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LUMP and NUT COAL Strictly first class in every way WALTER f . Phone One-Two-Three Pure Bred License 2298 ( ,d JENEAU 23495 Registered French Draft Stallion Juneau is 6 years old, color black, white bind feet. Pedigree Juneau 16989, Dam An nie 16893. ' Will make the season of 1917 at my farm 7 1-2 miles southeast of wa-Keeney. Terms $12.00 to insure colt to stand and suck; mares disposed of or removed from the neighborhood will be considered with foal and owner must pay service fee. Mare and colt will stand good for service of horse. Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should anv occur. HUGH R. WONNER, Owner Pure Bred License 1150 FAUTON 97491 Registered Percheron Stallion n aucon is 4 years old; color black, star; weight 2200 lbs. Y -J I . C 1 J 1 Aft.,... imn-m. Dam, Colena 41135. Will make the season of 1917 at my farm 3 miles west of town every -day in the week except Saturday after noon from 1 to 5 when no work will be done. Terms $12.00 to insure colt to stand and suck; mares disposed of or removed from the neighborhood will be considered with foal and owner must pav service fee. Mare and colt will stand good for service of horse. Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should any occur: No cut made on any number of mares. JOE H. SPENA, Owner Pure Bred License No. 501 Percheron Stallion Stubbs No. 8826 Recorded with ped igree in the Perch eron Society of A merica. Sired by Imported Beautor 46251; Dam, Hattie 57228; she took the State Fair in 1913. Joffard, grandsire of Stubbs, won the gold medal at the St. Louis exposition over all stallions. Will make the season of 1917 at my farm 4 miles due north of Voda, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at tha Cyrill Krhut farm 2 miles west and 2 miles north of Voda. Terms $10.00 to insure live colt, due when colt is foaled; $7.50 when proved to be in foal; $5.00 for service season. Parting with mares or re moving from the vicinity where own ed when bred causes service fee to become due at once. Will use care to prevent accidents but will not be re sponsible should any occur. All mares bred subject to the new service lien law. H. R. PEEK. Phone 625 " First published In The Western Kansas World, March 10.-1917) Administrator's Notic State of Kansas. Treg-o County: In the Probate Court held in and for said County and State: Notice is hereby riven that letters of ad ministration, with will attached, upon the estate of John Hoover, late ot Treeo county, Kansas, deceased, have been rranted to the undersigned. John K. Parsons, by the Pro bate Conrt of said county of Treo, bearing date te 2nd day of March. 1917. AU persons having claims against said es tate are required to exhibit them to me for allowance, within one year after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate: and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the time of the publication of this no tice, they will be torever barred. Dated this 5th day of March A. D. 1017. JOHN B. PARSONS. -A d in inistrator. Estate of John Hoover, deceased. For Sale Thoroughbred Rhode Is land Red eggs for setting. 50 cents a dozen. Mrs. W.J. Beardwell, phone 764. Adv. 52 6t. ALE SWIGGETT ' (First published in the Western Kansas World. March 17. 1917) Ordinance No. 172 An ordinance calling for an election for the ruivvsc cictuuK omcers in tne city ot Wa-Keeney. Kansas, and designating the time and nlarp fnr hnMin. i . Be It ordained by the mayor and council men of the city of Wa-Keenev. Kansas- Section i. That an election shall be held on Monday, the second day of April. 1917. at . ... ' - 11 i Luun uouse or said c,ftyi Wa"Keeney. Kansas, for the purpose iuuuiui( city omcers, to-wit Five Councilmen. One Police Jiirire . sf c- That this ordinance shall take ef- cation in the official city paper. awiovcu J NO. F. JONES, r -r mayor. I. J. H. Hff km a n fit V M.rlr w- ir- . ...iiBas. ucreoy ceniry tnat tne above is a true copy of ordinance No. 17 of said city and that the same was passed by .... ....... yi . ii v Lue mayor. Mar. 5. 1917. and that said ordinance No. 178 " vuimjuicu in tne western Kansas World. Wa-Keeney. Kansas, and that the vote on ? Passa-8-e of the same is recorded u jumudi oi tne council proceedings. Seal City Clerk. (First published in The Western Kansas World March 10, 1917.) Administrator's Notica Sht.nfnn. n, . In the Probate 'court held in and for said Nntlra la haK .... . cu, iudi letters or xn n, 'T'Z ,:t"v", rrV LUC estate or rrancis ? ld" 1 we of Tre county. Kansas, deceas- . . j v. i l uudLc MJari or said coun February, 1917 luc All persons having claims against said es tate are required to exhibit them to me for ai -"H06, wlthP ne year after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from ai TJ"5?68 of such estate: and if such Si ?v.be.r,,ot exhibited within two years from the time of the publication of this no- Dated this 5th day of March A. D. 1917 C. C. BAIRD. Estate of Francis Baird. deceaiea8"710'' D0NT TAKE A CHANCE Wa-Keeney People Should Act in Tims If you suffer from backache: If you have headache. If the kidney secretions are irregu lar, . Don't delay likely your kidneys are sick. wa-Keeney people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's a Wa-Keeney woman's ex perience: Mrs. C. E. Acre, wa-Keeney, says: "I had been troubled somewhat from my back. My kidneys were at fault and when I read of Doan's Kidney PiUs, I began using tfcem. Three boxes made a cure that has lasted. I advise the use of Doan's Kidney Pills in all cases where a good kidney medicine is needed." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidnev Doan's Kidney -Pillsthe same that Mrs. Acre uses. Foster-Milburn Company, Props Buffalo, N. Y Ad. Cheap Money To loan on Trego County land. Long time, easy payments, low rates. tJfxxo. F". Jones Pure Bred License 1865 . G10RIEAUX 27454 - Registered French Draft Stallion Glorieaux is 4 years old, color black, weight 1700 lbs. Will make the season of 1917 at my farm every day in the week except on Saturday afternoon from 1 to 5. Terms $10.00 to insure colt to stand and suck; mares disposed of or removed from the neighborhood will be considered with foal and owner must pay service fee. Mare and colt will stand srood for service of hors Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but will not be responsible should any occur. J. M. ZtMAN, Owner Lennle Zeman is building a new cuiciten nouse. , Pryce Owens was in Ellis on busi ness tnis week.. John Bordovsky had a severe at tacit or the grippe. David Owens is working in the Armancrout garage. Philip Krhut and Ralph Owens were out duck bunting Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Zeman spent bunday evening at John Connors. Gravity seems to draw Alf Schim- Kowitscn to K. Kristofs here lately Miss Josie Spena and Fred Schmitt spent fauna ay evening at li. Kristofs. For Sale z Thoroughbred Poland unina male bog. A good one. R. Kristof. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kristof ate bunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. u. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. R. Owens were Sun day visitors at Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ldttiecnilds. Our jovial blacksmith Wm. McVey is back again at his old blacksmith stand in voda. Bert Kvasnicka and Julia Danicek motored to Hays last Wednesdav and became one while there. Chas. Kristof. P. J. Krhut. W. K. Haley and Ralph Owens motored to utica and Ransom Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. Malinowskv and Mr. and Mrs. John Bordovsky spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Razak and family. Mrs. C. Thiel. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kristof, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Bailev and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Austin. The batchelors of this community took advantage of the moonlight nights last week and escorted their ladles to the show every night. A number of friends and relatives from the south part of the countv motored to Voda Friday- night and urprised Mr. and Mrs. Raloh Kris tof. The evening was socially " spent South Trego Albert Deitz left for Hays Monday morning to visit bis parents. Ask Frank Benisch how loner it took him to go to Voda last Friday night? Mrs. James Benisch SDent Wednes day afternoon with Mrs. John Wiede man, jr. Mr. Dodge, from Ransom, was doc. toring Frank Benisch's Dodge car last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schneider and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McKinley and family.: Mr. and Mrs. John Wiedeman and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kichman and family. James Benisch returned from Wil son Monday night where he visited relatives and friends the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Folkers re turned last Saturday from Kananolis and Wilson where they visited rela tives. Mrs. A. R. McKinley left for Havs Thursday morning- to be with her lather, E. R. Sitz, who had a stroke of paralysis. Last Thursday- Mr. Ropp, who lives on the Arnott ranch, had a runaway and was quite badly hurt. Dr. Her rick was called and he is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lohman return ed from Russell Tuesday where they attended the funeral of Mr. Lob. man's brother David who died after a long sick spell. A Surprise Last Friday while Mr and Mrs. Frank Benisch motored to Voda to surprise some of their friends they were surprised themselves as their Dodge car would just ero that far and no furrher. Frank says this is the second Dodge car for him and if she don't recover, I'll get me a Chevrolet again. Collyer Harry Allison contracted a case of or pneumonia fever and is quite sick at present. , W. C. P. Rhoads. of WaKeeney made a business trip to Collyer Thursday evening. F. L. Purinton left for Kansas Citv Thursday night where he will buy two or three cars of cattle. Mrs. Frank Holt, who was taken to the hospital, is reported to be get ting along as well as could be ex pected. .-"- Mrs. Chas. Downey is in Havs at the hospital this week with their in fant son, who has not "been well for the past two weeks. Mail Carrier Ralph Austin left last Monday evening for Atchinson and other eastern points. Walt Krhut covers his route during his absence. Antone and Sebastine Malsom hava sold their wheat and will have a sale March 26th, preparatory to movinc to Montana where they will home stead. Miss Minnie Til ton returned from Kansas City the first of the week where she )ad been In University . 1 iHajjaijgg) i at mH(ir.-3 PER CEK& A VixJof ahlp rVeoaralioii6r As c.-miintifMMheFDadbvBenUr I ThereWPromotinDistioC; Cheerfulness ana nesiwio , neither Opium, Morp&uie nv Mineral. Not NAhcoto t.v .... i A helpful RemedyBJT f Gonstipatiofiand Diarrtwe r" I and Fcwcrishness ana t' resulting metxfrom-mimaocy. j racbiraue 3na---- Thi Centatjb C okpant. ISETVV Exact Copy of Wrapper. hospital and seems to be considerably better. Mrs. Joseph Hladek, who has been ailing for some time, passed away Wednesday morning March 14 at the family home in Collyer. Mr. and Mrs. Hladek are among the oldest residents of this county and resided for many rears on their farm south east of Collyer. She leaves a husband and seven sons to mourn her death. The funeral will be held at 2 p. m. at the Baptist church in Collyer. Big Creek -Not much farm -work done yet in this vicinity. Lots of complaints of colds over the county this spring. Wilmer Griest died in the hospital at Hays last week from Bright's dis ease. ' Mr. and Mrs. Adam' Sauer have been very sick bat are getting some better again. There has been considerable sor ghum and kafir seed sold on the streets of Ell is lately. Owing to shortness of fodder crops ast year cattle will come out of the winter thin this spring. Lee Wagg had the misfortune to dislocate his ankle and break one bone in his leg in Kills last Saturday. That was a splendid lot of moist ure that we got Monday and Tuesday last and we are sure it will be very beneficial. The officers in enforcing the bone dry law are causing lots of grief to some people but we will all get used to it in time. FOR SALE -2 second hand autos. one roadster and one touring car. inquire at tins office. adv. 3-4 MERCHANTS WlfE ADVISES WA- KEENEY WOMEN 'I had stomach , trouble so bad I could eat nothing but toast, fruit and hot water. Every thingelse sour ed and formed gas. Dieting did no good. I was miserable until I tried buckthorne ' bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka. ONE SPOON FUL benefited me INSTANTLY, Because Alder-i-ka empties BOTH large and small intestines it relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stom ach or gas and prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST action of any thing we ever sold. w. w. Gibson, Druggist. - HIGH COST OF LIVING" , REDUCED. AU necessities. Groceries, Paints. Oils and Stock Foods at wholesole prices. Salesmen go into a good. sound money-making business of your own. , l o capital required. Build home and bank ascounts as hundreds of other men are now doing. Our goods and house Nationally Known. Ask your banker. Establish a regu lar trade in vour home territory. No collections or losses. Experience not necessary with our simple but efiect- ve selling pian wtnen earns lor vou $100 to $450 monthly easy. Exclusive protected territory. Write today for more information. John Sexton & Co., wholesale grocers, Lake & Frank lin sc., unicago, in. advlt J. II. TALMAGE HOUSE PAINTING SIGNS Wa-keexey, Kansas jUxSemma 1 rrv-,-. ci4roi ii i i im iiiiiiii For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria A Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years THI tfRTWII OMMMV. MCW YORK CITT. TO BE THE BIGGEST GOLDEN BELT The twentieth annual meeting of the Golden Belt Educational Assoc iation which meets at Hays, March 23 and 24 in the building of the Havs Normal which will be the biggest one ever held. The sessions will take place In the Sheridan Coliseum seat ing 3500. The headline speakers include J Frank Hanly, former governor of Indiana, Prohibition Presidential candidate and congressman; E. O Sessions, commissioner of education of Idaho; W. D. Ross and Miss Julia M. Stone. x Henry Edward Malloy will present Friday night the first grand opera ever produced iri Western Kansas, Verdi's masterpiece "II Trovatore with practically a professional cast including Mr. and 'Mrs. Cranston formerly of the Savage Grand Opera Company and Archibald G. Todd Saturday night Miss Elsie Macintosh will present the comedy, "An Amer lean Citizen," by Ryley. In addition to the regular sessions. four other conferences are scheduled to be held during these days. The Library Association of Western Kan sas, The School Board Conference, The Ministerial Conference of the clergy of the Golden Belt district and The Golden Belt Editorial Confer ence. The boys and girls themselves will have one big day devoted to contests in reading, oratory, short story, spell ing nature study, art. manual train ing, music, agriculture, history and domestic science and art. PudII from twelve counties will be In Hays to contest. The officers of the association are n. Coover, Ellsworth. President Louis Christiansen, Hays, Vice President; Maude McMindes, Hays secretary; Joseph Kellog, Ogallah Treasurer. The executive committee comprises H. Coover, J. H. Niesley S. L. Soper and W. W. Sullivan Rooms may be reserved in Hays for those days by addressing R. L. Par ker, Hays. FINAL EXAMINATIONS The dates of the diploma exam in ations for rural schools are April 7 and 14; for graded schools May 4 and 5. , The order of subjects will be as follows: April 7 Reading, arithmetic, phy siology, civics, geography, Kansas history. April 14 Writing, classics, U. S. History, spelling, grammar. agriculture. The order of subjects for May 4 will be the same as April 14 and May 5 the same as April 7. There will be but one set of questions in each subject and each list will cover the entire subject. The examinations of April 7 and 14 will be held at the following places and pupils may go to the ' place that is most Convenient. District 1, Wa Keeney; district 2, Collyer; district 3- Ogallah; district 46, Voda; dfistrict'5, Bosna; district 7, Banner; district 21, Ford; district 14, Diamond; district 18, Adair; district' 29, Willcox; district 39, Riverside; district 50, Atha; dis trict 47, Trego Eilis joint. " ' - MlSKIB O'Neil, ..County Supt. For Sale Fcur good milk cows and three calves by side. Mrs. -A". W. Mong. Phone 417, WaKeeney, Kan FIX S Y r IV-IK sas- . xdv 3 2to ""-a.' Bjoms-. Physician and Surgeon Wa-Keeney, Kansas DR. C. S. WALL ECLECTIC Physician and Surgeon Office In Central Telephone Buildin Office Phone 57 Residence 10 Wa-Kkbsnby, Kansas 13R. W. J. KIDDER , raYSICIAJV AND SURGEON ALL CALIJS AN' W K RED A.Y OR ' ' SUITS S "KUNK BU X-RAY MACHINE ; Phone 75 Day or Nicrht Wa-Keeney - Kaisjs Dr. Funderburk Surgery and Medicine Special treatment of diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Eye.s tested and glasses fitted. Sundays by appointment. Ogalixah, Kansas, Phone 1111 DR. U. S. MILLER DENTIST Permanently located. All work guaranteed Phones Office 151. Residenc 58 LL. P. ARNOTT Graduate Veterinarian . Residence Dhnne N'n. 1Q Farm phone No. 455 WA-KKKNBT KAKSA JOHN R. PARSONS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Wa-Keeney - Kansas JULIUS HILLMAN AUCTIONEER aNERAL FARM SALES CRIEC ANYWHERE SEE MS, WRITS OR PHONE 1QO OGALLAH. K ANSAS STANLEY J. STRAW LICENSED EM BALM ER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR All calls answered day or night. Office 'phone 110 residence 79. For Bargains in REAL ESTATE see J. T. W. CLOUD Wa-Keeney, Kansas E. D. Wheeler REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE Farms, Ranches, and Town Property. Attends to busi ness for non-residents. Cor respondence solicited. Wa-Keeney, Kansas S. IM. HUTZEIj Buys and Sells.- ' Real. Estate Leases Lands Collects Rents Pays Taxes for Non-Residents Special attention given to Collections Correspondence solicited , Wa-KEENEY. KANSAS T. W. MAYMAED Contractor and Builder Plans and Specifications Furnished All Work Guaranteed Wa-KbeNBY, . KAKSA8 B. F. BINDER Contractor and Builders Plans and Specifications Furnished. Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone 67 "Wa-Keeney, - Kansas W1VI LAW WELL BORING Wells Bored and Cased on Short Notice. - All Work Guaranteed. Your Patronage Solicited. Wheat Land Bargain We have two Quarters and nn.i,.ir quarter of nice, smooth Gove countv wheat land for sale at il0.no nor . Call and let us show it. V. E. NIQIETTE Office second door north of postoffice.