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tion Ground Supreme It's the Switzerland of Amer-' ica. Its hills are as green as emerald. Its skies as blue as the sea. Think of ranching, riding and climbing all within hailing distance of the greatest mountains on earth. Think of the rousing good appetite leaping to enjoy food fit for a king. All of this glorious rebuilding of body and mind are yours at the cost of a few weeks and a small sum of money. Union Pacific Standard Road of the West has given the people 'who go to Colorado a new idea of travel. It has led them to demand meals superlative in every respect. It has trains furnished forth in every lux ury to be found on wheels. Union Pacific ravel pella comfort, utter relaxation and rest. Round trip to Denver and Colorado SpK. t '. 4 '. t Good to return until October 31. Frontier Days celebration, Cheyenne, July 26 to 29. Summer tourist fares and local excursion fares from Denver. For additional information, booklets, etc. apply to . W. K. CUND1FF, A. G. P. A. 01 Walnut St., Kansas City, Mo. KC12 Western Kansas World H. S. GIVLER. Pub. issued every Saturday ani? entered into the pietofflceat Wi-Keeney. Kansas, as second class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Per year m advance SI 00 ESTABLISHED MARCH 2. 1879. Saturday. July 8, 1916 OUR TICKET For President, CHARLES E. HUGHES of New York For "Vice-President, CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS of Indiana For Governor, ARTHUR CAPPER of Topeka For Congressman. Sixth District, OTIS L. BENTON of Oberlin -4 NT Editors Charged Wrongfully Max Anderson complains that every Republican editor in the district is against him, and that he can't get them to accept his advertising. Well, Max, you can't expect the editors to love you when you go around telling the people that they, the editors, are a set of grafters and that Otis L. Benton is buying each one of them a new press or paying off the mortgage on the plant. We rather expected the Democrat editors to make such charges, that is a part of their busi ness, but we expect you to do better. Don't you know, Max, that when you are making such charges it isn't tuning Benton one bit, but it is stir i -n" WM WM ring up the ire of the poor editor who is wondering how he is going to raise the money to make his next payment on his press Wilson World. Billy Gives Good Advise "Billy" Morgan thus sums it up: If a little advice will not be taken amiss, let me suggest to the Progres sives that they get right into the Republican party, help nominate its candidates and shape its policies in Kansas. The majority rules and the. only way to be effective is to take part. Republicans and Progressives know that they need each other in the coming campaign and there is no use in acting offish. Everybody is invited who .believes in Republican principles of preparedness for peace and for war, national prosperity and individual advancement, patriot ism and progress. There need be no talk of what we were doing to each other in 1912. The question is what are we doing together in 1916 Kan sas City Journal. POLITICAL MUSE Albert Stroud has his good lyre tuned up again and with the Muse feeling in good form, he sings as fol lows on the "theme" of Charles E. Hughes: "Our eyes have seen the working of a band of sturdy men; they up and pickel the easy winner from a bunch of eight or ten. There'll be whiskers in the White House when the spring time comes again as we go marching on. (Chorus furnished on application.) Four years the Grand Old Party had a ticklish job to face but when the starter gave the word, old Jumbo set the pace. The Bull Moose raji close second until Teddy threw the race and the noisy stuff was off. (Chorus) There i apt to be some changes up to Washington ere long. . We are going to can the fellows with the watchful, waiting song and we'll trade the grin and glasses for a crop of whiskers strong when November comes again. (Chorus) Then forward, fellow vot ers let united be the word, tliough we rally round the standard of a bi furated bear, our ranks are not divid ed so we ain't a bit afeard, and we have the dope to win." Kansas City Journal. Divisions of the Army Squad 7 men; officer, corporal. Company 100 men; officer, captain. Batalion 400 men or more; officer, major. - . Regiment1286 men and officers; officer, colonel. Brigade 2500 men and officers or more: officer, brigadier general. Division 5000 men and officers or more; officer, major general. Corps 10,000 men and officers or more. Soldiers are of three kinds: Infantry Foot soldiers, equipped with small arms. Cavalry Mounted soldiers (on horses). Artillery Guns borne on wheeled carriages or mounted on fortifications with men to use same. Wa-Keeney boys are in Company M of First Regiment Kansas Volun teers now a part of XJ. S. Army. A harvest band named Bruos fell under the cars at Wilson Tuesday resulting in the loss of a leg and a broken arm. Peat Bogs. The peat bogs of Ireland have been bo persistently emphasized in all eco nomic discussions of the Irish people, as well as in the literature of the country, that the average individual has come to think of this island as having a virtual bog monopoly, but as a matter of fact, there are 18 times as many square miles of such land in the United States and Canada as there are in Ireland, while continental En rope's bogs aggregate an area as ex tensive as that of the French republic Not all bogs prod ace fuel peat, however. A Negotiable Instrument. . . "What you studying there? "Law." "Dry, ain't it?" "Not when you like it. Just now I "Not when you like it- Just now I am learning all about negotiable in struments." . . "I dunno much about law," said his roommate, "but I do know you are offered mighty little when you try to sell a mandolin." Appreciated His Luck. My four-year-old cousin, while play ing in the yard, called to his mother for an apple. It landed in his face, instead of in his outstretched hands, into which my aunt intended dropping it- He rubbed his face for a moment, then looked up and said, "Gee, mam ma, but I'm a lucky kid I didn't ask you for a bag of apples." Exchange. Genius Goes Unfed. "Do you see that seedy-looking man over there with the preoccupied air?" "Oh, yes." "Well, he is a statistician. He can tell you how many toothpicks, laid end to end, it would take to reach from New York to San Francisco." "Marvelous!" "Yes; but he can't tell you where his next meal is coming from." Birmingham Age-Herald. Preparedness. Prepare yourselves for the great world, as the athletes used to do Sot their exercises; oil your mind and your manners, to give them the necessary suppleness and flexibility; strength alone will not do, as young people are too apt to think. Chesterfield. All-Prevailing Truth. The truth has great power when it is free; the true endures; the false is ever changing and decays. Thus it is that the true always rises to: the surface, and in the end prevails. Renan. Excellent Advice. Seek high friendship, and when good fortune brings you into acquaint ance with men and women who axe above you in true station in life, wiser ly make the "most of your oppor tunity. Exchange. . , Hastening the Time for Peace. "Little boy, little boy, you shouldn't fight that way." "Hold off your peace talk, lady. One more punch on the nose' and 1 11 have this kid ready to listen to you." Putting Him Wise. Heiny "Do you want to get next to something there's a lot of money in?" Omar ".'Sure." Heiny "Well, ' go downtown and lean up against a bank." The Way With Habits. Joshem "It's impossible to over come a bad habit." Eauvnn -wiv is it?" Joshem "Because if you take away the first three letters the whole of "it remains." To Remove Tar. Tar may be removed from the Tnanrin by rubbing- with the outside of fresh "ngu or lemon peel and drying im mediately. The volatile oils dissolve tar so that it can be rubbed off. Uncle Eben. "Sometimes," said "Uncle Eben, "you'll see a reformer so useful dat if he kin save somebody else f'um de struction, he's willin to take a chance on his own prospects." Time Signaled by Wireless. When a survey was insula nf i wilds of Bolivia an longitude was fig ured by the aid of tim si enfllfl tort by wireless from a station 120 miles from the base of operations. Common Failing. "You can't denend nn Ho frianQ:ii of do man dat loves flattery," said uncie joen. -so long as he gits do flattery he don't care who bands it to Im." Famous Sons of Large Families. Sir Walter Scott vm n ,rnh son. John Weslev was one r -nino. teen children. Alfred Tennyson was ine uura of seven sons. To Remove Mud Stains. ATI traces of mud can muiiv k, moved from black clothes by rubbing mo spots with a raw potato cut in halves. Supply Depends on Canada. The asbestos of the world tm mrtn. plied chiefly by Canada. Smbscripta Offer World and Topeka Capital, 1 year- . $5.00 World and Topeka Capital, 6 months $2.50 World and Topeka Capital, 6 months, without Sunday $3.00 Special from now until December 1 World and Daily and Sunday- ..- $2.25 World, Farmers Mail and Breeze, Household and Capper's Weekly Four papers, 1 year $2.00 Premium :Whip, shears, map, glasses, pocket book. Fours papers, 3 years $3.00 Premium Pocket book, sewing set, map. Four papers 3 years $3.25 Premium Flag, knife, kreedle case, gloves, crocodile wrench. Four papers 5 years .$4.50 Premium Barometer, calendar and spoons. Old subscribers can get premiums just the same as new ones. Wa-Keeney, Official statement ot the financial condition of the Wa-Keeney State bank at Wa-Keeney. state of Kansas, at the close of business on the 30th day of June. 1916. Resources Loans and discounts .'-SS13.320 24 Loans on Real estate 29.895 00 Overdrafts unsecured 115 23 Expense account Other bonds and -warrants Cash itemsandclearing-bouseitems 81 93 Cash and sight exchange, legal re serve --- -- 104,812 49 Revenue stamps -- 4 00 Total - - 8348,228 89 Liabilities Capital stock paid in.... J .85,000 00 Surplustund jkj.uuu w Undivided proms. 15.800 42 Interest 77 Excnange Less current expenses in terest and taxes paid is.bui i Individual deposits, subject to check 164.179 19 Certificates of deposit, due in less than 30 days 7,583 35 Banks' and bankers' depos its 42.417 16 Other deposits requiring notice of less than M days 282.427 70 Total... $348,228 89 State of Kansas. County of Trego, ss I, Chase Wilson, cashier 'of said bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true; that said bank has no liabilities, and is not indorser on any note or obligation other than shown on the- al-ove statement, to the best of my knowledge and belief. So help me God. Chase Wilson. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day of July. 1916. Attest: C. H. Benson. ISealJ Couniy Clerk. .T. W. Marquand K. C. Wilson A. i. Hinshaw E. D. Neff Directors. The First Steam Engines. The first known use of steam to drive a kind of steam engine was de scribed by Hero of Alexandria, prob ably in the first or second century B. C. But the first real steam engines were those used at the end of the sev enteenth and in the early eighteenth centuries for pumping water out of mines. Newcomer's engine was used in English mines about 1711. Fearlessness a Virtue. From one cause or another we shrink from the responsiblity of avowing our deepest convictions. Part ly it is from th fear of ostentation and ' singularity, partlv from self-distrust and. sincere humility, partly from more unworthy motives. But from whatever cause it may be, by so doing we wrong our friends. B. F. Westcott. Get the Turnstile Habit. Let the duty in hand have the right of way. If one is rushed and worried and flurried, it is a sign that one has not learned the soothing effect of the turnstile method. There may be one thousand people coming, but the gateman takes care of Just one at a time. . For that instant the other 999 are nothing to him. Point of View. They were standing on a busy cor ner of the great city. "What a hard time men have running around try ing to make a little money," remarked the pessimist. ."Tea," rejoined the optimist, ""but look what a good, time women have running around trying to spend it." Address All Orders To World Office His Gratitude. A collector of subscriptions for the-brass-band fund once came across a farmer who was noted for his mean ness. To his surprise the ' farmer at once consented to subscribe fully as large a sum as any he had yet re ceived. "Mr. Hardfist," h said, al dressing the farmer, "you are surely very fond of music, to give so much?" "Oh, yes," said the farmer; "they're grand for scaring the crows from ma 'taties when they're practicing an' I'm grateful." London Tit-Bits. , Beats "Whispering Gallery." Apropos of the secret session in the British parliament, the extensive ventilation chamber which passes be neath the house of commons was re cently mentioned as a place where a large number of persons can comfor tably hear every word spoken in the chamber above. The tunnel was once crowded to its fullest capacity, and that was . on the historic occasion of Mr. Gladstone's speech when the first home-rule bill was introduced. For Grease Spots. Balls made of fuller's earth and vinegar are good to keep on hand for removing grease spots from clothing and household material. Make a stiff paste of the fuller's earth and vinegar. Roll it into balls, and dry them. "When a spot is to be removed dampen it and grate one of the balls over it Leave this until it is dry, brush off the powder, and wash the mark with tepid water. "Nests' of Fish. Two nests of the African lung fish described by Sir F. J. Jackson, wer in a patch of coarse grass and were of circular form, about three feet across and 18 inches deep. A singular outer ' ring, five inches wide and an inch above water-level, seemed to have been built up with mud brought up in the fishes' mouths, and beaten down with their fiat, slim tails. Mrs. B. Scores Twice. Mrs. Blunderby (to caller) "While passing your house yesterday I saw the hospital avalanche drive up and stop only a few doors away. Caller The avalanche? (Recovers herself.) Oh, yes; a poor man very 111. - Mrs. Blunderby Dear me! . Noth ing contiguous, I hope. Worth While Quotation. "The mark of the man of the world is absence of pretension. He does not make a speech, he takes a. low busi ness tone, avoids all brag, promises not at all, performs much. He calls his employment by its lowliest names, and so takes from evil tongues their sharpest weapon." Selected. Phoebe's Only Chance. Cats at a cat show are not scored on their rat catching records; there fore it would be of no use to enter Phoebe. Shell have to be shown In a steel and wire trap exhibition-- Toledo Dally Blade. Kansas Official statement of the financial condition of the Collyer State bank at Collyer. state of Kansas, at close of business on the 30th day of June, 1916. Resources Loans and discounts $ 93,497 05, Loans on real estate. -' Overdrafts unsecured 130 86- Expense account Other real estate owned 5.800 OO Bank building 1.000 00- Furniture and fixtures Other bonds and warrants 3,456 49- Cash items and clearing-house items . 16 47 Revenue Stamps Cash and sight exchange, legal re serve 43,590 68- " ' Total ....... i. .$ 147,491 55- Liabilities Capital stock paid in t 10,000 00- Surplus fund 7,000 00- Rent... Undivided profits.. 2,504 38 Interest Exchange.... Less current expenses 2.504 38- Individual Deposits sub ject to check 83.081 12 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 44,906 OS- Rent on safely deposit boxes.. Total... $147,491 55- State of Kansas. County of Trego, ss. I. Cbas E. Downie. cashier of said bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true: that said bank has no liabilities, and is not indorser on any note or obligation, other than shown on the above statement, to the best of my knowledge and belief. So help me Cod. Cbas E. Downie. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 6th day of July, 1916. Attest: Kamilla Thiel. Seal Notary Public. Commission expires on the 22nd day of Octo ber, 1919. Cbas. E. Downie R. J. Tague James Walsh E. W. O'Toole R. C. Wilson Directors. (First published in the Western Kansas World. July is. 1916) Sheriffs Sale In the District Court of the 23rd Judicial district, sitting in and for the County of Trego, in the state of Kansas. The Farmers State Bank (a corporation Plaintiff. Charles K. McNulty. Myrtle McNulty. his wife. J. D Meisenbeimer and Fannie Meis enheimer. his wife. William Austin. Ed ward Ford North. Robert Edward Bate man. M. E. Mitchell, whose first name is unknown, and Mrs. M. E. Mitchell, and Mortgage Debenture Company, limited. Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me out of the district court, in the above enti tled action. I will on Tuesday, the 14th day of August A. D. 1916. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the west front door of the court bouse in the city of Wa-Keeney. in the county of Trego, in the state ot" Kansas, offer for public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, tor cash in hand, all the follow ing described real estate, towit: All of section three 3). township fifteen (15) south, range twenty-five (23). west of 6th P. M ; lying and situate in the county of Trego, and state of Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants, and is di rected by said order of sale to be sold with out appraisement, to satisfy said order of sale. E. W. ALLMA'N. Sheriff. Trego County, Kansas. I. T. PTTRCELL. Attorney for Plaintiff. Neatly Turn erf. JSH attorney, angered because of aw adverse ruling by the judge, left the courtroom remarking to another law yer that "the judge was an ass and shouldn't be on the bench." Before toe case ended the judge heard of the remark and called the attorney before him. "I hear," ho said, "that you I called me an ass and said I ought not I to be on the bench." "Sure," replied the quick-witted attorney. "Anybody with your profound knowledge of law is an ass to be on the bench. Tout ought to be practicing before the bar. where your talents could be cashed. Into big money."