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THE ICLA REGISTER FRIDAY, AUGUST 80. 1901
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"0, lio Is doing real nicely, papa, and
wo now feel sure he will recover from
his cruel wound. The surgeon gave mo
"HOW 18 YOim 1'ATlKNT, SUNSHINE?"
strict orders not to ullow Him to talk,
and I have just been scolding him for
attempting to do so."
"That's right. Mako him keep his
mouth shut only when he takes his
medicine, and If ho refuses to obey or
ders, gag him." A broad smllo rested
on his face as he spoke. Then for a
moment, again contemplating the wan
faco of the soldier, ho said:
"Private llrown, I am a gentleman,
sir, and I think I know what Is due
from ono gentleman to another. Give
me your hand, sir, and accept my warm
est thanks and most hearty grntitudo
for your noble, gallant rescue of tho
light of ray life, this sweet girl here,
from a horrible fate at the hands of
those murdcroub Apaches, and for your
courageous defense of her life when
nttacked by overwhelming numbers.
Your action was that of a soldier, sir,
and you honor the uniform you wear."
"Col. Sanford, I"
"Stop, sir, not a word!" tho old man
Interrupted when llrown essayed to
speak. You have orders to not talk,
and a good soldier always obeys orders.
Eh, Sunshine? Not a word, sir, nor an
attempt to utter a word. I hope to soon
see you ready to return to duty. When
you are ready to leave tho hospital re
port to me for instructions. I will see
you again, sir. Sunshine, toko good
caro of him." And tho old olllcer
What a bright, generous flood of sun
light ho left behind him. Two young
hearts glowing with an encouragement
that filled their souls with happiness
Tho days passed rapidly, and despite
tho pain ho buffered they wire happy
days to Private llrown, for Alice u as
ever by his cot encouraging him with
her devoted love. Nor was she alone
In her attentions to the wounded man.
Every olllecr and lady in tho garrison
called daily and bestowed upon hlra
tho kindest attention, their hearts
glowing with admiration for his hero
ism. 1 said every olllcer. That was
not true. I.iout. Vamlover never enmo
near him. That olllcer now kept close
in tho seclusion of his own quarters
only when obliged to come forth on
duty. When his troop was ordered
hastily Into thu saddle to fly to the as
sistance of Itrown in his defense of tho
commander's daughter Vandever
pleaded Illness and took to his bed for
a day. Tho looks of contempt vt hlch
were cast at him by tho other ofllcers
ufter that day mado hU life one not to
bo envied, and it was not long before,
nt his own request, ho was transferred
ton distant garrison, where ho vowed
ho would begin his military career
With tender, lovlxig hands Alice ad
ministered to her lover's every want,
and the roses deepened in her cheeks,
her eyes grew brighter and her musical
laugh took on n more joyous ring n'a
sho notod his fast Increasing strength.
AV'hen ho was at last permitted to ri'o
from his cot and walk slowly about
tho ward supported iy her arm, sho
seemed happy and joyous as a child.
Ono fine morning beforo Alice had
come to the hospital on her dally mis
sion of love, the surgeon and llrown
sat talking in Jio former's office.
M'l i wix 7--) tl Li?
"l'AKAl.YZKS YOU, Ell, MV
Tho patient had on tho previous day
walked to his troop's quarters, where
ho was given an ovation by Ills com
rades. "It is a lovely warm morning,
llrown," tho surgeon said, "and if you
will walk slowly and not over-exert
yourself you can go and surprise tho
wjonal and your little nurso with ,
cull. I am sure they will warmly wol
lie needed no second bidding, and
leaning on a cane for support, walked
slowly to tho colonel's quarters. On
the way he met several ofllcers, and
wnrm were the congratulations poured
upon him over his recovery. Again ho
crossed the porch as ho had dono a few
weeks before, but not now with fear
Entering tho hall ho rapped H"v
s.t t-o ..Cutlers floor, rhe same sliarp,
harsh "Come In," greeted his cars, but
it did not now 1111 him with alarm.
Turning tho knob, ho entered.
"I'rlvnto itrown, by all tho gods of
warl" cried the bluff old soldier, aris
ing and grasping his hand. "Out
again, eh? Once more on your pins?
That's right. Take a chair. I am
very glad to see you."
For half an hour they conversed re
garding his wound, his return to duty
and various other topics, but tho young
soldier's thoughts were In another
apartment with his loved one, nnd ho
longed to greet her for tho first tlmo in
her own home. Unablo to suppress
this burning deslro ho Anally said:
"Col. Sanford, before I return to tho
hospital will you not permit mo to pay
my respects to my faithful nurse, Miss
Tho old ofllcer's face assumed a cold,
stern look and his genial air seemed to
vanish as before an icy wind as ho re
"Private llrown, wo may as well
come to an understanding right now
You nobly risked your lifo to restore
my beloved child to my arms, anil I
am deeply grateful to you for doing so.
It was but her simple duty to nurso
you through tho long days of suffering
which you were called upon to endure
from a severe and dangerous wound re
ceived In her defense. Sho performed
that duty, and with my full approval
and consent. Her duties as your nurso
are now at an end, and I regret that I
may give you pain after all yon suf
fered for her if, in doing what I con
sider to be a father's duty, I use harsh
language toward you. You may think
It cruel nnd heartless, sir," when I tell
you that I cannot permit her in her
own homo to receive a call from a pri
vate soldier, no matter how worthy
that soldier may bo."
llrown's faco paled, ns the cruel
words cut into his heart as a knife. A
great fear came upon him, and ho nl
most groaned aloud In his agony of
spirit. Ilu tried to speak, but with u
gesture tho olllcer stopped him.
"Nor, sir, hear my decree, from tho
enforcement of which 1 will never
mutii) n jot. After thi. visit Private"
ltlchitrd llrown will never again bo per
mitted to enter this house, and I shall
forbid my daughter to ever again men
tlon his name in my presence. Tills may
seem damnably cruel to you, sir, after
what you have done for us, but thoro
are rules of propriety in army life that
cannot bo disregarded. My daughter
cannot maintain friendly relations with
a private in tho ranks."
Ho paused and regarded the young
man closely, llrown sat as dumb as a
marble statue nnd almost as pale, for
his heart was eomplutely crushed at
tho cruel decree.
"Hut," tho colonel resumed, with a
strange twinkle in his eyes, "I.lout.
Edward Thornton will olways bo a
welcome guest nt my home. There is
your commission, sir, you trembling
rascal, fresh from tho hands of tho sec
retary of war. Lieutenant Thorn ton, let
me be tho first to congratulate you upon
your promotion, and to assuio you that if
you prove art faithful in tho dlseluirgo
of your duties ns an olllcer as Private
llrown always proved nB a soldier in
the ranks, tho btnrs of a general may
Mime day rest upon your shoulders. "
As he spoke ho handed tho young
man his commission, and warmly
grasped his hand, while a grim biuilo
played over his face.
Thornton took the paper mechanic
ally. In his wild astonishment ho could
not utter a word. lie stood there trem
bling and turning white nnd red by
turns until the old olllcer broke Into a
loud laugh over his embarrassment.
"Paralyzes you. my boy? Just pet
rifles you with amazement, lly God
frey, I have hud that document hid
away for two weeks just to have this
fun with you. Never mind, lieutenant
(slapping him familiarly on the shoul
der) you'll get over it and regain full
uso of your paralysed tongue after
while. I will find something that will
restore your speech. Allcel Alice!"
"Coming, papa, in a moment," cauio
a silvery voico from another part of tho
Like a ray of loveliest sunshlno she
entered, and an exclamation of pleas
ure fell from her lips at sight of her
"Lieut. Thornton, allow mo to pre
sent my daughter, Miss Sanford Alice,
dear, this is First Lieut. I'd ward Thorn
ton, a new officer just assigned to duty
with II Troop, Sixth cavulry.
Tho old man dui ted out of the door
to hide tho tears that ho could no long
er forco back, and tho lovers were
clasped In each other's arms.
"Ned, dear, what Is the matter with
papa? What did ho mean by such an
As an answer ho placed tho commis
sion in her hands, nnd a hasty glance
nt tho document told her all. With a
glad cry she again claspod her arms
around the young officer's neck and to
gether they wept tears of Joy.
"Your father says you must never
mention tho naino of Private Drown
again, darling," ho said, with a smiling
"I Just don't enro what papa says, I
will always lovo him. Ho was my first
love, and tho name Private llrown will
always bo a cherished ono in my heart."'
How handsome ho looked in his now
uniform, with tho straps of a first lieu
tenant resting on his shoulders. And
how proud tho day when Col. Sanford
Introduced him to tho officers of tho
oarrison ns a brother officer nnd as his
prospecuvo son-in-law. iTom every
officer of tho post ho received a most
hearty welcome Into tho official ranks,
nnd not ono of them but felt honored
with tho friendship of one whose hero
ism had been put to such nil extreme
test nnd had not been found wanting.
A couplo of years after their marrlago
Lieut, and Mrs. Thornton were sitting
on tho porch of their quarters enjoying
tho refreshing coolness or n flew Mexi
co summer evening. Tho Houtcnantwns
enjoying a cigar and watching tho cver
chnnglng hues of tho western clouds ns
tho sun Blowly sank down behind tho
Han Mateo mountains while his lovely
wlfo snt scanning tho columns of tho
last Usuo of tho Army and Navy Jour
nal. "0, Ncdl Hero Is an Item about Mr.
Vnndover," she exclaimed.
"What Is it, dear?"
"Dismissed from tho service for cow
ardice in tho face of tho enemy In an
Indian campaign In Wyoming."
"It docs not astonish mo, ho replied.
"Such unworthy men but rarely get
Into tho service to cast reproach upon
tho most honored profession on earth,
nnd they invariably meet with their
just deserts. An ulcer has been re
moved from an otherwise healthy
Promotion enmo In succcsslvo steps
to our hero ns tho years rolled on.
Mnj. Thornton now commands ono of
tho most Important posts in tho far
west. Ho Is yet in tho very prime of
manhood, nnd Is the Idol of his beloved
Alice, whose marital lifo has been one
of unclouded hnpplness. Tho major's
aunt, whom he and Alice several times
visited In her llrooklyn home, died sev
eral years ago leaving him a largo for
tune, yet hu remains In tho service
whero ho found such great hnpplness,
nnd expects to serve his country until
retired by reason of ago.
Often they sit together in tho beau
tiful western twilight, tho dlgnllled,
handsome officer and his lovely wife,
and talk of tho strange events which
clustered around their courtship, and
the sweet woman Is never so happy as
when ho gently chides her for her lack
of taste In falling in lovo with an hum
ble private in tho ranks.
PHOTOGRAPHING BY VENUS.
Picture Mmlr 1" llellccleil I,IkM
After a Journey of 1(10,1)00,.
(First Published Aug 16, 1901 )
Stntoof Kansas, 1
COME AND GO
In many forms
makeup a large prt of human V
auflerlng. They come suddenly, V
but they go promptly by the
St. Jacobs Oil I
which U a certain sure cure, V
STRANGE TRAGEDY IN TURKEY
uxs?fr,ii i. r rv.vu hrvn r ' T '
THE HOME GOLD CI
An Ingenious Treatment by Which
Driiiikiii (Is are lloing Cured Dully
In Spile ot 'Ilieiiiselves.
No .Noxious IIosch. .No Weakening ol
the .Nerves. A l'leustint ami Posi-
tive Cure lor the Liquor Habit.
.It Is now generally known and tin
dorstood that Drunkenness is u dis
oaso and not weakness. A body filled
with poison, and nerves completely
shattered by periodical or constant
use of Intoxicating Ihiuors, requires
an antidote capnblo of neutralizing
and eradicating this poison, and de
stroying tho craving for intoxicants.
Sullerers may now cuto themselves at
homo without publicity or loss of tlmo
from business by this wonderful
"HOME GOLD CUKE" which ha
been perfected ufter so many years of
close study andtreatmentoflnohrintes.
Tho faithful uso uecordlng to direc
tions of this wonderful discovery is
positively guaranteed to euro tno most
obstinate easo, no matter how hard u
drinker. Our records show tho mar
volous transformation of thousands of
Drunkards into sober, industrious and
WIVKS CUKE YOUR HUS
HANDS!! CHIEDHENCUHH YOUH
PATH KUS !! This remedy Is in no
sonso a nostrum but is a spcoilio for
this disease only, und is so skillfully
dovlsed and prepured that it Is thor
oughly soluble and pleasant 10 tho
taste, so that it can bo given in a cup
of tea or eolfeo without tho knowledge
of tho person taking It. Thousands
of Drunkards havo cured thomsolves
with this priceless remedy, and as
many more havo beon cured and mado
temperate men by having tho "CUHK"
administered -by loving friends and
relatives without their knowlcdgo in
cotleo or ton, and beliovo today that
thoy discontinue drinking of theirowu
free will. DO NOT WAIT. Do not
bo doludcd by apparent and mislead
ing "improvement." Drive, out tho
disease at oneo and for all time.' Tho
'HOME GOLD GUHE" is sold at tho
extremely low prico of Ono Dollar
thus placing within reach of every
body u treutmont nioro olTcotunl than
others costing $25 to $50. Full dlrec
n'0 by skilled pbysleluns when
i without extra charge. Send
ir.y pait of tho world on
Dol'ar. Address Dept.
'.. GILES & COM
M2 Market Street,
i eo sli letly conil-
MrlkliiK llxnmple f the V. Tlml
I AVrauKht by Urowliiir In-
Orthodox Mohammedans are horri
fied at the rapid spread of intemper
ance In Turkey, und they point to- o
recent tragedy as a striking example
of the cill (lint is wrought by indul
gence in strong drink, say the New
Kasslm Uej, a captain of police at
Phaniirttkl, on the Sea of Marmora, In
vited his friend nnd colleague- Tahsin
Uffcndi to take supper with him some
dajs ago. '.The invitation was ac
cepted, and the two friends enjojed a
hearty meal, after which they began
to drink brand). Tahsin KiTendi, ufter
drinking a few glasses, felt, that he
had quite enough, and, as-lie saw that
his host was nearly intoxicated, he
suggested that the) stop drinking nnd
go out into the fresh air. InTurkc).
lionet or, it Is not considered good
manners for a host to stopUrliiMiigas
long as any of his guests remain sober,
nnd therefore Jlasslm JJe), instenu oi
adopting the suggestion, tilled his
friend's goblet with brandy once more
and insisted that he should drain it
With a smile, Tahsin KlTcndl thrust
awn) the brimming goblet which his
host held out to him, whereupon Kas
slm lley became furious and owed
that if he did not drain It nt onev he
would shoot him like a dog. To his
guest this seemed n good joke, and he
laughed heartil), but still he peislstcd
lu his refiiul to take the proffered
goblet, mi) hip; bluntly that ho had
drunk quite enough, nnd that he did
not see any sense in drinking more
than was good for him. Hardl) hnd
he uttered these woids when Itupslni
Hey drew his rcwiher from his pocket
nnd shot him dead, emphasizing the
action bv thrusting the weapon Into
his face, just as a moment before he
had thrust the goblet.
Tahsin I'.lTendi rolled under the table
if corpse, and at the ghsstl) sight his
host's senses returned and he iled for
his life. In riiannraki he hud oneter)
intimate friend, his artillery olllcer,
and he took refuge with him and told
him the w hole stury. The olllcer prom
ised to harbor him as long as he could,
but fie adilsed him to surrender to the
authorit ies, nnd this advice Itiisslm He)
took. What the iesult of this trial
will be cannot be foretold, but It is be
lleed that, in view of Ills uiliuitary
surrender and of the fact that the
murder was certainly not premedi
tated, only t light sentence will be im
posed on hl").
Kcrenm, .Iteliiust Humors, l'imples.
Does your Skin Itch und Hum?
Distressing Eruptions on tho Skin so
vou fed ashamed to bo in company?
Do Scabs and Scales form on tho
Skin? Hair or Sculp? Have yon
Eov.ema? Skin soro orCraeked? Hash
form on tho Skin? Prickly pain In
tho Skin? Swollen joints? Pulling
Hair? All run down? Skin pale?
Old Sores? Eating Sores? Ulcers?
To euro to stuv cured tnko H. H. LI.
IHolanic Hlood Halm) which makes
tho blood iuuo and rich, tlion tho
sores will heal and tho Itching i of
ec7ema will stop forover, tho skin bo
eomo clenr and tho blood nuro. H. H.
H. sold at drug stores at $1. Trial
treatment sont freo and prepaid by
wrlttingto Hlood Balm Co., Atlanta,
Ga. Deserlbo vourtroublo and freo
medical ailvlco given. Over 3000 tes
timonials of euros by B. B. B.
A blosslng alike to young and old;
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw
berry. Nature's speclllo fordysentery
diarrhoea and summer complaint.
Bronson Hecord: Frank McCarty
and Baily Palmer woro in Fort Scott
Tuesday night consulting an attornoy.
Tho Fort Scott, tola & Western Hull
way company Is trying to mako them
inovo a part of tho elovator at Mornn
and thoy will bring suit for damages.
Tho road runs so near tho north
sldo of their olovator that their scales
will havo to bo moved and they havo
no other placo to put them. If they
nro compelled to make tho change It
will almost ruin their business at that
If tho stomach and bowols nro freo
from gaseous and sour fluid accumu
lations und tho hobltH rogulur, your
children will go through the heated
term wlthoutslokness. Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Popsln corrects all such
troubles by removlug tho obscurocauso
andlseops tho system in perfect work
ing order. Cl-aa. B. Spencer, loin,
Kana., and Klnno & Son, Moran. Ks.
Dr. William It. Urooks, V. It. A. S.,
director of the Smith obserintory
and professor of astronomy, Hobart
college, describes In the August Cen
tury, with pictures made from photo
giuphs hy himself, certain recent ex
periments he has made in pho
tographing scenery and people by
the light of tho planet Venus.
Photographing by VenuB light
Rounds strange, indeed, but it is an
accomplished fact, lly this Is not
meant the photographing of the im
ago of the planet Itself through the
Intervention of the telescope or cam
era, but the use of the simple, direct
rays from Venus, just as they como
from the planet. These direct rays,
when nllowcd to fall upon n sensitive
plate, in front of and in contact with
which a negative or positive, photo
graphic or otherwise, is placed, uro
sulllelently actinic to reproduce (na
turally in reverse) the image of such
negative or positive, and with a
wealth of dctnil quite remarkable.
My pictures lllustrato some of tho
work done, in tho manner described,
by the ngeney of tho light from this
most charming of planets
Queen of beauty. . . .
Star of the Kvenlng, benutlful Star.
These experiments were not, how
ever, conducted when Venus waa
"evening star," but in Us more recent
phnso ns "morning star."
The nnclents, hy the way, did not
understand that Venus ns our beau
tiful morning nnd evening star was
one and the same planet. Its move
ments were a great puzzle to them.
They called It Hesperus as evening
star, and when on tho other siile ot
the sun thev called it Phosphorus,
Son of the Morning. The wise. Pytha
goras, however, perceived nnd tnught
that these two nnnies belonged to
the same planet, as, by its revolu
tions, it appeared alternately upon
Hie eastern or western side ot our
(Trent central luminary.
Venus became morning star upon
.he Sth of July, 1000, nnd reached Its
greatest elongation from the sun
about 10 degrees on the 17th ot
September. It was soon after this
thnt the experiments herein Illus
trated were begun, being some tluin
after the planet had reached' its
greatest brilliancy. The remarkable
success attending the very tlrst ex
periment was a pleasant and gratify
It is well known thnt nbieets placed
in tho path of the rays of light coin
Imr from Venus when brightest will
cnRt distinct shndows. These ale
ory sharp and well defined when re
ceived upon a white surface. Tho
shadow of one's hand, for instance,
even when held some distnnee from
n white card or paper, is remnrknbly
distinct in outline. This shnrpness
of dellnltinn will be readily under
stood when we remember that tho
light fiom Venus Is emanating from
nlmost n point as viewed from ilia
earth, so distant is the planet.
My attention has often been nt
traeted by this in the dark dome of
the observntorv, when the open shut
ter has been directed toward Venus.
On the western, Inside wall of the
observntor.v, and, of course, facing
the east, are u number of tables ot
standard stars and prominent clus
ters and nebulae. These we on
white cardboard, and, as I
passed and repassed them In my
work, n perfect silhouette was cast
upon these cards, showing the dis
tinctive brightness of this fnr-avvny
Was this light of Miftlclrnt netinlo
intensity to affect tin photographic
plate'.' The thought rested with mo
for somo time, iinA nt length I de
cided to make the tyst.
A piece of clear glass was placed
in a photographic printing frame, on
which wnR laid a piece of lnce; on
this, in turn, n gelatine dry plate was
placed, and the hack of tho frame,
was closed, pressing nil into contnet.
In another frnme a plate was placed
In contnet with n landscape negative.
The two plates were exposed side by
side to the rays of light coming from
Venus through the open shutter of
the observntor.v dome. All other
light was carefully excluded except
that which came from tho planet,
nnd the exposure was made at tho
darkest hour of the night, after
Venus had arisen, and before the ap
proach of dawn. The time of expos
ure was about in minutes.
Pictures weie successfully made at
the next trial, two mornings later.
Numerous other pictures were mado
In much the siime way. In somo
eases the negative was made from a
transparency, In others a positive
from a negative solely by Venus
light. This positive was reproduced
Into a negative, fiom which tho
prints were mnde by the usual meth
ods. The exposures were from ISO to
45 minutes, according to tho density
of the negative and the clearness of
the sky. In all eases the plates
proved to be fully timed, the ehi-in-ieal
action being much stronger than
The lights by which these experi
ments were mado proceeded ilrst
from the sun to Venus, and was then
reflected from Venus to its neighbor
ing planet, tho earth. How far had
this light traveled on Its great cir
cuit? One hundred and sixty mil
lions of miles.
Allen County. ("
before K. O IIoiikIi, a Justice of tlio Pence In
nnd for tlio City of loin, Allen County,
Sjmto of Kiinsns
Mlko linunmn, l'lulntllT i
It H Ollllllan, lately do-1
Inxbuslnes.snsthcll S. Civil Action
(lilllllnn riitKslone Co.
Ilcfcndnnt , J
Hula ilcfcmlcnt it H. Ollllllan will tnlio notice
tlml liu has been micd In tho nbovc named
Court upon a claim for work nnd labor done by
iHuinun, lor uejenunnis, ni ticicnannis npccini
InHtimoo and rc(ue.t, for tho sum of f 21.00; and
that said cause will be beard before said
Justice at his ortlce In the cltv of loin, Allen
cuuniy, ivnnsas, ruesany, inc imru uuy ni
September, A. I), inoi, at!) o'clock n, m. of all
of which you will take notice nndKovcrnyour
In default of your nppcarnnce nnd nnswer
liiK in said action, judgment will be rendered
for the plaintiff, aicalnst you, for the sura ot
21 00, as prayed for by him.
Witness my hand, this 12th dns.of August,
A. 1). 1901 W
.lustlecof the l'caco.
Oscar l'oust A- Son nnd llaxtcr U. McGlaln,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
(First Published Auit 16,1901.)
In The District Court for said Countv.
matcin Knnsns, i
: No. M17,
KobcrlM. Works, Plaintiff!
Malachl V l'lank, Harriet ',
A. i'iuiik ii h wiic. Mirun r..
Clark, & Alon70 Jones, l)c-
Said ilefimlaiits will tnko notice that
they havo been sued In tho nboro named
Court for the purpose of Imvlnir a decree en
tered (lulctlni; Hi" title of this plaintiff to the
following described real estate to-wlt, Com
mciicliiK nt the south-east corner of the north
cast quarter of Mellon 33. township 24, rnnito
18. thence north SO rods, west 61 rods OH feet,
south so rods, west 18 rods 11U feet, thence
south to center ot the Neosho ltlvcr, thence
upsnld river following tho center thereof ton
point south of and 20 rods west uf beginning
thence north to said point 20 rods wcRt of be
ginning thence cast to place of beginning con
mining 13 1-6 acres nioro or less, and must an
sw cr the petition llled therein by s.ild plaintiff
on or before tho Twenty neicnth daj of Sep
tember HOI, A. 1), or said petition will bo
taken as true, nnd judgment for plaintiff In
said action and decree entend asprajed for.
ATTIST S C IlllKWSlEll.
Clirk of Said Court
T. S. STOVEIt,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
(First l'libllshcd-Aug 21. 1901.)
State of ICansas, I .
Allen County. (
In The District Court for Said County
.lames Spcllacy, l'lalnllff
Mnrv I J. Darlington, I. S. i
Dirlington und Northrupf
National Itink of lol.i, n
corporation Defendants, i
Said deftndants Mary 1! Darlington nnd 1'.
S. Darlington will tnko notice that they have
been sued in the above named Court fur
Hpeclllo performance of contract for sale of
real estalu situated In Allen county. State of
Kansas, to wit The S 1! Ji of sec 23, Twp.
SS. Range 17 II. of nth I M nnd for Injunction
as fully set forth In plalntirf's petition tiled In
s idl action and must ausw cr the petition llled
therein by s.ild plaintiff on or before the tilth
d ly of October A. II 1901, or said petition will
be taken as true, und judgment for plaintiff In
h lid action for speclllo iierformancc of con
tract and for Injunction against defendant
as lsln potltlonof plalntlills prayed for will
be rendered accordingly
ITlHiT S C IlKKWSTI.il.
Clerk of said I ourt
(Kcir l'oust . Son and llixtel D Mc
Cl.iln, Attornejs tor Plaintiff.
I'lrst published In the lol i
In the District Court for said county.
SI ate of Kansas, i
ltosa Thomas, p'alntltr, )
his wlfo. (first name un
known to plaintiff) and
II A. 1 nomas, iicicnu-
Mid defendant, 11 A Thomas, will take no
tice that he has been sued lu tho above named
Court for the possession of the following de
scribed real cstato. situate In tho Cits of lola.
Allt n County. Stntoof Kansas, towlt
I,otsNos U.S. 14 In lllouk No 8, llunnell's
SulMllvlslon. N U ol N 'i section Jf.
TownshlpSI, llango 18. tosald City of lnla it
being the bomcsiead of plalntllT und foi which
she brings this action, and the relief as praj od
for In her pitltlou. llled herein and to quiet
her title thereto and must unsuer the petition
llled by said plalntllT on or before the SUth day
of sentombi'i. A D 1IHJ1. or said petition will
be taken as true, und judgment for plnlntirf In
slid action us piuved for 1 plaintiff in her
petition will be lendoud iiccnrdlnglj
UTthHll s V llici.vvsriii.
Clerk of s ild Court
Oscar Poust , son llaxtcr 11 McClaln,
(Plrst published August 9, 1900.)
Sherill's Sale Under Execution.
SrvrroV' Kansas, i i
Ai.i.kn County. ( "
Tho l'lrst National Hank of Port i
Scott, Kansas, I
A. M. AyersundJ. 1). Hill. J
lly virtue of an execution tome dlrcetid
and delivered, Issued out of tho seventh Ju
dicial District Court of the state of Kansas,
sitting In und for Allen county. In said state.
I will on Monday. September 16, A. 1). 1901, nt
the hour of 1 o'clock p m of said day, nt the
courthouse door III the city of lola, In tho
county nnd stulo uforesnld, oiler lit public
sale und sell to the highest bidder, for cash
in nand, all the right, title und Interest of tho
nLovo n.'.med defendant, .1. 1). 11111, In und to
the following described real estate property,
to-wlt Lot ono (1) In block ono (I) andlots
tareo (3), four (4). Uve (5). six (6), sevin (7).
tight (8), nine (0) und ten (10) in block live
(V)! and lot three (3) la block fight (8). lot live;
(8) In block ten (10); lot six (6) in block ten (10)
lot seven (7) In block Un 1 101, lots three 131 and
four l In block eleven 111, lots live S und
six III In block eleven lllj, lots UvolBl.sIr
I0, seven 171 und eight 8 In block twelve
121. all In thu cltv of l.ullariic, In said Allen
county, Kansas, sild property levied on, anil
to bo sold with appraisement ns tho property
of tho above named defendant, J D. Hill
11 nuiiMir. ,-Miunu.
Sheriff's olllco lola, Kansas. July 31, 1901.
Kceno & dales, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Port
Tin' Mini llovviiro Of.
Heware of him who meets you with
i friendly mien, arid in the midst of a
cordial salutation, seeks to avoid your
If you cBiiuot do xvhatyou like to do,
try to like to do whst you have todo.
Plist published August 9, 1901.
Ill tlio District Court of Allen County, If an-
In ic-nsslgnmcnt of Jennie Hums for tho
benefit of creditors
Notice Is hereby given Unit .the undirslgned
nsslgnee of the above usslgncd estate Intends
to nnd w HI on the lltli iluy of October 1901, nt
ono (1) o'clock p. m m so soon thereafter us
tho eourt can hear tho sumo, apply to the Dis
trict Court ot said county ut the District Court
loom In tho City of lola, Allen County. Kan
sas, to bo discharged from bis tiustus assignee
ns uforesnld, It W. Mi lKivvru.
AHloiiniletl the Editor.
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