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At Home and Ready to Receive Company.
That is our position now. As announced several weeks ago the increase in our business forced us to seek new and larger quarters. We
now occupy the elegant new store room erected on the opera house lot. This store has been fitted up with an eye to the convenience of
our patrons as well as to hold the immense stock of desirable merchandise that we have put into it. Our business methods, fair dealing
and low prices, have rendered this move necessary. Being now better prepared than ever, the public will find greater bargains at Yer
beck's Great Western Supply Store than ever before. We claim to have the
LARGEST STORE,
LARGEST STOCK,
LOWEST PRICES,
Of any store in Western Kansas, and believing the people appreciate buying goods at living prices, expect to deserve and receive your
patronage. - . , , " , '
Scotch lawns 5C yard.
IOC WILTON ZEPHYRS 7JC YARD.
IOC BEDFORD AND MANILA CORD 64C.
ris dimities IOC YARD.
Swiss silks UC yard.
Embroideries and laces at prices
close.
Ladies' summer vests 5C each.
to
F. C. and American Beauty Corsets.
Try a pair of F. C. or American
Beauty Corsets and enjoy the com
fort that comes with the wearing of a
good corset
This warrant with every pair:
' Money refunded after four weeks'
trial if corset is no satisfactory. "
Best dollar corset in America. A
trial will show. They come in all
the French and straight front shapes.
We carry a line of the celebrated
Kalamazoo Dress Shields. Try a
pair of Japanese silk washable
shields for light dresses.
ftlEN'S $1.50 hats, all styles, 98C.
ftEN'S $1.75 SHOES, SOLID LEATHER
COUNTERS AND TIPS, $1.42.
Ladies' fine shoes, value $2 tO $3. 50
AT $1.75 PAIR.
BOYS' SOLID LEATHER DRESS SHOES AT
$1.23 PAIR.
Ladies' shirt waists 50c to l.OO
VALUES 25C EACH.
EN'S fine balbriggan underwear at
23c garment.
Blue striped bib overalls and jumpers
. $1.00 suit. ;
We sell the ,
ELLIOTT ANT I-RUST I N G T IN W ARE.
COFFEE POTS, SAUCE PANS, WASH BASINS, DISH PANS, COMMODES, WATER PAILS, DIPPERS, WASH BOILERS, ETC.
Tinware that will wear a lifetime. Every piece positively guaranteed against rust. '
. ftFFLES. MELONS. FRESH FRUITS ftND VEGETftBLES CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
WA-KEENEY,
KANSAS.
VERBECK'S ' GREAT WESTERN SUPPLY STORE.
T0wt.m Kansas TO ork
Established March 1. 1879.
SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 1902.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
REGISTER OF DEEDS.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Register of Deeds, subject
to the action of the Republican Coun
ty convention.
O. A. Cortright.
We are authoiized to announce the
name of George V. York of Collyer
township as a candidate for the office
of Register of Deeds subject to the
decision of the Republican County
convention.
TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Treasurer of
Trego county subject to the action of
the Republican County convention.
L C. Glkasoh.
Banner News.
The third crop of alfalfa is almost
- ready for cutting.
Mrs. Harvey and daughter expect to
leave for Barton county Friday to lay
in a winter supply of peaches.
Dr. Fulton, of Quinter, was called
Saturday to see F. P. Mauzer who has
been quite sick. He is improving.
At the school meeting Thursday it
was decided to have a lady teacher.
School will commence September 1st.
Mrs. Blanche Miller (nee McKnight)
left here Saturday to join her husband
in Pueblo, Colo. She has been visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mc
Knight. . OgalUh.
Uncle Jesse Cock re 11 had the mis
fortune to lose his separator by fire
- last week.
The Miss Wagoners of Illinois are
spending the summer with relatives
in this vicinity.
Mrs. C C Yetter and Miss Bertha
Wynn attended the graduation at
"Wa-Keeoey Thursday.
Carter Collins had the adverse for
tune to lose two tine horses a few davs
ago. One was killed by lightning and
the other was cut to pieces on a barb
ed wire fence.
Mr. Ware, the lively M. W. A. dep
uty, tells us that he has 32 members
and a good prospect for 12 more.
That's right young men. We believe
and, in fact, speaking from experi
ence, we know that your money is well
spent and that you will never regret
taking a membership in the M. W. A.
organization.
C. C. Yetter was re-elected treas
urer on our school board last Thurs
day. The large vote which was cast
for him goes to show the appreciation
we have for his efficient aid. There
was some 'lively talks made which
were highly appreciated and which
withont the least shadow of big doubt
will benefit every one of us who had
the exceedingly good fortune to be
within hearing.
Collyer.
Mrs. O. B. Kessler has been on the
sck list this weeK.
Dr. Dillon left Tuesday morning for
Osborne City for good.
Frank Khrut received a car of coal
t3 run his engine with last Tuesday.
I. M. Yost shipped in a car of flour
and feed and his elevator is ready to
start.
William Tague came home from
Weskan and spent Sunday with his
family.
O. B. and Barney Kessler went to
Kansas City last week and bought and
shipped in 165 head of cattle.
Jack. Walsh arrived from Chicago
Sunday morning and Is visiting his
Drotuers on the JNortu valine.
The school at Collyer reminds one
of the days or slavery it is bartered
and traded from one year to another.
Miss Mattie Deatrich arrived home
trom Denver Friday where she was
detained four weeks on account of
sickness
Charles King was elected treasurer
at the annual school meeting and a
lady teacher was voted for, the yote
was 20 to 12.
C. C. Hickman and wife drove to
Dighton last Thursday to meet his
sister who accompanied them to Coll
yer and she is visiting her parents.
Some of the voters would J ike to
know where Hon. W. A. Reeder
stands in regard to reciprocity with
Cuba? or if he is stradle of the fence
like the Hon. J. R. Burton.
There are two amendments to the
constitution to be voted on at the fall
election. One is to elect township
officers for two years the same as
county officers, and the other is to pay
the representatives $500 per session of
50 days instead S150. The voters
should post up on these amendments
before they cast their vote. . .
For Salk Good horse, buggy and
harness. Horse absolutely sound, safe
and good driver. Can be seen at the
residence of C C Bkstor, Wa-Kee-ney,
Kans. - -
Dr M. Jay Brown, the eye, ear, nose
and threat surgeon, of Salina, Will be
in Wa-Keeoey. Monday, August 11, at
American house.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS., ,
German divine services at the Meth
odist church Sunday, August 10, at 3
o'clock p. m. Rev. Huhn, pastor.
Fat hogs wanted about 200 pounds
in weight at Geo Baker's.
Smoked hams at Baker's
vV. E. SAUM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WA-KEENEY -, KANSAS.
A. B. JONESr
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ffi-lIIHIT. - - IJ
DOCTOR
D. W. B. KURTZ. JR.
I Itotlcw of Application to PttrchaM School.
W J'"" ' ' Land- .
The undersigned hereby gives notice that
he will on the lath day of August. 1903.
make an application to the Probate Court of
lreno uonnty. tvansas, to purcnase tne fol
lowing; described school land, situated in the
organized countr of Treeo. Kansas, viz:
The northwest quarter of section 4, town-
snip -11, range za.
Ue names the following persons to prove
his settlement, continuous residence, and
improvements, vis: James Faulkner, resi
dence Wakeeney. Kansas, and H. 1. Hill-
man, residence Wakeeney. Kansas.
Done at Wa-Keeney, County of Trego.
Kansas, this 30th day of July. 1003.
Hugh Faulknbr. Jr..
Petitioner.
OG ALLAH
KANSAS,
DENTISTRY.
DR. HOSTETTER, D. D. S.
Office with Dr. Jones.
All work warranted. Teeth with
out plates. Gold crowns $5.00. Up-to-date.
ROLL A CLACK.
5 AUCTION EER. v
Will cry sales In Treiro and adjoining conn
ties. Terms right. Write or call on me at
Ellis, Kans.
sIBt WA-KEENEY RESTAURANT:
Will open for business
- Saturday, August 2, in the
middle room of the Ver
beck block.
Everything bright and new.
First-class meals at reason
able prices. ' "
Clean rooms ' and com
fortable beds.
MRS. H. M. HOPPER, Pbop.
UNION PACIFIC
LA NDS.
, C. C. BLACK, Agent.
Wa-Keeney,
Hays City,
v. Bus.
R. C. WILSON, Local Agent. - '
Wa-Kkknky - Eakb.
Notice of Application to ParclMM School
Uad.
The undersigned hereby gives notice' that
be will, on the 23rd day of August, 1902,
make an application to the Probate Court of
Trego county. Kansas, to purchase the fol
lowing described school land, situated In the
organized county of Trego. Kansas, viz:
The northeast quarter of section 12, town,
ship 14, range 2.
He names the following persons to prove
his settlement, continuous residence, and
improvements, viz: Emit avidson. residence
Wa-Keeney. Kansas, and Grant Bronson,
residence Wakeeney, Kansas.
. Done at Wa-Keenev, County of Trego,
Kansas, this 4th day of August, 1908.
C. E. Houns.
Petitioner.
FRANK WOLLNER.
; ; DEALER IN
Dry Goods. Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
Oranges, Lemons" and other
'fruits Candies, tobacco
, and cigars.
These goods are all fresh and
clean. We want your produce
Good fresh beef at Baker's.
CASH GROCERY,
J. J. DRUM MONO. PROPRIETOR
OEALER IN......
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fresh Fruits and Vegei
tables, Candies,
, tobacco and
Cigars
These goods are all, fresh and clean
Highest market price paid for
butter and eggs.
Theo. r Courtney,
DEALER IN
STAPLE GROCERIES
-UYour patronage solicited
BANNER P. O.
KANS.
NOTICE of change of Jxmivdary lino be
tween the Wa-Keeney and Colbv Land
Districts in tbe State of Kansas. Notice is
hereby given that the President of the Unit
ed States, by executive order dated June 13.
1903. in accordance with the provisions of
section 2353 of the Revised Statutes of the
United States, and by virtue of the authority
therein griveii. directed that the existinK
boundaries of the Wa-Keeney land district
and of the Colby land district, in the State
of Kansas, be. and tbey are hereby, changed
and reestablished by the transfer from the
Wa-Keeney land district to the Colby land
district of that portion of the State of Kan
sas included in township ten (10), ranges
twenty-six (20) to forty-two (42) inclusive.
Further notice of the precise time when the
land officers at Colby will be In readiness to
receive applications for the lands hereby
transferred and to transact business con
nected therewith will be given by tho Regis-
ter ana neceiver. uiven unaer my nana, at
the City of Washington, this 19th day of
June. A. D. 1903. By the President: Binges
H krm ann. Commissioner of toe General
Land Office
Timber Culture, Final Proof Notice For
Publication. No. 13105.
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan., I
June 26. 191)2 f
Notice Is hereby given that Frank C.
urimto. neir or Anna a. uurtis. oeceasea.
has filed notice of intention to make final
proof before the Register and Receiver of
the U. S. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan
sas, on the 9th day of August, 1002. on tim
ber culture application No 14333, fot the.
tortn-ast quarter or section o. in town
ship No. 15 south, range 23 west of the 6tb
He names as witnesses:
Frank H. Curtis. Edward Curtis. J. 8 iron-
son femith. Albert A. Rassicot; all of Ran
som, Kansas.
T. T. PUBCELL. Register.
Notice for Publication Ho. 13113
United States Land Office, f
Wa-Keeney. Kans July 10, 1902. f
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of her inten
tion to make final proof In support of her
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the Register and Receiver of the U. S
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kansas, on
August 25, 1902, vlz-
May Green formerly May McCoy,
Homestead Entry No. 239 for the southwest
quarter of section 2, township 10 south.
range . west oi roe otn p. m.
Site names the following witnesses to prove
her continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, via:
Zach T. Simpson and Jehu McCoy, of Le
land. Kansas; Philip Oano and J. Henry
Walker, of Happy, Kansas.
f rn DtTUrrl'TT a-
Notice of Application to Parcsuftse Scaool
Lava.
The undersiirned herebv .rives notfm that
he will, on the 16tb day of August. 1902.
make an a d plication to the Probate Court of
Trego Countv, Kansas, to purchase the fot-
organized county of Trego. Kansas, viz: -
The southeast quarter of section 38, town
ship 13 south, range J.
He names the following persons to prove
his settlement, continuous residence, and
improvements, viz: F. M. Kuperly. residence
Banner. Kansas, and L. W. Purinton. resi
dence Banner. Kansas.
Done at Wa-Keeney. County of Trego.
Kansas, this 28th day of July, 1902.
F. G. Miller.
Petitioner.
fc'ice oi imiish to pub scnooi lota
The nndeniiKited hereby rive, notice that
he will, on tbe 16th day of August. lVttL
make an application to the Probate Court of
Trego county. Kansaa. to purchase the fol
lowing described school laud, situated In the
organised county of Trego. Kansas, viz :
Tbe southwest quarter of section 3S. town
shin 13. range 26.
lie names the following persons to prove
his settlement, continuous residence, and
improvements, vis: L. W. Pari nton. resi
dence Banner. Kansas, and F. M. Epperly.
residence Banner. Kansas. -
Done at Wa-Keeney. County of Trego.
Kansas, this SBth day of July. lore.
James Wrioht.
" - Petitioner.
IFirst publication July 26. 1903.1
Senata Concurrent Resolution No. 5.
Proposing an amendment to tbe constitu
tion relating to and providing for bien
nial elections. .
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State
of Kansas, two-thirds of the members
elected to each house thereof coucurring
therein:
Sectiow 1. The following proposition to
amend the constitution of the state of Kan
sas is hereby submitted to the qualified elec
tors of the state for their approval or rejec
tion, to-wit: The constit ution of the state of
Kansas Is hereby amended by striking out
the whole of section 8 of article 4 and sec
tions 3 and 4of article of said constitution,
and inserting in lieu of said sections the fol
lowing, which shall constitute section 2 of
article 4 of the constitution : Sec. a. General
elections a. a township elections shall lie
held biennially on the Tuesday succeeding
the flrst Monday in November In the years
bearing even numbers. All county and
township nOicers shall hold their offices for
a term of two years and until their snccess-
uiowcijuBiiiinui prvvmru one county com
missioner shall be elected from each of three
districts, numbered 1, 2 and 3, by the voters
of tbe district, and the legislature shall fix
the time of election and the term of office of
such commissioners; such election to tie at a
general election, and no tsrm of office to ex
ceed six years. All officers whose successors
would, under the law as itexisted at the time
of their election, be elected in an odd-numbered
year shall ho d office for an additional
year and until their successors are qualified.
No person shall hold the office of sheriff or
county treasurer for more than two consec
tive terras.
8c. 2. This proposition shall be submit
ted to 1 he electors of this slate at tbe general
election of representatives in the year 1P08
for their approval or rejection. The amend
ment hereby proposed shall be designated
on tbe official ballot by tbe following title:
The biennial election amendment to tbe
constitution," and shall be voted for or
against as now provided by law under such
title.
SBC. 8. This resolution shall take effect
and tie In force from and after Its publica
tion in the statute-book.
Approved February 14. 1901.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Is a
true and correct copy of the original enroll
ed resolution now on file in my office, and
that the same took effect by publication in
tbe statute-book May 1. 1901.
, Geo. A. Clark.
seal. Secretary of State.
LFlrst publication July 26, 1993.1
Eoutt Cononrrtnt BwlutioB No. 21.
For tbe submission of a proposition to
amend the constitution of the state of
Kansas.
Be It resol ved by the Legislature of the State
of Kansas, two-thirds of the members
elected to each house concurring therein:
Btcnoi 1. The following proposition to
amend the constitution of the state of K an
sas is hereby submitted to tbe qualified elec
tor of the state for their approval or rejec
tion; That section 3 of article 2 be amended
to read as follows: Sec. 8. The members of
tbe legislature shall receive as compensa
tion for their services the sum of five hun
dred dollars for a regular session, and five
dollars per day for any special session, an.
three cents for each mile traveled by tiie -usnal
route In going to and returning from
the Dlace of meeting: hntsnHi tim rn.nust 1. ...
shall not in tbe aggregate exceed tbe sum of
one hundred and fifty dollars for any sueclal
session.
Snc 2. This proposition shall be submitted
to the electors of this state at tbe general
election of representatives to tbe legislature
In the year A. D. 1902, for their auproval or
rejection. The amendment hereby proposed
shall be designated on the official ballot by
the following title: "The amendment to the
constitution relating to the compensation of
members of the legislature." and shall l
voted for or against as provided by law ai
der such title.
bic 3. This resolution shall take eflWt
and be in force from and after its publica
tion in tbe statute-book.
Approved February 28. 1901.
I herebv certifv that the forerofnxr Is. trnn
and correct copy of the original enrolled
resolution now on file in iny office, and that
the same took effect bv nublicatlon in the
statute-book May 1, 1901.
, IEU. A. I LAHI.
Lscai.. - Secretary of State.

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