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Commissioners' Proceedings. ' April Meeting. "During this session the following lills were audited and warrantsdrawn in favor of tbe parties: J C Buchanan, advancement of 14 days salary as assessor of Ogallau township 00 Thomas Neshitt. for boarding Whit tlesey 13 weeks 52 00 1 ! Gleason, sundry expenses for the quarter LC Gleason. clerk ulre.ounty treas urer for quarter 37 aO - A J Gnllett. viewing Cawley road... 3 50 W E Stowe. viewing Cawley road 8 30 .las Koirers. carrying flag forsurvev- or on Cawley roaa. 1 50 I, C Gleason. salary less fees collect ed as countv treasurer for quarter loi 8o -las Rogers, carrying flair for survey- or on Bordovsky road. . 3 00 John I'll a res. sundry expenses for the quarter 10 John Pharos, clerk hire for county I clerk for tuequarter -5 00 John Pharos, salary as county clerk for quarter less fees collected 215 65 John W Pbares. making assessors' rolls 100 00 C J Ferris, salary as county survey- or for quarter aS 00 IS J Ferris, surveying 3 roads and ! makingretnrns 40 00 Kd Chalk, advancement of 20 days salary as assessor of Wakeeney ! township 60 00 T S Howe, work and material on chairs 65 T 8 Howe, salary as probate Judge for quarter less fees collected 74 40 I T Purcell. salary for county attor ney for ouarter 150 CO .1 J Drummond. boarding Shlnquin.. 12 40 J J Drommond, to merchandisi andise for Mrs Byrd 2 65 17 00 93 10 11 S Givler, stationery for county oracers II 8 Givler, official printing for the quarter Wm La, filling old well on north west M 4-12-23 J T Brown, janitor work for quarter T S Howe, probate judge's fees in Iombard loys case - T D Hinsliaw. sheriff's fees in Lom bard Ikjvs case K O Wilson, premium, renewal of f 14.000 insurance on court house... Grant Marshall, court attendance as deputy sheriff Trego Mercantile company, coyotte bounty F S Diebold. coal for court house K8 Diebold. coal for Mrs Byrd 'A B Jones, salary as county physi cian and health officer ,1 W Pbares, coyotte bounties Charles Spena, boarding Lombard boys5days A B Jones, physician's examination and certificate in Lombard boys' case A J Ellermeyer. rig for county com missioners while examining new , bridges H S Givler, coyotte bounty. K H Burns, clerk of court, fees in Marsh case T D Hinshaw. sheriff, fees in Marsh case E M Closton. sheriff of Ness county, fees in Marsh case J H Hutchinson, sheriff of Ellsworth county, fees in Marsh case Joshua Groft. justice peace fees in Marsh case W L Hiatt. witness in Marsh case... James Pugh. " ' " ... W P Harmon Tom Kite " .1 D Law WP Harmon " " W L Hlatt " W A Hiatt J W Pugh R H Burns, clerk of court, fees in Younger case T 1) Hinshaw. sheriff.. fees in Youu yer case Fred Miller, sheriff of Ellis county, fees In Younger case Joshua Groft. justice peace fees In Younger case Pat Hlckey. witness fees in Youn ger case ' Frank Weaver, witness fees in Younger case Eli Disney, witness fees in Younger case Clarence Kingsley, witness fees iu Youngorcase J A Kotn. witness fees in Younger case George Smith, witness fees in Youn ger case R A Walker, witness fees in Youn ger case Otto Coltiorg. witness fees in Youn ger case Mabel Kidney, wltuess fees in Youn ger case Bel via Kidney, witness fees In Youn ger case J W Kidney, witness fees in Youn ger case John Younger. Sr., witness fees iu Younger case Mary Geyer, witness fees In Youn ger case Levlna Heitman, witness fees in 3 50 12 00 14 30 3 75 244 30 t 50 4 00 14 70 7 75 112 6ti 8 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 2 00 12 45 , 41 70 5 75 3 25 5 80 5 50 5 20 5 50 4 70 3 75 4 75 5 75 5 5 5 15 10 45 12 15 14 25 4 35 3 50 4 20 3 60 4 40 3 50 3 50 3 50 4 20 3 50 3 50 7 SO 5 20 7 60 Younger case 7 60 iena n.ianey, witness tees In Youn ger case Dora Cross, witness fees in Younger case'. .? W F Cross, witness fees In Younger case D J Wilson, witness fees in Younger L C Ross, witness fees in Younger case Couglienour A Hartley, merchan dise for Klchardson F Wol I tier, coyote bounty Kansas City Bride Co., addition on Saline River bridge Hall Lithographing Co., blanks and records Battle J Klrby, sundry expenses for quarter Hattie J Kirby. salary as county su perintendent and visiting schools R U Burns, salary as clerk of court less fees collected for quarter J M Rlnker. examining county treas urer's records C E Sbinquin. examining county treasurer's records A A Stephens, viewing Stlmlts road. M P Redmond, viewing Stlmlts road L S Myerlv. viewing Bordovsky road Frank Stradal, viewing Bordovsky road O Wolff, damages on Malinowsky road moving 160 rods of fence W R Holmes, janitor during court... A J Johnson, bailiff " , II T Randall, juror March term dis trict court R H Briggs, juror March term of court Bert McKnight. juror March term "of court E A Jewell, juror March term of . court J W Mason, juror March term of court ; W N Lara bee. juror March term of court Thomas Wynn, juror March term of court Fred Egger, juror March term of court K J Tilton. juror March term "of ' court Fred Smith, juror March term of court A T Harvey, juror March term "of court W D Caskey, juror March term of court A L Leonard, juror March term of court Rolln AdklnscH, juror March term of court H L Courtney, juror March Verm of court J E McCall. juror March term of court A P Hinshaw, juror March term of court J B Inscho. juror March term of court W J Kulu. juror March term of court v F tV Be nib, juror March term of court L S Caskey. juror March term of court A J Eilermeyer. Jnror March term of court T D Hinshaw. sheriff, b Kiruiug pris oners T D Hinshaw. sheriff, court attend ance . T D Hinshaw, sheriff, summoning1 jury March term of the district court T D Hinshaw. sheriff, mlleuge, coti- 7 60 3 40 3 40 3 20 3 GO 36 55 1 00 90 00 40 50 10 00 166 00 98 05 S 00 2 00 2 00 S 00 1 00 7 00 8 00 9 00 6 09 3 30 5 80 4 00 60 4 50 5 JO 8 90 9 80 9 89 9 40 9 30 9 40 9 50 11 00 9 80 8 99 8 8 90 8 90 10 10 8 00 8 00 M 40 09 26 05 Ayers Impure blood always shows somewhere. If the skin, then boils, pimples, rashes. If the nerves, then neuralgia, nerv ousness, depression. If the Sarsaparilla stomach, then dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite. Your doctor knows the remedy, used for 60 years. M Ratnrntn from trie CabtMi war. T was a perxecs wrecc any djooo was dm, ana m nd mw neaiui was gone, i alth was vonfl. nta few bottles of Ayerni Sazsaparilia completely cured me. Pora MB, ftcrantoa. Pa. fl.M a bottle. WMMHaBHas O. 1TBR CO for Impure Blood AW trie Sarsaparilla by keeping th bowels regular with Averts Pills, vevlnfr Lombard bovs to Toneka.. 10 00 33 77 42 78 41 00 4 00 T D 'Hinshaw. fare for self and Lom bard bovs to Toneka T D Hinshaw. salary as sheriff less lees coueetea ror quarter li Hinshaw, sheriff, jail attend ance Wm Brown, fixing chimneys John Schreiber. damages for mov ing 160 rods of fence on Blocksome road 8 00 1 00 J H Samuels, coyote bounty h Hazen. damages for moving 40 rods of fence on Blocksome road.. Pauley Jail & Building Co., hand cuffs and jail hammocks Henry Hobbick. merchandise for 10 70 1 36 1 50 36 00 18 00 28 00 2 00 2 00 3 50 72 00 92 14 7 75 7 50 3 00 12 15 1 00 44 05 25 00 Dickey H Mullendore. brooms Ida Swisher, associate examiner teachers October and Januarv Roy Blakely. associate examiner teachers Januarv Wm Walsh, damages moving fence on Kesslerroad T D Hinshaw. drawing jury March term of district conrt Joshua Groft, drawing jury March term of district court J G Marcy. viewing Blocksome road Samnel Dodsworth Book Co., books and records... Union Pacific Railroad company. crossings on Benson and Molinos kv roads W w Gibson, central and phone ser vice Verbeck & Lucas, coal .1 J Keraus. coyote bounty J J Keraus. repairs for court house roof and sundries James Kelly, coyote bounty ... A A vSockrell. salary and mileage as countv commissioner for Quarter. F M Morgan, salary and mileage as countv commissioner for Quarter. James 1 anda. salary and mileage as county commissioner Tor quarter. quarter. 38 40 The claims of J W Rauirh for 4.00 and E K Evans for $4.50 as witness fees for defendant in Marsh case was not allowed. Tbe claim of Lee Monroe for money ex pended on tax sale certificate on southeast quarter of section 8. township 15 south, range 21 west, was disallowed. The board ordered $3,000 of the bond fund transferred to the countv general. in the matter or a roaa petitioned for by William Stimits and others came on for a final hearing, and as all proceedings have been legally com plied with, as required by law, and the viewers duly appointed to view said road had reported it to be a pub lic necessity and general utility, the road is granted in accordance with the survey and plat of the county sur veyor. The county clerk is ordered to spread the proceedings upon the Koad Hecord, and to notify the Trustee or Collyer township to- open the road in accordance with this order, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest cor ner or section twenty-eight (28) in township thirteen (13) south, range twenty-four (24) west, thence west on the section line, or as near thereto as a practical road can be established, to the northeast corner of section thirty two (32), in township thirteen (13) south, range twenty-five (25) west of the 6th f. H.; thence north on the section line one mile to the northwest corner of section twenty-eight (28), in township thirteen (13) soutn, range twenty-five (25) west of the 6th P. M and there terminating: Said road to be 60 feet in width and recorded as Road No. 55. In the matter of a road petitioned for by Frank Bordovsky and others came on for final bearing, and as all proceedings had been legally complied with, according to law, ana the view ers duly appointed to view said road bad reported it to oe a public neces sity and general utility, the road is granted in accordance with the sur vey and mat or tbe county surveyor The county clerk is ordered to spread the proceedings upon tbe Koad Kec ord and to notify the Trustee of Coll yer township to open tbe road in ac cordance with this order, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest cor ner of section thirty-one (31), thence north on the section line to the north' west corner of section sixteen (16), all in townsuiy eleven (11) south, range twenty-four (Z4) west or tne etn t . ai and there terminating. Then com mencing at the northwest corner of section thirty-one oil, i lie nee ease on section line to the northeast corner of section thirty-three (33), all in town ship eleven (11) south, range twenty four (24) west of the 6th P. M., and there terminating. Said road to be 60 feet in width, and known as Road No. 56 on the Road Record. Damages were allowed in the above road as follows, to-wit: C Wolff for moving 160 rods of 3- wire fence, $12.00; Richard Owens for moving 320 rods of fence, $24.00; Geo. V. York for moving 160 rods of fence, $6.00; Hs IX Reed for moving 320 rods of fence. $10.00; Owen Sean Ion for moving 160 rods of fence; $8.00; Hugh Tidball for moving 320 rods of fence. $16.00; Hugh Elliott for moving 160 rods or fence, .uo. In th matter of a road petitioned for by H. H. Cawley and others, com mencing at the southwest corner of section thirty-four (34) iq township fifteen (15) south, range twenty-four (24) west, thence nortu on the section line, or as near thereto as a practica ble road can be estaoiisiieo, u wnere the Smokr Hill river crosses the sec tion line between sections twenty- seven (27) and twenty-eight (23), town- ship fourteen (14) south, range -twenty-four (24), and tbere terminating. The viewers iu tbeir report state that a part of this proposed road is not of general utility and a public necessity, and from the fact tbat a majority of the original petitioners ou tuis road hate presented a petition against that part of the road north of the south west corner of section three (3), town ship fifteen (15), range twenty-four (24); and for tbe fact that the board cannot legally grant a part of the road without granting all, tbe road was not granted The bond was ordered forfeited and tbe bondsmen to p-r all costs incurred on said proposed road to tjhe county treasurer of Trego coun ty. The amount of costs are 931.00. The board adjourned sine die. Attest: J. W. Phakes,:- seal. J County Clerk. CARE OF .VISITORS. The AeeommodatioBi mt RcausoBaafele Prices fer Tkoaaaads of People la St. Loula Dmrlag the Kxaoaltloa. Visitors to St. Louis in 1904 will either enter, the great Union Station or disembark from trains at points nearer the World's Fair grounds. By far the greater number, however, will enter the building .first named, which is the largest passenger station in the United States, not excepting that in Boston. In the center of the broad esplanade of this station, which is called the Midway, will be found many booths of information, in which will be men and women thoroughly posted con cerning the city and the Exposition and who will have conveniently at hand such printed instructions as strangers may wish to receive. At each booth will be complete lists . of the hotels and boarding houses, with addenda thereto showing what rooms are vacant. Also will be appended a rate card. Immediately outside the gates quick transportation will be found to any part , of the city by the Market, the Laclede, the Chouteau avenue, the eighteenth, the Parle avenue and the Compton Heights lines of street cars, which are operated by the St. Louis Transit Cor-iny. From these cars one can tr or at the same fare to any other Kne of the same company. thus permit ins the visitor to go any where he wisUes for five cents. At the request of the World's Fair management the leading hotels of St. Louis have sirn d an agreement in which they promise not to increase their rates during' 1904. This agree ment and the rates in force will also be given, to the visitor at the informa tion bureau and he can determine for himself just where he wants to go be fore leaving Union Station and have the assurance In advance that there will be no overcharge. Notick No hunting or trespassing allowed on the southeast quarter or section 28 and the northeast quarter of section 33 on Big creek. C. E. Cue. ' TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN ! This is to certify that we have known the Black-Hawk Morgan Stal lion "Bob" for several years and that he is one of the -surest foal getters ; that we ever knew. He breeds large i getting large colts with the very fin- j esc or scyie ana action, ne is or a kind and gentle disposition and his colts have proved to be the same. He lias as tine a set of colts as any horse iu Northwest Kansas. He has made several seasons at and near Colby, Kansas, where each of the signers be low reside and can be found and we each cheerfully recommend this horse to any one desiring tbe services of a first class stallion: L J Egbert, farmer. John M Kiser, ex-sheriff. C C Bales, merchant. II B Davis, butcher. M F Hobbs, farmer. Richard Blence, farmer. Sam Pratt, sheriff. W D Pratt, liveryman. T A Byers, farmer. A P Tone Wilson, attorney at law. It C Parks, farmer. Mike Jensen, farmer. Seth Parks, farmer. Jasper Littell, farmer. T A Huntley, stockman. S McLin, farmer.- M J Williams, farmer. J W Eller, restaurant. J A McLin, farmer. M C Williams, stockman. George Ball, stockman. Notice of Apptlcatfoa t Parcfcase School La ad. Tbe nnderslgned hereby rives notice that he will, on tlie 7th day of May. 1U04. make an application to the Probate Court of Trego County. Kansas, to purchase the fol lowing described school land, situated In the organized county ot TreKO. Kansas, vis: The northeast quarter of section 16. town- snip 14. range 34. He names the following persons to prove his settlement, continuous residence and improvements, viz: Oscar W. Olson residence Wa-Keenev. Kansas, and William tlawson. residence IVa-Keeney, Kansas. Done at wa-Keeney. County of Trego, Kansas, tbls istli uayor April, lwt VlLLAHD KHCLK. Petitioner. ' Notice of Application to Pare base School The undersigned hereby gives notice tbat be will, on the 7th day of Hay. 1H04. make au application to the Probate Court ot Trego county, Kansas, to purchase tbe fol lowing described school land, situated in tbe organized county of Trego. Kansas, viz: The southeast quarter of section 4, town ship 14. range 23. He names the following persons to prove his settlement, continuous residence, and improvements, vis: Harm Schneider, resi dence Wa-Keeney. Kansas, and Frank Bar ber, residence Wa-Keeney. Kansas. . Done at Wa-Keeney. County of Trego. Kansas, tnis itii aay or April, iw. WILLIAM McKTJNK. . Petitloneer. Pickled pork at Baker's. Fresh pork at Baker's. 1 Good fresh beef at Baker's. The Kind You Have Always m use for over 30 years, and All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good' are but; Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OU goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrlioea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA GENUINE Bears the S7 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years- A Piano or an Organ ? That's the question maybe, in your household. Let us answer it for you. "We are -wholesale deal ers in both pianos and organs and can sell you a piano on $5.00 to $10.00 per month or an organ at $2:00 to $5.00 per month", at a price that will make it possible for you to have the best there is on the market. If you want 'to know all the particulars write to us and we will tell you all about it, without : costing you a cent. Address all letters to i 0LNEY, GASTON & CO., wuvvfuw, ivuiMa 2 w. R KlllM. J5 Hays, Kansas. SAUM & Keetiey, ft W If A AM A V to ' Arents for Close 80,000 Acres of Desirable Westers Kansas Land for sale on Easy Terms with Low Rate of Interest. Call on us or write for terms and prices. . mmm 8 Liberal Commlssloa aoooooooooooaoooaoooBooBOOooooooQoo9QoooooQoooaoa NEW FURNITURE STORE. T. S. HOWE & SON, PROPS. . (In C. J. Ferris' Old Stand.) Everything new and Prices Right. .... - We bought direct from the factory and are going to give yon the benefit of most reas onable prices. .) Call and See Us we will Treat you right. . CUT THIS COUPON OUT Take it to Howe & Son's Furniture Store. Good for 50c on all$10.00 or Over Purchases. Collyer Cash Hardyare Store. " ......DEALS...... " " In All Kinds Hardware. Well Casing and Repairing Done at the Lowest Prices. COLLYER - - - - - - . .'- - KANSAS., mm Boneht and -which has has borne the signature has been made under his p sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. - ALWAYS Signature of t t t m t i I. T. PURCELL W-esejr, Kansas. PURCELL. - - Kan ' If S4CXSI Bros- & Co's Lands- to Eastern Agents. " DM PlClflC USDS For Rale in Treg County, 'on Yen l ears Time, one-tt-tit.li down. !nv now and take advantage of present prices and terms. Address W. K. SHELTOSf. Room 8." Union Iepol. Kansas City, Mo. Des. . S. .T. ' U. Dos. . S. T. All. 23 All 2H 21 Nw,... ,V" 11 :4- 24 24 24 24 24 21 Sw i.,... 11 Sei....31 Mw i...31 Nwi...33 21 21 Ke 13D11 Se... 13 11 All l,c 11 21 21 Ne i 5 15 15 Nw.. 214 11 Sei 5 21 Ke 14 -24 Se J of sw515 21 Nw 22 Sw .... .9; 22 Se 22 Ne 15 14 14 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 2f 25 Nw 4 9- 11 SwJ 25 e i 25 Nei... 25 11 11 11 14 14 11 14 15 15 15 15 15 11 11 II 12 22 Nw.. .15 .55 . 15 .23 .13 .13 2" S 22 Sw 23 Ke . . .. Ne.... 23 Sw Nei U Sw i 5 Nei 19 15 Sw i..,19 15 23 Se.. .13 N of se i 19 15 23 Sw ..... . 3i N i of sw 19 15 23 LANDS WANTED: I have customers for a few unim proved cheap tracts ot land: some well improved farms; some small randies. and two large randies. If you want to sell now is the time. Come list what you. have, or send me descriptions, prices, etc. For Sale Lands- A few bargains in lands farm and ranch lands Irrigated Lands. I am agent for the Arkansas Valley Sugar Beet & Irrigated Land Co 's lands in Southeast Colorado, where farming pays.. ' Call on or write, , S. M. IIUTZEL. t Wa-Keetiey, Katis. DOCTOR D. I. B. KURTZ. JR , PHYSICIAN AND - SURGEON. OGALLAH KANSAS. C. D. YETTER, NOTARY PUBLIC. yLegal papers neatly and accurately executed. Oo Allah - - Kansas Theo. Courtney. -DEALER II STAPLE GROCERIES 3TYour patronage solicited. BANNER P. O. - - KANB. GRANT GOBLK. MARION OOBLK. GOBLE BROTHERS, Contractors tLd Builders We make a specialty of fine carpenter work. Make plans, drawing, specifi cations ana estimates on all work In our line. Blacksmi thine and general repair work in connection. Horseshoeing a specialty. , 0"Shop opposite depot. WA-KKKNBT - KANSAS. . Dealer la.. Jeleiry, wmcties, :i Clocks, EIC. i i Complete Lis of SpoetaoU. Repairing a specialty. ' 038 years in the business. MILLINERY STORE. Mrs. C. I. ScHXKiDF.ii, Milliner. i mr rr-r - Trimmed and TJntrimnied Hats and l4onnets of tbe latest styles direct from Chicago. - . Grand opening Saturday, Marcli 19th. HTXow is the time to subscribe for the official county paper-j . ff AUCTIONreR f j BUT CO TO V ( A H1S0S I O. I Wa-Keeney, Kan.