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ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOa ABILEJfE, KANSAS, NOVEXBEE 14, 1907
, A UST OF GOOD -, . . , . . . l::::it:i tefcl CvSm f:r Sale Cbsp Singer, V. 8., new tyl. good a new..:, ',,., . ,k . ..' .... 2.0U Standard, goodueew. ....... , JPW Singer, high arm, slightly used ... ' New Crown, high arm, good shape 10.00 All the above1 machines guaranteed from I to 6 years. - - ; - New Royal drop heed, only need 4 year, no very good, not rneranteed .... ......... .....'. i V . : '..' 8.00 Singwi rd Bddle bed, been uud 38 yeare and In good ehape, euaranteed 6 year. i .-,:)., . j .'. ..(..,,...,. 1 will renthew maohlnei at tfc,00 per month, . ., All klndi Of repair work done on pianos, organs, sewing machines, music , bora ana graBhonbooea-all work guaranteed. -'..' - ; ' SINGER OFFICE, 310 N. 5PBTJCE ST., ABILENE ,j . O- B. SHERLOCK. Manager. U 10 00 CORN CROP RETURNS. NATIONAL HOTEL ' BCUTHSIDE, ABILENE KANSAS , , - " J. A. FOKSTER.;Prorv, . y, Makes a Specialty of Farmers Patronage It, MEALS 20 CENTS LATEST. RETURNS - Few Change Had la Election Re- ... .u j i. V t suit a vuLiuinu m uiun j j pjpatcht. j i ; ' MARYLAND IS CEr.:3CP.ATIC Victory Achieved by Anti-Graft Lead ere In San Francleoe Waa Over-: whelming Johnson's Plur-" " allty 9,31 In Cleveland. New York, Nov, 7. Additional re . turns received through the night aac Wednesday moraint conllrm the e eral result already announced ana clear up gome of the double In close ly contested elections. The mala re suits, as now established, are a fol . -Iowa: Gov. Oulld of Massachusetts hae Increased his plurality to about ivo.uuu against w,nv in isuo, iu entire state ticket and both branches of the legislature are republican. 01 the two democratic candidates Henrj M. Whitney strongly outran Charles t W. Bartlett, the latter falling far D low Thomas In Hlagea, candidate ol the Independence league. - Maryland has elected the democrat ic candidate for governor. Judge Aus tin L. Cro there, and the entire demo - cratlo state ticket oy about 7.000 pin- valltv : TIm larlalatura la nnnnrentlv democratic fc Ex-Gov. Smith carried the primaries for the long term In the United States senate, and Senator 4 William Plnckney Wtryte 1 assured , of the abort term. Rhode Island has re-elected Gov. James H. Hlgglna, democratic candi date for governor, whose plurality reaches 2,307, against 1,000 since 1904. The general assembly is republican In both branches, ensuring the return of George Peabody Wetmore to the United States senate. Kentucky has elected the entire) re publican ticket, headed by Augustus E. Wilson for governor, by majorities ranging from 5.000 to 10,000. .The Kentucky legislature will have a dem- ocratlc majority on Joint ballot and probably will elect Gov. Beckham to the United States senate. The New York results, city and state, remain as reported. Justices Ed' ward T. and Wlllard Bartlett, Jolat democratic and republican nominees, being elected a Justices of the court of appeals, and the Tammany ticket In New York county having a plural ity over the Independence league-re- puciican TOtnon csnaiaaiea. Frlsce Antl-Orsfters Win. San Ftanetsco. Nov. 7. The elee !lon in tils city Tuesday proved a veritable landslide for the anti-graft ' leaders, and returns from every pre cinct so far received ahow that the good government ticket baa been overwhelmingly elected from top to bottom. Johnson Victory Over Burton. Cleveland, O., Nov. 7. Complete re turn give Johnson, democrat. - for mayor. 48.13; Burton, republican, 3B.02H. Johnson's nluraltty 1,313. The entire democratic ticket was elected with the exception of police clerk. New Jersey Reeetts, ' Trenton. N. J, Nov. 7. Returns are coming alowly, but the present Indi cation are that J. Franklin Fort, re publican, I elected governor by about 8.000 plurality. , Fusion Lose In Nebraska. Lincoln. Neb. Nov. 7. Return re ceived at an early hour Wednesday morning Indicate that the republicans have carried the state by a majority of abent 20,000. . The Cincinnati Vets. Cincinnati, O, Nov. 7. Full return of Tuesday's ejection give Markbreit, republican, for mayor, a clear major ity over his four opponents of. 8,171. NATIONAL BANK WANTS A President Stlckney Think Present - . Condition Arc Absurd. Government Haa $127,170,054.64 Ae- , tual Cash Locked Up While Busl , - i res la Paralyzed for Want of It, ' ': Bt Paul, Minn., Nov. 7. President A. B. Btickney, of the Chicago Great Western Railway company, In a pub lished Interview advocate, national bank In which the government shall deposit Its treasury fund. He said Th offldal reports of the United State treasury abowa that on last Thursday, October ; 31, there : Was locked up in the sub-treasuries, idle and useless, the normous sum ol 1127,170,057.64 of actual cash, while all the banks In all the reserve cltle ol the United States has suspended cash payments and the movement of the crop had stopped and laborer are compelled to accept checks tor wages Instead of cash, all for want of cur rency, which want of currency the New York banks are trying to relieve by importing about $30,000,000 of gold, or about onenjuarter of the amount held In the treasury Idle and useless. "Can any syetem of government banking be conceived which would produce more absurd results? "Lef ua have a national bank which 1 not only good enough for the pea pie. to deposit their money In, hut Is also good enough for the government to deposit its money in." Engllch Strike Averted. Lon'on. Nov. 7. The anticipated railroad strike trr-usbout Great Bri ttle. t'j idea of which caused so r'tch con-era to the British public. p bea averted by an agreement crafted by David Lloyd George, presi dent of the board of trade and signed at a late hour Wednesday evening by the chairman of the principal rail mad t mpaoi and the rirota t! cf the Am'TaOitl Society of CURRENCY LAWS NEEDED. Commercial Bodies of Western Cltle Wlr the President Regarding Congressional Action, St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 7. The ToT lowing telegram In which the St. Jodeph Business Men's league, Kan sas City Commercial club, Bt. Louis Business Men's league and Chicago Association of Commerce, united, was sent to President Roosevelt and Sec retary Cortelyou Wednesday: "Believing that prompt legislative measures should be adopted to pre vent repetition of present financial conditions, we, the undersigned com mercial organizations Tespectfully and earnestly urge that currency leg islative matters be considered at the coming session of congress.7 .. Telegrams were sent to commer cial organisations hi CO ther cities urging them to take similar action, Into Handa of Reeenrer. North Adams, Mass., Nov. 7. Hen ry E. Wagner, of Boston, was appoint ed receiver of the Arnold Print Works of this city, one of the largest textile concerns In the country, Vy the United State circuit court at Bol ton Wednesday. The corporation la liabilities of f8,S00,0M and asset esti mated at 815,000,000. Of the ttattn tles f 4,600,000 is represented try nromlssory notes and obligations to bank. The corporation la declared to be solvent, but owing to the strin gency of the money market v obliged to have a receiver appointed In. order to conserve Its Interests. The mills and print works have been do ing an Immense business and accord In c to the receiver will continue to operation. The print works and allied mills employ f.000 hands. Purity Congress Closed. Battle Creek, Mich. Nov. 7. The National Purity congress that con vened here October II closed Wed nesday night and announcement was made that on Friday a voter's club would be organised la this elty to make a purity campaign along the line brought out by the congress. The closing sessions were marked by addresses by U L. Pickett, of Louis ville, recently a candidate for gov ernor of Rentscky, and Bolton Hall of New York City. Mr. Pickett advo cated a national prohibition law and predicted that the wave of prohibition that has swept over the South would soon reach the North. An Iowa Bank Rsehed. Baraum. Ia. Nov. 8 Bate blower, blew ap the safe of the Stat hank here Tbarsdsy night after terrorUInt the dtfitens. They were scared sway however, before tby soccoeded Sa se cu-i- t anr lara mmm General Average Slightly Lea Than Lait Year'a. . Special to th Reflector 1 ' - ' ' ' Kama City, Nov, 8. Report to the department of agrloulturo .give production of eorn a yield of t,6oS. 731,000 bushels; average 26 bushel an aore, compared 80.8 In 1906. General average-a to quality la 82. ( compared with 89.1 last year, . y- A Job for Joyne. Washinotoh, Nov,' 8. -Secretary Root announced today that David Jayne Hill, American minister to the Netherlands and former assistant secretary of state, 1 named ambassa dor to Berlin, to succeed Towner, who retire on account ot ill, health. . MISS LOEB DIES, SUDDENLY. Former Enterprise Young Woman Paaaea Away at Junction City. Mia Nina Loeb, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Loeb, died at Ju notion City November 9, aged 19 year. She was born in Enterprise where the family lived until two year ago. Nina was a bright girl and was popular with all. She was graduated at tha Junotlon City high school last June. Her Illness lasted but three weeks and death oame un expectedly, when it waa thought she was recovering. Mis Loan leave be sides the parents, three listers, His Sadie Loeb, Mrs. W. Miller, Junotlon City and Mr. Ethel Taylor. Mr. J. E. Johntz of this oity 1 her cousin. Funeral servioe were held at Junction City at 11 ' o'olock Friday and the body waa taken to Enter prise for burial where services were held at p. m. ". , ' ' 1 ,' Yon Needn't keep on feeling dis tressed after eating, nor belching, nor experiencing nausea between meals. Hood's sarsspamia cures aypepia it strengthens the stomach and other digestive organ for the proper per- formance of their funouon. lake Hood'. . . . District No. 68. Report for month ending Nov. 1, 1907. Those neither absent nor tardy are: Henry, . Maggie ana anna Friedll, Gerhard Mueller, Harvey and Clarence Schmidt, 1 Louise Walder, Harry Benjamin and Herbert Wuth-now.- Those ranking one In their re spective grades are: first grade. Edna Wuthnow; second grade, Lillie Ihde; third grade, Louif-e Walder; fourth grade, 'George Piper; sixth: grade, Irnia Hoffman. Total enroll ment 19. Average attendance 14.9. Mabel E. Pray, teacher. BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN : MERCURY, as mercury will surely oeatroy xne sense ot smell and completely de range the whole system when enter Ing It through the mucosa surfaces. Such article should never be used except on prescription from rep utable physicians as the damage they do is ten fold to tne good you can possible derive from them. Hall' Catarrh Cure, mansdaeAnred by P. J. Cheney A Co, Toledo, 0-nrtalns no mercury, and 1 taken fcrtiernauy, act ing directly upon the Wood and mucous surface of the system, in buvina Hall's Catarrh Care tie sure you get the genuine. It Is taken In. ternally and made In Toledo, Ohio, br F. J. Cheney Co. Testimonials free. Sold by all druggist. Price, 75c per bottle. Take Half1 famly Pills for constipation TsrrrfJesl. You may well be terrifed, when yon first susnect that mama Tlettm of chronic dyspepsia or Uver and towel trouble. These disease always go fron) bad to worse, unless cheeked In Dme by the only safe and sure laxative medicine for dyspepa' that yon get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sold by all druggist at 50e.cd 11.00. Mon ey back If it fail. C ASTOR I A Im IaJknU ana Children. Hi ilzi Tea Esti A!w2jt Ert Do you know that Plnesalve Car- boUsed acta like a poultice la draw ing out mflammatloa and poiaoo? It aaUseptio. For eats, burn, ecse- ma, cracked hands K Is Immediate relief. (Se. Sold by C F. Town lend To feel strong;, hav good appetite and dlgesllos, eieep soundly aoC en joy life, ase Burdock htooi Bitter, U great system toaie aad builder. HtALTH I totty natored try the great alterant and tonic, flood's Saraapantla, and roe remember the ti saying.-keJU IS WEALTH LOOKED AT WHEAT FIELDS? If Yon Want to See Something Pretty Go Out in the Country. - If you have not beea out la the country for three or four week you ought to take advantage bf the fin weather and good road and do so. The wheat field were never so beauti ful at this time of year as they are now. ; They are one rich carpet of greet without a bar or yellow spot and they have been so thoroughly soaked since sowing that they are In the best possible condition. If there Were suoh a thing, Dickinson County wheat might be estimated at 110 per cent ol perleot today. : The promise for another big crop Is very bright. UNION PACIFIC BACKS UP. Train No 109 and 110 to Remain for Present The Union Pscifio will not discon tinue passenger train No. 109 and 110 8unday a it had determined to do. A bulletin was received here this morn ing oanoellng time table No. 84 which wal issued to go into effeol Sunday and under whioh there was no pro vision for the operation of the Juno tlon City-Ellis plug ' train. A new time table has been issued called time table No. 85 and this shows that the train will be continued a heretofore. WALKERS MADE THE TRIP , .... . Four at Salina at 2 p. nt. With Other Following After. Special to ta Reflector. . Salina, Nov. 9 Four Abilene boys Ben Reese, Harry Minor, Dick Betts and Bruoe Hurd, reached here at 2 o'clock thla afternoon, having walked from Abilene tinea 7 a. ' m. They say they had a fin trip and en joyed it. raul jolley ana tteroeri Schlvely who started with them fell behind at Sand Spring but ar sup posed to be the way. All will come home on this evening's train. School Report of DUt No. 34. i Beport of Garfield tobool, Dial. No. 84, for second month ending Nov. 1: Number of pupil enrolled 19, average daily attendance 16. Those neither absent nor tardy during the month are George Shirack, Fred Miller, Carl Meek, Henry Shirack, John Millet-, Grace Buohenau, LeKoy Meek and Mary Miller. Visitors are always wel- oome. , Anna tmig, teaoner. ,. ! Had a Slumber Party. MUs Lilllin Reedstrom entertained a dozen girls at a slumber party at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. E. Coulson, last night. They bad a fin supper, a noisy ana qeiigntiui even' ing that lated until S a. m., walk before a good breakfast and altogether a - visit lonir to be remembered. All slept in one room on mattresses p'aced Bide by side on the floor. , Had a Riley Program. A very interesting James Whitcomb Riley program was given , by , the Seventh grade of the Garfield school Friday ' afternoon. Miss Faircbild the teacher, read several selections from Riley and the students spoke pieces and gve recitation and dia logues all from Kiley. Mrs. Young, the music tea her, sang "There Little Girl, Don't Cry," and a quartet furn ished music.' ' - ' ' I asked her hand, she ssid to me. Think you that I your wife would oc, Your health is gone, your system wrone. Go 'drink some Hollister' Rocky Mountain lea. Towneend, the druggist. Prof, Bigfsrt to Leave. Chapman, Nov. 8 Prof. JL Biggard, who haa beea for the past three year altaat principal of the Dickinson county high school, has resigned, having beea offered a posi tion as eaabier la the estate Bank of Llnwood, aad will leave for there at the end of the fall teres, about Dee. 1. Prof. Btggart ha a large Bomber of friends la Chapman, who will be sorry to lose him and hi family. Walking Around the World. Frans Rmanuel Klvika of Finland, ss in town this morning walking westward. He claims to have started frosa San Francisco three year and sevea month ago and to hav walked 17,000 mile since, making hi way around the world and on all contin ents. He gets the certificate of the nltv elerk and aaavor at each towa aad expect to ret tl.000 and a farm when be get to rnseo Jan. 1st. makes a eat bet that he won't, but it it is a better story that way. For Sale. A black snare, weight about 1x00 10 year old next spring, ta foal by Jack, good for work or breeding pur purpoeea. Inquire of Lewis Hayes or Dr. Hsye t his office. 1-tf Withstood Other Treatment . But Quickly -Cured by Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. : "Last winter I caught a very severe oold which lingered for weeks," say J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My cough waa very dry and harsh. The local dealer recommended Chamber Iain' Cough Remedy and guaranteed it, so I gave It a trial. One small bot tle of it cured me. I believe Cham berlain' Cough Remedy to be the best I have ever used." Thl remed 1 for ale by all druggists. , Trial Catarrh treatment ar being mailed out free, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Baoine, Wis. These test ar peeving to the people without a penny's cost the great value of thl solent I no prescription known to drug gist everywhere, is Dr. Shoop'i Catarrh Remedy. . Sold by all dealers. The finest 'eoffe substitute ' ever made, has recently been produced b; Dr. Shoop of Raoine, Wis. Yon don hav to boll it twenty or thirty min ute. 'Made in a minute" says the dootor. "Health Coffee" I really the olosest coffee Imitation ever yet pro duced. Not a grain of real ooffee in it either. Health ooffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grains, with malt, nuts, etc. Really it would tool an expert were ne so unknowingly drink it for ooffee. Bel- knap o) Roomer. .j A lazy liver lead to ohronlo dys pepsia and eon stl nation weaken the whole nvntem Doan's Reculets (28 oent per box) correct the liver, tone the itomacn, cure oonstipauon. Don't worry about 1 your kidney when you can obtain 80 days treat ment of Plneule tor 11.00. These little globule bring relief In the first dose. Baokaohe, Lumbago and Rhea-; matiun yield quickly. It not aatlsfled your money refunded, Thl I a fair offer: you can't lose. Bold by C. F. Townsend. ..! " 1 ' I l : I OCX It's the J V-ViUf.1 Tour skin hould be clear aad bright if your Uver I in normal con dition. Dadea Little Liver Pill act on th liver; and headache, consti pation and biliousness disappear Price 25. Bold by 0. F. Townsend It I claimed Indigestion 1 (he Na tional disease. That' why th de mand for Ring Dyspepsia Tablet keep Increasing because they do the work. Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, Indigestion, bloating, etc., yield quick ly. Two days treatment free. Ask your druggist about them. Sold by C, longer fear croup, cold or whooping F. Townsend. 9 Secret of Baking Success You can deDend on Lee Baking Powder tomakeyourbakingllght, delicious and wholesome as can be made. , It'a pure and It makes all flour foods puro. 6-oi. cant 10c 9 " " 15o 18" 25o 5-lb. " $1.00 Your grocer sells it , And many other things in the Una of V Disc TrViArk ee lrimtivvef Theyare all Pure, Whole some, Dellciousand Most Eoonomloal to use. . COUPONS ARS VALUAM.I Your oholee of Over Two Thousand Premium ft 8BFsT DirVMliATa V 0 0 0 0 0. 9 0 0 0 0 0 V A. M offered for them. f RAILWAY TIME TABLES. Union Pacif io For Bale or Trade. Komtaa Stallion. J. K. Bairr,' 7-S Solomon R. g. D. 1 It I a well known fact that persons living in the pine forest do not ut ter from kidney diseases. On dose ot Plneule at night usually relieve backache. 30 days' treatment (1.00. Your money refunded If not satisfied. Sold by C. F. Townsend. To cure a cold first move th bow els. Bee Laxative Cough Syrup act gently on th bowels, drive out the cold, clear th head. It' pleasant to take and mother highly recom mend it for cold, croup and whoop- log cough. Guaranteed to give satis faction or money refunded. Equally good for young and old. Bold by C. F. Townsend. ' Stomach troubles, Heart and Kid ey ailments, can be quickly correal ed with a perscripilou known to drug gists everywhere as Dr. Snoop's Re storative. The prompt and surpris ing relief Which thl remedy Immedi ately bring Is entirely due to Its Re. toraliqe action upon the controlling serves or tne stomacn, etc. now oy all dealers. Make Merry. Eat and make merry, but beware of evil conseqrencei if you have a weak stomach. Bettor prevent possible trouble by a dose of Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsin after an ' extra heavy meal K help to digest your food and quickly carries away all wast matter. Sure care for headache and consti pation. Sold by all druggist at 60c. aad tl.00. Money back If It falls. Mothers with little children need no cough. Bee Laxative Cough Syrup taste good. It work off th cold through the bowtl. cut th phlegm. dears th head. For young and old. Guaranteed. Secure a bottle at oaee. Sold by C. F. Townsend. Itch! Itchl Itch! Scratch) Scratch! Scratobl Th mor yon scratch tb won tb Itch. Try Dotn'i Oint ment. It cure pilee. ecsem, any skin Itching. All druggists sell it. . - wT sonvn, Ko. m, Limited ,S:2!D-"' Mo. m, Paoino OoKat...... IJp. Mo. 107, Hallos and K. C. Exp J-.10 p. m Mo. toe, J. o. a Bins Exp J a. m Mo. 1. Time Freight !;!?;-5 NO. UJ, Way Freluht a. m No, ICS. Way Freight :. Daily axeept Sunday, .-, - . aasT aouxo. ... No. lot, Limited No. 104, Atlantic Express No. 10. Salina and K. O. Express.. No. 110, J. a a Bills Exp Mo. 1M Time Freight , No. 1M, Way trrelKhl..... No. m Way Freight, . ,:a.ra 19:10 p. ss I 44 p. ra .S:10 p. m .: p, m :up.aa ,M p. m Book Island BAST BOVKD. No.SM, r-aiMnnr,., :ea ,.10:10 a, I .. S:lSp.l wasr BOUKO. No.WUMlxw No. m. Passenger 2 No. MS, MlMd Uitaa, m. Oonneetlomat Herlngton for and from aU Sainw south, Wlohlta, Kl Kono, Oklahoma Ity, Ft. Worth, El Haw and California, and all pu'"u HkM Sluuw ulty ("HoWi 8,1 LAU1I. Dally exoept Sunday. Santa Fe 1 HORTH BOUXO. No, KIT-Passenger., No. SW-MUed SOUTH BODSD. No. aoa-Pamier.. No.soe-MliMl No. au-Mlxd .. 8:00 a. ea .10:111 p. m ,.11 is a.m. ,.,9:0Cp,m. ,. (:lip.as.. SAUNA BRANCH, Departs. No,8IT-M1xed No. IltMlxnd No. KU-UUed , Arrives, No.BM-Mlxed M., lMMMIXHd.. No S20-Mled ll!Ua, All trains dally except Sunday, ,,(:Ma.B 13:00 p. n 4:0ip.n. ,7;la.a.. s:iu i ABILENE'S S00IETIE8 A m. ninRf.. flrMt .nd. third Mondav eve. nlng In Mh month at Maaonlo halL oorner Third and (Jedar, O. O. W.andt. W. M.-,J h. Worley.neiireuryi visiting brethian wal eome,, WOMAN'S RELIEF OORPS-Na (I rnesu altrnt r7ednedjir arte. iHmnsat:oo'elookln K of P. hull, Mrs, Harloa h. airu, prwiaent, mn. wu . Peters, seeretary. DOYAL ARCH MASONS-Oyrns Chants r No. ts, imwli In Maaonlo ballon the sec ond and fourth Fridays of each month. W W. Morse, H. P.i Joseph B. Kael, Saontary TRIPLE TIE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA TION Abilene Council No. 4S, meets on moo ml and fourth Thursday evenings of each month. V LI tors welcome. Mrs. O Brewer, preaiaent, 4oaa u. jtoyer mmrmrj fin published Is Ablleas Weekly Ee Sector Octobers!. U071 Sotioe of Appointment. STATE Or KANSAS, t. UKklnso ueusty, I - I th natterof th eslat of B. W. lloOoah, deceased, late of Dlcklaaea Oanaty.Kaiiaaa. SSI Notice Is harebr rlren that on tbe nth dar of October A. V. 1107, the endemlgned ra by the Probate C'oortof Dlcklown Oountv. Kea- as.da ly appointed and anallSed as executrix ef the estate if M. w. lata of rjicklaaon Oonotv. artle Intereaud la said estate will take aouoe ana govera tnemaeivM accorainaiy. 1-4 Executrix. McUoah. daoaaaad. Kaasaa. All Whea the stomach, heart or kidney nerve get weas, then these organ always fall. ln t arng tne stomacn, nor stimulate the heart or kidney. Test is simply a makeshift. Get a prescription known to druggist every wber Ur. Shoop s Kestors- tlv. j he ttestorative is preptrea ex- Sressly for those weak inside nervee. trengthen these nerves, build tbm up with Dr. Shoop' Restorative tablets or liquid od see how quick ly help will come. Free (ample teat sent on rquet by Dr. Shoop. Racine. Wis. Tour health Is surely . worth this simple test. All dealers. OA! TOTtl Jk. . is flmlMlmmwX$t (First pablbwad Is the Abllane Weakly Be. Sector Nov. 7, 1007.) , Publication Botioo. th the District Court of Dtckleeoa Coaaly, State of Kaasaa. Battle Oray, Plalatir, v. William Oral, Defendant. To William Gray: Ton are hereby notlSed that row nave beea aed In Uie Dlatnct Ooartof Dlcklosoa Oooa ty. Stale of Kanaee, by Haul. Oray, by bar itllloB filed asaluat yon la fa Id court on tbe ar of norenaer. a. u. hot, la an artloar therela pending In whlrh ana hi ptalDtls and rr.1 f torn run f- dffMtdaVOt ADd tfaftt JOU Bltlt ftQIVftp Mid prttito om cr be for ih ftatb dj of Uo- eeniMr, a. u. ivm. or ia at win m lAatra tva true and odrmBi noortc Uftiaat i dtmolrtaa tha nturlfaM coatrnvct b OA la) 1 1 tig bftWBB yOB U. Mid piftlRllff tst.J Sruunc bar M ihejolova 4rtrr frow for. td vritos for dirorcej ta bmefbw om V9 KMBda of ffoaa miimo1 dtv. B.TTlVOtUT. r 0. C. Tnmnrvwi, P.tuaUf . Bar Auorf. nr)m mj kivMl uM) ml tikto ft 6j r Hgrwvrf,teft, ai- D. JSV7. M UUL) " OH !. Crart of Om lMarrC. (.axtri.