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Owinff to Door health. I am compelled to rent mv farm, so will sell at Public Auction' at my farm of Ogallah, Kansas, on ; WEDNESDAY. Cornmencinsr tromDtiv at 11 a. m..the following described property: fil fAr4 nf " 1 Ck'rrn va AAWUU VTA 1 iltsc ill t; OUU1 IUU1U3, euji 7 UCOU VJA fine milch cows, all young and several fresh; 18 good cows, 3 to 6 years old; 10 fine coming 2 year old heifers; 11 coming yearling heifers; 1 nice heifer calf; 9 coming yearling steers; 1 registered Shorthorn bull; 2 grade yearling Shorthorn bulls; all the cows and heifers are bred to the registered Shorthorn bull. 12 head Of horses and ltiules:-l gray mare, 5 yrs old, wt 1300 lbs, heavy with foal; 1 gray horse, 10 yrs old, wt 1300 lbs; 1 brown mare, coming 5 yrs old, wt 1150 lbs; 1 well bred horse, 3 yrs old, wt 950 lbs, well broke to saddle and to drive; 1 good saddle mare; 1 well bred yearling mare colt; 5 fine big boned mules, 1-yr-old; 1 old work horse. Farm Implements:-1 Jones header in good shape; 1 Mitchel wagon; 1 buggy; 1 hay rack; 2 sulky plows; 1 new steel harrow; 1 new John Deere disc; 1 new riding lister; 1 walking lister; 1 disc corn cultivator; 1 walking cultivator; 1 Walter A. Wood mower; 1 self dump hay rake; 1 heavy log chain; hay knife; wire stretcher, forks, spades, shovels, garden tools, etc. M.lscellatieousSeveral dozen fine chickens;some white Pekin clucks; 1 pair turkeys; several sets work harness; 1 incubator; 1 new tubular cream separator and cream cans; 1 washing machine; 1 grind stone; 1 pair good horse blankets; J. sweep feed mill; 10 bu Early Ohio potatoes; several tons of good prairie hay and alfalfa hay in stack. Household Goods:-l fine upright piano, in good condition; 1 bed lounge; 2 iron beds; 1 mattress; 2 sets of coil springs; window shades; rag and ingrain carpets; chairs; rockers; cupboard; exten sion table; flour box; picture frames and glass; sewing machine; good heater; good cook stove; small oil stove; lamps; dishes; some glassware; cooking utensils; 8 day clock and many things too num erous to mention. . ' FREE LUNCH TERMS: All sums of $10 and under, cash; eight months' time on bankable notes bearing 8 per cent interest will be given on all sums over $10; 5 per cent discount for cash on all sums over $10; all property must be settled for before being removed from the premises. . R. S. MUSGRAVE. W. A. Eppler, Auctioneer. Commissioner's Proceedings. Wa-Keeney, Kan.. February 12. 1909. The Board of County Commissioners met to- day at the office of the County Clerk as per Adjournment of January lata. inoy. for the pur pose of vie win ir the roads petitioned by J. R. Austin. E. W. Hawkes. F. B. Flyr. and trans acting such other business as mitfht be proper ly considered at this time. There were pres ent Chairman W. F. Kin. Commissioner F. B. Walker and the County Clerk. The Board was called to order by the Chair man, and after completing arrangements for automobile transportation over said roads, a recess was taken for that purpose. Commis sioner R. B. Brig jf s joined the other members of the Board at the E- W. Hawkes road as pre viously arranged, whereupon they proceeded, completing the work on Saturday, February which the Board were unable to view on ac count of the inclemency of the weather, and all of that portion not allowed on said road was held over for viewing and further copsid ration, until the April. 1909. meeting. During the remainder of the session, the fol lowing business was transacted. Bond of J. G. Hixson. Clerk of Otrallah town ship, approved. Bond of A. S. Peacock. Probate Judge, ap proved. The application of E. H. Barrett for a rebate of the tax and penalty, paid on $600.00 improve ments, erroneously assessed on Jbots 7 and e. Block 35, Wa-Keeney City, was considered. The Board ordered the amount of $5.97 refund eel. and that amount extended on the tax rolls of 1909 against Lots 9 and 10. Llock 35. as said improvements should have been assessed on said lots. The Board orders the ballots of the Primary Election of August 4th. 1908. destroyed as pro vided by law. and designate J. B. Inscho and A. J- Johnson to assist the County Clerk in their destruction. In the matter of a road petitioned for by W. P. Harman. A. T. Holmes. Sr.. Roy Block so me. A. J. Gullett. J. F. Hazen. A. S. Holmes. J. V. Rausch. G. H. Smith. Lantern Mast. O. Holman P. Curtright. A. L. Swisher. Otto Cornelssen and G. W. Harmon to change a portion of road No. 29 as follows: Beginning at a point on the section line between Sections i and 3. Town ship 15. Range 84. where said road No. 29 leaves the section line, and abandon and close from public travel, all of that portion running in southwesterly course for a distance of about seventy rods, and establish said road on the line as now traveled and graded. In view of the fact that the legal require ments have been complied with and the Board considers the change would be a nublic benefit. the prayer of petitioner is granted and the County Clerk is instructed to record the pro ceedings in tne roaa record at road Jo. 29. In the matter of a road netitioned for nv E. W. Hawkes. et al. came on for final hearing. pursuant to tne viewing by the Board of Coun tv Commissioners. As all the legal reouire ments have been complied with, the Board considers the road to be a public necessity and of general utility, and grant the same as peti tioned for. and in accordance with the peti tion ana oiner papers in tne case now on me. the County County is instructed to record the proceedings in the road record and to notifv the trustee of Collyer Township to open said road in accordance with this order to-wit: Commencing at the northwest corner of Sec tion 30. and running due east to the northeast corner of section so, all in Township 13 south. Range 25 west, above to follow section line as near as a practicable road can be made. Said road to be fifty feet wide. Said road is re corded in tne Road Record as road No. 125. (Continued next week.) CATARRH 1 0U HAY-FEVER ELY'S CREASV1 BALIV3 Sure to Cive Satisfaction. C!VES RELIEF AT ONCE. It clean-ses, soothes, heals and protects tlic diseof -1 ir-c-icbrane resulting fro;n Catarrh and lri res away a CoW in the lie ;irtr.iiil;c Besto-.es the Senses of Tae sindSriL Easy to use. Contains no irjuri-us drrs Applied into the nostrils and ahsorlec liirge Size, 50 cents at Prngpists or b mail. Irtqnid Cream Balm for use ic atomizers, 75 cents. ELY 3R0THERS, 56 Wai-ran St.. New York. Sale. 1 1-2 miles east and 5 miles north . MARCH 10. '09 01 1 ll n t,J AT NOON. Bring your produce toGleason & Marshall's. Subscribe for the World- -One dollar a year. Pure Pennsylvania buckwheat flour at Osterkamps'. See the laces and embroideries at Gleason & Marshall's. Loose Wiles "Always Fresh" candies at the Book Store, . . For Sale 5 room house and two lots. Inquire at this office. A new lot of ladies' waists have just arrived at Gleason & Mar shall's. If you want a loan on your land inquire of the Wa-Keeney State bank. For Sale: Three high-grade yearling Galloway bulls. T. J. Bevis, 1 mile southwest of town. Get Verbeck & Lucas' prices on lumber, coal, stoves, paints, varnishes and building material. They will save you money. There's nothing so good for a sore throat as Dr. Thomas' Elec tric oil. Cures it in a few hours. Relieves any pain in any part. For Sale: A good quarter section of land, about 70 acres broke, 40 acres in wheat. Four and one-half miles from Ogallah. 2500, easy payments. A bargain C. D. Yetter, Ogallah, Kan. Seed and Seeding Institutes. Kansas State Agricultural College Names Saturday, March 6. All farmers' institutes in Kan sas are asked to meet on Satur day, March 6, 2 p. m., for a dis cussion of the important subject of Seed and Seeding seed corn, oat3, alfalfa, Kaffir, cane, etc; se lection of seed, pure seed, grad ing seed, acclimated seed, varie ties adapted to peculiar condi tions, where to get seed, order ing, etc. They will also discuss methods of getting the ideal seed bed, disking, plowing, listing, harrowing, time to plant, and the methods of planting. Commit tees on the Boys' and Girls' Con tests will also be'expected to re port on that day, entries, prizes, etc. County presidents are asked to call special meetings at many points where no local institutes have been organized, appointing local presiding officers. There are now two hundred and thirty two institutes in Kansas, and it is hoped that all of these will hold meetings on that day. Offi cers who prefer to devote two ses sions to those topics may well do so, holding meetings on March 6 and 13. This is an opportunity for the thoughtful farmers of Kansas to get concerted action on ! this matter of improved seed corn. Subscribe for World. i Kansas City Market Report. Kansas City Stock-Yards, Feb ruary 23. 1909. The run of 10,000 cattle here yesterday was duplicated, today, and the description of the mar ket for yesterday, strong to 10 higher, again applies today." Late sales today were best,particular ly of beef steers, and this was a welcome reversal of conditions that have prevailed recently. Chicago live stock papers have taken on a load of pessimism re specting the market for beef steers that continued to bang like a pall over their review of yesterday's market there, al though admitting that there was some improvement in the situa tion. The opening of Lent tomor row will put another weapop. in the hands of the buyers for a sea son, but with the restricted mar keting that has been going on for the past three weeks, it will have a minimum effect. The country seems to have confidence in fu ture markets, but on the other hand, owners are influenced to ward getting rid of holdings this week to escape the tax effective March 1. The outlook is not very clear, but prices are 10 to 15 cents above close of last week today, which is the important item. A single steer brought $6.50 yester day, loads of toppy steers yester day and today at $6 to $6.25, bulk of steers $5.20 to $6, cows $3.15 to $5, heifers $3.75 to $5.50, bulls $3 to $4.65, calves higher this week, $4 to $7.75, stockers $3.75 to $5.10, feeders $4.50 to $5.25. , The severe treatment hog ship pers have received lately at the hands of buyers had its effect on the run tcday, which is only 10,- 000 head, and sellers had an in ning.market 5 to 10 higher. Pack ers are interested in keeping hog prices at a reasonable figure, m order to get rid of their holdings of the product at a stiff price.but do not seem to be willing to mam tain prices that will permit $6.00 being paid in the country, which is the figure at which hogs move freely at this time. Heavy hogs lead by a narrower margin than a week ago,, selling today at $6.15 to $6.30, medium weights $6 to $6.25, lights $5.60 to $6.05, pigs considerably higher than a week ago, at $2 to $5.75. Sheep and lambs are coming freely, 10,000 here today, and the market is holding steady. The situation has improved in the last week so far as outlet is concern ed, as fewer sheep are arriving at eastern markets, and there is a good call for meats for eastern centers. Fair to good lambs sold today at $ to $7.35,yearhngs $d.- 60 to $6.50, wethers $5 to $5.50, ewes $4.35 to $5. J. A. Rickart, L. S. Correspondent. Complete the Grade. The Neb raska, Kansas & South ern Railway Co. has completed the gradeforthe railroad through the experiment farm three miles northeast of Garden City and the work at that place now consti tutes one of the points of interest in and around the town to show to visitors. The grade is on an embankment seven or eight feet high near the west side of the ex periment farm, this being the heaviest work anywhere on the line this side of the Pawnee Val ley cut. A. F. McCarthy, mana ger of the right of way depart ment, has made deals in the past few days for about three miles of right of way lying within the first section of fifteen miles contracted for by Wheeler . & Keheler, and with the condemnation proceed ings to be determined Febr. 23, the right of way department is well in the clear. About three fourths of a mile of this lately se cured right of way is between the completed work and town, so the work will progress iii this di rection for some little time. - Assistant Engineer Cunning ham has notified the contractors that they can proceed with all the force they can get together from this time on until their con tract is completed. Wheeler & Keheler have at the present time about twenty-five teams on the work, and this number will be greatly increased to finish the grade ut to the "big cut" within the next two or three weeks. The first shipment of material of any kind to be started on its way to Garden City was shipped - this week from the Dickey Clay Man ufacturing Co.of Deepwater.Mo., being two car loads of vitrified clay pipe 18 to 30 inches in diam eter. This is"Used in providing for drainage under the roadbed, ' and will be unloaded and hauled out to the points where required. General Manager F. T. Burn ham passed through Garden City this morning on his way to Pueb lo, where he goes to investigate the steel rail market. He expects to return to Garden City tomor row and remain here until Satur day morning, during which time he will meet many Garden- City people-and the present condition of the road and all the salient facts concerning it will be made plain for the purpose of inform ing fully the people who wish to know these things in view of the coming bond election. Mr. Mc Carthy returned this morning from a trip to Wichita, where he met Mr. Burnham for a confer ence and reports that great pro gress has been made since the last visit to. Garden City of the general manager. He says that he will have the most important piece of news yet given out in connection with the road to print in a few days. Saturday morning Mr. Burn ham and Engineer Cunningham expect to leave in an automobile for Ness City and Stockton, at which latter place they will be met by Chief Engineer Baxter L. Brown for the settlement of im portant matters connected with the entry of the road into Stock ton. Garden City Imprint. It's Your Kidneys. Don't Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles. A Wa-Keeney Citizen Shows How to Cure Them. Many people never suspect their kidneys. If suffering from a lame, weak or aching back they think that it is only a muscular weakness; when urinary trouble sets in they think it will soon cor rect itself. And so it is with all the other symptoms of kidney disorders. That is just where the danger lies. You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Bright s disease The best remedy to use is Doan's Kidney Pills. It cures all ills which are caused by weak or dis eased kidneys. Wa-Keeney peo pie testify to permanent cures. John Reddig, a farmer living 3 miles south of Wa-Keeney, Kan., says: "My wife used Doan's Kid ney pills some time ago when suf fering from an attack of backache with the best of results. The pain was across the small of her back and would get so bad at times that she could not sleep There was also a tendency to pass the kidney secretions frequently Doan's Kidney pills, which we purchased at W. W. Gibson's drug store, entirely relieved her and she thinks there is nothing equal to them as a kidney . reme dy." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Boys' "and Girls Contests. Committees to Report Mar. 6. This is one of the most import ant educational movements ever inaugurated in Kansas. Last year about 5,000 Kansas farmer boys were in the corn contest and several hundred girls entered m the contests for bread, pies mending, etc. Hut everyone knows that Kansas ought to have three times that many boys in the corn contest and a thousand in the potato contest, and another thousand in the poultry contest, and ten thousand of our girls should enter one of the many contests open to girls. Why not? Possibly because the parents do not show enough interest. .Com mittees everywhere are announc ing the contests and inviting boys and girls to enter. Good prizes are announced, and it is hoped this year that contests may be organized in at least eighty coun ties and that every county that had a contest last year may have double the number it had last year. Sumner County last year gave out seed corn to 344 boys, and this year the committee says it will have 500 boys and 00 girls. Why not? - What will be the rec ord for this county? Committees will report on March 6, at least as to entries. Remember that all winners in the A class of the corn contest will be sent to the State Institute with all expenses paid. In many counties last year girls fourteen or over who won in a contest were also sent to the State Institute to attend the classes in cooking and sewing. First publication January 30. 1900. NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION No. 0584. f Department of the Interior. V. S. Land Office at Co'bv. Kans. January 22. 1909. Notice Is hereoy . l?en that Katharine Mablberg,of Browne!!. Kansas. who. on April 4. 19i2. made homestead entry No. 28078 Atrial No. 054, for the west hair nf the northwest cinarter and the west half of the southwest quarter of section 24, township 15 south, range 22 west, of the Atb Principal Meridian, has filed notice-of intention to make fiual five year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the Probate Judge, at Wa Keeney, Kans.. on the 3rd day of March. 1U0. Claimant names as witnesses: Rudolph Tauscher. Frederick Halbleib. Alva Hall, George Vi. Tnnnell, all of Brow nell, Kanars. . T. B. Hxskkt. T Register. ED. WHEELER' Seal Estate. Loans and fasarance. Farms, Ranches and Town Property. Attends to business for non-residents. Correspond ence solicited. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. EMERSON S MOREIL, PLASTERING. STONE AND CEMENT WORK. THIRTY TUBS KXPKRIKNCL 1U. WORK GUARANTEED. WA-KEENEY KANSAS. W. S. GORRELL, WELL DRILLER. Will make wells any depth up to 500 feet. Fourteen years in the business. WA-KEENEY KANSAS Notiee for Publication No. 0618. Department of the Interior, (J. S. Land Office at Colby. Kansas, January 39. 1909. Notice is hereby iriven that Knowles 8. Miles, of Brownell, Kansas,-who. on De cember 13, 1903. made homestead entry No. 36898. Serial No. 0618. for northwest Quarter, section 8. township 15 south, ran ore 22 west. 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above describ ed, before the probate judge at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on the 9th day of March, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph V. L. Irwin; Lyman 8. Burt; James W. Pugh; Walter Wright: all of Brownell. Kansas. T. B. Hisket, Register. (First publication January 30. 1909.) Notiee for Publication. No. 0605. Department of the Interior. -Land Office at Colbv. Jas.. Jan. 35. 1908. Notice is hereby iriven that John Kutlna. of Ellis. Kansas, who. on De cember 19. 1903. made Homestead Entry No. 26M98. Serial No. 0605 for the northwest quar ter of section 30. township 15 south, range 21 west of the 6th P. M.. has filed notice of In tention to make final 5 year proof to estab lish claim to the land above described, be fore the Probate Judge at Wa-heeney, Kans.. on the 3rd day of March, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Frederick Halblieb and Joslab R. Tunnel, both of Brownell. Kansas; Grant Wagoner and Albert Christiansen, both or Kills. Ivan. T B. Hisket. Register. First publication February 13, 1909. PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the District Court of Trego County, K ansas. State of Kansas, Trego County, ss. v The State of Kansas to E.R.Ward, A, W. Mack. C C Curtis, Henry Kollan. Susan M. Merrill. Lizzie F.Gray, John W. Neer, T. G. Arrington. Mollle E. Arrington. George E. Scotc. John G. Johnson. Ande? son Grimes. Charles Steinert. John M. Smtiot. J. A. Bowles. Anna E. Dyer. Henry B. Wilcox. C. H. King. Dorse StClair. R, H. Wren, and the unknowifheirs. devisees, administrators, executors and trustees of each of the above named persons; the un known heirs, devisees, administrators, ex ecutors and trustees of Henry Koblson, dec ased; Maria StClair. Elizabeth Pnetl. A. F, John. Emma V. Morgan. Mary R. Chidester. and Cady Conn, only heirs of William W. John, deceased; Clarence St. Clair. Will E. StClair. Dorse StClair, Frank StClair. only heirs of H. F. StClair. deceas ed"; J. W. Darnell. Lionel Wigram. George M. Johnson. L. 8. Brock, S. 8. Wade, J. M. Reed. M . W. McCoy. Mrs. Henry Robison. You and each nf you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Trego County, Kansas, py W. Geo rga Baker, and you must answer the peti tion hied in the office of said court on OJ be fore the 36th day of March A. D. 1909. or the said petition will be taken as true and judg ment will be rendered in favor of the plain tin and against aacn of you and against all persons claiming by or through you or any of you quieting the title. Interest, and es tate of the said plaintiff, and forever barr ing and estopping you and each of you from having or claiming any right, title or Inter est in or Hen upon the following described real property or any part thereof, to-wit: all of block one; all of block six; lots one. two. three, four. five. six. seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, fifteen, seventeen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one and twenty-two. in block seven; lots three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fif teen, sixteen, seventeen, nineteen, -twenty. twenty-one.and twenty -two. in block twelve; all in the North Addition to the City of Wa Keeney in Trego County. Kansas; also lot fourteen in block six and lot eight In Earl's Resubdl vision of lots one. two. three, four, thirty-five, thirty-six. thirty-seven, and thirty-eight in block forty-one In the said City of Wa-Keeney. Kansas: and a further judgment will be rendered against you for the costs of said action. Herman Long. Attorney for Plaintiff. -seal I C. E. RIDGWAY. .Clerk of the District Court. 53 of Trego Gounty. Kansas. HOLUSTER'S Reeky I-cuntain Tea nuggets A Buy calcine for Busy People. Brings 6oioen Health sod Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipation. Indigestion, Tjlver -VI Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema, Impure B. -od. Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache ana ackaebe. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab let t. to. 95 cents a box. Genuine made h'J bolus aa cedo com pakt. Madison, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE a: b. jones. : ' ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. WA-KBKSEY " KANSAS. CRANK LINDSAY fcf. A. M. D.. SURGEON OFFICE IN NEW BANK BUILDINQ. v Office 'Phone S3. WA-KEENEY - - KANSA8. DR. S. HUFF MOUND VALLEY. KANSAS. TIE WELL KNOWN CANCER SPECIALIST OF OTIt THIKTT TEARS' KXPKHIKTfCB Cancers and. Tumors in' all forms CURED without the. use of Knife or Caustic. J G UjIRjIJV TEK A CURE in every , caseJ COJVSUZTATIOJV FREE. . Letters of ' inquiry promptly answered. DR. 0. F. B0HMAN, Dentist Offick Hours; 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. tr Office two doors south of the Postoffice. ii in ii i n n ii M. W. ran d u w. AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. C. D. YETTER NOTftRY PUBLIC. Ogallah ------ Kansas. Your swearing attended to at reasonable rates. Blanks furnished. Do you want a loan? Do you want to sell your land? Do you want to buy land at a bargain? Call on f AI1M A Ktm A kl WA-KEENEY KANSAS . I H. F. KLINE. g REAL ESTATE. 3 W .1. S ABSTRACTING & Hi I ended in the sum of $5,000. j IiNSUBANCE, NOTARY PUBLIC. ft tif Rents Collected and payment of Taxes n toi . , . . , , . w rfr iiuu-iwmoots a specialty. T& & ft Large list of lands for sale at low rlrlcee fli lift an v easy terms. & WA-KEENEY, KANS., jj S. M. HUTZEL. BUYS AND SELLS Real Estate Leases Lands, Collects Rents, Pays Taxes for Non-Residents. Special Attention Given to Col lections. Correspondence Solicited'. WA-KEENEY KANSAS STANLEY J. STRAW . LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR mF 1IX C1IX8 AN9WI BED DAT OR SIGHT Office 'Phone 110 Residence 79 With Howe & iArahee. T. W. BUNDY WELL BORING- Wells Bored and Cased on Short Notice. All Work Guaranteed'. Your " Patronage Solicited. WI. BRAGG. iom. BBAGG. WM. BRAGG, SOUTH SIDE RESTAURANT.. . Meals at all hours. Confectionery, Cigars, Etc. Fresh Bread and Pies. , WA-KEENEY, KAN. Pay "US" we need coin.