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ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 23, 1888.
We want all the
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as can be obtained elsewhere.
BSPCall on us before you make your Loan.3
The Abilene Mortgage Co.
Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank.
-" ilea 15, 'S5,-ly
The Democratic platform is all rub
ber and warranted to stretch.
It isn't Elaine of Maine now. but
Blaine of the United States.
John Martin is hunting a corkscrew
with which to "open the campaign."
Foraker at Lawrence will be an at
traction that will send half the State
Judge Gresham is in Germany. "Far
from the mad'ning crowd" he truly en
Speaking of Rev. Dr. Crooks, we love
the Republican party for the enemies
it has made.
Said Abraham Lincoln in his first
political speech: "I am in favor of a
high protective tariff."
You can send your congratulations
to John A. Anderson by the first mail,
lie is as good as elected.
We suppose Cleveland, like Rev.
John Brooks, thanks God he never did
any fighting for the Union.
Bishop J. II. Vincent, of the M. E.
church says: "Being a true Prohibi
tionist, I am a Republican.'
Dr. W. A. Hammond says that "the
brain is not essential to life." What
a consolation that will be to Cleveland.
Not a single delegation has yet been
reported as calling on Grover Cleveland.
Why don't his party hire some hotel
waiters to visit him?
The Democrats say they have "a
hope of carrying Michigan." Yes, so
have the Republicans the same kind of
"hops" of earning Mississippi.
It took Thurman three days to go a
hundred miles because his health com
pelled traveling by easy and short
Still, they say lie is "rugged."
The richest of the candidates for
President is Mr. Streeter, the Union
Labor nominee. lie owns a great
many mortgages on farms in Mercer
and Inman counties, 111., and is said
to be worth 510,000,000.
Of course the dear Union Labor, etc.,
followers don't believe it, but the lead
ers of the Labor movements in Kansas
are nevertheless praying as hard as men
ever prayed for another failure of crops
in Kansas. J. C. Union.
The Gazette now says that it is only
since 1876 that the Republican party
has been unholy. If Park stays in Ab
ilene awhile longer he will get his in
formation revised up to date and find
that the Republican party is and has
been the correct one.
Governor J. B. Foraker, of Ohio, is
announced to speak at Lawrence on the
sixth of September. Why would it not
be feasible to secure him for a)- address
in Abilene at some date near that
time?. An address by Fighting Joe
Foraker would attract every Republi
can of Central Kansas.
It is rumored that W. n. T. Wake
field will withdraw from the race for
the vice presidency on the Uuited La
bor ticket and join some other of the
numerous divisions of the Labcr party.
As the United Labor party has not
been mentioned in the newspapers since
it made itself ridiculous by nominating
Cowdrey& Wakefield,we think the Na
tion will survive if both of the party's
You remember that 25,000 "Colored
Men's convention" at Indianapolis a
few weeks ago? "Well, the' time has
come for the Democrats to pay the bill
just as we said it would. Hon. J.
Milton Turner, of Indiana, chief
cook and bottle-washer of the Colored
Men's convention, attempted to job
through the House a bill which would
net him about $75,000 with which he
could "pay off" the delegates; but Mr.
Owen, of the same State,was too sharp
for liim and openly stated the object of
the bill and so effectually squelched it
that the Dems will have to go down in
their pockets for the wherewithal in
stead of drawing on Uncle Sam.
WAMM JL AN
CA JL LUDU WX J.1JLUU1 vo 1
Col. Ingersoll says if he were gover
nor, and a woman who had been abused
and kicked by her husband got up in
the night and cut off his head with an
ax, he'd give her a public reception.
This may be pretty strong talk, but the
best way to prevent this beastliness on
the part of some cowardly fellows, who
are misnamed husbands, is for decent
men to speak against it in terms whose
positiveness will admit of no double
Donn Piatt, in whom all good Dem
ocrats believe, and the Xew York Her
ald, in which all good Democrats trust,
and Henry George, in whom all good
Democrats have confidence, unite in re
porting Col. Tracy, the New York
spokesman for Cleveland in that city,
as saying that "Connecticut and New
Jersey are lost and something will have
to be done ami done at once to save
New York." They probably told the
truth for once.
The English fool friends of Democ
racy keep up their free-trade howl and
continue to drive thinking men into
the Republican ranks by so doing.
The Loudon People says, concerning
tl:o political campaign in America:
"In the contest between Mr. Hairison
and Mr. Cleveland, however, it is not
to Mr. Harrison that this country
should wish success. For the question
at issue is, broadly speaking, a question
of free trade against protection. If
Mr. Cleveland should be re-elected the
United States tariff will be modified
very materially in the direction of free
trade, a result which can not, of course,
fail to be beneficial to the trade of other
countries, and especially of our own."
Here is the state of affairs boiled
down to a small compass: Forty of
the greatest and richest commonwealths
in the world, bound together by com
munity of interests aud needs, are to
day enjoying all the advantages which
can result irom free-trade. What
would they gain by admitting alien and
hostile nations, with their hordes" of
pauper laborers, into this great confed
eracy? New York Tribune: "Daniel," said
the President, "can you tell me what
cyclopedia Mr. Blaine gets his speeches
out of? I have a theory that the peo
ple like his style better tliau mine, and
I want to buy a copy." "Sire," re
plied Daniel, with a sigh, "I am afraid
it is beyond your means. It is a condi
tion, not a theory, that confronts you."
Lay sermon by the Junction City
Union: Since Adam tried to shove off
his cussedness upon Eve, man has had
a tendency to accuse someone of the
mistakes of himself. And the farmers
who ran in debt for the most machin
ery three and four years ago and have
sheltered it since in a fence corner;
farmers who sold their calves for $3
per head, and hauled their oats and
corn to market for 15 and IS cents:
farmers who ran grocery bills and
bought buggies for the use of which
they have since been paying 2 and 4
per cent, per month; farmers who stunt
pigs, and feed their hogs three years,
and shelter their cattle on the north
side of a sunny stone wall these are
the farmers who cuss the monetary
system and want an equal distribution
There is a good point in the follow
ing from the Wichita Journal:
The third party Prohibitionists can
not prove that prohibition in Iowa and
Kansas is a failure without thereby
proving that prohibition is a failure.
And they cannot prove that prohibition
in Iowa and Kansas is a success with
out proving thereby that the Prohibi
tion third party is a failure. It .is im
material which horn of the dilemma
they may take.
Borrow that bible again. Turn to
1st Sam. xxn, 2, and read this relating
to tne Union Labor leader of the State
"And every one that was in distress,
and every one that was in debt, and
every one that was discontented, gath
ered themselves unto him; and he be
came a captain over them and there
were with him about four hundred
When Fort Sumpter was fired on the
entire exports of the United States
from the formation of the government
had been $9,000,000,000. Since then
they have amounted to $14,000,000,000.
When Abraham Lincoln was inaugu
rated the first time the manufactures
in the United States amounted to $1,
800,000,000. To-day they amount to
Twenty-one years ago no steel rails
were manufactured in this country.
Two years ago 1,764,000 tons were pro
duced. The result of manufacturing
our own steel rails instead of depending
upon Englaud for them is that they
are much cheaper thau they were when
we had to import them from England.
Cheap rails have enabled us to increase
our railroads from 30,000 miles to 135,
000 miles. This increase in railroads
has reduced the cost of transportation
to less than half what it is in England.
Last year the western States manu
factured nearly as much as the whole
country did in 18G0. The southern
States now make ten per cent, more
pig-iron than was made in the United
States the year before the war.
With all these fair fruits of Protec
tion spread out before us we are asked
to accept the policy of free-trade, a
policy which if adopted in these closing
years of the century will bring in its
train the suffering and misery it has
always caused whenever it has been
The Issue Before the People.
Patrick Ford, the great Irish leader,
lias an able editorial in his Irish World
which so well states the actual issue of
this campaign that we cannot forbear
quoting from it. The article is the
more forcible as it comes from a man
who has seen and carefully studied
economic conditions under both free
trade and protection.
"Protection to American labor,'"
says Mr. Ford, "means good wages
and a higher standard of living for tin1
American workman. The millennium
is not attainable In this world, but of
all countries the one that offers the best
opportunities to the poor man is Amer
ica, and the most prosperous aud pro
gressive times the nation has known
have been under the Protective policy.
The adoption of British free trade on
the other hand, would mean reduced
wages and a lower standard of living.
Common sense, history and experience
teach these things.
"Now the system under which we
have advauced and thrived as no people
ever belore advanced and thrived i3
today seriously menaced. England
seeks the overthrow of the protective
tariff, and she hopes for, and doubtless
works for, the success of Grover Cleve
land, who, if re-elected, will effect this
and inaugurate a policy that will an
tagonize the American system aud
subserve the selfish interests of our
ancient enemy. It is not necessary to
inquire into motives; the facts are all
that practical men will care to know.
"Sophistry will be tried on the work
ingman. Able pens that can 'make
the worse appear the better reason'
will be enlisted on the adverse side. A
hundred and odd years ago, when
Washington and his compatriots were
fighting for independence, England's
pamphleteers endeavored to persuade
the American people that they would
enjoy greater freedom under her gov
ernment than they would under their
own; Americans are now informed that
they would be better off under the
British policy of free trade than they
now are under the operations of the
American system. It is the old impu
dent lie under a new form.
"One of the false notions they have
given currency to is this: If on the
adoption of free trade wages fall what
matter if things are cheap? But the
cost of living does not go down with
wages. Thirty years ago wages fell,
flour ran up from $5 per barrel to $15
per barrel. At that time calico was
selling at IS cents a yard imported
from England; today, when the work
ingman is in position to pay a better
price, he gets his calico for 7 cents a
yard American manufacture. The
times referred to were the times of
free trade and low wage3. Today in
lands where labor is paid 20 cents to
40 cents the cost of living on the Amer
ican standard, is fully as high as it is
in this country.
"Now, a situation of affairs is
brought about whom every American
citizen must be practical on the ques
tion raised. The man who believes in
protection to American labor cannot
consistently vote for Cleveland and
Thurman, and the man who favors
free trade cannot logically support the
platform .on 'vhich Harrison and Mor
ton stand. There are surprisingly
foolish things at times done in this
world, but to me it does seem impossi
ble 'for the American people, on an
issue so sharply defined as this tariff
question is,, to' deliberately vote for
their own ruin."
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.
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastoriaT
STATE OF KANSAS, I
Dickinson county, J "
In the Protate Court of said cf.unty.
In the matter or the settlement lXoUce of hear
of the copartnership of thfVing of petition to
latefirmof Jolley&Thornton.) ell real estate.
To the administrators of the p3' ite of, and the
heirs at law oi Thomas L. Thornton, deceased,
anriall persons Interested in tbj copartnership
of the late firm or Jolley Thornton of Abilene,
Notice is hereby eiven, that .en the Dth day of
August, A. D 1S. that Morris P. Jolley died in
the Probate Court of Dickinson county. Kansas,
his petition, alleging in paid petition that he Is
the surviving: partner of the co-partnership of the
late firm of Jolley Thornton; that Thomas L.
Thornton, deceased, was a member of said co
partnership; that the assets oft-ld 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 sutlicl
ent to pay the debts of said co-partnerbhip. and
prays for an order to s-ell the following described
real estate, which petition allegci, belongs to and
which is a part of the assets of said co-partnership,
to-wit: The north halt of section nine,
township ten, rancre one, cast, in Clay county,
Kansas; the southeast quarter of section rive,
and the east half of the northeast quarter of sec
tion eight, all in township twelve, range one,
east; the west hair of the west half of section
thirty-four, township sixteen, range three, east:
the southwest quarter of section twentv-nlne,
township fourteen, range 3, east; the northwest
quarter of section thirty-two, township sixteen,
r-.in.jc four, east: the southwest quarter of sec
tion twenty-seven, township f-lxieen, range four,
east; the undivided one-halt 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
twen'y-five, township twelve, range two, east;
the south half of the southwest qnarterof section
four, township fourteen, range thre ca-t, all in
Dickinson county, Kansas. The east half of the
northeast quarter of section tkree, township
seventeen, range five, east, and the undivided
two-thirds interest in thesoutheast quarter of
section seventeen, township sixteen, ranjre five,
ea.-t, in .Morris con nty, Kansas. The undivided
two-third s interest in the northeast quarter of
section thirty, township seventeen, range two,
east; the east half and the cast half of the south
west quarter of section seventeen, township
seventeen, range two, cast; the northeast quar
ter of s-ctlon twenty-eight, township seventeen,
ranee two, cast, and the northeast quarter and
the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of
section eleven, town-hip seventeen, range three,
east, in Marion county, Kansas. 'J ho northeast
quarter of section thirty-fix, township fourteen,
ranee One, west. Saline county, Kansas. The un
divided one-half interest in section five, in town
ship seventeen,range eighteen west.HnUi county,
Kansas Lots sixteen, seventeen, eighteen and
nineteen, blo?k four, in Gels' addition to Solo
mon City, Dickinson county, Kansas, and lot
sixty-eight on Buckeye avennc in Southwick &
Augustine' addition to the city of Abilene, Dick
inson county, Kansas.
Said petition will lie heard in the Probate
Court of Dickinson connty, Kansas', on the 3d day
of September, A. I). 1SSS, at 9 o'clock a. m. of said
day in the Probate Court room in thecourt house
in tiie city of Abilene, Dickinson county, Kansas.
M. P. Jolley,
Surviving partner of the late Arm ot Jolley &
To E. D. Bulioclr, of Alberquerque, in the terri
tory Of New Mexico.
You 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 aud John W. Baker
on the 31st Cay of May, 1SS?, and caused an at
tachment to be issued against your property on
the 7th -ay of June, iSSS, and caused the same to
be levied upon, lots 1, 2, 3, and 1; the north 23H
acres of lo 3 and the east half or the northwest
quarter, :sU in section SO. township 13, range 2,
east, all of the east half of section 19. in townsnip
1 range 2, cast, lying south of the Union Pacific
railway, and the cast half of se-aiyi 21, In town
ship 14, ran'c I.- cast; all of said lands being in
Dickinson county, Kauas. That said plaintiff
prays judgment against you in said cause for the
sum of Sites with 12 per cent interest from April
r.ih, 1SS5: that said property may be sold to pay
said judgment. You must anver said petition
on or before Saturday, the 6th day of October,
lSkS, or said petition will be taken as true and
judgment rendered against you according to the
prayer thereof. Jno. U. Maiian,
5I-3t Attorney for plaintiff.
Sheriff's Sale Under Execution.
STATE OF KANSAS.) c
Dickinson County, J "
J. B. Case
Alexander Kindness and William nay.
By virtue of executions to me directed and de
livered, issued out or the Sth Judicial District
Court of the State of Kansas, sitting in and for
Dickinson county, in said State, I will, on
Monday, August 27tli A. D. 1888.
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and2 o'clock
p. m- of said day on the premises in the county
and State aforesaid, offer for public 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:
lcO acres of growing corn on the premises
known and described as follows: The southwest
quarter of section 22, township 14, range 1 In
Dickinson county State of Konsa.
Said property levied on and to be sold as the
property of the above named defendants.
D. W. Naill, Sheriff.
Sheriff's office, Dickinson county, Kansas. 51-2t
To Mrs. A. Dell Marston, residence unknown:
You will please take notice that you, to
gether with John K. Marston, have beeD sued
in the District Court of Dickinson county,
Kansas, by tho Travelers Insurance Company
of Hartford, Connecticut, by its petition Hied
in siiiri ponrt on the fourth dav of Anril. 1SSS.
wherein it sets up and seeks to foreclose a cer
tain mortgage made to secure a note lor isou,
dated November 19. 1SS3. and signed by John
H. Marston and yourself jointly, which mort
gage conveys the east halt ot tne northwest
quarter of 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 K. Marston
for the sum of SSOO, with interest thereon at
the rate of 12 per cent per annum from No
vember 19, 1SW. less the sum of $192, hereto
fore paid on account of said interest. Said
plaintiff also asks by its said petition that said
judgment be a first and prior lien upon said
real estate, and that you and all persons claim
ing by or under you be forever barred and
foreclosed from all interest therein.
You will further take notice that unless you
appear and make answer to said petition on or
belore the 21st day of October. 18SS, tho alle
gations therein contained will be taken as
true against you and a judgement barring
your interest in the real estate will be ren
THE TllAVELEItS IXSCTIAXCE COMTAXY.
By W. G. Cowles, Its Attorney. 51-3t
To nallicM. Hazlett and Bert C. Hazlett of the
State of Ohio.
You, and each of vou, are hereby notified that
Nancti P. nazlett did, on the 14th day of Angnst
A. D. 1SSS, file her petition in the office of the
Clerk of the District Court of the county of Dick
inson and State of Kansas against yon, the said
nallie M. Hazlett, Bert C. Ilazlett and Llbble E.
Hazlett and Edward E. Hazlett guardian of the
said HaUie M. Ilazlett and Bert 0. Hazlett minor
heirs of U. H. Hazlett deceased, wherein the said
plaintiff prays partition of the following de
scribed real estate to-wit:
Lots numbers forty-nine and fifty-one (49 & 51)
on Second strcet;lots numbers eishty, eighty-five,
eighty-seven and eighty-nine (SO, 85, 87 and 69),
On Fourth street; lot number forty-one (41), on
Second street; the north-west quaner (J4) and
thecemerot lot nnmber twenty-nine CJ9), on
First street; all of the Hcrsher block on Elm
street, all In Thompson & McCoy's addition to
the city ot Abilene.
Lots numbers sixty-six and one hundred and
three (G6 and 103), on Spruce street, in Soathwlck
and Angustlne's addition to the city of Abilene.
Lot number eisht (S), in block number four (4),
In the city of Abilene (proper).
And the souih half 0$) of the northwest quar
ter (U) and all ot lot number two (2). In section
number twentv-five (25), town number thirteen
(13), range number two (2), east ot the 6th Prin
All or said described premises situated and
located in the county of Dickinson and State or
And you are hereby notified that unless you
answer or demurer to said petition on or before
the 2Sth day of September A. D. 1SSS that the
said petition will be taken as true and partition
will be made of said premises In pursuance of
said prayer thereof according to law.
aj?eti P. HAzxrrT.
By Burton & Moore, her Attorneys.
$500 worth of picture moulding to be
sold at actual cost at Upehaw's.
All pmons are hariby warned against purchas
ing a csrtaln note given by me to Conrad Keller
and now teld by John Isley, of North Springfield,
Mo., for $100, daf d October 12, 1SS7, and falls duo
October 12. 183?, as said note will not be paid by
me. P3 JOHN HOLZEP..
To the Singer Manufacturing Company and John
You will please take notice that you, together
with George W. Carpenter, Robert Chapin, lliram
McCurday, William J. Russell, Sallie t Russell,
I. S. Hallam, Frank L. Parker and Hiland South
worth, have been sued in the District Court of
Dickinson County Kansas, by the Travelers In
surance Company ot Hartford. Connecticut, by
its petition filed theieln, wherein it seeks to fore
close a certain mortgage made by said Georce W.
Carpenter and conveying lot number eighteen
(IS) on North Third street. In Augustine fc Le
bold's second sub-division of Thompson & Mc
Coy's addiiion to the city of Abilene; the plaintiff
asks and claims Judgment against said George
W. Carpenter for the principal sum of three thou
sand dollars (3,000) with interest thereon at the
rate of 12 per cent, per annum from October 1,
1S3.", less the sum of three hundred and sixty
dollars (S3o0) already paid upon said interest, and
the costs of said action, and as security for such
Judgment, Interests and costs, claims a prior and
paramount lien upon said real estate, and asks
that it be sold by the sheriff without appraise
ment to satisfy said judgment, interest and costs.
In the event or such sale said plaintiff asks that
yourinterest and thatof each or you in said real
estate or any part thereof, be rorevcr barred and
Yon will also take notice that unless you ap
pear in said conrt and make answer to said peti
tion on or before the 21st day ot October, 1SS8. the
allegation therein contained will be taken as true
against you and judgment entered accordingly.
Tub travelers Insurance Company.
By W. G. Cowles, its Attorney. 52-3
Publication Notice. -
To Missouri Higgs and Henry Higgs, of the
titate of Indiana, and William Wilson, of parts
You will please take notice that you, together
with Samuel G. Reed, Jane Reed, Elizabeth 11.
Reed, John J. Reed, Margaret P. Lacey, James
Lacey, Indiana D. Wilson and Thomas Kirby,
have been sued in the District Court of Dickinson
connty, Kansas, by the Travelers Insurance
Company of Harttord, Connecticut, by its petition
filed therein on the 3d day ot August, 1888, where
in it alleges that it has a mortgage upon a certain
piece of real estate situated m said Dickinson
county, and hereinafter described, to secere the
payment of a note for f 1,200, payable to its order,
and now owned and held by it, made by Samuel
G. Reed, Jane Reed and Richard W. Reed, dated
October 23, 1SS1, and bearing interest at the rate
of 12 per cent per annum from and afterthat date,
less the sum of S240, already paid on acconnt of
said interest; the real estate conveyed by said
mortgage to seenre such indebtedness is de
scribed a follows: the northeast quarter of sec
tion thirty (30), township thirteen (13), south, in
range two (2). east of the sixth principal merid
ian. The said Travelers Insurance Company hi
lts petition, alleges that it has a first and prior
lien upon said real estate for the amount of in
debtedness herein set forth and asks the Court to
render judgment for such sum and interest and in
default of payment, to cansc said real estate to be
sold by the sheriff as npon execution without ap
praisement, in the event or which sale you and
each or you will be barred and rully foreclosed
from all right, title or interest in or to said real
estate or any part thereof.
You will also take notice that unless you appear
In said court and make answer to said petition on
or before the2lst day of October, 183S, the alle
gations therein contained shall be taken as trnc
againstyon and Judgment barring your interest
in said real estate will be rendered accordingly.
The Thayelers iNsnnANCE Conr-ANY.
By AY. G. Cowles, its Attorney. 52-3
To D. s. Ueemcrand Edith B. Becmer, residence
You will take notice that you, together with
Henry Wagner and H!ram McCurday have' been
sued in the District Court or Dickinson County,
Kansas, by the Travelers Insurance Company, by
its petition filed therein on the IStli day or Aug
ust, 18S8, whereby said plaintiff seeks to foreclose
a certain mortgage made to secure a note for
twelve hundred dollars, dated November 1, 1SS4,
signed by Henry Wagner, payable to the order of
said plaintiff five years from its said date; said
mortgage conveys the south half of the northwe.-t
quaner and the northeast quarter of the north
west quarter ot section three (3) In township
fourteen (14), sonth, of range three (3), east of
the sixth principal meridian; said plaintiff
claims judgment against said defendant, Henry
Warner, ior tne sum or twelve nunarea dollars,
with Interest thereon at the rate of twelve per
cent, per annum 'rom November 1, ISSi, less the
sum of two hnndrcd and forty dollars already
paid on account of said interest, and asks the
Court to decree to it a prior and paramount lien
upon said above descrlocd real.estate, and that it
the amount of such judgment as prayed for be not
paid on or berore a day to be fixed by the Court,
that said real estate be sold by the sheriff with
out appralcementaccording to law, and upon said
sale that your interest in such real estate be for
ever barred and foreclosed.
Yon will also take notice that unless you ap
pear and make answer in said court to said peti
tion on or before the 21st day of October, 1883, the
allegations therein contained will be taken as
true against you and a judgment In bar entered
THETnAYELERS INSURANCE COMPANY.
By W. G. Cowles, its Attorney. 52-3
To E. D. Bnllock, of Albuquerque, New Mexico:
Take notice that yon have been sued in the
District Court of Dickinson County, State of Kan
sas, by C. Stevens, who filed hl3 petition against
you and John W. Baker in said court on the 31st
day of May, 1883. and that you must answer said
petition on or before Saturday, October 6th, 1888,
or said petition will be taken as true and judg
ment will be rendered against you and John W.
Baker, and In favor of C. Stevens, tor the sum or
$753.10 with interest at 12 per cent, per annum
rroin the 6tb day of February, 1887, and for the
sale of lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 and the north 23X acres
of lot 5, and the east half of the northwest quar
ter. aU in section 30, in township 13, range 2 east,
nnrl the east V. of Section 19. in tOWnshln 13.
range 2 east, south of the TTnlon Pacific railway,
and the east Ji or section 21, town 14, range 1 east,
all in Dickinson county, State or Kansas, and for
the appropriation of the proceeds or said sale to
the payment or said Judgment and costs.
J. H. MAHAN,
52-3 Attorney for Plaintiff.
ToF. M. Tull, residence unknown:
You will please take notice that you, together
wltn AbramR. Darling, Eveline M. Darling and
II. M. Warner, have been sued in the District
Court of Dickinson county, Kansas, by the Trav
elers Insurance Company by its petition filed
therein on the 21st day of August, 1SSS, whereia
it seeks to foreclose a certain mortgage made by
said Abram R. Darling and Eveline M. Darling
conveying lots eleven fll) and thirteen (13) and
the south half of lot nine (9) In block six (6), in
the town of Enterprise; said plaintiff claims
Judgment for the sum or Ave hundred dollars (5500)
with interest thereon at the rate of twelve per
cent, per annum from Julyl.lSSJ, less the sum or
one hundred nd twenty dollars (S120) already
paid on account ot said Interest, and asks the
Court to decree to it a first and prior Hen upon
said real estate lor the amount ot said Judgment
and interest as claimed: and further asks the
coirt that said real estate may be sold without
appraisement to satisfy said judgment, and upon
such sale that your interest in said real estate. If
any there be, be forever barred and foreclosed.
You will also take notice that unless you ap
pear and answer in said action on or before the
9th day or October, 1SSS, the allegations therein
contained will be taken as true against you and
judgment entered accordingly.
The Thayklkbs Insurance Company.
By W. G. Cowles, its AttoTOey. 52-3
To A. B. Austin, of Wyoma, Nebraska:
You will take notice that you have been sued
in the Justice Court of the city of AMlene, Dick
inson County. Kansas, before John P. Ouinn. a
Jnstlce of the Peace of the city or Abilene, In
Dickinson county. Kansas, hy Lewis Kump and
I. N. Ficfcea, doing business under Arm name of
Kump. Fickes & Co., by filing in said court their
bill Of particulars on the 17th day of August,A.D.
18SS, that they caused an attachment to be nude
against yonr property and the same to be levied
on your household goods and furniture, said
household eoods and inmitnre being In Dickinson
county. That said plaintiffs pray Judgment
against you for $31.43, with Interest at 7 per cent,
from August 10, 1SS3, and costs of suit. That
said goods and furniture may b sold to satisfy
That you must answer said bill of particulars On
or before Saturday, the 22d day of September,"
1833, or said bill of particulars will De taken as
true and judgment wUl be rendered against, you
as prayed for. Kump Fickes Co.
By S. S. Smith, their Attorney. 53-3
Eire and Lightning.
For insurance in first-class companies
at lowest rates, call on J. M. Wallace,
office with J. C. Bender, Buckeye
Tea Sale! Tea Sale!
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY.
We have a beautiful, decorated Dinner
Set of 139 pieces which we offer as a pre
mium on our Tea sales. Thus: With every
dollar's worth of tea paid for in cash we
will present you with a, ticket having a
number upon it. Should you be the lucky
holder of the right number, the dinner set
We have not advanced the price of our
teas nor do we offer a cheap grade only; you
can choose from our entire stock. We guar
antee every grade to be the best of its kind
and will redeem every package if not as
represented. The dinner set is worth $25.
You may get it for 1.00.
price as before.
Kemfcmber the place.
214 Cedar Street,
I have left for Chicago and other east
ern markets for the purpose of purchasing
my fall stock which will be the
FINEST AND HOICJESl?
LINE OF GOODS
Ever Shown in this County,
During my absence I will offer my en
tire stock of
GOODS, HATS, CAPS,
Etc., Etc., at a Great Sacrifice and Closing
In order to make room for my New Goods.
I Will Make it a Great Object for those
who wish to purchase anything in my line
Goods Will Have to Go
REGARDLESS OF COST.
On account of Mr. Bishop having
bought out Messrs. G. C. Sterl & Co., I will
hereafter be found at the old stand, corner
Third and Broadway. ' Eespectfully,
the teas are the best,
the teas are the same
the premium is a $25
the sale is for 30 days
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