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us 11? R1 save time and money and Im prove their con- 4ifiMi if .hair Jticket carries them to the IFREE HOMESTEAD LANDS IN WESTERN CANADA Secure for yourself and your sons a herit age, costing you nothing. In the course of a few years it will YIELD YOU A COMPETENCE as it has done thousands of others, who falling elsewhere, to-day hare comforta ble homes. Yield of wheat is phenomenal and prices the highest, owing to extra quality 01 grain ana LOW RAILWAY RATES THAT EXIST. Climate healthy, fuel plentiful and taxes merely nom inal. Write for particulars and experience of farmers to the nearect agent of the Canadian Gorernment or Supt. of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to J. 8. CRAWFORD, Canadian Government Agent, 211 West Stth Street, Kansas City, Mo. ...THE HIGH-GRADE... NEW ROYAL family Sewing machine Posesses all the modern improvements to be found in any first-class machine. Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years ..MANUFACTURED BY.. ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO. SOCKFORD, ILLINOIS 1 SOLD BY (A Small Load) W KINGS SLMI- SMOKELESS POWDER is far better than a larger load of the or dinary black powder. It tfives HitfherVelocity Vwith duDerior Accuracy Creatly Improved Pattern and doea not foul! and in PETERS METALLIC CARTRIDGES Ask for them and get them, PETfRS CARTRIDGE CO, HIGH-GRADE 3 $22.50 net. I rrii'iriTtnva X' - TT.wthnrn -Vy, inch iriianmnd chapr). Chola-J-16 inch bent I nsmf neu renwrB ana mpu iiiiuianapuu' vrn quality), ilnw crnter and blueil rules. Vnmt J Kerulart4-inrh.optionstirStin'hes. r'Ul.h-Dark I myrtle irreen. neatly hand striped, tear ltegrular i Tt, option 10 tooth rear and H fmut uprocksts an used on 71 prear, 10 and U on 7S. Handle Ran J Adjustable, Pedals-Biidseport, rat trap. ai- sie Gilliam, padded top. fiwki Tanient. En-al-J siorSee.llCo'sbeBtNo.S.3SfMi.t.5srear. Tln lS-inch Morgan Wniiht double tube. Twl H I --Containing wrench, oiler, repair outfit and ypan J ner. T read -Winch. Tablag-ShtlbvcM drawn J seamless. Wheel B 4.I inches. W heal it Inches. Weight About) tt pound. 15000 SoSd in 1898 It's as pood as any wheel made. All modern S improvements. Guaranteed foroneyear. It ! not found as represented, return at our ex-. i pense both wav. nod you can bave your i ; money nacK on demand ASK IS TO SEND YOU 01'R FREE BICYCLE CATALOG t Send 13 cents (or our 1.000 paee catalogue, i E It Lsts everything used oy manKina. 5 MONTGOMERY WARD i CO., CHICAGO. it Is Unnatural to Be Sick. It is natural to be well. Every known disease cured wilhoul drugs. If you have any ailment whatever, bring your case to Mme. D. J. S. Reed and be re lieved. Everyone benefitted most are cureo. To everyone Suffering from any trouble what ever the assurance of help is given. Come and be convinced TERMS-Consultatlon free. Treat ment 11.00 each, invariably in advance Seven treatments 15.00. Absent treat ment ca.uu per montn. Eoom9 at Epperson's, two blocks Dortb of the Court House. OltlGG flours 10 to 12 and 2 till 6. 9m You find it in Celebrated s Acts gently on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels f,EANSES THE $YSTEM J.. EFFECTUALLY OVERCOMES lrr0 1 hABlTA,C0HSAT,0N - PERMANENTLY BWT THE GENUINE-MAN'F D By l?RNIAfrG,SYRVP(2. ?"."" .'!..'" fO AU W AU MVal POKl Mt K Wilt. A Mother Tells How She Saved Her Little Daughter's Life. I am the mother of eight cbildreu and bave had a great deal of expert eoce with medicines. Last sumnie my little daughter had the dyserjtery In its worst form. We tho'ught she would die. I tried everything I could think of, but nothing seemed to do her any good. I saw by an advertise ment in our paper thatChamberlain'i Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy wa9 highly recommended and sen and gut a bottle at once. It proved to be one of the very best medicines we ever had in the house. It saved my little daughter's life. I am anx ious for every mother to know what an excellent medicine it is. Had known it at first it would have saved me a great deal of anxiety and my little daughter much suffering. Yours truly, Mrs! G. F. Burdick, Liberty R. I. For sale by All Druggists. The job of census enumerator which o many mpn are neglecting thei work to chise. will in no instance pay more than $125, aud will not average more than $75. Enumerators will be paid at the rate of $2.50 for every hun dred names turned in. Enumerators n the country will not be able make more than $1 a day at this rate no matter how good a hustler he Enumerators in the cities wi'l able to make $2 or $2.50 a day. addition to their other work, th enumerators mast ask a long list of questions fur every name he write1 down, and make out three copies of their daily reports. The job of censu taker is about the poorest political thing afloat , and there is more "grief in connection with it than there about a clerkship in a railroad office The enumerators will not get to com mence work before uext spring, and their pay will be held up until the who.ejobis completed and all cor rections are made to the satisfaction of the department. Kansas City Journal: Charles Elliott of Wellington, was in Kansa City a short time yesterday, accom panied by his wife and daughter, They are enroute to Chicago. Fro there they will go to the northern lakes to take a vacation. Mr. Elliott is one of the best known lawyers an politicians in southern Kansas "Sumuer county will have a great corn crop," he said, "although th hot winds did considerable damage A conservative estimate places thf loss at or zo per cent, aumnei county is the banner wheat county Kansas and raised 5,000,000 bushels wheat last year. The yield this yeai win not exceed one-third of that oi 1898. The farmers look at the de creased corn and wheat crop in philosophical manner and are not grumbling. A great many will repaid in part from the cereal loss by the alfalfa crop, which is very good Mr. Elliott also expressed bis belie) in Republican victory this fall. " The Ponca City Courier says: "Al the metropolitan papers yesterday contained the announcement that Clyde Mattox was safe in jail at Xew kirk. The Courier took occasion to look the matter up yesttrday anc found that Mattox was not there and likely would not be there until the latter part of the week. The informa tion probably grew out of the fact that while in Guthrie, Hon. Tempi Houston was wired to come here tt once, and the correspondents jumped at the conclusion that Mattox was at home. Mr. Houston was merely calleJ here to talk over some legal matters connected with the case." Mrs. Kelly -Worked" Aralo Mrs. Martha Kelly, the old soldeir's widow whose experience at Winfleld and Xewkirk with a gay deceiver is still fresh in the mind of the public, ii tbe victim of another schemer and this time is mourning the loss of a brother-in-law" and $110 in pension mooev. About two weeks ago Mrs. Kel'.ey was sent to Wellington from Belle Plaine by the authorities of the. latter place. She took up her abode on West Haryey avenue with her children. A week ago a ,lbrot!ier-in-law" put in an appearance at her house, claiming to be Jesse Kelley, a brother of her dead husband. She received him, of course. Tuesday she drew 1110 from the Farmer's bank. The "brother-in law" accompanied her up town and stood on the corner oppjsite ike bank while she drew the money. She first drew $1.25 and took it acrcss the street and gave it to him. She then returned and drew the re.'t of the $110. Wednesday the ''brother in-law" bought a ticket for Pittsburg, this state. Thursday morning Mrs. Kelly complained to the officers that she had been robbed. She says the monev was in a pocketbook, wrapped up in a rag and lying under some clothes in a bureau drawer. Her thirteen-year-old daughter Florence saw the man with the pocketbook and a warrant ior ins arrest was issued upon her complaint. A telegram wa9 sent to the Pittsburg authorities to arrest Kelly. mursaay a receipt for a regis tered letter containing $75 was re ceiveu irom Aansas Lilly, it was - ! ... J IT .-. . . sent to "Kelly V address but was di rected to C. H. Love. Love is evi dently the man's correct name. He is thought to be a photographer. A Threshing Machine burned. A threshing machine belonging to a man named Mix was destroyed by fire near Kiverdale Wednesdaj. It was threshing wheat on the farm of Wes ley Gardner, who lives on the south west quarter of the section on which the town of Riverdale is locate! Three ricks of wheat belonging to Gardner were also destroyed. The fire probably started by spon taneous combustion. The Are in the engine had been banked and the men were at dinner, when flames were seen issuing from the mouth of the separator. Before the thresher could be reached the separator was destroy ed and the ricks of wheat were a miss of flames. This is the first threshitiir machine accident reported in the county this year. Married. F; D. Pratt of Wellington, atd Miss Sophia Madox of Oxford, were mar ried last evening at the residence of the officiating minister, Rev. Wm Lonn, corner of Fourth and Blaine streets. Mr. Pratt is an emnlove of a furniture house in Wellington, and Is regarded as a worthy young man The bride is a most estimable and charming young lady with bests of friends in the county. The wedding was a quiet one, only intimate friends and relatives beinir nrpsenf.. Thp newly married people will reside ve miles southwest of Welling ton on a farm. The Journal extends congratulations to the newly uiamea youngp eopie. Journal 10. Constipation Can Be Cured. Medical science is constantly msk ng new discoveries and improving on old methods. One of the latest dis coveries is Bailey's Laxative Tablets, fjr the cure of Constipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness aud Liver Troubles. The active principle is the genuine Cacara Sagrada, which makes actual cures. The tablets are chocolate coated. Twenty tablets In a ten-cent package and sixty tablets in a twenty-flvt-cent package, and one tablet brings relief. None irenu ine unless bearing the signature of W. J. Bailey, Chicago, on outside wrapper. Sold by n. F. Smith. A Colorado Summer Differs from summers elsewhere. The altitude of Colorado is one to three miles; heat is grateful, not eoerva ting.Tue Rocky Mountains of Colora ao are magnincent. To be out ol doors in this ideal region, huntinz Ashing, and mountain climbiug, Is a nne ionic ror toe tired. Illustrate 000k, "A Colorado Summer," free on application to local agent A.. T, S. F. Ry. The best way to go is via tne oanta r e itoute. Marrlaje Licenses. ( F. D. Pratt, over 21 Wplllnot.nr ( Sophia Madox, 18 Oxford The Santa Fe railway is abiut to close a contract with the Missouri Pacific railroad for the use of the lat ter's tracks east of the union depot ihebauta he proposes to use the Missouri Pacific tracks from a point in the east bottoms near, where the Santa Fe trains now pass to the Belt Line. The trains now entertheunion depot by means of the Kansas City Belt Line and a "y in the southwest ernpartof the city. This causes delay of at least twenty minutes to each passenger train, which will be saved when the trains enter and leave the city directly over the Missouri raciac tracts. The Santa Fe will continue to operate its freight trains over the Belt Line and west of the anion depot it win continue to ase in 1 own tracts. Star. Flowers are the Doetrr of .the earth; babies the son. - (nets of humanity. Banish ine txaiies, the dimples and the laughter of childhood and the world would become a barren wilderness, in habited by savages. oman's ultimate mission, duty and iov riy prised in the one woru, juomcr hood." Multitudes of women fail of this mission because of weakness and disease of the distinctly femi nine organism. They do not understand that disorders of this description unfit them for wifehood and motherhood, and as a consequence are careless and neglectful of their health in womanly way. Others who realize the truth, shrink from the " examinations " and local treatments " insisted upon by the average physician. Dr. Pierce's Favorite rrescnpuon aoes away wun me necessity for these obnoxious examinations and local treatments. It acts directly and only on the delicate and important organs that are the vestibule of humaa life and makes them strong, healthy, vigorous, virile and elastic. It fits for wifehood and mother hood. It banishes the annoyances of the uncomfortable period preceding maternity and makes baby's arrival in the world easy and nearly painless. All the dangers of maternity vanish under its beneficent in fluence. Its use during the period of an ticipation is a guarantee of the little stran ger's health and an ample supply of natural nourishment Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits. Alt med icine stores sell it Accept no substitute that may be represented as "just as good." rot len years I sunerea unioia misery," writes Mm. Ctrliae Kinir, of New Boston, Sci oto Co., Ohio. " I then took Dr. Pierce's Favor ite Prescription and eleven months later pre sumed my nusbana witn a twelve-pound boy. My health U good." Over a thousand pages of sound medical advice absolutely free. Send 21 one-cent stamps, to cover mailine only, for a paper covered copy of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. Cloth-bound stamps. Address, Wld's Dispensary MQ- ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. F. A. Amsdeu and children have gone to Colorado Stilngs and Denver to remain during August. About the only thlog a patent right is good for is to sell patent right The goods themselves are never sold E. B. Snell and family left Friday morning for Tustin, Cal. They will remain all winter, and ma de clde to locate there permanently, Mills Ebright has returned from Linwood, where he bad been working for some time. He will enter Baker university at Baldwin In September "IIiney"Glan:ann has given up hi posltlou as telegraph operator for the Santa Fe and will open a restaurant and grocery store at Blackwell, O.T in partnership with Joe King. The estimate of the county's cur rent expenses for the next year is $35,000. Of this amount. $16,471 will go to pay interest on bonds and $1,500 will be set aside to build new bridges Lightning struck the dynamo of the street railway company at Wlch ita Wednesday,and residence on Waco avenue. 1 he depot at Derby was also struck and the agent rendered unable to work for several hours. Louie McKnight will resign his yosition with Ilerrlck & Rogers this week. He will spend the rest of the summer at his home in Caldwell and visiting in Kansas City, before enter ng the law department of the state university tins fall. The heavy Kansas crops will lead necessarily to improvements in the railroads. The Santa Fe announces that within the next ninety days it will spend about $300,000 in improving its property in Kansas City, and in creasing its yard capacity. A revolution Is on in Santo D.imi go, the rebels holiing several towns Jiiuinez, the leader, has the popular idea what the work of a leader should be, and will stay in Havana, issoelog J orders from there, until bis followers bave won his battles for him. He says that he will 'hot risk his own neck in the cause. The latest Is the "laughter cure." Laughter is seriously prescribed by prominent physicians ai a specific for bronchial and throat disease. A prominent doctor claims that by the laughter cure be successfully treated five cases of bronchitis. A good laugh, by shaking the chest, helps the expul sion of the secretion. Ab Shearman recived a letter from Mrs.Jack Ivers, at Kansas City Wed nesday, .bearing the intelligence tba' Mr. Iveis was dylog. Mr. Ivers and his wife are at the home of Mr. Shear man's son-in law, Phil Ivers in Kan sasCity. Their home is at Panhan dle City, Tex. Mr. Ivers was para 'yzed a year or so ago and never re covered from the attack. A corpse cams In on the Rock Is land from Ecid this morning, and was transferred to the Santa Fe at thl place. The remains were those of Mrs. Freeman, mother of Francisco Freeman, a conductor on the Rock In land, and were being shipped to Dan ville for burial. The Freemans were former residents of Harper county, but bave been living at Enid for sev- eral years. Journal 10. Geo. Copeland, a bridegroom of a day.fell dead Wednesday afternoon at the borne of bis father near Winfleld, of heart disease. He rode out from town on his wheel and soon after bis arrival be went out to the repair shop close by to make some repairs on his bicycle. Some of tbe family went oat a few minutes after and found him lying1 on the floor dead where he had evidently fallen while tt work. 3 (FF1CIAL DIRECTORY Connty Officers Jlerk wirfn.H p a treasurer ..W. H.Muldi Hegisterof Deeds W. M. Jackson James Hesket Geo. C.Staton Dr. J. G Held W.T.McBrtd W. H. Staffelbacb J. M. Ready W.M.Massej W. H.Overholtiet Sheriff. Surveyor Joroner District Judge Probate Ju tge Attorney Superintendent District Ulerk Jourt stenographer. .Harold lierrtci Commissioners J J v.' Locamaa Jos.Goocb City Officers. Mayor Pi,,n. Clerk A RPhiwrsir Attornev w u Wo.h. Treasurer ..H Fmith Marshal rnsh.-... Street Commilsloner U M Bow rs r-uice juuge w Shearman COUNCIL. First ward ....-W A Llchtnberirpr. C. K iTithwnb Second ward...A A Richard. H E Thompson Third ward Geo T IMtt. c. V f imnir. Kmrid wara Wm Gellno. Eltnei Layne -nm rreiico. r m Atiisaen BOARD OF EDUCATION. First ward J G Camcbell. C E Rris-ht Second ward C C Curtis. W E O Rush Third ward ....W H StalTelbacu. W H Carnei jMMinn wara ua Hayes, Clias Worden Fifth ward J T Sbowalter, W A Maxey Attache.1 territory Mrs J M Ready. J T Merrick Seoret Societies. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ANCHOR LODGE No. meets at K. of P. hall on T lie-day ot each week. Vlaltlne bretnen made welcome. . M.K. McLiah.CC. R. L. Cuttob, K. ot R. and 8. BROTHERHOOD OF L. F. B IG FLINT LODGE. No. 359. meeta at the U.oi L.K.Uall on erst and third Tuesday Mir. m. and second and fourth Tuesda at 8 p. m. C. A. McMullin, Master. Ueo. Hilton, sec y. DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH, I. O. O. F. fiOLr AX LODGE No. 210 meets each Batur 1 day evenlnir at Odd Fellows' hall. Visit ing bretnen and sisters welcomed. MHS. J. E. HCTCRIN80N, N. O. Mrs. Laira Ualtiwakger, Sec'y. RATHBONE SISTERS NO. 57. n OOD II )PK TFM I'l.F.. Xn.X7. nf Rathhnn. U Sisters meets In Kniuhu of I'vthl&s hali orery neunesuay eveninfr. pi Alice jocks, m. e. 0. Mrs. Mattie McCckdt, m. of R. and C GRAND ARMY OF TnE REPUBLIC. 1 A mls MiihLDS 1 UsT, NO. 57. nieeti 'i every rrlclav nlc it at G A. R. Hi.ll Visiting comrades Invited. J.O. woods, Commander. P.Gbimstiad Adlu WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. AMES SHIELDS W. R. C. No. 208. meet very Saturday afternoon in tbe montl at 2:3U at G.A.K. ball. Mrs. B, F. Michael. Mrs. Ada F. Pcoh. Sec'y. President, WELLINGTON LODGE NC. 150 A.F.1A X MEETS at Masonic Hall on second an fourth Mondays In each month. VUtt Irg brothers cordially Invited. okville Smith, W. M. O. E. Flandro. Sec'y. PATRIARCHS MILITANT L0.0.F. NICHOLAS CANTON No. 17 meets In Odd Fellows'ball second and fourth Thursdivt of each month. Visiting cbaveliera frater nally Invited. w.j.n iwbold, Com. Geo. T. Pitts, Secretary. SUMNER CHAPTER, NO. 137. MEETS at Masonic Hall on first and third Mondays In each month. Vlsltln. arothers are Invited. Clem Sprcasoe, M. E. H. P C. E. Flandro. Sec'y BROTHERHOOD OF L. E. WELLINGTON LODGfc, NO. 344. meets li tn tbe B Ot L. F. Hall in Lunlnirblnrl every Thur da. afternoon at 2 p. tr. Jhai. wedoie. n. B Steve Burner. F. A. E. NATIONAL AID ASSOCIATION. WELLINGTON LODGE, No. 429. meets 01 Thursday evening of each wetk at K.ol P. ball. Visiting members welcome. n E.R. Da Yoe, President. Geo. R. Owen, Secretarj . ORDER OF SELECT "''"ENDS. VXTELLINGTON LODGE, NO. ifiLmreti at it u. 01 Ij. r. nan second 3( fourth Sat urday of each -nonth. Thos. Marshall, C. P Lira Aldridoe, Sec'y FRATERNAL AID ASSOCIATION. WELLINGTON COUNCIL. NO. 17, meets second and fourth Wednesdays 01 cb iii'uiu. ym. uiLiNO, fresiui nt ' Dir. Sec'y ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. DHfENlX CHAPTER No. 159 meets first ate L third wednesdaysofeach month In Mi ionicball. Mrs. Elia Hanson, W. M. Mrs. Lacra B. Weddle, Sec. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. IAPLE CAMP No. 873 meets Friday nlgb U of each week In K. of P. hall, . I. T. Reeme, U. C. A. F. Cobean. Clerk. SELECT KNIGHTS A.O.U.W. JCMNKK LEGION. NO. la meet at IMi O Fellows' Hall Monday of each week. Vis ng orotners invitea. JOHN Kua, O, V. C. Sleeper, Rec. MODERN TONTIES. "CMNER COUNCIL meeU In B. of L. F kj nan eacn frtday evening. Vlsltto brothers and sisters made welcome. , K. Meade, Pres. G.C. WAKEriELD, Sec. IMPROVED ORDER RED MEN, TIECUMSEH TRIBE NO. 23, meeu on even a Jf 1 Tuesday's sleep at tbe 8tb run. In K.AL F. ball. Visiting chiefs made welcome. L. W. Robinson Sachem. M. H . H ARRELSON. C. of K. TUCEKR niLL LODGE NO. 42. T1CCKER HILL LODGE NO. 42. r.rtie On. 1 clety of B. of L F.oieeu In Firemen's ball wcuna ana zounn ruesday arternoons anf ue iourtn 1 aesaay evenings or each month KLVALCHBIR, Pres. Leo.na Kievzr, Sec'y. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF FIRESIDB TUB KNIGHTS AND LADlF.d r.f .h mM 1 side meet over old Holmes grocery stort icr7 cn'.uruKj eveninr at i:ju. G. R, Owen, Sec. c. E. Flanlro, Com. INDEPENDENT ORDER ODD FELLOWS V ti-Lisuioa Luinit, ro. 133, meets ch week. Visiting brothers fraternally In iw:u. V. A. AUNGARTSIR,N. M George Croih, Sec'y. RIDGELY ENCAMPMENT NO. 41. LO.O.F, TEETS at Odd Fellows' Ball first andthlr J I Thursday evenings of each month. Visit- ng patriarchs inviteo. W.S. Lonoman, O. P. Giorgi C rouse, Scribe. DEGREE OF HONOR, A.O.U.W. IfEETS every Friday nlghtlnA.O.C JA w.uau. visitors made welcome, Mas. Lizzie Deshleb, O. of H Mrs. Nannie Raoan. Recorder. WELLINGTON LODGE, NO. 24, A.O.U.W, MEETS at Odd Fellows' Hall Tuesday ol each week. Visiting brothers cordially wviieo. u. a. liOPEH, n. w A. B. Chxxter, Recorder. 8T. JOHN'S COMMAND EE Y, NO. 124. IfEETS at Masonic Hall on first and thtrt Ol Tuesday of each month Vis brothers made welcome. - B. B. Fribmam. I. a VUHN Im fTJUTDBO. Bec'y. Weak f,len Made Vigorous r?Mnr rttxr mm tr-urt M PEFFERS NERVIGOR Didl It acta nowrrrulty anil quickly. Cnrta ben all Others fa(L Vuuni niro rrgiin lort inaiibcod; okl ini-n recover Touthful l(or. Abiolutrly Goar ntd oCnr Nervounne, I.ot vitality, lniLtenry, Mehlly K.mlMlon,Lot Power, cither mx. Falling Memory, VVaMinr Dl eae, and mil tftttt f tlf-abuu or rtttua and indurrrtio. Ward ol Insanity and conuinitloo. Jont let drofnnt impofe a worthlnt uttltut on ou boraoe it viddn a frratr profit. In?lt on ha lnc FEFFKR'SNERVUiOlt.oriendforlt i'an b carried in vert pix ket. FrrM. plain wrapper, 11 pr-box. or 6 for $.1. with A Written Guar antee to Career Krfund Money, l'aimihltt frra jr FKH MEDICAL ASS S, Cbicajo, 111. For Sale by il. F. Smith. Summons by Publication. STATE OF KANSAS. SUMNER COl'NTT. (M In the district court of Sumner county, Ed T. Haoknciy. Plaintiff.) iouis s lopsweu, iaa U. Uogsnell. J no. T. Stewart. LieHa F Stewart, J. M. Hunt Wm. H. Berry aud tbe Loan and Guar-1 autee company, I Defendants. J The Ftate of Kansas to tbe above named de- lenuams. wm. 11. lierry and The Loan and Uuarante Company, greeting; VOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that you have 1 been sued by the above-named plaintiff in tne anove-namea court, and that you must answer the petition of said plaintiff apslnut you. filed in said action. In the offlce of tbe clerk of (aid court, on or before the 22nd day ot September, A. P., m, or said petition will be taken aa true, and Judgment will be rendered in said action lortheiereclusureof a inorttraRe given by Louis S Coifiwell and Ida O. t'otswell to Jno,T.Showa.terand afterwards assigned to this plaintiff and barring the Interest and rlitht of each of you Ui a id to the hereinafter described premKes,and for the ale of tbe following-described ral estate, situated In the county of Sumner aud state of Kansas, Uwlt: Tbe OLt h half of lot live (."). and lots fix ((), seven (7) and eight 1x1 In block one (1), L, K. Vyers' addition to the city of Wellington, Kansas. 10 istlsfy said Judgment arid coats. in accordance with the prayer of said petition. Wltnesj my hand and seal this 1st day of August A. D., lMt. W. H. OVERHOLT7.F.R, Clerk of the Dlxtrlct Court. Hackket k Puts, Attorneys for Plaintiff, First publication In Voice August i, 18M. Summons. No. r80. State of Kansas to Thomas Ryan, Charlotte Ryan, his wife. Charlie Debolce and Ou.ab m-boire. h.s wife. Charlie Williams and Hester Williams, his wife. Levlna Morrison, the unknown heirs and devliuw nf sin.ren .tiorrison. unknown De Irs and devisees of Levlna Morrison, J. W. Morrison and Mary E. Morrison. , YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that you bave 1 beeneued in the District CourtnlHiimiw. county, Kansas, by Sarah Carr and that unlet vou answer the petition filed by said plaintiff on or before tbe UTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, l.-W. said petition will be taken aa true and judg- .m-ui ivuiirrru BKuinsi you accordingly, quieting and conflruilnir nlalntlTs pimoesiilon and title In and to the following described real estate tn Sumcercouoty, Kansas, to-wlt: The southeast quarter of section nine (9) In mwDSDip miriy-one tdii south, in range one tnea 01 am r. m.. ana Darrln, cutting off and foreclosing any and all of the claims of the deftndaota and each of them. Witness my hand and the teal nf tais Sod day ot Auirust, M. b. UVF.RHOLTZF.R, si al Clerk of said District Court. Hehrick Rooirs, Attorneys for Plaintiff, First publication In Voice August S, 1899. Summons by Publication. No. N2. State or Kansas, I Sl'MNERCOL'NTr. i In the district court of Sumner county: Mary A. Bennett and'i Isaac J. liennett, Plaintiffs. ! vs. Dhn T. Stewart, Lu ella F. Mewart, Jhs. R. Heokett. The Equiia'dc Securities coiupuny, a corpora tion, Defendants. The state of Kan'as to the above-named de fendant, The Equitable Securities Com pany, a corporation, greeting: 70U WILL TAKE NOTICE that you have 1 been sued by the above named plaintiffs In the above named court, and that you must answerthe petition of said plaintiffs against you Hied In said action, in the offlce of tbe clerk of said court, t nor before tbe 13TII DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A D, 1899, or said petit Ian will be taken as true and Judgment will lie rendered in said action to procure an Injunction and for the sum of fa.0iJ0.no and for the sale of tne following des cribed real estate, situated In the county of sumuer ana state 01 Kansas, to-wit: Tbe southeast quarter () of section six (01, lownsnipmirty-inreeu outb.range two C) west ot the slxtb principal meridian In Sum. er county, Kansas, to satisfy said judgment and costs. In accordance with 1 tue pray er of said petition. Witness my hand and seal this 2nd day of August, A. D., 1899. W. H.OVERHOLTZER. Clerk of tbe District Court. J. A. Rat, Attorney for Plaintiff. First publication In Voice August 3, 1801. Sheriff's Sale. No. 8658. In the District Court of Sumner county, in the staieoi aiusas. Alfred CrebMn, 1 namim, 1 ys. John Campbell and Emma f J Campbell, his wife. and W. T. Hn.lth and I Mrs Smith, bis) wife, Jarvls Conklln Mort-age Trust Cora-I p;tny. a corporation, North American Trust) Company, a corpora-1 tlon, and Daniel Tobias, Defendants. ) BY VIRTUE of an order of sale Issued tc 46 out of said district court In tbe above-en titled action, I will on Monlay, tbe th DAY OF AUGUST. A. D., 199. between two and three o'clock, p. m. of said day at the front door ot the court bouse In the city of Wellington, in the county of Sumner and state ot Kansas, offer at public sale and sell to tbe hlfrbest and best bidder for cash In band, all the following-described real estate, to-wlt: Tbe southwest quarter () of section eight (),townsiiip tbirty-iour () south, ranre four (4) west of the sixth principal meridi an, lying and situate In tbe countyof Sum ner and state of Kansas, Tbe above-described real estate Is taken as the property of said defendants and Is directed by said order of sale to be sold, and will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said order of sale. Witness my band this 26th day of July. A.D..1H99. JAS. R.HESKETT, Sheriff of Sumner county, Kansas. Hacinet k Pitts, Attorneys for Plalntln. First publication July 27. 1D9. In Voice DR. PEFFER'S ROYAL-TANSY PILLS. HEW DISCOVERY. 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