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What is the chief reason for the superi ority of Royal Baking Fc-vder ? There are several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Royal from other baking' powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. " There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO New York Waterman's Ideal pens at Treger's For Sale 1914 Ford Touring car in good condition. Ralph Pierson. Adv 31. Mrs. Mary Hunt attended the Ben Mapes funeral at Ogallah last Wed nesday. The board of county commissioners will meet in regular session next Monday. Mrs. O. O. Runyon of south Gra ham county was in- Hays this week on a visit. Mrs. Chas. Yowell and children went to Hays, Wednesday, and took in the fair. R. T. Bean, the photographer made t flying business trip to Kansas City last Monday. Mesdames Benson, W. N. Larabee and Williams attended the fair at Hays, Thursday. The Good Will society will meet with Mrs. H. J. Hille next Wednes day!' "Bring thimbles.' ' ' J. C, Cortright installed a new Hoffman steam press in his suita torium last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schwanbeck spent the past week in Kansas City on a business and pleasure trip. Herman Renken, formerly of Trego county, but now of Berlin, Neb., was here a couple of days this week. Miss Miller, head bookkeeper of the Farmer's Union, went over to Collyer on official business Thursday. We have some dandy "no hunting" signs. Come in and get one; they are free. Pierson's Tailor shop Adv 31 A. S. Treger, the expert jeweler, returned the first of the week from a trade trip to Chicago and Kansas City. Cashier C. T. ' Wilson of the Wa Keeney State Bank left last Monday evening for the Banker's Convention at Kansas City and will visit at other points on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts and son Zebra-of Topeka, in their auto mobile have been visiting relatives and friends over western Kansas the past three week. They visited a son at Colby and the Cutler's at Ellis and Plainville. The Collyer base ball team closed the season and won the Union Pacific championship for western Kansas last Sunday by defeating Wa-Keeney by a score of 5 to 4. Batteries Coll yer, Krhut and Heckman; Wa-Keeney, McDonald and Keraus. W. H. Wiggington, one of Quin ter's most prominent citizens, died in a hospital at Kansas City last Sun day. He had lived in Gove county for a long lime and had many friends - in this part of the country who will be grieved to learn of his death. His body was shipped to Virginia, his former home, for burial, Mrs. Judge J. W. Steele of Colby quietly surprised her son, Charles, here last Monday by dropping in for a few days visit. Charles batching quarters were soon made presenta ble and the two are iiaving a very pleasant visit together. , Mrs. Steele' and the family are visiting her sister, Mrs. Witte at Bennington, Nebr. Last week the World was so rushed with a multitude of duties that we were forced to write up the fair in a hurry and in so doing forgot to men tion the Wa-Keeney band for which we were very sorry for the band was an important factor and added much to the enjoyment of the many people who attended the fair. The boys do exceedingly well and their instructor, C. Steinberger, is to be congratulated on the excellent work that they are doing. Wa-Keeney is proud, of her band and the music which they f ur--nished at the fair was greatly en oyed by every one and received many favorable comments. For Sale Span of good driving mules. Floyd Burnham. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Schnase and son attended the fair at Hays Wed nesday. Mrs. Fullington and children left last Monday for their home at Na varre, Kan. Johnnie Hixson shipped a car of wheat to Junction City the front end of the week. There will be a dance at Big Creek hall, Saturday evening, October 7th. Everybody invited. Peter Hendrickson was on the Kan sas City market one day last week with a car of steers. Frank Philips of Admire, Kan., revisited old scenes in Trego county the first of the week. Gaylord Stanton was on the Kan sas City market the latter part of last week with a car of cattle. Wm. Bragg came in from "Valley Falls the first of the week and will move back to Trego if he can rent a farm. Rev. and Mrs. Olliver and two children of Ottawa, Kan., were in the city Tuesday looking over their land interests. Mrs. C. R. Hille left Monday morn ing for Kansas City to visit her hus band who is taking treatment at tne University hospital. J. W." Moje and family, of south Graham, left last. Monday for Kansas City. .- Mrs. Moye and children will visit in Sulphur Springs, Arkansas, before returning home. F. D. Hastings a J rived Friday morning from Excelsior Springs, Mo., where he has been taking treatment for rheumatism. We are pleased to note he looks much improved in health. Geo. V. York left , on the jitney Tuesday for Salina, from there he will go to his home at Miami, Flori da. As George has sold his interests here his trips to and fro will be few and far between. J. n. Hockman and wife, J. T. W. Cloud and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wonner and Frank Wonner, Mes dames Benson, W. N. Larabee, John son, J. C. Cortright, and Morgan Wollner were visitors at the Hays fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bryant and Mrs. E. F. Bryant started Monday in their car for an extended western trip which will take them to the Pacific coast and will last for several months. They were equipped for camping and will travel leisurely over the route. These young people have worked hard and were successful in securing a portion of Trego county's big crop and well deserve this vacation. When about to buy an article such as a range that plays an important part in the daily routine of the home, it pays to examine it carefully and be sure you are getting the best range value. A range expert from the factory will, during the week com mencing October 2. show you how the MAJESTIC is built, why It lasts so long and why it is the best value. J. J. KERAUS adv. .. We are sorry to record the deatn of Catherine Pickering, the fifteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pickering who came here from Ten nessee'a few years ago and made their home In Trego County near Wa Keeney. It was a shock to friends to hear of the young girl's death as her sickness was not of long duration her death being caused by acute ap pendicitis. She had many warm friends who will mourn her loss. On Wednesday afternoon the funeral was held at the Presbyterian church and conducted by the pastor. Rev. Allison. The parents have the sym pathy of the entire community in their great sorrow. Did you attend the circus (?) Attend the Russell fair next week. Miss Lura Icely spent Wednesday and Thursday at the fair at Hays. Read our new ads; also - the sale notices of E. G. Mensingand J. Green wault. . Mr.-and Mrs. Ed Dorman are the proud parents of a bran new daughter, born last Sunday. John Olson, one of the big stock men of the Smoky, drove home two car loads of steers Thursday. Wm Sbrenkler was up from Gor ham Friday. He is accompanied by his brother of Shreveport, 111. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Kraus were called to Hutchinson the latter part of last week on account of the illness of Mr. Kraus's parents. Peter DeBoer has purchased the house occupied by J. H. Heckman and Ciias. C. Baird has purchaesd the house occupied by Peter DeBoer. So it is Jake's move. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I. Verbeck are visiting at the home of Mrs. Ver beck 's brother, F. B. Walker. They are on their way to their home at Long Beach, Cal., having spent the. summer with Mr. Verbeck's relatives in New York state. We shall have a pleasant surprise for ail children who visit this store between 3 and 5 on Tuesdav after noon durinsr the MAJESTIC DEM ONSTRATION WEEK. All child ren are invited. Watch ouradvertise ments for further particulars. J.J. KERAUS, lt-adv. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Tawney on the W. A. Tawney ranch near Ogallah entertained for dinner Sunday In honor of the former's father of Princ ton, Kan., the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tawney, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and sons Harold and Clarence," Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tawney and children and the honor guest , Horatio Tawney and the host and hostes with their children. x On Monday, September 25th Ben jamin Mapes died at his horn; in Ogallah after manv years of invalid ism. He was amongthe old settlers of this county having came here in the pioneer days. He was a native of New Jersey having been born in that stare in 1843. He settled on a farm near Ogallah where he lived for a number of years but later made his home in Ogallah. Mr. Mapes was a man of excellent character and stand ing and had the respect and esteen of a large number of friends and neighbors. He was a kind and loving husband., and father and will be greatly missed by his family. . On Wednesday the funeral 'was held in Ogallah and was conducted by Rev. Allison of this city. Editorial Comment Bryan butts, Wilson tuts. Watchful waiting maketh woeful wanting. Candidate Hughes doesn't talk like a tut-tutter. - Hughes Is hammering and the Demo crats are yammering. The Wilson Administration stands for taxes, and more taxes. The Hughes trail will be cold by the time the Democrats strike It. As a party leader, would It be fair to refer to J. Ham Lewis as J. "Pork" Lewis? Bryan says Mr. Hughes' talks aren't Judicial. No. The people can under stand 'em perfectly. Can the folks oo. the Democratic band wagon continue to play by the President's notes? Hughes says the country can't be saved by letting it drift That's where he and W. Wilson differ. Washington reports that a new apol ogy has been sent to First Chief Car ranza. Looks like a habit. .Mr. Bryan is mistaken when he says Hughes is "vitriolic" The candidate Is merely applying the acid test. A messenger of President Wilson found out. that Colorado women were for the administration. No messenger, of course, can be blamed for making good. Political opponents are beginning to find that why Mr. Hughes kept silence so long wasn't because he had lost his "tongue. Another encouraging feature about our new navy is that when it is com pleted. Mr. Daniels will not be Secre tary of It. ' Having discovered that the Demo crats don't like what he la saying. Mr. Hughes doubtless Is convinced that he is on the right track. if cui3tic:j :zr.2 bvzr,? While Democrats Are Admittedly the Champion Question Fiends, It li Believed This Quiz I as Un answerable as Their Most Childlike Effort." If election day were past would President Wilson make so little of the principle of. arbitration In Industrial disputes? Would he be so sure that it Is more Important to preserve peace, when a great strike is threatened, than It Is to. make Judicial methods rather than force the means of settling dif ferences between capital and labor? If election day had come and gone would Mr. Wilson keep the national guardsmen of the country In camp on the ground that they may be needed to protect the United States against Mexico? Would there be months of inaction and Indecision Tn which no use Is made of a large body of citizen soldiers? Would they not be allowed to go home or else be set in motion to make Mexico as safe a neighbor as the Administration seems to think that it Is already? . ' ' If election day were past would the President drive through Congress a bill like the shipping bill which Is in tended to embark the federal govern ment upon a new venture In a hazard ous field and use $50,000,000 of the people's money to buy tonnage held above Its normal value or else so owned that it cannot be used without peril of international complications? Is sound public policy behind such a measure or only campaign politics? If election day were not to be con sidered would VVoodrow Wilson use so many high and mighty words In Inter national notes and do so little to make them mean anything practical? Would his deeds lag so far behind his phrases? Cleveland Leader. 'HE DIDN'T DO RIGHT" Independent Voters Turning This Con . viction Over and Over in Their Minds and It Will Cost Mr. Wilson Many a "Vote. A Democrat who never voted for a Republican candidate for President ex cept In 1372T when he was forced by the lack of a Democratic nominee to cast his ballot for Horace Greeley, says: "I expeet to vote for Woodrow Wilson, but I don't tike his course in the railroad dispute. He didn't do right." The .railroad controversy has Intro duced a moral issue Into the campaign. Mr. Wilson sacrificed principle to ex pediency, or what he judged to be expediency, when he tamely surren dered to the demands of the train service brotherhoods. - He put his own personal and party need before the public good. He angled for votes. He aimed a body blow at the tried and tested arbitration method of settling differences. "God help you ; I cannot," he Is said to have exclaimed to the railroad man agers, who do not poll as many votes as their employes. But he could have helped them If he had stood impartial ly between them and the utterly reck less train-service representatives who were bent on their rule-or-ruln programme. "He didn't do right." The consci ousness of that fact Is sinking deep into the American mind. "He didn't do right." That wide spread conviction will cost him thou sands of votes on election day. "He didn't do right." He preferred the weak, the timid, attitude of the born compromiser. The American people like courage. The like convictions. They like a man who has the courage of his con victions. They like a man who Is willing to risk consequences for the sake of a just cause. It was an unjust cause In which Woodrow Wilson enlisted when he ac cepted the brotherhood view that the chief item tn their demands could not be arbitrated. Providence Journal. FIVE THOUSAND A DAY. Enrollments in the Hughes National College League. The Hughes National College League, 511 Fifth avenue, New' York, Is receiving enrollments at ' the rate of five thousand a day. They are coming from all parts of the country, and the work of organizing branches In all states and most of the important cities has been started. A large per centage of the enrollments are from men who give their usual . political affiliations as Progressive, Democratic or .Independent. The league has : received the en dorsement of Governor Hughes, who wired : "If - there was ever a time when the educated men of the country who have Its welfare at heart should work for right principles and strong government it la . now." Chairman Willcox of the" Republican National Committee, ex-President Taft, and John .Hays Hammond have also praised the work enthusiastically, as much on the Bcore of the benefit to the men themselves as of the real work It will do to help elect Governor Hughes. The President must be credited with having put a sUck one over if he can get the votes and make the people pay the freight. ' ' Latin politeness la proverbial, bat aren't - these Mexican commissioners exceeding the limit when they .persist in likening Woodrow Wilson to Ven .nstlnno CarransaS . ' J - SCHMOLLER Qua! ity Pianos and Player Pianos Now offered and sold direct from ' Factory to Home. SchssEsr & Mueller Instruments are Mechanically Correct and contain a sweet mellow rich tone quality that lingers in the memory in vivid contrast to instrument ordinarily sold on the Special Sales Finn. ' Out 57 yeer of continued Mtem im thm pteoo besinees gives yoe the edVentsee of oer experience end or 2S year tfeereacec, becked by oar rntlf PrrH ' and Reeoureee oi over S1.U0D.0U0.0U. effort), roe sbeohtte protectee. Reeouraee . We deliver ear ieMieeu ell free to. yoar boaae and ensas teraa to aeit rone ooveaienee. 3 tn 5 rears to per. ' . Beautiful new designs in GRANDS, UPRIGHTS and PLAYERS. SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO. Largest Retailer of Pianos ia the World. F 213 1311-13 Farnam St - OMAHA, NEBR, Meil This Coupon To-day lor Catalog and Iofannatkm of our Free Trial Offer in your Home, NAME . . v . ADDRESS. Peoria Tractor Clyde Pof f enberger, Agent County Attorney Ilutzel took in the Hays fair last Thursday. Mrs. Dr. W. Y. Herrick took the plug for Russell, Thursday. Miss McQuillan spent over Sunday at her home in Kit. Carson, Colo. Found On the jitney pair of pliers. Call at this office Adv Lost Gold M. E. Sunday school pin. Please leave at this office. Adv. Swan Lofsted bought the Andy Wineberner residence property this week. rl For Sale Registered Angus 3-year-old bulT a dandy. Peter Park, Ban ker, Kan Adv 31 2t. If you've never bought, a suit from us, we are both losing money. Pier son's Tailor shop Adv 31 The Sabbath evening church ser vices will begin at 7:30 p. m. com mencing wittr Sabbath, October 1st, 1910. Rally Day will be observed at the Presbyterian Sabbath School, Octo ber 1st, at 10. a, m. A cordial invita tion is extended to all. Strayed 1 black mare with halteii 8 years old. Strayed from Johnson place in east part of town, 2 weeks ago. Notify this office. Adv. 31. Quarterly Communion will be ob served at the Presbyterian Church, Sabbath morning, October 1st, in connection with the morning services. On Wednesday the editor and wife attended the fair at Hays. .The peo ple of Ellis county can feel justly proud of their fair as their buildings are all large, fine new ones and their exhibits are as fine as any that are shown in the state any where. Mr. Joseph Bowman and Miss Let tie Kaufman, both of Graham county, were marriage at the office of the Probate judge 'in this city Tuesday evening. Mr. A. W. Kaufman and Misses Lena and Lola Kaufman were in attendance. The Big County Fair Russell, October 34-5-6 Sensational Lu PHIL. BILLiARD OP TOPEKA, with a 100 horse power military tractor biplane. Latest aerial machine used in modern warfare. Mr. Billard is one of the best known and one of the most skillful "birdmen" in American. Do not miss this great attraction. Harness races, running races, relay races, foot ball, base ball, large exhibit of fine stock of all kinds. Something to interest and entertain every one. Meet your old friends for a few days at the Pair. U MUELLER A NY ONE intending to purchase a Piano or Player Piano within the next year should not fail to take advantage of our . special proposition to first buyers in your community, for it means a round saving of at least $100 to you. . $685 Factory Union Pacific Time Table. MOUN TAIN TIME WEST BOUND 157 Local freight 8:10 a n 155 Through freight 10:20 p m 103 Passenger 8:26 p m- 169 Passenger . .1:12 p. m. 119 Passenger 2:30 a m EAST BOUND 104 Passenger 5:25 a m 170 Passenger 10:25 a. m, 102 passenger 10:20 p m 156 Local freight 2:35 p m. 154 Through freight 5:25 a mv Mountain time is one hour - slower than central time. Wa-Keeney is regular stop for all trains. Through freights do not stop except when, necessary to set out or pick up cars. Train 104 will not stop, except for passenger for points east of Salina. J. E. Fbitts, Agent. , Smoked meats at Bakers', adv Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cureel by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure catarrh al deafness, and that is by a chnstitu tional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the -Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or im perfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed, Deafness is the result. Unless the inflamaiton can be reduced and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forevever. Many cases of deafness are caused by cattarrh, which is an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure acts through the blood on the mucuous surfaces of the system. We will give. One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrht Cure. Circulars free. All Druggists, 75 cents. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Air F"liglvts caw.