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11 Wednesday, and Friday DTFMIRFPJ 4 1914 U Lk-IVUlllLUW Jl IfliiDi Ttarsday 29 3 siimd I; ( Y it 1' Fast and Snappy Ball Games Every Day. Two Band Concerts Daily. Opening With an Old Settler's Picnic Wednesday. Parade will Start at 10:00 A. M. - Thursday Agriculture and Horticulture Display. Friday Horse and Colt Show, Conducted by K. S. A. C. THOMAS O'TOOLE, President 1 CORRESPONDENCE Ransom Mable Wray is on the 'week. sick list this Herman Shell entaerger of Boulder, Colo., is here visiting relatives. Ben Evel and A. B. Cooper of Uti ca were Ransom -visitors, Saturday. Mrs. .T. M. Kendall arrived from "Sommerfield, Kan., last Friday for a visit here. 1r. 'Bennett of P.azine tlroe up in his caT Sunday bringing Hev. O. llen-ninff-with him. Mrs. .T. A: Graham visited at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Giddingrs of Ar nold last Thursday. Our weather man has gone back on tjs and we are becoming resigned to a spell of dry weather. Miss Ttertha "Funk is havinsr aslep Ing' porch built on heT residence in the north part of town. The school building- is beingr remod eled inside makinsr room for the depo sition of the hiph school. Miss Jennie Will went out to Leoti, Kan., Sunday evening where she will visit friends for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson and chil dren left Thursday morning in their auto for -carious points in Colorado. Miss 3enn'ie 'Win sent several days the first of last week at tle j home of Frank TIazen.riorth of town. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman of Oskaioo sa, Kan., are here at present visiting -their laughters, Mrs. I'ieffenbach and JMrs. Strickier. Mrs. John Schreiber returned from Ottawa, Kan., Saturdav evening, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Mead. Mr. and Mrs. John Elocksome and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kendall left Wed nesday via auto for a pleasure excur sion to the. Rocky mountains. Ora llubbs is suite ill at the hos pital at Great Bend. Mrs. Dubbs left la auto Wednesday for the Bend and will remain there and care for him. Mr. and Mrs. W. Doerschlasv Fred Johannes and children, and Mrs. Le na Grissel made a triD to fiic-hton last Tuesday returning by tle way of x-xess .isy. - - J. C. Johannes eanve in from How ell county. Mo., Friday evening and is looking- up, a location here as he thinks western Kansas a fair plaee to live in after all. Rev. and Mrs. Guy Speer lft Mon day morning for points in eastern Kansas expecting to be absent several weeks. Rev. Speer will attend the theological school at Salina while Mrs. Speer will visit relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sipe came in from Great Bend Saturday where they had been staying for some time and visited over Sunday with their parents here going on to Denver Sun day evening where they will make their future home. Voda "Voda was visited by a heavy rain Wednesday night. Edward Cu minings was the guest of Stanley Austin, Sunday. . Dave Yanda lias beer, on the sick list the fore part of the week. Wm. Cox sold a motorcycle to Har ry Aliison of Collyerlast week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benisch spent Sunday with relatives at Voda. Mrs. Chas. Spitsnaugle is down with imflammatory rheumatism. R. Owens had the misfortune to lose three calves by blackleg last week. Misses Maggie and Francis Kutina are visiting relatives on Big' Creek this week. Mr. and Mrs. nertoan Ehrichs and family spent Sunday at A. G. Schwanbeck's. Miss Barbara Cerney of Ellis spent Friday night and Saturday with Mrs. Ralph Krsstof. Uncle' Billie Littlechild shipped three cars of cattle to Kansas City last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox and Albert Krhut took in the caropmeeting at Ogallah, Sunday. The Morrow Bros, show showed to a full house here Sunday. Voda is getting to be a Ao. 1 town. Mrs. Fred Schwanbeck and daugh ler, Jtiuth, are sojourning in Xopek this. week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mis. W. II. Miles, Bradley jrirown ana Jim inch made a busi ness trip to Morland, Sunday. Miss Martha Mensing is visiting ner brother, ,rnst and family, and will also assist tuem during thresh ing. Albert Krhut sports a bran new motorcycle which he purchased c Wm. Cox. Now, girls, don't all speak at once. Mr. Mripiett received an engine JL uesaay ana haulea it out onto hi ranch where it will be used to Hi 1 the silos. Mrs. Osborn Spitsnaugle arrived here from Peori, 111., Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Spitsnaugle-will make this their future home. South Trego weacwig bells will soon ring in South Trego. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benisch spent .Sunday in voda with relatives. Dr. Jones and L. Hall were in this burg looking for real estate business l uesda'. A big soaker fell in South Trego Tuesday which will delay threshing lor some time. x. Lu uiuner lelt lor ins home m Kussell, Saturday, after a two weeks' stay in this burg. Solomon Deines returned from Tom Kutina's last Friday where he was building a granary. Louis Honomichl of Wilson and Joseph Honomichl of Lyons spent the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Benisch. Mrs. Jonn oison a children are visiting in Kansas City this month, also taking in tlie wedding of her sister while there. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Benisch enter tainea a lew oi there friends . at a mushmeion . party last Sunday, among tnose present were: Mr. ana Mrs. J. W. Spena, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McKinley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schneieder and children, Mr. and Mrs. Will Zimmerman, Mr. and Silas McKune, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Smith, Mr. John Olson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Folkers and fam ily, Mr. and Mrs. Georire Deines. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Micbalies and family and Miss Kate Dienes. Pioneer Joe Kellogg hauled wheat for Jul ius Hillman Tuesday. Mrs. Elsie Stephens is pickinc cu cumbers at Mrs. E. A. Kellotrg's. - Threshing has stODDed around here for about a week on account of re cent Tains. A dandy rain fell here last Tues day night. An average of 3 inches of water fell. . Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Cort right, Mrs. Julia Layman and Mrs. D. Pershing took dinner with Kellogg's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eaton from over on the Saline visited with their daughter, Mrs. I. H. Phares last Wednesday and Thursday. AETOPLAilE FLIGHTS By One of the Most Daring and Spec tacular Aviators in America RALPH icMllllAft! Some of us Pioneers attended the funeral of Clyde Kiser at Ogallah last Monday. We extend heartfelt sympathy to' the bereaved. T. J- Rhoden, E. A. Kellogg, and D. Pershing met at Blakley's last Thursday to appraise the property of J. W. Blakely, deceased. Nels Anderson had the misfortune of getting one of his limbs cut open just above the knee joint last Tues day. It was done by one of the knives on a threshing machine. The gash was 4 inches long. Ogallah. Roy Blakely spent Monday in Rus sell. Tlie merchants here are paying 15 cants Tor eggs. Mr. Clemons of Washington, 111. was here .Thursday. C. C Yetter attended the Chatau qua at Russell Saturday, Several wheat haulers were caugh in town Tuesdav evening by the stcrm and had to stay over night. If you oould see the amount of freight that's coming to this place now, you'a guess someboay was do ing business. We understand one of the Glass boys lost his barn by lightning Tues- nay evening. jno live stock was burned but Mr. Glass lost all his harness and feed. l uesaay evening a fine rain fell in thiB vicinity and was accompanied by quite an electrlp storm with wind and hail. Some report three inehes of water fell. This will put the ground in nne shape for plowing. This community was Stricken with sorrow Sunday morning when the news came to tow n that our fellow townsman Clyde Kiser had passed to his reward. - Mr. Kiser was hurt at threshing machine on Thursday while trying to throw the belt and was rushed to Ehis for medical aid. It was thought at first that perhaps nothing serious would' develone but on Friday night and Saturday he be gan to grow worse and was called away at 3:30 a. m. Sunday -nomine. uivae jyionroe Kiser. was bom in Osborne County, Kansas, April 25, 186, and died August 16. 1914. beint? as years, a montns ana zi days old In his infancy he . moved ; with his parents to Thomas County, Kansas; where-he resided until 1909, when lie moved wjth his family to Ogallah, Kansas wnere ne uvea tin Jesus took him home. He was united in mar riage 10 urace ern uaviason on March 4, 1908. To this union one Child was born. Gmeve Grace, he- sidesTiis wife and daughter he leaves a latner ana mother or Uolby, Kan sas, one brother and two sisters and an untold number of friends to morn his loss. He was kind hus band and father and his father tells us when but a small child he was very truthfnl always telling the truth though he knew punishment was 'coming. In bis dealings with his fellow men he was alwavs honest and upright, making a host of friends wherever he went. Jesus has seen fit to take him home and w'e regret very much to give him up but t is tne Heavenly father's will and Jesus has taught us to say "Thy Will Be JJone." tuneral service was held here at 2:30 p. m. Monday, a large number of "friends beins- present. The wife and family have the sym pathy of this entire community. Card of Thanks "We wish to thank our manv friends for the kindness extended us during ng the sickness and death of our - loved husband and son. Mbs. C. M. Kiser John M. Kiser and Fajclltc Collyer A light shower fell here Tuesday night. Reports are of a good rain east and south of us. G. W. Blount is visiti ng with Louis Brown this week. A Dog and Pony show was here last Monday night. Quite a lot of wheat is being haul ed to town these days. John Walsh made a flying trip to nays last Friday to see his wife and daughter. . Mrs. Thomas McQueen from"Ster ling,' Kansas is visiting friends here and Qu inter. The moving picture show here last Friday night sure was a fake and fiz zle and a fake. Frank Harvey from Kansas Citv is visiting his brothers, Elmer and 'Walter at Banner. Mrs. C. King returned home Mon day night from Russell, where she visited for a couple of weeks. Miss Isabell Warhurst is visiting ner sister, iurs. w. jr. ieague. and family for a couple of weeks. Several parties thinking themsel ves completely blown out last spring are now threshing by the thousand. Wedding bells will have rung in this neighbor ere we see you again, but we dare not give the secret away now. Miss Louise Kessler arrived home Monday night from Wilson, Kansas where she has been for a coimle of of weeks. J. H. Deatrich returned Tuesdav from Kansas City, where he under went a severe operation, he savs he is leeiing pretty good only weak. For loans on your farm, call on the Wa-Keeney State Bank. 2Tt adv. For Sale Avery threshing outfitin good oider, 20 horse power engine, 36x60 separator. L. A. Krhut, Collyer, Kans Adv-12 Teachers' Examination State Supermtendant Ross sends us notice of a special examination for teachers' certificates to be held Aug ust zi ana 22. This is done for the special benefit of those teachers whose certificates are effected by the new certificate law. Examination will beheld at the court house, in the court room, begining at 7:00 a. m. Carrie A. St.radaJ : County Supt. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as iney cannot reach tlie seat of the di sease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu tional disease, and in order to cure it ou must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known. combined with the best blood purifi- rs, acting directly on the mucous. urfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what ' r rrv- uces such wonderful results In cur- Dg catarrh. Send for testimonials. free. , F. J. CHEIfEY & CO.. ProDS., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Take nail's Family Pills for consti pation Adv. COLORADO for The Tourist "Rough It" in Colorado for two weeks wouldnt you like to start today? You will be surprised how much you can see for so little money. Let UriiooJPacif ic '-f Standard Road of the West Plan your vacation now. Accommodations at the mountain . summer resorts are very reasonable. A score or more of such resorts are within easy reach of Denver. Get "Colorado for the Tourist", a book full to the brim of what you see and what it will cost, and that's what you want to know. Low Round Trip Fares Daily to September 30, good for permitted in both directions, detailed information apply to J. E. FRITTS Local Agent Wa-Keeney, Kansas STOP ! LOOK ! The old reliable Bain and Mitchell wagons; Anchor bug gies, surreys and spring wagons; P. & O. Canton light draft plows; Superior grain drills, always on hand, always in the lead and always the best money, can buy; Challenge wind mills, guaranteed 5 years without oil; Water Loo Boy cre'am separator, 5 years guarantee, money back if not satisfied; P. & O. Canton Disc harrows with tandem attachment and tongue trucks that take the weight off the horses neck, size 12x14 with 18 inch blades. We have sold several car loads of these, double disc harrows in Ellis County and it is- claim ed by our most successful farmers and wheat raisers that almost the entire crop of 1913 was produced by the use of these machines. Now don't forget that it is a P. & O double disc, 18 inch blade light draft and will not choke in thistles. - BLUE FRONT IMPLEMENT HOUSE - tLLIS AND WA-KEENEY, KANSAS W. A. EPPLER, the BOYS and the BULL DOG SEND rOH CATALOGUE Kansas State Agricultural Cohere School of AgrSiuitm Three-year courses -in Agriculture. Mecbanics, Koine Econoicics. Students admitted from common -scOoois. CoHeeof Acrccattm nJ Mechanic Arts With Jour-year courses in Agriculture. JSnpineerm, Horoe Boooomics, and Veterinary Medicine. fet.iHients admitted Tram 3todnm bitfn acboois. Address President. Kansas State Agricultural Colleae, (Corressoodeace Courses. ) bo 3. aUabatUa. BADLY S. JT. STRAW, Secret airy return until October 31. StopovefS' For fare from your station and more LISTEN ! For reg-ular easy, natural action of the bowels movements, relief of rauaiipauon, irv jjoan's 25 cents at all stores. Adv Regtllets. Black Strap Molasses for hopper dope, 35 cents a gallon. The Star Grocery Adv If you can't sleep for nervousness tako JDr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pill and IO omfortatole. Advertisement.