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i' , ra I l.v( M Ie4l (lib i 1 rf rir e. WW DI1J 5 KIM m mi or ffl at I K W Tnp'' ff'ilWMflwS&TWiri'- . ?3ft"5gfKWialBK5BiBB'Hflw fv.MRsWsr 2-T I POST OfFICE SETTLED. I'rcocnt Quarters Leased by the Gov ernment For the Coming Five Years. A lease- was recorded In tho county recorder's olllco lust Friday which settles tho locution of tho Iolti post olllco for tho next fho yoars. It wns mado by Wallace and. I. A. itoblnson, owners of tho building In which tho post olllco is now located, with tho post master general, for live yoars at an annual rental of MOO. Tho leaso requires tho owners to keep and maintain fixtures suitable for tho business of tho olllco as tho de mand grows. Should tho building burn tho rent stops immediately until new room is provided of equal con venience By giving three months notice tho governmont may end tho Iraso at any time it sees fit. And so tho location of tho olllco is settled again and the prospect of its being moved Is put olT until tho tlmo when perhaps it can occupy a gov ernment building, or adorn tho rouit house which beforo nnothor llvo yoars nill occupy part of tho space In tho pu Mil square To Prospect Salem For (Ins. Mr. .1. C. Noble, of Pennsylvania, who has been in Iola for some week 8 without buying muuh about his busi new, has mado a proposition to a numbor of Sulem township farmers which will be worth a gieat deal, not only to that neighborhood, but also to Iola If it is accepted. Mr. Noble says that if ho can secuic leases on a thousand uctes of land he will ulonco begin sinking wells to piospeet Coi gns und oil, and will continue tho woik until something Is found, or un til at least one well has been dilllcd on each tract leased to him. This is a very favorable proposi tion, and the KixhstkuI skirt to note that it will probably be accepted, as something like 800 acres have been al ready secured. Tho territory which Mr. Xoblo wishes to prospect is from set en to ten miles southeast of Iola. Some of the land already leased is o nly three miles from good gas wells. Mr. Noble, who has been in the gus business for twenty years, thinks It nearly certain that either gus or oil will be found nnd is anxious to begin the work. A clause in all tho leases provides that the gas shall not be piped outside Allen county, and Mr. Noble has said that his expectation was to pipe it to Iola If gas was found. Ono of the men most active In as sisting Mr. Noble to secaro these leases is Capt. C. P. Ives, of liahluil). Capt. Ives came to Allen county in 18117 und homosteuded the farm which he still owns in Salem township, and was for man years actively identllled with the politics, us well as with the fanning inteiests of Allen county . Ho was secretary of the old Allen county fair, nvwiy back in tho seventies, when it was held in tho old bridge shops, noV I,unou Works No. 1, and when A. W. Ilowlund was piosldcnt. Afterwards he went to Humboldt and worked in tho S. A. Drown lumber yard. Along about ls?o ho went to Baldwin and engaged In the lumber business on his own account and has lived thero ever slnco and has pros peied. Ho has never lost intetost In Allen county, however, and is lulling in the week heie now 'tr.ing to get something started." It Is ceitainl.v to be hoped ho will succeed. City Council Meeting. Tho city council met in tegular ses sion lust Thusday Tho minutes of tl o meotlng of Nov ember lfi. 21, and IiO weie upptoved as read. On motion bills weio ullowed as follows: A D l(0)cr, salurv ,M0W II Slmpel Mihry . to 00 V K Mcl'hcison, salary io 00 1 S Cuuulsn), salar) 40 00 TMCIicKiirv sahuj iooo I H HarrK salary 3300 MuClmo, Niilurj to OO A VI Kluipp Milan ... , ..MOO J W IlcCluro, wvlKlilimiock . .to If II Hi own, labor on streets ... 7 81 A J M tinner, lalim nn streets II SI TODennlson, libor on streets y C F Vint ton liilmron streets -jf, ltnj ItolliiK, teaming pir streets . ... 2i5 Mort Means, teamlin' on streets . s 2c A spick tuiunliiK onstieetK ... g'yl T J Itutledi'o, teaming on streets 1 su ( hus Listen, lalioi on streets 11 Ml 1'iiKcis toiinlni; iKl .1 I'l.iiMiion uuter ill Hie , ' 1 -jo A Wood ml, burolni,' don o A I. Taj lor. lumber (, (.2 I', I Swart lumlier , - 251 0"i N Shinier, stone liummiii. . , , 1 ( Lininn hie Co, renins , i 1 Iola t ement Co, custlutc m Soliell A. Jlaliil, liurtwiiio ,, c 75 I S itlttei, it i 11 1 1 11 w . ,, o jej I P. Patterson lamp supplies . 0 A Cowan, lent eiurtiio mom u oil W M Knapp, o.pensos . ,., n j vV II MeCluio, Topakn ox eno 7 70 Tiavls Morse, Topclin oxpeiisos , 770 The 1 opoi ts of tlio police judge, olty woighmustor, and city i-luik tor the month of November wuto roleried to tho auditing uommlttu. The reslgnutliin of .7. C. Collleld as ponco juugo 10 iui;o eiiect at once was I'oud and on motion was accepted and placed on lllo. V' '71"V7 . 1i "T.TIjT-'''v ' yjj WW"W ' " J( 1 r It was moved that Mr. Rood, the oloctrlo light engineer, bo Instructed to put four pin arms on tho light poles from tho plant, around tho sqnaioto tho city olllco. Carried. Moved that fourteen feet "Cutting Junior" mast arms bo used around tho sqttaro on tho olcotrlc poles. Tho council adjourned to meet Mon day December 10, at 7:30 p. 111. Cost of Oillce Seeking. Tho law icquircs till candidates for olllco to lllo with the county clork a sworn statement of the sums expended by them in pursuit of votes. This duty Is incumbent on everybody from picsident down to township road overseer, whether elected or defeated, and Friday wus tho last day allowed for such tiling. Possibly a majority of tho Allen county candidates have not mado such statements and some of thoso mado merely say that no money was spent. Of thoso who do recall a pain ful outlay, tho following aro instances: Cash Fdson spent $17.50 cents in liv ery hire, $5 on newspapers, $5 on ho tels, $7 on the Bryan club, to be olect- ed statu Senator and then dug up $."1 to the Western Union and $1 to a mes senger boy to get tho news that he had lost. S. J. Stewart, who won, spent $2 on the Central Committee In Allen county and $7.r0 In Woodson county. 1 M. Young, trustee, Cottugo Grovo $1.7). 12. II. Toboy, central committee i'2'i. John I'i tineis, County C. C. $-.1; In cidental $1.(1"). ' W. Ij. Dartcls. central coinndttoo $W. L. I. Horvllle. same. Oeotgo Amos spent !)7.0 to find out if ho wtis county attorney. h. II. Daggett, tl usteu Klin, ".": M. P. Jacob.,, same Iola, $"; Allen Dar rackman, same Humboldt, JW.fSO; D. K. Fronk, snine, Salem $"1. S. C. Bicttstcr scutteied "rSO among tho various appeals of tho central committee. J. I. Hobby of Moran, joined the MclCinley and Doosevelt club for i'i cents and let that do tho business. II. D. Smith spent 2o cents to join the MoKlnloy club at Moran and took chunccs on getting tho clerkship. John Goshorn won the county at torneyshlp by cleverly placing $i' with tlio central committee, $17.00 at Hitter's livery, $4 with tho Heeord, $(l with tho Friend, $1.00 with tho Dem ocrat and $2 in posture. Chas. F. Scott, dug deeper than any one. Hailroad faio cost CiS.oT. cam paign lltcratuio $20; county central commlttco $.V.fX); stuto central com mitteo $2.0. Total $.'181.0.i. J. I'. Stanloy, for treasurer of Osago risked 2." cents with Hitter for tho Pop ulist fund. George W. Fisher wanted to be lop lesentatlvo $17..'!7 woitli. George Noyes, of Humboldt, went after the constablcship to the tune of 10 cents for music and 2. cents for "company." J. II. Smith licked himsolf for the probate judgeship ior$7(l.r0. John Alleniang, tieasuicr of thoGas City Dry an chili, collected and spent $1.10 Miss llattle Ohnste.id spent in car fare .7(), on the Democrat $!).2 and on the fuMon central couimltteo $2.. Pratt Williamson, tteasuter of tlio fusion committee lecehed $1411. 1!) and spent $110.72. L. h. Northrup, tictisiu'sr of the ltepubliuun centralcommittee. icceived $101.7!) and spent $4,m..V. So it is pleasing to know that not 11 cigar nor a "drop" nor a bribe was used to win or lose, und that Is as it should be. Kansas Scores in New York. The good State and her product Is oncomoio lecelviug pr.iiso us told iu the State Journal thus: "Kansas Is leaping some well de served advertising in New York city this week. Tlio occasion for It is the meeting of tho woman suffragists of tho country. A display is made from ouch State In the union. Kansas occupies the central plueo with her exhibits of ores, wheat and salt. At tho conclusion of (in eight days' rally tho material in tho make-up of tho booths will bo sold at auction for tho benellt of chat lly . Tho Now York Join mil says: "Kan .as, tlio liberal-minded State, has sent two carloads of Hour and wheat to bo sold at the fair. Tlieto two 200 bairols of Hour and ."00 bushols of ! wheat. Otio hundred of the bushels of wheat is In sheaves and It will decor uto the Kansas booth. "Miss Helen Kliuber brings these things witli her fioni Topuku, with .100 pounds of Kansas butter. Kunsas hard wheat btoud. spiead witli Kansas butter, will be distributed in slicos to bollecrs in woman sullruw and to non-bol levers alike. "The booths of eneh Slate will re present its products. Maine will show Christmas trees and corgi eons; Kun stts will display wheat, suit ami otos oysters, teirapln and eauvasbaek ducks will bo found at the Miirviimd booth; California will exhibit he'rfam ous popplos, and New Yoikwill have a lino snow of autumn leavos." A cold, cough or in la grlppo can bo "nipped in the bud" u does or two of FoLiVV'.S Honkv and Taii. Dliwai o of iiibstitutos. Campbell Durroll. MRIOLA REGISTER FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 1000 aHllHM WMMWMWiaaMWWMWWMBMWnWWWWMWMMMMWMMWBWiiMMiiiWMWMMMMMBM W. 0. T. U. Column. Kvory member of our Union is ur ged nnd nil friends aro Invited to at tend tlio next regular meeting at tho M. K. Church, Friday, Dec. 14 at :i I), m. Ono has but to scan tho dally and weekly papers with a mind open to conviction, to seo how drink Is at tho foundation ofmost of tho crime, anar chy, political corruption and domostlo uiihapplncss. Not that till thoso people were drunk when thoso crlmos wero committed, but tho uso of liquor blunts tho moral sense, benumbs conscience, Inllames passion, pcrvortsjmanhood nnd curses womanhood. One reason for tho apathy in tho prcsonco of these upalllng ovils, Is tho fuct that tho masses of the people bellevo that they rlso not from tho na- turo of tho drink, but from tho weak ness of tho drinker. Dut tho twentieth century scientist has discovered that thoy havo their sourco in tho nature of tho drink, and while somo subject aro tnorosusoeptlblothanothcrs, either by natural or 'Inherited tendencies evils aro sure to follow tho uso of al coholics as night to'follow day. Dut wo find not only tho homo con tributing to the followers of the saloon but this so-called JChrlstlan nation recognizing tlio business of liquor sel ling as a legitimate business, and whether Hopublloans orDomoeruts uio In lower, it goesjright on, Wo llnd United States olliclals using their high position to fin thcr tho business, as United States consuls In foreign Ileitis urging the Introduction of American beer; tho Attorney G.ineral and Sccie tary of War combining for tho tiulll lllcatlou of tho anti-canteen law, at tho boasted instigation of tho blow ers; tho Secietary of tho Department of Agriculture recommending 'miners to niako their apples into cider and brandy, saying that" wo can easily manufactuie as good (?) wine and brandy hero us In fotelgn countries. Tlio Imperialism of the rum power silences both the Hopuhllcnn und Dem ocratic parlies In the discussion of national issues, but forces recognition and encouragement in tho prosecution of its deadly work among our own and foreign people. It demands nulllllcu lion of tho will of Congress and I promptly heeded by the houd of this great nation. Is It a wonder that tho W. C. T. U. battles against tho destroyersofhomes tho dospoller of foreign peoples who aro helpless, tho corrupter of men In high places and tho usurper of tho au thority of our highest legislative bod ies? Let us bravely opposo this king and tyrant and noverceaso our war of prayer und petition, of voico and pen, until ho is driven from soil consecrat ed by tho sacrifices of Washington, the blood of u Lincoln, tho heroism of a Grant. Our King of Kings, whoso we uro and whom we nro to serve, will yet bring to our aid torces which shall drive from our, loved land tho arch cni'iny to human progress, huninn hap piness and human success. From this we havo lcuined that tho only safe coursoils one of total absti nence. "Wo bind oursohes that others may be free." Union Signal. There is no inherent right in ti cltlon to sell Intoxicating liquor by retail; It is not a privilege of a citizen of a State, or of a citlen of the United States. As It Is a business attended with dunger to tho community, It may be entltoly prohibited. Tho Supremo Com t of the United States. The intoads ol liquor trallle 'nio no loss ulatniing among our own people than the Increasing hold it has taken In our recent ucquisition of foreign luuds. To our shame, the beer burrer and tho bottle have kept paco with tho Hag. Undor governmental piotection and oncourngetnent through tho nrmy canteen, our own soldiers aie Its prey and tho so-called child people aiosub juguted alike to tlio llag and to tho ruinous Inlluenco of America's worst foo tho over-prosent and iclentless liquorpower.-Mrs. Luellu MoWhister, Indiana. KnA nKr.u'iiioii, Piess Supt. Many huvo lost confidence and hope ns well as health, becaubothoythoughi their kidneys diseased was Incurable. Fou-.y'.s Khwj'V Cum: Is a positive euro for this discouraged and discon solate. Take no other. Canmhnll M Hun-ell. .Mimrii-o Winner's Iterilnl. Tho Kansas City Star contains tho following account of the violin recital given recently by Maurice Warner, tho six your old son of a formerly of Iola man, which his cousin, Miss Cora McDonald went up to hear: "Tho Academy of Music was lllled last night dining tlio lit st lecltal of Mtturleo A. J Warner, a talented pupil of Plot. Maciolinski, tho violin ist. 1 he boy 's perfoi munco full v jus tilled tho pi also bestowed upon h'lm bv Curl Dusch, who declared him to bo the most letnarkablo musical prodigy he over met. Master Warner Is (I year's old. lie Is small and tippiirenth frn glle. Mr. Maciolinski seeme 1 to con-tt-ol his pupil's every moveniont. Tho olfect was suggestive or "Trllbv " hen tho boy appeared on tlio stage ho waited straight up 10 his teacher ami placed his hand in that of the man. Twice Maeleltuski kissed the Ind and stroked his hair, and the lio played. Not for ono Instant did the instructor rcmovo his ons from those Of tllO Wll.-llko Hl'UI-o linrnm lilin 1 This process was lepouted durlngeacli apwyf'jwpBiiB of flvonutnbcrs on thoprogrammo and soveral encores. Tho best execution was in tlio Con certo No. 0 (first movement l liv llmli.. This is a long composition, and every iiuhj iiuu uecn commuted to memory by this 0-ycar-old boy. In tho cros cendo passages, whoro strength nnd expression and precision werodcniand- cu, 1110 uowing was remarkable. Tho tender cadence of portions of tho num ber wns marred by tho failure of tho accompanist totnko Into consideration tho fact that It was ti child and not jl man playing. W. J. Mun ay, baritone, nnd Miss Dorothy Lvlo, soprnno, and Prof. Maciolinski. violin, and J. Con- noway, 'cello, assisted. Miss Hanson was 1110 accompanist." An Old Resident Gone. Among tho old timers In loin thero is a pleasant remembrance of Ilonnle, tho family driving maio of tho Kvnns family. Well old Bonnlo passed away Sunday nftcrnoon at tho rlpo old ago of nearly tliirty years. It was In 1&18 that the family brought her mother to Iola. A Kentucky mare, handsome and proud spirited. Seven offspring were foaled by her, and Donnlo was tho last. Ono went to South Africa and others to eastern cities, but Bonnlo spent her life here. Sho stepped off tho ground which became tho flrst mull roulo Into Iola from the 1101 th. Tho family was naturally very much at tached to her and sho tcturncd the playful petting, being ns gentle us a lamb with Mrs. Kvans, although at times she chased tho boys out of the lot just for fun. Not fust, she stepped oir ten miles an hour with a steady anil peisistcnt gait. Sho was last driven on Thanksgiving day and gavo no hint of her Imminent death. Her teeth, worn to tho roots, pro vented masticating her food and colic, tho evil genius or babes and old horses, claimed her. Vnucil .Monument Erected. Tho HixiISTlUt some "time ago told or tho, arrangements mado with the Cement company by which itwashoped to have tho soldier monumontof Wllllo Vanetl erected In tho cemetery heio In such a manner as would Insitio Its lasting for years. The plan proved a success und the monument was set up Suturday. Tho baso Is or solid cem ent, neatly and handsomely moulded und in tlio sloplug east front of the monument thus formed tho marble slab is Imbedded. This slab was erected at tho grave In the Philippines by Vancll's comrades "and at the mother's wish It was shippedjhore, but on arrival was deemed to fragile to withstand the rigorous climate. Tho cement company laccopted tho work and has given ttho utmost pains and caro to finishing tho monument Is a pleasing form and it stands today as it will stand for many yoars to come, ono of tho striking and beautiful monuments of the Iola cemetery. The Strike In lulu. Tlio big striko on the Santa Fc, which owing to its great length and tlio numerousness of its employees Is ono of tho greatest labor agitations or the year, passes Iola without a rlpplo. Neither Mr. Turner, the day operator, nor Mr. Karl Ashbrook, tho night man, belong to the union and neither has left his desk. Satin day night Mr. Whlsenund, tho division superinten dent, stopped lieio and investigated. As a precaution ho cut tlio wlresubovo tho instruments so no adverse nows could bo pent out. Ho told Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar that they wetooxpected to takotlio work of thooperatois if they struck, but neither feels inclined to "scab" on tho men. There seems every prospect that theie will 10 no trouble, although a simple little ar rangement of circumstances might throw the wholo force out. The wlies wero re-connected here Monday and every thing is moving as if thtie wero no striko in existence. Police Judge Appointment. By tho resignation of pollco judgo J. C. Collleld thero ls 11 vacancy In tho city court which must bo lllled by appointment. Tho lnw puts this selec tion In tho hands of the mayor, sub ject to tho approval of tho c'lty conn ell, but restricts tlio selection to the Justices of the peace. So the olllco lies between justice Jacob Card and justice C. S. Potter. Botli of them aro reliable and experienced men In judl cuu duties and will conduct the itnairs of tho olllco with Integrity and equity to nil parties. Tho guess' lug is about (tliteo to one that Mr. Gard will bo appointed. Sidewalks in Cement. We. 1'vcryboily who has over mado tho pilgrimage out to tho Cement plant has been struck by thopeislstoncy with wnien tno iinui lias kept in tho road tho year around. By common agree ment tho company and employes haio remedied this evil, nearly hair a mile or sidowalk being laid Sunday . .The compiiny furnished tho lumber and the men did the work nnd now one can tread good plank walks all the way from town to tlio factory, a gumt con venience nnd help to tho tiled legs of the woiknion. Tho now walk stiotchus south fi 0111 tho Bruce giocery to ihe bildgo and then to tho fautory. An other walk will bo laid south to the Wadswofthhotol aud front there to the factory, thus giving access to all tho houses. Uso U. H. Patent FlourT " -- t HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. A Vm-lrtr "' Simnrrtlonn Iti-unnllnx JlntlfM of Ilvery-Dnj-Intrri-nt. The peanut Is valued for Its nour ishing propel ties, containing' as It does more nitrogenous matter tlinii ment or eggs, J'icuI fiom Its oil nnd ground, It Is used for biead. or with the oil becomes useful as a butter. Pecans, nlmomlH nnd walnuts ure used largely for confections-. Tor a pln,ln apple salad, for which the fruit Is now in perfection, a slight ly tart apple should be used; pule, slice a half doen and arrange In layers In n glass dish, sprinkling ench layer with powdcied sugar and a very little cinnamon until nil ure used Mnke a dressing- of six tnblopoonfu's of sherry, four of sugnr, nnd one of Muraschino. Stir the dressing till the nilgai is dissolved, then pour over the Hpples and set the dish In the Ice bo for hulf an hour befoie serving, sny the 1'ostou lltidgct. I'ew American cooks realize the value or caramel bin nt sugar, burnt flour or burnt onions ror meat and vegetable sauoes. Unison nu rou, which In plnln English Is fried floor. Is a DFcful adjunct In the stole nloset. It l simply mnde. Melt a quarter of n cimiul of butter In n saucepan, nnd stir into It a cupful of flour. When the two hue been thoroughly mixed. let it stand where It will cook slowly tl ft 1 II.. . t s , iiuu 11 i me coior 01 manog.iny. A little butter added to sugar cnrimcl inpn ves it. A lecturer on foods says that the amount of sugnr to be given to ehll dieu nnd the best fonn In which Io piovlde It are Impoitaut question of their diet. It Is admitted by food .Ulthoiltles of the day that sugar !s n food especially adnpted for children because of theii great ncthlty, and ppqortlniintcly greater need of ho.U nnd energy These same authorities agm that sugni should not be com bined with the stuple rood of tho child, Hint Is, put iu milk or sprinkled on cerculs but should lie famished In lumps of liome-miide candles The caution Is udded thnl the jieifeetly fanned cube sugnr Is less pure than the lough cubes, ami tin- Intter should be used for the ehlldieu's sweets. Soup lias n tendency to discolor marble. In cleaning marble statuary, the pieces should llisl be thoinuglily brushed nnd then wnshed iu a ueuk solution of h.vdiochloile acid. A cleaning fluid that Is a useful nd junct to the household supply closet is made ns follows: Dissolve one-half ounce or Cnstlle soap in one quart of sort wnter. nnd add to it one-hnlf ounce ot glycerin, two ounces of aqua ammonia nnd one-hnir ounce of spir its of wine. Applied with a sort sponge, tho fluid will remove spots on furniture nnd cat pets as well as on clothing. To make nn oyster omelet stew n doen oysters In their own liquor un til they are plump. Then remove, drain and cut them In two. Put into a frying pan two tnhlespoonfuls or the oyster liquor, a tennpoonful or butter nnd a sprinkle or .Hour. Cook ror tluee minutes und add the oysteis. Make a plain omelet, nnd when it Is ready to turn, pour the oyster inlt tuie oer It Told nnd serve. A new way of selling poHclied eggs Is to pour browned butter over slices of toast before placing the egg upon It. und sprinkling the whole with finely chopped pickle l.etnnn juice und milk well rubbed In make nn ccellent polish for hi own shoes. Afterwnid nib with a soft duster. Stnlns innv be remoied by rubbing with melln luted spirit. Pol ish afterwnid either with the lemon Julie and milk or with the fnlluultig erenm: One ounce ir muriatic acid, hnir .111 ounce of nliim, liulf nn mince oT pirlt or lnvender. half an ounce of gum arable and half an ounce of skim milk. A salad made of nasturtium bins soms Is n pleasant nccnmii.inlinent tor meats or flsh. or U desired mny be served as n sepniate course, with ehese straws or cheesed ermkeis. To make It. 111b the salmi bowl with n slice or onion and till It with the iloweis which hnvc been picked with l-nthei long stems Coier with a French dressing nnd gntnlsh with the flowers and young leaies. Crt-nmed )tcr, I'liiln. 1'rociile one quint of medium-sized oysters, remove the oysters with n foil, fiom their liquor and put them In a Mincepau, strain the liquor ovei them, and place over Hie fliej when nenily boiling lemove at once and dialu them. Melt one tnblcHponnfir butter, add one tablehiioonful flour . t 1 1 ... , . i-i n iiuu iiiiiix 11 icvv niiiiiiies; mid out und a half cup- or 1ml milk, stir nnd cook to a smooth sauce; season vvltli half tcaspoonful salt ami a pinch ol pcppei, nun uit oysteis, stir gently met the Hie till in inly boiling, tliei serve aver sl slices or toast, Hull f.viter liquor and hnir milk may nisi be liikcn,-l.ulgi r Moiuhlj, Tried iIiiI!Iiih. Mi, together 0110 lenspoiiuriil ol baking powdei one HiilUpoonful ol salt, two cupfiits of (loin, one egg beaten light with onc-qiiiirfor euprii or sugar. thri'F-quiirtei-k cupful 01 ml.k, nnd lltiiii- to make a tlfy bat tor, l)i op bv the spoonful Into lint fat and fly to a golden bum 11, keep ing'llicin turning constantly I'licsi tut cm client iiuidc without sugni nun sen 11I with hot imiple simp. -Huston Hililget I'lnlslii'il lii Our ClmpiiT, Mr. I,iu kcr I'vciise me, llss Snip per, but I have lout'' sought this op port unity M'ss Snapper Never mind the pie amble, Mr, Linker, Hun along In uiid Lsk pa. lie's been expecting I Ills would come for the past two yea-j -Tit-lilts. 0 ' LEGAL NOTICES (First Published Dec. 7 won.) KKCMVEU'SSALK. Statu ok Kansas i m Ootinlv of Allen t In tho District Court Seventh Judicial I)ls- Ir the matter of IJ W Itohliison receiver or the Iola MinufnctiirluutJimiimnv notice Putsuant to tho order luulc liv the district ,'."'.V.,f A lcn c" Kansas dated November 10 1'iw urdcrlnit'iiml decreeing that 1: VV Itoblnson us iccelver of tho loli Manuraetur ln ( omuiny sell at public auction the proper ty nnil assets or the said Iola Vlnnjracturlnir !."mJ"!!lv. ." corporation now In the hinds or I. W Itoblnson ns receiver which property consists or live ueies of land described n roiiows I'He acres In tho southwest corner or the south-west quarter or section Twcntv-lliu U1). township Twcnty-four (21). ramie 1'liihtcen (IS). cninmcncInK ill tho soil thw est corner or said quarter 'thence north 770 feet, theneo east 330 feet, thence south to tho south lino or said section 21 thence west to tho place of bcKlnnlm?' except tho rlidit or way or the It It To . across said land, to ucthcr with a kus rranchlso belonKlnit to said corporation, niso the bulldlnxs situated on the abovo described real estate, with the ma chinery or every kind und description con ta ned in nnd about said premises belonging to said corporation. Said property to be offered ror sale being nil the property in the hands of the receiver belonBlnn to the Iola Mnnuractur Inir Compuny. And It wus further nrdcicd that tho notice or h-ild sale should be published in some paper published ln,the city of Iola. Kans is ror a per iod or thrco weeks, und that said salo shall be ror cash to tho hlKhest bidder. NOW. therefore. I. V.. W. llnhlnu.n rnnl of said coriMirntion Hive notice that tho ulsivo described premises anil property both real utul in-.wi.i nniiiu MM,, in puoue auction at ino west door of tlin miiln luitiaim. Li.,n.i , ... alioi o described premlscsln Iola, Allen county. 11U11-.US on ui-ccmncr .- 1'joo nt two o'clock. P. m on that d ij- to the hlnhcst bidder there fore for cash I l: W Itoiu.ssoN ttccelvcr. (first published Nov US, 10C0.) Slii'i'iirs Sale. Statu or ICaxsis, I Aims Iiiimj,)1 .J".UlJ,..,"1'',F,pt ('"1" ''evcnih Judicial dis trict sitting in and for Allen county, state or Kunsas Man 1: Northrup. f A Northrup,! I. I. Northrup and D P Northrup. p irtners dolnir business under tho 1 llrm name and stjlo or Northrups-1 II ink, piuintirr vs ' -',NJ..v,.ll"'evc'er M"rV C Vundevccr, I t lialmcr V.indcieer Vandc- veer, his wife, and John Doe, real 11 lino unknown, Defend Hits III virtue of an orilei of s lie Issued by the clerk of t be seventh Judicial district court, in und fur Allen county, siato of Kansas, In tho above entitled cause, and tome dliectcdund delivered, I will on MmuHij, December 17th, A I) inm, at one o'clock 11 in of said day, at the front door of Hie court house in the clt or Iola, Allen count), sate or Kansas, oner for side nnd sell to the hluhcst blddcrl tor cash In hand, tho follow inir described real estate, to-wlt The cast half (',) or the south west quarter (') or section twenty-three (21). township twcnt)-thice (il), range twenty IM) in Allen county, Kansas, s ild lands and tene ments will bo sold without nppralseracut to satisfy s ild order of sale II IIoiiaht, t,. ... ., h'ic"t Allen county, Kansas. Sheriff 's olllco, Iola, Kansas, ?ov. IV. l'joo. I'Wl'U,' faaviiKe Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Klist published December" 1900 Sheriff's Sale .STATbor Kansas) . Ann L-ountt. (vs . iIn. "?. '"strict Court. Seventh Judicial Dis trict, slttltiK In and for Allen county, State or VI. A Moore, Plaintiff. Oconto H. IVVVatcrs, r.l7lo S. IK Waters. . VI. II. Holrmnii and The Aitmi HuIIiIIiik &. Ixmii Associa tion. Defendants, lly virtue of 1111 nnlcrof sulo Issued by tlm Clerk or the Steiitli Judicial District Court. In nnd Mr All; 11 county, stum or Kansas, In tlioalsive entitled cause, and to mo directed -t'l!1 v'-'n''";.1 ".'" " Hominy. Jantmrv .th. A. I ,1901. ill one o'clock p in, of said da), at the rrpnt door or the court house in the city of loin, Allen county, state or Kan siis, oiler ror sale and sell 10 the hlchest Iddiler. for cash Iu hand, the follow ItiKde--.crlUd led estate, to-wlt: Lot number nineteen I19 in block number ono II of Tho Kniisis Property Imnnivi ment C'ompiny-s suli-dlvlslon of lot "L- of Houghton's sub division of the south-east nunrler f'H or sictiou iiumbiT twent)-sl .o. township ivyentj-rmii IJll south of iniiite numlH-r elKlili 1 11 118. In Inii an addition of out-lots to the city of tola, Allen count). Kuiisis. Rild lands und teiieim uts will bo sold without iiiir.iisi nn in in sansiy sain onlcr of sale. II HolHllT. 1 1... ..a-illTof Allen Coiiiitv, Ivunsas. xlieiin sollhe, lulu. Kim, is. Die fi. l'JW A II Cauiplieli Attorne) tor I'lalutlir 1'iibllcutiou Notice. (first Published Nov M), 1900) tvti-'iif Kansas, i An is CotfNrv, i"-" In the District Court for Mild Countv Mrs I.ottle A Hluuilos Plaintiff 1 Mi; Ihiehei. Marv Thachcr I ' ",6VM I'merv.l W. Hurt N 11 Ulan ton Washburn .1 Kldred (a 1 partnership), renllnund llcr nard John ICcnehllcld, s s. Dli-klnsim und the heirs of 1 vVIIIUiu Stew. in deccused defeudunls Said defendants Washbiiin Kldred (a. p.iittiershlp).lohii Keiiehllcld, ferdlnund Iler naiil and the heirs of William Stewart Deed, will take notice that they have been sued Iu Jhenbove named Court for tho purposo or hav Im; a dcni-eo entered quieting title in thn name of this j)lulntlff to lots 3, I, A und A In block No 111 In the city of Humboldt In said countv, und must answer the petition tiled therein by pliintllTonor bcrme tho eleventh davof Januurj 1901. orsald petition will lie taken as true and Judgment for plaintiff in said action quletlnir tltlo to the propcity abovu described, and In the attachment therein Kranted. will bo icndcrcd accordantly (L. S.) Attest ir. m Milieu. , , Clerkof Said Court. 1' S. Siovm, Attorney forHjalntllT. Notico ol'Api)uii)tiuent Administrator (first published Nov 30, 10O1 ) SurKor Kvnsas, i Allen Countv iM oy 1110 rionato court of Allen countv. Kan sas, duly appointed and qualllled asAdmlnN tiutilv of tho estate of Hcnij C Honors, late of Allen countv. deceased VII parties Inter ested In said estate will take notice and kov ern tliemsclvesaceoidlnitly Hum I' Hihikus Adinlnlstintrir cj? ."!?iM f ni&T-'i - mm - LwM: C. A.JAPHET VETERINARY SUGEON AND DENTIST THIRTY YEARS SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCE 1 ijrt'FS Iioisch' teeth, mill tieat ull injuiius and discuses. OrDCE AT THE DAVIB LIVFRY DAffM SOUTH OF PQUAE TELEPHONE NO. tOI nl '4 JV ft-i. ,'L. mtr.