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J ; : s. Willcox Alberta and Robert Jackson called on Blanche Olsen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Shriber -were Willcox callers one day this week. Frank Lyons and Charles Mar cy and families called on Orie JJ'UUS Kenneth Scott and Fran Hob ler were dinners guests at the K. "W. Rogers home Thursday. John "Woods of Uticais helping his son-in-law, Clarence Rep shire, haivest his wheat this week. Claude Ryan's hired man was severly kicked by a mule. The doctor from Brownell was sum moned. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Purcell and George Ranch called on Plants at Bosna Sunday and attended Sunday school. ivir. auU J.VJ I . ijlido. uniouci are the proud parents of a new son. Charles says the farm is the place for boys. Next Sunday, the 16th, Rev. Allison of Wa-Keeney will be here to help in our Sunday school. Others to help in singing will also be present. Everybody come. Wanted A good man and team to be stationioned on the Ness City road to assist the automobile tourists in getting out of the mud holes as the farm ers have gone to harvest. Tom Kite was informed Mon day morning over the long dis tance telephone that a gentleman was going to bring Tom a wife along with harvest hands and other harvest necessities. Willcox Sunday School people are very thankful to the Wa-Keeney folks in helping out our Sun day school. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Neisley gave us some good thoughts along the Sunday school work. T? Watch Your Children X 'Often children do not let parents know J they are constipated. They fear some y thing distasteful. They will like Rexall v Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes J like eugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. W. W. Oibson. Make Your Cwn Healing Remedy at Kerne Buy a 50c. bottle of Farris Healing Kemedy, add to it a pint of Lin eeed Oil to make a healing oil, or add to it a pound of lard or a Dound of vaseline to make an oint ment. You will then have sixteen ounces of Healing Remedy for har ness and saddle galls, barbed wire cuts, scratches, or any hurt or sore where the skin is broken. Positively guaranteed the best made. Make it at home. By so crbing you " have $2.00 worth for 50c. "Wa-Keeney Hardware Co Adv. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County- Frank J. Cheney makes oath he is eenicr partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the Bum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURE Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1886. (Seal) A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken inter nally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cuknnt & Co., Props.,Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. aiSSlONEKS PROCEEDINGS Wa-Keeney, Kans., July 8th., 1915. The board of county commissioners met today in regular 'session at the office of the county clerk. There were present S. A. Newcomer, chair man, A. H. Hamm and John 11c Naughton, and the county clerk. The board remained in session the 5th and 6th, taking a recess from day to day. Minutes of last meeting -were read and approved. In the matter of a road petitioned for by. T. W. Johnson and other householders of Riverside township praying for the location of a road as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of section one, township four teen range 21 thence south two miles to southeast corner to section 11, township 14, range 21 thence west one mile. Between sections 11 and 14, township 14, range 21 to south west corner of said section 11 town ship 14 range 2J and there termi nating. TSaid petition was laid over to next regular meeting. In the matter of a road petitioned for by James Benisch and other householders of Willcox township praying for the location of a road beginning at the southwest corner of section 10 township 14 range 23 thence run east two miles and there termi nating also commencing at the south west corner of section 10 township 14 range 23 thence run west 3 miles and there terminating said road to be 40 feet wide. The board finds that the petition Is legal that the adjoin ing landowners have tiled a written release for any claim for damages and donate the use of said land to the pubic and in view of the facts "there of dispense ith the view and survey and grant the road as petitioned for and order the same recorded. The followyig appropriations were made. Institute fund $100 00 Common school commence ment. $100 00 The following requests for refunds were presented and allowed: Frank Walker, error in assessment on the west half section 7, township 11, range 23, $11.60. J. L. Best, error in assessment on northeast 21, township 11, range 24, $11. A petition was presented to the board of commissioners for a bridge across the Saline river at what is known as the Pearl Britt crossing the board examined the proposed site for bridge and after due cosnideration decided to furnish all material and the township to erect the said bridge. Reports of county treasurer and superintendent were approved. Report of fees of the clerk of the district court, register of deeds, coun ty attorney, probate judge, treasurer, county clerk and sheriff were ap proved. The following bills were allowed: E. Lindberg, merchandise for Richardson family $ 45 10 Otis Brady, hauling dirt court house square 43 00 S M Hutzel, expenses Mangold case .". 3 60 S M Hutzel, salary quarter ending June 30, 1915 175 00 Farmers Co-operative associa tion, supplies court house 50 Olis Braddy, hauling dirt court house square 35 00 Wa-Keeney Hardware Co., lawn mower and supplies courthouse 24 30 A S Peacock, salary postage and box rent for quarter ending Jun 30 1915 201 20 Jos E Evans, salary quarter ending June 30, 1915 275 00 F B Acre, salary quarter end ing June 30, 1915 275 00 Faye Marcy, holding school ex amination 3 00 Elizabeth Harrison, holding school examination 6 00 Nova- Marquand, holding school examinations 6 00 Cora Marshail, holding school examination 6 00 usie Acre, holding school ex amination J 00 Lrdia Huck, holding school ex amination , b uu Lulu Millholiand, holding school examination 6 00 Maggie Hitt, holding school examination..... b 00 Merle Hitt, holding school ex- aminaeion o 00 Phronia Burbach, holding school examination 3 00 Verna Marcy, holding school examination 6 00 H H Cawiey, balance assess ing Franklin township 39 00 Lilian Cross, holding school ex amination t u W. Mattingly, trees court house park . 7 50 A Hendricks, labor setting-. trees 4 0 J Drummond, trustee ticket for Lilly Davis invalid 20 00 G L 11 a vs. clerk hire quarter ending June 30, 1915 50 00 CE Acre, bailiff March term court ...... 12 oo C F Acre, labor and material court room and superinten dents room 50 00 H Acre, jailer and board for prisoner... 150 W Y Herrick, salary health officer Quarter ending June 30 1915.... 75 00 W Y Herrick pavper practice. 32 50 W Y Herrick. salarv truant officer 4 50 J J Drummond. balance asses sing WaKeeney township... 120 00 Wa-Keeney - city light and water ; 36 00 Wa-Keeney Telephone Co., phones and tolls 37 50 Sam Smith, labor and material -for court room and superin tendents office. 50 00 J J Keraus. supplies court house .'; 26 35 Opal lab Elevator Co, merchan dise Richardson family 4 P E Kraus, supplies court house 6 W W Gibson, drugs" for pau pers..-. 26 00 Delta Keyser, holding school examinations 6 Sam Smith, labor county su perintendents office 6 00 C 11 Chase, coal for Lisser 11 CO C E Acre, labor county super intendents cfrice 4 50 H H Cawiey overseer poor and moving Cornelson family.... 20 00 S J Straw, w indow shades. 1 80 Geo Deines, balance assessing' Willcox township 30 00 F C Woliner, merchandise for Wallace ana jflonaiocn. .. i 75 Jos Evans, postage and box - rent 7 10 Erma Shriner, holding school : examination 6 O0 Cbas Reddig, labor court bouse park l oo Dr D R Stoner, medical serv ices Mrs Brown -. 33 00 E A Courtney, merchandise . for Wallis 4 35 Noah Phares, washing bed clothes for jail . 150 John Brown, labor at court house 3 00 Peter Elvert, repairing at court house 8 10 Hays Porter, care of Lilly Da vis invalid 16 00 B Vanscyoc. balance asses sing Colly er township.... 120 00 C Hefner, trimming trees. . . 16 00 Trego Merc. Co., merchandise lor Peter Mofldiocn 3 oo Carrie A Stradal. saiary, post age and box rent quarter ending June 30, 1915 229 H Bassler, balance assessing Glencoe township 18 Miles Bowers, juror .March term -. 8 6 13 Rosie Zeman, holding school examination- Wm Cox, juror March term... 11 Benson, transportation and attendant to hospital for H R Peek 40 00 B Jones, medical services H RPeek 6) CO 00 L Work, Topeka Medical services 11 ti .Peek io Christs Hospital, Topeka Hos pital fees, ti. K. .Peek, a mount claimed $177, amount allowed 68 CO Ida M Rogers, holding school examination 3 00 00 Bessie Rogers, holding school examination 6 Ethel Carpenter, holding school examination. 3 00 H Acre, jailer and board of prisoners 3 00 August Tegtmeyer, hauling dirt cess poo.1 10 oo Burroughs Adding Machine Co, cleaning machine and re pairs " 3 50 R Owens, use of school house for elections 4 00 John Goble, repairing court house 50 'Marquand brothers, wire for county larm id zv N W Phares, salary janitor quarter enoing June 30, 1915 120 00 Hudson Harlan, salary survey' or quarter ending June 30 ab DO W A McConnell, balance asses sing Ogallah township 75 00 Zepha Harlan, holding exami nation : 3 ou P Marquand, unloading bridge irons 2 00 W A McConnell, merchandise Bowman family and overseer poor 18 00 O.a E Novis, holding school examination 6 00 H Neisley, examining board 12 00 Albert O'Toole, holding school examination b 00 E W Allman, salary quarter ending June 30 235 55 Star Grocery Co, merchandise lor paupers o 03 C H Benson, purchasing agent . quarter, ending June 30 b zo H Benson, ex-ofticio county assessor quarter ending June 30, 1915 150 00 ChasxCornelson appropriation quarter ending J une 30 90 00 C H Benson, postage, express, drayage quarter ending June 30 H Benson, salary quarter ending June 30 W J Williams, salary quarter ending June 30, 191-3 Samuel Dodsworth Book Co., books and stationery Lockwood Hazel Printing Co., books and stationery. Crane & Co., books and statin- ery Hall Lithograph Co., books and stationery American Disenfectant Co., disenf ectants Hammond Stephens Co., sup plies county superintendent. Star Grocery Co., scalp war rants Geo Baker scalp warrants Trego Merc Co., " L S Myerly " Mrs J. it Moore " WaKeeney Hardware Co, scalp warrants 3 80 Thomas Rich, scalp warrant-s. 1 15 E W Allman, sherirl mileage.. 18 l Farmers Co-operative associa tion, scalp warrants 14 oo E A Courtney " 13 Otto Wanlberg " 60 F C Woliner " .- 2 oo Chas Hillman " - 5 00 F B Acre, O A Cortright. justice fees W oods ease - E W Allman fees Woods ease. Ray Cockrell " " " . J 1 St Clair " " " . John Kirkner, juror Woods - case.-. A Keraus, juror Woods case. . N W Phares 44 . 44 Ray TJfford 44 44 44 . . L S Myerly 44 44 44 W 11 Swlggett abstracting a mount claimed $23.25, a- mount allowed 17 00 balance laid over to next " -meeting. - - John McNaughton, board meeting May and June meet-. ings 28 00 A H Hamm. board meetings April, May and June 31 20 S A Newcomer, board meet- April. May and June 28 30 W Y Herrick, medical atten dance at jail for prisoner Minnie O'Meil holding exami nation and examining papers Appropriation Institute fund. Carrie Stradal, appropriation for common school com mencement Hard man Lumber Co., bridge irons for Collyer township.. Dick Yoxall, labcr at court house A H F Kline, minting and sta tionery . 28 31 II F Kline printing ana sta- tionerv 72 57 W H Swiccett. abstracting... 3 HO FB Acre, postage and box rent 9 62 So further business appearing board adjourned sine die. C H. Benson (seal) County Clerk 2 50 READS THE LITTLE MINISTER Miss Hallie Gassoway reads the Little Minister" and "The Dawn of , Tomorrow," with wonderful success. on the Chautauqua platrorm. will make two appearances ch Chautauqua this summer. She our LAUGHIL0S0PHY" HIS PHILOSOPHY Francis J. Gable, former newspaper writer and traveling salesman, now a Chautauqua lecturer and a highly successful one has worked out a phi losophy all his own. "Laughilosophy" is the name he has given it. And this rorms the subject of his Chautauqua 'lecture which, is made up largely of original poems. 3 TALENTED GIRLS COMING The White Star Concert Company Is one of the most popular of the Chautauqua companies that will be out this season. It is made BP - of three talented Toune women: . Miss Margaret Eruner of Boston, reader; Miss Flora Morse of Des Moines, so- orano soloist, and Miss Cora Higgins ot Chicago, Tiolinist. - ; wtfiAiiiiiiririiiiiiiriiramMfcjrafl 25 oo ; -r M ii83 Vr 3 80 . p& , 23 97 - ''tef", 29 38 ' s ' V . s il "-X -J Vy- Li 517 90 V 'vS4r 6 25 5O0 S0 " 5 - i oo I i - x I 1 00 1 00 1 i' 100 , - r-- - 41 50 j , r t-. 13 50 f"-"" ' i 100 00 J ioo oo - y 312 CO J . CASTOR! For Infants and Children. In Use For Over SO Year Always bears the Signature of First PnWishe In Western "Kansas World - - June . 1915 SKcrUTa Sale No. 1422 In the District Court of Treto County Kansas. Mrs. Anna Marsh, piaintiff. YS. -O. E. Sward. Zella 1. Sward. Lysle I. Ab bott and Mrs. Lysle I. Abbott, fcrst name un known. dete.iaa.nts. rnder and by virtue of an order of sale is- siipri in saia cause by ice cierK 01 saia court. tin June 14. 1915. directing me to advertise and sell, according to law. the followine de scribed lands and tenements, to-wit: Trie northeast quarter of section nine (9). in township iourteen (14) souilr, ranee twenty-two (22) west of the sixth (6tn principal meridian lyincr and citnarr in Treuo countv. Kansas. I will. on Wednesday. July 2. 1915. at the west front main entrance door of trie court bouse of said county, situate in Wa-Keeney. Kansas at trie nour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day. offer for sale at public auction ana se.it. ro me highest and best bidder for casUTall of the above described lands and tenements, which are taken. and will be sold. as the property of said defendants, according to a certain judg ment in rem rendered in said action on May 12. 1915. in favor of plaintiff and against defend ants, and said lands and tenements, in the sum ol tiica as, with interest thereon at tne rale of ten per cent per annum from the date of the rendition of said judgment, and costs taxed at ie.80, ordering said premises sold, and the proceeds arising from sale tbereof applied to the payment of said judg ment, interest thereon as atoresaid, costs, accruing costs, and taxes due. if any. at time of sale, and which judgment provides that any defendant entitled thereto shall have the right, as provided by law. to redeem said premises from such sale, at any time within eighteen months thereafter. Dated at iVa-Keenev. Kansasihis 17th day of June. 1915. . E. W. ALLMAN. Sheriff Trego County, Kansas. L. B. Beardsley. Attorney for Plaintiff. i other a The New Heme Sewing Machine Company, ORANGE. MASS. FOR SALE BV 0i Take One Pz-in Pill, then Take it ar. '-9 For Neu at, nothing la belter than Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills Used 2y thousands for a generation Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told how necessary it is to secure re lief. The easiest -way out of neuralRia is to use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They have re lieved sufferers for so many years that they have .become a household necessity. "1 have taken Tr. Mllew' Anti-Plain pills for five years and they are tte only thing, that does me any KOod. They have relieved neuralsria In my head in fifteen minutes. I nave alo -taken them for rheumatism, bead ache, pains in the' breast, toothache, earache and pains m the bowels and limbs. I have found nothina- to equal them and they are all that is claimed for them." J. W. SEDGB, Brae 8priiura. Mo. At H druookrts 25 aomem 28 cents. Never toM In bulk. i MILES MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, Ind. .'i .7i , r w wan i n get the genuine ' H i New HomeM I Sewing Machine ' vl 1 if to buy the machine wun me name Jw rfr l llr HOME on the ffi''$k it and in the legs. - vt' M TkU machme fa a-lTJL M vamatMl for all 1 S- ' jPtt - M time. gg I No other like it MS3: ff No other as srood J 1 1; 5V raid I l IISS DR. C. S. WALL ECLECTIC Physician and Surgeon Office In Central Telephone Building; Office Phone 57 Residence 10 Wa-Kbkbbt, Kansas JULIUS HILLMAN AUCTIONEER ' tENERAL FARM SALES CRIED ANYWHERE SCK MC. WRITC OH PHONE 1002 OGALLAH. KANSAS WM. LAW WELL BORING Wells Bored and Cased on Shrt Notice. All "Work Guaranteed. Your Patronapre Solicited. A. B. JONES physic3an and surgeon Wa-Keeney, Kansas L. P. ARNOTT Graduate Veterinarian Residence phone No. Farm phone No. 455 19. WA-KEESET KANSAS- O. H. OLSON . AUCTIONEER SALES MADE ANYWHERE VRITE OR WIRE phone at esdeioS" COLLYER - - KANSAS tv?tti.i i,ivivivivT -jTXyTvyTTv -TTT0TTOxNTxyTi C. T. Binder's Harness & Shoe Shop OGALLAH, KANSS All kinds of harness made to order; also all kinds of harness, and shoe repairing on short no tice. If you need anything in my line, please call and see me. We handle all kinds of Pratt's Jood and axle grease. PHONE 670, (Wa-Keeney line). W. S. GORRELL Weli Drilier Will make wells anv depth up to 500 feet. - Fourteen years in the business. Wa-Keeney, Kansas S. lM. HUTZEL Buys and Sells Real Estate Leases Lands Collects Rents Pays Taxes for Nori-Residents Special attention given to Collections ' Correspondence solicited Wa-KEENEY, KANSAS E. D. Wheeler REAL ESTATE LOANS AND ' . INSURANCE Farms, Ranches, and Town Property. Attends to busi ness lot non-residents. Cor respondence solicited. Wa-Keeney; Kansas STANLEY J. STRAW LICENSED E M BALM ER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR All calls answered day or night. 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