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TJIK KANSAS CITY JOUKNAK Tllt'IlSDAY. MAY !), 180.5.
CLOSING OF SCHOOL YEAR,
fCr.NKS AMI t.Nt'lllllNTs ftX'l'MAU TO
Principal nmlninnn Urpf lltuj I Isleplng
to All Kinds' of l:trtic tor Tardi
ness and Ali.rnrr Hot
"Only two more weeks of, schonlt" These
Are the word Hint drop wearily from Ihe
llp of the hlth nlioal trhnlnrs, an they
rome pantlnfr Mown the rtnlr, every dav
from iome recitation room. There .semi's
to bp n sort of "tlrfd frpllns" inntilfrMed
unions student everywhere rts tlir Inst
few weeks of the term roll drearily hy.
And many nrp the excuses (1ml nrc
lirousht pypry morning to thp principal by
some boy or Rlrl who but loo plainly ex-
mini me cnaraeieristic kiioivii in Old.
fashioned phrnseoloBy as being "born
A considerable of Principal ttttchnnnn'i.
time In employed every mornltiR In listen
ing to excuse!" for Inrdlness, the cause of
which manifestly helnir the strons len
iency to pass too many of the pleasant
mornlnc hours In sleep.
"Can't t come nt 9:15 Instead or . o'clock,
professor?" Is n sample of the sleepy kind
of excusew that come to the hands of the
principal these warm morning. And It Is
bronchi by the typical "chappie." with
halt- parted In the middle, yellow shoes
with toes turned In, and btoad brimmed
Then there Is the yoiinu man who Is de
sirous of becoming an athlete and brlnR
mi excuse stntlnu that he desires to spend
the mornlnc nt the gymnasium, and wishes
to be excused till 10 o'clock. To the
would-be athlete the principal readily rc-
cr tliHt a school Is out at 1:50 o'clock,
nil the afternoon can be devoted to mils
eulnr development and corpuscle building.
And the reply In turn is, that the after-
the youth pur. woman's manTS
noons are too warm for bodily exertion.
To the boy who desires to have the first
hour for sleep, the principal replies by n
xhrug of the .shoulder, ,i disgusted expres
sion and a few solemn words to the elTect
that he will not encourage any one to
be Indolent by allowing him to sleep an
hour or so after he should be at school.
Then there are many other excuses. One
oung man Invariably wants on excuse to
go to the study hall and spend the time
without studying. Ills eyes nre affected
by the warm weather so he cannot study
with ease. This young man belongs also
to the class parting the hnlr In the middle
and turning the iocs together so us to
make a fashionable swagger. One lad al
ways "has business down town to tend to
for ma," and wants the best part of the
forenoon to transact the business In. Then
there Is the hard, conscientious worker
who has all the year been trying to carry
live studies who now that the spring has
come finds that the warm weather and the
studies are ton much for one of bis mental
caliber and so he comes to the principal to
acknowledge his error In trying to do too
much and bugs permission to drop one
study. He receives ror his answer. '''!
told you that you could carry but four
studies." Then the principal looks wise,
gives the boy the desired pei mission and
says "next." Then the next comes, and of
course this time it Is the boy who has
gone to seed on the mandolin, who spends
all his study time In playing that beloved
Instrument and Is never known to study.
The principal asks him If he Is getting
along better in his classes, and "Oh, ves,
ask my teacher If I am not," is the s'elf
afsurlng answer. "I have asked your
teacher and he says you are doing only
the poorest kind of wrok," replies the
principal; then the young musician hangs
bis head and goes away promising to Im
mediately become prollclent In his neglect
The girls, as well as the boys, bring In
many sail stories for excuses. want to
go home early to get dinner for little
sister" Is a sample of the ways In which
the little lassies try to get prmlsslon from
the principal to go home earlv. Then there
Is the tine, stylish looking girl who cuts the
slass and goes home without permission.
When the princl'. li reprimands her for so
doing, the say:1 '.Mammu nab sick and I
had to go home, 1 was afraid If I asked
you 1 would not ge.t permission to go, I
will have mamma came over and sen
you about It, and I won't do It any more."
Such are the many excuses that come up
during the closing of the term to annoy
thtf ordinarily good natured principal, and
lieln to turn his hair Bray.
The terror of the school Is Professor
Minckwlta. He teaches Creek and Latin,
and at the close of the term It I quite
amusing tq see how nervous are his pupils
who are trying to discover every Intrtaite
mystery of the middle voice or the second
aorlst Infinitive. If there Is a boy or girl
In school with u bowed pne or weak eyes
It s generally conceded thut he must be
one of I'rofessor Mlnckwltz's pupils. On
good authority It Is stated thut If a roaring
lion should enter the recitation room of
Professor Mlnckwlta'n class, no one would
look up or leave his seat, because of fear
of that venerable professor. And what
makes, him still more reverenced. It Is
known that he will toon have some original
textbooks of his own. One or two rows of
teats In the back part of his room are re
served to beat idler, truants, laggards and
those who are otherwise disposed to spend
but little lime In study. A dialogue some
thing like the following Is often heard In
Professor Mlncknltz's room: The door
opens abruptly and a btdjtcd student en
ters. "U'hciv are oit from?" asks the
professor. "Study hull A," is the answer.
"What for?" again usks IIih piofessor.
"Whispering." again Is the answer "Take
the back seat and don't you ever come line
late again," says the professor II Is a
sure way to cure all bad habits Just send
them Into I'rofessor MlnekwIUs room a
Then there are other professors who huve
characteristics known io the entire school.
ny high school student can tell you
which one of the professors spends his
time during the recitation In talking about
Fome matter entirely foreign to the sub
ject It Is ltitertlng to note the superior feel
ing exhibit 'd by a. senior toward a fresh
man and the corresponding feellug of
inferiority manuesieu oy a iresniuan wnen
in ih'e rreience of an august senior AH
the litiu and reforms that a tate the out.
W U wfu twhooj- Sft 14 the y.oulbiuU
woman a rights agitator, who Is conspl. u
ptnly visible in the KnglMt literature (mm
NO opportunity of giving hr opinions about
that much abused subje.t Is e.r allowed
to pass by without being eag. rly seized
upon. The Antl-Tolmeeo ("lob I here io
he found In Its greatest siipremacv as i
also the lobaeco iind the cigarette them
selves. There are the kooiI lovs and girls
who sit Up, In front of the assembly room,
who nre all attention during the l-'nday
morning exeiclscs, and ilie noisy ones who
sit In the back part of the room and do
nothing but annoy others and try to keop
everybody ele from hearing what l going
on on the piriform, Hut the school I.-, for
II CCJV l
coMiNt: roil p.xrrnKB.
all that, the best high school in the coun
try, and, as a whole, can give nnv other
pointers on most any subject dslrcd, from
manners up to mathematics.
And there Is nothing In all the universe
that Is half ro mysterious as a I'i.ito In
itiation. The unfortunate victim who Is to
be Initiated Is first relieved or his oilier
clothing, Ihen placed on his back on the
hardwood floor. He s then solemnly
asked to tell who Is his best girl. If he
refuses to tell this secret, and he generallv
does, an electric battery Is applied to his
exposed bosom, his throat Is cut with a
torturing Icicle, and at the last extremity
of torture, redhot Irons are applied to his
naked feet In th same manner in which
his throat was so cruelly cut And at last
he is bled to death by hearing n stream
of water trickle down out of one Jnr Into
another. Hut nil these things go to make
up the best of schools.
THE PENITENTIARY MUDDLE.
Hoard of Directors Wttl .Meet nt Topclta
and Kndeaiir to tiring Order Out
Topek.i, Kas., Mny R. (Special.) The
board of penitentiary directors will
meet nt Lansing to-nuu-row morning,
when It Is supposed that something will
be done to break the ileuiltnck estab
lished by Warden Chase and Deputy
Warden Markum. None of the peniten
tiary olllclals hns received n cent nt
salary since February, nor have any of
the contractors been paid fur supplies,
furnished. The latter b.ive become clam
orous for their money, even going so fnr
as to nppeal to the governor for relief.
The real trouble appears to lie with
the board of directors, two of whom are
PopulistH and one a Republican. Dep
uty Warden Mnrlcum, who stands In
with Cliase.perslsts in signing nil vouch
ers "S. W. Chnse, warden, by M. II.
Markum, deputy." and the board re
fuses to accept and pass upon them In
tills shape. Ho It comes that no money
has boon paid.
Chase was suspended by Oovernor
Morrill pending bis Investigation by the
legislative committee, and it then be
came .Murkum's duty to assume charge
of the Institution and conduct It In the
same manner as though he was war
den. This he refuses to do, but Insists
that Chase Is still warden and thut the
business must be transacted In his
To-dav Oovernor -Morrill gave the pen
itentiary board h very plain talking to.
He Informed them that they were re
sponsible for the proper conduct of the
Institution and weie supienie In the
inntter of controlling the deputy war
den. It was their duty to see that
Markum obeyed the law and recognized
the authority of the governor to sus
pend an accused official at will. If ho
persisted In refusing to properly pre
pare the vouchers so that people could
secure their money, he should be sum
Why the board has stood the inso
lence of Markum so long Is past llniling
out, unless It Is that a majority of the
members are I'opullsls and are in fear
of the displeasure of their party leaders.
Hnth Chase and Markum have somehow
conceived the idea thnt the governor's
suspension of Chase cannot be enforced,
and they are going right along Just as
though it had never been made.
The meeting to-morrow ought to bilng
the penitentiary rebellion to a head.
When the board left Topeka In-day it
looked as though they might summarily
remove Markum, but there is absolutely
no telling what they may do when they
arrive at the penitentiary and pass un
der the Influence of Chase and his
The governor feels that something
should be done at once, and only one
thing of two can relieve the deadlock
the board must surrender in a shameful
manner to Chase ami Markum, or
Markum must be suspended along with
Io the supremo court this afternoon
an alternative writ of mandamus was
issued on the application of S. W.
Chase asking that the penitentiary di
rectors be instructed to audit bis April
accounts as warden of the penitentiary.
TJie hearing has been set for Friday.
A Toloreil Man Who rartlelpaled in a
Tight round Unoniiicioiis at a
Shortlv after 13 oVloek Uh night a citi
zen telephoned to police headquarters that
a middle aged colored man was lying un
conscious at the corner of Klghtrentli
street ami Urooklyn avenue, bleeding from
a wound in his head, which he had received
In a right with two other men. The am
bulance was sent to the scene of the light
and the wounded man was taken to po
lice headquarters, where he was attended
by the police surgeon, who was unable to
restore him to consciousness. As there
was nothing In his pockots upon which his
name could be found, the police were un
able to discover his Identity. At 3 o'clock
tills morning ho was still unconscious. He
had u long cut upon Jit.- luad and another
upon one of his arms. The nouud upon
his head may prove tdt.il. The police did
not learn anything concerning the tight ex
cept what was telephoned to headquarters.
The wounded man had leen drinking In the
neighborhood where the light occurred.
sleep anil hniiiiinl.1,
Sleep Is a greater mystery than Insom
nia. We hear much of the latter stale In
these days, Hut it Is more wonderful that
we sleep so well than that we are occa
sionally wakeful. We hear more of sleeplessness-
than our forefatheis did. It is a
remarkable fact that n scarcely any of Hie
older recognized text books of practice of
physics is there any formal notice of in
somnia per se. In later works, and espe
cially In those devoted to treatment, the
subject of Insomnia does receive consider
able attention And every now and then
the sleeplessness of u gieat man in the
world of science or In that of politics ic
mliuls us that eminence has Its tioubles,
and of a soit which seldom alfect the poor
man. It Is probable that this evil of wake,
fulness is more common than II used to
be. The excitements, and especially the
worries of lite multiply. -Many of the ar
rangements of societv are of a nutuin to
drive away sleep, i:eu Hie vely plea--ures
of life are so taken by muiiy us to tub
them of one of the greatest pleusiiics uf
all an eight hours sound sleep; for we
maintain that tills is what evriybody
should aim ui. Il may seem a lung time
to spend u third uf one's life ill sleep. Kill
if the other two-thirds ure used well, there
is little cause for blume. No rule for all
cuu be laid down, but It would be well for
most people In the Intensive days In which
we live to devote eight hours to the culti
vation of the mood and act of sleep, and
to resist the domination of all habits and
fashions that are inconsistent with this
purpose. The J.ancet.
Tn cents a week.
At' your" door every morning.
14.00 a jiear b nwii;
PrjiiBu tfmiI2k'- sJy fcffiB
A frrcnl nutllitutlo of people lutvo
crowncil Simmons I.ivkii lirortAToit
the "KtNU OP t.tVKIt MKUK'INKS." It
has licoii tlioir lioiisolioltl mcttlclnc fur
inoro tlinti sixty yearn, ami has conic
down to tho present gcncriitlnii nn tlio
Inheritance from tlte old folks, Too
little tlo llir people recognize the fact
thnt most lilt ooino from n torpid or
diseased liver: Mnlnrin, KhetimntlRin,
Chills nml l-'cvet', Constipation, llll
lonsnesa, Sick Headache, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, aro all the results of a bad
condition of the liver. Your physician
will tell you the name thiiiR. A torpid
liver poisons the blood, canning bolls
and blotches on the skin; it also de
ranges digestion, and when these two
conditions: aro all'ected yon are ready
for almost any disease. Listen to what
is said hy some who liavo taken Sim
mons T.iver licgulator. Hut the best
proof of its helpfulness will only be
Unown as you take it. ou'll tlnd it also
an excellent tonic to tho wholo system.
Hiram Warner, Chief diistlce orr.eorgln,
"Have used Simmons Liver ltcgulatnr for
Constipation, nnd with decided bencllt."
W. 11. Kelly, 1'uton Landing, Ohio.
" I sullertd many years with liver troubles,
hut now since taking Simmons l.lver Itegula
tor I recta great change for the better."
IIMiop.liwi. XV. Ileekwltb.
"1 always expect great things whenever I
have occasion to ue Mutinous l.lver llegu.
I.. .11. West, llockrord, III.
"I am sure 1 bine not leeeived ni:rnit ben
efit in the use of any iher rcnudj s hrun
Simmons l.lver Itegul.itor."
It. S. Senator .loliu 11. fjurdou.
"Simmons Liver l: .'iiliiiorh"hen soli lull
ly lecoiiunended by n li ml who lane u-ed It
that I have purchased nine to u-ens orcnMon
" I snll'cred for years Willi llvcrdlense, but
nt last found relief by taking Simmons l.tr
"I use Simmons l.lver Iteculator, and llnd
It tile best medlellie lor a weak or torpid
liver." .Mil-.. Amanda t'.si'i.r., Albln, Iowa.
" I recommend Simmons liegulatnrtoall my
fi lends. It has done me mi much good."
.1. li KllLSAV, filhhnli, N'eb.
"I would not do without Simmons Liver
Itegulator lor leu times itsco-t." S. A. ltKM
r.i Sacramento, nil.
"I have not found mi thing equal to Sim
mons Liver llcgulalor as a regulator of tho
liver." Daviii .Ionl-, Million, l'n.
" I regit id Simmons Liver liogulntor ns nw
cxcclliiit remedy lor sick-liendiiehe, torpid
liver, mill Indigestion "-.I, II. Mcl-ADUK.v,
Shclbyvllle, I nil.
Has the ' Stamp In red on wrapper.
J. 11. ZLII.IN A ro.. Philadelphia, Pa,
FOOLED THE ROBBERS.
Ail Attempt to Hold I'p n l!rool,lit Car
and Itnb tin t'ouiliiclor
An attempt was made last night about
11:30 to bold up a Tenth street cable ear at
the terminus of the line, on lliookljn ave
nue. The car was In charge of Conductor
Steele, who was employed In lending the
brakes while the grip car was moved to
the fioni of the second ear, and did not sec
the two would-be lobhcis as they stepped
upon the i .if Willi drawn iwch is. The
grlpinun saw the men. however, and realiz
ing the situation at once, started the cars
to moving at a lupld pace. The sudden
ness of the stall threw Conductor Stf de
to the gioiind, and as he now realized the
situation be si.irted lo run down llrooklyu
avenue. The robbers gave chase, but could
not ovettakc him and they gave up and
letiirneil to -. vU hilly of the car. They
were lecnguized by some of the passengers
as the same men who held up a Prospect
avenue car a few evenings since. Tho
P'lssungers were not molested.
School Children Contribute.
Home time ago Principal 11. H. Longan,
of Hie Humboldt school, and ids assistants,
decided to dull together and -hue a Siod-
lai.l edition of tin- Encyclopedia llrit
annlca. The pupils heard of their purpose
and became so Interested that they asked
10 be allowed lo contribute to the fund.
Principal Longan told them their assist
ance would be gladly received, so a collec
tion was taken up at the school. The re
sult was that i;M.ll was collected, which
was more than one-third of the amount
Denied, liven the primary scholars con
tributed, many pennies being found in tho
Another Conductor Itubbed.
It was reported io tile police at an early
hour this morning ilia t two masked men
hail held up the conductor of a car at
Twenty-tilth street and Prospect avoiilio at
11 o'clock last night ami robbeii him of
i. No other ii.irtleul.ii were learned by
Trilby Ticket., ui Male.
The sale ot tickets for the "Trlllij" tab
leaux at His routes house .Monday night
began .vestenlay and will continue to the
night of the entertainment.
I1IIIUK 1TII.MS IIV wmi:.
Constantinople, .May y The Hon. ,. W.
Terrell, the American minister to Turkey,
left this city to-day for Cairo. Mgypt. lie
Intends to make a tour of Sjila.
Dover, Del, .May l. fter taking the
thirty-second ballot oi the dav at fi:;:0 tu
nlghi the Joint session of the legislature
adjourned until u a. m. to-morrow. The
last balloi. William Uupuui (Hep.), II: Dr.
Hiirlon tltep.), 1; Itldgeley tDem.j, ; Tun
ned iDem.l, I.
Denver. .Mu S. Tho Jury In the Deniady
case returned a verdict aeiiiilttlng him ot
Hie Tapper inuider to-nlghi, after having
been out four bonis and a half. Tln prls
oner. Illchard Demiidy, was charged with
the llrsi one of the three atraiigllngs. Lena
Tapper, his mistress, was tho victim.
Salt Lake, dab, .May S. The conslltii.
tional convention which has for sixty days
been running the fuuduiueulul law of tint
new stale llnUheil (is labors this afternoon
and adjourned sine die. Speeches of von
glitulallon were made and the closing
houis were very interesting and liupres
slve. St. Paul, illnn.. Sluv S. The Pan-American
congress of religions and education to
be held at Toronto, Ont., duly 1S-23. has at
traded the favorable attention of promi
nent men In all religious bodies, und inuny
of the most lutlqentlul Protestant and
Cuth&Tic dlgnlturles In the country have
already promised lu attend.
Callsloga, Cat, Jlay . Two masked load
agents caught a stage load of San Kian
ilscoaus on their wa to the summer le
surts of Lake county and snipped them
of lliejr valuables. The lubbeis seemed
about I.'il fioni the pusseiigeis and
looted Hie Wells-Cargo licasuie box us
well, but how miieh they got out of It Is
Little Hock, Ark., -May i. This after
noon at Waiupoo, this count), an attempt
was made by Constable John ilieen to
serve a wairunt on -Milt Harper, lloth
men wtre armed with double banded shot
guns and began tiling u( each other. Orceii
leeeived ten buckshot lu the body and Har
per twenty-three, lloth men dltd in less
than an hour.
Washington. -May 8. The re-heuiing of
Ihe Income tax cuse In the supreme court
was concluded at i o'clock to-day and the
nine Justices look the questions of the
acta constitutionality In whole or any part
under consldtratiou. On the 20th of this
month the court will meet, probably for
the last time this term, to reader its de
cisions In pending caics. and It Is exptcttd
its .? oncl.utlon upon the iiKorue us cattf
.will be aaAouncta i tbt time.
Important .Matters XVIII lie t nnsldrred at
Hie .Meeting of the t nnimirclnl
The Independence Conuneiclal Club will
hold a meeting lo-tilght. and linpoitntil
mailers will come up for lis connlderallon.
Since Hie reorganization of Ihe club. 1U
membership has grown rapidly, tinlll nt
present 11 embraces nil lines of tradesmen
and men in Hie professional walks of life
In this city. It has been a potent ractnr In
retting on fool movement which will be
of gteaf benellt to the city nl latge. The
members of the committees appointed by
Piesldent Witt are all Independence busi
ness men who. are deeply lliteiested In
bringing the rlty up to lis proper destiny.
At to-night's meeting a proposition will be
leeeived from all Kastcin miiuurnetuiliig
company for the establishment or n local
telephone exchange. It Is also expected
that Mr, Pickering, of Ihe Independence
Air line company, will have something or
nil Important nature to communicate to the
rllib lebtllve to a franchise. It Is under
stood thnt Ihe company Is desirous of ex
tending Its line lu order to be closer to
large manufacturing concerns lu this city.
The extension of the dummy lino, which
has been undrr L'OUsldelntloii, will also le
Milts llleil for theiliine lerm
ciiAiin'-iii imuiii uuegeii iiiiiv sue noil net
husband, John Krohl, weie married In lsc.
I'p to 1VT the defendant was n source of
i 1 iw icii tuv urn iiiiuiii nun ti ruuii r tt
gteut annoyance to her, she says, owing to
the fact that he considered her money to
be property In common. Ills liberal views
In Oils respect caused her to deposit innnev
in bank under an assumed name, lie soon
learned or this Interfeience with lil rights
as a hushntid, and made things unpleasant.
Sho also nlleged that her husband charged
her with trying to put poison in his coffee.
The separation soon followed, she leaving
Itlchnrd It. Oentry was made defendant
in a suit brought by his wife, Margaret
(.entry. Desertion was the cause. They
were married In ljui, and the sepaintloii
took place In HM).
Lnclnda Harp also dunged desertion on
the part of her husband. Joseph fl. Harp.
Their mariled life lasted ten years, horn
le:' to 1N2.
Illlzabeth Hudspeth nml others tiled a
suit lu ejectment agalnsl Saniuil Chlddlv
and Wade Chlddlx for possession of a farm
east of this city.
A pretty home wedding, simple In Its ele
gance, took place last night at the resi
dence or Mr, and Mrs. .Meredith Mnsteis on
West Mill street. The contiactlng parties
were .Miss Susie Mnslers, their daughter,
and Mr. John Keller, both well known
young people of this city. The marilagn
ceiemonv was performed liv Itev. Alexan
der Procter, pastor of the Chilstlan church
this city. The prettily decorated parlors of
the residence were tilled with friends and
neiuulntnuees of the family and bridal
couple, After the ceremony and congratu
lations, a wedding supper was served the
.Mr. and Mrs. Keller expert to make In
dependence their home, and will be nt
home at their new residence on c'nrmer
The countv court yesterday listened to
the testimony In a load tight The load
over which a disagreement took place Is In
lirnoklng township Th mil took the
matter under advisement. The hearing In
the toad case or It. XV. Knox was set Tor
Mas' II. Considerable luxes were abated.
The Lombard company's assessment was
reduced Sluo.fjm) provided the balance due Is
paid within twenty days. The taxes on
property recently washed away by the
Missouri river, belonging to Hugh L. Mc
Kiroy, were abated. Cleik J. N . Thom
son's account of J'.'.IS'U"' expenses nf the
criminal couit. was audited by the court,
and the account upptoved. I"he court nil
lourned until to-day at ID o clock. '1 o-day
the court expects to open bids for lire ex
tinguishers for Ihe poor faun.
lleva'lated the Poor I'nrii'.
The storm which pasd over tills city to
the southeast, as told 111 the Join mil yes
terday, caused eonslili vable damage to
growing crops along the banks of the
Little Hlue river. Hi ports brought to this
city yesterdav from that section Indicate
the crop loss lo be verj great. The hall
fell wllh nnu-ual severity, cutting down
inanv acres of wheat and com. Superin
tendent Hentr.v. of the poor farm, reported
to the county eouit yesterday that the
storm virtually ruined the growing crops
at the farm. Acies of clover meadow lu-t
ready to blossom was cut down bv the hall
and then piled up In vvlnrnw Tho rasp
berry crop will be a failure. Twelve neics
of raspberries were stripped or tln-lr fruit.
Window- lights and skylights were broken
and other I'ainage done, lu this city the
damage to window lights was greater than
reported. nc residence In the northern
portion of the eltv had llfleen lights broken
at a slnele crash. Other residences, were
more or less damaged.
Lawrence Cunningham, attorney rot
Collector Mi Curdy lias lllfd with the i ir
ciilt clerk sevents-llve suits Tor back taxes.
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
afternoon to .1 J li Mason and Miss Mol-II-
Itobliison. Tlio w. bilng took place last
night, the Itev. W. It. Iliooks oflielating.
The will of .Mis. O. (.'. Ilalderman was
tiled for probate yesterday She bequeathed
her personal property to her mother. .Mrs.
Phillips, of Kansas City. Ily the terms of
the will the real estate was bequeathed
to her husband.
Althur Orlssom and Wife are expected
home In a few davs from the liist. Mr.
"lissom was recently married 111 Vew York
cPv to a Miss Jiil'a Wnod
The Douglass lirny-lllll Mission Society
of the -'lrst Presbyterian church will give
a strawberry social I'rlday night In the
room north of th" nostolllee.
Ilenr.v Pelser, of Cincinnati. ")., Is In the
city the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
-M. Pelser .Mr Pelrer Is connected with
one of the largest mercantile establish
ments in the Mast, and received his early
business training at Independence.
The Young Peonle's I'nlon of tho Tliptlst
and Cumberland Presbyterian churches has
selected oillcers 'or Its new mission at
Walnut park. The superintendents, to
serve alternate months are Miss Pirrie
Heiirv. P. H. Ilearne and .Miss Vyra Venn
ble. Mrs. Hiekox will be organist and Miss
Mm mn Humphrey chorister.
Independence l rapidly tilling up with
people from Kansas Citv who expect lo
make their home here Thirty new houses
have been rented by Kansas City parties
since Aptll 1. Kesldene"s uoir transporta
tion are In good deninud.
The 3-ye.'ir-old child of Mr and Mrs.
Llndsev. who reside on Mechanic street,
met wllh a severe mishap yesterdav.
While doing an aerial act on n fence a mis
step precipitated it to the ground, fractur
ing Its arm
Captain If. O. Henley, of Company !
stated veRterdav that the military company
will probtbly attend the slate encampment
next month The members of the company
expect to adopt the white duck trousers for
Mining Company elects Otllrcrs
The Santa l-V Placer Mining Company, of
Kansas City, held a meeting at the Coates
House. Tuesday evening, ami elected the
following nlllcers. President, T. S. Itldge.
vice president. I. (J. Mitchell: secretary.
James A. Wood; treasuier Hurrv H.
Itliodes: general manager, li li Nettletnn.
l'n to the receipt of their charter last week
Ihe company has been working as an asso
ciation, but Is now fully equipped lo puisne
the development of Its laud to the utmost
extent. The company owns Iml acres nf
valuable liud. which lies on the banks of
the Oallsleo river, twenty-live miles south
of Santa Ke. N. M., on the line of Die rail
road bearing that name, and has already
expended JJ.irtl In ascertaining the amount
of gold per cubic yard which ninlet lies Its
Death of a I'lrein.in.
James It, Woods, who lived at Twelfth
street, near llenesee street, died last night
of tvphold pneumonia He was a stoker
on lire steamer .Vo. 13, located at Twelfth
and Hell streets lie had been off duty on
account of his Illness since April H. Ho
vvus 33 years of age and leaves a wife and
two children. He was a member of the
Hremen' Itelief Association.
Death of .Mrs. IjilU A, Maglll.
Mrs. I.ydi.i A. .Maglll. until let cull j- a
resident of this city, died last nlglil at
the home of liei sou. in Ottuwu. Kas. Her
Illness wus caused by paralysis,
The funeral sei vices will lie held at St.
John's chinch oil Independence avenue ul
K'.'io o'clock this morning The burial will
be In Klmwoo.l cemetery.
In Ihe circuit clerk's olllce yesterday,
several tinnnle. w-liti linen 1,,-xtii itinirlt.,1 fm
years only to find nut that they have been
inlsiiiatcil. llleil proceedings for divorce,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. tatest U,S. Gov't Report
THE IWLIi'S RBNEPACTOR.
His New I'l'i'iini'dtion, "llnin
Wilier Mnlvi'i'." Hns Hi'oiiirlil,
Sunshine and llnppincss
Into Tlioitsiimls ol'
Largo Numbers of Lattors Aro Ro
ceived Dally From All Sec
tions of tho Country
Containing Gratotul Words From
Those Who Have Tried .las. S.
Kirk & Co-'s Latest
It Is a common saying in Kansas City
th.it Kirk's "Haiti Walrr Maker" has cap
tured the city. Theie Is no cornet- so ob
scure th.it Kirk's "Haiti Water Maker" is
not known. The popularity of this prepara
tion Is tegarded by inol people as phe
nomenal, considering the short time that
has elapsed since Its Introduction into
Kansas city. Hut when lis gieat merit and
value are considered, It dues tint seem so
strange In fact It Is but natural that it
sluuild have achieved the popularity that
The testimonials! which have frequently
appr-ircd In llils paper, from people ll
Ing right lu the eltj or Kansas Cliy, have
ployed conclusively that not one wor 1 has
been said III praise or Kilk's Haiti Water
Maker" which has not been substantiated
by prominent people whom you oil know.
A Nncrof Miapnnil What the People Want.
Stout's Domestic Laundry, located at
17th and Clieny streets, one or the largest
laundry establlshini ills in that section of
the city, after giving Kirk's "lt.un Water
Maker" a thorough trial, handed n te
porlcr the following letter:
May 7, ISM.
Jas. S. Kirk . Co.
I have tested your Haiti W.ilr Maker,
and it is my plcasiiie to stale that Ihe re
sult was most satisfactory It whitened
the clothes and made Ihetn soft and nice:
the llanhcls came out as iteeo as if they
hud never been washed, and I llud It a
great saver of so.lp
II Is something the pnple In this hard
water country have wanted r,n- a long
time and 1 predict ror It a great .success in
Kansas Cliy, at h.it
Very Trulv Yours.
STOl'T'S Iifl.MHSTIC LAI'NDHY
A Prominent -liilionsr Is rutluiHlastie
Otci- Haln Water Maker.
Mr. P. J. Held, driller in bonks mid sta
tionery, whose place ol business. s 701
Main street, was seen b .i reporter yes
tenhiy and said:
I became Intcicslid in' Kirk's H.iln Wn
lei Maker from what I had heard and
lead about II and dei ided in nh It a
trial. I am now prepand lo miv that for
bathing, clranslng dishis ,u:d washing
limns and ll.uinels II Is un .v lied.
It makes the hardesi v.-.itei son in
stantly. I have been using washing powders,
but Kilk's preparation s hit- superior to
an.v article I have heiclofoie used. I
recommend it as tile l -' preparation I
"Kirk's lililll Water Maker"
Will hold co'ors from running lu printed
goods. I'lannels and woolens washed In
water prcp.ited with this most valuable
jirepai.ition will positively not shrink II
breaks Hie hardest water instantly. I'm
the bath or toilet It is imllspi usable, mak
ing the water soft and vclv-fty, m eeler-
ating lb lion of soap, giving Hie skin
a lnal'.li.v glow and helping to remove
any sup.. tlunus excretions that may ad
here to the body.
I'or the dishes and general washing pur-po-es
it is very essential, as it saves both
labor a' d soap
The preparation Is not to be compound
ed with soap powder. ,a li contains no
snap, lyt . amuninla, borax, lime oi aiiv
deleterious Ingredients, l-'or sale liv nil
grocers. Pi Ice i'",c.
A. J. Dowd. Chicago, is at the dates.
II. li Hodge, C. S. Army, is at the
A. IS. Ilovd, Washington, Is at the
,1, It. Hums. Hartford, Is at the Coates,
I. D. Marstou, Kearney, Neb., Is at the
c. W. Ilaynes. New York, Is at the
II. M. Joy, lloston, Is at the Ooites.
M. J. Dorr, Worcester, Is at the Coates.
J. li Timing, -Minneapolis, is at the
W. L. Aloss, Philadelphia, Is at the
C. li Mooie, New York. Is at the Vic
toria. .1 M. Hopkins, Neodesha, .Mo., Is at the
lleorge T. (Jiinies, Chicago, Is at the
Thomas C. llruwii, ilumiliuii, Out,, is at
Monroe llalloway, Chicago, Is at the Vic
toria. It P. Humphrey, St. Louis, Is at the
L. T. Sheldon, Medulla, .Mo.. Is at the Vic
toria. Otis L. Atheitou. state tie.isuier; W C.
I'MwaiMs, secretary of state; C, A. l-'el-lows.
mayor of Topcku, and John .Seatnu,
member of the board of public woiks, were
Kansas visitors In the city yesterday.
W. ,1. Patterson, a Lawience, Kus at
torney, was lu the cliy yesterday.
i). M. Swopc and wife, of lleiinliiBton.
Kas., are at the New Albany.
David Neale, -'oit Calhoun, Neb., Is at
the New Albany.
J. II. Wessel, Waverly, Mo., Is at the
.1. It. ILuilson, Salina, Kas., Is at the
New Albany .
Thomas Householder, Clay Center, Kas.
Is at the New Albany.
-Mis. L. llulleiie. of Lawrence, Kas.. is
visiting Mrs. Major William Warner.
Internal Itevmue Agent and Inspei lor
Carson was III the city yesterday visit
ing Collector Withers. lie was aceom
panled by his private ganger. lie Is mak
ing the rounds of the district, to which
he was recently transfer led from St
CI. nk Mathis, of the .Midland hoi 1
leaves Saturday evening foi New York to
attend the National Hotel Men s nu'tiiti.---
congiessmaii itichard W IHu- of
I'leasaiitou, Kas., was in the cliy last
livening visiting his sou at The Washing
ton. It. M. Davis, piesldent of tic St. Jo
seph Hoard of Trade and manager of the
tdg Homing mills lu that city, was at th
Coates House yistcid.iy, lit was com
pleting arrangements fur the annual meti
lug of the S luthwestern Winter Wheal
Millers' Association here In June Ik is
the piesldent of the association.
Mr. John A. liiion, of Wlnlb lu, Kas..
was In the city yesterday.
Arrested for Mealing u llicyclc,
Yeslenlay afiunooti about I o'clock a
boy enlcied the i'i lilr.ll Cycle Company's
store, on .Ninth stieet. and Hlid to sell a
bicycle. The cleik hud just received a
minute description of a wheel stolen fiom
llumei Jndd. ut -"i llrooklyu avenue. Tins
day night and at once lecognlz d lu the
bicycle iilfertd by the boy the inls-lng
wheel Vli iilller was called mil the boy
placed under uric -I Al the police station
lie gave hi-, name ai Unit Pick.
I2ih nnd fVinln Sis.
as this one In
, V. AN
' j M-W Jit l
"i'-'v 7 , I
At 73c S
hns not its equal in Kansas
City. Just in by express
yesterday. To toll their real
worth alter ciuotins tho
price would seem exaggeration-
You'll see the bargain
quick enough. Thoy come
in soft Percales, in two
shades of blue stripes two
shades of pink stripes and
black and whits stripes-all
with white braid trimmed
collar and cull's, are perfect
in shape and fit and equal
in every way to any sold in m
any special sale at 75c. Our
price, beginning to-day and
whilo they last, at 73c
lic'tcr get our ntcs be
fore yon Ul your money qo.
Fac Simile of the Genuine.
The Purest nnd the Best.
Tin: ni:vr i Tin: i-iii:ai'i:.st.
Iluv llnlv ibi' (Hinilycur Hiibbei- Co.'s Old
"i .1-ily. "AI Stipenm." ISc per foot.
i :i-ply. "Kxtru Waiianted. 1.1c per foot.
1 :i-ilv. "lladKei." !- per foot.
"i 3-'lv, "ril.inditrd," 10c per foot.
Cotton, ! per fool.
,10 feet 'i ."-ply, "."ieuinlcss Tube," "Pa.
cllle" Hose ('aiiplluit. "tiem" Spray Xoi2le,
all complete, J.1 7.1
f.0 feel '1 U-ply. ' I'liimbcr's" Hose. Coup.
linns ami 110le, .innpl. te, $:'.7J.
I'l'l.l. I.INH OP llHKt.S.
LAWS' Si'lll.S'Ki.HR.S. UTC.
GOODYEAR RUBBER COMPANY,
T. .MII.I'OKI), -ManaKer.
1019 Main St, : . XX'L. ,
WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL.
Tho Jlr. Ilorvcy
Human Hand Truss.
Mf JUST IKE USING YOUR FINGERS-
VO'J KNOW HOW THAT ISI
For ncsotrtlTO Circular Addren
It, 1. l.llhll .1: f., SoiKilA.Vrmj.,
lUftllo liuil'liusi u.i.ta.vo sat, uvr.
I. Uf t 11 llioj.
onJ Hardware Co,
Rt: I'll US Kill CUVKTIMt UAHS.
GOLD MEDAL, Paris exposition, 1S39,
ND THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION AWARD.
THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS
CALES, new und 2d
Hand; Letter Pretei-, Trucks,
U PORDUN AriHIil-KCKCO..
Tl.tijjj0, SU3 Mulberry st,
TitfSTKirs HA tit:-Whereas. N.. hoi.n
T. Katon and .Mntnle Hntoi.. h's w-ifi by
then certain dfed of Hunt, dated t-'ehrtuiry
., I, lib. I rnorded In the oflb r of tho
re order of deeds ror Jackson count, stat
if Missouri, ai Kansas City, on February
&. 11. in book "II" .1W, nt pas ijl. ol,.
vr.ve, to thf unilcrlftni. iwvld II litticti
the follow Imr den rlbed real st,nr .itunte
in the .oilnty or Jiickon. Male .if Mis
souri, to-ivlt: Lot numbered one hundred
ii lid seventeen (HJi and lot niinibefd ot.e
iiiilidtTd and clRhtreii iimi. in ltos and
.sliatritt's .idditlnti to thp t'l'y of Knns.n
(now Kansas rityi. which sncl ded lf
tfil.t was nmde to secure the payment of
the bonds or notes in said denl of trust
leff rlbfil, loitrther with ihr luterent thr--oti,
and, vvhcteni", default has Iwen ntiidi
in the paymei.t of Mtn of the said bond
or notes iind th Interest thereon, nnl n't
he IIHlebtedlif s eetifrd by the mil deed
of trust ((vecptini: that part then of win -it
has been raid) Is Ion piist due and un
paid: now, therrfofr, nl the ruium' of tho
owners and holders of f.Hd due and nn
j aid bonds nr r.ntr s and Ititereft. notice i.s
lierebv Riven that I. Ihe tucb rsurtu d. tho
said IJavid II. Milieu. Ill piirnuinee of the
powers Veste, In m, iiv rnld deed of trut,
will, on Mntidav. the rtth dav of May, IM,
between Ihe bonti- of nln o'clm k III 'he
forenoon ahd live o'cloi k In the afternoon,
proceed lo sell ihe titoperty hrre:nln fore
und In raid deed of irtist des, rlbed, at
public vendue, to the (dullest bidder, for
ash, ,it up. south front 'loot of Hi. court
house, located between Missouri avenue,
oak. I.ocnm and fifth streets in KnnA
f'lly. In Ihe ccutity of Jiirkroin. 'tate of
Mi5ourl. belt.i; the fiont door or the build
inn In Ihe I'liy or Kansan (l.ow Kansas
t'llyi. Missouri, In which the ,ir-i:P court
or s.iiil Jncksnn countv Is In Id. to pay rflM
unpaid bonds or notes and inter, st. and
:he costs and evpeiiscs of exe.-ntinc thll
'rust. HAVIH II. KTTIUN. Trustee.
tutted Kansas i'liy. .Mo.. May 1. ?'.
Tltl'STIlirS SA 1. 1-!-Whereas. I'rl.la Mlirt
(11 widow;, by her certain deed of trust,
luted the 'Uh day of Jin v. 1!U. and record,
'd 011 the llth dav or Mav, l.i, In book It
IC at pane tsW, 111 the olllce or ttu- re order
or decls of Jai ksnn county. Missouri, .it
Kansas i'liy. , otivcyeil I., me. HeorB"
Kiilnpr. the undersiened 'liustee. the fo
Irtwlni! id scribed real estate, fiu.ite In the
county of Jaiksoii, In .he stat' of Mis
souri, to-wlt: l,ot numbered live t'o i- cpt-
IllK live t.-,l feet ,,T lioilh Side liter, if), III
block number Ihne 3. In ".M.iiee Place,'"
an addition lo ihe cliv of Kansas (now
Kali-as I'lty), In the county of Jackson,
and stale or Missouri 11s the same Is
m. nked and d.slumtlei. on th. rceurdrd
plat now on llle in the olllce or the re 'order
of dieds or said county, and -tale. In
trust, however, to (.e.-ure the pivaient or .1
cert. tin promlssoiy note In sail deed of
mist described : and. wheicas. defaiiil has
been made in the payment of sail promls
soiy note; now, therefore, at the request
or the len.il owner and holler or the said
note, public notice is hereby itlven thnt f
will. In accordance with the terms and
provisions or soul died or trust, and ny
virtue or the power In me vested thereby,
sell at public vefidne to the hUhesi bidder,
at the west door or the 1'nlted States cus
tom house, on the tniithf nst eomer uf t'th
mid Walnut .Heels, in Kansas Citv 111 the
county or Jackson, iiroroald. the real es
tate 1" relnle'fore and In said deed nr trust
1I1 H' rlbed. for cash, between the hours of
nine o'clock In the foieno.in an. I five
o'i lock in the afternoon, on Thursday, the
(Uh dav or June, iw,, ror the purpose of
paving said note mid the cost or executing
this tiut. IHMItRI-: Kf.MPl-'.
Hubert Adams, Attorney.
Till ST Kll'S SAl.li -A In reus. Gcorso
Henry M, chads, nml l.oui-c .Mi. hn-l.s. his
inn', bv their th -d of tmt. dated the
".1 day or ,M ireh. IS'3, and re, ji-.,l In thj
llli e uf ;!:e r-ioidii of deeds in Jackon
iiiiniy, Ml.. mi, it Kansas t'iiy. on the
first lice or May. 1KI In liock !i :Xt. nt imbh
:ii. dlil ennvev i.i ill- undeisf:nd irustee
the follow Iiik e.erlhetl real i-.'a'c. situ
ated In the countv of Jackson and state of
M''ourl. lo-w-t: Lot tiuinle rd two i.t.
in Dickson place, an a. id. lion 'o Kansas
i-ii', ,:i trn.t. to s lire the payment of
he'prom!s.-erv no'e. Pi .ild ! ! described,
wl'h lt-erct :i therein described, end nlsn
the i..vinent. as theiein I - ribod. of cer
ta'n .lit snd lines ,i therein et forth.
,i;.l wilt rent", defiult was made In the
puinen' of h" interest s therein de.
. r bed -j well n of h dues and tines afore
s 11 1 ror the per. 1 il or more than six months
nrier Ihe silil due. lines and interest be
anie due and payable, by te.isnn whereof,
limb r the piovlslcns of said deed of trust.
hi sibi note nas alo b"' 01110 due and
invible. and the same, tocether with snlil
.'iil-s lines and interest, remain due and
cnpa'id: now. theicfnre. at the reiptest of
hi lee.tl hold"' "f -011 note, and in ae.
c.l.-. 10 with t''e provisions of aid deed
,,('tr. '-t I, ns ii,d trustee will, n.i Jlon-
Irtv the 13th dnv of May. ISIS, b'tween th
- ',' of nine n" lock a. in and t"v. o'.lo. k
n ni nt the soulh front door of the .-oi.n'v
ii.m' house In Kiin-tis I'l'v Jackson
.iiniv Ml.fouM expo-e to -aii i, 1 'l
1., ! lilahest b. ldei, ror cash '-- .il-
p., 1 Mi.) teal -st vr rtt publl- .- n i le to
- . v th" deb: tifo-esaM an I "1 cos's
,-f .hi. .111st JAMKS P-'AM.M 1
WHKHKAS, J. 1.1. A. KIiib and 1 ..ilia K.
K'iik. his wire, hy their de'd td tiu-i dated
ih. -iith day of October lJAv and 1. ,r e,i
i.n Ihe .till! dnv of ilctobtr. is. ni li .! H
.'."l. .it IMS'' Ml nf Ihe recoid. nt It "."il
i.unlv, .Missouri, lonveycd In tin um ' t-
.l.,i.,.l li.tcM II I'.ttlcii Musi,, tM. :ol-
iowlnK described leal estate. y 11,
Int In the county of Jackson .ml
MI..-11111 i. to-wlt: Lots numb. id
at- I lu-
live C.5I ami twt-nty-slv, (.ill of Id.', k n un
her eleven HI), ut the resulVcV nl Pi 11 lb -tin
Heights, an addition to tin ! "f
Kansas. iiecorditiK " the n- "! id ,.!.it
tin nor. together with all ol th, ii.oi.iw-
nn nts therciintu ledoiiKltut. in !!
111 IllS lllClt'llllll' l"-t,.l,t,l'.S.. ,'l '1 ."I '
tue tile payment of a pilnclp.il i. i! . -t .to
liuiiil and co'ipons therein cc.ctil.. .. ant
v. In teas, in i.iiiii nas Hffii iii.iut ui !. ,,i
un nt of Ilie principal cum or mii.I I. nil and
int. ns-! Ibereon. and Ibc whole i- i s' .Jm.
and uuiiaid; now, therefore, pul, i. not o
Is hendiv itlven that I, Ii.ivid II Kill. 11 tin
trii.-tee named in mild .teed or tiu-t will u
aci lUdaucc Willi the linns an I pi.iv - .o a
of s..iid deed of trtl-t, at the u-ipn -i ol tlio
IcKiil liobb r and owner of h.iI.i I. ti ' i i i.
1 ed 10 sell the above i. scrlb. .1 property
at piddle vendue. In the liladiest bi i .r f .r
eni.li. at the rront tlnur or the tuiiutv -o .rt
house 111 II 1I.V ol' Independent , . in itm
comity or JueliMun, aforesaiil. .. i S.ii'irtuy,
Hie tiventy-lirili iluy of Xluy 1 -'" li-tw.- u
the hours of it 1 nt- o'clock In the I'ur.nion
iiii.l live o'clock lu the nfteinwin n that
day, for the put iose of p.iyini. .i. I debt
ami the cost nf xcciitlnu this tr.i-i
ll.SVIM II. K'l t III.S-. Trustee
I'M ward ". W rluht, Attoitiev.
TItl'STHU'S SAI.H Jly leimon oi de
laiilt in Hit' payment of the pinmi-it-uty
note and tile intciesl thereon, deiu-llii.il ii
the deed of trust, dated the liist day if
May. ISi, Klven by l,uus,i luiiikiif u
widow I. tiled for recoid In the ntlb of tlio
rcconler ol ileeils lor ,lacl.son county, at.
Katn-aH i'lty. .Missouri, on .Iniie lutli. v.n
ami theic recoidoil lu book It No W. at
pane 37. I will In tvvcen the hours nf nlno
o'clock In the foii'iioim and live oi lock in
the utteruoon. on l-'ilduy. the uisi day of
May, IW, at the cast door of the clrmlt
court house In the city ol' Kansas, nor
Kansas City (same IicIiik Ihe ensi front
tlooi of the county court house lnilldlin,
situaled lu the block bounded by Oak.
I.oi ust and l'lftli streets and Missouri avc.
line ami said couit bouse Inlnu the biilld
nm ' In ivhlcii the I'lreull court of said
countv Is held at Kani-af. city I. In .Iiuksou
county Mlssouil at the rcipiest nf the leital
bolder of said note. sell, at public am lion,
lo tin hiubesl libbbr. Im cash the folloiv
HiK described real property in Hie . ounlv of
.lucl. ami and Mute ol Miss., ml i.i wit
Lots numbeied llftceli Ui) and si,irei) il.ii
of Wllsun's Hiibdlvlsinii, us Die fume ,ip
piai upon Ihe plat of said subdlvislm
tiled in 111" olllce of Ihe recorder of dee H
ror Jiuksou i uuuty, .Mission i. at IvniisaK
City, tnr ilie put pose of suilslyliiK thu
dciil H'cuicd by said deed of mist, mid tin
costs of niifciitiiii. ibis tins!
PitAXCIS M. ITIHIASON, Trustee.
Colvlu Colvin. Atlorncys.
Tltl'STKH'.S SAI.H-Noilce is hereby
Klven lli.lt the iinleislBiicd. as trustee, will
sell at publli vendue to the blithest bid
der, for cash, op Saturday, the :.'.l!lt day of
May, IW. between the hours of a o'clock
a m. and 5 o'clock p. in., of that day, at
the cast fiout door uf the building (couit
house), in Independence, Jackson county,
Missouri. I" which the ilicult, court of said
i unntl is held, the follow mi; described
icil estate, situated in said county, viz.:
The southwest quarter of the southeast
ni. liter ot the southeast, and llle south II
neics of Ihe east half of the southeast
iiii.il hi or Hi" southeast ipiarier, all of
sei-uun -' township li. range -J. also the
nuilli 31 Si-luo acres ot the northeast quar
ter of the nuiiheum ipiJiter of section -j,
III lownsliip 17. ran ui H, by vllllie of the
authority; Klven him by a certain deed of
irusl. deled the lth day of June, liu.'.
and lecoitled mi llie .".'d day of June, iy2,
lu Hie lecoideis olllce ot said county Jt
IndcpMideiiee, In book ISt.'. al pay;. Su7.
vvheieby- l. A t'uiry nveyed sail teal
estate to the UUtlersiuned. as irusiee. In se
cuie the piyineiit of the bonds m aii
deed describetl, default bavins been made
lu the payment of said. bonds, and Ihe leual
bolder uf same liavliiK rriiucsled the under
signed to sell said real estate to pay said
bonds and the cost of execution the trust
DAVID 11 KTTIEN Trustee.
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