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v I - COIITU rr I-r I - . aaamMaaaaaaaaaawaa OUUIII IhLUU 1 j a V. -&sA SSreael. Cake, Coo&Us. CanHU ane We try to please our customers hy selling fresh goods only , Yours to please, H. FUHRKEN R. H. BURNS REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Money to loan on land on short notice. Buyers for improved Tarms and ranrh ncai- ntioK 1 . x - - . voonau VJliy KM . List your land with me, as I am. interested in a large firm n Kansas flitir " X.VJ, WA-KEENEY KANSAS J. T, W. CLOUD Real Estate, Rentals, Collections & Insurance . . Farm Lands, and City Property for Sale and Exchange. BONDED NOTARY Office in 'Phone Central Building Office 'Phone 152. Residence 'Phone 72 lamed every Saturday and entered Into the postofflce at Ws-Keeney. Kansas, as second -class matter. TERMS OF STTBSmtrPTTrW Per year, in advance tl.00 OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ADVERTISING RATES. Display advertisements 10 cents per inch. Locals, $ cents per line. Collections on all idTerUvnum. quarterly. All display or local .dr,! m u.j ujgui - iur until ordered out uni!nth.c.. ,ZZl I nome to Kansas CltV the time of insertion. " - UH ue- uvery. except to local customers. Many irom here were court ing in itusseil last week. Ernest Smith spent Sunday evening at Joseph Jackson's. - Otto Olson and son, John spent Sunday at Tom Kite's. - , : ..Daniel Deitz transacted busi ness in Ransom last Saturday. ine farmers are all wearing a. ungui smiie since toe rain. VV. P. Harmon and familK lrt- Tuesday night - for his future ESTABUSHED MARCH 2. 1879. Saturday, May 14, 1910. Announcements T Am . Iifl4i1nn i n ... of the 2a,rt iH,.rr r?.",V"5 ""ct uourt iininci . ff am n at frl . rr-Tj,; Y" "iiusiisih primary district! office of Judge of the sSrS K-A.REA. H. J. HILLE. PRESIDENT W. 6. BAKER, VICE PR ESI O EN T A. H. BLAIR. CASHIER C. R. HILLE. ASST. CASHIER Capital, $25,000.00 TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK GENERAL BANKING Wa-Keeney, Kansas. directors. H J. HILLE W. O BAKER W. J. SK ELTON . S. OIEBOLO A. H BLAIR . -. leamieas Good Meals Central House Rates, Per Day. . . . $1.25 Meal Ticket, 21 Meals . . . 3 50 -Board and Room Per Week . 5.00 . H. KULP, Prop, WaKeeney, Kans. Now is the Time to Get YourSecdsT Nice 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 Mi Fancy Alfalfa seed, strictly pure. All can be had at OSTERKAAf P"S u j- jester -r'&s&fiz: as.-ssf will of the voters at the Augu t. G. V. iirinmrv Marshall tv . v. . i . I ' ' i.uui,.nreii co announce that. L c Tt?" ? candidate for the office of iWiJ . .:.. n"1, subject to the August f.rimarV. t the ri'raivr XI ' T" hfor.h-.rmV'i"?,"no""h' candidacy i -w auwtA pnujry. list- CHRIS FELLER MANUFACTURER OP Cemisxt Blocivs, IPohts, Etc. Stone and Cement Work a Specialty Thirteen years experience and satisfaction guaranteed Prices reasonable. Call on me for estimates Wa-Keetiey. Kansas -DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FARM ? UU YOU WANT TO BUY A FARM? .OO YOU WNT TO RENT YOUR FARM? DO YOU WANT YOUR TAXES PAID ; - au vaiul. ur writs Wa-Keeney D. W.KELLER. Kansas It's Going to Rain It al but that cuts no figure with what we want to tell you. We pay Poultiy and Eggs Rain or Shine, come and see us. - ...... fiwe wnt Your Prodc.)Tawney & Smith; Ogallali. SMOKY HIU BKLEZtS C. S. Holtzinger has been ing corn. Gustave Seitz i nlanfin for Mrs. Joswaknskt Is'nt t.hia E9a.W.-UU. V CttLI If! every little bit helps the wheat. Will Edwards i h, . . "vu.uilis SUU witii a srasoline crmno " 1 OL'Utll KJ L jonn oilman's The census taker is don fair ing our senses(census) and i working the Glencoe people now. Hicks, the T?i 1 ..viom n caiur spend his vacation on his claim. Miss Hilda. .Tnlmcnn W th Miss Hnttio T.-...t, j uuiiiucuu ana Miss Grace AHman last Sunday. Did the hail viii-. ' unday, we heard of quite a it, o K ne -y tue nai in tne Southwestern jiart of the township. , Harrv Cli , . "" "i. uur ixioaern inventors is now wnrb mg on a patent crat, t ho Mrs. J. Allman's place where 'uc roaajsto be opened OttO Olsen's enn TV. b ' . "tl li X 1 uui Lincolm is here looking after his agnuuiiiurai inrerest. Frank Beniseh had the mis fortune to ln hie "h Inn -"- U 1X Ll : &unday wonder who found it. Mr. and Mrs. David Deines Sr. and daughter, Lyddie spent last ween in their old home in Rus sell. .. jliaj uisnn snnrta a Kon buffy and team he expects to spend the Sun days now. . Mrs. Harm Schneider spent wner part or tne week iri itussen visiting the Silas Mc- liune family. -- Herman Sitz left Tuesday' night for Gove County where he will SDend the siimmc nrith t, ; , . " orotner Julias. Mrs. F. S. Lemarr received the sad news, of the death of her father Mr. Eitzen of Gelana Kan sas last Tuesday. Anna Beniseh left Monday night for Omaha Nebraska where viii visit ner aunt and cousin this spring and summer. Herman Heitman entertained his many friends at a social gath ering last Sunday afternoon niose present report a nice time. Willie Schneider is running a oacneior's hall now. He says that the first few -lesson's are free, but the nthpra a according to the instructions given oy nim. John Clark and family from Kansas are the new residents on on tne Harmon ranch south of the Smoky river. We welcome Mr. Clark and family into our midst. TT, J, ... rrea uemes's team ran awav - uu OC11UUSI accident haDnened nnlv t.hof. i I . IS . . J -"' "ukk.v was ail nrnkAn tn t-.; I , v' picvea and the telenhnno ; n . ...'. , K w--. iUt oroKen in two places. Land Wanted - Unimnroved. an v sizo tmt- . ' - v v. u JUl investment: rrice mnt. ho o c. kcial inducement. Give full par ticulars, price and best terms. Address, Box 531. 1011 Cbanute, Kans. DrS. Jones & Herrir-lr -nrill f qc4- jyour eyes and guarantee glasses. Mn . hn liallou I . . Krlrtrn-dasVintr nIT. i, JZ i ". . ' r- I" measurlnn my Bt- tTrl i'iwJlV"'" ?Ja.'Ie H-e 23rd dis- cratic nominittoi In the Drimarletn! dem: " - J. C. ItCPKSTHAL.. ?;?'?n.!to.f BBlolt "nnounces himself an a candidate for the ofBce of ronzresurun ntSHM.the ,"ctal ?'." Kepnblican pril for the offlcTof Trasuriroi TcoSnt Kepublicans at the Augnst primary. J. Al. BILL I herl j.j . nomination . a Krister' of KTr, A1AKGAEET SWIGGKTT Riiim h iiiniD. ..... rr: for the nffl i"""'8 canoiaacy I herfllV M n nmi tnna. . . office of -OlerkVf idlrHUtiOP.i5? Jtretiogutrfni'r,;.0, lbe Bepubltatn. at J. C. BUCHAXAW. I hnh for thn nr,mi;r..? "i?"' candidate thL'a2"X ",lf!i"t!' eciS. of luo nogiisi prlm- w; J. WituiiM. I hemhv MnnnnnA .1 1 . nnniln.Vt , . JWHI I ! 1 -y jor rQ . -- . . . w(j 11 1 jr ncrK or 1 reuo count v subject to the decision of the democratic voters at the August primary C . .N. Lahabee. I hmithv m nnnnnnn ... ... for !... .;! .. ." . " . e,.t BS. a- candidate r "r" .", niHirict court I n. r TS "vf su"Jec to the dacll of the Kapublicians at the August prlnif r , I v. 11. 11,1 1 x. r .n. l:.i . . . lof TiiVlX..i " . '"eomeeor treasurer , . " . ,colu 1 away iiV0'n'7fut8.,!0".m Sundav afternoon r, I priniarv. " " " lvua LumberGoal, Grain. lot we Particular people have learned that there is a of difference in the make QUALITY our "loner. i wf jrvW taiiC HO 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 vard. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Good Weights and Good Prices Given for Your Grain. eeececce - The Hardman Lumber Co. DEL HEMOERSOKI 811 TO 815 WALKUT ST., KANSAS CITY, ifO. &tt. to tntiiu ..avwMV muw nvamgi Ui'DulBl. vnraa IwtBtMi or moaey refun. All medlotnea funlalid Mtw . T mmurrorinjarloiiamedloiaesuaea. No detentl'trbl Jt.Vl 5 j?BO e and aa Ur teraa. ConaoltaUoa Iree aod aonfldS SJ.l"h.s.!i'ou' a9 l .. 1 ' SemlnalWeakiiAseaaa Sexual Debility, Syon!nJS! foia and exoess canning night losses and mi of sexual power, pimples and blotches on the face, confused ideas and fora'etfulness.bashfalneas and aversion to society, etc.. enred for life. I stop night losses, restore sexual power, nerve and brain power.enlarsje aad strengthen weak ?arts and make yon fit for marriage. Send or free book and Ust of questions. Stricture Radically enred with a ! I. new Infallible Noma and G I e t Tr""- N? - , BtrumesM.nopain.no detention from businesa.Cn re guaranteed. Book and ll 01 quetionsfree-sentsealed. tfVCf rOCAls flnrl PmasMKly . . . . " cured) tx a Phimosis 2,wdt:?.rasii yaf'COCele ."-roiVg-n yoae debility, weakness of the sexual sys em. etc.. permanently eared without pals. SvDhilis. t?rr,0,al,l8eM (n u torms and stages, cured for life. Blood poiaonisg and sS private diseases permanently cured. DOOK '?-.bot ?- Pges. T f f , Pictures, with full description of above diseases, the affectaandoura.seat sealed In plain wrapner free. M Btad tail Book far taa hfanudai H . Faiss Museum or tomt row Mm Only First published April 30. 1910 ' Publication Notice In the District Court of Treiro County Kansas J- K. Wilson. Plaintiff William Thompson and wue. fierce Metzand ThODIIMlin Metz. ms wife. his BANNER sod m Jias come rrom impure blood. Can't. ho.,o with faulty digestion, lazy liver Si ? uT?."lsu towels. Kurdock BJood Bit.tei- of "tT . ach, bowels and liver, and nnri. tioo tV. i nn J. Lie case nf h c fi: " - . . IV III!.' U II II H. Britt tried in .Tnrlo-a f-r4- court Wednesfiair rii ,i: j j - " ' umuvu iu. ittvomi ine defendant. The Hav Fku r , t.. . latest rerwr-t. i. . Ciy railroad that was to come through Hamilton township to Stockton, is that last fall thev were to thn J Pans. Now- thn 7r-. . that the flood there tied up the; drench munov nn.i . I ingin Chicago." If the Free Press will get busy McCracken ana Hv -cttr i r j Stockton road ret.McCi-acken Albert Plants is breakihe tora.. . funnton. ,L-u Purinton's were shopers m Wa Keeney Tuesday. John Dalbv has his trip m the east. Clyde McKnigbt is reported not so well this week. : Mrs. Ed Brown of Wa-Ifoonn,, is viaitiug wir.li jtsert McKnights. air. Anderson of Utica is breaking sod for A. W. Purin ton. Ray and Blanch Purinton at tended the play in Wa-Keeney Friday night. N. E. Need and V. S. Marshall visited with Len first of the week. - Jim Bradley came up from Wilson with a fine new machine , ue is trying to sell. Quite a large crowd attended cnurcn aunday. But there is room ror a few more. Ouite a nnmhpr emiuii tend the basket ball game at the wswe r riaay, between Utica ana Arnoia. Mrs. L. A. TTarvo . -.J V.U u .Ii Anna Manzer tnnlr i;-ti.- ir.u-i imwc luauci to the hospital in Kansas City Saturday. Mrs. Pearl ITrvo-c week at Mr. Mnnmra hninim. t. : i 1 & vote iui viik sica. - Among those who receivorl caunty diplomas from Banner were Edwin Ificiro Aniin tj - - Iy - -, & u .11 and Roy Wilds. Harrv Todd j-cm i-nol - . v. uumc i nnrsday from the eastern rrr of the state where he attenriorl the funeral of his mother. James Hawks is building a new cement house on his place. What else James expects, to, dp in the near future we can only guess. . , uw.otw. t-L . mcravain and I. FChidester. and the unknown heirs, divis e?? executors, administrators, trustees and I ia nenry k. Wilcox. Geo. H. Mc- ' iTn-,?Sd D" P- Cbidester: the unkno" sei!S- executors, administrators. . Hi. eesJa-Dd "ssins of William Y. Drew deceased. Georne Barrett, deceased, and J fendantSf3"11' decease and H- J- Hille. De- The Stat Kansas to William Thompson. Thompson, his wife. Pierce Metz and MrE1 "tz-,i"sw '1? Ienrv R- Wilcox. Geo. H. S SJ' Ch.dester. and the unknown heirs, divisees. executors, administrators '"tlfsdssi1rnsof William Y teew .Geor? Barrett, deceased, aud J. Word Carson, decessed. i Ynn anil ..v. ... ...... ; n . th '?.Ke notice that A W-TFw" Ti . . - tne omce or the Clerk Trenrfthf 1 Court in and for the county of hr.T.i-.i C: ivausas. me petition of JhC om above named. aUeeing that he is v,i . . ... .. '- Huswasion oi ail lots num- 371 39 aQd of block number I., original plat of the city of Wa- fhtf yKta '"""ty- Praying that his title o lequieted andthat'rou "1 each of forever barred and enjoined, from as SS"" or clalminf any interest in or to said anSS8 or.any part thereof. That you must ty-Ekabiuu uicu as nioresaid on or Sonwnf Ii"." day June- ,91- ora?d"i" tion will be taken as true and a judirment rendered in said action against you adech of you forever barnnir you and each of you tle. Uen. claim or interest in or ... ,,,, . c utunDa, or any part and a further judBment will be ren- i r.eTer ou,etin? the title of said Piaint in in and to said premises. W. K- SATJM. - it.... r, . Attorney for Plaintiff. t ' Ridicway. Iseal) Clerk ef District Court. (First Publication. April 10. 1910.) Sheriff's Sale fn the District court of Trego county. State of Kansas. Charles II. Johnson. Plaintiff. Mary E. Johnson. V ",t,,y Johnson, otto Johnson. Boyd Johnson, Lucy Johnson, fieiiliiniin John son and Leon Johnson, defendants m7ty?tu. Viin orler "f sale issued to tjmVS ? ,t sa,d d,?,t,rct court in the aboveen titled action. I will, on Friday the "7th d diayath?X"nd,"roftno co,'-t bonse in VX fZf S"Koe."W in tho county of Tre Bo. In the State of Kansas, j.ffer at public ?Jt'."'.si11 to the hihest and best bidder r2l ?ha.nd' '""owing described nnM.0..V. i nair or tne - T...y,HunlW;rw, section tnree (3). to wn- ....m cloven iji, soutn ranee twenty-two f22. irX ocS r- Kansas. Tyln and S.SdriaSHhse COU"ty 0, T' A abovu described real est ;ite is taken Sf?J?riJr'5 . sald defendants, and is .?d by said O'der of sale to be sold, and will be sold without appraisement, to satisfy said order of sale. "ijr " , J. J. Drcmhond. bherlirof Treo county. Kansas. First published April 30. 1910 PUBLICATION NOTICE The Union Depot perform an o given at the Court house last Friday night was appreciated by the larire crowd in ntton as the receipts nearly reached the S1V1 1 1 ITI .... uidi k . vvnne tne company WilS Comnnsfn ontii-oU r . 1 . v.m.ijr via fcuirt,. teur performers from the ranks ui w a iveeney people much credit a uu mem as tne show was oercer than the avemoro ont. tainmpnt rmfc nn Vtir a fnni: While all nlhoi- .s. wrwL XlS?f railed, fctrauss has made a sue cess, lie will be at thp'Trcn House May 26 and 27. Uave DeWitt, who last week purchased the Martin restaurant iuuvcu ii Wednesday into the ouuding vacated by The Heck man Produce Co., and is now ready for business at hia i cation. Mr. DeWitt will run a first-class lunch and short order house watch for his week. " . Every bod's f Henri ri- rrn, - - - a. . . xxi as' Klw.t.i-i.- Oil rnwAA i w.s Ucs IWUJ I ache, earaho oi-.ro friKof n-i - ws. , muk vrav. iXCiXiai cuts, bruises, scalds. Stops any Abstracts of tit.l mnrio promptly at reasonable rates, AV. H. Swiggett. If Vnn vant in I . just ask Blacksmith Murray how big that channel cat was that got away from him last Sunday.- - Pickled pork at Baker's. . In the District Court of Trego County. Kansas Prank EL Barnes. Plaintiff J. w. Colby and E. P. niiiiiia . ouik business under the tlrm name of ? J , ChlIU? and Ohilds & Colby. Enos Ghck. Jasper H McGrew. John W Colbv the " " """seen aumimslrators. executors, trustees and assiKns of each of the aforesaid persons, and S. J. Holman. fendants ' Colbr & Ohilds. De- .iJlrSZ named defendants will take no tice that they have been sued in the aforesaid S?1?!?, tne ?aid P'ajnt'"r and must answer the Plaintiff s petition Hied in said cause on or be fore the 18th day of June A. O. 111. or said H,0nWlU be taken as true and judKment m.?dHa5a,nstthem as Prayed for therein. - " ..ii iuc tine or tne plain- Uv,!'0rihe ollowmK described real estate, to tn.i, ki. ","" ttuaner or section Sr. townsnin llliiiiiiih ...... i . . . . .... n . .nuvc iii me county or xreiro and state of Kansas, and adjudKing that the Plaintiff is the absolute owner in fee simple of said real estate, that none of said defend ants has any estate or interest whatever therein or valid lien atrainst the same nnd en joinin? and forever barring said defendants and eaeh of them from asserting anv claim of interest m or Uen avaitist said real estate or any part thereof adverse to the plaintiff. Monroe & Koark. tft-"' r- c- Attorneys for plaintiff. Attest: C E. Ridifwav. (Seal) Clerk of District Court. First publication Mar. 38, lflio HOTICB FOE PUBLICATION Ho. 01047 w Department of the Interior. l. S. Land Office at ToDeka. Kans. Notice is hh. . .kHa"!'J.. . ,. J i. hhih. uM;.ir scott ? JHHk Knsas- "ho- on August 1. Serial No. n: Tot "V'snd ntl, west "garter of northwest quarter of section 2. ak r I . ?c "est. or the if- haf fl,ed notice of Intention to ,?.n?i fl'e 7e?r fraot. to establish t o le 'a"d !' described, liefore Hon. A-n. Piiaiwlr f. i .. .i . the 14th da, of May. ,910? na""- " Y-aiojmnt names as witnesses: Albert. Kauch. Valley, Kansas Ernest Jesse. do do William A. Lucky. Arnold. Kansas PatricK UToolo, Banner. Kansas Go, W. Fisher. ttegtster. First Dnbllshed Anni rxt Notice for Putlicatioa Isolated Tract PoWIc Laa3 Sale Serial No. '0878 nepartmetit of the Inferior. XT a Knd Office at Toork. Ku.. April 23, mo .Jio?.ica I" "rehy jriren that, as dlrecu-d bv the O.miiik.k.wr of the unrl S r., See. und. r provisions of act of emigre", .ii pr-.ved I June ST. luOB U stats.. UTkVS wKT at this omce: 7thX to - r.wTnVdeaSrtbed8!.0 onth half south weatonaVSrf action T";'i''4B'U,,',. '"re lt ufp M rtT',,; ao versel v the abora J. G. HojU. UjCi-iver.