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FREE l 8 ihes-lilied f T from cover to cover with beautiful pho- Dept. A to graphs. Afatl.tts the Louisiana.Mo. coupon or a postal, . bearmsr your name Xid. vor New Catalog, tellinjr J9t how fru it -growers are makins record - breaking prurita. pect to plant.. ... .trees and address. Stark Bro's Want Good Salesmen Cash Commission Paid Weekly PUBLIC SALE CORRESPONDENCE Voda - The cool breezes are creeping on us these days Several around here are down -ith the mump-L The commissioners laid out a new road for F. F. Beldin last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Krhut spent Monday with Mrs. Frank Krhut. F. F. Beldin returned home after a two weeks sojourn in Kansas City. Mrs. L. P. Davis left Monday even ing for Kansas City for a short visit. "Bob Kirk shipped two ear loads of cattle to market last Sundar morn. ing. J. M. Zeman and Bradly Brown shipped a car load of cattle Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Griffith and family spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Kristof. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schwanbeck re turned home from Kansas City Sun day morning. N W. If. Kanzler left for Topeka Monday niht after a three weeks stay with Ralph Kristof. Several from here took in the dance at G. Struss?s last Saturday and all report a Xo 1 good time. All the members of the Voda Local are requested to be present at this Saturdays meeting at Voda. - Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dolezal of Wil son are visiting the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Zeman on Big Creek. Mrs. J. Dolezal left for her home in Wilson last Friday after a three weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. ,T. 1. Vandewater. M I 1 will sell at Public Auction at my farm, s mile south and 1 mile west of Ogaliah and 1:2 mi'ie south and 1 mile west of the Swede church, on Monday, November 15, 1915 the fa, lowing described property. 140 Head of Cattle 140 Consisting of 2 head of first class milch cows, some fresh now . some fresh soon: 55 head of stxk cows f rom ." to 5 years old. 10 head of yearling heifers. 3 head of 2-year old heifers. 5) i.a i 'of calves about 20 head of these t.eifers will drr; ci'vs tuis fall. 22 Head of Horses 22 Con.-istJng of 1 bay mare. 10 years osrt. weight 1 :". sa'e m 'fn! 1 sorrel mare. 8 years old. weight KSiX). safe in i" .ii: 1 buy mure. years old. weight 1.150. safe in foal: 1 span i mare, grey an 1 &.'. t and 8 years old 110O each: : bay drivi'itr ma-e. vear old. w&tzht !."o. also good saddle mare: 1 span of nin brown ami bav. 5 and i yefirs old. weight 1100 each: 1 brow n geldin-r, 4 vears old. weight 1400: 1 bay gelding. 8 years old weisrht 1300: l sorrel horse. 5 years old, weight 1KH). good saddler and single driver: 2 span of 2 yeafold mules well broke to work, weight 1050 each: 1 2 vear old mare mule. 3 year ling mules. 1 2-year old tillv, 1 yearling colt, 1 spring colt, 1 mare. Farm IVTacfrineiry Consisting of 1 lumber wagon. 1 low truck wagon, 1 mowing machine, 2 2 row weeders. 1 1-row weeder, l riding cultivator, 1 4-section harrow, 1 gang plow, 1 riding lister, 1 drill, 2 sets work harness, 1 set single harness, 1 feed grinder, 1 6-hole range. Sal te Cnamm t lli.ni Fm lunch at non. . TERHS Sums or S10.00 and under cash; sums over S10.00 a credit ? 1wLe" wi" P''"- Purchaser to give note w ith approved secur- i ireuiiK o i:r ccni luieresb. . z per cent discount lor cash. D. P. PI. W. MASON, A act. READE R- W. W.AKF1.Y. CUrk. Overlaiudl Five Passenger Touring Car Model 83 $750.00 f. o. b. Toledo Model 83 touring car is a beautiful car. It asks no odds of any car at any price It is at home in any company. CLYDE POFFENBERGER, Agent Collyer School and Local Notes J. H. Dietrich went to Ellis again Tuesday evening. m enggs ana Mr. underhill were up from Eliis Sunday. A carload of Grant Six cars was unloaded in Collyer Tuesday. Miss'Keff spent the week end w ith home folks also attended the teach ers meeting. Van Staples fell and broke his arm Wednesday at recess. Dr. LaCerte was called at once. Mrs John Sparks and son Elmer are visiting Mrs Spark's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tilton. Preaching services at the Baptist Church both Sunday morning and evening. Everybody invited. Misses Anna and Millie Razak and Minnie Tilton and Ed Rust took din ner with Lillian Tilton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tilton and daughter, Mrs. John Sparks, spent Sunday afternoon at J. E. Tilton's of Banner. The Teachers' Meeting at Wa- Keeney was well attended. The agricultural pictures were very inter esting and well explained by W. A. Boys of the Agriculture College. Rev. Cannon of Salina stopped in Collyer, Wednesday, and gave the school children a splendid talk. He spoke in the simplest language that they might all understand and left with them thought never to be for gotten. Rev. Cannon is the Presi dent of the Children's Orphan Soc iety of Salina. Riverside J. H. Dienes began work Monday morning on his big barn. F. M. Brassell is busy working the roads easj of the Edwards corner. David Carr and Mr. Canada called cn A. W. Nelson Sunday afternoon. The Rev. Allen preached a most excellent sermon on tithing last Sunday. Mrs Maize and little daughter from south east Missouri visited with the Allmans Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morton of Ogallah visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Pugh or Riverside last Wednesday. Mrs. Belle Kelson who has been vis iting at Sheridan. Wyo., for the past month came home Saturday evening. Mr. Williams and two daughters, accompanied by Miss Acre and. E. W. Allman spent Sunday with John All man's. . Mr. and Mrs. August Schutta of LaCrosse visited Mrs. Schutta 's sis ters, Bertha and Fern Edwards of Wa-Keeney Saturday. Invitations are out announcing the wedding of Miss Minnie Wahlberg and Mr. Bernard Coleman. The wed ding will take place at the home of the bride's sister Miss Lou Derringer of Colorado. . : CASTQRir For Infants aad Children In Use For Over SO Year Always bears the Signature of 5. ft. GifRn and wife received an invitation to the wedding of his niece. Miss Birdie Griffith who lives in McPherson county. Many of our Riverside folks will remember Miss Birdie who spent the summer at 'Uncle 2few ts" the year of 1910. The pie social at district 54 was a success from every point of view. A splendid program entertained . the audience after' which the pies were sold a.nd the fun of finding the right one to eat with commenced. The proceeds amounted to nearly' $40.00. Ogallah School and Local Notes Chas. McConnel helped grade the roads Monday. Joe Marquand was in Ellswortl Tuesday on business. .. John Clark iias been grading some more on the Golden Belt this week. The Ogallah Elevator Company has on hand a fine quality of winter cpal. Robert Musgrave was absent from school Tuesday p. m.. on acco.unt of sickness. - Our boys and girls tame home Mon day evening school being dismissed on account of the mumps. Jack Buchanan has finished thresh ing in this locality. The wheat as a rule was considerably poorer than last year. Xorman Mapes cared for the inter ests of Paul Huycke & Company Tuesday while H. E. Ericson attend ed the Auto Polo at Ellis. W. J. Asbbaugh took lus sister-in law to Plainville Monday. She has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ashbaugh for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Vetter arrived home last week after attending his brother's funeral in Illinois also mak ing a visit with relatives in Iowa. The Burk children were the onlv children from our school who attend ed the show of slides for school con test work at Wa-Keeney " last Satur day.. The Christian Sunday School ex pects to render a special program Sunday morning, November 21st, at 10 o'clock. Everyone is invited to attend. The Ladies' Aid Society will give a ten cent parcel post sale and liter ary program at the school house, Sat urday, November 20th." Everybody invited. S. S. Harvey and C. F. Reeves at tended Suitor Brothers sale at Falco Tuesday. Mrs. Kellogg went as far as her old home in Graham and visit ed her folks during the day. . Miss- Frost, the primary room teacher, has been going to Ellis each evening after school this week so that she could visit with her parents from Missouri. Such is the life of a school teacher. The Ogallah Literary Society met and reorganized last Friday evening. The attendance was tine andinterest good. They decided to meet again Friday evening, November 12th. The principal aided by Bert Cruson and Chas. Binder built a good stage for the society Monday after school. . Big Creek The past 2 weeks have been ideal wheat weather. Joseph Herber has gone to Excel sior Spriugs tor his Health. Adam Stegman is visiting down near Kingsiey, Kans., this week. E. M. Wagner and son and neigh bors are busy threshing their wheat. Mrs. John Barclay and daughter, Fern were trading in Ellis Tuesday. T. C. Feeor drove up to Mr. Em mons place after a load of corn Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cross and Chas. took a trip to Hays City, Tuesday afternoon. Several Tregoites attended the Auto Polo game in Ellis Tuesday afternoon. Glass Brothers finished their wheat threshing Tuesday and pulled in their machine. Mrs. Burus and son Frank hauled a load of beautiful yellow corn to Ellis last Tuesday. The growing wheat between Ellis and Hays generally doesn't look any better than in East Trego. C C. Cross and sister Lillian at tended State Teachers' Meeting at Topeka Thursday and Friday. Misses Minnie, Hilda, Edith and Lydia Scnaus visited with - Miss Lil lian Cross last Sunday afternoon. Quite a change in temperature hit this neck of the woods last Monday nigbt and gave us the worst freeze of this Tall. . .... Chas. Kellogg of Ogallah visited school at Sooth Glencoe last Thurs day and ' took the teacher to her boarding place. There will be a box supper at East Fairview District 25 on Friday nigbt November 19th. Proceeds for a Xcfias tree. Everybody invited. " " FOR SALE CHEAP Lots 1 to 8, in block 10 northwest part of tle city. Fine building lots. Inquire at this office. Ad 33 i r trul AH ChUdren Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beeu in use for over SO years, has borne the sigrnatore ot - and has been made under his per- -TfZ- sonal supervision since its infancy. S-cZZcJ&tC Allow no one to deceive you in this, All Counterfeits, Imitations and Jnst-as-good are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What isC ASTO R I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. Ifi contains neither Opium, Morpliine nor other .Narootie substance. Its ajre is its fcuarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years ic has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething: Troubles ami Diarrhoea.- It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Fowl, giving healthy ami natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The "Slother's Friend.. GENUINE C ASTO R I A ALVAY Bears the Signature of i j2- SI The Kind You Have Always Bougli In Use For Over 30 Years LUMBER COAL GRAIN j Estimates Cheerfully Furnished ' GOOD WEIGHTS AND GOOD PRICES GIVEN FOR YOUR GRAIN The Hardman Lumber Co. H, J. Hile. Pres. YT. G. Baker. Vlce-Pres. A. H. Blair. Cashier C. R. HiUe .Ass t. Castiier Capital $25,000.00 " TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK General Banking WA-KEENEY, KANSAS Directors H. J. Hiiit W. J. Skelton F. S. Dieftold W.G.Baker A. H. Blair For Bargains in READ ESTATE f see t J. T. W. CLOUD "VVa-Keenev. Kansas E. H. Wheeler s REAL ESTATE LOANS AND . " . . INSURANCE Farms, Ranches, and Town Property. Attends to busi ness for non-residents. Cor respondence solicited. Wa-Keeney, Kansas Will B in Wt-KtiMr, Dm. 6th. Should you or your child need medical or surgical treatment of the eye, ear, nose or throat, or require glassess, make a date with Ir. M. Jay Brown, (Watson building,) Sa lina, Kans., or see him at the Ameri can House, Monday. December 6th, or at the-PaciSc Hotel, Ellis, Decem ber 8, 1915.Adr. Make Year Om Healing Remedy At Heme Buy a 50c. bottle of Farris Healing Remedy add to it a pint of Linseed Oil to make a healing oil, or add to it a pound of lard or a pound of vase line to make an ointment. You will then have sixteen ounces of Healing Remedy for harness 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 doing you have 92.00 worth for 50c. WaKeeney Hardware Co. and R. A. Samuels, Ogallah, Kans., agents. Adv O UR CART will deliver at your premises any kind of Lumber, hard or soft wood dressed or undressed, in side house trim; in fact anything: in the line of First Class Lumber that you happen to want, at prices that are always reasonable. Verbeck Lumber & Supply Company Wa-K-enev, Kansas S. XVI. 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 . B. F. BINDER Contractor and Builders ' Plans and Specifications Furnished. ' " - Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 67 Wa-Keeney, ... Kansas Abstracts of titie made promptly at; reasonable rates. W. H. Swiggett. adv.