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A"5T Neighbor ! When, you need
Lumber to fill that house bill or
Coal to fill your coal bin do not
pass up a good thing and lose
money But go and see ;
He's always there at the new yard.
A Great Big Snap I
Do You Know What a Snap Is ?
There are several kinds of Snaps, Turtle Snaps, Har
ness Snaps, and Ginger Snaps, but the biggest Snap in our
yard is just first class a No. 1 Pine Boards, dimension stuff,
and sheeting, all lengths and widths, and will be for the
next 39 days. If you are going to need any lumber this
spring come early and get your choice, and avoid the rush;
we've got 'em and plenty.
Also a good suprly of new Hardware and
new Groceries. Highest market price paid
for wheat and eggs. It will pay you vo see us
before you sell your wheat.
Frank Bordovsky,
VODA, Trego County, Kansas.
It Pays others, It will Pay You to Look into the Merits
of our Farm Machinery, before you buy. The Machinery
that it pays to buy and that is the Cheapest in the end is
the Machinery that
That Is the Kind We Sell.
Have just received a car load of Indiana
Disc Drills that have the reputation of be
ing unexcelled by any.
Come in and inspect this line and let us
tell you more about it.
Also a complete line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes,
Etc.. Etc., at low prices.
Highest market price paid for Butter, Eggs and Poultry.
Notice ! :
To Grade Bridge on Bif Creek on
Township Line Between Wa-Kee-'
ney and Ofallah Townships-
Notice Is hereby fiirea tbat the
township trustees of Wa-Keeney and
Osrallah townships will receive oids up
till noon on Monday, May 2. 1904. on
the following work on the Uin Creek
bridge on tbe townsbip line between
W a-Keener and Ogallab townships:
South side to b graded with dirt
with 20 foot wing, posts and wire,
cedar poets. -
North side 16' foot approach, joist
2x12 16 feet, 2 feet apart; floor 2x12 16
feet long: wing 20 feet; grade about
100 feet long.
J. C BrCHAJiAjr,
Trustee of Ogallali Township.
Ed. Chalk.
Trustee of Wa-Keeney Township.
Notice! ...--r
Notice is hereby given that tl e
townsbip trustee of Wa-Keeney town
ship will receive b:ds up till noon on
Monday, May 2, 1904, on the follow
ing work on tbe Saline bridge:
Grade on Saline bridge north side
16 foot approach, joist 2 feet apart,
2x12 16 feet: floor 2x12 16 feet. Grade
72 feet, 11 feet high at bridge, and 14
feet wide at tcp of 20 foot wings.
Grade on south side 16 foot ap
proach. 2x12 16 teet, joist 2 feet; post
and wire and 20 foot wings: 154 feet
of grade, 9 feet high, 14 feet wide at
top and pile.
The trustee reserves tbe right to re
ject any and all bids.
Ed. Chalk, Trustee.
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if Large List of Choice Ranches and w
g Wheat Farms to select from.
1 Business attended to f r non-real- 3
jjj dents. g
g Abstracter Bonded in the sum j
Money to Tnan on imnmved farm W
g . property.
Town Herd-
Pasture for your cows can be had by
notifying H. F. Ost-ertamp or F. A.
Mecbau on or before May 1, 1904.
Fifty Yecrs ft a Stcndcrd
Inproves the flavor and adds ti
th hnaJthfulness of tho food.
TDestem Danscis TDorfcl
Established March 1. 1879.
At thn suggestion of friends. iQd agreea
bly to my own inclinations. J hereby an
nounce myself as a candidate for County
Clerk of Treno County, subject to the deci
sion of the Republican County convention.
I. M. Waubop.
Smoked hams at Baker s
For Sale 20 pigs. Will Walker.
Merchant Bower
Collyer last Friday.
was down from
, Wm Franklin's little girl is a victim
of the measles this week.
Marshal Tatman broke ground for
his new bouse last Monday.
Baker will pay 5 cents per pound
for good hides until further notice.
Good drill and breaking plow for
sale. J. T. Cloud, 1 mile northeast of
Mrs. P. II. Steward, of Hoyt, Kan
sas, is visiting her dauehter, Mrs. C.
Steinberger, this week.
Thomas Scliimkowitscii who lives
west of here received the first letter
from the new postofflce at Voda and
also mailed the first one.
For Sale or Trade Old fashioned
melodtan, piano finish, good tone.
Just the thing to learn on. Will trade
for cattle or pigs. Ed. Bryant.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Mr. William C. Wollner and
Miss Beryl Hanks at Pen Dennis.
Kans., next Tuesday evening at 8
Wednesday and Thursday this sec
tion of the country was visited by a
tine rain. A good quantity of moist
ure fell and much good will be derived
from it.
- Yes. Charles, we did get our wife
from Hays, but we first met her in
Wa-Keeney. How about a certain
girl who lives here with hair a beau
tiful shade of gold?
Wasted 300 head of cattle to pas
ture. Good grass and plenty of water;
2200 acres in pasture. Address C. P.
Albers. Ransom, Kan-., or call on him
at Cedar Bluffs.
For Sale A nice parlor set con
sisting of five pieces upholstered in
dark green crush plush. The set is in
good condition and will sell it at a
bargain. Call at this office.
J. C Milbolland lost a fine pig and
by paying a small sum for advertising
located tbe porker down on tbe Ben
iscb ranch south of town. So much
for what advertising will do.
Rev. Olliver, a Methodist minister
from Virgil. Kansas, has purchased
tbe Mrs. Bushman quartet section of
land about two miles east of town.
Frank Kline made the sale.
Mrs. Thomas Nixon and children
who have been - visiting Grandpa and
Grandma Stephens on Big creek, the
past two weeks, left Tuesday morn
ing for their new home at Kanapolis.
Mrs. Lord has received her pension
and back pay for which she has wait
ed so long. Congressman Reeder was
instrumental in hurrying matters.
Mrs. Lord's friends will be glad to
hear of her good fortune.
'Ras Beem was around shaking
bands with everybody last Saturday
evening, saying: -'I've sold out, I'm
leaving Wa-Keeney for good this time.
'Ras and his brother-in-law, Mr. Will
iams, left that night for Neola, Iowa.
'This week F. W. King purchased
the G. I. Verbeck property for a resi
dence. This is the finest property in
Wa-Keeney and will make a beautiful
borne. The King residence will be
used for the Presbyterian parsonage.
Colonel W. S. Harrison was up from
Hays this week.
L. Scbmitt, tbe blacksmith,' is on
tbe sick list this week.
Carpenters and stonemasons have
more work than tbey can do.
"The District Sunday School conven
tion convenes this afternoon at tbe
Baptist church at 1:30.
Chief of Police A. E. McCollum
was up from-Topeka, Thursday, visit
ing relatives and friends.
Wm. McCuue and Willard Rtaule
will prove up on school land before
the probate judge May 7tb.
Wm Brown and Henry Davis are
building the cellar to the new resi
dence of W. J. Willirms in the east
part of town.
Last Sunday Rev. Cox preached bis
first sermon at the M. "E. church. A
large attendance and good interest
was manifest
The new Episcopal church will be
erected on the lots north of the court
house west of L. Schmitt's place. Fine
location for a church.
The Ladies' Aid society of the M
E. church will meet with Mrs. Holmes
next Tuesday afternoon, April 26,
1904. Mrs. Hal Jones, Secretary.
Goble Bros., carpenters, are to be
gin work on a new house for Oz Cort-
right next week. Looks like there's
going to be something doing Oz.
W. A. Eppler. the best auctioneer
in the west half of the state, was in
the city over Monday night. Tuesday j
he cried Ed Guschewsky's sale and
things sold well.
Born, April 16. 1904, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sellers, a boy,
and at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. M.
W.Clifton April IS, a girl. All are
reported to be doing fine.
The old Central House, one of tbe
land mark of the town, and owned by
the Beem family for the last twenty
years, has changed hands, the pur
chaser being Henry Meyer. Frank
Kline consummated the deal. Tbe
price paid was $2,300.
"Jesse Royer of theOgallah Forestry
station says he has filled and shipped
and hauled away all trees applied for
up to date. Have 20,000 very fine
Honey Locust and Osage Orange seed
lings left. Anwne calling can get a
nice lot of trees until gone. -
-Tbis week George I. Verbeck and
Mr. London, a traveling salenian for a
Kansas City Dry Goods house, have
bought a large store in Salina, stock
valued at iio.OOO. A full line of dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoes and
groceries will be carried. Both Mr.
Verbeck and Mr. London will reside
in Saliua.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bower, of Coll
yer, entertained a large number of
friends at their home last Saturday
evening it being their 15th wedding
anniversary. An excellent -time was
had as those worthy people fully un
derstand tbe art of entertaining. Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mr. and
Mrs. F. D. Hastings of this place were
among the out of town guests.
While workmen were remodeling an
old house in Manhattan they found a
hand-bill that was printed in October,
1867. On one side were quoted a few
prices that make interesting reading:
Flour at S4 to $6 a sack; black teas
$1.25 to $1.75; green teas $2 a pound;
white sugar five pounds for $1; cali
coes at 15 cents a yard; coal oil at 75
cents a gallon. All prices strictly
cash. Star. v
John A. Cutler's Norman Stallion
will make the season of 1904 at his
place 2 miles west and 7 miles north
of Ellis except Friday and Saturday
of each week at Ogallab. This horse
is a bright bay, 7 years old, weight
1900. Terms 8 to insure with foal,
aiO to insure colt to stand and suck.
Care will be taken to prevent acci
dents but will not be responsible
should any occur.
Big Creek news-
Rain! Raini: Rain!!!
Several farmers are listing corn.
Wheat is growing notwithstanding
the dry weather. , "".
Robert Markell is breaking sod on
his farm east of Ellis.
Mr. Markell has leaned the G. W.
Staplin farm for anotheryear.
George Mixer was selling seed corn
o the streets of Ellis last week.
County Surveyor Ferris finished up
the permanent survey of tbe north
half of the noutbeast quarter of sec
tion 22 and the northwest quarter of
23-13-21. last week.
Tor Infant and Children.
TtJ Kind Yea Hits Ahrajs Bssgfat
Signature of
. ' ' .... ,
All kinds of work in Wood and Iron done in a
workman-like manner. ,
Best Lubricating Oil for sale.
Of all the towns we strike along the
line where the girls swarm to the
trains and giggle and flirt and "show
off" generally Hays beats them all.
Take the hobos and the loafers and
last hut not least the girls that infest
the Hays depot at night it is almost
impossiole to board a train witiiout
politely knocking some of them down.
We are glad the Wa-Keeney girls
don't 'make" the evening train, if
they did. we would roast them a deep
er shade of brown than this. Wa
Keenev World.
Shades of the short grass country !
Isn't a pious declaration like that
jarring? Wouldn't it wring tars
from the heart of a grindstone. We
have ofter heard of people seeing
snakes after an over indulgence of
just ordinary "speak easy," but the
Wa Keeney editor must have a new
brand if after indultrini; he sees ae-
trliiiR girls and flirting maidens. If
the World man would sober up, calm
ly light his pipe and pass through
Hays again he would go right home
and retract. True, there is usuallv a
crowd at the depot when the train
comes in but they are there either to
see friends off or to board the train in
preference to going down the track a
mile or so and flagging it as it comes
along. It may be the streets wete
blocked when our brother editor hung
his head out of the window and saw
such strange, weird sights. They
oft -;n are, and naturally a congestion
follows ' until the train moves and
brinsis relief. And why not giggle
a d be cheerful while vou wait: isn't
that better than to carry a ceme
tery look and wipe tear? No. Wa
Keeney girls don't make the evenjnjr
trains, simply because they never
know when a train is roing to stop at
their hamlet. Then if thev did there
wouldn't be irirls enouub in the town
to make a respectable showing. But
Wa-Keenev lias one girl who makes
all the trains that, do stop. . She is a
buxom weather-beaten beauty of over
forty summers and carries enouub
avoirdupois to tip the scales at 290.
Let the heavens deliver us from any
more such rot as this. World man
spews. Hays News.
Now. Mr. Mulroy, do you. really
think you treat us right when you get
so mad that you boil over and run
down the sides as you do in this arti
cle. Our feelings are very sensitive
and wish you would go easy. As a
matter of fact vou admit we told the
the truth in the matter, so we can't
see why you sizz and sputter like an
old-fashioned soda pop. We are willing
to admit that your Hays girls can
smile with a charm that would melt
the heart of a Chinaman let alone a
traveling man or an editor away from
home without his wife. This isn't
the part we kick about at all, but
when we go to get on the train the
dear creatures crowd around so thick
that we are afraid tbey were going to
pin our ears back and swalliw us
whole and that we wouldn't get home
at all. Tbe Wa-Keeney girls are al
right and they don't have to peddle
their charms at the evening trains
either and they are as pretty and lady
like as any that grace tbe earth any
where. We believe, Mr. Mulroy, that
personally you know a great deal more
about tbat girl that makes the train
than you are willing to tell or bow is
it that you keep such close tab on her
and bow did you know she weighed
2!K)? She isn't a Wa-Keeney girl at all.
Implement firm arc multiplying in
The District Sunday School conven
tion was welt attended and an inter
esting program rendered.
. The hand car belonging to the Ogal
lab section was struck by No. 4 Tues
day, and fixed about like a Russian
battleship' after a battle with the
For Sale-
Two good milch cows, will be fresh
next ojofitli 1 heifer, giving milk.
One Olliver chilled 16-inch 3-horse
sulky plow, new last fall, 1 hay rack,
1 hay rake, 1 wagon box, 1 breaking
plow, 1 stirring plow,2dozeu hens, 1
bay knife. 1 wire sttetcher. House
hold goods. Geoige A. Cook, 4 mile
east of school bouoe. Wa-Keeney, Kan.
notice Wa-Keeaey Towasnip.
Persons wbo have claims against
the township for helping to kill
prairie dogs will band me their bill
before the 30th i.nst.
Chas. E. Shisqcix.
Township Clerk. '
Pay us we need coin.
for, the
Ideal and
other windmills.
At the World's Columbian Exposi
tion, held at Chicago in 1893, the Ideal
"Wind Mill received the highest award
of merit for excellence of design and
Saline Valley Ranch,
Eieht miles northwest of Wa-Keeney.
My horse Yorso Quimper will
make the season S7.00 to insure live
My Jack Mosacha will make the
season S10.00 to insure a live foal.
Care will be taken to prevent acci
dents but will not be responsible for
any. W. T. Littlechild,
Bob was sired by Black-rattler: he by City
Blacksmith; be by Hill's Blackbawk. a d he
wasthe sitv of ErliHn Allen and other fast
Morgan borses. Bob's dam was Lotta MrCay
by Imported Billet; 2nd dam by CUarlotK
VandVrT by Te lepra ph: 3rd dam by Je
Gales; 4th dam by North Star. Bob was
raised by Kbert McKay. Decatur. 111.,
breeder of thoroughbred nice hordes. Bob Is
tbe sire of Mrs. Strain's farorite black team.
Will make the season of lytH at my place A
miles northeast of Wa-Keeuey, 1 mile east
of Galloway chool house. i-. ; - ,
Terms $7.00 to insure Hrtnfr colt.
Hainbletovtaa aad Black. Hawk. Morsaa
Description Dark brown horse, stands IT
hands high, weighs 1400 lbs. He was bred In
Champaign county. III.; his sire was a 2 year
oid and bis jrrandsire was Hidalgo No.
he is 6 years old; has good style and action;
a kind disposition, and a sure foal setter.
Will make the season of 1MH commencing
April IV at Quinter. and will be there every
Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday while
the season last at I ken berry's barn, and
Friday and Saturday at Hickman's barn.
TcRJiS -fS.OO to insure colt to stand and
suck. Mares disposed of or removed from
the neighborhood where they are at when
bred will be considered with foal and owners
must pay service fee. Mare and colt "must
tand good for service of the horse. Money
due 30 days after mares foaling. Care will
be taken to prevent accidents but I will not
be responsible should any ocour
A word to those who intend to bred this
spring. Come and look at my horse before
you bred, and if he suits you I will appreci
ate your patronage.
A. Spitsvacglc.
Descrtptiow . Jet
black, with mealy nose
and whit? belly. Four
years old. i. nanas
nigh, has good clean
heavy bone, long deep
body, and is a Jack of
much style and finish
and when fully matur
ed It will be hard to
find bis equal. He ha
oroven himself a sure
foal getter and shows a very uniform lot of
colts. His pedigree is gilt edge.
Alphonsowill make the seajton of 1904 at
my farm miles northeast of Ogaliah. My
hours will be from morniug till 0 'clock and
from 4 o'clo'k tUl nftrht.
Tekms H-t to insure mare with colt . Any
person disposing of or removing mare from
tbe neighborhood or county, forfeits the in
surance whether known to be In foal or not
and the insurance becomes due. and the same
mast be settled for at once by cash or note
All care taken to pi event accidents, but I
will not be responsible should any occur.
T. W. MABQT7AND, Owner.
s at
tj Abjstracter Bonded in the sum &
g of $5,000.
Rents Collected and payment of Tum .
& tar Non-Kilints a Specialty. ipi
& IJtrfre tfstof lands forsaleat low prices
& . aad easy terau.
4. S. JONES,
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