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z t Aunto9 S(Siai(D)(n)I. SlETKU. ' Present Conditions Pemairudl Trained Hen No Other Field Offers Such Unlimited Opportunity ' The registered man awaiting his call should enroll and prepare as repair expert for auto or aero "motor, or for ambulance or truck driver. The boy on the'farm should take the course in order to care for-and repair the machinery and tractors of the farm. Every untrained maq ambitious to earn, a good salary and enter a trade leading up to unlimited heights will find here an opportunity. Do not worry about your previous training. If you are in earnest and willing to don overalls and GET IN we will assume the responsibility of your future success - ; , ; Thorough instruction given in Automobile Engineering, including all types of Gasoline Motors, Self Starters, Electric Lighting Systems, Home Electric Lighting, Vulcanizing, Tractor Engineering: and Aeroplane Expert Instructors: Jesse O. Spray, Exide Battery Specialist. Paul F. Haase,. Mechanical Expert. Able Assistants. Equipment of Government Standard V , r Positions awaiting you: Auto Mechanic, Chauffeur, Motor Truck, Salesman, Trouble Man, Garage Superintendent, Man- sssssw""s ager, Garage Owner, Tractor Engineer or Demonstrator, Aeroplane Mechanic . " Free IT- M C. A. Membership Our new and' modern building, for this Trade behoof is4 locaied" teifbin a rMnii4ie of the Postoffice, the City Library and the Churches. Two minutes will take yon to the fine Y. M. A. Building." The Kansas University of Commerce pays for your membership to this association. . This membership would cost you S6.00. You will enjoy a delightful plunge in the pool, the quiet reading rooms or a clean game with the boys after a day's delving in the heart of a throbbing motor We assist all and efficient. Be AUTO, TRACTOR AND AERO KAMS AS UMIEf SIT Y O F Formerly the Kansas Wesleyan Business SALINA, KANSAS I. T. PURCELL'S CANDIDACY I. T. Purcell, of Wa-Keeney, fam iliarly known in by gone days as "Our Ike", announces in this week's Republican-Gazette his candidacy for the of fice of Judge of the 23rd Judical dis trict. Mr. Purcell came to Western Kansas about the time the Indian and the buffalo ceased to roam over- these prairies and at about the time Gove County was organized, which is more than 30 years ago. He came to us from Hoosierdom, a graduate of the Indiana State Normal School at Terre Haute. About the first thing he did after locating at Grainfield, this county, was to stick out his shingle as an attorney-at-law and soon after he served his (then Gove) county in the legislature. Later he held the office of county attorney ' two terms. He was delegated by the Sixth Con gressional District to .several national Republican conventions and, helped to nominate. Wro.- McKinley.for the pres idency, iit . 1836. andl Qen Hughes in 191$a He was appointed - Register-- oi-i the U, S Land. Office atWa-Keeny J bjr. President' MeKbilcy;- and' re-ap pointed-' by. President . Roosevelt. In all his dealings, so far as we are ac quainted with them, he has been hon est, upright and straightforward.' He Kill, BUU a AAK U V CkA U. J . V. took an helpmate and "settled down" at Wa-Keeney in about 1905, and the next thing he was elected county at torney of Trego county. If we mis take not he has served the city of Wa Keeney as its mayor. By these pres ents it will be seen that Mr. Pucrell is well thought of,, and being a man of mature age in the practice of law, his decisions will be well-weighed and just. Mr. Purcell's friends, who are many, will rally to his support. Gove County Gazette. I. T. Purceirthis week presents his 'name to the people. He is. a candidate for the nomination for Judge of -the 23rd district before the Republi- ,ans at the August primary. There ' probably is no better known man in the district than L T. Purcell. He has lived in the district for years and has ; always taken a keen -interest in the ! doings of the court. and is lawyer of i no mean ability. . He will appreciate any support you can give -him. Ellis 'Headlight. . o L T. Purcell makes his announce ment in this week's papers of his can- needy students to work toy which to defray living expenses, one of the men who are making America. Write for catalog. didacy for District Judge for this dis trict and we predict he will make a strong race. Isaac, as he is best known here hiws lived in Gove and Trego counties for a number" of years, and has a great many friends who will be pleased to know that he is aspiring to an office for which he is so welL fitted. He is not a young upstart of an atturney wishing to 'gam notoriety or get some free advertising, but is a well tried attorney of mature years and. those few gray hairs on his crown indicate that he is a deep thinker and has been through the ups and downs of a western Kansas Pioneer. Isaac has been county Attor ney of Gove and Trego counties and we predict that if he is elected Judge of this district, he will give satisfac- ton and in any case which may come before him. A vote for I. T. Purcell is a vote for the right man. Grainfield Cap Sheaf. SOUTH TREGO , Siili-thwt,-- drr-and-'wrndy.-Haxvest -is on -in foil blasts Emtl-lawBon is stacking wheat -forj Harm Schneider -this week. i j ilis3 Alma Markheim called Mrs. .'as. Eemsch Monday. Several of our boys left for Camp . , , , . . . . m TTnetnn fact- VDat n -mm 4-1... -.-.. " . " ' T Sunday afternoon with Mrs. -JaS. Benisch. Miss Louise McKinley assisted her aunt, .Mrs. Pete Schneider with the harvest work. Mr. and Mrs. Christ - Rohn and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mellar spent Sunday with Mr. and Mo A. F. Mai. - - - . Miss " Tillie Blehem, of Russell, is assisting her sister, Mrs. Jno. Wiede man jr., in cooking for the harves ters this week. Mrs. Jesse Edwards is making here lm ith her Parenta Mr and Mrs. f""1' L Der nusDanQ was cu' to Camp Funston. - W. L. (Iron jaw) Brown, one of Kan- sas' foremost Democrats, holds out this encouragement to his party: "Thompson's attitude reminds me of a good old Methodist sister who always took her troubles to the Methodist class meeting for advice. One day she announced that she had been praying for a husband and a little later on she was spliced to man by the name of OF i Lane. About three months afterwards she again attended the class meeting and laid her troubles before them in the following language: 'Brothers and sisters, I told you sometime since that I had prayed the Lord for a hus band. ' My prayer was answered and he sent me Lane. I have been praying to the devil ever since to take him away. And -that is about the situ aion with the Democratic party in re gard to Thompson. They prayed for a Democratic senator and their prayer was answered and ever since he wrote his famous pedigree a majority of the Democrats have been praying for the devil to take him away. Don't get discouraged, brethern, your prayer will be answered in November." --Osborne Farmer. Miss Margaret Swiggett has an nounced for Register of Deeds on the independent ticket. She needs' no lengthy-introduction, to World readers as she-is one of - the best known-Indies in. the- county i as she- is at-home -when .it cotnes to getting? votes-and getting acq rain ted. is one of -the perquisites a candidate must-have to get-there. As to her tnralifications. for-the office it .is conceeded - by aU 'that she wiH'b'e an obliging and careful official if elected. Steve Beason was down from Coll yer Friday and Monday attending to business . matters and visiting home folks. Howard Wilson and ' Jake . Deines, two of the boys that were sent to Camp Funston in the last draft quota, returned home the first of the week, Wilson was turned down because of poor eyes and Deines bad teeth. The U. S. Department of Agricul ture urges hunters not to shoot pig eons in air, for they may be homing pigeons being trained in many sec tions by the Signal Corps of the Unit ed States Army to carry messages across uatueneias. f armers and oth er breeders who allow their bird3- a few hours of liberty each day are also liable to loss from shooting. MARKET REPORT Kansas City Stock Yards, July 2. 1918. The morning estimate of 10,000 cattle proved to be 1000 too high,! market steady to weak on steers, ton $17.75, strong to higher on butcher grades. Hogs overran the estimate' of 12,000 head by one thous THE - 'U(fl i Main Building Corner Santa Fe and and, market 5 to 10 lower at the start, but fully steady with yesterday at the finish, top $16.65. Sheep and lambs sold 25 higher, top $18.15, receipts 7,000. Beef Cattle . Beef steer offerings were made up mainly of wintered grass steers from Kansas, which sold up to $17.40, and corn and grass steers from Missouri, best of which sold at $17.75. Strictly prime steers would- go up to $18.25 or a little better. Dressed beef steers sell at $13.50 to $17. Oklahoma sent a large supply of grass cattle of all grades this week, ranging from good 1122 lb steers at $14.75 down to little I "ydlow backs" around $8. Oregon sent 20 cars for yesterday's market, thin fleshed steers at $12 and $12.50, and California has a train here" today, in which are included cows up to $12. Best native cows sell up to $13.50, veals higher today, tops $15. Rains and cooler weather have stim- Stockera and Feeders ulated the demand for stockers and feeders, and " at the same time cut down the supply, prices 35 to 50 high er than early last week. Stock steers sell at $7.50 to $12.50, and a good dr mand for feeders put the top up to $16 for fleshy steers, good Kansas 900 to 1050 lb feeders selling at $11.50 to $14.00. Hogs Opening prices were lower on the strength of a decline of 10 to 15 cents in Chicago, where there was also a lower market yesterday. Most of the hog3 sold around 5 cents lower, but Armeur proved to be too much of a bear, and in order to keep from being completely shut out had to pay steady prices on the late market for his sup ply today. Thus a slicht thine1 swsvi the market upward, showing consid- eraoie latent strength. Best heavy and medium weight hoes sold at $16 65. lights up to $16.55, stock pigs at $16 to 516.50. Sheep and Lambs jsative spring lambs sold up to $18.15, . 40 cents above the best yes terday, in spite of threats of packers to put lambs down 15 cents a pound, ! made recently. Plain Arizona spring! Iambs sold at $17.50, Arizona ewes $11.00. A good many goats have ar rived this week, prices 25 lower to day, heavy Angora killers around $8, brushers $8.25. y ' J. A. Richart, -r ' . Market Correspondent. Join the ranks of the trained Special rates , now. C OM FIERCE College (First published in the WestenvKan sas World, July 4, 1918.) PUBLICATION NOTICE In the District Court of Trego County , Kansas Mary, Denning Plaintiff ' vs. Joseph Stegman, et al., Defendants The State of Kansas to Joseph Steg man, Katie Roberts, Theodore Steg man a minor and - Albert Stegman a minor, Greeting: -You and each of you will take notice that you have been sued in the Dis trict Court of Trego County, Kansas, by Mary Denning, as Plaintiff and that you must 'answer said petition filed herein on or before the 16th day of August, 1918, or said petition will be taken as true and a judgment ren dered' against you and each of you partitioning all of the following des cribed real estate situated in Trego County,- Kansas, to-wit: The east half of section twenty' four (24) in Township Twelve (12) range twenty' 1 cne (21), the west half of section thirtyfbtrr (34) in -townshi fl3K range (2i) and the northwest quarter rang- (2i and the northwest quartef! -v,: 1 " " wnuouijf 1UUI ICKII 1 a j . A. . - . (14) raflC-e tWTlf-W nni 51 Doit onJ dividing the same between all of the heirs of Apolonia Stegman, deceased, according to their respective interests therein and that if said lands cannot be equitably partitioned and divided between the plaintiff and fJi defendants to this action, that the ! 1 . . . ... ' vraerea soia ana tne proceeds of said sale distributed and divided according to the interests of the said defendants and this plaintiff and that a commission be appointed and such proceedings had as provided by Stat ute in such case and for anrh nthsr equitable and proper relief as to the y, . oourt may seem proper. A. L. MOFFAT. Attorney for Plaintiff. Sliest: - W. J. Williams, (Seal:) .. Clerk of District Court. DR. M. J. BROWN OF SALINA Should yon or your chfM nmxl mag ical or surgical treatment of the eye, ear, nose and throat, or require glass es, or orinsial work, make a date with Dr. M. Jay Brown, (Campbell build ing) Salins, Kansas, or see him at the Penny at his ' next regular visit to Wa-Keeney. - Watch for date. Adv. Subscribe far : t2 Varid fL50 TOOL Walnut (First published in the Western Kan sas World, July 4, 1918) PUBLICATION NOTICE In the District Court of Trego County,. Kansas Jacob Schoenthaler, Plaintiff' vs. Jacob Hoffer, Edward E. Homes,. Trustee, or the unknown successors in trust of Edward E. Homes; the Kansas City Investment Company, a corporation, or if dissolved, the unknown successors, trustees and assigns of such dissolved corpor ation, Defendants NOTICE To the above named defendants, Ed ward E. Thomas, Trustee, or the- unknown successors in trust of -Edward E. Holmes; the Kansas City Investment Company, a cor poration, or if dissolved, the un . known successors, trustees arid as - signs of such dissolved corporation. You and each of you are hereby notified that you' have been sued in the District Court of Trego County,. ' ., "". alnii, Jacob Schoenthaler. and that unless vnn Kansas, Dy trie plaintiff. Jarnh. , answer the netitmn'en fti&A ...vi ogauiab. you on or before the 17th day of August, 1918, judgment will be ren dered in said 'action as prayed for-r quieting the title of the Southeast Quarter (SE 1-4) of Section twenty two (22) Township twelve (12) range twenty-one (21), in Trego County, Kansas, in, the said plaintiff, Jacob -Schoenthaler, and setting aside, can celling and holding for naught one certain mortgage and note secured thereby for Fifty Dollars ($50.00) filed of record on the 15th day of March, 1887, executed by Enos Blick to the Kansas City Invest,, pany; and setting aside, cancelling and holding for naught one certain mortgage and note secured thereby for Five Hundred Dollars $(500.00) filed of record on the 15th day of March, 1887, executed by Enos Blick to Edward E. "Homes, Trustee, on said land above described. E- A. REA, Attorney for Plaintiff, W. 3. Williams (Seal.) Clerk of District Court. Dr. Akin, of Hoisington, Kans., visiting at the Cass ranch in Con. township. The doctor is Mrs. Cass father.