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TlIK KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, XV 111 AY. NA !T, 1h$o.
LATE PLANTING OF CORN.
KM'KRIttM'l: OK Till: INDIANA ti.V
"riling Mraithrrrv li tnt-liilr.Tlng Tilth
t'ntmlnc-.'Ilin Ideal Putin Trim
I o Prom Wrrtl.-ltoiic
National Stockman- Thr party planted
corn ha been erloulv damaged l.v the
leceiit frnt nn.l It lm. J..en pincilrully
t. i!ro'v' ,n. 0'"" lo'iilltli or Southern
Indiana by the cutworm.
. J.hl? 'P0.-. '" .Pw uninunlly prevalent
mid destructive throughout the Mute. The
recent cold weather Inn worked further
harm to the young corn l.y retarding lt
growth and thin placing n more fully nt
thi; tneii-y ot tin. nll-devourlng enemy.
I hero will ho mm h Idle planting of rorn.
hr nil who fear the ravagei ot the cutworm
-ir have already nurrtt-pil thcrerrotn will
vnlc. o Plant n late n tiolliU. o a to
iivphl the "eating tURp,v of thU lunp-t.
TNhPt-p tills Pct U nt nil nliumtatit It will
nanny he safe to ulnnl rnrn iprhill
iipon .od st mind-much earlier than thp
lit ot .Iuiip. The itu.iitiint iiucMInn, there
fore, lit lhoc who ileem li neccary to
plant so late, I. What lire Hip rhanpp of
muurlng the crop? While It I not po
clble to prcillct the character of thp seii
foti, which ImM a controlling Inlltience on
the rale of ilevploptnpiit of the crop, the
Jiidtntm experiment station ha some ilala
of Interest In Dili tounectlon. Uxpetl
tnent with enrlv mid lale planting of corn
liave been conducted uti the stailon farm
for several .vemi to determine tho ofTcct of
date of iilantlnir on the )ield of com aiul
".'!.. '.'."'. Hn,f' fp'liilrml lo niatuic the prop.
AU'ltAJ n YII2I.D Kltll.M UAHLY AND
mm 'VV ' '''"'VT1N(1 Ol' COHN.
lien Planted. Hti-heli per Aere.
Slay 1 , it o
May S tn ll I,! I
May IT to li! !.;!!".! J
May 21 to :.' r,7n
May ;s to Si) , si 7
Thp earliest planting ll most nml the
latent about oiip.folirth les. Thee remits
have been m-cuted on ground pcrtillarlv
fithjeet lo drouth, which accounts foi th'e
low- nvrriigo yields of both early ami late
DAYS HUQCIUHD TO MATCH!' UAItl.Y
AND LATH PLANTUD CD I IN.
"Alien I'lanlcil. Av. No. Dnv.
May I to G , 123
May II to 11 131
May 21 lo M HI
.lime :i to 5 HI
June 11 to li 101
The figures nhove give the nverogc of
tin cc war, with moilltim e.ulv corn, ami
hip. therefore. approlmatpl .-orreet for
this latitude. It appear thai anting thlr
ty or forty days later shoi-.ens the time
leipilicil to mat uri corn respectively two
nr three week.
With the above fuels before us nml im
tier existing romlltlnn. It woulil seem wle
to ilelav the planting, If npitnrv, till
about the llrst of June, bv which time the
cutwoimi will hne about llnlshpil their
bann.net on "spring ureens "
If the earlier varieties of corn, Krown In
the north thlril of the state, arc pl.inli-i!
the llrt week In June, they will mature,
under aeiai;e condltloiw. In nlnelv to 100
days, with the clinncfs ileclileillv In favor
of a fair yield of sound corn.
failure of the I'lclil I'm.
rield and I'arm: It U Kratlfylns to note
that the Held pea Is makliiK considerable
progress In the West and that as a crop
1t I conldcicil of so much Importance
that It ma be said to be permanently es-talill-lipil
heie. The Sail I, ills valley farm
ers are s.HWIleil that the Held pei Is one
or their best crops. In producing Meld
lieas the Kioiind should be well plowed and
thoroughly pulverized. 'The work Is to
be done as early a polhIe In the spring,
for while peas will grow if planted at any
Hine during the sptlng or summer, late
planting Is nlmot sure to be followed bv
a light crop. On .stubble land the seed Is
sometimes soimi before the I. mil I broken
and burled with the plow, but this nece.s
xltntPH too shallow plowing or else gives
the peas too deep a covering to enable them
to produce the best possible harvest.
It Is Important that the seed be well
covered. The- ufp of a good wheat drill
Is ilesiiable, hut piobably the l.ugor num
ber of growers scatter the seed broadcast.
Kiom two to three bushels to the acre of
seed will be 11 quired. There are manv va
rieties, but for growing for feeding to
stock the Canada white Held pea Is a good
as iiny of the older sorts. Possibly upon
further testing some of the moie recent in
tiodiictlons will piove .superior. The pea
lnc Is a gieat ill Inker and will take as
much water as may be given It. When the
larger part of the pods have turned yellow
the peas are to be harvested. The vines
are often cut with a scythe, but under
favorable conditions .1 mowing machine
may be used. Some growers have their
leaping machines lilted Willi an attach
ment ror cutting peas. After being well
dried in the Held the crop tan lie threshed
ai once, stacked or stored If the vines are
slioit. thie-dilng .',111 be done with an 01
dln.iry thresher, but very long ines are
apt to wind aioiind Hie cylinder and cause
a good deal of trouble.
want of suitable machlnerv for har-x-esllng
and thicslilng is one of the great
est drawbacks 10 the cultivation of the
lien clop When peas are sown for forage
the ptpparatlou of the land Is the ame as
when the. ale sown Tor grain, but It Is
much better to fon them Willi oats. Aboui
two busliels of peas and one bushel of
oats to the acre make a good seeding anil
they nnv be put In as late as the loth of
June. The pi as should be llghtlv cov
ciPd wilh a plow, after whb h the oatb arc
to be sown and eoveied wilh a light har
row. When grown as a fertiliser, peas are
sown broadcast on land that has been well
plowed. Seeding hliould be at the lale of
1 luce bushels 10 1 he acie. and the peas
should be well covered. While the plant,
like alfalfa, gather- nitrogen from the air,
and li Us decay inlds humus to the laud,
Its roots feed main!) near the surface.
((Ming Mrawberry I'l.iutn.
Willi their pi Ice list Qeoigo .1. Kellogg
k Sons. Janesnlllu, Wis., send the lollow
liiji lonceinlng plaining stt.iwbeiilps:
bluing planting 01 stniw bellies s best,
one plant .et in spilug Is wonh a. dun-n
el later. KuiuiciH .should plant rows
twenty lods long, one iow peiiccis. one
low plstlllates, keep n lecord of the kinds,
anil you can glow )oui own plants, set
two lows iveiy spilug. take cam of them
the tlist season, uon't go lo an old mUcd
lad lor plants, you may gel all plstlllalcs,
bed white wilh bloom ami 1111 null.
With any and alt of lliesu kinds, setting
two rows perlectH, two or foul iowm plslll
l.Uc, side by side, on good laud that lias
been lined the. two Jells pieiious, planted
111 Aplll, propel ly caieil lot ml Septcm
biT, mulched in November with marsh
ha) Just so ou can't sen the plants, half
thu mulch inked between tho lows in
May, they should xleht am bushelH per
ucip, often more.
In tho selection of stiawbcriy giound
mold meadow sod, on account of the whlto
Kiilb potato giound is Urn best, 1 loll
enough to pioducc 1m) hUHlicit of cum per
ucie plow deeply, maniiro on top with will
lotted manure and drag It thoinuglily.
Plants .."loiild Im set so the 11 own will bo
even with thu surface of tho ground havu
tilt' roots cut back lo lour 01 live Inches
spiead them out In thu hole, iiiuko llui
giound linn about them. Set two lows
peifcctH uud two lows plstillatcs, or iniu
each, sldo by side, or set ono plant peitcut
and one plant pistillate iilieiuating in
each iow If only one iow they must al
ternate all plstillatcs would pioduco 110
f I nit. but plopcily iiiUed they pioducc
double the Hull nl ptulcct kinds, lion and
cultivate evciy week If you want the best
lesulls. Pick 11 1 1" all hlussoiu Menis us
they aipear Iho Hist season of planting,
1 'ei.ee out the chickens and pigs. Cover
the llllllleis ut the Joint with ii little earth
nml train the rows, two Icet wide of jiuu
tid plains, four Inches ap.ul.
Tin giouiul should be icmly befoie plants
aie icccivcd, Dpi 11 Iho bundles, dip them
In water, heel In or set Imiiiidlalely
without CNpoauio to thu sun or wind, If
the giound is dry Invert a spado ol earth
while each plant Is set. In Held planting
use a homo uiaiker, for gulden use it Hue,
li cud it down, then lempvu mid avoid
cioukcd rows uud the line Is out of thu
While these notes are practically for
amateurs, thtru aie many good points, w
have Iciiined Hum ten )ears' cxp-ilencc,
mid they may b prolltub u to otheis;
one man does not know It nil; theie Is no
one KHiu 01 mpniiyiu i"ii m "" "?.
allele: no vailety does us well us the WIN
on did thlity-llve )tais ugo; kinds will
lun out; liy Mime or the new and hold
..., i.., tii:ii do will on oui soil: uecr
take plants hem 11 bearing bed, always
kt-ep a new bed for plains. In jdu ntlug
don't kecii out Cicscenl. Knhuiice, Kcllnse.
liUlldy, DlCenvilir, naicimii.,, i.ru.iyI.
Snlcndld. Saiindeis. Van Deniau. Wurfeld,
WooUeitoii and many ot (lie new uilu
tls of woiulel nil pio.nlse; sillily the llsl
Don't plant and then 1'cghft. tlott't let the
'hickeiis or stock spoil the gulden, don't
neglect lo pill down Iho Hisl luuilcis. they
1 uike the besl plants uud escape Iho
drouth, don't stop till ou grow Hie hiibh
"hi of sti aw bellies to tho square tod In
JI11I1I1 for Voung inn.
National Stoikmaiii In nuuy parts of
the county the tprins rains Iue hren
timely and tlu youns lree set out either
last fall or with lu the past four or llc
weeks nave started off well This may
eontlnue, hut It wy ngt. ilost sedsons ,
lhre romp n hot, lry ppll Iiv midsum
mer, nnil th luuim 1001s Imvins yt
hut .in imissrfpi hniii on the Mil, fall lo
brlnts up enough moMnrp foi th left.
and lhftree surfer and not Intrtiiuenllt
die. To provldp agalnft tht ilanger,
mulching I rortl 10.
Mulching ronlt In ptflrlpi: dW rtlaw,
or any similar noi-hntliiK inntprral nrtmnd
each tree. It should bo PlRht to twelve
Inches In dppth ana should inver Ihr ur
face for two or thrrp feet on nirh f)ir of
the Ireft. making Hip ili.uupir ubant live
foet belter If It b lx. This iniihh pre
vents evaporation from the covcrPi) nr
facp, and the lnoltur lieln rptalned the
trep dor., nol suffer when ihc dry wtther
True, mulch will not bo liKled It thrre
conilnii to be plpniy nf rain; hut In uch
cae 11, xv J 1 1 do no harm, while It the, tain
fall slum the llfp of the trf will he
A word of caution I tiecesemry her.
Some htvp taken itntt stnltle manuiP
fur the ptirpop. Thl will IipM and Injure
Hip trre, especially if piled up foot or
more Hi height against the trunk, a we
aw not long ago. .Maliurc, howter, would
he good If ctftclly dccrted. Hot otht
In the fall the mulching will nerd atten
tion. If there atp an) Held inl.v on hand
they will atmmt cprt.ilnl) nml winter pro
tection In Hip straw, and will girdle and
kill tho trep. To head thpin olf. make n
mall mound of unmixed uirth around each
ttcp. after pinning back the mulch for
eight or leu inches on nu ll side of the
tree Thl mound of carih Is the ume as
1 applied In full planting, ami like the
latter H to he scattered In spring.
Ilnlrjtng Mlli I'lirmliig.
n. I. Smith, lu WIeoiisln Agriculturist!
The question of raising farm ciops on a
daily farm has often occurred lo dairy
men and while sum believe In Dm dUersl
Oltig dnlijlng oihirs maintain that only
such crotn should be raised as 111 e neces
sary ror conducting the dairy properly
That I, grass and grain ror feeding tin"
animals should be the only crops raised,
With the possible addition of a metallic
gaidcn for home ue. It Is a sad mistake
that oine few ni.ik,; who become so de
voted to butter and chee making that
they neglect to attend piupeily In raising
grass ami grains for ineir annuals nivi
every winter Ihey find themclvp com
pelled to buy food or half starve their
dally cattle. This I an offense against
good dalrving that cannot be forgiven. In
Central New York there are somen of
farmers who pay thousands ot dollars an
nually for grain as stock reed and In addi
tion to this they have to purchase potatoes,
winter cabbage, beans, and numcious. other
vegetables for theli own dally ue.
We might go tut titer and ay that a
dairyman make. a great mistake who does
not talse nil the Trait and vegetables that
ills family need, and that when he Is forced
to put his hands into his pocket to buy
them, it .should be a icminder of sonio mis
management or miscalculation.
Hut when we come to the question of
raising crops for market other than those
directly connected with the dairy there
will be many to disagree. Nevertheless,
11 little diversified farming with one "p'cl.il
branch as the leading Interest has been
found to answer heller In this country, and
that the farmer who puts his eggs In sever
al baskets Is surer of piotltable returns.
Without doubt this same applies to dalr)
men. mil) the kind or crops to raise must
be different. The low pilfes for dairy
product this season must make many .1
dairyman wish that he had some other
farm crops to market In order to bring In
a little teady cash.
Now one of the best fnim crops to be
raised tor the market on the dairy r.irm Is
a good crop or pigs. There Is money In
raising pig for market nearly ever) year
and with the amount of material from the
daliv one could support one pig for every
cow. The work ot keeping these animals
1 comparatively small. They more than
pay ror themselves and bring In solid cash
at a time or the je.ir when money is
needed. In addition to this the) supply
rhe household with fresh and salted meat
for a good part or the year.
On every dairy farm theic should be an
apple or other fruit orchard. Apples fed
properly contain considerable nutriment,
and the quantities that tall on tho ground
would give the cows quite 11 change trom
their ordinary rood. A ralr amount or pas
ture trass could be laNed In the orchard
so that this and the poor apples would pay
Tor the rent ot the hind. The harvest or
apples would be almost clear prollt.
Kin. illy, a good poultiy yard should be
connected with the dairy r.irm. and the
orchard should be the range tor Uie chick
ens. One could lalse enough eggs ror
home use and sell enough to buy the feed
for the birds. The chickens sold would
add .1 rew 1I0ll.1t 1 to the Income ever)
year. These three blanches of farming
go naturally with dalr)lng and they will
lulng !n lead) cash. They have saved
inanv a dally man from .1 tight pinch and
given him a peaceful mind through the
long winter season.
iiie Ideal Turin Team.
While I believe the farmer with eighty
acres of land and upward should usually
keep more than two horses he should never
keep more than he can use to advantage,
as the worst thing an) one can do Is to
reed horses Tor which he has no use. Hut
when tho rainier only n-eds two hoises.
what kind should the) be? Tills depends
u great deal upon the soil ot his lurm.
sa).s Chat led Melntire lu National Slock
luiin. If his soli Is loose uuil easy to
iaim a pair of horse weighing fiom 1.1ml
lo 1,'JOO Is the kind he should keep, while
on the other hand ir his soli Is not easy
to farm and leqnlre ,1 big, stlohg. steady
learn to do his plowing tills Is the kind
he should have.
While my experience has been wilh loo.-e
While oak soil. 1 have used and seen Used
learns of all kinds, and what I will sa)
In rcgaid to the Inrin team will be my
own experience. We once bred a half
blood Civile mare to a leglsleied llnlgllsh
Shire stallion, getting a large colt with
11101 e hair on his legs than he should have
had on his body He was a fair mover
for 11 hoi so of his size, bill to drive or
ride him any distance was almost an Im
possibility. While I am not going to xvnr
against the draft hoisc, and know It pays
10 raise him for thu maikel, I must say
that If a innn weie to olfer me a pair or
Shlie or Clyde geldings as t picseut to
use on the r.uiu two or three e.irs 1 would
not take thein. I have also used a pilr
or horses or unknown breeding that would
weigh 1.I0O to le"1"! pounds. Tlieso hoises
did vcr well wiille on the Mini, but were
not lit to take on the load on account or
being poor moveis.
I'ntll this last spilug I have railed to see
what I called 11 perfi ct team on our soil.
This team was a pair of hotting In ml
geldings weighing about 1 150 to 1,2V). This
team when used lor all puiposes was far
In advance or any ever used on our rami.
Willie used to the plow Ihey wete steady
and walked at a steady gall. While being
driven they were more or .1 pleasiue than
a burden, 'tills team, however, was pet
fectly broken, as an) faim leant should be.
Many object to trotllng.lited farm teams
011 account of possessing too much life
but. if pel fectly bioken, where the soli
Is loose and e.ts) to fnim I have )t in
seo ,1 team that would equal theip As 10
size those geldings were sulllclently large
for all pin poses. While 1 believe the t.irni
team Is liable to he too small, I nlso be
lieve It Is liable 10 be too large. I am
not going 10 advise farmeis as to what
kind nf a rami team they should keep, but
want to call their intention lo Hie great
Importance of having ,1 good one. It cer
tainly seem foolish that men living in
these days of great advantages should not
have a team that would do them good
and one thai when offered for tale would
cell at a prollt.
A ('aue of 1.n Among (iilckciH,
H. ll, User In Western Itiiral- Our oh-
scrvallon has been that during the months
of Muy mid June more young chickens
nerlsli from rain sloiius. sudden bursts of
wind and heavy downpour of water, wet
coops .'lint lack or pinieciiuu generally man
fioiu any or all other causes combined
This applies more or less to country and
town, but inoie especially to the uiunti),
wiieio the chickens me poorly provided
Willi coopa mid shelleis and places lo
which they can escane fiom the rains.
The old wedte-shaped or cone-shaped
slat coop thill one so often sees In the
country Is an ubomluuiloii and serves only
lo conllno the lien, and s no protection
whatever, not even from the sun in the
heat of the day, Such worthless coops
mo entirely too common, and whin 11 stoiiu
Is nppioachlng thu hen and her chickens
.110 conilned lu her proteetlonless coop.und
an old sack or . piece of carpet Is thiown
over the lop, to boak uud diip and wet, the
brood Inside, Then, if thu wind Is klgli,
Iho sack Is often blown orf, several of (lit
chickens are diuwucd, I lie lejuainder .lie
wet mid chilled, take il)?cnlerv. width
Is usually lausid b) dampness, inopu
iirouml a few da)S uud die.
The Vcr Hist essential to success in
lalslng ihlckcps is a water pioof ioop.
This Is the one I hint; needful The rltlii.
ens must be protected fiom the lulu am,
dampness. Let Ihe coup have u good
wuter pi oof top: make It a place of secur
ity for tho chickens when ll i.ilns. olliei
wlse it Is unwoithy of the name of coop.
Put a bottom In ll. und elevate It ut least
two inches fiom Ihe ground. Why? So
as to Insure dryness beneath the chickens
as well as above them Keep them dr)
Don't plai e lliein when the lain can beat
on them or the hen or the water run In
about them from beneath the sides of th(
coop. .Make all hlsli and dry.
Pleiit) 9f good coops and places of shel
ter la time, til storm means uleaty of
thrlftv )fiiing ih'rkei 3 utter the eoflp
iiIkiiiI nn.l prn Id. -,' 'tn, In varloii
p'fties whin !- Inn a llml shelter
with hr br,M in ih t' .)f ioim
Don't Hiii t.i In k in in tli chl- In n
pprlsh uric thi ne htbhcl and well
started In Pff
1 1 r llll) 11 r Cuss.
I'oiillrv Kei pn The ferldllv .if epg doe
not driwn.t upon keepln u male wilh thp
hiii all thr t trip In Met. II
rms rw en inMere(i by sums Unit
tre best results t obtained when the
mult- I per inltted with trie hen Mr onlv
an hour or two during the dav, removing
him Piitlrelv when tm lime ha expired.
A single union will rprllltse . Inrae mini
her or cub. Thlr hn hem d'Miiunstruted
In experiment. lntnm have been n
enrded in which imjm hutched nrter the
male hud 1mpii dead far I wo month, and
no mile cloter thin a mile We have
hntchisl 1 hick from egg laid b hen
that hud not hern with a mall f a month.
Of toiirn, somethlnn depend upon the
condition of the hen, and the stnue of
prnirres nf the cnthr i e , but of the
1 xmt requltetnetit 10 Insure fertility their
Is vet much to lenrn It I well Known,
however, thai more than one egg I rer
tlllxed If the hen I In In) Inn condition;
and the necessity for ke, ping a large num
ber of iic!pss and unproductive males
does not exist. Stronger nml more vUot
on chick are obtained when the male
I not permitted to remain wilh the hens
all the time.
l.o 1'roui Minl
The dltPct loss In eiop. Hip dumngp to
inachlner) and stock, and Hip decre.te In
Ihe value of land, due lo needs In lid eouti
Ir.v, amount tn JUUni.On) a year, accord
ing lo tin- estimate of Hotanlt ! . 1
ville, or the Culled States agricultural de-pnrtnn-tii
The statement Is mad.' In a
bulletin ol the department which a.v the
los I sustained nlmot wholl) In the
Mrmei. The bulletin embodle 11 number
or Important directions tor wnd cradled
Hon, and urge that lliesc methods be In
corpoiiitol in our svstpm or practical fann
ing. During the last )eur lite otdlnuv
r.irm crops were checked In their glow tit
by the extreme drouth, and with the iinii
iihI antiiont of weed, the olllel.ll Investi
gations were enlarged. The lepntt urge
all land owners lo be on the watch for
new plants mid learn their character, if
po.tslble. befoip thev become established
and asert themselves a aggiesslve weeds
on Turin. This I practically the only
possible method of complete e.xterniltialloii
unless public sentiment I aroused to .1
more vigorous and universal destruction of
wted. All) spcli s, according to Ihe bul
letin, can be subdued and controlled with
in the limits of an ordinary rurin. llrokeii
laud should not be permitted to lem.iln Idle,
and mowing or cutting olT the .main steins
id weed Is deprecated as millllplv lug the
slocks, but culling the roots below Un
crown usual!) kills them.
Hone spiv In.
The experiment station of Mississippi
ufler .1 seiles of expel imeiits with bone
spavin In hoises publishes the results of
the 'nvestlgatlons In u recent bulletin.
The following Is a summary of the report:
The hock Joint Is probably more liable
lo disease than an) other pirt of the hind
leg nml one of the most common diseases
of this Joint is bone spavin. It Is usually
located at the lower part of the Inner side
or the Joint, hut may involve any part of
Ill nature It is almost Identical with oth
er bony disease, ringbone and splint.
Causes The confoi inatlon or shape of
ihe hock Joint plays an important pntt 111
Its fieedom rrotn or liability to disease.
As this conformation is due largely to In
heiltaucc, heredity Is an important factor
lu the causation of hone spavin A hock
Joint, the lower pan of which Is small, es
pecially If It be cut out, as It were, lu
froul. Is ceitalnly predisposed to disease,
111 tills faulty hock, as to conformation,
mi) strain or direct Injury Is likely to st
up such an Inll.inim.itlon as will result in
Symptoms When the hone tumor pie
cedes the lameness the diagnosis Is madu
mole easv. Thu enlaigeineiit Is most read
ily seen b) the observe! taking a position
In front and ,1 little to one side of the ani
mal. Ilv stepping from one side 10 tho
other and comparing two Joints, even .1
very small enlargement ma) be detected.
Thu precaution must be taken, however, to
see that the animal stands squarely 011
bolh feet and that they are even with
each other. It Is .1 good pinellee to stand
behind the animal and compare the two
Johns from that dltectlon also.
While the eye will probably detect the
enlargement mote certainly than the sense
of touch, yet both should be used. Of
couise. there might bo bone spavin and
the hoise be lame In some other p.u ts also,
but that is a possibility always 10 be con
sidered in making a diagnosis. If no bone
Is pie-ent the diagnosis of spavin is still
possible If the moie or less characteristic
action or spavin lameness be known. The
peculiar action of spavin lameness is lath
er dlillcult to ilescilbe, but once Hilly lec
oguled is not leadllv mistaken. The best
plan for any person who desires to become
lamlllar with ll Is to watch closely some
animal known to be lame with the disease.
A very peculiar ilse and fall of the cioup
will be noticed, and a veiy distinct "hitch"
In the gait
The lameness is apt to be Intel uiltteut;
tli.it Is, at first It will onl) appear at irreg
ul.ir Intervals, or only when ihe iiuitii.il is
Hist stni K tl tin after standing for some
time. A few boms after a long dilve 01
haul work the lameness will be much mole
severe. The horse Is said to "drive out"
of spavin lameness: thai Is. while quite
lame when Hist started. If driven a dis
tance the lameness dlsnppt.irs. Pressiiie
on the enlargement mav in some cases
cause manifestation of pain, inn this Is bv
no means common. Inrieased huu lu the
part would be evidence ol the location of
Tieatment A rest for three months, nml
the neatmciit piesctibed for ilngbone will
probably gel Ihe best results. The blister
will not be found us eltectlve as the ililng
and hence the latter Is prefeired for ling
bouc. .Miscellaneous Notes,
It Is not good economy to work tj
horses too haul. If they look Jaded a halt
should be called
Some day it will be discovered that cer
tain kinds of horses aie si nice, but lhal
seveiai yeais will elapse betore the demand
can be fully met. itlses come as a thief
in the night No one- is evir expecting
them until ll is too late 10 stock up, but If
ever) body knew Jutt whin the iie is lo
take place lliuiv would be 110 iie.
Ail orchard started with l-)i.u-old trees
will ot till overtake one set mil fnim more
mature growths. Tills Is especl.ill) true or
peach Hi1 II the) have a good equip
ment ol' loots, they will grow, while the
older ones mo recovering nom the eiYoct
of lianspl lilting. Let theiu lie not loo
much held, and attend to the Dimming
In contesting foi a pi'Ua at growing
tllo Ureal Divide potato. Hoover & Moon-,
of Antlers, (larllchl county, Col., pioiluced
I'iT pounds ot tubeis fiom a single pound of
seed, thus M'cilliug Hist plUu east ol the
ltock mountains lu speaking about this
pxpciiment, Hoover ,V Mooie said: "The
yield was obtained from 1)71 hills by the
tiansplautiiiK ptocess. The luber-i aie or
snowy whiteness und uro vei) icgular lu
outline. The three largest weighed eight
"Around the Woild on a llurvestoi" Is
the novel and staitllng title of a catalogue
issued b) the Dueling Haivedlcr Company.
Not only Is lite title calculated to arrest
one's aiteullou, but the Utile- book Itself is
of interest to any fanner It is printed lu
man) colots, elahoiately illustiuted and
tells all ono wants to know about the
Dec ting machiuis pievloiis to owning out.
It also gives Information about Ihu meth
ods of gimvlug ciops In Hi lj vailous conn
Hies uf thu eat 111.
Consumers of clewinjtokcowb
are willing to pajj alitlle more fa
lie price charged for tie ordinary
trade tobaccos- will find te
brand superior to all others
BEWARE Or IMITATIONS.
. ft sw li r'
NEW PASSENGEH SERVICE.
I rem KaiiM Itv Mi the Itiitlliigton
1 HKN 111! Sl'KClAl' Jmvps Kana
City daliv 10 50 n m . olld train, arrive
Denver. 1 30 a. lu
Mtitl.tNUTO.V N'BW I.iNK VIA Ittf.
LINUS.' lor I'HR-l Hound and Pacific Coast
trom Katun 1 lty, leave at 10:50 a. tn
Thi line slve p.tlron mi opportunity to
vllt Hot opting, South Dakota, Hlick
Hill and Ypllowfone Park, and It I the
short line between Kana City and Helen 1
bv 1K inlles. IttlttP 3IS mlP8, SpokailP 1.1
mile. Seattle IM miles and Tacom.i lit
Thi I the mot tn.irvplou ppiiIc roul
and pprhap the most Interesting ncross
Itound irln llckst to all Pacifies coast
points via till line.
Kor full Information nddre II C Orr,
llurllngton Uoute. K.tnwa Cltv, Mo.
dm: r.vm: ru invi iammkia and
for the llpwortli tingup, in thp Memphis
(In .tune 31. 11 nml 2ii, IW. the Kan
ia Cltv, Coil Scott & Memphis It. It Co.
will sell round trip ticket to Cliallauonga
mid return, at one fate from Kansas City
and all stations on Us Hue, account i;p
worth Lengne meeting. Ticket good :W
d.i)s for return I ll, I.OCKWnoD,
U P. A: T. A. Memphis Uoute.
vvanii:i-mai.i: 111:1. p.
WANTIID-Orsanlzers nml intent for 11
I1p11pllcl.1l and fiaternal order; benellt ccr
tlllcates from J.'"0 to CM'. sickness and
accld-nt pollcb-. 'I. $12 and Jit per year pays
?C. i2 und IIS per week. Address or In
quire. II. M. HUM. lilt, Sup. See'y.
!U2 Temple block.
JOHN A Willi, II, Supreme Pres.
WANTKD Salesman, saluy from slnit;
permanent plan' llrmvn Hros Co.. N'ur
ei v men. Chl, iniu. Ml
WANTI'.D -I"- laborer and la teamsters
ror new ell) work, $1.50. J-sbi rgTJO V-
w7N;ri-:D-jTouiig"men. light work, J12
n week !) Wet Mh st room '.',
a it.M.p ili. 1. Iiiv-nf ilolliirs distributed
among Its benetlclailes 1 a tulghlv good
record, and Hie Canton M isonlc Mutual
lleucvolent Society Is proud id Its Iniur-iinc--
ystem. It i-lonil Us IVM business
without a claim unpaid and Willi an In
creased 1 -serve and xmiilu See A Cliad
wlck, general agent, ."li and ,"l Amctlcnn
Hank building. The sonnet the better. He
can save money for you. The Canton Ma
sonic Mutual llenellt Sodet) stand
tor all Unit Is snTp and coitalu
WANTtlD Agents to sell Perfect Itroom
Holders. lllg pay guaranteed. Wilte.
sample, 10c, Novelty Co, Port Nonls.NJ
and furnished rooms, ltl. Kast 12th. cor.
Walnut. Tel, 1179. The besl nlace in K C,
Mo., to llml help or situations, main or
fpmalc: 14 ears' experience. Kef. Omaha
Nat. bank, Omaha; Citizens' bank. K. C.
TO HUNT 1IOUM2.
TO ItHNT Ily George Kinnpf. Kiith ,ti
Peri) bldg. : , . ...
ITOTi Tracy .wc. 7 room rrnmr, 2 story, $10.
3n Dunham ave . 1! room frame, 'HO.
iMj Prospect ave., S room brick, 2 slot),
modern, $".". , , , .
IMj Tixiost ave, S room brick. 2 slot)-,
$30. , ,
1133 Urand avenue, store room, plate
glass front, $33.
Itiiildlng li; Delaware, JBj.
llental Agent Since lo,
2Ut New Ihiglaud llulldiiic
1 SI I Itiondway, :t loom house i ." f)
3111 Morilll Ave., ii loom house ViM
li!n7 llentou Ave., li room blick 1iMi
171.1 IJast 11th St., 0 room liouse II no
t;i IndependeiK- Ave., I loom Mat 10 ii
fill Independeiiii! Ave., I room Mat ... 1J M
1 want house to lent. Will adveitlsi-
them free and gyt good tenants.
TO JUINT Ily Cowherd Hros.. American
Hank Iddg.: ,
lai i: Sth. ! r. modern. 23.f.O.
Lexington and Onl. cor.. 7 room?, $1S.
27."5 Woodland. 7 room, yard. $9.
'CO ltKNT A thoroughly modern home,
at Independeni'e. Mo. Adltess K. II. Med
bury. Independein e. .Mo.
no itKvr iioom-.
TO HUNT Two pleasant furnished
looms at Hie southeast corner of 12th and
olive ts., on the .second tloor. single or
en suite, with or without board. Two or
rour )ouug men could 1 out one or both ut
tin' above rooms very rensonalil) . Kor
further p.irtlculais apply at 23JI Kasi l.'th
io iin.vr .iisri:i,i.AM:otw.
TO HUNT A good store room in Argen
tine; vi ell located and cheap.
C. T. DVSAIIT.
FkIHs Minnesota, Kansas Cltv, Kas.
To HUNT Large hrl, k barn, loom for I
horses and dill lace feed loom and water,
at 1I.M Holmes st. (iUISS .X MuiUtlN.
.''! riheidlev building.
TO HUNT-'-' stoi) brick stoic loom. .",01
and r'ii Main st . possession given Sept 1.
Apply Cofl Delnwnte st. S. T I'LATT
AIU.INU'ION II.V1.I.. X I'.. Cor lOihand
Walnut. Apply 10 C. K hchoellkopf
JIIIMIV 'ID LOAN.
FAHM LOANS Near Kansas City, In
Missouri and Kansas, annual Inti rest pay
able at borrower's home bank; money
ready. Loans also for sale.
JAMUS L. LOMHARD.
iJvei I'lrst National hank.
5 AND 6 PUH CUNT money on business,
residence and farm property; unusually fa
vorable teiuis. Appl) to Homer Iteed or
Theo.Nash, 1006 Ilroadway.op.C'oates House.
LOW INTUltUST Kansas City loans;
Improved propel ly onl). Call or address
JAMUS L. LO.MIIAHD,
Over Kli-st National bank.
MONUV TO LOAN illiect, li, 7 and S per
cent. U I- JOHNSON .t CO..
Tele phone. KSI7. 7J1 N. V. Life Iddg
FOIl SALIi; MISCIJI.LANUOUS.
I'OIt HAI.U Some tlinrouglilued Jeisey
cows. JOHN N SOl'TIIUrtNS.
roil SALU-O.ik iefrlgerator und tide,
bn.ud ciiinblnisl; cull Sunday or Moml.i)
moinlng, 23J'l Agnes aye.
KOIt SALU Part or all of a steam well
lilllllng outfit 30.' iUss bulldlns.
IVi; want a young man In ever) town In
MUsouil, Kansas and Nebraska to handle
our wheels Uet our catalogue and prices
to agents. KANSAS CITY HIOYOLU CO..
1027 and 102J llroadway. Kansas City. Mo.
Wtl'irr tU.UAMNIi - I'PIHII.VrilHINU
"rrnNDUHFenvillTi;. 1011 K.lSth street,
phone 2i. Itelilllng and laying caipets .1
special!); upholsteiing of all kinds; mat.
tresses renovated, liefer to Pogsett D, Q.
Co, and Hobt, Keith 1'urniluru Co,
WHAT bavu you clear to exchange for
eqully lu lot 011 lot li. near Ualtlmoio uvc?
Vlll take outside vacant giound. Sills,
Nnrtiiuii -vi Co.. Keith V Peny Iddg.
hTUAM t'AKI'KT I'l.K.lMMS.
Galloway & Shuukland Steam Carpet
Cleaning and HenovatltisT Works, 15th uud
Agnes. Tel. 2I2S. Our speela lty. altering
and laying. Itefer (by permission) to prin
cipal carpet houses and hotels In the city.
KtlNKW MOHAOi: CUMI'ANV.
HAVU NBW ubJ ' building for fur
nlliire stoiage. Advances made; parking
uud shipping done. JullN A, UA.MUS.
IsbJ Walnut si. Tel 1113. . Munagcr
HOItsLs AMI IKIIIl'tKi.
"TvirmiUE KOH HOHSUS-Three dollars
jar month; sent for und returned. Malt S.
Salisbury. Independence. Mo.
SACKS opened and repaired, bought and
cold Combination locks cleaned and
changed. B. HAIUUGAN, Uxpert.
Telephone l. QJ Eat Tenth st.
roii salu iti:.i. nsTAT-n.
East 9th St. Corner.
1.17'i feci bv 120 n et.-ilihalt l.nveliiPnl.
sloib- .l(lewalK all aiuiinil sewn,
cut lied, etc c-li Thp.e Improv 1 inputs
have cost over half We now nk fit
this lot. Phil prin lMlil nil Ih. I'ost by
prpt-nl iivvmr was SlS.ofi). We will
now sell ll. till taxes paid tip Ui dale, for
Hero is an liivisitiirnt, ami n cltnhci
lo tnak'- big linuii)
KING REALTY GO-,
12 East 9th St.
I'OIt 8 Mil. S loom frainr hoii'p, l.iri.p
lot. east mini, paved sticet, b.ttii, for J,(Ni),
i:.i.". ) ni'tils
100m bilck house, eat front, SJ'j reet,
I loom collage. pii.M mint, paved strret,
good lielghboihood iipbi Utli si., for Ji,iJ.
tlnst rrout lot, one block of 12th St., vny
cheap; look this Up
en reet. Mil rtotit, on ludeprmlcitre boule
vard, near ltidepetidettce int., nl n liar
gain, very tine,
I loom collage near 2,1th and Montgall,
for $tW0; on payment. II. S KIND,
loo mid 107 New York Life building
10 rt . W.vomlng, near l.'th. 4l,noo
2'- ft , Oelle(o st., neiir t.Mh. Sl.onO
2"i rt. Cenlial live, Wi'st biltnm nml
good business bouse, tented. .-.TOO
,Vil ft . Main si . SliVioo.
2"i ri . 2-stury Inick biislii"s luuie, Urand
live . yi.ii.
r.u rt., ivnn st., im n or 'uii, $7.1 per ft,
llaigalns In every pint nf . Itv.
ClU'TCIIUU .1 WI'.l.SH.
TpI 1 3 1.V 711 D.-liiHiue slro-t.
II' Vol' won't line the 1 ust front, bit on
MeOee. hpl vveili llth and IJth. at i-(, ,,t re
usked. ,mi hud ns well ipilt Inn'xhig or a
1 111 1 Ui 1 1 1 Let lis tell von nhii.it it iiiilck
because It won't last l.injt ''r,,. price will
stitprlse von. NOI-SINis ij & t-o
Tel. 27Q-. 203 rfl,i,ev bldg.
Poll SALi: A number t,r ,,,.,, lesldeiucs
i.ingltig In pi Ice fiom no , is.iii.i. can b,.
sold on monthly p.iv,n, m cull uud
us nt 0111- It )on m . bu.siness uud want
a baigaln. MUlS-t ,x MnltltlN.
".71 Sliilill.'V building.
K(lt SALU l")ou ifre looking ror a
complete home s,.,. :;:i Wulron-I ave.. for
J,i.f""- KlUUUIt - Moillti:.
I Oil s-A'.i: -Knst comer on Wiilroml
ave.. strv-ji paved, seweied, el, . C J.
11. 111111 y & Co., 311 Ithigc bldg.
UHUT bargain, s 10, .111 modem brick;
ee us iptlek. (UII ,x- C.impbi II, III, ltldge
Ill'SINUriri iMlANCI'-Wh-ai Is booming
The panic i over, lonlldiiuc hi ivtuined
nud evi'l.vihlng is going up Wheat whbh
sold .11 O.'c last IVbiuar) Is up ne.ill) to
so- and it looks Mire to go 10 l a Im. The
gieit public Is buying ulo.il and It look
like a tun. iw ay m.iiket toi tli.tu. as the
bears liave Iot theii 1, intake mil money,
and have given up tight. ng the advance.
Supplies everywhere are cxhaii-tcd and
foielgiicis bid against home millers for
cash wheat Then- has be, n inrlble dam
age to winter crop by spring drouths. Ii
Hessian lly and chinch bug- and tlnee
nlghls' consecutive Hosts The n,-w clop
will be only about hair what expnted.
Teleginph us your ordeis t ln wheat
and tr.iusfi r b) wlie a 3 10 .V maigln and
vie will act Immediatel) v" Inive . usto
mers who have liegun on less Hi 111 flm nml
made over $l,(ii prollt Send for mil flee
book explaining speculation .11. I nut free
dally market lettei. highest i.frr, lues
Valentine Co . sVi Trailer-' hi 1 . "iiicago
IICSINUSS r'HANCU-Sph-ndli oppnr
tunltles aie now offend b) the maikcts to
easily multipl) small cnpltnl each week by
speculating. Our custnuuis make big mon
ey Some f.'Oo to 3ii " week mi n Urn In
vestment Can we nol do the same for
you'' Small mmgiii reipiiiid (Mir book on
successful spei ulittiou ami Dally .Market
Letter, lull of money piodui lug pointers,
seal flee Speculate tluoiigh experts
Thomas ,X Co . bankers mid brokers. Itial
tn building, Chicago, III
UANTUD-A iriiMiltlng ph)hl.in lo
manage established business at one,
W.utli MVi a nionlli to light p.uli Must
liave a little moiie). Do not misiak, til.
meaning of tills ad : lememler it . osts
nothing to investigate Address "Piofis
sor." Ulenimue hotel.
Cult SALU limst two-ihiiii I ..i ill. i
shop in this tit), tine loiaiitm ''all mi
lutdlat' I) ii. A. Ma) or, Jr.. 71u Wvnndott .
t I.A MtVflYAN I'.
i'l,. , ,,. ji.riun.,, ,,-, mu.i . i .,-, in,
gieatesl cl.iii vo).iut ami loi-ll). --. m, ilium
lu Ihe wot 1.1 If you would In -uitessful
in love, marriage, business, law iilt-,,n..i -illation
ir lirlng Ihe stiangcd lugt Uier,
Minsiilt this wise man. Dr. Munis ha- hi
prlv.ile secielaiy, .Mr. W II. Lugg. with
lilm; also an eminent .ti. .-I. I.in uho will
give fiet nicdii.il t . until. itluns to all who
..ill, whctlur rii li or poor, l.-tt-is i u
i losing a stamp piompllv au-neinl I In.
,,, , , tinning .1
M1IS. L. JAMUS. Ihe Hill known l.iir
o),iut and It. nice medium, may be eon
htlllnl al UVl Uianil live , parlms 39 anil 10
C1UAIIS ,1 tor a quarter -.ye, f, for '.'";
disc tim 3c ligais 3 for In, , I!o).il Havana
Sttigbs.llnesi made, II foi I'k llin W itn-e,
lutiol) agent. C U Huh, mar .Iniu mil hldg
HAVU Vol' a Hue watch out of oidei
i.ik, it to Ahnc), foi inn I) wilh Jai -tartl's,
l.'i'l'j lit. mil ave.; cb tiling 7 and 11
Jewel watches. $1; main apilng, $1
MITICU .Mr. Ch.iiIeH U lllllikci' l no
long, r in out einplo)
WIIITU LINK i'llANSI'IMt AND C.Ml-
IK YOl' want u good steak wilh ihu besl
cuii of Mm ha ami Java . olfee lu thu city
go to M'CLINTiK'K'S, ti.iiJiValmit
JAMUS 11ANNON, Ihe achlt."t, has re
sumed business, with oilK.'s 'iVuiple block
rent s.i u.
OCKH'U Desks, I'olilillg lleds. Itevolvlng
llookcises, Letici Prisscs, uniie chair
(Olllce Desks, Chulr.i and I'ulding lleds re
palied 1 II M. HOWUUS.
71.I Central street
1113 A I. UsTAi'U THANSI'IIHS.
NOHMAN & ItOllUlti'SUN. nroprletor-.
uf abstracts and exauiluuis of land lilies.
No. IU Last Sixth aired, furnish dally the
transfers of real estate t'led in inc. ic-curd-tr's
olllce ut Kansas city, Mo
Notice Ail tiansfeis appearing In our
dally leports contain covenants of general
narimity, unless ollieiwiso stated.
II. U .Mooiny. liusbe. 10 S 11.
I. old ct al, uusicts; part of lots
15 to ID, Idoi k -i. Dundee place 1
Sana- lo miiii I
C A Ainoltl and husli.ind to UI1..1
bub .1 Si.ill. p.11 1 nl lot f, lioust-l
X- Colt'.- addition
William ITynii to W. U. Logan: lot
X, bio, Ic 1. .VIoi 's lirst addition
li p (llmsli-.ld and wife to Alii ha, 1
Flannel j : lots I'M ami 13), Inglesidc
31. K- llruwu and wife in John An
diews; lot r. 0 and 7, bloi !; D,
William Millu and wife tu U. N
.Millet ; lot i), John Harris' add
John Andicws 10 li.iil. llnnvn: pan
of lot 'i all of lot 'A. p.tit nf lots
;7 to so. block hi, IVcry place..
Joseih W. I'luii 1. s and wile 10
Utorge W. Daniels, north liair of
I01 13. blotk ;. Mulkey's uihlition
S It. Uic hauls ami huiiuml to A. I,
Sailois; lot :0. living pail
D. U Noithup aiul wile lu A. 1.
Sidoi.s. lot i'J, living place
U. U. Kuli and wile lo s.imc; (..unc .
Joseph c liiomp-uii unit wife 10
K M UKIi.i). lui at Tweiiliiih
A W AUu tu p S. Daillngton. I...
I, Hoi iilieik v Uliing'k alloluieni
I J Wood um ii. and wile to same.
I01 li and par. of lot II. Chnd
whk's eicoud addition...,, ......
lleiir) Kicui'h and wife to same; lot
iTi. i"hadwiik' second addition .
II W. Darlius ei al to It. K White.
1. v; pail nf lo- , block 7. I,) Kin's
1 Idinoi . . . ,
J II lla-km aiu' wtft 10 A. U, .n t
i.g, '-t lo. tdj.k .'. Hyde park
J Maiduis and w t 10 Isabel Dar
lington, lot i. block 5, Winter
pHk ,, ,
TIICSTCH'K SAI.U-Wherra. June l(
Aliibrson. Iiv ills rrttaln deed of tiu-t
lUted the ttlh dny of Aiiriii. IMS. n. d r r
record In the mil, e or the re-or lei "t
deed foi Jiick.'oll count), MlouD it
Kansnn Clly, on the Kill -lav of Aiui.it.
14W. and recorded In Hip olll p of tuw r
i order of ilppd nl Knnn tit) in book
"II" No. 3C, a pni- f,M. , onve) Pd to 111",
Ollvpr II Dean, the uiijrilmiid trus'-e.
Ihe following ilpserlbed rrnl estate, sit
uite. lying and bring In tin i-unl) "f
Jackson and stsle of M.oun to-wi
A pprtoln tract nr tracts uf land localri
partly In section M. township M N rongi
w W, and p.irtlv in feetlun 31. l-nvti'lni
to N, laiiKe 31 V., Jickon lount). Mis
sotirl. bounded a follows On Ihe north
by the light or wn if Hip Kansas City
mid Independence llapid Trniisil torn
l-any, on the eat by Hip lllg Mine river,
and on (he south and west by the center
llpe uf f loose Neck click, as holi by
plat annexed to said deed of It ust, In
tri.t, howiver, to secure Hip p.i.vmeiil of
uic rprlnln proml.'spl) note In md ilcd
tif Irnst drucrllied, which said promissory
noli- was given a a pml ot the puiiti.tsc
prb-i- of said teal estate, nlul, wheiea.
default has hern mode In the pajtneilt ot
said promlor) note, mid ihe same, with
llilerrst then on fiom tin lilh day of
August, l;m, letnaliis overdue and unpaid,
now, IliPtefote, public Poller Is hetPby
given that , me paid undersigned trinlee.
at the iiquest of Ihe legal holdci and
owner of said piotnlssoi) note, uud l.y
vlrliie of the power nml ntithurlly In me
vested by said deed id trust, will. In lie
CoritilltPn i.lll, 11, a ln,n .,,,! Ikt-flVlslnil of
said deed or t nlul, proceed to sell, nlul
sell. Hip rpnl estate In said deed or trust i
and herplnticforp deserllied. and any and j
every part thereof, at public undue, to
'.ne hlghPSt bidder, for cash, at the man
iioiisi- door lu the city of Kansas .Cltv.
lackson county, MIotlil. said -oiltt liouse
iiusrui: oi'' sai.u wiicte.is. khu- c.
Mooney and Halt) I. .Mourn v, her hus
blud, by Ihelr ! lulu deed of irust dated
the twenty-eighth d.iv .d Si'itetubei, A.
D. INi.', ,-ind n-i-oidi-d mi the tw-lit) -nilllh
d.i) of September. A D u'i.'. In book II
.'il'l. page one bundled and nlml)-lwo (I'.'.'),
lu the olllce or the iimoi I, i ol ici'ds, lu
und ror Jackson count), M!-niiit at K.in-sii-
City, i olive) ed to David II. l'.ttlen.
Irnsiee, the following dcsiilbed leal es
tan. sitimied In the , mint) or Jackson
and stale or Mlss.niil. to-wlt Lot number
two (J), lu block lllllnbel the til. .d .Me
Klnne) heights, an addition lo the city
or Kansas, now Kansas cite, .Missouri,
aicunllug to the lecotdi.l plat tlivwor,
lo sci nu- four pilnclp.il ie.il esiaic lioinls
and i oupolis theii'to attached In said deed
of trust described, and, wheie.is, nld mil
estate bunds lu s.iid ,1,.,.,) of ttut ill
s. ribul, me due and unpaid now. theie
fore, at the reiticl or the legal holder or
said leal i state bonds and rd ald deed
of trust and in acocrdiince with the powir
Invested In me In said deed of tiu-t. I,
the undersigned tiustee. will pioceed to
sell the above desei Ibed teal estate at
public sale to the highest blddei, ror
cash, at tin liont door of Ihe building In
Kansas nu Mivmi. In which the cir
cuit conn of sail .lackson entintv s now
held, being the south front door of the
count) court house In P.ild elt). situated
111 the bloi k botindeil on tin- south bv
Missouri avenue, on the the east h Lot ust
street, on the north bv I'lfth st t and
on the west b) (Ml, street, on Tue-il.iv,
Ihe eightteinh day or .lime, A. D IS!1'- be
tween the bout of nine o'clock lu the Tore
noon and live o i luck in the afternoon
of said dale, and will upplv the pioc-cd
of sol,! sal- to Hie payment ot the , osts
and expenses of s.ild sale and to the p.l)
ment of the Indebtedness secured bv said
deed of trust
Dated Knn-ns Cltv Missouri. .May tvvi-n-tv-rourth.
DAVID II UTTIUN. Trustee.
Perdue & norland. ttomcy
TKl)STi:i:'S SALU -Wheieas. Krlda .Mulf
(a wlilow), by her certain n I of trust.
dated the 9th day of .Mav, lS'Jl, and record
ed on the llth day or May. ISDl, In book II
iB, nt page C30. In the ollice of the recorder
of deeds of Jackson county. Missouri, at
Kansas City. couvc-)ed to me, Oeorge
Kuinpf, the undersigned trustee, the fol
lowing deserllied real estate, situate In the
county of Jackson, In the state ot Mis
souri, to-wlt: Lot numbered live (0) ( cept
lag live (f) feel off north side i hen-in. In
block number thiee l.1i, in ".MeUee Place."
nn addition to the city of Lan-as (now
Kansas Cil)). in the county uf Jackson,
and state of Missouri ,i Ihe same Is
marked and designated on Hie neordid
plat now on Ille in the olll, c of ihe recorder
of deeds of said county, and state, in
tiust, however, to se, lire Ihc payment of a
certain pinmlsory note in sail deed of
trust described, and. whereas, default has
been made in the payment of said pioinls
sory note, now, thcrefoie, at the retiue.-t
of the legal owner and holder ol the said
note, nubile notice Is hcrehv given that I
villi. In accordance with the lei ins and
provisions of said deed ol tiust, and l.y
virtue of Ihe power in me vested theieby,
sell at public vendue to the highest bidder,
ai the west door of the I'nlted States cus
tom house, on the southeast coiner of mh
and Walnut stieets. In Kansas Ot). in the
county of J.i( kson. afor,al'l, the leal es
tate hi'ieliibc-fore and lit saltl deed of tiust
described, for cash, bctwein the hours of
nine o'clock In the forenoon, ami live
o'clock In the afternoon, on Thursday, the
(Hli day of June, I !". for the jjuio.-c of
paying said note and the ,-ot of xciutlug
this trust. UUOltaU I'l'MPr.
Itnliert Adam AltornPV.
" THL'STUUS ALU Whereas. W. II.
Leonard anil Virginia L. Leonaid. his wife,
by their deed of trust, dated June Mth.
ISsS, and recorded on June -, Ihs, in lli
leconier's ottlce of Jai kson county, stale
of Missouri, at Kansas City, in book li,
No. 311. at page '.'7ii, innveved to Phil U
Chappell, as trustee, the following real
estate, .utunted In said touuty. ll.. Lots
I six, seven und eight, and Hie south slxty
I two (i.3l feel of lots one, two, thiee, four
nml live, In block three, of Duwiilng's re
I survey of Longview Place, in the clly uf
! Kansas, now IC.iiis.im City, Jackson county.
Missouri. lo secure th" pay incut ot the
promissory notes. In -HJ died described;
und, whereas, default has been made lu the
payment of said nobs, now, then-tine, I
by vlitue ol the power gin n me by -aid
deed of tiust, ami ill the ri quest of the
legal holder of said notes, will .sell said
real estate at public v emlue to the high
est bidder, fur cash, al thu (uiiut) court
house door, In the City of Kansas, now
Kansas City, In ihe lount) of Jackson
uud state of Missouri, on Slturday, tho
hist day of June. IMC beiwu-n the hours
of 0 a m. and .' o'lloci; p m, of mid day,
to pay s.ud debt and thu cents ot execut
ing this tiust.
PHIL U. CIIAPPULL, Trustee.
April !!th. lsg'..
IN Till: I iiitetl States clii nil unlit In
lll'l fill tile Mi-rll-lll tlllisliMI of tin Wesl
llll ill' tilt t Ol .Minrulll I iic New Villi,
riciuiliy and Trust I'omiiaiiy el ul. i otu-
1 ,1.1111. lilts, VS. Ille l.'llubai'l 1 II V .-1 lllflll
c'liuuiauy tl ai, il ri mlanls. Nutii , of
healings ol plod of 1 iaim ' helm,, the
mastt r. Notlt e is Inn by klvu th.il, pin--Hint
lo tilt llll.il tin In ill .iholc ,-i ll I Itil
taiise of dale, Al.iy xi. x'i5 Hit uuilci
.dgmd master In iliaticeiy. will begin ihe
In tiling ol pioots or claims or peimuis
entitled lo shale III the assci ol thi It.,
.solvent dcl't nil. nils at his olll t. in Kan-.-.is
City, Mlssouil, on Jinn I'tlh, IVj'i at
New Yoil. tit), New York. .11 ihe olllcis
or lloinliliiwi'i, llyiin- .x TidIiii, i. Will
iam .-t it'ti. on June ilili !'." at Hu.-tun,
Masuihiist'lls al the olllct ol It vlpg ood.
In", seats bnlltlius. on Jul) 1st 1ST,, and
.11 Philadelphia Peliits) Ivaiiia. .11 Ihe olll. c
or William .VbUtuig. . ,li llulliit hiilbilim
on July itli, lvi.". on tin- completion of the
Uasteiu lieai Inc..- the In.trlnt, will be n
sumeil al Kalieas I'll). The master i, nines
the ilglit co exteUti or 1 liangi these dan by
.nljolli Illllt'lllS III tilhelWl-i Initt t.oi.s in
luspect to making piuols i.in In old. line 1
011 application iheitfoi 10 tin masti 1
UDU.VHD 11 STILUS. .Mastei.
Kansas lit), M.i) iUi I Is'i.
NOTICU TO STOCK llULDUns-Notlc.
to the slockholdiis of tin; i.rainl Avmu
Hallway Conipaliy Is lit lib) given tli.tt ,t
ineeilug of such stoi Kliolder will bo held
m ihe orllee of aatd coinp.inv.No IJ4K1 ijiand
avenue, in Kansas City, .Missouri, on Sat.
urday. the ilrsl da) of June, A. D. H95. at
9 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of oillig
upon ihe following proposition
1 To Increase Hie capital slock of ald
company from l,;0u,li0, its present amount,
to S5.3OO.O0O. , , ,
2. i'o Increase the bonded Indebtedness
ot said company from '1,-UO.OOO, Its present
amount, to '5.300.000. .......
S. Kor the transaction of such other busi
ness a may be brought before such meel.
Kansss City, Mo., March 2?, 1SSG.
WALTON II HOLMKS. Presldeat
DANIEL B. JIOLMUS. StcreUry.
CIIAS. K TUWT, JOHN II. TuWT,
Prcjidvnt. 1. Presideiil.
U. L. HAP.IUS
MIDLAND TUANSKHIt CO.-Krelght
uud buiittuge traiiefined to and from all
tU puts, l-'uiuiluie inui id atitl packed by
experts '7 and 103 Wyundotte St., Kan
.is lit). Mo Telephone 1517.
THU Kauujs Cit) Metal Hooting . Cor
rufiuting Co., US Dtlawme. Tel. IZtt.
uoor iieing Hie smltll limn uoor oi uic lieirh VV .,V i-J ii i ., .' -
Jackson comity court house, situated on Hie t J ., ,Oi 'i "'' ,' ' ,V J" ".'" "'" '.' l'"
HOttti side or Mlssouil avenue, between ! ' J. -JP- ' ,,",,,,1I ' 'i' ','" ""' "'I"1
Oak mid Ixicust streets. Ill ald Kansas w ill-a I ' ""Vv1-0 ' ? "'" s','anl
;itv. on TiP-sday, the Pith day or June, S'1, ,' ? ' .f; 1 " 10 fin ) . n n
iW,. beiwppn the bouts of nine o'clock in mi'm-c icii '." ' .":",', V. ,l '. ." , ,yS ; " " ',n
Ihe foienoon mid live o'clock In the alter- Ml'll iind xi.VV.L' ,C '- m . ,' ,"""( i.,-,
noon of that da), rot lh- purpose or pi) lug ," ,,",.'. 5'.,.,',1 ;"' ,"" " f ' ,'J
otT sail ptonilror.v uo'e and the Inleiest . New V irk ?,,.f ' Ti" '" 1,1""''"" S"'!"
due theieon. mid ihe costs and expenses I ij,' tt, m 'i, ,o i', '""" '" ,' '."'.'"" ,'. V.H'"
or executing this tmsl ' r.xlngii. iBm ,,'xl"'"," ' S'" 'n ,lu " '.'"
OI.IVI'I! II lil'AN i'riiipp i I' "Slot. ,v SI Louis ex 7 t' pm b iniu
Kntci .'v.,''V, ;. Vim, ilovr",Ce I.'-M''Kton n, Sedalla pa fhKiun 7 lupin
. ' UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
IIMIIA. M. I.IH'I,
HI NU II, .!'. I'ALIi
Choir CntB Froo.
Tl kei i.P.f - f 3Mht
M. mid IjH I nl a. Are
Address II. C Oltlt, A O, P. A., K'jnsa
lntrtiillon"- All tfiln dully nulesj
msrkrd "x ex fp' Hu-i layi "." Run "ly
onl)i "T" ex rp Saliirda) : ").' Plccpt
Monday, 'i, Sshird.iv onl) ffrst o
limn, leave, s ., i i..umn, arrlvt
HANNIBAL i: Si JnlJ ll ll -llui llneton
Ttaln. Leave. Arrlvp.
K C & HrookriPlI it.iix4.cn pm xloMitin
Atlatitlc expir-s .. .. 7 gu urn x.'iim
Chicago fast msll, Hit ... t:M pm t i mn
Pt. IaiuI exptess J.linm SlOam
ll & M. It It, IN NUUIlAHKA-ltuibng.
. .. ton Houte.
Di-nver A- K. C express.
Lincoln, Illlllnif.i it Pint-
rt riotind t f,)nm ;a", pm
u. c. sr. juu & cocncii, iilppim
Omaha ,t St. Paul fast
, mnll .ilO.IOnm 'S.Mpm
Iowa express i if, pm lo 10 am
0.mV,, I'V'" ...i..i.i..,!.ir. ptn '. 30 am
HI Joe A Iowa mall 7-tOnm 'LSSpm
li liver express Il.Wam 7,;5pm
Leaveriworih, Atchison A
?VnJ,0t',h t 530pm 115pm
10 Jo n m "" l-eaveiiwortn exupt t. e
CHICAUU. ntiCK ISLAND .. I'.vUKIC.
r-n , J,""i, Ihist of .MisMiurl lliv r
Clilrago in.ill Mii.iam x7.t4inm
cniP.iBu llui (pd r, .-, mn in.n-iiini
I in Ilia IV. ,1
i1!I''!!!" Colorado .. 10 1.. am
f.oire) ville Wichita .. Jn mn
t, r, pm
7 . i im
11 ' pin
3 to pin
(! 30 um
1 13 pm
I ' "!';.. l0.rl. J? '"'t Wichita liif.am
'! ' -x- lexa ixptess lO-Matn
Jopiiu A: lexas expri's . 7 t pm
, . Trains North
Omaha, Lin .V- N City ex. 0 13 pm
Omaha a: c h ,i ',,x . ; jnim
l. I ,v A. ncrutll. ex . ... f, HI ion
I. c. ,. . . -
.'i .mi ex . . . in iii am
IV I A A St
Iv.l.XHAS CITV .VilllTI'W.-'STCllS' It I
heneca ,x- Heatrlce ex .... ;jiiim r, O pm
AHASI1 HAILIIOAD CCMPANY
S!" I,'01"" ' l-hleago ex . moiiiii 7 in pm
hi. I, A.- N v Llui ex .xlli.t'i itn xi.'i'l pm
?-' li l M- ' Ht- '' " .. 3"-pm 7 00 am
lx. .. ,X Chicago express., t; pm U.'Oam
CIHCAHO ,t ALTON.
t n c.iRo .V. SI Louis ex.... J:i)iiin
Chicago limited t, im tun
0 30 pm
s i: mi
7 l.'i am
?--. .'.'. ,v Cli cniio "X
KANSAS CITY. PDltT
... ,. IMIIS.
Plorliln l,it Mail
llarrlsonvllle ,i Clinton.
Suburban passenger . .
Joplln .v.- New urb-ans .
Texas i pre .. ..
Pnclllc coast limited ..
Denver .X Cii l ex . .
. h.l pm
. 10.30 am
S no pm
10 11 am
10 13 am
7 33 am
xlO 00 am
r, 3 pm
xO ii pm
. 10-110 tun
. 10 li ii m n.33 pm
'j.o, pm 7.33 am
. i 30 am r.,oo pm
7 3i) nm S.'Oam
ATCHISON. TOPUKA &
SVNTA y: ll'Y
Kits! nf Missouri Itlver
Chicago limited s .11 pm S . am
Columbian ixpr-s fiSOpni ltJOpm
Atlanllc txpress f. 30 am S 30 pm
Kort Madl-on local x7 .',') am x6:3')pni
West of Mlssouil Itlver
Texas ixpres - 13.uu t'Jlpm
So Kas passenger 9.10 n-n f, ?i pn
Col. ,vi I'tnh Inn O.ftOam kHiimi
Callfornii Urn 1'30 m 0 oil pm
Mex. .X- Cal ij:pres...
Ihnporla pisi litter
Ok. S. Dodge City ex .
". 00 m.-i
..xl.Ji pm Ml 30 am
. .. 1 en pm 'J in am
... I'.W I'lil 1:33 am
. .. 'J JO pm & 13am
Craud (Ymnl Input, "ml tn V)mlllolte
CH1CAUO (HtUAT WUSTUHN HAILWAY
Chl.. St. Paul .x Minn lO.uoum r, 00 pm
St. .1. De M. ,X Chl 9.0J pm 7 IS am
St. J.. Des M. .v Chl 11.30 pm
KANSAS CITY. OSCUOLA .:- FOl'TUUItN
Clinton ,t Osi eola ex GniOpm 10:2oam
KANSAS CITY. PITTSHCItC. & CCLK
liltsburg. .lop A; Neosho ll mum 3 15pm
Accommodation 9i)im S30pm
Arcommiid.itiiiii .. . . x7 ti pm x.:0i)am
Leave Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sa'ur
dnys Arrive Mondays. Wednesdays and
lillllld Ave. Ilepnl, tftillil stli'ii.
CHIC.VCd. MILWAL'UUU .X ST. PAUL
Chicago i.i engcr x9:0) .1111 15 pm
Chilli, utile cMUiss x3 nu pm 10 13am
KANSAS CITY A; INDUPUNDUNCU Allt
Depots Second and Wyandotte and Sec
ond ami Walnut
KANSAS CITY A. 1NDUPUNDUVCU It l
ID TKANSIT HAILWAY OO.MPW'V
Jiepus Kittiinth street station Twclf'h
Htrcet -tntlun. Ninth -11,, t ,-iatlon
Tho Depot Carriage and Baggage
-I V I X I II VMI llltll VIMl VV
FOR A CARRIAGE OR BAGGAGE WAG0 1
Ptouipl ami Hell ible
mi 1 1 it v ( 11 vm.i - roi: Mdii 1 vvoiik
I.UC.VI. .MITIl l.
'lltl'Sl l.l.'.l n.M.L Win Has, Nl l,d.n
T. Uatull and Mamie l-'.ituli. Ill- w.:.
llltll in lain ibt'l ut Uuil, tilt' I I'- 1 'iar
'J!. IV1I1 and 1 . m .!, .1 in tl..- ulln . ct '!
n. 1". It 1 ut tic, ii- toi Jiu ksui. cuiii.lv. st 1
of .ll--olirl, 111 K.llisa- I'll), in. 1 lu oiry
i, I.--.I III bniik '11' .,-..', al 11' ill
Viyctt to tin limb iMgin ii, D.tid 11 Utli. 1
the lollowln- diMilbt i real .m.i'u - m
111 tlu 'utility ul Jin Usui, slut,' 01 M
num. to-wlt. Lot numbered 01. Inn r '
iil.d s. 1 cm ten (117) ni.d lot iiiiiii'" ' '
liiiiiiliid and i'lchti'iti ills). In llu-- ....
Sciirlti'h adnlllun 10 the City of K
(now Kansas i-it)). vvlihli said !. '
trust was maile 10 secure the p.! in- M f
thi boiids or note la said deeti uf 1
ciiserllied. togi-ihtr wlih tliu Inu-rc-i ih.r
on, und, wliireas. dif.iillt has In en male
lu im- loment of some of tho said 1 1
or nous, uud the Intntat thereon " -'
Hie lii'lcbti diiisi source liy ihi .,t i
ol trust uxicptlng thai pan thcr-. 1 vl
has been paltl) l lung past due .11 11
piiiil, now. Hurt tore, a' thi r'p-cst .f t
owiiei'- mid holm is of salu du- .11.1 ur
paid bonds oi noun .1. .1 '.merest, lu... e
lll'lf I'i giVtll tll.il 1 Ille Ut.llilsllSUt I li"'
s.ild David II. Uuien, in pi.i.-uiiue ut i,
powers vestitl In uic by said detd 01 iru-t
will, on Muiida), llu 27th day uf M.,y Is.'
Iiitween Ihe I. out h ot nine u'no. I. in tliu
loieiioon m.d live o'cloi k in the uf- ri ou.
jili'ind lu sell thu piopirty lie reinh, fui -mid
In sunt dt'ctl of tiust des. rilicd n
public vri.iiu-, to the hlghol blulcr. f .r
.ash. at 111. south front tuui of tin uurc
liouse, lot alt d between .Mlssuuri iivimi
Oik, Loiiist and Klflh simt-i. In Kans.n
C.I), in Ihc emu I) of Jackson, state of
Mhsourl. Iiiiu the Hunt doui of lh- biiilo
li.l in ihe Cli) of K.iiuus (now Iian.i-i
ciij). MUsui.rl in whh'h thi ilrcuit cour'
or Mild .l.u l.on tuuiit) u In id. lo pay n t
unpaid humU or units ami Intercsi. and
tin custs and fsinr.t ol ixecuung this
tnnt. DAVID II K.TTIUN. Trustee,
Hand Kill.f.is Cit). .Mo. Mi) '.'. liCii
T'U'STUU'S BAI.I3 IJ" reason of de
f .1 ul L in Hie luymchi of Ihc piomissoiy
I note uittl the Iniciest theieon, dtsiillied lu
'the deed ol tiusi. dated Iho ilist day uf
I May. Itfo. glvui b) Louisa Drinlcnrd, (a
widuw). liled for It cotil in Ihe otllie of the
lecoiili- ol deeds lot Jackson count), ut
Kansas I'll). Mistourl, on June 10th. I59u.
und there icconleil 111 book II No. 113. ut
page 37, I will between the hours nf nine
u'lloch iu the foiL-nooii and live o'clock I
the aftt'iiicui.. 011 Kridn), tho 31st day o'
Ma), lso, ut thu east dooi of thu circuit
1 unit house in the city of Kansas, now
Kansas lily (same lulng tin ctisi front
door uf the county cum 1 house building,
situated iu tliu block bounded by Oak
Locust uud Klflh stioc-ts and Missuurl ave
nue, uud saltl coin t liouse being tin build
lug in vvldi li the liii'ilit tuiirl nf said
touuty U lit Id nt Kansas Cllyi. lu Jackson
count), Mlssouil ut the iciiuesl of the legal
hoble-i ul said note. sill, at public auction
to the highest hl'ldii, lor uisli. tlu- follow
Ing (Icsi 1 ll.ctl mil piupeit) iu the county of
lucksull uud sluti ut Mlssouil, to-wlt
Lois luiinli. ltd llflecii (15) und sixteen (IC)
of Wilson's subdivision, as the samo ap
pear upon U" plat of said subdivision
filed In the ollice of the recorder of deed
for Jackson county, Mlssouil at Kansas
City 101 the puiposc of atif)ing tha
debt secured by said dee I of trust and (ho
costs of t-xccu'iug lids trust
FRANCIS M Fl'HC, SON. Truste.
Colviu & Colvin, AUorne).
iijiinn ccnar r , ill... .