Newspaper Page Text
THE ADVOCATE AND NEWS.
id (Published February 8.) Senate Bill No. 63. AN ACT concerning the business of ab stracting titles to real estate In Sheridan county, Kansas, Umitlnij tho fees and charges therein, and prescribing duties nnd iunnltifR. WHEREAS, The records of tho register of deeds or Sheridan county, ivansua, were destroyed by tire on the 31st day or June A. IV. now. therefore. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. That no person, Arm, or cor lmmtinn enquired In the business of ab Htrai'tmir titios to real estate, shall charge or receive for making and certifying ab stracts of title to real estate in Sheridan county, Kansas, more than the following fees, to wit: For the nrst transfer, one dollar: for each subsequent transfer twentv-flve cents. If there shall have been no transfer filed for record during the time covered by the abstract demanded, sucn ao strnrtor Hhall so certify, and shall be entl tied to receive the sum of one dollar, and no more, for such certificate. Section 2. That every Derson. tlrm or cor poration, enguged In the business of making abstracts of title to real estate, and own ing abstract books containing austracts of title to real estate in snenaan county, Kansus, which have been compiled from the public records of said county, shall, on the payment of the fees provided In this act, make a complete abstract, covering the time designated by the party applying therefore, of all deeds, mortgages, releases, and other Instruments, relating to the title to the tract or tracts of real estate to whicli on abstract Is demanded, that are shown on buch abstract books to have been filed for record In the ottlce of the register of deeds of said county during the time specinea. Section 3. Every Derson. firm or corpora tlon, violating any of the provisions of this act shall be refused the use of the public records of said county, for the purpose of compiling abstract books, or making ab stracts, by the officer having the custody thereof, and shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, lined not ex eedmg one nuiuireu aonars ioi parh nnd everv offense. Section 4. This act shall take effect, and be In force from and after Its publication In the official state paper. I hereby certify that the above bill orlg Inated In the Senate, and passed that body January 31, 181)9. II. E. RICHTER, President of the Senate. J. W. MORPHY, Secretary of the Senate. Passed the House February 1st, 18.-9. S. J. OSBORN, Speaker of the House. CHAS. E. LOBDELL, Chief Clerk of the House. Approved February 3rd, 18lt9. W. E. STANLEY, Governor. STATE OF KANSAS, Office of Secretary of State, I, Oeo.A. Clark, Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing la a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on me in my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official seal, this 3rd day or F ebruary, was. Seal. GEO. A. CLARK, Secretary of State. By HILL P. WILSON, Assistant Secretary of State. (Published February 8.) Senate Bill No. 20. AN ACT to amend section six of chapter one hundred and six of the Session Laws of 1S5, and repealing said original sec tion. Be It enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. Section 6 of chapter 106 of the Session Laws of 1S95 is hereby amended so as to read: Sec. 6. The terms of the Dis trict Court shall commence in each county In the Ninth Judicial District In each year, as follows: In the county of Reno, on the first Tuesday In January, April, and Sep tember. In the county of Harvey, on the second Tuesday In February and May, and on the first Wednesday after the first Mon day in November. In the county ot Mc l'herson on the second Tuesday In March, and on the first Tuesday In June and December. Section 2. Section 6 of chapter 106 of the Session Laws of 181)3 is hereby repealed. Section 3. This act shall take effect and be In force from and after Its publication In the official State paper. 1 hereby certify that the above bill orig inated In the Senate, and passed that body January 27th, 1899. H. E. RICHTER, President of the Senate. J. W. MORPHY, Secretary of the Senate. Passed the House February 1st, 1899. S. J. OSBORN, Speaker of the House. CHAS. E. LOBDELL, Chief Clerk of the House. Approved February 3rd, 1899. W. E. STANLEY, governor. STATE OF KANSAS. Office of Secretary of State. I, Geo, A. Clark, Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file In my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official seal, this 3rd day of February, 1899. ISeal GEO. A. CLARK, Secretary of State. By HILL P. WILSON, Assistant Secretary of State. (Published February 8.) Senate Bill No. 74. AN ACT authorizing the Board of County Commissioners of Lincoln county to pro vide a fund and appropriate the same for The enormous output of McCormick Machines defies the mental grasp of man. If the machines we manufacture were to Issue from the Rate of our works, (with the largest output In the world) the spectator would see all throughout the working day a McCormick Machine emerging at full gallop every 40 seconds. I lie demand the farmers in the past season of 1898 was for 180,760 McCormick Machines. This continuing tremendous call of the farmers will result In our manufact uring and selling still larger numbers in one season by the end of the century. What Is thecauseof thisunheardof demand? What is the reason of the everlasting popularity of McCormick Machines? Why are we forced to run our Works by night and by day up to the output of a machine every 40 seconds? lne cause is plain. I tie answer Is simple. It Is The Building of the Best in the World. Almost seventy seasons of success have elapsed since Cyrus H. McCormick invented the Reaper in 1831 . In all that time the McCormick has been The Best BuiltMachine In the World. TheMcCormlck Machines for 1899 are The Best in the World. The McCormick Right Hand Self-binding Harvester; the New 4 Mower 4 'A and 5 ft. cut: the Big 4 Mower 6ft. and 7 ft. cut; the One Horse Mower, Vx and 4 ft. cut; the Folding Daisy; the Corn Harvester; the Corn Husker and Fodder Shredder arid the Hand and Self-dump Hay Rakes 8 ft., 10 ft. and 12 ft. are The Best in the World. All these eight machines are McCormick End of the Century machines; built with a brilliance of invention and honor in construction that sets a noble standard to ail other agricultural machines on earth H ft n inn n LLL !.i DtJbHHHri HHHBM m Arjuiu.i mm mm "TV" I CHICAGO. the purpose of building a Court House In said county, and authorizing the said Hoard of County Commissioners to trans fer certain funds and to use the same. VVHERKAS, The Court House In Lincoln Center, Lincoln county, KansaB, has re cently burned. down, and whereas, there is no suitable building now belonging to the county In which to hold the county offi ces and transact public business, an.l whereas there are certain fund3 belonging to said county that are not now in use, that can be used as a temporary fund to assist in the Immediate erection of a new Court House In said county, and whereas public necessity requires a suitable build ing for said county purposes, therefore He It enacted by the Legislature of thu State of Kansas: Section 1. That the Board of County Com nuss.oners of Lincoln county are hereby au thorized from year to year, to levy and cause to be collected, at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes are col lected, a tax which, In the aggregate, will not exceed two mills on the dollar upon all the taxable property In said county, in any one year, for the purpose of erecting and establishing a fund to be used in building a Court House at the county seat In said county, on the site of the for mer Court House; and for the purpose of reimbursing any fund that may be tem porarily used for Court . House purposes; which said tax, when collected, shall be kept separate and apart rrom the other funds of said county, and shall be applied pnly to the use and purposes above speci fied; provided, that the entire fund collected in said county, under the prlvisions of this act, shall not exceed the sum of twenty thousand dollars. Section 2. That said Board of County Commissioners in building sold Court House, shall be governed by the provisions of the General StatuteB of Kansas, relative to letting the contracts for the same, and said board shall, from time to time, appro orlate said funds in the performance of all contracts made under the provisions of this act. Section 3. That said Board of County Commissioners are hereby authorized l cause the County Treasurer of said county to transfer all or any part or tne runu known as the "Redemption fund" arising from tho sale of lands soldUfor delinquent taxes, except such part of said fund as be loncs to the several school districts In said county, to the general fund of said county, and said board Is hereby authorized to use said fund so transferred, or any other fun 1 of said county, not required to be used un der any existing law until the same can be replaced by levy of the tax as provided in section one of this act, aa a temporary fund, with wh ch to betrtn the building or a court House as provided In this act. Sect on 4. Th 3 act snail taice erreet anu be in force from and after its publication In the official state paper. I hereby certify that the above Dili orig inated In the Senate, and pasued that body January 16th, 1S99. 11. JS. lUCilllliK, President of the Senate. J. W. MORPHY, Secretary of the Senate. Passed the House January, 1899. S. J. OSBORN, Speaker ot the House. CHAS. K. UKiUDKUU, Chief Clerk of the House. Approved January 20th, 1899. W. E. STANLEY, Governor. STATE OF KANSAS, Office of Secretary of State. I. Geo. A. Clark. Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on nie in my office. ' In test monv whereof. I have Hereunto subscribed mv name and affixed my official seal, this 3rd day of February, 1899. Seal.J uji;u. a. cbAKiv, Secretary of State. By HILL P. WILSON, Assistant Secretary of State. (Published February 8.) Senate Bill No. 261. AN ACT making an emergency appropria tion for the erection of a pumping house, for new pumps, and for repairing the boilers and engine, and for making con nection at the State Insane Asylum at Torteka. Kansas. Be it enacted by the Legislature of thu State of Kansas: Section 1. That the sum of $3500.00 (thirty- five hundred dollars) or so much thereof uA may be necessary, is hereby appropri ated for the erection of a pumping house, ror new pumps, for repairing boilers and engine, and for making connections at tho State Insane Asylum, at Topeka, Kansas. Section 2. The Auditor of Slate is hereby authorized to draw liltf warrant upon the Trensurer of State, upon properly authen ticated detailed vouchers, for the amount and purposes mimed In section 1 of this act. Section 3. This act slm.ll take effect and be in force from and after Its publication In the official state paper. I hereby certify that the nbovo bill orig inated In the Senate, and passed that body January 31st, 1899. H. E. RICHTER. President of the Senate. J. W. MORPHY, Secretary of the Senate. Passed the House January 31st, 1899. S. J. OSBORN, Speaker of the House. CHAS. E. LOBulSLL, Chief Clerk of the House. Approved Friday, February 3rd, lH'.O, W. E. STANLEY, Governor. STATE OF KANSAS, Office of Secretary of State. I, Geo. A. Clark, Secretary of State of the State of Kansas, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing Is a correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official seal, this 3rd day of February, 1N99. Seal.J UNO. A. ULiAKlv, Secretary of, State Ry HILL P. WILSON, Assistant Secretary of Slate. s TBAWDEBRI IP ' J 15 I t lfff for standard kinds. Only VjWllltf & Nowllrdi. Ut Plants you oversaw. Raspberries. IS. a lOOO Other fruit t like rauw, Lima SENT FKK2. JOHN F. DAYTON, WAUK0N, Allamakee Co.. IOWA. mm PUB Bill FEB W IuUmM W I will null my kandiom. ataioariit far tMrtt, IlibofttphW u kwulihlly lllutril.il, aiid I Op. IVaa Bill, fiod for I Do. worth ot M for trial, aba.lalHy frwa. II la full of kanraln.. All th. Beat Mvcda, 11.1 tea, IMaat. Bom, n fr-wlta, Vara "eerln, I'atataea, to., at lowMlprtrm Tra Hraat Navrltlv. oif.rtrl without warn. I will p.t ISO. fOrT A NAMH . 0' four aWck until you aaa Ihla naw aul"a;u. btrtral arlatlM allow. colora. Gnat iDdrKanttnt. for order, thl. yaar. Voa will b mrprlawi at my bargain offan. rV.4 your adrtraai on Foaul Unity. Ttll your trini to wad too. Old, euaumtra will nc.It. a oopy. r. H. ttlLLa, iMimu, Box 10. Em UUI. N.Y nopuusrs, soaiAUSTs, tJLvm At brmoriratawriiiti.it hi mil rrfurm Imoki, Catalog fr,aaniil. and Uimi 10 eta. IIUHU8 U. KKHK a CO., 49 r ift. Ar.,(.Ua HT"TI5?I I1A BllkFriwRaHii,brw,Tnaarr,swta J . ' t ri;lAnualnlr0Bw,LAtJUllNUC(ltllA, J, : ' ' '".'i ? 'P,MlhiulM,Mn(.aM.MHrValllliulM I t, '$ltk FlnertHamptoBnokof 4T)01S Blnrm IUrf I ,v-- ') Vkhlonaaa IIMon N.ma UAl'aUa Pr.ailuw. W44aMlMI to. Mauu OHIO CAKO CO., Cadi OUw co r-T REAL BAItmillS O -. 1 Ito.d Waa-ona at l.44 fXHi I Tap Koad Waoaa at .TO lap Jtuaair. atavg.uv Riirrlti M.l.fiOi I'liri'ton.17 lttriif WlMfon. fit; BIiikIh MuniMH .t.7&: harm linr- IMMMttllt. AlxoCarlH.HKlilli'H and every thlnif In the veliielo lino at loweHt wholesale prices. All correct In ittylo, quality and workmanship. Buy dlruct from factory. Save dealer' proflta. We Hell one or more a low a. others Bell In car lota, and Nlilp C. O. D. with pi1tIIk of examination. Ouaranteed an represented or money refunded. Write foreatnloirneand testimonial" Vee". CASH BUYEP.S'UNION.158 W.ViaBurta St. B Si, Cblcs Please mention the Advocate and Neva when writing to our advertisers. , SEASONABLE SUGGESTION TAKE A TRIP TO ii OR THE limf Coast Best Reached in Through Cars fey Louisville & Nashville R. R. Write for Information to C P. ATM0RE,Gtn'lp4Ss. Ajjctt, LOUISVILLE, KY The I opelca -Business Oollege LEADING SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, SHORTHAND, PENMANSHIP tnd TELEGRAPHY. Cheap Rates. Leuons by Mail. Good Poiitiont. Elegant Catalogue Free. Addren L. H. Strlckler, Topeka, Kai FAIRBANKS' SGALB5. -"Vil i' I ''Ki lhij';hi,.ii' 'ikHmw llliliir IH ACCURATE. DURABLE. Write for CsUlotrna. FAIRBANKS-MORSE Gasoline Engines. PORTABLE OS ST ATIONSHY Cheapest Power Known FAIRBANKS' STEEL WINDMILLS FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., Catalogues cheerfully sent. STATION "A," KANSAS CITY, flO. HEIITIG'I ADVOCATE A.'iD BEQS WHXN TOC WRITE TO AMY Or OCR ADVERTISERS