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COUNTY TREASRUER'S REPORT
Office of W. H. Feather, County
Treasurer of Seward County, Kansas.
State ment showing the amount on
hand in funds of the State, County
and various School Districts, at the
close of business, October 31st, 1921.
State Fund $5068.20
County General Fund 1454.90
County Interest Fund 1801.98
County Sinking Fund . 23,322.13
County Road Fund 3089.30
County Auto Fund 4666.10
County School Fund 206.66
Normal Institute Fund 166.16
County Poor Fund 1580.75
County Bridge Fund 2424.74
K. & O. R. R. Co.. 999.00
School Land Interest 12.42
Fargo Township, Interest and
Sinking Fund r.
Liberal Twp. Interest Fund ....
Liberal Twp. Sinking Fund ....
un'is m r iscal Agency, at
Funds in Fiscal Agency fit
Sch. Dist. No. 1. State " 6 00
Sch. Dist. No. 1, Interest 325.571
Sch. Dist. No. 3, General 167.71 i
Sch. Dist. No. 3, State 16.80 1
Sch. Dist. No. 4, General 303.55
Sch. Dist. No. 4, State 30.00
Sch. Dist. No. 5, General .. 588.41 1
Sch. Dist. No. 5, State 29.50 '
Sch. Dist. No; 5, Interest 2047.92
No. 6, State......
No. 6, Interest.
No. 7, State
No. 8, General.....
No. 8, State
No. 9, State.
No. 10, General
No. 10, States
No. 11, General
No. 11, State...........
No. 11, Int. & Sink.
No. 12, General
No. 12, State
No. 13, State....
No. 14, General
No. 14, State
No. 15, General.
No. 15, State
No. 15, Int. & Sink
No. 16, General
No. 16, State
16, Int. & Sink. 17.
No. 17, Genera
No. 17, State
No. 18, General
No. 18, State..
No. 19, General
No. 19, State
No. 19, Bldg
No. 20, General
No. 20, State
No. 20, Int. & Sink.
No. 21, General
No. 21, State
No. 22, General
No.- 22, State....
Sch. Dist. No. 23, General 68.52
Sch. Dist. No. 23, State 10.20
Sch. Dist. No. 24, State. 16.80
Sch. Dist. No. 25, General . 102.16
Sch. Dist. No. 25, State 11.40
Sch. Dist. No. 26, General . 90.87
Sch. Dist. No. 26, State 10.20
Sch. Dist. No. 27, General 410.76
Sch. Dist. No. 27, State 19.80
Sch. Dist. No. 27, Int. & Sink. 360.34
Sch. Dist. No. 28, General 377.43
Sch. Dist. No. 28, State..... 49.20
Sch. Dist No. 28, Int & Sink 15.39 Dr.
Sch. Dist. No. 29, General 124.50
Sch. Dist. No. 29, State 16.20
Sch. Dist, No. 30, General 121.47
Sch. Dist. No. 30, State 12.60
Sch. Dist. No. 31, General - 106.31
Sch. Dist. No. 31, State 12.60
Sch. Dist. No. 32, General 106.77
Sch. Dist. No. 32, State 10.20
Sch. Dist No. 32, Bldg 11.04
Rural High School No. 1,
Rural High School No. 1,
Joint General Fund 162.06
Rural High School No. 1,
Joint Interest Fund 116.93
Rural High School, No. 2,
Joint General Fund 266.13
I, W. H. Feather, County Treasurer
of Seward County, Kansas, do solemn
ly swear that the above statement is
true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
W. H. FEATHER, ,
Money to Loan on
inspection every Monday Loans closed at
once See us for terms
J80 acres near Sutanta; some improvements; 190 acres
in wheat; all goes at $12.50 per acre.
120 acres level Morton County land at $10.00 per acre.
160 acre level, well improved Kingman County farm,
priced at $12,000.00. Will trade for Western land.
t50,000.00 stock of Implements and Hardware in Hutch
inson, Kansas. Will trade for Western land.
For further information, see
Riney & Newby
C. G. Ally was here from Wichita;
this week visiting.
Eugene Stater of Kansas City was
. a business visitor this week.
j Geo. B. Wheeler of Kansas City was
; a business visitor this week.
H. A.; Dufield was down from Kis
met Tuesday doing some trading.
C. P. Cook drove from Kismet Fri
day to attend to some business.
E. T. Malan of Oklahoma City was
an out of town visitor here Tuesday.
2itzens Bank Huilding
A. J. Cumming and E. R. Barries of
Pratt were business visitors Tuesday.
M. Stockstill of Kansas City was a
business visitor in the city the frst of
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Edwards of
Wichita were visiting in the city Tues
day. ; '
H. F. Gornell was here from Okla
homa Cty Tuesday looking after busi
N. L. Siefas of Hutchinson was at
tending to busines matters in the city
the first of the week.
8 PER CENT GOLD
Ice & Power Co.
ARE NOW ON SALE AT THE
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY
vSo we are answering some of the
questions that you woud ask about
HOW MUCH DOES
EACH NOTE COST?
You can purchase either 100, 600
or 1000 dollar notes.
DO I HAVE TO
PAY ALL CASH?
You can pay all cash if you de
sire, but it is not necessary; you
can pay as little as $10.00 per
month for each note.
IS THIS STOCK A
It pays a yearly dividend of $5.00
that is eight per cent a very
good rate of interest.
IS ITA SAFE INVESTMENT?
The notes are guaranteed by the
Commmonwealth .Light & Power
Company, which gives added assu
rance of punctual interest payment
every six months (April and Octo
ber) and principal when due. .
WHAT IS THE MONEY
FROM THE SALE OF THESE
NOTES TO BE USED FOR?
It is to be used in new switch
board, new oil tank and a large
supply of oil to insure continuous
service, and to build extensions of
lines to supply light and power to
citizens of Liberal.
Just Call Our Office, Telephone
288, Or Ask Arty Of Our Emplyees
About These Notes. Every One Of
Them Is Selling Them and Will Be
Glad To Give You Additional In
The Liberal Light,
Ice & Power Co.
C. C. Miller of Woodward, Oklaho- TUCKER THEATRE RE.
ma was visiting friends in the city
Squire Pate of Eagle Grove, Iowa,
was a visitor in the city the first of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lisle of Kansas
City were visiting friends in the cty
Gene Davis made a business trip to
Mr. "and Mrs. Fred Grimsley
son Jack of Arkalon were in
Sunday attending the air frolic.
DUCES ADMISSION PRICES
Special meetings began Sunday
night with Rev. J. D. Botkin of Kan
sas, as minister in charge. The mes
sages are enjoyed by large audiences'
There is room for those who have
been expected and have not yet
stalled. All who desire a moral
awakening should rally to this work
without delay. "Come thou with us,
we will do thee good; for the Lord
hath spoken erood concerning Israel."
Beginning next Friday, November
18th, The Tucker places in effect a
big cut in its regular admission
prices. The balcony is reduced from
25c to 15c, and the loges from 35c
to 25c, the main floor remaining the
same, 25c, including tax.
While the cost of the pictures have
not decreased in the least. In fact,
they are higher today than ever, Mr.
Tucker feels that the increased pat
ronage will well justify the reduc
tion. Another change, effective on the
same date, is that all pictures will
be shown two days. This enables the
theatre to give its patrons better
pictures for less money. Some big
ones have been secured for the near
future, such as "Affairs of Anatol,"
"Dangerous Curve Ahead," ' "The
Old Nest", and Charlie Chaplin's
latest First National picture, "The
The County Commissioners are atr
tending the County Officers Conven
tion at Topeka this week.
LET US TELL YOU HOW TO
Put The "Smi" In Sunday
Keep The "Mon'VIn Monday
Spend your Sundays in a home of your own.. Don't "fret"
about when you will have to "tjet out", or when the
landlord will "raise the rent" Then you can spend your
day of rest in comfort. (
Get a deed, or a contract on a home of your own, at
the prces and on the terms they caa be. had for today
Then every Monday that goes by will show a profit.
If vnu are unable to keep up the payments on a home
then get your lots they will be a satisfaction to own
and will make you a profit. When you get them paid
for, they will help you to get loan to build.
THINK THIS OVER COME IX AND SEE US -LET'S
TALK IT OVER DON'T SAY, "I CAN'T YOU NEVER
. KNOW WHAT YOU CAN DO TILL YOU TRY
AND WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU
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