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Jjrvsi &rwr, SPes, Oa&es, (Soo&ies, Ocinfiies and Peanuts We try to please our. customers by selling fresh goods only Yours to please, " - tt. FUftRKEN R. H. BURNS REAL ESTATE AND LOANS .Money to loan on land on short notice. Buyers for improved farms and ranches near Ogallah and Collyer. List your land with me, as I am. interested in a large firm in. Kansas City. " J WA-KEENEY J. T. W.CLOUD Real Estate, Rentals, Collections & Insurance Farm Lands, and City Property for Sale and Exchange. BONDED NOTARY Office in 'Phone Office Phone 152. H- J. HILLE. -PRESIDENT W- Q. B4e, VICE PRESIOSN T Capital, $25,000.00. TREGO COUNTY STATU BANK GENERAL BANKING Wa-Kkeney, Kansas. directors- H J. H.L-LE W. Q BAKER W. J. SK CJlean Beds Central Rates, Per Day. . . - . Meal Ticket, 21 Meals . . .Board and Room Per Week . X). II. IAULI , TIUp, Now is the Time to Get Your Seeds! INice clean Amber Cane seed. Siberian or Red Millet seed. English Millet seed. German Millet seed. .. White Kaffir corn seed. Brown Dura Corn seed. Gold and Silver Mine seed corn. Fancy Alfalf a ; seed, strictly pui-e. .All can be had at OSTERKAMP'S. Do not buy dinner -sets, whips or nest eggs for Osterkamp gives them away .FREE at the mill. CHRIS FELLER MANUFACTURER OF Cement 13locivH, Posts, Etc. Stone and Cement Work a Specialty Thirteen .years experience and satisfaction guaranteed -Prices-reasonable. Call on me for estimates Wa-Keeney, Kansas .DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM ? DO YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM? tDO YOU WJNT TO RENT YOUR FARM? DO YOi ' WANT YOUR TAXES PAID YOUR RCNTS COLLECTED. OR ANY OTHER BUSINESS RDQUIR 1NG ANAS': .". IF SO CALLON OR WRITE D. W. KELLER. Wa-Keeney J0 we want Your Produce.) Jawney & Smith. Ogallah. KANSAS Central Building. Residence 'Phone 72 A. H - BLAIR, CASHIER C. R. HILLE, ASST. CASHIER ELTON , S. OIEBOLO A. H BLAIR G-ood Meals House $1.25 3 50 5.00 NfdltJtflltfy, rUW5. Kansas. It's Going to Rain It always , has and it will asrain. but that cuts no -figure with what we want to tell you, We pay casti lor - Poultry and Eggs Rain or Shine, come and see us. Issued every Saturday and entered into the postofflce at. Wa-Keeney. Kansas, as second class matter. - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Per year, in advance.. .... tA ADVERTISING RATES. Display advertisements 10 cents per inch. Locals, 5 cents per line. Collections on all advertisements matte quarterly. All display or local advertising will be ran until ordered out. unless otherwise specified at the time of insertion. Job work. cash, on de livery, except to local customers. ESTABLISHED MARCH 2. 1879. Announcements I am a candidate for the Republican hom ination at the Aueust 1910 primary election for the office of Judtreof the IHstrict Court of the 33rd Judicial District. H. L. Pkstasa. i am candidate for nomination, on the re publican ticket, at the Autrust 1910 primary election, for the office of judge of the 23rd district. F.. A. KEA. Men, who believe in a square deal, r grard less of politics, are urged to test my first terra by their lilichest standards or industry. Integrity and ability, in men sarins my fit ness for re-election as judgce of the 23rd dis trict in November as well :s for the demo cratic nomination lu the primaries. J. C. liCPKNTHAL. I D. Yonntr of Beloit announces himself as a candidate for the office of congressman from the ixtli congressional district, sub ject to the decision of the Republican pri maries. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Trero county loutff. term subject to the decision of the Republicans at the August primary. e.'a.Btu, I hereby announce my candidacy for re nomination as Register of leedsof Trego county, subject to the decision of the Demo crats at the August Primary. MAKGAKETSWIGOETT BIG CRttK. Alight shower Sunday even ing. A ear of apples was on the aide track at Ellis last wee's. Wheat fields begin to look spot ted on account of the wind and dry weather. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson took a flying trip to Ellis in their auto last Saturday. The north district school in district 11 will close next Satur day with a program and picnic. The south district 11 school closed last Saturday with a dinner which the teacher;V;-pn-pils and patrons enjoyed very much ji'. ," I ; Mrs. John Herbert and child ren visited with' Mrs. Prank Cross and family last Sunday afternoor. The program and pie social at the close of Miss .Marts' school last Friday night. was reported; fine by those pre.ent. " . Public Notice All persons knowing themsel ves' indebted to the late firm of Gleason & Marshall are request ed to call at the store of J. J. Keraus and settle by cash or note. O. A. Cortright. SMOKY HILL BREEZES The senses (census) man is out. N. H. Giffin was in Ellis the latter part of last week. The wind has been having a jolly time lately. Have you? Miss Lillian and C. C Cross attended the big social in district No. 25. t The Misses Marts' left for their home in eastern Kansas at the close of their schools. C. S. Hollzinger went to Hays last Tuesday morning to attend the Golden Belt of the I. O. O. F. lodge. - Several young men of this neighborhood have had the bad luck to upset their' vehicles dur ing the past five weeks. Must be worried about something. The pi cgram and pie social in District 25, on April 29, was well attended. Miss Marts is to be. congratul?ted on her program, as it did justice to both teacher and pupils. The songs, recitations, tableaux and dialogue were all well rendered, the program last ing two hours; the pies were then sold and by the way the boys rushed to the pie counter showed that each possessed a sweet tooth and several boys in vested in more than one pie. After the pies were disposed of the crowd adjourned to Johnson's where they danced for a few hours. One thing that is to be greatly regretted is that several articles were missing from" the school house. We were greatly astonished that a thing of this sort would happen around, here. An instance of this kind has never been heard of at the school house before and we hope we will never hear of it again. v -?- OFFICIAL ltYp5 Saturday, AsieffiSS5f 1910. OGALLAH The old school house was sold to C. J. Anderson for $230 and was considered a - bargain by those present. O. A. Griswould, the festive ilacksmith, has the walls of his hop frescoed with alleged poet ry a la Walt Mason. The business men of Ogallah held a very enthusiastic meeting at Ross & Waldo's office last Mondajr night land organized a club to promote the welfare of the town. Roy Blakely was chosen president and A L. Vaughn, secretary. The first work of the club will be to urge the completion of bridges north and south of town. COLLYER. The doctor has been kept very busy of late. Mrs. Fred Hickman was very ill Saturday evening. --'Mrs. York was a visitor of Mrs. A. J. Wall is, Tuesday. The weather reminds "one more of the approach of fall than spring. Excavation for the foundation of the new drug store is well un der way. Seems a pity that a feller will have to buy coal again before winter. Rev Zeigenfu3s is preparing a class for first communion for May 29th. . Mrs. Mall has the sympath of her many friends in the recent death of her mother. Coyote hunting is all the rage now and John Zeman captured twenty-three last week. Our postmistress w s .called Tuesday to Crescent City, Ind., as witness in a postal case. The Manzer family have the sympathy of the community in their recent terrible accident. . Thursday was Ascension Day and was observed by the congre gation of bt. Michael s church. Mr. Mader's new house is fast nearing completion and all won der who the lucky bird will be. Gee Tilton and wife and Mr. Hooper and family were visitors of George Morell's family Sun day. The new hall has been equip ped with a fine new piano pur chased through Mrs. John Qlenn, and this is one good move Vince made as when the hall is wanted, for an - entertainment there will be' iio -; skirmishing around for an instrument to use. The successful candidates in tte recent examination for com mon school diplomas were as far as we have learned all those from Collyer who tried it, also 11 iss Kathryn Walz. and a pupil ; by the name of Williams of Dis trict 16. They are all to be con gratulated. The "lightnings" played the "elders" last Sunday afternoon at Chris Hilderbrands and when the "elders" got through with them you could find none of them with a microscope not even the captain, and we hope the game Sunday at John Zeman's will result better-in their favor. The opening ball at the new hall last Friday .evening was a grand success and every town for miles around was represent- j ed. The music by the Ellis or chestra was fine and every one present had a good time. The supper by Caterer Polvkoskv was all that was needed to sup ply the wants of the inner man. Land Wanted Unimproved, any size tract for investment; price must be a spe cial inducement. Give full par ticulars, price and best terms. Address, Box 531, 10-11 Chanute, Kans. CATARRM COVP glY-FEVER Ely's Cream Balm Sure to Cive Satisfaction. GIVES RCUEF AT ONCE. It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased membrane result m 5 from Catarrh and drives away a Gold in the Head quickly. Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL ay to use. Contains no injurious drags Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. rge Size, 50 cents at Drngista or by mail. . Liquid Cream.. Bajm for "ose-ia. atomixcrs, 75 eents. -- - "I 'C i BY 3R0TIERSf 5 Varrse SLI N wm Yra Lumber, Goal, Grain. Particular people have learned that there is a lot of difference in the quality of lumber, and as we make QUALITY our -"long suit," you take no chances in buying what you need from us. The most complete stock of the BEST LUM BER in Trego County is at your disposal, in fact anything you might want from a lumber and coal yard. N x . Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Good Weights and Good Prices Given ;v for Your Grain, rceceeee The Hardman Lumber Co R. HEADERS 81 1 TO 815 WALNUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. The Old Reliable. Doctor Oldest In asr and fongrest located. A racular Graduate In Medicine. Over 3 Years' Special practice Over 3X years In Kansas City. ESTABLISHED 1867. Authorized by the nhrnnif Marantic and nonial flicnacoe state, to treat ail wuiwitivj iiiiivus uuu ujiuviui wiuuuoee. Cures grn&ranteed or money refunded. All medicines furnished ready for use no mercury or injurious medicines used. No detention from business, patients at a &iatnce treated by ami and express. Medicines sent everywhere, free from gaze or tre&lage. Charges low. Orer 60.D00 cases cured. Are snd experience are important. Sf"A4joux esae and ses loi terms. Consultation tree audi ooufidenti&l, personally or by lztefS, Sernlfisi Weakness Sexuz! Debility, t$u' foHi- and excess causing night losses and -obs of sexual power, pimples and blotches on the face, confused ideas and forpetfulness.basbfulness and aversion to society, etc., cured for life. I stop night In sites, restore sexual power, nerve and brain power.enlarge ana strengthen weak ?arts and make you fit for marriage. Send or free book and list of Questions. a Radically cured with dlrlCIUrO Bew tnfalllb! Horn anrl riAn Treatment- N in "IU WSSfUi sirumecits. no ratn. bo detention from ouslnesn.Cure guaranteed. Book and 11-' 01 questions free-sentseaiea. First published April 30. 1910 Publication Notice . In the District Court of Trego County, - Kansas J. R- Wilson, Plaintiff T Wilnam Thompson and Thompson,' bi wiie. Herce Metz and Metz. his wjf ev Henry R. WUeox,6eo. H. Mclejvain and I. K. Chidester. and the unknown heirs, divis- ees. executors, administrators trustees and. assttcna of said Henry R- llcox. Cieo. H. Mc Elvain and IX H Uhidester;. the unknown heirs, divisees. executors, administrators. trustea andasai.?na of William; V. Drew, deceased. CJeofire Barrett, deceased, and J. WordCatsoft, deceased, and H- J. Hille. Je fendanta. The State of Kansas to William Thompson Thompson-. bi wife. Pierce Metz .and Metz. hit wife. Henrv R. Wilcox. Geo. H Mc El vain. IX P. Chidester. and the- unknown heirs, divisees. executors, administrators truHteeaand namgnsot William 1C. Drewr de ceased. Geortre Barrett, deceased, -aud J- w oro Carson, deceased You and each of sou will take notvee that there is now on tile in the office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for .the eounty of Treo, in the State of Kansas, the petition of the ptaintuT above named, allemnif that her is- tbe owner and in possession of all lots num oerea id. is. 34. 36. 37. 3. 3 and 40 of block number 17. original plat of the city of Wa- Keeney. in said county, nravintr that his title thereto be quieted, and that you and each of you be forever barred and enjoined from as serting or claiming any interest in or to said premises- or any uart thereof- That you, must answer said petition liled. as a foresaid, on or before the iith day of June. 1910. or- said- peti tion will be taken as true and a iudtnnent rendered in said action auainst you- and ea-ch of you forever barrio you and each- of you of all riirht. title, lien, claim or interest in or to said premises above described, or any oar t thereof, and a further judgment will be ren dered forever quieting the title of said, plaint iff In and to said premises. W. &SA.UM. Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest. C- E. Rid -way. (Seal) Clerk ef District Court. (First Publication April 23. UH0. Executor's Notice State of Kansas. Treflto county. In the Pro bate Court held in and for said county and state. Notice is hereby (riven, that letters testa mentary upon the estate of Martin Bordov sky lute of Trepo count. y, Kansas, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned. J . J Keraus by the Probate court of said cotinty of Trejro. bearing date the- 19th day of April. WW. All persons Having claims Hgarn.stsa.fd estate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within one year after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of sucb estate; and if such claims, be not exhibited within three years from the timeof the publication of this notice, they will be forever barred. Dated tnis rath day of April A. D. I9!"0 J. J. KE RAO. Executor of estate of Martin Bordovsky, de ceased. Attest: A- S- PEACOCK. Seal) Probate Judge. First published April 3. fOIO Notice for Poblication Isolated Tract Public Land Sate Serial No. 0878 Department of the interior. IT. Land Office at Topeka. Has.. April 23. 1910. Notice Is hereby given that, as directed1 by the Commissioner of the Geieral Land Of fice, under provisions of act of congress ap proved June 37. Ht 34 S-tats.. 317. we will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the rttth dny-of June. 1910. at this office, the following described land: - South half southwest Quarter of section 20. township 14 Steiut h. range 21 west 6t h P. M . Any persons claiming adversely the above described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before toe time designated for sale. Geo. W. Fisher. Uegisterr J.G.Wood. Receiver. Everybod's friend Dr. Tho mas' Electric Oil. Cures tooth ache, earache, sore throat. Heals cuts, bruises, scalds. Stops any pain. Abstracts of title made promptly at reasonable rates. H-,S wiggett. . Pickled pork at Baker's. Hydrocele snd fl Phimosis irdtTgerw,gi:i vSr Enlarged veins in the VdrilUIClt3 scrotum.causingner vous debility, weakness of the sexual sys tem, etc, permanently cured without pain. Cunhilie That terrible disease, in 9yJillll9 all Its forms and stages, cured for life. Blood poisoning and all private diseases permanently cured. RnniT for both sexes 06 pages, 97 WIX pictures, with full description of above diseases, tbeeffeotaandoure.seat sealed in plain wrapper free. lead this Book tsr Us fsfaraat-OB It oasUias. FREI M US SUM OP ANATOMY FOR M IN ONLY I (First Publication. April 1G. 1U10.) I Sheriff's Sale f he District court of Trego county. State of Kansas. Chartes If. Johnson. Plaintiff. v Mary E. Johnson. Frederick C. Johnson. Dorothy Johnson. Otto Johnson. Boyd Jotonson, Lucy Johnson. Benjamin John sow and Leon Joh-nson. defendants. By virtue of an orUr of safe issued to me, out oT said dLstriet court in the ahoveen titVed action. I will, on Friday the 27th day or may a . u. iwiu, yt o clock a. m.orsaia. SayT Ht tire front das '6ftRe conrrt house in" La , i nr.. .v.. ...... i n T.n . gotn She State? of Kansas, offer at public'" sale, and sell to the liivhest and best bidder. r4rcs4 in baud, a 1 1 I he following described real estate, te wit: The west half of the soWhwritfiinrterof soctjoii three (3). tovrn-ship-elevefi ill). soutJi riine twenty-twro (23). nwti ka Wa A I. L f I. .1 1 .r 1 .w H.imtr In- the couity of Trojo in tho .St jtto-4 Kansas. Th axve rlescrlbi'd i-lsiI estate Is taken nattier property of ftiiid defendants, and is wilt be-sold witliont appraisements to satisfy said ordVr or" sate. J J. Dritmmond. iSlirln of TrKi conuty. K ansas. Ftsst published April 30. 19t0 PTJBLICATtOIi NOTICE In- tb:Etetrict Court of Trego County. Kansas Frank EL Barnes. Plaintiff , vs J. W Colby and E. P. C lilds. partners hereto fove doing; business under the tlrm name of Colby & ChiMs and Child A Colby. Enos Glick. Jasper H McGrew. John W Colbv. the unknown heirs.' devisees, administrators, executors, trustees and assigns of each of the aft resuid persons, and S . J. Holman. assignee of said nrm of Colby & ChUds. De fendants. The above named defendants will take no tice that they nave been sued in the aforesaid court by the said plaintiff and must answer the plaintiff's-petition uled in said cause on or be fore the lttth day of June A. L. 1910. or said petition will be taken as true and Judgment rendered against them as prayed for therein, quieting. andV continuing the title of the plain tiff to the iollowing described real estate, to witr The northwest ouarter of section 27. township 13 south, range 21 west of the 6th P.' M lying and situate in the county of Trego and state of Kansas, and adjudging that the plaintiff is the absolute owner in fee simole of said real estate, that none of said defend ants has any estate or interest whatever therein or valid lien against the same and en joining and forever barring said defendants and eaebof them from asserting any claim of interest in or Tien against said real estate or any part thereof adverse to the plaintiff. Monroe & Hoark. Attorneys for plaintiff. Attest; C E- Kidgway. C&eal) Clerk of District Court. First public hod April Ifi. 1910 HOTIGE OF FIML SETTLEIIfKT, . State of Kansas, Trego County, ss: In the Probate court fti and for said county in the matter cf the estate of Elista. Burns, deceased. Creditors and alt other persons In to posted ha the aforesaid estate, are hereby noticed, that at the next regular term of the Pro bate court, to be begun and held at the court room In Wa-Keeney. county of Trego and state aforesaid, on the first Monday in the month of May A. I. 1H0. I shall appiy to said court for a full and final settlement f said estate. J A KB E. BCTRSS Executrix of the la-tt will aud testament of Ellas Burns, deceased. April 8 A, D. 1910 First publication Mar. 2K, 19 K. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 0107 Department of the Interior. V. S. Laud Office at Toneka. Kans. March 22. 1910. Notice Is hereby Jven that Oscar Scott of Valley. Kanaas. who. on August 1904. made houieNtend entry No. 7330 ' Serial No. -01047. for Iot 4 and southwest quarter of northwest quarter of section 2. townahio 1 south, range 23 west, of the 6th I. M.; has Hied notice of intention to make final five y?nr proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Hon. A. f. Peacock. Probate Judge of Trego county. Kausas. at W-Keeney, Kans., on the 14th day of May. 1010. Otaimant tiamea as wltnAsaos: Albert Ranch. Valley, Kansas Ernest Jesse. do do William A. Lueky. Arnold. Kansas . Pa trie it L)'1mU, Banner. Kaftam. - Geo. W. Fishbr. Uegister.