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THRESHING COAL on Hand CREAM EGGS POULTRY WALTER F. SWIGGETT Phone One-Two-Three sss Diabolo Cream Separator 600 lbs. only S46.7S i it Its the sensation of the world. The bowl is made from the best Swedish steel. It has upper bear ings. Main frame is strong and durable. The base is cast in one solid piece. The gearing is all contained in the main frame of the machine. It is guaranteed to pro duce as fine a quality and as great a quantity of cream and butter as any separator made. It has fewer discs to wash than any other machine. Its light running and easy to regulate. All bearings are made of the highest phosphor bronze. Call and see this wonderful machine before you buy elsewhere. Danger Pennies How False Economy in Lubrication Often Proves a Boomerang Let us look at some plain arithmetic. Suppose your car cost $1,200. At the end of the year you reckon expenses and roughly, you find: Depreciation in selling value, say $400; tires, approximately, $100; repairs ?; gasoline, 5,000 miles at 2c a mile or less $100; insurance, say $65; lubrication, perhaps as much as $10. Total $675 plus. Lubrication comes last at a trivial $10.00 a year. It is human failing to treat such small outlays lightly. Some motorists do not yet realize that oils which can be sold at pared down prices cause pared down efficiency, and send total yearly expenses up not by mere penny steps but by real dollar leaps. Consider depreciation: Why does it loom up so large? Not enough attention paid to that $10.00 a year. When all cars are given sufficient oil foe their motors, automobiles will command higher re-sale prices, We keep on hand a full line of VACUUM OILS for bi cycles, motorcycles, automobiles, gas tractors and threshing engines. We guarantee this oil to be the best on the mark et. Sold by the quart, gallon, 5 gallon or barrel: THE WA-KEENEY HARDWARE CO. DR. I. B. HALL CHIROPRACTOR . Lady in Attendance Calls answered promptly day or night Office in Kline Building Consultation and Examination Free Phone Res. 54 Office 206 liy Spend your Money y ' . J wim a apa r lj ' 1 I & -t-i I til S 1 fii J Goodrich " Fair-List " Prices j (SAFETY-TREADS) j ISO ic 3 ? r- j c- $10.40 3 ) k 3Ji J " Ford Sizes - $13,40 Z2 at Zyi - $15.45 33 7i i . . - - $22.00 34x4 - - - - - -$22.40 33x4 1 i - $31.20 33 z 4Ti - $31.60 37x5 - - - - - $37.35 I THRIFT dce net msnn Penurious nessl Its first principle consists in g.ltirg FtLL VALUE for each Dollar of Income expended. Getting less is not ermplimer.tary to the intelligence of even a Millionaire. Being liberal and nr-neror?, in affairs where it i proper cr.d deliberate to be so, dirlers widely from being t'.riftlcss, ihozight - I -ss and czrciec-3 vx buyiajr ihir3, on a busi ness 13. A habit of "Junipingr at Conclusions," instead et Thinking out Jiesa Conclusions, cuti uiauy u. nan a lifetnne wf Un-success. i rqfQ0 nr.--? Arrr?c?r.3 Indolently g act upon the c.halio-" theory th?.t JL an tarciel& "p:i:r. he" WORTH Theyr.ro tlin.3 tr..ci t. r-.cv - Thc.it?h.t. Thn (for their ncv:c.:j.l izzzL thsy "Spend ic with a STndc-." Is this complinr ntiy tho yuc'.ment of even the Wealthiest Do people become vvV:-lihy who acqaira the careless HABIT, or '",?-peahn j JVloney. " instead of intelligent, thoughtful BUYING with it? :""". all It Q T TONEY cannot mak? BETTER J $ Fabric Tires, at ANY price. JL v JK. than kodrich 47-Year Exper ience. 300,CO0,()O0 lbs. Purchasing-Power, and Deliberate Intention, are now producing1. No Rubber Concern in the world could afford to oiifer the lovr Fair-List Prices here quoted, cn Fabric Tires (for such HIGH quality) without the enormous Goodrich VOLUME, which eo reduces Cost as to make these Ivuxist priess po.;zible. When, therefore, you pay JIORB than these Goodrich Fair-Li3t prices for ANY Fabric Tire, you are NOT getting "better" Tires. Test out Goodrich Tires. and see ! THE B. F. GOODRICH CO. Akron, O. L Black -Tr eacl ff 'J 6 6 TT?. rfTr'A 7Ty Tke New Goodrich Shoe Sole for your Feet). JL JOjjTL A J-L V Does for your SHOES what tke black "Bare- foot-Rubber" Tread does for Goodrich Tires. Wears longer thas Leather! Is WaterproofI Is iVon-sli ppery ! Is Lighter than Leather! Is more Flexible than Leather! Is EASIER on your Feet!, Ask your Shoe Dealer, or Shoe Repairer, for Textan Soles on your next pair of Shoes. Or. ML Jay Brawn ot Salina Should you or your child need medical or surgical treatment of tbe eye, ear, nose and throat, or require glasses, or oriusial work make a date with Dr. M. J. Jay Brown, (Camp bell building,) Salina, Kansas, or see him at the Penny Hotel, on Monday, July 10th. Ellis, July 12th Adv. DR. W. J. KIDDER PIIYSICIAJV -AJVD SURGEOX ALL CALLS ANSWEBKD DAY OK. ISICJHX surras e kumbe bu X.RAY EQUIPMENT Phones Office 75. Besidence 75 Wa-Kksnisy - - Kansas NOTICE Sealed bids for the erection of a school house in District No. 18 will be received by the board up to July 10, 1916. Contractor to furnish and de liver his own material. Plans and specifications can be seen by calling on the clerk. Contractor to give bond and complete building by Sep tember 1st. Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Edward Cockrell, District Clerk, Ellis, Kan. "I can sell your land quickly If you will send description and lowest price at once. Lester C. Mudge, Salina, Kansas." Adv 1 tt Subscribe for the World. Why Ha Needed It. Having listened to the voice ot the Iren, a San Francisco man contracted to purchase a piece of property in a suburban tract without going to look at it- When he did. he was surprised. Not long afterward he visited his bank to negotiate a loan. "It's in connec tion with some lots I have bought. said the borrower. "Do you want the money to finish paying for them?" asked the banker. "Heavens, no," was the reply. "I want the money to buy gasoline enough so that I can drive out to see them." Improved Electric Fan. A novel type of electric fan may be suspended by its own feed cord from any suitably placed lamp socket, the space usually taken up being thus saved. The fan is five inches in di ameter, and with its socket weighs but little more than two pounds, but on any alternating or direct current cir cuit of 110 volts is driven at a speed that gives a good circulation of air throughout a room of ordinary size. That New Disease. One of our eminent medical au thorities announces a brand new fatal disease, which he calls angina of ef fort, brought on by overwork, and we suppose the government employees will soon be organizing a movement for 120-day vacations, including sick leave, instead of 60-day ones, so as to lessen the risk somewhat. Ohio State Journal. A Regular Thing. "I got in wrong terribly today. I walked right by a cousin of my wife's and didn't recognize her." "How long have you been married?" "About a year." "Quit worrying, my boy. You'll get used to that. I've been married ten years and don't know all my wife's cousins now." Showed a Weakness. Elder (to beadle) "Well, John, how" did you like the strange minister?" Beadle "No ava, elder; he's an awfu" frichtened kin" a chap yon. Did ye no tice how he aye talked aboot 'oor ad versary, Satan?' Our own meenister just ca's htm plain 'deevil;' he doesna cars a dom for him." Punch. Was Willing to Go. Mary Jane was taken to church for the first time by her mother and she became restless and her mother said to her, "Mary, you must be quiet or they will put you out," and Mary Jane answered indignantly. "Me wished they would put me out." Rust Prevention. To prevent rust gathering on .an Iron pan that is not often used., giy.e it a coat of linseed oil and whiting mixed together to form a paste. This is easily removed when the pan is to be used for cooking purposes. When the Great Unbend. "People who take themselves seri ously seldom have a sense of humor." "Perhaps not. Still, I've known traf fic policemen who were not above exchanging pleasantries with some of their automobile acquaintances." Tribute to the Worker. There is a perennial nobleness and even sacredness in work. Were he ever so benighted, forgetful of his high calling, there is always hope in a man that actually and earnestly works. Carlyle. Use for a Brick. When ironing it is a good plan to get a clean brick, a white one if pos sible, as stand. The iron will retain heat much longer if an open iron stand be used. Of All Things! Bill "What's the idea, Algy, stand ing there on one foot like that?" Lord Algy "Really, old chawp, I was go ing some place, but I bally well for got where I was." By Degrees. "My dear, isn't this dresa a trifle extreme?" She "Extreme! Why, I put this on in order that you may be come accustomed to the one I am having made." Judge. Pennsylvania Copper. The copper produced in Pennsyl vania is a by-product separated from magnetic ores of the Cornwall iron mine, in Lebanon county. Just So. Mrs. En peck "The president wants to choose his own successor." En peck "Yes; and I would like to choose yours." From the Chestnut Tree. Porter "Do you want to be brushed off. lady?" Passenger "No, thanks. Ill wait till the train stops and get off in the usual way." New York World. Courtesy Across the Counter. The courteous buyer is a rarer bird than the courteous seller. Spokane Spokesman-He view. Baku's Imports of Wire. Baku. Russia. Imports (40.000 worth of wire monthly from - the United State. . Voda Harvest is on in full blast these days. Wm. Cox was in this burg Monday on business. Fourth of July passed off quietly in this burg. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Davis moved to Wa-Keeney last Monday. Few from around here took in the picnic at Ellis the Fourth. - Miss Mattie Thiel was the guest of Miss Vivian Owens tbe past week. Miss Madie Briggs spent several days with Mrs. Lennie Zeman last week. There was a large attendance at Voda Sunday School Sunday. Come every Sunday. Mrs. J. Dolezal returned home to Wilson Wednesday after a three weeks' stay with her daughter, Mrs. J. Vandewater. Mesdames J. Griffith, J. Dolezal, J. Vandewater and P. G. Owens were Tuesday afternoon callers at Mrs. Ralph Kxistof's. The Troth About Cancer An entirely new book giving the most comprehensive explanation of cancer and its successful treatment without the knife ever published is new offered for free . distribution. Send for your copy today. Address O. A. Johnson, M. D., Suite 505, 1320 Main street, Kansas City, Mo. Adv MARKET REPORT Kansas Citv Stock Yards, July 3. A cattle supply of 8,500 today, and a run at other leading markets below expectations, gave sellers the advant age and sales were largely 10 cents higher, although the market was rather slow, and buyers disliked to give the advance. Killers seemed de termined to get their droves cheaper if they can, claiming beef takers are in bad shape, but owners are' In a po sition to bold their cattle, and will do so unless the price is more attract ive, as grass is good and cattle are putting on weight fast. A drove of Kansas . wintered cattle ' weighing 1347 lbs. sold at $3.90 here today, whose owner said they were gaining at tbe rate of nearly 4 pounds a day when be shipped them. With plenty of grass, cattlemen are in an inde pendant condition and will not take p.esent prices until their cattle have acquired more weight. Other droves of Kansas wintered steers weighing around 1200 lbs. sold at $8.75 to $9.10. Good Missouri corn and grass steers sold at $10 to $10.50. Receipts today included 13 cars of pulp feed Colora dos, at $10 to $10.10. 18 cars of Califor nia grass steers weighing 1150 lbs. at $8.90, 16 cars of hay and gTainfed Ari zona steers weighing 1200 lbs. at $8.50, and 70 cars of quarantine cattle, mostly Oklahoma grass steers at $6.50 to $7.50, some fairly good north Texas steers at $8.50 to $8.75, and including 21 cars of common south Texas grass steers at $6.25 to $6.75. Butcher cat tle sold steady, stockers and feeders a shade lower today at $7.25 to $8.00, although there is a market for fleshy feeders here now up to $9.00. Hogs receipts were 7,500, and the market advanced 10 cents. Prime heavy hogs sold at $10.05, medium weights $10.00, light hogs $9.95, and pigs mostly $9.25 to $9.50, bulk of ! sales $9.70 to $10.00. A "feature today was tbe arrival of 7 cars of bogs from various points in Idaho, all weighing ing from 180 to 205 lbs, and selling at $9.80 to $9.95, except one car, 165 lbs., at $9.70. Receipts have been compar atively light for ten days, which ac counts 'for the latest advances in prices, as the outlet for fresh pork and product is of the same immense proportions as heretofore. Sheep and lambs have been selling lower, but tbe market is 10 to 15 cents higher today, receipts 4000 head. Na tive spring lambs sold at $10.50, and 6 cars of Arizona spring lambs, weigh ing 61 to 67 pounds sold at $10.10 and $10.15. Choica Idaho lambs would bring on today's -market $10.55 to $10.60. Good clipped ewes bring $6 50 $7.00, wethers $6.75 to $7,25, feeding lambs up to $8.50. J. A. Rick art. Market Correspondent. Found Saturday on the streets of the city pocketbook. Owner can have it by proving property and pay ing for this notice. Inquire at this office. ... ,