Newspaper Page Text
pother glorious rain.
Pickled pork at Baker's. I sell cigars J.J. Hyde. The commissioners were in session Monday. Drs.. Jones & Herrick will test your eyes and guarantee glasses. The drouth is broken 2 inches of rain in the past ten days. C. Li. Hardman made a busi ness trip to Stockton the first of the week. Come to see the Union Depot tod hear Miss Kackley, Friday night, May 6tb. Dr. Bohman moved his dental office to the rooms over Ernst Courtney's store. Mrs. Perry Johnson of Glas coe, Kan., is yisiting her parents, JMr. and Mrs. G. M. Ufford. ' Clark Myerly is home iron! Kansas City and is clerking in Gibson's drug store tLis week. Miss Ida Courtney, cashier of the . Grinnell State bank- spent i - oonday with her brother, iiirnst. Wanted About 40 head of cows to pasture abaut May 1st. Schuyler Gibson and George Nieslej . - We are glad to see our old friend Ernst Mussemann up and around aga'n after several week's illness. , There will be no wait between acts in the Union Depot as Miss Kackley will fill the space with readings. Mrs. P. P. Lucas was called to Olathe, Kan., the first of the week on account of the sickness . of her sister. Help the Public library and enjoy yourselves at the Union Depot May 6th, at 8 p. m., given by home talent. Did you see Jake Heckman's new ice wagon? Well, "Jake did the painting and Blacksmith Murray did the wagon work. It looks quite cityfied. , Itching, torturing skin erup tionss, disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's Ointment brings -quick relief and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any drug store. '. . . .i Wanted About 25 head "of horses and mules to pasture. Plenty of grass and good water. Seven and one-half . miles jiortli if Wa-Keeney. H. J. Eulejrt. , - WEflTFE i REPORT Maximum and minimum tem perature according to the gov ernment thermometer at Wa-Keeney for the week ending Wednesday noon. - Max Min Thursday ...98.... 58 IFriday 88 . . ..60 Saturday 78 . .48 -Sunday 78 46 Monday 60 . . . . 3 'Tuesday 57 39 Wednesday 52 43 A little more than one-half Kinch of rain fell here Sunday alight the biggest thing in that iline since November. Wanted Boarders during 4 7 4t !Normal. Emma Hottel. ' Board of Equalization Meeting. !Notice to tax payers: Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners -of Trego county, will meet as a Board or Equalization at the of fice of the county clerk, on the first Monday in June, being June 6th, A. D., 1910, at which time they will proceed to fairly and impartially equalize both the personal and real property of Trego county, as returned by several assessors of said "? rAtv for the vear 19TO. Lf-'j$ this meeting all persons f feeling aggrieved can appear and I 'have all errors in the return cor rected. Given under "iy hand and the seal of said board affixed this 4th. day of May, A, D., 1910. " w. N. Lakabgg, " :seaiu County Clerk. The funeral of the six months bid .child of Mr. and Mrs. Mc Atee whieh died Friday, was held at the home Saturday after 'noon and the remains laid to rest in the Wa-Keeney cemetery. I Wanted Fat hogs. Highest market price paid. W. C Shoades. Bargains I f Now is the time for gasoline tnd oil stove ovens at bargains, t Bacon's hardware in the J R. Wilson building: 1 $2.75 ovens, $1.75. $2.50 ovens, $1.50. $2.00 ovens, $1.25. , i Also Perfection oil stoves at jtargain prices., - SOUTH TRtGO David Deines spent Friday in Hays City on business. Little more rain wanted up this way as we bavn't quite enough. Herman Sitz is here from Rus sell visiting his sister and broth- er-in-Jaw this week. ... Joseph Jackson is a new mem ber of Ransom phone line which is being built at present. James Benisch attended the dance at the Papas home last Saturday night in Ellis. Mr. Papas and Mr. Simon of Ellis spent Tuesday and Wednes day at V. Benisch s home. Elmer and Nellie Pearl of Voda were the guests of Annie Benisch Saturday and Sunday.. Many of the folks around here are obeying the road boss and are improving the looks of the roads. Remus Schneider is" disposing" of iil3 property and is making preparations tti tnorejfcd Nebras ka this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schneider took dinner with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Schneider, Monday. PatOToole, the census enum erator of Willcox and Franklin townships, is around here in this vicinity taking the census. Henry Deines and wife return ed from Lucas and Russell where they visited Iriends and relatives the past two weeks. John Lohman went to Russell this week with the expectation of finding himself a place there on which to move at the earliest possible date. The coyote hunters are mak ing their annual tour through here, some have been quite suc cessful as they caught about twenty -five young ones already. Mr. and Mr-s. John Lohman entertained several of their relatives and friends at dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McKinley and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Remus Schneider and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schneider, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ghumm and fam ily. Hail! Hail! Hail! Now that we . have plenty of good rains, and a fine wheat crop coming, do not take chances but eome in and let us insure you against loss by hail. R. C. Wil son &Son. '- 4 72t VODA. Fine rain Sunday night, it was needed pretty bad. John Krhut went courting down to Russell, Monday. . . The Voda carpenters are building a barn for Frank Stra dal. Steve Krhut and family visited with F. Krhut and family, Sun day. John Spena passed through Voda in his flying machine Fri day evening. Bob Kirk shipped five cars of hogs and cattle out of Wa-Keeney, and Mr. Shields two of hogs Sunday. The ball game Sunday between the ;'stiffs" and the "limbers" stands 24 to 2 in favor o- the '"limbers." Wm. Cox uses a small gasoline engine to pump water; it beats a wind mill. William is irrigating his garden. Wm. Cox, Ralph and Chas Kristoff-made a flying trip to El lis Saturday where they pur chased a piano of Ross & Waldo. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Cox, Mr. and Mrs Fred and Otto Schwan beck went Fishing Sunday and Fred over loaded his "devil" wa gon with fish and sprung the hind axle. . The Kristoff brothers treated themselves to a thousand dollar piano. I tell you it's a dandy and if you want to hear some good music just call on the boys and they will accommodate you as they are both fine players.- For Sale Good, bright, prair ie hay in stack. F. W. Potter, 3 miles south of Wa-Keeney. Phone 9G9. After a heavy meal, take a couple if Doan's Regulets, and give your stomach, liver and bowel's the help they ' need. Regulets bring easy, regular passages of the bowels. Notice All persons indebted to me will please call and settle at once. If not paid your ac count will be placed in the bands of attorney for collection. O. H. Reichard, blacksmith. Wanted Horses and mules to pasture. H. J. Eulert. 7 miles north and 1-2 mile east of Wa Keeney. 4 7 2t ! High School dosing, May 15 to 20 Inclusive Sunday evening, May 15, Class Semion. Tuesday, May 17, Common School Commencement. Wednesday, May 18, Class Day exercises. Thursday, May 19, Commence ment Exercises. Friday," May 20, Field Day. Rev. S. L. Allison will preach the Class Sermon. Prof. Raymond A. Schwegler will deliver the Common School Commencement address. Dr. F. B. Myers will deliver the Commencement address. . Should you wish to enjoy Class Day exercises be sure and read your Hamlet. You will wish to know Mr. Cramlet and his ghost. - All programs in next week's issue. - DOJNS THIR DUTY Scores of Wa-Keeney People Are Learning the Duty of the Kidneys. To filter the blood is the kidneys' duty. When they fail to do this the kidneys are sick. Backache nnd many kidney ills follow; Urinary trouble, diabetes. Doan's Kidney Pill; care them all. Wa-Keeney people endorse our claim. Chas. E. Hid ? way. dent of the court, near Wa-Keeney, Kans.. savs: "'About two years njro I had a bad attack of rlieu m atism and after recoqeri n pr I su f fered a great deal from backache- Too fre quent, passages of the secretions also caused me annoy a rue A neinhbor at length ad vised roe to try ' - Kidney Fil is and I procured n b x W, Gibson's drug store. They p-o be just hat I needed and it was n t long befor was in good health. evr sii c X pr, Doan's Kidney pills on han . n vc . a ken a box occasionally as they kept my kidneys in a normal condi tion. For sal by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Poster-Mi Hurn Co.. HutTalo. New York, sole agents for trie United Slates. Knit-Rtber the name ioans and take no ther. First pnblished May 7, 1910 Publication Notice In the district court of Trego county. v Kansas 11. J. McNair. Plaintiff, vs Ben Blanchard. Mrs Ben Blanchard, his wife whose tirst and christian name Is not known and their unknown heirs, devisees, e.xeci'tors. administrators, trustees and assigns, Defendants. Yon and .each of you are hereby notified that you have baeii sued in the district court of the 23rd Judicial district, state of Kansas, sitting in and for the county of Trego in said state, by H. J. McNair, and you must answer the petition of said plaint iff hied against you In the office of the clerk of said court on or before the 20fch day of June, 1010. or the said petition will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered in favor of the said H. J. McNair and tgainst each of you establishing a ud con firming the right, title and interest of the said H.J. McNair In and to the southwest quarter of section 10 in township 12 south of rang 23 west of the 6th p. M . lying and sit uate in the county of Trego, state of Kan sas, quieting? the plaintiff's title to said property against each of you; and forever barring and estopping you and each of you and all persons claiming by through or un der you or any of you from having or claim ing any right, title, interest tr- estate. in or lien mn the said I-hh.1 nmnnrtv or mh v 1 part thereof,-and for tile cost of this action. v I In witness whereof I nave hereunto set my nana ana a nix o the seal of said court at my office in the citv of Wa-Keeney, this 5th day of May A. I. 1910. ; . - Attest:- X E. RIIHJ WAY, (Seal) ;ierk of the District Court. I. T-PURCELL, - Attorney for Plaintiff. First published April 30, 1910 Publication Notice In the District Court of Treeo County. Kansas. Harry E. Welch, Plaintiff ts Abbey S. Sheldon and his wife, whose first name is to piaintltr unknown, the Tin known heirs. exHC.utnrs. urlm i n iut.ptitni-u devisees, trustees and assigns; The West -erd Farm Mortgage company, er its un known successors, trustees and assigns, Defendants. State of Kansas to Abbey S. Sheldon and has wife, whose first name Is to p aintiff un known, the unknown heirs, executors, ad ministrators, devisees, trusie e and assigns; The Western Farm Mertgaxe company, or ifc n nlrnnwn aii.u ....... 3 signs, defendants above named. loa and each of you will take due notice juu uavo oeeu suea in the district hi . ;l irpgocomity. Kansas, by Harry E. Welch and that utiles you answer said nlaintiff's net it ton mwm file nn si Wa..M. the 17th day of June. 1910, the same will be taKen as ira ana judgment will be rendered against you and each of you, quieting t he miu iMHiiitiir me real estate de scribed in said petition, viz; The southwest quarter of section 4. town ship 15 south, range 23 wesi of the 6t h P. M .. Kansns. lying and situate in Trego c unty. Kansas, and adjudging your claim to said real estate If any yon have to be null and void against the title of said plaintiff, and forever barring and enjoining vou and each of you from asserting any title to. interest in or 'len upon said real estate or any part thereof, and excluding you and each of yon. and all persoiis claiming under, or through you or any iC yon. from all title W. interest in, or lien on the said real estate. I. T. Purcell. Attorney for Plalntiffi Attest C. E. Kidgway. eal Glerk of District Court. First published April 30. 1910 . Publication Notice In the District Court of Trego county. Kansas. Mary E. Hart well. Plaintiff. vs George Slusher. E'len Slushor. his wife, their unknown heirs, executors, adminis trators, devisees, trustees and assigns. The American Mortgage and Guaranty company, und Its ankituwn successors, trustees and assigns. Defendants State of Kansas to George Slasher. Ellen L. Slasher, his wife, if they bo liviug. and the unknown heirs, executors, administrat ors, devisefs. trustees and assigns of the said G-org Siunher and Ktlen 1. Slusher. his wife if they be dead; The American Mortgage and Guaranty company and its unknown successors, trustees and assigns, defendants above named . You and each af yon will take duo notice that you liavo been sued in the district court of Trero count y. Kansas, by Mary E. Hartwell and that unless yon answer said plaintiff's oetiiKut now on tile on or before the 17th day of J une. HH0. the same will be taken as trne and jodirmetit wlli bt render ed against yon and each of yon. quieting therith of said uiaintiff to the real estate described In s;iid petition, vis: The n-rtliwest quarter of sect-Ion 30. town ship 11 sout n. range 4 wst of the 6lu P. M., Kansas, lying ar.d situate in Treiro county. KxnSas. und adjudging your claim to said real estate if any yon have, to be null and void acainst the titlo of this plaintiff, and forever barring and enjoining yon and each of you from asserting any title to. iuterest In or Hen upon said real estate or any part thereof, and excluding yon and each of yon. and all persons claiming under or through f-ou or any of yon. from all title to, interest u, or lien on i he said real esta'e. I. T. Purcell. Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest r - . C. E. Btdrwtv. 4 Seal) U.erk of District Court. or Cold 25c BATHS J. J. HYDE Wa-Keeney. - Kansas Do You Want I to trade for a small farm or ell youT land? If so list it with Theo Courtney, Topeka, Kas. 104 East Sixth St. Just Lookey Here! Have You Heard Powers & Kelly AUCTIONEERS ? Graduates of Missouri Auction school. We solicit a share of your patronage. Powers & Kelly, OgaUah, Kans. T. W. BUNDY WELL BORING- Wells Cored and Cased on Short Notice. All Work Guaranteed. Your Patronage. Solicited. (l-lrst publication May 7. li'10.) Administrator's Notice State of Kansas. Trego County, in the Pro bare Court held in and for said county and state. Notice is hereby given, that letters of ad ministration, upon the estate of Charles Wish, late of Trego county. Kans.. deceas ed, have been granted to the undersigned. Ernsn Mussemann. by the Probate court of said county of Trego. State of Kansas, All persois having claims h gainst said 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 such estate: and if such claims be not exhibited within three years from the time of the publication of this no tice, they will Ik? forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of Mhv A. 1. 1910. . ; FRNST MtTSSEMANNN. Administrator, estate of Charles Wish, de ceased. , -. Attest: A. S. PEACOCK, Probate Judge.- . Grants Abdallah, Jr - Grants Abdallah Jr., record 2:10 1-2, he by Abdallah Eruce, he by Alexander AbdallaH Dam, Martha by Hoosier Jiir,: be by Legal Tender, Grants Abdallah J., Dam, Lady Estell, she by Red Bird, he by Red Fern, h by McCurdy's Hambletonian. Grant is of fine disposition city broke, dapple oay stallion, i years old, weight, 1150. Grant is the only double gaitei 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 trot s back. Automobiles now compel us to breed for better roadsters. Grant will make the season of 1910, Staatz bnrn, Wa Keeney, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; BViday an&Sat urday in Ellis " Terms: Season, to insure, $15. Season, 10. Single service, $5. Mares disposed of or removed from the community will be con sidered with foal and the owner in ust pay service fee.' Care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur. L- E. Staatz, Owner. Taken Up Yearling black calf. Frank Strong on Cloud farm northeast of town. Phone 402 Card of Thanks "We wish to thank kind friends and neigh bors fo: their kindness in sick ness and death of little Margaret. Mr. anl Mrs. McAtee and child ren.. ; . tor. c First class driving team." IZnqrure at Str.a'z's livery. lisUre for ler.t El i 3 13-21 in Tre-'o county, Ksr.srs. Ad dres. Mrs. A." Perisho, Kansas, Illinois, r 910 Do not-forget to see E. D. Wheeler if yoa want a farm loan. Hot S. M. II OTZElT : BUYS AND SELLS , REAL ESTATE Leases Lands, Collects Rents, Pays Taxes for Non:Resi- dents. Siecial Attention Given to Col lections. Correspondence "Solicited. WA KEENEY KANSAS THE NEW ROYRL CftFEonfl RESTRURRNT ' Ellis, Kans. Opposite New Opera House Meals and Lunch Served at All Hours 0 Open All Night R. sTleisenring 8 eneral Julacsmtth Horseshoeing it Specialty (L. Schmitt's Old Stand) WA-KEENEY - - - KANSAS ANDROGYNE Imported Percheron Stallion ..urtJ isiinw French Registry, 65227. American Registry 51460. Androgyne has passed the ex amination of the State veterin ary department. He is a coal black Percheron stallion with the exception of a star, in forehead and small ship on nose. He was five years , old March 20, weigh ing about 1800 pounds. BERG-ER "Registered Kentucky Bred Mammoth Jack Color, black; 16 hands high; wt. 1000 pounds. A quiet actor and sure foal getter. Will make the season of 1910 at F. P. Manzer's barn, one mile south-east of Banner P. O, Terms $10 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mares must be returned regularly every 21 days during the season. Mares dis posed of or removed from vicin ity where owned when bred, will be considered in foal and service fee becomes due and MUST be paid at once. Mare and colt held for the insurance money. Have one of the latest improv ed impregnators and can breed all that come. Will use due care to avoid accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. F. P. Manzer, Owner. Banner, Kansas. Dr. M. Jay Brown, speci alist, of Salina, will be at the American House, Tues day May 10th. Ellis, Wed nesday, May lllli, prepared to treat the medical and sur gical diseases of the Eye, JEar, Nose' and Throat, - and to fit glasses. ( Wanted 100 head of cattle to pasture; good grass, running water. D. Rohrbacher, 7 1-2 miles northeast of Wa-Keeney. 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. If you have horses you want pastured near town see Oster kamp. 4 7 tf C. L. DAyiDSON, B. A. M. D . PHYSICIAN Sc SURGEON Special attention to Surgery, Fe - male Diseases and - -Chronic Cases. ( Successor to Dr. Lindsay.) - Drs. Jones & Herrick will test your eyes and guarantee glasses. Fresh pork at Baker's. 4. H. JOvti. ' PHYSICIAN AND SUUGKON. WA-KKKXKY KANSAS. O- "A. CORTRIGHTV BONDED ABSTRACTER AND NOTARY PUBLIC TWO TERMS REGISTER OF DEEDS Rents Collected Lent Papers Execated Correspon Jence :-: , N Solicited DR. O F. BOHMAN, Den t iT OrFicc Horns; 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. 9rOffice two doors south of the Postofflce JDr R & Spencer WA-KEENEY - "- - KANS. Located in Ed. Porter's Land Agency Building. 'Phones Res. 65; Office 151 STANLEY J. STRAW LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR ALL CALLS ANSWKKED DAT OR NIGHT Office 'Phone 1 10 Residence 79 With Howe & Larabee. Do you want a loan? Do you want to sell your land? Do yon want to buy land at a bargain'r Call on JOHN A. NELSON, WA-KEENEY KANSAS ( "1 E. D. WHEELER i Real Estate. Loans and Insurance, t Farms, Ranches - I . , and - i Town Property. ! ' r Attends to business "for non-residents. Correspond ence solicited. i Wa-Keeney, Kansas. IN. PLASTERING. ' STON AND CEMENT WORK. KIGHTBBH TEARS BXFBBIE1CCB. , ALL WORK GUARANTEED. WA-KEENEY KANSAS. H. If. misoh; AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Liv Stock a specialty. ' ' 'Phone at residence. 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 mile: south and 1-2 mile west of Voda , Ned is a black Perch stallion 3 years old, weighs 1425 lbs. fine large bone and good action., excellent build and style. Terms $8.00 to insure col to stand and suck. Mare an colt will stand good for service of the horse. Mares disposed o or removed from the neighbor hood will be considered with foa 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. For Rent Nw 1-4 29 11-24 and. no 1-4 1-13-22. Herman Long, v sty e.f fmm- vwwim V