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r The undersigned will sell at Public Sale, at what is known as the Reynold's farm, 8 miles west and 11 miles south of Wa-Keeney, and 4 miles east and 1 mile south of Banner P. O., on Friday, February 24th commencing at 10 a. m., the following described property, to-wit: 10 HEAD OF HORSES 1 team of gray4- geldings 14 years old, weight 2ti00 lbs.; 1 team sorrel and brown geldings 14 years old, 2400 lbs.; 1 team of brown mares 4 and 8 years old, weight 1800 lbs.; 1 black colt 2 years old, weight 700 lbs.: 1 bay colt 2 years old, weight 700 lbs.; I bay mare 16 years old, weight 1200. , 3 HEAD OF CATTLE 1 milch cow 8 years old,' will be fresh April 1st; 1 milch cow 4 years old, will be fresh May 1st; 1 steer calf. FARM MACHINERY This machinery is all new. 1 Fish Bros, wagon, 1 buggy, 1 cart, 1 drill, 1 disk, 1 mower, 1 header and barge, 1 sulky plow, 2 sets of flynets, 1 riding bridle, 1 rake, 1 3-section har row, 1 lister, 1 gang plow, 2 6-shovel cultivators, 2 walking breaking plows, 1 corn sheller, 1 hay rack. 1 garden cultivator, 1 grindstone, 1 water tank, 3 sets heavy work harness, 1 set single harness. HOUSEHOLD GOODS 3 bed steads, springs and mattress; 1 gas stove, 1 heating stove, 1 Topsy stove, 1 wood stova, 1 extension table, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 oak dish cupboard, 1 cabinet cupboard, 2 rocking chairs, 12 dining chairs, 1 piano case, organ, guitar, 1 dresser, bur eau, 1 commode, 2 center stands, 1 sewing machine, 1 washing ma chine, 1 100-egg incubator, 1 5-gallon churn, some carpenter tools, 1 bicycle, and many other articles too numerous to mention. m FREE LUNCH AT NOON MISCELLANEOUS 3 1-2 bundles of shingles. 336 feet of flooring, 128 feet of siding, 52 feet 1x6. 29 feet 1x12, 41 feet 1x8, 6 feet 3x3; 24 feet 4x4, 36 feet 4x6, 38 feet 2x8. 119 feet 2x4, 242 feet 2x6. This lum ber is all new. 3 tons of hay, 10 tons of corn fodder, 7 bushels of seed corn, some oats, 4 bushels of cane and millet seed mixed, about 20 rod of hog fence. TERMS Sums of $10 and under, cash; on sums over S10, a credft of 8 months time at 10 per cent interest purchaser to give note with ap proved security. 5 per cent discount for cash. Mrs. C. I. Reynolds and Sons ' H. W. Mason, Auctioneer. H. F. Kline, Clerk. I will sell at public sale at my farm 7 1-2 miles north and 3 1-2 miles west of Ellis, 2 miles north and 12 miles east of Wa-Keeney and 1 mile west of Adair school house, on Tuesday, February 21st Commencing at 10 o'clock sharp the following described live stock and other property: II Head Good Work Horaes and Mares 2 head of mares and geldings ranging from 5 to 7 years old. These horses and mares will range . in weight from 1300 to 1500 pounds and all -looking through the col lar every day and ready for good hard work. One well broke 3-year-old driver, known as the Lord colt. -. 3 first class milch cows. 4 head of hogs. Along with 10 or 12 dozen chickens will include the stock of this sale. Machinery and Tool 3 lumber wagons complete, 5 sets of double har ness, 4 sets of fly nets, 1 surrey, 1 spring wagon, 2 grain drills, 1 header and 2 header barges, 2 Hummer plows, 1 walking plow, 1 2 row cultivator, 1 single row cultivator, 1 mowing machine and rake, 1 steel harrow. Household goods ahd other things too numerous to mention. FREE LUNCH AT NOON T Terms 8 months time on sums over $10, purchaser giving approved note, notes to bear 8 per cent interest from date. 3 per cent discount for cash on sums over $10. Under $10 cash. W. A. Eppler, Auct. G. W. Cross, Clerk. A. A. Cockrell I will sell at my place irT Wa-Keeney, 2 1-2 blocks southwest I of depot, on Saturday, February 25th commencing 1 p. m. sharp, the following described property: 8 Head of Horses and Mules Consisting of one team of iron grey mules 3 years old, weight 1100 lbs. each, each 16 hands high; 1 bay mule 3 years old, weight 1100 lbs., 16 hands high: 1 black mule 3 years old. weight 1100 lbs., 16 hands high: 1 span iron grey horses 5 and 8 vears old, weight 1200 lbs. each; 1 span horses 7 and 8 years old, weight 1400 lbs. each. ) Farm Machinery 2 new top buggies: 1 spring wagon: 1 Hodge header, nearly new, 2 header boxes; 2 2-row weeders, John Deere: 1 4-shovel cultivator: 1 walking plow; 1 walking lister: 1 Hoosier drill; 2 lumber wagons; 1 wind mill and water tank, new complete; 4 sets good work harness: 1 set single harness. One lot lumber; 100 bushels corn; one lot cane and alfalfa hay. Household Goods 1 dresser, 1 commode. 1 chiffonier, 1 stand, 6 chairs, 1 bed stead, 1 lounge, 2 mattresses, 1 oil range, 1 gas stove, 1 heater, 1 lot dishes. 1 graphophone and records, and other articles too num erous to mention. f Terms Sums of $10 and under, cash: on sums over $10, a credit until--' September 1. 1911. purchaser to give note with approved security bearing 10 per cent interest from date. 5 per cent discount for cash. W. A. Eppler, Auct. W. J. Williams, Clerk. W. A. Smith I will sell at public sale at my farm. 8 miles south and 2 miles west of Ogallah and 10 miles south and 5 miles east of Wa-Keeney, and 10 miles west and 5 miles south of Ellis, on " . . Thursday, March 2, 1911 commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property: 21 Head of Horses and Mules One bay mare 8 years old, in foal, weight 1700 lbs: one roan mare 9 years old, in foal, weight li50 lbs.; one roan gelding, coming 4 years old. weight 1150 lbs.; one gray and 1 bay mare. 8 years old. in foal, weight 2350 lbs.; one bay mare coming 3 years old, weight 1000 lbs.: one gray horse coming 2 years, one bay horse coming 2 years old, one gray mare 2 years old, one bay mare 1 year old, one bay mare colt, one'span of brown mules, coming 4 years old; one span brown mules coming 3 years old, one span of mules com ing 2 years old, 4 mule colts. . 15 Head of Cattle 6 good milk cows, one 2-year-old heifer, 6 steer calves, 2 heifer calves. Frm Machinery One John Deere 2-row weeder, one Kerlin 2-row weeder, one Brown riding cultivator, one Oliver 14-inch gang plow, one 3-section steel harrow, one riding lister, one breaker plow, . one spring wagon, one set workiiarness, one set buggy harness. FREE LUNCH AT NOON " Terms Sums of $10 and under, cash: sums over $10 a credit of 8 months will be given, purchaser to give bankable note at 10 per cent interest; 5 per cent discount for cash. M. W. Mason. Auct H. K. MbLeod, Clerk. W. B. Cypher (First publication February li. 1811) Notice ot Final Settlement State, of Kansas. Treto County, ss. In the Probate Court in and for said County In the matter of the estate of Thomas Foth- enrill. deceased. Creditors and all other persons interested in the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified, that at the next remilar term ol the Probate Court in and for said county, to be betcun and held at the court room in VVa-Keeney. county of Tre go and state aforesaid, on the first Monday in the month of March A. D. tll. 1 shall aiply to said court tor a full and final settlement of said estate. Herman Lodst. Administrator of estate ol- Thomas Fother1- Kill, deceased. February 7. ml. (First publication January St 191 1 Notice of Publication Serial No. O1029 Department of the Interior. T. S. Land Office at Topesa. Kansas January 25. lull. Notice is hereby riven that John O. Lw son. of Wa-Keeney. Kans.. who. on Mav ll 14. made Homestead Entry 371-42. Serial No. ones, for west H. northwest Quarter, section is. uwnsmp 14 soutn. rantre x- west. 6th prin cipal meridian, has filed notice of lntemioa to matt final flve-year proof, to establish caim to the land above described, before the Hon orable ClerK of the District Court of Treao county. Kansas, at Wa-Keeney. Kansas, on toe l-ttn aay ol lwarcn. 111. Claimant names as witnesses: Hiram Sch neider, of Wa-Keeney.' Kansas; Herman Heit man. of Wa-Keeney. aansas; Ernest Smith, of Ransom. Kansas: A. H. Law son, of Oirailah. tvansas. Geo. W. Fisher. Register. CORRESPONDENCE BIG CREEK The weather is fine since the rain. Wheat continues to look good along the line. Bruce Furbeck- took a trip to Hays last Saturday.' Not many sick in this neighborhood, the most of them have recovered. Billy Nelson, Chas Cross, took in the sights at the hub on Friday of last week. C. C. Cross, and Lillian visited with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fuller last Sun day afternoon. Mr. Bossier and some of his neigh bors unloaded a car of fine oats at Ellis last Triday. Koadmaster Jess Brown was put-' ting a bad piece of Ellis townsliip road in good condition last week. John Herbert, Fred Egger and Dor Wilson were filling in the approaches to a culvert on their road to Ellis last Monday. " RIVERSIDE Did you receive a valentine? A fine rain visited these parts Mon day, it certainly was- welcome. Floyd Bomgardner transacted bus iness in Hays last riday, returning Saturdays Frank Dite and sisters visited with Miss Hilda Johnson and brothers last Sunday. Charley Mackey finished threshing millet and cane seed for E. M. Wago ner last Thursday. The Lutheran Aid Society meets at Mrs. Anna Wahlborg's Tuesday after noon February 21st. Don't- forget tos attend the Wahl- borg sale , February 23rd. Brassell and Ford auctioneers. The JSVahlborg Bros, were pleasant callers at Christ Stegman's Sunday. Wonder if Herman saw her? y Mr. arf3 Mrs. Lewis Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christiansen of Ellis County. Frank Kutina visited with the Johnson Bros. Thursday afternoon and purchased a load of hay. Fox and Hughes went skunk hunt ing Sunday. Girls don't seem to at tract the attention of these gentle men. Frank Hicks gave a social dance to his many friends Friday night; a good time is reported by all. ' Carlsoh-K'u- tina orchestra furnished music. spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Jesse Kessler. Mr. Dalby was the recipient of a fine valentine last week, it was a daisy, well, no we are mistaken, it was a sunflower girl. f We wonder if the industrious hen will get offended at the low price of her product and go on a strike, but then who could blame her. If the party finding a package on the night of the masquerade which did not belong to them, will return it to Miss Frances Ziegler they will confer a great favor. Mesdames Jas. Tague, Chas Glenn, Miss Belle Glenn, Messers R. J. Tague, Arch Lorimer, Joe Glenn, Chas. Glenn and son spent Sunday evening at John Glenn's. The program lecture and box sup per at ts. C. hall Monday, evening, drew a fair sized audience in spite of the bad weather. The short musical program was good, and the lecture by Be v. Ziegen fuss was the best humorous one ever given in this locality. The Rev. lect urer held the attention of his audi ence from beginlng to end, kept them in laughter during the entire discus ion. His subject could not help but please any audience and those who did not hear him missed a pleasing treat and we hope to hear him again in the near future and we can assure him of a crowded house. The pro ceeds over expense of hall rent was $13.10. "Tickets for the moon please" No thank you, we were solidly con vinced by Rev. Ziegenfuss's lecture Monday evening that ours had been prepared a thousand times or more before. COLLYER The ill are nearly all on the mend. Mr. Gubbins is not improving very fast. Chas. and Joe Glenn spent Tuesday in Wa-Keenej-. Mrs. Jas. Tague was a Wa-Keeney visitor Wednesday. Miss Anna Thiel spent Sunday with friends at Grinnell. Miss Phrona Mall spent Sunday wijh Miss A. Kenyon. Did you get any valentines? Well we got a couple of dandys. German school is well attended and pupils are making fine progress. Mrs. J. Deitrich sr. is recovering from a severe spell of heart trouble Miss Mable Kirkendal spent Mon day evening with Mrs. John Glenn Mrs. Emery Cass is nursing a very sore hand. Doctor Isenberg is treat ing it. The musical program will be the 24th unless somethpig unforseen pre vents. The Glenn children are all recover ing from a severe siege of the popular grippe Mrs. Lizzie Spena's children are re covering from a severe attack of the grippe. Not long before gardening will commence' if the weather does not change. ' . Several of our German people went to Buffalo "Park Monday to attend a wedding. Every one appreciated the rain Monday, but we would like to have had more. Mr. Chas. Briggs and family spent Saturday evening with John Glenn and family. - Mr& Chas. Seirer and Belle Glenn were callers at Mrs. Malls, Tuesday afternoon. What s the matter with young Frenchv, "we haven't heard those bells ring yet." " e ll bet Miss Mina Briggs re ceived move valerltines than anyone in this locality. Masquerade Friday evening was a success In every way; large crowd, good music and a good time In gener al. Messrs C. Hildebrand, Harry and Chas. Lucas, 'attended the dancing party at Dockendorf 's, Tuesday even- ing. , Mesdames C. C. Hickman, Chas. Glenn, and son, and Miss Belle Glenn, Want Column Wanted Fat hosrs. Highest mar ket price paid. W. C. Rhoades. For Sale Full blood White Wyan dotte cockerels. Price $1.00. Mrs. B. Jfc . Christy, Koute 1, wa-K.eeney 4 For Sale or Trade 20 horse-power 5-passenger Maxwell auto in good order, can at Blue Tont. For Sale or Rent 3 room house arid two lots, south of railroad. track. In quire ol John A. Nelson. , 47-ot grade piano; also several choice lots in business portion of Collyer. Cheap if taken at once. Inquire at this office. For Sale Good seed oats ley. Lou ATSigler. and bar 49-tf Lost Black fur mitten at Big Creek hall on the night of February 4th. Leave at World ofhce and re ceive reward. O. J.-Kessler. 49 I will sell at public sale on Satur day, March 4, 1911, all my house hold goods, ana cooking utensils, also cow, single - harness, chickens, etc.-Mrs. jj. 1j. countryman. For Sale Cockerels, roosters, cocks. l am sure they will please you: a lot of pure bred Barred Plymouth Kock and eggs Ipr setting at a very reasonable price; get some. Peter Mondlock. For Sale 125 bushels of trood mil let seed. C. Spitsnaugle. . ' For Sale Grav stallion, weight 18O0 ids., win sell for $2oU ir taken soon. Joe bpena. For. Sale 28 bushels of alfalfa seed extra good, clean of weeds. O. Spits naugle. For Sale Pure bred Rose Comb Rhode Island Red eggs for sale; setting of 15 eggs, 75 ceuts: $4.50 per hundred, inquire or Mrs. w H.X3eorge, Ellis Kansas Lost Harness breeching-, January 31 road between Wa-Keeney and the Saline bridge, t inder please leave at Geo. T. Galloway's. dotte eggs, 50c for 15, or $2!50 pet 100. i i WIZZARD EL00R CLEAN Positively the Best on the Market. We have used it for four years and know what we are talking about. "We have tried others but it don't cut the dust like Wizzard. We keep it on hand in casks of 25 50 and 100 lbs. - Call at World office and we, will show you how to keep the dust down. H. S. GIVLER, Agent. Fresh pork at Baker's. Subscribe for the World. Only $1 a year. Subscribe foV the World. FpMic Sales t . ... ' I will sell at Public Auction at my ranch, eight miles south and -five miles west of Wa-Keeney, on Wednesday. February 22 d beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., the following property: 25 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES One span bay mules 7 and 8 years old, weight 2450, 16 hands high; one span black mules 6 and 8 years old, weight 2600, 17 hands high: one span geldings 4 and 6 years old, weight 28O0, 16 1-2 hands high;l chestnut sorrel horse 8 years old, weight 1100. 16 hands; 1 chestnut sorrel mare 10 years old, weight 1100. 16'hands high; one span sorrels 8 years old, extra good drivers, weight 2000, 16 hands high; one coming 3-year old mule, black, weight 1000, 15 hands high; one coming 2-year-old mule, black, weight 800, 14 hands high; one coming 2-year-old mule, bay, weight 700, 14 hands high; one coming 2-year-od mule, weight 1200, 16 hands high; one sucking mule, black,' weight 700, 15 hands high; 1 3-year-old filly sorrel, weight 800, 15 hands high; 1 2-year-old filly, sorrel, weight 1000 16 hands high; 1 2vear-old horse, sorrel, weight 7oo, 15 hands high: 1 yearling mare, sorrel, weight 600, 15 hands high; 1 yearling mare, ipon grav, weight 700, 15 hands high; 1 sucking colt, sorrel, weight 500, 13 hands high; 1 span geldings 4 years old, weight 22p0, 16 hands high. 15 HEAD OF CATTLE Ten extra good milch cows; one full blood Jersey; 4 half blood and balance with strong Jersey strain. : - 60 HEAD OF HOGS Fifteen brood sows, Duroc Jerseys, due to far row before spring: 45 shoats, weighing from 25 to 100 lbs.; 1 Poland China boar, weight. 225 lbs. , . FARM MACHINERY, ETC 2 header barges: 1 grain grader, new; 1 McCormick header, good as new, 12 foot; i. Kentucky 10-hoe disc driH; I Flying Swede 2-row cultivator: I John Deere 2-row cultivator, used one season: i Hummer gang with with sod attachments; I 3-section harrow; i McCormick mower; I foot trip iO-foot hay rake; i culttr. vator; i J. I. Case riding lister; I walking lister; 2 walking sod plows; i i8-inch walking plow; i i4-disc sod cutter; I rubber tired buggy; 2 steel tired buggies; 2 lumber wagons; I light wagon; 2 sets double buggy harness; four sets work harness. , - - . I HENS; 20 TOULOUSE 250 FULL BLOOD BROWN LEGHORN GEESF. TERMS Sums of $i0 and under, cash; on sums over SiO, 7 time will be given on approved notes bearing 10 per cent from date of sale. 5 per cent discount for each, ' FREE LUNCH AT NOON months' interest S. H. Yewell & Sons, Owners. M. W. MASON, Auctioneer. Having sold my farm, I will sell at Public Auction at my farm, 9 - -miles east and 7 miles north of Wa-Keeney, and 10 miles north of Ogallah, on Friday, February 24th commencing at 11 a. m., the following described property, to-wit: lO head of horaes Consisting of 1 brown mare 5 years old, with foal, weight 1200 lbs.; 1 Iron gray mare 4 years old, weight 1000 lbs.; 1 iron gray gelding 5 years old, weight 1200 lbs.; 1 bay mare with-4oal, 4 yrs. old, weight 1200 lbs.; 1 brown mare 4 years old, weight 1100 lbs.; 1 bay mare colt; 1 black last spring's colt; 1 black horse, weight 900 lbs-; 1 black horse, weight 950 lbs.; 1 bay horse, weight 1000 lbs. 2 head of cattle 1 milch cow 5 years old, fresh this month; 1 milch cow 6 years old, giving milk. 8 head of hogs, weight 100 lbs. each. Farm Machinery 1 Jones binder, in good repair; 1 Indiana drill: 1 Case lister, eood as new; 1 Potter. 2-row weeder; 1.1- vator; 1 lumber wagon; 1 blacksmith's outfit; 2 breaking plows, Katy did; 1 buggy; 3 sets double harness. S dozen fhickena. ' : Household Goods . ... . One 1-minute washing machine, nearly new; 1 Topsy heatihg stove; ; 1 steel couch; 1 wood bed stead, single; 1 wood bed stead; 6 chairs; 1 rocking chair; 1 high chair; and many other articles too numerous to mention. Miscellaneous 20 rods woven electric weld hog wire; 200 rods new gal vanized barb wire; 40 cedar posts; 1 pump, good as new; Kaflir corn in stack; 18 bushels of seed corn.. , . LUNCH COUNTER ON GROUND Terms Sums of $10 and under, cash; on sums over $10, credit until September 1, 1911, purchaser to jgive note with approved security bearing 10per cent interest. 5 per cent discount for cash. F. M. Brassel, Auct. C R. Hille, Clerk. 10-hoe -row culti- Charles Snelling I will sell at Public Auction on the Tom Nixon farm, 5 miles south and 1 1-2 miles east of Wa-Keeney, on Tuesday, February 28th commencing at 10 a. m., the following described property: 13 Head of Horses One team geldings, weight 1250 lbs. each; one sorrel gelding coming 6 years old, -weight 1250 lbs.; one brown gelding coming 4 years oia, weigni iuou ids.; one orooa mare, saie in ioai, t one brood mare, safe weiirht 1050 lbs.: one old mare: two colts coming 2 years old; two colts coming 1 year old; one gelding, weight 1300 lbs.; two coming 2 year olds. 3 Head of Cattle One extra good milch cow 7 years old, fresh now; one heifer coming 2 years old, will be fresh soon: one bull calf 3 months old. , - 2 small shoats; about 6 dozen chickens; some seed oats; 200 bushels corn. ' Farm Machinery One new Moline 12-inch gang; one new Moline list er, two 2-row weeders; one 12-disc Superior wheat drill, almost new; one Buckeye mower; two 1-row weeders: one sod plow; one &-tooth garden plow; one wooden harrow; two farm wagons; one low wagon and rack; one wagon box, almost new; one buggy; three sets work harness; 2 discs; one new McCormick mower; one J. I. Case lister; one three-section steel harrow; one Case riding cultivator; one Emer son sulky plow. Household Goods One 8-foot dining table, 6 dining chairs, two rock ing chairs, one stand, one iron bedstead and springs, one dresser, FREE LUNCH Terms Sums of $10 and under, cash; on sums over $10, a credit until ' September 1, 1911, purchaser to give note with approved security bearing 10 per cent interest. 5 per discount for cash. M. W. Masen, Auct. H. F. Kline, Clerk. L. D. Bell E. D.WttEELEK Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. -Farms, Ranches and Town Property. Atten?fs . to business for non-residents. Correspond ence solicited. Wa-Keeney, Kansas. A. B. UONS PHYSICIAN AND 8T7ROKON. R'A-KEENET - - KANSAS. Just Lookey Here! Have Yoo Beard Powers & Kelly AUCTIONEERS? ' Graduates of Missouri Auction School. We solict a share of yBfTr patronage. Powers & Kelley. Oeallan. Kan.,x Read the World Want "Ads.