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"tmintt(ttttttt J. Robert Gillam has the measles. B. F. AngUad uf Argonia, was in town Tuesday. Judge Chapman ef Valverde, was in the city Thursday. Poultry wanted at all times at Wyatt Bros.' by T. C. Roup. tf Walter Morris will probably visit with Wellington friends Sunday. Tom Hicks Wright camedown fron Belle Plaine Wednesday morning. Seed barley and fresh garden seeds in bulk. -E May, Spicknall block. 13 Tom Roup has been elected mana ger of the band to succed S.im Trew Shelby Pile is sick atain with the old complaint, but is not considered serious. H.C. Unsell and wife of Caldwe)', were in the city Tuesday t nroute b Chicago. All of the county's hay on the poor farm buTiod Tuesday. There were two ricks. A good piano to exchange for gen gentle driver. Call on T. C. Roup at Wyatt Bros.' tf Mrs Geo.S' oneMd returned Thurs da) frm a vsit at Attica, Caldwell aud other points. Mrs. Cash Pratt and daughter of Pel th, were fis-iting and shopping In the city Tuesday. Bring your poultry to Wyatt Bros.' Grocery. I will pay the highest cash price T. C. Roup. tf Jo k'ramer left Tuesday morning for Je Orleans on business for tin Kramer Milling Co. Mrs. Thos. Murphy, who has been sufferir.g with the b'.ack measles, is reporte i much better. Jurige Suffelbtch has issued an order fur the sale of real estate be lunging to L zzie K. Guin, deceased. Will Freeman was in from Harmon township Tuesday and reports hi father, G. L. Freeman, much better. Chicken thieres made a raid on the vicinity .of Clearwater Monday night and stole a large number of chickens. Thos. Richardson, the venerable dry goods merchant, is able to be at the store after a week's confinement with sickness. The appellate court Honda) affirmed the case of H. C. Holdredge, constable of t he city of Caldwell, -C. A. J. McConbs. Mrs. John Kicks, mother of Mrs. 1! L. Buttrev, returned from Illinois' Weclm stU.. night, wherashe had bee., spending lie winter. T.... tf O g --t t i . t i.ev. i. o. .uayse tt seuooi at jac: son Center closed Wednesday. Hi wife taught the last eight days ru account of bis sickness. S. S. Dunkin and daughter, Hint Fannie, arrived from Edgewooi, (). T., Monday evening to visit with the family of Fred L Naugle. R. J. Reno, a lumber merchant nf Grid'ey, III., arrived here Thursday niglit on a v sit to his brother, VV. A Renn. IK owns land in this coun . The bucket shop at this place ai.i not open Monday. The young ni.in inchaig.-of i( decided it would be cheaper 10 quit than buck the Bene!! el law. State T.cMirerGrimesha" prepare d a table Bhowing the amount of bonds la the p,rnianeut school fund, bv counties. Sumner county has $57,oUO worth. Thos.Mo.iiey was circulating a peti- tion yesterday for nomination as an iuueienoeuL canuiuaie tor street Corsi- missloi.er. He is finding many remiy signers. R y and M iry Collins and Miss Ida Hale returned to their home in Ca.ii well Wednesday night, after attend ing funerai of the Collins baly Wedntsiuy. J. S. Springer of Argonia, spent the night with M. H. Kirk and went to Caldwell Thursday morning to attend the trial of Geo. Morris, charged with chicken stealing. Miss Mynne Pace of K. C, has Just arrived and will trim for Mrs. M .V Beckwith the coming season. We will be pleased, to see all at our open ing the 25tli inst. The preliminary examination or Henry Felter, charged with obtaining money under false pretenses, has been continued until April 7, at the re quest of Justice Chaddon. Go away from home to learn the news. Toe Wichita Eagle says that in portions of Sumner county horses have recently died with something that resembled spinal meningitis. L, W. Johnson, the auctioneer of Rome, has bad seventeen years' ex perience. If you want anyone to cry a sale, dates can be arranged at this office. Terms, 15; over $500, one per cent. 12 Cleo Burnette and wie were in Hunnewell and South Haven Wid e; day afternooa. Cleo says it is won derful the way South Haven is laying vitrified brick sidewalks. The brick is being shipped in by the carloads, and walks are being laid rapidly. The wooden crossings are being torn up and replaced with stone. The general apneaance of the city is much improved thereby, and every diiar exptfrieii aids to the value of town pr party. Miss Est Uer Burkholder of Fort Scott, who has been visiting the fam ilies of W. D. Franlz and Sumner Wuitson for several days, went to W ifeld Wedt.eday cveliing to visit friends. The women of Oxford must be a rare lot. A cook book containing 122 p ik'es of recipes for making palatable dishes has just been issued by them Harry Collins, a little son of Bobt Collins, died at IBM home of Lige Wilson Tuesc'ay. The ciild had been visiting its sister, Mrs. Wilcon, and was taken sick with spinal men ingitis. The funeral was held from Wilson's home Wednesday morning, the family arriving from Caldwell last night, and burial was made in Prairie Lawn Frank Juukins, machinist at the round house, bid his friends goodbye Wednesday. 1 ie left this Wednesday evening for Chicago, where he hopes to secure a position. He has a 60 The women of Oxford fumlthad all days' leave of absence, with privilege Meracipes. of looking for a better location and Dispatcher John r. nh lefr.nw t.ha returning to WpllintMnn if hp fall Santa Fe Wednesday on an extended He will visit at Arkansas City and vuui to artcoia, in., new York city Kansas uuy enroute to cnicigo and Washington, D.C Dispatcher It is said in railroad circles that S.T. Dunham will handle the keys in the Santa Fe management contet- uis aosence. plates the erection at Topeka within Andy Banks' father. J. EL Bank the next vear of a locomotive cud. died at the home of his ion west and 'taction shop to cost in the neighbor aotth of town Tuesday, a gad 13 hood of 160,0H. The new shop will years. The funeral was held Wedrips lay afternoon, burial being made in Prairie Lawn. W. R. Savage had a dream Tueday night. He dreamed he had sold all of his wheat at 40 cents a bushel, and that the price jumped to 73 cents immediately afterward. The shock awakened him. Prof, and Mrs. H. F. M. Bear re ceived the finest baby carriage ever see.u in Wellington, Wednesday. It was sent by a millionaire uncle of Prof. Bear, from Montana, as a birth gift to their baby. John Sneer and Josenh Merlill ltM editor of the Chicago Tribune, learned the printei's trade in the same print s.iop in Medina, 0. They weie bosom frieuo, aud Speer often went to Chi cago to visit Medill. Judge Derrick has accepted an invitation to act as one of the judges in an oratorical contest between the William Jewell college at Liberty, Mo., and the Ottawa (Ks.) university, to occur at Liberty, Mo., April 10. The Knights Templar elected offic er as follows Tuesday night: T. E. Purdy, E. C; Dr. W. M. Martin, G.; Chas. Weddle, C.G.;Ed Hansen, S.W.; S. D. Way nick, J. W.; H. S. Carter, P.; El Hayes, treasurer: C. E. Flandro, secretary. W. R. Spicknall returned from Norwich Wednescay where he went a L-w days ago to look after his wheat crop there, ne has a half section of land near Norwich. He reports the wlu-at there in about the same con dition as here. Thos. Monley is negotiating for one of the latest improved street sweep ers, to be used in connection with his 9treet spriukler. He contemplates sweeping the streets every night after business hours, thus keeping them always clean. Merchants say that the number of women in town who buy laces, and have it charged on the hill as fliunels. is surprising. It seems that all men are alike; they object to paying for useless thicgs.but are reconciled easily tu bil's for necessities. Twenty five or thirty Wellington Democrats have received invitations to the Bourbon feed to be held at Topeka March 30. When they hear that 500 gallons of oil of joy has been ordered for the occasion, they will all make arrangements to go. John Caldwell will graduate in medicine next month. He is attend ing college in St. Lou nel'iogtonians will graduate in medicine this spring: Ray Ferguson and A. Branaman at Kansas Citv. and John Caldwell at St. Louis. Mrs. Gardner Stearn, who has been spending the winter with her daugh ters, Mrs. C. E. Hitchcock anj Mrs CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. G. Campbell, left Thursday morning Tile Kind Yd!! HaVe for Palmyra, Wis., to visit another daughter, and from there will return to her home near Cleveland, O. Sheriff Jas. Ganoof Medicine Lodge, was in the city Wednesday, having in custody one Tom Cottrell, who, it will be remembered, kidnapped a girl at Medicine Lodge the 4th of July last. The incident was written up in the Voice at the time. Cottrell was caught in Missouri a fewdaysago. Mrs. Frank T. Owens went to Kan sas City Thursd y morning to attei d commencement exercises of the Kan sas City Medical college next Wednes day evening. Her brother, Ray Fer guson, is one of the graduating cla9s. A. Branaman is also one of the grad uates. We want a well posted competent man in every county t) handle our malleable iron fence post, the cheap est and be9t post for wire fencing sold. Representatives must be men of financial responsibility. Address J. L.Wiggins, president Inter-State Mai lable Iron and Machine Work r)n- luth, Minnesota. Geo. T. Pitts, who has been in Gar den City for several days assisting in tne aerense or his cousin, A. F Pitts who was on trial for the killing of two neignoors, a rather and son named Nabor, returned Tuesday mornlno-. The jury brought in a verdict yester day acquitting him. The killing was clearly in self defense. be equipped with all of the latest machinery for the construction of locomotives. It is the intention to make this shop one of the most com plete of its kind in the country. Mrs. II Loper entertained the Tuesday Afternoon club Tuesday afternoon, at which the following ladies were present: Mesdames B. F. Sparr, H. F. Smith, T. A. Mayhew, E. A. Aust in, Al Russell, G. L. Sel lers, John T. Showalter. J. E. Kramer, J. W. Haughey, L. J. French, M. R. McLean, W. D. Frantz, H. W. An drews, H. F. M. Bear; Miss Frances Bear. Games aud luncheon were features or the entertainment. The Crokinole club metat the limne of Mrs. Harry Amy Tuesday evening. Social games were indulged In until a late hour. Mrs. W. H. Keever and Mr. Amy came out victorious In the game coulests. Refreshments were served, when they adjourned to meet next Tuesday at Mrs. W. H. Keever's. Those present Tuesday night were: Mr.and Mrs.D.Middleton,Mr.andMrs. H. Amy, Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Combs, Mr.and Mrs. Keiser, Mr. and Mrs. Keever, Mrs. W. H. Keever and Miss Maggie Marshall. Orand Opening. A new millinery store In Miss Campbell's book store Saturday after noon, 25th inst, and evening. The Wellington orchestra will furnish music in the evening. Everyone cor dially invited to attend. Mas. M. A. Beckwith. Working Mght and Day. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr.King's New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar- coated globule of health, that changes weakness into strength, listlessness into energy, brain-fag into mental power. They're wonderful in build ing up the health. Only 2 c per box. Sold by F. B. Snyder. Bears tha A fa! AiW3VS BOifgftt Graiu-0 Brlaa? Relief to the coffee drinker. Coffee drinking is a habit that is universally indulged in and almost as universally injurious. Have you tried GrainO? It is al most like coffee but the effects are just the opposite. Coffee upsets the stomach, ruins the digestion, effects the heart and disturbs the wholp nervous system. GrainO tones up the stomach, aids digestion and Three strengthens the uerves. There ii nothing but nouriihraent in Grain O- It can't be otherwise. 15 and 25c. per package. , work of CORRESPONDENCE. ward ex, ti m I Oit SO Sumner county and look for- expectantly to its advent. sowing and hot bed making are COUNCIL HILL. tDe rder (,f tbe da f the exposures two new cases of day H ,. .),, n.n t . n i. mar. fiw.-ucouy L,e rorce aiea at smallpox are reported. Bears the S;na t ore of fer WHEN YOU WANT The Highest Market Price for your Produce just come and see as. We will sell you Qroceries as CHEAP as anybody, and give you First Class Goods in every respect. the residence of her father, Wm. Le Force, at Zyba, on Friday evening. She has suffered some weeks past with heart disease. E;d. J. E. Cain of Belle Plaine preached the funeral at Council Hill Saturday afternoon, af ter which she was laid to rest. in the Council Hill cemetery. Mr. Le Force has the sympathy of tbe entire com munity in his affliction; this is tbe seventh child besides his wife that he has burled lince he came to Kansas. Edwin Hughes planted a bushel of potatoes last week. Some farmers are sowing oat and some plowing for corn. The London school had a light at tendance last week, owing to bad weather and sicknew. Uncle Henry Smith and wife, pa rent! of Mrs. Edwin nugbes, wert visiting In the comm'inity last week. The wheat weather has been m ire favorable tbe past week. Last Tues day was equal to the Friday before In blowing but the ground beiog wet the dust did not blow. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Benner, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Vreeland and Sallie French, all members of the Haysvllle Chris tian church, visited at Council Hill last Thursday. The men had a royal time chasing jack rabbits with grey hounds. The Hukle Correspondent spoke list week of school house depredations. We think the teacher Is largely at fault In the matter. A teacher who can't take care of the school property as required by law ought to change his occupation. If not, school boards should cease to employ such teachers HUKLE, Letcher Sadler aud family recently from Washington will occupy the Sut ter house In Sedgwick county. William Matthews had two horses killed and a third one badly injured by lightning on Monday night the MM. Six of Prof. Geo. Nixon's nunils of the Pleasant Valley school attend the county examination at Clearwater Saturday. John C. Crowdus, who was so nain fully injured bv a fall from bis wagon, is slowing recovering though still con . fined to his bed. Mrs. S. A. Kerley and daughter. Etta will move from their farm at an early day and occupy land bought in Feck ef P. S. Morrison. Miss Jennie Teacbout of Sedgwick county, who taught the Meridian school in Sumner county, left Monday to attend s?:-:ool at Emporia. Yes, State Insurance Commissioner McNall had to go. You see he was the friend of the whole people and therefore was not in touch with cor porations, so the present redeemers of Kansas had no use for him. If many of our well meaning young men some old ones too ould spend their spare moments in studying good authors and enrichingtheir mind with thoughts of a noble life, places of vice would not dosuch a thriving business. CALDWELL, Mar. 20 Quite a little stir was created in Caldwell over the arrest of M. Morris, the chicken huckster, who lives in our neighborhood. He was charged with stealing sixty chickens. The trial was continued for ten days at defendant's request. We had a terrible ball storm Friday. A good rain came also. John Jordan sold his cattle to John Falkeuburg at $42.50 per bead. He delivered them Monday. David Browning, who was attend ing the Caldwell high school, died and was buried on Friday. The high school was dismissed and all attended the funeral which was two miles narth of town. W. B. Willis, an old and highly re spected citizen of this township, died and was buried Friday at Caldwell cemetery. He was an uncle of our representative, Cyrus D. Newman. He was about eighty years of age. CLMARDALB. Jack Patton's have the measles. Mattie Osborne has the measles. Chas. Togg is working for W. M. Harris. Mr. Boram's are all down with the measles. Ed Norris is workina for H. J. Donahue. Bert Arnspiger has the measles in bis family. Arnold Togg has iuflammitrr rheumatism. Will Miller is working for Hum phrey Osborne. F. D. Hall is canvassing for an east ern fruit concern. Marion Bledsoe is reducing his biir wood pile to sticks. Many Voice readers sneak anr.re datively of your coming Historical Chas Laton is home again after a short stay at Wellington. Ed and Will Schlmmel are conva lescing from the measles. The Jordan girl who had smallpox is reported as getting well. Geo. Schimmel, who is visiting in Illinois, will return about June 1st. Wm Levering closed his school at Mulberry Grove on account of measles. Under the influence of rain and sun shine the wheat is growing consider able. Nell e ilartsel is staying with her sister, Mr. Jirboe, while the latter is having the measles. Henry Arnspiger, who had the grippe has lost tbe power to speak abovo a whiner. He is now taking treat meat of an electrician at Ar kansas City aod is fast, rei'ovirlng. MAT FIELD. Mar. 21. We had another good rain Friday evening accompanied by con siderable hail. flic Methodists had a new preacher Sunday. Annie Stayton is visiting relatives in Texas at this writing. Rev. Penick failed to fill his ap pointment at the CP. church Sunday. Rev. Rose will preach at the M. E. church next Sunday m rning and evening. Will Magill closed a six months term of school at Independence last Friday. There will be preaching and Sunday school at the Baptist church next Sundav. Mat Miller has moved onto the farm known as the FreJ Cole farm east of May Held. Rev. John Evans and Prof. R. G. Creekmorecame in from Rogers, Ark , Sunday morning. Ethel Joseph, her mother and sis ter of Enid, O. T., visited friends in our community last week. Mrs. L. T. Greathouseand Amandie Joseph left for Sniinwlield. Mo. last Friday to be at the bedside of their brother, who Is very sick. UfllTV SIX. slender. Maybe the school will learn after awhile thai a teacher of the gentleman sex makes the best teacher. Some correspondent said goats ought to be in demand. They should have een the goat that was at River dale last Saturday, it would have made them think of Barnum's white elephant. A tramp came to Charley Scott's last week and refused to give hi? name. After some consultation they agreed to give him a name and keep him. Mr. Scott was expecting a girl. The mother is doing well. The Riverdale correspondent says he will lay down bis pen because he is going to move into another town ship. That is a very poor excuse as you only needed to move across the road to get into another townshio. I expect you are in a Republican town ship and afraid to bold up our banner. MEDFORD, 0 T. Mar. 22 -Mr. Diveley's IRtle son is very ill at this writing. Tbe band coscert was postponed on account of measles. The measles sccompaoied Frank Price home Tuesday. John Striders has moved in tbe house recently vacated by Mr. Derby. Mrs. Boyes, the landlady at the Commerical hotel, is on the sick list. Mr. Diverly has his green house completed, and filled with beautiful flowers. Rev. Hanner is still holding meet- ing at the Christian church. Mr. Huinr will probably be their tutors pastor. Jwhn Mi' kle.T of Perth came duv Wednesday morning, returnlngTimra- EXCURSION RATES to Western Canada and particulars BW to s . uro 1M arrts of tta best wb-at kro vim laiidonihscntlDent, cai ! secured on application to the Supcr Intfn ntof Immigration, Ottawa, Canada or of the undamaged. Specially conducted excursions will leave St. Paul, Minn., on the first and third Wednesdays in each month, ind txcpptlotiully low rate: on all Daea of rnliWHT Havili2 St I'nii. ar h..'.,, I f.,- Excursion leaving there on April 5th for tll points in Manitoba, ftssinibola, ftlberta and Saseatchewan. J", a. CEAWFOED. OMUdiaa U ivrrnmcut Aaent. 214 W'tit Ninth S:rat. KANSAS CfTY, MOl Administrator' Notice. State of Kansas, I . sunnier County. In the probate court in and forsuld coan Jc: In the mutter of tin. Maate ,,r I fc ir (jiilu, deceased: NOTICE Is htwby plrrn that Letter of AdmlnMrutlon h:ive bMH granted t tllp undersli'n.'d on tin. ..tut.. ,,f I ;.i v Ciuln. liitf of said county, den-axed. In th honorable, the probate court of the county and state aforesaid, dated the Sih day ef Now all persons bavin claim axilnat. the said estate ur u.r..h ... ;a that they must present the satee to th tw drrlurnrd fur n 11. m:i n.-.. wltht the date of Hid letter, or they may I pn- i uuieu inmi any uenem or such estate. an that If such claims be not exhibited iUUi three years after the date of said letter tftew shall be forerer barred. M H.GI IN. Administrator of the estate of IJate K. uuln, deceased. Firit published In Voice Mar. Jt. U!HH Publication Notice. No, x;w, In the district court within and lor tl county of sumner In ho state of Kanssa. .lohu Corliss, rialntff. I .loin ri. A. Walcher.et al. I Defendants, John A. Walcher, Cora G. Walcher. V A A Kumler. Kamuel ). Felix and Mrs Samuel O. lellx. will take notice that the said John Corl'ss plaintiff, did, on tbeSrd davof orein ber. MIH, flle his petition in said dUtrlrt court, within and for the county of Sumner In tbe sttte of Kansas, apainat tbe sa d Jokn A, Walcher. CorsiU Walcher, P. A. Z Knrr; ler, Samuel 0. Felix and Mrs. f amuel O.Kellx (his wife), li. S. Van Horn and Mrs. I). S. Van Horn, ikU wlfel.O. Poutiii and m ivtw. T. rry. ihia wife), defendants, and that the sulil lohn A, Walcher. Cora (J. Walcher. F.A. .. K ii tub r. Saniiivl I) f..o, u.. c 0. Felix hi- wife), must answer said petlttoai ineu a i uiorcsam on or iierore the titli day of May, lsW, or said petition will be talca a Wheat, is not inirf us hurl at iime true, and a Judjrmetit in rem rendered hesakt v near, is DO ran as Da a as some action against said tefesidaiitZ John A wSkV iiiT iki i ora ii ivai-tier l..r t W- nun nf l.OOO.dO with interest thereon at the rate of Mar. 22 At the spelling and cy plierinK matcli at Prairie Center lait m j i t I norm wirei, u, row in and Mrs 0 Tom. Tuesday night, Lester Curry was the im.ihi, wife). (...rie-Terrj atViirs Vbu9 oesi in out u cases. Jim Swan's baby is very sick. Miss Mattie Swope is very sick, thought Brother Bernstorf will preach hi farewell sermon at Seventy-Six nex Sunday night. cu. . ,.i ... i ..i ... ment 'iiMlm Cu.,-o. iSKcmug preuy cherrd Cora 0. Walcher for .he for. in, 10 per cunt, per annum from in- lst dav of Sentrliil t r IST urilf.,r tl... t i. .- . IS t lth inn ire1 thine, n;atth. rate of lfl per poi iiiiuiiui i nun me .uMiay of yclolier, 1KSH. and for costs nf salt, and a turrher hidir ment nglnt st.ld defendants, JoMt .V Wsj- WANT COLUMN. FOR AL.-A flae drug stock complete with soda fountain for sale orexchaote. Apoiv at Aetna holel. ,1 T OtI.-A fray mare eleven j ooui sixteen Jsn.es G. Dunham year old. Li About sixteen hand high, belonging to Miiierton, Ran. Under of a certain mortgage upon the toHowimr. described real estate, fi-wit; l ot -; -.( and 10 In block : in city of Wel lington, lying; and sltuati d in thecountjof Sumner. In the state of Kansas, ai dailhKfe in; that the said plaintiff has the first Urn on said preml-es, to the amount for which Judg ment will he taten is ifniflnH, and order ing said premises to I. sold without ap praisement, and the proceeds applied to I he p-ijnient of the amount due plaintiff Ind costs of suit, and forever barring and forrloe inir nald defendants, and each of Hum of and from all right, title, estate, interest, property, and Bquttj of r demptlon. In or to said premises, or any part thereof. Attest: W H. Ovehholtzbtt. A.W. DAI!, HaSJUOK A IGFRAt'toroeia for Plaintiff. ' Sheriff's Sale. No. M79. In the district ceurt of Sumr.er county. In the state of Kansas. Lombard Llquida-l uon vo., a corpora tion. Plaintiff, Tl. J no. Greenley, Cor nelia A. (Jreenlsy Geo. It. Fiiltr, Ira M. Kultz. Geo. k. Clark. Henry C. Flower. Llda C I Flower. Lutlla F. ' Stewart, Jno. T. f-t-wart. LoHbard Investment Co , (a corperatloo), Wash I'oppslwe 11, n D. hoi. Wilton Sav-1 leg bank, (a cor-1 porationi, El ml ra College. (corpor-1 t'on UaudM. Na Iv Co.(corporat mi. A. D. Blair.Mlirordi Saving bank, (a I corpiiratlon). W. F. Hiynes.Monad-l hoc. savlrgs ! aok. (a corporation:. Firkt National hankit Wellington. Kansas, (a corp ira-1 tion, B. J. Sheri-! dan an . celrer. Tbe Sumner Na I tional bank of Wei-1 lingtoo, Kans, (a corporation), B. J Sheridan as Re ceiver, Tbe Farm- j lngton National I bank, (s corpora tion), Defendants, j D Y TIRTUEofsn order of sale Isaued to ast 1) out of aald district court. In tin- h. entitled action I will, on Monday, the 10th day of A; ril, A. I. im, between two and three o'clock . m nf said day, at the front door nt ti court house In tbe city of Wellington, ! the county of Sumner and state "' Kaii .. offer at nubile sale and wlt in "-- and best bidder for cash in hand, all ts M will please notify me and I w'm pay for the ?ud.U'r,i bld(l!!lior c.sh ln nand- " trouble. or,Pe lowing describes! real estate, to-wtt: vu nr, wjy iru i, iuu L ill t mm I OSUI CSE U X Ci CASH will buy a good, four-room I the northwest quarter of section thJrt-m lililo house Int. ML font fnni i.k ..ii I 111 intnwnihtn thirtv.ll,ru To . lv !3 afrworks, cellsr. small barn and young L range one d). esst of sixth principal n.. ruJ- shade trees, all growing Good location, this la". ly'ns" and situate in thountj rsu;i city. Inquire at Voici office for particulars. Ber snd state of Kansas. nr.STa wasiTx-n mZ m Z Tn Te-derlbsd resl sUtL taken w u.i l iV i i Kansas Ststs th properly of said defeodtutfs. aidwdl ... Z?"oa ot McPhsrson. redid by said order ef satrTl , V4 nt It in eVer, IhS. -til! i 5 w:,DVul W t 2 Vr.m ' . .1" I samonyioisa . : aiuiii inn cle In Snmnsr or Cowley couutfes. rfiwH wnie 10 a. r ttsrnsugn. concord. Kansas He has the a sifnroent of assasSa for tki,u Witness my hand Ihl 8tk day of JTvai A.D.1M JAS. B. HtShETT, Pbfctlff or iLncrOonty. hi Pitt Hack tv K',.!., I'n'r. First publisbesl la Voioa Max, i,