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Page 2 THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATER, KANSAS MISCELLANEOUS SOCIAL WELL BORING a STATE FISH TRIYCK HERE : (First Publlshed in The WesternI A miscellaneous social and pro- We are putting down wells at One of the state fish trucks con-I Star November 17, 1939.) CASE NO. 4031 I gram will be held at the Nauvoo cost of only 70c per foot, cased taining 4800 fish visited Comanche~state of Kansas, Comanche County. i school house ~he evening of No- with No. 20 galvanized iron, the county on Tuesday. The Fish and ss. vember 29. The public is invited to best. We have plenty of casing on Game Department placed 1600 (two IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF'j -ends at SAID COUNTY AND STATE. l come end bring boxes, as well as hand at 25c per foot. Wells cheap- cans) of fish in private p The First National Bank in Wichita, ', pocketbooks, er in Coldwater. We perforate 15 ft.;Protection and intended to place Wichita, Kansas, a corporation, NADEAN HEFT, Teacher. in each well. Will treat you right, some fish in F. M. McIntyre's deep Trustee of the Estate of C. F.' 15-2t. N.C. FLEMING, Coldwater. 15-3t~ spring-fed pond southeast of Cold-! Biddle, deceased ............ Plaintiff.I QUARTERLY STATEMENT Quarterly statement of Emma Dylves, County Treasurer of C~omanche County, Kansas, showing the balances belonging to the various funds fort the quarter ending October 31, 1939. County Treasurer's Balance .......................................... $97,998.29 E State General, 1937 .................................................................................. $ 2,219.18 State General, 1938 ................................................................................. 4,450.70.. Soldier's Compensation, 1937 ............................................................... 926.04 Soldier's Compensation, 1938 ............................................................... 1,162.98 County General ......................................................................................... 3,352.69 County Road .............................................................................................. 3.976.90 County Welfare .......................................................................................... 9,865.77 County Bridge ............................................................................................ 1,712.50 Farm Bureau .............................................................................................. 1,467.01 Public Assistance ...................................................................................... 2,049.18 Bond G ........................................................................................................... 786.94 Bond H ......................................................................................................... 1,913.08 Bond D .......................................................................................................... 7,380.05 Motor Vehicle License ............................................................................ 35.06 water. But ,the truck driver could vs. Charles H. Ruggles, et al ................. t not find the way to the pond this, .......................................... Defendants. l trip, so placed the remainder of theI PUBLICATION NOTICE load in ponds at the A~,thur Perry' THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: ranch in the eastern part of the' Charles H. Ruggles and i county. The young fish were bass, Ruggles, his wife; Charles A. Rug-i croppies and channel catfish. Mr. gles and Lizzie Ruggles, his wife;. Frederick H. Kidder and i Perry has an excellent place in Kidder, his wife; Fred H. Kidder1 which to raise fish. land- Kidder, his wife; Fred-i . o-o i eric H. Kidder and Kidder, There are three places in Cold-his wife; Andrew T. Burnett and water which will observe Thanks- Burnett, his wife; Francis A. giving on .two days this year--iOsbrne and Osborne, his wife; Francis A. Osborn and Emily November 23 and 30. They are the T. Osborn, his wife; C. A. Ulsh and court house and the two banks. -- Ulsh, h4s wife; Arthur F. , Peele and -- Peele, his wife; Charles E. Gibson and Gib- (First published in The Western son, his wife; Clara C. Burton;I Star, Friday, November 17, 1939.) Frank H. Burton and -- Bur- Inheritance Tax .......................................................................................... 19.63 Redemption 1930 & Subsequent ............................................................ 5,497.02 Assignments ............................................................................................ 1,350.88 Tax Warrants ............................................................................................. 0.00 Advance Tax ................................................................................................ 143.21 Normal Institute ........................................................................................ 182.13 Protested Tax, 1936 .................................................................................. 22.24 Motor Vehicle License Special ............................................................. 38.67 Sales Tax " 7,405.28 Noxious Weed Eradication ...................................................................... 4,584.59 Protested Tax. 1938 .................................................................................. 29.78 Avilla Township, General ........................................................................ 40.99 Prairie Dog ................................................................................ 82.92 Coldwater Township, General ................................................................ 7.11 23.69 Cemetery ................................................................................ Prairie Dog ................................................................................ 54.15 Irwin Township, Prairie Dog ................................................................ 17.24 General ...................................................................................... 14.65 Cemetery .................................................................................. Logan Township, General .................................................................... Prairie Dog ................................................................................ Nescatunga Township, General ............................................................ Powell Township, General ..................................................................... Prairie Dog .................................................................................. Protection Township, General .............................................................. Library ..................................................................................... Cemetery .................................................................................. Prairie Dog .................................................................................. Shimer Township, General ...................................................................... Rumsey Township, General ......................................................... ... ......... 70.11 Prairie Dog .................................................................................. 29.95 Valley Township, General ...................................................................... 90.03 Cemetery 96.66 Prairie Dog ................................................................................ Coldwater City, General .......................................................................... Park ............................................................................................ ~treet Light ................................................................................ Sewer Maintenance ................................................................ Sewage Disposal ........................................................................ Bond Interest ............................................................................ Bond Sinking .............................................................................. Water Hydrant .......................................................................... IAbrary ...................................................................................... Street & Alley ............................................................................ Protection Ci.ty, General ........................................................................ 69.36 Street & Alley ............................................................................ 27.83 Street Light ................................................................................. 27.83 Park ............................................................................................ 8.18 Bond Interest .............................................................................. 159.64 Fire I>epartment ....................................................................... 12.28 Fire Hydrant ............................................................................. 8.18 Wilmore City, General ............................................................................ 21.07 Street & Alley ............................................................................ 9.35 Noxious Weed Eradication .................................................... 4.21 Street Lights .............................................................................. 9.35 Electric Light Bond .................................................................. 29.04 Park ............................................................................................ 4.70 Fire 4.70 School District No. 1, General .............................................................. 1,959.91] State .......................................................................................... 525.29 J Bond ............................................................................................ 1,463.31 1940 Bond Sinking .................................................................... 6,793.72 Barnes High School .................................................................. 7,135.91 Bond, 1938 .................................................................................... 2,067.80 School District No. 2, General .............................................................. 6.95 School District No. 3, General ................................................................ 13.12 School District No. 4, General ............................................................... 53.40I State .......................................................................................... 1.87 School District No. 5, General .............................................................. 237.30 State .......................................................................................... 9.791 School District No. 6, General .............................................................. 419.461 State .......................................................................................... 22.05 School District No. 7, General .............................................................. 165.31 State 3.38 School District No. 10, General ............................................................ 149.66 State ............................................................................................ 4.73 School District No. 11, General ............................................................ 6.29 School District No. 12, General ............................................................ 2.10 School District No. 14, General ............................................................ 317.13 State .......................................................................................... 26.94 School District No. 16, General ...................................... : ..................... 4.89 School District No. 17, General ............................................................. 360.06 State .......................................................................................... 61.79 School District No. '19, General ........................................................... 62.00 School District No. 20, General ............................................................ 29.28 School District No. 24, General ............................................................ 560.88 S~ate ............................................................................................ 3.68 School District No. 25, General ............................................................ 51.33 School District No. 26, General ............................................................ 14.94 ~tchool District No. 27, General ............................................................ 346.62 State .......................................................................................... 17.14 School District No. 28, General ............................................................ 64.05 State 13.24 School District No. 31, General ............................................................ 372.30 State 23.92 School District No. 32, General ............................................................ 84.51 State 7.35 School District No. 33, General ........................................................... 10.39 School District No. 34, General ........................................................... 498.77 State 16.23 School District No. 37, General ............................................................ 489.54 State 31.12 School District No, 38, General ............................................................ 12.29 School District No. 40, General ............................................................ 613.15 State .......................................................................................... 55.42 School District No. 42, General ...................................................... : ..... 590.21 State ............................................................................................. 12.85 School District No. 47, General ............................................................ 491.40 State ............................................................................................. 61.21 School District No. 48 General ............................................................ 433.29 S~ate 8.79 ~chool District No. 52, General ............................................................ 184.50 State 9.47 School District No. 54, General ............................................................ 768.90 State 21.78 Union No. 1, General ................................................................................ 596.33 State .......................................................................................... 50.82 Consolidated No. 1, General .................................................................. 412.08 Bond ............................................................................................ 3,421.29 Barnes High School .................................................................. 352.67 Consolidated No. 2, General .................................................................. 466.65 State .......................................................................................... 129.79 Bond ............................................................................................ 567.28 Rural High School No. ~1, General ........................................................ 1,201.11 Iflowa No. 13, .General ............................................................................ 28.04 TOTAI~ ...................................................................... $97,998.29 $97,998.29 I, Emma Dykes, Treasurer of Comanche County, do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is true and correct to the bbst of my knowledge and belief. ~ DYKES, Treasurer, Comanche County, Kansas. Subscribed and sworn to before me (this 20th day of November, 1939. ] WALTER W. ~, I (SEAL) Clerk, Comanche County, Kansas.! I 270.92 satisfy judgment rendered in the 180.82 above named Court on the 8th day 48.38 of November, 1939 against the 96.76 above named defendants for fore- 2"34 t closure of the mortgage _and in 11"601 favor of~ the Home Owners Loan 38"60i Corporatmn, a corporation, plaintiff 146.17 for the following sums: 33.48i $893.24 with interest at 5% per 27.52 annum from May 16, 1936: 100.15, $3.00 with interest at 5% per annum from August 16, 1939; $47.61 with interest at 5% per annum from June 29, 1939; and for the costs of th~s action and foreclosure of mortgage. Said real property will be sold as the property of said defendants and will be sold to satisfy said judg- ment and costs of action. G. W. WILLIAMS, Sheriff of Comanche County, Kans. RICH & ~ICH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 15-19. ,| (First published in The Western Star on the 10th day of November, 1939.) STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF CASE NO. 4028 ton, his wife; Isaac T. McMichaels IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF and McMichaels, his wife;l COMANCHE COUNTY KANSAS. John P. Jones and Jones, his i HOME OWNERS' LOAN COR- wife; Will Zerfact and Zer-I PORATION, a corporation, . ..... !fact, his wife; Dillwyn Parrish and~ ! ...................................... PLAINTIFF. James Brown Potter, Trustees; Dill-I vs. }wyn Parrish and -- Parrish, his l I LEWIS M. SEYFRIT and GLADYS wife; James Brown Potter and~, SEYFRIT, his wife; GREGGI- Potter, his wife; Ira M. ColeJ WALLACE and MRS GREGG*and - Cole his wife; P. T.t I WALLACE his wife, tenants in Ward and --- Ward, his wife;! ! possession ......... DEFENDANTS.! Amos P. Minor and Minor, SHERIFF~ SALE NOTICE his wife; Amox P. Miner and Susan By virtue of an Order Of Sale, i E. Miner, his wife; H J Robson issued out of the District Court ofl and Robson, his wife; Will-! Comanche County, Kansas, in the iam D. Weiler and -- Weiler, l above entitled action. I will on Mon- his wife; B. Lombard Jr., James L.. day, the 18th day of December. Lombard and H. W. L. Russell,! 21.93 1939. at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day Trustees; B. Lombard Jr. and --I 1774iat the west front door of the Co- Lombard, his wife; James L. Lom- o..~ Pet~ manche County, Kansas Courthoust.,, bard and -- Lombard, h~s wife, ..... si t lnl al tua ed in Coldwater, Kansas,: H. W. L. Russell and ----- Russell, ...... . q 67.13 offer for Sale at pubhc auction and his wife; Alfred D. Rider and 47.90 sell to the highest bidder for cash: Rider, his wife; Fred Huff and 51.17 m hand, all the right, title and in-', , his wife; Frederick Huff 20.57, terest of the said defendants in and and Huff, his wife; Rose 129.27i to the following described real Huff and Huff, her husband; 28.88~ property situated in Comanche Rosa Huff and Huff, her 36.31 County, Kansas, to-wit: i husband; F. H. Pipes and Lots Seven (7), Eight (8) and Pipes, his wife; F. H. Pipes and Nine (9) in block One Hundred~ Pipes, her husband; William (100) in the original Townsite of S. Pipes and Emma Pipes, his wife; the city of Coldwater, Kansas. W. S. Pipes and Emma Pipes, his The said property will be sold to wife; J. D. Brown and Brown, his wife; A. M. Coffman and Coffman, his wife; J. D. Brown and A. M. Coffman, Part- ners doing business as Brown and Coffman; Chas. S. Hinchman and Hinchman, his wife; Albert E. King and King, his wife S. M. Jackson and Jackson his wife; H. B. Pierce and -- Pierce, his wife; Henry B. Pierce and Pierce, his wife; Sumner W. Pierce and Pierce, his wife; Samuel W. Pierce and Pierce, his wife; S. B. Pierce and Pierce, his wife; S. W. Pierce ~nd Pierce, his wife; S. P. Mitchell and" Mitchell, his wife; T. J. Carmack and Carmack, his wife; Charles W. Kreiter and Kreiter, his wife: T. H. Stevens; A. S. Hunt and Hunt, his wife; Mandelay L. Howarth and Howarth, her husband; M. L. Plummer; John M. Hodges and Hedges, his wife; Gysbert DeClercy and DeClercy, his wife; Joseph M. Robinson end Margaret J. Robin- son, his wife; Thomas Nelson and Nelson, his wife; Robert COMANCHE, SS. Robinson and Robinson, his IN THE PROBATE COURT OF wife; Walter J. Sunderland and SAID COUNTY AND STATE. Sunderland, his wife; Ed- NOTICE OF HEARING ON ward C. Hackney and Hack- PETITION TO DETERMINE l ney, his wife; John T. Stewart and' DESCENT ] Stewart, his wife; Sarah IN THE MATTER OF THE ES-]Janson and-- Jansen, her hus- TATE OF ROBERT J. TRIMBLE.] band; George W. Bradlev and DECEASED. ~-- Bradley, his wife; John A. THE STATE OF KANSAS TO]Hackett and Hackett, his Charles D. Trimble, Mary M. Sigler, wife; Martha C. Prewett and Nellie M. Gustin, Laura E. Phillips, Frieda G. Griffith, Jaunita Van Winkle, Adalene Wolfe and all other persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in said Court by C. G. Lyon, as purchaser of the West Half (W) of the South- east Quarter (SE) and the Sputhwest Quarter (SW) of the Norbheast Quarter (NE) all in Section Twenty-two (22), Town- ship Thirty-three (33) South, Range Seventeen (17) West of the Sixth P. M, consisting of 120 acres more or less. praying for an order of the Court to make a decree finding that Robert J. Trimble died in Madison County, Indiana on the 26th day of October, 1937 leaving real estate situated in Comanche County, Kan- sas as above described; That ad- ministration of his estate has been completed in Madison County, Indiana and that no administration Prewett, her husband; George E. Coonrod and Coonrod, his wife; John H. Punshon and Punshon, his wife; W. Thee Church and -- Church, his wife; F. G. Jones and ~ Jones, his wife; William H. Campbell and Campbell, his wife; Charles E. Gibson and ~ Gibson, his wife; T. H. Stevens and Stevens, his wife; E. Engstrom and o Engstrom, h.is wife; James W. Gib- son and ~ Gibson, his wife; George B. Lord and Lord, his wife; Elias G. Rafferty and Rafferty, his wife; Mary Etta Merchant and ~ Merchant, her husband; Edward L. Stewart and ~ Stewart, his wife; if they are living, and, if any of them be dead, their unknown ~heirs, exec- utors, , administrators, devisees, thrustees, or assigns; and, The Farmers Loan and Trust Company of Kansas, a corporation, Jarvis Conklin Mortgage Trust Co., e corporation, Southern Kansas has been taken out on his estate in Kansas; That the following named persons are the sole heirs to said estate, Charles D. Trimble, a son; Mary M. Sigler and Nellie M. Gus- tin, daughters; Laura E. Phillips, Frieda G. Griffith, Jaunita Van' Winkle and Adalene Wolfe, grand- daughters; That above described real estate situated in Comanche County, State of Kansas be as- mgned to the above described heirs at law as provided for in Section 227 of the Kansas Probate Code, Chapter 180, Laws of Kansas for 1939 and for determination and payment of inheritance taxes. AND you are hereby required to file written defenses thereto on Mortgage Co., a corporation, The ;Osage Cattle Company, a corpora- i tion, Western Investment Co., a corporation, if in existence, and if any be dissolved, then their un- known successors, trustees, or assigns: You and each of you will take notice that you have been sued in the District Court of Comanche County, Kansas, in an action there pending in which the First National Bank in Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, a corporaton, Trustee of the Estate of C. F. Biddle deceased, is plaintiff and you are defendants; and you and each of you must answer the petition of the plaintiff filed therein on or before or before the 5th day of December, Saturday, the 30th day of 1939 at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, ! December, 1939, in said Court, at which time and l or the said petition will be taken place said cause will be heard. J as true and judgment will be ren- S~ould you faily therein, judgment/dared against you and each of you, and decree will be entered in due] as prayed for, confirming ,the title course upon said Petition. t of said plaintiff as an absolute Witness my hand in the City of estate in fee simple, in and to the Coldwater, in sald County and'following described real estate, State ~hls 7th day of November, !'located and situated in Comanche 1939. t County, Kansas, o wit: C. G. LYON, I Southeast Quarter of North- Petitioner.I west Quarter (SE~4 NW~A). M. M. COSBY, [ West Half of Southwest Quarter rroDate Juage. 1 (W SW~), Southeast Quarter HORACE H. RICH, I of Southwest Quarter (SEIA Attorney for Petitioner. 14-16. J SW~ ) and Sourth Half of South- Friday, November 24, east Quarter (S SE~), all ini Section Thirty-one (31), Town-! INDIGSTION ship Thirty-two (32) South of i Scmatioaal Relic! from lndige=ti~ Range Sixteen ~16) West; ! and O.D~e Proves it Southeast Quarter (SE) of u me ~r~ do~e ot th,e p,,~t-t=,t~= mue Section Twenty-one (21). South b,~ table do~n't brin| 7ou the fHteat and m~ complete relief you have experienced send bottle Half (SV~) of Section Twenty-i back to u~ and get DOUBIJS MON~ BACK. TiE[~l Bel}-an= tablet helpe the |tomach digest food.} two (22), South Half (S) of =~ ~e e=~, s~h ~d, ~l~ a~d Z~. Section Twenty-three (23), West: ,o~ eat the r~rimm= f~d~ y~ need. For hea~-~ burn. |lck head.he a~l upseta ~ ~t~z ~ Half of West Half (W W~;,) ~ e,~ech ~a= m~ ~**~ ~ of Section Twenty-five (25), all ,~,~ ,,a,& ~ ,,,n.,~ m of Section Twenty-six (26), ail of Section Twenty-seven (27),~- ...................... --: East Half (E) of Section BUSINESS CARDS Twenty-eight (28), West Half of ~-,~,N~. East Half (W E) of Section R.C. KORFF Thirty-five (35), West Half (W) of Section Thirty-six i DENTIST (36), and Southeast Quarter (SE) of Section Thirty-s:x PHONES: Office 20; Residence 195 (36), all in Township Thirty-two Co]dwater Kans. (32) South of Range Seventeen (17) West; R.A..]. SHELLEY East Half (E), Northwest Quarter (NW) and Noz~h Half Phys:,cian and Surgeon of Southwest Quarter (N Up-to-date equipped office including SW), all in Section Six (6);: X-RAY East Half (E), Southwest Quarter (SW) and South Half of Northwest Quarter (S~~' DR. R. M. PLATT NW), all in Section Seven (7);] Veterinary North Half (N) and South-~ west Quarter (SW) of Section Office phone 19 Res. phone 187 Eight (8) ; Northwest Quarter i COLDWATER, KANSAS (NW) of Section Nine (9);i PROTECTION, KANSAS Northwest Quarter (NW ), ~ Southeast Quarter (SE) and East Half of Southwest Quarter (E SW), all in Section Seventeen (17) ; West Half (W), Northeast Quarter DEAD ANIMALS (NE) and West Half of South- east Quarter (W SE), all in REMOVED FREE Section Eighteen (18) ; West l Half (W), South'east Quarter ! Phone 103 (SE) and West Half of North-', east Quarter (W NE), all in Haviland, Kans., Collect Section (19): Northeast Quarter (NE), Southwest Quarter Soap Given for Each Animal (SW) and East Half of North- west Quarter (E NW), all inl Wichita :Desiccating Co. Section Twenty (20); West Half Wichita, Kans. (W), Southeast Quarteri (SE) and West Half of North- east Quarter (W NE), all in Section Twenty-nine (29}; all of] "' Section Thirty (30); North Half (N) and the Southeast Quart- Logue Truck Lines er (SE) of Section Thirty-one Licensed Carrier under K. C. C. . (31); and all of Section Thirty- two (32), all in Township Thirty- of Ir~a~. three (33) South of Range Six- Also have Oklahoma Permit Haul- teen (16) West; ing to and from Wichita. East Half (E), Northwest Freight Free Delivery. Fxluipped Quarter (NW), North Half and Southeast Quarter of the move fine Furniture. Southwest Quarter (NV~ and In routing shipments from Wichita (SEn~4 of SW). all in Section lmark Order (Call Logue Truck Line, e (1); ~ast half of ~ortneas~ Phone 28-48-5) Quarter (E NE) and North-I .......... ,nsurea agamsz au Accments east Quarter of Southeast Quart- er (NE SE) of Section Two lFor shipments to Wichita and i~ (2); East Half of East Halfltermediate points Call~ (E E) and Northwest Quart-ibefore 2 m. for day delivery er of Northeast Quarter (NWV,I p. same NE~) in Section Twelve (12):I Ship by Truck--Save Money Northeast Quarter (NE), EastlBRUCE'S SERVICE STATION Half of Southeast Quarter (E SE) and 29 acres off the~East Phone 14 Coldv~ter KanL Kalf of Northwest Quarter, all in Section Thirteen (13) ; and East i Half of Northeast Quarter (Ei NE~4) of Section Twenty-four (24), all in Township Thirty-~ Good Vision three (33) South of Range Seven-i -- teen (17) West; I Means so much .... as an absolute estate in fee simple; and forever barring and excluding'~ Costs so little each and all of you of and from any~ and all right, title, interest, estate! CONSISTENT or equity of redemption in or to, or Uniformly, through lien or claim upon the said real property. 30 years, I have built RUSSELL. LEWIS & OBEE, up a reputation for Attorneys for Plaintiff. (SEAL) accurate, quality glas- ATTEST. ses at reasonable JESSIE CHAMNESS, Clerk of the District Court prices. of Comanche County Kansas. 15-17 C.C. Raymond ....................... The Mr. and Mrs. Harry York of Optometrist Copeland were visitors in their old Greensburg, Kans. neighborhood--New Eden--Thurs- day of last week. Mrs. Pete Huckle- Phone 37 bridge went home with them for a week's stay. ..~111111 GAS HEAT" When you use Gas Heat there's no shoveling coal~no ashes to carry out and no dust or dirt. Consult your local Gas Appliance DeMer regarding the installation of gas burning equipment for your needs. Y OU may rent a fully automatic gas conversion[ burner from this company tor only $1.75 per month I for the heating season. Ttle Kansas