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Dodge City Times.
FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1890.
THE C. K. & S. TIME TABLE
(St. Joseph & Iowa R. R. Lessee.)
"ROCK ISLAND ROUTE."
Mall A Express Xo. 23, Daily, 11:10 A. M
Freight Accom'odat'n o. 09, Dally, 1S:10 P. M.
Mail A; Exprcs s. So. 21, Daily Lv. 4 :03 P. M
Freicht Aceom'odat'n No. TO, Daily, Lv 8 25 A M
rayTraln No. 70 msl.es connection for Meade and
S2T"No. 30 has a superb free reclining ctair car
running from Dodge City to Kansas City -
J. II, PHILLIPS, Agent.
LOCAL NEWS ITEMS.
SANTA FE TIME CARD.
1:33 a ni
No. 2. Atlantic-Express urriicat
No. J. New York Ex arrive at
No. C. Chicago Exprcs arrive at
No. 8. 'Missouri River Ex.... arrive at
No. I. Pacific Express . ...arrive at 9:30 pm
No. 3. Mexico A. hon Dieiro Ex arrive at 1 1 :33 n m
No. 3. Denver Utah Ex arrive at 11:13 p m-j
No. 7. Colorado Ex arrneat .-lupin
Stop 20 minntc for meal.
FRED GARDNER, Agent.
J. J. Anthony of Iogalls was in the ci
ty last Monday.
A good team of work males for sale by
P. H. Snghrne.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hussar weic in To
peka last week on business.
There were thirty-five arrivals at the
Dclmonico on last Monday.
A good single buggy for sale or trade
for cattle by P. II. Sughrue.
J. C. Stone of Mayctta, Kansas, has
our thanks for favors received.
JIKTIIODI&T EPISCOPAL-Rcv W. II. Itoc.
I'aetor. at new 31. E. Chnrcli every Sunday, at
11a. in. and 7:f) p. u Sundajtcbool at 9:13
a. m. Prayer 3It eting Thnr-da v evening, and
Younz Folk's Prayir. Meeting Tuesday even
ing at 7:10 o'clock.
PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. J. 31. Wngnt, D. D
Pastor. Services every fcunday at 11 oclock
a. m. and 7:10 o'clock p in. snndsy-s ciiool at
9 o'clock a. in. Prajcr 3Ictting Tue-day ev
ening at 7:30 o'clock.
If you want a refreshing drink this hot
wcathci try Pap Swan's lemonades.
John Hughlett and Lyman McKcan of
Ford City were in Dodge Thursday.
House furnishing goods of all descript
ions at prices that beat stealing, at P. H.
Sughrue s. tf
Horses wanted to pastuie. Two miles
from town. Water in pasture. Sec P.
H. Sughrue. . tf
A fresh arrival of Hour, also one car
load of the celebrated Kinsley brand, at
Sims & Sims. tf
cidental discharge of a wapaaa ia ait
own hands, rendered.
The parent, are redea of Ufa city,
and have large fHBOy of cUMna. The
father is an eagiaear aaM ta
near Pawnee Rock, sad fas I
graphed for. The Bnotasf was
ly prostrated by the terrisjte death of her
son. The family has the sympathy of
all. The funeral took place Thursday
at ten a. m.
To the farmers. Sitns !c Sims will
pay you the highest market price for
your wheat. tf
BA1TIST CHURCH. Ro. N. G. Collin;, Pa-tor.
Service? ci ery fcunday morning at 11 c"clock.
Minday-fchoolat9:I"i a si. Prayer 3Itcting
every 1 hursday evening at 7:" o'clock.
CATHOLIC CIlL'ItCII. C. L. KtarfnL, Rictor.
Reirnlari-emccs at the Chnrch on the Kir-t
andTliird Sunday el each month, at b.OOand
10:30 o'clock a. m.
Y. C. A. Meet- every Sunday afternoon iu the
Conncil Room of the City Hall, at 4 o'cWk.
J. I; I.i.NTZ, Pritident.
, F. tA. 31. Itegnlar Communication of .fct,
Bernard's Lodge, No 222, inetti econ and
Fourth Fridaji" of ach month at 7 o'clock p.
m. in JIasonic Hall. All inunbtra in good
rtandmg are cordially Im ited to attend.
J. C. 11 ici, iec C. W. Willett, W. 31.
KVIGHTS OF PVTIIIA!.Aiiollo Lodge. No. e,
meets the Firi-t sad Third Saturday evenings
of each month In Maconic Hall. All members
in good ftanding, al-o visiting brothers are
cordially Imitcd to attend.
.I.E. 3IcAuav, C.C.
V. N. IUitrcK, K. of K. .
If j'ou are troubled with bed bugs, call
at the Ark and you will find a remedy.
R. II. JIcElwain. tf
Joe Murphy of the
has sold out to the In:
goes to Colorado.
alls Union. Joe
I. O. O. F. Corona Lodge meets every Wednes
day, in new Lodge Koom of I. O. O. F. All
members of the order in good standing are
cordially invited to attend.
Hobt. Buchanan', N. G.
Cius. Lee-ov, Secretary
A. O. V. W. Protection Lodge, No. 172, meets
every 3Iondayecning at 3!anic Hall, at 8
o'clock. Vi-iting brothers are cordially in
vited to meet with n when in the city.
J. II. SnETT, VT. 31.
J. T. 3Ietcai.f, Iiecorder.
G. A. IS. Lewis Port, No. 2H, meet on tiie Firtt
and Third Tie-dayf of each month. In 31a
ollic Hall 3Iembers arc earnestly requested
to attend. Yi-itinir couiraile cordijllj invited.
31. V 31 UIM.CT, Commandir.
E. D. !WAN. Adjutant.
feONS OF YETEKANfe. General Thoma- Camp,
No. 43, meets t-econd and Fourth Wednes
day in racli month, at S o'clock p. m.. at 31a
onic Hall. b. .Jl'neal', Captain.
yi. i-. jiARkLEr, rirct sergeant.
A. S. CHOUTEAU,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office, Over Webster & Boiid- Dni Store.
Office IIomt I toll a. m. and- to Z p.m.
D. D. ROSE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office over Dec Hic, corner Chestnut street
and Second . cnue.
DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS.
looked upon with a
degree of allowance
by the general pub
lic. But we think the
people of Dodge City
and vicinity feel that
we do as we advertise.
Geo. Cookingkam, father of Halph
whose death is recorded in another col
umn, reached borne in time for the fun
eral of his sou,
J. It. Hallowell, Wichita's candidate
for the republican nomination for con
gress iu this district, has been iu the ci
ty looking after his interests this week.
For sale or rent a good farm 2 miles
from Dodge City. Can be irrigated;
under fence; 40 acres in cultivation.
See P, H. Sughrue. tf
The Itelicf Corp will serve meals dur
iug the session of the republican con
gressional convention, which convenes
in this city July 30th.
The Olde Folkes' Conccrte and Trade
Carnival will be given in Kelly's opera
house on July JJOth. They are ex
pecting musicians from abroad. The
yount; ladies are becoming very profi
cient in the drill, and the exhibition will
be a decided improvement on the one
Wc have received a neatly bound and
well printed book entitled: "Practical,
Sanitary, aud Economic Cooking; Adopt
ed to Persons of Small Means" by Mrs.
Mary Hinman Able, it being the Lomb
Prize Essay, published by the American
Miss. E. It. Andrews,
Rochester, X. Y.
When you need a mild laxative you
should have a medicine that will act on
the liver and kidneys as well as the bow
els, llcggs' Vegetabla Liver Pills arc
prepared espressly-for this purpose. In
sist on getting them as they have no su
perior and few equals. The Palace Drug
Co., Druggists. l
Dead Lstwr $st.
The following letters remain unclaim
ed for the week ending July 14. Per
sons calling for any of these letters will
please say "advertised," and give date
of this list. If not called for in 30 days
they will be sent to the dead letter office,
liavousett, Mrs. Jennie
Coyer, Miss Emma
Brown, Mrs. Nancy
Brown, Mrs. Fannie
Hammerscbmitt, Miss 3L
Liggett, Mrs. Nannie
Long, Miss Bertha
Plumcr, JHsa H. M.
Pratt, Mrs. Wm.
Itobinson, Mrs. E.J.
Iiotb, Mrs. Ida
Roth, Miss Eva
Schreiver, Miss Maggie
Wright, Miss Susie, two. -
Chapman, Willie, two.
Comical, A. B.
Johnson, R. W.
Johnson, Chas. C
Palmer, Lew E.
Itencan, R. U.
Shaw, J. 11.
Thomas, P. P.
Williams, J. It.
It. W. Evans, P.M..
D. P. Itaglin wishes to inform tne. peo
ple of Dodi;c City and the public gener
ally that he has a splendid line of fresh
groceries just received, which be is sell
ing at low prices, and is prepared to de
liver the same at the homes of his custo
mers promptly. Call and leave your or
ders at the store in Carson & Burgland's
meat market, on Bridge street. 2
Mark is huiu; up in
plain sight and 3011
can tell the cost of
oui- goods as well
left in Dry Goods,
lotliing, Notions, etc
1L WRI&ET fc CO.
If you or your family should happen
to be frightfully burned or scalded, what
hayc you in the Louse to alleviate the
pain until you can get a physician? A
box of Bcggs' German Salve at hand in
times like this would save a world of suf
fering and otentimes a doctor bill, as it
has no equal in cases of this kind, as well
as inflammation of all kinds. The Pal
ncc Drug Co.. Druggists. 1
It has been too hot the past week to ex
ert oneself beyond trying to keep cool,
and that brought out the perspiration.
All originality has been eschewed, and
the "is it not enough for you" fiend has
been in his glory. The signal station
shows that the past week has been one
of the hottest on record, and some of the
days have been excelled in temperature
only once, that being July 29, 1879, when
the thermometer reached 108 in the
shade. The record for the past few days
has been, as follows, the thermometer
being in the shade:
July 11, 92; 12th, 101; 13th, 100; 14th,
102; 10th, 94; 16th, 100.
A continual coughing is very annoying
to persons sitting near you in any kind of
a gathering; besides it is of great damage
to the throat and lungs, and is exceeding
ly dangerous at this season or the year.
One-half bottle of Beggs' Cherry Cough
Syrup will relieve any ordinary cough,
and this remedy costs no more than the
the interior grades that are thrown on
the market to sell at enormous profits.
The Palace Drug Co., Druggists. 1
The coroner had scarcely finished the
inquiry into the railroad disaster when
he was called to view the dead body of
Ralph Cookingham, a boy of about 11
years. Ralph had on the day previous,
(Monda) traded for a 22-calibre revolver,
getting it from a boy about the same age,
named Bloxam. On Tuesday morning
Ralph andajounger brother, accompa
nied by Frank Bloxam and three other
boys, after obtaining a box of cartridges
from a man named Henry Vallet, went
to the river near the Rock Island bridge,
and were shooting the pistol. Ralph
tried to cock the pistol with the muzzle
turned towards his breast. It was an
old dclapidatcd weapon and would not
stand cocked. In cocking it his thumb
slipped from the hammer, and the weap
on was discharged, the ball entering
the body in the middle of
the breast, just above the stomach. He
ran about fifty yards and fell, expiring
almost immediately. Some of the boys
came to town and reported a boy shot
Sheriff H. B. Bell immediately started
for the scene, and found the boy dead,
and brought the body to town.
An inquest was held, and a verdict of
death from a gun shot wound by the ac-
The fly or the ant at the family board
oftimes complete the group, the ant is in
the sugar and the fiy is in the soup.
The thermometer was clear out of
Corn is gravely in need of rain soon.
The crop will be a licht one, unless the
needed rain soon comes.
James Jimison reported on the sick
Bob Ridcnour was a visitor in the Res
ervation last Sunday week.
E. A. Smiley traded one for two horses
in Dodge last week. E. A. has got to be
quite a horse jockey.
The girls were smiling on Amos Rains
Sunday. Amos has a new buggy.
Mr. Henry Wood and family of the
Reservation, attended church at Royal
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Griffith mourn the
loss of their little twin daughter.
Rev. Smalleyhelda protracted meet
ing at the Royal school bouse, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday.
James Jimison has the finest field of
millctt in this section of the country.
Robert Snyder returned from Pawnee
Rock last Saturday.
Robert Ridenour holds a position with
Mr. Briggs near Howell, this week.
Mr. Ballard came in from Pawnee Rock
WUBaaOttys. do lad that they
te their death by s coHiafoa of
train Ho. t aad the yard awHck tagiae,
aaaUatnckiatfcaDodc City. Xaa
a7reftaeA.T.& F. Battread,
day, the 14th day fJaly, A. D., 18M.
Aad we farther find that said collision
was the result of gross and criminal care-
leasaess of said railroad company by its
employees in said yard, to-wit: Tne use
of defective lamps on the switch targets
in said yards, and the carelessness of the
employees in the yard in not keeping
them in proper order, and that the yard
master Ira Ravenaugb, and the yard
foreman, John Godfrey, were guilty of
criminal carelessness in not properly ob
serving or knowing that the order in re
gard to the time of the arrival of train
No. 3, was properly understood and ex
ecuted. We further find that the yard
foreman, John Godfrey, was guilty of
gross and criminal carelessness and neg
ligence in leaving the switch open with
out leaving a signal lamp or proper guard
at said switch, knowing that there was
a train that was due and liable to be
along at any moment. We further find
that the engineer, Mr. Ingram, of train
.No. j, was running bis train at a greater
rate of speed than ten miles an hour at
the time of the collision; and we further
find and belieye from the evidence pro
duced, that if te target switch light bad
been in proper place and order that he
would have known that the switch was
misplaced in lime to have stopped his
train and prevented the wreck or collis-
John S. Maktin
J. N. Pore.
D. D. Rose, Coroner.
Ravenaugb and Godfrey have been ar
rested and placed under bonds of $200
coaaty clerk be aatboriatd to awke teat
porary orders, aabjeet to fatare aparvv
alby tka board. That henaftar at
Maakaaratatfeaary be ordarai
acaotdarssaal bare bat
approved by the board, that aftar aa
proral by the board, said orders as xabb
BT THE COUHTT CtXXK.
There were other facts we wished to
bring forth, but space forbids; however
Petition is noted for stepping in where
angels fear to tread, and he may give me
occasion to review some more of his actions-
E. L. Mendknuau-
All those having furnished rooms to
let for the accommodation of guests dur
ing the congressional convention will
please report at once to
A. Gluck, Sec'y.
The preliminary examination ot Rav
enaugb and Godtrey has been put off un
til next Monday, on account of witness
NEW YORK S'i
At m fli 12 o id I u Dai
W. H. Robb, county attorney of Ed
wards county was in the city yesterday.
We understand that 3Ir. Robb is making
arrangements to move to Ford county
and start a horse ranch.
A Serious Wreck.
On last Monday morning about four
o'clock we had one ot the worst railroad
accidents that has ever occurred in this
vicinity. The passenger train No- 3,
going west, due here shortly before 12
o'clock, was stopped at Kinsley by the
giving out of the engine, an enrine was
sent from this place to bring in the train.
Wm. Ingram was the engineer and Jo
seph Ottys the fireman.
Shortly before four o'clock, the switch
engine, with John Kelsey as engineer,
was sent to the east end of the yard to
make up a freight train aad had gone in
on the switch next the river, known as
the house switch. When the switchman
let the engine in he went west of the
engine to couple cars, leaving the switch
open, and no signal light on it. They
had been so engaged ten or twenty min
utes when the belated passenger train
ran in. The switch being open without
warning she dashed in on the side track,
and although Mr. Ingram put on the air
brake and reversed the engine, the dis
tance was too short in which to stop the
train, and striking the rear end of the
water tank of Kelsey's engine with terri
ble force, drove it and the engine entire
ly through a loaded coal car to which it
was coupled, and grinding the coal car
into kindling wood, and wrecking both
engines totally. The baggage and ex
press cars were totally demolished. The
property loss to the company is large,
but the sad part is the loss of life. Joseph
Ottys, firemen on No. 3, was instantly
killed, having been caught between the
engine and tender and horribly crashed.
He could not be released until an engine
was brought from the round house to
pull the train and tender back far
enough to get bis body out. Ingram re
mained in the cab and escaped with a
painful wound under the knee cap, which
will lay him up for a short time. Au
gust Kreager, who was firing for Kelsey,
saw the danger in time to shout a warn
ing to Kelsey and jump. He escaped
without injury. Kelsey was not so for
tunate; he went out through the window
of bis cab and in the fall injured both of
his ankles badly. He will be laid up for
sometime. These were supposed to be
all the casualities, as none of the passen
gers were hurt, and both the express
messenger and baggage master escaped
without injury, but shortly atter dar
ligli it was discovered that there was a
dead body between the floors of the tel
escoped baggage aad express cars. Aft
er some delay it was reached aad gotten
out. It proved to be Willie Ottys, a
younger brother of the unfortunate Ire
man. He had gone dowa to his father's
claim in the neighborhood of Spearerille
to look f ter some work there, aad it Is
supposed that he stepped onto the front
end of the baggage car at Spearerille to
It is a sad blow to the family, losing
two grown sow. la sack a terrible sua
ner. They have the universal sympathy
of the people of this mmisity. The
funeral occurred from the Catholic
church Tuesday afternoon.
The following verdict was rendered by
the coroBor's jury:
We, the jury, esapaaelkd aad sworn
to inquire into the death mt Joseph Ottys
The Mills of the Cods.
Ed. Times: I have no desire to ex
change empty epithets through the news
paper with Mr. Petition. He has so oft
en engaged in dishonest deals that re
quired the sacrifice of every principle of
manhood to extricate himself, that it
would be useless for me to attempt cm-
phasing the fact that he is a rascally
demagogue, without substantiating the
fact by new evidence. Mr. Petillon is a
veteran liar. He has grown gray in bat
tling to conceal from the public bis
breaches of trust, numerous perjuries
and attempts to defraud creditors; one
is astonished in viewing his record, that
he is still enjoying fresh air and sunshine
instead of languishing behind prison bars
Only last week evidence came to light
that, if taken advantage of, would land
Mr. Petillon in a snug prison cell. The
readers of this paper ore familiar with
the article in last weeks issue charging
Petillon with perjury and forgery, com
mitted for tbe purpose of obtaining over
charges from the county. Mr. Petillon
takes bis usual method of answering
facts weak falsehoods, absurd state
ments and a careful avoidance of the
main facts. It is necessary to review
his statements in order to disprove them
and prove that he is a liar, perjurer and
An examination of the records shows
that E. L. Mendenball filed one bill for
stationery with the county clerk during
1889, amounting to aome S20, and one
for tbe sum of $180 was filed by W. F.
Petillon. In the Dill filed by Menden
hall there was bat one blank, the order
being for 100 of them, and the charge of
t3 was what had been agreed on between
myself and Mr. McKinney. I had offer
ed to do the same blanks at 12 per hund
red provided the county would take 200
of them. After this agreement with Mc
Kinney, Judge Moffitt gave an order for
some fifteen different forms of blanks, in
quantities of 100 each. Mr. McKincey
in order to get the benefit ot cheaper
prices for larger quantities raised the or
der to two hundred of each form,
the blanks should have cost the county
$2.00; but Petitions greed got the better
of his judgment, and he filed the bill for
$3.00 per hundred. He asked me to
swear to the correctness of tbe bill which
I refused, and Petillon then did so, and
it is now on file with the county clerk,
with his name attached. The above bill
containing but one blaak, is all I have
filed with the county clerk, yet Petillon
claims that the prices charged for all his
blanks, were based on the prices I bad
charged. But let me give a few compar
isons of prices charged for other station
ery. in the bill referred to above is an
item of 3,000 6 1-2 envelopes, white,
charged $7.50; Petillon for the same goods
charged $9.00. 2,000 letter heads, my
charges were $8.00, Petillons $11.00
Programs for county superintecdant,
my charges for 300 were $3.00, Petillons
for 250, $12.00 and other charges in pro
portion. From this it will be seen bow
Petillon lied when he claims that he took
his prices from mine. Petillon lies again
when he says I claimed my prices were
taken from Crane. To prove that I made
no such statement to the board, I submit
the following statement:
Ed. Times: I have no recollection of
E. I- Mendenball appearing before tbe
board of county commissioners at any
time, either with a price list or with a
proposition to do work at any price or of
Jso. W. Sidlow.
The above statement is made without
prejudice. Petillon is again proved a
liar by tbe Globe-Republican as fol
lows: "Mr. Petillon of the Democrat, will
excuse us for making a correction in re-
Srd to printing the district court baa
cket. The Globe did charge seventy
five cents per page for this work, but
tbe differemce in the two was, oar dock
ets were printed in sets of four pages
with twenty four cases to each set. while
the Democrat's docket averaged tea cases
to every four pages. We leave tbe cosa
missioaes sad the public to draw their
own conclusions as to which of the two
was the most reasonable charge."
It is so easy to prove Petillon a liar
that the task seesas stale, flat, aad un
profitable. The coBuaissioaers have
again sustained the charges made sgsiast
Petillon as witness tbe following resola
tions which practically deprives hiss of
say coaaty job work:
Revolted. That henceforth all coaa
ty officers shall, at a regalar BMetiag of
the board ot coaaty coaiwiaaoatrs, sab
salt to the board a writtea estisaate of
the blanks aad stationery of all kiads
required by said officers for the rasaiag
qsarter- That in cases of eacrgeacy the
This powder never unw. A marvel of parity,
(trength and wholrsomcneM. Store economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be told in
competition with tbe multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In
cans. Bowl Bkino Powdeb Co., 10C Wall St.,
New lork. X.Y.
E. T. THOME
STAPLE & FANCY
And Country Produce.
ALhO A FIXE LINE OF
Highest market price paid for
Butter and Eggs.
Bridge Mrcit, North of Post-office.
a large invoice of Commercial
Stationer', and are now ready
to fill all 'orders, both large
and small for
That being the day we expect our first Fall Shipment of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes.
We wish to state to our many patrons and the public that
we are not going out of business, but that this Cost Sale which
we will now institute will simply be to give the public the oppor
trinity to buy for a few weeks all our stock of Dry Goods, Cloth
ing, Boots aud Shoes, at Cost price. This sale av'iII beuetit us .as
well as the public. B.y sacrificing the profit on these iroods we
are able to clean out all the odds and ends, remnants and sur-
plus stock that are always to be found in as large a stock as
handle. If you know what a Cost Sale means you certainly
come and look. If you don't know, it certainly will benefit
to come and be convinced that Ave are doing just what we adver
tise. Remember, this selling good stock at Cost will not last any
longer than the First of August: after that date Lhoy will be sold
at the usual reasonable figures. Doirt forget that this is an op
portunity which you don't always get to buy your Dry Goods at
cost, to buy your Clothing at cost, to buy your Boots and Shoes
at cost, and in iact all wearing apparel. An immense line of
Boys' and Youth's Clothing.
Mail orders will be promptly attended to just as though you
had picked them out yourself. -
NEW YORK STORE
as hia mm
W. Im BaastM aaasa
aaiarice ataaasca aa baliaa.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE OENTLIMIH.
Flaw Calf aaa Lace Watimatf Grata.
caaaet be better aaowa tkaabr tbeatroac eaaana
aaeataatttafanaaaaoa of ccaaiaal wearers. -
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J. B. WARtttC ft SON,
DODGE CITY, KANSAS.
In the District Court within and for the county
of Ford in tbe state of Kansas.
The State Bank of St. John Kansas, Plaint! a
L. B. Huffman and Elizabeth Hoffman
I D. Huffman and Elizabeth Huffman will take
notice that the said The State Bank of St. John
Kansas, plaintiff, did on the Hth day of July, ltou,
file Its petition in said District Court, within and
(or the county of Ford, in the State of Kansas,
against tbe said L. B. Huffman and Elizabeth
Huffman, defendants: and that the said L. B. Huff
man and Elizabeth Huffman, must answer said
Srtitkra filed aa aforesaid, on or before the 25th
ay of August 18S0 or said petition will be taken
as true, ana a judgment rendered in said action
against said defendants L. B. Huffman and Eliz
abeth Huffman, for the sum of txvehe hundred
dollars, with Interest thereon at the rate of 12 per
cent, per annum from the Stnd day of February
1889 and for the costs of suit; and a further judg
ment against said defendents, L. B. Huffman and
Elizabeth Huffman for the forclosure of a certain
mortgage upon the following descrilied real es
tate towit; the northeast quarUr 1-4 of section
thirty 30 in township twenty-five 25 south of range
twenty-two 3S west, lying and situated In the
county of Ford in the state of Kansas and adjudg
ing that said plaintiff has the first lien on taid
premises, to tne amount for which judgment will
be taken as aforesaid, and ordering said premises
to be sold without appraisement, and the nrocevd
applied to the payment of the amount due the
plaintiff and costs of suit, and forever barring .ind
oreclosuiir said defendants, and each uf them
of and from all right, title, estate, interest, prop
erty and equity of redemption In or to said prem
ises, or any part thereof.
J. W. Rose, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Attest: Titos. Lahet, Clerk.
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No. 8 C1NTHAL AVBNU8.
KANSAS CITY. KAS.
In the District Court within aud for tucCozuty
of Ford, In the State of Kansas.
The State Bank of St. John, Kansas, Plaintiff.
Ira E.McColIistcr, Defendant. I
Ira B. McCollister will take notice that the said
The State Bank of St. John, Kansas, plaintiff, did,
on the 8th day of July, 1890, file its petition In
said District Court, within and for the County of
Ford, In the State ot Kansas, against the said Ira
E. XcColUster, defendant, aad that the said Ira E.
McCollister most ansucr c aid petition, on or be
fore tbe SSth day or August, 1890. or said petition
will be taken as true, and a judgment rendered
in said action against said defendant, Ira E. Mc
Collister, for the sum of set en Hundred Dollars,
with Interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent,
per annum from the 13th day of July, 1SK, and
for costs of suit: and a farther jnd-nnect amlr,t
said defendant, Ira E. McCollister, for the fore
closure of a certain mortgage upon the following
described real estate. to-lt: The north-west
quarter 1-1, of section thlrty-tn o3i, is township
twenty-five, south of range twenty-one 21. west,
lying and situated In the County of Ford, In tte
State of Kansas, and adjudging that said plaintiff
has the first Hen on said premises to the for which
Judgment will be taker aa aforesaid, and ordering
said premises to be sold without appraisement,
and the proceeds applied to the payment of tbe
amount due plaintiff and costs of rait, and forev
er barring and foreclosing said defendant of and
from all right, title, estate, interest, nropcrty and
equity of redemption, in or to said premise, or
any part thereof. J. W. ItOE,
Attest: Attorney for P2aint!17.
THOS. LAHEY, Clerk.
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Toa wiU take notice that The State Bank of
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of March. MO, Sic Its petition Ir tbe district
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which said mortgage la now owned by plaintiff on
the following described lands In Ford county,
The aorta-east quarter ot section 19, in town-suptsreaty-eightaoath,
of range twenty-one west,
of the sixth principal meridian, to secure tbe
payment of certain rotes now due to tbe amount
of six hmadred aad Sfty dorters as shown by one
uiosaisaoiy aote now owned by plaintiff and re
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aydnstyoaCharlcaF.Kaadalllnthe sum of six
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eaeasafatht aaaa aaM aotea aad mortgage.
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