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3 -x- I Deal in CREAM -EGGS -POULTRY tOAL - and and and and Solicit Your Patronage 3f W. F. SWIGGETT 'Phone 123. ' Beware of Hail Storms and Tornadoes A bumper wheat crop is assured you if it doesn't get hailed out. Don't take such big chances but play it safe and insure against hail. Don't Insure in just any old company but investi- gate the company's reliability. I court careful invest tigatlon of any of my companies at any tune. I will be around in the south part of the county some time soon so do not insure till you see me but if you are in a hurry write or phone me and I will come out and see you. Get your insurance of me and get the best. It will pay you to see me. ' Walter A. Docrschlag General Real Estate & Insurance RANSOMtKANSAS" ' 10 v r Generation after gener ation of men and women who plant trees have sent to Louisiana, Mo. for their nursery stock. The name of Stark and the name of their town Louis- iana, Mo. are inseparably linked with the history of Ameri-, an tree growing. . -Stark Trees Are Bearing in everv tree-rowlnS toil in every land; people have learned to say "Stark Trees" when they refer to nursery stock. Those who want trees that are sure to grow and bear and please, buy Stark Trees and avoid all worry. Stark Year Book Free. Finest color plates ever issued showing fruit in actual size and color. Wonderful Stark Delicious and Stark Early Elberta records best ever made by any apple or peach. Complete encyclopedia of all fruit trees that should be grown in America; also shrubs, vines and ornamentals. Stark Bros. Nurseries & Orchards Co., Louisiana, Mo. Box 4O0 WHY NOT MAKE $200. A MONTH - - That's $5Q. a Week, almost 510. a Day nn I Selling Victor Safes and fire-proof boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and -well-to-do fanners, all of whom reaUzetheneed of asafe, but do not know how easy it is to own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of the best, clean-eut money-making opportuni ties ever received. Without previous experi ence YOU can duplicate the success of others. Ournandsomely illustrated auu-paee catalog wiU enable you .to present the subject toens- Himera iu as uiwnauai m manner as though, yon were piloting; them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safes, givins convincing talking points which it is Impossible for a prospective customer to denv WM yi.tn't VlHTka (h. first ttt until, fmm vail, winlninr hTfnfu r "rTT . U"J . OT wTeai iiroi only one salesman out of each IUtyT " "iry The 25th anniversary of on r company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe factory in the world. Wide awake saea who received our special selling inducement, rendered it necessary to double our output We are spenoing many thousands of dollars en larging our sales organization, but to learn all particulars, it will cost you only the price of postal card. Isk for Catalogue 1ST. THE VICTOR SAFE & 10CK .C3. Csstsltt 10,000 Sska AassslW ' CI131IIATI. CHIQ . .. -- - - ' " - - -u Keep Bowel Movement Regular. Dr. King's New Life Pills keep stomach, liter and kidneys in healthy condition. Rid the body of poisons and waste. Improve your complex ion by flushing the liver and kidneys. 'I got more relief from one box of Dr. King's New Life Pills ' than any medicine T ever tried," says C. E. Hatfield, of Chicago,- 111., 25c., at your druggist Adv. . .- . , Notice. Any one found tresspassing, fishing or hunting on the ranch known as the Heck man ranch, will be prosecu ted by law. F. F. Hkckman.- For earache, toothache, pains, burns, scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emergencies Adv.. Union Pacific Time Table. MOUNTAIN TIME ' WEST BOUND 157 Local freight. . . . . . . . . 8:45 a m 155 Through freight 9:37 p m 103 Passenger 8:32 p m 101 Passenger 6:12 a m 109 Passenger 2:22am EAST BdUNO ' 104 Passenger 4:48 a m 110 Passenger 7:55 p m 102 Passenger 10:18 p m 156 Local freight 2:55 p m 154 Through freight 448 a m Mountain time is one hour slower than central time. J. E. Fritts, Agent. Pure homemade lard at "Bakers, adv Smoked meats at Bakers'. adv Correct Abstracts W. H. Swiggett ad Money to loan. See E. D. Wheeler ad Mrs. G. M. TJfford was on the sick list this week? Fresh fish every Thursday at Ba ker's Adv-6-.f. John Kirkner made a business trip to Wilson last Friday. R. T. Bean will be here twomore weeks only. Adv 9 2t Attend the home talent show at Collyer next Friday evening. - Good recleaned yellow Millet -seed for sale. Wm. Lessor Adv. For Sale--Model T Ford, in good running order. Ralph Piersoh. 2 For loans on your farm, call on the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 27t adv. For Sale Good, clean, cane seed. Jas. Walsh, Collyer, Kans Adv-9. May 9th will be my last day to make photos. R. T. Bean. Adv 9 2t Postmaster Olson was down from Collyer last Friday taking in a live town. White Elephant makes better bread. Get it at The Star Grocery Adv. 45. Mrs. M. E. Chalk is visiting her daughter, Lillian, at Lucas, Kans., this week. . For Sale 100 bushels seed corn 1912 crop at $1.00 per bushel. S. E. Camp bell adv 7 ' ' Trustee Ed Giischewsky was down from Collyer, Wednesday usinsr our sidewalks. I make switches from hair comb ings for a very reasonable price. Ida Loyd Adv. s Mrs. E. L. Wallace left Sunday for Russell, where she visited home folks this week. The flour that satisfies them all, White Elephant Get ifat The Star Grocery Adv 45. For Sale Sweet potato, cabbage, tomato and pepper plants. H. B. Hudson, route 4 Adv-9. Mrs. Countryman visited her daughter, Mrs. E. Lindberg. at Ogal lah, the first of the week. For Sale Homegrown seed corn $1.50 per bushel. Four miles north west of Collyer. A. R. " Long Adv. Elmer Kvasnicka of Banner was in town Tuesday enoute - home from Belleville, . .Kans., where he spent Sunday. Money! Money!! Money!!! on your farms. When you want a , loan on your farm call at the Wa-Keeney State Bank. x 27 adv Fred Zahn, the jolly socialist of Riverside, was a county seat visitor last Saturday. We acknowledge a pleasant visit. W. E. Baldwin, who was here a bout ten days on a big land deal, re turned to his home at Uldon, Iowa, Monday evening. John Marcy was up . from the Smoky last Wednesday. John says it looks mighty good down in bis neigh borhood since the rain. ,! Mrs. Grace JSowen and children of Franklin, Neb., arrived last week and are visiting Mrs. Bowen's father, W. J. Skelton, on the Saline. - Mrs. G. A. Novis, or Minneapolis, Kans., visited with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Novis the first sf the week. Mrs. Novis was enroute to Utah. Forx Sale Alfalfa hay at $10.00 per torr by weight r measurement; Ash posts 12 l-2c for 30 days. W. J- Skelton, Wa-Keeney, Kan Adv 49 tf. For Sale Bloody Butcher seed corn, 1912 crop, graded and tested, $1.50 per bushel. Leave orders at D. B. Kruas' corner hardware. G. L. Barger, Wa-Keeney, Kan Adv 9 The rains of Sunday and Monday have put the wheat in the best of condition and it will be shortly dam aged by hail; for vour nmt-tiAn come and see us. R. C Wilson & son. Adr. o. Miss Emily Dite spent Sunday with home folks. " . Mary Zeman spent " the week-end with Riverside friends. Last chance for six months to get your photo taken Adv 9 2t . - The W. C. T. TJ. will, meet with Mrs. Herman Long Wednesday, May 6th. Mrs. FT. fiav McMthon of 151118 Is the guest of Mrs. Ray DffQrd this week. , For Sale Good, . clean sorghum seed. James Walsh, Collyer, Kans. Adv-9-tf. For Sale 4 boxes of Biiss' Native herbs at 75 cents per box. Call at this office Adv-9-tf. . .For Sale Siberian millet seed at 75 cents per bushel. A. H. Lawson, Ogallah, Kans Adv-9-2t. There will be a dance in Razak hall In Collyer Saturday evening, May 9, 1914. Everybody come Adv-9-2t. O. A. Griswold was up from Ogal 'lah, Thursday, and left an order for sale bills. Read his sale notice in this issue.. . Henry Myers, proprietor of the Central house has a sale notice in this issue which will interest all our farmer readers. Read it. The fine rains we have had the past week have put everything in good shape and - everybody is smiling a "rainy" smile. . ' Mrs. Charlie Steele, who under went quite a serious operation at Stormont hospital in Topeka is home and' recovering nicely. Neil Ufiord arrived home from Arch Creek, Florida, the first of the week. Neil says he spent a delight ful winter insunny Florida. Mr. and Mrs. C. "M. Webb of Den ver visited with Mrs. Webb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Webb of south of town last week and this week. Mrs. Ira Upshaw, who has been visiting Wm. Sommeryille for the past week departed Wednesday even ing for her home at St. Louis, Mo. Last Tuesday morning Mrs. C. M Reed and her mother, Mrs. Young, left for Tltusville, Pa., their former home, to make quite an extended vis it. . Mrs. Henry Meyer who has been on the sick list for nearly two months with inflammatory rheumatism, is re ported better. 1 ner sister, Mrs. Min nie " Kelly, of northeast - Trego is nursing her. Wheat was never so far advanced as it is this time of year and looking so finely; protect it from loss byhail; we have the best of insurance compa nies who pay their losses in full. R. C. Wilson & Son Adv . 9 On Friday evening. April tu, the Queen Esther circle of the M. E. church served ice cream and cake to the public and furnished a very pleasing program at the church. The proceeds amounted to $16.50. Last Saturday evening, April 25th, the Garden Theater held its first en tertainment of the season. "A three reel production of "The Lady of the Lake" and a program by the High School made a most pleasing evening of amusement. Lost Last Friday a small' package containing a piece of shadow lace wrapped in bright pink, paper be tween the Chas. Sellers and L. S Myerly residence. Will finder kindly return to World office and .same will be placed in hands of ov? ner. Rand, the horse buyer, failed to fulfill his dates at Collyer and Wa- Keeney last Saturday. O. L. Cdok received -a letter from him stating that there were 1200 head of horses on the Kansas City market last Fri day morning and more coming. He will be here later in the season. On Friday evening, April 24th, the "Reds" served the "Blues" a splen did banquet at the new building re cently' completed and used for the picture show. The contest has been going on for some time at the Presby terian Sunday School and as the Blues won the attendance the Reds were called upon to serve the banquet. A splendid time was had and plates were laid for a very large number. AH report a royal time. Last.Tuesday . evening the ladies of the M. E. church assembled n the church parlor for the . purpose of or ganizing a Woman's Foreign Mission ary Society. The women were inter ested and enthusiastic and the society starts out with a goodly number of members. The following officers were elected for the ensuing yeari Mrs. H. S. Givler, president; Mrs. Ernest Courtney, secretary; Mrs. D. A. Holmes, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. John Blakely, treasurer. CASTOR I A .; for Infanta and l?iiidTwii- Tfcj Ihi Yea K2T8 Ahsjj E-sM Signature of L&jXZT-U&JZrte Children Cry for Fletcher's 5 The Kind Ton Have Always Bonght, and which has been in use lor over su years, xtas boms the sigrnatnre oC aim bas been made tinder his pet . sonal supervision since its infancy. . Allow no one to deceive Ton in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good " are but 12xperiments that trifle -with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment s.' What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Irops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains . neither. Opium, Alorphine nor other Narcotics substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething' Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and liowelj, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ) Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3 O Years M CKMTAUt COM VAN V . N K W CITV. LUMBER COAL GRAIN Estimates Cheerfully Furnished . . GOOD WEIGHTS AND GOOD PRICES GIVEN FOR YOUR GRAIN The Hardman Lumber Co. H. J. Hille. Pres. W. G. Baker. Vice-Pres. A. H. Blair, Castifer . C. K. Hille . Ass't. Cashier Capital $25,000.00 TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK General Banking WA-KEENEY, KANSAS Directors H. J. Hille W.J. Skelton F. S. Die bold W. G. Baker A.H.Blair (First published May 2, 1914) ; SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court of the 23rd Ju dicial District sitting in and for the county of Trego, in the state of Kanaas. J. W. Phares, administrator of the ,. estate of Josiah East, deceased, P.aintiff, ' . vs. . Charley Ahl and Mary Ahl, his wife, Defendants. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me out Of said - district Court in the above entitled action, I will, on Monday, the 13th day of June A. D. 1914, at 1 o'clock p. m., of said day at the west front door of .the court house, in the city of Wa-Keeney, in the county of Treg-o, in the state of Kan sas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and besf bidder, for cash in hand, all the following described real estate, to-wit: All of the northeast quarter of sec tion six (6), township thirteen (13) south, range twenty-three (23), west of the 6th P. M.; lying and situate in the . county of Trego, and state of Kansas. - The above described real estate is taken as the property or said defend ants, and is directed by .said order of sale to be sold without appraisement to satisfy said order of sate. Ernst Musskm4n, . . Sheriff, Trego county, Kansas. ; -I. T. Pubckll, ; Attorney for Plaintiff. Public Sale! I will sell at public sale at my shop In Ogallah, Kansas, on Thursday, May 7, 1914 commencing at 1 o'clock p. m., the following described -property .to-wit: ' Complete Blacksmith Outfit Consisting of frame building 16x44 feet, 1 set of blacksmith tools, 1. four horse Witte gasoline engine, 1 Cole White tire setter, 1 plow roller, & lot otnew material for repair work, wood and iron,. nuts, bolts, etc. , Tkms-Sums of $10 and - under; cash; over 10 a cr,pdit till October 1, 1914, purchaser to give bankable note t. ft nr cent Interest from date of sale; 5 per cent discount for cash. ; 0. A. GRISW0ULD. v Julius Hillman, R. W. Blakeley, : Auctioneer. Clerk. sesh pontrat Baker's, adv Publication Notice In the District Court of the 23rd Judicial District sitting in and for the county of Trego, in the state of Kansas. Hiland SouthT-orth. Plaintiff. vs. Anna Johnson, widow of Gustave Johnson, deceased. Leonard Johnson and' Wilmeth Johnson, minor heirs of Gustave Johnson." deceased, the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees and as signs of said Gustave Jo huso n. deceased, et al. Defendants. , Case No. 1337. The State of Kansas to each and all of the above named defendants. GBEETlNGr You. and each of you. the above named de fendants, will take notice that the said Hi land Southworth. plaintiff, did. on the 2ind day of April. 1914. tile his petition in said dis trict court, within and for the county of Tre go, in the state of Kansas, against you and each of you. the above named defendants, and that you and each of you. the above named defendants must answer said peti tion tiled as aforesaid, on or before the 8ch day of June. 1914, or said petition will be tak en as true and a judgment rendered in said above named defendants, for the sum of $1400.00 with interest thereon at the rate of 5 13 per cent per annum from the 1st day of November. 1913 to April S3. 1914, and with interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from the 32nd day of April, 1914; and for the further sum of 38.50. with inter est thereon at toe rate of 10 per cent per an num from the 1st day of November. 1913. and for the further )nm of 63-00. with inter est thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per an num from the 1st day of May, 1911. and Vr costs of suit: and a further judgment against you. and each of you. the above named defendants, for the foreclosure of certain mortgages upon the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: The southeast quarter of section No. Ninel (9) in Township No. Fourteen 14) south.' nnge No. Twenty-live S5). we.t of the 6th P. M. ; lying and situated in the county of Trego. In the state of Kansas: and adjudg ing that the said plaintiff has the first lien on said premises, to the xmount for which judgment will be taken as aforesaid, and ordering said premises to be sold without appraisement, subject to six months re demption only for defendant owners and three additional months for jnnior credi itors. and the proceeds applied to the pay ment of the amount due plaintiff, taxes, and costsofsuit-andforever barringand foreclo sing said defendants, and each of them. of and from all right' title, estate interest, prop erty and equity of redemption, in or to said premises, or any part thereof. v E. ?. FLOOD. . - Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: : W. J. Williams. ISeall ' Clerk. District Court. Indifeetion? Can't ' Eat? No Appetite? A treatment of Electric Bitters in creases your appetite; stops indiges tion; you can eat everything. A real spring tonic Jor liver. ; kidney-and stomach troubles. Cleanses your whole- system and you feel fine. Electric Bitters did. more for Mr. TD. Peeble's stomach troubles than any medicine lie ever tried. Get a bottle today.. 50c. and $1.00 at your druggist. . . - Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Eczema Adv. - . Abstracts or title made promptly at reasonable rates. W. II. Swiggett. adv.