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ABILENE WEEKLY EEFLECTOE, ABILENE, KANSAS, MARCH 28, 1907.
MRS. A. M. HAQERMANN ALL VOMEII SUFFER from th nne physloal dlaturbanosa, Mid th natar of their duties. In many caaa, quloklv drift them into the horrors of all kind of female complaint, organ ie trouble, ulcera tion, falling and displacement, or perhap irregularity or suppression causing; backache, nervousness, Ir ritability, and sleeplessness. Women everywhere ihould re member that the medicine that hold the record for the largest number of actual cure of female 111 ia Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made from ilmnle native root and herb. For more than thirty yean it ha been helping women to be trong, regnleth , the function per fectly and oTe rooming pain. It ha alto proved itaelf invaluable in pre paring for ohlld birth and the Change of Life. Mr. A. M. Hagermann, of Bay Shore, L. 1, write .-Dear Mr. Plnkbam: "I auffered from a displacement, noenive and painful function o that I had to He down or alt still most of the time. Lydia B. Plnkham' Vegetable Compound ha made me a well woman to that I am able to attend to my duties. I wish every suffering woman would try Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and ee what relief it will give them." Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women Women suffering from any form of female illness are invited to write Mr. Plnkham. at Lynn, Mas, for advice Bh 1 the Mrs. Plnkham who ha been advising aiok women free of charge for more than twenty Jean, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydia B. Pink am in advising. Therefore she I especially well qualified to guide lick women back to health. 110 MORE INDICTMENTS . " San Francisco Grand Jury Bard at Work. Still His Application for Writ of Habeas Corpus Dismissed. GEII. WHIT IS DEAD Commander of Department of Mis souri With Headquarters la Omaha Expires Suddenly. 80 SIB THAW tITTBaa. Jervm Pile Them to Prow Authort Inaanlty -Jury toud Until "-- t- -s s New Tors, March aty-Tha district attorney's ofdoe Friday sight- mad pabuo Mveral leUar rsppaaadly writ' tn by Harry K. Thaw and to which District Attorn? Jerome ba referred iirinv nmriftr vnr munrl" HtAt1 Ulhttet lit UAlUt in court and lad marked a. ata e Was to Have Been Promoted April One of Pew Civil War Veteran In Aotlv Service. PhlleelphlaCMfarch M. Brigadier General Theodore J. Wlnt, U. 8. A., hi bit. These are expected to flsvss In the bearing of the lunacy ootnmi- lon If Judge ritagerald deatdea to ap point on. The letter have to do chiefly with matter personal to Thaw and are of no special Interest exeept a they hare s poeelble bearing on the atate of mind of Stantoed White's layer. Affidavit have been handed In by commanding the Department of k tb, pr0WKratloll to ho. Thaw responsible when he killed Stanford White, i now in suoa a state of men tal Incapacity as to be unable to con sult Intelligently with hi counsel and hence should not be on trial for bis life. The defense I preparing It affi davit to the oontrary and the matter will come before the court on Tuesday. Meantime the Jury la excused until Wednesday, when the judge may de cide regarding the appointment of a ommleelon In lunacy. The Jury, which had tUed In at U o'clock, wa instructed by the Judge to return on Wednesday and left. It was arranged between Ms. Jewms died suddenly at a hotel here Thurs day. He came to Phllodephla to un- degro treatment He was 62 years old. Washington, March 22. The news of Gen. WJnt'a death wa not a sur prise to hi fellow officers In Wash ington for he had been in ill health for many month past Gen. Wlnt wa born In Pennsylvania In 1847; entered the volunteer service in the civil war as s private and became lieutenant After the war he enlisted as a private and was soon appointed second lieutenant He earned s fine record a an Indian fighter being and Mr. Hartrtdee that th defense' ' They Are Attempting to Trace $50, 000 Telephone Money A sten ographer Who Will Not Tell. San Francisco, March 22. The grand Jury Thursday resumed Its work of Investigating the alleged wholesale trait and corruption In the municipal affairs of this city and after an allduy session with a brief receks for noon, adjourned Thursday night until 11 o" clock Saturday morning. No indict ments upon the alleged bribing of the supervisor by the telephone compa nies on which 27 lndlotments have al ready been based, were found. The grand Jury made a determlm effort to trace the $50,000 alleged 'to bare been paid by T. V. Halsey, rep resenting the Pacific States Telephone - ft Telegraph company to ten of the supervisors to prevent the granting of s ffranchlse to the Home Tele phone company. For the same pur pose almost all the officials and book of the Pacific States company were taken before the grand Jury by Secret Service Agent Burn. Miss Nellie Smith, stenographer to Gentle, Frlck and Beedy, the attor neys who represented the Home Tele phone company in the obtaining of a franchise from the supervisors, wa re called Thursday and spent over an hour in the grand Jury room. She Is - considered by Heney and Burn to be one of the most lmporetant wlthnesses In the deal by which the home company Is said to have paid 102,000 to the supervisors through Ruef for their franchise. It Is said that all efforts so far to get any Information from her have failed. No English Channel Tunnel, London, March 22. The revived project of tunneling the English channel received It death blow, at least for a long time to come, by the announcement In parliament Thurs day of the government's well consid ered decision against the enterprise. Premier Campbell Bannerman In the House of Commons, and the Earl of Crewe, In the House of Lords, made announcements to this efect which were echoed and approved by Mr. Bal four, the opposition leader In the lower house, and Lord Landsdowns. In the upper house. It Is understood that the bill will be withdrawn. No Brownsville Wltnesss. Washington, Marcn 21. The sen ate committee on military affair waa 1 again disappointed by the non-arrival of expected witnesses and Its Inves tigation of the Brownsville affray wa adjourned until Friday. Weak Women Plv Men Keep Ccnstsnt Vigil Over Indicted San FranciiOs Boss Working for Confession, San Francisco, March 22. The su preme eourt Thursday on the request of the attorneys of Abraham Ruef, the central figure In the municipal graft Investigation, dismissed Ruef appli cation for a writ of habeas oorpu to transfer him from the custody of Eli sor W. J. Blggy to that of Sheriff O'Neill and to be taken from the St. Francis hotel to the county Jail, "Ruef," said Blggy, "upon looking up authorities, came to the conclusion that the supreme court would sustain the action of Superior Judge Dunne In appointing an elisor and forestalled any adverse decision by having the writ dismissed. ' The dismissal of the writ wa to some extent a disappointment to the prosecution, who hoped that the su preme court would hand down a de cision which would clearly define the duties and authority of an elisor, some po'nts of which now are a mat ter of contention. Color Is lent to the report persis tently circulated that Burns Is work ing on Ruef to get him to confess by the frequent visits paid by the secret service agent to Ruef and the fact that Burns was closeted with the de throned political chieftain until 2:30 o'clock Thursday morning. The dismissal of the writ by the supreme court the question of a place of detention for Ruef has again aris en- Distrusting the police and the sheriff, Ruef has been kept In the St Francis hotel pending the decision of the supreme court as to the legality of his detention In the custody of Eli sor Blggy. Now that this matter has been dropped by Ruef and hi attor neys, the prosecution are casting about to find another place of deten tion for Ruef. It has been decided to take an apartment or a private house, Perhaps no prisoner In the United States today Is so closely guarded as Is Ruef. Burns ha placed six of his picked men under Blggy to guard him. At night Blggy sleeps In the same room with Ruef, two guards are on duty In the room with their eye constantly on Ruef, one man stands guard In the hall In front of the door and one man Is on duty outside of the window In the room. In the event of an attempt of rescue or escape the men have order to kill Ruef. particularly active In the capture of the renegade Indian wont from the Ban Carles agency In Alison in 1867. The Spanish war found Wlnt major In the 10th cavalry. He i among the first of the American troops to go to Cuba. He was wounded In the leg In th battle of affidavit should be In the hand of the district' attorney by t o'clock Sat urday afternoon. It was agreed that Mr. Jerome ihould be permitted to til additional matter on Monday, Blackburn on Canal Commission. Washington. March 23. Secretanv Santiago, which made him permanent- Tart announced Friday that Lieut- To vsek and tillnc wosmo, then Is at lwat cos war to sals. But with that war, two traummts. Bsoatbaeuiibtnea. Oos Is local, one Is eonstltn. Stowl. bet both ant tmportut, both sasimlsL Dr. Show's Klfht Can Is the load. Dr. Show's BsMoiMtve, too CoaititiitloasL tWfawBor-Dr.Shoop'tHlshtCarsHta topical smeooa wembfmlM BUDDOEttorr raawdv. whila Or. Saoo'taoiatlvsls wboilr am attarosl mat-1 outrage noon a wronged and Innocent smb. Tba Samwatlvs nedm thioajhoal tfaa people who sow beyond th shadow of as tin mam. natlne- tba metr at Brownsville Is Indignant Brownsville, March 22. At a mass meeting of Brownsville cltlten Thurs day night resolutions were adopted expressing Indignation because of what I termed an attempt being made both before th court-martial proceedings at Fort Sam Houston and before the easts committee at Washington," to clear the negro soldiers of the Twenty. fifth Infantry of th trim committed against Brownsville on August II last by fastening th Infamy on the towns people themselves.' the resolutions de clare "such consummation would b a grave miscarriage of Justice and oa an tarn and ell bkxa alhnals. Tba "Klsht Can", aa Ha work whila roaaVapB. It sal sraoon aniSjaaa, basal local alseharsaa, whila th aeatoratrr, setaiil, viral smews visor aa ambttioa. entldswawaaapiuasos. brnwiDf shoot renewed strenslh. vlfor. and enarsr. Take Dr. Sboop'i aaMoratlTa-4kbMiarUol4-aa final tonle toLtrtm. lor positive local helKM as wall a doubt that th outrage wa ooramitt- ted bv th aolaiara. Tha aanntnrlal " ? aeainKtaa also and th Penrooe Court- martial 1 urfad to oom to Btowbs- vfll and make a thorough Investiga tion. 'o ?j. Slioon' 1M Guro; Coel Robber Inrtacoit, Mo. Macoa, Mo, March II. Three msa wearing mask entered the Wabask pasaeager station waiting room short ly after the Berth boned pasaeager trala eteared the yards at I o'elocP Monday morning. Th night operator, Jesse Joyce, had gone to hi hucheoa. Two coal miner who were la the siting room were searched and or dered to at and ever ta a corner. The robber the blew opes th safe, s curing about 104. ly lame. He wa sent to the Philip pine and commanded the second brig ade at San Fernando, Pampanga, in Luzon In 1901 and 1902, the closing day of th Philippine insurrection. Returning to America he became oom- mander of the department of the Mis souri with headquarters at Omaha. When the Cuban difficulty arose Geo, Wlnt waa placed m charge of organis ing the first expedition. This managed so admirably aa to cause the general staff to record a formal ap preciation of hi effort. At New port New Geo. Wlnt suffered aa at tack of what was reported at the time to be ptomaine poisoning and h never regained hi health. He was still suffering from the after-effects of this when sent to Havana to re lieve Gen. Bell of the oommand of th American forces In Cuba. Soon afterward his symptoms became acute and he wa relieved by Gen. Barry last month and ordered home for treatment The death of Genera) Wlnt will cause Colonel Charles B. H'-to be made a brigadier general at once in stead of waiting until the retirement of Brigadier General Walter T. Dug- gan, April 11. The naOHror uoionei Hall was sent to the senate and con firmed for rank of brigadier general March 2, but he waa to be promoted on the retirement of General Duggan fn April. General Wlnt was one of the few Civil war veteran In the active ser vice. He was scheduled for promo tion to major general the coming sum mer and was to Jump Brigadier Gen eral Funston, who was made a briga dier general fourteen months ahead of. him. Colonel Goethals would sueoeed Mr. Stevens as chairman of the Isthmaln Canal Commission and Engineer-In- charge of the canal work on April L When Colonel Goethals becomes chairman by promotion from th grade of commissioner there will be a vacancy in the commission which will be filled by the appointment of Former Senator Joseph C. 8. Black burn of Kentucky. A chairman. Colonel Goethals will receive a salary of 116,000 annually; Major Calllard and Slbert and Civil Engineer Bos ses u 114,000 each and Dr. Gorgaa, Jackson Smith and Mr. Blackburn 110,004 SIobjvs Linimervt ooreinroat.omtlNeck Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all Dealers Price 25c 50& 61.00 Sent- Free "Sloan's Book nn hWcac J Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry IAddresa Ur.Larli. Sloan ,615 Albany St" Boston.Mass. Btitte Printer Return to Work. Butte, Mont, March 13. The dif ferences between the newspaper pub lishers and the members of the Typo graphical union were settled Friday night by the printers voting to return to work at the publisher's terms. The adjustment wa brought about by John Baker, national orgnlser, acting under direction of President Lynch of the In ternational Typographical union. ' To Prevent Smuggling Immigrant. ' Washington, March J. rank P. Sargent commissioner general of im migration, la en route to Galveston and New Orleans to Investigate the Immigration situation along th Mexi can border and In the South. While at Galveston he will oonslder further measures to reduce the smuggling of Immigrants across the Mexloan fron tier. Soclallct Defeat In Wlsoonain. , Madison, Wis.. March 21. The leg islature Friday killed the municipal ownership bill of the aodanets, which Labor's Do.-nands Burden. New york, March 22. In h(s annna) provides for publlo operation of the utilities which may be condemned when once put In the hands of a re ceiver by the ooarts. The bill the test of strength of the socialists, and only the socialists voted In Its fa vor, report to the stockholders of the Texas ft Pacific railroad Wednesday, President George J. Gould pointed out that of the Increase of 11,664,767 In operating expenses, 64 per cent repres ented the Increased cost of labor an fuel. Mr. Gould added that the labor question in the southwest contmurp to present a serious problem as It doe all over the oountry and that the demands of labor are growing a bur den which it is more difficult to car ry from year to year. 'In 1897 I had a stomach disease, Some physicians said Dyspepsia, some Consumption. One said I would not live until Spring. For four years existed on boiled milk, soda bisouits, and doctors' prescriptions. I could not digest anything I ate; then picked up one of your Almanacs and t bappened to be my life-saver. bought a fifty-oent bottle of KODOL and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy. In two months I went back to my work, as a machinist, and in three months I was well and hearty. May yon live long and prosper." C. N. Cornell, Roding, Ga.. 1906. The above is only a sample of the great food that is daily done everywhere by odol For Dyspepsia. It is sold here by Townsend, the druggist. HEALTH Is fully restored by the great alterative and tdnio, Hood's 8arsaparilla, and yon remember the old saying.-health IS WEALTH- First published In Abilene Weekly Reflector March 21,1907. Notice of Appoir. taient- STATU Of KANSAS, I ... ' Dickinson County, In tbe matter or the estate of Matthew Bo land, deceased, late of Dickinson Uounty, Kansas. Notice Is hereby given that on the 15th day of March A. D. U07, the under signed was by the Probate Uourt of Dickin son OoDntv. Kansas, duly aoDolnted and qualified as exec'ttor of last will and testa ment of Matthew Boland. deceased, late of uickinson cioonty, liansaa. aii parties in terested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. Fathick Boahuw. Executor of last will and testament of Matthew Boland. S. 8. Smith, Attorney. First published, in Abilene Weekly Re flector, March 14, 10071 Notioe to Non-Eesidenta. . In the Dlstrlot Court of Dickinson County, Stale of Kansas. Melvln B. Sword, Plaintiff, vs. " " Jededlah Mills, his unknown heirs, devisees, admlnlstratora, executors and trustees and O. W. Oarpenteer, Defendants. rhe defendants above named, the said Ja- dediab Mills, his unknown heirs, devisees, administrators, executors and trussees, and G. W. Carpenter, are hereby notified that they have been sued by tbe plaintiff Melvln B tjwGrd, in the District Uonrtof Dickinson County, state of Kansas and that they must answer the petition of said plaintiff on or before 1he20th davof Anrll. A. D. 10D7. f,r tha same wit be tuken as true and Judgment ren dered against them quieting the title of tbe plaintiff In and to the following described real estate situated In Dickinson County, State of Kansas, to-wit: Tbe east one-half tVil of the southeast quarter iH) of section thf rty-one (31) and the southwest Quarter (Ml of section thirtv-two 32), all In township eleven (II), south of range mree isj ease or tne pixm principal menoian; And forever barrios the defendanta and each of them therefrom. In witness whereof I have hsteunto latmr hand and affixed mv official seal this fltb dav of March, A, D. ltUT. N. Cot., (SEAL) liters oi uistrict court. Mblvin B Sword, 27-3 By C. 0. Townir, his attorney. First published In Abilene Weekly Reflector March , 1907. Notioe of Appointment. STATE OP KANSAS, I ... Dickinson county, Tn the matter of the estate of C. F. Kofi-ler. deceased, late of Dickinson County, Kansas: Notice la herebr aiven that on the 14th dav of March A. D. 1807, the nndersbrnsd was by the Probate Court of Dickinson Oountv, Kan sas, dnly appointed and qualified as adminis trator of the estate of 0 F, Kogler, deceased, late of Dickinson County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly, f RIPEHIUK H.UUI.BK, Administrator. California Railroads Blocked, Los Angeles, March 22. For the first timme In ten years all rail com munlcatlon from San Francisco and the north was revfrel Thursday as a result of t'. e floods and consequent washouts and landslide. The gen eral railroad situation 1 disastrous In he extreme. All three trans-Continen tal tines are affected Southern Pacl flc. Salt Lake aV Santa Fe the J as! named, however, suffering the least" Governor Need Not Pay Rent Lincoln, March 22. The state su preme court Thursday handed down a decision to the effect that Oovernoi Sheldon need not pay $100 a month rent for the use of the executive man ion as a place of residence. The suit wa brought by th attorney gen eral, at th request of th governor to determine s much discussed que tlon of whether or not a free house fot th governor 1 not equivalent to glv Ing him a requisite forbidden by the constitution. Hill Will atay With It, St, Paul. Mlna, March 22. James J Bill, said Thursday night there war ao troth in the statement that he wat about to retire from th presidency at tha Great Northers railroad . American Mill Bag toltn. Part, March 2L Aa Americas mall bag, tb contents of which r valaed at approximately 1400,000, has been stores. The theft occurred either oa board a steamship running between New York and Barv r be tween, Harv and Par). ' Must OUve Up th Land. Washington, March 21. Steps are now nnder way In the general land of- floe to cancel th proofs by whioh Governor Coe I. Crawford of South Dakota obtained possession of cap tain publlo lands In that atate. Thla statement was made Wednesday by Seoretary Garfield of tha Department of the Interior, called forth by th charge against Governor Crawford re cently published In the congressional record by Representative Mann of nilnel. Tha secretary say criminal prosecution are now barred In this transaction by th statute of limita tion and aU that can be done I to rectors the land to th publlo domain. Qullty of Kidnapping and Murder, Elisabeth City, N. C, March 21. The jury In the can of Joshua Har rison, charged with the kidnapping and murder of Kenneth Beasley the nine-year-old son of Former State Sen ator Beasley Wednesday night ren dered a verdict of guilty. Ruling Against Standard Oil. Chicago, March 22. Th Standard On company, In Its trial before Judge Landl on a charge of accepting re hate from th Chicago ft Alton rail way. Bet with defeat Thursday oa nearly every hand. Every ruling of tha eourt balked th effort of th company' attorney to bar technical svldeac on which the government's case, la oxnctfia.lkv based. first published in Abilene Wee'kly Reflector March 21, 1807.1 flotice of Appointment. STATE OF KANSAS, I , Dickinson county, In tha matter of the estate of William H. Elliott, deseaaed, late of Dickinson County, Kansas. Notice la herebv riven that on the 18tb dav of March, A. D., 1907, the undersigned was by the Frobau court of Dickinson county, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as executors of the will of William H. Elliott deceased, late of Dickinson County, Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice snu laTWO buenisoives auuuruiuKij. RIAH-'HA A. ELLIOTT, William d. Elliott, 88-8 Executors. (.First published In Abilene Weekly Re flector March 7, 1907.1 Legal Notioe- In the District Court of Dickinson county. state of Kansas. M. M. Wenger, Plaintiff. vs. Augusta Molander and Louis Mdlander, Defendants, To Augusta Molander and Louis Molander above named defendants. . You are hereby notified that the above named plaintiff Id. M. Wenger, has filed suit against you in the District Court of Dickin son County, State of Kansas, asking for a correction of the deed which Is recorded In book 6, page 682 In the office of the register of deeds In Dlcklosoo County, State of Kan sas, to read M. M. Wenger Instead of W. W. Wenger and asking that you be barred from all right, tl le and Interest In and to the fol lowing described property situated In Dlck-lnt-on County, State of Kansas te-wlt: The west half of the northwest quarter and all of the northwest Quarter of the south west quurter laying north of the Kansas . Pacific division of the Union Pacific Railroad trunk all in Si ctlon U. Townshlo la. Ranire 2 eaatof the 8th principal meridian; that un less you answer or demur to said petition on or before the 29tb day of April. 1907, said petition will be taken as true and judgment ret dered furalnst vnu as nraved for therein. correcting said deed so as to read M. M. Wen ger and barring you from all right, title and interest in and to said premises or any part thereof. at. at. WENOER, Plaintiff. By 8. 8. Smith, his attorney. 5-4 First published In the Abilene Weekly de flector March 01, 1807. Notioe of Appointment STATE OF KANSAS, Dlaklnson County, j In the matter of the estate of Herman Schlessner, deceased, late of Dickinson County, Kansas. Notice Is herebT Brleu that on the 90th day of Marco, a. u. iwi, tne unaeragnea was oj tne rrooate court oi uickidsud wuuiy, natx- uai rlnl unnnlntAil and nllfcHflfid M executor Oi toe estate neraiatu c:iiio-sur i , uacMcu, laitA nf nitr.riimn Gonntv. Kansas. All parties Interested In said estate will take notice ana govern menisci toj mwiruiupiij. Fxecutor. .First published la the Abilene Weekly Re flector March n, MOT. Publication Notioe. In the District Court of Dickinson County, Bute of Kansas, Godfrey O. Buhrer, PlalstJf , a. Lewie Farley, his unknown heirs nt law, d Tteeee, administrators, executors ana trustees, Defendants, To Defendant Lewis Farley and his unknown Heirs, ueTisesa, AamuistraHin, atieeaKtn and Tiwstees: Tab nrl auh vf vnn am herabw notified that yon have been sued by plaintiff In the abore entitled court and cause and that yon and each of yon must answer plaintiff's peti tion lied herein against yon, on or before tbe Ird day of May, Ittff, or It will be taken an werinf, and rodrment of the following na ture will be taken against any ana all of yon so In default as aforesaid; that you will be Karswwt fmm tvll Harht. title aa4 latemi la and to tbe following described real estate H- I uattd In Dickinson Ooanty, Kansas, to-wit: ttta two. three fi. all and seven 1LLI.I) la section tneesXltV, In towabtp tbtrteendD, range three (S) eaatof 4th Pi-tadi) Meridian, and that tbe title to said land will be forever quieted la eaid plaiatiff. UoDfUT O. Br warn. By his Attorn. Plaintiff, First published In the Abilene Weekly Re flector, March 7, 1007.1 ' Notioe of Final Settlement! STATE OF KANSAS, County of Dickinson, 1 In the Probate Court of said county. In the matter of the Estate of Samuel Zook, Deceased. To all creditors and other persous Interest ed In said estate: You are hereby notified that at the regular March term of the Probate Court In and for said county, to De held at the probate judge's office. In Abilene. In said county, on tbe 80th day of March, 1907, being the fifth Saturday In saia montn oi uarcn, i win e tlement of said estate. I make final set- Aaroh O. Zook. Elizabeth 6. Zook, Executors. First published In the Abilene Weekly Be Hector March 7, 1907.1 Exeoutor's Sale- In the Probate Court of Dickinson County, State of Kansas. In tbe matter of the estate of Margaret Land- dergan, deceased. Notice la herebv riven that I. Patrick tin. tan, executor of the last will and testament 8th day of April, aaia aav at tne i In tbe City of Abilene, Dickinson Count, at ten o'clock a. m. nf e front door of tbeCoart Bouse of Margaret Landergan , deceased, will on the I, IWi, s. Uickinson fA.untv- State of Kan aw, sell at public aale the fol lowing described real estate el tasted in Dick inson Oountv, State of Kansas, to-wlt: Lot one (1), in block one (1), in Sbeeran's second aa anion to tne uicy or unapman, uickinson county, Kansas, and lots four, five, six, seven and eight (4, i, s, 7 and 8) In block six () In 8 hee rail's second addition to the City of uoapmaD, uickiopob maiij, aaneas, ana lot two (t) In section fourteen fH) and lot one lO JOT ;i). In section fifteen (15). 1 let eleven ll in section ten flo) and the aoutheaatauartep of tbe southeast quarter of section tea (10) and let seven (7) tn section eleven (11) with the exoeotlon of astrlnof land of uniform width off tbe north end of said lot seven (T) and said southteat quarter of the southeast quarter of section ten (10 containing five and eighty ooe-hundredtbs (I 80-100) acres, all of said and being la township thirteen (II), range thread) east of the ttn Principal Meridian. Bald land will be sold to the highest bidder for caah. Witoeea my hand this 7th day of March, tw D. 1907, fl TSIOK BCAWUW. E ecu tor of the last will ana feel smart of Margaret Lentisrgaa, oeceaeea. 8, ft. Mm, M-i Attorney. O .JL V O XI. X .A. To)E'S L Tb Orlrlnal Laisrrr CsWfh Svnr contain!. Hoary ad Tr. B Impnmmim rm ill ComA, lac ti Broaciual Rnacdxa. Picas. s tlx ti pni alit Mr WW aa (. AU , trrvM coaniamt siptaw eenajtpar bowl. B' I """ Hwv 4 T !- aa1 amaiaa . riwpar. fc PS(-UU MEDiv4.se OnrAM. 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