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Prints All Official County News WA-KEENEY, KANS.,-SEPTEMBER 11. 1915 37th Year 1 SUMBE3E 28 3'-AC 1915-Fall and Winter-191S j- ;... . ? -in 4 - 'viST : Grand Ul With untiring efforts to con stantly maintain the highest standards of excellence in our Millinery Department accord ingly, this season as never before we have set a record for splendid values, correct styles with distinctive and ad vanced ideas in Hats trimmed and Hats untrimmed. Friday Sc Saturday Sept. 17 and 18 We extend a cordial invitation to our customers throughout the county t us a visit. Street Hats aed Taius now on TREGO-MERCANTILE 0 TEACHERS COLUMN 6,. School Parade, August 28. TBACHBSS OF TKEOO CftUNTY 1913-16 H igti-School J. H. "Niesley of Wa-Keeney, mathe matics and normal training. Zippa L. Bunn, Lawrence, English and normal training. Fern Weaver, Wakefield, domestic sciences and botany. , Margaret .- Woodhouse, Sharon Springs, Latin and German. Fern Comer Emporia, science and History. Charles W. Oliver, Burlingaaie, manual training and agriculture. ' L)ist 1, Wa-Keeney, Graded schools. J. A. Winchester, Hays, principal, manual training and 9th grade. Mrs. Minnie O'Nell, Wa-Keeney, 6 and 7 grade. - Elizabeth Raardon, Tonsanoxie, 4 and 5. Hattie Beougher, Grinnell, 2 and 3. Eva Lu . Philbrook, Wa-Keeney, primary and 1st grade. :'DiSt. 2, Oollyer. Eay E. Marcy, Ransom, principal, lstCy-ear High school and7tb and 8th rajdes. - . -.; r liaa Nell. Wa-Keeney, 4, 5 and 6. - Emma Hooper, (Jollyer, 1, 2 and 3. - Iiist 3, Ogaliah. 'i J jpe Kellogg,; Ogallah, principal 5,-4-?, "! 8. ' Miss Frost, Ellis, 1, 2, 3, and 4. Rural Schools ers 9 Where Bo You Keep Your . If your borne should barn down where would you look to tind your Deeds, Insurance and other valuable pa pers? In the ashes, or elsewhere? We have some new Safety Deposit Boxes installed and half of thecn were rented before we could tell you about them. They are kept in our biyr Vault and yours is the only key that will open your box. This is a good place to keep your valuables and you can feel easy 'about them. Do not wait until they are all rented but come in and. get yours at once. The Wa-Keeney State Bank 1 Wa-Keenesr, Kansas. S -TP Sgg NOTICE TO HIGH SHOOL STUDENTS Now is the time To . order your Fall School Suit This is the Place Come in and see our samples V -WE -RAKE OU CLOTHES LOOK' LIKE NEW" . Pierson's Suitatdrium i You hv bought th bulky stock food .n(J gf?D to your stock as medicio. Why not buy oou the med. icin and furnish yoor own food? Tbe raedicin will be much more certain. In fact, B. A. Tliomas Stock Remedy is so certain to giye the right results that we sell it on. tbe . money back., It it doesn't straighten up your horse jF cow or sheep, gi ve ypur .money back plan WaKeeney Hardware Co. and R A ainuels, Ogaliab, Kans.vAKeots. rady. for Tbe Truth Cem Oat Mother Do you go to church the sermon or the singing? Pretty Daughter For the hi ins, of course Ex. . Bonded Abstracter Insurance Farm Loans WaK-eeney, Kansas (Register of Deeds of, Trego County Eight -Consecutive Years) For Sale Coming three-year old thoroughbred Galloway bull. Gerd Struss, Route 3, Wa-Keeney, Kans. Ad28 2t. C- R. Masters, a Bifl.l tractor demon strator, had his jaw broken Monday, when the guiding apparatus flew back and hit hitn. His injury was attended to at once and at last re ports he' was tolerably comfortable. The accident occurred while he was showing off his machine near Bloom ington Osborne Farmer. Miss Florence Beatty, who spent the past month at tbe home of her brother, Cliff Beatty, east of town, leaves today for Salt Lake City, Utah, where she takes up her school work next Monday Osborne Farmer. Two new counterfeits have ap peared, so look out or you may be a victim of the cheat. One is a five doilar bank -note on the "First Na tional bank of Omaha, 111.," and the other is a counterfeit of a two-dollar silver certificate. AUCTION OF 50 Horses and Wares 50 ; At 'Wa-Keeney, Kansas, Saturday, September 1 8 These are all good horses. All broke and good work ers. Several good single drivers and saddlers. Wt 1000 to 1300. N We Sell Tlexm TERMS A credit of 60 days wilt- be given on approved security at 8 per cent. 2 per cent discount lor cash. All property must be settled for before being moved from premises. All stock cared for at pur chasers risk. , W. WILSON, Owner - JIM FELTS Auct. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ridgwav of Hutchinson spent - Tuesday with friends in Ellis. Sam has been trans ferred by the Case company to Salt take City and left that evening for that"Tlace" Mrs. Ridgway . will join bim later. Ellis Headlight. Live, learn, dieand f orgit all?" Dist. 4, Ridgway, Lyda Joseph. Ellis. Dist 4, Bosna, Jessie Beason. Dist , Walker, Bessie Larrabee. Dist 7, Banner. Merle Hitt, Banner - Dist 8, Pioneer, Graee Pershing, Ogallah. . - . Dist 9, Saline Valiey, Floy Christy, Wa-Keeney. Dist. 10, Trego Center, Charlotte Taylor, Wa-Keeney. Dist 11, Glencoe. North Glencoe, Maggie Hitt, Ellis. South Giencoe, Lura Icely, Ellis. Dist 12, Rinker, Susie Acre, Wa- Keeney. Dist 13, Silver Lake, Agnes Poffen- berggr. Dist 14, Diamond, Geo. L. Kirby, Ogallah. Dist. 15, Lawson, no school. Dist 16, West Fairview, Anita B. Rice, Wa-Keeney. Dist. 17, Betty Beason, Wa-Keeney .Dist 18, Adair, Jane Schimko- witsch, Ellis. . Dist 49, Valley, Lucj Boice, Wa- Keeney. i. . . Dist. 20, Cyrus, (Trego-Ness joint) Mary E. Hargrove Ransom. w Dist 21, Ford, Lulu MilhoUand!0-- gallah. ,. v .-;-. - Dist 22, Old Bosna, Grace Hancock, Oollyer. . ; . - Dist 23, Speha; OUie-lS"eff," vva-Kee- ney. Dist 24, Morrell, Myrtle VanScyoc. Oollyer. Dist 25, East Fairview,' Lillian Cross, Ellis. Dist 26, Mt. Pleasant, Harry Hazen, Ransom. Dist 27, Pleasant Hill, Mary Davis, Utica. Dist 28, Excelsior, Pauline Mayer, Wa-Keeney. Dist 29, Wilcox, Steve Beason, j Ransom"! j Dist 30, Lone Star, no report. Dist 31, Union, Hattie DeBoer, Palco. Dist 32, Prairie Knoll, Otis E. Doane, Ogallah. Dist 33, Gibson, Elrie Evel, Utica. Dist 34, Sunny Slope, no school. Dist 35, . Pleasant Ridge, Ethel Hinsbaw, Ogallah. Dist 36, Columbia, Bessie Rogers. Dist 37, Mlinek, Erma Shriner, Collyer. , Dist 38, Hackberry, Bernice Boice, Banner. Dist 39, Riverside, Elizabeth Wkit ton; Ellis. Dist 40, Cochran, Ida Rogers, Ransom. . Dist 41, Victory, Ed Riggs, Banner. Dist 42, Blossom, Margaret Horton, Ellis. Dist 43, Bethel, Agnes Stowe, Ran som. Dist 44, Downer, Verna Marcy, Ransom. Dist 45, High Point, no school. Dist 46, Voda-Roosevelt, Rosie Ze man, Collyer. ' v- Dist 47,.Trego Ellis joint. Miss Wil son, Ellis. Dist 43, Blue Ribbon, Effle. E. Marts, Wa-Keeney. . Dist 49, Marquand, Leon a Oster kamp, Ogallah. . Dist 50, Atha, Mary Lamle, Ran som. " , - Dist 51, Montrose, Delta Keyser, Wa-Keeney. . Dist 52, Beniscn, Alminnie Folkers, Wa-Keeney. " Dist 53, Pleasant Valley, Edith REAL ESTATE LOANS Wanted at THE ARNOLD STATE BANK At Arnold Quick Service Buhnerkamp, Wa-Keeney. Dist 54, Sunflower, Ola E. Novis, Ogallah. Dist 55, Whittier, Anna Razak, Callyer. . Of the 67 teachers employed in tbe county 16 have been re-elected; 24 are beginners graduated last spring from. High school and 27 are teachers from one to three years of experience teaching their first term in their re spective positions. T ? " : For sale Two 12-hoe disc drills used one season at s bargain. Blue ifront Implement. House. Adv 23 . Ninety Years Old Aofiut SOtit On that day a reception was given in honor of Mrs. Chas. Sperry at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. G Larson ot Collyer. Friends and neighbors gathered each with some kind of remembrance. ' The floral of ferings were exceedingly beautiful. , Mr. and Mrs. Sperry were among the first settlers of Collyer. Mr. Sperry was an old soldier and Mrs. Sperry was an active member of the Woman's Relief corps in its palmiest days. Failure of Mr. Sperry's health decided them to return to their old home in Connecticut where he died a few years after. Mrs. Sperry remain ed there until her eyesight began to fail when she returned to Collyer to make her home with her only daugh ter, Mrs. Larson, where for the last twelve years she has sat in total dark ness, but not always in idleness for she does much very neat hand sew in 1?. Her very retentive memory makes her a very interesting conver sationalist, and as she sac receiving her many friends she made a really beautiful picture. In the evening the Collyer band closed the memorable day with a ser enade. That there may be many returns of the day is the sincere hope of her many, friends. N. D, Card of Thanks I wish to thank my many friends who called at the home of. my daugh ter, Mrs. L. Larson of Collyer, Au gust 30, to congratulate me on my 90th birthday, and for the beautiful flowers and other gifts; also the band who delighted me with music i tbe evemnar. M its. LuoVSfskwt. Tregs County School Efosrda Certificates of attendance for the August county meeting have bee mailed to the following jaenahers: John Clark, . . D. V; Plants. W. K. Walker. -E. W. HaAffe , ..HrJ-JIOViSrf ' "-V' J. M. Rinker W. A. Crusou Ira Holmstrom ' Herman Rahberg J. W. Pugh V. Malinovsky. J. E. Wurst D. E. Cypher S. E. Campbell Mrs. Elsie Stephens Mrs. Jeanne Britt J. A. Mumert Chas. Spena A. W. Mall - E. F. Oliver Geo. Morrell T. W. Johnson Wm Nelson W. H. Schneider John OTsen L. W. Van Horn J. L. Arnold. Walter Hillman C. J. Lofstead. John E. Wood Emil Olson J. F. Barclay Walter Musgrave E. G. Pugh R. J. Tague Mrs. J. G. Marcy Richard Orens Mrs. Lizzie Krbut J. H.. Marshall J. H." Spena Ernest Jesse Geo. Hafliger Wm. Lessor H. Heitman Frank Bongarta Hugh EUiot , . Others who were in attendaacW but had not. opportunity to enroll kindly call at the, office at earliest convenience. , - Carrie Stradal, County Superintendent.' GOVERNOR CAPPER WILL BE HERE Governor Capper has accepted the invitation of Wa-Keeney Masonic Indira to deliver the address at tbs laying of tbe corner stone of the Ma- . sonic building on Tuosday, Septem ber 21, 1915. Everybody's invited t attend tbe ceremonies. Come, see and bear the governor, as. be would like to meet every resident of. Trego,, county. A Short Story A man named moon got married. Moon changes. .The stork came. New moon- Highly pleased be spends money for liquor. Last quarter. He . went home drunk. Full moon. Mother-in-law meets him with the railing; pin. Total eclipse Sniped. .