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3 IOLA REGISTER
'tfULIfcUIHD 1CVJ3UY FJtIDAY.
OKAS. P. SOOTT. .
atorcd In tho I-oslofllco at Iola, Krnitai,
occnnu mass Matter.
ier.lndTiinco t m
too months, lit advance "."" in
L,inv ABVnnTisiso bate
Fftfloknown on application,
ONE, TWO, T1IUKE!"
1 Was on old. old. old. old l.uiv
And a boy tL it was hair lmst thrnv
na tho way tlit thoy played together
Wan beautiful to see.
hooouUn't At rminlnit nnd Jumping,
Aim mo uoy, no mora could lie.
'or ho was a 1 'iin little follow.
With a thin bttlo twlslod kneo. ' .
'hoy satin tho vcllovv twilight,
(Jul under tho maple tree:
ind tho game they played I'll toll you,
Justus it was told to 1110.
twas hide nnd no seek thoy wore plajlntr,
Though you'd never havo known It to bu
VI til an old, olil, old, old Imly,
And tho boy v ilh tho in Istul knee.
ITIidboy would cnd his fnee down
On Tin ono bulo sound rluht Unco.
Knfl he'd ruos vvhero rIio vrus lildlmc.
In ifuessoa om , two, three!
"Vou are tn tin ehlnn closet'"
i Ho would cry nnd laujrh with rice
t wnsn'l tho china closet,
Wit he sLi.l hail two nnd three.
j'Vou aro up In papa's bli; bedroom.
In tho chest with the queer old koyl"
Knd sho said "You tiro vvut m und vvurtnor:
Hut you're not quite rlht, said sho.
'It can't bo the little ctpnjaid
r Whcro mamma's thl 'lsumh! to bo
io It must be tiicclmlf - uc-, Kriin'tnn!"
!And ho found her ill ills three.
Chen sho eov end he 1 1 , e ,1111 tier IliiscrH.
I'll if. IVi in u iIiiMki! ml a 'i.ln ml ... ...
, ...-,.. V ...... . .., n i iii.i IIIKI DVV,
And she 'ucsscd wl.cn tho imv naMhtdinir.
W'tll II "UC ailll t,i, and u Lilt . 0.
And they never hay" Mined Hum their pluues,
ItlUlit um'.er tho mui tc tico
I'hWold. old. old old lady,
Aiid tho boj Uh tho Iriiio little kneo
'Ids dear, do ir. doar old lady.
And the buy v ho was half past three.
II 0. Ilunner.
n Then the baby is most llkc
8 ly nervous, nnd fretful, and
P doesn't gain in weight.
5 Scott's Emulsion
S Is the best food and medicine ri
5 for teething babies. They d
g gain from the start. jj!
5 Send for n free sample. gf
P SCOTT Ki 1IOWN1J, Chcmlts, G
A 409-415 l'earl Blrcet, New York, H
,) 50c. nnd$!.oo;ftltdnif!RlM. H
City Council Filially (.Ives the Struct
It.iilWiiy a I'nssngo liesiilo l'tiuip
The city council mot Monilny pur
suant to adjournment last Thursday
night, tho chief business of thu ovon
tng seeming to have been to lliiish the
ordiniineo jjritutlnHT to tho Iola street
railway a right-of-way across Iho
lolly's river land for a trade to tho
street railway park. Tho ordinance
.ma, passed was brought up sumo nights
ajjo, roierrcu to mo juuieiary eoniniu
too, and last nl(,'ht it was passed by 11
rood majority. It grants tho rljjht-of-way
asked for, a l'J foot strip between
tho power houso and tho river bank.
Tho conditions aro that tho track shall
bo so maintained that teams may
cross It readily south of Iho power
house; no passengers aro to bo let out
on tho city sido of tho track; tho river
bank is lo bo maintained; tho city
water supply U not to be fouled by tho
throwing in of rubbish, tho Wont street
track is lo bo lowered to grado without
oxpenso to tho city; tho track must not
interfere with tho water or lij;ht plans
or their extensions; a failure to oper
uto for ono year shall cancel tho per
mit; breaking tho tonus of tho ordln
aneo shall forfoll; written acceptanco
(must bo hied within llfteen days; tho
Ordlnaneo shall bo lejjal after publica
tion in tho Iola HixiiSTiut,
I, Mr. Crouch, when shown tho ordlnaneo
that fnornlng, roitoratcd his de
claration that ho will not accept it.
Other buMtioss tranjacted by tho
council was as follows:
Tho petition of tho Labor Day colo
uration committee asking for uso of
'gas from tho city well on that day was
grantod, same to bo used under super
vision of water and light superinten
Building permits wore granted to J.
T. Wood and 0. II. DeCluto to oroct
2-Btory brick business houses on lots
5 and 0, block "3.
, On recommendation of the city attor
ney tho bill of Luto F. Stover, for
urvoylng, was allowed for $4 :!.".
Tho city attorney reported on tho
'petition of II. J. Wood and others for
' a crossing over tho Missouri Facllle
'.on north Third street, that it cannot
bo allowed, thoro being no correspond
''fng struct north of the track.
'. Ordinance No. 471, providing for
kthe building of certain portions of
snow sidewalk on Third, Kentucky,
sBonnoll and Broadway streets, was
t road und passed.
jj On motion tho council adjourned to
Unoot Monday August 18 at 8 o'clock,
's Hliut tern All Jtrconls.
Twice in hospital, V. A. Gulled go,
Verbena, Ala., jiald a vast sum to
doctors to euro a sovoro eao of piles,
oaualnfr 21 tumorfl. When all failed,
Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo soon curod
:lilm. Subduoslnlliimmation, conquers
Adhos, kills lMlns. Best salvo In tho
' world, -'"jc Evans Bros, dru
Vour (moil Things.
j.'our thlnijH aniotb the besi I clasu;
Arcadv HO e '
And n word mat mean" a deed.
J'rom the l)ay-Ilooli of John Stuart Ulncklo.
Open Jlnrket for Oil.
Ncodesha Keglstor: Tho Standard
Oil company has decided that It will
not conllno Itself to tho purchasing of
royalty oil In Ncodesha and adjoin
ing Holds but buy oil In tho open mar
ket und for that purposo will Immedi
ately doublo the capacity of Its rofln-
cry at Neodosha. This means that all
'and owners In tho Kansas and Terri
tory oil Holds may drill their own
wolls with tho assuranco of a ready
market for tholr crudo product at
Ncodesha at prevailing prices, they
of course, "paying tho freight." Tho
enlargement of tho plant here lo rollno
this oil moans the nddltlon of two
more stills and many more tanks to
the two stills and fo.'ty or more tanks
already hero. Tho work of this Im
provement will employ from 00 to "t")
mei for DO days, when tho work Is to
bo completed, eighteen or twenty of
which will be experts imported from
the oast, tho rest of them being found
in this neighborhood If possible.
Thomas Black, superintendent at tho
rollncry, says Mils work will bo pushed
as rapidly as posslblo, beginning Im
mediately; that all tho material that
possibly can will bo bought hero and
that part of It Is already on tho
ground. It will also noarly double
tho number of men now omploycd huiu
by (ho Standard Oil company and
will pourj Into this ! olll Hold 1 many
thousands of dollars per month that
does not now coino hero. This decis
ion and action of tho Standard Oil
company Is of lmmonso value to Neo
dosha and vicinity.
How Wo Hani u Living.
City Clork William ICnapp has j.ist
run ovor his book In which he records
the occupation licenses taken out by
Iola men and tho summaries show
some interesting tilings about tho dif
ferent ways in which wo oarn our
There aro .".S real estate agents; US
other kinds of agents; -11) contractors
of various kinds; two corporations,
tho Iola Gas Company and the Stand
ard Oil Companj ; 0110 coal dealer; 20
tobacco dealers;!) clothing merchants;
,',i doctors; 1 deutlsts; !) drug stores;
" Hour dealers; :;:! groceries; llvo
plumbing establishments; llvo hotels;
21 lawyers; (I lumbermen; 10 moat
markets: (1 milliners; one pawn broker;
11 restaurants; three tatnala stand?;
12 transfer wagons.
A study of tho list is roally Indica
tive of tho growth of tho town, tho
proponderoneo of doctors, lawyer,
contractors and transfer men all Indi
cating that things aro lively here.
Tuesday the Iiuaisxiiii had a short
Item to tho ellect that tho shorllT of
Anderson county has pursued a horse
thiol namod Georgo Crouse over 700
miles and Is now hot on his trail
down near Mary vllle, Mo., with blood
John Harris, the south Walnut
street boarding houso koopcr, saw tho
Item und says ho hopos tho man will
bo caught, and he reminds tho Kiwis
Tint of tho fact that Crouso is wanted
hero. Shortly after Crouso stolo a
horso and buggy noar Uluo Mound
ho camo horo and roomed with Harris,
giving tho Impression of bolug a nlco,
quiet man. Ho was traced and sus-
pectod and Luto Button and Bill Con
ley wentlo arrest him. They got him
ono evening at Harris's hut ho asked
to stop to tho barn, did so, went 011
through and tied. Button shot at him
but ho got away. Tho next night
Billy MeClure's horso and buggy dis
appeared and ho never found a truce
of It. It was always thought that
Crouso stolo tho tig and used It to
make his escape.
So If ho Is caught ho may bo given
a whirl In tho courts horo after An
derson county gets through with him.
ItcportOn Simile Trees.
Iola, Kansas,,Ang. 8, 1002
Wo, your commlttco horotoforo ap
pointed to Investigate tho condition ol
tho shado trees in tho City Fark and
roportto tho Allon County Horticul
tural Bocloty, beg leave to submit the
Wo inado (on Thursday tho 7th
Inst. ) a thorough examination of the
trees on tho grounds heroin before
mentioned and found that tho borers
aro dovastlng tho trees, especially the
bountiful olms. Wo found four of tho
linost elms in tho park entirely dead
with unmlftakablo evidence of having
been dostroyed by tho borers, and
most of them seem to bo located just
whom thoy wero needed tho most for
shade. We found others showing
evldcnco of prematura decay and wo
aro of tho opinion that If something
Is not speedily done to rollovo tho
situation many of tho elms In said
park will, In tho noxt fow years suc
cumb to tho ravagos of their enemies.
Wofound a fow of tho other varieties
somewhat ollcctcd but they codld bo
easily spared If tho olms wero saved.
As much as tho proper uso of sulphur
will Biivo tho trees If applied In tlmo
wo would respectfully recommend that
tho propor authorities toko immediate
steps to forestall tho work of the
borers and save tho boautlful elms bo
foro any moto of them aro dostroyod.
As It Is usually said that future gen
erations will rise and call them
blessed, but wo bollove tho proscnt
generation will do tho blessing act If
tho trees aro saved, and If thoy aro
not saved wo will guarautco that this
crookod and porvorso generation will
not fall to heap deserved Imprecations
upon tho heads of tho authorities.
( SlONKl). )
f J. M. Mason,
Commltteo j Cm. A. Bowr.us,
I U. I). ). S.Mi:tri:it.
Were lloliuhig Monoy From Ono Soda
Fountain lU'itwcr to Spend at
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
Allen County Horticultural Society
advertised to meot us a picnic in the
Iola City park on Friday, August 8th
was, by the heavy shower which came
so opportunely, driven into tho G. A.
it. hall, where a sumptuous repast
wasservod at noon, after which tho
meeting was called to order by tho
president, II. Klaumann. Aftor tho
reading and approval of tho minutes
of the Inst meeting tho first subject
under discussion was tho spotlod or
scabby condition o the apple crop.
Soino members insisted that tho
specks or spots wero caused by an In
sect and thought that spraying would
prevent It. Mr. Jamos Townsend
showed sovoral varieties from his or
chards which woro woll sprayed last
year, and bin apples (oveu thu Maiden
Blush) aro extra line and free from
scab, and It wus tho opinion of tho
society that If ovorybody would spray
tho fruit troos and grupo vines we
could ralso just as lino fruit as wo did
yours ago. Mr. l'ancoast, secrotary,
read an article on spraying which
will also bo publlshod.
The fruit display, consisting of ap
ples, pears, plums, grapes and ono
lone peach, was lino. On tho canniu
of fruit, etc., Mr.s.KpponouurundMrs.
T.M. ,1 olios each prosontcd a paper
and gavo 11 talk setting forth some
vory important facts, and overy per
son doing any canning would doubt
lossbo bonolllted thereby. Mrs. Jones
has a special process for canning
corn and never had a can spoil. Tho
various modus of putting up cucum
bers wore discussed and some valu
able hints producod.
Quite a discussion on budding fruit
trcos was hud and somo valuable in
Tho commltteo which was appointed
to examine tho shade trcos in the City
park and roport why tho olms aro dy
ing, mudo a written roport, and tho
socloty voted that It was of sufliolont
importance to bo published as a sep
arate artlclo and so ordered. IVof.
Dickons, of tho State Agricultural
collogo. advortlsod to address us
gald that ho would bo hero, but failed
to materialize. WhjV Wo know not.
Tho noxt meeting will bo hold In
Illversldo park during tty,o fair, tho
llrst week In Soptomber. Bring your
nicu suiiiplos to Secretary Faucoast.
1). B. D. SMi:riv.i:it, Itoportor.
About 4 o'clock JTuesday afternoon
C. B. Spencer, tho south sldo drug
gist, glanced along behind .his show
cases and saw a small, brown hand
reaching acoss tho countor nthls soda
fountain and delving Into tho cash
drawer. Ho mado a detour nnd dash
with tho result that ho nubbod a
youngster with seventy-live cents
clutched in his (1st, which ho had un
doubtedly jus'- lllched from tho till.
Tho boy broko down when questioned
and gavo his namo us Willie Gross.
Ho said that ho had been put up to the
stealing by a friend, Uoy Young. It
did not take loug to llntl Young, but
ho looked wise, stoutly denied his
guilt, declared ho did not associate
with tho Gross boy. "I'm a good
boy," was tho burdon of his talk.
Tho Gross boy confessod freely and
said ho and tho other boys had taken
monoy sovoral times, going immed
iately ovor to Campbell Burroll's
spending It for Ice cream sodas. This,
naturally, did not Increase tho joy of
Mr. Silencer. Tho boys would seal
themselves at tho fountain, watch a
chanco when everybody was busy In
the rear of tho store, ireueh over tho
counter and pull out tho cash drawer,
tako money und go. Inquiry at Camp
boll ! Burrol's corroborated what tho
Gross boy said and It also struck the
Young boy, tho west sido druggist re
membering him from tho fact that just
tho ovenlng previous to tho stealing,
tho two boys had been In their store
und spent thirty-Hvo cents for drinks.
Both tlm boys wero arrested and
tholr ti litis sot for 2 o'clock today in
Justice Fetter's court. Thoy aro ten
or twelve jours old, big enough to
know thoy wero doing wrong.
Tho trial did not last long. Tho
boys maintained their innocenco and
an ollort was made to olear them.
Tho court lined each $10 and costs and
issued a stay of execution during thu
good behavior of tho youngsters.
Of county TroiiKurer us xhriwnbv thohoolis
In lliu County TrcuMircr'H unii'u luly 2s, ism.
Redemption Ind aw 01
do county iwi 19
Allen County lien 1JMI r,s
do ' llouil f,(ii7 M
do Hlnklnif Kiind.... 'tl.'ifto
do Court Houso . 137 f'J
tola Cltyllcn sum ml
do I In ml MH k
do Mrcoliuid Alloy ... 14"x T'l
do Sidewalk 171 to
do W and K. 1. tow 3D
Humboldt oily (len H'l K2
110 compioniiKO.. 1-1 mj
do Itimd .Tl SI
do Kink '.Ill lis
do Sidewalk,... ill 51
Morun city (ion fi :
do KohiI u Hi
do Sidewalk :i 10
tin St VJ
do Itond 21 M
do Hldounlk 4 is
do Slrcut ".. 5 III
(Lis lien 110 Ti
lias Htrci t 17 35
(Ins Itond .. , I 41
(Icrev.i Twp (len fit m
do Komi fr. us
do llouil 1 1) m
cailyln Twp lien
do Ho, id
do llotid 0 SI
do Slnltlni! fund
do Vi Sent tAiW
do KoAl.... 70 00
do Sinking fund
Iola I'wji lien
do Sinking Hind
do I kind
do Slnl.lnit fund...,
Humboldt Twp f!rn
do ItnllroiiU. ...
Villain Tup (len 110 73
School DIsiiiet .N'o, (inn
Discovered tthoitt ll,;il) in the hall over
Fulton lliiw. store -Did Little
Tho llro department turned out for
an tarly run Wednesday, bolng
summoned lo K'tst Iola about H:'.W
It is some time binco there has been a
llro and tho big blacks seemed to enjoy
tho break-neck race across town.
Tho llro started in somo unknown
way In tho hall over tho grocery store
of Fulton Brothers in tho contcr'of the
business part of east Iola. Tho hall
had not been occupied over night, so
tho only theory Is that it started from
ono of tho gas jets, tho pipe possibly
leaking. It burned across thu colling
lo the north wall and along it from
ono oud to tho othor, but was discov
ered bolero tho llamos got a good hold
on tho wood work. Beforo tho de
partment arrived tho Hrohadbcen vory
noarly brought undor .control and it
was easily subdued. Tho grocery
escaped practically without Injury. In
tho prevailing high wind tho llro
might have developed Into a nasty
one had It ever got away.
All Were Saved.
"For years T sulTorcd suoh untold
misery from Brouchltis," wrltos J. II.
Johnson, of Broughton, (la., "that of
ten I was unable to work. Then, when
overy thing elso failed, I was wholly
cured by Dr King's Now Discovery
for Consumption. My wife suffered
Intonsoly from Asthma, till It cured
hor, and all our oxpotienco goes to
show It Is tho best Croup mcdlclno in
tho world." A trail will convince
you it's unrivaled for Throat and
Lung disoases. Guaranteed bottles
Me and $1.00. Trial bottles free at
HALL'S CHEAT DISCOVERY.
Ono sniiill botllo of 1 1 nil's firout Discovery
curiih nil klduuy und bladder troubles, rciniivuii
Ki'uol, cuius dlubeluh, Humlnal oiiiIhhIoiih,
wouk und l.imu lucks, ihuumnllm und all
IrioKulutltios of iho kkluoyu und bladder In
both mon nnd women, iCKulalen bladder
tioubloslii children. If not hold by your drug
It lut, will bo Hunt by mull on rcoulpl n fill CO.
Uno Ninull liutilo two mon tlii' tiuuliuent unit
will uiiio liny ouko ubovu menllouod. Dr. I'..
W. Hall, nolo manufacturer, 1'. (). llnx fii'J, .St.
Louis, Mo. Send for tuglliuunluU. Sold by
lluiitsvlllo, Mo., Aug. 1,1000. This
U to eei'tlly that I have been cured of
kldnoy and bladder trouble with ono
bottle of tho Toxas Wonder, Hall's
Groat Discovery, and can recommend
it, to others sulloiing in tho sumo man
ner. J. IIOHAOR MlM.EIt,
If tho stomach and bowels aro freo
from gaseous and sour lluld accumu
lations and tho habits regular, your
chlldron will go through tho heated
torm without sieknoss, Dr. Culdwoll's
Syrup Fopstu corrects all such
troubles by removing tho obsuuro
causo and keeps tho system In perfect
working order. Chas. B, Spencer St
Matched (itiino of Tennis.
Last Tuesday on tho tonnls court on
North Washington avonuo a match
set was played between the northsldors
and soutlisldors. A. L. Boatiigbt and
J. V. Merchant roprosentod iho north
and M. F. Holinlck and Box Bowius
tho south. Owing to tho early dark-
noss only thrco games wero played,
tho south sldo winning all threo by tho
scoros of 0-1, (l-.'l, 0-.'), Quito a little
crowd of young peoplo guthcrpd lo
watch tho mutch,
Somo Facts Regarding Its Knpiil
Appendicitis among Americans Is
certainly Increasing and while this Is
probably duo to tho oxcilement and
worry of Ainctieun business life, It is
nioro often directly tracoablo to con
stipation. Appendicitis Is caused by
extraneous mutter entering tho vorml
form appendix and not by tho swallow
ing of seeds. If the dtgostlvo organs
aro kopt In porfect condition so tho
food Is duly asslinulutod and tho
bowels movo gently, at loost oneo a
day, appendicitis will novor dovolop.
Don't tako chances. Kogular dosos
of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Fopsln boforo
moals will strengthen tho organs of
digestion, your uppctlto will bo good,
constipation disappears and you feel
better in every way. Dr. Culdwoll's
Syrup Fopsln doos not rolax tho
bowols by Irritation, but by curing
indigestion, tho cause of constipation.
Chas, B. Spencer, Iola, Klnno &
Son, Morun, and W. J. Wators &
Co., Lallurpe, sell It In GOo and $1.00
bottles, undor u positive guarantee,
Write for book of testimonials to Fep
sin Syrup Co,, Dept. C, Montlcollo,
C. W. Smith li miles oast of La
Hurpo has prolific wheat seed for salo.
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CHu-nundormr hand this (1th day nf August,
1062. I'HANOm WililMIN,
Treasurer Allen county, K'nnsas.
subscribed and sworn boforo mo this uth
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THE GUDAI1Y PACKING
SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
513 0iamondMC " Suop fr autt t'j ull Oroctrt
(Kli st 1'iibili.licd July ! HK2 )
House Coni'iirrent, I!ooliilIou 'o. -
Tor the sul.inl slou o( a proHisliioii to uiiioud
the oonsiliutlon of the Stutouf Uunsus.
Ite ll icsoHud by the lei.'lsluliire of Iho Htulo
of Kiinwis, two tlilrdsof thu imuiberH elect:
ed 10 e. mil Iioiikc Hieieuf e.iiieurrliiu theiein
Ski iiii.n 1. I'lie IuII.iwIiik pr.iiKisltlon to
amend the eonsiUiiUon or tho Stale of ICan
susls heieln siiIihiii led to ttio iinilllleil elee
torHOt the niii' for (heir iippiovul or rojeot
menl. TI1.1I sci'tlnliiluf arliel2 be amended
lo re.nl as follows see :t. The ininiberH of
the Icu'isl.ituic shall receive ns compensation
for then' sen Ices Iho huiu or live hundred
lullius ror u rCKidar sesMlon. and live iliillnm
lierdnv for nnv special hi'hsIoii, nnd thtuocoul
for eaeh mile trawled by tbo usual 111UI11 III
inliiK in mid reluruim.' (rum the pliivo of ineet
nitfl hut Niich eimipeiisiitlon shall not In the aj;
ireKitlo exceed the sum of one hundred und
.irty doll iin Tor im.v speelnl kushIoii.
Si:i'. ::. 'I'IiIh pioiHisitioii shall liOMiluullteil
to thoelecliirsof tills Htalu ill Iho itoinrul
dlceiion ot icpicsentiillvCK lo itho ItlKWatllru
11 Hie year A 1). I'.Hli. fur iholi; approval or re
leellon. The iiuieiiduicnl hereby proposed
slnill lie ileslj.Mi.itcd on tho unlclul bnllot by
iho fulloulii" Hilu: "The umciidmeiil to tin)
..institution rcliiilmt lo the i-ninpensatlon of
iiemliers or tho leulslalurc." anil hIiiiII bo
v etl for or uitulust us piovlded by law undor
Sue. il. Thi resolution hIiiiII tnko ollecl
.ind be In foieo Horn und uflor Its publica
tion In the statute Isxik.
Approved lVbruury 28, 1901.
I heiel.v certify that the furoKnliiK Is 11 true
mil ooiioet copy of thu oilulnul enrolled res
lull. n now on tile In mv olllec, and that tbo
Hame look Heel b publlciillon In the Klulutu
nock May 1, loot.
(Iko. A. CI.AIIK,
ski. Secreluiy of Stato.
(i'lrsl 1'ubllshod.luly 2S, 1D0S.)
Semite .Cout'itrreiit Resolution No.
Proposlm; un amendment to tho oomitiliitloil
icl.itlm,' to and prnildlmi for blcuulnl
lie It reRolvcd by tho Legislature ot thu Stalo
of Kansas, two-lhli ds oil ho ininr.licrN elected
lo uaoh houso ihcicot I'onuurrlmt thuruiu:
Sh l'loN I The rollowlllK protiosltlon to
iniciiil the coi'stitutluiiof thu Htatoof Kunstm
slierobv Hiibuilttcdto tho (iiullllud elei'ionxif
1 be stale foi tholr uppi oval or rejection, to w ll:
I'lio eonstllulloa of tho stuo of Kiiiikhs Is
leiehv aiuouded by HinklnK otil thu whole of
.ecllon 2 of iiitlclc I and section D und I of
irlleloo or said constitution, mid Insertion In
Ion of said sections the follow inn, which shall
"uiistltutu section 3 of artlclo I of tho ooimll
don. Sue. 2. deuornl elections and lownslift
elections shall he In Id hlomilully 011 thu Tues
luj Kuccicdlnu thu tlrsi Moiiduy In Novouiher
in the years houi-iiur oven numbom. All
,-ouiity uudtonushi) ollluers shull hold their
unices for a term or two years and
null their Kiioocssra urn quantlcd'. pin
lib'il, ouu eounly uoniinlssliniBr stmll bo
.ileetedtroin each of thrcojllstrlcls, numbered
1,2, mills by -ho voters of tho district, and
ne IcKlKlulura shull II the time of olculiuu
ind tbo termor orilco of such eoinmlssluncis;
uch elect lon'.iobu atiuuenernleleellou.aiidiiu
term or iittlco to exceed six voais. All odloci'S
vhososueecssors would, undor iho law as It
existed at the tlmo ut ihulr oleclloii, bo
K.'i'ttil in an ndd-nuinburod J our shall bold
itlleu (oi 1111 additional year and until their
Hiieecssursaro (itialltlud. No poison shull hold
'.hoollbto of shcrlR or county trousni'ei fur
111010 than two consecutive tonus.
Sr.. .2. Thlspiopusltlon shall ho Huhwllled
10 tho doctors of this suite al thu mineral
election or cprNcutallvcH In tho your Wl
rortliolr auniovul or ic leellon. Tho ainuid'
meat hereby proposed shall he dosluuuted un
iho olllclal ballot by tho fiilloulmx lltlo: "Tliu
lilonntnl olocllon amendment to the tiimslllu
Hon," 11111I shall bu voted for or HKiilint us
now provided bylaw undor suoh tltlo.
Sue 3 This losoliitlou slutll tako orfect und
belli force from und utter tu publication lu
Approved Kobruuiy 1 1, 1001.
I hereby certify thai Iho forniroltur lx u
true anil uorioct oopv of tho .nriulriitl on
rolled icwiliilloii now on Hie In my offluo and
thai iho saiuo took 01T00I by publication In IliO
sUtulo-book May 1, 1U0I,
Ulii). A. Cl. villi,
hkl ijourolury otSlulo.
(I'lrsl puhllkhcd AllKUst IS, 1002 I
Notice of Final Settleiuont.
Slate of Kansas, Allen county, s. in
ihu 1'rohato coui t lu und for said count, lu
iho innttcr of the esliuo of A
Crudltora and all othor norsons lutorestod lu
tho ufoiosiild Iistate aru lioiohy nutllUd I hat
1 slnill uplily to iho I'rolmto eour , lu u ml tor
snlil eounly, slltluiiut Iho uotlrt hoiuo In lulu,
uounly ot Allun. siutoof Kunsas, on thu 1Mb
duy of h'cpicuihur, A. D. I'jororu full una
(mal setilcm 'ill or buld osiuio
Administrator of tho oilutu of A. 1. l.tin
bath, dc. eased
AllKllstStli, A. D , 1002.
JCIranifi m.tl Wmittlm tli hnlr,
jfibvor 2'aili to Ittiitoro Urav
1 ltalr to im Yoiithnil Oolt r.
irrcvuitH Jlftmlniiraiiil halrUlluig
cv. ihh i iftiiunil 1 ami ltalr lalluii
fate. n.t 1 1 to it Dniiflfcta.
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