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Western Kansas World
H. S. GIVLER. Pnto.
issued every Saturday an! entered into the
oostofllce at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, as secocd
class matter.
.TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
'cr year in advance -- .
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ESTABUSHfD MARCH 2. 1879.
Saturday. Sep. 11, 1915
John Goble was a Hays visitor Sun
day. Many fine borne grown peaches ttaisi
year. .
The fall weather has been ideal
during the past few days.
Col. Eppler was up from Ellis on
Thursday -and took in the fair.
A. L. Marshall was up from Banner
Thursday and made us -a pleasant
call.-
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Bundy enter
tained G. I. Verbeck -at dinner last
Wednesday. "
Lou Gleason and Chas. Hille made
a, business trip to Bdroomd the first
of the week. .-,
Miss Irene Oloud eaves Friday
evening for Ellsworth, where she
will teach school.
VVm. Richmond of the Hays Monu
ment Company, spent Thursday in
town, and of course took in the fair.
Lost One red yearling steer with
horns, circle O brand on left hip.
Chas. E. Nelson, Brownell, K-ans.,
Box 62 Adv.
Mrs. Day Cypher returned home
last Friday evening from a month's
visit with - relatives at Salioa, (Quen-
emo and Wichita.
Harry Reichart has opeaed up a
blacksmith and auto repair shop in
the Gus Ellermeyer cement building
south of Walter Swiggett'seoal yard.
Sam Swisgett left last Friday -evening
for Washington, D. C, -after a
.pleasant visit of ten days -with his
mother, Mrs. E. Swiggett and friends.
Sr. A. A. Allen, the Topeka den
tist, will be in Wa-Keeoey, Septemr
ber 16-17-18, to do ah kinds of dental
work; also to fit glasses -scientifically.
Adv 28 It.
W. S. Courtney and wife -will leave
shortly for Florida on an extended
visit. He has rented his farm to
John Erickson and will hold. a public
sale in the near future. -Watch for
date, etc j
Ground is being broken Just west
of the 1. T. Purcell residence for a
new bungalow which will -shortjy-be
erected.' We understand that Mr.
Blanch and family will -occupy it
when completed.
-A. W. Purinton was up from Ban
ner, Wednesday, and made us a short
visit. He informed us that his son,
Leo, has about one hundred bushels
of apples left in his orchard alter
sellingsixty bushels.
Rev. J. W. Johnston cf Topeka,
was in the city Thursday looking af
,ter his land isterests southwest of
towD, and took in the fair. He in
formed us that Us brother, Henry T.
.Johnston, is foreman of the Metropol
itan Auto parage in Kansas City, Mo.
Last Sunday being the birthday of
Mrs. Anna Evans a number of her
friends prepared some nice things to
eat anri went in as a surprise to her
and ser ved a sumptious little supper.
All had a pleasant lime and hoped
she may live to pass many a mile
stone on life's journey.
Thos. O'Tccle was up from the
Hackberry last Monday supplyingour
merchants with apples. He says the
trees are breaking down with the
fruit, and he will have in the neigli
borhood of five hundred bushels of
just as good apples as they raise in
Missouri cr Eastern Kansas.
Itus-sell contributed a delegation of
ten to the crowd at the fair Thurs
day. The party included W. E.
Smith, president and manager of the
Russell fair, Louis Banker and son,
Dean, F. J. Vol., Dr. F. S. Hawes,
Dr. J. E. Tibbetts, Henry Mai, jr.,
J. W. Morphy, G. F. Dawson and
Hagan Phlegar. Mr Smith says
that indications point to the largest
number of entries and the best all
around fair Russell bas ever held. He
. extends an invitation to all Trego
county to attend.
Mrs. Wm. Bower and sister, Miss
Nellie" Teague, of Ottawa, Kans., ar
rived in Grainfield Monday night, and
Mrs. Ida Pierson of Wa-Keeney, ar
rived Monday morning, all being inti
mate f riends of Miss Lizzie - and Ed
ward L. Kike, at whose house they
were guests. Various distinguished
ladies called during -the dav to be
presented. In the evening Thomas
Pratt called in his car and took them
out to his home, where a very enjoy
able evening was spent. The com
pany, returned to the Fike home
Tuesday, and in the evening took the
east bound train declaring their visit
to have been a most enjoyable one
GralBiield Cap Sfceaf.
! "I Don't Feel Good"
That is wht a lot of people tell us.
Usually their bowels only need cleansing.
'will do the trick arid make you fee! fine.
We know this positively. Take one
tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cento. '
W. W. Gibson. ,
Attorney I. T. Purcell was indis
posed this week.
- ' ,' , -
Get your photo made while at the
big Fair Adv. 27
The Free State Fair will be held at
Topeka next week.
John Goble built a neat garage for
County Clerk Benson this week.
If you need a Real Estate loan see
The Wa-Keeney State Bank Adv 2
For Sale Some work horses and
set of farm harness. J. T. W. Cloud.
Adv 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hillman re
turned frtm their visit to Colorado
the first of the week.
I am again engaged in making hair
switches from combing. Ida Loyd,
Wa-Keeney, Kans Adv 28 2t.
Cbas. Rboades left Sunday evening
for Topeka, where be will visit .rela
tives and take in the State Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gunckel of Ellis.
spent Thursday with Mrs. Gunckel's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. W. Cloud.
Grand Millinery Opening at the
Trego Merc. Co., Friday and Satur
day, September 17th and 18th. Adv.
Don Campbell was -called o Smith
Center Tuesday afternoon -by a tele
gram announcing the death of his
mother.
Chas. Keff arrived from Missouri,
Thursday morning and will visit his
brother,, E. Neff of Blue Ribbon. He
is -accompanied by his nephew.
- Preaching services at the M-etho-
dist -church Sunday morning and
evening, -September 12, and at Ogal
lah in the afternoon. " Rev. Wood
ward -will deliver tbeermons.
i.st Tsurveyors note oook on
cocnty line road in Willcox or River
side township. Finder will please
notify H. J. Harlan -or send same
to him. and be wiH pay charges Adv
-Grant . Goble -was here Monday
wisiting bis mother He " has been
working, in Teaas -at the carpenter
trade. He makes -his home at Hays
where he has -plenty -of work at his
trade.
Miss Minnie , McClaurey arrived
-Saturday mornagfrom -Kansas City.
he has charge -of the -millinery de
fPartment of the Trego "Merc Co.
This is Miss McClaureys seventh sea
son here. .
The Hoxie Fair-and baseball tour
nament will be -held -September 16,
17, 18. There will be plenty of enter
tainment all the time such as flying
machine -and aerial bombardment and
good baseball .games. Everybody ie
invited.
X31eo. Smee ami Andrew Groft came
in from Washington, Kans., Monday
nt ht. Smee and Groft are . two
coming ball players and some day
they will play league ball if they both
stay on the diamond.
Geo. V. York arrived from the Pa
cific coast just in time to take in the
Trege county fair. Geo. says there is
plenty to see on the coast, but our
fair surpasses all fairs when it comes
to having a good time among old
friends.
R. H. Burns and family arrived in
the city the first of the week and
visited friends for several days. Ow
ing to the fact that there was not a
vacant hooe in town to rent he
moved his family to Plainville. Rube
will make his headquarters here.
Miss Edith Banekamp, a popular
young lady. of Norton, arrived in the
city Sunday morning. Miss Bune
kamp will teach district 53 this win
ter. We know ler to be an efficient
teacher as she . lias taught in this
county two terms, and we are glad to
see ber back again.
John Lemke and Henry Kirkeck
returned Sunday morning from Cali
fornia, where thev attended the San
Diego and San Francisco fairs. They
report a big country -and a way-up
time. We notice that the California
girls did not "catch" these two rich
bachelors, and they report Kansas
widows good enough for them.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. A. Rhoden and
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Rhoden have had
as guests in their homes for the pjist
week, Mrs. R. H. Rhoden and daugh
ter, Miss Beulah Richard Harold
Rhoden of Lincoln, Nebr. Miss Rho
den, who is studying medicine, is a
senior in the University of Nebraska,
and with her mother is returning
from a three months trip which in
cluded stops at all of the principal
coast cities from Victoria, B. C,
south . into Old Mexico. At. San
Francisco and San Diego they stopped
to visit the two Expositions. Mrs
Rhoden and her daughter returned to
Lincoln on-Monday, where Miss Rho
den will resume' her work in the Uni
versity. - ... , ,
Pore Home Made Lard . at Baker's
Correct A bstracts W. H. Swiggett ad
Money to loan. See E. D. Wheeler ad
Read the Trego Merc. Co.'s ad in
this issne. - - .
The photo studio will, be open all
fair week. Adv 27.
For Sale 12x16- auto shed, nearly
new. J. G. Hixson. Adv.'25. , ,
The Trego Merc. Co. announces
their Grand Millinery opening in this
issue.
C. M. Hutchison is enjoying a visit
from his brother of Kansas City, this
week.
For Sale Young pigs Good breed.
Call on Chas Spitsnaugle at once
adv 27.
Mrs. E. L. Wallace was up from
Ellis Thursday visiting friends and
attended the fair. -";
Mr. and Mrs. Art Cock re 11 of Ellis,
spent Thursday, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Northup
Ed Brown built a big garage for
John Spena this week. - It will house
two Fords and a Buick.
John Ashcraft was over from Hill
City last Tuesday morning and
boarded 104 lor the east.
J. B. Poffenberger, the tonsonal
artist, was laid up several days the
middle of the week with lumbago.
Allen, the Topeka dentist, will be
in Wa-Keeney, September 16, 17, 18.
He will also fit glasses on the above
dates Adv 28
Mr. and Mrs. Len Ashcraft and
little daughter of Atchison, visited
with Mrs. Ida Pierson this week and
took in the fair.
Aaron Treger, the expert jeweler,
made several business trips .o Oolr-
yer the first of the week tot look af
ter bis wheat interests.
Walter Wilson will he in Wa-Kee
ney, . Saturday, September 18, 115
with 50 bead of work horses and
mares.. Read his ad on first page.
Geo. I. Verbeck arrived in the city
Sunday night from Long Beach, Call
He is looking " after business inter
ests, visiting relatives and renewing
old acquaintances. He says the oid
town looks good to him.
Mrs, V- M. Reppert and the little
babe returned home -Saturday night
from Independence. Thelittletciteof
a child bas increased in weight until it
tips the -scales of 5 1-4 pounds. She
appears to be -quite well, however,
and is arrowing -slowly, but surely.
Russell Record.
Mrs. Chas. -Steinberger held
tupils Tecital at the -studio last Sat
urday at which "the following pupils
took part: Mabelle Billings, Myrtle
Schwanbeck, ' Grace - Schwanbeck
Blanche Smith, Fern Braddy, Lila
Braddy, Clemford Kulp, Rose Spena,
lone Kraus, Gladys Williams, Elsie
Zeman and Ruth Schwanbeck. '
EimUEN DEATH
J. S. Gamon of Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
was in our city the fore ipart of the
wetk demonstrating machinery, and
on Tuescav went out to the home of
Sam Campbell, who bought one of
the new improved cultivators and
was showing him how-to use it.
In the evecing he complained of
feeling ill and was brought to town.
Dr. Jenes was "called and adminis
tered some medicine and treatment,
and Mr. Gamon retired to his room
up-stairs in the Jack Wood's hotel.
ADout midnight Jack heard him
moving about and went up and of
ferred assistance but the sick man
said he required nothing so Mr.
Wood retired. Presumably at about
three o'clock Mr. Gamon arose and
went to the back cf the yard and his
body was found lying on the ground
where he had fallen. Chas. Steele
and Guy DeBoer were the first to
discover him. Coroner Ufford and
Undertaker Straw were at once sum
moned. Mr. Straw said he evidently
had not been dead long. Witnesses
were called to view the body and the
man's personal belongings. ( Later in
the day a jury - was summoned and
Drs. Jones and" Herrick held an
autopsy which revealed that be had
died of heart trouble. Several hun
dred dollars, a watch and some pa
pers were found untouched on .his
person, which does away with any
idea of foul play.
The firm in Marshalltown, Iowa, by
whom he was employed, weFe noti
fied at once and the body was oidered
to be sent to Kansas City. We have
not learned whether he leaves a wife
or family. Mr. Gamon seemed to be a
pleasant gentleman and those associ
ated with him for tne past several
days speak in the best of terms of
him. On Wednesday evening the
body was sent to Kansas City.
CAST
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For Infants and Crljrr;
In Use For Over STilfvar!
Always beau -Signature
of OJj-&UZ. x
11 A STANDARD FJ
"For over forty years it
has been used as A TONIC
AND STOMACH REM
EDY. Peruna aids the ap
petite and gives new life to
digestion.
.Leo Myerly returned Monday even
ing from a three weeks' visit to Colo
rado. Miss Lillian Chalk of Hays, spent
the' week with her mother and at
tended the fair.
John Walsh cf Collyer was in the
city last Wednesday on his way borne
from Kansas City.
: Mrs. James Finch and children of
Towner, Colo., . visited with Mrs.
Aaron Treger, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Whitton of
Hill ' City, were the guests of Mrs.
G. T. Gallaway, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. I, Clevenger of Selden,
Kans., were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Reddig this week. - r
Miss Blanche Gorrell ' left Wednes
day evening for Milltonvale, for a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Osborne
Kirby. ' '.
Fred D. Shaw, foreman of this of
fice, returned Wednesday evening
from a three weeks' outing in Colora
do. He reports a big trip and a fine
time. .-
J. A. Hoover and family, who
resided on the Lars Hanson farm
southeast of town, departed the first
of the week for Missouri, where they
wifl'make their new home.
V. V. Blevins of south of Ogallah
sold eight head of horses last Satur
day on the vacant lots north of the
World ofBce. . Two teams were extra
good animals and b ought fair prices.
but the other horses sold cheap. .
Johnny Herbert this 'week closed a
deal with Kepple Disney whereby
Kepple becomes the owner of the
east half of 11-13-21. This land lies
just north of the Wilson place and is
on the creek bottom and will give
Kepple a mighty nice home. One
season of the farming down in the
J-eastern part of the state was' . enough
for Mr. Disney and his friends here
will be glad to welcome him back
The consideration was $60 per acre
Ellis Headlight.
??.,! ' NOTICE, " . '
All persons indebted to me for
binding twine, machinery, etc., will
please call and settle at once.
: ' F. H. BUKNHAM
V
CATTLE
If you are in need of a few gooa
high grade Springers, Cows, and
Heifers or if you have anything in
the cattle line to offer see me or
phone 160.
W. E. BALDWIN:,
Adv. 27 2t. Wa-Keeney, Kans,
NOTICE
" Bids will "be received at ti.e office
of the county clerk on Monday, Octo
ber 4th, 1915, for the erection of a
bridge across the Smoky river at
what is known as the Griffin crossing,
the county will furnish all material
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the county clerk's office.
The beard reserves the right to re
ject any aud all bids by order of the
beard of ccim3' commissioners.
C. 11. Benson,
County Clerk.
Hogs Wanted !
Monday
Sept. 13, 1915
Higbest Market. Price Paid
FARMERS' UNION
CONFIDENCE
You must haveitin your home .
jeweler because unless you
are . an expert jeweler, you
do not know the quality of
the goods you are paving for.
Hence the Diamonds, Watch,
Jewelry, Lsbor that I sell is
guaranteed quality only,
which is to our mutual bene
fit, rnc creater confidence.
Watch Repairing Specialty
A. S. TREGEIR
Wa-Keeney, Kanaaa
Will Ee in . WaKecney, Oct. 4th.
Should you or your child need
medical or surgical treatment of the
eve, ear, rie or throat, or require
glasess, make a date with Dr. . M.
Jay Brown, (Watson building,) Sa
il na., Kans , or see him at the Axueri
ean House, Monday. Septeeiber tn.
1915c -Adv
V5. -Are th:b
"VXqow Too
; Give your faithful animals some new harness.
Our store is the place to buy it, because we
make the price low and sell lots of harness. This
keeps, a fresh supply coming in often and the leather
does not have time to rot in our store.
SHORT
STROKE
THE
COPPER VALVE
THE WA-KEENEY
THE
EASY
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KANSAS STATE FAIR
ASSOCIATION
4 SAM'L E. LUX, President and Manager
TOPEKA, SEPT., 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
FH CT CT The Gates WU1 Stand Open. Everybody ET P jg jg
Ka. Is Welcome To The First Big Free Fair
PREMIUMS PAID BY THE STATE AND COUNTY
Thrilling Auto Races
Daring Monoplane Flights '
40O Entries in Horse Races
The Kansas Derby
Exciting Palo Gaaws Betweea O. S.
Army sad Janctie City Teaata
Beautiful Horse Show, fancy
' hitches, saddlers, f cmr-in-bands
fram finest srirate stables that
compete m all big cities ,
pone
Exhibits that are on their way to the Panama Exposition at Frisco
$45, OOP IN PREMIUMS, PURSES OB PRIZES
First published in the Western Kansas
World Autrust 14. lf15
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. TJ. S. Tand Office
Topeka, Kans.. August 10th, 1915.
Notice is hereby triven that Otto Hiliman,
of Otrallah, Kansas, who on Aue-ust 11th.
1909. made homestead entry, serial No 0267K
for north half of the southwest Quarter of
section 22. township 11 south, ranife 22 west.
6th P. M-, has tiled notice of intention to
make five year proof, to establish claim to
the iand above described, before A. S. Pea
cock. Probate Judge, at Wa-Keeney. Kan
sas, on the 18th day of September, 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Hejgry Schoeder, of ('Kalian. Kansas: Will
iam Claycamp. of Osrallah, Kansas: Freder
ick Knoop. of Ogallah. Kansas; Charles Hill
man, of Wa-Keeney, Kansas.
A. P. TONE WILSON, JR.
Register.
First published id the Western Kansas
world. Autrust 14, 1915.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. TJ. S. Land '
Omce at Topeka. Kansas. August loth. 1915.
Notice is hereby given that Henry Scboed
er. of Ogallah. Kansas, who. on August 11th.
1909. made Homestead Entry. No. 026M0. for
northwest quarter, section 22. township II
south, range 22 west, 6th Principal Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make Ave
year proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before A. S Peacock. Pro
bate Jndge. at Wa-Keer-ey. Kansas, on the
lMth day of September. 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry D. Hillman. of Otrallah. Kansas
Frederics: Knoop, of Ogallah. Kansas:
Charles Hillman. of Wa-Keeney. Kansas:
Wiiliam Claycamp. of Ogallah. Kansas.
A. P. TONE WILSON. JR.,
Register. "
(First Published in Western Kansas World
August 2t-Ln. 1915
Administrator's Notice
State of Kansas. "Trego county. In the pro-
oaie court ueia in and lor sain county
and state.
Notice ijj. hereby ifiven that letters of art-
ministration upon the estate of A. P. Teeters
laps of Trego county. Kansas, deceased, have
been granted to the undersigned. J. F. Burke,
by the probate court of said county of Trego,
beating date the 21st day of August. 1915,
All persons having claims against said es
tate are required to exhibit them to me for
allowance, within one year after the date of
said letters, or they may be precluded from
any benefit of such estate: 2nd if such claims
be not exhibited within two years from the
time of the publication of this uol ie tney
will e forever .barred.
Dated this 21st day of August. A. D.-14H5.-a.
F. isoKSLB. Aom imstraior .
EsUttcof A. P. Teeters, sleceased.
reasonable rates. S. iefct. jul r.
1bopjiB Tm
I 1
Specials ,
Two -weeks washing don5 "
before school, can you
equal it? 3 Reasons why:.
. 1 Washes by air pressure.
2 Suction. 3 Rotation.
Just like three washers
working at once.
We keep a full .line of
thresher supplies; drive
belts carried in stock; also
belting of all sizes; the Well
known -vLukenheiner valyes.
of all sizes; tank pumps;
suction and discbarge hose
No. 1 header fork $1.00
HARDWARE CO.
Mammoth livestock and agri
cultural exhibits
15 acres devoted to saachinery
Big display in umi a's sectisa
Cooking school dfiaonstratioas
Military Band Concerts
Special Features Daily
24 permanent buildings
Special service on all railroads
Don't Miss the First Big Free Fair
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C A STOR 1 A
iJon't forget that you can get the
best and latest sryles of wall paper of
all kinds at H. W. Finch's Ad? 13.
Baths
Plenty of hot and cold water.
Ab-
solutely sanitary. Try one.
. C. Ii. Stbel,
East Side JSarber Shop.
L. A. BARNES
Auctioneer ,
Live stock, Real Estate and gener
al farm sales a specialty. Satisfac
tion guaranteed. Phone 1061, Wa
Keeney, Kansas.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lucas
County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo , County and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLL
ARS for each and every case of Cat
arrh that cannot be cured by th
use of Hall's Catarrah Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this th day of Dec
ember, A. D. 16.
(Seal) A, W. GLEASON.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is-, taken in
ternally and acts directly upon the
blood and -mucous suxice of the
systems. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
SoUi "by all DruggjUvt. 15c.
Take Hall's 1 aoiilj Pills lor OonstK '
Ration.

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