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TIIUBSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1888.
Tie Reflector PnlsMi Company.
JOHN J. COOPEB, President.
O. L. MOORE, Vice President.
KICHABD WAKING, Secretary
A. W. BICE, Treasurer.
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JOHN J. COOPER,
A. W. BICE,
B. F. NELSON.
0. L. MOOttK,
Richard Waring, Business Manager.
C. M. Habger, City Editor.
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One year. g."
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m , nnnriinf the 68th district:
- I have decided to be a candidate for the Leg
. . m i,i niotT-ift. T cannot be at
u t onv time between now and the time
that the primaries are held or the convention
I have been invited by the Bepublican State
Central Committee of Maine to help the party
In thnt Stnte.
Maine fires the first gun in the coming con-
wtnndltwantstobo"a shot neara uruuuu
the world." It has been thought by the man
agers of the campaign of that State that 1 can
be of some service to them In their contest,
cncelfcelit my duty to go there and do
n-hnt I can. My interests, therefore, must be
wholly in the hands of my f rienas.
ifthn neonle of this District are satisfied
thnt I am the man to represent them next
winter in the Legislature, it will be my great-
ot ambition to serve them in that capacirj w
ho vnrv host of my ability. If, however, the
Republican party of the district should select
another for that placo. it win dc mj ".-..
pleasure to do all I can for the success not only
of that nominee, bnt for the success of all
other nominees of the Republican party in
the county. In the State and in the Nation.
J. B. BCItTON.
1 will be a candidato for re-nomination for
Commissioner of the Second commissioner dis
trict boforc the Republican convention and
respectfully solicit the support of the voters
of that district. J-w- Baker.
I am a candidate for nomination for Dis
trict Clerk boforc the Bepublican county
convention. d-w Hekman Meteh.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
County Attorney.subjcct to the decisionof the
eoming Bepublican county convention.
C. S. Crawford.
Please announce the name of I. L. Hart as
a candidate for the office of Probate Judge of
Dickinson county, subject to the decision of
the Bepublican county convention.
I. L. Hart.
We are authorized to announce the name of
J. L. Galbreath who will bo a candidato for
Clerk of the District Court of Dickinson county
subjoct to the action of tho Bepublican county
convention and who respectfully asks the sup
port of his friends.
In answer to a call from the many citizens
or Hope and surrounding country requesting
thnt 1 be a candidate for the office of Clerk of
the District Court, will say, coming as it does
from so many of my neighbors and associates
who know me best, regardless of party, I am
impelled to accept tho call, and do hereby an
nounce that I am a candidato for the office of
Clerk of tho District Court, subject to tho ac
tion of the Bepublican county oonvention of
Dickinson county. I am very truly yours,
1 am a candidate for County Attorney fo
Dickinson county, subject to nomination by
the Bepublican voters of the county, and res
pectfully solicit the votes of the citizens at
the Republican primaries. C. C. Bittino, Jr.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of District Clerk, subject to the
decision of the Republican county convention.
W. S. Anderson.
We arc authorized to state that J. S. Ford
will be a candidate for County Superintendent
of Public Instruction at tho coming election,
subject to tho action of tho Republican county
Grover let the Eiver and Harbor bill
become a law without his signature.
Cowardly, wasn't it?
The Gazette is going to "run" the
Mills bill. So will the American peo
ple "run" it run it out the Nation
with all its supporters.
How much do you suppose the po
litical manipulator Hoffman will "git"
for attempting to draw off Anderson
votes and turn them over to Tabey?
Some of our esteemed Democratic
contemporaries are busy showing that
there are quite a number of Democrats
who have not turned to Harrison and
On authority of the London Iron
Era it is stated that "the Cobden Club
is trying to raise a large sum of money
to be spent in furthering the free-trade
propaganda in the United States
Lord Brassey has given $5,000, others
less, and the hat is going round."
An exchange asks in stentorian tones
"Are Jkmncrats aliens?" Well, consid
ering the act that a good many of
them came from "furrin parts" and
that the whole crowd are yelling them
selves hoarse in praise of Great Britain,
it looks to us as though they came
mighty near it.
The Democrats rolled up an enor
mous majority in Alabama by the same
nefarious methods that they used in
Louisiana. It is probable that they
are perpetrating larger frauds than
usual $i fall in the Southren States
za order ;to$fljidate Southern voters
auid to encourage Jjr Northern allies.
Lu Texas Mr. Mills'iKius declared -'I
as a Fees Trader and jijjory fh&
n2te?r orjche$nsiis3.thatflftLs spjjlnot be bereft; for the winds
-the Dettocratfcjtffcfcsrjsnotin. iavor,1
of free trade." These .contrasted ut-j
teraoees jsJiobt just how m?h jupegty
and siacerity there is m the Democratic
party and Mr, Milli.
Some Improvements Noted in a Look
Over the City Cold Days When She
Every visitor to Abilene is surprised
at the wonderful growth of the Belle
during the past two years. The addi
tions stretching out on every side make
it truly metropolitan in proportions
while the improvements observed in all
parts of the city show that the building
boom has not been sleeping.
Last year several hundred acres were
added to the limits of the municipality
in order to accommodate the influx of
people attracted to the town by her
fame, her beauty and her energy. This
year there have been no "additions"
laid out, but the city has gone on im
proving in every respect, showing that
the future capital of Kansas is still a
loadstone to attract wealth and a giant
to inspire confidence
A ride around the city reveals a most
flourishing state of affairs and one quite
encouraging in comparison with the
stillness that seems to have fallen upon
seme of our sister towns.
In the heart of the city, the chief
attraction is of course the $20,000 city
hall which is just completed. It is a
credit alike to the city and the mayor
and council who overlooked its con
struction. East Abilene is fairly alive with
workmen putting up the twenty ele
gant residences contracted for by C. E.
Mead. Ten of these are already nearly
completed. The whole twenty will
cost from two to three thousand dollars
each. East Abilene also hopes to
secure the new college which is to be
located in this city, and if it does, that
part of the town will go far to the front.
The new residences just receiving.the
finishing touches are in the most
modern styles of architecture and,
being on the line of the street cars,
will prove attractive abiding places.
Going north we find the palatial
homes of Messrs. Fry, Humphrey, Ed
wards and Reed that have recently
been completed. They are homes that
anyone may be proud to own. Then
there is the St. Joseph's college, cost
ing over $30,000, which will be opened
this fall. The college addition which
eighteen months ago was bare prairie,
is now dotted with pleasant homes in
which happiness and comfort are found.
West side has not seen as many new
buildings as it did last year but it has
been improved by the addition of sev
eral beautiful fiomes and the adorn
ment of the lawns and streets. This
part of the city has lost the "new" ap
pearance which characterized it last
year and now is taken for a long-settled
Southside has been growing with re
mainder of the divisions and shows
many new roofs. Carpenters' ham
mers are heard in all directions and
tell of business and rustle.
We have not mentioned the new
structures in Richland Park or the
many remodeled and rebuilt residences
in the center of the city; but there has
been enough said to show that were
last year's abnormal growth forgotten,
we would consider this a decided
This is in many respects the farmers'
year. Tne cities or tne state have
come to the point when they must halt
in their mad rush for immense size
and population and wait for the coun
try to catch up with them in develop
ment. This halt is beneficial. It gives
the towns a chance to beautify their
surroundings and to make those sub
stantial additions to their appearance
that distinguish a municipality of the
eastern States from the newer towns of
the west. This they will do and it will
be much better for the cities than to go
on piling up "additions" and delin
Abilene is gaining Iti attractiveness
every day. She is the best known city
of the second class in the State, and
when the boom swings around in this
direction again the large end of it will
strike us amidships. For among all
Kansas cities that a crown of glory
wear for their enterprise and rustle
and their busy pushing air, there's
none wins so much as Abilene, none
has a way so deft; for the air is mighty
She can boast the fairest maidens in
the wondrous sunflower State; they are
likened to the fancies that the poets'
souls elate; she can claim far braver
gentlemen than e'er with true steel
cleft; for the flies have all gone glim
Then her fathers they are noble and
free-hearted as the best, never does the
tramp go hungry who his wants has
once confessed; and the mothers they
are kindly as e'er wore the weaver's
weft; fop fhe winter snow blows
Does she want a well artesian? She
will get it don't you fear, though, the
drill in going downward may the
Flowery Kingdom near. Does she
want some more new railroads?
On her race-track there are flyers
who will never take the dust, all her
papers are true hustlers on whose
presses there's ro rust; her board of
trade can handle any job, whate'er its
"heft;" for the icicles will flourish,
Keep the ball of trade a-rolling, we
are gaining every day; the State capi
tal is coming, it's already on the way;
she will be the State metropolis, ac
knowledged right and left; for the
summer'll turn to winter,
Special correspondence of the Reflector:
Solomon City, Aug. 14.
Mrs. Everleigh, of Junction City, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Parmenter
Mrs. Laughlin, wife of the Santa Fe
agent, is still very sick.
Mr. W. V. Smart, who has been on
the sick list for a week, is on his feet
Miss Kittie Hall was at the future
capital of the State yesterday. She
was successful at the recent teachers'
Mr. Brunson was threshing his oats
Mrs. Butler and her daughter, Miss
Kate, were in Abilene yesterday.
G. B. Allen and wife who are to
teach at Banner City are visiting at
Miss Emma Parish, who is visiting
her sisters, Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Charlie
Blair, has been quite sick for several
days, but is much better this week.
Hon. J. H. Brady and Hon. O. L.
Moore were rustling about our streets
Editor Burnett is still suffering from
tlie injury he received last Friday. He
fell upon his head. He is, we are sorry
to say, in a rather critical condition.
Holland, August 10.
The storm of last week was the most
severe that has ever visited this part of
the county. Much damage was done
to grain by stacks being blown down.
Outbuildings of all kinds were torn to
pieces and scattered in the path of the
btorm. Home Bros, and Clem Bell
suffered the loss of their windmills.
But the rain more than made up the
damage done by the wind.
Work has been commenced on the
Holland creamery. W. I. Sterling, of
Banner City, has the contract for the
building; Mac Swigart is doing the
stone work and Mr. Minnie the carpen
ter work. The building when com
pleted will have a capacity of 20,000
pounds of milk per day.
Our representatives in the normal
institute have returned wiser if not
better for their four weeks sojourn in
the metropolis. They are all loud in
their praise of the untiring efforts of
Supt. Ford to make the institute both
pleasant and profitable to all who at
tended. The corps of instructors is
also highly commended, but we have
failed to learn that any of them mur
mur the name of State Supt. Lawhead
in their prayers.
Wallace I. Early passed-through our
town today on his way to Pleasant
Valley where he expects to teach dur
ing the coming winter.
Carlton circuit of the M. E. church
has been left without a pastor by the
resignation of W. M. Scott.
Hope, Kas., Aug. 12th.
Seth and Bert Brundage returned
from their trip to Texas yesterday.
Miss Lillie Tonkin returned home
today from a week's stay in Banner
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poole , of this
city, visited in Herington today.
Master Jesse Swayze is confined to
his bed by an attack of typho-malaria
Eev. F. S. Alman conducted quar
terly meeting services in the M. E.
A surprise party was given Mr. and
Mrs. Cole at their residence on Park
St. last Friday evening.
Rev. McGill preached in the Presby
terian church this morning.
The ball game Friday, printers vs.
business men, resulted in a victory for
Quite a number of our young folks
attended the picnic in Fry's grove last
Thursday. A good time was reported.
H. E. Martin spent today in the
The flouring mill will be pushed for
ward without a break or stop. Our
citizens can not allow this enterprise to
C. M. Teats will receive the hearty
support of Hope and vicinity in his
race for the District Clerk nomination.
He will make a first-class officer if suc
cessful in receiving the position.
The Senate tariff bill is foreshadowed
about as follows:
A reduction of revenue to the amount
of S70,000,000, by reduction of duty on
sugar $25,000,000; rice, cotton, tea and
other articles, $5,000,000. The lower
grades of wool, $5,000,000; a reduction
of the tax on tobacco and spices used in
the arts 830,000,000. It will not add to
the free list.
General Harrison says the gates of
Castle Garden never swing outward.
The reason is plain. They were hung
by polititions to swing in, so as to be
forever open to pressure from without.
It will take a gigantic effort on the
part of the American people to close
them and barricade them against the
tide of Europe's overflow.
The Buffalo Democrat contradicts
the rumor that Mr. Cleveland has
fcaadoned the use of intoxicating
iquoraatihe request of his wife, in
the following strong language: "We
"know from the best sources that Preri-
ueut laeyeiana remains true to his hab.
its of life, which are entirely free frorn
any inclination toward temperance
nonsense." This will please the Pro-
" " nave no use tor a tn?n
whoha3 any "temperance nonsense
about him." The stronger an&tem
Sfflg any Democrat is the harder
Bailway Time Tables.
No.303 Night Express 3d2Sa. m
No. 201 Overland express .3:40 p. jn
Ko. 217 Freight 2:15 p.m
No. 203 Overland Express ll:55a.m
No. 204 Night Express -12:27 a. m
No. 218 Freight 11:25 a. m
A.. T. & S. P. B. B.
Passenger 6-25 a. m.
jrreignt. ..... .......... ................ .1:15 p. m.
Passenger....... . 9:40 p. m.
Freight o p.m.
Passenger .&35 a.m.
Freight 2:10 a.m.
Returning to Abilene.
Passenger. 9-.30 p. m.
Frelsnt 1:10 D.m.
rassener trams ran daily. reignis daily ex
ROCK ISLAND R. B.
Accommodation...... 9:25 a.m.
Passenger 5:30 p.m.
Passenger ll:06 a.m
Passenger 3:15 p.m.
iccommodatlon 4-57p. m.
Ex-Mayor Thorn (Dem.) of Troy
New York, takes no stock in this
Cleveland-Mills free-trade cry and re
gardless of party affiliations speaks his
mind as follows:
"If every Democratic Congressman
and Grover Cleveland with his 275
pounds avoirdupois could be cast into
gold and distributed among the Amer
ican workingmen,it would not compen
sate the latter for the damage already
done to them by this talk about tinker
ing the tariff. Any administration
that attempts to upset the policy under
which a Nation has been blessed with
prosperity all its industries and people
flourishing ought to be kicked out and
stood on his head in the mud."
It is now reported that Mr. Cleveland
has decided to withhold his letter of
acceptance from the public until after
the Maine election. If that political
barometer indicates high wages for the
American laborer, Mr. Cleveland will
interpret his "views" to be for protec
tion; if low wages for American labor
and the destruction of American indus
tries,then Mr. Cleveland will adhere to
the declaration in his "last earnest
message" that a protective tariff is
"vicious and iniquitous."
Handled by John Dunlavy
& Co,, stood the late storms
better than an other mill in
the county, not a single one
being blown down or dam
aged to the amount of one
cent. The people seem to
realize this fact and are buy
ing the Centenniel; it is a
WALTER A. WOOD
Has Earned and Won the Largest Mower Trade in the World !
His mower is the favorite in America, and is welcomed in all foreign markets and given the preference. Eead
the following special cable to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat:
Paris, France, June 22, 1886.
Walter A. "Wood, President, Hoosick Falls, X. Y At the French government field trial of Mowing Machines at Alencon, lasting for two
days, with twenty-five mowing machines competing, the American machine of WALTER A. WOOD received FIEJRT PRIZE Gold Medal.
In Sections of Country Here Moiii is Unusually Dlcnlt, there are more of tee Mowers in use than all otters comlM
Has been sold in this
and in all that time
there has never been
a single machine re
turned. Where i s
there a Mower that
can show such a
PxTMAN LATCH OPEN-
PITMAN HEAD IN POSITION-
Th3 Osborne Mower at
John Dunlavy &Co.'soneasy
Dixon's "Carburet of Iron" Stove
Polish is the best and purest. The new
big cake is double the size of the old
small cake and sold at same price.
STATE OF KANSAS, I .
Dickinson connty, f ea"
In the Probate Court of said connty.
In the matter of the settlement) Notice of hear
er the copartnership of thevingotpetitionto
latenrmoiJoueyJSThornton. J sell real estate.
To the administrators of the estate of, and the
heirs at law oi Thomas L. Thornton, deceased,
and all persons Interested in the copartnership
of the late firm of JoUey Thornton of Abilene,
Notice is hereby given, that on the 9th day of
August, A. D. 1SS8, that Morris P. .Tolley filed in
uie .riuuaie isuuri ui uicuuf uu cuuni), tvauxu,
his petition, alleging in said petition that be Is
the surviving partner or tne co-parxnersnip oi tne
late firm of Jolley fc Thornton: that Thomas L.
Thornton, deceased, was a member of said co
partnership; tnattne assets of said co-partnership
consists principally of real estate, book ac
counts and promissory notes, and that the per
sonal property assets of the same is not suffici
ent to pay the debts of said co-partnership, and
prays for an order to sell the following described
real estate, which petition alleges, belongs to and
which is a part of the assets of said co-partnership,
to-wit: The north half of section nine,
township ten, ranee one, east, in Clay county,
Kansas; the soutEcast quarter of section Ave,
and the east half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion eight, all in township twelve, range one,
east; the west bait of the west half of section
thirty-four, township sixteen, range three, east:
the southwest quarter of section twenty-nine,
township fourteen, range 3, east; the northwest
quarter of secUon thirty two, township sixteen,
range four, east; the southwest quarter of sec
tion twenty-seven, township sixteen, range four,
east; the undivided one-half Interest in the
southeast quarter of section thirty two, township
sixteen, range three, east; the northeast quarter
of section thirty-one, township sixteen, range
three, east; the southeast quarter of section
twenty-five, township twelve, range two, east;
the south half of the southwest quarterof section
four, township fourteen, ranee thre eaft, all in
Dickinson county, Kansas. The east half of the
northeast quarter of section three, township
seventeen, range five, east, and the undivided
two-thirds Interest in the southeast quarter of
section seventeen, township sixteen, range five,
east. In Morris county, Kansas. The undivided
two-third s Interest In the northeast quarter of
section thirty, township seventeen, range two,
east; the east naif and the east half of the south
west quarter of section seventeen, township
seventeen, range two, east; the northeast quar
terof section twenty-eight, township seventeen
range two, east, and the northeast quarter and
the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of
section eleven, township seventeen, range three,
east, in Marion county, Kansas. The northeast
quarter of section thirty-six, township fourteen,
range one, west. Saline county, Kansas. The un
divided one-half interest In section five, in town
ship seventeen.range eighteen west,Rush county,
Kansas. Lots sixteen, seventeen, eighteen and
nineteen, block four, in Gels' addition to Solo
mon Citv. Dickinson county. Kansas, and lot
sixty-eight on Buckeye avenne in Southwick &
Augustine's addition to the city of AbUene, Dick
inson county, ivansas.
Said petition wiU be heard in the Probate
Court of Dickinson county, Kansas, on the 3d day
of September, A. D. 1688, at 9 o'clock a. m. of said
day in the Probate Court room in the court house
In the city of AbUene, Dickinson county, Kansas.
Surviving partner of the late Arm of .Tolley &
To E. D. Bullock, of Alberquerque, In the terri
tory or New Mexico.
Yon will take notice that you have been sued
In the District Court of Dickinson county. State
of Kansas, by Thomas Kirby, who filed his peti
tion in said court against you and John W. Baker
on the 31st day of May, 18S3, and caused an at
tachment to be issued against your property on
the 7th day Of June, IS8S, and cansed the same to
be levied upon, lots 1, 2, 3, and 4; the north 234
acres of lot 5 and the cast half of the northwest
quarter, all in section 30, township 13, range 2,
east, all of the east half of section 19. in townsnl p
13. range 2. east, lying south of the Union Pacific
railway, and the cast half of section 21, In town-
snip 14, range i, east; au orsaia lands being in
Dickinson county, Kansas. That said plaintiff
prays Judgment against you In said cause for the
sum of $1468 with 12 per cent interest from April
6th, 1888; that said property may be sold to pay
said judgment. You must answer said petition
on or before Saturday, the 6th day of October,
18S8. or said netition will be taken as true and
judgment rendered against you according to the I
prayer thereof. Jno. H. Mahan, I
51-3t Attorney for plaintiff.
PITMAN LATCH CLOSED.
SAME CUT AWAY TO SHOW
HOME BROS., Abilene, Has.
John Dunlavy &Co,'s wind
mill outfit is busy putting up
Centennial Mills in different
parts of the county.
Sheriff's Sale Under Execution.
STATE OP KANSAS,!
Dickinson County, j83
J. B. Case
Alexander Kindness and WilUam Hay.
By virtue of executions to me directed and de
livered, Issued out of the 8th Judicial District
Court of the State of Kansas, sitting in and for
.uiuAjusuu uuuniy, ui sua oiaie, l wiu, on
Monday, August 27th A. D. 1888.
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock
p. m- of said day on the premises in the county
and State aforesaid, offer for nnblic sale and sell
to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, all the
right, title and interest of the above named de
fendants. In and to the following described prop
erty to wit:
100 acres of erowlnz corn on the nremlses
known and described as follows : The southwest
quarter of section 22. township 14, range 1 in
Dickinson county State of Kansas.
Said property leTled on and to be sold as the
property of the above named defendants.
D. W. Naill, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Dickinson county, Kansas. Sl-St
To Mrs. A. Dell Marston, residence unknown:
You will please take notice that you, to
gether with John R. Marston, havo been sued
in the District Court of Dickinson county,
Kansas, by the Travelers Insurance Company
of Hartford. Connecticut, by its petition filed
in said court on the fourth day of April, 1888.
wherein it sets up and seeks to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage made to secure a noto for $800,
dated November 19, 1883, and signed by John
R. Marston and yourself jointly, which mort
gage conveys tho east half of the northwest
quarterof section seventeen (17). township
twelve (12), range four (4), east of the sixth
principal meridian. Dickinson county, Kansas;
said plaintiff will claim in said action a per
sonal judgment against said John It. Marston
for the sum of $800, with interest thereon at
In either case you must have
And now is the time to buy them.
One Door South of Post Office, Abilene, Kas.
Everything selling at about half price; the
stock is all new and of the very best. Don't
wait till the cream is all taken, but come at
once and buy good boots and shoes for less
money than the dealers pay for them.
w & d m w & f
CRANK SHAFT BEARINGS, CUT AWAY TO SHOW
the rate of 13 per cent per annum from No
vember 19, 18S3. less the sum of 8192, hereto
forp paid on account of said interest. Said
plaintiff also asks by its said petition that said
judgment be a first and prior lien upon said
real estate, and that you and all persons clalm-
iu uj ui uuuer juu do iorever Darrea ana
foreclosed from all interest therein.
You will further take notice that unless you
appear and make answer to said petition on or
before the 2l8t day of October, 1SS8, tho alle
gations therein contained will be taken as
true against you and a judgement barring
your interest in the real estate will be ren
The Travelers Insurance Cojipant.
By W. G. Cowiss, its Attorney. 5I-3t
To IJallie M. Hazlett and Bert C. Harlett of the
State of Ohio.
You, and each of you, are hereby notified that
Nanctl P. Hazlett did, on the 14th day of August
A. D. 1SSS, !e her petition in the office of the
Clerk of the District Court of the county of Dick
inson and State Of Kansas against yon, the said
Hallle M. Hazlett, Bert C Hazlett and Llbble E.
Hazlett and Edward E. Hazlett guardian of the
said Hallle M. Hazlett and Bert 0. Hazlett minor
heirs of H. H. Hazlett deceased, wherein the said
plaintiff prays partition of the following de
scribed real estate to-wlt:
Lots numbers forty-nine and fifty-one (49 &51)
on Second street; lots numbers eighty, eighty-five,
eighty-seven and eighty-nine (SO, 85, 87 and 89),
o Fourth street; lot number fortr-one (41), on
Second street; tie north-west quarter () and
the center of lot number twenty-nine (,), on
First street; all of tho Hershey block on Elm
street, all In Thompson & McCoy's addition to
the city of Abilene.
Lots numbers sixty-six and one hundred and
three (66 and 103), on Spruce street, in South wick
and Augustine's addition to the city of Abilene.
Lot number eight (8), in block number four (4),
in the city of Abilene (proper).
And the south halt (X) of the northwest quar
ter (!4) and all of lot number two (2), In section
number twenty-five (23), town number thirteen
(13). range number two (8), cast of the 8th Prin
All'f said described premises situated and
located in the county of Dickinson and State of
And you are hereby notified that unless yott
answer or demurer to said petition on or before
the SSth day of September A. D. 1888 that tae
said petition will be taken as true and partition
will be made of said premises in pursuance of
said prayer thereof according to law.
Nanect P. Hazlxtt.
By Burton & Moore, her Attorneys.
We keep on hand a
large assortment of
so that in case of an
accident a farmer
BUT A SHORT TIME.
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