THE IOLA. REGISTER FRIDAY JOLT 2(5,1901
I.EH Cunningham, Correspondent
July 20. G V .Sojmour lias been
dangerously 1)1 but Is somewhat better.
Dr Hlndmun Ih tlio attending physi
cian. Ruth Wrotllng from I'leiie, Okla.,
is visiting Mr Woodurd's and Jothcr
friends hero. As Uuth formerly lled
hero sho has many friends who are de
lighted to boo her.
Mr Lindsay threshed his ilax last
Nina Rowers of Chanuto Is visiting
Jennio Hamilton this week.
Lutlo Doytr of Maplo Grovo Is stay
ing with Mrs Seymour during Mr
Seymour's severe illness.
Dot Chapman of Chauuto spent this
week ultli Lola Cunningham.
Charley Hamilton who has been en
gaged in business In Chanuto and
other places during tho summer has
Tho "blues" is tho most common
disease of todu.
Mr Klmmerer of Humboldt was In
our vicinity on business last Friday.
Tho party at Hamilton?' was attend
ed by about twcnty-Ilvo who were seiz
ed to ico cream and cake. Thoso who
camo from a distanco were Dupont
Sicklj, MlssosRllluKaglound Uertha
Slokly, from near La Hurpo, Messrs.
Oscar and Albert Drown, Charley and
John Funk, Clair Kerr, Misses Mar
garet Funk, Bulah Kohler and Mrs
Foster Funk from Golden Valley;
Messrs Vivian Wood, Dave Alderman
Misses Georgia and Rachel Gardner,
Graco and Dot! Wood, Carrie Alder
man and Lizzie Umphroy of Old IIls
raoro; Messrs Lrnost McCormack and
sister, Lrncst Smith and sister, Misses
Winnlo Hamilton and Lille Mcsslnger
of Moran; Carl Peterson from Savon
burg, Mr Johnson from Klsmoro and
Misses Dot Chapman and Nina Row
ers of Chanuto.
DISTRICT No. 38.
Maiiv Mooue, Correspondent.
Mrs F N Mooio and daughters Ma
rio and Fannie visited at O .1 Nelson's
A number of people from this
neighborhood attended widow Fowler's
salo last Thursdaj.
Stella and Ruth Mooie, Olga and
Emma Thompson, and Wllllo and
Nollio Huss took dinner with Alma
Wecdin it Doing her fifteenth bltthdaj
Thoso on tho sick list this, weuk aio
Miniv Campbell, Frank Gibson and
L W Mooro and wlfo and Mrs Sallio
Campbell visited at F N Mooro's last
Marion Nelson Is usslsting his
brother Olof this weok with his work.
Mina Campbell will go to Colorado
next weok for tho bonellt of her health.
A H Wisborg is cutting Max for Mr
I'liiNK Jackson, Correspondent.
July 10 Anderson & Findloy
shipped ono hundred and twonty-llvo
bead of fat cattlo to Chicago Monday
A B Mull shipped his sheep to Kan
sus City lust week.
Ora Montgomery hud his threshing
machine in this part. Flax is making
six to olght bushels to tho acru so
Haying Is at full blast at piosent.
It Is hatdly half a ctop.
Bessio Kaitlej and brother Jesso
of Chandler, Oregon, ure visiting at
their uncle's, Tom Wilson.
Mr and Mrs Woodford from Annap
olis, Minnesota, ate visiting at Jim
Tho little Sprlngston boy ran a nail
through his foot.
William Wilbur andwlfoof Albanj,
Now York, wero visiting at Thomas
Wilbur's and Mrs. Georgo Buxton's.
Thoy hud not seen each other for
rA B Mull moed a small houso from
tho Bock Creek farm to tho homo
' place on Deer Creek for his mother to
This week's items.
July 22 Mr Bcaclmmp from Gas
City has bought Jako Hope's crop and
tookipossesslon the llcs,tof,thoweuk. Mr
Hope moved back to Mr Francises'
vthoro ho formerly worked.
Goorgo Bear has been working for
A lady from Iowa, a nleco of Mr
Ruby's is visiting them.
Frank Dolp lias treated himself to u
Quito u number huvesold their stock
on account of u shoitugo of pasture
Mr and Mrs Jones of Oonner
Springs are visiting tho family of II
I II Jones,
A H Mull sold twenty dollars worth
of plumbs last week,
Quito a number of young men from
the country and town gathered at a
Micant house on Rock creek Sunday
and spent tho day having what thoy
tailed a rip, i oaring good tlmo.
riiney oougnt a neg oi someuiing to
ladiink and It was a very hot day and
Is - Lg Tauino ui uiuiji uruiiK- uiuru wiuii iiic
$'w i at0 an$ K't very sick and wero laid
-. .. ... II1 1... .1 Tl.. t. I
usiuo tor awnuo out may tiiim't ininu
t nat as It made mor fun for tho res'.
Uarnost Mull returned from western
Mrs Hayworth's cow got wound up
in her lailat ropo tho other day and
tli-owed hersolf and broke her neck.
It was her only cow.
SOUTH MAPLE GROVE AND CEN
Oeonas M. Lvsti, Correspondent.
July 22 Mrs Jennio Cady and two
littlo children of Plcasanton, Kansas
wero visiting relatives and friends in
this vicinity last week.
Mrs Dollo DyerofOsawatoraio, Kan
sas Is visiting her sister Mrs O II
Lash at present.
Mrs Maxwell and Graco of Mo
run visited at Kd Maxwell's Satur
day and Sunday.
l'lttil Bursun who has boon staying
.with his brother LMfor somo tlmo wont
to Kansas City last Friday.
Robert Bluhn of SanFranciscoCall
lornla, Is hcto visiting his parents.
Saturday evening Miss Campbell o'
New Scotland very pleasuntly enter
tained a number of her old Cpiitr.il
Avoiuio pupils at her home. Vurlous
games wero plujod ufter which re
freshments wero sered. At a lato
hour wo depaitcdthankingour hostess
for tho pleasant ovenlng.
Rov Lincoln Kills of Pittsburg and
his sister Miss Mjrtlo Bills of Wash
ington. D C, aro visiting their sister
Mrs J W Stovens, at present.
Preaching services at Jeddo Sunday
evening. Lvorybody welcome
D. T. Smith, Correspondent.
July 23. A nice littlo showor this
afternoon. Tho first for almost II vo
Llojd Koont and Amos (Dolp re
turned from tho whoat Holds being tho
last of tho P. V. boys to loturn, but
David and Mllford Smart who hao
gono on tho opening.
Henry Cox of Greenwood county
Is visiting his parents this weok.
Ransom Burton is quite, sick. Ho
has been unwell all spring but was
taken to his bed a week or so ago.
Tho doctors pronounco Itconsumptlon.
Miss Kolth a nleco of Mrs La lo
gout's lsited her last week.
Mai tin Schneider has rented the
plaeo vacated by Dr. Martin but per
haps will not movo thoro until full.
Jul 22. Tho weather still continues
to be dry.
Mrs Largent's aunt and undo fiom
Albaii, Now Yoik, woro visiting lior
w 50k bofoio last. They wero looking
quite well and lepoit a pleasant trip.
Geo Ruxton and wlfo wpio In our
Henry Cox arrived hero Sunday oo
Ho is tr lug to get a school.
JohnAdanis and wife visited homo
Mr Shlnklo's havo good news to tell.
A boy at their house.
Misses Bessie, Bintly and Master
Geno I'litloy of Chandlor, Oklahoma,
have been visiting Largcnts, Wilburs
and Kuxton's for tho pastthreo weeks.
Thoy returned homo Monday evening.
John Adams left Monday night for
tho new land opening, and expects to
bo gono four weeks.
Ida Smart is visiting hor sister Mrs
John Adams this week.
Geo Buxis was in our neighborhood
R W Burton Is quite 111. Wo aro in
hopes of his recovery.
Oss Renjaroon is back In our neigh
Soveral of tho young peoplo of
Pleasant Valley gatheicd at Largent's
Sunday ovo. They weio engaged in
ha Ing a good time. Tho number con
sisted of nbout .'!(! girls and boys.
Mrs II I. Hussctt, Coi respondent,
July 22. W T Strong is suffering
0 M Richards was in town tho llrst
of last week tuning pianos and organs.
Dr Jewell was sick tho first of tho
weok but was better soon.
The steel gang on tho M K it T R R
aro now making their houdquurters In
Moran . bevonty-llvo of them aio
P.T McGlushan went over to lola
last week Thursday. Ho was accom
panied by his nleco Qcssio Hichurds,
who had been visiting lelatlves here a
Rov G IJ Mohl IsonjoJIng a three
weeks vacation, given hlni by his
Tho funeral of the youngest child of
D Doivraan was held last Sabbath
morning. Rev G B Mohl having
churgo of tho sorvlco.
Tho youngest daughter of A tt Cul
bortgon broke her arm last Monday.
Dr Jewell reduced tho fracture and tho
littlo girl is doing woll,
C. V. lliUTH, Correspondent.
July 22 Many an oyo has been
watohlngtho sky and many a heart
hoping for that long looked for rain
hut all In vain,
Greeloy Rlnghart threshed for New
man Crowoll and Mr Sherrilt threshed
for Mossrs Funkoll and Goo Bartli.
Mr Murphy and family, of lola woro
calling at Mr Burnetts Sunday.
Barnoy Adams, of lola, visited ai
Chus Funkolls this week.
Farmers aro busy patting up dry
grass and calling It hay,
Mns. T. V. Jones, Correspondent
July 23 -Tho all absorbing question
with our formers Is, What shall wo do
for feed and water for our dumb ani
mals If this drouth continues? and
almost to a man, are they lying awako
nights, In a vffln clTort to solvo this,
to them mightier question than the
race problem of tho south, or tho
strikes of tho cast. No question has
over eomo before tho present genera
tion of tho tillers of tho Boll, which
seemed hedged in on evey sldo so
completely as this. If any one knows
whoro any kind of roughness can be
procured thoy would confer a favor
upon tho farmers of this part of Kan
sas by letting tho place bo known to
tho general public. The most san
guine havo given up all hopo of oven
tho lato corn making anything but a
poor urtlclo of fodder.
Butwiththlscalamltyfuclng our peo
ple, wo havo still much for which to bo
thankful, for never havo wo as a com
munity, had better health. While all
aro feeling tho etlccts of tho extreme
heat wo havo no serious illness In our
Mrs BlvuVand Mrs Sib Sprague aro
entertaining their tlueo sisters, Miss
Mrt!o Harper, of Kmporla, Miss
Bertha Hu.-per of Greenwood county,
Kansas and Mrs Ada Hammll, of
Texus, tho lutter accompanied by her
two littlo sons.
Miss Agnes Scott Is down fiom
Dougiuss county for an indcllnlto
visit with her brother Arthur and
Rov and Mrs Sam Jones, father and
mother of II. H. Jones are hero from
Bonner Springs, visiting thoir son
and friends, and they spent a few
hours Saturday wlth"VeScrlbe."
Mrs Oscar Gick, of Pasadena, Cul.,
and Miss Josephine Wirt, of Harrl
sonvlllc, Missouri aro the guest of
their aunt, Mrs. J. S. Burford.
Mrs H II Jones is tho possessor of
olght hundred young fowls. Woll!
she has, all unasked, our sincere sym
pathy this hot weather.
Karl Vlckcrs, cut his great too so
badly that tho doctor thought it would
hae to bo token olT, but it Is better at
W. 8. Lttix. Correspondent.
last wi:i:kV mats.
Jul 2.1. Wo haven't written for tho
last tin eo weeks thinking it would
.suioly rain sowo wouldtnot havo touso
tho common exclamation now a das
"Is'nt ttterrlbl dr ?" Tho count
commissioners had better havo tho
houso on the county poor faun en
larged. Georgo Davis shipped his cattlo last
week and lost over sovon bundled dol
lars. That Is what tho dr weather Is
doing for tho fanners.
Mr Palmer ships his cattle and hogs
Frank Pettlt is back from tho wheat
Holds. Ho says whllo they pay good
wages thoy want a man to do two men's
Judge Knox has put a gasoline en
gine in his deep watorwell as tho wind
don't blow enough to bring up tho
water with his wind mill.
Tho farmers are about through
threshing tlax down this way. The
average ylold is about three bushels
to tho acre.
per cent Interest,
Five per cent Interest, reasonablo
commission. Call or write I. H. Kus
beer lola, Kansas.
IJ. Keitiilet, Correspondent.
July 23. (Light shower .vesturday
but not enough to do much good.
Lillie Llum got her fuco poisoned b
p)aing in tho timber a fow du.vs ago.
Charlo Rhob.ick of Ft Scott Is vis
iting relatives here this wnk.
Will and Alice Mui'i hv i.ttonded
church at Plqua Sundii.
Mr Kldridgo found pasture veiy
lilgli In Greenwood count. Ho camo
homo and sold his cattle.
Mrs DrHull, Mrs Heath and Mrs
Kelthloy visited Mrs Frank Parks last
Mr Jackson is helping Caldwoll
nmmaCornoll is with her sister Car
' For Salo or Trade.
Mrs. Burth four miles southeast of
lola has somo cows and heifers for
salo. Call at onco.
Mrs. It. Wcngel Correspondent
July 22 Wo woro perfectly do-
lighted to get such a nice rain this
afternoon. Tls hotter lato than never.
Mr II II Jones' parents aro down
from noar Kansas City visiting their
childton and old friends.
Mr Tom Anderson sold two cows
and two calves for qulto a fancy prlco
($.100) to tho Stato Agricultural So
ciety a fow days ago.
Mrs Jesslo Lust Is now ahlo to bo
up and around after such a slcgo with
the" dreaded dlseaso rhoumatlsm.
Mr II Riley lostono of his flno black
horsos last week.
Wo undorstund that Mr Lookhart
has sold his farm.
Mr Jesslo Lust had a lino steer to
die last weok.
I'm afraid tho fruit display at the
fair this fall will bo very poor.
( Continued on page 12)
First published July 20 1001.
County clerks quarterly stntcment of
claims audited andnllowtd for quarter ending
June 30, 1901
InoRlttor to livery for Insane t HO
K(l Hough to drawing Jury 200
L, it prong, to uaiancc ov.cs.Huur anient
CH Potter to drawing Jury
r, Hardcsty to one wolf sculp ,
liimcs Mills to Ixiurdlng old soldiers
O (. unFossen to ono wolf sculp
Sain'l Dortsworth Hook Co. to ulnnk
J II Duller to bread for quarantined .. .
C F l'mngro to nrrest of .Ino Marlon
M Shumard to merchandise for pauper
Win L'unnlnithuni S. Son to lumber for
l'eto Happ to merchandise for p uipcrs
A Wedln to do do do
V J 1'lckell to load of cobs for nauncr
.Ino FWic to meal for pour
Jno lloyd to core of piupcr
Unas I, luuiTto nouso rem lor piupcr
Humboldt (las Co, tojras furnished,
l)r.I T I'ljnn to amput.itlon
Itufus Anderson lo bourdlnK paupers
It It llochr.in to merchandise for pauper
Thus McUamion to do do do
.1 M () llrlcn do do
VV I' Mctlronr to meal do
C J Itislllcld to merchandise do
A Ilarrackm.in lo libor on
Jno Wll-oii to rent for pauper
It II Miller to wood for piupcr
I, S Sheer to rent do do . . .
1, s Sheer to labor on county bridge
A llirruc''in.in to overseeing poor
II ltobcnsliln to inectlnK I-'iju illhit?
J FWIIIoukIiIiV to burial of old soldier .37 2 "i
t brls Hitler lo puiiiisiiinii election notice
anil Job printing
TMel'.froy 10 prlnllnn election notice
and Job prlntluir
Craned to to lcxal blanks
Kluno .V, Sou to niedh me foi p lupvr
VV in Shcncmon to four vwilf scalps
( has Johnson to one do do
J smith tocx-fuials iHiunt) treasuicr s
II II faimliiir to can? of piupcr
FMount to asscsslnit UottttKe tlroc 10VOO
.1 M Preston tii assessing Iol.i townshlii ins no
() U I.nvcr to ten widf scalps . loco
VV II ijjiiiiH'tu to ittKinu piupers lopoor
farm . . 3W
A Uair.icltm m to balance for nsscsslnif
Iliiiiiboldt tounshli) . 12I0O
Oiorifo llhoadslo live cojolo scalps , ftuo
II Campbell lo ovcrsccinit poor iuiii
O U hevmour to cleinlm; vault and
rimer Coffey to live wolf sculps,
VV F Phillips to clcuiilnif closet ut pest
house . .
J I Credit to two wolf senilis
T M Ilartils to merchandise for poor
C II Hamilton to holding county school
ex liiilniitlou .... .
(ir.int Illllbe lo salary and examining
count) HChool cxmmi . .
A W Heck to chairs for court houso
II 1) Itamsej to holdlwr county school
C W Cllnc to lioldlm; county school ex.
It Itobenstcln to iikmssinif l)ecr Crick
township . .
A II Newton to holding county school
A II Newton lo holding county school
(ico V Stephenson to inereh it.dlsc for
Monitor 1'rliilliiK Co " blanks and cn-
(Juceno .V, Co to supplies for county sur-
A T. VV rfulit to .issessliiu tola Cltl .
.1 P Decker lo punucaiioii special elec
tion CAItcjnolds to mihllualtou. of special
VV VV 1'renclillo publioalUm of spoclal
olecllon . . .
A I) luiil ill to olio wulf sc lip
t (' Thomas to Job printing anil pub
llshlim nolle o of special election
Il.iminon llins A. siophers to supplies
for the county superintendent s
Ituchanun A. VV IIIIiH' son to kcjs
1 icsl (.icon to ho.dllDf county
sum I Dodsworth Hook Co to
Clnillc Wnivtosls wolf scalps .
I C llho ids to four do do
VV'MUl Shlpp lo transiKinatlon
Hilt Warren lo holdlni! count school
shetman Krrwood to ono wolf sc lip
Huberts A. Harris lo labor ami milcrlal
U VI I.civltl toassessliiBtienov.i town
Jos L Miclhnan to services avsocl uc
Win V orks to usseslnir Log in tow nshlp
M 1) Plnckncv to 1 iIhji at court house
l! A I ronk to fees under Australian
election law for ears 1898, 1839 and
UHX) .. 2.11 av
lola 1) ill Itccord to Job prlntlni; 41 "A
J P Decker to meruh iniliso for piupcr 0 III
Mrs C C Thomas to hervlces ussoclatc
county examination . 12 00
A r.milo tolliery for Insane person ... 3 00
Olive Knowltonto holding county school
Willie Perean to one wolf scalp . 1 00
I. S Mlnekley lo holdlni; count school
exuinlnallon . .. COO
Jas Ilauer lollve wolf scaltis .. . . 500
A II Cuin.idv to court fees Insanity
case . . I) 70
Geo 1) llirnurdi Co to incrchandlso for
county officers . .. .. Ott
Chus 1' Scott to publlshlni! llnl tnx
notlco . . ... 060
Chas V bcott to olllclal printlnB . . C&iS
KDItipp tomcrcliundlse for pauper .. l.'8l
I. 11 1'ionk to labor on county brlduo 3 00
i:unsIirusto merchandise for county 202.1
( A l'ronk lo posiuko 2nd quarter . 10 60
C A Fionk to sulnr less fees collected 319 76
C A l'ronk to clerk hire . IV) 00
Fi: Parmer to merchandise for pauper 800
i: I. Mooro to job pilnlhiR 2 r0
h II Dauyctt to usscsslnir Kim town
ship r 119 00
S Miilcom . Co to merchandise for
paupei 5 00
1 .1 McCilnshcn to merchandise for
piupcr . 12 3
VV" It ilruce to merchandise for pauper 7 80
Chas F scott lo ballots and Job printing 141 6ft
P. VV Martin to rep ilrlni; chairs . 1 40
J VV Woodard to laiillor woilt 120V
VV J Illicit lo papcrlnitiuid pilntlm? 4 so
J (i Sis ncer lo labor at the court house 1 60
s f. Willie to assessing Csine township UOOO
Watt snipp to assessinir i.ismoro town-
ship . .... 180 OP
Frances Wilson to s ilary . 400 00
do do to clerk hire 22100
do do to stamped envelopes
express and freight . . . 37 32
VV II Nichols to rcpalrlnK plastering.. . 4 90
in Wutt to labor nt court house. 75
VV II Lambeth to assessing Marmuton
.) a ptcer, labor at court house
iVoodard, Janitor work,
a DoWItt, salary county survoyor llrst
A Tlarrackraan, assessing In Humboldt
J 11 McClutro, transportation pauper .
Win Knapp, trsnsp furn'd pauper..
II Ilobart, serving subpoenas
U W Townsend, two wolf scalp
Maggie Jennings, tleket for pauper ....
Hobl Travis, constable fees state vs Mc-
Geo Nojes. constable fees state vh Mc
S 0 Ilrevvstcr. clerk's fees statu vs (Jill
II Ilobart, shorlff fees " "
11 Ilobart, " ' " I Alyea
ri (J Hrewster, clerk's fees " "
S O llrowster, " " Tnylor
it iiooiirt.BiierurB tees
.1 M Wullace, J p fees " "
S O llrewhtcr, clerk's fees, stato vs Jno
II Ilobart, Bherllt fens suite vs J Marlon
J M Wallace. J " K
A Itnrrnekman, const " "
Swan Olson, witness " "
iMae i isner,
Martin FLCly, " " "
O C Nlohols " " "
Olai a 1'eely, " " "
HPIlurhite, " ' "
N P Norcen, " " "
A llurrnckman " " "
I) A lllley, "
It It Cochran " "
S C Hrewster olcrlt's fees state vs Jno
II Ilobart, sheriff fees state vs Jno Doo
S C Hrewster, elerk fees state vs Ward
II Ilobart, shorlff foes " i "
S o Hrewster clerk fees " Momoo
II Ilobart sheriff feos " '
h O Hrewster, clerk fees state vs Cli is
Illlobuit, sheriff fees stato vs Charles
R O llrowstci clerk feesstutevs KUncuk
lit) Hough J p fees " "
II Hob irt sherlir fees ' "
Htl Hough p fees state vs Dally
II Ilobart sheriff fees " "
Mnrv Daniel witness "
HCllrewster elcik fees stato vs David
II Ilobart sherlir fees slate vs David
Washington ... . .
(J 8 Potter, J p fees state vs I) W ashing
Sam Hiker const fees statu vs I) Wash
ington Jno Justice witness state vs D Wash
OF Justice wilnoss stato vh 1) Wash
ington ..... ....
HnrrvDalton witness slate till Wash
C H Potter J p fees slate vs Hlovull
H Ilobart sherlir
Joe I'-Mibiuixh Juror " "
W Whltson " "
Wni Slack ...
11 Cullci "
J II HufTerd " "
A N Swlgart '
Sum Hlggs " '
Amos Duilcy ' "
Sun Itobinson " '
(I II llowlus
(IcrtleTrovall witness " "
(lustave Sanders ' "
A Woodard " " '
J M VVallaco Jp fees stulo vs Turner
(JeoNo)Csconstnblo " "
F A Campbell juror district court
S S Forney "
jMusgravc " " "
ChasSchullncr " " "
TP. ICellcy " "
J N Vlckcrs " "
It M Cunnlnglnni ' I" '
C M Smith " " "
II Seeley "
I I. Ilrown
W VV McCluro "
VI M Hurt "
Travis Adams ' "
A I. Taylor ' " "
Paris Deal " " "
ThosOHirr " " "
J I' Scott " ' "
lll'lhonins " " '
VV A Diwson
C C Ilustwood " ' "
WCMcllclland " " "
.) P Duncan, ' " "
VV II Whltson " "
Jno Jacobs " "
VV II Nichols " ' '
.InoAOrinnell " " "
II Morrison ' ' M
JiisAltm ' " "
llm McCIiiren " "
J W McClure '
Hen Clark '
VV Mlirtds "
P 1! smith " "
II P I.udlum "
(Ico Mrosiildcr " "
Win ICenncdv " " "
J II Hock '
s C Hri'wstcr lo certifying Jurors
Jus ljocklmrl It It tkkcl for pmper .
O S Hotter J p fees state vs Jones ..
Sam linker constable " "
l) 8 Potter J p fees stale vs Woodard
I) II llrewer const "
CS Potter J p fees state vs Smart ..
Mini linker const
C S Potter J p fees state vs Thompson
Sam Maker const '
; .S Potter J p fees slate vs .Smith rt ill
II Hohurt sheriff ' "
Hurry Swaru J p fees state vs Dilley
i; innauv consiaoie
Harrvrinart 1 n fees slate vsKont
Canniidy constable "
Ihiinia Poling witness "
Jno Poling ' " "
Jos Poling ' ' "
Sam Poling ' "
Tom llosh " "
() the Drlstal '
AunUovec ' " "
toe Pcro ' " "
S P Clement " " '
1 1 I lobilrt shcrlirs fees state v s (itll
jailor at count v Jail
fees suite vsPondoarast
endeavoring to collect per tax 107 11
uisung iinui tnx nonce a ho
laming prisoners 2nd quar 20.1 20
nwing nun siininioniiig jurors i. $
tending district court 36 00
cun vo Ing I) Washington lo
Jail and opining mid closing
'I hi odore Strickland cleaning vnultti
11(1 Hough j p fees stnto vn Howell
Sain llaker const " "
J ll smith fcoslnsinlty C Woods,
s N llergcn Juroi "
() DM its ' " "
It VV Armstrong " "
1. C Monger " "
Hariv lllick witness "
II P llandolph '
Fred Fisher '
Mrs I'rcd Fisher "
Itlram 'lowiHr " '
II Cope ' "
.las Perry ' "
II Ilobart convevlng Woods to nsjliini.
J 11 Smith fees lnsnnlt A Klrkpatilck
II M .Nelson Juror " "
Otto VonMuller " "
(leo A Fry " " "
K W Hall
C O Mull "
A N swlgart " "
O Cleaver witness " "
Dr Oarllnghouso " "
Drhh.idwlek " "
W II Holln " " "
Jos Ilrown " " "
N Crook " "
liCumihnn " " "
II Ilobart taking Klrkpatrlck to asjlum
J II Smith fees Insanity 1) I'cckham.
I'D Tens Juror " "
LL Travis " " "
II Klaumunn " " "
N M Pylo
lieo VV Cnstator " "
I! 11 Lambeth wit " "
A A Peckhum " " "
ThosPcckham" " "
Prank McCoy " " '
11 Ilobart convlng I'cckham to nslum
J II smith fees Insanity L btamlcld
tl W Shadwlck Juror " "
II Klaumunn " "
.InoUruminell " " "
It VV Armstrong " ' "
W h llartels " ' "
Aug Foeschler vilt " "
ora I'addls ' ' "
Dr coffmnn " " "
Ijiin llower ' " "
11 Hobirt convclug.stanlleld lo asylum
11 (I Hough j pfeos stato vs Urates . ..
11 Ilobart fees
J W Punkhousei' labor on poor fnrin
(1 M Knapp r r ticket for yaupi r
VV II McClure rr ticket for pauper ..
W A Cowan rent for nauncr
August l'oeschler care of Insane person
Ora Paddis nurso Insane person
I.yitia oiark nurse liisiue person
II -M Miner cicrus lies state vs iitnns..
II Ilobart sheilirs " " "
.1 VV Wood J p fees stale vs Sellers
Jako bhulti! constable " "
L Luubuck luror " "
Ld Hunyun " " "
it vv uemiiiKion
M Ilawley " " "
VV II Duston " "
(leo 1) smith ' "
Henry llusicy " " "
KKrantner ' ' "
Tom Applegate ' " "
Frank Cruse " " '
J O Ferris ' " "
Len Martin " " "
Dantlregg " " "
Sam linker constable " "
II Ilobart sherlll " "
SimHakeroonstablo ' "
O S Potter J p fees " "
J II Smith salary less fecscollccted .
Howard & Oo livery to poor farm . .
Henry Steyer mdso for county . ,. ,
O L Sutherland care sick; digging grave
llcrtlostrunk washing for pauper. ..
Mrs S M Mable caro of crippled child,
Schell & llalrd mdse for county farm ,
S A Wloknrd tc Co ooal for quarantined
Hall Lllh lo election supplies &. blurks
P D Teus coroners fees case Hoae
John F Unshorntclegritmsand telephone
John FUosliorn salary less fees ,
T S Stover abstract of public square
a v iouiuni muso lor county lurm
John V Ooshorn stationery 2nd quarter
(labo VTarron washing for prisoners ...
v d teas salary us Health onicor, eta
Adams & Caldwell mdse for pauper
II Cone pauper medical practice
Hattie Olmstcnd salary county supt .
lola Ice &. Cold Morugo Co 500 lbs Ico
jositoscnberg indse for county farm
O L Sutherland board Inmates Co farm 830
Luto p stover Balary . .. . 6160
(I ijIJvuns notary work. . . i oo
Harry Swarts p feos stato vs Mo
Dow ell . . J (0
A II Udrady coustable fees state vs Mc
Dowell . i 'A
II M Mlllor olerk fees statu vs Tcklor '3 71
II Ilobart sheriff " " 12 48
0 S Potter J P ' " 7 7(1
Sam Haker const " ' H II
II Cullci, Juror " "
J M Hoik " " "
II Waters " " "
i M I
A Dlllev ' 1 00
WII Whltson ' i oo
Wm lluck ' t oo
CP Sutherland wit ' " .145
II Kckler ' ' 4 2.1
C (Jllisiwood "3 45
Til Howe " I 60
llollc Holder ' ' " a sft
Henry Wntcis " " 200
Cary Koush ' 1 4s,
Mugglc Kcklcr ' " " 1 so
Chicago Lumber & Coil Co, luiubei for
poor farm 21 09
Shepird .V Kitchen, clothing forlnsiino 20 00
lot 1 City Waterworks one water plug.. 1000
I VV Wood J D fees stale vs Hllcr .... 2 SO
'eterpcrcell const fees slntc vsKUcr 1 10
hauling pitluits to pot
Ira Kclle lnullng
patients to the pest
I'dgnrA. Hamilton mdso for quarn'd
l.dgar&. Hamilton mdso for quarn'd...
J P Decker mdso forquurntd . . .
FSOFIvng meil aid quarnd
'Ihosllutts rent forquiirnd
McC.ilsIn &. Kincald mdso for quarnd
S.iml Poterson boant and caro of old
Hush Ilros mdso for piupcr
Campbell & llurrcll disinfectants; for
quarnd , .
II It Wagers mdse for qu wantlncd
C It Morrison
New Yoik htorc ' "...
OiossA. Hyler '
l.niuui Obershaw care '
T II shannon mdse pest house
Culburtson Furn Co, mdso pest houso
coillns for pauper
roll lop desk for
county supt office
fownn.V. Aiishcrman raise forpnup
T V lintels mdse post houso .
Philip llowi'i caiesmiUiHix palicnts
1'iullc l'etgle cnio umll)nn patients
Man Siitherliind onre sm illpox patients
Mlunlc Luther Ismrd and caro smullpov.
CM llrookliurt nied nttuudnuec small-
J '" I II Now toll & Co, milsi fur quaind . ,
7... II Newton ., Co
Wuisou llios rem
Ilenrv Sti ver Indse
VV I! llruee indse "
Hrigli.uu .v Mc.Mel mdso
I ow an .V Ausherni in indse
Cowan.V Ausherinun indso for piupers Hi Hi
1 ,, t...ltn. ....1l..l.... r I ... ,1
J V Fiillci medicine fot quarnd
c It vim rison mdse " ...
W in Vea ger mdso "
Vlrs L A Jones cute " , ,
Mrs I A Jacobs mdse "
TJltuiledge wilier furn'd qu irnd . .
H Cope tncdl attd p tups ....
W P. Mclarter erne smallpox patients
S Maleom JL Co mdso for quarantined
LyonA. McKiltev tndst,
11 M station! mdse
Mary McKnlght care "
stnnlev iLorbln mdso "
A vv imuinllk "
II K Hoblnsou mdse "
(len Nov cs services case A Ha , . .
O C Ilrettmdsc case A Hay. . .
olrs Kd Arnett board smallpox patients
i: II Leltbaoh mdse case A Ituy
D P. Juuus i. Co " , .
Wm Ilr.iucher '
J t'Dornhcrg care A Hay . . .
A Harriickmnn telegrams case A Hay
Call llirnholt water fund quar d
It M Hetumlnger mdse "
Mrs HA Jacobs rent for pest house
Wyatt. shlpp overseeing quar d
Llirulxth sparks board quurd
Dr II 1" Hlchnrds pauper practice .
Dr II F Hlchnrds quarantine practice .
AD llnyr ass't Health Oftlcer 'leas.,
Delia lirklor c no smallpox patients.
(leoI)Thoiiiis " "
Wm Trow bridge. To caring foi pat-
ICIIls- ui i -est uiiust
slei per . Son, Mdso for Pest House
I) D Limuun, ' ouird
C 11 Wheaton, To Allen tountv Agrl
Association . JoO oo
.i.is i.oehiiari, 10 sauuy lor i;qg. iioiuu
and County Commissioners
II II Tobov.To sulurv for Dig , Hoard
utui uouiuv conim ss out rs
J I) Cliilstlan.T'osilnrv for hjg.lluanl
anu ouui uoumussioncrs
(J 1. I'inkerton, lo rare small po
J III IKS
It D I nylor 'I o pub, notlco sped il
St He of If ii us is i ountv of Allen sS
1 C A Fronk county clerk In und for the
county of Allen Stato of Kansas, do hereby
cirllfy that the above stnteimntls u true
st in ment of all bills audited and allowed by
the Hoard of Co Coins , Alltn Co. State of
Kansas, ut the regular Jul meeting 1901.
W'ltni ss my hand und onieinl seal of said
comity this 17th day of Jul 1901.
C V, Fkomc.
(St vi) Co. Clerk,
lly Melvln Fronk, Deputy.
Card ot TlmnkH.
To our many friends who so kindly
assisted and .consoled us during tho
late illness and demise of Georgo W.
nun an wo feel truy and sincerely
thankful, and hopo thoy may receive
proper reward for iholr kindness.
J. H. RUNYAN, Father,
S. S. Ru.WAN, Mother,
Ida Ronyan, Wlfo,
LEItOY RUNYAN AND FAMILY,
L. L. RUNYAN AND FAMILY,
KllLLIK MOIlUISON AND FAMILY.
La Harpo, Kan., July 22, 11)01.
All Ingenious lluho's I'rnyer.
Praying is notuncommon right now.
I'ven tho heathen Jn lola aro praying
for rain. But it remained for a littlo
Gas City Miss to pra a remarkable
prayer. Sho Is tho dlralnutlvo sister
of Miss Dluncho Goes und had attend
ed church Sunday and listened to
pritcrs for rain. In tho afternoon at
homo sho nottcodtho ho.it and suddenly
bowing her head sho uttered a shoit,
pra or for ruin und concluded with
"And do ou know, Lord, that thoro
Isn't an ogg In this town?" Tho littlo
Miss Is fond of oggs and tho market
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