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e CHRISTMAS More especially this year many will lack the comforts and good-cheer which we have prayerful "thought for all will add greatly to our own true enjoyment of the season. (Just a "thought.") fir GREETINGS ! WALTER F. SWIGGLTT 1 Ninete en-Si xteen. . I Fairbank Morse Engine and. Electric Light Plant Your engine does the work. You have the lights you want. Electric fans keep yon cool and chase flies away. You can run the wash machine with an electric motor. You can iron without standing over a hot stove, by using an electric flat iron. You can clean house with a vacumn cleaner. Your engine will pump water too and do any kind of work requiring power. It gives you 24 hous service without the necessity of starting up the engine every time lights are wanted. We will be pleased to have you call on us so we can explain the economy and durability, of this wonderful lighting, system. P. E. KERAUS A UJORD TO CHRISTMAS PIANO BUYERS Everybody knows that Christmas the Piano man's harvest when you pay big profits. You can eliminate this loss, however, by taking advantage of our Factory-to-Home Sailing Plan and Profit-Sharing System, and save from. $100 to $200. Our Pianos are Quality Pianos, fully guaranteed for 25 years, backed by our 59 years' Piano experience and by our entire capital and resources of over $1,000,000.00. Write today how to obtain a Piano or Player Piano Free, and our catalog, prices and all other information will be sent by return mail. DON'T DELAY! DO IT MOW! SchmoIIer & Mueller Piano Co. Manufacturers of High Grade Pianos and Player Pianos 1311-13 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. Established 1859 Piease send your catalogue and all information about your u excelled Piano and Player Piano offers. fr ame ..... Address ...... G 13 Hogs Wanted ! Tuesday Dec. 26, 1916 Highest Market Price Paid FARMERS' UNION GOOD LANDS FOR LITTLE HONEY In the wheat belt of Weld county, Colo. Prices now from $15.00 to 825.00 per acre, but will soon advance. First crop will pay for the land at present prices. An opportunity to buy a home or make a good investment. For further information write T. V, Addington, Xew Baymer, Colo., or A. F. Koapp, at Loveland, Colo Adv 2 The Trejfo County Co-operative as- lociation has corn for sale at their elevator Adv 40 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S PASTOR I A Don't Blame the Child Don't scold your children for lack of control over the kidney secretions. It is not always the children's fault in many cases it means weak kidneys and can be readily righted. Bead this Wa-Keeney's mother's advice: Mrs. J. Harzmann, Wa-Keaney, says: "One of my children, now six years old had kidney weakness of long standing. She was unable to control the kidney secretions, especi ally at night and this was a source of annoyance both to her and to me. We tried different medicines, but were- disappointed. Finally I got bold of Doan's Kidney Pills and they proved just what was needed. One box cured her of the trouble and there hasn't been any return of it. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney ; Pi!ls-xhe same that Mrs. Harzmartn recommends! Foster- MUburn Co.Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. Voda Merry Christmas and a Happy Kew Year to all. Pryce Owens is sojouring In. Texas now days. " -Albert Owens returned home from Topeka Monday. , A. Klaus and son spent Saturday and Sunday in Hays. Ralph Kristof assisted Chas. Spena in butchering beef .Tuesday. Chas. Kristcf and Jason Griffith were Hill City visitors Tuesday. Mrs. J.- Bordovsky sr. is visiting with Mrs. Franic Krbut this week. Miss Vivian Owens is home from Concordia spending the holiday sea son. Several of the children around here are absent from school on account of the grippe. , Bichard Owens has several brick layers from Topeka and' Manhattan at work on his house. Fred Schwanbeck says he expects to fatten up this winter as they butchered 6 hogs and a beef Monday. Messrs. Alf Schimkowitsch and Stanley Austin spent Sunday at Balph Kristof's. Wonder what the chief attraction is? The Phares section east of town was sold to a party whose name - we did learn from Indiana and at pres ent they are busy putting up a house. A person in the name of W. D, Austin arrived on the scene last Thursday after an abscence of three years. It's a dollar against a hole in a doughnut that they all come back to Kansas some day. Mr. and Mrs. Balph Kristof enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. B. Owens, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Austin, Mrs. Geo. Kristof and Messrs. Chas. and John Kristof, Alf Schim kowitsch and Stanley Austin. The Voda local held a special meet ing Saturday and installed its new officers after which an interesting and instructive lecture was rendered by Mr. Swanson on Co-operation. Lunch was served afterward to which the members did ample justice. South Trego Snow, beautiful snow. A merry Christmas to all. Miss Grace Hamm visited at A. B. McKinley's Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schneider and family are sporting a brand new Ford. Mr. an! Mrs. Pete Schneider spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mc- Kinley. Mr. and Mrs. John Wiedeman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Deines. ' John Schemm, the paper hanger man, was papering at Harm Schneid er's on Wednesday. Mr., and Mrs. Herman Heitman's reception was celebrated last Friday night and a No. 1 time was reported. Mr. -and Mrs. George Stevings and John Beece of Bazine visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Wiedeman over Sunday. Will Schneider traded his Pullman car for a Case and A. B. McKinley traded his Ford for a Case also. These gentlemen believe in up-to-date cars. Mr. and Mrs. James Benisch and Miss Grace Hamm took: Sunday din ner with Commissioner and Mrs. A. H. Hamm and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Folkers and son Herman, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ben- smeyer returned last Sunday from several days visit at Medicine Lodge and Lamed. They report a fine time. Willcox Mr. and Mrs. Martin Clauson have a new girl. Frank Lyon's children are down with the grip. - Fine snow here and the wheat looks alive and bright. Clarence Bepshire and family spent Sunday at Harry Marcy's. Joseph Jackson, is some better; be enjoyed a visit from his daughter and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Lyons entertain ed Mr. and Mis. Budolph Beaswick from Utica the first of, the week. Mrs. George Lynn has been in Ban- so m some lately helping to care for the new nephew at Will Barclay's. John Olson was up to Wa-Keeney Friday in his Super six to meet his brother, Alfred from Lincoln county. . Mr. and Mrs. Jfyle Cook are the proud parents of a boy. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stowe motored ddwn to Waldo to see the new grandson. A big crowd attended Literary at South Downer Friday night. Every body come to tiie next meeting. Soc ial after the next literary meeting. The students at Willcox school are doing excellent work this term. The school will have a Christmas .tree Friday and a big program.- Miss Nina ITeff, teacher. Strayed One large bay. horse-colt 7 months old. S. L. Powers, Ogallab, Kan. Adv 41 -Kitstontents 15Tluid Prachn if 'O 8 mm 5-3 3 f AVe$etabtefteparauoofA i similatin$theKa 7f" I- . . j o4 rattans n ehOotain.Morphuie A Mineral. Not Nahcotkj V k A' lull ror Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always A. B. JONES Physician and Surgeon Wa-Keeney, Kansas AhelpftttRemedyfer Constipation and Diarrtu i and Feverishness ana , LOSS OF SLEEP resulting therefromn1? rac-Simfle Signafrt,t Bears the jf of LW" J J. Use jr .For DR. C. S. WALL ECLECTIC Physician and Surgeon Office In Central Telephone Building Office Phone 57 Residence 10 - Wa-Keenbt, Kansas Over Thirty Years DR. W. J. KIDDER PHYSICIAN AND SUllGEON ALL ANSWERED DAY OR MOHT WITK 8 KUWB lil.I - X-RAY MACHINE Plion 75 Day or Night Wa-Keeney - - Kansas LUMBER COAL GRAIN Estimates Cheerfully Furnished GOOD WEIGHTS AND GOOD PRICES GIVEN FOR YOUR GRAIN The Hardman Lumber Go. H. J. Hille. Pres. W. G. Baker. Victf-Rres. A. H. Blair. Cashier C B. Hille.Ass't. Cashiet W. J. Steel ton. Second v ice Ires. Capital $25,000.00 TREGO COUNTY STATE BANK General Banking Dirkctobs H. J. Hille WA-KEENEY, KANSAS W. J. Skelton P. S. Oiebold W G. Baker A. H. Blaii S. IVI. HUTZEL Buys and Sells Real Estate Leases Lands Collects Bents Pays Taxes for Non-Residents Special attention given to Collections- Correspondence solicited Wa-KEENEY, KANSAS EL ID. Wheeler , REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE Farms, Ranches, and Town Property. Attends to busi ness for non-residents. Cor respoudence solicited. Wa-Keeney, Kansas (First Published in Western Kansas World November 25. 1916 Notice of Final Settlement State of Kansas. Tregx County, ss. In the Probate Court of said County. In the matter of the estate of Abraham V. Hix- son. deceased. Creditors of and other persons interested in the aforsaid estate, are hereby notified, that at the next regular term of the Probate Court in and for said county, to be beg-un and held at the court room in Wa-Keeney, county of Trego, and state aforesaid, on the first Monday in the month of January A. D. 1SI7. I shall apply to said court for a full and final settlement of said estate. , JOHN G. HIXSON. Administrator ot Abraham V. Hixson de ceased. November 21. A. D. 1916. KIDNEY f REMEDY, V boa of weU 4Zf tZi known dfrratc ff SMl ' le aseots of . ffy. J llr'SWr Pliable I I A&Styy treatment V &Va ders of kidneys, blad- I mO' derand urinary V tract, pa-- and Ifj J weakness n the I I I llew back, scald JZmlmm ing, bum- yr , in;, suppres- i ' Jion, discolora tion or insafficiect eeretioa of tbe mine and for droMical condt- tionfl. Sold under Doe Stive mooey-rmrlr glisrantw . of I Wa-Keeney Drug 'Store LEE CRAMLY, Prep. R'resh pom at Baker's, adv B. F. BINDER Contractor and Builders Plans and Specifications Furnished. Satisfaction Guaranteed ' Pnone 67 Wa-Keeney, - Kansa WELL BORING JVells Bored and Cased on Short Notice. All Work Guaranteed. Youi Patronage Solicited. T. W. MAYMARD Contractor and Builder Plans and Specifications Furnished All Work Guaranteed Wa-Kebnkt, . Kansas Cheap Money To loan on Trego County land. Long time, easy payments, low rates. Jno. Jones The Wa-Keeney State Bank will make you a loan on your land any time you want it. ' Come in and see them. adv. 7 Protect your radiator with a Gordon Radiator and Hood cover for any make of car. For sale at Pickering's garage. Adv 3$ - - - Children Cry "FOU FLETCHER'S 5 AS TO FR I A Dr. Funderburk Surgery and Medicine Special treatment of diseases of the Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat. Eyes tested and glasses fitted. , Sundays by appointment. Ogallah, Kansas I 1:1 PlTT' Copy of Wrapper. nl cintaui mmr. mum wi errr. DR. U. S. MILLER DENTIST . Permanently located. All work guaranteed Phones Office 151. Residenc 58 WA-KEENEY - - KANSAS l. P. ARNOTT .Graduate Veterinarian 19. Residence phone No. i arm phone JNo. 4oo WA-OENEY KAN3A JOHN R. PARSONS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Wa-Keeney - Kansas - JULIUS HILLMAN AUCTIONEER 3ENERAL FARM SALES CRIEC ANYWHERE SEE Mf, WHITE OR RHONE 1003 OGALLAH, KANSAS STANLEY J. STRAW LICENSED EM BALM ER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR A II calls answered day or night. Office 'phone HO residence; 79. For Bargains. ;' in REAL ESTATE . see J. T. W. CLOUD Wa-Keeney, Kansas Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A FAR 1 m ISYOlM NEAREST NEIGHBOR? One great use of the telephone! on the farm is that it gives COMPANIONSHIP . . . . . It brings 'your friends to your takes you to them, no matter how far away they may live. It summons help In an . emer-i rency. It invites company for the birth day, wedding, and other anniver-. saries dear to every home., And back of these conveniences is that other rreat use BUSINESS Don't hold back any longer .drop, a card today to Wa-Keeney Telephone Co. and a representative will call to- explain bow very little it costs to.) bve this service. - - . ( Western Electric 'Telephones ' gjiarantee. you best service., '