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Cooler weather again. -, , Fresh beef at Baker's." " Pickled pork at Baker's. 1 I sell cigars J. J. Hyde. Not much sickness reported. Ten new subscribers this week. ' .For Rent Nw 1-4 29 11-24 and ne 1-4 1-13-22. Herman Long. For Sale First class driving ,( team. Enquire at Staatz's livery. ii T 7 . T7 1 a : JS another big trade last Saturday. Drs. Jones & Herrick will test your eyes and guarantee glasses. Do not forget to see E. D. Wheeler if you want a farm loan. If you have horses you want pastured near town see Oster kamp. 4 7 tf Wanted Fat hogs. Highest market price paid.- W. C. lihoades. For Sale A good steel wind I, mill and tower," also good pump complete. I. T Purcell, 11-13 For Sale Good, bright, prair ie hay in stack. F. W. Potter, 3 miles south of Wa-Keeney. Phone 969. 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. Itchincr. torturiner si A ertin- tionss, disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any drug store. 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. Strayed From my farm 6 1-2 miles south and 2 1-2 miles east of Collyer, on May 9th Yearlin ' Jersey heifer with wire yoke on. f Christ M. Hildebrand. Board of Equalization Meeting. Notice to tax payers: Notice is hereby given that the j Board of County Commissioners k of Trego county, will meet as a Board of Equalization at the of ; fice of the county clerk, on the ." first Monday in June, being June V; 6th, A. D., 1910, at which time HitheyV.will proceed to fairly and ' I impartially equalize both the personal and real property of VOTrego county, as returned by I ? the several assessors of said r 1 county for the year 1910. I n At tins meeting all persons V Iifeeling aggrieved can appear and .have all errors m the return cor rected. Given under my hand and the seal of said board affixed this 4th day of May, A. D., 1910. ! - W. N. Larabee, ' seal County Clerk. ' After a heavy meal, take a couple of Doan's Regulets, and give your stomach, liver and bowel's the help they need. Regulets bring easy, regular passages of the bowels. - jCounty High School Closing:, The closinar week of T- O. H. S. 1.U0. heirins with Sunday eveninjr. May 15th. at o'clock at the Presbyterian church. Kev. u. Allison will preach class sermon. Everybody is invited as this is a union service. FIELD DAY ItULES: Class B This class is open to pupils of the 6th 7th and 8th irrades of any school in T retro County. Class a I'nis class is open to toe loiiowmjr persons No. i To the pupils of the Treiro County Hitfh School quahiyinx in the class perliminar- ies. No. z To any one resimn? in Trego County isubiect to the foliowinr condition: A Mis name must nuve been submitted to (the committee of managers through J. H Meisley and approved by that committee. AU names to be submitted not later than Wednes- w Ma? J8th. lino. The following1 events are open only to V of the Treo. county. Hitch School .es. tuu: of war and relay races. - O Entres in class A can not compute in class 3 nor those in class B in class A. FIELD DAY PROGRAM MOB XI NO 50 yard dash. Shot Put. KM) yard dashes. Girls tujf of war. Running hiyh jump. rSO yard dash. Girls Relay Kace. , Pole vault. Ixmtf base ball throw. Standing broaAl jump. SacK ce, Running broad jump. Vota to .race Three leaped race. Boys tuir of war. Roys relay rae. Girls basket ball game attirnoon St yard dash. Sbot put luu yard dash. 11 Ait mile ruu. Kunumx tuiea Jump. - 1 at yai-us tow taurines. 1st preliminary. rie vault. Uiris tuif of war. 130 yard low hurdles. Snd prelimiary. Mule run. 2 yara dash. GirU i ynl da-sh. Staovlin hroad junw. - - ldu yard lo nurdies. tlua'.s. v Look tnrow base DalL Kunnin oroau jmun 44U yard dash. MUCH kick. K..pe climuinir contest. Tuituf war, boys. . OlrU relay race. Boys relay nee . Mixed reia race. - girls and boya wiU Ddicap. . ' Announcements In this issue will be found the annoucement of W. N. Larrbee for the office of county clerk. He has held this office for the past three years and needs no intro duction to our feauers. Hehas made a good official in the past which is a guarantee if nominat ed and elected will do so in the future. W. J. Williams of the firm of Porter & Williams, real estate brokers, .announces himself in this issue as a candidate for county treasurer. He is a good penman and book-keeper which fits him for the duties of the of fice of treasurer. Ernst Mussemann, farmer and stockm in west of town is a can didate for sheriff. We don't known of a man in Trego county who can say aught against him, but the only thing we can saj is that he is on the wrong side of the fence politically to our no tion of thinking. Mr. Musse mann is an excellent man for sheriff. G. W. Marshall, our present county treasurer, announces he will be a candidate for the short term of treasurer. Mr. Mar shall needs no introduction to the readers of the World as his rec ord as treasurer at the present time is an incentive of what it will be if nominated and elected for the short term. O. H. Olson, barber and auc tioneer of Collyer, announces his candidacy for the office of clerk of the district court. Mr. Olson is a graduate of the Kansas Wes leyan Business college at Salina. He is a fine young man and if the Republican voters should nomi nate and elect him the office will be in the hands of one who will take great pride in his work. For treasurer for the long term we are authorized to an nounce the name of a young man who served the county faithfully for four years and he made an ideal official and that man isX. C. Gleason known to nearly all of World's old readers. Lou has grown to manhood amongst us and if the voters see fit to nominate and elect him the office of treasurer will be filled in a most satisfactory manner. - J. C. Buchanan, of Ogallah township, announces his candi dacy for the office of clerk of the district court. Mr. Buchanan came to Trego county twenty years ago. He has held several minor offices such as clerk of school district No. 3, also trustee of Ogallah township. Mr. Bu chanan is an old soldier; is well qualified for the office, ad if nominated and elected will serve the public well and faithfully. Elihu H. Allman of Kiverside township, is a candidate for sheriff subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the pri mary in August. Elihu is a Tre go county product coming here when a mere boy; he has grown up among the hills and hollows of the Smoky Hill river where he herded cattle, scalped coyotes and chased jack rabbits. He has Having succeeded Verbeck & Lucas we shall continue to be headquarters for Building Material of all kinds and soli cit a. share of your patronage. Come in and let's get better acquainted. THE VERBECK Lumber & Supply served Riverside township as a delegate to conventions in the good old convention days and helped boost many frier ds into office. . Now he asks them to re ciprocate by nominating him for the office of sheriff. If he gets the nomination he will go into the campaign to win as he is a fighter always on the square and honest. Clyde Poffenberger was down from Grinnell last Wednesday the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Poffenberger. Hayes White, of Mankato was in the city Monday and Tuesday. Mr. White is a candidate for con gress, tie is a farmer ana stocu- raiser; a good campaigner, and his tactics reminds one of Bill Reeder when he started out ten years ago. From California. Reedley, California, May 4, Dear Editor: Our big picnic of April 30th Raisin day is over and everybody happy. We had a good time, raisins .strawberries cake and icecream were served. I see by your good paper that western Kansas is having quiet a few new comers. I am realy glad to hear it, but this is a funny world. There were about thirty five families ' - to dump " themselves from Kansas in our midst a short time ago. There is. great excite ment here. Companies are form ing and are boring for oil; they claim we are on the same belt as Baker's field and Colingo those great California oil fields, we may strike it rich yet. Well we have the best kind of a prospect for a large fruit crop, berries of different kinds we have on our table already and I see the apricots are showing their red checks and we have had new potatoes, peas, and beams for quite a while, so you see we are not starved yet. I had the pleasure of meeting Jas Kendall, of Ransom, Kansas, on our streets a short time ago The other day I interviewed our meat markets there is two mar kets and I wanted to see how much meet was consumed in high priced times. One market said they slaughtered three beeves daily three hogs also two muttons daily and also they got ten to twelve cwt. of fresh fish every Thursday. The other market killed two beeves, two hogs daily. I was somewhat surprised to find so much con sumed. Lots of building going on and they are opining up a road in the Mountain to Gen. Grant's park for a resort, where the big trees are. Father is not so well this spring. My sister Mrs. Kendall is with him now. We are having fine weather and have had all winter. I hope this finds Wa-Keeney all well and you will have quiet a city when I get back back as I expect to come back on a visit some time. Respectfullv yours - D. B. Fulton. Notice All persons indebted to me will please call and settle at once. If not paid your ac count will be placed in the hands of attorney for collection. O. H Reichard, blacksmith. Company High School dosing, May 15 to 20 ; Indusive Sunday evening, May 15, Class Sermon. 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. - . ' COINS THEIR DUTY Scores of W-Keeney people Are Learning the Doty of tbe -? - Kidneys- To filter the blood Is the kldners drjty. When they fall to do thin th bidnovti apa sick. Backache nnd many kidney Ills follow; Urinary trouble, diabetes. Iran's Kidney PiUs care them all. I Wa-Keeney people endorse onr claim. Cbas. E. KidilWHT. Clric nf th vtiirt nAiir W-Keeny, Kans.. says: 'About two Team airn T htfcd n hnd Htt.nr-V of rheumatism and after recoqerinic I suf fered a great deal from backache- Too fre quent pass a fen of the secretions also cased me annoyance, a neighbor at length ad vised me Ut try Doan's Kidney Pills and I procured a box at W. W. Gibson's drug store. They proved to be .lust what I needed and it was not long before I was in good health, ever since f have kept Uoan's Kidney Pills on hand and have taken a box occasionally as they kept my kidneys In a normal condi tion. For sale bv all dealers. Price hit rants. foster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo, Hew York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doau's and take no other. Tirst published May 7, 1910 . Publication Notice In the district court of Trego county. Kansas J. McXair. Plaintiff. vs H Ben Blanchard. Mrs Ben RlanrhnrH. hl wife whose first and christian name is not Known ana tneir unknown heirs, devisee executors, administrators, trustees ao assigns. Defendants. You and each of von are herehv nrktiflnd that you have been 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- iii u it-u iigainsi you iu niw omcB or toe cierK of said court ou or before the 30th day of June, imio. or the said petition will be taken as true and judgmeit will be rendered la favor of the said II. J, McNaJr and tgainst each of you establishing and con firmtnz the riirht. title nnd IntrMir. nf th said H. J. McNatr in and. to the southwest. quarter of section 10 in township 12 south of rt&nw wev ui nie ocn r. , tying ana sit uate in the county of Treiro. ttate of Kan sas. quieting the plaintiff's title to said property against each of you; and forever barring ana estopping you and each of you and all persons claimiuic bv thfoueh or un der you or any of you from having or claim ing any right, title1, interest or estate in or lien upon the said real property or any In wir-ness whereof I tiave hereunto set my hand and affix d the seal of said court pari niurwi, anu lur (.fie COSC OI tniB HCllOn. at my omce in tne city or w-Keeney, this okii uaj oi ;n H.y a., i r. imu. Attest: j. ku. KiuuwAr, (.Seal) Clerk of the District Court. I. T- PURCELL. Attorney for Plaintiff. First published April 30. 1010 Publication Notice In the District Court of Trego County, Kansas. Harry E. Welch. Plaintiff vs Abbey 8. Sheldon and hts wife, whose first name is to piatntilT unknown, their no- Know n net rs. executors, ad m I n 1st rators, devisees, trustees and aslirns: Tim Went- erd Farm Mortgage company, or its un known successors, trustees and assigns. State of Kansas to Abbev 8. Sheldon and has wife, whose first nume Is to n uiiitiiT nn. known, their unknown heirs, executors, ad ministrators, devisees, trusteoe and assigns; The Western Farm Mertgage company, or its unknown successors, trustees and as- siirns. defendants alxve named. V ou and each of you will take due notice that ou have been sued In Lite dbttrirt court ot i rego county. Kansas, by Harrv E 'U'icn huu tnuc umeH you answer said piuittl-lfT s petition now on hie on or before the 17tb day of June, 1910. the same will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered against you and each of yon. quieting the title of said plaintiff to t-h-rea! estate de scribed in said petition. vi The south west quarter oi section 4. town ship 15 soul h. rantcc i wosi of the (tth P. M.. Kansas. lying and situate In Trego county. Kaiisus. and adjudging your claim to said real estate if any you have lo bo null and void an ;t in st the title of said plaintiff, and forever barnnt? and enloluing you and each of you from asserting any t itle to. interest in or Men upon said real est: to or any part thereof, and excluding you and each of you. and all persons claiming under, or through you or any , yon, from all title t. interest In, or lieu ou the said real estate. I. T. Purcell. Attorney for Plaintiff! Attest C K. Pidgway. (Seal) Olerk of District Court. First published April 30. 1910 Publication Notice In the District Court of Trego county. Kansas. Mary E. Ilartwell. Plaintiff. vs Georse Slusher-E'len I. flnsher. his wife, their unknown heirs, executors, adminis trator, devisees, trustees and assigns. The American Mortgage and Guaranty company, and Its unknown successors, trustees and assigns. Defendants State of Kansas to George Slusher. Ellen T.8luxlier. his wife if they be living, and Hie unknuw-i heirs, executors, administrate or-i. tlevlstM'S. trustee ami assigns of the said Q-orge Slulier and Klieii I.. Slnsltur. hU wife if they, le dead: I'he American .Wortsge anil Gna-amy ciinjtany and Its unknown sucoes4in-. trustees and assign, defendants above aamod. You and each af ytu will ta,ke duo notice that von hive hn-n sued in the district court of Trego county. Kansas, by Mary E. Ilartwell and that unless you answer said tkiKiiiLifr1 nntirlon now ou file on or before Hie 17th dny of June. 1U10, rite same will be taken ast rue and Jadgment will be render ed against you and each of you. quieting the title of said plaintiff to the real estate described in said petition, viz: The n-trthwest quarter of section 30. town ship 11 south, range H west ui me h r. ai 1. a-l. it." M.I..4 ..il.n in Twttu county, Kar.sns.nnrt atjdg!ng yoor claim to said rr ii MUX t' my rou mvr. u oe hum bum v"d axalnst tUa lIUo of this plaintiff, and f.ir-v hir'In-l J iHiitg von aiel fa.vi f y t rtoii iissersj any ttie to. interest i...-1 . i .wk.i t t. I'm-. I in:e or nnv ivart thereor. and excludLtkT nu aad earn of you. and ail -iivrsuns cIMuiiiitc under or through tim or any of you. fram all title to. interest 1 n, or lien oa inauninni 1. T. Purcell. Attorney for Plaintiff ;tt- c E- Ridmr. o.erk of Otstrlct Court. Hot or Cold 2 BATHS 25c J. J. HYDE Wa-Keeney, - Kansas Do You Want , to trade for a small farm or ell your land? If so list it with .4 " Theo Courtney, Topekai 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, Ogallah, Kans. T. W. BUNDY WELL, BORING Wells Bored and Cased on Short Notice. All Work - Guaranteed. Your Patronage Solicited. (Ktrst publication Mu? 7, 1910.) Administrator's Notice 8tate of K&nsns. Trego County, in the Pro bate Court held in unci for said county and state. Notice is hereby given, that lei trs of ad ministration, upon the estate of Charles Wish, late of Trego County. Kans.. deceas ed, have been grauteri to the undersigned. Ernst Mussemann. by tliu Probate court of said county of Trego. State of Kansas. All persons having claims against 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 bo forever barred. Dated this 3rd day of May A . I). 1010. ERNST MIISSEMANNN. 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 AbdalJah Bruce, he by Alexander Abdallah. Dam, Martha by Hoosier Jim, he by Legal Tender, Grants Abdallah J., Dam, Lady Estell, she by Red Bird, he by Rd 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 gaite 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 barn, Wa-Keeney, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; Friday and Sat urday in Ellis Terms: Season, to insure, $15 Season, S10. Sintde service, $o. Mares disposed of or remo7ed 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. L. E- Staatz, Owner. John Best of Towner, Colo., visited with friends in Vnda county this week. He left Fri day taking with him all the cat tle on the ranch. John says the early rains in Colorado have made pastures good. ' Mm IH FHprson. Mrs. . A. J. Ellermeyer and Miss Margaret . . . . . . . i rf-, a owiggei attenaea me urana Lodge meeting, of the "Eastern Star at Kansas tJity, Kansas, this weeif; . J. C. RK.-haijan was up from Ogallah Thursday and called at this office and bad his name reg istered among the list of pros pective candidal e. g). 3C. 3Tlurra Horseshoeing a Specialty (L. Schmitt's Old Stand) WA-KEENEY - - - KAN SAS ANDROG-inSTE Imported Percheron French Registry, 65227. American Registry 51460. Androgyne has passed the ex animation of the State veterin ary department. He is a coa black FVercheron stallion with thi exception of a star in forehead, and small snip on nose. He was five vears old March 20. weigh ing about 1800 pounds. BERGER Registered Kentucky Bred g Mammoth Jack Color, black; 16 hands high; wt. 1000 pounds. A quiet actor an-, sure foal getter. Will make the season of 1910 at P. P. Manzer's barn, one milt-south-east of Banner P. O. Terms $10 to insure colt to stand and suck. Mares must bo returned regularly every 21 day 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 arid canbreee all that come. Will use due care to avoid accidents, but will noi be responsible should any occur. F. P. Manzer, Owner. Banner, Kansas. ; C. L. DAVIDSON, B. A. M. D . PHYSICIAN & SURGEON - Special attention to Surgery, "Fe- male Diseases and Chronic Cases. ( Successor to Dr. Lindsay.) W. S. GORRELL, ti r; jl - ; -S i i WELL DRILLER Will make wells any depth up to 500 feet. Fourteen years in the business. WA-KEENEY - -' - - KANSAS rfiVD W-FEVER Ely-s Crsa?ji Balm GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. tt cleanses, soothes, heals and protects tl diseased membrane resulting from jatar; and drives sway a Gold in th" He d otiickl. Restores the Senses of Tare nd Smei Easy to use. Contain? fto ijtrrions nif Applied into the mtri!s and absorbe , Zjart;e Size, 50 cents at Druggists or I lunii. ill'. . vnaia iin - lui use . atomizers. a cents. ELY J ft OTHERS, 56 Warraa SU New Yar Hon. H. L. Pestna, candidat for judge of this district, was o, from Watra laat. fintn rra.v ftr.ni Mr. festana reports tnmgs ai right and his prospects good for landing the nomination.