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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATTKDAY. JULY W, 190.5.
p IRRIGATION EXPERIMENT,
nn ino Tin: i..m atomi itn i iinoton
Snrrriu In f rnll (Imirlni;-rllehokM ni
I red for lt(ii-( le,inllnil In tha
Urn llnur-lompntlng Ma-
tn th 1nt report of lht Wisconsin pt
r i nt situ, ii, rrorrsor V. II. King
' ' a nn experiment , In stib-lrrlirntlon
i op. na n .tnt Held of oRlhllUI4.
i ' "nt s of a force pump, water M
i)i k into a sylem of tile drain,
wutirlre the land upward nnd lnt-
reriolatlon and captllnrlt. On
' s'vtMti farm H a llrld of live nerc
v tii a -.jlem of tllo rtrnlnaitc me.nurlnir
i f t in bneth. Thee tile-" are laid
in j four f t deep In sand, below three
t vt i la subioll Thti drnlnnRe sytcm
t' n innlis nt n small lake. In order to
i ' thn efrr-r! nt kiih.lrrlcrtlnn n rrll
. .the movement of water throtiRh tlin
r ill, it was determined to force wnlerfrom
t 1 ik. lia. V. Into the tiles In the belief
tint, nn lor thli pressure, the water would
t si through the soil so ns to bonellt crops
(.rjwini? on It Accordingly n. six-Inch
oieam pine sixteen feet lonp was placed
nt the like as the outlet of the drain
iii.'1 bm. and to this was connected n
s nail pump i ipahle of rallntf nbout HO
wallons per tmniitc. In four dnja' pump
Iiir, UJ.ovj rtilik fi 1 1 of water were forced
into the t'lis. This would havp covrred
the surfK e with water about tlvc Inches
ele'p. The "water level" In the Boll was
laed all over the Held, nnd In some ones
the surface Itself nan s-iturated. All this
tine t Tops were prow Inn on the Held,
not m asures wore taken to comptrc their
Jit Id with similar crops crown alongside,
whl h were forced to depend on rainfall
or the natural water stored up In thn soil.
Without soltiif Into detail", we may say
that the yield of corn on thn land Into
whi h water was forced through the tiles,
was from ro to Jo per cent greater than
on land where no water was Added. In
the case of potatoes, the Increase In yield
tine to this sub-lrrlg-atlon. was 33 pur cent.
Another point Is brought out by these
from experiments with thick nnd thin
reedlnir of corn on the ncld, lrofesor
Line? concludes that when ample water
Is furnished nnd less wasted, a much
closer stand, both of corn nnd potatoes,
1 possible, nnd, consequently, a larger
i Id. In other words, when wo can 11 1 1
tho soil with water nt will, we can put
our plants closer together, and expect full
development. It was found that plants
dirt tly over the tiles mndo a bettor de
tlopmcnt than those halt way between,
This Illustrates one dofect In Htib-lrilga-tion.
-viz.: tho diniculty In forcing tho wa
ter all over the toll.
These xpcrltncnts suggest many pos
sibilities for farmers located near u stream
or pond. With some chances In lijlnir,
tllo mny be placed In the soil so that both
ilrnlmice nnd Irrigation are possible. The
numn would hasten drnlnnge in a very
wet time, ns It could be used to draw
water out of tho tiles faster than It would
tun of Its own accord. In a dry time,
vvitcr fioin streim,' pond or swamp, could
be forced Into tho ttles, as wan done by
l'roitssor King's experiment. While prob
ably les effectlvo than surface lirip.itlon,
this simple tllo Irrigation M less expen
sive, nnd would save many .i crop If used
In time. It Is grutlfjlng to see that farm
er are coming more and more to see that
water Is cheaper than munuro In tho pro
duction of a, full crop.
Cerent Incr Turnips In u Dry Sennon.
Scarcity of feed of n. succulent nature
for mllklnc cows during the fall and early
winter, suggested to tho experiment sta
tion or lowa tne Browintr or sou turnips
for that mirnose. Dry. warm climate Is
not suited for turnips planted In the spring.
xney tnniuie cany anu oecomo ran uiv
ored ind unpalatable. Kuropem farmers
gtw them successfully from spring plant-
In moist, coot climate", wnere me
..c plant will not mature and where the
iro summer season Is necessary to de
ip them. I'airly good success from
,t r them later and fairly good results
.11: leeuing mem to unirv cows, inuucea
. f t.. tlon to experiment during the sum
mer of 1S.01 with tho later planting. Jinny
farmers usually sow turnips bro-idcnst,
which prevents cultivation. Drouths that
nro common goncrallv evaporate the moist
ure from sin face soil and few turnips are
gall ered. Farmers seldom depend on tur
nip as pirt of a fall or winter ration for
domestic animals, but the growth of dairy
ing leriulres succulent feed at nil tca&ons,
nnd the soft turnip Is valuable for this
purpose between summer and winter con
'Mtltfur "Th3 rainfall of 1S9I. between June 03 and
August 10, was bo alight that It had no
offee: en crops. Previous to June 20 tho
tlon prepared thice acres of land for
nlns bv nlowllnr and thoroughly nul-
1? vcrlzing with the disc and light surface
harrows', malting a dust mulch four Inches
trleep, that they maintained by repeated
van-owlngs, so ns to prevent tho ev.ipor.i-
oion of I,' e moKttiro In the .subsoil that
' was moK'y.wenty Inches deep, llelow this
twenty-fod"' inches the soil was dry, so
hat caplllnrltj could not bring up moKtuio
from beneath. When tho rain of June 'J3
came It wetted this four Inches of mulch
. thoioughly, and during the 24th nnd 2'ith
I the planted the seed of the strap leaved
Ji vurple top turnip It was plnnted twentv-
h eight Indies apart on the level nnd from
f two and a half to thieo inches deep.
h The plnnts came up In a few days and
'cultivating began to prevent evaporation.
v 1'onr lnche-, of the surface soil dried out
4 , rapidly They thinned the plnnts to twelve
I incnes apart ana cumvnteu once a wcci;
I luntll August 10, when it rained again, suf.
m , Heiently to completely wet the four Inches
'-of dust mulch
ififi Tht turnips grew slowly during the for-
t -eight das of drouth, and when tho Au
"' gut rain came they were about tho ?Uo
lot neu ft eggs .iier mis tney wen- oniy
cultivated once, as tho turnips hnd cov
ered tne ground to tnat tneir snnno pre
vented evaporation At harvesting time
they weighed twenty-eight tons to tho
acre with the tops on. and twenty-four
tons an iu re irimniul. They w ere very ten
del and sweet nnd several tons were sold
to families for table ue, A light ouo horse
gaiden cultivator was ui-ed. with a har
iow bolted on behind, with light, "tralght
tteel teoth, set two Inches apart. The in),
jib ment cultivated ubout four Inches deep
and left the surface loose and ilnnly pul-
rized, llcntaih this dust mulch tho
ground, nt the time the turnlpseed was
jilanted, was damp and mellow. It grad
ually became dijer and harder toward tho
ml of tho furtv-eight dav drouth. Thu
I turnips grew on thu surface, being Imbed
7 ied about nn Inch In the soli nnd having a
. a .i wni, mini Im. n fnn Innl.aa ...Iiaa lnt
I if IUIIL lllll .lll ,UL(I .IIV.I.V-., ...ll.-, . ..-
ual i oof spre.-ul out through tho moist
earth btlow thu dust surface Tho culti
vator attainment was set to run close up
to tho plants as they grew In straight ronn
is this was prictlenl. Without this continual
. ul'hatlon tho ground would have cracked
open, permitting evaporation from tho
I moist subsoil. A crop of turnips grown on
another part of the college farm, sown
broadcast, and consequently not cultivated,
did not grow larger than hou's eggs and
were not harvested, They attribute their
success In growing so good n. crop In so
dry a year to tho cultivation of tho sur
face soil beforo sowing the seed as much
ns afterward. There was a severe drouth
hi fom the rain of Juno 23. They prevented
ill the loss of mnl-tur through evaporation
" by reducing tho burfaco four Inches to dus.t
condition bcfoic Juno 23,
Sun-ess lu I'rult roiling.
J W Clark, beforo ilnssachusctts Fruit
irowers' AsuocUtlon: When n orchard
,s to be planted, tho land should, If possi
hie, be plowed and put In good condition,
os till can be done much easier and cheap,
ir before the trees are tet out, than ufler,
Apple treei should b planted from thlr
15 -live to forty fret upart, unlws one has
the courage to Xg out e-vory other tree
us soon ns the trees besln to need, mom
loom I J this b done, they may be tet
within twenty-live fet , of each other,
With proper cure In liieeklnu the growth
if all tho tree, by girdling and other
ineaps, several crop may bo Gathered be.
torn It becomes necessary u remove tho
mrplus trees. There Is less danger of
pivfnK trees too much room than intra Is la
j;ivlng too little.
Thrio should be a Rood circulation of
ulr and direct suullsht among the trees.
Vnless this la done the- growth under the
lues will soon become sour und covered
wuh mow. and the fruit will be of poor
ioior. Direct buullght Is of vital Impor
tance in the development of color in ull of
Trees planted In sod and left In sod grn
tully make little urovvtli In the flrat few
siars, Whete trees uie set in rows. hoi.
lows or near a stone wall, thu growth Is
ceiiew"v better thun In tha remaining
fhjriU t tho Held.
To ttiite giowth tree must be supplied
with plant tood and moisture. A soil may
iha full of plant food, but lacking In moist
tire, and yet bo unlit for orchard purposes,
lis thu treu caunot tako the necessary food
txciut lu solution.
An upplo orchard should be cultivated
from the time It U planted until it be
gins Iwarlnt', when It may be seeded to
i lover and other grasses and (traced with
Eheep, which, la my opinion, Is tha best
und perhaps thu only animal to let run In
an orchaid The Buldvvln Is and has been
u gnat bearer, but the heavy crops given
by this variety in the past have to cm
i haunted the soil and weakened tho trees.
that Insects and dlsnaso have obtained a.
strong Jiokl upon them, and the frees can
not, in their wxrnkenetl condition, produce
n full crop oi disease, Insects and (rult at
th tame tlnv.
In tho application of artificial fertilizers
to nn orchrtnl, rrtre rhould be used, Tha
three sulntnniejt to lv ud nr nitrogen,
tota.h and phosphorus. Trees whtr tho
soil is filrly fertile nerd little nrtlfl-ial frr
llurr for the ilrst few "ir i:ach Indl
Vldutl trep should reoelvp special ntten
tlon. If on is found who growth Is un
sailsfaciory, the Irnvot of which nro small
nnd jeltow, tin re mdst lx something
wrong llxnmlne the tres cnrefully for
tllscnse and lnecw. If nothlnir oft tlie
klml is ilisrovrrrsj then Is probably u, lack
tt plant rood in the oll. This lack must
b supplied b nrtineial fmillilnic
vvh"t thn onharl begins bearing, It
hioum rrcoive nn nnntnl dressing of phos
tihorb id and potnsli,
ToinalofS for Inter,
"In time of peaeo preptre for wur," In
summer prepare for winter, If you would
live well. An unknown writer snjs.
"I have for jenrs been trjlng various
ways to prolong the Reason In which fresh
tomatoes may bo had fitter frot, nnd have
settled in thu following ns best The plan
may also ! made a matter of tirolll for
shipping, for I have had tho fi till In good
condition nt Christmas, when the price was
2 cents per pound. About the 1st of July
1 mnko cuttings, nbout a fool long, from
vigorous, vines that have made good,
smooth fruit onlv, After n good rnln these
nro set In well-prepared soil nearly their
entire length. At this senou the soil Is so
warm that they root with gientusl cer
tainty, nnd I seldom llnd one that falls to
grow If the soil is moist and well icked
nbout tho base nf the cutting. They nro
set at tho same dlstntn'o as plants nnd nre
cultivated in the same manner. These
plants will begin to ripen late lu tho rail,
nnd will bo full of well-grown green fruit
when frost arrives x hen the llrst light
frost nips tho foliage tho wholo crop Is
gathered They nro wiapped In papci,
packed In crates nnd stored In a place
vvhero they will keep cool, but will not be
froren. Any tight outhouso vvhero the
crates can bo covered with straw In cold
weathor will nnswtr, l'or family uso a
few nro taken out at a time and put lu n
warm room to tlpen for the table. Wo
have them In this way until the middle of
Janunry nearly every year, In nlco.eondl.
tlon tor slicing. If grown In quantity for
shipping they should bo overhauled from
tlmo to tlmo nnd tho ripening ones re
w nipped and shipped up to Christmas,
when tho whole lot can bo shipped, ns
they will sell even It not colored, ns they
will soon ripen up In a warm temperature,
or It may be better to bring them Into n
warmer placo to color beforo shipping."
Tho Most rnpubir strawberry.
The Cornell experiment station bos been
cntwnslng the northern and vvestorn fruit
dls'rlcts of New York state with tho ob-
jnct of lludlng out tho most popular varl-
ues ci "irawuerry in iiniv rit-uim.
Tho Wilson wns pronounced to be tho
best shipper by twenty-nine growers, while
ten recommended the 1'nrkcr llarlo and
light tho Warlleld. Tho most productive
varieties were niimetl as follows: Thu
Cic'cent received 21 voles; Wilson, 13: Wnr
lleld, Hj Hnverland, 11; Talker Karle, 11,
liubnch. 7; Sharplcss, I; Uuit, 2, und oth-
Tho Michel wns found tho earliest of the
early varieties by 3J persons, tho Crescent
by is, the Wilson by 1-', and thu liubnch by
ii. Tim I'atker Karle was found the ear
liest of tho Into varietltis by 2i persons, nnd
tho Gnndy by 1G.
Somo 2o glowers pronounced Jn favor of
tho Wilson ns the liest all around straw
berry. IS were in favor of tho Crescent,
10 In favor of the liubnch, 10 for the Hnv
erland, 10 for thu Warlleld, 7 for the
Parker r.nrle. 3 for tho Atlantic, nnd 2 for
the Sharpless. Taking this testimony nil
together, the Wilson is tho most popular
berry in tho above section.
Artichokes as reed for Hog.
In response to a request for Information
ns to artichokes, Jlr. George W. Fry, of
Dunlap. Mo gives tho 'Western Swine
llreedcr his views nnd experience., ns fol
lows: "The readers of the Swine Breeder re
member that Information was asked for
In this paper a joar ugo about artichokes,
but no reply came. As a test to tho mat
ter, we bought and planted a few last year,
and have to say wo are so well pleased
with the- venture that wo planted three
times as mnn this year, and so wo can
nirlve at some conclusions nt to tho best
variety to plant. Wo havu read big stor
lc3 about yield and merit as stock fooo In
artichokes, but they seemed so colored
and unreasonable compared with other
loot crops with which we were fninlllar
that they went by ns Just a little tlshy.
We nre not in the business now nnd may
be pardoned for sitting the matter a lit
tle. Last sear was the dijest wo ever
saw, Kast or West. The artichokes came
Up anu giew nicely nil uuuut. time lur nil
tubers to set, when it became so drj that
a small button wns about all that they
could produce. They wont through tho
severe drouth still green, While potntoes
nnd other crops went dry. In September
we had somo rain and the artichokes be
gan to grow, nnd bj frost, in uctohir,
lite, plenty of tubers could be found large
as: n. pint cup. As this jeat could not be
a teht on their Ield, wo selected threo
good, thrifty looking- hills (planted in corn
spaces), which wc dug and took up a
heaping halt bushel (to our surprise).
Thce hills being so far apart gave no
possible chance to get tubers belonging to
other stalks. Now, if three? hills make a
halt bushel, under very unfavorable cir
cumstances, six hills will make a bushel
easily with good conditions Then an nero
oulj lukb twelve feet of carrying a,U00
hills of corn, and will carrj twice as main
hlllb of artichokes, or t.CuO hills. If six
hills ield ona bushel, nn aero will yield
3,000 bushels at the same ratio Now, this
looks a little extravagant, and wo nio
llko the OKI lady thit saw the blrjclo run
away with a man. Sho thought it was
a wagon wheel, nnd said jou need not be
lieve It unless you want to, as she would
not tf she hud not seen it hersedf. Tho
proof of the pudding Is In tho eating. Tiy
them nnd know Tor yourself. These tub
ers are ns good cooked or law an turnips
and make splendid pickles. Men who havn
tested them claim them good for nil kinds
of stock. They are undoubtedly good for
hogs. For ions nt farrowing they nro the
ilnest things wo ever saw, as ours run on
the-patch all winter and spring until plant
ing time, and they never farrowed with
le-s trouble. Even tho gilts pulled through
without tiny care or attention. These
tubers need not be dug In tho fall unless
you want to plant them thru, which It
probably the best time, as they stnit early
In spring und am out of tho way of spring
"Cheap feed is what we want and must
have to mnko anything- from hogs. Arti
chokes furnish green food In fall, wlntir
and spilng, a time most needed, and savo
feeding so much concentrated food. Breed
ers will II vo on them nnd do well, but it
Is nonsense to talk about feeding a bunch
of hogs out on roots alone. Wo cannot
speak now of tho erroneous Idea, but may
Krrp thn .Sheep for Mrnt.
rarm News: We have tnken occasion
before this to ndvise against sacrliiclng
the tlock of sheep that ought to have a
placo on most farms, because of tho low
price of wool. Sheep cannot always bo
held down, tor their wool is one of the
necessities of civilization and It can uover
bo kept so low In price that It must bo
produced at a loss for nny gre-at length
of time Sheep can be undo profitable
usldu ftom the production of wool If care
Is taken in their management and the
light breed Is kept. Just at piesent the
tlne, heavy wooled breeds ure under the
clouds of low prices, and thousands of
farmeis who have well bred Hocks aio
selling them at nny price that Is offered.
This sou of a panic alwajs has the re
sult of reducing the stocks to u point that
brings nbout a violent reaction In pilces
and those who aro vvlso enough to bold
on and keep their stock up and g(vo it
good onto will protit by it In the end.
This has betn the history of the sheep In
dustry tlnia und again, and fortunes have
been founded on wlso foresight in this in
fection. Tho heavy wooled breeds nre Just
us good for mutton ns any other, und there
Is no reason why every breeder of them
should sell them and Invest the money
lu other lines of stock or other breeds of
sheep. Fine wool Is a necessity and the
time will come when meiinos will bo uguin
lu demand, and the mun who has spent
time, skill and money to perfect a flock
of any of the merino lireedu will receive
a price for his stock that will make them
Sheen are the scavengers of the farm,
for they are ureal weed und gruh killers
l To the Editor' I havo an absolute remedy for Consumption and all Throat and Lung
k Troubles. By its timely uso thousand of hopeless cases have been already permanently cured.
So proof-positive am 1 of its power that I consider it my duty to seud two bottles free to tho&o of your readers who
havo Consumption or any Lung Trouble if they will v rite mo their express and post-oflice address.
KtUlilUheel lbJO. bisctrcb-, T, A, SLOCU.M, M.V., 1SU I'eurl Slie-el, Sew York.
Tho Editorial and Business Management of this Paper Guarantee thu Genuineness of tbo abovo Proposition.
nnd where they pasture Ihn fenco rows
never grow tip to hedge rows of bushes
nnd brier. 'Ine nre renovators nf the
soil, for n field pistnred with sheep for
a fow j ears will btHnmo fertile ho mat
ter how thin It mlRht have been at the
beginning. If it Is im eary,. to keep
sheep for what the car -ass will bring It
Is better to kiep them In a larne part of
thf counlrv than to sell them for a song.
The golden hoof l the rnrmsra best
friend, mil on every farm where mixed
fnrmlns- Is prACllnd sheep ehould lmvo
l)Jp.lil In ling".
lndlina I'trtn'r Tho Aridity of the
slomnch, sajs the tluial World. Which Is
the result of feeding hoi" exclusively on
corn, may bi t-mpnianly rorrecteel by
lecmuK ciinrcoai urn in mis ctsr, as iu
most other", prevention Is better than
cure. The lions fed with n properly bal
anced tatlon, including somn line wheat
middlings, and n few roots each day, will
not be troubled bv arid slomnch. Acldltv
Is a sign thnt fermrntntlon has progressed
to Its second slnue, tho tlrsl bring alco
holic It ti not tmsslblo to cause fool to
ferment In even the slightest degre with
out some wnsto of Its nutrition. h n
fermentation piotres' o far ns t- mule
m uiii.v in int uimn. n tne ios is iiuku
more considerable This Is In uddltlm to
the los by Impaired dlgrtlon 'lure Is I
no reftxon hj hogs hould bo tr uihl. 1 1
bv pitur tllffoMlon. The power of Hi i g
t.i R i nournnmcni out ot nn ioo i i iv u
It Is errutir thnti that of any oth r at U
mnl. If pig were never, run In fitt u
Ing kept on concentrated fool tin v one, tit
always lo keep the perfect diirislion with
which the .voting pin nearly alwajs lu m
life We sei) nearly alwajs, for it , nt
of the most serious facts In put br I ng
thit by feedlnc a breeding -on nm m
on com or other concentrate I fi j i her
iiIkh will be stunted rveh bifor. th ir
birth, nnd, If vve mny Use the word, pr
destined to runthood during their entire
tii'lllllnes lu tho licit Iliuiar.
J. A. Hull, In Nallonnl Sloekmnn As U
Is now about the time Of the iar that I c
ir mot nbundnnt, vve shoeil I . ve the
hn hotio a thorough e leaning out It -move
oviry nest box nn I nil li r in t
tlroppings, in fact, ever.vthlmr that tna
serve as el htrbor for ll o an l verttun
About a year ago I did this anl then
e night every ohickrn and gave them a
thorough clipping lu Coopcr't Hip, Ilia
ain9 strength ns l use It to kill tlckJ.
lice and stale on sheep. I mix si good
quantity of II In a largo washing tub, so I
uin put tho chickens clear under. I hold
their feet In ouo hand nnd set them down
tn tho water nnd hold them there. Then I
ltifllo up the feathers ns mm h as posnblo
with tho other hand nnd work the dip in
to tho skin cut mtii-h us possible. Then I
take them by the beak with one hand, so
tho Until can't Ret tn their mouths, nnd
plunge them head downward clear under
tour or llvo times, As I rnle them up and
let the water run down their boilles from
feet to bend, thereby getting them thor
oughly wet. All this don't hurt them, but
don't hold them too long at a. time and
smother them. When jou me done set
.I.a.v. ,.. n...l 1a, II...11 im nil. It. ,1... kilt, nf
I4ii:ill Will .llll IV, l(lt:i " ..Ul. Ill v.i-- .it,i v...
anywhere they llko. This operation ills.
Kins tne lime mites mat cause scaiy icgs.
It also kill all the lice and it will keep
them from stnjing on tho fowls for a long
time, oven If thev run where lice are plen
ty, on account of tho odor It contains.
I tnko all tho dip left and with a spray
pump thoroughly saturate every part of
the building where tho chickens stay. I
gave my poultry this kind of a cleaning
up ubout one year ago nnd have never
seen a louso about their qtinrters since.
It Is the cheapest nnd best wn of keep
ing poultry heilthy, clean nnd free from
vermin that 1 uver tried, nnd will often
lirovent diseases that are sure to follow
when poultry becomes Infested with lice.
V t lltllutloll
Ohio Toultry Journal: It mny not ho
pleasant now to contemplate tho weather
of tlio last winter, but ccmlnlv It is a
l.wmn to the nvetniro fancier und noultrv-
nan. Judging from the- fowls wo .iv at
tho shows, and tho condition of wattles
nnd combs, It Is only natural to suppose
unit tlio lessons unheeded In regard to
proper precaution for 1 old weathei will be
Jtllo mot o ueopiy lmpicsse'ii jiuw, .iuc-u
somo of the high ootubetl varieties bear tcs
ilmonv tn tho .shone of absence of spikes:
and tho owners have an excellent opportu
nity to explain to visitors "wnat a. 1111c
rnrnb that bird did have," "ho was a dau-
The old saying thnt 'experience Is a
dear school," Is well borno out In .such ex
perience. Somo of tho fanciers lu this vicinity
sufte'red severely, not only from their
fowls' combs freezing, but diseaso that
much dreaded on, roup has spoilt ti many
a sale. How piovoklng to receive an order
for a lino blid and just before jou nro
leady tu send mm unit no nn'i i.uccn com
which often dov clous Into roup! It cer
talnlj Is trying', but betitt. Indeed, than
10 send isucn a oiru aim iiuei later mat nc
his deve loiod roup on the roael.
Freezing of e umbs. of luiiise, dots not
Inltiro the bleeding 1111 illtles of fowls when
onco thu pai ts aio hi 1I1 ti. but it is not
(inly unslsrhtly but naturally spoils tho bale
of such spts linens. Now, 1 am not of
those wno nuip on ventilation, uuc 1 ue
llevo It neiestarj, though 1 am aware
that a froste 1 comb Is puferablo to a sick
lowl or a lot 01 roupj ones that have re
covered und 111.' almost untit for am thing.
To mo there Is 110 doubt that Jowls suiter
more from nous, s poorij ventilated m
fact, madci too tight than from dinfts of
air thiough lousting uti trters. A hen
house mado tight will keep out cold, but
It tliet' Is no means of sim uring fipsh air.
It cannot be otherwise than eletiliuuntal
to tho fowls, fur damp walls will be tho
result; the Iloors become- damp and toul
nnd loup Is as suto 10 follow as fate It
doesn't tnko chicken mm of experience
long to Und out tho fallacy of tho teach
ings ot l'atrick llenrj- JucolJ", of the Foul
trj Keeper, who bays that ou 1 an't get
houses too tight. It may be the opinion
of some that this Is true, but iv t um is
convinced bv- experience, and this has not
been mj- cxpi rli nee. Anjone who has
studied the problem ot practical house
ventilation knows lull wi-ll that it Is Im
possible 10 veniilato In oolil weather with
out Uiu aid of lii-.it, und keep even a lun
house nt an even tempi rutute abuve that
outside without he it. Now, we that aro
not ublo to heat our houses and jot want
them warm uiu placed pl.uod between two
evils dmlniT stub unfavorablu weather
cither havu frosted combs or have our
fowls Biibject to roup Some of my farm
it filends havo ventllatoiu opening on tho
top, wlibii will answer iu moderate weath
er, but when tho mercury registers 13 deg.
below zero, top ventilation doesn't go. Tho
proper way to ventllato Is, of course, fiom
tho bottom, but when jou have nothing to
ereato 11 movement of ulr It la slow work,
and for a. hen housu about us uood us no
ventilator. The s inn- ett.et of top vcntlli
tlon can bo had by opening u door or win
dow. Of our winter houses this senson I find
that lu those that hud crutks almost large
inoiigh to secure draft, tho fowls were not
near to subject to colds and roup; und, on
thn contrarj, those In tight houses, vvhero
tho temperattiro was higher, tho walls
weio damp, and colds nnd roup resulted,
I tlnd that what would beoiu vety simple iu
poultry keeping of ton proves to bu tho
most stubborn problem to solve, but I
havo my preference .1 cold houso tather
than a damp one,
Investigating I'oultry Dlirunes.
Kxpnts of tho agricultural department
havo been currjlng on an exhaustive lnves.
tlgnlion of infectious diseases among poul.
trj. Tho prevalence of piotooa anions
tutkejs was tho subject of a special In.
ciulry. Tho re-btilts show that the disease
attacks tho young by pieference. and that
Infection does not tnku placu I iter on It
runs no regular ruin ho but varies lu seven .
ity. durutlon nnd termination. Though re
strlctid to tho caeca and tho liver. Its ae.
tlon Is tc-vera enough to prove fatal to
many afte-cttd tiiikojs. The disease pin.
cess Is alwuju associated with a protozoan
pniuslto ot very mlnulo size Certain Hocks
only aio affected, ami the disease bitcoines
iieipetualed nnd diffused among nelghboi.
tug hocks. Tho tcme-dy lecomim ndesl by
thu deputtmmt Is 10 entirely destroy tho
diseased nocks und obtain new animals
elsewheto after a thorough cleansing and
Infection of the termor- occupied by the
Cuiupottlug M inures.
Correspondenco Country Gentleman:
Farm.inudo manures aie best pripared for
SOUND BUSINESS SENSE,
This is Ihif age of clianges Nothing ftp
pears like It did ten jenrs n 1 1 nnv
onr who his given even nMi.il attention
there appears a grrnt rhing in thr tnrth
ol of catching tho attention of tho people,
nnd making n demand for errt tin line
of goods It tiod to h" flint a mrohint
would tell to the render of the nownpa
P r nil tho varied stock ot goods in his
store. Hut now ho studied earrfully tho
situation, nhd thrn In the- nowpnner will
appear the advertisement of n errlnln nr
tlele of attractiveness that Is having a
vrrv Inrsrt s.tlr. Ot rolircr th's at imre
rxc ites Interest, nnd thr rnll for thr oer
tnln tin loir or lino of goods ln reuses
wondrrfullv. rvrrsboilv wnnts It, nnd It
must be n sood thliitr or thr demand for it
would not be so groat.. And so the tner-
I h ml has stirred up businos-i Phis Is
ri pr itrd day nftcr day ntnl tinu businrss
Is kept active After all, h ilium nature'
l h inian t itur m I nil w ml tin 1 I
h r s win h tverjhjdv els. peo-i- ( -
1 till f, 1 health r I, lo i iikiniv,
I I opln are ikm lip to tl fi t tl' it n
1 1 liver 1 1 1 w rt tl' ng H nt in befnil
it hum in lie It u th root .f ill Si k
n s Vtiiilhi r fart niuntll te ir Is that
!' b t t.meij far 11 torpi I tir si irr. Ii
hv r 11
TILE PEOPLE FAVOPc JT
"Wc nre having a stcftdj nlo for Sim
mons l.iver Itcgulutsr " J F Harmon,
"liieio Is a ronsldernblo deminl for
vonr medicines."- C. W. Warner, Mans
"Simmons Idver Bcgulntor sells better
than nil other liver medlcinr-e put to
gether." J I. Mendenhall, i;v insvtlle, Ind.
"Simmons Liver Kegul itor lias a splen
did sale hero." II. I.eC.noe, UraHwood,
"I have n good demand for Simmons
I.Ivor Itrgiilntur," W. M. MiCrenrj, Con
tort Hie-, In.
"Simmons I.lvcr Regulator rlls well und
gives the best of satisfaction, wo never
allow ourselves to get out ot It " 1J. V.
Fuller Ac Son. Keokuk, In.
"Mutinous Liver Regulator takes thn
lead in this section of countrj In liver
complaints." D. II. Dean, Mlt hellville, la.
"U'o arc having qtilto a sale for Sim
mons I.Ivor Ucgtilator." A. 1'. Willlard,
"Simmons I.lvcr Regulator sells better
thin any other medicine l keep In stock."
1. K. Holly. Oeeoli. Mo.
"No medicine I handle his better snltf
or gives moie general satlsf.iitlon than
Simmons I.lvcr Regulator." J. H. Carr,
"This part of the countrj is pretty
hoallhy.but the demand for Simmons l.lv'er
Kegul dor keeps up." 12. B. I'lirull, Man
"1 "ell a great deal of Simmons Liver
Regulator, nnd llnd thnt people take city
to it "Frank Luttlg. Franklin Cal
"Simmons Liver Regulator sells faster
thnn any other medicine 1 have" L W.
Owms, Portsmouth, Va.
"We have a big trade In Simmons Liver
Regulator." O. B. Weed A. Co. Chiule
i -i:vi:ky iack,(i:&i
lias tho lied V, stamp on tho wrapper,
J. It. 71HI.IN ro., I'tilliulrlplil.i, I 'a.
elfectlvo uo bv composting that I, by a
thorough rotting process Well known to
tho practical tanner. To prevent the loss
of ammonia as the mnnurrt I-- being ac
cumulated, gj psuni Is sprlnkl. d qvui tho
voiding In tho stables, and It Is also mln
glid with tho manure heap as well. Tho
principle) is thnt the gj psum (sulphate ot
limeiglvos up its sulphtuic acid to the nm
monla, thus forming sulphate of ammonia
which ts stable, and suffers little- loss. If
such provision were not mime, tnu ammo
nia would suffer much loss fiom volatili
zation Theie Is one disadvantage in the
uso of Rjpstim In this way, tlio phosphates
In the intuitu c aro apt to tako voi-j insolu
ble and unavailable' forms The carbonate
of lime formed by the decomposition of iho
gj-psum reacts with nnv soluble phosphate
pu-sent vrlth the fonnttion or til-tnlilum
phosphate pruetleullj- the sumo thlm, us
undented South Carolina rock phosphate
A better method of tiratlng composts and
manure generally would In to use sulpli ite
of pota-h or kulnlt In tho place of gjpsum
The ammonia would bo preserved eiiiiillv
well, and the ngrlciiltuial value of the
phosphates suifet no loss lu fact, tho
phosphates would havo a hrttrt fonn than
before, If thorn wns nnj niate-iliil din 1
onco. Phosphate of potash Is pet haps Ho
best possible form of tin so mlnnuls loi
ngilctiltural purposes and sinh itaitioiis
as could occur with thr ur of potash salli.
must tako this form Rut this Is not the
onlj advantage Funn in. mines nu- 1111I
veisillj dcllelent In lotasli, as romparnl
with ammonia, not only In balancing the
Ingiedlents, hut also In holding lis potuh
and phosphoric acid In ui h form ns to bo
leadlly qvnilablo In tha boll
London ramie r: Suniluver cakr has
been found, rsprelallj la Russia, one nf
the best uuxlllarj cuttli fjocin. As t-ulv
as the j-ear lSW nbout lurxiQU centner, of
sunilower oil (oil of th, , oils ot liellin
thus unnuus) werr mnnufi tured in R i
sia, and Its amount has Increased ji.11 by
jeir. It being esteemed ns a veiy palatable
alimentary oil. Th oil w is formerly ob
tained bj hjdrauho means: the residual
cake Is hurdT than auj other varietj of
oil cake, und for this ii.ison apparnitly
It has not found .1 wider application. Den
mark and tho Nor 1 lur n countries import
large quantities annually, as do ulso tho
eastern provinces of German', nnd the
oroblem of Its dislntetrration has boen sn.-.
ccssfully solved by sover.il minufaotunrs
there. It Is still unknown In Southern
and Western flennany; now, however,
that It 1s nut on the maiket In tho form of
ineal.lt wilt doubtless soon llnd general ap
nreclutlon.sulted.ns It Is.both on account of
Its composition and plrastnt taste, for
fattenlr.if entile. Thr percentage of pro
tein varies between about lit and II pi r cent,
tho fat between 9 and IS per cent. It is
possible to prepare two eu.i!ltles, one ilch
111 protein and poor In fat. and the other
rich in tat und poor In protein. When,
for exnmpln, tho fomewhnl finely ground
meal Is sifted, employing a mesh ot 1mm.,
that which passes through la much richer
lr protein and poour In. fat than thu
original, while the rovers Is true of that
which rotimlns In die reive,
I'reventioit of Jlbihupeet Ifuof.
National Stockman: Tim horse's hoofs
aro analogous to our linger and toenails,
and can bu as easily Blown In any direc
tion or as successfullj as vve shape our
trees. An 111-shaned hoof means a neil.v 1.
rd hoof, llegln turly "as 'the. twig Is btnt
cna irees inc-iineu,-- .iccusiom the colt
to having his feel handled, I'rocuie a
1 asp. Vutir blacksmith's old one will do
Stand tho colt on a level suifate.a plunk or
barn lloor. For shortening the toe and low
ering tho heel, the eje is our best guide,
but for the sides to lneisttre is tho inor
accurate method. With c balk mark tho
iHiini at mo too towarus vvnicn tno frog
points. Now mtasuro the torrcpondlni;
points oil each side, a compass will de
tect the slightest difference In height
Rasn oft the surplus mouth until thu ii.it.
am oxuctly equal in height and noto ie
suits, a level foot, no strain, ankle
straightmed up, toes, hocks and eibows
win soon 110 in line vvun axis ot iiody and
the colt tan travel better At no point
bhould so much of the hoof be romovrii
as to rasp the tola nor should the outsldo
or cue nuot ue lusxic-u.
ARE YOU GOING
To inko ndvnntace of the low rales vlt thr
Hurllngton Rout to St I ouls nn'l rr-lurn,
.tune 29 to JulJ f-. Ixiulsvin , Ky . Srplrm
br 8 to lPi Haltlmnte. .Inlv Is to If., llos
ton, Jnlv R lo S nhd August U to Z1; nlo
various smshoto r'ort, tu In ling all tho
loiKtirn and Northern sum in 1 r-sorts of
th I'nlttd States
Drnvrr, Colon lo Hprlnps nnd 1'tieblo,
Jul.i I to 1. California, Alaska and ellow
For thr two oertslons nt Itoston the
llurllngton Routo will ll ti If ts throtirh
telnt ns fir rottth as Krniueicj md Vir
ginia and as far north ns t'simde nnd Ver
mont, and via all the Inlrrm Hito gate
Moss to stilt our inlran A I 'n s
11 C unit. Km-is City.
Mali Ibllo In Imk Mi the M li. ,t 1-. It'r.
Fommrnrlnr ,1nli 5. and contltiulnit unlll
July ), Iho Katv lloute, the MIourl,Kan
ns A To;ni lallvvav, will Sill llrt class
li I. In to nil point- in '1 1 vis .11 th ir sjs
tnn nt one half tl iieiilur rate l nr nil
Inf -runtlon ill t t' I. t ollh , No. LN
Main St or loll I iu..n all'.
the I int I r 1I11 to HI. 1 1111U ruin nu thr
VVnliMpdi llullrimd. .No tilhrr llnr r 111 initio
I In tlmo iniiili bj Hie, nl,ili.
roii sai.i:-iii: vi, hmwiis.
AT A BARGAIN FOR ALL CASH
OR ON EASY TERMS.
A S:o acre stock farm on the line of the
Fort Scott & llulf iiiilrniid, W miles from
ivuK.is iiij-, .10, 3 miles ironi i-noi.i,
Iviii., and 1 milis rrom mil-lite, Kim
'lhls farm Is tuo-lly bottom hind, about SOO
ncrcs under cultivation bil.inn timber
pisture, all but Co n. trs 1 111 br mule
plow lund. Hull crerk runs through It.
There are- also s wells and obt'tnx and
several springs of good clenr water Turin
Is frntrd nnd cross-feio ed, bnrh'd vvlre
and boirds (hog tight) elood S room frnmr
houso In very fair condition, birns, com
cribs, hog puis, etc. 1 ru r, no per in re. nil
cash, or fas per acre, on time. Tor fur
ther parti ulars nddies R C Djr, room
C, Iiruls building, 5th and Wyandotte sts
Hire of I) Llhson & Sons, or Woodson
Mnslers, K-q , I'aol.i. Kas.
t an run 11 am: hi i,i
WANTlll elrcatllzers ntnl nee-nls for n.
beurllcl.il and Internal ord r, iienctlt orr
tlllcntos from I'd) to $.iiX), sickness nnd
accident twllele s JC, HJ and JIS per J ear pa J s
IC, $12 and IIS per week Address or In
quire. 11 SI. HULLIIR, Sup Sec'j.
312 Temple block.
JOHN A Willi, IJ, Supremo I'res.
ANTI3H Shortmker. If vou want to
lonle lu a good town write for pirtlculars.
Addros ! 211, Journal clllcc.
WAN rilli J voung in 11; light work,
good wuges. 'J ", nth st. room a.
WANTi:n-3 joting nipn, light work,
nulurj. 2, nfereiicc. CID .Main st.
CANAHIAN n.Ml'l.DY.MIINT Or'FICR.
nnd furnished rooms, 101'--, Rust 12lh. cor.
Walnut, lei IR1 The best iilaco in IC C.
Mo., to find help or situations, male or
female-: 11 jrars' experience. Rrf. Omnha
.S'nt bank. Omnha. Citizens' bank. K C.
TO lll'N r 11(1(1114.
TO RRNT Newly ftirulshiHl.rlr.in, well
lighted rooms, location convenient, terms
very reasonable, light housekeeping al
lowed. -M. W. lirlght, 215ti Independence
10 HIJ f lllsCri.I.A-NKOt c.
ncres, on Shan nre roid. urejstom hrlrhts,
between Hom lib- and Aimouiilali Rintil
20 nnd M 11 Ii per month. See Andrews,
owner, or Ilirkuk, ugrnt. on place
WANTRD TO RRNT-A llrst-olnss hotel.
furnished, by un 1 Nperlene ed hotel mun.
In a live business cltj In Missouri. II A.
Smith, Commrtclil hototl, Walnut, Kas.
SIOM'.Y TO IIIIV.
LOANS Missouri farm loans promptly
made within 100 mil s of Kansas City.
Kansas City lmurovi-el loins wanted, sizes
1700 to J2.0M. Write or c all
.1 AMI'S L LOMIIVRD.
I(V) lb 1st bllg. Kansas City.
t. AND 6 rnll t'L.N 1' money on business,
residence and farm property, unusually fa
vorable terms Apply to Homer Herd or
Theo Nash. 10C1 Hrondway.op C'oatos llous
MO.NMIV TO I.OAN-Cjulck low rntes
11 L JOHNSON' .Vr C O , N Y. Life bldg.
tVVN'I I'll II ISC i:i.I. I M (ills.
WA.M'IIP -Hoard bj gentleman nnd wife
In tin- suburb. mut b, on or near cable
or -l 1 trie line . leplj- giving cxnrt location
and tu ins wlib h mii't be modi rate Ad-ilri-s
1' Jill, J011111.il oillci
HI'SINI-t MRN anil lullrs seeking help,
npplv or 1 1 lr-s o2" N'i Hon building Cen
tral l.mpli vim nt t'oinpiinj
1 it vnsi i:it t oiiimmi:-.
CllA!a.l. TOWT, JOHN II. TOWT.
President. Vice l'rt-aldtnu
li L. HARRIS.
MIDLAND TRANSI'RR CO Freight
and bncgngr transferred to and from all
drpots rurnlturr moved und packed by
experts. 107 and 1(0 Wyandotto Bt., Kan.
ras City, Mo Telephone 11.17
J, I KRNMIIIR, for the, past 21 years In
Kansas L'ltj, has fe-iven prrronnl attention
to repairing flue watihes and clocks
Charges riasoiiiblr No 6, Uast Tenth
st , b-t Main nnd Wnlnut.
PHOTOORAI'inC AND VIHW CO., CIO
Main St.. tilo 27.n, rvuy tourist ought to
take a kodak along; kodaks touted, re
lllled ami tlnlshed, wo make photos of ntiy
thlug for nny purpose.
JAJllCrf 1IAN.NON. tho architect, has re
Fumed bUhlne-s- with odlees Toinple block.
VHioi.rs.w.R meter i-s.
WB want a joting man In every town in
Missouri, Kaiibua and Nebraska to handle
utir wheels clrt our rutalogue and price
to agents KANSAS CITY RICYCLD CO.,
Itri7 and 1029 UroadivHy Kansas City. Mo.
poii .sai.i: iiisci:m.axi:ou.
TOR SAI.l; Falcon wheel; never been
used, liberal discount, lnqtlliu at 12G West
bth St., gtoiiud lloor
BAFES opened and repaired, bought and
sold. Combination locks cleaned and
changed, U. HAIUtlUAN. Uxpert.
Telephone 1231 103 Hast Tenth st.
MRS. L JAMRS. the well known clalr.
vol ant and trance medium, may be con
sulud at 1209 Grand ave : parlors 29 and la.
V ANTRD-H.irber that wants to open
a three chair shop In a good town address
I 215. Journal otlli-r
iionsr.s ami v Kiuri.iN,
rASTUHK FOR HORSKS-Three dollars
per month; sent for and returned. Mark U.
Salisbury, Independence. Mo.
'1(1 I CH.N()i:.
A icic.Nu man a sires to oxenunge ,,
new piano for bnai 1 in nlco fumllj'. Apply
to C. It, Uubbe-ll, stein Dental college.
LAOIHSI ChlchciUr'i English Pennyroyal Pillj
i)i4aioi rrmai nm tho Boat. sJ(. inli.bi..
T k w clt .1. btul 1-, uu., I 1 rmlvbUri, - lluc
' H4.'!"," tT",,1'r Return Mnll... i Cin.ii.u.
r o'eiotK iii.NM:it.
Try the 6 o'clock dinners at McCllntock's
lestauraut, SJ0 Walnut bt.
flip k'miii City Metal Hoonnir A: Cor.
russvtlne Co., (IS Delaware. Teh 158J.
1.1:0 ti. Aorn i:s.
U'llRtllJ.Va C.I..U., iv ll.K.e no, I
llrlrn A. Hurst, his wife, by their drYl est
trtiit dslr 1 thr twrnty-sevrnth day of
March, rieht'in hundred nnd e1ht5 iRht,
nml recorded m the oillr of th rrrorejrr
or drrds of J Kon count j. Jliwrmi, at
KaiiMs City, mi thr tivrnt -soventh day
of .Mnrch, tlchiren htindtrcl and rmntv
rlrht, In b-iok H sol, prs Ml to IWs, both
uirluslvr, convrvod to the undersigned, Jeff
erson Urumbii K trustor, thr foltowltiic
decribrcl lnnl in Kansas Cltv, Jackson
e-oiihl. Miniiri, to-vvit l,ot numbrred
srVthteen ilT) and rlithtrrn (1S1. In block
number thr. o (11 in Cliasr s subdivision ot
th fojlouing diFirlhcct tract of luncl, to
wits Slluattd In the s. r quarter ot Mo
tion 1, town 19 , , ranrtn w Wrst, con
tnlnlne a front of sft poles, a links on th
outh line of uth strut W trrt wide), by
n ilepth south with the sam width of
miles, 1I lit ks, and tsiun led on tho 1.
b last Ifnn ,,f th. west I nlf of thr s, r.
epiartir of niii . tlnn 4, being a pairrl of
land frontln M frri on the east sldr nf
l.uelld avi mi., nnd 122 feet nn thr south
side of lth strrrt in thr Cllv of Kanae,
In trust 10 sreurr payment of certain
promissory notes thrrun described: nnd,
herons, Orfnult was mule in thr iinymrnt
whin due, nr the tirlm lnnl note described
in said drrl of trust, nnd thr same Mill
remains due nnd iihpild and nothln has
hern paid tin iron, iscrpt interest lo tho
twe-ntj -fourth of Siptrtnbrr, rihtren htm
drrn and tilnelj-fonr, now, therefore, pub
lic notice Is lo rrlij ulvett. that at the rr
iltirsi ol the owhrr and holder of enld notr
(the other notes secured bj ald ilred of
trnt ImvltiK brrn paldl, and brcatlse ot
such default, acting under the power In
enld deed of trust, I will. n such trustee,
proceed to sell the property hereinbefore
nnd In such deed dr, rlbi 1 nnd any nnd
everj psrt thereof, nl public vendue, to the
hlcluM bidder at the 1 out t house door in
tin Cllj of Kansas (now culled Kansas
t'ltj), in Jaikson 1 niinly aforesaid, tor
cash, on t'rlibiv. thr second rtnv of Autut,
eighteen hundred ntnl nlnrtj-llve. between
tin hours of nltir o'llenk In thr forrnoon
nn I nve o'clock In the nflrriinon, to pay
tin iitnmnt ri-niilnlng unpaid on enld prin
cipal note, lo naj the costs and expense of
c ut line said trnt, thn court house door
at whl li such sale will tie miide blng the
south front door of thr court house build
ing lu Kans 1 Cllj, Jiickson count). Mis
Fourl, 011 the Mock nf ground bounded by
l'lflh street Oak slrrrt. MIsourl nventio
nnd Locust sin ct.biliiK thr bulMIng vvhrrr
In the cli-ruit -ourt ot Jackson countj.
Mlfeourl, nt Kansas Cltv, will be held or
mlKlit Inwfullv b hld If Ibcn tn si salon,
ninl brinij the door vvhrtr the sheriff tuu
ullj m ikes Kiiles 011 rxri itllon
JLKrilRSUN IIRUMIIAOK. Truster.
WIIRRRAS. Wllllim II Chester nnd Su.
sail R. Cluster, his wife, bj their dcel of
trust am d the third day of Jnnuarj, eight
een liuiidrrd and iilnrtj-, nnd ree-or lel in
the Olllce of thr in order of demls cf Jack
son toiiiilj, Missouri, at Kansas City, on
the fourth daj of January, tight en hun
dred nnd ninety In book It S!. pages 219
to 2JI, both liiriuslve, conveyed to the un
dersigned, Jefferson Hiuuuinck, trustee
tho following dtsirlbed land in Kansas
City, Jin kson count, Missouri, to-wlt All
of lots Kttirrel "H" and "P." in bloi k
numbered slxtj-sevin ((17). In MrOee's ad
dition to the Cltj ot Knnas, as the same
nro marked and design ited on the plat of
said addition on tile and of record In the
olllce of tho recorder of deeds of said Jnrk
son countj, making n pucel fionting in
width llftv (50) feet on the south side of
the south branch of Pourteenth street. In
Kansas City, between Oak sttcet ami Lo
cust stint, nnd running back south nlnrtv.
nine (,99) feet mori or Ws to nn ullej, In
trust to scenic p ij mrnt of certain
promissory notes In -aui deed of trust de.
scribed, and whet ens default has been
niudo In "the piument when duo of the
prim Ipal not und the urtv-four nnd sixty
months' Interest notes mentioned tn said
deed, nnd thu same still ri'tiuiln due and
unpaid; now, therefore, public notice is
hereby riven, that at the rquis of tho
owner nnd holder of said de faulted notes,
the other notes maturing before) those hav
ing been paid, I will, as such trustee, bv
virtue of the power In such deed, proceed
to sell the properly hereinbefore and In
said drd of trust described, nnd nnj and
every pnrt thuieof, at public vindiir. to the
hli'hest bidder, nt tho court houso door In
the Cltj of Knns.as (now calb d Kansas
Cltj) In the county of Jackson aforesaid
for cash, on Tildaj, the second dij of
August, eighteen hundred un I nlnrtv-llvr
between tin hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon and tlve o'e lo k In the afternoon,
to p.iv said notes nnd interest Ihiunn, and
the costs nnd expenses of executing the
trust, the court hone door nt whlih such
sale will be Hindi being tin south front
door of the e-ourt house building in Kansas
City, Jackson 1 omit . .Missouri, on tho
block of ground bounded bv 1'ifth street.
Oak streit. Missouri avenue and Locust
street bring the building wherein the cir
cuit court ot Juckson countj-. Missouri, at
Kansas City, will be held, or might lawful,
ly be- hold If then In si ssion, and being the
door when the shrrllf usually sells land
on rre utlon
.IRPI-nitSON RRT'MrtACi:. Truster
TRUSTER'S SALII Whereis. Thomas
Pleld, and Viola Field, his wife, bj their
certain deed ot trust, dated tin eighth daj
of Jiinuaij, 1S91, nnd UUd for record ami
recorded on tho tenth daj of Januarj, ls.il.
In tin otlhe of thr recorder of duds in
and for Juikson countj, Missouri, at Kan
sas Cllj, In book II No. 43S. nt puge 2sl.
convijed to the undersigned trustee tin
follow ing de-scilbod real estate Minute In
the lounty ot Jackson, state of Missouri
to-wlt Uits forty (10), forty-one (ID and
fortj-two (12), In Troost hill, leferenee til
ing made to the recorded plat of said
Troost bill on llle In the olllce of the re
coniif of deeds In and for Jm kson county,
Mlssotni. nt Kansas City, in trust, how
iv ei to secure tho pit ment of one nego
tiable piomlssorj note in said de.d of
tiust described, and whereas, It s provld
eil in said deed of trust that In case
difiult Is m ido In thu pavtnwit of said
not, or of the interest, or nnj part theie
of when due, then tho said trustee maj
moictd to sell svild property in sail deed
of trust described and In relnbeforo d.--rcrlbed.
nnd nny and every part thereof,
nnd whereas, default has been made In tin
navmeiit of sold note, ami the sann is past
iliiii and remains unpaid; now-, there'tore,
nutilto noiice i ueii--M ei mho i. 1110
unili'islgncd tiustee, will, bj virtue ot tho
authuilty in nn vested bj the terms of
sild drrd ot trust, and a' tho request of
the lejal owner and holde-r of said note,
iVrocced to rll and sell the real estate
herelnbcfote descilbel, at public miiiii. ,
to the blithest bidder, for cash, at the
1101 th front door of the t'nlted States cut.
tom house In Kansas City, in thu county
of Jackson, stite of Missouri, cm Thurs
aj. thu Ilrst day of Augu.n, ISOo, betwien
the hours of nine o'clock In tho forenoon
and live o'clock In the afternoon of sa'd
diy to pij said rote an 1 costs und ex
muses of executing this trust
P C.ILMRR .MP-llIWirriini:. Tmsleo.
TRI'STIU"S HAl.ll Ry leisnn of de
fault iu thu pajm ut of the piinclpal noto
with tntelest theieun, lies, rlbeil In the
deed of trust, tints' 1 the 15th day of June-,
ls, executed bj LoorgO v . Nelson and
Pllle T. Nelson, his wife, tiled for r cord
in the oltUe ot thu recorder of deeds of
Juckson icnintv, Mlssoml, at Kansas i.'ilj,
Missouri, on luly IHh, 1VSI, and there re-c-oi
le" I lit book It No. VA it page 1,11 I
will between the hours of nine o". lo k In
the turenoon and live o'e lock In th" afte r
iionn. on Tin sdaj . tho 3oth ilay ot lulv,
lsj-,. at the west fiont dour or the I'nlt. .1
St lies cii-toin house nnd poslolllce in
Kansas City. Jue l.son e-uuiiij- Missouri.
e ii... r.niii-st uf the It gal holdt r .mi
owner of said note, gill nt publi .iiirtlon 1
to the hlKUOHl lii'ioer, iur inu. cne IOIIOW
Ing clescilbcd real pioperty, situated In
the countv of Jm kson state of Missouri
to-wlt- Tho north twilve- mil ono-hilf
112' ) leet of lot numbered eighteen tlsi,
ninl" the south twentv-llvi (2S) f et of lot
niiinbeied nlnetren (19). ull lu North Aim
inunt, nn addition to the city of Kans is,
now K nisas Cltv. ns sail lots aie nmiki.i
nnd designated on the "Corrected I'lut of
Noith Altaiuont," on tllo mil of remrl in
thu olllie of the rn order of deeds of sud
Jackson countv, nt Kans is f'ltv Missouri,
for the purpoie of sitlsfylng the debt se.
cured by said drrd of trut and the coats
of executlnt! this trust.
CHAULPS R ItUSSRI.L, Trustee.
'IRUS'lP.Ks BALL -11 reason of Urfmlt
In the pajmeni ot the pr nclpul note and
one Inurest coupon described In ,i it, ed uf
trust medo bi .Martin O. Rills an I Hm.
thena Kills, his wife, dated thu 7th dav tf
June., ivss), and recorded, or. the 9th j ,y
ot Oetobii, lv). In book R 131, at puge .
in th olllce of the ncorder of dels for
Jackson count, Missouri, a, Kansas e'lij,
I will, by virtue of iho pioiiuseB anu of tha
power in me vestal by euld dee-d of trust,
iiml nt iho request of the legal holder uf
said notes, proiel to sell all of lot num.
bere'd J in l.lnw ol Suniinlt un aebliiiun
to the- . itv of K.u i c Cit) Jackson county.
Mo., ns shown bj th. ii.orded plat of taf.l
ftddlllon, at the siuth front door of tho
court houso in Khiinis City, between tha
hours of 3 o'cloil; in tho forenoon and 5
o'clock in the ufieiioon, un Thuisduj. iho
rah clay of Julj. i'i ut public vendue to
the hlBiiest hldcbr. for cah, for the pur
noso of pa j Int; s.ul notes and the cost of
executing this tiual
A A Ti iMLINSON, Trustee.
Kansas Cltj'. Julv 1st 1S'J5,
VSSICNRR'S MMU'lI-Ta whom It may
con e-rn: You will taki notice tint the uu-.
ilet'ilKlud. usbIku uf cieo. II. Hue k
ing, on the 19th lav of August, UW. an I
for two das thinattir, between the houi
of nine o'clock i ni and tlve o'clock p
in, on eucb of s i t luj at room No. 5,s
bheldley bldg.. ni th - w. cor. of 0th un 1
Muln bit-., Kansas c nv Missouri, will hear
proofn.of claims an 1 d tnands against Ceo.
II Ituecking. whi h existed at the time of
the assignment, wl-i h vvas on the J.'nd
day of June, lt&'i an l all creditors havint;
any claims or demm against uld (ieo II
Ilueeklus aro hiiibj uotitled to present
the same ut the time und the placo de
scribed " the foregi ug notice.
I). K BLACK. Assume
11 11 U'M.t.t v via
Thrr urn no disappointments In tor
for yod herr, i-uricr m qualltv ot prwe.
I vrry arttelr I" n 1 1 at a libera! dfifretmnt
an what others 1 huritr, and rtreftf anich
soil is guafstit.-id sotisfattory. Tnat trial
or.lrr yoq'rc- thlnklnit about will mM n
steady imlron of vou, if moneysavinii atl
lfn' tlon I an obje' t
New Cdllfornl evafteirated AtirtMlt. W
rermed dir first lavtlrr ? tfrrm rttr.
dny -if TllrK I hem I lo for .
Armiekl it emitee. Bo pMff.
rrrli rg,. .1 dox , JTx.
in bam laundrv eonp, SRo.
1 bottle catsup, ;Sc.
Wo nuve several rae bt pWMrvtt fide
Royal brand), put up In ! Jar, hotne
mmlo atjlo, sutrar and Ffnlt. Vvt MVr
pun, pctei-h nspberry. atrAWDtrfy, qulni o
mid apricot : llliin them at Uc int (worth
(li'anulac t sunar, the belt. X IMi H.
Soda crackers, tt ll hot, to lb.
(linger n u. I lb Sir,
Vanilla w iter, 1 Ibt use.,, ,
Pox laundry etarcri In -lh buxe ltd lox.
Price's lemon extract, lOe bflttle,
'lark' ' lemon or vanilla, uolllc.
i'rbry salt, 2)c Iwtlle. .
furry powder, 11 botlt.
Nutmras. ivo iloten.
Clothes Plna, A iloten M.
Clolhrsi Lilies, 6r,
S rub Hruahes. Be,
Hore llrush, 2v .
VV rll Ruck t. 2Sc.
Clnthra R iskpts, StV.
Wash Tulm, 8V.
("oaoehtratrd lye, 8r lox
V ilbur's tHxon, loo lb. t
llakrr'a rhorolttte. Site lu.
(it'll MKAT DKPAfltMlSNT.
lireakfast bacon, to lb.
MiiKar ruled srtouldors, Ctte lb.
Sill poik. ft' lb.
2() lbs Inrd, tl.
II) lbs driest beef, II.
Whltr label lnnl. WV, Sftc and tl pill,
1". rne- nf old-fashioned Bppl butter In
rtono pills, 2. pull.
rMi palls, t"i lbs ouch, of pur fruit J"lls
rnspbitr.v, strnwhrrrj, goosebcrrv.curinnt,
blaikbeirv, pencil or pear, 49c pall.
Coin In 2-lb tans, 4 for !Sc.
Tomntoi's In 3-lb ennr., 2 (or Ho,
Prni In in gallon cnn, SOi can,
Aptli t In 1 allon emu, JOo can.
in biurets romiiry dried (ipplrs. Ca lb.
10 burr Is fniKV head rid, 60 lb.
3D burr! I'nnlln.i rice, I,- lb,
X IxnreiM hominy, 10 lbs 2V.
M luiikrls ot country butter, 15o lb, worth
2ii buikcts country butter 12tj0 lb, worth
Armour' i ttultrrlne, 2 lbs 2Sc.
vmv tra.h. ni:v pricks.
00c (JiiniKivvdci kM lb, C llu St.
UNION DEPOT TIME CARD
O.ltAltA, SI', I.OUIH,
1)1. NV Kit. .ST. l'AUL
suit Ml N.MIA TIM. Is,
Ch.alr Cnr Froo.
Ilckeilonicrs, s.3 Mala
Slsudloii Union Ava
Address II, C. ORR, A. a. P. A., Kansas
Instructlons All trnlns dally unless
marked: "x," except Sunday; "a," Sunduy
only; e," except Saturdiy; "-," except
Monday, "i," Saturday only. Plrat col
mn, leave; second column, nrrlvc.
HANNIBAL &. BT. JOH 11. R.-Rurllngton
Trains Leave Arrive.
K C ,t Rrooklleld xl.Oopm xlo Warn
Atlantic exprets 7 30am Id pin
Chicago fast mill, "Ull".. fl.15 pin k.toam
St Luuls express e:lf Pin S.10 am
II S.. M. R. R,, ix NKRR.VSKA-Curllni,-,
Drnver ft K. c. express,
Lincoln. Hillings tV. 1'uk-
et bound 11.00 am 7 a pm
K. C, ST. JOH V; COUNCIL CLUl-'I'S
. r RAILROAD.
Omaha & SL 1'aul fust
, mnll 10:40am '5 50 pm
Iowa express S Oo pm 10.10 nm
Omaha express 'j. 15 pm 'CSOam
.it Joe & Iowa mall 7D0am lUpiii
Denver express ll.Wam I.tsi pcu
Leavenworth. Atchison &
ht Joseph s-30pm I:45nm
, iV ,r"'na make Leavenworth except tho
10 to a. tn
CHICAOO. ROCK ISLAND .t PACiriC.
I rains Last ot Missouri River
Chicago mall xs r5 am x7:M pm
Chicago limited l.tinm 9.2 am
it... i11"0,1."? ,w"it of .Missouri River.
?!u,c,,-v u lc''ltn, Pt V. 10 M nm 6.21 pm
J)rn, Col. fei A: Pueblo . 10 50 11111 D 2s pm
JJrn .Col. bn. ,t Pueblo zs 40 pin jS2ilam
Uichlta I. T fc Pt. W.... t. topin jh 211 urn
lopeh.il, Hutchinson ... 7S 40 nm S 20 im
MlbfadURI PACIPIC lilt -Trains Hast
Mall nnd Express TOO am 6 W pm
St. Louis day express 10i)nm 00 pin
New lork fast mill. ... 1 00 pm 7 (el am
St Louis night express.. U no pm 10 JO inn
Lexington A. bt Louis ex. 7.00 pm 10(0 am
Le-xlngtou u Sedulla pns CSs am i.U pm
Coffejvllle i Colorado ...10 15nra Mlim
ColfeyilUe Ac Wichita .... 9 JO pm Oum
Jop, I-'t Scott A: Wlch ... 4 (Ham H1U1 pm
Jeiplln Ac 'lexas express. . 10 00 am 3 IJ pm
Joplln iz Te-xiis express... 7.V0 pm Hiiun
Omaha, Lin N City ex. 3 15 pm 6 SO am
Omnha A.- C II day ex.... 7 30 am b 33 pm
K. C. A A uoiom ex tiOntu 1 13 pm
K. C & bt Joo rx 10 30 am t S lira
K. C , A A.- Si Joe ex . 6 3.1 pm !) r,0 um
KANSAS CITV NORTH WRSfnilN It. 11.
Seneca At Re itrlce ix .. 7 M pm C 15 pm
WARASH RAILROAD COMPANY.
St. loiuis .c Chicago ex ... S t) um T.lOpm
St. L. & N Y. I.lm ex .xioooam xR.OO pin
St. 1. . 1) M. Ac St. I ex.. Silpnt T () mil
K. C. AL Chle iho express . C Jo pm 8.W um
CHlCAfJO ft ALTON.
Chicago i Si I ouU ex.... 'i utiiim u.oopin
Chliago llmite,! nt'ipm 9.00am
Bt L & Chliago ex 5.43 pm T.15um
KANSAS CITY. PiiRT SCOTT &. MUM
PIUS. riorlda Tnst Mall 10 30 am 6:00 pm
Harr'sonvlllr Ac Clinton.. xll) 01 nm 600pm
l)eiin nt. r lie. nm r, 5fi nrn 10 13 am
Cherokee ni 1 om d 23 pm 10(5am
Suhuibiin niissrngcr .... xC 00 pm 1 56 am
en..1ln .. K. . .S..I. nna IU H. ti.n 7 AS II m
nuiiiii jjiiii niissriigcr .... xiwiptn w am
Joniln Ac Nnv Orlmns,... 10 oo pm T Oil am
MISSOITRI, KANSAS .1 TRXAS It'Y
Texas mall 10 4 am 6 15pm
T.,v..u uvnA.a flltlnm 71?. m
UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY,
arldo coast limited ostium f 00 pm
.,. nnl 1 4,t ..... V Ril Am
parltlo coast iiiniieu ji.sunm i m pm
Drnvrr & Cal rx 7 10pm NW am
A1CHISON, TOPl.'KA A SANTA III It'Y.
Kast of Mlsfourl River.
Chicago limited 7 W pm SJftnm
Coiiitnulun IintiTni u ,i pin i ; pm
Chh iro fist diyllght exp 7J0m T.VMpm
Kort Madison local . .. . xS 10 am x5,3Q pm
West of Missouri River
Oklahoma Ar Texts local K-ltiam 120pm
Sn Kits, iiay rxp uiuam ii-tu pm
Colo , I'tab .4. Texm Um., O-cMnm (,-3S pm
Callfornli lit) I 60 pm 6 in pm
... .. ,. Cil1) nvn 9 nil nm " IYl nm
Ilmporlt local (S K.).... i 20 put x1l30aui
Topiku express ... t .'! pm tiim
l'aiihandle rxp (S K).... siOpm 7.03am
Kas . Ok ft Tex n'ht exp 0 M pm C W am
lir mil riitr.il Drool. Suit iiml Wjamlotti..
CHICAUO ORKAT WKriTIJRX RAILWAY
Chi. St Paul A: Minn ID.iM am S 00 pm
St J. Hes M. & Chi S.Mpm 7 15 am
St I , Dee M .v- Chi 11-50 pm
U-wilAS CITY. OSCKOI.A & SOUTHllRN
Cllnioi ,C Osceola ex .. ,S O) pm 10.50 am
KANSAS CITY. PllTaHl'RC. ft OULP
Pittsburg. Jop & Neosho 11 so am 3:15 pin
Accommodation 'JO) am (:30pm
Accommodation. ..... ..x7 00pm xBWam
Leave Tuesdays. Thursiiaj a and Satur
days Arrlvu Mondays, Mvluesdays and
(Imtiil lir lie put. Vtud etrirt.
CHICAGO MILWAUKUU A SI". PAUL
Chicago patsinger x in am 7 lOpm
Chilli, nthe x pn si x5 mi pm 10 Jo am
Kxcclslor Springs special aO-15 um s$ 15 pm
KAN&AS CITY & lNDlU'L'NUKNCH AIR
Depots Second and Wyandotte and Sec
ond and Wilnut
KANSAS CITY A INDrPnNPHNCn RAP-
II) TRANSIT RAILWAY COMPANY.
D'pots Pifteenth street station. Twelfth
treut station Ninth street station
The Depot Carriage and Baggago
br.M.Nl'H ANU 111(11 VDVVAV,
FOR A CARRUQE OH BA00AGE WWO't
Proiupt ami Reliable
no rx'iit v ii wu.i.s i cut Niciir vvoitu
laleMichlqananJ Laks Superior TraiUDoikttlon',',
LAKE SUPERIOR STF.fiMEItS.
THE CHEAT LAKE ROUTE,
Owu Tliu .Ncif Mnl sUttiutblp lluiiltou,
Gaillnea From Chicago.
lor Jlacktmu leUud. lelrull CleerlunJ. RulTalo,
loronto Hi , MonMM, Tue.9l it, Weed. I U J. 1L
itt i M.sita.v.M
JorlUrbor bcrltiic.. letiteT. Cbirlcrolz, etc i Moo.
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tor bnult bte Mark. Mariiuctt Hancock, Uouffbtoo,
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