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SANTA FE MONITOR. GEO. MACK, Mi Santa Fe Roller fj rs Is a ii 3 fe3 -gs Fl MUM If (First published May 23, 1890.) SHERIFF'S SAIiE. In the District Court of the 32nd Judicial District, sitting in and for the county of Haskell in the State of Kansas: J. G.

Berry, plaintiff, vs. Henry P. Jones and Lida M. Jones, deFts. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me, oat of said district court, in the above entitled action, I will, on Saturday, the 23 day of June A- D.

1890, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Santa Fe, in the county of Haskell in the state of Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the following described real estate, to-wit: The southeast quarter of section eleven (11), in township twenty-seven (27) south of range thirty-three (33), west of the sixth P. lying and situate in the county of Haskell in the state of Kansas. The 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.

knapsacks for them, to relieve them at the post and stand guard over their loved memory. They trust us and have given us a part of their tents, we are encamped with them. No jealousy, no strife, no ills of any kind. Why? Because 'tis their own flesh and blood to whom they leave this sacred trust, satisfied that it will always be guarded as they could wish. We are but few in number here, but our duty as Sons of Veterans is none the less for that.

Last year there was but two of our order in Santa Fe, and they were in line to do duty. We wish all sons of soldiers to join our ranks on this day, members of order or not. The programme appears elsewhere. I. W.

Axdersox, 1st Sargt. wildcats and undergTOunders he is a whole cyclone and tornado as to results. He undoubtedly says things that nobody else dares to say; but he got away with the whole legislature last winter, and, while- a man that can get away with a Kansas legislature may not be immortal, he has about all the evidences that a man needs to possess. And whatever may be the faults of Danial "Webster Wilder, it is an incontrovetible fact that he is, in all this country, the only officer charged with the supervision of insurance who has succeeded in wiping the frauds of his own state from the face of the earth and pro tecting honest and decent insurance companies in the transaction of their business in this state. It would be better for insurance if there were more "Wilders.

Chicago Herald. First yuMlsfcwt May 23, SHERIFF'S SALE, In. tlie district court of the SiTnd Judicial district Bitting in and lor the county of Ilaskeil iu the state of Kansas: British and American "ortgage Conipauv, pi'ff. vs. Thomas VT.

Jones and Sarah J. his wife, William Bell and Sirs. Bell, liis wife, defendants. By virtue of aa order of sale issued to me, out of said district court, iu the above entitled action I will, on Monday, the 23U dav of June A. 1.

lsuo, at 10 o'clock A. 3i of said "day. at the east front door of the court horce in the citv of Santa iu the county of Iiaskell state of Kansas, offer at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, all described real estate to-wit: south east quarter Oi section thirteen (13) in township tfc'r-ty (30) in ransre thirty-one (si) west, Iviisir and situate iu toe county of Haskell in the state of Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants, and is di-recte i by said order of sale to be sold, and will be sold without appraisement, to satisfy said order of sale. John C.

Buster, of Haskell Countv. ljansas. Beardsley Gregory, attorneys. First published May 23. 1S30.

SHERIFF'S SALE. In the district court of the Zlv.d Judicial district tatting in and for the comity of Hrskeli iu the state of Kansas: Fredrick Lougdou, plaintiff, vs. John M. Needham and Xancy A. XeeUlmni, his wife, defendants.

T.y virtue of an order of sale issued to me. out of said district court, in the above entitle-i action 1 will, on Monday the 23d day of June A.I. lMK), at 10 o'clock A. at. of said dav.

at ihe east front door of the court house in tifeciivcf Santa Fe, in the couuty of Haskell the state of Kansas, offer at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder, for iu hand, ail the following described real estate to-wit: The south-west quarter of section seven (7) iu twenty-nine (-29) in range thirty-one (01) west, lying and situate in the couuty of Haskell in the state of Kansas. The 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. Joint C. KcsTF.it, Sheriff of Haskell county, Kansas. Beardsley Gregory, attorneys.

VT LOWEST PHICES. Your patronage F. S. MARSHALL, Proprietor. ROBESON CAIN tVRE SELLING mil NP.

i fcl For the Next Two Como earlv while' the tissoi tineiit is full. They will move to Wabliiugton early in Juno. COLLEGE OF WESTERN KANSAS. 71 4 Xi vis fU tr I Mk nf3I.X r.r-r. riff; rrh'cc ilrja aolla and Paul.

5 s0aga I at A IS 52r to. 4 am DEALER IX- Staple and Fancy Groceries. Garden City, Kans. Three Doors South of Postoffice. Parties going to Garden City to do tradincr should not fail to call on Mr.

before purchasing articles in his line. Goods new and fresh and prices as low as the lowest. The "World Renowned Walter A. Wood Machines, including Mowers. Self Hakes, Harvesters aud Binders, For Sale by W.

Stone Building North of Kailroad, Garden City, Kansas. Do not fail to see him before buying. "Write for circular. Cogdal Sl riliikan, Real Estate and Loan Agents ABSTRACTING A SPECIALTY o-- Taxcs Paid for Non-Residents. All Correspondence will Renam? Pioinpt Attention.

SANTA FE, KANSAS. Ho For Bargains! F. A. ROBISON Having decided to remove to Washington, will, to save packing and shipping, offer their entire stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes AT COST! for the next 3Q days, Come early while the assortment is full and complexe. F.

Kobison Cu, P. T. CHAPPELL, Livery Feed Stable, Fiist-class rirs for lonix and short drives. Prices reasonable. SANTAFE, KANSAS, r' i A I i I i -v Ig-gjTJ DALl.AS.TE5t.

109 HI IV. Unih AUG AS CiTT, The only fyceialist in the City who is a R-truSci Graduate in Medicine. Over ymrs' Itectice, 12 years in CJtivago. THE OLDEST SH GE, LCKGEST LDCSTEDs Aothuri7.p.1 hy tne Ptate to treat Jfejjf Chronic, Neryonsnl Special L'ir -jj IJebilityi lott rtftrrvnl iirt, UUB Jeiil II 1 UJSOneJ mooo.L icersani rsweiiingnoi every Kir-I. t'rinary Li5wssos.

and in faet ell troobles or disenees in either mr.Ic or female. Cures enarantsfd pr reonejr rciunea. i.t'ur-.-t! lovT. Tioiii.aaUo ifcVi t-vref. fc.i-ijMec In inipurtafit.

All biaes ere eur.rr.r.tecd he pure and eCicaciou-i. lx-in. eoinpouudud in my perfectly epjKiiiueq laborittory. and are fornipjit-d ready for use, Jo running lo draj Mores to have uncertain fiiied. meretsrv or injurious jae-iiriues usfl.

"i tftci.rion iroia busine. I'ntieutB at a silstnne! trented by letter and express, sent everywhere free from laze or ttate yoar ase and aend or terms. Consnltation fri-e and confidential. Jersonallv or hv letter. A 61 tnse Trtn or Bili sent -JUwii sealfil in piain envelope e.

iu stamps. Every male, from the of a to 45, should read this book. TH GREAT TU8Ki3K CU3t; A 11M 1HKI l. tv for I'. Kl i i i i'tr Ti.r-e itiiKVi tresiiuent tails 10 ur neip.

i t.rfiL-st discovery in of I lUfjhi'lHe, C't. rit lifk irlKf :1 a lev fiosea r-in've-i an-1 In jofins ure eomi-ietefl in i 19 7 dav. tjeml atatement case with ctamp tor Circulars, mil, or address Cr.riENSrl5ON.I03W.SUiSt.,Kan.CHy,Me. mmm PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. AT SANTA FE, KANSAS.

JOHN J. MILLER, Editor. OFFICAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY AND CITY. REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE. There will be a meeting of the republican, county central committee of Haskell county at the Mositoh office, in Santa Fe, Saturday, May 31st, at 1 :30 o'clock p.

m. Important business. A full attendance is desired. J. W.

Riciiakijsox. Chairman. General Benjamin F. Butlek is reputed to be worth 5,000,000, and has a law practice that is worth a rear. The poor editor was dyinjr, and as the docter placed his ear to the patient's heart, he sadly muttered, "ixr fellow! Circulation has gone." The editor raised himself up and gasped, "Tis false! We have" the largest circulation in the country!" Then he sank back upon his pillow and died with a triumphant smile upon bis face.

He was consistent to the end. Ex. Sol Mii.i.ek: "We are gratified to announce that the international copy right bill has been defeated in congress. AVe have no objection to the principle of it, but we like to see those big isee trade publishers, like the Harpers, and the syndicate of free trade dudes, like George William Curtis, Charles Dudley "Warner, "William D. Howells, Mark Twain, James Russell Lowell, and their crowd, treated to a dose of thier own metl- lcine.

The anti-lngalls papers (fortunately few in number and less in influence) insist that in eighteen years, he has not done anything. Let's see: He was the first Republican in the senate to declare for free lumber; he has always championed free coinage of silver; he was the author of the arrearage pension bill that scattered millions of dollars among the sol-diers; two weeks ago he insisted on an amendment to Sherman's anti-trust it a peneal offence to engage in futures and option gambling. Simply securing the passage of the arrearage pension bill did more direct good to common people than any other bill ever passed by congress. This kick against Ingalls is becsiuse he refused to be controlled by these pot-house politicians. Marion Globe.

LlECTENANT GoVEKXOR, Flt, in his speech at the meeting of the Republican league, at Topeka, uttered the following words which place him in line with the best interest of the farmers of this state: "I am a Republican," he said, "because I believe in the principles enunciated by Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg that this is a government of the people, by the people, and for the people, and not a government of, by and for corporations. The Republican party is patriotic enough, broad enough to frame laws that will meet every emergency that may arise in this great commonwealth. The object of law is for the benefit of the people; and any other is a bad law." Taking up the financial question, he said: "If the government of the United States can take a piece of greenback and make it legal tender, the government can issue a silver certificate upon the tons of bullion held in the treasury. What we need is more money. The banks and the money centers have no right to control the finances of the country.

Make money plenty and you can make business, and you can reward labor." Harper Graphic. WORE WILDERS WANTED. "Unwept, unhonored and unsung are the dead Kansas cats," is the classic reference of Commissioner Wilder, of Kansas, to those wild and untamed felines of his state, which he has, with all the arts and acumen of a Poo-Bah decapitated ami planted in the beautiful valleys of Kansas, where they mingle their memories with the fragrant blossoms of the johnnie-iump-ups. A great deal of the vigorous particularization in which Mr. Wilder indulges is, as Mr.

Nye would say, executed in voice totally unfit for publication, but this is due mainly to the fact that in Mr. "ViI-der's extended vocabulary there is no agricultural implements synonym for hoe, and when he desires to call a man a lier, a thief and a fraud, he dose it in a plain, unvarnished An glo-Saxon. And this leads the Spectator, in its last issue, to say that he apparently lacks those judicial qualities of mind that are essentia! to a fair and impar tial administration of duties of sup erintendent of insurance, and sug gests that the objectionable lem guage of Mr. Wilder would look better in a uespaper than in an of- ficail report. This may be.

Wbat ever philological idiosyncracies Mr. Wilder may have, when it comes to shutting up the office and wandering out across the Kansas prairies among SOXJLB John C. Btjsteb, fenenff of Haskell Co. W. Tj.

Bkown, Attorney. First published May 23, 1890. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of the- 32nd Judicial District, sitting in 'and for the County of Haskell in the State of Kansas: Francis E. McMaster, plaintiff, vs.

John H. Allen," defendant. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me. out of said district court, in the above entitled action, I will, on the 23 day of June, A. D.

1890, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the east front door of the court house in the city of Santa Fe, in the county of Haskell in the the state of Kan sas, offer at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, all the following described real estate to. wit: one (1) and two (2) and the east one-half (3-) of the nortwest Quarter (i) of section seven (7), township twenty-seven (27) south of range thirty-one, (31) west of the 6th P. lying and situate in the county of Haskell in the state of Kansas.

The 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 witnout appraisement to satisfy said order of sale. Johx Busteb, bneriff of Haskell Co. Boyd Boyd, Attorneys. (First published May 16. 1800 SHERIFF'S SALE.

In the District Court of the Thirty-Second Judicial District, sitting in and for the County of Haskell iu the State of Kansas Francis M. Smart, plaintiff, vs. James M. Spayde and Jo -ie C. Spayde, (lefts.

By virtue of an order of sale issued to me. out of said district court, In the above entitled action, I will, on Moiulav, the liith day of June A. 1) 18110, at 10 o'clock a.m. of-said day. at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Santa Fe, in the county of Haskell in the state of Kansas, offer at public sale and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash iu hand, all the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot eleven (11) in block fifty-three C3) hit ten (10) in block sixty ((50), lots one, two, three, four five and six (1, 2.

3. 4, 5 and 6), in block seventy-five (75) in the town of Santa Fe. lying and situate in the coiiuiy ot Haskell in the state oi Kapsas, The 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. John C. "Bustf.k, Sheriff of Haskell County, Kansas.

By F. E. Ultra Under Sheriff. (First published May 9, 1S90.) XQTICE FOK PUBLIC ATi OX. QffioKj Uabhes Citv, Slay 1st, 1690.

Notice is hereby given that the following named seltier has filed notice of his intention to make linal proof in support of his ciaiin. and that said proof will be made be ore lioglster and Iteceiver at Garden City, on June 20, lsto, viz: Asbury M. Male. Final H. E.

Xo. 2007, ior the sw quarter section 25, township 27, range 34. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence iiMn and cultivation of said land, viz: James M. Wiuegar and Louis Payne of Ivauhoe, 1. E.

Oliver, Oliver, F. E. tetoiie, of Gardeu City. 1). M.

Fkost, licgister. (First published May 2.1, inro.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office, at anion Citv, May 15th, isPo. Notice is hereby given lhat the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in snpport of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Ucgisier or Reciver, of the Laud Oliice at Garden City, Kansas, on July 13tu. 18W, viz: Thomas F.

H. Ji. Xo 2725, for the X. E. quarter of Sec.

SlJ, Tb'-V'H- Kaajre 21 He cames Jh? following witnesses to prove bis continuous resilience, and cultivation of said land, viz: CD. Jhish. W. 11. Urown.

"Win, Youut, Jt. f. Kathff, all of Lorkport, Kansas. r. M.

Fkost. Register. First published April 13, "90. PUBLICATION NOTICE. JjAND OFFICE at Gabofn Citt, Kansas, April Sth, ISSfi.

"Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Probate Judge of Haskell county, Kansas, at Santa Fe, on May 24th, 1890, viz: William H. Burk, Final H- E. No. tm? the southwest quarter of section 28, township SO soutu, riige 5.Vt? names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence, and cultivation of said land, viz: John M. Dennis, Springfield, V.

L. Bethel. S. R. Hutchinson and A.

Titus, of Loco, Kansas. D. M. Fbost, Register. First published April 18, '90.

NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Garden City, April 15, 1890. Notice js hereby given that the following named settler has filed TJQtiff? Of his intention to make filial proof in support of his claim, and that" said jirobf will be made before the Probate Judge of Haskell countVj at Santa Fe, on June 20th, 1890, FijikUn Final H. E. No- 2074, for the S.

W'. quarter of Bee. Twp. 27 It 32 w. Ha names the following witnesses to prove his continuous res idence, and cultivation of said land, viz: M.

Sengondollar, of SantaFe, Kans A. A B. fjfaepler and D. J. Shepler, of lvanhoe, Ixansas.

D. M. ttegislcr. Wi1orf? Kiay Concern. Kotice is hereby -give; that John Aj Miller has filed his application for a perr mit to sell intoxicating liquors for medical, ttrifuhanieal and scientiSc purposes only, at Santa Fe, Kansas.

Said applieai tion was signed by the requisite number of householders and will be heard June 2nd lStt-t, it TO o'clock a. at my office in Santa Fe, Kansas. 4S-4w. rjobttie Judgp. A Lady's Perfect CorriDanion.

Our new book by Dr. John II. Dye, one ff York's jnost skilled physicians, sjiows that iii is i.ecessary in childbirth, bat results from cause easily understood and overcome. Jt clearly proves that any woman may be3fiie mother without suffering any paia whatever. It also tells how to overcome and prevent morning sickness and the raanv other evils at-tending pregnancy.

It is highly endorsed by physicians everywhere as the wife's true private companion. Gut this out: it will save you great pain, and possibly your life, ignd two-ceht "stamp fo'r cleserlpiive circulars, testimonials, and" confidential letter gent sealed envelop. Ad dress Publishers, Baltimore, Md. Tiik Topeka Weekly Capital per year and the Moxitok $1.50, both papers for $2.00 to all who pay year jn advance. Walter Larkins and family, formerly residents of Santa Fe, have been visiting in the city during the past week.

C. Cochran, the veteran liveryman, of Garden City, has how the first and last stables south of the railroad, one of which he has especially fitted up for a feed stable, and people from this county when in that city will do well to give him a call. Terms very reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed. Remember the place, either the first or last stable south of the railroad. 47 It.

Notice to Tax Payers. The Bard of County Commissioners will sit as a Board of Equalization of taxes on the 1st Monday of June, at the office of the County Clerk. All persons feeling themselves aggrieved by reason of the assessment or valuation of their property as returned by the Assessor, can appear before said Board of Equalization and have a hearing upon such grievance at that time. W. H.

Htjssby, 46-Sw. County Clerk. PROCEEDINGS OF THE Board of County Commissioners at a Special Session held on May 15, A. D. 1S90.

County Clerk's-office, Santa Fe, May 15, 1890, Pursuant to a call signed by the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of Haskell county, Kansas, convening the board in special session for the purpose of approving of the bond of the Haskell County Bank as county depository, of which the following is a true copy of said call or order of said chairman? Call for Special Session. State of County, ss. To the honorable J. E. Marlow, Chairman of the Board of County Commission ers of Haskell county, state of Kansas: We, undersigned, members of the Board of comniy commissioners of the county of Haskell, gtate of Kapsas, rer spectfully request you to call a special session of the board of county commis sioners of said county of Haskell for the purpose of taking such action on the part of said board, as the requirements of law and the provisions of the statutes, in such case made and provided, may demand up on the question of approving the bond to be filed by the Haskell County Bnnk as the depository of the public money's of Haskell county.

And we request and recommend that such special session of said board of county commisioners be held at the O.fiipe pf tjje county clerk of said conn ty, at the eify pf Santa the county seat of said county, on tie 15th day of May A. D. 1S90, at 10 o'clock of said day J. W. Swaetz, D.

P. Johnson, Members of the Board of County Com missioners of the county of Haskell, state of Kimazz. State oflCtmsfis, JTusAell County, ss. To J. W.

Swartz and D- P. Johnson, nienijjers of the board of county commissioners pf ihe pojmty pf Haskell, State of Kansas, and to each, of you: Gentlemen: At the request of Qtrrj selves, as two members of the board of county commissioners of said county of Haskell, state of Kansas, hereunto annex ed, y.Pfi ai4 SCh are hereby notified that said request for a opefdal session of said board is granted, aud you are rer quested and notified to appear at the ofr fice of ifcp ppnnty clerk pf said county in the city of Santa Fes tb? county seat of said county of Haskell, state of Kansas, the loth day of May A. D. 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m.

of said day, for the purpose of aptipg upo the bond to be filed by the Haskell County Bank as the depository of the public monays of Haskell county) and to approve the same if found sufficient. J. E. MA3LOW, Chairman of Board of Couuiy Commisr missioners of the county of Haskell, state cf Kaiisas. We, the undersigned," ineuibea of the board of county commissioners of the county pf Haskell, state of Kansas, do each hereby aknpiprjedip due and personal service upon tis, and eajcfi pf its, the above and fofegoeing notice, advising and notifying us of the special session of the the board of county of county commissioners of the county of Haskell in the of Kansas, at the time and place therein stated Sili for purpose therein set forth.

D. P. Johxsox, Members of the Board of County Commissioners of th.9 county of IlaskcD, state of Kansas. And the hour of eleven o'clock having arrived and D. P.

Johnson, a member of said board appearing at my office for the of said special meeting and there not appeaj Lo other member at the time and place And Jtfae3 being a quorum of said county commissioners iu session np Jjusiness was transacted. At the request of P. Johnson I make this record that a recess be taken nntil 2 o'clock r. m. 2 r.

m. May 15, 1S90. D. Johnson and i. W.

Swartz, county commissioners, met at the court house and ifcreiipon were enjoined from taking any action in tlie matter. TV. H- Huafjty, County Clerk. Course of Study: Classical, Scientific, English, Normal, Business, MusicaJ. School "1'krm: Fall Term begins Sept.

10, 1889. Winter Term begins January 7, 1890. Spring Terms, April 1, 1890. Expenses: Fall term, 15 weeks, $13. Winter term, 12 weeks, 10.

Spring term, 10 weeks, 8.50. No incidents. Board, $3.50 to per week in private families. DISTRICT COURT. The district court of Haskell county was convened at the court house in this city Tuesday morning of this week.

In the absence of Judge Botkin, who has been summoned to Paris, Texas, to testify in the Stevens county murder case, J. H. Pit-zer, of Arkalon, was elected judge pro tern, and the following business disposed of: CRIMINAL ACTION. State of Kansas vs. Fred K.

Fulton judgment of forfeiture of recognizance. State of Kansas vs. Arthur Bell, dismissed. State of Kansas vs. H.

S. Manuel continued. State of Kansas vs. Joseph Rosen thal continued. State of Kansas vs.

D. P. Johnson continued to July 15. CIVIL ACTION. E.

V. Meriitt vs. The Leco Town Co. et al judgment for plaintiff. A.

J. Hoisington and A. H. Ad- kinson vs. John A.

Rheuby dis missed. Walter I. Larkin. vs. Haskell Co.

Bank- dismissed. J. M. Thralls vs. James M.

and Josie Spayde -judgement for $515. Lund Mitchell vs. Douglas M. Kggers et al judgment. W.

II. Hurd vs. Franklin S. Ault, judgment. W.

II. Ilurd vs. Isaac Carter et al, judgment. W. II.

Hurd vs, lerry M. Brown et al judgment. W. II. Hurd vs.

James A. Ashcraft et al judgment. W. H. Hurd vs.

Lenora B. Clift, et al judgment. W. H. Hurd vs.

William M. Chap- pell, et al judgment. Comestock Castle Store Co. vs. C.

F. Barnett, et al judgment. The First National Book, of Gar. den City vs. C.

P. Naffziger judg ment for 1,709.80. A large number of cases were con-tinued, some to July 15, and the others to the regular term in November. Court adjourned at o'clock Thursday G. A.

R. Santa Fe Post No. 423, held a rousing patriotic meeting on the 17th 3-1 members being present. As As Memorial JJay approaches much interest is manifested by the old boys, and an unusual amount of business was gone through with. Comrade Millner, of Springfield, Mas present and duly mustered ia, Comrade Willet, of Arapahoe town' ship, seeing the enthusiasm of the boys, after pose adjourned at one made his application to join them.

There now only remains about three more old soldiers in Haskell county that are not members of this post. Comrade Cannon was appointed at a previous meeting to raise funds to seat the hall, and reported 20 cash ready for chairs, carpet, The citizens of Santa Fe have been very liberal in their support of this post since its organization, for which they have the thanks of all the comrades. P. Hemingek, Adjt. Sons ot Veterans, Attention.

Headquarters D. G. Haskell Camp, S. No. 133, Div.

of Kansas. Memorial Day will be observed by this Camp with all respect, love and reverance due our nation's brave defenaers, both living and dead. Sons of Veterans this day is oik day, and our duty on this day is plainly set forth to the world in the objects of our order to keep green the memo ries of our fathers and their sacrifices for the maiatainance of the Union. To perpetuate the history and memo ry of the heroic dead by the proper observance of Memorial Day. On this day the busy nation rests, the tools of industry are stilled that we may show our gratitude to those still with us and pay jur tributes to our loyal dead.

Each year h.se tasks of love are larger; each year does tits Grand Army of the Republic our help the more; each year there are more graves to decorate and tliere are many less to help them in their own ranks. Comrades of the Sons of Veterans, with eyes that are alight with pleasure ire these old soldiers watching us. They.se though the task grows larger and tlwuj? strength less the work of love will not cease; young and loyal hearts are ready and willing to carry thai? Fit st published May 23. 1890. SHERIFF'S SALK.

In the district court of the 32nd judicial district sitting in and for the county of Ilaskeil iu the state of Kansas Caroline Kirkpatrick, plaintiff, vs. "William-J. Fierce. Caleb Kirby and Mrs. Kirby.

his wise, defendants. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me," out of sa'd district court, in the above entitled action I will, on Monday the 23d day of June, A.l. 1H0, at 11 o'clock A. zi. of said day, at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Santa Fe, in ths couuty of ilaskeil in the state of Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash hand, ail tbefollowiuj; described real estate, to-wit: Lots one (1) and two (2) and the east half of the northwest quarter of section thirty-one (01) in township thirty (:30) range thirty-three (33) west, lying and situate in the county of Haskell in the state of Kansas.

The above described real estate is taken aud wiil be sold without appraisement, to satisfy said order of sale. Jon? C. P.rSTF.It, Sheriff of Ilaskeil County, Kansas. Beardsley Gregory, attorneys. First published May 23.

190. SHERIFF'S KALE. In the district court of the s'2ml Judicial district sitting in for the County of Haskell in the St at ol K.a 11 as John Brown, iilaiiitiJT. vs. Amos and Belle V.

"Waited, bis wife, defendants. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me, out of said district court, in the above entitled action 1 will. on Monday the 23d day June A.D. at 11 o'clock a. jt.

of day, at tlie east front door of the court house, in the city of Kant a lc, in the the county of tias'cii hi tlie state of Kansas, offer at public salf, and sell to tin; highest au liest bidder, for cash in hand, all the i'oUow-iiiu described real esrate, to-wit 1 ha southeast quarter ol section wi-nt in township thirty 30J. range thirty-two f-i2 west, lyiiur and situate iu the county of Ilaskeil in tbe state of Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property of said defendants, and is directed by said order of stile lo be sold and will be sold without appraisement to satisfy said order of Joit: C. P.usteb, Slieriif of Haskeli Count', Kansas. Beardsley Gregory, attorneys.

First puOtttlieA 23 1890. Ill the district court of the 2nd disttict. sitting in and for the ir.ty i ilaskeil in the state of Kansas Charles Luiifi and S. Mitchell, partners, as Lund it Mile-hell, piaintiils, vs. Alfred W.

and Martha Johnson, his wue, iieieiuiaiits-Bv virtue of an order of sale is: lied to me. out of titl district court, in toe entitled action 1 wni. on Monuaytiie davot A.l. iswj. at il o'clock a.

as. of said day. at the east front door of the court house, in the citv of tt.tnta Fe, in the countv of in the state ol Kansas, offer at public sale, and sell to the highest and Sic-t bidder, far cash in hand, nil the described real state, to-wh The southwest oututeroi section twentv-one 211 towns twenty-nine 20 1 range thirty-cme 1 i west, lying and situate in tlie couuty ot Ifaxkeii in tbe state of Kansas. The above desrribe-i real estate is taken as the property of siu defendants, aud is directed by said older of stile to be sold, and will be sold without appraisement, to said order of sale. Joiix C.

r.f; Kheri.t of Haskell Countv Ueardsley i Gregory, attorneys. First published May 25, I'jyt). SHEIUFF'S SALK. In tlie district court of the 32nd judicial district sitting in and for the county of ilaskeil in the state of Kansas. Charles Luuti and H.

Mitchell, partners as Lund Mitchell, plaintiff, vs. Lenora Ferry and Mr. Ferry, her husband, Cvn-Ihi iE. Friee, YVhiiain C. Little and Dlvvood'j).

Keuiball. partners as Utile ft tubtili .1. L. By virtue of an order of sale issued to me, out T'sa id district court, fn the above entitled action I on Moinlay the 'ZU day of June, A.I. IkWJ, at '11 o'clock a.

M. of said ths' east fnmt door of the court house, in tiio i-itv Santa Fe, in the county of SiasWeii she state of Kansas, oiler at uluie sale, ami sell to the highest and best bidder, casii in baud, ail tiie followiig described real estate, to-wit: Tlie southeast iiuarter of section thirl y-fcur Ul in township tweuty-niae SB)J range thirty three west.ly-ing aud situate in the county of Haskell in the state of Kansas. The above escribed real estate is tHKen ar the iviVj-jerty of defendants, and is directed 1 said order stile t'i be sold and wilt be sold without satisfy said order of sals. C. Kite: iff of Ilaskeil oumy, Kansas.

I5eard-iey cic Gi-ejrory, attorneys. Firt 3Ty -5. In district of tlie district sitting- in for the county of in the state Kansas: Cliiir.es Lund and S. parsers Lund Mitchell, idamtiiis. vs.

Ktniy md Sirs. Ins V'lff. itefpiuiniit-', Ey'vij-tm ut'iht ordV-r of fate issued to usa. put of said district court in the aijove eiiiitfru stctiim 1 will, on tliesud of A.J. ut 10 o'clock a.

si. of sriid day, rim east front door of the cruiri in the of Simta 1- e. iu tlie uiry of Itaskeii in the state of Kansas, oifcr at ir.ddic find sell to the hliritftKt end beit Mdtff'r ior ii! nil the tollowintl described real tsintc. to-wd: iiit hwesl quaricrof seciion eight (8) in township tv.emy-seven (27) ranjre tlsirty-two west, lyiiis afi'l s'tuate tiie county uf Haskell iu tiie state of Kansas. The above described real estate is taken as the property ut said defuudnnts, and is directed by said order of sale to lie sold, and will bo s'j'd without iippraisvnient, to satisfy said otdfr ct saitf.

Jonj C. iiusTr.n, f-'fcerift of riaskeiT County, Kall-ias. Eeardsley ic iJregory, attorneys. First raldlsUMl May 23, isa, SHKXtiEK-S SALK. in the district the C'2nd Judicial ilistriet sitting in and for tiie county of ilaskeil in the state of Kansas: Sarah 1.

Biddle, pbitntiff, defendants. ly virtue of order of sale issued to ine, out of said district court, in the above entitled action I -niii, on Monday, the day of June, A. I. 3SW, at 10 oVii'ik a. m.

ti said dav. the p'Hir of the court bouse, in city of Sauta i'ii, in The cuunti tf Hiiskeil iu the state of Kan-ja. Offi.T at pafeilis pftio, icll Jo thi -st and best Judder, for cash tlie f.HWw-ir.S real c-t-tafe, to-wit: Xiie southeast (itiartcr i seciioti -two township twenry-seven (irii in ra pe lldt ty-two west. situate hi the. ci uuty of in the s'tate of Kau-as.

The descr Ijou real estate is taken the properly of aitt defenriants, rnd is directed by tai i onierof saie to sold, Add b- yiftiC'it to satisfy said order ol Joif" C. UrsiKit, Sb.eriff cf ilaskeli Couuty, Kiuiis. Kcardslev Creory, attorneys. First Published May 23. lsS3.

HALE, fa Ibo district of the district sitting iu and for the couuty of Ilaskeil in the srttie of ixausas: British ami American ilortae Company, j.l'ffs. James 31. Iraker, Cdiy O.EaJw-r, bis wlie, and Lslnar iif-uders on. Bv virtue of an oroer of sale issued to rue, of saiir-district court, in the aljove entitled ac tion, i will, on Moiiuay, the uay of June, 1. ix.

at 10 e'chjck A. of said day at the front door of the court bouse, iu the of Santa Fe in tiie eii'mty of linked in the of Kansas, otter "at puiiiic sale, and se.J to the hig-h-est a'id-lsest Idddcr. for in har.d, "1 the descriiiet; real estate," to-it: Tbe west quarter of recfioa three in township is- in raiig-e thirty-thne isi west in tbe county of in the state of Kiaeas. TTt above real estate is taken as tlie "ropcrtv of saiii i)uit at jusd is directed by iid order of ale las and wilt be siM without appraisement, to satisfy sai'l oi der of sale, JOKXCBsTin, Sheriff of Haskell Kansas. Eeardily Gresorj'i attorueys.

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