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Lee that sell quickly. 8 1-tf. Geo. I. Verbeck, is visiting his brother at Freeport, 111. See the new dishes and cut glass at the Book Store. W. A. Root, of Abilene, was at tending to land business here - this week. For Sale Corn and kafircorn C. C. Baird, 3 1-2 miles north of town, on route 1. Go to Barrett's Cash Store and get a pretty piece of China with every $1.00 cash purchase Miss Nellie Holmes, left for Salina last Saturday morning, ior a visit with her sister, Mrs Erie Morgan. Miss Lola Orr, is taking her mid-summer vacation, and is spending her time with the home r it i 1 1 ioiks, near vonyer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potter are the parents of a daughter, born Sunday, August 2d. 1908 Frank steps higher than a blind horse now a-days. Itching piles provoke profanity out proianity wan t cure them Doan's Ointment rairps it.fhincr bleeding orprotruding-pilesafter years of suffering. At any drug store. Last week the three games of base ball played with Cheyenne Vv ells, Wa-Keeney won 2 and Cheyenne 1 game. Sunday Cheyenne played Ellis and Ellis won by a score of 3 to 2. Farm for Rent or Sale Four miles east of Ogailah. Fourhund red acres under cultivation, two Hundred and forty acres in past ure. Six room house. Inquire of nESRY uutleu, near Tabernacle. For Rent 160 acres nine miles south of Ogallah. .128 acres bro ken out and in wheat last season but entire tract idle this season Good land and will rent reason able. Write J. D. Ball, Lowry Jity, ivio. Mr. J. W. Steel, of Colby, came in Sunday morninf to be present aurmg tne operation on his son Charles, which took place Sun day morning at his home, eleven miles east, and two miles north of Wa-Kneeney. Mr. Laflin. brother-in-law of F. B. Walker, was a visitor to the city the first of the week. Mr. Laflin was engaged in the hard ware business and was burned out in the opera house fire. He moved to Nebraska and has re sided there since the fire. Dr. M. J. Brown, the Sa lina Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist, will be at the American House, Satur day, August 15. Glases prop erly fitted. Pickled pork at Baker's. - Wm. Porter and " sister Grace are visiting in Denver this week There will be a dance at-Big Creek Hall Satuday August 22, iyu. livery body invited. ...... DeWitt's Little Early Risers, safe, easy, pleasant, sure, little liver pills. Sold by w. w. gibson '"The Devil in Print" will be handled at the Baptist church next fcsunday at 11 a. m. Crowd ed Out" will be the subject at 8. p. m. Jesse Cortrisrht has nurrhaseri H. E. Purdv tailorinar . establish ment, and is taking lessons in the art oi .uyemg and Cleaning from ivir. rurav. Rural Route No. 2 south out of Wa-Keenev. is es tablished and the carrier will make his first trip on November 2, 1908. The carrier has not been named. Bv order of the tne iteDeKaK state Assembly, all members of Miriam . Rebekah Lodge, No. 465, are requested to be present at the oi tne lodge, Aug. 14th. Next Mondav. Ex-trea surer A B. Cooper. Will have a hirr sale at. ms rancn in Tanfc:lin township. .ivir. coper s stock of horses and cattle are all trood and n Hio- crowd will be in attendance at his sale. J. C. Milholland has a block of ground west of Mrs. Evans, south of the track, and is buildiner a neat collea-e. on same He will have a public sale at his farm in Willcox township. Mon day, August 17th. W. W. Mattino-lv has nnpolioo. z-7 - . . uivuo ed the Henry Schroder rrorer tw in the north-east part .of the city. He ts going to erect a porch, paint and improve it, so that he will have a nice home. Mr. Matting lv advertises a. hio- sale i-r. v.;n " X, '-'m- Ill Ll 1 in issue for August 20th. He has good stuff, and his horses and cattle ought to bring big prices. Stuart Olson met with a gain ful accident Tuesdav aftem nnn He was plaviner with a tov nistoi and one of the blank shells failed to explod. When he onenerl the pistol to remove the shell it ploded, making: a wound the of a dime - in the rvalm of hand. The lad was taken to Hmshaw's office and the o ootor cleaned the powder out of the wound and crave the hand the proper dressing. Every percau tion is used to guard against auieianus and no serious re suits are anticoated. Sol o mon j-noune. ex size his Dr. Public Sale I wil sell at public auction, at my farm, 6 miles north and 2 uj. ivausuui, cinu. -t nines sou on oi EstocK Kange, on . Monday, August 17, 1908, Sale to commence at 11. a. m. . Three Head of Horses consisting of one 6 yearold, weight about one - year-old hiley, bay, good size, one brown mare. Thirty Head of Cattle consisting of 9 Milch cows, ages, 4, 6, a regisiereu nea jfoiied. tsull, 3 years. 4 two-year-old, 3 heifers and 1 steer. 7 yearlings, 5 heifers and 2 steers. 9 calves, 6 heifers and 3 steers. Two Head of Hogs 1 Brood sow, and 1 Boar. Fagm Machinery 1 wagon with rack, 1 McCormack binder, in 6.uuuiuSUluer, uxms, i. ten disc, 1 Indiana wheat drill, 1 corn stalk drill, 1 mower, 1 hay rake, 1 three-section har row, 1 riding cultvator, 1 gang plow, 1 carriage, 1 open buggy Set single harness, work harness. 1 ridine- lister 1 weed cutter, V. S. cream separator, 1 small cook stove, 1 round oaK neating stove, 1 cubbard, 1 steel crow car, 1 double oarrei snot gun, other articles too numerous to mention. Four Dozen Plymouth Rock Hens. FREE LUNCH AT NOON." 1EKMS All Slims under S1 n Muh All c-i n - : v". vou. ixu auma uvei v-io. credit ot z months will be given note with approved security bearing 8 f-"- j uex ueuu discount ior cash, on time notes. M. W. Mason, Auctioneer. J. C. MILHOLLAND. G. C. SCHERZIXGER, CLERK. Public Sale! For Sale I have a J. I. Case separator three years in use, feeder, weigher and blower, or wind stacker. A little repairing wm put it in good running: shape I will give good terms. My price is -'uu. Jesse U. Kessler, Coll- yer, lians. NOTICE To whom in may concern: xne partnership here- toiore existing between J. H. Courtnev and W. A . fla rnon tor (black-smiths) Banner, Kans. has Deen dissolved Dy mutual con sent. Mr. Carnent.er will tinue the business at-old stnnri and those indebted to old firm', will please settle accounts as soon as possible. J. H. CODRTNEV. W. A. Carpenter, Last Thursdav nicrht the mem. bers of Miriam Rebekah T joH trf arranged to give a few light re freshments in honor of their State President. Hattie Luce who was expected to arrive on the early evening train. But as the train was late, and did not. rret here until after midnisrht. onlva. few of the members staved to meet her. Thev -were not to he cheated out of a good time after their efforts to make their truest. welcome, so they wended their way to the lodsre hall where their had a social time, and nartooU- of Ice Cream and Fruits. A spec ial meeting was called for Friday afternoon, where the President ge ve them some very instructive miormation ior which tne mem bers were verv thankful. Thov all hope it will not he Inner hofn she can visit them again. While here she was the c-uest. of fro W. b . tstranahan. I will sell at public auction, at my farm 8 miles south of Wakeenev ' 1 . -kt n-i i ' kjim Liit; i. ess viiy road, on Thursday, August 20th, 1908, The following described property: J 4 riead oi Horses Consisting of 1 snan of JL. "7 '-'J) JL UlAJLVt. J years oio. wt. zauu. one wit h roit. hir her wi 1 "'o11 aL1" K'ejf, u auu y years oio, colts by their side, wt. 2400. : Bxcjr uiaic, j.x y cars oiu, wi. j.zuu, witn mule colt by her side grey gelding, 11 years old, wt. 1250. 3 two-year-old geldings 'wt nuu and izuu. l black mare. 2 years' old. wt. 11 no 1 hi o liner horse colt wt. Srn Thpoiinrcoi!onniiv,;i, ,-j t- i . T , , ;. nio aicajiniu-yiiiuerereiierons. J. nave been breedincr to Imported Pprnlmrnn etoin x otuuiuuo iUl Cb XX U. LX Ucl O T T r 1 . .V xo neaa OI atUe consisting of, 10 head of first class milch cows, fron o to b years old, 3 yearling heifers, 5 spring calves. Mv an uigu vjri-a,ue oriort norns. 30 Head of hogs consisting of , 4 broad sows, 6 shoats, weight. 125 lbs. 20 head of shoats, weight from 75 to 100 lbs. rarm lvlachinery 1 McCormack header, good as new, 1 header box, 1 twelve disc Superior drill, 1 Emerson disc gang plow 1 Cassady sulkey plow, 1 Canton riding lister, 1 bonanza disc 1 two section steel harrow, 1 Deering mower, used two years. 2 lumber wagons, 1 hay rack, 3 sets double harness, 2 sets fly nets, FIVE DOZEN PLYMOUTH ROCK HENS, FULL BLOOD. 1 DeLayal cream separator, good as new. 8 cream cans. Some household goods, and many other articles too numerous to mention FREE LTJISeil AT NOON TERMS: Sums of $10. and under, cash. On credit of 12 months time will be given, notes to bear 8 per cent interest. Purchasers to give note with approved Security. 5 per cent discount for cash. W. MATTINGLY M. W. Mason, Auctioneer. After a week of gaiety, the Brundage and Fisher Amuse ment Company, left for Colby early last Sunday morning. All day Sunday, the grounds where the show had been, was infested by boys and girls, from five to forty, and a good many coins were picked up, amounting, all- together several dollars. The company seemed to take the good will of the people with them as well, as their dimes and dollars Dr. Bowen, Specialist from Christ's Hospital, assisted by urs. ividd and Son, performed a very difficult operation on Mr. Chas. Steel for appendicitis last ounoay morning. Charlej' was ia v a-ii.eeney .FTiday.and seemed periecuy wen, lie was taken with severe pain early Saturday morn ing; they called Dr. Kidd and he pronounced the case appendi citis, Dr. Bowen happened to be ih-jloiis doing otner sugical work and Was Summoned immoiliofiiliT Charlie stood the operation fine and is getting along as well as could oe expected, he is under tne care oi a trained nurse from tnrist s hospital. Last Sunday eveniner mir base uau ooys started out on a. ton r tr play a number of towns on the west, north and east of na Their first stop was at Oaklev. r -. . , r lYxonaay, and tney won the crame easiy, by a score of 8 to 0. Bear did the twirling act. Their next stop was at Colby Tuesdav. Smee pitched this erame. Their lost tnis game Dy a score of 5 to 1. Blackman was out of the erame with a sore arm and lea- being spiked at Oakley the day before. Wednesday they nl a x-ed Hoxie. and we will have to admit. that the Hoxieites don't take kindly to baseball as the attend ance was less than 50. The game was a good one up to the the third inning, when our boys went to pieces and Hoxie won easily by a score of 6 to 1 . The following from Wa-Keeney wit nessed this game. C. L. Hard man. J. W; Phares. W. H. Swio-- gett, S. F. Kelly, G. G.. Marshall, L- U. Ijleason. (i. (i .Tones .T T Keraus Fritz Staatz. and H. R. Givler. Thursdav the hovs slav ed Morland and thev didn't, do a thing to us as the score will show 5 to 1 in favor of Aforland Smee pitched this game. It's no fault of the cook or erro cer it you do not specify Lee Brand. ft i-tf Mrs. C. L. Hardman returned Home Monday night from Phil- hpsburg. Miss Hattie Shaw visited with friends at Russell Springs this week. D. V. Keller, denarted Wed day morning for Iowa on bus iness. . Mrs. A. Wickizer and danorht.- er verna oi uuinter were Wa. Keeney visitors last Tuesday. Mrs. Blanch Goble. of Stafford Kans.. departed Sundav after a short visit with Grandma Goble. Mrs. Ed. Porter and dantrhtor are visiting relatives and friends at ircieviiie.is.ans.. this week- Look for the b rand on canned goods and see that what vnn n se bears the Lee Trade Mark. 8 1-tf Frank Stimits. of d ram field Was in the Citv the latter nart. of last week, taking in the street fair. Miss Lettie Rhoades whn hio been visiting friends in Topeka for some time, returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Phares, are visiting in Hoxie this week. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C L. Thomson, formerly of this city. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Parr of Studlev. Kans.. visited fr Parr's parents Mr. and Mrs. John Reddisr. last week. TTipv also took in the street fair. f Don't take chances on food pro ducts UseJeeBrancL 8 1-tf. Mrs. Clemons and daughter b lossie, returned to their home in Russell, Kansas, Thursday morning after a three weeks visit with her son, Editor Clemons of tne Independent. A BENEFACTOR. Kansas Wesleyan Business College Authentic School "for Banks, Wholesale Houses and Railroads I the Mississippi. Modern build ng JL and equipment costing $6,,(XX).0u. Every Room In this Magnificent Buildinsr used for College Work. FOR JOTRA L OR FREE CATA LOO U E. AUDBESS Six oeniticr.ted teachers of ataortbanK . ... llulimKOl i.-. fi.... . U Tborouen work. Best FenmanshipVS'' school west of Ohio. FREE EMPIOY- T ' MENT DEPARTMENT. POSITIONS GUARANTEED to all competent erad uates of full course. Endorsed by Rail road lresidents and Superintendents, Bonks, Wholesale Houses. Bishops, Col lnre Presidents and Governors. BE W ARE of ail business college agents who want you to sign contracts before you tave seen the school. Write us and we wiU tell you why. We have no agents. Tuition by the month, single course. C8.50; combined 10 00. One month's trial given. Life scholarship, single course, (40.00; both courses, $75.00. Oth er expenses moderate. School conduct ed by men of large business and college T. W. ROACH, President, Salina, Kansas. S3 fill to 815 WALNUT ST.. KASSAS CITY. KO. Tit Old RIlbl Doctor Old oat la mr nl Iodkm located re;nlr Qradatte tn Medloino. Ovor 33 Tors 6poll vaetl ESTABLISHED I8C7. AiithnHzr1 hv thu AL..!. tl ... -I A ! I n: . sun uttii liDraatc. nsn dus ana icsciai uisehses. Cures cuaranteed or monev refunded. All mdtr-.in fnraihd rault fnr nnm no mercury or injuriau medicines used. No detention from business. Patient at a distance treated by mail and express. Medicine ent every wtaere, free from gaze or breakage Charges low. Over 00.000 cases cured. Age and experience are important. Stale your case aad aend for terms. Consultation free and confidential personally or by letter. cr - : 3,t Sexual Debility, SV"" follies tud excess causing night louses aad loss ot sexual power, pimples and blotches oo tha face, confused ideas and rortreifulneas. basbfulness and aversion to society, stc, cured for lire. I stop night losses, restore sexual power, servo and Drain power enlarge and strengthen weak TirtJ B.ni m Li k nil A C f - mawiaovsa Kanri tor tre book and list of questions. Radically cured with a now 1 n fallible lioui Stricture ontri aTI-r '. rwtra.nt. N o in- Boolt and Hat of questions free sent sealed Hydrocele and il"mRn,eu; r-rlimnc:ie "J wiinoui pain ZntirrrJI Enlarged velnlnthel varicoceee scrolum -causing vuua aeoiiiiy. wcasnesc oi tne sexeai ays-1 u, iiciuiaiiciiki; curca RllDOUl pain. C r- 5-i 1 7 cr That trrrible disease. ln J ..... w j ali forms and stages cured for life. Blood poisoning and ail private diseases permanently curea ROOK for both sexes 98 paces, 7 pictures, with full description or above diseasss, the effects andcure, sent aealed in plain wraoper free MFSail till B:cli;r the 1- ij.-natlos it ecBOlai Fres Museum of Anatomy for Mem. The H. D. Lee Mercantile Co., A Grand Blessing to Kansas People. The newspapers over the coun try have many times said kind things about The H. D. Lee Mer cantile Co., of Salina. Thev arc firm believers in advertising and spend annually thousands of dol lars witn tne country news-ca pers advertising their goods. The Liee Brand is becoming a house hold word. But what we intend to mention just now is the fact that while the wholesale houses of Kansas Citv were absolntel-ir puweness to cope witn tne ele ments ana tne freight service from the Missouri metropolis was demoralized, the people of North western, Southwestern and Cen tral Kansas were being looked after by the Lee people. The fact of the matter is that Kansas merchants are now largely buy ing of the big Salina wholesale house. By persistent advertising and treating their customers fair ly, by selling "pure food prod ucts," being in a position, owiner to geographical location, to ship CLOSING OUT SALE OF FULL-BLOOD AND HIGH-GRADE HORSES AND CATTLE will sell at my place, 9 miles north-east of Utica, in Trego Co. on MONDAY, AUGUST 10th, Commencing at 10 o'clock sharp, the property listed below. HORSES. COLTS. MULES AND TENNETS 1 yearling horse colt, trotting-bred. 1 jood saddle mare, wt. 900 lbs 1 trcttinjz-bred mare. wt. 900 lbs 1 mar 8-vr olH wt, floo 1K 1 t.vt- ting-bred mare wt. 1000 lbs. 1 driving horse wt. 1100 Jennet 6 yr. old 15 hands hierh duft to foal "Nov 1 Jpnnpt, R irr nli 11.1 .9 hanla due to foal Nov. 2. 2 Jennets 8 and 12 years old 15 hands, mare 8 yr. old wt. 1200 lbs. with filly colt at side. mare 9 yr. old wt. 1300 with filly colt at side, mare 9 yr. old wt. 1100 lbs. mare 8 yr. old wt. 1000 lbs with fillv colt at side.'l mare 8 vr. nlrl wt. 1-?nn Me with filly colt at side. mare 10 yr. old wt. 1100 lbs. mare 9 yr. old wt. 1350 lbs. mare 4 yr. old wt, 1100 lbs with horse colt at side, these colts are sired by Imported Percheron Stallion, mare 8 yr. old wt. iiauios witn muie coit at siae. mare 6 yr. old trotting-bred wt. 1100 lbs. filly colt side. 9 2 yr. old and 4 yearling mules. 1 trot-tinsr-bred mard wt. 1200 lbs. 2 vparli 2-yr- old filly. Jennet 4 yr. old 15 hands, iack colt at, foot,. Jen net 4 yr. old 14 1-2 hands jack colt at foot. These are fine high-bred Jennets, heavv-boned and with erood stvlp. sirpH w t,Vit p.hamninn Jacks: Prince Joe Blackburn. Kiner Jumbo. Rob and T?nfk 1 REGISTERED AND HIGH-GRADE HEREEORD CATTLE 6 res. 5 vr. old cows, five with calf at foot. 2 5-vr olrl liifOT-a o 2 yr. old. resr. bulls. 1 3-vr. old reir. bull. 2 vparlincr rpo- Viniia 1 Pure bred Jersey milk cow. 3fi hearl hirrH-o-farle rowa with calves at foot. 14 2-yr old and 16 yearling high-grade heifers. 15 2-yr. old steers. 15 vearlinsr st.eeers 1 iprspvhpiforalf 1 9.tt- old grade heifer. FARM IMPLEMENTS. ETC. 1 McCormick header and barge. 1 Jones mower. 1 3-section har row. I 2-horse cultivator. 2 erood farm wa.o-ons 1 set. of rlr-i vino- harness. 1 cattle dipping plant, complete, with boiler, cages, ropes pens. etc. 1 McCormick mower and hav ra.lre 1 Snnorinr o-rain drill. 1 Emerson 14-in. eansr plow. 1 8-foot ideal wind-mill, steel tower. 1 steel wheel low wagon. 1 man's saddle and 1 ladies saddle 1 McCormick stacker. 1 d isc harrow. 1 5t-Tioise nlnw 1 cot. r-F ice tools. 3 sets work harnes. 1 1-horse cultivator. 1 buck rake. 1 sulky plow. 1 feed errinder. 1 crrindst.one 1 hnccnr 1 cilrlo grinder. 10 doz. pure-bred plymouth rock young hens. 2 doz. pure bred leghorn hens. Other articles too numerous to mention. RANCH FOR RENT. My ranch is for rent. There is 2000 acres in this ranch; well improved with good buildings; fenced; plenty of running water, good springs, good well at house, 240 acres under cultivation, 125 acres sown to alfalfa. There isn't a better ranch in the country and is a good proposition for the right party. LUNCH AT NOON. TERMS OF SALE A f r-Ori 1 f vf 1 A -mr-r Vc iT.111 v rt . , if A a. - with aprroved security, with eight per cent interest from date of Sale. A rl i eratH n t. rt-f i ro nor rm- -n-i 1 1 Ka olUm nnnV. --- " ' Ir"-1 " i" euiuncu 1U1 VLiSU ULL SUU1S over $10. Property must be satisfactorily settle for before removing. CHAS. FlNP & J. W. CLOUSTON A. B. COOPF.R Owner Auctioneeers. Utica, Kansas, P. O. on M. P. R. R. Ness Co! W. E. Traylok, Owner. their orders on short notice and from the fact that Kansas people like to patronize Kansas institu tions; the H. D. Lee Mercantile Co., have come to the front and the eastern houses have found them competition worthy of their best effortes. j Stops earache in two minutes; (toothache or pain or burns or scald m nve minutes; hoarseness one hour; muscleache, two hours; sore throat, twelve rours Dr. Thomas Electric Oil, monarch over pain. Summer complaints and other serious ailments comon in hot weather can be traced to the stomach nine times out, of ten Keep the stomach in good order risrht now bv keenine- a. bottle of Kodal handy in the house all the time, but especially during this month. Take Kodal whenever you feel that you need it. That is the only time you need Kodol. Just when you need it: then vou will not be troubled with sour stomach, belching gas on the stomach, bloating, dyspepsia and ncugestion. tsoia by w. w. gib- son, i WEATHER REPORT. Maximum and minimum tem perature according to the gov ernment thermometer at Wa- keeney for the week ending Wednesday noon. Max Thursdav - - 91 - - Friday - - - 90 - - Saturday - - 94 Sunday - - 97- - - Monday - - 98 - - Tuesday - - 102 - - Wednesday - - 98 - - - 64 "We have had no rain since July 19. The rainfal for July was 3.27 inches, much below normal. Min 67 68 54 .59 04 S.