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For Clothing and Hals! Shoes a?t' Guaranteed! East Side Main, - Wa-Keeney. THE NEW CITY. BftKERY Is The Place to Buy FRESH BREftD. FIES. CftKES. COOKIES. CftNDIES AND FEftNUTS We try to please our customers by selling fresh goods only Yours to please, H. FUHRKEN List Your Land With Mel EITHER FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE If you want to trade your land for eastern farms, or a nice home in some of the good towns ih eastern Kansas, I can in terest you. Come in and talk the matter over anyway. Office in basement of Wa-Keeney Stte Bank. D. W. KELLER. Wa-Keeney - - - Kansas. J. T. W. CLOUD Real Estate, Rentals, Coll ctions & Insurance Farm Lands, and City Property for Sale and Exchange. BONDED NOTARY Office in 'Phone Central Building. U Office 'Phone 152. Residence 'Phone 72 H- J. HILLE. PRESIDENT W. Q. BAKER. VICE PRESIDENT A. H- BLAIR, CASHIER C. R. HILLE. ASST. CASHIER Capital, $25,000.00. TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK H J. HILLE W. O BAKER GENERAL BANKING Wa-Keeney, Kansas. directors- W. J- SK ELTON . S. OIEBOLO A. H BLAIR B. F. BENDER B O SPAN "Good Things to Eat" Always at the Merchants Cafe SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY Everything the Market Affords P-mptly Served Ft all Hours. Fine Confections, Cigars, Tobac Ice Cold Drinks F uits. Nuts Ect GIVE IS CALL- - - EAST SIDE MAIN lip Mrs. J no. Glenn's pupils will be the last of October. Program announced next week. Mrs. J. Kessler, Misses Belle and Nannie Glenn, Miss Sullen and Messrs Kessler and Taylor spent Saturday in Wa-Keeney. Mrs. J no. Glenn received several orders for high grade pianos this week and has added Knabe's and Weber's to her sales list. , Wallie Vanscoys had a lucky fall Tuesday. The scaffold on which he was working-, on Mrs. Lizzie Spena's new barn, broke and let him to the ground below. Absolutely Pure Thm only baking powtfor maao front Royal Orapo Oroam of Tartar Ho Alum, Ho Line Phosphate VODA. Bradley Brown is buying cattle. This week will see the finishing of wheat seeding. Mabel Kirkendall has begun her school in district 41. Herald Austin visited with Law rence Krhut Sunday. John Stradal is digging his po tatoes; sols Herman Tegtmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. F. Krhut and J. Zotapek visited with Mr. and Mrs. F. Stradal Monday. W. D. Austin and wife ate dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Horak east of Wa-Keeney, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stradal entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and. Mrs. J. Ebert and Mr. and Mrs. J. Tauscher, of Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. E. Knapp are spend ing a few days in Colorado, visiting Mr. Knapp's parents who live near Boulder. Mr. and Mrs. J. Horak, of Wa- Keeney, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kris- tof, of Collyer, were Sunday visitors at Geo. Kristof 's. If anyone finds a strange pig that weighs about 350 lbs., more or less, and they can't find the owner, notify Wm. Cox, proprietor of the Hotel DeVoda. Word has been received from Frank Stradal and party who crossed the big pond that they had a fine trip. They were six days on the water and the weather was fine and' the water smooth. Mary Zeman was the only one sick. Manuel and Alfonso Schimkowitsch had quite an accident one mile east of Voda Saturday evening. They were returning from Wa-Keeney in their automobile. They were going at a rapid rate of speed when they struck a rut; they lost control of the car and it acted like a bucking broncho, landing on its back with both boys under it; but as luck would have it no one was ruirt. The only damaged done was that it tore Al fonso's brand new pants and filled Manuel's eyes full of dust. It is better to be born lucky than good looking. CHRIS FELLER MANUFACTURER OF Cement Blocks, Posts, Etc. "tone and Cement Work - Specialty T1 irteen years experience and satisfaction guaranteed Prices reasonable C dl on me foi est mates Wa-Keeney, Kansas J RIVERSIDE George Stegman finished up thresh ing this week and pulled in. Getting a little too dry for wheat; a good rain would be welcome. Burning Russian thistles and sow ing wheat is the order of the day. Louis Johnson delivered wheat for John Wahlborg the first of the week. Theodore Johnson and O. Carlson spent last Sunday with Frank Kutina. Clarence Kingsley went to Kansas City last Sunday to spend the week. Clarence Holtzinger marketed a load of wheat for Chas. Markev last Friday. Ben Hicks, of McCracken, shipped five cars of calves to Kansas City last Satnrday. Elihn Allman, the next sheriff of Trego count-, held down the side walks at Ellis last Saturday. Frank Meserve shipped two cars of cattle to Kansas City last Saturday. Frank intends to take in the show. There will be preaching at the Fairview school house Sunday even ing at eight o'clock sharp. All that can, attend. E. M. Wagoner sold his calves over the scales to Ben Hicks last Saturday, averaging four hundred and fifty pounds at five cents. I 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 Fresh beef at Baker's. Wanted Fat hogs. Highest mar ket price paid. W. C Rhoades. Correct Abstracts W. H. Swiggett This is the paper to advertise in it goes into 1400 homes. Abstracts of title made promptly at reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. COLLYER The weather still continues beauti-ful. Louis Brown is visiting relatives at Russell. Drilling is on the home stretch around here. Mr. Fritzpatrick lost all his feed by fire last week. Mrs. C. C. Hickman has been quite ill for over a week. Chas. Thiel and family spent Tues day in Wa-Keeney. T. J. Ryan, of Park, was a Collyer visitor Wednesday. Rev. Ziegenfuss held services at Voda Sunday evening. The Ladies' Aid met Thursday at the Congregational church. Chris. Hildebrand returned from Russell Wednesday evening. Miss Birde O'Dwyer, of Quinter, spent Sunday with Belle Glenn. Mrs. Chas. Briggs returned Friday evening from her trip t California. Threshing is all over for this year the last machine finished up Tues day. Miss Mabel Kirkendall, of district 41, spent Sunday with her parents at Voda. Misses Birde O'Dwyer, Sullen and Belle Glenn dined with Mrs. Chas. Glenn Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Round tree and chil dren, of Hays, are visiting her sister. Mrs. Lizzie Spena. The dance at the garage Saturday evening was a very pleasant affair and was well attended. Rumor says Adam Ziegler purchased a quarter section of land from Geo. MorelL Consideration 95,000. For your music supplies and instru ments, call on Mrs. J no. W. Glenn. Prices cheaper than anywhere else. ' The entertainment to be given by )rSipoaI Sale 3 3 Tim Rhoades spent the week in Kansas City taking in the Royal Live Stock show. W. C. P. Rhoades was in Kansas City tliis week attending the Royal Live Stock show. For Sale Good apples at 85c per bushel. Three miles southeast of Collyer. J. A. Mlinek. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. J. W. Blakely next Tuesday afternoon at the usual hour. Wanted Good second hand base burner. Must be bargain for cash, Box 10, Ogallah, Kans. 32-3t For Sale Lots 4, 5 and 6 in block 11, Ogallah. Perfect title, warranty deed. Cheap for quick sale, Culver Yetter. 32-3t Henry Hille shipped the biggest and fattest bunch of native steers ever shipped from this station -last Monday. The Trego Mercantile Co. has just received a new line of ladies' hand bags. Positively the swellest line ever shown in Wa-Keeney. Big crops of wheat, oats and alfalfa are raised every year in "The Tfew Durango Country" in southwestern Colorado. See Mudge for literature. C. R. Kirby was down from Collyer Wednesday. He has sold his store to a Mr. Wurst of Wallace, who will move it into the building recently oc cupied by C. C. Hickman. Mrs. Horak has a beautiful cotton plant which has budded and blossom ed and now is full of ripe cotton balls. Those who have seen it say it is a fine specimen and worth going to see. H. Rush, mayor of St. Peter and president of the Penokee State Bank, was a Wa-Keeney visitor Thursday He informed us that he shipped a car of cattle to Kansas City this week. We asked him how all the folks at St. Peter were and he replied "that the fellows who'were in the habit of selling fire-water were in Topeka to answer before the bar of Judge Pol lock." What Our Ads Tell You The goods in the store back up It isn't that way everywhere is it? Generally what is printed is better than what the store sells. But we are particular in this regard. Particular to have SUCH eatables that exaggeration is quite unnec essary. So when yon read a state ment about what this store sells, you don't have to dis count it to get at the truth Just take what we say at its face value, and yon will find no cause for dissatisfaction. STAR GROCERY LOTS AND ACRES CHOICE LOCATIONS IN OGALLAH I have some choice lots left, also some 1 acre up to 10 acre lots on which I will make a price of $40.00 per inside lot, and $50.00 to $75.00 per acre for large plots up, to January 1, 1911. Will positively not sell one acre of the town site after that date for less than $100.00 per acre and lots accordingly. It has been urged that I am selling these lots in the townsite too cheap, but to favor those wish ing to build within one year, I will make this concession up to January 1st. Call or write me promptly if you want choice of location, as the townsite is being rapidly taken. Titles guaranteed. C. C YETTER, OGALLAH, KAS. 3 3 3C 3 7Z 3t 3 The Wa-Keenty 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. ' 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. 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. Good Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Weights and Good Prices Given for Your Grain. eeceeece The Hardman Lumber Co. f 3C "Buick" Automobiles A Good Stock on Hands If interested write, phone or call on Ross & Waldo Ellis, Kansas. Choice Idaho potatoes at Oster kamp's. Leave your order now, the price is right. Phone 82. "Mound City Paint may cost a trifle more but! Verbeck Lumber & Sup ply Co."