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.State of Kansas. TrK Countr. -I the matter of the estate of Thomas R. Moore, late of Trejo County. Kansait. NOTICE OK APPOINTMENT. Notice Is hereby jrf ven that on the 25th da? f Tebruary A. I. lMl. the undersigned wa; t y the lrobafc Co irtof Trejro .Vunty. Kan -jis. duly appoint 1 and qualified as Execu trix of the estate of Thomas H. Moore, lax of Treffo County, d eceased : j -j All parties intere fted will take Dot ice a d govern themselves accordingly. Nettie . Moork 3 2 Executrix. Notice for Publication No. 12629. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, f February &k Wut. f Notice Is hereby Riven that the followlnR named settler has filed notice of his fnteii f ion to make final proof in support of his Halm, and that said proof will be made le fore the Resistor and Keceiver of thw IT. iS. and office at Wa-Keuney, Kansas, on April 12, 1001. viz: Christian G feller. Homestead Entry No. 234-r8 for the north east quarter of sotion 20, township 14 stmtb ran 25, west, of thHh P. M. iJe names the following witnesses to prov his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Johann C. Neuenschwander. f'arollm Neuensch wander, Patrick O'Tooie anc Thomas O'Toole: all of Banner, Kansas. I. T. PL' UUKLL. Krister. Notice for Publication. No. 12647. Land Office at Wa-Keeney. Kansas. I March 6. 1WJ1. f Notice is hereby pi von that the following named settler has filed notice of his inteu tion to make final proof In support of hi: claim, and that said proof will he made be fore the Register and-Keceiver of the V . 8 Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, ot April 0. 1U01. viz: Jacob D. Wolf, Homestead Entry No. 23976: for the south east quarter of section 14. township 1:3 soui.lt range itt. west of the 6th P. M. He names the following witnesses to prov his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: James H. Parson. David Wolf, Jane Pai sons. - Dan lei W. Wagner; all of Col Iyer Kansas. IT. PURCELL. Register. Contest Notice No. 14192. Department of t he Interior. Tr. S. Land I Office. Wa-Keeney. Kan., March 11. 1901. f A sufficient c ntest affidavit having been filed at this office by William H. Stott. con tetant. against homestead entry No. 24(i4. made July Jlst. iStftt. for tiie northeast quar ter of section 6. township 15 south, range 2 west, by Oeorge W. Kaiser, coulestee. ii Which It is alleged that tieorge w. Kaiser ha wholly abandoned said land; that he ha: changed his residence therefrom for mon than six months since making sai-l entry and next prior hereto; and that said land i not resided upon and cultivated by said par ty as required by law. and that said aband onment is not due to his engHgemont in th Army or Navy of the United States. Said parties are hereby notified to appear respond and offer evidence touching said al . legation at lOo'clock a. m.on April 27th, 1901 Itefore the Register and Receiver at th 1'nited- States Land Office in Wa-Keeney , Kansas. The sjid contestant having. In proper affi davit, filed March 11th. 1901. set forth fact which show that after due diligence persona! service of this notice cannot be made, it U hereby ordered and directed that such notici be Riven bv due and proper puhlieat ion. F. W. KINO Receiver. SEASON OF 1901. 1 ifcraK YOUNG QUIMPER. Young Qnimper will- be at EMermeyer: stable every Saturday after 1st of April fo season for those using him east of town. Hark Bay Perc heron Stud; weight ahou 1600 lbs. MON ARC HA Black Mammoth Jack; 3 years old; fifteen and two inches high. Will make the seafon at my ranch on tht Saline. 74 miles northwest of Wa-Keeney. HEROIN A Mammoth Kentucky hre Jack will make the season at EMermeyer? stable at Wa-Keeney, Age 3 years: heiub 15", hands. Terms Ten dollars to insure foal. Car will be taken to prevent accidents, but wit not be responsible for anv. W. T. LITTLECHILD, Owner. WILLIAM, JR. i:ssa u en unit lomoa mm Will make th season of 1B01 commencing at Oollrer at Hickman's barn April 1st, and TOry Mondarof each week for 3 months, and at Wa-Keeney at McAtee's barn south of track the 5th and 6th of April, and every Friday and Saturday for 3 months. Okscription William. Jr.. is a dark bay; 3-yearsold; 17 hands hitch; weighs 1400 Hs. Has a Rood disposition, bone, and general conformation first-class. Tirms 8-00 to insure a live colt. Mares disposed of or removed from the neigrhtKir liood will be considered with foal and the owner will be required to pay the insurance money. Mare and colt will stand Kood for service ot the horse. Money due 30 days af ter mares foaling. Care w!': be taken to prevent accidents. A. ?piTZ.ArGLE. Owner y Charley Spitznaugle, Keeper. E. A. Guschewsky, HEAL ESTATE AGENT Business attended to for non-residents. Kents collected. Correspond ence solicited. COLLYKR Kass. CCome to us for job work.' More snow. Head Verbeck's new millinery ad. . Charles llidgwsiy was up from Ellis Wednesday. . Four inches of snow fell last Wed nesday nielli. Commissioners meet in regular ses sion next week. Mayor Wilson was a Topeka visitor on Wednesday. Go to Verbeck's and buy your boy a nice suit of clothes. George Cross was up from Ellis last Friday on land business. Mr. Alderson, of Wilson, is visiting Prof, and Mrs. Shearer. This is tough weather on tne cattle men but fine for the wheat. Master Guano King is visiting his graedparents at Dihtou. General Funston captured Aguinal do, March 23. Kansas is always in the front rank. High Shaw's 7-year-old eon fell one day last week and sprained his right arm at the elbow. Moore's Cash Store will save vou 20 per cent on ribbons aud boy's- and men's shirts next week. Prof. Shearer received last week a five year certificate which entitles him to instruct at the Normals. A. J. King has rented the John Tl. Wilson cottage east of the t:wn well. His family will arrive from Missouri shortly. J. M. Ilobinson, the nurseryman, delivered a thousand trees last Satur day and our farmers received the bulk or them. About 6 o'clock Friday morning the railroad coal house was burned to the ground. Report says it was the work of tramps. A party of young men were up from Topeka last Saturday and put papers on homesteads along the Smoky in Rove county. The Modern Woodman camp ol Collyer will give a dance in the G. A. 11. ball on April 12th. Every body invited. ( Mrs. II. S. Givler and daughter, Margaret, returned home Thursday, evening from a six weeks' visit in To peka and Hays. L. G. Johnson was up from Ellis last Monday. Len informed us that lie had purchased the quarter south of his farm on Big creek. Clothing! Clothing! Clothing! -Vt Verbeck's. Mrs. Poffenberger and daughter, Hattie, who have spent the past three months witli her son Joe, left Thurs day evening for Mt. Carrll, 111. Pneumonia follows la-grippe, but never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tak, the great throat and lung remedy. Take ho substitute. Jones & Gibson. Seed Potatoes. liurbanks. Peerless, Early Ohio, At Verbeck's. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Wilson, of Glen coe township are mourning the loss of their 8-year-old daughter Alice, who died last Sunday from an attack of scarlet fever. Ellis Review. Walter F. Swiggett departed Thurs day morning for Kansas City where he has a position aa book-keeper. Walter is a fine young man and will make his mark in the world. Report of school in district 38 for month ending March 22. Enrollment II. Average daily attendance 8.8. Visitors 4. . James O'Toole, Alfred Epperly, Myrtle, Josephine and Hen ry Martin were not absent or tardy. , Julia O'Toole. Teacher. Johnnie Walsh, who located in Gra ham county about three years ago, left last week o Chicago his new home. Johnnie made many iriends in this and Graii m county who regret his departure, but wish him all kinds of success in the windy city. G. W. Cross received a telegram on Thursday conveying the sad news of the death of his son's wire, Mrs. Wal ter Cross at her Home in Kansas City. Mrs. Cross was the bride of a few months and her !s a sad blow to the young husband. Ellis Rsview. Colonel Sellers will give a phono graph and gramophone entertainment at Ogallah school house, Monday. April 1st, and at Chalk school houst?, Wednesday, April 3rd. All the latest songs and you should hear "I Couldn't Dolt." Doors open at 7:30; trouble begins at 8 p. m. Report of school in district 5 for month ending March 22: Number of pupils enrolled 10. Average daily at tendance 9.55. 5s umber of tardy marks-1. Those neither absent, or tardy: Rosa, Sadie aud Mamie Biehler, Roy, James, May and Jessie Curry. Absent but not tardy: Mima and Eu gene liiehler. it, mm a Courtney, teacher. a nine tun ( or tamtam powdc. CHEAT.! Highest Honors. World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid Baking Powders containing alum. They are Injurloos to laealtla Clothing at-Verlu;ck's. Pickled pork at Baker's. Smoked hams at Baker's. Good fresh beef at Baker's. City election next Monday. All kinds of new goods at Verbeck's. Go to Verbeck's and buy vour cloth ing. A car of Minnesota seed potatoes at Verbeek's. Just received at Verbeck's a nice line of clothing. Cottage organs, the best in the land, for sale by C. J. Ferris. Fat hogs wanted about 200 pounds in weight at Geo Baker'w. Merchant Bower, of Collyer, was a county seat visitor on Tuesday. F. H. Burnham unloaded a car of farm implements on Wednesday. Mrs. Bartlett, of Collyer, was in the city Wednesday to consult Dr. Jones. W. S. Mead lias rented the building vacated by C. C. Bestor for a buggy emporium. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Philip, of east of Hays, were in the city the latter part of last week. A. J. Gullett, manager or Henry Hille's large ranch on the Smoky, spent Saturday night in town. German divine service Easter Sun day, April 7, in the M. E. church at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Ilulm, pastor. O. J. Irving, deputy for the Modern Tonties, will be in Wa-Keeney about April 2, to organize a Council. O. J. Irving, deputy for the Modern Tonties, will be in Wa-Keeney about the 2nd of .April, to organize a Couu cil. Bill Flank's blacksmith shop to be erected on the south side, reminds us or the gold fields, it failed to materi alize C. W Sweet, one of the pioneer set tlers of the county, spent Saturday night in town on account of the storm. Mrs. Poffenberger entertained the Ladies' Aid society instead or the L U. W. S. last week. It was our mis take and the ladies treat. W. J. Skelton, owner of the fines herd of Herefords in western Kansas, was detained in town over Saturday night on account of the storm. Last Friday a prairie fire started on John Chalk's homestead and burned to Big creek. It burned over a strip of prairie about four miles wide and seven miles long. Mr. and Mrs. liazek of Col yer town ship brought their babv to town last Friday for medical treatment. Just as-they alighted the I ttle one died in its mother s arms. The Modern Tonties guarantees to yoUj upon the soundest principles the best protection to you and your fnuily at the lostest cost per thousand. Pol icies paid on annuity plan. Black Dan will make the season of 1901 at J. Li. Best's farm, six miles northwest of Wa-Keeney. oan is a Black Percheron, 4-years-old,16i hands high, weighs 1500 lbs. John B. Best, Owner. Some of the fellows who took home steads ou the Ft. Hays reservation have elephants on their hands. They would like to hold onto their claims and hate to give up their residence here. Stkated From my ranch 10 miles south of Wa-Keeney, about March 1st One big red steer, 2-y ears-old, hind feet white, under bit in right ear, half circle brand on left hip. Infor mation will be liberally rewarded. C. F. Folkers. This signature is on every box of tne genuine Laxative BrornoQuinine Tbk tha remedy that umia m col! In mm daw W. S. Harrison gives notice that all parties are hereby notified not to hunt, fish or shoot on the northeast, northwest and southwest quarters or section 19-12-23 -and the northwest quarter 30-12-23. All trespassers will be prosecuted. ' Last Saturday afternoon it began to rain and about 6 o'clock it stopped. About 9 o'clock it began to snow and Sunday morning a blizzard was rag ing. It was a very severe storai on cattle, but reports from all over the county are that the losses are lights Bis Creek News. Ii-iin. hail and snow. This is fine for wheat. Wheat is growing nicely. Charlie Clough sold his farm. Dr. Kidd left Ellis for Ireland last Friday night. - Abram Cross expects to move to El lis in a few days. Coyote Pete and Frank Cross caught a 7-pounder last week. Mr. Ruppe's family are about all having the scarlet fever. Rev. E. E. Gunckel was paving pas- torial visits the first of this week. School has closed for this school year in District No. 11 Trego county. Erie Furbeck was expected home from Lindsuorg Business college S.it- uruay mgiii. Revival meeting at Ridgwav closed on account of the rain and snow storms last week. No. 11 set a fire in John Miller's wheat field on northwest 12 13-21 last Friday and burned overaioiit2.j acres. You Know What Ton Are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is- plainly printed on every bottle showing that it is syniply Iron and Quinine" in a tasteless form. No cure, No pay. County Line Notes. People are still plowing. Boys are hunting geese and cranes. A lot of dirt carried away by the wind. Some have commenced sowing bar ley and oats. . The farmers are delayed by the dis agreeable weather. L. Larson has rented a half section for grazing purposes. Louis Larson attended church at Wa-Keeney last Sunday. Stephen Krhut is working for his brother Frank nowadays. A. heavy snow storm passed over the township last Sunday. John Horack. of Wa-Keeney, visit ed John KristotT Sunday last. Fred Tague intends to move out on his school land in the near future. Adolph Schwanbeck, the assessor, was assessing these parts last week. John Itezeck has quit working on the section and will enjoy farm work. Herman Ehrichs was the visitor at Jacno TelzlotT's Sunday so says a re porter. J. A. Mlinek and son Adolph were the welcome guests at F. Polkovsky's last Sunday. Win. Bower shipped In a new Brad ley lister for F. C. Schikanbeek of Colono. March came in like a lamb and will go out like a lion and we are in fear it will prove true. i Barney Kessler bought alfalfa of trankSpeua last week. Bill 1 utile uiu tne naming. Charlie spitznaugle was wearing out the streets of C&llyer last Tues day transacting business. Charley King made a trip to Wa- Keeney last Saturday iuid raced the bliz.ardous ram coming back. Mrs. John Glenn is kceping-up the organ playing every Saturday in Coll yer. sue will teach all who asK. Geo. V. Vork is drilling a new well on one of the quarters belonging to a Russian north ot F. C. Swiggett's place. The 3-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rezeck died Friday, March 22. The little one was buried in the Catholic cemetery. Jim llladek, Adolph Mlinek and Frank Stradal were seen in this neigh borhood last Sunday but made quick haste to get out in fear or "brain smasher3." Jim Yanda was in town Saturday and said lie smelled the rain coming and hurried home, but report says that his skin got wet. He said he didn't care, but we would. We were hunting geese last. Satur day a week ano and succeeded in find ing a nock, and tne old rename yelled four times, but we were disappointed by finding only three, but were glad to net them. STOPS THE COUGH And Works Off The Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabletscure a cold in one d;i jr.' No cure, No pay. Price 25 cents. City Election. The following tickets have been filed with the city clerk: . REPUBLICAN TICKET. Mayor Grant Marshall. Councilmen W. W. Gibson. L. C. Gleason, A. J. Ellermeyer, J. A. Es cher, Wm. Somme'rville. CITIZEM'S TICKET. Mayor W. W. Gibson. Councilmen A. L. Gleason, James Kelly, W. C. Olson, F. S. Diebold. Pol ice Judge Joshua Groft. Judges T. W. Bundy, W.S.Gorreli, A. J. Johnson. Clerks Grant Marshall, J. A. Es- cher. - T Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxi ti ve Bromo Qu i ni ne Tablets. All druggist refund the money if it fails to cure, E. W. Grove's signature on each box. 2fc. Don't wait until you are too old or totally disabled, aud then want a pol icy in the Modern Tonties, but pre pare for yourself or your family in case of death, disability or old age by insuring in an order where your wife can go to Council room with you and all is unity. . . , . Fresh pork at Baker's. Moore's Cash Store: 20 Per cent OFF. (Commencing April 1st and will place on sale my entire r O rs f f r RIBBONS ftND BOY'S AND MEN'S SHIRTS These T will sell at a sacrifice in order to reduce J my shirt stock. The prices named on them will quick- S ly close them out ; come early before the sizes are t broken. I want my stock reduced to the lowest notch before fall and will place on sale some certain line of J f goods at or below cost each week ; so watch thid space for bargains. A cordial invitation is extended to all V. n to call and examine g fashionable millinery- K Tjnces. Yours for cCrCececcecccccoeccccc First publication March S3. 1901.1 SHERIFF'S SALE. In tho Pistrirt Court of the 23rd Judicial listri-t. i 1 1 1 n ; in and for thu County of Trtiiro. in the State of Kunsas. Chas I lewi;y. Plaint iff, vs. Chas C. Brady. Mamie A. Brady and J. S. House, Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me out of the District Court lu the above enti tled action. 1 will, ou Monday, tne 6th day of May. 1901, between the hours of 10 oc!ock a. m. and S o'clock, p. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Wa-Keeney. in the County of Trego, in the State of ' Kan sas, offer at public sale and sell to the high est and best bidder, for cash in hand, all of the following described real estate, to-wit: All north half northwest quarter of sec tion twenty-six (U) in township twelve (12) sout h, range twenty-three USi). west of tht 6lh I. M. Lyf ngand situated in the county of Treeo. In the State of Kansas, tiuid uroperty is? levied on as the property of said defendants, aud is directed by said order of sale to be sold and will be sold to satisfy said order of sale. Henry Uobbick. Sheriff. Trego County. Kansas. WANTED! Reliable man for Managerof Hrancl) Office we wish to open in this vicinity. If your record is O. K. here is an op portunity. Kindly give good refer ence when writing. THE A. T. MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE. CINCINNATI. OHIO. Illustrated catalogue 4c stamps. Holiness Meeting. The Ness County Holiness associa tion will hold their next monthly meeting at Mt. Pleasant, April 6, 1901. The following is the program: 10:00 a.m. Opening exercise E. S. Svynan. 10:30 Hible reading Mary Allman. 11:15 Sermon Rev. J. VV. Vanderlip. 12:00 Basket dinner. 1:30 p. m. Song and prnise Rollin Adkinson. 2:00 Bible exposition Mrs. Page. 3:00 Sermon Rev. R. L. Greer. 4:00 Business meeting. Everybody invited. Come praying. E. J. Badglev, Secretaiy. Pay us we need coin. For. ' heersSSI 71 SOI & 103 Vesf Oih St., Ksnsss City, Bo. (?0?ilf.t.) The Old Reliable Doctor. Oldest in Age and Longest Located. A Regular Craduate In Medicine. Over 27 Years Special Practice. 22 Years In Kansas City. " Authorized by the Ftate to Cures giiur-ntct.d orn:oney r no mercury or injurious mcu.cine used. No detention from oustness. pa tients at a distance treated by mail and irprrss. Mealcines&cnteverywbere IrftAfmm iraA or hrpn k acr Kn mmiRinnt vntfl. O. D.. CQiT bv agreement. Chances low. Over CO.0OO cases Consultation xree ana confidential, personally or ny letter. r-i seminal weakness ana Sexual Debility, folly and excesses causing losses by dreams or wiib, urine, pimples and fclwtohes on 42ie face, rushes of blood to the bead, pains in back, confused Ideas -axd forpetfulness, bashralness, aversion to society, iossof sex ual power, loss of msnbood, etc, cured for life. lean stop night louses, restore lost sextial power, nerve and brain power, en large and Btreneihen weak parts and mae you fit for marriage. Cvnl.i2c tnat terrible dleawe, in all J'"s3 Its form and stages, cured for life. Blood Poisoning, Skin Diseases, Ulcers. Swellings, Sores, Gonorrhoea and Gleet, and rli lorms of Private Diseased, positively cared or mocey refunded. Ctrirtira radically cured withont lC.Li I C the use of Instruments. A New and Infallible Home Treatment. Ho ATI diseases of tbe rectum treated on a potitire Guarantee, and no money accepted nntil patient is cured. or fr 1 fv thjo-- a treaties on recta dteaea, and hundreds of testimonial letters, valnabfe tvi anvooe 0irr-d Ao mt 48 pags book for motmrnn; both Rent free. Address, Drs. THORN T OK A MINOR, 10th & Oak Sts., Kansas City. Mo. M U M &J J Kf U M U U O u M lasting one week only T w 1 u a w j u u u M U U u J stock of our millinery gecds. at the very lowest .- O v 0 Bargains, . MRS. N. L. MOORE. I J Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. 1 1 arti ficially d i gests tlie food and aida Nature in strengthening and recon structing tlie exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, SickHeadache,Gastralgia,Cramp3 and aCl other results of imperfectdigestion. Prtce 50c. and $t. Large size contains 2H tlmea amallsize. Book all aboutdyspepsia mulled frte Prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO.. Chlcago- JOKES & GlKSON. First published March 23. MM. J PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the District. Court of Treiro 'ounty. Kan sas. 23rd J udicial lnstrii-l.. Lombard Liquidation Company, a corpora tion. Plaintiff. VS. Allert Ilepow. Lizzie IH-po Knowlcs. Lena !pew. Mary Torpey. Francli'S E. Tnr pey. Lizzie Luw Kliowles arid Lena le pew. as administratrices of the eslato uT 'liarles Depew, deceased. Defendants. The District ("ourt of Trejjo County. Kansas, to the Defendants above named. Yon and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued In the alove enti tled Court by the plaintiff above named whose petition apainst you is on file in tho aiiove entitled action: that unless ynu an swer same on or lefore the 4th (lav of M-ay. 1001. it will be taken as true and a judgment rendered of tlie following nature. tt-wit: Judgment quieting rhe -title in plaintiff atrainst each and ail of tlie -aiiove named U fendants in and to tlie following described; real estate, situated' in Tretro ruutily. Kan sas, to-wlt: The southwest quarterof seel ion twenty-six (36). township eleven til) scuth, ran jte twenty-live (SB) west, of t lie 61 Ii 1'. M . I'LOWBH, & buWKKfllCK. Attorneys for i'laintilf. Attest: L. S. Myeki-y. ISEAL.J ClerK District Court. Moser, tlie photographer, will make pictures of all sizes at half price for a short time. Gallery in rear of jew elry store. Call and see samples. Seed potatoes, at Verbeck's. treat Chronic. Nerrous arid 5pecioI Diseases. Jg - :L.ncieu. All meuicinesfumiaheu rtaoy iurn Wi cured- State your case and send lor terms. I ; , i'-'rr' or sounds. No detention from bun- Lj nes. ToousandB enred. A permanent euro i pmarmnteed ormoney refunded, bnd stamp lor book, wfcich fully explains this dijeease. Vn r irnrpp--eularPed veins in tne iwutwiw scrotum cansirtgner oaa debility, weakness cf the sexual f y ti le m. eitx perxnanentivcnrea wii.nout.pain. Hvrlrnfi!e- dropsy of t be scrotum, p - j cureu riiapoi paia. Phimosissrvh :ured in afew days withontnain. ESOOlV tuxes true to llle, with 'full de- W Bcriptlon ox above diseases, the eiTccts and , cure, seat sealed la plain wrapper for sz i cents la stamps. Free Museum ' I on si "' rricciiocKi: of Anatomv for wn. to 8 p. m. A sexmoa without wcrdaJ Sundags. 10 to 72 till mam. i