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WaKeeney State Bank of WA-KF.ENEY, KANSAS At the Cicse of Business April 1st, 1U0 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $161,085.01 Overdrafts 31360 Bank Building 1,000.00 Expenses Cash and Sight Exchange.. 122,849.68 v ' 285,248.49 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $25,000.00 Surplus and Profits 31,793.50 Deposits 228,449.99 $285,248.49 The above Statement is correct. Chase T. Wilson, Cashier. Good Roads and Good Vehicles Are both essential in making travel upon our public highways pleasant as well as profitable and without either the road would most certainly be a long, rough and tiresome one. Good Wagons, . Buggies or Surries insure both comfort and safety when jou are traveling upon the public highway either for pleas ure or profit and we handle only those kind of vehicles that a,re uuraoje- ana reliable and guaranteed to eive satisfaction Our wagons are of the highest standard manufactured, the Cooper and Fish Bros. Makes. Thev are stron-lv hnilt, for Tiai-ri oa-;. j , selected material, neatly painted and are reinforced with iron eina sirengtn is necessary to make them durable and stand up under heavy loads Our line of Bu rgies, Surries and Spring Wagons is like wise from the best factories. We carry constantly stock a superior assortment of high-grade vehicles, the Haddock and Emerson Newton Makes, none better on the mar- 1 TU-r. 4.4. . m appearance, built for both comfort and durability with the best material obtainable. We have them in several styles painted m Black. Red and wine colors. They must be seen and used to be appreciated. Whether you wish to buy a wa gon i or t buggy NOW or later, come in and look over our line the QUALITY " of our vehicles will remain long after the price is forgotten. Marquand & Myerly, - Wakeeney. Miss Margaret Swiggett an nounces her candidacy for re nomination for register of deeds in this issue. Miss Swiggett needs no introduction to our readers as she has made a very efficient official in the past and will do so in the future, if the Democrats see fit to nominate and elect her. I. D. Young, of Beloit, was in the city Tuesday in the interest of his candidacy for congress. Mr. Young informed us that he had canvassed nearly all the twenty-two counties of the dis trict and found the situation en couraging indeed. Next week we will publish a few extracts from his home paoer the Beloit Gazette relative to his qualifica tion for the office to which he aspires. Mr. Young is a very pleasant man to meet, a good campaigner and an able lawyer. Wanted pasture. About 20 horses J. P. A. Elvert. to Decoration Day Committees for Memorial Day exercises, Sunday, May 29 and Decoration Day nroerram. Mon day, May 30, are as follows: Committee on Speakers R. C. Wilson, J. W Phares, C. L. Hardman. Committee on Music Mrs. I T. Purcell, Miss Edith Scott, Miss Blanche Gorrell. Committee on Decorations Mrs. A. J. Ellermeyer, Mrs. G. W. Marshall, J H. Heckman. Other committees will be ap pointed as deemed adyisable. Each committee is privileged to rppoint such sub-committees as they ma2 deem necessary. y order of Commercial Club. Dance in Big Creek hall Fri day evening, May 13. Every body invited. Get to the Union Depot on the I r riuay, evening, iuay otn or you may miss your train. Let er ram. White Spot J. J. Hyde. Union Depot, night. - - All aboard to- j H a COME Mound City Paints may cost a triliu more, o'lt ! Vtirbeck & Lucas." Pure home Baker's. made lard at S This is the paper to advertise in it goes into 1000 homes each week. Mrs. Herry Staatz returned home this week from a visit with relatives at Enterprise and Junction City. xjight service statements have been mailed this week. These must be paid on or before the Ibth inst., or penalties will be added. Every member oiihe. Commer cial Club should attend the spe cial meeting at the court house next Tuesday night, May 10th. Swell the crod with you pres ence be a pusher. The World is a little short on "personals" this week caused by not having sufficient help to get them in type being only two, in stead of fou r people employed and the "Shorties" didthework. Many ills come from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty digestion, lazv liver and sluggish bowels. Burdock Blood Bitters strengthen stom ach, bowels and liver, and puri lies the blood. to our store, iook over spring line of Curlee our new Clothes. You have never seen anything handsomer in clothes; all the newest shades and patterns of of fahries every new idea stvle and make. in Curlee Clothes The "Bull Prog Orchestra" is at present the leading musical organization in what Secretary vvuson once termed the arid' region Western Kansas the best agricultural country on the map in America, of which Wa Keenev is tne nuo. Will Kelly and J. H. Murray went fishing last Sunday and you can ask Murray if fish don't bite in dry weather as well as in wet. He landed a channel cat that weighed 3 1-2 pounds and Bill Kelly says he had several on his hook that weighed at least b pounds, (but they got away.) Joe C. Reeder, of Mt. Carroll, 111., arrived Wednesday and now has charge of the first chair in Poffenburg's tonsorial parlor. Air. Keeder comes well recom mended, is well pleased with Wa-Keeney and . her people and will move his family here in the near future. Poff should call his place the Joe Joe" shop. SOME FINE OLD CHEESE is NOW on tap It's ripe and delicious. There s that sharp taste to it that makes your moutb water mat digests your food. This is a rare good cheese. The next time your'e down town try to think of it, and let us slice you off a piece Try a pound to-day you'll surely want more for your Sunday dinner, but its good any day for any meal. STAlt GROCERY jf delicious, healUiM2U' , ,,, most valuable mSiVB'CA ffggggg dient, the active principle, to JTb JjWJ ii mL A SaIring3Pfc?7der JpfS Ifliiifllll "yes wholesome and JW CVl tjlftfSViK dctonsloodfor every S ' are different from ordinary ready-to-wear clothes. The faultlessness of .the fit and the individuality of the styles will appeal to you instantly. We carry a most' com plete stock of these good clothes and vite-you to come in and look them even if you don't intend to buy just now. It is well to be posted and there is no bet ter spot, to learn the latest styles in fash ionable wearing apparel than right here. in- over Suits, $6 to $25 ggya i,i iij i rail 5X3 Cowm oold tmjs TT! El Comfortable FOOTWEAR, UP-TO-DATE HATS and GENTS'S FURNISHINGS. G. H. J East Side Main St. BRONSON, Wa-Keeney, Kansas. to Tax Notice Payers Sections 1 and 2 of Chapter 251 of the laws of 1909, read in part as follows: Section 1 Every person of full age and sound mind, ac counting officer or other person designated by any person, com pany or corporation, shall list at its true value in money all per sonal property subject to tax ation of which such person, com pany or corporation is the owner. lesse or occupant, navmg any interest in or exercising any control over any personal pro perty, including all moneys in his possession, or subject to his order, check or draft, and all credits due or to become due from that person, company or corporation, whether in or out of the county or state in which such person may reside or such company be located, except as herein otherwise provided. Section 2 The assessor from actual view, from consultation with the owner or agent thereof if expedient, and from such other sources of information as are within his reach, shall deter mine as nearly as practicable the true value in money of all tax able real property within his township or city as the case may be. Whenever the deputy assessor has completed the as sessment of real estate in the taxing district assigned to him and has turned his assessment roll over to the county assessor, it shall be the duty of the county assessor to immediately mail to the last known postoffice address of each owner of real estate re siding in such taxing district, a notice upon a form to be pre scribed by the Tax Commission, which notice shall contain a des cription of the real estate as sessed and of the amount of the assessment; provided, however, the failure of any person to re ceive such notice, shall in no manner invalidate any tax pro ceedings or'otherwise affect the same. In compliance with section. 2, of this law, if the correct post office address is returned, you will receive from the count j as sessor a card giving description of your real estate and the as sessed value thereof as returned by the deputy assessor of your district. The valuation as returned by the deputy assessor is placed on the property by him and will stand the same unless changed by the Board of Review or the Board of Equalization, unless it be that om missions or material errors are discovered, all of whica will be correeted as pro vided for by laws now governing the same. Tax payers attention is called to the Board of Equalization that will meet June 6th, 1910, notice published elsewhere in this issue. W. N. Larabee, County Clerk. They are Here Ladies and Misses Footwear! We are pleased to announce that our line of Ladies' and Misses' footwear has arrived and we now can fit any female foot and make your feet glad. These famous shoes are manufactured by the Brown Shoe Co., of St. Louis, which is a guarantee that they are perfect botn in quality and style. We will have the stock complete by next week, when we can fit out the men and boys with stylish and comfort able footwear of the same make. The ladies will also be pleased to learn that our spring and summer dress goods are here and ready for their inspection; the assortment is complete with Lawns, Ging hams, Dimities, Silks, Soiesettes, Tissues and Poplins. Come early and make your selections while the stock is unbroken. E. A. COURTNEY. ROSS & WALDO, HEADQUARTERS FOR Farm Implements!? We Carry the Following Lines; Studebaker, Peter Schuttler and Charter Oak Wagons. John Deere Listers and Weeders Olliver Listers and Cultivators Brown Cultivators Cream Separators Olliver and Emerson Plows- - Hodge Headers and Mowers Emerson Mowers. ROSS & WALDO,. F. D. HASTINGS,. Mgr. WA-KEENEY, KANSAS.