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Wa-Keeney Tregonian from WaKeeney, Kansas • 1

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Coimty mm JL Official County and City Paper Vol. XIX. No 41. Wakeenep, Kansas, Thursday, August 20 1914 'GEO. A NEELEY KILLED WHILE THROWING REFUSED TO REDUCE GET BIG DRAFT STOCK A SPECIALTY Horses and Mules Will Be a Big Feature at Trego County Fair This Year Cattle and TO SPEAK AT FAIR Arrangements were comple PRICES A BELT BOND Not A Po'tol Advertisement Establishes Precedent In Amount of fatal Accident At Clyde Kiser looses life ted at noon today to have Cows Next Year.

In defence of John R. Connelly Bail Required in Cases of this kind Congressman Geo. A. Neeley Death was the result of an acci make an address during vthe Since the publication of the Trego County Fair premium list, Fair. Judge Ruppenthal declined to re it has frequently been asked why dent occunng at Ogallah last Friday.

Clyde Kiser, in the prime of life, attempted to threw the drive belt on a threshing machine with his shoulder and was hurled aganst Corner Stone Laid duce the amount of bail originally required in the O'Neil case. Justice so much money has been placed on horses, colts and mules and so allow us to say in reply to the political advertisement of the Hon. John B. Dykes, that there was never a time in the history of the Republican party that the farmer of this country was getting the prices he is now getting for his products. Look at this advertisement that Dr.

Dykes has in the World, he goes nn The cornerstone of the new court Acre fixed the sum at $50,000 which small an amount on cattle. The house at Sharon Springs was laid the defendant alleges is excessive. first answer would be that it was The ruling made by Judge Ruppen- with Masonic ceremonies last Fn-thal will hfi a nrficedfint in the dav. The 'Keeneyites who were so ordered by the stockholders at the annual meeting. Another an- the boiler of the engine, resulting in crushing his skull and he died at Ellis, where he was taken for treatment, Saturday evening.

Mr. Kiser wa3 well known in his neighborhood amount of bail reouired in a case Dresent were: C. R. Kirbv, H. r.

and quotes the amount cf tariff i swer would be that it is the inten Kline, VV. N. Larrabee, Stanely J. of this kind. Straw and A.

S. Peacock. Some of and theNsympathy of the neighbors tion of the association to make a special feature of horses and mules in the members or the party were He Told Me To and ia pvfendofl tn Viia familv 4 given a ride out to the state irri TLaf I I this year because so many of them The funeral was held at Ogallah, killed off were by the plague two Nation well, about nine miles from One public official has finaly Monday, Dr. Allison preaching very impressive sermon. the city.

They report this plant is been discovered, who had certain the of great value to the comunity and official duties to perform in O'Neil case; at least, from his i Clyde Monroe Kiser was born in own tnat mucn interest is ueing main years ago and by making the offers which have been made we are in co operation with the Stale Agricultural College and a representative from that institution will be here on the last day of the fair to score and judge the stock. Dairy Osborn Co. April 25, 1886 statement of the case, the Police fested by the farmers or the com Judge seems to think he is very unity in deep well irrigating plants. much to blame for a failure to oer- The well ha3 a capacity of 800 X' vT form his duty. In the statement gallons per minute, and is driven and died, August 16, 1914, being 28 years, 3 months and 21 days old.

In his infancy he moved with his parents to Thomas Co. where he resided until 1909, when he moved with his family to cows ana cattle win De made a which he has seen fit to publish by a large traction engine, the cost concerning himself the Police Judge of maintainance is the chief prob special feature next year. It is gratifying to the manage states that while the case was pend- lem but the officials are of the ing before him he regarded the opinion that it Days to operate one ment to note the unusual interest Ogallah, Kansas, where he lived until Jesus took him home. the people of the county are show defendant as a dangerous criminal of these' wells to every forty acres mginthe fair this year and the tie was united in marriage to who ought not to be allowed to run The new court house at Sharon at large, that he thought that O'Neil SDrinds is a beauty and will cost display of exhibits promises to far Grace Fern Davidson. March 4th exceed anything we have had in 1908.

To this union one child was the past. Begin now to get the born, Geneive Grace Kiser. Besides ought to be prosecuted for a vio- about $30,000.00. It is modern in lation of the criminal laws of the every respect and adds greatly to State, and that he that the beauty of the town. Judge O'Neil shonld be committed to jail.

RuDDenthal was the orator of the JohnR. Connelly. Congressman 6th Distriet. his wife and daughter he leaves his father and mother, one brother, things in line which you will want to exhibit. Notify the head of the department under which your ar John R.

Kiser, and a sister, Mary And yet with the power to act in day Kiser, of Colby, and a sister, Lucy these premises he failed to do what Wheat Same Price ticle will be listed. If you haven't a premium list, send a stamp to the of Osborn Kansas, and an un he knew ought to be done and his excuse is that someone told him to taken off under the present administration but he does not, and is not truthfull enough to quote the prices that the farmer is getting for these very articles. Why don't he A prominent gram man from told number of friends to mourn his sad death. He was a kind secretary and he will send you one Special Premiums Kansas City was a' caller at our do something else. "He said I husband and a lovind father and are office yesterday and states that Wa- "They told me to" etc.

his father tells us that when but a old excuses which are old enough to Keeney and Ellis is moving the only do this? Because they are getting better prices, that is the reason. A. b. I regcr, offers a one dollar small child he was very truthful, We defy any Republican candidate always telling the truth though he to bring up a single incident where the reduction of the tariff has in die yet never seem to wear out; wheat to speak of west of Salina. such excuses are in frequent use Some one has spread a false state-among little children and sometimes ment during the past week that among childish old men, but it is adjacent towns had been paying unusual to hear them from Courts, more than the buyers here.

We jured a farmer. We suggest that Mr. Dykes get especialy Police Courts. have made a thorough invest! up an ad.that says something. That And an attorney who will so badly gation of this and hnd that our and fifty cent watch fob for the oldest watch on display.

C. R. Steel offers a free shave to the man attending the fair, who has the longest whiskers. A. W.

Heyl offers the following to be paid in trade: $1.00 to the tallest man and $1.00 to the shortest man, over 21 years 'of age, attending the second day of the fair. $1.00 to the tallest woman and $1.00 to the shortest woman over 21 years of age, attending the fair on the second day. knew he would be punished. In his dealings with his fellowmen he was always honest and upright and always made a host of friends where ever he went. Jesus has seen fit to take him home, it is hard to give him up but it is the Heavenly Father's Will and Jesus has taught us to say "Thy Will Be Done." does not goon through a great lot mislead and deceive an old man grain men have been paying fully of stuff that is not to the point with the issue.

ought to be suppressed; no member as much as, and many cases more of the bar ought to have such an than other places. Yesterday our overpowering influence with the buyers were paying $.80 and other land For 30 acres good near wakeeney. Will courts that he can get them to do towns, excepting Ellis, were paying sell at a Inquire of adv. sacrafice if taken soon. what they know to be wrong.

The $.77. There has not been a single H. F. Kline. City Attorney realy ought to ex- instance when the market in any Revised Course of Study for both Rural and City Schools will be ready for distribution the first week plain to the public why he did such Western Kansas town has been a tiling.

I higher than it was here. in beptember. three bi-monthly examinations will be held during the year as follows: the same dates I Fresh Stock, of Rugs a for city and for rural schools. First, Thursday and Friday i Home Comforts For I i The Ladies 1 uctooer and 30, 1914. Second, Thursday and Friday.

Direct from the Mills. All new patterns, not an old one in the bunch. Come in and make your selec December 17 and 1,1914. Third, Thursday and Friday. tions early.

ebruary 18 and 19, 1915. The Common School Diploma ex One Minute Washer and New Process Oil Stove amination as provided by law of 1913 will be held Saturday April 3, and Saturday April 10, 1915. ff Don't let your Wife, Mother or Sister, break her back or rub the skin off her knuckles washing SI $jj with a tub and wash board but buy her one of our fff Carrie A. Stradal, Co.Supt. Alpine Axminster, by 12 $15.00 Saxoney Axminster, 9 by 12 22.00 Saxoney Axminster, 11-3 by 12 27.00 Tapestry Brussels 9 by 12 11.00 Neperhan Brussels 9 by 12 14.00 Velvet 83 by io-6 18.00 Dawson Investigates One Minute Washers.

Make home more com- 18 The State fortable for her with a New Process Oil Stove, ft of Kansas, through its attorney, They burn 32 per cent less oil than any other stove John S. Dawson, has decided that there is a grain trust in existance in Kansas. Attorney General Daw Witiditiifls, Pump Fixtures and Irrigating fif Plants, Chicken Fence and Supplies. son has appointed A. M.

Harvey, of Topeka, a lawyer of prominence and Ruga carried in stock in the following sizes 27 by 54, 6 by 9, 8-3 by 10-6, 11-3 by 12 and 9 by 12. ability, special Attorney General with full authority to "go after" the violators. I J. J. KERAUS ifWaKeeney, Kansas id S.

J. STRAW Mr. Harvey will make a state wide investigation of the matter with the view of relentless Dros- ecution of all offenders. 1.

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