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ertf T plaee to butf &nesfi SBneael, ?ies, CaAes, Cookies, (Baneties anei Peanuts We try to please our customers by selling fresh goods only :" Yours to please, . H. FUHKKBN R. II. BURNS REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 3Ioney to loan on land on short notice. Buyers for improved farms and ranches near Ogallah and Collyer. JL.ist your land with me, as I am interested in a large firm jn Kansas City. 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. Hesidence 'Phone 72 H- J. HILLE, PRESIDENT W- G. BAER. VICE PRESIDENT A. H. BLAIR, CASHIER C. R. HILLE, ASST. CASHIER . Capital, $25,000.00. TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK GENERAL BANKING H J. HILLE W. G BAKER -VVa-Keeney, Kansas. directors- W. J- SK ELTON , S. DIEBOLD A. H BLAIR C31ean Beds Good Meals Central House Rates, Per Day. Meal Ticket, 21 Meals . Board and Room Per Week $1.25 350 5.00 C. H. KULP, Prop, - WaKeeney, Kans. n .-a CHRIS FELLER MANUFACTURER OF Cmment Blocks, JPossts, Etc. Stone and Cement Work a Specialty Thirteen years experience and satisfaction guaranteed Prices reasonable. Call on me for estimates Wa-Keeney, Kansas List Your Land With Me! EITHER FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE "If you "want to trade your land for eastern farms, or a -niee home in som of the good towns in eastern Kansas, I -can. interest you. Come in and talk the matter over anyway. -Office in basement of Wa Keeney State Bank. D. W.ZELLER. Wa-Keeney - - - Kansas. 81 1 TO 815 WALKUT ST., KANSAS CITY, MO. last to .r Mid lonraat located. 0w34TOT' Spaclai pracaca ESTABLISHED 1SS7. I Q- 811 TO 81 5 WALKUT j jtT i Tha Old Rallabla Doctor-Old i raaxular Graduate In Madlclns. if tfi Ovar 31 yaara in Kansaa City. Authorized by the Phrnnt" WarvriH anil Cnonlal IlicOSICPt Siata. to trea ail wuiwuiu, naiiuuo uuu wpvuiui wiuwuwuv. Ourea guaranteed or money refunded. All medicines fornianed ready for a so no mercury or tnjurloiia medicines aed. No detention from bosineas. Patlentaatadiatance treated by aaaU and express. Medicines sent eTery where, tree from gaze or breakage. Charges low. Over 60.000 eases cured. Age and experience are Important. Stater your ease and sea, for terms. Consultation tree and confidential, personally or by latatfff Hydrocele and onVeSa ll PhimOSiS SrWdin7erWl2i Seminal Weakness Sexual Debility, SKiS foiiia and excess causing night leases and .osa of sexual power, plmplea and blotches on the face, confused Ideas ana f oraretf ulnesstbashf ulnes and aversion to society, etc.. cured for lite. I atop nigbt losses, restore sexual power, nerve and brain power. enlarge and atrenirthen weak parts and make you fit for marriage. Send For free book and list of Questions. Ciaiatim Radically cured with a StriCIUrO new Infallible Horn and ftVft Treatment. N o in detention from buelness.Cure guaranteed. Book and li cl questioneiree-eeniseaiea. Unrinnrelo Enlarged Telnalntb VariOOCeie scrotum.causlngner. Toas debility, weakness of the sexual sys tem, etc, permanently cured without pais. C.nlMi That terrible disease. In aypillllai all its forms and stages, en red for life. Blood poisoning and all private diseases permanently cured. RAnif for both sexes 9 pages. sT aS JJ IV pictures, with full description of above diseases, tbe fleets and cure, seat sealed In plain wrapper free. 3r Seal tils Boot tar tta tufnrnirtfll Bantalaa. Fan Mueetna or Ahatomt fo Man Onl ;S- B. Rid or way of Ellis, was in tom last Monday on business connected with the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., of which &ue is general-agent. Accidents will happen, but the best-regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil for such emergencies. It subdues the pain and heals the hurts. Announcements T am a candidate for tbe Republican nom ination at tbe A u trust 1910 primarT election for tbe office of J ad-re of the District Court of tbe 23rd Judicial District. H. X.. Pestama. I am candidate for nomination, on tbe re publican ticket, at the August 1910 primary election, for tbe office of judge of tbe 23rd district. K. A. RE A. , Men. who believe in a son a re deal. rsrard less of politics, are urged to test my tirst term by tbeir highest standards of industry, integrity and ability, in measnring my fit ness for re-election as judge of the 23rd dis trict in November as well as for tbe demo cratic nomination In tbe primaries. J. C. RUPKNTHAL. T . Yonng of Beloit announces himself as a candidate for the office of congressman from tbe Sixth congressional district, sub ject to tbe decision of toe Kepubilcan pri maries. Iherebvannom.ee myself as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Trego county long termsubject to the decision of tbe Republicans at the August primary. CM. Bell I hereby announce my candidacy for re nomination as Register of Deeds of Trego county, sanjectto tne aecision or tne Demo crets at the August Primary. MARGARET SWlGGETT Ellhu W Allman. announces his candidacy for the office of S her riff of Trego county, subject to the will of the Republican voters at the August primary. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of the district court sub ject to tbe decision of the Republicans at tne August primary. J. C. Buchanan. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for the office of Treasur er of Trego county subject to the decision of tbe Democratic voters at the August prim ary. W. J. Williams. I hereby announce mv candidacy for re nomtnatioo as County Clerk of Trego county subject to the decision of the Democratic voters at the August primary . W. N. Larabbe. I hereby anuounce myself as a candidate for the office of lerk of tbe district court of Trego county subject to the decision of tbe Kepublicians at tbe August primary? O. H. Olson. F am a candidate for the office of treasurer of Trego county for short term subject to tbe will of the voters at the August primary. G. W. Marshall We are authorized to announce that L. C. Gleason will be a candidate for the office of Treasurer for the long term, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the August primary. Ernst Mnsseman announces his candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Trego county, sub ject to tbe decision of the Democratize vot ers at the August primary. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for renomlnatioD. for the office of clerk of the district court subject to the decesion of the Republicans at the August primary. C. E. RIDGWAY. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for nominat ion to the office of sheriff of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Republicans in the Primary election to be held. August 2, 1910. Respectfully B. F. BRAGG I desire to announce that I will be a can didate for the office of sheriff of Trego County subject to tbe decision of the Rep ublicans at the August primary. ROY BLOCKSOME. I hereby announce that I will be a candi date for Representative of Trego county, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters at the August 2nd primary. J. J. KERAUS. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the ottice of county attorney subject to tbe decision of tbe Republican voters at the August primary. John A. Nelson I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Treao county subject to the decision of the Re publican voters at tbe August primary. Nannie Glenn (First published June 18, 1910) ORDINANCE NO. 133 An ordinance providing for and requiring tbe construction and maintainance of certain sidewalks and street and alley crossings in the city of Wa-Keeney, Kansas, in accord ance with the specifications, rules and regulations of ordinance No. J30 of said city. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Councilmen of tbe city of Wa-Keeney, Kansas. Section 1 The owners of all real estate in the north half of Blocks numbered 43 and 43 and 44. abutting on Russell Avenue, and in the east half of Block 41. abutting on Genessee Street, and in the east half or Block 2, abutt ing on Walnut Street, in the city of Wa Keeney, Kansas, are hereby required to con struct cement sidewalks in accordance with the specifications, rules and regulations of Ordinance No. 130 of said city, in front of their lots and parts of lots abutting said Russell A venue and Genessee and Walnut Streets, on or before the first day of Septem ber. 1910. and to maintain the same hereafter. Section 2 If the owner of any real estate designed in Section One of this ordinance shall fail to construct the sidewalk there in required on or before the first day of Septem ber, 1910. the Committee on Public Improve ments shall construct the same as soon there after as practicable and report tbe exact cost of such walk, together with the name of the owner or bis agent, to the city clerk on or before the tirst day of October. 1910. Such owner or agent may pay said costs to tbe city clerk and take his receipt for the same, but if such costs remain unpaid on an after the tenth day of October. 1910, the city clerk shall add ten percent thereto and the whole amount shall be assessed and collected as other taxes are collected. ' Sec ton 3: As soon as practicable after the completion of the sidewalks herein provided for. the Committee on Public Improvements shall construct such street and alley crossing as are necessary to connect such walks and to connect the same with other cement walks already built. Section 4: This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Trego County Reporter or the Western Kansas World, published in Wa-Keeney. Kansas. T. T. PURCELL, Mayor. I hereby certify that the above and forego ing is a true copy of Ordinance No. 133 of tbe city of Wa-Keeney. Kansas., and that the same was passed by the council an 1 approved by tbe mayor of said city June 6th. 10 10. Attest: A. S. PEAUOCS, Seal! City Clerk. Bargains Now is the time for gasoline and oil stove 'ovens at bargains, at Bacon's hardware in the J R. Wilson building: - $2.75 ovens, $1,75. $2.50 ovens, SI. 50. $2.00 ovens, $1.25. Also Perfection oil stoves at bargain prices. Dr. M. Jay Brown, speci alist, of Salina, will be at the American House, Tues day July 12th. Ellis, Wed nesday, July 13th, prepared to treat the medical and sur gical diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and to fit glasses. Subscribe for the TVorld. YODA. Rain is badly needed in this locality. The harvest will soon start in this locality. It is- more like winter than summertime. Frank Bullock was a visitor at Schimkowitch's Sunday. John M. Krhut finished break ing sod Thursday oil last week. Regular church - services at Voda the first and last Sunday of each month. Alf. Schimkowitsch, the Voda expert engineer, is running J. Krhut's steam plow. There was an enjoyable ice cream social given at the home of T. Schimkowitsch Sunday. A. J. Schimkowitsch is figur ing on starting an electric light plant in our little city which would make Voda boom. "Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles. Noth ing helped me until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured me permanently." Hon. John R. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. SOUTH TRtGO P. S. Lemarr and family spent Monday in Wa-Keeney. J. J. Jackson transacted busi ness in Wa-Keeney Friday. " David Deines' brother-in-law from Barton county, left for his home Tuesday morning. Mrs. Martin Clawson and Mrs. Marion Conley, spent last Sun day at Grandma Hobbler's. Miss Bertha Holmes is doing the housework for for Mrs. Hob bler during her severe illness. Walter Folkers sports a bran new buggy and it is a "dinger." You ought to see "her," she is all smiles now. J. G. Marcy and daughters Faye and Ella, left the fore part ( f the month for Pennsylvania to visit friends and relatives. The Smoky Hill ball nine had a game with the South Downer team last Sunday afternoon on the Willcox school grounds. The young folks of this vicinity met together and called on the new bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holmes. They were treated to all the candy and cake they could dispose of. Alex and Jake Stopple spent Sunday at J. H. Fabricus. Alex took advantage of the moonlight night and spent the evening there with her. Jake had the pleasure of walking home ten miles. Now, boys! draw your own conclu sions. A healthy man is a king in his own right; an unhealthy man is an unhappy slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds up sounds health keeps you well. BANNER F. P. Manzer sold a team of horses Monday for $375. Oscar Guilbert ate dinner at L. W. Purinton's Sunday. The exercises at the church Sunday were well attended. Miss Tillie Neunscwander left Tuesday for a trip to Europe. Clyde Mathews was the guest of Guilbert Mathews Sunday. Mrs. Evans, of Wa-Keeney, is sewing at L. W. Purinton's this week. Quite a number of Collyer peo ple attended the program here Sunday. Mrs. L. A. Harvey and Anna Manzer visited friends at Utica Sunday. The missionary ladies will meet with Mrs. Dan McNight on Wednesday, June 29. A good mule owned by Walter Guilbert had its leg broken the first of the week. A celebration will be held at Banner in Lew Purinton's grove. A dinner is all the arrangements that are made so far. Missionary services will be held Sunday at L. W. Purinton's grove under tbe auspices of the Congregational church. A large crowd charivaried James Hawks Saturday night. It was after 10 o'clock before James succeeded in getting rid of them. Mrs. Frank McKnight visited with Dan McKnight the first of the week. Their home is in Ok lahoma and "they made the trip here by auto. H. T. Martin and a college student, of Lawrence, are camp ing in Liew Purinton's grove. The expect to hunt fossles here this summer. Go to BOB The Tailor, for fine tailoring, cleaning, pressing and repairing. Straw hats cleaned a specialty and all work guaran teed. South of P.O. 15-tf Lumber, Goal, Grain. Particular people have learned that there is a lot . of difference jik 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. . -i Estimates Cheerfully Furnished 99999999 Good Weights and Good Prices Given for Your Grain. The Hardman Lumber Co. Scrcemi Doors Sj Are what you want we have them in numerous styles and prices get one to day, keep out the flies. Prudent buyers of Building Material should never contract for Lumber, Lime, Sand, Brick, Cement or Hardware before getting our prices- we have the goods and can save you money on your material. Let us give you prices on your next bill. Successors to VERBECK & LUCAS NOW - ! 111 II ,J' .Jimmaaaaa CXf THE VERISECK Lumber & Supply Company. Real Estate Transfers For 61e week ending June 11th. furnished by w. 1 1 . wigt;ett. Donaea aostracter wa-Keene-y. Kansas Jessie Richardson to A D Parsons. 3-4 block 1. Deatrich addition $1300.00 Dan Gibson to K F Billings, s. w. 4-13- 24 4000.00 IT. P. Ld. Co. to J P Holmquist. a. w. 29- 13-23 . 1120.00 Prank P Lucas to J P Jones. 7-8-9-10-11- 23-24. block 41 SC 00.00 G I Verbeck to Verbeck Lumber Co. 1-2 interest in 10-11. block 39 Wa KeeneyJity 9000.00 P P Lucas to Verbeck Lumber Co 1-2 interest in 10-11. block 3a. Wa Keeney City 6000.00 Adam Pose to P J Weltz. all 7-14-35 10432.00 J Scblaefer to J B Morton, w 54 17-14-24 6400.00 w W Parks toUU Hrockway. aw. 22-11-21 1000.00 C C Yetter to C P Beeves. 10-11 blk 18 Oimllah 80 00 Geo W Poland to J E Evans, nw 25-15-23 3O40.O0 O E Lane to Elmer Smith, s w zo-li-Zi. . . 4000.00 O E Lane to Elmer Smith, sw s',4 se 19- 15-53 4000 00 J J Weisendaug-er to C E Uphouse, all 35 15.22. - lOUUO.UU U P Land Co to W J Richards, ne 17-13- 21 12000.00 H J Bohlman to H Hlllman. Hintoe dK se. icoo.ou Wm M. Smith to J P Sponseiler. sw 17- 13-21 2500-00 C M Loflin to G W Croos. n4 1-12-21 11000.00 H S Parks to S M Hutzel.10-ll-2S. 5800 00 Harriet Jackson to S A Shriner. se 24- 12-24 4800.00 Trego Land and Investment Co to H A Sever, se 18-14.22 hxio.uo W W Parks to W A White. SV4 S14-23. . 6300.00 J H Miller to H C HartzeU. w!4 sw 17-15- 25 lsoo.uo L Mollenkamp to A 'J Ellermeyer. 10-11 blk 10. North add 1500.00 J H C Gilbert to J C Tyler. s!4 28-11-23. ne 38-11-33 10000.00 J H Deatrlck to P L Parinton. 40 acres 5-12-25 3000.00 John Klrkner. admstr H M Smith lots 5. e. 7. 8. blk.. wa-Keeney wu.ou TJ P Railroad Co to Cbas E Hewitt. n!i 35-15-21 1584.00 A U Steinberger to Chas E Downie w4 ne 18-13-25 1000.00 Geo C Kulp to James C Tyler, ne nw 36- 11-25 500.00 E L Dean to C P Reeves. sVt ne 2S-13-22 1600.00 C P Reeves to E L Dean. 3-4 blk 16. city of Ogallah 700.00 A H Blair to Mary J Morgan. Its 1. 2. 3. blk 6. Wa-Keeney 325.00 J L Winsor to C M McMulty. se 5-13-24.- 2500.00 J E Huckins to R C Wyman. sw 14-13.23 4800.00 D. W. Keller will insure your grain against hail in a reliable company, cheaper than the cheapest. Office tinder the Wa Keeney StateBank; 12tf. The Verbeck Lumber & Sup ply company are overstocked with stoves ranges,' oil and gasoline, which they are going to move out at greatly reduced prices. If you want Bargains in stoves make your selections from their big assortment today and save money. 15-tf Don't buy a piano until you get prices and terms of the Lar abee Furniture company. . , I DON'I EXPERIMENT - You Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Wa-Keeney Citizens Advice. Never ne elect your kidneys. If you have pain io the back, urinary dis orders, dizziness and nervousness, it's time to act and no time to experiment- These are all symptoms of kidney -trouble, and you should seek a remedy whiaht is- known to care tbe kidneys, Doan's Kidney Fill j the remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has cured many stubborn cases in Wa-Keeney. Follow the advice of a Wa-Keeney citizens and be cured yourself. A. J. Johnson, retired. Wa-Keeney, Kans.. say st "For some time my kidneys were disordered and too frequent passuxe of the secretion caused me to get up several times during the nitctat. I was alsq, troubled by a pain in my back and kidneys which kept me in misery. I tried a number of remedies but was not re lieved until I bean-wsintf Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at W- W. Gibson's drug store. They cured me and I can safely say that I believe them to be the lines kidney medicine on the market." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Koster-Milburn Co., Hntf;ilo. New York, sole agents for tbe United States. Remember the-name Doau's and take no other. First publication June 11. 1910 PUBLICATION NOTICE. In the District Court of the 33d Jndictil Dis trict sittinz In and for tbe county of Treffo. Kansas. The State of Kansas to William Thompson. W. H. Dann; tbe unknown executors, ad ministrators, devisees, heirs, trustees and assigns of Henry H. Wilcox, deceased. William Y. Drew, deceased, and Jose pit Weekley. deceased ; John D.Mathews, Ci, C. Hardesty, Carrie C. Wrlaht. trustee. AUjert Warren Wright. Hattie C. M. War ren, trustee. Marie Josephine Warren. Mrs. John E. Kelley. and their unknown executors, administrators, devisees, heirs, trustees and assigns: You and each of you are hereby noM6el that you have been sued in the District Court of the 2Srd Judicial District. State of Kansas, sitting in and for tbe Countv of Trego. State of Kansas, by Ada 1. Strana han, and yon must answer the petition of tbe said plarntifT filed against yon In the office of the clerk of tbe said court, on or before the 23rd day of July. A. D.. idlO. or the said petition will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered in favor of the plaintiff and against you and each of yon establishing and confirming the plaintiff's title in and to lots two. three, four, live, six. seve. ten. eleven, fifteen, sixteen, sev enteen, eighteen and nineteen In block eleven; and lots one two and eighteen in block fonrteen; all Jn theclty of Wa-Keeney, In tbe county of Treso and State of Kansas, against the adverse claim of each of yon. and forever barring and estopping f ou and each of you and all persons claim ng by through or under you or any of you. from having or claiming any right. tit!e. estate or interest in or lien upon the snid landorany part thereof; and quieting the plain MO" s title thereto against the adverse claims of each of you. and for such other and further reii f as may be equitable. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my band and affixed tbe seal of tbe said court at my office in tbe city of Wa-Keeney a1 i?liworoso county" this 6tn day ot Junei HERMAN IXXG. ' Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: C. E. Ridgwat. 1&ZAE..1 . Clerk of District Court.