4 ' Headquarters for
gs, Toilet Articles
t Prescriptions carefully compounded 3
day or night. "We do not substitute."
(fTT We have a large and complete stock of Stationery, Sporting
Gcods, Fishicg Tackle. Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco. j
Lowney s Chocolates and Bon-Bons. I
I Farmers if you need any money
i Harvest Expenses
don't fail to call on the
CITIZENS' STATE BANK,
One minute Washer.
Acorn Base Burners.
Pipe of all kinds.
Hods, Shovels, stove-bords.
Paints, Oil and Varnish of all kinds.
Hardware store, Hays City.
BL 1. WINTER
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Shoes and Gents' Furnishings.
ia UALITY shoe
Sc the W. L.
Remember that quality is the true
test ol Cheapness.
tjk Gassman's . $
I Shoe Shop
Try yemr- aidvei in Ms
paper and see if it don't pay you vell.
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When in need
in my line f
call and be
equipped with modern and up-to-date
Light, medium or heavy ha if -soles
sewed, on while you wait
Neat mendiiigr & invisible patchirp a specialty
Our motto: To Please You."
Pi bli-shed every Saturday morning.
Indeendi rt of any Politics.
Cutcicii as secon i-class matter in the post
oftirt at I lays, Kansas.
E.tibiished in 18b2 by Harry Freese
October 3, 1908.
Editor John Connelly, the democratic
candidate for Congress in this district,
addressed the voters at Ellis Friday and
in Hays Saturday afternoon.
Cardidate t red Robertson of Atwood
visited our voters several days last
week and told them why they should
vote for him for State Senator from
this district. Thi-, Ellis, county is
conceded to him by 600 majority.
James Be ban for Representative.
Ja-nes Behan announces this week
his candidacy for Representative for
this county in fhe Legislature. He did
not ai-k the office, but now that the
people have piven him the J.or.or he
will make tho racrf and if you believe
in and want a continuance of 'he Roose
velt policies; if you want the interests
of your county and its state institutions
looked after and pushed, he asks your
vote at the polls on election day. He
is willing to give his two month's time
down there at the little pay allowed
for tha peoples' benefit, if they decide
to eleot him.
Official Statement of Financial
Condition of the
Citizens' State Bank
At Hays City, Kansas, at the close of
business on the 23rd day of September
Loans and Discount?, $97,557.65
Bonds and warrants, 2,646.95
Furniture & Fixtures, 2,000.00
Real Estate 9,225.00
Overdrafts ,...,..: 4,743.54
Cash, Sight Exchange and
Legal reserve 230, 637. 72
Capital Stock paid in $20, 000 00
Surplus & Profits 23.023 31
Deposits 307.647 97
State of Kansas, County of Ellis, ss.
I, J. H. Ward. President of said bank
do solemnly swear that the above state
ment la true; that said bank has no lia
bilities and is not endorser on any note
of obligation other than shown on the
above statement to the best of my
knowledge and belief. So help me God
J. II, WARD, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 1st day of October 1908.
CHAS. W. MILLER, Jr.
Commission expires Feb. 7, 1912.
Insure your wheat stacks
C. W. Miller
Insurance against fire from
any cause. It will cost less
than burning a fire guard.
Chattle Mortgage Sale.
Notice is herebv given that under
the provision of a certain chattle mort-
eraere erven June 28. 1907 by one kod
ert Henlev to Ira Burk rand duly re
corded in the Register of Deeds office,
Ellis Countv. Kansas in Book R. Page
H. of Mortgage due Sept. 1, 1908, de
fault in the terms, conditions and pro
visions of said mortgage having been
violated and broken, I will proceed to
sell the property named in said mort
gage to the highest and best bidder to
wit: On Monday Oct. 12, 1908, at 10
a. m. on said day at my farm on Sec
4, Twp. 13, R. 19 west in Ellis Co. Kan
sas. I will 6ell an Advance Separator, t
twenty-two horsepower Advance Eiw
gine and all fixtures connected there
with; one John Deere wagon-gear and
one water tank. And on Wednesday,
October 14. 1908 at 10 a. m. at Ingtrons
blacksmith shop in Ellis, Ellis Co. Kan
sas. I will sell one cook snack and low
wagon, the proceeds of said sale to be
applied to payment of said mortgage,
debt and interest and costs thereto at
tached. Ira Burk, Martagee.
Ah! that's the
I6-02. Can 25c
SOLD DY ALL GROCERS.
.' 1. . (Cry ths.CetpoaaJ. ..;
GREAT MUSIC OFFER.
Send us the names of three or more
performers on the Piano or Organ and
twenty-five cents in silver or postage
and we will mail you postpaid our lat
est Popular Music Roll containing 20
pages full Sheet Music, consisting of
popular Songs, Marches and Waltzes
arranged . tor the Piano or Organ in
cluding Rudyard Knauer's famous
I "Flight of the Butterflies," "March
i Manilla" and the latest popular song,
"The Girl I've Seen."
Populai: Music Publishing Co.
Robinson's barn, Hays, Ks.
I every S71TURD71Y
Dr. I. JtL. LUJ1 13
Veterinary Dental Specialist
Dentistry: Side Liners, Bolt- 9
ers and Hard Pullers on the Bit
made to drive on an easy line. All
irregularities of the teeth remov
ed without iniurv to the horse or
9 confining him in anv manner.
The cause of numerous diseases
and disagreeable habits.
t Professional and Z
Business Cards t
E. A. Rea,
Httomey at Law,
Off lee over Zostof flee.
J. U. CATUDAL.
Physician & Surgeon.
Phonic I Office 34.
( Residence 46
Office. Citizen1 Rank block-
C. M. HOLMQUIST,
A TTO R N EY-AT-LAW.
HAYS CITY. KANSAS,
1ST NATIONAL BANK.
Phone 84, - V Hays, Kans.
Hays Gity Laundry
FRCP I LIFF, PROP.
ALL WORK FIRST
,..CLASS... We also do chemical clothes
cleaning. . , .
Work called for and delivered.
Eye and Bar Surgeon.
Dr. M. Jay Brown, the Sauna eye
and ear specialist will fill his regular
monthly date in Hays on MONDAY,
OCT. 12. Will be at the Brunswick
Three 5 room cottages: Two 3 room
cottages; One 5-acre lot close to town.
For terms see John C Adkins. 23-tf
Land For Sale.
I have for sale 400 acres, two miles
and a half from Hays, Kans., a splen
did wheat farm, about 200 acres in
wheat, all in fence. Terms reasonable.
This is a snap. See or address 43-2t
I. M. Yost, Hays, Kans.
An Automob'Ie Bargain.
A Five Passenger Oldsmobi'e Tour
ing Car, Two cylinder, four cycle, 20 to
24 hors-" power, equipped with top, etc.
ti-f Ljid only tOO miles use. Call on
The Fanners National Bank,
A fast, reliable, durable and
The Indian Motorcyle
is at your service. It holds every track
record worth having in the U. S. and
perfect scores in Great Britain 2 years.
We have some very interesting
tcck lets describing how the
. Indian is built.
Drop us a card and it will brir
enisles and bocldets. Adiresa
If You Want
One way Rates
Oct 31, 190S.
to San Francisco, Los Ange-3
les, San Diego, and other
to Portland, Tacoma,
to Everett, Bellingham,
Vancouver and Victoria.
To Weed, Cal., Ashland
Roseburg. Eugene, Al
bany and Salem, including S. Pac
branch lines in Oregon.
to Spokane and inter
mediate O. R. & N. points
Via Union Pacific
Inquire of A. W. Noble,
Do You "Want to Sell
If so kindly aend me a full description
and your price. have buyers
here in eastern Kansas whom I am
bringing to your country every two
weeks and selling land. I have im
mediate buyers for quarter sections.
and one-half sections. Don't wait but
send me a description of your land to
day. My commissions are reasonable.
O. H. McQuary, Jr. & Go.,
Real Estate Loan & Investment Co.,
Morrill, Brown County, Kans.
Or see our representativbe. C A
LEE, at our office over Post Office in
Notice for Publication. No. 0200
Department of the Interior, U.S. Land
Office Colby, liansas, sept 14, im
Notice is herebv given that Joseph
Hubbell of Havs. Kansas, who, on Sep.
21. 1903, made Homestead Entry No.
26712, Serial No. 0200 for the Nei of
Sec. 28, Township 11 south, range 18
W. 6th p. m , has filed notice of inten
tion to make final five year proof to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed belore the Probate Judge at
Hays Kansas, on the 24th day of Octo
Claimant names as witnesses:
Sidney Lawrence, David Lashelle,
Charles Lawrence, Hattie Bucklow
all of Hays P. O. Kansas.
J no. Thomas, Register.
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Afotlce tor Publication No. oms
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Colby, Kansas.
Sept. 5, loo.
Notice is hereby given that Gust
Lindquist, of Natoma, P.O. Kansas, who
on August 14, 1901. made Homestead en
try No. 25583, Serial No. 0145 for the
SEX SttX secnon i?, townsnip xi soma,
range J 6 west 6th P. M., has filed notice
of iwtention tr make final five year proof
to establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before th Probate Judge a Hays,
Kansas on the loth day of October, 1908.
Claimant names as witnesses.
James Schamburger and Frank Chrisler of
Paradise P.O. Kansas: Louis Caster and
Charles Harsh of Natoma P.O. Kansas.
Jno. Thomngs Reqistev.
Sept. 2 o 10
Your Best Friend
in time of need is a fat bank
account. It will stand by you
when all others fail. The way
to acquire this fat account is to
begin depositing and keep at it.
Citizens' State Bank
accepts very small sums and in
vites you to start an account with
it to-day. After once commenc
ing, you will need no urging to
add to your account. The bene
fits will be so obvious '
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Toilet Articles, Books,
Ice Cream, Sodas and Sundaes.
Prescriptions carefully and
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Carpets, Curtains, Matting, Wall Paper,
Pictures, Picture Frames, Etc
Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll.
WINDOW SHADES. M prices.
BABY CARRIAGES to suit.
Large assortment Carpet samples
WE IRVITE YOU TO
5T" tfV 'iiS s2'i
Going to Build
This Year ?
That it is cheaper in the long run to Build than it is to t
Rent is a conceded fact. One year's rentals amount to twice
as much as the interest on a building investment. Money saved o
is money earned don't rent, when you can save money by g
building a home of you own. 0
We can supply you with
L U M
at reasonable prices and we will gladly figure your needs with
out extra charge. Also can supply
LIME, CEMENT, and Building Materials
which you will need in building your home or making improve
ments. Come in and see us.
at varying prices.
C. Schwalier B Son
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deceive yourself by thinking
work with an implement that
will nnd it cheaper in the long run to buy a new
Wagon, Mower or Harrow,
than to try to get along with patched-up implements.
Full line of Repairs for all Implements.
Schlver Sl Aoilioldl 'o
(Successors to John Schlyer & Sons)
,H.-W. OSH AOT, ; :
Bonded in sum of $5000. : Red Estate Izsrzzz's zz$ Loacs-
INSPECT OUR GOODS.
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r r r. c firif.tr trftrlt- Dftn't
you can do another year's q
has "served itt time." You
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