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isfactorily my poods are first class, but
want you to do the praising. A satisfied
customer is the best advertisement
known. Call in and inspect tne goods
the prices are right and give me a trial
order.
C T. BINDER.
Phone 670 OGALLAH, KANSAS
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HAVE YOU HEARD
Powers & Kelly
Auctioneers ?
We solicit a share of your patronage.
Powers & Kelly, Ogallah, Kansas
IVT. W. MASON
Auctioneer
General Farm Sales and Live
Stock a Specialty.
'Phone at residence.
T. W. BUNDY
WELL. BORING
Wells Bored and Cased on Short
Nnti fo
All Work Guaranteed. Your
Patronage Solicited.
Dr. O. F". Bohman
DENTIST
OFPICK HOURS
1:30 TO 5:00 P. M.
Office oyer E. A. Courtney's store
STANLEY J. STRAW
LICENSED EM BALM ER
AND
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
All calls answered day or night.
Office 'phone 110 residence 79.
With Larabee Furniture Co.
W. S. GORRELL
Well Driller
Wilr make wells any depth up to
500 feet. .
Fourteen years in the business.
Wa-Keeney, Kansas
E. D. Wheeler
REAL ESTATE
LOANS AND
INSURANCE
Farms, Ranches, and Town
Property. Attends to busi
ness for non-residents. Cor
respondence solicited.
Wa-Keeney, Kansas
S. 1M. HUTZEL
Buys and Sells
Real Estate
Leases Lands Collects Rents
Pays Taxes for Non-Residents
Special attention given to Collections
Correspondence solicited
- Wa-KEENEY, KANSAS
Harness ST.
City Treasurer's Report
Statement of the receipts and ex
penditures of the general fond of the
city of "Wa-Keeney for the quarter
ending June 15, 1911. f
RECEIPTS
March 20 balance on hand. . .$ 1533 43
Windmill tower . 15 00
Pool hall license 90 00
Dog licenses. 2125
Other license fees 21 00
Burying dog.. 25
Payment for sidewalk; 90 00
From county treasurer 190 86
Fines 56 00
Interest on city funds 8 64
From cemery fund 65 00
2091 43
DISBURSEMENTS
Street crossings S 45 20
W. W. Gibson, paint 2 5o'
J. J. Keraus, supplies 11 90
Hardman Lumber Co., sup
plies S lo
Crane & Co. supplies 9 0
Dog tags. 2 00
I. T. Purcell, salary 30 00
W. W. Gibson, salary 30 00
L. C. Gleason, salary 30 00
C. L. Hardman, salary 30 00
J. J. Keraus, salary 30 00
W. J. Williams, salary 30 00
R. C. Wilson, salary 25 00
A. S. Peacock, salary 300 00
A.' S. Peacock, supplies 27 50
Clerks and judges of election 25 30
Herman Long, clerk 25 00
J. C. Milholland, salary 134 39
Labor 5 45
Printing 119 41
Herman Long, attorney fee. 10 00
Herman Long, stamps and
supplies - 3 35
June 15th balance 1134 21
2091 43
State of the receipts and .disburse
ments of the citv of Wa-Keenev for
the quarter ending June 15, 1911.
RECEIPTS
15 installations at 12 $ 180 00
U. P. Railroad Co. water 3
months 219 08
Water to other consumers. .. 289 69
Water from tank wagon 6 00
Materials sold 54 41
Extensions of main 34 24
Overdrawn June i5th 3521 68
4305 10
DISBURSEMENTS
March 15th overdrawn 2949 00
O. E. Kirby, salary 3 months 195 00
R. G. Haffa, labor at $50 84 00
Other labor 33 27
Payment on pump 575 00
Water meters 97 22
Pipe and fittings 332 54
48 cement lids a 30 c 14 40
Freight on supplies lo 67
2 telephones 3 months.. 9 00
4305 10
Statement of the receipts and dis
bursements of the city of Wa-Keeney
for the quarter ending June 15, 1911.
RECEIPTS
Electric lights $ 386 85
Six installations 60 00
Materials and labor ".. 88 70
June 15th overdrawn 3171 92
3707 47
DISBURSEMENTS
March 20th overdrawn $ 2907 30
Gasoline and oil 285 48
Freight on oil 56 30
A. W. Kirby, salary 300 00
Freight on electric supplies. 10 30
Glass insulators.....' 8 41
B-R Electric Co., supplies. . . 109 52
Westinirhouse L. Co. lamps.. 30 16
3707 47
Statement of the indebtedness of
the city of Wa-Keeney account of
the water and light plants.
Light fund overdrawn as per
statement 3171 92
Water fund overdrawn as
per statement 3521 68
Unpaid claims against the city as
follows:
B-R Electric Co., for electri
cal supplies 174 98
Standard Oil Co., gasoline. . . 10 50
W. B. Young Supply Co.
-pipe and fittings 209 86
Fairbanks Morse & Co. elec
trical supplies 14 60
Balance on electric motor. . 400 00
Kansas Co-operative Refin
ing Co. oil 19 08
Total indebtedness. , 7522 62
INTEREST FUND
March 20th balance on hand.S 1000 00
Received from county treas
urer 150 36
Interest on city warrant 98
Balance on hand June 15th.. 1149 38
CEMETERY FUND
March 20th balance on hand .$ 52 03
Sale of lots 5 00
June 15th balance. . . '. 57 03
Statement of the indebtedness of
the city of Wa-Keeney on account of
the water and light plants on May 1,
1911.
Water fund overdrawn May
1, 1911 $ 2481 10
Light fund overdrawn May 1 2820 31
Unpaid claims against city as fol
lows:
B. R. Electric Co. , . . 109 52
National Oil Co 34 13
Sunflower State Oil Co .. 13 25
Standard Oil Co 178 57
W. B. Young Supply Co 150 45
Westinghouse Lamp Co 30 16
Western Electric Co. 8 41
Pittsburg Meter Co. ... . 1 10
Fairbanks Morse Co 1158 95
96 12
Total indebtedness May 1,
account lights and water. . 7082 13
The foregoing indebtedness must
be paid either by an issue of bonds or
by a heavy taxation; if a majority of
the qualified electors of the city vote
in favor of a bond issue at the elec
tion on the 10th of July the bonds
will be issued add the payment of the
debt th us distributed over a number
of years. If the people do not favor
the bond issue, the council will have
no other alternative but to make as
large a tax levy as the law will per
mit. Herman Long,
City Clerk.
Kansas City Market Report
Kansas City Stock Yards, June 20,
1911.
The panicky feeling around the
yards last week, which anticipated
big runs of live stock this week from
various dry sections of our territory
has been proven to have been ground
less. The cattle supply yesterday
was less than twelve thousand head,
including the 1500 calves that came
in, and the run yesterday, which
makes a total for two days, eight
thousand head less than for the same
davs last week. While the moderate
run this . week does not prove that
the country is not suffering from
dry weather in many places, it does
show that cattle holders are able to
protect themselves, by moving their
cattle to other pastures, or to where
water is available, and that there
will be no wild scramble to market
until that action is a last resort.
Prices are stronger on all kinds this
week, fed. grades up 10 to 15 cents,
and even the lower grades firm, as
the supply this week is below expec
tations of the buying side of the mar
ket. Exporters are taking some cat
tle now, while a year ago at this
time no business of this kind was be
ing done. In May nearly twenty
thousand heavy beef steers were ex
ported, against less than one thous
and had in May last year. Best fed
steers are worth up to $6.40,' though
$6.25 is the top price paid here this
week for steers. Prime heifers
brought $6 30 here yesterday. Bulk
of the native steers sell at $5.25 to
$6.20, quarantine steers $4 to $5.25,
native cows $2.25 to $4.75, heifers
$4.25 to $6.30, bulls $3.00 to $4.75,
calves $4 to $7.50, stock steers $3.25 to
$4.80, feeders $4. 25 to $5.15.
Hog supply today 16,000 head, only
a few more than hall as many as
came in last Tuesday, market 5 high
er, top $6.25, bulk $6.15 to $6.20.
Trade conditions favor a continua
tion of strong prices for hogs, as the
demand is heavy from all sources,
and for every kind of pork product.
Exports of lard in May aggregated
fifty one million pounds against
twenty five million pounds in May
last year. Exports of bacon, ham
and fresh pork more than doubled in
the same month, over May last year.
Domestic demand shows a similar ex
pansion, which indicates that under
the present volume of receipts the
market is likely to remain firm.
Sheep are stronger this week,
lambs fluctuating, but springs still
selling up to $7. Wethers brought
$4.05 today, yearlings $4.60 yesterday,
ewes selling at $3.25 to $3.50, goats
around $2.75. Texas and Arizona are
contributing a fair share of the re
ceipts this week, but the big move
ment from those states is over for
1911. Run today is 9500 head.
J. A. Rickart,
Market Correspondent.
Ben Lenhart, foreman of the World
office, took a three days' lay off the
first of the week. He went to Quin
ter Tuesday and visited the Advo
cate office and other points of inter
est around Quinter. In the after
noon he visited Col Iyer and took in
the Qainter-Collyer ball game. Quin
ter won, the score being 29 to 8.
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The back aches at times with a
dull, indescribable feeling, making
you weary and restless; piercing pains
shoot across the region of the kid
neys, and again the loins are so lame,
to stoop is agony. No use to rub or
apply a plaster- to the back in this
condition. You cannot reach the
cause. Exchange the bad back for a
new and stronger one. Follow the
example of this Wa-Keeney citizen.
J. H. Murray, of Wa-Keeney, Kans
as, says: "I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and found them very beneficial.
My back was very lame and ached
constantly and my kidneys did not
do their work as they should. When
I stooped or lifted, sharp pains dart
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Kidney Pills a 6hort time, the lame
ness and soreness disappeared and
my condition improved in every way.
I do not hesitate one moment in giv
ing Doan's Kidney Pills my endorse
ment." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
To the School Board
You are hereby notified not to con
tract with any teachers outside of
Trego county unless their certificate
is endorsed by me. I will not en
dorse any certificates outside of this
county until our home teachers are
supplied with schools. I mean by
home teachers those who attend Nor
mal and write the examination in
Trego county. When you have hired
your teachers, please notify me.
Very truly,
Eva P. Jones,
County Superintendent
For Sale '
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China.) A. W. Purinton, Banner,
Kans.
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A. B. JONES
Physician and Surgeon
Wa-Keeney, Kansas
O. A. Coi-triglrt
Bonded Abstracter and Notary Public
Two terms Register of Deeds
Rents Collected
Legal Papers Executed
Correspondence Solicited
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Incognito. No. 81534
Imported Percheron Stallion
CERTIFICATE NO. 8568
This is to certify that the pedigree of the
pure bred stallion known as Incognito 69131
1815S4J. owned by Geo. L- and L. H. tialloway.
Wa-Keenev. has been examined and found
to be correctly and duly recorded in the Stud
Books ot the percheron society 01 Amer
ica. His breeding is as follows: Sire. Coco,
No. 46855; dam. Pimpante. No. 1253601; Foal
ed March 4. 1. Color grey; star, strip.
saia stallion has been examined and tound
to be sound.
Issued at the Kansas State Agricultural
College Manhattan. Kansas. March 18, 1911.
rJd i. weDster.
Dean of Agriculture.
Incognito, who has been examined by the
State Veterinary Board and successfully
passee all requirements of that department,
as a Registered Imported Percheron Stallion,
is a blue black coming 4 years old and weighs.
300 1 bs.
WTO make the season of 1911 at the Galloway
ranch on the SaHne, every day of the week
except Saturday; on that day at the barn of
G. T. Galloway in Wa-Keeney.
Terms $15.00 to insure colt to stand and
suck: mares disposed of or removed from the
neighborhood will be considered with foal
and owner must pay service fee. Mare and
colt will stand good" for service of the horse.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but
will not be responsible should any occur.
G. T. and L. H. Galloway,
' OWNERS
First published June 10. 1911.
Ordinance No. 144
An ordinance directing the calling of a
special election for the submission to the
qualified electors of the city of Wa-Keeney,
Kansas, ot the question ot issuing Donas oi
the citv of Wa-Keeney. Kansas for the pur
pose of paying indebtedness contracted in
the construction ana operation oi me elec
tric light plant and waterworks in said jrtty.
Be it ordained by the mayor and council
men of the city of Wa-Keeney, Kansas:
Section 1 That an election snail be held at
the offlce of the sheriff in the city of Wa-K-eeney.
Kansas, on Monday, the 10th day of
July, 1911, for the purpose of submitting to
the qualiSed electors of said city the ques
tion f issuing the bonds of the said city in
the amount of seven thousand dollars ($7000)
for the purpose of paying indebtedness ot
the said city contracted in the construction
and operation of the electric ii-ht plant and
waterworks in saia city.
Section 2 -mat tne mayor oi tne saia city
be and be is hereby directed and authorized
to give public notice by proclamation of the
said election as provided by law.
section 3 This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after its publica
tion in tbe Western Kansas World or in the
Trego County Reporter.
. Approved: Li. . Myeny,
Mayor.
Attest: Herman Long.
(Seal) City Clerk.
First published May 27, 1811
Executor's Notice
State of Kansas, Trego County.
In the Probate Court held in and for said
county and state.
Notice is nereoy given, tnai letters testa
mentary upon the estate of Richard Marion
Roberts, late oi 'iTego county, Kansas, ae-
seased. have been granted to the undersign
ed. Richard L. Roberts, by the Probate court
of said county of Trego, bearing date the
llth day ol May. mil. ah persons caving
claims against said estate are required to ex
hibit them to me for allowance, within one
year after the date of said letters, or they
may be precluded from any benefit of such
estate; and if such claims be not exhibited
within three years from the time of the pub
lication of this notice, they will be forever
barred.
Dated this 25th day of May A. D. 1911.
Rtchard L. Roberts, Executor.
Estate of Richard Marion Roberts, deceased.
Herman Long, Attorney.
(First publication May 27. 1911)
Notice of Publication Serial No. 01043
Department of the Interior,
TJ. S. Land (Mice at Topeka. Kansas.
May 23, 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Frederick S.
Lemarr. of Ransom. Kansas, who. on August
4, 1904, made Homestead Entry 27218. Serial
No. 01043, for southeast quarter, section 28,
township 14 south, range 23 west. 6th princi
pal meridian, has tiled notice of intention to
make final five-year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the Hon.
Probate Judgre of Trego county, Kansas, at
Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on the 8th dav of July,
1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph
Jackson, of Ransom, Kansas; Francis M.
Hoobler, of Ransom, Kansas; Herman Rey
burg. of Ransom, Kansas; Jacob M. Hoobler.
of Ransom, Kansas.
Geo. W. Fisher. Register.
(First Publication June 10, 1911.)
Notice oi Publication Serial No. 01080
Department of tbe Interior,
TJ. S. Land Office at Topeka. Kansas.
June 3. 1911.
Notice is hereby given that Charles R. Rog
ers, of Arnold, Kansas, who. on October 8,
1904. made Homestead Entry 27349. Serial No.
01080, for south V4 southeast H and northeast
M southeast and southeast M southwest H.
section 32. townshin 14 south, range 24 west 6th
principal meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to matte tlnal nve-year prsoi, to esiao
lish claim to the land above described, be
fore the Hon. Probate Judge of Trego coup.
ty, Kansas, at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on the
15th day ot July. mil.
Claimant names as witnesses: Oscar W. Ol
son, of Wa-Keenev. Kansas: John G. Marcy.
of Wa-Keeney, Kansas; Ernest Jesse, of Val
ley, Kansas; Aiirea t. Wilkinson, oi Arnoia,
Geo. W. Fisher, Register.
First published June 10, 1911.
Proclamation
TnhHc notice is hereby firiven that an elec
tion will be held at the offlce of the sheriff of
Trego county, m the city- ot wi-Keeney
Kansas, on Monday, the 10th day of July, 1911
for the purpose of submitting to the voters
ot said city tne question oi issuing tne oouus
of raid citv in the amount of seven thousand
fSKOn) dollars for the purpose of paying the
indebtedness nf the said citv contracted in
the construction and operation of the elec
tric light plant and waterworks in saia city.
Dated at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, this 6th day
of June 1911.
Herman Long,
City Clerk.
L. S. Myerly.
Mayor.
( First pnblisbed June 17. 1911. )
Executor's Notice
state of Kansas. Treco County.
In the Probate Court held in and for said
county and state.
Notice is hereby given, that letters testa
mentary upon the estate of Alvin Lester
Saunders, late oi -irego county, jansas. ue
ceased, have been mranted to the undersign
ed, Mary E. Saunders by the Probate court
of said county of Trego, bearing date the
10th day of June. 1911. All persons ha vine
claims against said estate are required to ex
hibit them to me for allowance, within one
year after the date of said letters, or they
may be precluded from any benefit of such
estate: and if such claims be not exhibited
within three years from the time of the pub
lication of this notice, they will be forever
barred.
Dated thjs 10th day of June A. D. 1911.
Mary E. Saunders,
- Executrix.
Dr. R. E. Spencer
DENTIST
Office one-door south of
"Wollner's store side entrance.
Phones Residence 65; office 151.
WaKEENEY, KANSAS -
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year Circulation 1400.
Dc Lesseps. 43695
Black Percheron
Star in face
Hind feet white
Six years old
Weight 1800
CERTIFICATE NO. 2660 -This
is to certify that the pedigree of the
pure bred stallion known as DeLesseps. 43695.
owned by Charles F. Foikers. Wa-Keeney.
has been examined and found to be correctly
and duly recorded in the Stud Books of the
Percheron Society of America, His breeding
is as foliows: Sire. Keota Lyndon. No. 216.
dam. Alice. No. 25526. Foaled April 4, 1904.
Color, black; star: hind feet white. said
stallion has been examined and found to be
sound. . . M .
Issued at Manhattan, Kansas. March 29th,
1910 Ed. H. Webster.
Dean of Agriculture.
PEDIGREE Foaled April 4. 1904: bred by J.
A. Colgan & Sons. Wyoming. Illinois; owned
by P. V. Colgan, Wyoming, Illinois.
SIRE Keota Lyndon 21677 by Due Doubau
vilie II, 11695. 126V5. by King of Perche. 4975.
6738. bv Chert 6441. by Favora 666, 725. by
Favora I. 711. by Vieux Chaslin 713, by Coco
712, by Mignon 715, by Jean Le Blanc 739..
DAM Alice, 25528, by Corpon 14733, by Pasha
613, (Henri 61:.) by Corbon (14255).belonging
to the French government.
2nd Dam Abbie 1993. by Baccarat 11326
(I-639.) bv Monarque 5149 (242c.) by Brilliant
1271 (755.) bv Brilliant lt-99 ( 756.) by Coco II
(714.) bv Vieux Chaslin (713.) by Coco (712,) by
Mignon (715,) by Jean Le Blanc (739). ,
3rd Dam Abbesse 13799. by Ben Boalt 4746. by
Mousse 4232 (458.) by Brilliant 1271 (755.) by
Brilliant 1899 (756.) bvCoco II (714.) by Vieux
Chaslin (713.) by Coco (712.) by Mignon 715.)
by Jean Le Blanc (739.)
4th Dam Bichette 7268 (4814.) by Rustiaue.
belonging to Mme. Marchand.
Will make the season of 1911 at my farm. 9
miles south and 1 mile west of Wa-Keeney.
TERMS $12.00 to insure colt to stand and
suck; mares disposed of or removed from the
neighborhood will be considered with foal
and owner must pay service fee. Mare and
colt will stand good for service of the horse.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but
will not be responsible should any occur.
Ch&s. F. Foikers, Owner
DE LESSEPS, who was examined by the
State Veterinary Department of Kansas, was
found . sound and correct according to
register.
Colin and Hidelgo
Imported Percheron
Stallions
CERTIFICATE NO. 586
This is to certify that the pedigree of the
P"ure bred stallion known as conn, 1626,
(48371), owned ny wa-iveeney Morse tsreeaers
Ass'n., J. T. W. Chaild, Sec'y.. Wa-Keeney,
has been examined and found to be correct
ly and duly recorded in the Stud Books of
the American Percheron Horse Breeder's
Association. His breeding is as follows: Sire,
Bristol, (467K). No. 27344: dam. Sans Tache,
No. 35587. Foaled April 14, I9oo. Color, black.
Said stallion has been examined and found
sound.
Issued at Manhattan, Kansas. March 15tn,
1910. - Ed. H. Webster,
Dean of Agriculture.
CERTIFICATE NO. 4142
This is to certify that the pedigree of the
pure bred stallion known as Hidalgo, 52657.
1735711. owned bv Ernest Mussemann. Wa-
Keeney, has been examined and faund to be
correctly and duly recorded in the Stud
Boolts of the American Breeders' and Im
porters' Percheron Registry Co.
Issued at Mannattan, Kansas, April zna,
1910. Ed. H. Webster.
Dean of Agriculture.
The Imported Percheron Stal
lions will malte the. season of
1911 at Staats' barn in Wa-Keeney,
Kansas.
Terms. $12.00 to insure colt
to stand and suck. Best of care
will be taken to prevent acci
dents but will not be responsi
ble should any occur.
Ernest Mussemann
Adam Spitsnaugle, Keeper
Woodbury
Hambletonian Stallion
CERTIFICATE NO.-
This is to certify that the Grade Hamble
tonian stallion known as Woodbury has beea
examined and found to be sound.
Ed. H. Webster.
Dean of Agriculture.
WootJbury will make the season of 1911 at
Staats' barn, in Wa-Keeney
Terms $6.00 for mares known to be with
foal; H&.QO to insure colt to stand and suck.
Mares disposed of or removed from the
neighborhood will be considered with foal
and owner must pay service fee; mare and
tolt win stand good for service of the horse.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but
will not be responsible should any occur.
E. Mussemann
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Do you want a loan? Do yon
want to sell your land? Do you
want to buy land at a bargain?
Call on ;
JOHN A. NELSON
WA-KEENEY - - - KANSAS

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