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The Caney News from Caney, Kansas • 2

The Caney Newsi
Caney, Kansas
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fHE NEWS. CANEY. KANSAS. Made A Confession Roy Roger, a young Indepen- REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE HOME NATIONAL BANK PROHIBITION IN COLORADO Thomas J. Tynan, warden of the Colorado state prison in Can denca negro, arrested some weeks AT CANEY IN THE STATE OF KANSAS, AT THE ago at Neosho, Missouri, in connec tion with the murder of his ancle, on City, says that his state boarding house is being depopulated CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPT.

12. 1916 RESOURCES John Rogers, today furnished the since the state went dry. county attorney's office a complete Warden Tynan has compiled a confession of tbe horrible crime he set of figures which are published committed lie gave details of 1225,496.67 66.74 Loans and discounts $225,496.67 Total 225,496.67 Notes and bill redisccunted Overdrafts secured, none; unsecured, $66.74 U. Bonds: U. 8.

Bunds deposited to secure circulation (par 40,000. striking down his uncle with a short below and which he says goes conclusively to prove that since AND piece of gas "pip but avers be did the state went dry the number of not intend to kill him. lhe crime men sent up for different offenses 40,000. Total U. 8.

Bonds was committed July 21 near Inde. has fallen off considerably. Here IFro iorbocuo Qinnor pendence. and his arrest followed Bonds, securities, etc: Bonds other than U. B.

Bonds pledged to secure is a report for the months of May August 14. Postal savings deposits 2,500. June and July as compared with Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not including stocks) Some time after his arrest young the same period last year Sogers implicated two other Inde.

owned 4,053.02 Total bonds, securities, etc. iqi5 Received. Discharged pendence negroes, Harper brothers, Stock of Federal Reserve Bank(50 per cent of May 54 26 AT OWEN RANCH two miles south of Caney and six miles north of Copan in the crime. His confession today subscription) 6,558.02 1,500. 18,000.

2,000. 13,887.92 9,300. implicates another negro, whose June 49 20 July 33 32 Value of banking house 13,000. Furniture and fixtures name is withheld on account of his arrest not yet being effected, and 1916 Received. Discharged May 16 -35 completely exonerates the Harper Real Estate owned other than banking house Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and St.

Louis 5,094.81 Net amount due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities 33,757.94 boys. June 27 30 July 3 38 JiJES DAY, DOT. 3rd. Manv Violent Deaths Parole violations for 1915 were twentythree during the first six Net amount due from banks and bankers, other than months. This year to date there Kaunas averaged more than three violent deaths a day during tbe first 349.05 47.79 has been but eight.

Warden Ty nan says that out of twelve habit seven months of this year, according to a statement compiled by W. J. V. 43,852.75 18,730.33 396.84 2,880. 1,145.

3,000. 14.751.J5 2,000. SALE STARTS AT 10:30 a. m. 125 Gattle, 5 Horses, 35 Hogs included in above Outside checks and other cash items Fractional Currency, nickels and cents Notes of other national banks Federal Reserve bank notes Federal Reserve notes Coin and certificates ual criminals released from Canon City during the past five years Deacon, state register of vital statis tics, showing 4 aeatns irom exier.

nal cauties from January 1 to August Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U.S. 1910. There were 108 suicides, that ten of them have been sent to the Wyoming state penitentiary since the first of the present year, which goes to show that the undesirables are leaving the state 403,505.62 68 homicides and 571 deaths from Total.

accidents Included were 137 LIABILITIES deaths resulting from railroad, street and going to states where liquor Capital stock paid in Surplus fund car auto and other vehicle acci. is sold. dtnts. Auto accidents caused 3G The warden believes that if the Undivided Less current expenses, interest and taxes 1,863.39 Circulating notes outstanding deaths in seven months, January present rate keeps up, that the 125 CATTLE 23 good milk cows 30 head good stock cows 1 good Jersey cow 13 Eat calves 10 coming 2 year old heifers, fat 26 coming 2 year old steers, good ones 1 Herford bull, 3 years old, eligible to register 1 good grade Holstein bull calf being the only month in which the number of prisoners will be re mntnr cars did not cause a eiDcle 40,000. 5 '000.

053.02 40,000. 6,073.32 II, 112.42 70. 1,248.60 87,414.94 duced to 400 or less within the death in the Btate. next eighteen months, if tne state Net amount due to banks and binkers Demand Deposits: Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 Cashier's checks outstanding Poftal Savings deposits Time Deposits (payable after 30 days or subject to 30 days or more uotice) Certificates of Tbe heaviest death toll from the craze speed in raolor.drawn vehicles does not go wet again, The present number is approximately wan in July, with eleven deaths re 770. corded June was a light month, with only three killed by automo i.

403,565.52 Total. Immediately preceeding the re cent Illinois primary election biles. Nett to July, March was State of Kansas, County of Montgomery, bs. I Elmer Brown, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the i it 1 I .1 more fatal to automobiles than any there was read from the pulpits MISCELLANEOUS 2 good top buggies, 2 sets good single harness. 1 wagon, 1 set work harness, surry, stirring plow.

other month, with seven killed. above statement is true to the best ot my Knowieuge wnu ueuei. Firearms are the most popular of the Chicago diocese of the Episcopal church an appeal to the members to go to the polls and vote, The incident raised a means 01 commuting suiuiue tinier Brown, I'asluer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19lh. day of September, 1916 N.

Adaline DeVere, Notary Public. My commission expires, Nozember 8th, 1917. Correct Attest: J. E. Stone, W.

1 Gleeck, J. VV. Odneal, Directors. Kans'Rs, judging from this ycar'B figures. Forty-threo put themselves mil rif txisLence bv shooting; 41 ub- storm of comment, some favorable, but a great deal unfavorable.

Why should it? Every citizen ed poisons and 19 hanged them elves. Fifty out of the sixty-eight Councilman W. T. Bolinger is visiting relatives unci friends in Indiana this week. He expects to be away until about the first of next month.

killings were with firearms, beven with the right to vote should exercise that right. It is the desire of every man to have'his country C. T. Lewis relumed Wednesday morning from a trip to Topeka where he went as a delegate to a meeting of the Episcopal church delegates to select an assistant to Bishop Millspaugh. were slashed or stabbed to death and other means of murder caused well governed.

It is only by his eleven deaths 35 HOGS :25 head shoats weighing from 75 to 100 pounds One good duroc sow and 9 pigs eligible to registry 5 HORSES One bay horse 6 years old, weight 1000 One sorrel horse 12 years old, weight 1400 One bay horse ten years old, weight 1100 One gray mare 9 years old, weight 1 300 One bay mare 4 years old, weight 1 000, a good driver vote that a citizen can hope to remedy the evils that manifest 1 themselves when the country is mismanaged. About half the time citizens will make a bad guess, but that only proves that RSlonigomeii'S Coyonfiv he is human. Anyway he has a right to that guess. The man who fails to vote has no right to to) mm kick on the gouernment if it does not suit him. "President Wilson has kept us TERMS All Hums under $25 cash.

Ten months time on turns over 25, purchaser giving bankable note, without in. terest if paid when due, if not paid when due to draw 10 per cent from date of sale. A discount of 10 per oent for cash on sums over $25. All property to be settled for before taken from place. out of war, say nis inenas.

i What, we rise to inquire, would it be necessary for a foreign pow er to do to. involve Woodrow Wilson in war? He has patient ly accepted the kicks and cuffs of every foreign nation that did not hold us in too much contempt to kick or cuff us. The European L. E. Kirkendall, Mel Hughes Parker, Caney J.

F. Blackledge, and C. D. Dearing, Auctioneers Clerk I nations have another name for that spirit displayed by our presi Something You Have Been Waiting For Bigger and Better Better Stock Exhibits Larger Line Art Exhibit Three High Class Har-ness Races Every Day Three Free Acts in front of Grandstand. dent when he tells us he is too 1 proud to fight." Two More Sales Elmer Kirkendall who lives on noon at 4:15.

The officers for this the Owen ranch south of town has a year were elected and are as follows: publio sale advertised for Tuesday the 3 of October. He is going to Methodist Church O. L. Crippen, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45.

Morning Service at 11 o'clock, Junior League at 2:30. Epworth League at 6:30. sell about 125 head of oattle, some horns and hogs. In addition to President, Maggie McKee First Vice, Lucile Woods Second Vioe, Annis Harris Third Vioe, Martha Hardman Fourth Vice, Myrtle Green Secretary, LaVerne Dixon Treasurer, Pauline Shaffer. the sale he has advertised a big free barbecue dinner for those who at I tend.

Dave Brown who lives near the Evening Service at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Beginning with next Sunday all of tbe evening services will begin a half boar earlier. A. G.

Soranton who for the Ootton Dreek school house southeast Wednesday, Sept. 27 CANEY AND CIIERRYVALE DAY The regular monthly meeting of several years has been looated here of town will have a sale the 28 of as the resident agent for the Singer this month. He is going to leave Sewing Maohine company is to be the farm because of poor health and transferred to Neodesha, and will go will sell his stock and some farm there thiB week, He returned the implements and feed. the Sunday School board was held at the church Tuesday evening and plans for the betterment of the Sun. first of this week from an extended Hughes Parker oi tnis city are trip through Indiana and Iowa.

the auctioneers for both these sales and Charles Deanug oi ruoiaze wui FFIW.DILL Mrs. W. O. Meeker entertained I assist them in the Kirkendall sale. the members of the Kensington club day School were discussed.

Next Sunday is promotion Sunday for the Sunday School and a claes that bag finished the course of study prescribed for the Primary department will receive certificates of pro. motion to the Junior department. E. B. West was down town Wed and several friends at her home on nesday morning of this week the first time sinoo bis aooident or last South Spring street Monday afternoon of this week.

Refreshments were served and those present en. loved a most pleasant afternoon. week. The Requas who were also Other classes of the school will also injured in the same wreck are stil be promoted at this time. Mm.

E. D. Ilooors will entertain the confined to the bouse but getting The Junior League business club at Us next meeting. (along as well as could be expected meeting was held Wednesday after..

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