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an J strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powdex So does France So does Germany The safe of alum foods has been made fllesal in Washington and I he District of Columbia, and alum Wng powders are everywhere recognized aa injurious. To protect yourself against alum, when, ordering baking powder. y and be sure you net RovaL . . O Royal is the only Baking Powder made i.-oia ioyi UTEpeueamot 1 artar. It aHHs in h i i .L r i uc ut sue locg. COLLYtR. . The spring crops are growing Mr. Hobl's new store is fast rearing completion. Mrs. Herrick and friend spent : Saturday in Collyer. CoHyer is badly in need of a permanent physician. The recent showers have been gladly welcomed by all. O. Eaton returned Wednesday from his visit to Wilson. Frank Yanda and family are soon to locate in Denver. Chas. Thiel and family spent Sunday afternoon in Voda. Miss Nemier, of Quinter, spent Easter with Collyer friends. Jas. Hawkes, of Banner, was a visitor at John Glenn's, Monday. ( The Easter novelties this year were very dainty ana of many va rieties. -Joe Razak was all smiles Sat urday, as he met her before the -sun went down. If you want to see Chas. Glenn smile just call him "dad" and then run for your life. 'Landlord Briggs always has Mn hand a fresh supply of lettuce radishes and tomatoes. The Baptist and Congregation al churches had Easter programs iind were well attended. Mr. and Mrs. P. Acre have the i sympathy of their many friends in the death of their son last Fri day. Mrs. Simmons, our new mil liner, has the sympathy of the -community in the sad death of her mother. Verily did all the lar)i 'Sunday, as the Easter-tide was so beautiful that the new hats i siot an airing. - Our new milliner, Mrs.1 Sim mons, did a rushing trade Sat urday, and her millinery open ing was largely attended. The little f olks of the Protes tant churches were remembered hy lovely Easter cards, and those of the Catholic church were treated to oranges and candy Easter eggs by their good pastor. Wheat is the rain B. Grim bought two listers of Wm. Cox. Wm. Cox visited at W. D. Aus tin's. Sunday. , J. Krhut is boarding at the Hotel de Voda. Stradal Bros, bought two lis ters of Wm. Cox. J. Krhut is unloading lumber for R. Kirkendall. R. Kirk bought a lister from Wm. Cox, Saturday. Owen Scanlon was using our sidewalks, Saturday. J 1m Zeman delivered wheats to the elevator. Saturdav. JJ. Roach and familv visited at. A. Kirkendall's. Sunriav A. Kifkenrlflll will ervrvn bons his hardware store under roof. Hammett & Bacon are putting up a windmill for A. Kirkendall It has set the whole world a thinking upon it all doctors, as one, agree; " The tonic all your friends is tak- j ingis, Is Hollister's Rocky Mountain m J. ea w. w. GIBSON. W1LLC0X. IMPORTED FREXCII PEKCHEBOS STALLION" naGftrlnllAn T .. 1.1 . 1 . . - -. - , ; - ........ it a ,,.,y It TOW n With STjir In forehead, coming 4 vors 1d. height txn una Hftin n PfKiicrrffl Rrihrm wu j ci-aJ 1 r.a. , . " - .-si i v i t iisLun it'll. . was. ISVCM 1 ir WittZJ. Will m La I Im iu sj-vk r irau j m Ttrmxila Insure colt to stand and iir . . v . ", "r removed from the iiRigrrborlioort will bo considered with " r, "7,V"r. '"t P'iX. service fee. vice of the-horsc. Car.) will be taken to ire- Lh lS. win not oe responsible w. n. riAsnT. " x Owner. Saline Valley Ranch. A. H- BLAIR. CASHIER C. R. HILLE, ASST. CASHIER V Capital '$25,000.00. TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK GENERAL BANKING . Wa-Teeney, Kansas. H J.J-IILLE W. B BAKER DIRECTORS. W. J. SK ELTON F. s. DIEBOLD A. H BLAIR PhilinKrW r.1 "-CVUn?analami visited . , , V , " " "" ania. woersn ag's Sundav tended chnrp.h at. Pllvor Snw. . " - attended church at Collyer, Suri- uay. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hockman vis ited at Mr. Countryman's, Sun day. A. G. Schwanbeek wrs tmna. acting business , in Quinter, Monday. W. A. Mono- shinned af cattle to Kansas City the first oi xne ween. Misses Anna. T?.na tfam.'to and Mattie Thiel were Voda call ers, Sunday. The Misses KiT-lronrlall 1.1 become expert horseback riders since they came to Voda. Mr. Robbins nf Wnl tor lO in the city looking for a location for a grocery and dry goods store. Ernest FTil 1 m an anrl wife o tertained a few friends at rUnno- last Sunday. They are royal en tertainers and evervbodv had a good time. A. Kirkendall has ordered boxes for our rural route, and persons wanting them can get them with their name on at a cost of Si. 25. The Sundav school at dist.T-irt No. 22 rendered a fine Easter program last Sunday. The music was excellent and Mrs. Henderson is certainly a fine musician. W. W. Gibson, the telephone man, is stringing the " neighbor hood south of Voda with tele phones. Gibson will soon have one of the best svstems in the west, and he erives his natmnc good service. A. J. Gullett. and T? mvj -aXW-rV- some made a trip to Wa-Keenev ln "ITf J 1 J man Kunesaay. John Blocksome is here from Colorado. He thinks he will move back to his farm next fall. We had a fine rain last Thurs day night and wheat looks much improved. It nut a hr-wi amii on tne tarmers face. Chas. Smith has been here for a week or two, but returned to ococc county, where be and his wife will make their future home. Art Hazen and wifo ani t r - wtuvi . vy. Milholland and familv visitor! at J. F. Hazen's, Sunday. Frank .uyons was a pleasant caller in tne afternoon. Gene Holmes is building a new stone nouse. This shows that people are prospering in this country. We think Kansas is tne place to live. Miss Lilly Young and Miss Jtiattie Benson and her brother lister visited at J. C. Milhol land's Friday and Saturday and loom; me examination at Bethel. sW-jaaci'.iSaawgr Westminster Chime docks. Genuine Mahosanv genuine Marqueterie; height 17 1-2x13 1-2 inches; rich gold 8 and silver ornamented dial lOxfi im-w with u; S and new shut-off for silent and chime; beveled glass; eight xv,.cluculJ, siriKes inn Westminster chimes at the quarter hour and hour on fine tube staffs rm, . . . . . --a. J- a--i iiXIJJ.CS Ul tone is unsurpassed. This is probably the finest clock that ever came to this town. Price $40. Othor r.iL-o ti vtuvnij fA OiiXU. UJ. W. E. CRABILL, JEWELER. tVai-jrrrArv An Insidious Dancer One of the worst features of Kianey trouble is that it is an. in sidious disease and before the victim, realizes his danger he may nave a fatal malady. . Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as it corrects ir regularities and pre vents Brights ujseastj ana aiaoetes. w. w. GIBSON. TREGO CENTER. 8 Miles Northwest of Wa-Kiniv MY HORRF! VfiTrvn riTTTiv PER will make the season $5.00 to insure a colt. MY JACK M 0"M A nvf A 11 make the season $10 to insure a COID. "Mares disnospd 0"f fit TsOTYl-TTa. from the neighborhood will be consiaerea with foal and the owner must nav service fee Mare and colt will stn.nH cmnrl -fn-r- service of the horse Care will he talron . . . ' f-"'-"" accidents,- out will not be re- sponsioie snould any occur. , W . 1'. UTTLECHILD, Owner. Fire Engine eeeeccMiu l M5 8 LS J ust received at the BOOK STORE a large assortrrfent of new and up-to-date wall paper prices S Cmte in a.nd examine our excellent line of riaviland China, samnloo rf i; . . . , . . . , -"me utuci eui patxerns irom which to choose. Let us have your order. We can pleale von A. E. BAMBERG, CONTRACTOR 6c BUILDER. Plans and specifications furnished on application. All work guaranteed. WA-KEENEY KANSAS The reception given Wednes day evening in honor of Miss Nannie Glenn by her pupils and friends at the home of her sister, : Mrs-J. Kessler, was a very pleas ant affair and was attended by a large number of friends and relatives. Dainty refreshments vere served which all enjoyed. ,Iollist?r's - Rocky Mountain lea never fails to tn a tha -ach, purify the blood, regulate K,uueJs. liver and bowels. Tlie greatest spring tonic, makes ,-luu Keeps you well. 35 cents, -m. m j. aoieis. w. V. GIBSON. Woman loves a rlear complexion. Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood, clears the skin, restores ruddy, sound health. SOUTH TREGO. Kay-fever Slvs CreatsI Balm Sure to Cive Satisfaction. CIVE8 RELIEF AT ONCE. elenses, soothes, heals and protects the diased membrane resting frrnSh S. ?Wa 001,1 e Head qniT estoes the Senses of Taste and SrneU.' asy to rise Contains no injurious druRs Applied into the nostrils and absorbed, iarye Size, 60 cents at IWgista or W inail. Liqnid Cream Balm for u atomizers, 75 cents. . m ELY BROTHERS, 56 Wur.,, SU Nw fork. Pete Hubbert was a business caller at Wa-Keeney this week. Services are now held in the new church every Sunday at 2 p. m. Harry and L. J. Smith were county seat business visitors, Friday. Mrs- J- Snyder went home Monday to attend to home duties for a few days. Mrs. Gould, of Ellis, is here caring for Mrs. HoohW sv, is an experienced nurse. Mr. and Mrs. K. Miles now possess a future voter- in tv.Q5 family who arrived Friday. Dr. Herrick made two calls at Mrs. Hoobler's th patient seems to be improving lately. T. Garnett was a business call er m the neisrhborhrwi iQti,r He was accompanied by his wife's brother. Mrs. Benisch has suffered from a bady injured hand the past few weeks which she is stiu unable to use. Mr. Uurtright wDl do the mason ana carpenter work on J. Benisch's house, -and the car pentry on J. Holmes' house. Miss Bessie Rogers and Chas. Rogers attended church services at Rausom. Rnndar T'K., dinner guests at C. I. Miller's. Mrs. Olive MnTntnch ro J4. sick several days this week, but is recovering. Her little sr. ic visiting at his Uncle Joe Snyder's. Mrs. A. McKinlev's fatlin mother. Mr. and fVs Rir, - " -v. 11UUI Kusseir county, arrived Satur day tor a visit. They will go to Gove county later to visit their son, Julius Sitz. The Stevens familv ic v.nnn '-7 WUJJ- ing the new house which is near ly Com Dieted. Their ar. comers from Russell county and have resided on their nnai-t section but three weeks. Mr. Wagner and family from Geo. HobhirV anrl rio-. trin . . . " u W. JlVUlJ rosy weie in mis vicinity, Monday. Mrs. Brown is papering her nouse this week. Chas. Hobbick was a caller this neighborhood, Sunday. , Mr.' Brown and Mr. Dean went to Ellis the first of the weeic. ft IK B SI a m in NOTICE. We, the undersigned business men of Collyer, Kans., agree to close our places of business at 8 ociock p. m. central-time, to rase effect May 1, 1908, and con- miiut; untu iurtner petitioned- sf ""I tt: i . - - nicKman, A. s. Richard son, C. R. and Hattie J. Kirbv. "U11U ouppiy jo., joe Ba etiura, P. J. Gubbins, E. P. Chan man, Joseph Hobl, Preston & uuscnewsky, I. M. Yost Milling Registered Missouri Mammoth Jack- CIm. 17 at r,i i.. a . . '-' uukiiicj (a a. iHsmmiiLn ja.(ir Tnn reari0l1r coIor biltuk with mealy points, be has extra heavy bone, is well mu seeled, a flnA ntwlf anrl a Knl 3 tt stands 15 hands hipli. i dis nne jhck wi I make the season of 1908 rrJ "VU.U" lne caiine river- 10 miles i. 1; .r .-iinjjr. ,e Kinuiy solicit the attent ion and nsuect nn nf mnla h.H era. We believe his J tulr will moat tKa nriivn I nf mnu tv 1 a- - - "'"'"I SnOUUUni. l faf B Mk .a 4 aaIsV lit a. a J A . . io auuiuib wm siiiou guoa rorme service of the horse. Mares disposed of or mnwurl rawM . v a , . ,V Ji uciKiiuuruoou win oe con siaerea with foal aad owner must pay ser- r V r. . ' ' w -a"-ea w prevent ac cidents, but will not be responsible should H. W. FINCH, Owner xne wise man built liis house upon the rock, but the wisest man ' of all builds his house upon I IDEAL CONCRETE FOUNDATION BLOCKS I Manufactured by g FELLER & ELLEKMEYEK. 8 WA-KEENEY - - . . . . Tr..5 If you want Durability and Beautv the best prices see us. 1 COLIN 48371. Owned by the Wa-Keeoey' Horse Breed er a Association. Letter to Mr. Harry Gearhart, Wa-Keeney, Kans. Dear Sir: You'd strike it rich ii you couia una a way to shave your customers in less time, for less cost, and make the shave iasi twice or three times as lonsr iuu woman c snave the same person so many times, or get so much of his money, but the whole town would be talking nkn.U T . - . awui, you, ana every Doay .would come to you for a shave. - ' Devoe lead-and-zinc is exactly that in paints. It takes fewer gallons and it wears longer. Costs less for the job, and you aon t have to . do it again for years and years six years at least. . - "Fewer gallons; wears longer." Takes fewer gallons to paint a house with Devoe lead-and-zinc than with mixed paints; and it wears longer than mixed paints or lead and oiL ' Yours truly, P. W. Devoe & Co New York. Chinae-n. K"a.na CM-rr P..S. Verbeck & Lucas sells our paint. . Possesses marvelous curative powers,, removes all disorders, makes health, strength and flesh. After taking Hollister'a Rocky Mountain Tea you'll realize the wonderful good it does. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets, w. w. gibsox. Pickled pork at Baker's. j ( '.-.1 in l KI -. 1- I... ....J 1 , . .... n .... ..... VI I H. I Ir J 1 .1. linn wolwhlnnr 1 -Jl U 1 . . : . . . guw acbiun sou a kooq -..u.l u v Hi.- n. . 1 . i . book is and in the French herd book as IwiFU II t. I . .. ,i I I .1 . . I 1." j ij - " 1 t-uo very oesc, run- , . ,7 " ' ' J ' ' iiiiu v.oi i t t) bull pedieree shown on reanest. Snni hundred of his colts can be seen in this uL-aiiiy . nis recora is su per cent with foal. Ulll n. .1.. . . u . . ..... sasvii v. i idvo -Tii'uuay ana Tuesday at the farm of Ernest Mnsseman. 3 miles nnrt hanEt nf V U n .1 .1 nesdar, Thursday. Friday and Saturday at Sfa.a.t.z ham (. u.. Terms $13 to insare colt to stand and SUCk. Mares dlsimsfl1 nf rum.. v..H tm the neighborhood will be considered with foal and the owner must pay service fee. Mare and colt will stand good for the ser- ' " v.snj win w laKen h nmvront mMnnfa Kn. .11 . 1 sible should any occur. Wi-Knm HORSE Bhbbdkr's Associa- tiub. uwners. r Ebkkst MossRiAu. Keeper. " ( - Thia Mar Istarast Tau trOUDie. SO Hist, rpmpmhor t-.rtnt. Foley's Kidney Cure will stop the irregularities and cure,ny case of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine, w. w. gib son. V Agents "Wanted 16x20 crayon portraits 40 cents, frames 10 cents and up, sheet pictures one Cent PBArl "Von an maVo AfiTi per. cent profit or $36.00 per wee k. tjaiaiogue ana samples fre TPvr a Tiir W Wit t t a mci sV-s " 1208 W. Taylor Stl, Chicogor,Ili! ETir.IL, Fire, Lightning:. Tornado I IM S U R A IM C E A WISE sailor has an anchor to windwara in face of a storm because the weather has a terrible meaning to him in dollars and cents. Why don't you do the same by insuring -in an absolutely reliable Insur ance Company that will give you peace of mind, besides positive protection? Mutual" insurance mmnrtloc not do this. The , - Northwestern Fire and Marine Insurance Co., ' MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., HAS Assets over - - - $700,000 Capital paid in Cash 300,000 Surplus over - - - 200,000 Its every, policy is thus guaranteed by a Surplus to policy holders of over One-half Million Dollars. Remem ber that the poorest investment on earth is cheap insurance. Be Wise Be Prompt. DO IT NOW Tomorrow may be too late. W. 1ST. LARABEE, Agent. Dlfta. 811 to SI5 WALflUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. Tile Old Ba-llabl Doctr r )ldt In . ...1 in-a .-. resrnlar Oradnale In Bledic.m. Oitr 33 Tears' fepoelal uracti tfawr SO VMSt,.. In tfsn.B. fl. ' - ESTABLISHED I8D7. AathorlzedbTtha PI,rnjA -,-,, ,J eSl - n;- . wmuiiiw, niiuuo auu ojjswai uioeacBiri State to treat all a fusranicOT or money reiocafa. ah medicines furnished mercury or injurious medicine, naed. Ko detcaiiun from business P: treated by mail and express. Medicines sent everywhere, free from II Charges low Over 60.000 cases cared. Age and experience are ims Seminal Weakness Sexual Debility, orVS." " follies xft excess causing night losses sad loss of sezusl power, pimples and blotches on the rmce, confused iieat. snd fom-eiruliiess. bssbfnlness sod s vers. on to society. ctr, cured for lire. I stop night losses, restore sezasl power, nerve snd iv"i,i, cmi (a uvi it;nKiaea wean parts ud make you fit rot marriage. Send fa fra. ftaAAb . -a4 l- a w s miuu Oa WI 4UCB ttUUA. C4riifiiiA Rsdlcslly enred with -r- .WO . W eW l.fk All medicines furnished ready for se no Charges, low . Over 60.000 cases cared. Ag VnV VxrTe'nce are Vmnort .S-NSR eaae aaa aena lor terma. Consultation free and conaoential, personal!; or by Ielter Hydrocele and Srr3uj riillliuais ordanger Book free. Varicocele Enlarged reins in the ! . scrotum -causing aer tous debility, weakness of the seiual sjs tem. etc . permanently cured crithout pain. SvnhillS Toat frrlble dt.ease. In Bilita forms onS stages cured for life. Bio-d poisoning and ail private diseases permanently cured BOOK botl1 ex-BB pages. l . ' Plctnres. with full description of m,I"' diseases, the effects and cure, seat aea'ed in plain wron-ifr-free C aaumB;oll:r ti.l-tormiOsai seat " MuaetiM oc Amatomv ros Ms rallitle Home .n aa n deteat lou-f rom business. Cure guaranteed. doo mu iut 01 queatuiDS tree aeat aeaied and Gleet -f; I: !. 4i i J Fresh pork at Baker's. Subscribe for World.