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1891 16 Kansas Court of Appeal. Southern De partment. Eastern Division. No. 167. Herman Shockman, plaintiff In error, vs. John E. Davla and Daniel Wells, defend ants In error. Error from Montgomery District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Dennlson, P. J. The sureties upon an undertaking 1n ap peal from a Justice of the Peace, are liable lor the whole amount of the debt, costs and damages, provided the same does not exceed the sum nominated In said under taking. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: Py W. O. CHAMPE, LSeal. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 173. George W. Mosteller, plaintiff In error, vs. Anna S. Readhead. Marcus M. Morton, George K. Lathrop and Clayton- C. Rhodes, partners, doing business under the Arm name and style of Readhead, Mor ton, Lathrop & Co., defendants In error. Error from Crawford District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Dennlson, P. J. 1 A preponderance of the evidence in this rase shows that Mosteller was a non-resident of Kansas; a resident of California, and that he had abandoned his homestead in Kansas. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. O. CHAMPE, ISeal.J Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 187. The Great Western Manufacturing Com pany, of Leavenworth, Kansas, plaintiff In error, vs. The Missouri National Bankof Kansas City, Mo., and the Cjuenemo Mill Company, Quenemo, Kansas, defendants In error. Error from Osage District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Schoonover, J. The provisions In the conditional sale agreement and the testimony Bet forth; Held, that they sustain the findings of the court All the Judges concurring. A true. copy. Attest: W. O. CHAMPE, I Seal. Clerk. Kunsas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, KuHtern Division. No. m. George W. IlVrdman, plaintiff In error, vs. The Board of County Commissioners of Woodson County, defendant In error. Error from Woodson District Court. AFFIRMED. Syllabus. By the Court. Dennlson, P. J. A claim against a county for compensa tion for land appropriated for public high ways must be presented within two years after the claim accrues. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. O.' CHAMPE, LSeal. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. 226. Jennie Richardson and G. B. Richardson, plaintiffs in error, V8. Greenwood Township, Franklin County, Kansas, defendant In error. Error from Franklin District Court. DISMISSED. Syllabus. By the Court. Dennlson, P. J. 1. The absence, from a proceeding In er ror, of one of the parties to a Joint Judg ment defeats the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeals to review any part of such judg ment, and It is the duty of this court, upon its own motion, to raise such a jurisdic tional question and to consider It. All the Judges concurring A true copy. Attest: W. O. CHAMPE, Seal.J Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals. Southern De partment, Eastern Division. No. m. Harry E. Kelly, plaintiff in error, vs. Ella P. McBIaine, defendant In error. Error from Coffey District Court REVERSED. Syllabus. By the Court. Dennlson, P. J. L.A purchaser of real estate, conveyed to him by quit claim deed, Is not a "purchaser In good faith" so that his title will be pro tected by the provisions of section 77 of the Civil Code. 1 The defendant in error Is entitled to a judgment decreeing that she Is the legal and equitable owner of the land In contro versy, and the trial court Is instructed to render such a Judgment as should orig inally have been rendered. All the Judges concurring. A true copy. Attest: W. 0. CHAMPE, ISeal. Clerk. Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern De partment, Eastern Division. I, W. O. Champo, Clerk of the Kansas Court of Appeals, Southern Department, Eastern Division, do hereby certify that the foregoing are true and correct copies of the syllabi of the decisions in the above entitled cases as the originals appear on tile In my office. Witness mv hand and the seal of said court, affixed at my otlke In the city of Fort Scott, Kas., this 15th day of November, A. D. M7. Seal. W. O. CHAMPE, Clerk of Kansas Court of Appeals. South ern Department, Eastern Division. First published November 17, 1897. PROPOSALS FOlt BIDS. Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Trustees of the State Charitable Institutions of Kansas, until 12 o'clock, neon, Tuesday, December 7, 1897, for a ward building adjacent to the Asylum for Idiotic and Imbecile Youth, located ai WinfleM. Kansas. This work is authorlzud under sections 3 and 8 of chapter 23 of the session laws for 18U7. Bids will De considered for the building as re vised complete, except heating, and also as re vised, but with tbeelimlaationof the west wing. Plans and specification i may be seen on and after November 20 at the asylum at Wlnfleld, Kansas; at tbe office of T. II. Lescher, State Mouse architect. Topeka, Kansas; and at the office of William W. Rose, architect, Kansas City. A certified check equal to 5 per cent, of tbe amount of the bid inut accompany each esti mate, the earns to be made payable to P. H. I jlan. Treasu'er of the board. blank proposals will be furnished to those re quiting them. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. t he provisions of the eight hour law (chanter 114 of the session laws of 1891) must be compiled with. Proposals should be sealed and addressed to W. L. Brown, President of the Board of Chari ties, i opeka, Kan as, and marked plainly on the outside, "Proposal fur Public Work at Wintteld." 8. C. WHEELER, Secretary. First published November 17, 1897. PROPOSALS FOB BIDS FOR SUPPLIES. Proposals for supplying the articles named herein are respectfully solicited. Bids will be opened . tie National hotel, Topeka, Kans;i, December 1, 18x7, at 9 o'clock a. m. Awards will be made at 6 o'clock p. m. of December 10, 18V7. Bidders must be present at B o'clock a. m., De cembers, prepared to place their goods before the various committees of the board. SPECIFICATIONS. Supplies should be, as far as practicable, de livered on the cars at the towns where tbe re spective institutions are located, except as herein otherwise specified, not later than De cember 80, 1897. Freight and all other charges must be prepaid. No allowance will be made for bottles, boxes boxing, cooperage or drayago. When one particular brand of goods Is called for, no sample is to be submitted and no bids will be considered for any other brand. When alternative brands are given, submit sample. When no particular brand Is designated, bids should be on qualities grading from medium to best, and samples anbmltted. Bidders must not submit more than four sam pies of any article. Goods will be subject to Inspection, and all articles that may in any respect fall to conform to tbe specific kind or brand called for, or to the samples, will be rejected. Supplies mentioned "As Ordered" are to be shipped as ordered from the institution, and must be new and fresh. The quantities given are approximate only, and all goods ordered by the different Institutions In excess of the sched ule amount shall be furnished at contract price. Tbe board reserves the right to reject any ana all bids, or to accept or reject any part of any bid, If deemed for the bestlnterestsof the State. Bids must be made out upon the within pro posal and net prices only given. M Payments will be made on or before January liiifiilifliiWiii )D ' (..,n.i .r.'.l V..1..,. ..I ..u.-IJ..,Lll.. i.. . . j- i, , L.i,., II .,,,.1, i i,.,, I., I,, i !.. Lm.. lvY!i(, vVI YowFintand , THI3 ' on. mwes. bWM W .i miio nrrrn 10 nnnn rnn ?n m mil y ISA 6.66 OH. HOME'S New Improved Electric Belts Warranted to cure without medicine, the following (I Incases. Bhenuiatlnm Sciatica Lumbago Catarrh Autumn XeuratyUt Dypepla Vonntipation Heart Troubles Paralynin Xerrouiineint Spinal Dlmeame Varicocele Torpid lArer Throat Trouble Kidney Complaint filcplenmnrM 'aSl Debility liOHt Vigor VoM Extremities t'emala t'omplainta Pain in the Hack anil Linton Alt Weakne.Huen in Men, and Women. Pi if sent with an ordery for a &0.00 JSelt, not later than titrtydays from date of this Paper, We uinkfl this Siifofiil I'npreoedentcd Offer to Quickly Introduce and Obtalu Agent lu w localities. To quickly introduce and obtain Menu in at ninny new localities aspoeaiulo for Dr. Home's New Improved Pleclrlc Hells and Appllsnces, wa hsva decided to 9rll for 1.ivt mily, our No. 4 Ir Hornet Near Improved Regular l.'O.OO Klectrlo Hell for oulv art M, aprirothet will mat It possible fur every person readlnirlliis advertisement tint on of mi r best Belts at a nominal price. Never I Ihalittt Cory of our buelneaa aam wa aSVred ta aril this Ball at each a prica, lint wa want an aitint in your locality, ami we hollo that it you buy a Belt you will ba to wall pleased with it tint yon will either act at our agent or help o, tn get one. Hrmrasher, the licit we arn offr rinir you for only tfl.GSla onr No, 4 Dr. Hurne'a New Improved Regular Sm" t oiiiliin.il. m licit lor men or women. II la adjust able and can ho worn hy any mruibrr of the family, Ha.peiiMry IWa with ey male Kelt. It Is the hot Unit wo nianuf arture s in fart, the Heat oa Kartk, ami wa make w esreption to thia ktatriiient. We have oM Iniudrril., yea, thousand! of tliem, un to fill tin. There l not a lunuly Imt what aliouM have one or tneaa uena, aa it ia the tiest. and ehenpent dortor, and you do Hot h to oout of the home to (et It, It will lat you for yean with proper care, and will aaa itielf in doctor billa ten timet over. Tlio-.e Elertrlc Beltt have cured tliousanda and will cure yoU If you will only give It a trial, aatlie many toMiuionluli wlilrb wapubliihlnotire.talottut """""" YOU RUN N9 RISX IN DEALING WITH US. Wa do ot a.k you to aead ay aioaey la adiaaee. If you want one of the. holla we are pvrfoclly willing to tend it to jour nearMtonpreia , rUi:e, C. O, H., to that you can ee and examine it free of any (oat, lut the aame aa it you ranie into our office or no into any More, and if you aro perfectly aatmned with It, pay thax Kent aiieiit the pries of tlie Holt and prea chartit and taka It; olherwiM It will returned to u. t'an any fairer offer ha made you than thlaf Waarothaonly manufacturer of Klertiio Helta who tend Belli C. O I., without taking one oent in advance. If you wlih tuaend eiwh with order wa will prepay all pre ohargei Hid guarantee the Il. lt to he exactly as rnpri'aenteil, or forfeit tV.nu. WE HAVE NOW OFFERED YGU AX OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE and if you do not wept It you may bo torry for It, a. ne shall never again offer this Kelt at such a price. It seeina neediest to say that we are sustaining a lose oa every Belt we sell it the shove price, hut it is cheaiwr to introduce them in new lo calities lu thit way tlun to send traveling men to doll for us. If you want on of these bell i C3XJTV OUT COUPON and send to lit with your waist measure in inches. Don't delay. Order today if possible, otherwise you may forget it. Dr. Ie Electric Celt & Truss C. 112-114 DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO, ILL. U.S.A. P. S.-If you hv nnuse for an Electric, Belt plcsiehand or mall thit adver tisement to some one that you know, who is not enjoying good heslth. By doing this you will favor them and m. Wawsnt a good agent In every locality to whom wacsii give etcs.iy employment, no only employ iiiom who nava useu our ueiri and esn sneak nf their morlla from personal experience. REFKIlKNt K8 As to our reliability wo refer to ony Eipresa Company, any Bank In Chicago, and the many tliousanda all over the I'uited Btatea w ho haveusedour Electrie Bella and Appliances during the past W yes fSWOWfl1 HI 15. 1808, tor all supplies furnished before Decem ber 80, '.897 ; provided, that vouchers in duplloate are made out and receipted In due form and for warded to the respective Institutions on or be fore January 1, 18tW. When supplies are furnished monthly, ores ordered, pa ments will be made on tbe 16th day of the succeeding month In which supplies aro delivered, where vouchers are received before the 1st day of the month. A deposit of fifty dollars (150), or a certified check for that amount, payable to P. II. Dolan, Treasurer State Board Charitable Institutions, must accompany each proposal as a guaranty that the contract. If awarded, will be faithfully complied with. Bids notaccorapanled by chock or draft will not be considered. When samples are required, expressage must be prepaid In full by the bidder to Insure their removal from the express ottlce. Kach samole must be plainly marked with its price and the name of the owner. Each Institution to be fur nished with samples. A bill In djtall must be sent when goods are shipped, to secure acceptance of the same. Envelopes containing proposals must be In dorsed "Proposals for Supplies." Samples and proposals must be addressed to W. L. Brown, care National hotel, Topeka, Kansas. The board will not be recponslble for samples submitted. Duplicate schedules will be furnished upon application to Dr. C. H. Wetmore, Superintend ent Topeka asylum. By order of tbe Board of Trustees. W. L. BROWN, President. By H. O. JUMPER. S. C. WHEELER, Secretary. Mention Advocate when writing advertisers. First published November 17, 1897. Notice to Holders ol BondS; In accordance with tin dlreotioni"bt aa act relating to redemption, of bond lued to rail road companies, which tuOtetTeot Marco Id, 1K7, I hereby give notice that the county of Dickin son, state of Kansas, will on the l&tb day of Jan uary, 1MU8, at the fiscal agency of the State of Kansas, In the city of New York, State of New York, rsdriem the following desorlbed bonds Issued by the said county of Dickinson, to-wlt: Numbers from 1 to 110, inclusive of numbers 1 and lid, Issued July 1, MOT, In aid of tbe Chicago, Kansas & Western Railway Company; and num bers 1 to 100, inclusive of numbers 1 and 100, Issued June 1. 1887, in aid of the Chicago, Kan sas A Nebraska Hallway Company; and num bers 1 17 to 17(1, Inclusive of numbers 117 and 170, issued November 1, 1887, In aid of the Chicago, Kansas & Western Railway Company, each num ber being Itself a bond for $1,000. Holders of said bonds are hereby notified that on the 21st day of January, 18U8, said bonds will cease to boar Interest, and they are hereby notl lied to present same at the said fiscal agency of the State of Kansas, hereinbefore mentioned, for redemption. C. H. PATTISON, County Treasurer Dickinson County, Kansas. Abilene, Kas., November 9, 1867. Geo. W. Cla.irli:9 (Late Judge Court of Appeals.) Attorney and Counselor, 601 Kansas Avenue, TOPEKA, KAS. Ltia3 Li uLiL'3liLl3 0 1: PROMPTLY SENT TO EVERY MAN WHO NEEDS A GENERAL BRACING UP. IT BRINGS PERFECT MANHOOD TO ALL. ThGfWi,o,urn, PHYGiCIAnS' irJ8TITUTE, Of Chicago, III. GRATUITOUSLY. GLADLY SENT to all men who need It and who will write for It. A law peroenUirs of the men of today antaadly in ne4 of tlio rtitht kind of tnadical treatment for wwi)inui (monllar to men. Many Daw are due to early vice, other from exoeeam, while maiiy of tbe coam are due to overwork, worry and general nenrona debility. 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Tours sincerely, Hundred! of similar letter are bow on Sle in onr buainee office, and all aro bona fide Sxpremlon of pennently cared men. Do not dolay writing to ue, and remember that w are not only a reaponaihle Institu tion in everr way, bat oar U the large medical inMitute In America that tonka a apeoialty of IKZuAL AJIO , VCHiVOUS DI2EASB. InoloM t cent for postage on medicine, which Ualwaya plainly aealed. PHYSICIAHS INSTITUTE, 1885 Masonic Temple, CHICiGO, ILL. courte of treatment, and find myself different man. I cannot find words enough to praise anJ ei press the deep frutitude I feel towards yoa. Vour treatment ia simply wonderful. I aa perfectly cured and thank you a hun dred time and will help you all I pos sibly can. May God bleu you and your work. Voura truly, C. I. P. Lotex.U, June 1, 18M. JyWW Jntlitvtt, Chicago I M Due FairsDa,- Fleas accept my thanks forth kindness you has dona ma. Losses hat entirely stopped and vigor haa returned. I am all O fc. 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