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I will sell at public auction at
block north and five blocks east of court house, on -.
Tuesday, October 29. 1907,
commencing at one o'clock, the following described property:
1 sorrel gelding, 8 years old,
weight 1200 lbs.
1 gray mare, 9 years old,
weight 1250 lbs. ,
1 gray gelding, 9 years old,
weight 1500 lbs.
1 span of matched drivers,
bays, 5 years old, weight 1000
1 gray mare, weight 1000 lbs.
'. 1 bay gelding, weight 1200 lbs.
1 span of mules, four and five
ye.ars old, weight 1000 lbs. each,
well matched.
1 gelding horse, weight 1200
1 mare, weight 1200 lbs.
1 mare and colt.
1 gray 2-year-old filley.
1 extra good milch cow.
Terms A credit of 12 months will be given on all sums of $10
and over, purchaser to give note with approved security bearing 10
per cent interest: 5 per cent discount for cash.
Public Sale.
I will sell at public auction at my residence one mile east and
two and one-half miles north of Wa-Keeney on the old Schmidt
ranch, on -
Tuesday, November 5, 1907,
the following described property:
Six head of horses consisting
1 gray mare, 7 years old, weight
1050 lbs.
1 gray mare, 11 years old,
weight 1200 lbs.
1 yearling mule.
1 bay mare, 8 years old, weight
1350 lbs.
1 span of bay geldings, 7 years
old, weight 1100 lbs.
1 black mare, 5 years old,
weight 900 lbs.
Twenty-one extra good milch
cows ranging from 3 to 6 years
2 yearling heifers.
3 yearling steers.
TERMS A credit of 10 months will be given on all sums over
$10. Sums of $10 and under cash. Purchaser to give note with
approved security bearing 8 per cent interest; 2 per cent discount.
The vice presidents and offi
cers of the Trego County Farm
ers' Institute are requested to
meet at the office of the clerk of
the district court in Wa-Keeney,
Saturday, November 2, 1907, to
arrange for a program for the
Institute December 12 and 13,
By order of the president.
A. T. Greenwood,
Did the Letters
blur while you were reading last
evening's paper? My glasses
make the vision clear. E, F.
Sullivan, optician, at Wa-Keeney
Tuesday, October 29.
Lee Baking Powder
causes a mass of air
bubbles, as fine and pure
as snow, to expand in
the heat of baking, that
raises and lightens cakes
just to your liking.
The pure ingredients
and the proper mixing
of them makes Lee Bak
ing Powder the big win
ner it is today.
Your grocer sells it at
25c per pound can. ' Ask
him also about other
things in the line of
Pure Food
Products A
They aroailPure.Whole
some, Delicious and Most
Economical to use.
Your cholc of Over
Two Thousand Premiums
offered for them.
Send six cents In stamps or
eix coupons for catalog.
my residence in Wa-Keeney, one
1 2-year-old heifer.
1 1-year-old heifer.
12 shoats, weight 50 lbs. each.
3 large brood sows with pigs
by side.
4 shoats, weight 125 lbs. each.
2 shoats, weight 175 lbs. each.
1 large sow, weight 200 lbs.
1 full blood Poland-China male
hog. -
4 dozen Plymouth Rock. hens.
" 1 Champion header new. .
1 John Deere gang plow.
1 Sod disc.
1 open buggy.
1 sod planter.
3 heating stoves.
Some blacksmith tools and
many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
5 steer calves.
1 Short Horn bull.
1 set of heavy work harness
with breeching. One set of light
work harness both sets nearly
1 sulky plow.
1 lister and drill.
1 farm wagon.
1 hay rack and low wagon.
1 spring wagon.
1 buggy.
1 set of blacksmith tools con
sisting of forge, anvil, vice, stock
and dies, tongs and hammar.
Considerable other articles
too numerous to mention.
Free lunch at noon.
Library Notes,
At the last meeting of the
Tourist club the library affairs
were discussed and reports of
the working of other libraries
were listened to.
All libraries instituted by
women's clubs charge their
patrons a dollar a year, experi
ence showing that is the least by
which a library can grow and
As the first year of the exis
tence of the Wa-Keeney Public
Library had now expired, on mo
tion it was voted that the cards
for the year 1907-8 be given out
on payment of fifty cents by
each patron.
All patrons of the Wa-Keeney
Public Library please take notice
all cards now out must be
handed in and new cards will be
issued for the, coming year on
payment of 50 cent3.
Please come prepared to get
your new cards.
This fee entitles the holders of
cards to the use of all libraries
without extra charge. '
Many of the libraries in this
state have been begun in a very
small way by the women's clubs.
Salina opened their library with
only about fifty books and - now
are beautifully .and conveniently
housed in a Carnegie building.
Abilene began small and soon
will erect a handsome Carnegie
Minneapolis women still run
their library themselves.
After hearing of the libraries
and their methods, we can take
new heart and courage that we
are in the right way and not a
whit behind the best of them,
considering the time we have
been at work.
Mother's Meetina November 15.
Program for mothers' meeting
Friday, November 15, at 3:45.
Home habits of children and
their relation to school Mrs.
Hille, Mrs. Long, Miss Wonner.
Pupils recreation outside of
school hours Mrs McNair,
Mrs. Gibson, Mr. Mayo. "
What can parents do that
teacher cannot Miss Philbrook,
Mrs. Wollner, Mrs. Niesley.
Wanted Boarders.
Mrs. W. R. Holmes.
Mr. and
Locust Club Notes.
The Locust club met at the
home of Mrs." Moore last Friday,
October. 18, and a most interest
ing program was rendered. The
subject of the day was "The
Aborigines". Every number on
the program was rendered. Most
excellent and interesting papers
were read by Mesdames Poffen
berger, Hardman, Blair, Woll
ner, Smith and Wonner. Sever
al curios were taken for exhibi
tion. Mrs. Blair also gave some
illustrations on the piano of the
early Indian music. The hostess
served dainty refreshments.
The Locust club meeting for
November 1st will meet with
Mrs. Basil Roloson instead of
Mrs. Gleason. Let the club
members take notice of this
changed date.
Sunday School Convention.
Program for convention held
at Mt. Pleasant November 3rd,
10:30 a. m. Song by conven
tion. -Prayer
Rev. J. W. Vanderlip.
Sdhg arid praise service
Elihu Allman.
S. S. organization and its bene
fits J. H. Niesley.
Song Sunday School.
The home department, its aim
and its results Mrs. R. C. Wil
son. , -Conference.
Song Riverside S. S. -Noon.
Recitation Neva Joseph.
The primary department and
what it can do Miss Edith
Scott. ,
Song and recitations by the
Recitation Miss Ethel Gullett.
The normal department, what
and why Mrs. C. D. Smith.
Why the S. S. Miss White.
Some things which are detri
mental to the- S. S. and how to
overcome them.
Recitation Miss Ida Haug.
What benefits do we derive
from our' township meetings
three or four three-minute talks
by members of S. S.
Why I am in the S. S J, H.
Adjourned. . -
E. W. Allman, F. II. Curtis,
Twp. Pres. Twp. Sec.
Mrs. Olin F. Cheney Dead.
This morning a gloom was cast
over our city when the news was
spread that Mrs. Olin F. Cheney
passed away last night at 7:30
o'clock. She h.ad been a great
sufferer for years but five weeks
ago she took decidedly worse
and though all care and medical
aid possible were given her it
was to no avail and last night
after a day of terrible agony the
end came. Funeral services
conducted by Rev. H. O. Holter
will be held at the house at 2:30
p. m. tomorrow followed by in
terment in the Belleville ceme
tery. Emma Kennedy was born in
Waverley, Morgan county, 111.,
August 1, 1854, and died at her
home in Belleville October 2,
1907, aged 53 years, 2 months,
and 1 day.
She was married to Olin F.
Cheney at Cuba, Kans., July 4,
1873 and to this union f out chil
dren were born, Mrs. Robert
Mcllvane, Mrs. Dr. Decker and
Lawrence and Flossie Cheney all
of whom survive her.
She was a loving mother and
faithful wife and her friends
were numbered by her acquaint
ances. - .
A number of years ago she
united with the Methodist church
and remained a true and faithful
member until her death. Besides
husband and children she leaves
four sisters Mrs. Fannie E. Pit
ner and Mrs. Mary E. Thomas
both of this city, Mrs. Hattie
Ingham of Garden City and Mrs.
Mattie Ross of Los Angeles,
Cal., and one brother, George
W. Kennedy of Cuba, and a host
of friends to mourn her loss.
Belleville Freeman.
The deceased will be remem
bered by many old readers of
World who extend symyathy to
those bereaved
In most cases consumption re
sults from a neglected or im
properly treated cold. Foley's
Honey and Tar cures -the most
obstinate coughs and prevents
serious results. It costs you no
more than the unknown prepara
tions and you should insist upon
having the genuine in the yellow
package, w. w. o ib son.
For sale Large folding bed
(new). R. EL Burns.
Kansas City Market Report. '
Kansas City Stock Yards. Oct.
22nd, 1907.
The cattle market has" a lower
tendency this week with the ex
ception of stockers and feeders,
which are selling steady.' A big
run of rangers at Chicago yes
terday had a bad influence, and
there is also a disposition all over
the feeding section to posh cat
tle on the market in an immature
condition, that have been on feed
a short time, or were being fed
corn on the grass, becanse of the
recent advances in the price of
corn. Supply here today is 17,
000 head. Range cattle are com
ing freely and will likely keep on
coming till a bad storm stops
shipping. In spite of the ad
vance in corn prices, feeder buy
ers are active here this week,
and trade in this line has been of
the customary large volume
right along. Prime fed steers
are scarce on the general mar
ket. Some fancy fat steers that
were on exhibition at the Royal
show here last week sold Fri
day at $7.75 to $8.25, but the top
otherwise was $6.90. Best price
today is $6.60, with a fairly large
number of fed steers at $6.00 to
$6.60, half feed steers at $5.25 to
$6.00, grass steers-$3.75 to $5.25,
cows $2.75 to $3.50, heifers $3.00
to $4.25, bulls $2.40 to $3.75,
veals up to $6.50, heavy calves
$3.25 to $4.50, stock steers $3.00
to $4.40 feeders $3.75 to $4.75.
Some show steers in the range
division of the Royal sold at $4.75
to $5.35 to go back to the coun
try. October cattle receipts
will show a gain over the same
month last year, but are not
quite as heavy as during Sep
tember this year.
Tne hog market is breaking
badly this week, market off 5 to
15 cents both yesterday and to
day, top today $6.15, bulk $6.00
to $6.10. The heavier weights
are coming to the front rapidly,
and all weights sell pretty close
together where quality is equal.
A good many inferior light hogs
sell under $6.00, and pigs $5.75
to $5.90. Receipts are gradually
increasing here, 49,000 here - last
week, and 12,000 today, which is
about 20 per cent heavier than
the supply was running a year
ago at this time.
Sheep and lambs are coming
in moderate numbers, and the
market is firm. A large propor
tion of receipts are sold for the
country, demand for which class
holds up good. Feeding lambs
bring $6.00 to $6.60, wethers and
yearlings $4.75 to $5.40, breeding
ewes $4.25 to $5.75. Fat lambs
bring $7.00 to $7.35, some fancy
wethers yesterday at $5.75, ewes
up to $5.35. The range season
will close early in November. No
fed stuff has been offered yet
this fall.
J. A: Rick art,
L.S. Correspondent.
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve is good for little
burns and big burns, small
scratches or bruises and big
ones. It is healing and soothing.
Good for piles. Sold by w. w.
We will give ten
thousand dollars
for a five cent cigar
- equal to the Mono
gram. Kansas
smokers to be the
judge. The Mono
gram is for sale by
all first-class deal
ers and is the best
five cent cigar on
Watson, Durand-Kasper
Grocery Company,
Snaps in Dirt.
Here Are BARGAINS That Can't Be Duplicated
North half of northeast quarter, 34-12-24, (80 acres), 38 acres in
cultivation, 50 acres nice smooth upland, 12 to 15 acres nice bottom,
balance good pasture land. 7 miles southwest of Wa-Keeney,
worth $15.00 per acre .-.; $900.00
- North half of the northeast quarter, 6-11-25 (80 acres), all but
about 8 acres nice and smooth, 30 acres fine bottom land, about 6
miles north of Collyer, worth $20.00 per acre. This would make a
fine home; plenty of good water . .Price, $1000.00
' Southwest quarter, 34.-11-22, all nice and smooth, except about
10 acres; 7 miles northeast of Wa-Keeney, and 4 miles norfhwest
of Ogallahand is worth $18.00 to $20.00 per acre . ...Price, $2240.00
Southwest quarter, 24-13-24, all nice and smooth, about 40
acres good bottom land, plenty of good blue stem bay, fine alfalfa '
land, about 10 miles southeast of Collyer, worth
$3000.00 1 ; . Price, $2240.00
- South half of the southeast quarter and south half of the
southwest quarter, 24-11-23, three-fourths good' wheat land, some
fine hay and alfalfa land ' a snap at $11.00 per A.
North half of the northwest quarter and northwest quarter of
northeast quarter, 28-14-23, (120 acres), worth $15.00 per
acre . Price, $12.50 per-A.
North half of southwest quarter, 18-12-22, all nice smooth land .
and all, except about 10 acres in cultivation, about 4 miles south.
east of Wa-Keeney, this is a fine tract, worth $2000 Price $1750
. Northwest quarter, 9-11-23, one of the finest quarters of land
in the county, none better, living water, 5 1-2 miles north of Wa
Keeney, no waste land, over half bottom, good corn and alfalfa land
worth $35.00 per acre Price, $30.00 per A.
A good frame dwelling, (6 rooms) cellar, cistern, etc., in Wa
Keeney, all in good repair, two lots, within one block of business
center, and one . block of the Public Square, worth '
$1500.00 ... Price, $1250.00
Three fine business lots on a good corner, finest location in Wa
Keeney for a hotel, one block from the depot and one from the "
court house, worth $1500.00, a fine paying investment at
that price .. ,..... Price, $1000.00
-Two of the best located resident (corner) lots in Wa-Keeney,
will bear, investigation, at $500.00 for both ..Price, $400.00 -
Two nice lots in Wa-Keeney, with $150.00 worth improve
ments Price, $225.00
Two nice resident (corner) lots, close in, in Hays City, worth
$500.00 Price, $325,000
, The most complete line of - .
ever brought to Wa-Keeney and our prices are right.
Agents for .
VICTOR Talking Machine and Records.
We make PICTURE FRAMES to order.
Complete line of TRUNKS and VALISES-
Wa-Keeney " Kansas.
A H. BLAIR, Pres.
Capital,' $25,000.00.
Wa-Keeney, Kansas.
Results this month, next month,
and every month in the yemr. and
then results every ysar for many
years to come. We never offer an
article unless we know it is reliable
-in every way. We guarantee ail
our Roods, and if they don't Rive
complete satisfaction we want you
to tell us about it. We don't say
guarantee just for the sake of say
ins it. we mean it. So if you need
anything in the Jewelery line a
or any other article you will find us
a safe and reliable place to buy and
at the right price.
DR. 0. F. B0HMAN,
' ' -P
E N T 1 8 T
Offici Hocrs;
1:30 TO 5:00 P. M.
Office in Jones' building opposite
the Postoffice.-
Vice Pres.
F. S. DIEBOLD, Cashier.
Thomas A. Edison, the great
American inventor, says "Fully .
eighty percent of the illness of .
mankind comes from eating im
proper food or too much food;
people are inclined to over-in--
dulge themselves." This is '
w here indigestion finds itsbe
ginning in nearly every case.
The stomach can do just so much
work and no more, and when ,
you overload it, or when you eat
the wrong kind of food, the di
gestive organs cannot possibly
do the work demanded of them.
It is at such times that-the
stomach needs help; it demands
help, and warns you by head.-
aches, belching, sour stomach, .
nausea and indigestion. Yon
should attend to this at once by
taking somethingthat will actual
ly do the work for the stomach.
Kodol will do this. It is a com
bination of natural digestants
and vegetable acids and contains ,
the same juices ' found in a
healthy stomach. It is pleas
ant to take. It digests what
you eat. Sold by w. w. gibson.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure
any case of kidney trouble that
is not beyond medical aid. -w
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