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Branson's Clothing House
- For Clothing and Hals! Shoes Guaranteed! East Side Main, - Wa-Keeney. THE NEW CITY BAKERY Is The Place to Buy FRESH BREAD. PIES. CAKES. COOKIES. fc CANDIES AND PEANUT "We try to please our customers by setting fresh goods only Yours to please, H. FUHtKEN List Your Land With Mel EITHER FOR SALE OR BVCHANfiB If you want to trade your land for eastern farms, or a nice home in some of the good towns ill eastern Kansas, I can in terest, you. Come in and talk the matter over anyway. Office in basement of Wa-Keeney State Bank. D. W. KELLER. Wa-Keeney - - - Kansas. J. T. W. CLOUD Real Estate. Rentals, Coll ctions & Insurance Farm Lands, and City Proj erty for Sale and Exchange. - BONDED NOTARY Office in 'Phone Central Building. Office 'Phone 152. Residence '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 H J. HILLE W Q BAfER GENERAL BANKING Wa-Kkknky. Kansas. directors- W. J. SX ELTON , S. OIEBOLO A. H BLAIR B. F. BdNDER B G SPAN "Good Things to Eat" Always at the Merchants Cafe SHORT ORDERS A SFFCIALTY Everything the Market Affords P" mptly Served y I f all Hours. Einne Uot lections, igars, Xobacr ice Uoid Ui:nks F uits, Nats Fc' GIVE I! CALL - - EAST SIDE tUXlH J II CHRIS FELLER MANUFACTURER OF Cijment Bixxrivs, Posts, Etc. "tone and rnient Work - Specialty TJ irteen years experi ?nce and sat sfaction guart nteed F rices reasonable Cill on me fc: est mates Wa-Keeney, Kansas Hays Porter is building1 a nice cottage south of the track. , Posters are oat for the Inter State Fair to be held at Oakley. Miss Anna Thiel, of Collyer, visited in the city last Tuesday. County Clerk Larabee spent the week in Colorado, visiting points of interest. Kinzie Rogers and daughter were up ffom Willcox township last Saturday. Jim Davidson was up from Ogallah several days the latter part of last week. Mr. -and Mrs. C. L. Thompson of Hoxie visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pliares this week. For Sale Two ne.v windmills. Will sell cheap ' Fred Anderson, Wa Keeney. Kans. 27tf "Mound City Paint may cost a trifle more but! - Verbeek Lum ber &. Supply Co." Cluett and Monarch shirts and Arrow brand quarter size collars at the Trego Store. f Rhodes & Hixson will ship a car of hoses next Tuesday. Bring in your bogs Monday. Wheuynur glasses don't give trood satisfaction better see Strauss, Sept. 23 and 24. Watch for the date of the Grand Millinery Opening at the Trego Sto"-e. Miss Reynolds is the new trimmer. Attorney Purcell attended to legal business at Stockton, Kansas, Wednesday. Judge Ruptnthal and the next judge of tins districr., EH. Rea, took in the fair last Saturday. Tf your headache nas not stop ped you had better see Strauss at Wa-Keeney, Sept. 23 and 24. Tound pocket knife (new). Owner can get same by calling at this office and paying for notice. Henry Hill man, E. Musseman and Edward LaRue shipped cattle to Kansas City the first of the wek. F. O. Gleason, of Council Bluffs, Iowa, is visiting his nephews, the Gleas m brothers, this week.. Henry Graham left Monday morning for Hays, where he will take a course at tlie State Nor mal School. The fine line of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes has just arrived at the Trego Store. Step in and take a look at the new browns. Mrs. McCoy and children de parted the latter partof last week for Detroit, Mich., after a very pleasant visit with Grandma Kelly. Henry Poronto, who has been helping dtit our threshermen for several weeks, returned to his home at Clay Center, Kan.. Thursday evening Friday night the three church societies of the city will jnter tain the new students of the high school with a -big bonfire and watermelon feast. The Methodist Aid Society will me 1 with Mrs. R E. Morse next Tresday afternoon. . All inemKers are requested to be present. The new shape maker coat is the latest creation in men's clothes. Hart, Schaffner & Ma-x clothe? for fall are out in this style. Trego Mer. Co. On the morning of Sept. 2. 1910, Dr. Stork left at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. y Gilbert Mathews, of Banner Kas., a lit'le daughter. All parties concerned doing nicely. The electric light company in stalled the lights in the home of the editor this week, and we feel for the size of the town the com pany is giving mighty good satis factory lights. Mrs. Antnip and three chil dren left for Abilene last Satur day morning for a visit with her mother. The Antnip family live on the Hugh Marshall place south east of town. E. D. Beason .- - GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP NORTH OF DEPOT I have just added a new line of wagon boxes, buggy tops and all kinds of wood for repair work. Just received a new disc Sharpener the latest on the market. Repair work a specialty Give me a trial I'll treat you right Pure home made lard at Baker's. . v This is thepaper to advertise in it goes into 1400 homes. Stops itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, herpes, scabies Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. Will Kelly, Jim Feney and Hig Swiggett returned home the first of this week from their trip to Cheyenne and Denver. They report a royal time. We want a correspondent in Ogallah, Adair, Riverside, aud Franklin. If you are interested in the news of your neighbor hood, write 'v'orld. Chas. Whitton, of Hill City, took in Kindling Bros, big circus at Salina last Wednesday. He stopped ovir in Wa-Keeney Thursday enr,oute home. Fred Musgrave's family ar rived from Sharon Springs Thursday morning and are dom iciled in Mrs. Wolf's property in the southeast part of the city. Ray Nelson begun school at Ogallah this week. Ray is one of the vei y successful teachers of Trego Co. and Ogallah is con gratulating itself on securing his services. . Last Thursday evening W. B. Kelly caught a channel catfish that weighed 6 1-4 pounds. This is the biguest fish caught in the Saline to our can beat it? - D. S. Gil more left last week for Kansas City where we under stand he went to purchase a new plant for the Collyer Citizen the paper which he will soon install in that hustling little city. The electric plant is now fur nishing morning lights turn ing them on at 4:30. This is .a great convenience for the fel low t:iat has to rise early, also for depot, hotels, post office and restau rants. Last Saturday night Hugh Marshall a id familv left for Osce ola, Mo., their future home. Mr, and Mrs. Marshall have many friends m Trego Co., who regret to see them leave but wish them good luck in their new home. 'Miss Edith Scott was down froin Oberlin this we k visiting with friends a few days. She will teach the primary room at Grainfihld -this winter. Her many friends here congratulate her on securing so desirable a position and wish her success. ast Saturday evening Fred ocawanbeck had quite an ac cident before leaving for home after spending the day taking in the fair. In fixing the lights on his auto the gasoline took tire in some manner and his clothes im mediately ignited and only prompt action saved him from being severly burned. The ma chine was not dam-.iged. Last Monday evening John Blakeley escaped what might have resulted in a very serious accident. He was returning home on the evening train and stepped from the platform while tne train was still in motion al rthoUgh he was not aware of the fact it being dark and he thought the train had stopped. He was thrown violently to the ground and very close to the coach, his hat was ground up under the car He was not injured more than a shakiner up and is fortunate to escape without being seriously hurt. knowledge. Who from na'e Man- F. P. Manzer was up Banner last Tuesday and us an a. reeable call. Mr. ze- has decided to locate in Texas and will hold a public sale on September 20th. See big bills; also ad in this issue. Johr Kutina and Miss Lula Phares were married by the Probate Judge at . Hays, Kan., Wednesday. They w 11 make their home in Trego county and their many friends wish them much joy and happiness. "Judye Ruuppenthal has some mercy on jurors, less on lawyers and none at all on himself," said an observing citizen after watch ing the judge crowd business in court early and late, holding long day- sessions and many .night sessions to late hours, witu few, and short intermissions. The judge has never looked for a soft snap nor ever found one. - Work is his passion. Adv. - ; We've Been Called "Cranky" By Some People who "Sell Us Our Groceries. But when the choosing pro cess is all over we think we have a right to call what is here "The Elite of Grocer ies." . Would you like to associate with eatables tha are ex clusive? You will find the experienc pleasant, to say nothing of the other advantage. t Choose your own article to test us on. Come here always expecting ; to get the top notch of good. STAR GROCERY New Central Hotel The Old Drnmmond House, Remodeled, new ly furnished up-to-date rooms. Regular meals 25 cents. Short orders and lunches at all hours. Give us- a trial and get what you want to eat. , - x Cooked to your order. We will try hard to please you. S " - O. H. IvTJLl?, Prop. The Wa-Keemy State Capital, Surplus and Profits, anli 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. Lumber, Coal, Grain. Particular people have learned that there is a lot of difference in the quality of lumber, and as we make QUALITY our "long suit," you take no chances in buying what you need from us. j 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. eaMMM Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Good Weights and Good Prices Given for Your Grain. eeeeeec The Hardman Lumber Co, Screen Doors Are what, you want NOW 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. Sueeeuori to VERBECK ft LUCAS U7S THE VERBECK. Lumber & Supply Company. $50,000 to loan on improved farms. Call on me at my office under the Wa Keeney State Bank. D. W. Keller. E. W. MARTIN, Contracting Painter. Satisfaction Guaranteed -W A-KEEN EE Y, - KANSAS.