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wmiw 29th Year. Subscription $1. Wa-Keeney. Kans jluly 6. 1907. H. S. GIvler. Prop. Number IS About Seed Wheat. WES SKINNER ' ; SATIN. . The name " Skinner " in the selvage of Satin or Taf feta is a guarantee of highest quality. This season there will be more Satin used for swell Cloaks and Jackets than ever before. We have the agency for this brand of Satin and can furnish you any quantity in a great variety of shades by special order from color cards. Only a few staple colors will be kept in stock just enough to show the quality and supply the demand for Black, White and G-rey which wihV naturally be the most used. MOORE'S GASH STORE i 9 The the GOLLYER. We predict a windy harvest. , Harvesting will soon be in full blast here. The past few days have been very warm ones. Joe Glenn and sisters have moved to the farm. Many fields of grain are ready for the harvesters. Every one for miles around was in town Saturday. Many from here will spend there 4th at Wa-Keeney. Hope our boys will come out victorious again on the 4th. George York made a business trip south of town Tuesday. Mrs. A. Jorimer spent Tues day with Mrs. Millie Walsh. Our nne new school will soon be in course of construction. New pototoes will soon be mar keted from the home gardens. The Morell district will have s new school building before long. 1 Fred Hickman has moved his house hold goods to Wa-Keeney H. E. Glantz launches his har vesting crew in the field Thurs day. . . If our boys win on the Fourth look out for the explosion follow ing. Preston & Guschewsky nn loaded a car load of headers last week. Curt Redmond expects to move into his new residence Monday. Mrs. C. C. Hickman and Belle Glenn stent Thursday at Mrs. F. Spena's. Geo. Glantz finished a fine job of papering at W. Vanscyoc's house Friday. We anticipate a hot time in the old town about next week JVlon day evening. ' The erreen barn resembled a Coney Island bathing place Tuesday morning. Miss Catherine Walz entertain ed a few of her friends at a birth day party Thursday. Mrs. John Harrison and little son were callers at Mrs. Guschewsky's Tuesday. Many horses and cattle were killed by' lightning during the storms of the past week. - L. Myerly has returned from Topeka where he has been on a jury case for Uncle Sam. Miss Catherine Walz spent the 4th in Wa-Keeney with Mr. and Mrs. C C. Hickman. Now if it would just stop raining for a while we would be as thankful as for its coming. Secure tickets on the grapha phone to be given away at J. Ba chura's on every $35 purchase. The recent storms have been forcible reminders of how power ful the majesty of the Lord is. Misses O'Dwyer and O Toole of Wa-Keeney attended services at St. Michael's church Sunday. This locality will be a busy place by next week and many will be be harvesting this week. Rev. Van left Monday morning I I enroute to Burr Oak. where he is J to deliver the oration on the 4th. Miss Annie Thiel can be found again in her place at Bachura's and all are glad to see her back again. Our boys are booked to play the Wa-Keeney nine the 4th of July and we hope to see them victorious again. Messrs.Kessler and Glenn and Misses Glenn and Lacerte enjoy ed a day at fishing in the Saline Valley last week. F. Walz is steadily recovering from his injury and under the care of Dr. LaCerte he will soon be able to resume work. We witnessed a fall :from the subline to the ridiculous Satur day &nd we certainly enjoyed it even at the expense of the little miss. Mr. Smith has on exhibition at the depot a fine new Netzow piano which can be had very reasonable and is a bargain at any price. Lake Fall In To" is situated between the track and the resi aence ot Ur. LaUerte and is an imposing and beautifull addition to Ainslee Ave. uoiiyer is very bacKward m it's matrimonial line of business but fever once strikes the town it gets it badly and every one says who's next? Services at Saint Michael's church July 7th at 10:30 a. m central time. Catechism at 10 o'clock. Vespers and benedic tion at 7:30 p. m. Fred Hickman has gone to Wa- Keeney to live as he has accepted a position at the Trego store r red and nis wile nave many friends here who regret their departure. . Wedding bells will ring Sun day in the vicinity of Jim Yan da's. Jims many friends con gratulate him in his good luck but wonder at his slyness as very few expected it. ine services at t. jviicnaei s church were solemn and beauti ful and the children did credit to their kind pastor and the beauti ful sermon" they ' were given should ever remain fresh in their menory's. We always knew George Mor ell to be a rustler but we declare we never thought he'd move his house around after his harvest crop. It's a fine idea and a saver on woman's strength and pa tience. f capacity of her beautiful voice. The marriage of Chas. Glenn and Miss Eva LaCerte was sol emnized on Monday at 8.30 A. M, at St. Michael's church and a wedding breakfast followed the cnurcn services an me nome oi her father and was partaken of by the immediate relatives and Mr. Jas. Walsh and wife, Mrs. Millie Walsh and daughter, Mr Gubbins and wife and Mr. J Bachura wife and daughter. A reception was held in the evening at the family home southeast of town in the evening and the- bri dal party and friends spent pleasant evening. The presents were pretty and usefull. Their friends wish them a "bon voy age" through life. We have often remarked -the fondness- Jim Yanda had for fishin" in the past few weeks. but no wonder when he was so lucky the last. time. Please tell us how yon caught her Jim, as others would like to be success ful anglers also. . Mrs. John Glenn's"" niece M. Louise Dunavon made her debut as an opera singer last Thursday evening. M. Louise Dunavon of Pueblo Colo!, niece of Mrs. John Glenn made her first appearance as a vocalist and the Pueblo pa pers recently printed a picture of the young ladv with a verv RIVERSIDE. The river has been up for a week. Wm Nelson and family spent unday with hi. Nelson. tjoi. v eaie or ropeka came up to look after his Trego farm. A family by the name of Shive ly now occupy Fred Bemis' resi dence. If you need any sweet potatoes call on Ed Tunnell about Septem ber 1st. Miss Beulah Garrett of Page creek is spending the week with Rev. J. W. Vanderlip. A. E. Garrett is harvesting With Lee Greer on Thomas Ry- ,an s ranch near McCracken. t Tis said that the railroad sur veyors are coming back from Garden City setting the grade stakes. H. Harlan has finished a survey of township 14, range 21. He did a fine job, satisfactory to every one concerned. n Kinzie Rogers of Cedar Bluffs will be able to supply Trego coun ty with, meat this fall. He has over 100 head of hogs. A musical troupe came through Brownell last Thursday " night and gave an entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Turner attended- They report a fine times Col." J. V. L. Irwin of Cedar Bluffs will act as maid of all work for Riley Page during harvest. The colonel is an all around man. Call on him when in peed of a cook (or railroad promoter). Altogether we think we will have as good a crop as any com munity in the county. Enoch Nelson leads easily, his wheat will probably make from 15 to 20 bushels per acre: Sam Roan tree also has some fine wheat. A horrible accident occured in our community some time since. I. W. Lovitt while returning home from calling on his best girl be came suddenly aware that "a ca nine of the bull terrier variety was annexed to the bosom of his trousers. With a yell of terror he whirled but the brute held on. Acting on the principle that one good turn deserves another, he whirled again. This" time the cloth and the man parted compa ny, .tliereupon 1. W. charged upon the dog, shot him down in following is taken from session laws of 1907 and should be of interest to our farm ers. The breeding up of wheat varities and the . introduction -of new kinds is something which should . attract the attention of the Kansas farmer. A change of the kind of wheat often results in a good crop and the conditions should be studied. Read the following article carefully and then experiment a little during the coming year: ; Section 1. The board of re gents of the State Agriculture College, locatecTat Manhattan, Kan., shall thoroughly investi gate the quality of seed wheat found in Europe or elsewhere, especially adapted to and desira ble for sowing in Kansas, and if a satisfactory quality is found, they shall notify the board of county commissioners of the sev eral "counties in the state of Kan sas when a satisfactory quality and quantity can be purchased, and give the probable cost per bushel delivered at the county seats of the several counties in the state. Sec- 2. The board of county commissioners of the several countries which are interested shall give at least thirty days' in the ofheial papers of their respec tive counties setting forth that seed wheat can be imported un der the supervision of the board of regents of the State Agricul ture College, and will be for " sale to applicants at the actual cost thereof, stating what such cost will probably be,- and that all who are desirous of purchasing imported seed wheat shall make application for and obtain for cash the quantity they desire, which shall not be in excess of twenty-five bushels for each head of a family or household. - Sec. 3, Every applicant for seed wheat shall be required to deposit with the county commis sioners of msieouHty the amount of cash required to pay for the wheat that he applies for, and to statein writing, on blanks fur nished by the board of regents of the State 'Agriculture college, that he or she is a bonafi.de resident of the county of Kansas frbm which he applies for seed wheat and he has the year past, and that he has the necessary ground on which to sow said wheat and proper tools and teams for seeding and harvesting the same, and that he will properly sow the same and harvest the crop tnerefrom, together with such other information as may be required by the said board of the State Ariculture College, and will make such report on the said seed and its products as may be required. Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the board of county commission ers, or some one whom they may designate of several . counties of the state to make requisition upon the board of regents of the agriculture college for such amounts of seed as may have been ordered under this act, and to remit to the said board of re gents the money therefor: and thereupon, on receipt of said re quisition and money, - the said seed shall be produced, and ship ped direct to the county commis sioners for distribution. Sec. 5. The board of county commissioners shall receive the sum of two dollars per day for the" time actually employed in carrying out the provisions Of this act; provided, such compen sation shall not exceed in any one year the sum of twelve dollars for each commissioner: the same to be paid by their respective coun ties. Constipation causes headache. nausea, dizziness, languor, heart palpitation. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Regulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask your druggist. Thousands of people, are daily suffering with kidney and blad der troubles dangerous ail ments that should be checked promptly. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are the best remedy for back aches, weak kidneys, inflammation of the bladder. Their action is prompt and sure. A week's treatment for 25 cents. Sold by W. W. Gibson. ue una J ime is siooui But still that Granary hasn't been built, nor the old one fixed up and put in shape for the new crop. Don't you think it's about time you were getting busy and attending to it ? Of course you'll want a little lumber and building material of different kinds ; and you'll want the most and best you can get for your money, too; won't you? Then let us make you an estimate , before buying else - . where. We have just what you need-and will make you lowest prices. The Hardman Lumber Co. J The Wa-Keeney State Bank. 1907-1885,, we are 22 years old. $25,000 Capital. $25,000 Surplus, a general banking business. Safety deposit boxes. Insurance in all branches. We - have We have We do We rent We sell HARVEST HANDS Are generally treated pretty well, but How About Your Horses? Could You Use Some Fly Nets or Horse Covers? We have just received a large stock, and the prices are right. All kinds of harness repairs. First class team and single harness ROSS tk WALDO, OGALLAH V - - - - - KANSAS - Headquarters for - Farming Implements, Gang Plows, Cream Separators, Stack ers, Sweep Rakes, Mowers, and repairs for all kinds of - , , Machinery and Implements. C. T3.-3TETTEII, Manager. Hello ! Laundry. v. Take your laundry to J. J. Hyde's Bar ber shop, agent tor the Abilene Steam Laundry. All work guaranteed. Phone 70. J. J. HYDE. 'A as. Rogers , - 5Reaf dstate and, -business opportunities of every description bought and sold. Write me at - -iLlJVSOM - - - - KdJVSiS Rock salt for sale at the Hard man Lumber Co. flattering compliment as to the cold blood. (Obituary next week). Pickled pork at Baker's.