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WHEN TIME FOR REDEMPTION
, County Treasurer's Offloe,
Bodge City, Kansas, MaroU 1. 1009.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
described lands and town lota remain unre
deemed from Tax Pale of September 4. 1906,
for dnllnouent taxes for the year of 1905, and
fin nrnvlded bv law.
, 8. P. MKTNOLDS, Treasurer,
... .... ford County, Kansas.
First published March 18, 1909.
Flret published Maroh 18, 1909.
ROAD NOTICE. ,
HAD ACCENT OF THE OLD 80 D.
To whom It may concern:
In pursuance of an order made by the
Board of County Commissioners of the
County of Ford In the State of Kansas, In
regular session on the 2nd day of Maroh A.
D. 1D09 notice Is hereby given that Frank
Trimpa, Chris Hennlng, peter Ackertnan,
Ben Tleben, Rudolph Scliulte, Henry A,
Hennlng, Mutt Konda, H. D. Scarbrough, G.
K. Matklu, Ernest Helland, O. Eastern, H. O.
Rodenbauuh. K. C. Dewell. O. E. Jenkins.
John Feintner and Lewis Pelntner, house-
To whom It may concern'
In pursuance of an order made by the
Board of County Commissioners of the coun
ty of Ford In the State of Kansas, in regular
session on the 2nd day of March, A. D. 1S09
notice Is hereby given that Henry Kllesen, D.
D. Wlntamute, if. A. Perkins, A. J. Imel. P. J.
Slattery, Wm. Slattery, J.J, Slattery, James
Slattery, JX.Brftddook, S, L. Plne.J. A. Speer,
J. W. Bnean, B. JC. Sbean, John Ackeiman, A.
Morrow, 0. 0. Slattery and R. J. Eshom,
Uiatsatd property vlll be conveyed to the I "J ',n,t y wnere jt ig proposed to lay ont and holders of said County, residing In the
purcnaser nniess reneemeu on ur ""'' " . establish the road below mentioned, have vicinity wnere it is proposed to layout ana
me of the amount of taxes, charges and In
terest calculated to the date of redemption 'A!' Subllo road In said County, as tlon.praylngthe laylnirout and establishment
follows! ' I of a publlo rod In said County, as follows:
Beginning at the northeast corner of loo-1 Beginning at the west bank of the Arkan-
tion 80, In township 28, range H, ana tnence sas river oeiween sections i ana is, in wu-
west on the section lines twelve miles, more ship 27, range SI : thence west on seotlon
or less between sections 18 and 80 In said lines between sections 1 and lsi, 2 and 11, 1
township 20, range 23; and sections 21 and and 10, 4 and 9, 6 and 8, 8 and 7, to and ter.
or. w .mi wmni nn 91 nnd sh. on ana S3. 19 minet ntr at thesouthweBt corner of section
and JO, In township 20, range) 23; and sections 6, In said township 27, ranee 21, and that
24 and 26, 23 and 2tt, 22 and 27, 21 and 28, 20 the board of county commissioners be and
and 29, to and terminating at the northwest act as viewers, and that they meet at west
corner of seotlon 29, In township 26, range bank of the Arkansas river lietweon sections
24 and that the Board or (jounty uomiuw i anu i muresaiu, un mo bui uuj wi iiiih,
ainnai.ai.il anil apt. vinwnra. urn! that thev A. D. 1909. at 10 o'clock a. tu.. and nrocoed
meet at the northeast corner of section 80, to view said road, and to give all parties a
in township M, range 22. on the 8th day of hearing. . . ..
April. A. D. 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m,, and pro. .Witness my hand, and the seal of said
oeed to view said road, and to give all County, affixed at my office in said County,
. ililh liL Jn Al 1 1 A Yt ruin
parties a hearing. . i,P ' 1 n". . "AjVAWiV
nnness my iittnu, aim iiub bc i. , . ,
County, affixed at my office In said County,
this itn aay of jaarcii, a. v. iw.
BBlL S. H. CONNAWAY.
1 County Clerk,
Lots 1, 2 and
27 25 21
27 20 28
84 26 23
$44 90 112 57
4S71 14 98
41 06 13 65
84 25 24 $19 94 S 7 10
22 26 26 27 88 7 45
8 81 ,
Hand 12 40
4 !9 26
in 87 28
15 27 24
4 73 219
7 60 223J
. 15 74
, : 7 85
Front Street Dodge City
9 18 8 36
46 58 17 73
Walnut Street Dodge City
Wes80ft.2O 29 81 8 89
East6ft,30 2 "8
Shlnn's Addition to Dodge City
NS0ft.of22 9 11 80 , 8C9
all of 21 ft I 1 '
Crawford's Addition Ford County, tans.
Published Maroh 18,1909.
I Tn Whom ft Ma Concern :
i in nursuance oi an oruer uiuue vy um
Board of County Commissioners of the
County of Ford in the State of Kansas, in
resular session on the 6th day of January A.
D 1909. notice Is hereby given that J. A,
First published March 18, 1909.
Tn nnrauanna nf an nrflAr TT1 P f 1 ft hV thfi I lf rt V r HT.... Tl.nn Tm
Board of County CommiBBloners of the Kuoeber . Hemy Scnroeder, Heury Knoeber,
County of Ford In the State Of Kansas, In
regular session on tne snauay oijnaruu, a
John Knoeber, Ed Demuth, H. J. Schnobel,
Knocn streicn, ueo, uomnan, u. iu. Mcn.ee
D. 1909 notice is hereby given that Joseph H B Kegnier, George Curt s, M, T. Keith. J
East A of
J. E. Van Vooilnfi Add. to Bpenrevme city;
East K of 0 21 )
: 7 su
7 24 1 09 837
l ord City
Ovnrlmlt. Wm. Mall, o b. Borntracer. J. K,
Smith. J. F. Humpy. 1). J. Trover. J. r.
Hunter, Peter Knepp, Simeon Overholt, A, s.
Sisson, H. C. Hudson, Lafe Smith, W. B
Barnes, 0. T. Cummings, L. A. Clevingcr, B,
H. Herman. L. O. Schultz. Hunrv Schultz,
houneholders of said County, residing In the
vlelnltv where it Is tironosed to luv out and
eataoiisn tne roaa oeiow menuonea, nave
presented to said board their certain petl-
It Is said to be a peculiarity , of th
Island of Montserrat Ahat the ne
groes speak In a rich Irish brogue.
This phenomenon la explained by
the fact that - In the seven
teenth century the colony wan peo
pled almost entirely by the Irish. In
The Cradle of the Deep" Sir Fred
erick Treves gives the following In
cident Illustrative of the care with
which this dialect has been preserved.
It Is quoted from Ober. ,
An Irishman fresh from Donegal ar
rives at Montserrat, and leaning over
the steamer's rail, addresses himself
In the following terms to a ooal-black
negro who has come alongside with
"Say, Cuffee, phwat'i the chance for
a lad aBhore?"
Good, yer honor, if ye're not afraid
of wurruk. But me name's not Cuf
fee, an', plase ye, it's Pat Mul-
"Mulvaney? And do ye mane to say
ye're Olrlsh?" ,
"The saints defend us I An' how
long hae ye been out here?"
"A matter of tin year or so."
"Tin year! An'yez black as me hat!
Save me soul, I took yea for a nay-
gur." Youth's Companion.
S. Clevlnger. N. J. Stutzman, J, H. Miller, J. I .ion nravlnu the lavinii out and establish
J. Hochntetler, Joel Wagler, p. r. uu- lment of a pulllo road in said County, as
more, luim uwucia nuu uuodwiv'- lioiiows: '
uulil Pniinl.tf rMlillfivln l.llA VlnlnilV Where It I ljnnntn nl (l,a nnLilmaal ftA-Ha. nt BDA.
"i ...i.iijr, . .nd ..- " -r". v.-v
is pruposeu iu iav uin nuu ",'"'"'"-" i tion 24, in lownsnip 'JO, range vsa, anu iroiu
dciow meniiuueu, unvo iiicroui i i tnenee souiii on section lines uirce nines o
board their ccrtuln petition, praying the tweun sections ii and 24, 25 and 20, 3T and 36.
laying out and establishment oi a puuut tl) nna terminating at tlie southwest corner
road In Baid County, as follows: of Bectlon 30, In snid township 25, range 22,
Beginning at the northwest corner oi sue- ttna tliut the Hoard of County Coinniissloners
tion 30, In township 29, range 22. from oe and act as viewers, and that thoy meet at
thenceeast on section lines five miles, be- the nortliwest corner of section 24. township
twKitn wrilniH Hi unil 311. 20 and 29. 21 ami 28, ,r, ........a nIA ni, iu r Anni A. I)
ii and 27, 23 und 20, to and terminating jit lll(')9 Ht )() 0-'c0Ck m and proceed to view
the northeast corner oi section zo, iu oum i 8ll(j rollUi ttj t0 g,ve ai prtrtliia a hearing,
township 29, range 22. .1 Witness my h'.nd, and the seal -of said
w Hereupon, me noaiu ui uuu v,.,... i coiutj, onii(i ki mj omce in saiu uouniy,
sloners uniting inn me suiu i)nfu. ti,iH iHt auy or Jlureu A, I). VMi
a. H. CONNAWAY,
Town of Buckiiit
1 ii m- 20 3S4
2 U 00 20 385
Lot.3t0l2U , 1 8" 6 3
1,2,8 il 2 80 81 896
In addition to ihe amountof taxes, charges
andlnteit'Bt uh aiuied in the above list, a
charge of thirty f80) cents on each tiaot of
land and fifteen (16) cents on each town lot
will be collected In paymcntof foes for listing
8. P. REYNOLDS;
Treasurer Ford County , Kansas.
First published March 4,1909
The State of Kansas to W.A.Stewart.GBKKTiNO
You will take notice that yon have been
sued by L. W. Urn Kg, as plaintiff, before
Pearl Trebllcock n Justice of the Peace with
in and for Dode CILV, Ford County, State of
Kansas, and that sMd cause Is set for trial
before said Justice u t his office in Dodge City,
Ford County, Kaumfi.on the 6th day of April,
1909, atao'clock p. m of said day: that on
the 16th day olof Rbruary, 1909, the above
named Justice of viie Peace issued an order
of attachment for the sum of $79.91, which
said order of ttttat limont has been levied
. upon certain guuua and hattels belonging
to you ; and uuii yon appear and show
oause why there vW bo rendered against you
at said time a
First Published March 13, 1909.
la ,i kn l.iiilu.l anil fiYl.imllAll ulolllf Ullll UP
i ..,-t..in ouctinn linna hh uhnve described,
did, in accordance with the provisions of
chapter 122 of the laws of 1878 as amended
and moutneu uy cnapier joj in iuo
1877 of the State of Kansas, make an ol der
and Instruct the County Clerk of Ford couti-
. nii... , trt loann T.im nhiiih lua, uuuub
i. ,.u.un ii,,,,. ii, iinunl will take final 1 To Whom It Mav Concern:
action and make Its final report upon said In pursuance of an order mnde by the
netltlon on the 6th day of April, 1909 and the Board of County Commissioners of the
road be declared established and ordered County of Ford in the State ol Kansas, In
opened unless, however, adverse claim pre- regular session on the 5th day of January A.
sented by persons opposed to the establish- D., 1909 notice Ib hereby given that Joseph
ment of said road shall show the petitioners Juttmtr, Sr.. Joseph Rledllnger, Ed Shean,
tn he In nrror. iiiogemi rummer, dusujiii iyuiucuk, ouhh
It Is further provided that all persons In I Uiedllngcr, P. J. Heiland, Ernest Holland,
i.n.ni..d niinnoeii tn the oHtalillshinent 1 Joe Juttner. Jr.. E. A. Urlng, Jos. Molitor,
ui,n,i .hull hA atvAti ahearinir and that K. Sneck. JoseDn Kohl. Chas. Krumrey, Hi
all Claims for damages wuicn may auurue uy jimu up, noi inau neiss, jinny noioo, .
reason of establishing and opening said road Helland, Henry Nau, Fred Ley and Clem
shall be filed and presented to the Board of Houkomp, householders of said County,
County Commissioners for consideration on rssidlng In the vicinity where It Is proposed
the 0th -'ay of April, 1909. to lay out and establish the road below
Witness my hand and the seal of Ford mentioned, have presented to said board
County, at niv ofllce In Dodge City, Kausas, their certain petition, praying the laying out
this 4th day of March, 1909. and establishment cf a publlo road lu said
uouiuy, no luu'jwa;
Beginning at the northeast corner of sec
tion 25, township 20, range 21, thence west on
the north lines of sections 25. 20. 27. 28. 29 and
30 to Intersect Road No. 9 on the wast line of
township 20, range 21, said road to be 50 feet
wide, anu mat tne uoara oi uounty uomiins
sloners be and act as viewers, and that they
meet at the northeast corner of section 2,
township 20, range 21, on the 7th day of Apr!
First Published March 18, 1909.
Tn Wlinrn Tfc Mav roniifl'.n;
In pursuance of an order made by the a. D. 1909 at 2 o'clock p. m., and proceed to
lloaru or uounty uoiiiiiimsiuuoi a ui mo i view sum luuu, anu tu give an jjai mco
rtnnntvnf Knnl In tlm fttate of Kansas. Ill limirttiu.
;rc i wi;l borendered agmnst you reEUir ge88i0n on the 2nd day of March A. Witness my hand, and the seal of sntd
Ull ll:iee B lUUUIllUllt lor Hie t.u.,uj t v.nnAl, nl..An frliul DntKr rn,.nl,, .(Hi. ilmrnflno In Bnlil nnunt.v
uinoi jisn,iinu ,u.i iu Kneup. Wm. Ma 1, U. V. Miller, 11. J. Ttoyer, this 1st Uuy oi .March A, 1). 19119.
be confirmed:!,, said attached property sold gimeon Overholt, Joel Waaler, A. A. Bergcr, shai. 8, H. CONNAWAY
to Ha v said iudirttieni and costs of suit.
Witness my hand lids 3rd day of March, 1909
Justice of the Peace.
iSbtton k Van Rtppr,
Attorneys for I Itilntlff.
Irishman Thought Color Waa
. Due to the Hot Sun.
-.v.. i (
Wall Paper Decorations
a -- - & a m. a avA k sm A m h
FINDS HIS OCCUPATION GONE.
C. A. HULPIEU
20 Years An
UNDERTAKER AND EM BALM ER
With Home Furnishing Company. We keep a night man at ,
the store toanBwer. TeleDhone. No. 11. Residence, 69
The Dodge City Mill and Elevator Co.
J. H. H1LLYER, Mgr.
Rag Man's Business Has Dwindled to
"Hags, bones, old Iron!" is a cry
not nearly so familiar to the children
of to day as to those of the '80's. For
the ragman, like the chimney sweep
anil the sun dial maker, is becoming
extinct. His used to be a profitable
trade. ' The woolen rags he bought,
turned into shoddy, brought thrice
their cost. So did the bones, which
wore ground up for fertilizer. So did
the iron, which, melted, lived again.
.'any millionaire manufacturing fam
ilies had their beginning in a long
h varied ragman. He first ground his
rags into shoddy. Then he spun the
shoddy Into thread. Then, a full
fledged millman, he wove the thread
into cloth. But the municipalities of
to-day contract with single firms for
the disposal of their people's refuse,
and the old ragman is disappearing
because there Is so little for him.
For and this Is the great secret
while the ragman made a grand profit
on what he bought, It was on the
refuse given him that he really throve.
LOUR AND GRAIN
First jinbllsheil February 25, 1909 ,
Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office
Kt Undue Rli.v. httlisas. Feby. 26. NXK).
Notice Is hereljj jriventliat Joncpli M. Fox,
Hi,!,'-!!, wno, on amy m
J, 8. McCoy, M H. Taylor, A. I,ee l'owe ,
tieo. H. Moore, M. F. CuvanauKn, u. w.
Thompson, T, t. Astle, Korali llinkle, Mrs.
V. 11. Wiwon, u. r. Uliuiuif, r, rwaw,",
iv . J. Stutzman und K. 6. Lorimor, land
owners and householders of said County,
rnniilln? in the vlclnhv where It is pro-
snail tn luv cut mid establish the road
below mentioned, have presented to said
board their certain petition, praying the lay
liiK out and establishment of a public road in
said uounty, aM ioiiows:
lu-irlnninir t the northeast corner of sec
tion f. In tnwnsliln Lll. ranire 22. thence south
I on section lines six miles between sections 4
1 ft a 1, , .n. t7 MI ufll VI VH IIIIM ; t
IUIU ii, " uiiu y, IL' WU II , V M,, WW -.
tia ......h, !tmuQl.nil oitlrv Wfi 9l!il!l finrlH
No, OHS'.i, tor si:V, section 30, township ! 33 and 3.1. to and terminating at tho south
26s, l'HiiK ;w, 6lii P.M., has Hied notice
of Intention to inane nnai commuumun
proof, to establisli claim to the land above
described, before the register and receiver
of the U. S. Laml Ofllce, at Dodge City, Kan
sas, on the loth day of April, 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses: Fred
Mclianlel, of Ehhimii, Kansas; George Mc
Daniel, of Eneliin, Kansas; William H.
Parker, of Ensign, Kansas, Harvey A, Farker
of Kuslgn, Kansiis.
U. F. MILLIKAN, Register.
First publllied March 4, 1908.
SUMMONS J.'Y PUBLICATION
The Statoof KansT to Joseph E. Plows and
Mrs. Joseph K. Plows, bis wife; W. P. K.
Moore and Mm. IV. P. B. Moore, his wile;
or If either of them be dead, then to their
unknown heirs, devisees, administrators,
executors and trustees, GrkktinQ:
You are hereby notified that you have been
sned in the Dlstrlret Court of Ford County,
Kansas, In an action wherein D. A. Tburstln
Is plaintiff, and yon and each of you are de
fendants, and that nniess you answer the
petition filed in said cause by said plaintiff
on or before the 16th day of April, 190U, tbe
allegations of said pettlon will be taken as
true and Judgment will be rendered against
you and each of you accordingly, quieting,
confirming and perfecting plaintiff's title to
and possession of IOt Seventy-two (72), Front
Street In the City of Dodge City, Kansas, as
against you and each of yon, and forever bar
ring and enjoining yon and each of yon from
setting np or asserting any right, title, Inter
est or estate In and to said premises adverse
to plaintiff, and for cost of suit.
In witness whereof, I have herelnto set my
band and affixed the seat of said court this
Srd day of March, 1909.
Seull T. E. FbIskcb,
. 1 Clerk of the District Court.
SCATBS k Watkins, n
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
east corner of said ecctlon i)2, lu township
First published March 18th, 1909.
To Whom It May Concern :
in pnrsuance 01 an oruer maoe Dy ine
Riiiird of Countv Commissioners of the
County of Ford in the State of Kansas, In
regular session on me sm uay ot January, .
I. lyoH. notice is nereny given mat r. u.
Mourer, J. A. Jlerron, Theo. ltuxe, Joe
Knoeber, Henry Knoeber, John Knueber.
Henry Schroeder, td. Demutli, H. J. Schnoe
bel, (ieo. Coffmhn, It. II. McKeo, II. H. Hng
nier, tieorge Curtis, M. C. Mi-Kee.M.T. Keith,
J. 11 Herman, 0. C. Sclunehr, F. J. Schawe,
Kd. U. Uuick, L. U. !-flii llz, U. 11. KlenKe
Where Noise Is Salable.
"You know, of course," said a watch
factory foreman, "how Lynn captured
the African shoe trade making shoes
that squeaked loudly. The native con
siders the discomfort and expense of
American shoes quite futile If they
don't squeak as he walks, like an ill-
greased cart wheel. We have now
hogged the African cheap watch trade
by turning out a good dollar watch
that ticks like a boiler factory. You
could hear this tick through a feather
mattress. In fact, natives wearing
our watches tick audibly. As they
swagger along, their American shoes
squeaking and their American watches
ticking,, they give out as much noise
as a brass band."
...State Bank of Dodge City...
Oldest and Largest Bank.
C. M. HOOVER, President E F. KELLOGG, Cashier,
i. E. Smith, 0 IH. Hoover, j
C . Wiring, M. M. Gwlnner)
H. R. Brows.
National City Bank.
First National Bank.
The National Bank of Commerce
Dodge Citv. Kansas.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital $26,000. Surplus $10,000.
Organized and conducted on the
principle of conservative banking.
H A BURNETT. Pre. M. W. SUTTON, Vice Pres.
p" H' YOUNG, Wer-es. GEO B. DUGAX, Cashier.
G. E. LAWIIEAD, Ass't Cacbler. .
SitbM AMv houselmlders olsKia County residing in the
li to beo Vicinity where it Is prcuosed to lay out and
r??tin. estaullih tho road below mentioned, have
mVTS ZA presented to said board their certeain petl-
chap trlWof the law. of 1873 as amended tion, pmyluK he layinif out and esablish-
and uioditlcd oy chapter IMof the laws of of apu6lio road lu said. County, as
1877 ot the State of Kansas, make an order
and Instruct the County Clerk of Ford coun
ty aforesaid to lscue tne same that pu'illc
notice be given that the Board will take tlnul
action and make its llnal report upon Bald
petitlonon the 6th day of April 19i9 and the
road be declared established and ordered
opened, unleBsJliowever, adverse claims pre
aAnt nil hv nurunim onnosed to the establish
ment ot said road shall show the petitioners
to be lu error. , '
It is further provnea tnai an persons in
lleirlnnlne at the northeast corner of seo
tlon l, in township 25, range 22, and from
thence south on the range line between
ranges 21 and 22 a distance ot four miles
along the cast lines of sections 13, 21, 25, and
Iti, to and terminating at the southeast cor
nerof said section i, 111 sulci townsmp &,
ranue 22. and that the Board of County
Commissioners be and act as viewers, and
that they meet at the southeast corner 01
said section 36, township 25, range 82, on the
favor of and opposed to the establishment 7th day of April A. D. 1109, at 10 o1. lock a. m.,
of said road I sfiall be nlven a hearing and d proceed to view said load and to give
that all claims for damages which .may .M- i' , .aid
,. h,.,mnnl estRhlfahlnir and oDenlnir Witness my nana, anu me seui 01 saiu
eZ&Zube tod 1SS pfesaentcdPto ti 5 County, .fflxSd t my office In said County,
SKALl ' 8,H.(OSNAWAY.
,' 1 First published March 4, 1909.
She State of Kansas
, Ford County J
In the District Court of Ford County, Kansas
Tho Ht.Htu of Kansas to Catherine Craig and
Qrri'g, ber husband, whose christian
name Is to plaintiffs unknown ; Jane Obborne
and gilaB Osborne, her husband, and If they
or Hither of them be dead then thslr unknown
heirs, devisees, executors, administrator,
and trustees, . .
Yon and each of yon will hereby take notice
that you have been sued In the District Court
of Ford County, Kansas, In an action wherein
Bnrrilda n. Adams, jtiuei aohuis. uu. u.
t.i.m nimirlfl o. Adams. W. II. Adams. Mrs.
Cora Crawford, Mrs. Anna Harris, and Mrs.
u.iui Rauilliisn. era nlalntlffs and you are
defendants and that unless yon answer tbe
Petition filed by the plaintiffs on or before
the 17th day ot April, 1909, the allegations of
said petition win De taaen as wuo nu juu
m of n.nrinrii Rlralntt TOO aooordiUKly,
quieting, conforming and perfeotlni plaintiffs
title to and possession of tbe following de
scribed real property, situated In Dodge
City. Ford County, Kansas, to-wlt: Lot num
win i9i in Hlook number five (SI. tihlnns
Addition to Dodge City, Kansas, according
' to tbe record plat now on file in the ofllce of
111. negisier 01 iicsviawi iuiw"ii,..
and periietuaiiy Barring auu lummi cig"
Bnrm imm HBsertlni anv claim to or In
terest or estate therein or any part thereof,
adverse to plaintiffs or any one claiming by
ihwintth n. timlftr tham.
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my
hand and afllxed the seal of said court this
ind day of March, a. d. iw .
T. B. FiiKWon.
tfBil.l Clerk ot the District Court.
Winq ft OniLvr. . ... I .
Attorneys fer Plaintiffs. ,
Board of county commissioners for consld-
...linn on t.hft Ath dav Of AUl'll. IJ09.
Witness my 'and and the sesl of Ford
(Jounty ; at my omce in inug vivy, jikuoiw,
lavAT.I - B. n. uurfHATrAi,
vvunt; viui js(
First published March 18, 1909,
Xo Whom It May Concern)
First published March 18, 1909.
To Whom It May Conoera:
Tn nnTsnance of an order made bv the
Board of County Commissioners of the
County of Ford In the State ot Kansas, In
rnisulHi' aesslon on the srd dav of March A.
luuu nonce ib nereuv gjiveu tunt 1 .
Xu u . , , n. isos notlco Is herel
m H "w,T U.Kolbeck. B. A. Urlng, Herman
of County Commissioners 01 we juounty 'W.,M. Aav Walia j08eDh Juttner. Sr..
SST WHS day cf Maroh, XT D. S fc TAkT&n
notice Is hereby by given that Guy D.rrebll- fcai th, Chas. Krumrey Joseph Kehl, Hy
r0CSe?n.MdvE fleoVfe- WUcoTen W Vlt Srt3t Wo-ltob. Jaeob wASZ
fkJin h l Wm Prater Walterv. Carl Grlng. and Dora Schultz, house-
08c?Vm.D."fd ITsYm, Eo' , .Sied'laout an'd
4 B; tosey, 0. J. Winkhsman, O.B. Hicks, E. WTlSthS
it MnfiiniHi 11 .1 annrnwa. .1 ii. huhuwbu. . . . . .. . '
0. H. QrlOlth and Bulda Early, householders
of said County, residing In the vicinity where
It Is proposed to lay out and establish the
roan oeiow nmnwuuwu, jiht.w ykvmvuv w
said board their certain petition, praying for
the laying out and establishment of a public
road In said County, as follows!
Beginning at the northeast corner of seotlon
21 la township 2ft, range 84 ; thence south on
the range line between ranges 8 and 14, a
distance f nine miles to and terminating at
the southeast corner of section 86, In town
ship 20, range 24, ' : ''
Whereupon, the Board of County Commis
sioners finding that the said proposed read Is
to be located and extended along and upon
certain section lines aa above described, did,
in accordance with the provisions of Chapter
122 ot the laws ot 1873 as amended and modi
fled by Chapter 15 of the laws 1877 of the
State of Kansas, make an order and Instruct
the County Clerk of Ford County aforesaid to
Issue tbe same tbat publlo notice be given
that the Board will take final aetlon and
make Its final report upon said petition on
the 6th day of April, 1909, and th. road be de
clared established and ordered opened, un
less howevei adverse olaims presented by
persons opeused to the establishment ot said
road shall rliow the petitioners to be in error,
It Is further provided, tbat all persons In
favor of and opposed to tbe establishment ot
aid road nhall be arlvea a hearing and that all
claims for damages which may accrue by
reason ot establishing and opening said road
Khali be filed and presented to the Board of
County Commissioners for consideration on
the 8th day of April, 1909. , . ,
Witness my hand and the eal of Ford
County, atmy ollloe In Dodge uity, &ansat,
this h day of March. 1M9. '..,
seal 8. H. CONNAWAY,
v - County Clerk,
presented to said board their certain peti
tion, praying the laying out and establish
mens ok a puune rvau 111 saiu wium;, a
Beulnning at the southeast corner of sec.
tion IS, township 26, range 81, thenoe west
along tne norm side 01 ana aojaoem 10 tne
seotlon lines between sections 18 and 22, that
is. so the section Hue will form the south line
of said road, to the southwest eorner of said
section 16; also, west between sections 14
ana 23 to ana terminating at tne soumwest
eorner of section 14. in said townshlD 28.
range 21; this application being made for
tne reason tuaii uw ruu nerotuiuro
attempted to be laid out upon the seotlon
lines above mentioned was in fact actually
Innated and laid out at a considerable dis
tance uoith of said section lines; and that
the board of County Commissioners be and
act as viewers, and tbat they meet at the
southeast comer of seotlon 15, In township
28, range 21, on the 8tb day of April A. 1.
irvm a. a tinl a fn anil nmi.Mil tn view
said road, and to give all parties a hearing.
' Witness my hand, and tbe seal ot said
County, affixed at my office In said County,
this 4tn aay 01 marcn a. imww.
.(All 8. H. CONNAWAY,
, . County Clerk.
WING & OGILVV
LAWYERS A D ABSTRACTERS
14 And 13 .loover Building;
' Phon. 390
By Word of Mouth.
There Is a certain youth who recent
ly became engaged to a very sweet
young girl, who, for all her sweetness,
is well supplied with spirit. This youth
evidently thought he had the entire
game neatly printed in a book, and de
termined to head off the usual Am
I the only girl?" etc., queries, for, tak
ing her in his arms, he said, gently but
"Now, sweetheart, I might as well
tell you at the start you are not the
only girl I have ever kissed."
"Well, maybe not," she retorted,
"but you still have much to learn
about it," Harper's Weekly.
Th. Loving Cup.
The origin of the loving cup la to
be found In Tartary. "On festive oc
casions, says Emerson, "it Is the prac
tice of the people to gather at some
predetermined spot where koumiss, by
the hundred! ot skins, Is brought and
placed in the open air. The men and
women sit In a circle, and one ot
their number Is selected aa cup-bearer,
The young women sing their national
hymns and songs; no one rises, and
the cup passes from hand to hand un
til all the beverage is consumed." Dis
tilled koumiss Is far stronger than
Emolument of Physician.,
Remuneration of physicians origin-
ally consisted la presents, but at the
time of Hippocrates payment In money
was already customary. Physicians
received also publlo praise, the "crown
of honor," the freedom of the city,
the privilege of eating at the king's
table. Physicians employed by the
state received a yearly salary, as high
as $2,000 in some Instances. Rich peo
ple would pay enormous sums for
successful treatment, and a case Is re
corded in which $200,000 was paid.
When England 8hook.
In the course of Its long history
England has, known a few serious
earthquake shocks. In the "days ot
William Rufus one was felt through'
out the country, and in 1274 an Eng
lish earthquake destroyed Glastonbury
anions its other damage, while part of
St, Paul's cathedral fell In as the re
sult of an earthquake In the sixteenth
century. Perhaps the most recent
serious shock fas that which Inflicted
much damage in the eastern counties
tn 1SS4; a Mansion house fund was
opened for the sufferers.
Paying for Experience
A severe ''belly ache" is. e price paid for the fun of
eating green apples. Mamma told them not to do it, but it
took actual experience to convince them.
We say the same thing about green lumber. It may
look right, but after U is in the job a while, it will warp out
of shape, and a bunch of trouble is what the experience will
cost you. If you want to be sure of getting good, thoroughly
seasoned lumber, don't take any chances", bit come to us for
it. It will cost you no more than the other kind will else
where. , .v,- ,v; .
THE McCURDY LB'R CO.
J. S. ELLIOTT
.n experienced auctioneer offers! his service to the
public. He will cry sales in Ford and adjoining counties
Mr. Elliott has given universal satisfaction and knows v
. he can give the best service to be had in this section.
For terms and dates address
J. 8. ELLIOTT, Dodge Houso Dcjfrjo C.ty