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lvrr E53SIS UiIMmWi ' .,m MmwUn&smmasmmirr' 'mmmm 1 mTmi,':mn,mmamii'BnFmmmmrummwniwmmmam&wtmmtMf ' y '' K k ' ASSAULTED 11 I SHOVEL Clmillo Dennett Knocks Cnrl Schmidt Senseless ut the Lnuyoiivlllo Smelter mid Huns. As tho result of a blow ovor tbo hood with a shovel, Inlllctcd Tuesday aftornoon by Charllo Bennett, Curl Schmidt of Lanyonvlllo was Insonsl bio until late that ovcnlnp, and tho man who Btruck tho blow lied from his homo. Both men are chargers at tho Lan yon works of tho Lanyonvlllo Zinc Company. It seems they havo been blckorlng for sorao tlmo, having words ovor tho morost trlllos. At noon that day when they watered tholr horses iji tho samo trough the troublo broko oiA again and thoy suoro at each othor roundly. Active hostilities did not break out, howevor, until about 4 o'clock, when after another meeting, Bonnott solved a shovel lying near and struck a savage blow which took Schmidt on tho head, felling him. Realizing then what ho had done Ben nett disappeared and had not been seen lato last night. Tho blow caught Schmidt on top of tho head and It is feared concussion of tho brain and a possible frauturo of tho skull may havo resulted. Up to a lato hour ho had not rccoverod consciousness. Both tho mon aro marriod and lio in Lanyonvlllo, Bennett being a man of about twonty-fl vo yoars and Schmidt aged about forty. Telegrams and tolophono messages havo been sent in every direction in tho hope of taking Bennett. Now Plug Slay bo n Go. Tho Topoka papers all mado men tion of tho fact that tho Santa Fo was considering tho putting on of a new flyer botwnen Cbanuto and Kansas City and stated that Mr. Black was making inquiries of agents along tho lino as to whether such a train would bo popular in their towns. Tuesday's Topcka Herald says: A now plug train is to bo inaugurated between Chanuto and Kansas City to connect with tho now Colorado flyer. Tho train will leave Chanuto at 0:25 a. m. and arrive in Kansas City at 11:05 a. to., returning, leavo Kansas City at 4:20 p. m. and arrive at Chanuto at 0 p. in. That Is the first deflnlto statement that tho train will be put on. Tho Herald adds that on Juno 1 th,o Santa To installs a now time card, which calls for a Colorado Flyer, and the Southern Kansas train willl mako connections with it. This glvos double service to Colorado daily. Mr. Seagrave, traveling passenger agent of tbo Santa Fo, was in town and told a Reqistlr reporter that the Herald's story about tho plug for Kansas City is coriect and tho train will undoubtedly bo put on. Mr. Edgar Is much pleased as tho action is duo to his elToits. Moran LI vei yiiien Aie Out Sixty Dol- hirs Which TIii'y Uuvo nu Iolu Woiiinn for Her Di i ingNag. Some dajs ago thcio was a bad family jar in tho Roynolds family which livos In tho southeast part of town. Tho old man und his grown children had a cat-and-a-dog kind of a tlmo and managed to get into police court, but wisely thought tho matter ovor and settled outside. Last Friday, howoer, thoro was an other outbreak. It seems that when Mrs. Roynolds, wlfoof C. R. Roj nolds, died, sho provided in her will that tho Jamlly horso and cai rlago should be owned by tho old gentleman during his lifo, but that tho children might use it. OnFriday, Mrs.BvaStoter, onoof tho married chlldi en drovothohorso to Mo ran and sold it to C. C. Smock and II. B. Smith, tho liver men, for sixty-two dollars and llfty cents. Mrs. StoUer returned to Iola, but left tho next day and has not been scon since. When tho old gentleman learned of this ho took legal stops to recover the horso and Constablo Ilalin went to Moran, took possession of tho horso and drove him to Iola. Tho hearing of tho case, to doterralne who owns the horse, camoup in JustlcoHough'tcDurt at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning and continued In justice court to May 28. Tho stateraont that Mrs. Stotor had gone proved later to bo an error as sho returned home. Monday sho got out papors in Judgo Hough's court and roplovlncd sorao household furni ture at her father's houso which she claims belongs to hor. So thoro seems to bo a llklihood that tho troubles of tho family are not yet ovor. For Those Who Live on Farms. Dr. Bergin, Pona, Ills., writos; "I havo used Ballard's Snow Llnimont; always recommend It to my friends, as I am confldont thoro is no bettor made. It Isa dandy forburns." Those who llvoon farms aroospeclally liable to many accidental cuts, burns and bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal lard's Snow Llninyint is applied. lt should always bo kopt in tho houe for cases of emergenoy. 2jo, COc f,. 81,00 at C. B. Spencer & Co dl3l3. THE BUMP OF LOCALITY". A I'm-iilt 'Hint In "Much llclter IJe- vi'liiieil In Mull 'I linn It In la AV ii in ii n, Why is it that a woman's bump of locality Is so much more feebly de veloped than man's? l'ut a man down In a countiy road and the prob abilities aro that he will find his way wherever he wishes to go with out Inning to ask ut near-by farm houses for directions. Instinct seems to guide him. l'ut n woman in the same position and oho will Irretriev ably lose herself in ten minutes, and hare to bo sought for by resolute men for hours before she is finally brought back to civilization, says tho Baltimore News. l'eihaps It Is that tho weaker Rex is unol)Hcrnnt. Ihen in cities mnny of its members do not notice build ings closely enough to permit them to itnd their way about, and certain ly they would not notice In the coun try the big gum tree that they pass here nor the haw bush tlint marks the intersection of two roads there. With the sun low In tho west there nro numbcis of women who can't tell the points of the compass, nnd if they could would not know in which direction their homes lay. When it comes to noting the details of n costume few feminities fnll to observe even the tiniest bit of braid or tho smallest bow, but trees and houses are different nnd less inter esting things, and so In n strango town or In tho woods the fair trav elers lose themselves in no time, nnd have to be rescued nnd set again upon the path by some one with n better sense of location than they can boast. MONKEY WAS IN BATTLE. The Twenty-Third HrKlmrnt of ir York Hum a Vlimoot telrrnn of the Philippine AVitr. Trltr, the macot of comjnny II, Twenty-third regulars, nnd eteran of the Philippine war, is known to the boys of the company as "comrade," and to them he Is away above the aver age of his kind, sajs the New York Mall nnd Express. Frit, enjoys the rare distinction of being the only one of 12 monkeyB nhle to stand the long ocean voyage from Manila. Frank .7. Knoffkey Is his own er, and the soldier has never gone into an engagement since April 14, 1900, when Fritz was brought into camp, without the faithful monkey either on his shoulders or trudging along close by his side. Fritz has been on every island in the Sulu archipelago, and suf fered without a murmur the long nnd trying campaign. When Knoffkey lay wounded on the field on Cebu island, his comrades in uniform pressed on, but his comrade Fritz nejftled close to his side and guarded him through the watches of the night. On the regiment's forced march across Iatey island, Fritz divided his time between walking and riding on the shoulders of the men all along the line. It was on this occasion that he came near losing his life, at the hands of several wild monlevs, 1ieo,iue he had no tall. A mnnKev loses his so cial standing in the Philippine when he is minus a tail. Frit escaped from his indignant lelatlves onlv bv leap ing to the shoulilcis of his master. CROWNING OF RICHARD III. Description nf III riironnlliin Unite sin Ordered li llluiNelf from l.lnt Mill i:tnnt. While men's inlndh as well as wo men's ure tumid on coronation robes and kindred splendors, it is interesting to compare the old with the new fash ions. The description of the costume worn by llichard III. at his crowning and ordered by himself was, according to a list, still extant, composed of "a doub let made of two jnuls and a quintet and n half of blue clothe of gold, w i ought with netts and pyne apples, with a stomacher of the same, lined oon ell of Holland clothe, and non ell of busk, Instede of gi eon clothe of gold, and a longe gown foi to ride in, made of eight y nidi" of p'pul velvet furred with tj mines and a half and thirteen bakks of ei my n, and four ty mbres, sev enteen coonilies of eimyus powdeied with 3,100 powderlngs made of boggy hlmnlvs, and a pay re of short spurs w lth gilt." To give the cact meaning of the old wording, says tho London Chronicle, would make a pretty task for scholars the day before King Edward VII.'s anointing. Hut the "longe gown for the cy cle In" Is an obv Iou hint for to day. Nntlnnnlltlea In Thin Country. There is just now nn observable ten dency on the part of our foreign popu lation to distribute themselves by na tionalities to a coitaln extent. Two thirds of tho ilsh remain in tho cast. Two-thirds of tho Germans go vveBt. Of 1,000,000 Scandinavians 870,000 arc in the west and northwest. Tho Rus sians, Poles, Hung.uians nnd Italians aro chlelly found in New England, New York and Pennsylvania. Tho Ho hemians and Hollanders settle in the contral west. A Ilnomfnl of Gold. On one occasion Gen. "Chinese" Gor don told Cecil Rhodes the well-known story of tho oiler of n roomful of gold which hud been made to hlin by the Chinese government after he had hub dued tho Talping rebellion. "What did you do?" asked Rhodes. "Refused it, of course," said Guidon; "what would you, have done'" "I would have takon u ti n)'"! Rhodes, "and as many more . . 1IIU UlTO'iU, Jb tn his property ha, j, ($n8 lf we. ltors. Tho deeds tveie tcry them 4 salo conducted by Baxtoi ivicClatn, tuttteo in bankruptcy, who sold tho propoity at public salo laet week, MISCHIEVOUS MARMOSETS. II ll err I.lttle I'et of n 1 nftliliiirtnn Mo limn Out I'll All SorU of Ftinii) Cniicm, Two small marmosets less than n year old huve satisfied a Washington lady, whose pets they nre, that some monkeys possess not oly intelligence nnd affection, but also something akin to n conscience. The Washing ton Post gives a most interesting nt count of some of their characteris tics. The marmosets are full of mischiev ous, playful ways, and aro great sources of amusement. They will steal all the hairpins and knicknacks from their mistress' dressing table. Then the lady calls forth a pretty display of conscience on the part of her pets. Upon discovering their pilfering sho puts hor hnnds to her faco and shows signs of grief. Tho marmosets watch her for n minute nnd seem dis turbed; then they apparently con? suit together, nnd finally one goes to their hiding place nnd brings back a hairpin nnd lays it down. The lady receives it, but still keeps her face covered nnd seems to weep. Then the other monkey will bring in several more things. They climb up to her in tho prettiest way and try to pull her fingers from her eyes to see if this has had the desired eilect. But no, sho weeps harder than ever, and in nn ngony of contrition the marmo sets race oft nnd fetch in nil their booty, whimpering softly nnd doing nil they know how to do to make amends. Then the lady smiles upon them nnd praises them, and tho little creatures caper with delight and climb up and caress their mistress with their tiny paws. After this they arc on their good behavior for sev eral dnys. PARAFFINE FROM THE GULF. Pine Quality of the Article Snld t Hnve lleen I'onnil AIoiik the Const of Teiun, A box of the purest paraffin, picked up along the shores of Mata gorda island, hns been received at the Southern Pacific Industrial head quarters and the product is upon ex hibition ns n souvenir of the sen. There is a great supply to be se cured nt the point where this was found. In the words of nn expert, "It is of the very best," reports tho Galveston Daily News. And yet jmrafllnc is known ns a manufactured product, tho residue derived from oil after its second I boiling. Along the coast of Texas it is cast up by the sea, fully refined, pure as any that was ever placed upon the market nnd ready for its commercial use. Not only is it to be found on Matagorda, but upon St. Joseph's island nnd all along the sea coast of Aransas county. The theory advanced by Mr. K. II. Norris, the discoverer, sets forth a belief that somewhere In the sea, near the point where the parafine was discovered, exists a submarine gusher vvlieie oil, heated to the prop er tempeintiirc, rushes foith into the told, dear sea water, Is ptiperly condensed, nnd, In a pnroxytii of natural foiies, existing under exact ly the ptnpiM' conditions, p.uaninc in an exhnustlesK supply is tin own upon the waves to be caNt later on the sand of the beach. DINNER TABLES FORHORSES. Queen Mrsiiiiilrii Sends Snuill Sluinln for Xoni1iii:m to t'niten- Iiiikcii Cull men. Queen Alexandia has always had gient consideration for horses nnd other useful animals, nnl display ed much interest some year Inck in a movement which n Milted in the post ing of notices requesting pavsmgcis to refrain from causlcg avoidable stoppages of 'buses. b"fiun of the sti.iln imposed on the t.ims. llei majesty hns recently exp-esed n de she to do something loi the homes on tbo public cjb ranks, and has taken the initial steps, says the Loudon Tele graph. In Copenhagen theic nre in general use on the carriage ranks small tiestle stands, or tnbleb, on which the hoises' nosebags are placed, so that the animals may feed in great ei comfnit; and, as an expeiimcnt. Queen Alexnndra has had n dozen of these tables sent over from Denmark. Her majesty's notion is to gic them to n few drivers, in the hope that their practical utility may be demon strated and the system extended. The trestles nre extremely light nnd com pact, nnd the top part, is formed of Btrong webbing. The whole contri vance can be folded into very smnll compass, and quite conveniently stowed nvvny under the seat of a cab when the vehicle lenves the rank. The tables have been tentatively used at the cnb rank in Tall Mall within the past few weeks. Nn tu nil fin In niiKlnud. Natural gas, in which England wns generally supposed to be deficient, has been discovered by Amerlcnns nnd put to practical purposes in tho little village, of Heathfield, Sussex. Tho operations are in charge of nn Amcrlcnn engineer, who is said to bo representing Amcrlcnn capitalists. An extensive plant Is now being erected, the railroad station and ho tel ore already lighted by the local product, and tTio wholo village will shortly bo slmllnily Illuminated. It Is said that the Sussex gas is much richer in hydro-carbon than tho American gas. llllnd Any I it m In Ceylon, It hns been decided to found nn eye hospital and nn asylum for tho blind orif,cylon0 momorinl ito tho late GyJcAnnl s opposite . , hotol and only rallllpory storo of Coutants' haruwaro storo. WINTER IN JAPAN. Ik it Trjlnic JflMlsnn mill llrlliR Dlncoiufoi t Keu Into the Homed of the Itleh, It 1 The ilnpancse winter is most try ing on account of its continuul damp ness, but the Japanese are content to remain cold. They make almost no elTort to overcome it. The old "Uushido" (chivalrous) idea of tho "samurai" (knights) was that it wns effeminate to feel cold, nnd such It their severe training that they do not really feel It as we do. The wenrlng of some extra "kimonos" and the use of a "hibachl" or brazier In which ure a few tiny sticks tC lighted charcoal are the only conces sions to winter weather. With the "hibachl" they never pretend to heat more thnn their finger tips, which they hold over the coals. It is used when the house is entirely open. The houses, ns everyone knows, are built of thin, light wood, nnd tho sliding pinels which scivo for doors nnd windows hnve paper panes. They are as apt to bo open ns closed during the day. The coolies wear thin blue cotton clothes and arc al ways puddling tluough the mud. Tho storekeepers sit out in their open booths and the women go bare headed about the streets. In tho houbes of the rich the still cold be hind the closed panels is often moio intense thun that outside In tho sun shine, where the nlr is stirring. SPREAD OF PEANUT CULTURE. iti Introduction on American Soil and hiiliNiMiiirnt Distribution Otcr the World. The spread of the culture of tho peanut is nothing short of phenom enal, says Outing. A native, prob nbly, of Surinam, in Central Amer ica, it was introduced in Brazil nnd Peru in the days of that mysterious civilization of which evidences re main in records and monuments. Then it traveled, perhaps long before Columbus set out on his haphazard journey, nnd reached China. By that cntcrpribing people (enterprising in those bygone days) it was carried to India, Ceylon and the Malay arch ipelago. Tims, Asian tropics wero blessed with a truly American plant. Then, again, Portuguese adventurers, nfter the discovery of America by belated Europeans, enrried tho pea nut in their slnve ships to the Afrl enn coast; and thus another conti ent was added to the conquests of the American. Later days hnve seen it invade Australasia, and its culture there Is urged, not only for the sake of food for man in the nuts, but also for cattle in the folinge. IN OLD SLAVERY DAYS. A Notice of Importation and Sale of fteKroe In Iloaton from Old !etTtnier, "The other day in going over some of my old papers," said W. P. Arnold, of New Orleans, uiconling to the Wash ington Post, "I came ncinss n clip ping fiom an old tiewsp.ipei on a sub ject that excited the ti.it mn 10 years ago 11 nenifc curious to think now that it- publication to-dsv has n, night save hii-tiirical intert M lieu- it i: "'Just Imported fnun fi na, and t- be sold on bo., id the b.ig Jonney, Wil liam Ellery, commander, now lying nt New Boston, n number of likely negio boys and gills, from 12 to II years of age. Inquire of said Ellery on bonid said brig, where constant attendance is given. Note The nbove slaves have all had the smallpox". Treasurers notes and New England rum will be tnken as pay.' "There is a good text for a longser mon, but the subject requires but few words. Massachusetts, no" so pious ly hostile to slavery, wap, nt that date, and for half a century later, the great slave trader of the western hemi sphere. THE CITY OF THE SKY. lnerenHliiK Koiidnenii of ell-to-Do rillilllh'M for Hotel Life In Trlllik- formliiK .X-v lorlc. Prominent among the Influences that arc traiuifounlng New Yoikiutoacity of dwellei s in the shy is the inei easing fondness of w ell-to-do families for ho tel life. In a very interesting news nr tlelo in the World it is estimated that the hotel population is now 100,000; thnt it is growing nt the inte of 10,000 annually, and thnt to accommodntc this growth some sixty now hotels will probably be begun this y enr, at a total cost of $35,000,000 an amount of building that compares favorably with that of tall business structures. It is sometimes nssmncd thnt hotel life Is antagonistic to the American home. Twenty y ears ago the same as sertion was made about the now typ ical "flat" or apartment house; fifty years ago life in so large a city as New York, with itsholf-milllon inhabitants, was assailed as demoralizing. The truth Is that material surround ings must nlw ays y leld to deeply rooted mental nnd moral instincts. Instead of the hotel stifling the home-spirit, the home-spirit is.trnnsformlng the typical family hotel to conform to its un changed and unchangeable require ments the first of which is privacy and the second comfort. I'll run Ilex on the "Vili, Tho wasp, like tho bee and almost every othor Insect, Is Infested with parasites. Wasps have been captured which had two or three dozen parasites clinging to their bodies. Old l"n in II l'imclim, A recent real estate salo at Bridge hampton transferred from tho Ludlow family of Long Island the last pieco oi laud that had been in the family slnct 100; I J iiijeuu. ' south Statement rirst published Slay 10, 10O2 Of County Trcnsurer as ahowntiy tho books In County Trcusurer's onlee April astli low ...... !' C" lledpt, Illd J $ 42? 77 Slat" ... C0V7 01 Co (len nioooi Jtotid 8UI930 " Mnltln TfS 50 Court houso 1027V 28 Iol i Ully Kim 677 GO ", bond 29 79 " st. nnd alley 358 71 " sldowiilk in gs " water & i: L B3T M HumlKildt City Ken 281 42 " comp SilSi ' road j . 81 16 " slnklae fT 276 61 " sidewalk 31 81 Morau City Kcn.,.5 ., 64 70 " roid g it " sidewalk sm " street 89 Lnlltirnc gen its co '" road 29 43 " sidewalk 5 83 " street 47 25 Csgen J18 62 " street 49 04 " road 12 fS OenevaTwp. gen 21 87 " road 10 83 " bond 40 00 CurlyleTwii. Ken 277 57 " road 158 70 Deer Creek Twp Ren... . SM 75 " " road 21 0'J OsaeeTwp. Ren ir 86 ' road 245 13 " bond 130 82 " si nit I Ilk' 3818 64 M inn iton Tu p Ken 221 GI ' ro id 77 87 " VI Scott &. W 112 4i " K. 0 &.1' 21159 " sinking 478 83 Iola Twp Ken 337 do " road 201 70 " bond 321 01 " bridKC 210.1 13 IllmTnp. Ken IU6 11 " road fll 18 " bond (110 Oil Kinking 118 25 KlimoroTwp Kin 150 01 " road 175 01 " bond 987 68 " slnkliiK 62 71 Humboldt Tup Ken 117 08 mid 41 06 " K.K 164 46 Logan Twp. Ken 17 71 " null 15 23 Cottage drove Twp gen.. 102 83 " " road.. 2S 78 SalimTwp gen Ill 14 " road 213 8.1 SI) No. 1 gen 158 64 11 1 sic 86 61 " 2gcn 101 12 " 2s .C 46 15 " 3 gen 41 .11 " lic 11 70 " .1 sinking 91 03 " I gen 84 50 " ts&e 37 80 11 5 gen 13 88 " 6gcn 55 42 11 r, sio 1890 7 gen 118 ar ' 7NA.0 27 so ' 8gen 141 54 ' Sbd 17 61 11 8S&.C 18 48 " 'I gen 95 94 " 9A. e 21 00 ' 10 gen 1441 00 " 10 bd 484 41 ' 11 Ktn 8649 11 11 8.1 C 25 20 " 12gen 17 19 11 12H&C 22 26 " IS gen 71 16 " 13 k&c 21 00 " It gen 25 47 " ligen It M Itgta 131 13 " 16bd 10OT28 " 17 gen 143 61 17bd 35 79 " 171&C 24 78 ISgen 26 63 " 1880 N 1J74 " 19 gen 4 23 20 gen 52 72 " 30 s&c ".. . 1260 " 21 gen 28 88 " Jln&c It 38 " Mgen 8 98 22 s 4. o IS 44 " S3 gen 29 8 " 21 gen 36 6J " 25 gen 16 96 ' ilbd 78 J9 " aigen 79 12 " 26 N&.C '-0 16 ' 27 gen II 70 " .!7h.1u 12 18 28gen 1J 19 " Muca 61 4J SDIMI 10 08 Wgea 77 87 " 3)11 "0 -U ..0 s Xo 1") 51 ' 11 gen X 67 " Sis c 20 1.8 .TJgen 51 .'4 Hgoii -M H ' aisAo .... in M " .IIBOIl . . 1IH3I sngea 1" -i " Sfibd -Ill !, ' Xil gen 17 1 27 3'JsSo Hi 3S " 37 gen 17 10 " .17 bd 3101 " 37 &0 i. . 1 lil " 88 gen -0 3J gen 21 .11 " .1) 1x1 a 11 " lOgen 10 H " 41gea l- 81i " 4J gen 61 "I " 4-itHl 10 0i, ' 12S&U 23 10 " 4lgen f '" 28 " I3h& c 23 52 " 4lgea TO 81 44 s. c - . " 45 gen 4082 " 46 gen 19 71 " 17 gen 57 51 " 47s.o OUi " 48gen 27 M " 4J gen 28 81 " Ubd -13 52 " 4'l n.1.0 1 ro ' 60 gen 11 IS 51 gen 21 ai " 61 si.0 20 III l.'gcn 117 ai " 62ud 601 11 SiNifce 103 68 " 81 gca 65 12 81S&.U 22 2b " 61 gen 21 00 " Mgen 27 71 " Ml gen 1 22 " 67 gen 21 70 " 68gcn MW " ftsixl 107 Jl " 69gcn 50 01 " OOgcn ISO 31 ' robd 163 02 COsic 19 11 " fll gen 120 61 " CJ gen 120 4S 02 s A. o lflSS " CJgcii 104 30 " (3bd 26 52 11 61S&C 1638 " lUgon 27 40 " 65 gen 6 41 66 gen Vi 2 ' 66H& 0 18 48 " 67 gen 15 31 " 68 gen W 93 CSS&O 39 21 " 69 gen 670 86 ' 6JS& o 2 70 " 70 gen 71 45 ' 70 bd 110 83 11 70S&C 48 72 71 gen 67 90 " 71 s & c 13 02 " 72gen 60 60 " 72 bd 100 89 " 72S& 0 24 78 " 73 gen 61 41 " 73s & o 31 70 " 74 gen 43 00 ' 71 bd S3 77 " 74S&. 0 23 52 " 71 Kim ,j 20 68 " 71 bd 28 61 " 76 gen 71 71 " 70S&O 12 18 " 77 gon 15 OH " 78 gen 50 14 " 78bd 80 20 " 78s A. o 0 21 Jt. No 1 gon ".,.. 6 67 " " is i o 5 88 " " 7 gen 0 2d " " 7si,o 6 04 " " 21 gon 2 2 " " 2I8&.0 S 62 " " 23 gen 1 90 " " s&. o 2 94 " " 76gen 11 0 " " 70S& 0 7 08 " " 79gen 1C8 41 " " 79S&Q 9 24 bchool land prin 117 00 " (nt 68 80 Normnllnst ... 0160 Stale & Co school fund . 77 68 Fiscal Ageucy . , 11802 20 K 0.& 1' MOO World's Fair,. , ,.,.. 82 90 mQ I dock Dlood b.iic,, nmwm him i, in l-r Condemnation Wmer ilithl Iola Ulcilrii It It. 1 1 cott luln .v. ITS OT 1MU0 W i stern V ftfKl? 6ft imen unuer my n inn mis loin nay of May (Seal) 1'iuncis W'llioN, Trotmrcr Allen County KansiiH Subscribed and aworn to btfoio me this loth, day of Muy 1902 ' O A 1'HONK. County Clerk. ANNOUNCEMENT For Sherllf I hereby announce myself u candidate for tho offleoTur Bhcrlff of Allen county subject u the decision, of tho Republican primaries and convention V. II Halu I hi rcby announce mynelf a candldatu for shirlff of Allen county, subjoet to tho Itepub Ican primaries nnd convention, A. E. WiuaiiT. 1 hereby announce myself mcnndldate for ho office of hhriff of Alien eountv. Ruhinet tn tho Republican primnrlcn and convention. 11. A. UICIIAItlHON I hereby announce mvsclf a condidatc for tho ofllco of sheriff, of Allen county, subject, to thoKepuMican primaries and convention. lx)N Hoykk. I hereby announce myself a candldato from Elm township for the onico of sheriff of Allen eountv. subtect to the Itmuhllcan nrlmrleu. und convention. Ciias V. HMini. I hereby announce myself n candidate from Us ikc low nshln for the onup nf shprirr of Allen county, subject to tho decision of me itcpuu lean pum.irii.sunil uonicntloa II W HlIlfl'MAN Tor Register of Deedi I hereby annoutito myself as c tndldnto for thooniccof Hcglsterof Deeds of Allin coun ty, from Humboldt township, subject to tbo Republican primaries und conMntion, It M UU.SMMMIAM. I hereby announce mvsclf a candidate for Register of Deeds of Alien county subject to. 'ho Republican primaries and contention ItOMUtT L, TllOMfSHN Tor County Clerk I hereby announce mjselfu candidate for the ofllco of County Llcrk, of Allen county, bubjicl to the Republican primaries and con vcntlon. .1 W. KrlAo. I hereby announce myself a candidate fo the olllccof County Clerk of Allin county, sub Jcct to the Republican primaries and con) en lion, Mh.vin TitoNK. Tor County Attorney I hereby announce myself us a candidate for the onice of County Attorney of Allen County Mibjccl to the Republican primaries and con. vcntioti. Huhton i;. Cim-oiin. I hereby announce myself n candldatu for the ofllco of county attorney of Allen county, subject to tho Republican primaries and con vention E W. MviKit. I hereby announce injseir a candldato for tho ofllce of county attornej of Allen county subject to the Ripublicnn primaries and con vention. Comiton Mogul. For County Superintendent 1 hereby announce myself a candidate from Ocnoa township for tho oftice of county superintendent of Allen eountv subject to the Republican primarlesand contention. Miss Umvg Kmiwlton. For County Surveyor. 1 hereby announce myself us a candidate for the ofllce of county Surveyor of Allin county, subject to the decision of tho Repub lican primaries nnd convention LUTE 1 BtoVZU, For County Coroner I hereby announce mjsclf a candidate for the offli e of County coroner of Allen county, subject to the action of the Republican pri maries nnn convention. I)n, K. D. Tpah. I hcrcky announce myself a candldatoforthe ofllce of coroner of Allen county, subject to the decision of the Republican primaries anil convention. It I . Richards Clerk otDUtrkt Court. I hereby announce mybclf n candidate for renomlnation to the ofllco of Clerk of the Dis trict Court of Allen county, subject to the Re publican primaries und conv cntlon. S. O. llHEWSTZIl. For PrebaU Judge I hereby announce myself acandldate for the ofllce of l'robate Judge of Allen county sub Jcct to the Republican primaries and come tlon. J. 11. Smith For County Treasurer. I hereby announce that I wlU be a candidate for re election to the office of treasurer of Allen County subject to tbo decision of the Republican primaries and convention. FlIANCXS W1LSOH A&Zli'Si.iSinJZi l'ffietlve N'o) 3 vi:sr I'ascjgcr No 201 1212 pm l'TSFcnger No 201 . 2 05pm j No 211 f reiglit . . 10 a in L 1 00 p in 1 1) illy except sundtiy KAST PasscngcrN 202 210pm Passenger No 201 ... 1 21 am I Local freight No 216 6 30 a m-1. 10 00 a m Dally except Sund ly Wo liuto arranged pissenger scrvico with the Iola 1 lout rlc Railway betwein Iola, Oa (Jllv und Lalliirpc. and the agents of the ban tu Foiullwat wtllboplciscil too ill on sou it any tlrau advising you ns torates und routes. I'honuor write. Oiir train 20.1 and 201 cirrlcs chair ears unit lcepirs liptvi cm Kansas City and Welling-, ton, and '1 1 xas points, our lourlst sleepers be IwtcnOIMwit uud California are models of ptrfci'tion. Wo run tluough fust vestibule trains between Iola and Chloigo, Colorado Springs, Denver, and ollfornl) points, no change of cais between Ottawa and lalif fornia points I am also iiginl for tho While Star Steamer Lino. K A. KDOAR, Agout. MISSOURI PACIFIC n A ST No 4 Yates Centir, Kunsis City A. St Louis llipicss ... 927am No 10 Colo . St L Mill A. I'.xpieM ,.7 00 p m Subuib in lot v A. Lallarpo lca)i s . fi 21 a m ....12 05 pm " " " 6 30pm No 122 local freight 3 00 p to WHST No 9 Colo. & St. L. Mull A. Kxpress ...8250 n m No 5 IC. O , St LoulsX. Y. O. express 3 52 p m Suburban Lallarpo & tola arrives 0 26 um " " " 1 00 pm " " " 6'25pm No 121 local freight ' 10 65 am Through sleeper on No 10 to St. Louis on No 0 Ht. Louis to Iola. Through chair cars on No's 4 and 10 to Kan siyi City and 6 and 9 Kansas City to Iola. First class scrvlco and equipment on "Tbo Old Reliable." Sco that your tickets for all points, enst and west, north und south are via the Mo, Pao, NEW TItAIN Via the Mo Pao. Ity. between Kansas City Ft. Scott, Moran, Iola, Yates Center, oto. Leaves Knns.)B city 0 Ma. m. dully. Return ing, leaes Yates Center 8 45 u, m dally. Through chair car service. Iola to Kansas City. Ht. Louis conmctlons Seo that jour ticket reads via Mo Pao. Ry. For all lnfor matlon seo local agents or address 11 O Townseud. 0. P. A. T. A. St. Louis. O. U. Styles, A. a, P. A. Kansas City. n. K. & T. RAILWAY. EAST 11 20 a. m 6 DO a, in WKST 7 30 ll. in, 8 15 p. lu, No. 66 arrive No, 68 urrlvo Leuvo 1-00 p.nt Leave 5X2 p. tn Leave 9 45 a tn. Leavo 4 20p in. No. No 05 arrive 07 orrlvo Train No CO connects at Moran with botli north and soul li bound trains connects at Plo.ua tor nil point Train No 65 north. Train No 67 south connects at Plnua for allpolnts A. II. IIALDWIN, Ant " Stops llio Cough and works oil tho Cold. 1wutlvo Br mo-Qulnlno Tnbl ts on a ooW In one day. No dure, No Pay Price 25 cents. 1CV 1 l I P I P ii U H li $ I '-L ii. 1 My -r NfeWM m,tHmmt-tirt frnUffrM . "ussaBagaa-"" - WWhm,. iA' r, t ,iJkil'itf,tt,miiit: m iWljmWjaifcAt.ifv lt4rvis.4tb4n -wni.istv . JPSt .