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LAND WANTED '
GOME Frank Shaffer, formerly of Stockton, Kans., has opened up a Real Estate Office in the J. R. Wilson tmilding in Wa-Keeney, and desires a large list of Trego county lands. It will be to the interest of . land owners to list their land with me, aa I have a large number of men wanting land in this county. Come in and LIST YOUR LAND, if You Want to Sell raunwn. Yours for Business Frank Shaffer, ?nBs3U Wa-Keeney The Wa-Keem y State Bank Capital, Surplus and Profits, 55,000 We began business in 1885 and have been at the same old stand for 25 years. We want your business and want to treat you so you will stay with us. Moonlight nights. Read the supplement. Little Ruth Bingham has the measles. " Miss Dixon of Topeka is nurs ing Mrs. Bennett. ' Wanted Men and teams to b'reak sod. Herman Liong. Considerable local matter has been crowded out this week. If you have headaches you had better see Strauss at the Trego House May 26 and 27 ' Henry Hafliger is suffering with an infected hand caused by running a splinter in the finger. The Good Will Society will meet Mrs. D. H. Ilenkle May 18th, a good attendance is re quested. Bring work. Rev J. E. Mum ford, pastor of the First Bnptist church, of Wa Keeney, will deliver the Memor ial address at Collyer May, 2,9. The Willing Workers of Ogal lah will hold their annual meet ing, Tuesday May 17, at 2 p. m. at the church. All members are requested to be present as the election of officers, yearly dues, and other business will come be fore the assembly. Jennie E. Rich, President. Notice There will be a meet ing of the M. W. A. No. 1681 at Wa-Keeney on Tuesday evening May 17th, at 8 o'clock p. m., as there is important business to transact. . ,.. . H. E. Tripp, Clerk. Mrs. Wm. Parks is on the sick list this week. Correct Abstracts W. H. Swiggett. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Scott Grippin, May, 11. a girl. Measels are in the home of Aloy Nowlirs north of town. J. A. Moye's restaurant is the place to stop at when in town. August Liden is suffering from an attack of rheumatism. Miss Marguerete Barr. of Chirsts Hospital, is nursing in the James Tidball home near Collyer. Seventeen years of practice is what, Strauss has had, to if your eyes don't give you good satis faction, see Strauss at the Trego House, May 26 and 27. Bicyle riding on the side" walks should be stopped. The city marshal arrested a young man Wednesday night for violat ing the ordinance. Judge Swig get gave the boy a fatherly talk and remitted his fine but the next case of this character that comes before him the guilty person will get the limit. Hail Insurance. You cannot tell when a hail storm will destroy your growing grain. Come and let me put your risk in a reliable company. Insure now don't wait. Will al so write fire and tornado insur ance. Roy W. Bilakely, Agent, Ogallah. Kansas. fit. ' fr -vg-3; c v i 1 rvii? i lit g8?g$$&&J - CAKE, fcLWig! lint bisenfff. not breads id v-a-CJ? nnd wis w 3? lessened in cost m rt m m kj auu increasea In Quality and wholesomeness by Bake the food at home j& and save xncaey i xncaey ana. ueaim "-sTj. .ct White Spot J. J. Hyde. ' Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, bat ! Verbeck & Lucas. Pure home Baker's. made lard at Hattie Shaw is visiting in Hays this week. Mrs. Geo. Bennett is reported quite poorly. Steven Beverly Sunday here. of Ellis spent juittie uorotnae liiackman is sick with a cold. Get up early in the morning and see the comet. Little Elmer Thorn is quite sick with a bad cold. Grover Hays of Wichita spent the first of the week with home folks. This is the paper to advertise in it goes into 1000 homes each week. Ray Shaw is now in the em ployment of the Heckman Pro duce Co. Josephine Martin of Utica was the guest of her brother the first of the week. Joe Kessler and Joe Flax both from near Ellis, . were in Wa Keeney Monday on business. , Miss May Curry who is at tending the Hays State Normal spent Sunday with home folks. Many old soldiers are enjoying themselves at the G. A. R. en campment being held at Hutch inson this week. Daniel Boone, sr., of the Mid land Life Insurance Co. of Kan sas City Mo., was here last Friday on business. John Retan, formerly of this place, stopped here between trains Monday. He was on his way to his father's in Salt Lake, Utah. If anj one have failed on your eyes don't give it up, better see Strauss he has done wonders. Ask his patients or call on him at the Trego House, May 26 and 27. Lester C Mudge has some thing say this week about rich irrigated lands in Colorado. No one should fail to read it and let Mr. Mudge explain his propos ition to you. Once You Get Started traveling by the high grade grocery route, there is no danger of our ever trying any other way. It's a pleasant way for a family to go through life. And a money-saving way. Because it ensures the greatest bodily comfort and nothing that we know of approaches that in import ance. If you have been going some other way you may change routes just aa soon as you like. Here is a store that will be glad to serve you. Pleased to supply you with unquestion ed goodness in the things, you eat, day in and daj out for all the year. ( STAR GROCERY to our store, look over our new spring line of Curlee Clothes. I You have never seen anything -.. .handsomer n clothes; all the newest shades and patterns of of fabrics every new idea in style and make. - Curlee Clothes are different from ordinary ready-to-wear clothes. The ' f aultlessness 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 toN 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, lEast Side Main St. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. M. S. Strauss The Well Known . Eye Specialist Optometrist N D will again be in Wa-Keeney at Trego House, May 26-27. I will be prepared to treat all cases of afflicted eyes and defective sight. Can re fer you to over 300 patients in the country. I am a registered Optometrist and carry a State Certificate. Frank Shaffer, formerly of Stockton, Kans., has opened a real estate office in the J. R. Wil son building on Main street and has announced elsewhere in this issue that he wants land. Mr. Shaffer is a hustling young real estate dealer who ' knows how" to dispose of your land and it will be to your own interest to list your property with him if you want quick results. Don't neglect your children's eyes, the earlier the better. It has been proved that over thirty five percent of the children have defective eyes. Better see Strauss at the Trego House May 26 and 27. More new dwellings are now in course of construction in Wa Keeney than there has been for several years. A good indictation that our city is rapidly growing. One cause of this activity in building is the results of high rents. Any sensible person knows that it is cheaper to build than pay rent and the quicker you get in a house of your own the better off will be. Go into the building and loan, if -necessary. We wish to thank those who so willingly helped us in the piano contest. . Maude and Hazel Morgan. speci be at Dr. M. Jay Brown, alist, of Salina, will the American House, day June 7th. Ellis, nesday, June 8th, prepared to treat the medical and eur gical diseases of the Eye," Ear, Nose and Throat, and to fit glasses. Rich Irrigated Land "At the Doors of Denver" To the Public The firm of Verbeck & Lucas will soon be dissolved by mutual consent. They will be succeeded by '.the Verbeck Lumber and Sup ply Co.. P. P. Lucas retiring from the business. We desire to thank our friends for their generous patronage and bespeak a continuance of the same for the new firm. We also earnestly request that all parties knowing themselves indebted to us to come in at once and adjust same, as we desirto J settle our affairs as soon as pos sible. Respectfully, 10-tf Verbeck & Lucas. When you want a loan on your farm go see the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 4 7 2t Sunday wa3 another beautiful day which was appreciated after the cold disagreeable weather of last week and the religious ser vices at the various Wa-Keeney churches were well attended both morning and evening. The warm air and sunshine seemed to inspire both human and veget able life and the landscape every where appeared more fragrant in its beautiful mantle of green. Under the Great STANDLEY LAKE IRRIGATION SYSTEM Including the Standley Lake Reservoir of 100,000 acre feet water storage capacity. . Marshall Lake Reservoir of 10,000 acre feet water storage capacity. Barr Lake Reservoir of 40,000 acre feet water storage capacity. Milton Lake Reservoir of 40,000 acre feet water storage capacity. . ... and a chain of . . . SEVENTEEN ADDITIONAL RESERVOIRS The best of soil and plenty of water just when .you want it, producing enormous crops that you are sure of every year. We offer you the land and perpetual reservoir water rights on excep- ' " tionally easy terms. Call and get literature of. LESTER C. MUDGE, Dist. Manager, WA-KEENEY, KANS