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From Hagey & Wilhelm, St Louis,
Mo., who claim to be the oldest and heavi
est receivers of wool, for sale on commis
sion, in the city, the Kansas Farmer
learns the following:
Market active and firm, and" returns
for shipments are received by the grower
in ten to fifteen .days from date of ship
ment. Traveling buyers are misrepresenting
the market to growers, and buying their
wool in country points for 15 and 16 cents,
when if they ship it will net 16 and 17
cents here. Let the grower ship and make
that one cent per pound profit for himself.
We take special pains with small lots
and can always sell them to advantage.
In our entire business career we have
never speculated to the extent of one
cent, and have ample means in the Boat
men's Saving Bank to make prompt re
turns as- soon as we sell.
Any grower desiring to keep posted in
our market, or wanting wool sacks free
of charge to ship to us in, will please
send us his address.
Growers will do well to ship early, as
we look for decline in prices during the
latter part of July and August.
The Wheat Outlook.
, Kansas Farmer.
It is not good. And the failure is gen
eral all over the country. The latest
estimate of the crop was made by Mr. S.
W. Talmadge, of Milwaukee. He says
there is no loBger any question as to
the damage and loss to the winter wheat
of this country. A falling off of 160,000,
000 bushels in winter wheat from last
year is a calamity unprecedented in the
history of wheat raising in the United
States. The present condition of spring
wheat is good, but there must be favorable
weather until harvest to produce the
amount of wheat shown in the present
estimates, as they are based upon the
present condition. The estimates show
the probable yield of spring wheat to be
121,000,000 bushels. Winter wheat 210,
090,000; total spring and winter 331,000,000
bushels. From those figures it will be
seen the crop of 1885, as compared with
1884, will show a shortage in winter
wheat of 160,000,000 bushels; spring
wheat 22,000,000 bushels; total shortage
1S2,000,000'. The average wheat yield of
the United States for five years past is
461,000,000 bushels. The estimate" shows
a shortage, compared with the average
five years, of 130,000,000 bushels.
CASTLE ROCK RIPPLES.
Castle Rock, July 7.
Several good showers.
Everything is growing in fine shape.
The boys who went east looking for
work in the harvest fields have returned,
unsuccessful, after going as far as
Ellsworth. They report work less abun
dant and help much more plenty than a
year ago.
The past week has been the most favor
able of the season here for the crops.
The rains were followed by several cloudy,
damp days, and even the withered and
sunburned early millet has picked up
courage, and now promises to make per
haps a half crop.
The question of a new school house for
this district is being agitated. Tne
present sod building is beginning to show
age, and it is hardly large enough to
meet tho wants of the district. A change
of location will doubtless be made to
some point more nearly in the center of
the school population.
The sultry, damp weather, so unfavor
able to all pulmonary complaints, seri
ously aggravated Mrs. Harfin's asthma,
and for a time it was feared she could not
live. Dr. Jones was called, and arrived
late Sunday night. After a hurried ex
amination of the case he administered
medicines which at once relieved her, and,
thanks to his skill, she is now fairly on
the way to recovery.
There was a general turnout of the
people of Banner and vicinity on Satur
day at Mr. J. U. .Browns lor a bundav
school picnic and Fourth of July celebra
tion. About sixty persons were present.
The day was as fine as could be desired.
The tables were spread a little after noon,
and a glance at their load of good things
would convince any person that this is
not now "starving Kansas." However,
aftor seeing the rapidity with which the
edibles disappeared, one might have
reason to fear a return of the starvation
era. The afternoon was spent by the
older portion of the company in social
intercourse, while the younger occupied
themselves with games. Finally, all ad
journed to a little grove of cottonwoods
and willows, where some time was spent
in singing, after which prayer was offered
by Mr. Brown. The teams were then
brought up, and, before leaving, all joined
in thanking Mr. and Mrs. Brown foe the
pains which they had so kindly taken to
make the day a pleasant one for all.
X.
Habitual constipation is not only one
of the most unpleasant, but at the same
time one of the most injurious conditions
of the human system, and is but a fore
runner of disease, unless removed. This
is usually accomplished by the use of
purgatives, which for the time afford
relief, but after their immediate effects
have passed they leave the system in a
worse state than before. To effect a cure
it is necessary that the remedy used
should be one that not only by its carthar
tic effects relieves the bowels, but at tho
same tune acts as a tonic so as to restore
the organs to a sound, healthy condition.
This PbickiiY Ash Bittebs will do. It
removes the cause and restores health.
GETTING READY FOR THE
BOOM.
Kelly & Walker .unloaded this
week a carload o wagons and plows.
100 FARMS WANTED!
If those having farms for sale
will place them in our hands, we
will sell them as rapidly as possible.
BAKER & SHULTZ.
RIGHT IN THE RING
-WITH
A Full Line of Govern
ment Land Blanks !
Special to Land Attorneys Through
out the Western Kansas
Land District !
Wfi have rjrinted. and have
m
stock to sell, the following Govern
ment Land Office Blanks at the
prices annexed:
EACH.
Homestead Notices
Homestead Affidavits. . .
Homestead Applications
Homestead Application
davits .' ...
$
.02
.03
.02
Am-
.02
.02
.02
.03
.02
.02
.03
Same Affidavits for use before
District Clerks . . .
Timber Culture Notices
Timber Culture Affidavits
Timber Culture Applications .
T. C. Application Affidavits...
June, 1880, Final Proofs. . . .
The copy for these blanks comes
from approved sources.
The proof of each blank is sub
mitted to the scrutiny of Register
Hanna, who, besides being old in
the Land Service of the Government,
is a practical printer.
These blanks, to be brief, are
warranted to he perfect in wording,
printing, quality of paper and all
other essentials.
Big reductions made on lots of
500 or more.
The blanks here named will he
added to constantly until we can
supply every blank needed at the
land office, whose printing by us is
justifiable on business grounds.
We mean precisely what we say,
and wish every atom of Saxon in
this statement to have its full
weight: We are not to be bucked
off! the track by foreign opposition.
We buy our printing paper in Kan
sas, and, as a rule, send for nothing
outside of the state which cart be
had within it. When we know we
are getting an article reasonably, we
don't haggle about prices either.
We aim to assert, in letters of living
light, to be observed especially by land
attorneys in this land district, that
if any foreign agency offers bargains,
you can, upon authenticating properly
its offer, have it duplicated right in
this office!
Don't send away for what you
can buy reasonably at home. That
is not the way to build up a country!
If land agents will not work for
the region of country in whose
lands they deal, who can be expected
to do so?
Cash must accompany all orders.
Yours regularly,
W. S. TILTON,
ProprietorWESTERN" Kansas World.
TIMBER CLAIM PROOF.
Mr. Dann, of the U. S. Land
Office, has said that parties planting
Russian Mulberry Seed can make
application and get their final proof
next day after flanting. This seed
can be obtained at Kelly & Walker's,
Wa-Keeney. 321
THOMAS CADDICK.
Men's, boys' and youths' clothing
m endless quantity at Uaddicks.
If it is something of good quality
that rou want, I have it. If you
want something at right low prices,
I have that also.
The largest stock of boots and
shoes in this whole western country
is to be found at Caddick's. To call
and examine will establish the' truth
of this statement.
One of the best, as well as the
finest, assorted stocks of groceries to
be found in the west is at Caddick's.
In dry goods, Caddfck has as fine
an assortment as is kept in any store
in this section of country.
Flour,feed and salt, at wholesale
and retail, at Caddick's.
SEEDS! seeds!
Field, Garden aid Tree Seeds. '
KELLY & WALKER have in
stock:
FIELD SEEDS.
400 bushels German and Small
Millett.
150 bushels Orange and Amber
Cane.
100 bushels Winter oats.
TREE SEEDS.
Box Elder, Honey Locust, Native
Ash, Osage Orange.
GARDEN SEEDS.
A full and complete stock of fresh
garden seeds in bulk. Examinexour
stock before making purchases.
LAUD! LAID!
FOB SALE!
1120 acres within. 3 miles pf
Wa-Keeney. as follows:
Sec. 11, 12, 24 Railroad Land;
price five (5) dollars per acre.
E. of Sec. 24, 12, 23 School
Land; price five (5) dollars per acre.
AlsoJCimber Claim sw J of Sec.
22, 12,, 23;, price four (4) dollars
per acre;
Address, J. H. McQuown,
332-3 Hays City, Kan.
shoats'to sell
AND
Cattle Wanted g Take Care of.
John H. Mock will have shoats
in town to sell on Saturday, July 11.
He lives on the Saline, has good
range, and would like to take about
150 head of cattle to keep.
Any one wishing information
can find it by calling on J. Escher,
in this city.
All persons wishing to purchase
P. R. R. lands, call on
Joh:n" A. Nelson-,
U. P. Land Agent
U.
ONE OF THE
BEST STOCK RANCHES
IN THE COUNTRY.
Watered by 2 running creeks, 2
miles apart.
Stone house, stone stable, $75.00
fencing, cattle shed, eighty acres cul
tivated, plenty of good hay land,
range blue stem grass, pump in
well, close- to house, and only 15
feet deep, several flowing springs,
coldest well water in the county.
For cash or exchange for im
proved property near some railroad
town in the eastern part of Kansas.
Enquire of
J. A. STAYT.
SCHOOL LAND SALE,
COUNTY TEEASUEEE'S OFFICE,
Wa-Keeney, Kansas.
I will offer, at public sale, at my office,
in Wa-Keency, Kansas, on
Saturday, July 25, 1S85,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and
3 o'clock p. m, the following-described
state school lands:
&es. See. Tp. R. Ap-Val.
Ne do Nel-4 22 13 21 3.00
Nw do do do do do do
Ne do nw)4' 16 13 21 do
Nw do do do do do do
Sw do do do do do do
Ne do se 1-4 do do do do
Nw do do do do do do
Ne do nwl4 2 14 21 do
Nw do do do do do do
Se do do do do do do
Sw do do do do do do
Ne do nwl-4 4 14 21 do
Improvements, 325.00
Nw do nw & do do do $3.00
Se. do do do do do do
Sw do do do do do do
Given under my hand at Wa-Keeney,
Kansas, this 24th day of June, 1885.
JAMES KELLY,
330 County Treasurer.
SCHOOL LAND SALE.
County Treasurer's Office, )
Wa-Keeney, Kan. j
I will offer at public sale at my office in
Wa-Keeney, Kan., on
Wednesday, July 22, 1885.
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and
3 o'clock p.fm., the following described
state school lands:
Desa iption.
Sec.
26
do
32
do
do
do
36
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
4
do
do
do
do
do
do
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6
Tp.
12
do
14
do
do
do
14
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
13
R.
23.
do
23
do
do
do
23
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
24
Ap. Vat.
3 00
do
do
do
do
do
do '
do
do
do
do
" do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Ne of se J
Se do do
Ne do nw 1-4
Nwdo do
Se do do
Sw do do
Ne do ne 1-4
Nw do do
Se do do
Sw do do
Ne do nw I-4
Nw do do
Se do do
Sw do do
Ne do nwl-4
Nw do do
So do do
Sw do do
Ne do se 1-4
Nw do do
do da
do do
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do
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Se " do
Sw do do
Ne " nw
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Se
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Given under my hand at Wa-Kpenev.
Kansas, this 23rd day of June, 1885.
JAMES KELLY.
350 County Treasurer.
- GEN. GRANT'S BOOK,
We are informed, is now ready for agents
and will be sold exclusively by subscrip
tion. The work is entitled "Personal
Memoirs of TJ. S. Grant" This is his
own book, every line of which is written
or dictated by Gen. Grant himself, and
the only book in which he has any interest.
Now is the time for competent agents to
apply for territory. S. F. Junlrin & Co.,
304 east 12th street, Kansas City, Ma,
are sole agents for the state of Kansas
No agencies can be obtained from any
other parties whatever. For full particu
lars, address as above.
NOTICE.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCEKN:
The copartnership heretofore existing
between Leonard Schmitt and Geo. T.
Galloway was dissolved bv mutual con
sent on the 28th day of November, 1884.
The business will be continued at the
old stand by the undersigned.
Mr. G. C. Shultzis authorized to collect
and pay all debts of the firm.
Leonabd Schmitt.
CALDWELL
FARM AND SPRING
WAGONS
For sale by W. S. Mead.
As low in price as can. be bought.
Horses for sale. ' " '
STRAYED.
From the ranch of the subscriber,
head of cattle marked thus:
Information leading to the re
covery of the same will be liberally
rewarded. JOS. MIDDLEBY,
Gibson, Trego Co., Kan.
JUST WHAT TOO . .. .
want. Anvil, Vise,
Cut-off Tool,
the besb for
farm & home
use. Either
size, $4,50, S5.-
$4J50, .eo.
aeau.
50, $6.50 sent
on receipt of price, if your hardware
dealer does not keep them. Good agents
wanted. CHE EN Y ANVIL & VICE CO.,
Detroit, Mich.
!
RELIABLE SELF-GORE.
favorlto nrescrlntion of onn of tha
mwn nuiea auu successiui specialists in tne U. 9.
(now retired) for the cure of XervoumJOabiHty,
ZioetXanHoort, Weakness and Mecay. Sent
in plain scaled en velopeyVee. Druggists canfUl 1U
Address DR. WARD &CO., Louisiana, Mo.
Important.
When you visit or leave New York City
sae baggage, expressage and carriage
hire and stop at the Grand Union Hotel,
opposite Grand Central Depot.
Elegant rooms fitted up at a cost of one
million dollars, reduced to $1.00 and up
wards per day. European plan. Eleva
tor. .Restaurant supplied with the best.
Horse cars, stages and elevated railroad
to all depots. Families can live better
for less money at the Grand Union Hotel
than at any other first-class hotel in the
citv.
prickly
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Thm ttmJoritif fiht UU ! humtmm
totfy ari$ from a drmngtmnt of Mb
Liver, affecting both tho ttomueh mnd
kneel. In order to effect m euro, it la
neeeuary to remove the emmm. Irrogu
Utr and 8lugUh action ofthoBoweUt
Headaehe,ieknest at tho 8tommeh,BoAn
in the Back and Zoint, ote., indicate thai
the IAver it at fault, and that nature re
quire aeeUtanee to enable this ergmn le
throw off impurities.
Prickly Ash Bitter ere mpselmttm
Compounded for this purpose. Thou are
mild in their action and egecHse em m
emre; are pleasant to the taste and taken
easily by both children and adults, 2V
fun according to directions, theu are m
ejmfeandpleasant cureforDym'pcpmlMf
General Deblllty,Htltaua Con
Clpatlon, Diseased MMtaejm,
etc, etc A$amoo&&nxlatTthop
are superior to any other enedietnef
elsansins) tho system thoroughly, mum"
Imparting new life and energy f flkelav
aalUU ItisamfxUclnoaudmotom
intauclcatlna; beverage,
ASK fell MIIIIST FM MKILY AM IfTTM, .
asdtakaBothac VBXCB,tljOOperBaMft.
UttlT ASH UTTERS CO..S0LE PHtfUKTMS
Cttr.aEa.
U.S.M 'Final Pr
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.,
June 16, 1885.
No. 3283. Notice is hereby given that
the following-nanied settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before regis
ter and receiver TJ. S. land office at
Wa-Keeney, Kan., on August 6, 1885, viz.:
John Frazier, homestead application No.
5287, for the se 1-4 sec 14, tp 14 s of
range 25 w.
"He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: J W
Reynolds, Charles Moe, J B Young and
C Young, all of Wa-Keeney P O, Trego
county, Kansas.
329 B J F HANNA , Register.
A H Blyir, Att'y.
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Land office aft Wa-Keeney, San.
Juael6,1885.
No. 3282. -Notice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has filed no
tice of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before register and re
ceiver TJ.S. land office, at Wa-Keeey,Kan,
on August 6,1885, viz. Charles H Moe,
homestead application no. 4546, for (he
sw 1-4 sec 12, tp 14 s, r 25 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: W C
Olson, C J Ferris, J A Reynolds of Wa
Keeney P O, Trego county, Kansas, John
Frazier, of Gibson P O, Trego county,
Kansas.
329 B. J. F. HANNA, Register.
AH Blair, Att'y.
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan ,
June 16, 1885.
No. 3279. Notice is hereby given .that
the following-named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before register
and receiver U. S. land office at Wa
Keeney, Kan., on August 6, 1885, viz:
John Griffith, homestead application No.
1960, for the w ne and se 4 ne &
sec 4, tp 11 s, r 23 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: S L Short
hill, T A Shorthill, J P Smith and G T
Galloway, all of Wa-Keeney P O, Trego
county, Kan.
329 B J F HANNA, Register.
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
June 5, 1885.
No. 3255. Notice is hereby given that
the " following-named settler has vfiled
notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before register and
receiver U. S. land office at Wa-Keeney,
Kansas, on July 24, 1385, viz: Samuel
Cash, homestead application no. 5753,
for the e bbM see 26 and w sw
sec 25, tp 15 s, r 26 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of. said land, viz: Timothy
Armstrong, William Sweeney, Clements
Young, William Schreck, all of Gibson
P O, Trego connty,-Kansas.
327 B J F HANNA, Register.
J A Nekon, Att'y-
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kans.
June 30, 1885.
No. 3315. Notice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before register
and receiver U. S. land office at Wa
Keeney, Kansas, on August 12, 1885, viz:
John Hall, homestead entry no.
5933, for the nwl-4 sec 22, tp 10 s, r 24 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: E. S. Cole,
Ben Jackson, Fred Allers, Lyman Brown,
all of Wa-Keeney P O, Trego co.,Kan.
331 B J F HANNA, Register.
AH Blair, Att'y.
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.,
July 2, 1885.
No. 3314. Notice is hereby given that
the following-named settler hae filed
notice of his intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before register and
receiver of U. S. land office at Wa-Keeney,
Kan., on September 15, 1885, viz: John
Kobetich, homestead application No.
5635, for the e nw 1-4 and w ne 1-4
sec li tp 11 s, r 26 w.
He names the following-witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Josenh
Werlich, John Kershaw, D A Dickey,
William Harrier, all of Wa Keeney P O,
Trego county, Kan.
331 B J F HANNA, Register.
A H Blair, Att'y.
Land Office at Wa-Keenev, Kan,
July 7, 1885.
No. 3330. Notice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has filed no
tice of his intention to make final proof in
support of his claim,and that said proof will
be made before the register and receiver
of U. S. land office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.,
on September 10, 1885, viz: Thomas R.
Evans, homestead application No. 2691.
for the s ne and n se i sec 10, tp
li s, r 'Z6 w.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: William
Harrier, John Kobetish, John Lempke,
Thomas Shorthill, all of Wa-Keeney P O,
Trego county, Kans.
332 B J F HANNA, Register.
Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.,
June 2, 1885.
No. 3252. Notice is hereby given that
the following-named settler has filed no
tice of her intention to make final proof in
support of her claim, and that said proof
will be made before register and re
ceiver U. S. land office at Wa-Keeney,
Kan., on July 14, 1885, viz: Mary Mc
Carthy, widow of Jeremiah McCarthy,
deceased, homestead applications Nos.
2085 and 5737, for the se 1-4 sec 28, tp 13
s, r 22 w.
She names the following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Hugh Con
nolly, Ben C Rich, Mirt Wilcox, of Wa
Keeney, Trego county, Kan., and Henry
Hengst, of Ogallah P. O., Trego county,
Kansas.
327 B J F HANNA, Register.
A H Blair, Att'y. -
U. s, LiiDil Contest Note.
No. 4401. Land Office at Wa-Keeney,Kan.
June 22, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Edward M Davis against Lester
Monnot for abandoning his homestead
entry no. 4979, dated May 29, 1880, upon
the ne 1-4 sec 2b, tp 13 s, r 23 w,
in Trego county, Kansas, with a view to
the cancellation of said entry; the
said parties are hereby summoned to
appear (at this office on the 6th day of
August looo, at 1 o clock p m., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged abandonment.
330 B. J. F. HANNA, Register. -
AH Blair, Att'y.
No. 4358. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
June 16, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Anna B Morgan against
William G Meritt for abandoning his
homestead entries no. 2405 end 4513,
dated Nov. 14, 1878, and Nov. 29,
1879, upon the n sw j and s sw )
sec 18, tp 14 s, r24 w,in Trego county,
Kan., with a view to the cancellation of said
entry; the said parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on the 8th
day of August, 1885, at 1 o'clock p. in.,
to respond ana rurnisn testimony con
cerning said alleged failure.
32 BJ F HANNA, Ttegister.
No. 3803. Laad Office at Wa-ieeney,
Mar 21 ,-ld
1160c
Complaint having-beta entered ai this
office by John. Aider agaiast Tiasfr
Steiner for abandoning, am besae
stead entry No 5260, dated March J$,1881,
upon tne ne i- ea p jo er
w, in Trego county, jvaneas,, warn a.
view to the cancellation of said entry; '
the said parties are hereby summoned io .
-.. .1 !.; m. ax (hA 7lo .? At ''
July, 1885, at 1 o'clock p, m to napoad;
and furnish testimony concerning arid ,
alleged abandonment.
329 BJT HANNA, Register.
W H PiLKENTOjr, Receiver.
A H Blair, Att'y.
No. 4359. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
June 16, 1896.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Anna B Morgan against LaFay
ette Meritt for failure to comply wwh
law as to timber-culture entry no.1338
dated Aug. 27,1878, upon the nw sec 1$
tp 14s, r 24w, in Trego county, Kan, with
view to the cancellation of said entry con
testant alleging that the said LaFayeMa
Meritt has failed to plant or cause to ba
planted a second five acres of said tract
to trees, seeds or cuttings since malrfny
said entry; that for over three years last
past said tract has'been devoid of timber
or living trees, and no trees seeds or cmV
tings have 'been planted thereon, nor
no portion thereof has been broken,
plowed or cultivated by said La
Fayette Meritt or any other person:
the said' parties are hereby summoned
to appear at this office on the 8th day of
August,'1885, at 1 o'clockp.m., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said al
leged failure. -,. ,
329 B J F HANNA, Register. ,
Osborn & Monroe, Att'ys.
No. 4463. Land Office at Wa-Keeney,Kan.
July 3, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Volney Robinson against John.
Wolverton for abandoning his home
stead entry no. 3653, dated May
19, 1879, upon the se 1-4 sec 30, tp 15 a,
r22 w, in Trego county, Kansas, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry;
the said parties are hereby summoned
to appear at this office on the 7th day
of August, 1885, at 10 o'clock a m, to re
spond and furnish testimony concerning;,
said alleged abandonment.
B J F HANNA, Register.
331 W H PtjjKenton, Receiver.
AH Blair, Att'y.
No. 4464. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
July 3, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Volney Robinson against "Vin
cent T Neal for failure to comply
with law as to timber-culture entry no.
2058, dated Dec. 16, 1878, upon the sw
sec 30, twp 15 s, range 22 w, in Trego
county, Kansas, with a view to the cancel
lation of said entry; contestant alleging
that the said Vincent T Neal wholly
failed during and since first year of entry
to break or plow five acres of said land
or cause the same to be done, and wholly
failed during and since 3rd year of entry
to plant five acres or any part of said land
to trees, seeds or cuttings, or cause the
same to be done; that said tract is
wholly devoid of timber or trees; the
said parties are hereby summoned to
appear at this office on the 7th day of
August, 1885, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond
and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged failure.
B J F HANNA. Register.
331 W H Pxlkeoton, Receiver.
A H Blair, Att'y
No. 4396. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
June 22, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Charles Hearting against William
T Allen for failure to comply with
law as to timber-culture entry Nd.
2683, dated April 21, 1879, upon the se
sec 34, twp 15 s, r 22 w, in Trego county,
Kansas, with a view to the cancellation of
said entry; contestant alleging that the
said William T Allen has failed to break
or cultivate or plant to trees seeds or
cuttings five acres of said land during or
since 3rd year of entry, and wholly failed
to plant any part of said tract to trees,
seeds or cuttings; that said tract
is wholly devoid of timber or trees:
khe
said parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on the 7th
day of August, 1885, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged failure.
B J F HANNA, Register.
331 W H PiiiKenton, Receiver.
A H Blair, Att'y.
No. 4439. Land Office at Wa-Keeney,Kan.
June 29, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Carey A Wallace against Louis
Peterson for abandoning his home
stead entry no. 4927, dated May 6,
1880, upon the nw ne M, s Jne J4 see
6, tp 11 s, r 23 w, in Trego -county,
Kansas, with a view to the cancel
lation of said entry, the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at
this office on the 24th day of August,
1885, at 1 o'clock p. m., to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged
abandonment.
B J F HANNA. Recister. -
331 W H Pilkbnton. Receiver.
John A Nelson, Att'y.
No. 4391. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
June 22, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by John F Teyin against William
H Thomas for abandoning his home
stead entry no. 4646, dated Feb. 12, 1880,
upon the sw sec 22tp 14 s of. r 25 w, in
Trego county, Kans., with a view to the
cancellation of said entry; the said parties
are hereby summoned to appear at this
office on the 7th day of August, 1885,
at 1 o'clock p. m to respond and furnish
testimony concerning said alleged abas
donment. Ixr-m- ?J HANNA, Register.
AH Blair, Atf y.
No. 4462. Land Office at Wa-Keeney, Kan.
, . , ' July 3, 1885.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by David E McGinnis against Henry
BVanMeter for failure to comply with
iw us w umoer cuirare entry no. 3847
dated May 14, 1879, upon the se
sec 34, tp 15 s of r 25 w, in Treio
county, Kansas, with a view to the can
cellation of said entry; contestant alleginjr
that said Henry R VanMeterhae failedto
replant any portion of said land to trees,
seeds- or cuttings, or cause the
same to be done, at any time since 4th
year of entry; that there are no trees
growing on said land, nor has there been
any trees growing on said land since 4th
years of entry; the said parties are here
by summoned to appear at tins olios
on ttie 25th day of August, 186V at
9 o dock a. m., to respond aad fsrateh
testimony concerning said alleged faOmn.
332 WH Prr.tf.i
John A Nelson. AttV.
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