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Fresh beef at Baker's. Pickled pork at Baker's. I sell cigars J. J. Hyde. Wanted break sod. Men and teams Herman Long. to J. A. Moye s restaurant is tne place to stop at when in town. For Sale First class driving team. Enquire at Staatz's livery. Drs. Jones & Herrick will test your eyes and guarantee glasses. Correct Abstracts W- H. Swiggett. "Wanted Fat hogs, market price paid. Rhoades. Highest W. C. Come, hear the music and see our bunch of high-grade pianos. Larabee Furniture Co. 16 All persons found fishing on 24- 12-24 will be prosecuted to full extent of the law. S. A. Shriner. Call and see the famous Jepson Piano demonstration Saturday, Jine 18, at Larabee's Furniture Store. Wa-Keeney. 16 The Verbeck Lumber & Sup ply Co., are selling stoves at bargain prices. Buy a stove now and save money. lo-tf Violin pupils wanted 1 am prepared to receive pupils for instruction on the violin. Please notify Mrs. C. D. Blake, Ellis, Kansas. Bessie Beardsley. 15 Hail! Hail! Hail! Farmers Insure your crops with the Central National Fire insurance compamy of Chicago Illionois. A reliable old line capitol stock company. C. K. Hille, agent Public Notice All persons knowing themsel ves indebted to the late firm of Gleason & Marshall are request ed to call on O. A. Cortright, at his office, one door west of Ba ker's meat market, and make settlement by cash or note at your earliest convenience. To the Public The firm of Verbeck & Lucas will soon be dissolved by mutual consent. They will be succeeded . byjthe Verbeck Lumber and Sup-1 ply Co.. F. P. Lucas retiring from jfce 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 desire to settle our affairs as soon as pos sible. Respectfully, 10-tf Verbeck 5fc Lucas. See D. W. Keller for cheap and reliable hail insurance. 12tf First publication. May 28. s 0! Feiiiion to Sell Real Esiale To all whom it may concern, and more es pecially to the Heirs at Law of Archibald Hays, deceased. lte of Trejro county Kans. You are hereby notified that I Elihu Allman. Administrator of said deceased, did on the 26th day of May A. D. 1910. file a petition in the jprobate Jourt of Treo bounty, ivans., pray in that I miirht be authorized and empowered to sell the following described land, for the purpose of pay in the debts and cost of admin is t ration of said estate to wit: - The east S northeast X. east H southeast X. southwest quarter of southeast quarter, south half southwest quarter and northwest Quarter of southwest quarter of section Id. township is. Kanjre Trevro county. Kansas, subject to indebtedness in favor of one Jesse El more, exact amount of which' is unknown to the subscriber. And said petition will be heard at the office of the Probate judjre of said county, on the loth day of June A. D. 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at which time and place each of you and U others interested are notified to be present and show cause if any you have, why an order of sale as prayed for should not be if ran tea. -Dated this 26th day of May. A. D. 1910. Elihu W. Allmak Administrator CATARR rr 'Vim naim 'HAY-FEVER Elvs Cpsaks Balm Sure to Give Satisfaction. OiVES RELIEF AT ONCE. tt cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the diseased mombtaae resulting from Catarrii and drives away a Cold in the Head onicklr. Restores the Senses of Taste end Smell. Easy to lle. Contains no injurious drass Applied into the nostrils and absorbs.: Large Size, 50 cents at Prugsrista or lj f - mai l . Liquid Cream Balm for use ix atomizers, 75 cents. ELY BROTHERS. 56 Wbttm SU Ksw York COILYER. I Farmers are looking for har vest hands. First crop of alfalfa is now be ing put up. - Our new building are nearly readv for occupancy. Miss . Nina Siarer is sewing for Mrs. Newcomer. The wind has been blowing.a gale for several days. Cbas Thiel and family spent Sunday evening at Voda. Jesse Kessler has sold his auto to a party at Morland. Mr. Hill and family spent Sun day with F. Acre and family. Miss Nannie Glenn spent Tues day with Mrs. C. C. Hickman. Arthur Briggs from Greeley county is visiting relatives here. Roy Downie was out Tuesday hunting fat cattle for his trade. Wm. Lorimer's fine new barn on Big creek is nearly completed Ira Tilton returned to his home in Indiana Saturday morn ing. Mrs. C. C. Hickman spent Tuesday with Mrs. Jesse Kes sler. Mrs. Geo. KristofE of Voda spent Thesday with Mrs. Chas Thiel. Guschewsky & Kessler have sold about twenty headers this season. Proceeds of Ladies' Aid socie ty social Friday evening, were about $10. Mrs. Wm. Mosier and daugh ters of LaCrosse were visitirg here last week. Several from Collyer attended Children's day exercises at Ban ner Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Chas Harper of Grain- field spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Ed Guschwesky. Rev. Zeingerfuss preached his first sermon Sunday evening to an appreciative audience. 4 A pleasant dancing party was held at the hall last Friday even ing and was enjoyed by all who were present. . Rob Tague's smiling counte nance can now be seen behind the grinding wheels of a fine new Ford buzz car. Children's day at the Congre gational church was largely at tended and the children gave an interesting program. The Collyer Liana company have purchased another town site on the west side and expect to sell lots in the near future Mesdames Lorimer, Master Willie Lorimer, Miss Iva Lori mer and Mr. Wm. Lorimer spent Sunday afternoon with John Glenn and family. OBITUARIES James Hugh Tidball, son of James Tidball, died very sud denly with appendicitis at the hospital. Hugh was born Feb. 1, 1906, and lived 4 years, 3 mo. and 25 days, a very beautiful, diligent and obident child, the pride of the home, so devoted to his parents. He is greatly messed by his parents and all who loved him. So brightly the buds and blossoms open and unfold, so full of hope and promise. The sympathies of all in the com munity are with the bereaved parents. The funeral was held at the Congregational church on Saturday, May 28, and inter ment was made in the Collyer cemetery. After a great affliction of suf fering and trial, Clyde Eugene McKnight passed quietly to the spirit realm, on Monday, May 30th, at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKnight, Funeral services, conducted by Rev. C. -W. Harper, were held from his late home, attended by a large concourse of neighbors and friends" who deeply sympa thize with the bereaved family Clyde was a cheerful, faithful and industrious youth, ambi tious to succeed with noble as pirations. May his rest be so peac3f ul and his haven be heaven his home. God in his goodness doth receive those souls, who burdened down, cast up their cares on him. Look Here Neighbor Should you want hail insur ance on your crops Fire and tornando insurance on your buildings, or protection insur ance for those dependent on you. Come in and see me. 12tf J. T. W. Clocp. Do not forget to see E. D Wheeler if you want a farm loan Abstracts of title made promptly at reasonable rates. W, H. Swiggett. Drs. Jones & Herrick will test your eyes and guarantee glasses. Ricks 1 TTfce pfeterw above shows the Jay hawk Stacker with rake towered, ready to pick Dp load where raJce dumped. Horses eteva.Ce fork while moving to wrds stack . Fne folder ihowi nunr il know what it lustrations of tbe Jay hawk in c Leaa ncre WHAT DIE SATS F. Wvatt Mil. Co., 5lina. Kans. T think the Jaybawfc Stack er is O. K. We didn't have a bit of trouble operating it, and as a labor saver it takes the place of four men. I pitched hay with the least labor and expense it ever cost ne to do the work for before. Two of tny neigh bors saw my Stacker and oidered one. They like them fl'-e. Very truly. J. S. HOWARD. stacker that works ta the foUtohS XWCSS&fsr jA7f ter e $4LfJr 587 TO" -would n Goes k2iu I AT costs if you couldn Where yjjMf Thmy mhm thm hi VMKL fcW Wa "Good Things to Eat" Always at De Witt's Restaurant ! D. W. DE WITT, Prop. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY Everything the Market Affords Promptly Served at all Hours. Fine Confections, Cigars, Tobacco, Ice Cold Drinks Fruits, Nuts Etc. GIVE US A CALL. - The Great We surely don't want a white frost at this season of the year, but what we do want is that every family in need of a refrigerator, will buy the most sanitary, economical and convenient refrigerator made and that is none other than THE GREAT WHITE FROST. What is It is a metalic refrigerator made entirely of vanize sheet steel, with solid brass trimmings. It is coated with white enamel inside and out which is thoroughly baked on. It is cylinderical in form and has no nasty cor corners to dig out. It has revolving shelves and the interior can be removed within a minutes time, consequently it is easily kept clean. It is provided with 1 1-4 inch' air space between walls, which is thoroughly insulated with "Areofelt and Maltha." - It is made in three sizes. 50, 75 and 100 pound ice capacitj , with or without water cooler.' Come in and see them for yourself; we also have a nice line of Leonard refrigerators. Heckman rkFFICIAI. STATEMENT OF THE FINAN- " cial condition of the Wa-Keeney Statu Bank at Wa-Keeney. state f Kansas, at the close of business on the 11th day of June, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts T $123,642 AS Loans on real estate 3U.18 00 Overdrafts... iw 30 Bank buildin? ; 1.000 00 Expense account 2 00 Other bonds and warrants 5.000 00 Cash items and clearing-bouse items 510 50 Cash and sight exchange, legal reserve 88.393 74 Total 3B LIABILITIES. 1 Capital stock paid In S2S.000 00 Surplus fuml liVUOO 00 Undivided pronts 7.W74 00 Interrtit 467 22 Exchange 44 39 Individual deposits 140.040.42 i Hank and banker's Dep.. 15.624.07 180.442 78 Certificates of deposit..... 24.778.29 Total.. $23S,28 39 State of Kansas. County of Trego, ss. I. Chase T. Wilson, cashier of said bank, do solemnly swear that the aberve statement is true; that said bank has no liabilities, and Is not indorser on any note or obligation. ottwr tnn shown on tbe above statement, to the best of my knowleusre and belief. ro help me God. Chase T. Wilson. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 14th day ofJnne.WlU. Attest: Celia K. Cutler. Isum Notary Public. Commission expires on' the 6th day of Ko vember, 1911. t. T. Ptmemfcti A. P. Hrarwi; i K. U. Nirr. J. W. WarqcaiTo K. c. Wilso.v. Directors; Builds Oirrrjor smzS Smsec One rJSsm's VJatyoa circry JO Acrco You know what that means to yon in these times of scarce hired help. Yon fp.MTi to be short a couple of men at haying; time. I know it too. Seven years aeo I needed help so badly that I invented the "Jayhawk". I built a stacker that saved my 1000 ton crop and my neighbors and friends persuaded me to manufacture them on a large scale. The Jayhawk builds any size rick. Don't make any differ ence where the rake dumps hay the Jayhawk picks it up elevates it and damps it just exactly where yon want it. That means a bid savins in time and money. is the only stacker on wheels. It is the only stacker that -an w moved about as easily as a sweep rake. It is the only well on windy days. The Jayhawk has crops in many cases. Yet witn all its many advantages it costs no more than other stackers. Come in and let us demon strate the money saving advantages Jayhawk. rilling to stake our reputation that season's use you'll come back and take double what a Jayhawk get another. uf war Jr mf hmyino mm mm BMiea hlrmtt hmlp. give you all information desired ROSS & WALDO. -Keeney, Ogallah, lEIlis, Voda. J EAST SIDE MAIW White Frost it Like? gal- Produce Co. E. D. WHEELER Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. Farms, Ranches and Town Property. Attends to business for non-residents. Correspond ence solicited. " - Wa-Keeney. Kansas. E. W. MARTIN, Contracting Painter. Satisfaction Guaranteed: WA-KEENEEY, - KANSAS. Nomination papers should be ftled -with the county clerk on or before June 23, which will be Thursday of next week. T. W. BUNDY WELL BORING- Wells Bored and Cased on Short Notice. All Work Guaranteed. Patronage Solicited. Your Hot or Cold 25c BATHS 25c J. J. HYDE Wa-Keeney, - Kansas Do You Want to trade for a small farm or sell your land? If so -list it with I Theo Courtney, Topeka, Kas. 104 East Sixth St. B. UONES, PHYSICIAN AND 8TJROEON. WA-KEENEY KANSAS. DR. 0. F. B0HMAN, Dentist Offic Hours; 1:30 TO 5:00 P. M. er-offlce over E. A. store. Courtney's nmu i. straw LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR ALL CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT Office 'Phone 110 Residence 79 With Howe & Larabee. S. M. HTJTZELi BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE Leases Landsr Collects Rents, . Pays Taxes for Non-Resi dents. Special Attention Given to Col lections. Correspondence Solicited. . WA KEENEY KANSAS g). 3C. 9Tlurra Horseshoeing a Specialty (L. Schmitt's Old Stand) WA-KEENEY KANSAS W.J. plastering, stqne anp cement work, EIGHTEEN f-EABS EXPEaiENCa. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. WA-KEei.Y KANSAS. M. I. Ml SON. AUCTIONEER. General Farm sales and Live Stock a specialty. 'Phone at residence. , Do you want a loan? Do yotr want to sell your land? Do yon want to buy land at a bargain? Call on - JOHN A. NELSON, WA-KEENEY KANSAS O- A. CORTRIGHT, BONDED ABSTRACTER AND NOTARY PUBLIC TWO TERMS RESS7ER OF DEEDS Rents Collected Least Papers Executed Correspondence :-: Solicited If you have horses yoa want pastured near town see Oster kamp. 4 7 tf Fresh pork at Baker's. ANDROG-XNE Imported Percheron Stallion French Registry, 65227. American Registry 5M60.- Androgyne has passed the ex amination of the State veterin ary department. He is a coa. black Percheron stallion with the exception of a star in foreheati and small snip on nose. He was five years old March 20, weigh ing about 1800 pounds. BERGER Registered Kentucky Brer IMauimoth Jacl Color, black; 16- hands high; wt. 1000 pounds. A quiet actor ant. sure foal getter. Will make the season of 191 at F. P. Manzer's barn, one mil south-east of Banner P. O. Terms $10 to insure colt . stand and suck. Mares must fo re turned regularly every 21 day: during the- season. Mares dis posed of or removed from vicir , ity where owned when bred, wil be considered in foal and servic fee becorBs due and MUST b paid at once. Mare and colt hel for the insurance money. Have one of the latest improv ed impregnators' and can bree all that come. Will use due car to avoid accidents, but will no be responsible should any occui F. P. Manzer, Owner . Banner, Kansas. NED Grade Percheron Ned has passed the examina tion of the- State Veterinary de partment and will make the set? son of 1910 at my farm 3 mile . south and 1-2 mile west of Vodi; Ned is a black Perch stallioi . 3 years old, ' weighs 1425 lbs.: fine large bone and good actior ; excellent build and style. Terms 8.00 to insure col to stand and suck. Mare ami colt will stand good for seryic -of the horse. Mares disposed oi or removed from the neighbor hood will be considered with foai 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. CI. , B. I! M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Special attention to Surgery, Fe male Diseases and Chronic Cases. ( Successor to Dr. Lindsay.) W. S. GORRELL. $ WELL DRILLER Will make wells any depth up to 500 feet. Fourteen years in the business. WA-KEENEY KANSAS DrR & - 0099-9999 WA-KEENEY - - - KANS. Located in Ed. Porter's Lan Agency Building. 'Phones Res. 65; , Office 11 t.'