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The effect of malaria lasts a long time.
You catch cold easily or become run down because of the after effects of malaria. Strengthen yourself It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system. ALU DRUGGISTS s KlVERSlDt. Wheat is looking better. Some rain on Monday and Tuesday. Add. Rountree is listing corn this week. Ralph McKenzie is working for Prank Edwards. . Claude Keyes is working for John Allman this week. Charley Turner was hauling feed from John Allman's last Monday. Miss Ethel Allman came home last. Snndav to stav nn Hot- Haim returning to Greensburg, Tues day. Mrs. N. H. Giffin is acting as a ep mother to about 150 incuba tor chickens. The incubator got scared at a black cat with the re sult that 16 of the chickens are birth marked with black heads. Last Saturday at Brownell oc curred the most fascinating ball i game of the season between the Riverside Coyotes and the Brow nell Bat Busters. The Coyotes manfully held the Bat Busters down to 38 runs and then run in 8 scores just to show the Bat Busters that they could. The Coyotes, of course, can explain it, how it all happened, etc. They say that if they had played on their own diamond on Page creek the game would have been different. On the home diamond the pitcher stands in about four feet of water and on a still day the batsman seeing the pitcher's reflection thinks there are two pitchers, therefore yets rattled. The home players are used to the seeming optical illusion and it don't affect them in the least. All we can say is that like politi cians its a mighty poor ball play-; er that can't get some satisfac tion of defeat. A big cut or a little cut, small scratches or bruises or big ones . a?e healed quickly by De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. It is especially good for piles. Get T-l TT: 4-4- V. -.1 ,1 iit tit -m SON. - BLOODY RUN RAMBLES. No one has been seen in "Hide Park" just around the tsrrace of late. . The weather continues and we believe the "Rush" is over. Yes, we know he is. H. W. Finch is putting up a new windmill. Progress and imnrovpinpnt evervwhere in our city. Charley G. says he has lost both his fair charmers, so gen erous hearted Neff says take half of mine, Charley. Ho, there, Mr. Parks, you came to the Run after dark, but kindly remember we have the There's a Picnic at Our House When Ma Buys Pure Food Products All the kids I know just love them. Pa says LEE brand Groceries are the only kind to use and if Ma buys any other kind Pa , swears. r Sister and I save the' coupons and we are going to get a nice present for Ma with them. . See that the Lee Trade " Mark, is on the labels. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS ith Scott wi 50c. AND Sl.OO. "Best' eyes in the country. This is a lamentation of a west side Run "It is sweet to court, but oh: how bitter to court a girl and then not get her." I think it must be a "bitter-sweet. George says the big house has a spooning room." Were you i ever in it-George? If so, please explain as we do not know the meaning of the above expression. ' Every daisy in the dell knows my secret, knows it well, and yet I do not dare tell," says J. F. but we think he will summon up courage to tell her when the meloncholy days are over. It hath been said by them of olden times, "A little child shall lead them." In this case the other fellow lead while the little kid was a close second. But ! by courage so calm that it was ! almost imprudent and by the nicest diplomacy the other fel low slipped in the hen house and the little kid passed on. Mr. and Mrs. Finch and daugh ter were seen leaving the Run Sunday morning driving those spirited bays. Now, Uncle Wes ley, we do not want this to hap pen again. I mean wedo not want you to drive such a foxy team, you attract too much at tention. We want you to stay in your office and dictate to your stenographer the wants of those five hundred red hogs. Mr. S. L. Bowen, of Wayne, W. Va., writes: I was a suffer er from kidney disease, so that at times I could not get out of bed. and when I did I could not stand straight. I took Foley's I Kidney Cure. One dollar bottle i and part of the second cured me entirely." Foley s Kidney Cure works wonders 'where others are total failures, w. w. gibson. - OGALLAH. H. M. Davidson has moved into his new store building. Mrs. D. Artz returned from her eastern trip Monday. Ross & Waldo have had a very large trade in corn machinery this spring. Miss Grace Pershing and Miss Julia Rinker attended the Mes siah at Lindsborg last Week. The Ogallah school will close next Wednesday with a dinner and probably two ball games. D. B. Fulton has listed part of his land for sale and is thinking of moving to California- His son Ben and his son-in-law George Green will probably run the farm. BASE BALL. The Ogallah Blues played the Ellis High school on the Ellis grounds April 18, with one man short supplied by Chapman of Ellis. The marked contrast be tween the courteous and sports manlike behavior' of the Trego County High school with whom the Blues have so often played and the cursing, howling, mob like conduct of the Ellis crowd was very noticeable to the visi tors. The idea at Ellis seems to be that the way to win. a game of I base ball is to cast aspersions on : the ancestry of the visiting play i ers and umpire, and howl about every decision. The vocabulary of the many shaded audience on j the ,side lines seemed to be prin cipally limited to the above. The people of Ogallah have usually been very generous with their '-patronage and applause when of f ered an Ellis attraction here .but the reception of their ball team-is liable to .cause a frost in i this neighborhood. The score : was 5 to 8 in favor of Ogallah. How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually con stipated. Orino Laxative Fruit ! Syrup cures chronic constipa- " tion by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels. Orino i Laxative Fruit Syrup does not j nauseate or gripe and is mild and i pleasant to take. Refuse substi ! tutes. w. w. gibson. MimHoiiErian COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. Continued from last eefc. w a-iveeney. Ivans. April 6. ISO. Wm. Kelly. juror March term -- s oo Geo. Kulj do do 8 00 w. Mursnau ao no w H. Acre do do 2 00 R. HUle do do 2 00 H. Hockioes do do 8 00 W. Guncbel do do 2 00 '. H. Buroham do do 00 John Kirkner. clerk for county treasur er for Quarter " to w G. G. Marshall, salary for quarter end ing March 31st less lees collected is vj . G. Marshall, stamps and box rent for quarter 10 ft) . J. Keraus. scalp bounty 8 00 . J. Keraus. smoke stack, movinir. jail cells and supplies M 30 Ed. Porter, bailiff S'i days and 2 niuhts March term - L. S. Myerly. 2 days services and ex penses Tax commissioners meetint; at Topeka 82 22 . H. Acre. 15 days assessing Wa-Kee- nev city - 4-- "U . J. Drummond. supper for 12 jurors... 3 0J A. S. Peacock, salary for quarter less fees collected - S. M. Irwin. Printintr delinquent tax notices and stationery w w J. Drummond. salary for quarter end ing March 31st 200 00 Wa-Keeney Independent, printing bar docket notice, school lana sale ana stationery 18 15 C. E. Ridgway. fees in Inscho case 3 uo J. lrummond do do J. W. Gnu mm. witness "do 16 oO Fred Anderson do do 13 50 . W. IOckliu - do do 4i Wm. P. Mosier do do ... l 50 W.J.Howe, juror March term 14 00 W. Whistler do do do 2 Chas. Hearting J. A. Beamer do do ... - - do . do do do do do do do do do --v do do do do do Po do do do do do do do do do do 3 50 13 70 22 70 ti 00 25 50 10 80 S3 50 26 00 27 SO 22 00 6 00 26 00 25 00 S 00 22 50 13 00 do do do do A. P. Hinshaw Walter Parks Chas. Conner W. Lutters do Chas. Spitsnaugle do Logan Curry do Alex r razer - do A. J. Ellermeyer do O. B. Kessler do Albert Rausch do P. H. Heiser do A. Hall do D. Cypher do Wm. Lutz do F. Schwanbeck do D. V. Plants do Lee Spitsnaugle do 24 80 25 40 23 40 W. C. Cypher do , 23 80 Louis Locker do 19 90 8 40 25 40 25 70 22 00 23 60 22 00 10 40 L. S. Burt do A. D. Parson do F. Glass do Wm. Kelly do A. A. Cockrell do C. H. Baker do J. L. Manzer do H. S. Givler. printing commissioners proceedings, treasurer and superin- tenaent s report 33 15 189 00 L. Tatman. 63 days board and care of W. S. Mead W. N Larabee. makinir 1908 assessment rolls 100 00 Wa-Keeney Independent, printing com missioners proceedings, treasurer and superintendent's reports 33 15 Frank Lindsay, salary as county physi cian from January 1st ts January ldth 11 50 A. B. Jones, salary county physician for quarter less 13 days , J. Drummond, 7 days board for W. P. Mosier 63 50 3 50 6 25 W. N. Larabee. salary purchasing gent for quarter ending March 31st. - H.'Acre. boarding jury 24 meals 6 03 56 50 J. J. Drummond. boarding Shaw 85 days C. E. Kidgway. fees in Shaw case 9 15 J. Urummond. fees in frthaw case 10 60 J. J. Drummond. constable fees Shaw case 10 95 A. T. Greenwood, fees in Shaw case... 8 20 Cora Shaw. witness Shaw case 3 Fred Shaw do do do do do ' do do do 3 00 Joe Shaw J. Groft Otto Wisch 3 1 50 3 75 3 75 Harry Gearhart Basil Roloson N. B. Roloson David Atkinson David Chalk do do do do do do do do do do do do do . do . do do .. do . do do do do ' do 3 3 85 4 25 3 95 Frank Lindsay Mary Drummond J. C. Owen E. D. Wheeler R. C. Wilson Frank Schumann Ted Morgan J. J. Keraus 3 7i 1 50 5 25 5 75 3 75 3 70 - - d- do vx-. - do do 1 do do do do do do , do do do do phones and tolls for 3 05 3 00 5 60 Anna Bowman O. Jeffrys Frank Kline 3 75 3 75 75 13 60 22 15 Hattie Shaw R. A. Owens W. W. Gibson. quarter and perscription for Shaw.... Mrs. T. R.' Moore, scalp bounty 1 00 C. K. Ridgway. clerk fees Rountree case 5 75 J. J. Drummond sheriff fees Rountree case 12 55 Geo. Brown, sheriff fees 4n Rountree case Ellis county Cap Herman, sheriff fees Roantreecase Ness county J. F. Wolfe, sheriff fees Rountree case Rush county H. B. Niles. deputy sheriff fees Roun tree case Lane county 4 35 John Ashcroft. sheriff fees Rountree case Graham county J. J. Drummond. constable fees Roun tree case .-- A. T. Greenwood, justice fees Roun tree case 7 10 3 55 John H. Smith, witness Rountree case C. E. Ridgway. clerk fees Mosier case.. J. J. Drummond. sheriff fees Mosier 7 20 9 10 case 12 85 425 5 40 6 20 6 50 30 4 80 5 00 3 25 6 20 6 20 6 80 6 80 7 50 5 00 6 20 ' 1 00 Geo. Brown, sheriff fees Mosier case Kills county ... Eva Wittham. witness Mosier case Hasie Mosier do do John Hyland do do - J. F. Shroyer do do Lucy I-Shcoyer do do Lydia A. Veale do . do Grace Blanchard do do - Mamie Mosier do do Jarid Mosier do do F. W. Potter do do C. D. Coffin . do - do J. O. Blanchard do : do W. W. Blanchard do do Merve Mosier do do -C. E. Ridgway. clerk fees do J. J. Drummond. constable fees Mosier case " .. A. T. Greenwood, justice fees. Mosier case .. Eva Witthams, wittness Mosier case... C. E. Ridgway. clerk fees Mosier case J. J. Drummond. constable fees Mosier oase A. T. Greenwood, justice fees Mosier case Merve Mosier. witness Mosier case. . . Eva Wittham do do John Shroyer do do Lucy 1 Shroyer do do Jarid Mosier do do C. H. Benson, one day truant officer Ogallah township-. W. F. King. 9 days commissioner and mileage and attending court G. W. Lynn. 7 days commissioner and mileage January. February and April meetings C. W. Snelling. scalp bounty James Walsh, salary and mileage Jan uary. February and April meetings Ciade Martin, scalp bounty . 3 80 6 20 1 65 1 00 7 70 8 00 75 1 65 1 09 1 00 35 00 n eo s oo 86 40 1 00 motion So further business appearing, on the Board adjourned sine die. Attests W. N. Larabee. seal. ' County Clerk. (First publication April 2a. 1900.) Notioe for Publication- Ho. 1796. IpTirtmeiit of tlie Interior. Land Office .-it Colhy. Ku.. April 21. 190fS. Notice is hereby iriven uiat Casper Mai-s. of Brownell. Kansas. Iia tiied notice of liis intention, to make final commu tation proof in snnport of his claim, viz: llomestvad Entry No. ST243 made Anirnst 23. 1904. for the snutliast finnrter of section twenty-two . township fi fteen (15) snath, ranjre twenty-one 21) wort, and thnt said prof will lie roatli tti-fore the Prooaie Judge at Wa-Kee-ioy. Kans.. on Jnne . 190a. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence apon and cultiva tion of said land, vix: Frank -HalWltib. of MrCracken.- K ansa. Fred Haihleilu Joseph ilallileil and Joseph tvutlna. alt or tfrowncll. Kansas Jobs Thomas. Register. From the Spring Hill New Era: "If you don't like the tone of this paper tell us in a letter contain ing . a dollar bill, the price of a year's subscription. Otherwise keep still, as its none of your BIG CREEK. A few nice showers lately. "Wheat and grass are putting on the green. John Glass bought a load of corn in Ellis last Mondav. Farmers are busy these days putting in their corn crops. Unless a severe freeze there will be lots of fruit this year. T. C. Feezor is planting corn on the Miller farm this week. "W. F. King was reported on the sick list the last of last week. Both schools of District 11 will close with a picnic next Friday. Rev. Chambers filled his regu lar appointment at Ridgway last Sunday afternoon. The corn acreage of Trego county this year will exceed any year of its history. The warm weather of Easter has about driven away the grippe from the east side. Grandpa and Grandma Cross of Ellis have about recovered from the lagrippe. Grandpa German has recover ed his health so as to be able to visit his relatives again. A. P. Teeters and family visit ed with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Fur beck last Sunday afternoon. The M. E. people at Yocemen- to expect to build themselves a church on Friday of this week. Bruce Furbeck and Frank Cross were hauling corn from Roy Blakely's farm last Monday. V. F. Cross made a business trip on the Saline north of Wa- Keeney onTnursday of last week. Constable Ashenbrenner of Glencoe was calling on some of Riverside's citizens in an official capacity on last Saturday. Obituary. Ann Eliza Bretsford was born on - March y, l8ob, in Inquois county, 111., and died at her home in Collyer, Kans., April 15, 1908. She was married to John Jay Jones in Illinois on February 17, 1880, and moved to Kansas in 1884, in which state she has re sided ever since. Mr. Jones' death preceded hers 1 year, 1 month, 28 days. To this union two children were born, Mrs. Ida Grace Sim mons and Master Alva Burl Jones, both of whom were at her bedside at the hour of death. The World with ahostof friends extend sympathy to the bereav ed in this sad hour. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our heart felt thanks to all those who so kindly assisted us during the sickness and death of our mother and sister. Mrs. Grace Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. G. Kellom. Real Estate Transfers. Charles J. Anderson to J -Mahlberg, sw 2-14-21 $1600 Chas Glenn to Arthur Van Scyoc, lots 10 and 11, blk 22, Collyer 500 Arthur VanScyoc to Wm. Bower, lots 10 and 11, blk 22, Collyer.. 465 Nancy Fouts to Wm. Bow er, lots 12 and 13, blk 22, Collyer.... '. 200 George R. Lee to Bert Har nett, ne 19-15-25 1500 Ida M. Kessler to J. J. Reese, se 1-12-24 1100 Jennie N. White to J. E. Dalby, ne 20-13-25 ... 2000 Clara I Coffey to W. N. Lar- rabee, lots 26, 2 and 28, blk 9, Wa-Keeney 1600 Richard Owens to W. K. Kirkendall. lots 9 to 14, blk 4, Voda'. 150 Richard Owens to Robert Kirkendall, lots 7 to 12, blk 2. lots 1 to 6, blk 3, Voda.. 300 -uodnoo n as S3 ubq -zo-91. auios3oijA pue Sullen jnoA IIV so5iei H3QA0d 9NIMV8 331 r-ni-o amy r-ai- mi beyond the reach of KTvlnl fnr Hrsnprisia baa helf- f . L' 1 X ed thousands of people who have had stomach trouble. This is what one man says of it: "E. C. De Witt & Co., Chicago, 111. Gentlemen In 1897 I had a dis ease of the stomach and bowels. I could not digest anything I ate and in the spring of 1902 1 bought a bottle of Kodol and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia couldn't buy. I still use a little occasionally as I find it a fine blood" purifier and a good tonic. May you live long and prosper. Yours very truly, C. N. Cornell, Roding, Ga., Aug. 27, 1906. The New Pur Food an J Drag Law. We are pleased to announce that Foley's Honey, and Tar for coughs, colds and lung ti'oubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and. Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults. w. w. gib son. FRANK Frank Is a bay perc heron stallion coming 3 years old. good action oooa ais position, nae Done ana JACK Black mammotTi Jck comins 6 years old. weigut 950 lbs. This is one of tue best Jacks n the county Will make tbe season of 1008 X miles south of Rinker school house. Terms $10.00 for Jack ana $7. Uu "or horse, to insure colt, to stand and suck. Mares disposed of or removed from the nelghbor- nooa win oe ccnsiaerea wicn ioai ana owner must Dav service fee. Mare and cole will staod good for service of horse. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible snouia any occur. FDOOe OOd. HLAMJHAKD UK OS. KANSAS KING Kansas Kine Is a registered black per- cheron stailiou coming three years old. weighs 1850 lbs., and is & beauty. He will make the season of 1908 at my farm 3 miles west of town each day of the week except Saturday at Graft's barn in Wa-Keeney. Terms 12.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mare and colt will stand good for the service of tbe horse. Mares disposed of or removed rrom tlie iieignuornooa win ne con sidered with foal and owner must pay ser vice fee. J. H. Spena. Owner. SCHUYLER 7935. French draft stallion, low blocky build, smooth, heavy hone, fine head and neck, good action and kind (lispositiou. weisht about 155u pouids. Schuyler will make the Benson of 1903 at the W. L. Clawson farm A mile southwest of South Downer school house. Terms $8.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mares disposed of or removed from the county will be considered with foal and owner must pay service foe. Care will be taktn to prevent accidenln. but I will not be responsible should any ocenr. A WORD TO THOSK WHO INTCND TO BREED. Schuyler Is a well known sire in Ness and Trego counties, and we consider no further advertisement necessary. Jon H. YounG. Ow ner. T. W. BUNDY WELL. BORLSra Wells Bored, and- Cased, 'on. Short Notice. All Work Guaranteed. Patronage Solicited-. Your DR. S. HUFF MOUND VALLEY, ANSAS- THE WELL KNOWN CANCER SPECIALIST OF OVma THIRTY TUBS' EXPERIBWCE Cancers and, Tumors in - all forms CURED without the. use of Knife or Caustic. I G UARAJf TEE A CURE in every case. CONSULTATION" FREE. Letters of inquiry promptly answered. - of Kidnev or Bladder Disease not medicine. No medicine can W. W. GIBSON Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! The more you scratch the worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. It cures piles, eczema, any skin itching. All druggists sell it. :ff. if. BURNS:- REAL ESTATE AID INSURANCE, Agent for the Connecticut Fire Insurance company, of Hartford, Conn. A large list of lands to select from. ... Wa-Keeney -. - Kan. v M. W. MA S O N. AUCTIONEER. General Farm .sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. A. B. JONES. PHYSICIAN AND SUKQEON. W'A-KEENKY - - . KANSAS. CRANK LINDSAY hi. A. M. D., -SURGEON OFFICE IN NEW BANK BUILDINQ. Office 'Phone 69. WA-KEENEY KANSAS. dr. o.'f. bohman, Dent ist Office Hours; 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. tSf Office in Jones' building opposite the Postoffice. Do you want a loan? Do you want to sell your land? Do you want to buy land at a bargain? Call on JOHN A. NELSON, WA-KEENEY KANSAS CHOICE Wheat", Corn, Alfalfa and stock Farms' FOR SALE FOR EXCHANGE Money to Loan en Land Phone Wa-Keeney, Kas. V a W. H. SWGGETT REAL : ESTATE Loans anl nsurance. ended Abstracter and N tary Public to to to to to to to to to to to to to to Legal papers made and exe cuted. WA KEENEY, KANS. to eeeeeoeceeeeecoeeeeecoeeo S. M. HUTZEL. BUYS AND SELLS Real Estate Leases Lands, Collects Rents, Pays Taxes for dents. Non-Resi- Special Attention Given to Col lections. Correspondence Solicited. WA KEENEY - - KANSAS H. F. KLINE, REAL ESTATE. ABSTRACTNG. I ended in tlie sum of $o,000. INSURANCE, NOTARY PDBLIC. Rents Collected and payment of Taxes for Ncn-Resfdents a Specialty. Large ltstof lands for sale at low prices an 3. easy terms. WA-KEENEY, KANS., HOLLISTER'S Rocky fountain Tea Nuggets A Busy Medicine for Busy People. Bring eoMea Health and Renewed Vizor. A spec! fie for Constipation. Indigestion. TJ-rer X Kidney troubles. Pimples. Eczema. Impure D. -od. Bad Breath. Slninrisn Bowels. Headache ana backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab let -form. 35 cents a box. Oenuine made by Houas ' SB Diiuq CoMPAirr. Madison. Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE Fresh Pork at Baker's. Cnres Backache Corrects Irregularities Do not risk having Brighfs Disease or ' Diabetes do more. ft W V- w A topa tla oowgla i darned business."