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THIS KANSAS CITY JOUKXAL, SATURDAY MAllON 2, 1W5
INFORMATION FOR FARMERS.
Aomcri,Tin.t. rones or vAiuots
KINlll IMM'I esi:tl.
Agricultural Pvpnrts Snriillnc tllrirs nf
llhickherrlrs At Lambing Tlmr
About Poultry I'rrd Home
I'srS for Wont Nnlc.
Advance figures, of n statement not yet
published by the bureau of statistics give
the details of agricultural exportation for
the IrtJit calendar year. The value of these
exports has fallen oft from 19,188,8t3 to
Mil CS7.t7i In ISM. 7113 per cent of nil ex
ports were Agricultural; In 181, It win 71 ft!
It Is not so much a reduction In quantity
as In aluo, the result of low prices. Total
exportation In the ttto years was S5I,720,
r.l ant 107,31. "S3 respectively. The main
inference l. found In Ihe decrease of eer
tal exports nnrl increase In the meat troile.
A. great decline In figures for breads'urts
has occurred, belli In quantity and price,
the loss In nggregnto value exceeding lit,
doo.OW, the total being respectively J1S7,
CJj.CCO nnd J128,bOi.501. The exports of wheat
were equivalent to 111,777,111 bushel.", Includ
ing 1G.OM.300 banels of Hour and 72.0M,:bO
bushels of grain: In ISM, 1S5,J'J0,: bushels,
made up of 10,110,003 barrels of Hour and
103,377,603 bushel of grain. The alue of
tho Wheat was $l.',il73,2W, nnd of Hour,
ISS.M 1,706. As tho qilantuy of Wheat In
flour nnd grain was nearly equal. It is seen
that Hour paid best, ns over 10,0u0,0i, and
tho olTal ought to pay well for the milling.
In tho year before, the value, of the whe.it
was 170,011,4(3, and Hour, $71,7S3,S0I. Last
year, tho export value of wheat was fcS.7
cents per bushel, and Hour, IJ.07 per barrel;
ha year before, of wheat, fii.1 cents, and
of Hour, J l.3ti per barrel. There was less
corn exported than In 1VJ3 ll,sol,711 bush
els. Instead ot 5.'i.lH,91s. Tho value was II!),
S.S.Wl In 1S3I; .-7.l2s,lia In 1S93. The iuant.
ty sent to Germany was 1,0sO.IS7 bushels, a
reduction from the ilgures ot tho previous
The value cf exports of farm animal was
Increased from J.'.',00l,r,6J In 1SDJ to J3S,PC3,
tl. There were l.'0,&35 cattle sent abroad
last year; -b,"si tho previous year. Horses,
S.liO In number, brought l,3l,GS3; the prev
ious yenr, 3,57., $1,0J.js,i.
A. good Bhowlng Is made In provisions.
Of fresh beef 201,311,909 pounds was exported
against 172.xD7,bS the je.ir before, at the
value of 17, 101,703 and $15,H0,-07 respect
ively. A similar increase In bacon oc
curred, 110,014,005, Instead ot SI7.b3ii.S90 the
,3J,3iS,S37 In IS!) I, and 3ll,S31,SUS, worth $33,
49.VJ10 In ISM.
Tho cotton exports weie In unexampled
volume, 3,Cj,312,05l pounds, equal to 6,000,
000 bales,' valued at 1200,113,773, or C 31 cents
per pound. In 1S13 the volume was, 2,132,
to,9SU pounds, valued at 1201,100,023, or 8.32
cents per pound.
The cheese exports were about the same
as In ISM. nnd there was an Increase ot the
very small exports of butter. In 1801, ut,
3W,(m1 pounds at $0,02,201. or 9.C3 cents per
pound; In 1S93, 1,9,373,702 pound", at $G.i;77,U17.
or 9.02 cents per pound, liutter. IO,0iS,132
pounds, nveiagliig 10 33 cents, against 0,011,
110, averaging 19.20 cent'".
Clover seed Is becoming an export prod
uct of considerable Importance. The quan
tity sold was 2ti,479.39j pounds, valued at
f2.54l.SC9, against 33.sr.S9si pounds the j ear
before, valued nt S3.172.0l:). The value of
nil seeds was $3,103,503; ill ISM, $7,20I,W7.
There is another line of exports, ot gold
nnd silver, that makes a very unfortunate
showing. The exports of gold, to pay ad
verse balances of commercial transactions,
vvero J101.S10.921. nnd the Imports J2u,C07,CGl.
Tho exports of sliver were !!7,0ll,2u3, and
Imports 19.824,403. This la a net loss ot
over 1118,000,000 of coin during tho year.
National Stockman: There has been con
Flrterablo agitation recently in regal d tn
this alleged nuw fouigo plant. A great
deal has been said about It through tho
newspapers, and home seedsmen have been
advertising it extensively. There 1ms been,
so to speak, n sort of a boom for sncallne,
ond farmers hnvo been Impressed with the
Idea that something new hail been discov
ered that would tnko tho plaeo of every
thing else as a tornge crop.
Thinking Unit a littlo caution might be
ndvisahlo In tegaid to the introduction of
this plant, and knowing tluit thu Iowa
experimental station had made somo in
vestigations In regard to it, wo vuoto Di
rector Wilson for Information, Ills icply
was as follows:
"Tho sacallno plant does grow on our
campus. It grows eight or ten or twelves
feet high In a year, but it has never been
experimented with as a. fodder plunt, nor
do I bcllcvo it ever will be successful In
that dliectlon. I'rofcssor Hansen, of this
college, who traveled In Russia last sum
mer, consulted Professor Williams of tho
ngttcultural college ot Moscow concerning
it. They had grown it tbero and tried to
feod it, but tho principal dllllculty was tho
tattle wouldn't eat It. There Is so much
talk about it that wo will do somo ex
perimenting with it this summer. But I
iiavo no hope whatever of being nble to
add it to our list of forage plants."
Sucallno may bo all right for certain
localities and for certain purposes, but a
word of caution seems necessary to those
who think of Introducing this new plant.
Discuses of JHneUlierrlns.
G. jr. Anderson, In Field and rarm: We
of Boulder county have met with consid
erable loss and disappointment in the cul
tivation of blackberries, and are con
htrnlned to sock other and moro certain
lines of horticultural pursuits. Tho devel
opment of disease In tho blackberry during
the last few yeatfa has been bo rapid, and
fo littlo has been learned as to tho suc
cessful combatting ot those diseases that
many glowers have been foiced to tho
conclusion that for several varieties at
least tho time for their profitable cultiva
tion Is past, und that the tlmu for heir
desruction has come. A few years ago In
tho Klttatinny tho fungus known as rust
made Its uppeamnto, ana has developed
inoio nnd moro. year by year, until now;
mnny patch a hcivo been desiinyed, and
tho fungus has increased to guo.li nn ex
tent In others as to lender their destitu
tion necestaiy. So far as i know mi rem
edy has been successfully applied for tho
eradication of this disease. Tho remedy
which has generally been iccommonded for
Us eradication digging out tho nlfected
bills has piovcd Ineffectual with me, and
with otbeis In my vicinity, tho disease hav
ing moio than quadrupled each year until
now quite half of tho hills In my patch aro
nlfected, so thut I Intend to take them out
In tho spring. Tho Klttatinny seems to bo
nforo subject to tho dlsuiso than imy other
vanety, uut ueuaaiuuuu iiiuiu i a inc
ensed hill In otbeis, Tho Ancient llrlton,
one nf our favorites, I tear will linvo to go,
lis a grub has made Its uppemuncu in many
patches which woiks on ihu roots and is
threatening their destiuctlnn, In ull of tho
patches with which I urn acquainted, or
fiom which I have heard leporls. tho
growth of wood last yenr was voiy light,
nnd 1 nm sntlsilcd that In my patch the
pparsa growth Is nttiitmtuble tn this giub.
J hftvo heard no remedy suggested for it,
nnd Indeed uuy leniedy will bo exceedingly
cllfilcult of application, ns tho grub works
In tho mot, nnd any remedy npnlled for its
destruction muy destiny the plant as well
ns the grub. An experiment has been
made by one of uiir groweis, with pure
hemsene, and after letting the worm re
main two bouts lu thu keiuseue It seemed
ns lull of lite as when Hist imineised, mid
succumbed only to tha uctlon of llio. I
have found the lliia and Wilson, Jr less
nfiected by dlscnso than any other variety,
its neither bus shown tdglis of lust to uuy
Bxteiu, nnd the grub does not seem to
work on them. Olio uotlceabla feature In
the work of (his grub (s u toiinaUon near
the loot of the plant extending In some
ruses ten or twelve Inches up the calm ro
bcmbllng u black knot in its appearance,
which causes the canes to break euslly n
laying down In tha full, or by iho vud
titter uncovering in tha spring. In inuuy
cases wheie tho canes ale not biolteii und
aro set full of fruit, tho strength of ihe
cauo Is so much depleted that it falls to
mature Its fruit- if the work of this grub
is us destructive this season us (t was last,
many patches that buvo been allowed to
remulu will be dustioyed. tinder existing
circumstances I cannot ivcomineiid the ex.
tenslvo planting of any of tho varieties
common wl'h m. I van attention to the
J.ucrella dew ben y as likely to supersede
tho blackberiy fiom its apparent freedom
rrom dlseate, Its eurlluess, its producllve.
ness and the ease witli which, fiom Its
trailing habit, It can bo protected lu win
ter. It i squires, winter piotcctlou us well
us the blaekberiy, und lubpberry. being
quite as tender us either, and like tlm blael.
cup ittbpberry Is piopagated by covailng
the tlpa. This should be done ubout Au
iiust 1. allowing them to ieman uudis
turbed as lute In tho season us jir sIMj,
that they muy become well rooted before
removal for heeling in until spilug. It ei
quires thieo yeura for tho dewberry to
come Into lull bearing. Tho second yiur
vvlll vleia u lair ciop vUth pioper raie and
pruning. The vines should be cut o(t at
iwo or two and ope-lmlf feel, and tbo His
frequently cut to Induce the throwing i.ut
of numerous luteruls for bearing wood.
KIx feet between the lows and six feet be
tween the hills Is the pioper distance to
iant the dewberry, and then eevero irun-
ing Is necessary to prevent the vines from
Apple Irer rrdln.
Chart T. Uanlner in Nebraska Farmer;
To a large class nr reader? tlisl.i
shnll say on this sublerl will be of little
lnterel, as Ihe facts which I piesenl have
hren well known for a thousand jeers.
Then you ask, why pfi -.em these
rnets which are su well known?
The reason why Is this. When u
gang of inert i an run through the
country and represent that they have an
apple tree that In lUvor surpasses the
Wealthy and as a keepci will last
from six to right weeks longer, a perfect,
hardy tree, ns hardv as the Hi'" ",l,,'
for the lenson that this wonderful tree has
heer been grafted or budded, they rep
resent that all methods of budding or
grnfling in propagate apple trees Is a com
Plt failure as It Is certain premature
decay and death The acme ot perfect suc
cess, however, has been found In a lirst
rlass apple that needs no grafting, no
budding. It r. produces Itself fiom se-d
with invariable and absolute certainty.
This lale, well told, was listened to and ni
tcptrd by thousands. Not only farmers,
but edltor, medical men and lawyeui,
listened with gaping mouth nnd read
ily pave their orders for this wolid.'Uul
tree at the rale of 110 or more each. ,,""
Ihls can be done, and thousands of dollars
worth of orders taken, is It not lime to
take this matter up slid make a state
ment of facts for the benefit of those who
arc not posted an the subject? It Is .
mutter ot surprise to me to llnd so miny
persons who know little nr nothing con;
cernlng this subject. What are the facts.
If there Is anything well known, ativ
fact undisputed nmong horticulturists, It
Is ns a rule that no tree fruit will exactly
reproduce itself from the seed. nllc tr.ls
Is true of all tree fruits, the apple tree is
remarkable In that valuable varieties nev
er reptoduco themselves:. The onls cases
known In pomology where an apple tret
Is produced the second time from the seed
Is In cases win re they tecrt back or
neatly so to the will stock from which
thev originated (I'jrus Mains), and all
si h trees are ab-olutely without an)
value whatever cm opt to be used in
stocks or for wood. There never has
been but one Ilbode lid ami (.reenlng
grown from the eed. Other Greenings
hae been developed, but never one liifi
the original. This Is true of all other
named varieties of the apple.
Plant a bushel ot npnlu seed, all taken
from the Wealthy, while It would be nos
slble, still It will be highly Improbable
that out ot tho wnoio mi oi icnimsa i"
will not get a single Wealthy apple tree.
Tis is true pv any grn "'i'"SV,.,"1'' 'If,:
m... i i,-nt..,. r,,fa fire. tcchnlcallV
speaking, that In planting tho bushe I cf
apple seed mentioned, .when the seed
lings are grown there will be no two trees
.. M. .... - .-,,.. ,.lil. 1.. ni'.ru rpsne.ct.
mat nro ei.iuuj ,uiw .,, , ;" ;,"
and what is more there will be no tree
that is exactly like nny known tree here
tofore grown, with the exception of those
which revert back to the origins tocU,
ns before stated. Many valuable varieties
will be found among them, but all differing
In somo way from kinds now known nnd
classified. Com-equcntly to perpetuate s a
given variety grafting or budding In tome
form must bo resorted to.
Correspondence National Stockman: I
have used various commercial fertilizers
and have settled, down to a certain mix
ture nnd think it would be dime u It to
Hnd anything better. 1 pile hen manure
on a Iloor under cover and moisten It.
When It begins to heat cover It with nn
equal bulk of land plaster. In two or
three ilnvs I shovel It over several times,
making 'It nil line and the mass homo
geneous. It Is then ready for application.
At T.nnibing Time.
Mark I.ano Kxpress: The most irksome
of a shepherd's duties during the lambing
season is that of watching the ewes Just
nboitt to yean In the night. A rule which
cannot be too Implicitly observed is that
ewes should not bo interfered with ex
cept in cases or nctnni in;re.-.t.ii.v ""
labor. The watching itself, tl'erefore
should be done stealthily, as the nnlmiU
appear very much to dislike overlooking,
and vvlll creep away to anv secret place
they can llnd to avoid It. It occupying a
well coiistructesl fold they have no choice,
but the shepherd has no occasion to pro
long his inspection beyond a few- mo
.i. is h w!vto that nil Is nolng on
rlRht, or to go to it frequently unless there
is really dllllcult labor, and he believes
he ought toon to render help. V hen fully
convinced that the time for Interference
has coma he should approach the animal
with the utmost gentleness and causing
her to He on her side, feel If the birth
Is coming right, with the two fore-feet
nnd the nose obtruding from the womb.
Should the latter not be thorougly un
locked ho would do wrong to reinb r Im
mediate assistance befoiu giving tho cw-e
a cordial, to enable her to sustain sticngth,
or some medicine such ns the homeo
pathic Pulsatilla, which has been known
to be elllcaclous In bringing about the un
locking. If he can feel the toes ot tho
fore Teet nnd the unlocking is clenred
sufficiently thero can bo littlo harm In
endeavoring to get these legs out, but
he should draw them downwards Instead
of out straight lu doing so, as thcie
by he will lighten the strain the head
makes on the upper part. Sometimes
when there nro twins Inside the hind
foot of one will be found forced forwaid
so as to pi event easy egress of tho lamb
that is coming, properly, In which case
the hind foot should be forced back Into
the womb to allow the lamb which ought
to be born Hrst more easy progress.
There are other still more difficult cases
of parturition causing It to be necessary
.for tho shepherd to insert his fingers In
side the womb to feel what part of the
lamb Is In advance, which lie should do
cautiously taking care not only that hi
hands be washed Hrst nnd his linger nails
pared down close, but that , his Hngera
idinll, If Ksslhle, be dipped In oil. Oc
casionally, too, Instruments have to be
employed, and a dead lamb to bo cut out
plecemenl; hut, although we hnve met with
shepherds expert even in this, a veteri
narian should. If possible do It. After
difficult parturition thero Is nothing like
nrnlca lotion Injected Into tho womb to
prevent puerperal fever or nfmmmatlon
Some recommend carbnlio acid lotion, but
there can be no better antidote to Inflam
mation than arnica,
How the- Vied Affects flutter.
n. I'. Hmltli, in Wisconsin .iKricmiiuiai.
In tha fall und winter slightly tainted but
ter is very common In the market and
makers cannot bo too particular In keeping;
their stock perfectly free from all faulty
flavor. The butter that Is only slightly
tainted often causes the greatest loss to
maker. This butter may otheiwlso be
llrst-idnss and If sold on the tnniket ni
once might lie masked as prime or lancy.
Hut a slight taint develops rapidly, nnd by
tho time tho butter reaches tho market
lher Is a faulty ll ivor tailllclent to mark
causes too great loss to be endured with
equanimity, and et butter must bo sold
"'erls'mbe;- butler nt this time of the
year that Is so distinctly out of flavor that
mm must roncludo that the manufacturer
knew what he was lining. He Intended to
save in feeding, and make Inferior butter,
and gels only the price that all fuulty
butter brings. Thero is no sympathy with
such lnniiufncturi'rs.for they nn; steadily
injuring the reputation of American but
ter both at homo and abroad,
Most of the trouble comes direct from
the feeding. Uverynno Is trying to cenuo.
mlzo In feeding nt this time of tho year.
Prasty feed is tho most proline cause of
tho slightly defective butter. Tim taint
shows Itself early mid develops rapidly, do.
terlora Ing the butter so that it cannpt
cm ur" storage very long. Creameries lu
self.jvotectlrm must liibl.t upon farmers
feeling only good feed to their cows. A
littlo Independent Investigation would soon
weed oi t the farmers who feed any and
everything to their cows from those who
Sri particular to feed onlygood fodder. In
?hfs way tho right ones will suiter the loss
and not the helpless consumers or the In-
"Theelna'other thin besides de
fee vo feed that cause trouble in the but
ter and one Is the way In which the cream
Is handled in cold weather. Some dairy
men think that the cold, weather will keep
the cream a" right without any special
"aro on their part. In tho summer time
they know deterioration Is rapid, and they
have to uso cold slorayo and the best
method of aerating the milk. Hut fre
quetly in th fnll and winter no attention
Is paid to aerating or cooling the milk und
t s simply poured Into the deep delivery
cans over night and left there until morn.
iig. The milk Is affected In hit way and
the butter Is inferior. The milk and cream
must be kept sweet, pure aiil clean in
winter as well us, In summer. If more at
tention was paid to winter keening of
cream and milk, and better feed given to
the cows we would have less defective and
faulty flavored butter In the market.
linen tirouud lione.
i E. DawJey In Country Gentleman; An
average tample of green cut bone, run
through one of the little mills advertised
in the Country (ientleman. und having
some meat und borne fat adhering to it
auulzed; , ,
Moisture ...., ,,,,,.,,,..,313 per cent
Ash, mineral matter ! l,er cou'
fats ........, , '5p"n
Albuminoids ..., ,,., .M.a Percent
Undetermined ..,,......,,.. 1.8 per cent
The ash contained 57.1 per cent phos
phate of lime, 11.5 carbonate of lime. 1.1
other mineral matter. The analysis of the
If V Vt
rlsnr bones -ilon with no mui Vs or flesh
nlhertng would varv somen hit from this.
The heat-prodUi'lng power "f fat l iwo
and otie-foufth times ns great as that of
sugar or starth, and so the nutritive ratio
or this food would be about 1 to i't- ""
sen It Is a nitrogenous food, not a i ar
bnnnceous (if miirse "fat" would supply
carho-hjiirates if one oiul.l afford to
feed It. .r ,
SKIm-mllK contains ahout J'J per cent of
albumen and casein, on nn average, or
course this will vary somewhat In dirfrent
qualities of milk The analysis of the
egg shows that on flti averogn It ,Jn'1'!;
about il.i per cunt nf albumen. The egsT
alo contains 1 per cent of fat. ,.
I believe that corn nnd ffhmt nre he
best whole grains to lve In connection
With the nit hone, and during winter
advise these for etlernonn feed, giving Hie
bone at noon with some green rood, and
In the morning a warm soft food, uliif
elnver hay for Ihe basis, nnd mixing It
wllh a meal ration composed of lfl parts
coarse bran. 10 parts ground oats, 7'
parts corn meal, It parts oil tnenl, I part
powdered charcoal. ,-t the fowls have all
thev want of th', and mix enough luy In
it so they will not rotten , ,
t have found that on" ounce per day It
about ns much meat and hone as I pan
feed profitably. It Is a very rich food, and
one cannot feed even this quantity at
first without running too much risk.
It will psy a man with even a compara
tlvrly small llock to own n cutter, ns he
can prepare the tool so much better, nnd
besides, If he bns no mill, he will be apt
lo forget to pound the bones up nnd the
hens will go without. The chemists tell
us thnt this bone nnd meat Is worth about
5 rents per pound to feed bens, nnd the
hens seem to btck them , up In the matter.
It will not rost to exceell 2 cents, so we
get a net profit nf 3 cenls on each pound.
Sixteen hens lake a pound each day. or
8M pounds a sear. Tills saving gives us
110 05 to pay for the machine the first year,
and It should be nearly ns good nt the
end of the twelve months ns when pur
chased. IN Ot'.MHt.W,,
lloine r i of Wool.
II. H. Kelm In National Stockman; The
time nt spinning and weaving by hand has
nlmosl pased away. Knitting by lind is
rapidly following, as It should do. This
nge ot niafllilnery is no tlmii for wom..n
to be wenrlng lur lite away at knitting by
hand. Thero tire, however, i-nnio article
of much valuo and full of solid conifoit
which may be made In the home, wltn
very little trouble.
The long line ot old gray geese nnd
white ganders that adorn (7) the premises
of many a farmer, and disturb the piclllc
slumbers of tho occasional visitor at the
farm house, will also bo a thing of by
gone days. In fact, tho almost universal
verdict against the feather bed of ve
olden time Is that it Is better for orna
ment than for use. Tho writer Is a great
lover of sweet -deep and, would reltr.ue
tho saying of S.incho l'anza: "Clod bl;6s
tho man who Hrst Invented sleep 1 or
ten years he has enjoyed the luxury of a
woolen imtttcss besldo which, for com
fort nnd hcnlthfulness. the feather tn I
sinks into Insignificance. To realize tho
luxury, dear reader, you should at your
tlrst opportunity make one for your own
bed, If not for ivich and every bed in the
house In which-you dwell. , ,
This Is how wo make ours: The woo! Is
taken In the lleeoo ns It cnme3 from the
sheep's back medium or low medium is
ine nest quaiiiy jor uus imii'"ii '"
thoroughly washed until It is clean a.id
white. The oil in tho wool being joluble
In water will mostly be removed without
the uso of soap. After the wool Is thor
oughly washed and pressed through the
clothes wilngor It should be thoroughly
scalded. This pioccss makes the libels
harsh to some extent and destroys the felt
ing propel tics. Upon this point depends
the ultimate success ot the operation. He
sure to scald the wool after It Is thotoMgh
ly clean. Now spread upon sheets to dry
In the sun. When dry it should be care
fully picked apart by hand so ius to remove
every particle ot sticks or other foreign
substances ami it is reany. j-rejiaiu m-n-Ing
as for a mattress of husks with top
off. Wife says the edges are not m-.-es-sary,
but it may be made like a heavy
comfort and sowed around edge on tho
machine. 1'lace the wool as tvenly over
tho ticking as may be un'il oi. beve en
all of Hfteen pounds this amount vvlll
make a veiv nice blued bed. Now ad lust
tho top and knot tho mattreis ..arcfully
at intervals of six or eight inehe.t, sew up
the edges on the machine and you ha.'e a
mattress that will take the 1 lai e of the
feather bed, even with those most preju
diced In Its favor. It will ndd to your
comfortable lest nnd will thus add days to
your life. We use this kind of "feather
beds" entirely, and they aio satlsfacoiy
In a high degree.
Instead of cot tun we prefer wool nt the
saiie or a higher pneo to (III comforts.
They are mndo in the same manner, using
three nr four pounds of nice clein wool.
They nre fnr warmer than the old cover
lets and von can turn over under them
without feeling disposed to use profanity.
Of course, thu comforts nre pieced In the
usual vvav or made oil ot ono kind of suit
able goods and are knotted more closely
than mattresses. Pillows of the same aie
luxurious and are far more healthful than
the regulation feather pillow. They are.
moreover, vastly cheaper nt present low
pi Ices of wool.
Hy thus making ne of the product of
the sheep in our own homes we encourage
nnd fo,ter that most useful branch of an
imal culture, without which no clvlll-ed
agricultural country can maintain Its fer
tility. Potato Matlxtlis.
A circular Issued by the l'rlee & Keith
Commission Company, of Chicago, Thurs
day, says: Nearly-every year the people
of the United States Import potato's from
Huropean countries, the home supply sel
dom being equal to tho demand, purlng
tho year 1S91 tho Imports were 2.S04.221
bushels, at a cost of il,20n,h, ncalnst 4,(ml.
SSJ bushels worth 11,993,703, for IS'il All this
In splto of the tuct that tor the nine years
IWO to ISs, the nverago yield of potatoes
was 70.3 bushels per aero ami the yield in
IfcOl was C2.i bushels per acre, worth M
cents per bushel. This would give a gross
aver-so value 'o tho crop of 33 per aero
last year, against 13.13 per acre for the
WThe' crop' in Germany in 1591 was tho
enoVmois quantity of l.9.70l,Sst bushels
of no a oes and f we assume a va'uo per
bushel equal to that In thin countiy tho
potato crop In Ocrmnny last year would bo
worth TCo7.in,;i-, n- num iuw . .-.-..
times tho vi uo ot our own crop of pota
toes antl equal to tho combined value of
n?f the wheat? cotton, oats and buckwheat
produced in the nlted huues , in .. ..
us ihe farmers are concerned.
..,,.,,r-,Y-Ma T.r Tlv reason of default
In tho payment of a certain promissory
note ami In the Interest thereon, described
m i the "iced of trust dated tho 29th day of
Son am 3 o'clbek In the afternoon, on
MoTidayl tho 8th day of Apr U, 1 kj at t I.Q
or ion nno vt) aim sixiecu m. ""
tvvn ("r nil of lots three (3). thirteen (13
ind tiveiiiy.two (23), In block three (3): ill
at "lots one ( ana 'eighteen (Is). In block
tL,l iu and all of lots three 13) and e ght.
e?r lbi "i? block live 15). in Uewtllyn
annex an addition to the City of Kansas,
eountv of Jackson ami state pf Missouri, as
fho vn by the recorded plat thereof, and up.
"NQTICU TO HTOCKHOL.DRR8 - Notlco
is hereby given that tho annual meeting of
'he slockliolders , of the ruTent ltlver
notion of such other business as may le-
noTtnnirNi-OTUif on,' President,
J7H. vovtp ?e SHfi ,,
K ansas un. -" . " " - "
NOTICU TO BTOCIvllUMlUHB- Notice
la hereby riven. tliat iho annual meetliiH
oVl'li- nockholdeis of the Kansas Cltv?
l S FORD. Secretary.
Kansas City. Mo.. February US. m.
NOTICU The annual meeting of the
sharenoii era . e . y.-.. 'TO
transact any other business that may come
before said meeting. v,t . A. BUNKUR.
A. HILTON, Sec' jr. I'res't.
ps tliei e a2 """ " '" """ ,,
lils is" , ot m. 4 v 1-lbio them by tho
H.'snr.JgSes here set forth there vvoud
tn ii.i nn in inn ill a - ve- n
-larl.v C. Mulvey, his wins men u -"i"
in i nliu'o of the leeorder of deeds for
Vic son county, at Kansas City, .Missouri,
mi he 21th day of January, IBM), and thero
J'e'cordea 'lu book H 213, at page, SM, f w 11
,..-... ii. TinniH in -i ii viu-rv m ten -
o?Uln. the coun.V of Jackson. Mate
of Missouri at the request of tha legal
holder of sa'ld not", selnt publlo aiict un,
to the highest bidder, for cash, all of lots
en' (lO)'und Hfteen Cl-Y. Ill Mocfc , pn? m
Clinton rvii...-.- .........y u, ,,,,,, y
will bo held at Its olllce In Kansas City,
Mo on Wednesday, lliu 13th day of Mttruh!
1693 at 9 o'clock u. in., for the election oi
dticetors and the tinnsaoUon of such other
ll Isiness us may legally come before tho
!" ' ilT,,? liCOHGH 11. NKTTI.KTON.
"WAiTHlTflaismcn- .MeiTln overy tnwn
to sell mir II 00 rants mid to measure
We iniiko moto pants to measure than any
lilli.rlng establishment In At'icrli.i, and
we make Ihe best, ror teiui", address)
1'nullless Custom rants Co, !'$ Wnlmsh
ave , Chicago. III.
""VANTKlTitnhauer to handle eanv.lssers
for new intent article. One or more need
ed In every olllie, public building or resi
dences demand unlimited; tionansi. In
close !o Btamp. Writ oflPWAX. & CO .
211 Hancock St., l'eorln. 111.
WANTrcn-Immrsllately, three new-s
agents on intlmnit. Call on Southern Hall
way News Co.. lulS t'nlon ftVe.
hand", man ai.d wife.
D West Gth St.,
- . ..m,-.a n ..a .mh n ,t linta.ntrt
l ,V.S J J, II ,1 IIIIIIH Ml' II "' " ,,v..r...
liousej good wages. slO Main st.
"WTn'oA whTte 'Klrlfor general
housework. t"OT Prove st.
SlTtJATIIirV WA.M'llll-l'IlM tldi.
WANTi:i)-Sltuatlon by young lady ns
stenographer Three years with ono linn.
Address 7. t32, Journal olllce.
I llAVll the best agents' nrtlele on earth.
Send potnl for particulars. Nothing like
It. Credit to nil worthy. Wanted by ev
erybody. No fraud. l' rmuneiit glowing
business for honest people,
THUO. NOEL, CeoloRlst. Chlen.go, III.
r-AVAIHAN KMl'I.OYMKNT OI-'FICH,
nnd fuinlsheil looms. 10l' I last 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel. 1170. The best place In I. t. ,
Mo., to llnd belli or situations, mile
to llnd Help or siiu.iiiiius, iiiiiu "i
le; 14 .venrs' experience. Itef. nmnhn
bank, Omaha; Citizens' bank, K. l .
-in hunt iiouii:m.
rr IM'VT Tlv .toaenli lMunie
2103 Knnsas ave., 0 room houso I 00
2hV, Knnsas live,, fi room house i 00
327 Woodland ave., S room house S M
010 (Irovo St., 3 room cottnge 10 i)
2317 I.ydla ave., S room brick Ii WJ
2321 I.yilla nve., S room brick .0 W
1911 Moulgall ave., 7 toom brick 17 jO
1300 H. Sth St., II room brick -' W
Corner Independence nnd Holmes, I
rooms, each 110 and 112; city water.
JOSEPH PIil'MH. llcntnl Agent since 159.
TO HUNT A nice threo loom dwelling,
only four blocks from Minnesota and
within ono block of two street car Hien
Call at the Journal branch olllce, ill tho
Chamber of Commerco bldg.
TO HUNT HOOMS.
TO HUNT Ono elegant otllco room nnd
ono sulto In tho Journnl bldg. Kent rea
sonable. Apply to tho Journal Co
TfMHJNT Klegant odlccs In tho Journal
bldg. at reasonablu rales. Apply to tho
aioMiv to loan.
PAllM LOANS Applications desired:
North, rn Missouri and Hastern Knnsas
(within 100 miles); rates. B'4 per cent up
ward, according to location, security nnd
terms. Partial payments allowed. loans
for sale to locul Investors.
JAMCS I LOMrtAItD.
Over Plrst National bink.
T AND r, PKIl CUNT money on busnes,
residence and farm property: unusually fa
vorable terms Apply to Homer Heed or
Theo Nash. 10.J-; Hrondway.op.Coates house.
KANSAS CITY" Unpioved business prop
erty; large loans 0 to t'.J per cent; resi
dence property, to CVJ ler cent, applica
tions promptly plnced: loans for nle to
local Investors. JAMCS I.. I.OMHA11D.
Over Plrst National bink
0, 6 AND 7 pnit CUNT money, on city and
farm properties; building loans mnflo
II. W. MT'SSON, 202 American 111:, nidg.
MONKV TO LOAN direct, '. 7 and S per
cent. II. L. JOHNSON & CO.,
N. Y. Life building.
TO CONTIlACTOrtS Wo hnvo some second-hand
;h Inch nnd 3i Inch steel rope, in
llrst-clnss condlllon, which wo will elII at
reasonable Ilgures Wo hnvo two pieces of
tho 78 Inch ropo ISO feel lu length, one piece
of tho "k Inch ropo 200 feet In length and a
few pieces from 30 to 40 feet long. This ropo
will ho found to bo very suitable nnd de
sllublo tor contructnts for uso on their
deni-ks, etc . ot .
THU JOURNAL COMPANY.
WINDOW Shinies, with flxtures, lie.
Havci fringed Shades at ISc.
Opaque Shades, 32c, SSc, ISc.
Cheiilllo l'ortleies, 2.iiS.
Tnblo Covers. 73c
Tablo Oil Cloth, best quality. 13c.
HMRICU. 602 Main.
CHEAT'Iin COAI Best grades of soft
coal, Including Pnrmers', J2.73 per ton.
Cheaper grades, J2 2".
MHri. N. MILLHH, JR.,
14 West lo. ave.
CHAIcTtOWT. JOHN H, TOWT,
President. Vice President,
n. r HAP.RIS,
MIDLAND TltANSFHR CO. Freight
and baggage transferred tn ond from all
depots. Furniture moved and packed by
experts. 407 and 4"3 Wyandotte St., Kan
sas City, Mo. Telephono 1317.
ri. Cnpnl ,T. in IK n,il ? ITnaUn. frt
ladles, gents nnd children enn't bo matched
elsevhero nt tho samo prices. Ladles' Ji.23
Oxford Ties, e7c; Ladles' and Gents' 2.00
Shoes, 1163. EMP.ICH. 002 Main.
rou sai.i: 3iisoMi.LAM:nus.
Cardinal I'rints, 4Uo yard,
Pxtra quality Past lilack Sateen, 10c.
30 Inch All Silk Windsors. 19c.
Uiigllsh Merino Underwear, medium
weight. 80c. HMIHCH'S, 002 Main.
FOR SALU Part or all of a steam well
drilling outilt, 302 Mass. building.
rou s.vi.n itiiAi, ijstati:.
east front, above grnde, cower, street
graded, sidewalk, nice neighborhood, close
to cars, worth 139 a foot, but must bo sold,
and will take 517 a foot right now. Must
bo ensh See ns at once.
U. 11. PIIUI.PS & CO., Am. Hit. bldg.
HAVU NUW and safe building for furni
ture storage. Advances made; packing and
shipping done. JOHN A. UAMKS,
80S Walnut st. Tel. 2030. Manager.
rn nxnANOU For a resldenca: will
exchange clear lots in Independence for
resldenco; vvlll assume; residence not to
cost over JI.C0O to 13,000.
ORRIMON & KUMRRHR.
603 Hall bld'g.
WANTED To horrow-llOO or 1300 from
private individual, on good security, Ad.
dress Z S33, Journal pfitce.
MRS. L. JAMK3, the well known clair
voyant and trance medium, muy be con
sulted at 1200 llr-nfl ave.i parlors 80 and 40,
IF YOU WANT so0'1 old-fashion butter,
milk or cream, go to McCllnlock's restau
rant. 029 Walnut meet.
Is hereby given that the annual meeting
of thu stockholders p the Kansas City,
Port Scott .S. Memphis Railroad Company
will be held at Its olllcu , In Kansas City,
Mo., on Wednesday, tho 13-.li day of March,
1593. at 9 o'clock a. m., for tho electlun of
directors and the transaction of such other
business as may legally coma before the
CHARLKS MURRIA5I. Secreta.-,
Kansas City, Mo., February iS.hh,
vyntviui .!..- i r di',V- kA. x
Ntirli r, op Titfari-t. a s m.h Where-
n, Siinuel p scott and M. ry J. Heott.
his wife, by their dre.i of irust dated the
.111 day of Novemiiei. Hsi, whlcli said
deed of lrn! e.ta nt, ii.a .iiiVi Anv of No
vetnbtr, ivisi. itily rnorii I i book H 4V).
nl page. no, of the re otds tt Jacit'on
count, Mis-oim, lonvejid to ihe tinder
sign" 1 D.nld II imp n. trustee, Ihe fol
lowing described proper, y i.i Jnekson
routilv nnd state of M'ssouri, to-wlu Com
mencing lit n point in the fulh line of
the northwest quarter of -eri.on nineteen,
township fortv-nlne, rar ;.i thirty-three,
west of the Hfth prln'ip.ti nvildltn, dis
tant eight hundred and liny feet east
ftcm the southwest rormr ot ild north
west quarter of sild section nineteen,
,hf,nf .'l01'"1 Hirei hiiiidre I mi I tlfty-two
and 25-100 feet, then a wet one Jul irtrrd
and ninety feet, tlienre north f'x hundred
and Hflv nnd M-loo fc 1. theme east live
hundred nnd thlrly-lle nnd " Un) feet.
JA'Crr. F01"h t"n hundred nnd three and
in-im teet to the routh Hue of the norlh
west qiiarlerof s il.i section nltwieon. thence
2.V' three hijiidr-d nnd, forty-live nnd
W-IM feet (n the tiHre of le cliililng This
deed Is made subie-t to right of way for
public ro id running over Hie south en,i
pf sild tract of hnd thirl v feet wile, nnd
l subject i ?i.l,rof way for pi'Wle.r"
?If,rr.(,.t ltnWfi as Ilunton nvrmie tlilrtv
feet wide over thp vest side of "aid traet
of land In trust to se-ure lb" three prin
cipal real estate bonds In fnld deed of
trust described: and, whereas, the bond
for .,.ooo ii,,, on or ,oforo November 1.
WS, and the bond for 000 due on or be
fore November 1, i. are due nnd un
PlL'li nnd. whereas, aid Samuel P. Rent I
hfrs filled to pav Ihe tises nnd n'se's
menls levied ngnlnst snld laint when the
snme became due nnd pivabie, whe-efore
the whole of svld Inilebledress bee.inf
due and pnvable and Is now unpsld Now.
therefore public notice Is heijby given
J hat I. the unders, cited. P.ivld It MJI";
t he trustee named In sld deed of trust, nt
the request of Ihe holder nn-1 ownjr of
sild notes, under nnd bv virtue of the
poiver to inn riven, vvlll on Silurdiv. the
ninth day of Mnrch, 1f15. p-oceed to sell
Ihe property hereinbefore deierllicd and
nnv nnd rverv tnrt th-renf, nt public
vendue to the highest bidder, nt th1 ,,'h
front door nf the new eountv ro'irt hoi e,
n Knnis Cltv. Mlsouil. being the build
ing In Kansis cilv, jse',-on -ountv. Mis
souri, In which the ilreult court of all
.Tnekson eountv Is now held, f-ir essh, lie
twern the hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon ind live o'cln. k In th. afternoon
nf said div. to pav the cot of executing
the trust nnd the nmoimt Juc on said un
PAVTn H. HTTHIN. Trustee,
nwnrd C Wr'ht. Attorney.
,TIinsTi:irs SAI.n-Whercas. Adelildo
M. Carlo nnd Oliver C. Carle her husband,
by their certain deed of trust, dated the
thtrtennth dnv of June, A. P ltM. nnd re
corded on the etrhih div of July. A. D.
"V). In book 11 .111. nt pic Mo. In the of
flee e.f the recorder of deeds for Jnekot;
eountv. Missouri, at K.inis Cl'v, conveyed
to David It nttlen. trurtee. th following
decrlheci reil estate, sltuited lu the county
of Jnekson nnd slate of Missouri, tn-wlt:
The niithwist quirier of Ihe northwest
quarter of the northeast (inirler, nnd nil
that portion of th south hilf of the north
east quarter Ivlnc west of the We it 1 tin
river, except a strip eight rods In width off
th ou'h end thereof, nil blnT In section
twelve 021. township fortv-nlne (41) nnr'h,
nnge thirty three C.1). west nf the fifth
prlnolml mertdlin containing In ell flftv
fonr (11) acres more or less, according to
government survey to secure three nrln
clpil teal estate lionds. nnd coupons there
to attached. In slid deed of trust de'-rlbed:
ftnil n'li.rn.t !, ilrl .enl notllt- bOlllS ill
said drrd of trust eteserlheil nre row dn
and untnld nnd. whereas, the ald Ane
lilde .r. Carle nnd Oliver C Cirle. her
hoi-bind, have fulled to plv Ihe fares for
lS levied nnd .assessed against said prop
ertv, by reason whereo' the holder of
snld bonds lias been compelled to nav the
im- under the terms of ild ded of
1rur; row, therefore, at the request of the
letril holder of nld reil egti'e bonds nnd
said deed of trust nnd In accord in-" with
the powers vested In me hv n'd d'-el of
trut, I. the unde-slirned trustee, w'll pro
ceed In sell thj nh-ivo described reil estite
nt nubile nle, to the h'-hest bidder, fnr
eish, nt the front door of the building In
ICans.is Cltv Missouri In which Ihe circuit
court .if said .Tieltson county Is row held,
being the south frnnf doer nf the court
house In sail cltv situated on Ihe block
bound on the south bv Missouri avenue,
on Ihe east hv Txiensf street, on the north
bv rifth street nn! on the west bv Oik
street, on Monday, the 11th day of
March. A D 1S1" between the hours of
nine o'clock In the forenoon and live oV!ok
In the nfternoon of sn'd day, and will npplv
the proceeds of snpi iie to the pnvmi-nt of
the eosts and expenses of Fi'd sle, and to
the pivmcnt of the Indebtedness secured
bv snl.l derd of trust.
Pat.d Kansas City. Ml"our. rebniary
PWIP II r.TTinV. Trnrtes.
Pe-dne . Ttorllnl. Atlor-evs
V1IT;PraAft. TTop- Van ttnmt and John
Van Prunt. her hnsbnnd bv their deed of
itru.it dated ihe 1t day of vpr'l. 1si), nnd
recorded In the ofllee of h, re'-or.ler of
deeds of .Tnekson county, Missouri, nt Knn
m City. In book TS No 122 at p-i-e JSS. did
convev' to the undernli-ned trustee the fol
lowintr described reil cstnt" rif.fp,! n
Jackson eountv. Missouri, to-wlt- T' e west
iilnetv-three (13) feel of lot number iivo (21.
In block number seven (7) In M. rrlam
place, nn addition tn Kins is Cltv, Missouri,
being n parcel of land frouitng Aft.' (501
feet on the rant rldo nf Penu Rtrit. In slid
cltv. between ISth nnd 11th .its nn 1 run
ning back eist Hint width fjr 01 feet: In
trust, to secure the pn-'inent of the nromls
snry note and Inteieit thereon of the said
Hope nnd John Van Hrunt In slid deed of
trust described: and, whereas, default has
been made lu the pavnient of one Install
ment of Interest on sr'd note, nnd the nme
remains due nnd urpnld; now, therifore.
notice. Is hereby (riven lb it. rt tho renuest
of tho legal holder of said note nnd hv
vlrtiio of power In me veted bv enl 1 deed
eif trust, I, the undersign d I luster will, on
Satin day. the !3d dnv of Mure) 1SJ5. nnd
between the hours of 9 n m nnd S p. m . of
that dav, proceed to sell (he real estate
obnve described at public w-nrtui tn tha
highest bidder, for cash, nt the west door
of tho United States postofee building,
pnutheast corner of 0'h and W'nlrut streets,
In Kansas City, Jackson eountv. Missouri,
to sntlsfv nnd piv off said nole nnd Inter
est nnd Ihe costs of eecntlne this trust.
HC.NRY STl'tllNI' VUCII, Trustee.
Startunon, Crosby i S'ubenratich. Att'ys.
THL'BTUU'S SALU Hy reason ot default
in the payment of a pilr.e-q.al piomissory
note and the last matiiiiiii, interest note,
described In a deed of tin , exe-uted by
William H, Trleiicnj, unmarried, to the un.
dersigned trustee, dated .l.imi.uy icih,
l'DO, Hied for record January -1st. 1S90, In
the olllce of the recorder of deeds for Jack
son county, Mli'oun, In book 11 831. nt page
"21. I, the undersigned trustee, will, pur
suant to the terms of said deed of trust,
nnd at the request of the leij.il holder of
sa'd notes, sell at public vendue, to the
highest bidder, for oa-.h. all o; lot number
four (4). In block tiiuiiuer two (2) In T. A.
Smart's addition to -tin Cin of Kansas,
now called Kansas City, Jack-sun county,
Missouri, at lliu west dour of tho United
States ciiFtom house, nt the lou-henst cor
noi of Ninth, and Walnut streets. In Kan
sns City. Jackson county. Missouri, on the
IRth day of .March, 13j, between the hours
of nine o'clock In tho forenoon md Hve
o'clock In tho afternoon, for tho purpose of
satlsfvlng tho snld Indebtedness and the
cost of executing this trust.
WHTPPr.r! LOAN AND TRUST- COM
PANY, Trustee, by A. A. WillPPI.i:. i
" NOTICU OF STOCICHOLPLHS' MUIIT.
lug A meeting pf the stockhnlders of the
Pacltlo Mutual Irlegianh Company will be
held nt tho oHlco eif iho coinpuny. No. 711)
lug thu by-laws and th transaction nf
such othur business a muy propoily come
before the elockholdors.
;:t v: x;,'::ii,--t.
W. II. HaKUR,
Ii. C. l'LATT.
a. ii. Mi;vs:.N.-s.
L. D, PAIIItr.R,
J. A- CORHY.
a n ciIAMPLUn. President.
j'o STRVBNB. Secretary.
K-n"a- City. Mo- l'eb. 14, im
NOTICU is hereby given that the un.
dersigned, as trustee, will sell at publlo
vendue to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Tuesday, the 26th day of March, lssj. at
the court house door, in the city of Hide.
I'endence, Jackson county, MUsomi, the
following real estate situated In e.ild coun
ty, vl-.i 1' nie- ten. eleven, twelve,
thirteen, fourteen, Hfteen, eWtren and sev
enteen, all In block eleven In the town of
Huckner, by virtue of the power flven him
by a certain deed of truat, dated January
13th. 13I. and recorded on January 20th,
1S3I. in the recorders, office of t,ild couniy
at Independence. In. book 190 at pate 4'rf,
whereby Chrl3 Stephan ond Helena Steph.
an his wife, conveyed sild real estate to
the undersigned as trustee to secure the
payment of the promissory note In said
deed described! default having been made
In tl.a payment of sild note nnd the legal
holder of same having requested the un
dersisnfd to sell said real estate to satis
fy ld debt and the costs of executing the
tiutU W. II. UQI.KB. Trustee.
SAFUS opened and repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locki cleaned and
changed. B. HARRIOAN, Ex-pert.
Telephone USi. iW East Tenth, st.
MlUAIi .Mill! lis.
Hells M. Perkins, hit wife, gr-Mifcrs. br
their deed of trust dated the seven -eenih
day of April, elghtern huiidred nild nil ety,
recorded In the olllce of the lecor.. - of
deeds of Jackson county, Missouri. -V
sns city, on tho samo date. In book H in.
pages ISO lo 1VS, both Inclusive, convneil
to Jefferson Iliumback, the folloivlnt
scrlhid land In Kansas City. Jackson c
ty. Mlssotitl, t0. wit: A pan of '.'" '
r?nA'il lo Datilol L. Shonse by J''""' )
Mi Daniel nnd wife b deed dai
July 1, lSie recorded in book V. pape M . "
Iho recon r- mu,... i .incksbh eountv,
Missouri, thus bounded. vl.i . "'."'"JS 1
on Ihe east line of Main slteet, In the f ity
in ivuusas, at a iioiut whirn i m" ""
end of tho middle Un ,, et the
south stone foundation wall of
cer t. n three story bti k stoM
milhiing, erected by Anna Conellv nnd in
her possession till she ionvenl , the Prop
erty by deed dated February !' to
Hnrmon llrowm thence t-astirly along
middle line o?'slcb foondOtlon wall nnd
prolong-.it on of sin h mid lb- line to th.
west line 0f ;; n III l.loek right t. n
McDatilel's addition lo snld City of kali-
rif.:. ,!,L,!c? '""in n'o" 8l"h. ""-ii-!; .,p
point which shall be In n prnlongntlni of
the middle lino of the north foiitj. Mlon
wall of snld three story brlfk building, so
erected by said Anna Connelly-theme vest
wamiy rrot, Bll(.h ,,0tt t0 the ens end
of said tnlddlo lino of said north founds
,lnn,v,,l,ls n'd thence westerly ,,0".T , '''.1
middle line of 8ald north foundation wnl
j;i tho east line of snld .Main street; nnd
thence southerly to the plnce cf beglrnlim,
being n lot of nd supposed to hnve "front
nf twcntv-ihree nnd Vlpht-lvvelfthJ (";
fret on Miln street, and commonly known
nnd deslgnnted ns lot number sry-
McPnnlel's nddltlon f th" -jt- of
Kansns. except so much of said lot sev-fi
(i) ns lies south of the tnlddlo line of said
to-wlt t Deed ( Anna ConnelU haok "
pnge 411; ,ioc,, ,,,,,,, Aiicust 31. l',,.Jn'!
hi: deed dated August 31. i"'' '" J"1"
Connelly, tiook n, Page !!! need
.February 2?, 1S7I. lo Harmon nrowii.
" . Inge 023. ond conveyance Is sub-
lect lo nnrl.. .. ,Y .....I..,..! mrntlnncd In
fe'JS1', ,,0,',2l- "nd nlo lint of .Innunry !.
1W2, book n S). poge 2,1?, nnd b"lng the same
land conveyed to William W Perkins by
James p. Connver nnd fleorge It. o'iover
nnd their wives by deed dated the 2Sth dnv
of June, ISS7. recorded In book 11 number
.1.-, page bs... nil rights under anv nmi an
pirty w-nll cnntpicts nffccilng snld, Innd.nnd
nil rights concerning pnrty walls stlpu
lited In any deed conveying snld land
nil rights under nny nnd nil lenses of said
lind being by said deed of trust signed
to snld Ilriimb.irk. nnd all said land and
rights being bv snld deed of trust conveyed
to secure payment of certain promissory
notes In said deed of trust described;
and, whereas default wns mule In the pay
ment whrn due of the Interest nots matur
ing forty-elght months ond lift) -four
monts after dnte, In said deed of trust de
scribed, nnd thero now remains dun nnd
iinp-ilil the whole or said fifty-four months
Interest note, nn.l Ihere l.ns been pild on
said forty.cht months' Interest note only
the following amounts: Two dollars nnd
frv!,.y",lx rpnts nt maturity; .Kin. dune
12. 1J1I. nnd SI30. July 13, 1WI, the balance
of thit note being due nnd unpaid; now,
therefore, ot the request of the owner
nnd holder of said due nnd iinpild notes,
nnd of the other notes secured by nld
deed, maturing thereafter (Ihe notes mi
turlng before said defaulted notes having
1'een paid), notice Is hereby given that
said Hrumbaek will, ns such trustee, un
der the poiver In snld deed nf trust, proceed
to sell tho property nnd rights heielnbefor.;
described. nn, ty Fnti tiPP,i conveyed nnd
nny and every pirt thereof, at public
veiiiuie, in me nicliest iiiiiiier. nl me conn
house door, In Ihn Cltv of Knnsas (now
called Kinsns City), In the county of Jack
son aforesaid, for cash, on Friday, the
lltleenth dav of March, el.hleen hundred
nnd ninety-live, between the hours of nine
o clock In tho forenoon nnd five o'clock In
the nfternoon. to pay the tnlnnee due on
snld defaulted notes, nnd the costs nnd
expenses nf executing said trust. Includ
ing compens-itlnn lo the trustee for his
services, and out of the Dalinco of pro
reels, to pay, ns provided In -aid deed of
Irust, the principal note dficrlbed therein,
with interest not Included In Interest notes
maturing before that, the court house door
nt which such sale will no mnde, being
the south fiont door nf tho court house
building In Kansas city Jackson eountv.
Missouri, nn the block of ground bounded
bv Fifth street, Onk street. Missouri nvc
nuo nnd Locust street. In which building
the ilreult court of .Tnekson eountv. Mis
souri, nt Kinsns Cltv. will be hold, or
might lawfully be held If In session, nt the
time nf sal, and nt whlcli door the sheriff
usually sells land on execution from snld
jnrFt:Rn- rnirxMi ct.- T-nstee
WHintHAS, Frank M. Slut!: and Hester
J Slutz, his wife, grantors, by their del d
of trust dated the tenth dav of lYbru.uy.
eighteen hundred nnd ninety-one, recorded
nn thu tenth day of Fchiuary. elghteun
hundred and ninety-one. In the olllce of
Iho recorder of deeds of Jackson eountv,
Missouri, nt Kansas City, In book I! No
4r0, pages 00 to 70, both Inclusive, conveyed
to Jefferon liruniback the following do
scribed land In Kansas city, Jackson eoun
tv, Missouri, to-wlt: All of lot niimbi red
five bundled and eighteen (31S), In block
nii'tibcred thirty-eight (SS), In McOee's ad
dl'Ion to the City of Kansas (now Kansas
City) as the famo Is marked and desig
nated on the plat of snld addition on tile
nnd of record in the olllce of the recorder
of deeds of snld .Tnekson county. In trust 10
secure the payment of certain promissory
notes of even dnte therein described; and.
whereas, default was made in the pavnunt
when due of the interest notes manning
fnrly-two months nnd forty-eight months
after date described In said deed, and th
tame nre wholly unpaid, and default was
made in the faithful performinre of tho
agreements contained In said deed In thl
that the Improvements upon the land wer.
not kept constantly Insured ngnlnst loss bv
(Ire fnr the sum provided In said deed, nor
In nny other sum.nnd upon December twen
tleth. eighteen hundred and ninety-four,
there being no Insurance upon the prop
erty, the third party In said deed of trust,
then owner nnd holder of all unpaid note
fceenred by said deed, procured proper In
surance upon said Improvements In the
turn of seventy-five hundred dollirs (K.nOfli
for one year, nnd paid therefor nlnetv
three dollars and seventy-five rents (501 7V
no pnrt of which sum has hem repaid;
now, therefore, at tho request of the holl
er and owner of said defaulted rotes, and
of the other notes maturing thereafter, be.
Ing same partv paving fnr snld Insurince,
the other noles maturlnc before i.ai,l de
faulted notes having hull n.ild, notice is
hereby given that said Itrumbirk
will, ns such trustee, under the
power In said deed, proceed to
sell the property hereinbefore nnd
In said deed described, nnd nny nnd ev 1 ry
pnrt thereof, at publlo vendue, to the high
est bidder, nt the court house door. In Ihe
City of KnnMs (now cnlled Knnsas Cltv),ln
the county nf Jnekson nforesnld.for cnhh.on
Tuesday, the twenty-sixth dav of March,
eighteen hundied and ninety. live, between
the hours nf nine o'clock In tho forenoon
nnd five o'clncl: In the afternoon, to pay
raid defaulted notes and the costs nnd ex
penses nf executing said trust, Including
cnmpensatlon to the trusts, nnd to repay
the proper proportion of said sum pild for
Insurance required tn carry said Inmirnncn
until day of sale, with interest ns provided
In said deed, and out of the balnnce of
proceeds to pav the principal of tha prln
rlpal note described In said deed of trust,
with Interest ns In such deed piovlded,
the court bousn door at which such sale
will ho made being tho south front door
of the cnrt house building In Kansas
City Jackson county. MUsourl, on the
hlnk of tronnd bounded bv Fifth street.
Oak street. Missouri avenue and Locust
i-lreet, in which building the circuit court
nf Jackson eountv, Missouri, nt Kinsis
City, will lis held or mleht lawfully he
held If In session at th time of site, and
nt which door the sheriff usunlly eeU llnd
on execution from said court
JFFFF.TtSOV nilT'XtnCK Trtistss
THTSTnC'S SAT r - Hv reason of default
in the payment of Interest on a crtaln in n.
clpal promissory note described In a deed of
trust executed by Ihigeno J Dietrich and
Hllzsbeth C Dietrich, his wlf to tha nn.
dersigned trustee, datel December Sth. Ifisl.
filed for record Dceinhr Sth, 1SS?, In the
office of Ihe recorder nf.iWiU for Jackson
county, Missouri, In book 11 833, at pago
8S0, I, the undersigned trustee, will, pur
suant to the term of sail deed of Irust.
and at the reaue"! of Ihe legal holder of
said note, sell nt publlo vendue, to Iho
highest bidder, for cash, all of lot number
ten (10), In Ludlow place, nn addition to
the City of Kansas (now Knnsas City).
Jackson county. Missouri, at thi west door
of the United States custom house, at tha
eoutheast corner of Ninth and Walnut
streets, In Kansas City. Jackson county,
Missouri, on the Hi day of March, 1533.
between the hours of nine o'clock in tha
forenoon and five o'clock In the afternoon,
for tha purpose of satlsfjlng the said In
debtedness and the cost of executing this
trunt. MILTON MOOHC, Trustee.
JSUllCtl OF AU.Ul'JMt OF UUlLtUI'.
or- Notice Is hereby tivcii that the dluxi.
orb cf the Kunsas City A. AtlanlU Itullruad
Cumpaiiy will hold a meeting, as ivqulrod
by Ihe statutes of tha statu ut Miuuri, ut
thu oilkv-i of said company, luomi Nui,. u
aud 91t Telephone building, uouhwest voir
ner of Sixth and Wyandotta stiaets. In
K-ngiiii City, Ml-aooirl. on Tuesday.ttia 12th
day of March. UW. at a clod; a. m. o(
aid day. for the transaction nf such bul.
uess as may properly come before thein.
THHOnoRK O. HATKS. Piesldent.
FRANCJ3 AMORY. Secretary.
sninii loiinuntion wnll nnd tnc Pr"l0,i; ","'';
hereof, he land cnnvcyml l.y e.vt.l .l'-r-il of
trust being same convev cd lV r,olloT?,,n5
derds. rccor.le.i i .ni.i recorders olllce.
UNION DEPOT TIME, GflRD
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Florid i Past Mall 10:30 nm
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Accommodation -3 Oil am S 30 pm
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Depot-, Si cond and Wyandotto and Sec
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KAN'S S CITY K- INDDPHNDnNCD H P.
ID TPVN-SIT RAILWAY COMPANY
Dei ot-Fifteenth street station. Twelfth
str.i-t sti-ion Nlmh street station.
The Depot Carriage and Baggage
hei.ulli mill ltrniduity.
Par a C.irrlaKO or R.-iKsr.-iuo Wasott.
IMIOVIPI' AMI ItKI.I.VIlI.C.
o i:Tit. 1 11 Mtc.r.s roi: nkhi p woitit
TltrSTHD'S SALK Whereas. NtehoMs
T. Haton und Mnmlo llaton, his v 'e by
their certain di 1 If iru-t. dniod February
;."i1s!l. ard recirded In the otll of ihe re
corder of 'Kid. for Jackson l-,'ihi r3
of Missouri, at K nsas C.ty. on P hrnnry
2'ith. Uvi In book H 3P3. at piK'(. !7 on
veyeti to the un b'rsl-ned, Dav'l H Hu n.
the following describe 1 real estate s"u
nte hi the county of JucKson. state of Mis
souri, to-wlt: Lot numbered one hundred
nnd sevent' -n (117) nnd lot numbered ono
hundred un' eighteen (IIS), In Unas &
S-nrrltt's addition to the Cltv of Knnsae
(now Kansas City) which t.V 1 deed of
trust was made to sccnrii Iho payment of
the bonds ot notes In snld deed of trust
described, together with the Interest h-re-on;
an 1 whirens default has been inn lo In
the payment nf somo of the sild I . or
notes nnd the Interest thereon so Hint nl!
tho Indebtedness secured hv t e sill dee
nf lru;-t (excepting that pirt th r of h' h
has been pild) I- lone pist du and iin
pild: now. therefore at the riouest nf iim
owners nnd holders of iM due nnd unpiMt
bonds or notes and Interest notice is here
by given thnt T. the undersigned the snld
Divld H Fttlen. In pur-unn e of tho
powers vested In me by ild d"l nf irot
vvlll, oil Silurday. tho 9th dnv of Mnr-h
1x0V, lietween 1)10 hours of nine o'clock tn
the forenoon and five o'clock In Ihe nfter
noon. nroceed tn sell the property herelnbe.
fore and In snld deed nf trust drseiihi 1 at
public vendue In the highest bidder, far
cash a.t the south front door nt the court
bouse Incited between Missoini avenue
Oik Locust nnd Fifth sre-tj (n Knn n
City ,n the county nf Jirltson. slate of
-vilouii lielnB the front door of the bulll
Ing In Ihe city nf Kansns (now Kansis
Cltv Missouri! In whleh the cr-.ult court
nf aid Jickson -ountv Is held tn pay raid
unpaid bonds or notes nnd Interest ami
Ihe costs and evnensss of .ve--iiiinir this
triil DAVtn ir ptttpv Trustee
Di'ted U-ansis Clly. Mn . Tib. 13, 1S03.
THI'STEirS SAI.n-.Hy reason of default
In tha payment of the prlnclp.il and Inter
et of n bond, descrlbnd In 0, deed of Irust
m'' ,,y lr?n,imJ' i-1?0"8' elnBla- 'nte.t
Pebrunrv "Oth. lssi, filed for record Feb.
niary th. Uf. "nd lecorded in book sio.
at page I-O, In Ihe offlce of the recorder
of deeds tor Jackson county, Missouri, nt
Knnias City. I will, pursuant to said dsed
of trust, at the request of ihe legal holder
of sid bond, between the hours of 9
a'clo-lc a ni and 6 o'clock p. m on Sat
iilday. Mirch 9th, 150.1, nt the west front
door of the I'nlted States nutom Imuso
and postotllce building in Kansas Cpy.
Jo, ksnn county, Mn , sell lots twenty-nine
(2i), thirty . thirty-one (3D. thlity-ln.i
(8J). thlrlv-three (311. thlrty.four (ID.'thlr,
ty-iHo '35) and tlilrty-slx (W). In blj le
seven (7- of the subdivision called "Marl
borough," lu Jackson county. Missouri, at
publlo vendue, to the tilenest bidder, for
cash, to t-atlsfy said bond, with interest and
colt of executing Ihls trust.
GAnniNKii i.ATHrtop, Trustee,
NOTIcnThi) unnual meeting ef the
stuckholdtrs of Jtideiiour-HaUr Cirooijry
Cj. will b htld ui their olllco in Koasaa
City, Mq. on ibe first Monday in xiarch.
16j. 10 select a bpaid ot dtiectors fur th.
ensuing yi,Vr and to irainaot any other b-s-
tncjs that may come before i.al
II W. HAKER. F.-e-'t
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