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PROGRAM DAYS SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE. OTTAWA COUNTY, AT MIAMI. JULY 17 TO 22. MONDAY, JULY 17. Miss Box. Aurora Carl Junction... Cartbage Badger-Peacock Cave Spring.... 8:00 a. m. Physical Training and Athletics for Girls, Ross. For Boys, Prof. Shreiber. 9:00 a. m. General Session. Announcements. Question Music. Vocal Selection, Prof. Watson. 9:30 a. m. Use of the Cream Separator, Prof. Potts. 10:20 a. m. For Men. Drv Far mi no. Prnf. Frtrtisnn. fMarpner I r. E. Letteer. For W omen, Modern Kitchen Conveniences, Missstotts c. Matthews. Reedl 11:10 a. in. For Men, The New Feeding Stuffs Law, Prof. Seneca.'.'.! Linklater. For Women, Home Sanitation. anArill" i :3U p. tn. ijeneral bession. Announcements. Question Box. Music, Prof. Strother. 2:00 p. m. For Men, the Profitable Dairy Cow. Prof. R. C. 6,609,994.00 Webb City-Cartervllie .... $2,730,600.00 JopHn. 1,407,137.00 Galena 494,851.00 Dnenweg 384,389 00 Alba-Neck City 376,621.00 Oronogo 83,487.00 BMMltt'Ulaml 357,638.00 Granbj 07i34 00 Spriog City-Spurgeoo ii3.,863.oo 105,318.00 79.a73.00 57,430.00 34.933-00 33,182.00 80,007 00 19.34400 property, just northwest of the Good Luck mine. They went into the old Red Wing ground and done some drifting-, result in if in the opening up of some rich dirt. They will clean the ore on a cattery ot nana jigs, and are going to make money. Christian Church. Services at the Christian church Surday, June 6. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.; subject, "The Good Samaritan." Preaching at 8 p. m.; subject, "When Was the Sabbath 3.650.00 Changed?" 3.744-00 Soecial arm pa at each service. Better lights, and fan service. Come and keep cool. 6,966.001 $6,609,994.00 Potts. For Women, Cooking Cereals. 3:00 p. in. For Men, Judging Horses, Prof. W. A. Linklater. For Women, Home Canning Devices, Mr. Skinner. 8:00 p. m. Night Session. Comparative statement of ores marketed from eighteen leading camps since January 1st to date. Ouster Suit. TUESDAY, JULY 10. $22,303. Zinc Turk. Fat 76.l8o For Girls, Miss I New stai 350.980 Sullivan M Co 6. loo Question Box. L inw Marine 6.aio The Work of Boys' and Girls' Agricultural wiliow Branch M Co.55.560 Index 8:00 a. m. Physical Training and Athletics. Ross. For Boys, l'rof. Screiber. 9:00 a. in. General Session. Announcements. Music, Local Talent Clubs, Prof. Mincar, v:w a. ui. lesmig iuiiK ana us iroaucis, itoi. for. is. okmuleee M Co iv:m a. in. r or ivien, kich ana roor oous, itol r erguson ana p.w.i uin-rc too MIHUi JJI- J Lead 80,530 9.240 11,490 8.950 Letteer. For Women, Quick Breads. 11:10 a.m. For Men, Live Stock Improvement, Prof. W. A. Linklater. For Women, Home Decoration. 1:30 p.m. General Session. Announcements. Question Box. Music, Miss Madge Brooks Sander. Reading, Prof. Howard G. Seldoraridge. Organizing a Country Club for Boys and Girls, Prof. Minear. 2:00 p. m. Siloes and Silage, Prof. R. C. Potts. For Women, Baking Bread. 3:00 p. ni. For Men, Judging Dairy Cows, Prof. W. A. Link later. For Women, Canning Tomatoes, Beans, Corn, Mr. Skinner. 8:00 p. m. Xight Session'. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. 8:00 a. m. Physical Training and Athletics. For Girls, Miss Ross. For Boys. Prof. Shreiber. 9:00 a. tn. General Session. Announcements. Question Box. Music, Local Talent. 9:30 a. m. Composition and Production of Milk, Prof. Potts. 10:20 a. in. For Men, Methods of Tillage, Mr. Murray. For Women, Study of Meats: (a) from charts, (b) from animals. 11:10 a.m. For Men, Hogs and Alfalfa, Prof. W. A. Link later. For Women, Home Nursing. 1:30 p.m. General Session. Announcement. Question Box. Music, Local Talent. 2:00 p. m. For Men, The Necessity and Building of Cream eries, Prof. K. C. Potts. For Women, Meat Cooking. 3:00 p. in. For Men, Judging Beef Cattle, Prof. Linklater. For Women, Canning Fruits, Mr. Skinner. 8:00 p. tn. Night Session. Mission Mine. 6.530 1,353,160 l44.7o Ores marketed for week end me juiystn. lvn, irom me Baxter-Miami district. THURSDAY, JULY 20. Attorney General Dawson has filed ouster proceedings against Sheriff Martin, charging him with being derelict in the per formance ot bis duties, but no body who knows Ralph Martin for a moment believes there is ai 800 anything in the charges preferred 19620 d 7 isawson. Ana u wi'i iaice more man Air. uawson 10 mane the farmers believe there is any thing wrong with Martin. It was the farmers who gave Mar tin such a big majority, and they have all the confidence in the world in him. Perhaps the fact of the matter is that Sheriff Martin has been entirely too zealous in the dis chanre of his duty, and when an officer works along these lines vou know it is mighty hard for With a holiday season which the fellows higher up to graft as broke into production heavily, they would nice to. with a surplus oroduction in bins Judge Sapp expresses the opin " I. .a . . . m . a rlown tn a. minimum of less ion that Martin Will come oui thn 1 zm rri availahle on the victorious, ana me opinion 01 present market, buyers hesitated Judge Sapp is worth something. in getting into the market for fear of starting an upward trend n - mi n 1 1 they could not stop. Hence the LHSSV R liC-U U II. demands were curtailed ana snip-1 ments were light, which held The Thirty-First Aunual Lass I down the market offering to $40 ville Re-Union will be held at to $42.50. The highest price re- Cass ville, Missouri, August 8 to 11. 1911. All preparations are being made to make this the most successful Re-Union yet held. The finest natural grounds with bubbling spring on the grounds, nearly surrounded by water, makes it an ideal place for these large gatherings every A year, f ine ponce system, wmc it you want four days of solid enjoyment, For privileges write J. F. BLACK, Cassville, Mo. in the ordinarily wet season this is more than counterbalanced by nubbins of ears yielded by the suckers. Practically all of the suckers are formed by the time corn is two feet high; consequent ly if suckering is practiced, it is desirable to take off the suckers much earlier in the life of the corn plant than is generally fol lowed. We believe, however.that the work spent in suckering corn can in almost all instances be spent to better advantage else where. Wallace's Farmer. j. w. SB MOSS. JOHN LUCKKY. Water Notice. Notice is hereby given that we I are very much aware of the J. W. DeMOSS Pays the highest prices for Poultry, Eggs. Hides and Furs. Office at Lackey's Feed Yard. Phone 266. abuses practiced by water con- Nineteen years' experience. A a sumers, and this is to give due notice that people who allow others to use water from their hydrants, without reporting the fact, will have their supply of water cut off without notice. Further, our price for sprink ling for the season is fifteen cents per front foot, and this must be paid by people using water for sprinkling purposes. We know it is very dry, and the temptatisn to use water is square deal guaranteed. Yours for business. (First published July 6, 1911.) Publication Notice, In the District Court of Cherokee County, Kansas, Sitting at Columbns. Etta Rease, Plaintiff vs. Will Rease, Defendant The State of Kansas to Will Rease Greeting: This is to notify you that I have this 3rd day of July, 191 1, filed my petition in the above' named District Court asking very great, but it COStS US lots Of I 'or n absolute divorce from you on the mnntn mnnlv thi. .tr ft grounas 01 aoanaonraeni; tnai unless you you, and we must 1001c after our own interests. The Water Company. 8:00 a. tn. Physical Training and Athletics. Ross. For Boys, Prof. Shreiber. 9:00 a. ra. General Session. Announcements. Music. Local Talent. 9:30 a. m. Care of Milk and Cream, Prof. R. C. Potts. 10:20 a. m. For Men, Selecting and Growing Seed, Prof. Ferguson. For Women, Vegetables as a Food. 11:10 a.m. For Men and Women, Poultry Production, Mr. McBride. 1:30 a. in. General Session. Announcements, Question Box. Music, Local Talent ported paid on settlement was $45. Calimine ores sold at a good price, however, and the amount in small lots went into a fair ton nage for the week. Prices ranged from $20 to $24 for 40 per cent zinc. Granby furnished a large part of the output for the week. Next week and that following marks the conclusion of a num ber of ore contracts to the Amer ican Z., L. & S. Company which were proposed under the first year's operations of the Ore Pro ducers Association. It is a sig For Girls, Miss nificant feature that the associa tion is no longer fostering that Question Box. contract scheme and if any of Three Rare Bargains For quick sale we offer the fol lowing rare bargains: A fine two-story house in the best part of town; half a block of ground: fine barn; first class well; good cistern; nice forest trees: concrete walks. Price answer such petition on or before the 18th day of August, 191 1 , the same will be taken as true and judgment rendered against you accordingly. Etta Rease, By Ira Heaton, her attorney. Attest; W. S. Wickersham, Clerk of the District Court, seal By E. J. Masterson, Deputy. (Ftrnt publlnhed July 13, H'll.) Notice of Appointment Ad ministrator. State of KotiKon. county of Cherokee, km. In the matter of the estate of Jcniiie Dunlium, late of Cherokee county, Kuiihuh NOTICE OF APPOINTNKNT. Notice iii hereby iriven thut on the Kith 52.000: half cash, balance in three day of July, A. D. mil. the umicrsiKtied I woe, ly the probate court of Cherokee payments, ai I percent. I county, Kbiikuh, duly uppointed und quol- a i t. .. I Itled an adininiHtrutor of the estute of n. uisi vjaaa utc-iwiu uuusc i.i. n.,ni... i..t ..f i'i.r..k.... -....m deceased. All part leu interested in en id will tt.lrn nnlli.. f.,1.1 .m.rtl I - " eood 8taoie; wen; iruit. iricei and three lots, corner property; Corn Suckers. 2:00 p. 111. Prof. Sanborn. 3:00 p. m. Bride. 8:00 p. m. For Men, Insect Enemies of Corn For Women, Vegetable Cooking. An Iowa correspondent writes "Do suckers on corn damage it the contracts are renewed they anc will.it pay to pull them off? will be renewed solely through 1 1 have always pulled them off, the activities of the operators thinking that they took more or themselves and the present agents less nourishment from the main of the American Z., L. & S. I stalk. Some claim that it does Company. not pay to sucker because that There is little to narrate in the when the stalk requires what the lead ore market except the short I sucker is using it all goes back to For Men and Women, Judging Poultry, Mr. Mc Night Session. FRIDAY, JULY 21. and Orchard, production, which was in a meas- the stalk. Will you tell why counteracted by the short con- corn suckers and if the suckers sumption at the smelters for this do any damage?" week, both the mines and smel- It rarely pays to sucker corn ters suffering from the Fourth In a verv dry season like the of July holiday taken by the present a man may occasionally workmen. Pricss were unaffect- get pay for his work in removing ed. however, and the same range suckers. In an ordinarily wet of S57 to $60 prevailed. I season, however, the yield o A heavier tonnage than usual I corn may be lowered many bush came out of the Miami camp els by the removal of suckers. In owing to the activity of one com-1 a Nebraska ekperiment conducted pany. Shipments elsewhere were Idurine the years of 193 and IT! somewhat lighter. Fully one- it was found that corn with the third the output usually main- J suckers left on outyielded that tained was cut off this week I with the suckers removed at the For MaS'and Women, PoaLr, Equipment, HAV'?,?'" ,ht "H" J "!h P,".f.C i vuiiu v afuij. iui luw uiai I I 1 - The Mission is running right steadily and is turning out con siderable ore. 8:00 a. m. Physical Training and Athletics. For Girls, Miss Ross. For Boys. Prof. Shreiber. 9:00 a. m. General Session. Announcements. Question Box. Musk, Local Talent. 9:30 a. m. Butter Making, Prof. Potts. 10:20 a. m. For Men, Profits in Farm Crops, Prof. Minear. For Women, Cake Making. 11:10 a. m. McBride. 1:30 p.m. General Session. Announcements. Question Box. Music. Local Talent. 2:00 p. ni. For Men, Insect Enemies of Vegetables and Cot ton, Prof. C. E. Sanborn. For Women, Large and Small Canning Factories, Mr. Skinner. 3:00 p. m. For Metl, Glanders, Spavins, Etc., Dr. Callicotte. 8:00 p. m. Night Session. The Petersburg is in commis sion again, after a snort sum down for an overhauling. and fourteen bushels per acre for the second. The experimenter suggested tha I the reason for the greater yield I of uhsuckered corn was the fact that many of the suckers pro duced ears. The commonest cause of suck' SATURDAY, JULY 22. ra io thin stand. Fropriments m a . . . lo r ; mere is considerate activity n:.M-ii. nrove th s. With a in the north camp, and much de- LUnd 0f only. one stalk to the veiopment is Deing none. h:n thcre be produced suck Ed. Miller is makine lots of e" the rate of as high as 300 Physical Training and Athletics, for Girls, Miss ore at the Ethel Miller. He is P 100 stalks while witn a stand u.a ;.rr. oi iour sialics io mc um muc r.PtiPral Rfi'r.n. Announrflnta. Oaeatinn Bni. I .-A mn.v often Will be scarcely any SUCK' - tm w m buu in uiaaiuL auwuwwa ... . ers. JJut even witn a gooa siana Joe t inn, JJemps Atwood and creat many suckers are some- others have opened a good mine times produced because of the a short distance south of the old richness of the land or the abun- Red Wing, and are getting, out ance of moisture. Also it is un some very ncn dirt, it is the doubtedly true that some vane intention of the boys to clean ties sucker more than others. In the dirt on a battery of band 8:00 a. m. Ross. 9:00 a. ra. Music Local Talent. , 9:30 a. m. Dairy Productions and Herd Records, Prof. Potts. 10:20 a. m. For Men and Women, Queen Cow and King Cot ton, Prof. Minear. For Women, Personal Hygiene, Miss Ross. 1:30 p.m. General Session. Announcements. Question Box. Music, Local Talent. 2:00 p. m. For Men, Corn Judging and Cotton Grading, Prof. Minear. For Women, School Lunches and Table Service. 3:00 p. m. For Men, Vaccinating tor Hog Uholera and Ulack J1 Leg, Dr. Callicotte. For Women, Large and Small Canning Fac- Dnff White has developed a tories, Mr. Skinner " rich prospct on the land 8:00 p.m. N!ght Session Domestic Science and Art Work tifoiTling the old Hobo on the will be liberally illustrated with charts and slides, and will he on- Muthwest The dirt is rich, and der the direct supervision of Miss Trma Matthews, .Superintendent fdlowjJ who ht to know gaJ of the Woman's Auailiarj.of the Farmers Institute, who will be u wil, rua thirt r TJie assisted by Miss Iva McBride, Assistant Professor of Domestic Sci- ofe if concentrated at the ence in the A. and M College; Miss Taylor, Professor of Domestic mcfc milL . c,:. and Arts in the Connell State School of Agriculture, Hele- UCIC KVV w TTT-ll T t - t T . I T- 11 J 1 . Oklahoma, and Miss Minnie Walters, Professor of nee and Arts in the Haskell StatCvSctool cf Aj: na. Krip Urnken Arrow. Oklahoma. other words, suckering is an in herited characteristic which de pends largely for its development on conditions of soil, wether, and lack of crowding by other corn plants.- Field studies of suckers indi cate that they do not draw very heavily upon the mother plants for food since very soon after they are started roots 'of their otrn develop. Of course some m- nculture, I opened np a misaty tne tine ore hufy to tlte rnotner pianrs comes j:r;t;t ca tie. cU Win;'sl: ;t t;cr--: ct croTCxrj, ui $900; half cash, balance in three payments, at 7 per cent. A good three-room house and three lots, comer property, in good location. Price $500; half cash, balance in three payments; at 7 per cent. 18 lots in one bunch in the southwest part of town. Good soil. Price $200; half cash; bal ance in three payments at 7 per cent. elves accordingly. A. L. HAKVEii Adtuiiiistrutor. Offer Extended. 100 Envelopes With Return Card Pnnted on Them Given With Paid in Advance Subscriptions. Each subscriber paying a dol lar in advance on subscription can have 100 nice envelopes with return card neatly printed on them. In this day and age you are very much behind the times if you fail to have a return card printed on your envelopes, and then, too, if your letter is not de livered it will be returned to you. In this way the letter does not reach the dead letter office. Corn is just more than grow- The postoffice department, we ing since the copious rains. And understand, will soon make an it is going to make quite a good order refusing to take for trans yield, too, if the season is good mjssion through the mails letters from now On. orln'rh An tint hav a rpttirn rnrrl a VVi a i r-Vi Vi n irA Chas. English and son Harold, ... ... Mrs. C. E. Dent of Tulsa, Okla., is here to visit relatives and friends. Geo. Kedeagle is building a l big barn on his home place south of town. He was in this week getting his lumber from Long- Bell. left Saturday for their home in Blackwell, Okla. weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. English. ht your letters sent in " i , j i f.r a Kinu oi envelopes, k...v itil: tr 1 i - their oarents. i ais oaer applies oniv iu Vcr The Decree ot Honor gave a very pleasant surprise party last Saturday night to Mrs. John W. Cook in commemoration of 'her fifty-third birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in eating and drinking hot weather drinks, and during the doings Mrs. sons living in Cherokee county, Kansas, and Ottawa county, Oklahoma. Get your order in early, and we will print the envelopes for you and you can get tuem at ycur convenience. Lilt .f L.turs Remaining in the poatofQce at Cook was presented with a token Bmaer Spriaflra. Kmasaa. for the of esteem by the D. of H. She w"k"dinw ".m " ..L...!:.f h.nn. which if not called for within two was the reap ent of many happy wwk wI be ent to the dead reminders of the occasion. i.iurAin w.hiB0-tOn. n. c To Exchange 60-acre farm in Oklahoma for property in Bax ter Springs. 25 acres in cultiva tion. Fair improvements. Write Mrs. M. M. Harper, Miami, Okla. Three-room house, four blocks rotn postoffice, concrete walk all the way, good barn, fruit, a No. X cave, 100-feet front, all under X good fence. Price $6a0; halt ma I down, terms on balance, inisi office. . Lee Ayers Mrs M C Miller Mr Q A Chumbley Mr William Johnson Persona calling for any of the above lettera will please eay "Advei (Ued,n giving date liat. Fred Babtxett, P. M tur ui iiviTirVir ALLOWED For Sale A five-room house, v. 1 1.T it. corner oi Lincoln ana xorin streets, 100-feet front, house in extra good condition, gas, city water and cistern water in house. property under good fence. Price $1,000, half cash, terms on bal ance. This office. nGGSTLCDDruian:a CV:::U:t:::!u! cm: --'J' ON THIS FARM. Cards bearing these words are on sale at this office. Cards are good stock, heavf, and will stand the weather. Services at St. Mark's Episco pal church on next Sunday even ing at 8:00 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Warren Ycakell of Galena, Uzzzi All are invited.