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and saving. Hk' K'-msM- iw-'" For Home Baking pp9p "-"1 Fresh pork at Baker's. Pickled pork at Baker's. I sell cigars J. J. Hyde. White Spot J. J. Hyde. For Sale- First class driving team. Enquire at Staatz's livery. Pasture for Rent Sl-2 3-13-21 in Trego county, Kansas. Ad dress, Mrs. A. Perisho, Kansas, Illinois. 9-10 GOME Wanted About 20 horses to pasture. J. P. A. Elvert. John Spena was in Kansas City this week on business. Sammy Gil more is the new "typo" in the Reporter office. Mr. and Mrs. Hardman visited with relatives in Salina the first of the week. F. D. Hastings, Grant Billings and F. Staatz ride in new Ford touring cars. Sam Harvey was up from Ogallah Tuesday and remember ed us with a pleasant visit. Get to the Union Depot on the spot Friday, evening. May 6th or you may miss your train. George Baker purchased two lots east of his meat market and will erect a business block in the near future. ,0. H. Olson, barber and auc tioneer of Collyer, was in town Tursday afternoon and made us a pleasant visit. A. J. Gullett was up from the Smoky on Wednesday attending to some business matters , an.d made us an agreeable call. Attorney Rea was up from Hays the first of the week look ing after some legal business and incidentally talking politics. A large delegation of Odd Fel lows and Rebeccas attended the 91st anniversary of the I. O. O. F. at Hays on Tuesday. They report a royal time. Wanted About 25 head of horses and mules to pasture. Plenty of grass . and good water. Seven and one half miles north of Wa-Keeney. H. J. Eulert. Ralph Pierson and Minor Pof fenberger made an auto trip to Hilltown last Sunday to see if they could induce the Minstrel ball club to cross bats with Togo. Mrs. I. T. Purcell, Mrs. F. C. Wollner and Mrs. W. Y. Herrick attended the meeting of the state federation 'of Women's clubs at Abilene this week. Mrs. Pur cell represented the Tourist club and LJesdames Wolllner and Herrick the Locust club. i Gettin' hot. i Pickled pork at Baker's. "Mound City P:iints may cost a trille more, btit ! Verlieok & Lucas." Pure home Baker's. made lard- at Larabees Big Cash Discount Sale closes today. John Spena sold a car of Ford autos last week. Quite a number of country schools will close to-day. Well, it didn't rain last Sunday did it? But never mind, it will some day. Come to see the Union Depot and hear Miss Kackley, Friday night, May 0th. You will find "Among Our Ex change Notes," on the supple ment. Read it. For Sale Good all purpose bay horse, wt. 1100. Inquire at World office. Rev. Mumford. Mr. and Mr. T. J. Pickering are the proud parents of a 10-lb. boy born April 26th. Fred Knoop's baby was quite sick the first of the week, but at present writing is convalescing. Wanted About 40 head of cows to pasture abaut May 1st. Schuyler Gibson and George Nieslej . There will be no wait between acts in the Union Depot as Miss Kackley will fill the space with readings. Get your hammock today we have them in endless variety and price from $2.50 up. Larabee Furniture Co. For Sale 300 bushels Early Ohio Red River seed or eating potatoes, northern grpwn; 65c per bushel. J. R. Wilson. Itching, bleeding, protruding or blind piles yield to Doan's Ointment. Chronic cases soon relieved, finally cured. Drug gists all sell it. Billy Bragg returned home last week and is now daily be hind the counter at the South end restaurant, waiting on his constantly increasing trade. The New Store for Dry Goods and Groceries ! Having purchased the G LEA SON & MARSHALL stock, I have embarked upon a commercial career for myself. My endeavor will be to treat all fairly and honestly and guarantee satisfac tion to my customers. All the lines in the stock have been run down to a very small amount, causes me to buy everything new. Kindly asking you to keep the new store in mind and when in town make your headquarters with us. Yours for business, E. A. COURTNEY. V Mrs. Lutz of Sharon Springs, a cousin of Mrs. Grant Bronson, visted at the Bronson home the. first of the week. Wanted 100 head of cattle to pasture; good grass, running water. D. Rohrbacher, 7 1-2 miles northeast of Wa-Keeney. The city council meets in reg ular session next Monday even ing. It is probable that only routine business will come up. W. A. Tawney, the popular postmaster and general mer chant, of Og?llah, was a county seat business visitor Wednesday. For Sale Hollow wire, air pressure gasoline lighting sys tem; two lamps, 5-gallon tank; cost new, $22.00; will sell for $13.00. J. J. Hyde. ' 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 last will and testament of the late Martin Bordovsky has been duly admitted to record and probate. After making sev eral small bequests, amounting to $500, to distant relatives and friends, he gives $500 to. the Wa Keeney Cemetery association and the remainder of his estate to the Wa-Keeney City Water works fund. The estate amounts to between $2,000 and $3,000, with the little outstanding debts. J. J. Keraus has been appointed exacutor of the will. It will probably be more than two years before these bequest can be paid. The estate consists of loans and small houses and lots in this city. Sunday School Convention at South Downer, Sunday, May 8, 1910. ; PROGRAM Song Convention Prayer Mrs. Snyder Song .and Praise Service Chas Marcy The importance and prompt ness in Sunday-school and church work .- Mr. Holmes Recitation Reva Holmes Song Bethel Sunday School Recitation Elsie Gullett The object of studying our Sunday school lesson Mrs. Plants The work of superintendent . to make a success of Sunday ' school x. . .A. J. Gullett Recitation Guy Jesse Song Convention Why the Sunday School Mrs. Whitson Recitation Elsie Jesse Song Agnese Stowe and Agnese Schrieber The practical side of Adult Bi ble class work.W. F. Swiggett Recitation Lily Bowen Broken Pieces.. Mrs. Ellermeyer Home Department Work Steve Kite Song South Downer S. S. The Influence of Primary De partment on Character .... Miss Scott Recitation Belle Bowen Our county work. ..J. H. Neisley Song Convention H. S. Marcy, Secretary. Tell Us Our Faults A mistake is possible. It is sometimes impossible to prevent it. You maj get a pound of butter not quite up to the mark. Or a dozen of eggs with one or two of them of suspicious age BUT (and this is the cheif point of this ad.) you will find us not only willing but ANXIOUS to right these wrongs. You have but to . bring such things to our notice to have them receive our immediate attention. We want to get as near as pos sible to perfect store keeping and you can help us to do this by pointing out our faults. Let us enroll you as a customer. STAR GROCERY to our store, look over our new ' spring line of Curlee Clothes. You have never seen anything I handsomer in clothes; all the newest shades and patterns of I of fabrics -every' new idea in jf atyle and make. I Curlee Clothes are different from ordinary read y-to-wear clothes. The faultlessness of the fit and the individuality of the styles will appeal to you instantly. We carry a most com plete stock of these good clothes and in vite you to come in . and look them over even if you don't intend to buy just now. It is well to be posted and there is no bet ter spot to learn the latest styles in fash ionable wearing apparel than right here. Suits, $6 to $25 Comfortable FOOTWEAR, UP-TO-DATE HATS and GENTS'S FURNISHINGS. G. H. BRONSON, East Side Main St. Wa-Keenev. Kansas. - Real Estate Transfers For the week ending April 33. 1C10. furnished by W. H. SwiKKett. Wa-Keenej. Kansas. W J Williams to Wm Ber tran, lots 12, 13, block 2 Wa-Keeney 200 P L Purinton to Thos- OLeary, S W 14, 13, 25 3500 Henry Krug to David Mayer S W 1, 13, 21 2175 B F Straily to John Lucky S 1-2 1. 15, 25, -4700 G E Garrison to J W Hafin- dick lot 32, block 4 Wa Keeney : 100 C H Swisher to M E Bassett N WT 17, 15, 24 2750 C H Swisher to M E Bassett S W 8, 15, 24, 2750 W H P Stevens to Frank Bongartz S E 31, 13, 21 . . . 800 C W Harper to E Guechew- sk, portion of block 6 Collyer 267 C Rassmussen to H Smith N W 23, 11, 23, 5400 Otto Hess to John E Ewart all 13, 15, 22 4800 Otto Hess to John E Ewart N E 24, 15, 22 1200 H F Kline to W G Baker ljts 10, 11, block 41, Earl's Re. sub 700 HF Kline to Edna R Howe NW14, 14, 24 -...3200 Sarah Ashcroft to R A Nel son, lots 3, 4, block 21, Wa Keeney 300 A J Gullett to C H Swisher, n hf of ne 25 and s hf se 24,15,24 2600 John Harrison to Flora E Glenn, lots 1 to 5, Black 1, Collyer 400 J W Reynolds te H Ring strom, ne 17-13-22 3700 O A Chapman to C H Swish er, ne 31-15-24 1500 Bargains ! Now is the time for gasoline and oil stove ovens at bargains, at Bacon's hardware in the J R. Wilson building: $2.75 ovens, $1.75. $2.50 ovens, $1.50. $2.00 ovens, $1.25. Also Perfection oil stoves at bargain prices. WEATHER REPORT , Maximum and minimum tem perature according to the gov ernment thermometer at Wa Keeney for the week ending Wednesday noon. Max Mm Thursday 74 . . 51 Friday 73 40 S atu rday 65 34 Sunday 59 39 Monday 70 31 Tuesday 78 34 Wednesday 83 .48 Except for the new city water works we have had no moisture of any consequence in this neigh borhood since February. It's Going to Rain It always.- has and it will again, but that cuts no figure with what we want to tell you, We pay cash for y Poultry and Eggs Rain or Shine, come and see us. j(we want Your Produce.) Tawney & Smith. Ogallah, HASTAIRE (76020.) fills' ' M 'r'4W fife- - BILL AND ALFONSO. Ik Miss Emma Slatter of Enter prise is the guest of the Staatz sisters. Imported Percheron Stallion. Hastaire, who has been exam ined by the State veterinary board and successfully passdd all requirements of that. depart ment, is an Imported Percheron stallion, a coal black coming 3-years-old and weighs 1900. Will make the season of 1910 at my farm, 3 miles west of Wa Keeney, every day except from 1 to 5 o'clock Saturdays, when no work will be done. BIG- TOM is a Black Mammoth Jack, four years old, heavy bone; best jack in the county. Season same as above. TERMS Hastaire, $12.00; Big Tom, $10.00 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mares disposed of or removed from the neigh borhood, will be considered with foal and the owner must pay the service fee. Mare and colt will stand good for the service of the horse. Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. Joseph. Spena, Owner as T7 O -f- for oaic 250 feet 1 inch gas pipe, good i new, at 7 cents per foot. ou DUSlieis oj. xv it in l uuiu eeu at $1.25 per hundred. 30 bushels Milo Maise seed at $1. 25 per hundred. State Forestry Station, 4-23-2t Ogallah, Kan. For Rent Nw 1-4 29-11-24 and ne 1-4 1-13-22. Herman Long. Do not forget to see E. D. Wheeler if you want a farm. loan. BILL is a Grade Percheron stallion, dark bay and weighs about 1400 pounds. ALFONSO is a Kentucky bred jack, weighing about 900 pounds, good disposition and a sure foal getter. These animals will make the season of 1910 at my farm one mile west and one-half mile south of Ogallah, Kans. No Sunday work. TERMS Bill $8; Alfonso, $10 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mares disposed of or removed from the neighborhood will be considered with foal and the owner must pay service fee. Mare and colt will stand good for the service of the horse; care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will be responsible should any occur. T. O. Roberts, Kansas. Ogallah, Hot or Cold 2 BATHS 25c J. J. HYDE Wa-Keeney, - Kansas Wanted Men and teams to break sod. Herman Long. J. A. Moye's restaurant is the place to stop at when in town.