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Grants Abdallah, Jr
Grants Abdallah Jr., record 2:10 1-2, he by Abdallah Bruce, lie by Alexander Abdallah. Dam, Martha by Hoosier Jim. he by Legal Tender, Grants Abdallah J., Dam, Lady Estell, she by Red Bird, be by Red Fern, hi by McCurdy's Hambletonian. Grant is of fine disposition city broke, dapple oay stallion, years old, -weight, 1150. Grant is the only double gaitev stallion in the middle west, made his mark at Fort Riley, Kansas, when 4 years old.- Grant goes out and shows you paces one mile and reins round and trots back. Automobiles now compel us to breed for better roadsters. Grant will make the season of 1910, Staatz barn, Wa-Keeney, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; Friday and Sat urday in Ellis Terms: Season, to insure, $15. Season, $10. Single service, $5. Mares disposed of or remoed from the community will be con sidered with foal and the owner must pay service fee. Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. Xi- E. Staatz, Owner. NED Grade Percheron Ned has passed the examina tion of the State Veterinary de partment and will make the sea son of 1910 at my farm 3 miles south and 1-2 mile west of Voda. Ned is a blacks Perch stallion, 3 years old.weighs 1425 lbs.; tine large bone and good action; excellent build and style. Terms $8.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mare and colt will stand good for service of the horse. Mares disposed of or removed from the neighbor hood will be considered with foal and owner must pay service fee. Care will be taken to prevent ac cidents but will not be responsi ble should any occur. F. K. ZEMAN, Owner. Among Our Exchanges The recent dust storms have proved of benefit to the wheat, as the dust filled up the cracks and helped to conserve the mois ture. Old timers say wheat never before looked better. Grinnell Record. The freeze during the latter nights of last week and first of this probably destroyed most of the fruit here, although there are indications that part of it is still all right. A week of time will tell. Colby Tribune. The different doctors of the city have come to the conclusion that the very high prices of livery and all things which a doctor must buy has made it necessary for them to raise their schedule of fees. We do not blame them, if we would do ourselves justice we would raise the price of job work and advertising. Hill City New Era. It is an old proverb that "wish ing and woulding never made a full sack." That just means that a man has just got to put his desires into execution if he is to accomplish anything. The merchant who does nothing to attract customers to his store, who does not inform the public of the goods he has for sale, may wish and would in vain for peo ple to enter his doors and buy across his counter. It is the man who "does things" that wins. Exchange. The next improvement' the city should make, assisted finan cially by the Comnercial club and the public generally, is the "rection of a public drinking fountain for both man and beast at the southwest corner of the public square. A nice fountain would not only beautify that par ticular section, but many animals and human beings would drink the cool refreshing water during the hot summer days. What do you think about it ladies? -Get busy. There is a marked increase in the number of cases in the Dis trict court of Gove county in re cent years. Already in Judge Ruppenthal's term more cases," (143,) have come.up than in Judge Monroe's term of eight years, (138.) Litigation was heavy in Judge Osborne's term, being chiefly forecloseures, but after . 1892 there was a great falling off. In Judge Osborne's first term, 282 cases were filed; in his sec ond, 231, a total of 513. But dur ing Judge Monroe's first term only 51 cases were filed and in his second term, 87, a total of 138. During "Judge Reeder's term, 118 cases were tiled and almost as many, 112, during Judge Ruppenthal's' first three years. These figures indicate clearly the increased work for court and judge. Gove City Re publican Gazette. 1 Wanted to pasture About 40 or 50 head of horses. Plenty of water and good grass. Henry Ropers, 4 miles northeast 1 of town. ROSS & WALDO, HEADQUARTERS FOR Farm Bmmplemniemits! We Carry the Following Lines; Studebaker, Peter Schuttler and Charter Oak Wagons. John Deere Listers and Weeders Olliver Listers and Cultivators - Brown Cultivators Cream Separators . . Olliver and Emerson Plows ' Hodge Headers and Mowers Emerson Mowers ROSS F. D. HASTINGS, Mgr. Time, PlaceCentral Hotel! the Best 25C VI 63 1 Wakeny C. H. KULP. Prop. DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM ? DO YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM? DO YOU W -NT TO RENT YOUR FARM? DO YOU WANT YOUR TAXES PAID YOUR RENTS COLLECTED, OR ANY OTHER BUSINESS RDQUIR- ING AN AG - ' IF SO CALLON D. W. KELLER. Wa-Keeney - Call at the Wa-Keeney State Bank for steam-ship tickets, to and from all points in Europe, we .also sell you drafts payable in any part of the world. WALDO, WA-KEENEY, KANSAS. Breakfast, 6:30 to 8:00 Dinner, 11:45 to 1:00 Supper, 5:45 to 7:00 OR WRITE - - Kansas. Now is the time to have ns write you a Fire and Lightning insurance policy, and not take chances, for accidents are sure to come. R. C. Wilson.