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Tim KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SAT'IIDAY. SKrTKMIWU 21, IfliU
PSERVATION OP MOISTURE.
tll'.l'Olir ON IM I sritlATION 01' SOILS
IS 11.1 lllt Itl.tllONs.
An Adverse Opinion if t rlmenn tlnv-er-lr"
rlgallii'i; trier) -I ruling lings .New
turn Ijiji-m iiii.I Nonl.njrr-
Miilu it I Ire lu.unimo.
The t-purl mem or agriculture I about
to publish a pamphlet fhowlnit Hit amount
Kit ili i n itinnnt kind of ll and th
U-ui.ui ,ikn will bo that iibolltnft can
link' inri.uitnre reliably ptoiltalile In
W'-t rn hmM and NrbfMkA. The ex.
Jieritn mi were made by liiuinK a spoolnl
"(, ni m nd in specimen of oll from thai
n i ion during the month of May and later
A tube dtiven down Into the ground a
foot or in .tr ami tlitn withdrawn and b)lh
etuis i.ii..i tip air -tight and hlpped here,
win u the nnaljsis Is mode. Hpm linen are
taki a ftxim nil kinds of solla und under
nil f Tt i .if conditions.
i' m rm some of tlio Kansas experiments
tin ..111 I il report will pay:
"In the tvetorn wrt of Kansas and N.
lirnska, where tho rainfall Is small and tha
itmsirvntlou of the moWmru which falls
iii tlie soil Is of such uat Importame, It
lint decided to study the conditions under
cnunir) methods of culttvullon, subsoil
ltg and Irrigation. Tho practice of ub
fo.lniB la bo new In Kansas, howeer, that
li was not possible to locnto the obsorva
tions on lands which had been sub-o.led
noine time proMously, and In mutt ca.ua
the -ubaoillng had been done shoit.y bo tor,?
the observations commented and with no
Mibsciiumt rains to moisten tin. subsollcd
'The data from Colbj, Scott City, Poivltr
und L'lllnvvood for thu tiiutuh of May chow
that the fcull under ordinary cultivation
coiitaliK.il fruin i to 10 prr .em time wutu.
than the prim It sod. in several oasis tne
iuuuuiit ui tiiotstuie l mo o than doubled
from the tllect of cultivation during this
dry month, and crops growing on it could
have had tube in imic.li -water as on the
nod land. The lmpoilniuo of th.a need not
In enlarged upon here. At all lour oi thf,
iihicos the Irrigated Ileitis .uiitiilii.it about
( per cent more water than the field under
ordinary cultivation, mid from these rec
ords It would tippenr that In thu Judgment
if these obteivets li or W per cult of
.lnedsturo Is tho matt favorable condition
(for thi Ir soil alid crop-, for this Is the
'condition they maintain when they can
control tho water supply,
"At Colby and Scott City the rubsolled
field contained consldenibl) kss moisture
than the Held under oidlnary cultl.it on.
The reason for this Is undoubtedly duo to
the fact thnt thcio had been no inln tdnee
the subsolllng had boon done, and the act
of subsolllng had dred out the mound.
,Jt will be seen that both of these solid ab
sorbed more of the rainfall of May 3) than
the soils under ordinal y i tilth. itl in.
"Itosults from Phllllpsuiirg-, Kn nro
more dlllleult to explain, Ilei" during this
dry season there appears to have been less
iiioistuio In tho koII which had ben eultl
Mited than In the uncultivated lincl It
appears that In this ease cultivation was
Jiot only not benotlelnl. so far ns the water
Mipply was concerned, but was tlecl led'y
prejudicial. Tho examination of tho tixt
ure of the soil will probably thtow light
"At Wellington. Slnfford, Mnnkato and
H.ni'ii, Kns., cultivation stems to have lnu
little or no effect upon the water contents
of the soils during this dry .eion. The
results ot the Investigations of the texture
tiiul physical properties of these S0II3 vv II
probably throw light on thi.e faet.s and
Klvo valuable suggestions ns to the most
intelligent methods of rulthntlon of thes
beier.il varieties of soil.
"The data from Geneva. Neb , are from
land which has been thoroughly cultivated
Jn nursery stock for a number of nivs.
Tho subsolllng had been done some time
previous to tiiklnff the samples and the
results through the month of .May show
imlformlv about 2 per cent moie malstuie
5n the slibsolled land over the tlelds under
ordinary cultivation and abuitt the sinie In
this soil over that In the uncultivated.
"On May 30 a veiy generrus and abundant
rnln fell In all the localities In tlio West,
und the relative position of the molstiir
curves hns been xeiy materially changed
ns will nppear In the charts showing tlio
condition for the month ot June "
These renorls will be teady for distribu
tion In a s-hort time and any one can secure
11 copy by sending In a request to tho de
partment. It Is the estimate of the olllclals
that the report will contain much Infoi illa
tion of practical use to the people of that
Adverse Optiihili if t'rlunun Clover.
Fred W. 'Card, of the University of Ne
braska, In Nelirnka V inner: A correspond
ent asks about the value of eilni'oti (.lover
Jn tho V( st. With only a very limited ex
perience to .pak from It seems to me
unsafe to recommend It. In August of li'tf
jilats of crimson (lover and a number of
other grntci and clovers were sown at
the station farm with a kw to determine
their -value for fotniing a winter covering
for the sull The conditions at the time
xvere favotable, for a good rain not far
fiom the lime of i-owlng caused the seed
to germinate well und nil the klndn had .1
j,oo 1 (.bailee to show what they could do
under our conditions. It .should be borne
In mind that the ehltf alue for which
. Unison elovir Is now being so wldelj ii.q
omirended is as a winter covering for or
chards The pioper caie of an oiuhnrd de
mands coiiMitut cultivation dining the cai
1 p.irt of the season to kiep the wood
nod fruit In vlgoious growth. In legions of
Jravy i.iinfall, hovvevir, It Is often best to
Hop mluv.ulon toward the end of summer
to avoid too late fall growth and con.st
cpionilj lender wood that cannot enduie the
wlntei well Coveting the ground with a
Itrowing crop aids in this objei t and aUo
nl'l'oids the advantages of gin 11 uianutliig
m tho same time. A plant to give .satlh
f.i. uon for Ein.lt winter covering should be
tib( to make n, qulik and vlgoious fall
f.rowh sulllelent to form a good covering
f.r the boil dutlng the winter when sown
la'o und it should at the same time be ,1
niirog. n gattiirier. theteby adding to the
fertility of the soil. Cilmson clover meets
this demand In an admirable way In sec
tiuiis whi. h arc well adpatcd to Its growth,
but here the autumns 1110 so dry that it Is
ury diluVnlt to get It started, and iven
then it cannot make sutlielont growth to
furm anything liko a satisfactory coveting
for the soil or Indeed t nough 10 enable it
to come through the winter alive. In the
trial rcfened to nbovo thu plants made but
u weak and fecblo giowth and none of
them lived through tho winter. What Its
xaluo as a forage plant, sown early In the
HHing, would be, I am unable to say, but
should not expect ery eieat result!, from
11 tor that puipose.
I U. JMcice, In Country Gentlemnn:
There Is an exlentlvo hvvamp In tho w ost
ein part of tho (.aunty vvhetu lirlgatlou
is being piactlced on a coimldcrablo scale.
The main ciop is cell ry, and tho outfit ion
lbts of a second-hand threshing engine
una ti distributing pipe of tlvc-luch &uwcr
J I every Maty feet, tho pipe being laid In tho
1 V. Kroiuid, Tho upper enil of the nlpu Is In a
I to) barrel tank, and fcuch Is tho tjuantlty
leinurcu iliac mis laiuc may uo emiiiteit 111
two hours. The water In simply raised from
u stream to a height of six teet, and then
llovva to all jiarts of tho distributing" iilpo,
11 out which It Is distributed with huso
Hum tho hydiants. Tho eolery Is grown
upon tho clu-.o planting tystem, doublu thu
umount of platitH being used hh compared
with ordlnnty celery gi owing, if any lead
er ihcofces to Ilgmu the umount that can
In- gtow n upon an ucie, tho curly planted
tlx inches by twelve, and the I.ito eight by
twulve, ho will see what there is In it In a
teason so dry that uniulgutcd plantations
ute a failure.
Thu oppoitunlllea nro not us gient In
ottur biaucliet, of gaidenlug, but still to
Hood us to wiutani 11 considerable outluy
where a good market U close by. Last
iar the spring was dty and early oucum.
tiers u ftulute. 1 eixvf somu mugiililccnt
hpeclmens of the long grien nriety letull
lug at u dime each, and ho frosh und beau
tiful that 1 was Bute thty wutu not bhlppcd
Hoik, lmiulry luvealed that they weiu
flown upon n city lot lnlstttc.nl iy city
.ater, Htaited rally In a. small plant
houte, they vvete by the help of plenty ot
water yielding tuough to pay for the lot
in two or thieo jcau.' time. With plenty
of water and very ileh ground a. cut um
ber tan bo inuturecl upon uvery square
foot, und at a cent apiece It comes to the
snug bum of moie than J 130 per ucie. At a
dollar u dozen the tixutes ure still moie
lupttvatlng. There are muny Melds In the
toul measures wheiu lirlutlon might be
Piactlced by gravity, with water Issuing
fiom eoul iiitiies or steam pumps, but tho
water Is strongly Impiegnated with lion
und sulphur, and It might not bo good for
glowing vegetables.. l,and uround coal
banks Is geiierully owned by corporations
who do not garden, or by ignoiant mineis
xvho would not lirlgate if the means weio
fuiiilshcd, so tlio eipeilment of tuiug to
uso thu water Is not made. There is a
Bwamn of this character In Tallmodge,
xv hero a good many ucies could be moro
or Sess wuteicd by running wuter, but tho
ovvncis ure contented to farm in tho old
way, and this easy chance for Irrigation Is
fc-olng unlmpioved. , ,
I neglected to say, when speaking of the
li-rltafiiiE plant west of Akron, thut the
owners bought a lltrht thr. h' u nrnine
I .r h) "pint n f , ', ii.ii.s tit 1110,
It 1 lll( I! fit 111111) ' 1. I' ! I .- soilll 1
II 1 tritstwo! ih In -1 i r. ir 11 in ml , r of
v.arft use. iiml ban In 1 n 1 un with i 1. lei
sure of 11 pouivls hern nn, inn Kit
a sfond-lmnd rrrv 1 ' 1, . c II
materlnllv llphtf i1
Hon, Ihl Is nt.,r
I t ' t t Hi
n wind engine witt 1. rn k m 1 r nim'
tnnk the tnk im 1 1 t 1,0 01 1 11 1 1 v
of s-everal thnu 11 I 1 urel to tuppl) water
when tho wind 'I... s i.ot blow.
IVrdlllif lli'4;4 Nimi rnril,
Corrctt-omkfle tVnirtfy Ocntlnmnn: ttM
ownf whut stubble ith-mninir, thr oomen
a Wp boforo nrW corn in rrmdy to fBit,
w1ii th rwlno of the farm ntn? often fitwti
isf f-vd, prU-ulr) Kt-ftin, ntnl too often
itrnni a rri, t;,l a lonsmpieme th
nnimnld are wenkrnol This nwy not he
nou. 4ibl to the formrr, but It remain
(l Mel all the mmc.
An! tnutf rhnM( thl, at lht tlnx In th
)mr fhe lir mpply In apt to be in
ulllcle'nt, making Mi wtnkw mthy mud
rcinlci', which nton4 ot beSnn a source of
comfort ml hmtKlv to the hog hecoms
dlFA fintir, 1 ivdfr these eon Utloh
the unlmaJn, inrttdd of developing thrifty
'mlill of unvwrth, In the other dlrw;
tlun, nil their poiteis weketiInK. On most
r.irmss whfre swIiip growing ii A regular
btMniesi, at this tune ut jwvr the lrmi
r' mrmockel, when tho euro given, U
oofwlUrtnV-not more thn! the farm nhotibl
carry, hut mure t-hnti the farmer care tof.
Thl gnp heiWTwii mnnll groin gstnln
and new eurti, I the Inost umhcalthful of
the jtar for ihe vvlm, The weather in
i-lthe.r hot and dry, oreit the other extr mo,
Iwth eondlMenm fovvrahni to th botes dovii
epltis thlr natural trait of kulnemi. They
wl?l nly sv cliwre by tho wallow a-nd
hV that th?lr system will suffer for
wnt of propi r axcrelatf. Too otten theto
l 110 Inducement In the sdinpo of (trass or
ither food for them to take t xcrrtsr.
When a hog 1 rompelbd to In- lonsta-nt
Iy on th mwve to ga-ther enough food to
sustain life, he Is in a utndittoh favorable
t con tract dlnenne. And while sustiilnlnw
lite uiultr theso eotiditlonn, he M ot no
profitable value to hlw owner. The farmer
thttt turn bin hog Into the small grnln
llfidtf to glean tin 111, makes a, n 1 tou mis
take If he cities nut arrange to keep up
a regulnr supply of few I from tho time
the glfniilnai full, till new corn Is rend.
The custom with too many I to lot them
thrive w bewt the ma. As long as they
an sev heads of grain nattered over the
Held where ttiey wulk over It they R?-sum-
that tdicre Is pienty for the hogs
and I'hat the are elolug well. The thought
never iortu-si to thenv that the hog may
w,Mlr hlttiKoir out aad irrow tiooler every
duy galhs ring thl seaittred grain. With
a. llg-ht feed ot other gialn, and whit g'.unn
lng they get, tho nntumls will keti
hccilthj and thrlftj, and give to the owner
some prolit. The si art supply of grain,
ami grus, with t.wor wiiter, tel.K scrlou!
on Uie lotis'ilttitlon.s of the .ililnmU.
The class of futmers that fatten swine
nnl do not grow them buy these thin
animal to consume their corn iop, nni
they tigard tt as a matter of guod for
tune that they arc." able to pinch im tl em
so low in lles-h, pre filling them to iniiT. i,s
that ,110 In l-imhI thrifty condition nud in
good llmh. The farmer that no Is "tie
thin ar.lmnu to fat on his own gtain, I a '.let
much pkasute Itl contemplation of ihe rap
leli gain thej will iiiako when they tomo
to ne-w corn feeilltng.
Other farmers go to tne gre.i mnritet
center and jiuieha'.o th ir hogi that have
In en thrown on the market fror, (irouth
tlstrlcts. or from fear of lu..o 0 (lis nse.
Thece all come to the llculj or lots where
the are to be fed new coin, ravenous with
The feeder forgets the conditions tinder
which they have been existing for n lime,
and rushes them to .1 full fe d as soon is
posslblo. The time taken to n .K-h full
feed Is, in most eases, too Mhoit; mid b
sldts, 110 care is taken to give them a va
riety ot food, it Is corn or nothing. A
hog will t ike to a full ration of corn better
from a full Mipply of gra"s than ho will
with an empty stum.ich. Yet the fanner
m ij easily overfeed under LMh conditions.
We have known serious results to follow
new corn feeding within ten elus alter tho
llrst feed Is given. At other limes disease
has not nppearenl for .1 few Wenks after
the feei.tlng comini n es. Ilul In both cases
the dii-ease leMiltltig fiom overteedlng,
tho anlmuls r-atlng moie than they weie
able to dlhcbt. wheieas Had they been in
good lle.sh and In good thrifty condition,
and their hton.achs lull when they eumo to
new corn, they would nut hnve overfml so
imsIIj. We know It is vctv hard to with
hold the feed trom a squealing ravenous
herd of hogs, thai appeal to hnve capacity
to coiiMimo almost unlimited ciuaiulties of
new coin. Still we must do It or sustain
Another soiuce of trouble on many farms
! the eubiom of allowing l.ito summei
or fall pigs to feed allium entirely on
csjrn, often lit the lois with the hogs fat
tening lor matket. Their t stems cannot
Kfiliel niieh btioitg fooel long at tt time-.
I'lider these conditions ot feeding hog
eholei.i or .swliiu plut,uo Is dc v c lope 1 in
Its most xlole'iit lorm. It is sometimes
hnrl to lex ate the starting point, foi no
tirmci is willing to auinlt iliiit ii sinus in
his held. It Is much more satisfactory
to iihift the mlsfoitiine to somu other
source the buzzards or the shiftless and
wandering cm. While these are not with
out blame, the fact remains the- same that
the above conditions .110 In the main the
souiee of the disease and loss In the fall
and c.nly winter,
Co. id l.'-e for Cheip Out",
National Stockman: There Is a grunt deal
of complaint about I lie- low prlee-s for oats,
which uio now in tome parts of the coun
try about as cheap as hay. (lood pilces
tor this eeie.il would mean mm h this year
to many, as It is about the only cash crop
to tel 011 In the absence of u wheat crop.
Hut It may be that lit tho long run tlin
cheapness of oats will piove some thing of
a. blessing In disguise. Theiu will be u
er, at temptation this cnr to thiuw in
the coin at a lively rate Com, while the;
best fattening giaiii on earth, is nut a. well
balanced feed, and the cheap oats m,i b
used to gte.it udvautnge in the way of a
In iter balanced lalloii. This upplles espe
cially to ouug slock, which, uh a iiilc,
gets moru com und less oats than Is yood
Tenting the IMulltj of Oil He-ill.
The use oil cake Is becoming so general
In feeding opeialions thut It Is well to
make sine that ou are getting a genu
ine urtlele. In the Hist place, use only lb.
old process meal, and In the second place
buy It from coiiciri.s that can bu lellc-d
upon to give ou honest goods.
iluoimoub iiunntltles of oil cake are fed
In the old counuy unci It would bo well If
lingo users ot It In the United Htates would
adopt tho same means of testing tho cake
that H in common use on tho other bide,
to-wlt: . , ., , ,
I'ulvcriio tho cuko or meal finely nnd as
ciituin how much water It will soak up
unci thoioughly mixing and peiuilttlug
b.iuiB to stuud three hours, 'inseod cake'
or "oil meal" uf btandaid puilty and qual-
1... ,. 1.1 .....!.. ..I.U.-. I. ,... tn!r ,11, t, t
111 SIIOOIU fltvo MW.-.W,,. w ...... ..,- -
least live pai ts of water without an re
maining 011 lop to one part ot piilverl.eel
cake or meal, and any that will nut Is
valued at JI.W per ton less for every part
less or waitr absorbed. I or example: l'ul
veri.cd onkei or mc-.il una pail, wutii- live
pails, fully iibsoib(d, belna- worth UJ per
ton. i'ulverlzed caku or meal one pail,
water four pans, tully abboibc-cl, Is worth
on same basis JJO.C per ton. If, und. r
same conditions, but three, parts are 11b-
SOt hell, VUillo IS Ulll) iu.a-J j", ,'... -w
oidlnary glass und u incasuu us latge as
a thimble or a wne glass uio the onlj
mcusurcs 0U uted. liieeduib UuMttu,
l.uyer unci .(Ul-l,ae'r,
If tho most piollllc hens are retained
and the wouhl-ss ones maikelcd. 11 glial
Improvement will .soon result. It Is the
keeping of the drones that make eipeiuus
laito and leeeltits small. It ie a loss of
tlmo and money to teed te-ii hens In ol
der to secuic- eggs trotn only live. A small
lloek of lu lug hens Is more prolltable
tliau a. luige llock that H "u.Npicted tu
begin laying. Don't depend on uncertain
ties. The luns that uio not laiiig duiing
those periods of the year when all tho con
ditions for to doin' uio in their favor,
will glvu but little piollt when the condi
tions are ugalnbt tin in.
It Is a great rl-lc to keep a llock of hens
on tho piobablllly that th ure "about"
to lay. Tho mobt deceiving hens in thai
lespeU are those that uru apparently in
a Hty Inalthy and thrifty condition, but
ure too fut, On tho pilmlplo that "food
mukib eggs" these hens uu Ucl Ilberully,
und while thtlr apiictue will s.itisry thu
most sanguine owiiw, tho bottom of the
i-gh basket is never covered. l''inull,as time
tiles on and tho biasou Is well aviinetd,
u littles rellcction points to tho fuct that
bu. li hens cannot now pay tor past fa-x-ois,
even should they begin hijing, and
the accounts plucu litem on the wrong
side of thu biluuce sheet. And now, win 11
tha liens begin to lay, having been hlghly
fed, the moulting stage c-oiues on, and it
takes them three mouths moiu to thud
their old feather nud put 011 a now suit
all at their owner's expense, Poultry
VThcro' Is a vvldo difference In hens. Some
will begin lajing luto in tho full, lay 011
thiviugh tho winter and during tho summer,
losing no time until August or Septeuibei,
when they begin to moult. Hut moulting
Is fatal to bueh hens, as they recelvu no
credit Tor their good works. If they set an
exumplo of usefulness they lead their ow li
tis tu expect tncin to continue, and a soon
as they fail to keep on their heads fall
undtr Ihe hatonet for simply resting from
their labors, while tho fut drono heua that
have been expuctcd to begin, ure ictnlticd
u second jvur In the hope that they will do
hi tt. r trtite 1 .s not receive tl r. ward,
iv. 11 11 in lig t! h-n lnlivllii.il merit Is
wnll.nvi I up In the Mai e.f t'.e whole
Tho most uncertain of all nro Ihe early
pull, to A pull, t that doe liril begin to
liv iWore she t ien months old should bo
pt li the rnirhet stall. It dors not pnv
1 . t. i 1 .Ho '., roplace hen, unle tho
pull, 1 ii. mn 1.1 i in Norembor, nnd then
lav l f x tli.- w it -1 n Ihes pullet l
low in liotcli t-u in lay. tin- cist of her
m.i'nti 1111111 r rletrnrts from th prnilts to
greatly When early pullets (thorn hatchr I
not later than Anrin do not begin In Nen
vembsr. It is solium ihse will I tie until
I ho oponlng of spring. Ilia much cheaper
to kep the old bona dtirltiK the three
monins rrnuirr.l ror tne mouiiing pro. -i"
than to soil thorn eff and repine them with
evirly pnllots thnt do not Inv The old h ns
will oust le, and pay Imttot- No early
niillot et-lll pnv for herself until he Is at
lol eluhteon months old, and h must ip
turn Ihe met from the tlttin she begin lay
ing, a tribute which the hen has lraly
paid. To Insure a profit, even though a
small one, keep no non-layem. Hotter food
one hon whliii produce eggs thnn to keep
it do.-a, nnd get nothing The larger the
number, the greater the vml; but It Is not
tho mi,, thnt the larger the number the
moro eggs produced. A staled above, too
much time is lost In wntlnjt for hens to bo.
gin to ty, even aftrr winter sot In II I
safe to s,iy that, except In warmer cllmatos
than ours, the hen that have not starte.1
in on their elutv of egg production before
the pre lent tlmo, will not overload tho egg
bnsket brfore spring. Hut us the prtng
open, and they "settle down to work,"
they wlM astonish their owners for tholr
resting during the winter will bring them
out In the spring ready to lav ns long as
they nro properly managed, until thov get
teady to don their featliors In tho fait,
.Mutunl lire Itminitii rj
I mutual Insurance permanent Insurtnco,
und Is It n uceiss in the states where It
hns been long tried? Let u see. We find
the mutual Insurance companion In I'enti
svlvnnla are now ceirrliig over JlO.WJ.Oo)
of property ngnlnst loss or damage fiom
tire and lightning We also learn a very
Interesting fmt from Pennsylvania, and
that Is that otto company located In l'hllei
(1 Iphla, i illenl "The Contrlbutlonthlp for
Insurance on Iioiim ng ilnst loss by lire"
was nrg.inlted In li".-'. one of the directors
Ot this lompnny was llenjamln rtntiklin.
It was the llrst lire Insur.inco eompiinv of
any kind ever organized In tho 1'nlted
Stale. It Is running successfully at thht
time and Is rirrytng over JI3.0u),"W Insur
ance. Another company, also doing busi
ness In Philadelphia, ( ailed "The Mutual
Assurance Compinj, for Insuring house'
against loss by lire,1' wan organized In l?Ml,
and l now ntrrlng over JUMKjc'.WO Insur
ance. We Iln.l four other companies In
that Hlate that have been running over
sixty .vears, twent that have been run-uiiix-
over tlfty cars, and twc-ntv-llve
enrs. It would seem thnt In this state,
nt least, thet are successful. We Mud In
Michigan slxt-slx mutual companies,
l-'iom their teport they nic doing a verv
tlourlshii g business. Three there have
been lu .11 the operation for ov. r thlil
flve ears, and nineteen for over t lit 1 1
years, and twenty-seven for over twin ti
the yen is.
Many companies In Iowa have boon run
ning for ovrr tw'enty enis, and the Mut
ual Insuiancc Company of Iowa alone- Is
now carrlng ?1 Iii,7-,u0tj In risks. Wo also
hnrn that tor the past year the average
cost for this vast amount of Intent. nice
has bun $-.'.ul, which would make 111 live
years, tQM per thousand. We Unci In Illi
nois tin- volume of Insurance now being
.-.-tilled by thu mutual companies amounts
to J10l,SIU,Jol.l7. We also tlnd a table pre
pared bj their state auditor giving thu
average amount of tho cost per one thou
sand insurance lu Illinois, for twenty
je.us, to bo Jl.Cn per thousand per year,
making a remarkable low lost for that
vast umount of Insurance, or nn nverago
of JS for the cnis, per Jl.cV) Insurance.
It docs not seem necissnry to continue
with otner atntes to show all this fact.
That the farmois can cany the Ir Insuiancc
at n cost not to exceed one-thlid of the
pitHctit rates charged by tho stock com
panies of his state, and It seems to me that
these flgines will demonstrate to nn.vimo
thu fiut that mutual Insurtnco lompnnbs
lire as lasting, nnd ns much to be depend
ed upon as stock companies. Mutual In
surance In N'ebr iske Is making a veiy le
m.itkable giowth and the stock compinles
die; teall7litg that their business with the
fiirmeis hire la rapidly drawing to nn
end. of ionise, tiny ate putting fotth
eviry oitort lir their power to tetard their
iiiogiess, but their efforts are not meet
ing with success, and the time must sp ed
ilv come when evety farmer ill the state
will awaken to his luteiost, and Insure
In no company but one organl7ed and iuii
expressly lor him. Nebraska i'aimci.
storing Winter egrtutilrs.
Ilola Pay, In rami Xevvs: Hcforo any
fruit or vegetables aie put 1n the cellar for
winter use, clean it thoroughly, disinfect
and whitewash It. Whitewash makes a
cellar cleaner and Uphter, and it should bo
done every spring und fall. Sulphur Is a
eh.'ip and eflec-llve disinfectant. Clo-e all
ciacks and bum a pound of sulphur by
throwing It upon ttdhot coals lu an Iron
k.-ttlu placed In the middle ot the cellar.
Then thoroughly ventilate.
A diy cellar Is nec-e--ary to keep vegeta
bles in .1 good condition: and the ilrer the
seller the s liable it is to freeze. A peck
of lime pluc ed In the cellar and renewed
every two weeks will absorb u great deal
If the butter Is kept In tho cellar with
the vegetables, keep It ns far Horn them as
possible. Tie a thick cloth over the- lop ot
the 1ar and put an earthen or wouden
cover on lop.
Set the Jar on slats to Insure a free cir
culation of all. If pi iced on the cellar Moor
mold will lorm on the bottom.
As a lule beets, carrots and roots of nil
kinds should lie gatheied the last week
in October or the llrst week In November,
though one must be gov 11 tied by the con
dition ot tho crop. Cut olf the tors with .1
sh.np hoe, while the roots are yet in tin
giouud lint in the topping do not cut In
to the quick. Pull after a few- clays. This
work should be clone whin the giouud Is
dry Take a root In each hand knoi k them
sently together to Jar on the toll. This
fleeing tho toots fiom soil Is an important
point In their goo I keeping. Store in ei
cool cellar. In barrels, with .1 Utile moist
soil over them. Hoots may be kept In a
food condition all winter by storing In a
.liy pit. Spread a layer of straw over
them, then eaith over, to the depth of eight
or ten Inches, and then a lnyer of manuie
to pt event the earth from fiee.lng. Thus
kept they can be taken from the- pit at uny
lime during tho winter. They will tetaiti
their freshness until May.
Onions should bo harvested In a dry tlmo
ai they will veitaliily decay If damp soil
Is left adhering to them. Let them lie until
thoioughly dry before storing awuy. They
keep best lu a cool, dry, well ventilated
place. They may bu peifectly preserved If
spread on a Jujer of straw In a frost in oof
The essentials for Ihe preservation of
winter squashes 111 they should be per
fectly ripe, gatheied on .1 sunny da betore
tilt. mil bv thu fiost. carefully handled and
kept 111 11 dty place, where the temperature
Li uniform. If these hints uio followed sat
Isfuetot results will follow.
On a plea jati t day, Just before freezing,
pull the cabbages and turn them ove r on
their heads a few hours to drain. Then
hang up In 11 cool c liar. Another method
H to take one or more barrels, dig a hole
so that tho bail el will be a built thiee
fourths In eaith. Trim oft the outs do
leaves of the cabbage and p.u-k lu thu bai-
reis ns tigntiy as nussunc. eiu me niouin
of the- Kurd wltli straw, cover wlih 11
plcco of carpet nnd thiuw oil enough mrth
10 prevent ticczlng,
Dig the potatoes as soon ns tho tkln sets,
Ilg them when tho ground is diy and when
theie la piomlse of a continuance of fair
weather for 11 lew days. Oaiitii soil cling
ing 10 the UiIk-is will not only hasten tho
guunliiatlon ut lot germs, but Is liijuitnus
to their good keeping. Uiy thoioughly and
stotd lii 11 edlar thnt can bu kept us cool
us possible without fuezlug. if stored lu
an outsldei pit do nut put more than twelve
btuheU lu a pit, as potatoes keep best in
Wide 'lire, let.
"At tho Ohio stnto universitv," tuu ihe
Carriage Journal, "a cjJt was m.i-'e Utirlnir
the lull of lust )ear, ihe result of whi'h
was .is follows: An oidinany vvag-an,
-with a ne-w ihieu-imh Hie, was oad.-.l
wlin -UW pound, tho diiamomote- be.
In." used to iiiiusuio tho draft, un ,1 haul
dirt toad thu draft was "j pound, on u
gr.ttu Held It was -M pounck; oil iicwiy
plowcd laud it was nl pji.i.d.. Ihe drift
.iW.r of 11 horse of J'isi pound H JW
pounds, and theiufoio two lur-s co-.t 4
draw thu load easily on .1 gr-us sod.
With n. narrow tire, half as mucii Is a
full lotdi tor n, two-hotto team, s-howlng
a inaikvil advantage for the vvldo ur,
la addition to which they become revllmv,
audi smooth and level the road, and so
tuako It better tha moiu It Is use-d, In
stead ot cutting it Into tuts, ate 1st well
known the narrow tires do on soft roadi,"
.Vllil-ell.ltleoiH Noll it.
There nio now forty-on I-'armen' Mu
tual li-miancu Companies doing bunluo-s
ill Nebiuska. Theto conipaniea aio carrying-
over S1j.0cX,ijo0 lnbitratK'c- ilsk and' had
i.c'.i Ubg than H,CW in losses up to Jan
uary 1-', lbs3.
Someone has found out how far r. fanrer
Jt.i to walk to put lu and intend torty
ucres of corn. To plow tho ground with
a blieteeii Inch, prow ho has to walk 3j)
jrsllcw. to liarrovv It thoroug-hly befo-o
jil.inlliig ho walks liny inllcu audi to cul
itlvato It uftervvards he wilt have to travel
tod miles, uiiiklng a gruud total uf 7e0
intlta, besidea gathering-.
Economy Is commeudablo If true, but
fnl-ie 1 intny trnds o t 11 I Itl Ibis
litter- it' uor e 1,1111 till 1 1 'I lltlllt
Hilt th, I. ttlllllits l.f lb- I- eM.lll Of
Pi hug ...in uio in of I. ii - Mum milk
without tho .icblltton of sn'i . ml inn eons
fool, or allowing the pig n w nllier the
" b- illlg to the
K . f ....II. MM tl...
Mieie one ' I ' ,."i, ... m .-. ..,.
inonierei I , te i ' I M i i in,.,. , . -,-iiii,h ,,,
at..,,, ,1.. t .... .1 1. nni.t, Hi I, lit, If tnr
i .. . . . .
incest i , 1 I. itl oi so. i n if iiirui nil
b" i . t i.vliig In In k itmteHil of
-ni , i..... l..ihb In iltj, ti,..i.M ' tnfttna.l
.u... .. ... i t... ..... li.r. In.
i nn i ' i 'I iieiiiii.i.iin ' , .,.n.v..-.
' oi when tho wenthor I pious mt
! One of tho f .-ill ores of th.- l'lootwool
1 ......... - . . . . - .1 1 t .. ..........n.
mooting lam ve o, k who .'.'- , n., inn-n.
tried with ntnttigcit retygen fm tin- purpo,i
of re Moving hoise from illatuss In brenth-
ni rcnolllg notsos lieitn mrii--r tu .....nir
Ing diirltig or after u evei.- hint lhls
gi n first tried oh AtlX In In r fast ex
hlhltliin mile, nnd Andy Mel'owi II tin
favnraMv Impressocl ns to sie after th'
hent that It wn loally mio of the In -l
mile that Atlx ever wont, nil things enn
stelored. Ofejnlroil oxygen Wii- also admin
istered to Axote ptcvloua t.. tin. so. . i I
beat In tho fieo.ror--nll trnt on ulitrs'lnv ,
and he wont the greatest mltc of hi III.,
the time being J eftit, artel flnl-led appm.
etitlv ijultn edsy at ifint. The i ..n-etisus c f
opinion nmong those win) hnv- used and
hav soon It us, il Is thnt ngnnlynl oxjkhi
1 lust what Is rt'iUlri"d for a ulsltessid
horse -Hot Hrerdc r.
1 .liiters fur Huns m,
6h!ppsd d.ih In secure packgs by
OHOHelH KYMMt.L. Hriigglst.
Upputlte walling room, union dipot.
t AM HU-. tlAI.lt HI'll.
WANTHli I'ermnnent work for in live
men Hillary or commission and ixp-nsis,
tvpit I'lnci tintw i esH.ir , goods thcitoughly
prnc tic ll, pa sure, slstitn perfect Ad
dress K. H. cc, M Summer st Jlostoii.Mass.
WANTK.D -Aetlvo salrsnu n ! icpris, nt
lis, im inclining; saint) fT.'i moiitlth and all
i-xpeiise-s, good entlrel new pirtuiilns
free. Addles P. O. Ho x Mi is, Huston, Mass
' v A NT iTfrTnremn n for "hnt e 1 . i wulteis
iitul MiHllnilll. Hebelg's, 7.0 Main, Up-
WANTHli Mnti uf sober liiiblt; wngis,
J2 tcr chiv. 6.1 Main t tipst ilrs.
WANTI'li . oung men, lo n week, light
work. II West nth st , room !i.
V .N I'lHI PHUAI.i: HHI,!'.
WANTi:i -l-'lrst cook that unde-rstninls
meat and paetiy (white): wages from li! to
$7 per week. At Sve-a hotel, Hirt-lU Holly St.
WAN'TI.O V. gooel. steady girl for dining
room work, wages, W to J1.uO per week. At
I71U Hull st.
WANTI.n-norni.nl or Swede gill f.u
general housework. Call ut -lei New Yolk
WANTi;l-r.n eilru girl" Apph stae
oiitituico Audltorliiiii at lu j) a. in. Satui
!iy. I StlI (IV til M- AC1I M tt'1.
CANADIAN KMPI.OVMP.NT OPFICB.
nd furnished rooms 10l i:tt 12th, cor
Walnut Tel H7l The best tdnco In K 12..
Mo , to find help or situations male or fe
male; 14. years' oipprlonce Hef Omnhi
Nat bnnk. Omaha' Cltli ns' b-ink. 1C C
MIINHY TO I.I) W.
TIIH Northwestern Mutual Iiro Insur
ance Compnny. of Mllwnukee. will make
loans on choice Improved property at 5,
-i.j and 0 tier cent interest: no c onimlssion
and no gold cl.iui'e. Inquire nt the otllio
of the cnmp-iny, No, "10 M i-saehusetts
btilldtng, Kansas City, Mo. John W. Olsh,
Stieclal Honn Agent.
TtlNl5 W A r.'A 11V I,0NS-Kansns and
Missouri; B and 7 per tent iiinin y. If you
have loans coming due. nlvlm- and ie
money. It. 1.. JOH.SSoN .; CO.
!- N V, I.lfe bide.
MONHi TO I.OAN (luck low rtltes
II I. JOHNSON" A. CO. J V Life bldg.
'It) "I III'. .tlllttCIIAN I 'I.
WHO handles jour dr.oagi ? Do you get
quick, reliable service? Hoes our trans
fe r company look out for lour Interests'
If you have good reasons fm a change, wo
would be plinsid to bear fiom you. Fur
niture picked and shipped. Oene-ral trans
MIDLAND TltVNSrnit COMPANY.
'Phone 1517 107 and 401 Wvandotte st
CI, HAP. IIAVVNA e'lGAHf Cuban liand
imde I foi Kc Ho.il Havana stogies, fi
for 10.- fi II luth st , mar Journal bldg.
Oeo W Itoso. H.
CHItONOMHTHH. watoh nnd v'lock
muker J. P Kemmilr. I, Cast llilh st., bet.
Main and Walnut.
i.osr ok sim.i'N.
LOST nit Sloi.llX 1'rldny nftinoon,
lad' gold watch mil chain, going fiom
V'Vi WiiMiluRtou Ht . i iei on loth to Cc n
tliil. north on Ciiilial to Utb, east on lull
to Main, south on M iln to Kith, white
watch was missed. Nun. "Dora" engiaved
on lnl(lc case. T.lbei il rcvvnrd to Under,
dipt. Henry J Tayloi, lioo Grand av.-
iiiti'sil nti rtc coat..
l'.ICll. oily and cle in to liuliille, linrns to
a white ash nnd wont i-lack by ipoMire,
a home Industiy Now Is thu lliuu to buy
your coal Tel 2191 or 1073.
1,. T. 11UKNHON A-t. for Company.
Ani-rlean It-ink It'ilc
t Hen isii: inrtci.i:s.
Whl want a eung man In every town In
Mlsboiirl, Kansas und Nebraska to handle
our wheels Cue. our caiiilogitu and prluea
to agents KANSAS CITY HICYCHH Co .
1027 and HCJ HroacHva, Kansas City, Mo.
ciiicveio ctrvti dyh uoiik.
folt.MHHI.Y 21 Hiist eleventh, nowio
c.itecl at lu7 i:.ist Twellth, In larbe- and
commodious charters, hiiltabln to their
growing ttade George Wllsoa, proprl, tor.
slice eii-or to 1 Ibon , Hanson; tel. 13.H),
n iitvoi vnp.
MUM. I,. JAMHS, the well known clilr
voynnt und trance medium, may be con
sulted at VM ilrund ave. ji triors 39 and 10.
koii KAiti; tiiscin.ttAMimis.
foil H VI. 11 c'ln in a scholar-Mill! In each
of the two leading cui-diuss coHegej 111 Iho
city. 9.3 and Wl N. Y. I.lfe bldg.
oi i:an hii'Vtti;!:,.
A CRUISE TO THE
by specially cli.-irtired steamer "Prh-staiiit"
(7 I til tons), J i nil iry J i IMI vt.-lttlnc lleiniiul i,
C.lbr.i llai . Ma i,u i.unull Alluuil.ia. Al
giers (air... in .lavs In Palenllnn He) rout
Lihcisu lonstaiitiuojil. Atheus. Home .Nice,
mil IWI and up, Hxruntluus, fees etc. Iiicludeil
Oirf.ililnd and iicccuupiiiiid 1 P. C Clark, ex
V -s VlieCoiisul.it .Irrits ile-iu, Oieail tUUets
all Hues, s-rnil for Tour st t!.umte.
V. I. rUUK'ii.iirlit ciit UlllruiiInny.X. V.
A itl Km Chichester's English rennvroal Pilli
iiiMio4 niu.), iu thu Ooct. bill, hiuu.
T.it u clt-.r cwi.l 4.., tu , l.r ctrtluu!., i-Untf
.t W..fc"t, uniiiii Hoturn Mull, i Piiiuim,
ciiiciicoicr L'luuilcal Co., i'hlUUa,, J',
III2AI, I'STA'IH 'IIIA.Nirillt-.
"NCnt IA?T7itoi flTl ! i"SO?vC7uoindeb)r
nf itlisir.i.tH unci ixunin ers of land title-,.
No. 10 l.'ast KUth Mint, fiirnlth dallj the
tiunsleis of nal estate tiled in tho luc-oid-ci't,
olllce at liana.i-i Clt, Mo.
Notice All truntferi upptiiilnir In our
dully icpoiu contalu covenants of general
wairatii unlc-.h otherwf.u tuilc-d.
John Hurtfin to M. A. Donnik-; lot
Y, block H, Pivittn addition J :,0eV)
J. II. flick nil. I wlfo to Williiini
frUk; ti.iit of lot 3, Council's iirtt
I), f. lleneon und wllo to Maud 17.
Cox; lots ir 1JJ and jurt ot Ul,
Jt. U. Wlllley and husband to l.ol.t.
M, Willie; lots 17 and IS, block 1,
Vande-rbllt placo 00
J.lllliw t liublllsOll Hlbcl wifu to 1,011.1,
It. Ilrooki, ot W, U .iuii utrt ot U,
block -1, Ch.i' iibdlvislou 1,15
Thomas Dciny and wife to John
lllclmau: lot is und tuu-t of .1,
block I, HlghUndi park 1,20)
A. M, Davie to Ucoie II, Hughes
ati vviio: tot a, uiiucit a, uonovtr
A. I'Oitel-'i uddillull. , XA
Q. Sch-ult. aivl wife to - : lot II,
block 8, falrmoutit junk 1
John liiirlman to Caroline Bchultz;
untc , 1
W. W. PoWotf and wife to Juhn
I-nsasan: lot 9, block I, N, I. Al
len's addition ,..,.. 2,cv00
A. Turgeon und wife to iJatharlno
Hall; lot S, Aflibiook Inve.tmeia
C'omuuiiy addition 100
ron s.M.r iii:.i, lsi-ath.
('IIAHMlN'il S tmm Ihnr Highly modern
'ot'mi it is ti. rfi . t n . t .fotll and
.apt iinti -i- initi'il an I in., sliding
1 "- i i i s pit ir V i i oil water,
-iiiitiii p itnb'iiK 1 i li i oi Ft, il,,
Th ' li -i on a t t i n I with n
i p1! ill. I n Mo k l in th . tb l,o-
i ' iti"U li irk . ii y hi eiisv
, tortus, , i, i, r in i p w'll pay
vent to ,1 ii . l .ii hut l piar-
.ei s for I il, ,iuir
ar,, i!2(! !i27 sini Hey niiir .
F. A. H0RN8ECK
HAND CO.MMlHfllONr.il K. C. P. & O,
7th and Wyandotte.
Beau! i I'ul Corner.
"-, 1MOT !il -oii'li nnd oast front; -Iroot
(trnli 1 i nn. I nn I pivnl with ns)dtnli
Also . m w ,i, r. i, is an I ri wer i onne. Hon,
iiii1. ,. in I pin for, in ghborhond
rli .I ' l-iintl.n. S.i I'h s Ic , onlv 1- mill-UI-
' r I, t i 1. h nn I n till street. Want
y I. tst on. -half ea-.ii or all cash Prl.c,
llccliaiiips llcally Company,
.v., ,lji, and .1:7 Shnl lb Hulldlng.
HHAl'TII'l'I, 10 room modem homo on
W'.ilron I iiveiuie Inri-e 1 1 vv n .over. el with
grand old for. M n,,s This home Is llnely
llnlshed in Inrlvvoil thiougluiiit nnd Is
niol.'in In ev.iv de ill an I pirtb-ulni. If
vnu vv Hit l f tiiliite l.'l"i bitgain, vou will
buv tnU piupeii nt HJ Oiei Itu.isonabiu
A".' Z-32f,-3:i libel Iley llullillng
COTTVi.r homo, Souiii s de, three bio. ks
fr -til Hal s-i i .n 'I'h q i f 1 t'oo home
f o onlv f i until in . ,1,1), biljnep.
'" a month r, per e. nt i ri t Call and
b t us i nv jutt tlii. home
..itjo ytbunv uu
:!:,, ;-i(, ;i27 Slit-itllcy IMdg.
l'ult SM.i: I i loin ceittnge In Itosed lie,
t1,-i. t r mill i oh il! o'i Inrce lot at IM
wtti I vilb Imi . .liti t rejoin cotttig,-, !ij-i
.lil-iv .IV e, Ivlltsis I'ltv, K is , tin e iiy
tiims C Mi: Hit. JiX II.il! building.
TO ItllNT-Ilv Jos. ph P'ume.
Itental Agent since lv50.
Jul New I'ngliinl bu ldlug:
Sll Moirell ave, f, room house. $
'.'i.'l Mcuitgall ave., ii room house, IP.
-'.! Muntgalt ave-., I', loom hoin-e, IVI.
HJI Grand ave , f, room house, $1.1
J3.ll l.vdla nve., S loom brb-k, i 2 7,0.
lo-JJ Hairlson st., a room Illicit, all
To HUNT West side 210 West ICth st ,
near cotnet of Cential st , tin most de
al in Ida house for rent on the West side;
nine rooms and bath; every modern con
venience; MHIth and east exposure, JV)
MI-:i,!,Ii:it ItHAl.TV COMPANY,
tllbialtar bldg , Mi Wjandottu st.
To HUNT 3 room cotlnge, with 1-irgn
vaid: evervihlng In llist-clasi' shape Near
i 'isl end Ninth street cable 1 Iv, Sears,
3-'", Itlnlto bldg.: telephone MS
TO HUNT "IB Oak. IJ room modern
house, vei huge dining room: In good con
dition ("all at house, or on H. II. Hurger,
7,10 Whltno building.
Tu i:i:N'T-IJ room modern brick house,
"II forest an.
Kental Agent since 1-i)
! .ui Ni w Inglund hull ling:
i-ii i,rnni avo , niigo aiore, ji i.
(.11 Independence nve., large siore, J!"
iili! jndepeiiilc iico ave., bligo store, $15.
1JI7 Claud ave, laigo stole, JA'..
I'o HUNT- Nice olllce rooms In tho New
Uulge building, suitable for otllee, fdnglc
or double also large rooms for sample on
t-i-cnnil, third, fourth or fifth tloor, some
of the most dslrahlc otllee rooms In thu
cltv, Appl William i Hldge, New Itldgo
ft. T for rent; the most lomjileto lint;
pi mi light nnd lentllitlon; lust locution:
cS l.nge luoiiis; halls, and bath, steam heat
ami all modern eonvenlencis. Call 111c!
1'oiest ave.. Ill tit lloor.
TO ItHNT Two very desirable olllce
rooms, on second floor of Hunker building,
Sth und Wull. Alex I-'lndlay, agent, loom 5.
MISS I.OflSH PAHKHH, tencher of jt.
nno and harmony, has reiurned fiom study
In Vienna and will resume teaching nfi.r
H-ptc mher Hid. .Method of 1, -.chi tlzky.
htudto, V. M C. A., room 311, Ninth and
ltociist 1 1 nets.
nani i:h-ii!M'i:i.i,an units,
IVANTf.nA goo 1 bpcoiid-hnn.l type,
til Iter, inii-t bo In good repilrnnd ehuiji;
Hmlth Premier preferred. Addtess lock
box PA Argentine, Kns.
LOST Pair of gl-issos, list evening on
vviot Mile of Main, between Ninth and
Twelfth, flndir return to loom 21, kill
Main, and rcceho reward.
TIII1 K-nsas City Metal Itootlne & Con
rugutlng Co , tin Delaware. Tel. iSGJ
TIU'STfH'tS SAI.f. Ily n n-oii ot default
in the ti.i iiu-iit of a i ci tain ptolIllbOly
note- ami lntenst thenon describe 1 In the
deed uf mist etatod the Otti d.(' of Juiiutry
liiii. given by P. tl. ojteli and Anna
o Dell, his wife, and libel for n-cord n
the ollb e of tho reeorier of deeds for
Jackson county, at Kuiimis C ty, M SfQiirl,
on tin -'IM dny of Jauntily 1SS1. ami thero
ice ot ded in hook H No. lin, at pigo CJI,
thu undeislgncd will, nt tho ruiucst of
the- legal uvvnci of i-ald note, and In pttr-fcuanee-
of the jvowcr vest.-d lu It by sild
iltcd of trilbt, ut the West door nf tho
lioktolllce, sltuato at the southeast comer
of Ninth and Walnut streets, lu Kansas
City, JiukMm county. Missouri, between
the hours of nine o'elock In the foienoou
nnd live o'elock lu tho afternoon, on Man.
duy, October II, 15, tell at public uuetl. n
to the highest bidder, for nuh, all of lot
numbered two hundred and fotty-fotir 1211)
In block numbered two (J), of the retiir
ey of Whipple's second ad lltlon to the
city ot Knii-iis. mow colled Kansas Cpy)
Missouri, as the niiin-U marked and elesg
nuteel on tho , corded plat of a'd nddl
tiuu In the olhc-e of the recorder of die Is
foi t-ald Jackson county, Missouri, at
Kansas City, nnd apply tho jirot-eeds of
said sale to the payment nf the Indebted
ness secured by talil deed of trust, and
the costs of executing this trust. Dated
September 19. IVaI.
MISSOUHI I'NION TIUIST COMPANY.
Hy C. W. WIIITIIHKAD, Its Fretilnt.
Y. V. Vliun. Attornw".
(It'P.AT nl'POUTl'NMTtni nlons ths lln
of tho Kiinfns citv Pittburg ,; (lulf It It
for small invisim tits In Southwest Missou
ri nnd Nei'tiw t Arknninti liny a 10 m t
fruit farm f.,r I, tint- ,, r. iv inrmt 11
pcr neto down bill-in o in monthly pay-
iiietits Pi iter thnn n siivlnes bunk Huttn. i
thins 'Im! ii.t ciltow IN VAItl'M
., i,iieii. -ii urn nt. King lit. o nsrgnins it
why r.ot jour Write for full Information to
s - - .
Will. Ill AH llrtka V I rcn
Ouvtnr ii, i email, her bust u i 1
iloe.i f t, t, anted the llflh .1 ci
lH!, tc. ir, ,1 on the 6th Ci
A. I 1-m, in Iwk "If i"
lu th (, in of the ressu I, r ' '
,laokon ouht), Mo at Km i
Xeycd to the utiderlgro d titi-t
Intuitu; ', Mbcd piopert, in (
of Jn. k-on am state of Ml i
Ml of Ute west for'-four OH ' '
C-asf , I, l,f t .nlttlll ft lB-t rtf lot
thins- n (1.1), in Btivens' aim n th
fit Kann tnoiv Ivan-ae c v' .Mi
ouri a mo snlil lot IS inrneo t" i "-
Ignaii-I on the tuoidfil libit of i ai It
Hon mi tile and or record in the oitlce
.r Hi. .-.t - . ,- r e .. . c..t . ..,!,-
ii mo munent of the pntini.u incno
Issoiv r..to and the coupon, which inn-tiirt-il
March 6th, lstS. wherefore, the
whole or said liidoblodnosi Is now due
iitul tui) able, and unpaid: now, iher
roi-o, piiniic notice Is hereby given eimc.
cciieiou tins cruse.
OlJVHIt H nn.VN. Trustee.
Illw-ard C. Wright At'orne-y.
THPHTHHrf HAI.i: -Whereas, Hnmbdln
11. Irwin and Hll.i II Irwin, wife of nlil
Ititmbdln i: Itwln, b deed or tiust dated
the sixth it,i) of June, one Ihotisind cls-lit
hutulied nnd elghlv -seven Died for record
June tenth, 1W7. and recorded in the olllcn
of tho recorder of deeds, Jackson county,
Missouri, at Kansas fit). In book II 211!, at
page EWi. conveyed to I.onls it Smith,
trustee, tho follow lug des rdied real estate,
stttuil" In the county of Jackson, In the
stnto of Missouri, town South i-eiontcoii
(17) feet or lot six li".). and the north sli
tcin till) feet of lot seven t7). In all thirty
three (M) fe-t, In Irwin .v. M irrell s n.idl
tlnii to tho City of Kansas, now K insas
Cltv, Mlssoml, together with all the build
ings, structuiis and Improvement thereon,
to secure the principal note and coupons
nltiielioil to -aid principal note In said deed
uf trust de'Hi rlliid; nud whereas, default
In bon made lu the pauunt of said prin
cipal nolo in nlU deed of tiust ilcserllicd,
according to Hie eondltlons of said deed of
trust: now. tlnrefoie, publb- notbe Is here
by Rlvin tbit I the undersigned trustee,
will, by virtue of tin power and authorltv
to me riven bv said deed of trust nnd of
everv other power, tne thereto enabling,
and lu accordance Willi the terms and eon
dltlons of said deed of trust, at the re-cpiest
of the legal ow uer and holder of said note,
proceed to hell the teal estate desorlbod
above, nt public vendue, to the hluhost
bidder, for i ash, at the front door of the
Jackson count circuit court house, In the
Cltv of Kiittsis. now- Kun-ecH City, afore
said, on Motnlny, Hie seventh day of Oc
tu! r, IS'i"., at two o'clock In the afternoon
of that clav, for the purpose of paying tho
debt bv said elee d of trust soi-ured und the
costs and expenses of eiectitlni: this trust.
I.HWIS It SMITH, Trustee!.
V. v. C.rlllln, Attorney.
TIU'STP.P, S SAMI Whereas, John
fob y, a slnele man, bv his denl of trust,
dated Dec, mlnr 7th. A I) Pvl. Illcd for
record December '.Hh, 1VS1, nnd re-corded In
th" otllee of recorder or ilo.ds for Jack
bon count. Missouri, In book II, No. S5I.
page 47S, coiiveved to the undersigned trns-te-
certain n ill estate hlng and being Mt
tiiue In the count of Jai ki-on. In the state
of Missouri, and cb sullied ns follows, lo
wlt: All of lot eighteen (IM. In Hdgeviool
heights an a.l lltlon to Kansas Cltv, Mis
souri (fonneil.v the Clt of Kaunas), ns
the- .same appears by jil.it now on tlio In
the recorder's olllco, nt Kansas City, MIs
luitrl, which said deed of trust vv is niudi
to Rscure the pivinent of one prltu Ijial
promissory note therein desci Ibed, and lu
te rcs.1 coupons thereto attache d, and,
whereas, said principal proml-sory note
and last three interest coupons have be
come due nnd now remain wholly imii.itdi
now, therefore, notice Is luieby given
that I, the undersigned titistee, nt the
reciucst of the legal holder of sold In
debtedness, will, tu necoi dance with the
terms and provisions of said deed of
trust, proceed to nil the real estnto there
in deseilbcd at jiubllc vendue to the high
est hlddi r, for cash, at tin- west door of
the Unltiii States custom house in Kansas
Cltv In the lounty of Jackson, .Missouri,
on 'Tucsdnv, the eighth dti of October, A
n. 1S31, between the hours of nine o cloc k
In the forenoon nnd live o clock In the
afternoon of said day, to p.i off nnd sat
Isr 'did note and Intel est coupons to
gether with the costs und expcimes ot ex
ecuting this trust.
STHPIIUN N PISIICH. Trustee
TIU'STHirS 8At.n Whereas, John To
ley a single man, by his deed of trust,
dined De-e'cmlier 7th, A. Ii. lSn'i, tiled for
niord Oc c ember lull, 1V9, and recorded In
the otllee of iccorder of cb eds for Jack-i-on
coiiutv. Missouri, in book II, No. 3,
page It!!), conveyed to the uncle r.-lgned trti--tee
certti'n real estate lying and being .-M-ti.ile
In the county of Jackson, In th- st ite
of Mis.outl. and deseilbcd ns follows, m
wlt: All of lot seventeen 071, In IMgevvool
heights, an addition to K-insns CH, Mis
souri (formerly the City ot Kansas), is the
same appears by plat now on llle In the re
corder's olllce nt Kansas City, Missuuil,
which said deed of trtiM was made to se
cure the pn.vment of one piln.iiul prom
issory note, tin rein descilbed, and Interest
c-ouiion then to attached; and when is
nalci pilnclp.il promissory notu anl list
time Interest eoujion have become due
and nOtV remain wholly unpaid: now, the n -fore,
notlco Is hereby given that I. the un
dersigned trui-te-e, at the rutin st of the
legal hclder of said Indebtedness, will In
accordance with the terms nd provisions
of sulci eleed of trust, proceed to sell the
real estato therein described nt public ven
due to tho highest bidder, for eu-di, nt the
west door of the Pulled State's custom
homo in Knntois City, In the e-ounty of
.1 lokieon. Missouri, on Tuesli, the eighth
day ot October, A.D. 1M1. li-tweeri the liottrs
nf nl'ici o'clock In tho forenoon and tlvu
o'elock In the nf let noon ot i-ald dny, to
jiay off and satisfy nald note und Interest
coupons together with the costs und e-x-IKtic3
of e-Nocutlng this irutit.
lltllle,-s , 4-itiiiittw, 4 rcistee.
THI'STHH'SBAItn Whereas, John Poley,
n t-ltiglei man, by his cb i il of trust, dun el
Dee ember 7lh, A. l. lwU, Illcd fur record
December 'Jib, 1SC.D, nnd re. orded In the
ollb c- of recorder of deeds for Jackson
county, Missouri. In book 11 No, S'J7, jug.- 50,
convened to the undersigned trustee certain
rual latata llng and being sltunto lu the
county of Jackson, lu tho dato of Mis.
bouil, and described ns follows, to-wlt- All
of lot Mxtcen (lid. In 1Mb wood h.lgbts,
an addition to Kansas f'liv, il sso irl (for
meily tho City nt Kansat.1, is the same
uppe.irs by plat now on UK- In the reronl
ti's olllce ut Kansas City, MIourl, which
sill deecl of trust was made in . . nn- tho
piMiidit of on. prln -inal promlssoiv n.ue
tllt-lelU lie in rid' -1 iiii't uti.tr-e e uupons
linn to nttuilnd, anl win n as sill pi in
ilnnl promlsborv note and lu-t ihreu in-
r I V ...,... lm,- !.., .,,,1.1 ji..,, .,,..1 -....
toieiit iciiintii ,,..,. ....,, .,,.,, ,,.,,v
remain wholly imp ltd! now, theiefore, no
tice Is hereby Rh'eu thit I, tho iindc rrlgiicd
tritblee, nt tha leijui'-t of tho b-Kil bolder
of -aid liiilebteilnee.ii, will, In tic. or line .
with tho til ins und provision!, of B.ita te, ,
of trust, proceed to sell the leal est He
ilieicln described nt public Vendue to tho
tt-itllC'l-IM'. 4 SAItH Notice Ih lier.il.w
Kiveti Hill. ' ,l10 reipiosi ot the Hgat
KMaiV of tho note he-icln described, be
tween the hour of nine o clock a. m and
tlvu o'cio. k P-. ni. of Saturday, the uh
book H l'. ' I"i!u -' .'" "'u ft'1 order's of
i,o of J.tckou county, at Kunsas Clt,
MlssQurk sell i" "f t tvyenty-elght (.
bock (i) 'wo, l'lourno'a addition to
Iti of Katisis (now Kansas .city. Jack
bon counn, Missouri), at public vendue,
to the T highest blddt-r for cash, to satisfy
cond tlons of bild deed of tiust, the prln.
ilj'al and Intel est notes being past due,
unpaid and defaulted,
"""" ll.lAU O. THOMAS Tro.lo.
NOTICH of application for discharge of
astltnee Notice Is heiiby given to the
ciedltors of the l.uce Ac fussell Shoo and
Trunk company that on the 21st day of
October, at the opining of court, or as toon
thereafter at. counsel can be heard. I shall
until m dhUlon No. i of the Jackson
county circuit court, at Kansas City, Mis.
boun, lor a dlneharge from my trust as us
tlgiiee of the tald Kuce c fusiell Shoe and
Trunk Conijiany. W". J. ULI.IOTT.
4libt)e Luce t fusscll Bhoe and Trunk
v, i,,,- i,- orcicr oi uveiis iwi un, -" --...
tv, nt K.uisn ntj, together wuh all the,
lights privilege aid nppnrii-rmnces
thin-to bole tiring, to secure tho pivnu-nt
of the principal promlsnorj note td cou
pons In said d.i-d of trust d. scrtb d
nnd. Uii.'i-piu ,i.,riili l.n be ti innilf ,
.ni'ier itno oy V irttio ell tne pott-'ii -' '
jMion by said deod of trust. In nceortaneo
Willi lis term, at the rcepiest of Ihe otttiT
nbel legal holder of slid note, I, Oliver 11
Dean, trustee, a nrmi "cell, will pio.oel
I lo sell the above drvcrlb I proper! and
imy and every part thereof at public ven-
' due to tho highest blddei. at the -puth
I front door nf the building now used by
tho stalo circuit rourt of Jneknui county,
Missouri, lis a court hou. in Katiss
City, Mo, being tho hew iniintv court
i house, up Uio blue k lioundod bv Mlourl
nvc-nue-, Plfth street, ok and l list
IstnolH. on PrlclM, tlio Hth cl.iy of Oi-to-
ibtr, Hlit. botween Ihe hours of 5 o clock
In the forenoon and S o'clock In tho after
noon of that dn.v, for canli. tor un i'"'
poses of pajltlg the said debt thereby so
, not nti.1 II, .t ..ttf nt,,1 iiinhfit of e-X-
il'iifir of the f lifted States ciibtom houne. lq
K ini s City, In Iho county of Jackson.
MiVsi.url. '',,1,1''.,aV.','.'" .'-'"Ill .day of
Oitobcr. -i. )' .' ; '"' im- uonis oi
nine o'tfo' k lu the forenoon and live o'eloi k
In the nfunicini of mid da, to piy oir
.ml satltf said note iiul Inb ; n-st eoiij.ons.
l.i-elhir with Ihe- cc ts mid expense-!, of
, cecutillg Ihlo trust.
cul" hTlil'llHI N. flSIinn, TruHt.-e.
dnv ul s,Ci,ic-n,t it .. tt.., .nt, jtuni ooeir
of the I, S etistom house, on the- ouih- I
cast comer of -N, 'th mid Walnut ttreuu, ,
In Kansas City. Missouri, I will, as tiusteej
u ii died of trust nude bv l,Ud S. Wal.
ter date'l ine "y " ;:','' 01', ami
."V... i..,T ,i, utli day of Pcbruiri. Hc'io. in
UNION DEPOT TIME GflRD
OMAHA, T. I.I11IK
HI.MIIt. hT. P.VUle
Chnlr CnrB Fro-J.
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CH. " " "
Instruction Alt trvfis dsily unlem
marked. . r t -ep' Hi- Hy, " Hundn)'
onl . r" ex.-fjit atturlayi "y." ejeept
.Monday, "l sturd.t) only rirt column
1,,V.r.i.'.'("on ' column, arrive.
HANNIIl.VI. sr JiK It lt.-tliirllnston
-. . Iluute.
iTr.iln .. I.v. Arrive.
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Ailinitie rvprs.M 7 00 am I pm
. ."c. rM m.ill. "Kli".. C.lipm t.liitni
7'- 'utils ..xjir.jt slSjim s:lv) am
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pnvo K K. c. oxprejs,
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el M-tiinil .. .ll-OO am 7, rm
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ri-,.i . s .. . H.UItllOAD.
Omaha A Ht p fnt null 10 Dam SeWpnt
.i..i r,,""'" '5 9 pm 10:10 am
otimh.l expre., i;3 pm SiMatii
si. Jon ,v lo,. nia f warn S.ptr.
i r?..l'r.,i"'' ll()iii t.Kpm
eYi'.'',.'fl S Je .. 3ipm IHS pm
10 I ) i1 "lai' I.envenwortli except the
CHICAOO, IIOCK ISLAND . PACIFIC.
I rain i;.u 0f Missouri lllvcr
( hlrami mail S.nm x7.fApm
Chicago lluillrd s is pm 9. IS am
t...-i"nii'.1.'' .Wm "f -MIfonrl Hlvor.
Ilittch. MchIlii, ' v....I0V)Rtn f. H pm
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r,,'li,.''tehlnoii rlioptn S.Miilu
i l,nh"i .'" I'ACIKIC H. H-'iliUIi i:iil.
Mall ami ejiivH 7f)iiiu ii-tV0im
ht i.onls clay ein-s Itii'iani fi i pm
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I.exliigiuu A. Soelnlla pns tjjiaiii 7.Upni
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ColTeyvllhi .V: Wichita . . 'JWjim i.Mam
, ... ,. Ttaln South.
Jop. Pt. Scott .. Wlch ... I OSnm 11 .V. pm
J plln A I, tiih cMiris...,10 Mum 3'l.pm
Joidln eV 'Ii-xa eprns . . 7.wpm 7.1-ccui
,e. ...... v.l.
Omnln, r.ln N City ei. y f, pm f. 30 ntti
iMiiiwin ,v i. ii iiuv ex. , si am h im
l C. ,v A. accom u 6:0c)im l'Sojim
K. I. ,V- St. Joe ex in 3d mil t, ,'A Hill
K t' A. ,V: St, J. c "M Jim S.oOuui
KANSAS flTV snii riiivi'KTi'liN It. It.
Seneca .t Iteatrlce ex ..., J,Sitm t 30 pm
WAHVS1I HAIitHOAD COMPANV.
loiils ,v. Chicago ex . i(.)nm 7:10pm
I, ,: N Y Itlin ex ..xlOiMiim zfi.mpm
I,., I) M U St. P. ex.. S 3.1 ilil i.Oel.1111
C. A: Chlongo ex fi M tun iCSJam
e'lfli'etiti p a e -l rw-
Chicago A St. I.onls ex.. . JMiitn IS M pm
Chicago limited (itiO pm 9 0)am
St 1. A Chloi.o ex ...N 15 mil 716am
ivANSAM CiTV, PeiltT SCOTT .. ilHM-
florldt Pit Mall . .. . in.'Onm u-rOpm
Hiirrlsonvllle .v- Clinton xIO t am H.wl mi
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Jojilin New (irb.iiiH .. 9 Sn tun 7:11am
MISSllI'ltl. lv-AN-'lAsl .C TI'VAM lt'Y.
Texas Mull ID II am R.35 pm
Texas ixpiesn Il ce", nm 7.25 am
1.MH.N PACIPIC HAIItWAY.
Pacific Coast llinlted.... i 30 am t, 01 pm
Denver ..- Cat. n 7 30 pm oWniti
ATCHISON, TOPHKA & SANTA PH Il'V.
l?nut nt M luanlirl clt n-
Chlcspo llmltoij 7pm
Columbian limited fi 30 pm
1 ::." pm
7 n't ;im
;5 J5 pm
I -CO pm
f, jo jini
t .", ptu
4 V, jun
7 01 am
C'hkiitii rast da light ex. ".Wain
Port Madison lociii . . .. SlOnm
West or Missouri river.
Oklahoma ., Texas local.. R l'am
S Kns day ex 9 li am
Col. Utah At Texas lint. . 9 10 nm
Callfornl i Urn 1 .in pin
Mexico Cul ex 2 () ntn
I'mjiurln local tS, K,).,..x4 "Mjim si
lop, ka exjiress 4 Ji) jun
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7 (ei am
Ka , Ok. ti Tex ' n'ht ex! 'J JO pin C.50ain
nrillicl Ave. Depot, -jllct street.
CHICAOO. MII.WAL'KKIt .; ST. PAUI-
Chicago passenger x 0.10 am 7.40 pm
Chillliothe exprc-s xf. o.) jun in SO urn
Hxcclslor Sp'gs s)ocla!....sJ 15 am sS:15 pm
Kiiii.iis Clt ,V Independence l.le-i trio Kull
A in Leave Kiuiws City CIO. C 70, G 50,
t.15 All trains from t, 15 n. in. to 5 15 p in.
run ever 1.1 minutes, 1'. in 5 43, 6 53, 6 10,
fi .'0, C 30, 0. 41, t, 55, 7.10, 7 JO, 7..0. 7-43, S tl-).
i, J3. k r. U in. 35. 10 00. 10 30. "11:00. first
ti.ilu on Sundii leaves at 7 -U
Tuisdas, Thursd.ns and Saturdays
ll est port (mil Unhid Itnlleiiiv.
Leave We stport Dally, 7.0il a. m., Hdl
a. m , 11 CO a, in , 1 I") p m , .1 11 J), in , .1 ')
p in., I tu) p m Saturday and Sunday, 7 00
n. m, too n. m, !i.c a. in, 10 00 a. in,
11 M a m , 1.' 00 m , 1 M ji m , " e) p. m ,
3 (XI p. m , I 00 p in , f, W) p. m . o.OO li. in ,
7 00 ji. in . on p m , ti 10 p. m.
Leave Hlue Itlver jiark Dull, S.OO a. m.
10 no a in, 13 ci in, .00 p in, 4.0) p in,
0 00 p in . .(K) p. m Saturday and Sunday.
tOO ii in , 'J 00 n. in., 10 00 a. in , 11.00 i.
in.. U OI m , 1 P in , J ft) ji in., 3.00 ji. ill ,
t O) ji in , 5 (M p in , fi 00 ji in., 7.00 p. in..
S.OO p. m., D () ji. in , 10 00 ji. in.
KANSAS CITY A INDIlPUNDCNCn AIH
Depots Second and Wyandotto nnd B
ond and Walnut
GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT.
SIC-ND AND WYANDOTTE STS,
Chicago Great Western Ry.
" I lie Maple Leaf Houte."
Chi' IPX Ft Puiil, Mln-
iti c)oh- St I isc .h,
De -, 51. tines and I m-
btiiiue. Limited Dally 10.00am 00 pm
Des Slolm s, St. Josi jih,
.Maie-halltovvn, W iter-
loo, Diibuciui. Chicago,
Ht Paul nnd Mluneaio-
I1H i;xprcss t -jaujim y ni-uni
Chicago. Dubuque ami
lies Moltics ti-nrcss.
Chlc-ugo, SI. Paul ,c Minneapolis Llinp
oel, leuvlng 10:0) a. tn bus t-lcgnnt Ni vv
Pullman Drawing I loom Sleeping cars
Dining cars en route
De Moines Hxpress, b nvlrg 9 0-) j). m.
tins Pullman Compartment Sleeping cars,
ICitiisiis City to Ds Moliu s
KANSIS CITV. OSCI.OLA .x SnUTIIIlllN"
Clinton ,. oseeola ex . ..5-oOpm 10 30 am
KANSAS cm. Pl'lTSllI'ltd ic OHLP
pltisb'g, Jop ,. Neosho, llioarn 3.55 pm
'A. cnmiiiudat!on TO pm b w an
'Ae-coinmudiit i 7.10 am C. 10 pin
II tally ex. . pt Pttndny
bide of 23d SI.
) nooJlJiid Ave.
The DepotGarriageancI Baggage
Si VI Mil IMI IIIHI.MMVIV,
roH A CARHiAGE OH BA0GAGS WAG0H.
Prompt nud Itcllilile
Ml l! I It I C'HAHI.I.s, I'nlt Ml. II r WOltIC
i,i:n il Nuricus.
THI hl'UH'S MI.P.-Whereas. Lambdln
11. Irwin and i:ila It. Irwin, ivlfo of nupl
laimbiliii I! Irvviu, by deed of trust clued
the sixth cl.iy nf Juno, one thorn-und eight
bundled niul elgliiy-sevc n. Jiled for record
June tenth, one thousand eight hundred
mil eight -suven, and ncordid tu the of.
lice of tho rn order ot dieds, Jackson
count), Missouri, ul Kansas City, in book
MR, ut lace- iul. c.jlivt-jed to I.evvli it.
Smith, tiustee. tha following described real
i slate, siiuito In thu county of Jackson,
in the -tutu of Missouri, tn-ult. Lot live
t'i. und north eight (S) feet of lot six hi),
in li vv In .. Mouoll'H uddltlon to the City
ot Jiunsas, now Kansas Clt), Missouri,
tu tee uru tho principal note und coupon.-)
attache d to said principal note, lu said
deed uf trust described; und, whereas, du
fault has been iiiiule In tho payment of
tald pilnclpnl mile itl said deed of trust
eh scribed, according to till conditions of
all deed ot tru.t, now. rrieiefore, jiuhllo
notice is hereby given that I, the under,
t-lgned trustee, will, by virtue of tho jiovver
nud authoiity to me given by said deed
ut i rust, niul ot .veiy other power me
thereto enabling, und In ueeordunce with
the terms and conditions uf said deed of
tiust, at the iciiukt of tho legal owner
mil holder ot (-aid note, nioceed to bell
the rial estato describe ci uhoye, ut jmbllo
v undue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the fiout door of iho Jackson county cir
cuit court house, lu the City of Kansas,
now Kansas, City. aforeta(d, on Monday,
tho seiic-nth day of October, one thousand
eight hundred and iilnety-tlve, at two
o'clock In the afternoon of that day, for
tho purpose of paying the debt by sala deed
of trust secured, und tho costs und ex
lienscs ot executing this trust.
LKWI8 It. SMITH, Trustee.
F. W. Grltlln. Attorney.