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Liver Ills Like biliousness, dyspepsia, headache, consti pation, sour stomach, indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's Pills. They Jo their work Hood's easily and thoroughly. ka II Best after dinner pins. WkW I I I O 25 cents. All druggists. I III W Prepared !y & r. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The only PM to take with Hood's Sarsaparltta. DOCTOR. JWttfl ENGLISH Remedy for Coughs, Colds, and Consumption is beyond question ths greatest of i'I modern medicines. It will stop a Cough in one night, check 2 cold in a day, prevent Croup, relieve Asthma, and curt Consumption if taken in time. " You can't afford to be with out it" A 25c bottle may save your life! Ask your druggist for it Send for pamphlet If the little ones have Croup or Whooping Cou&h use it promptly. It surt to curt. TkcwtlM ajtfacaadfi. All DrstfUu. ACKER MEDICINE CO., 16 A 18 Chambers St., X. Y. BEST LUTE TO KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH, 9ENVER, OMAHA, ST. LOUIS, CHICACO and ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. THROUGH SERVICE DAILY TO Sioux City, St- Paul, Minneapolis and the North. :AST TRAINS TO ALL POINTS IN COLORADO, NEBRASKA, MONTANA AND PACIFIC COAST. L. W. Wakeley, G. P. A., ST. LOUIS, mo. Hawaii Elliott, Gen. Mgr., ST. JOSEPH. MO. D. K. Torrey, T. P. A., ST. JOSEPH. MO. VIXE HOVEV. Agent, crest City, Mo. "SPECIAL WALL PAPERS FROM 3Cts. A ROLL UP. Write for Samples. CHAS. DAUERNKEIM WALL PAPER CO S 1 4N. Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. WORK SHOPS O'Z&.SSJX"'. ""font steam BARNES' FOOT-POWER MACHINERY allow lower Mds on Job. and aire cn-at-triai .f desired. Catalogue rrve. W. F. & JOHN BARNES CO. 213 Ruby Stre, Roekford, III, for a descrip- SOU 1673 ton of THIS F A MO U S 0. 1. C.HOGS BREED. two of which weighed FEB ESEEIIIC PBIF9SE3 IN 1894. 2806 Iks. ffirst applicant from each local ity can have a pair on time ' an id c:t p. m t-.j n agency. u 0. outer iu., iicteiauQ, u. It Soaks Into the Flesh right down through the fevered parts to where the inflammation is rooted. That is why Mustang Liniment ' cures all aches and pains of man or beast.' If it evaporated or re mained on the skin it could not cure. That is why volatile extracts fail. They can't go down through the inflamed parts. Mustang: 1 Liniment owes its success to its power of penetration. There is nothing mar velous about its cura tive powers. It is sim ply a few common sense ingredients combined in a way to make pen etration possible and insure a cure. Mustang Liniment has been used for one half a century. Write for "Fairy Story Bonk," illus trated, also "Hints from a Horse-doctor'. Diary." Both books mailed fre. Lvon Manufacturing: Co., 43 South 5th St.. Brooklyn, N. Y. FAINT YOUR HOUSE with SILVER SEAL HOUSE PAINTS Tkey are the best. It your nearest dealer does not keep them send to Crescent Color Co., aaafactnrers. 7U N. M 81 Iff- Loall, Mo. Writs lot rilcei and Color card. What Free Coinage Would Do. Wasiiixjton, D. 0., July Hi. Director of tho Mint, Preston, said today that ho was being flooded with communications from all parts of the country, asking In for information on the subject of freo ccinnge. The lack of understand inn which s:iio of his correspond ents displayed was, ho said, appalling. Some thought Dial 10 to 1 meant MX teen silver dollars for every gold dollar, and other opinions almost absurd were entertained by many of the writers When Hsked for a plain explanation of what would bo done if a freo coinage law were passed, Mr. Preston said: "I can only explain to you generally, what the routine would be, based on ex teriencu gained before tho repeal of tin Sherman law, and upon what free coiu- age of silver xi generally interpreted to mean, in the urst, place, silver in any form, if not too baso for tho opera tion of the mints, will be received from anybody and coined into silver dollars or bars, free of charge, except the cost of tno ulloy employed, which 13 2 cents per ounce." "The word 'unlimited, as used in the Chicago platform, means that there Ehall be no restriction us to tho amount of bullion permitted to be received and coined. TJnlesj by legislation the coin age of silver should lie limited to the American product, our mints would be open to all the silver in the world, and it may bo safely stated that without such a restriction, tho United States would within n few years have the sur plus silver of the world. I W surplus, I m 0:111 all the silver not n-ed by other nations as utih-qdinry coin. "Under a free silver law, any one pis Messing oid silver spoon-;, silverware, r anything eli-o containing silver, would have the privilege of taking such arti cles to the mints and having them coin e.i into stiver dollars. 11 is not to lie expected, however, that the mints will be called upon to perform much work of thus character. It will be the smelters and retiners who will do most of th .vork." There is 11 mistaken notion as to the class of people who lake bullion to the mints to be coined. It is generally sup p i- d that mine owners do this. As a rule they do not. Their work is coiitinetl to taking ore from tho mines and selling it to the smelting and refining establish metits. There are about a dozen of these e-uaiilislinienls now in operation, ami with n free coinage law, of course, the number will greatly increase. There are two in Denver, Colorado; one each in Leadville, Colorado, Onriha, Nebraska, KatiMiH City. Kansas, Perth A in boy and Xewark, X. J., Pittsburg. Pa., Chicago, San Francisco, and one in course of ereo tiouii! Idaho. From these establish menis would onco come 'JO per cent of all th- bullion Hint would be sent to the mints- to lie coined. To avoid embarrassment to the mints by th m: having small quantities of old silver, it is probable that bullion of less due than 8100 will not be received, ns provided in the old coinage law. This will be the routine pursued in the mat ter of having bullion coined into money: "It will be taken in person or ship ped direct to the respective mints. It will be weighed in tho presenco of tho depositor or his ngent, aud the weight verified by tho Register of Deposits. The weight clerk nud register will then enter in their respective books I he name of the depositor, number and dale of each de posit, kind of bullion, weight boforo melting, and, if it can bo ascertained, the state or country from which it is derived. The depositor will then be given a receipt for tho value of his deposit, if it is of such character that its value can be ascertained before melting. "From the weight of the bullion, after melting, and tho report of the assayer as to lineness, the value of such deposit and the amount of charges will be com puled and a detailed statement given to the depositor. When the depositor pre senls his receipt anil certificate for tho net value he will sign the receipt, and the coin or bars will then be paid to him "It is not to be presumed, however. that under a free coinage law a person presenting bullion would have to wait for his money until the material which he has presented has actually been coin ed. All that will bo necessary will be to wait until the actual value of his bull ion is ascertained. Xor is it to bo pre sumed that any great number of people will go to the mints for their silver dol- ars. The chances are that you will not find any more cart wheel dollars in cir culation under a free silver law than there aro now. Tho coin is ton cumber some. The people may want free silver. but they would rather have a (Joverment paper equivalent for it than its actual weight in metal. "The result will bo that silver certifi cates will be authorized to take the place tho silver dollar, and the United States Treasury will have to bo a store house for the bulk of the metal. This will bring up the question of increased ault room at tho treasury and sub- treasuries. Our vaults 111 the treasury are now oyer crowded, aud there is no space left for erecting additional vaults. A new treasury building may, therefore, be in order, not to sjieak of the addition- mints thul will bo necessary. We now have mints located at Philadelphia, Don't think that your liver needs treating if you are bilious. It don't. It's our stomach. That is, your stomach is really what causes tho biliousness. It has put your liver out of order. See wiiuls the matter with your stomach. Sick stomach poisons liver and then there's trouble. Shaker Digestive Cor al curee stomach nnd then all's well. That's the case in n nutshel. Shaker Cordial is no secret. Formula's on every bottle. Hut its the simple bonest way it's made, tho honest Shaker herbs and other ingro ients ot which it's composed, that make it so efficacious. Any real case of indigestion and biliousness cm be cured with n few bot tles of Shaker Digestive Cordial. Try it. Sold by druggists, price JO cents to $1.00 per bottle. IJticklcn's Arnica Salve. The I5e6t Salve in tho world for cuts Hruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum Fovor Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, anil nil Skin Erup, tions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to give nerfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per. bos. For sale by Clark O. Troud. AWOR D When you want Furniture or Carpets call on tne WEIGEL & SONS FURNITURE CO. We prepay freight. 107. 109 and 111 South Sixth St. Lonis Hade Ladies' Fine Footwear. Latest styles same ns made for St. Louis and Chicago r me xieiau x miie. vmy dost manes 01 lea titer aro used, put together in the mo3t reliable manner by iso. x worKincn. ask lor tlicse. enoea ana see figure 'five" with star on each side cut through leather near top ns shown on shoe; also find name on lining of shoe. SOLD BY orressive Dealer in Each Place. DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN SAPOLIO IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF. SETTLEMENT OF Probate Court of Regular August NAM i: op AIIMIVI-TKATOK. nv vuniAV. cm: won 01: KXKI'ttrilK NAM KOI' KSTATK Fir.-l !;iy. Monday, August HMli, A. I)., ISiHI. ("lift, lifiijamin (lilos A l-iuuliliii I'nlilie Administrator lt animal iMeM-cicv.MraH . i ll irle" K.umall Jl-er. Nellie .lainesi II. Mexer Kiiih-Ii A. Wellv IViiina A. .Morns CilllN. Ijiii. M.irrK Kirliard . Second Day, Tuesday, August 1 1th, A. !., 1S!M. KinK. Ki-iiIhmi Kin;: & l'mml llMillii-ck. John Jliiere. Alfred Waiiipli-r.llattieetal Alini W. Kins AI.iiiii V. Kill!: Jami-s Seott l.eiU I. Moure Martin Wanqilcr Third Day, Wednesday, A Williams. Ottie el Ileariuz. Anna May CillK Martha Corsatit. Maggie ISiirger, Fredrick li. Cilc-i A. I.aiighlin (Iili-s A. I.aiigtiliti Cili-s A. Iiiighlin W. r.M.'jcr Ma Itnrgor Fourth Day, Thursday, 1ioii. Samuel Allen. Ijlgar P. AeiChlHK-ker. Susan Stery. Henry llurgess, William Clij.ili Itouli-lle C. -jnie II. Allen christian ISueter Thomas, MnrV D. S. Alkire' Fifth Day, Friday, August Mlh, A.D., 1800. Ward. John A. Want. Joseph id at II. U Ward II. I- Ward James II. Wright Nancy C. Cilisun Nicholas F. Murray Warren I!, llavis it. right. Fredrick 21. Ililisou. James T. et at Higgle. Homer et at Morrison, litaiiche at i-l STATU OF MlSSOriH. I c CiH'STV OP HOI.T I. Henry T. County. Missouri. Iiercliy certify that the ahovc is tor Aligns! iciin. it-mi. as ine saint-appears 01 rreeril. SK.U..1 Wilaess my liniul as Jiidgi-.and Hie 1 11 li lav 01 .11115 . !:;. HENRY T. ALKIRE, Judge of Probate Court. NOTICE. Administrators. Fxecutoi-sniiiHliiardi.msand their settlements, ami are reMM-clfully referred .Section lit", of volume I, of the Kcviscd Statues ill the name of Kxoeulors and Administrators eu i-ted. ami if any Ki-cutor or Administrator fail to continue such .settlement to the siili-eiiuciil term, to such Eirciitor or Administrator, reiiiriiig linn ami snow cause, u any in- nave, wiry aiiacuiiieiii settlement according to law." And Section .vrjl. of ohmie II. of the Ileviscd shall call the iiain-s of Cuanllans ami Curators eted, aud if any (iiiardian or (Orator fail to apltcar nieiliately issue a citation to such lluardiau for failing to make settlement according to law." maKt: sememe ui. ami -now cause, u anv lie mit. Trustee's Stile. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, his wife. !y their deed ol trust, dated the 2!d day of Jane, lstci. an l recorded in the recorder's otlice of Holt comity. Missouri, iu hook T, page 70, conveyed to Itohert Mont gomery, as trustee, the following di-scriln-d real estate, situate, lying ami lieiiig in Die Count of I loll and State of Missouri, to-wit: Commencing forty ro.Is south of the north east corner of the northwest fourth of the northwest quarter el section (It), in township Ixly-one (;i).oi range ininy-sevcii .., ;inence ast to the west hank of the Nodaway river: thence south witli the meandering of wild river to the mouth ot a slough or lake: thence south with th: mcaudeniigs of sai l.ike to the hair section line running east and west through the center of said M-clion eleven; thence west 011 said half section tine to the southeast corner ot the southwest one-fourth of the northwest quarter ot said section eleven 111 alienee north one liiimlrisi ami twenty nxis 111 ine place 01 beginning, containing atiout CO ncres ami heiug parts uf lot one and two of the north .w-t pi;.r tcr of section It. township fit. range 37. Which sanl conveyance was m.uie in trust to secure the itajuiciit 01 a certain promissory note in said deed of trust descrihed :aud where as default has t een made in the paj ment of sanl note ; now therefore. I. the undersigned trustee, in pursuance of said provisions of said deed ill tiust. and at the ropiest of the legal holder of said note aforesaid, will on MOXDA Y. All'! U r '.'1. IS:. hclween the hours of leu o'clock in the fore noon and live o'clock in the afternoon id said day. at the north ditor of the court house. In the city of Oregon, in Hott county. Missouri, proc d to sell all. or so much of said real estate, as may ie siilllcieiu 10 pay said note, interest aud cosis of this proec-dhiing-the sale to In- at public uiciion loiue nigiiesr numcr lor easii in 11.11111. KOIIKltr JIONTtiUMKUY. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. Joint r.ttterson and Sarah A. 1'at- terson. his wife, and Jas. W. Fatte rson, a single man. liv thcirdccd of triist.ttatcd llii-'Mli -lay of April. It-Nt, and recorded in the recorder's ol liee of Holt comity. Missouri, in liiKik page W. convejedto Itohert Moiitgonierv. as trustee. the. following described real estate, yituate. 1)-' ingand being In the ( utility td Holt and state of Missouri, to-wit : -0 acres, the south Hall of the northeast of the northwest tpiarler of section eleven ll). also lot (l)in section two ('.'.Lcontahiing'-ii 40-tuo acres, alio to acres more or less in lot niimlier one tt of section iitiiiihcr eleven (It), hounded and de- scribed as follows, to-mt: Commencing nt tlie northwest corner id said lot number one in section el"."cn ami running lle-uce south 47 rods ami 10 links. Ilieiice south m-.east to the west bank of the Nodawa river; thence up the river with the meanderiugs of the same to the southeast corner of lot number four (4) in section nimiher C'l two: thence west lo ine place id heginiiilig all In louiisiitp sty-one , (fit), of range thirtj -seven (37). winch .sum aimvejanee was mane m irusi io secure the pay mt nt of a certain promissory note iu said deed el trust iie.criiiul;aiid where- .tefault li.is been in ide iu the pavim-ut ot said notes ; now therefore. I. the undersigned trustee, in imrsuaiice of said provisions of said detsl in trust, ami at the rettuest of the legal holder of said note aforesaid, win on MONDAY. AINHJST.gt. between tho hours of ten o'clock in tlie fore noon and live o'clock in the afternoon of s:ihi j day. at the north door of the court house. In the I cilv oi iiregon. in iioiicouiuy.. Missouri, pni- Is. o..ll ..II .... .irt it-tmli t.f did rent wt-tfi ns mv l.' sonieieiit to ttav said note, interest i andeoAtsofthisptiM'eeding-the'saleto ! at I niiiiuc auction in me nignesi. ouiiier lor casn iu i land. UOIIEUT MONTCOMEUY, Trustee. - ME. Can save you money. St., St. JOSCpll, Mf). DOCKET. Holt County, Mo Term, A. D., 1896. AIIMIMSTItATOIt. riatAToic, KXKi'imu: el: oil Altlil AN. SKTTI.KMKNT Administrator ! 111:11 Curator l-in.il Itli annual lulh a111111.il Ciir.itur Ciianlian AitiiihiKtratnr Administrator linanliaii liuaritiaii Cii.inliau Final Final Ktli animal inth annual .'tli annual ugust mil, A. !., 18!M. I'iiIiIIi Ciunllau I'lihliu Cnanliau Public (itiardiaii Ciir.itur Ciiarn'.aii r.th annual Ctli annual till annual Mil annual -.'ml annual August l'ith, A. D., t8!Mi. Administrator lluardiau :uanliaii Administrator Administrator ttli animal .Mh annual luri annual Jnil annual 1st annual Administrator lluardiau Cua riliau Ituariliau linanliaii Curator 1st annual 1st aimiial bth annual '.'ml annual th annual :th annual Alkire Judg ' of the I'roha'c Court In mid for Holt a tine copy of the ITolMle Settlement Docket seal of saht court. Done at ofllce iu Oregon this Curators an- urued to he nrnmnt in iuakhi-r to the fellowuig si cIioiim n ,n-: of Isxi. reads as lot lows : "The court shall I lie day fur which their! settlements are dock appear ami make settlement, the court shall and the clerk shall uiimcihatt-lv issue : citation to make settlement at the next term uf court. mioiiiii 11111 issue again si nun lor la mug le make Statues of lssii, reads as follows: The court on the ilav for which their settlements are dock ami make settlement, the clerk shall ini- or Curator, requiring him within thirty days to w uv aiiaciuueui surmiu inn issue :;i:aillsr nun ) "A thousand whett$but onlv one Shoe Usethe l"Ba'lBearing"f I SSkyele .s Pratt Futsner hold lacM. S Leading Iralm him Uwuu fs, jsooaieijrree r ) c 11. rio a co. tm. Chicago. f Not one part but every part of HIRES Rootbeer tends toward making it the perfect temperance and healthgiving drink. Kxle oclj tij The Chuta, K. Bin. Co, nlteltlpUs. asc.pKU(iutSnIl"x- SeUtnirbn. H CfclfcMtrr, EaalMi DtaaoaJ Rraad. Pennyroyal pills Uj. OrlstaalaadOalyCcaalBe, A 't. !! r-lUMt uoits mat A iTnrrtft for CXUhtUtr Xnalu Xhm-, Vmond Brand In ll4 ur Gold Bt4CU4 9rirf. mlcd with tlo rlhtwB. Take llher. Rrfur dmnMeroum NotfiAk Wtton and imtlaxxonM. At Druiiita.wiMl4r. an wiaym iut pvtmiall, IMIBHIUI HI fiM Hj all Leal Oracfuftir, AfcUaS!TTS PARKER'S CIrJCPO TAllie ww aaia. w nuvru ur nwBlIUF TUTS WOTn mil HI trftmect fail, grrtr tnothxr mJ IrtT&lid ihoald hn it. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Omum mntt besatifiag tb halt. TTOfnotM K lrrmrtinl iiibjIH Ww PaiU to Bestore Onyl Air to jib xooiDxat uoior Cares calp diwma hair taUiaf HINDERCORNS TlwonlynicCacfor Wanted-fln Idea Who can think or aonte Umpto thing to oatenl? Protact ronr !dai; Uwf mar brlns yaa wealth. Write JOHN WEDDERBURN ft CO- PaWDt Attor- neyi, waitunaxon, i. u, ror than- ai.su nriM oerai I InTentlona wanted. 'timinhip tht t., i,tit. .,tl, tc hr?, Ml .ttutn-n. :"-'. '"1. --J llic lu.cst Coiioncrtiil CotWjr l-.i'.Iingm .Ui-tiica. C.rjiluilds tca.:i! :nr. .it nuonj. Pf-mfiil Ill.i. itti.-d Catalocua FREE. 4ddrcs D. I. .MUS.Shl.MAN', Pii:cnt Gem C; ly iuaiuo. a Collcira. (auincy.IU. Dr. A- I". Sawyer : Dear Doctor, t have nscd and sold your Family Cure with excellent re- suits. It cured nin of the rheumatism and I w- am r years ol d .and have not an aebe or ' " ""''. ouim-11,11111. ..-.. hdd by T. S. Hinde. Kan'Francisco, Xew Orleans, and Carson City. The latter has been closed for some time. A free coinage law will mean the construction of at least half n dozen additional mints. "The term '10 to 1 means that tiie pure, silver in the standard dollar weighs about sixteen times as much as the pure gold in tho gold dollar. A silver dollar now contains 371 .25 grains of silver, while a gold dollar contains 23.22 grains of gold. At the time of the establish ment of the United States Mint, congress agreed that the ratio between silver and gold should bo as 13 pounds to I pound, this being at that time tho relative values of the two metals. It was sub sequently found that this ratio gave too high a value to silver. It was accord ingly changed '.o 10 to 1. "By this action congress jumped on tho other side of the stream. In Euro pean countries the ratio had been lixed at 15J to 1. Asa result, the silver own ers of the United States shipped all their product to Europe for coinage, and until 1873, when tho revision of tho coinage laws occurred, only about S,0UO,- 000 of silver dollars had been coined. Under tho P.Iand-Allison act, lOO.OHD.tOO silver dollars were coined, and these, added to the notes issued under the uuueu 10 me r makes the total amount our currency more than on 11 li to t ratio. "At tho present time the value of sil- , ver in the markets of the world is about 3!) pounds of tho white metal to 1 of gold. Our people would, therefore. under the ratio of 10 to 1. havo .73 cent dollars, which might circulate for their face v duo in the United States, lint which would onlv be accepted at their bullion value abroad." Free Pills, Send your addre.ss to II. K. liiicklon & Co., Chicago, and get a freo sample box of Dr. King's Xew Life Pills. A trial will cotivinceyou of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of Con stipation and Sick Headache. F01 Malaria and Liver troubles they been proved invaluable. They have nre I guaranteed to bo perfectly freo from to lie every deleterious substance and purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to I stomach ami bowels greatlv invigorate the c stem. Ktgular size, 2.7c per box. Sold by Clark O. Proud, drti-gist. Mason and Bryan. 'Hilly Mason of Chicago was at Cen- tralla. III., the same evening with "Hilly" Hryati of Lincoln, Xeb. The Chicago Hill got in a crack at the other Hilly's great hit about I ho "crown of thorns" and the "cross of gold." A dis patch says: "And this from a Democrat," said Mason, "a Domocrat whoso party has been engaged in shaking dice for uti dershirts and giving us vinegar on n sponge to drink for tho last four years. Liko Pontius Pilate of old he washes his hands in tho pres-enco of tho multi tude nnd seeks to divest himself of re BponsiUility. He talks of crucifying -does he? Does iio not remember that there would have been no crucitixion if Judas had not got stuck on silvor?Judas has betrayed his party into the Popu hstic garden of Oethesemane, but thank God the jingloof siver will not betray 70,(XXI, OOOof American people." Then did the populace of Cenlrava yell. It yelled itself out of voce, and the echo of tho yells could bo heard nt tho station, where the boy orator was waiting for his train. Women who are weak ami nervous, who have no appetite cannot sleep, lind I strength and vigor in Hood's Sarsapar ilia. All Free. Those who have used Dr. King's Xew Discovery know its value, and those who have not, have now tho opportunity to try it Free. Cull on tho advertised Druggist and get a Trial Huttle, Free. Send your name and nddress to II. I-l Hucklen Si Co., Chicago, nnd get a s.itn- box of D. King's Xew Ijife Pills, Free, ns well as n copy of Guido to Health nnd Household Instructor, Free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good nnd cost you nothing. Clark O. Promt's drug store. A Free Copper Man. Here is an argument in favor of tho free and unlimited coinage of copper dollars, which was circulated in Chica go this week. It reads: "Hooray for free copper! It is tho poor man s monoy. alio 'armor and the laboring man should not bo fooled by either the gold bugs nor tho free-silver huge, as neither gold nor silver can be called the poor man's money. If free silver will be a good thing for the work ing people, f roe copper will be better. There ie no argument that can be ad , vanced in favor of freo silver but applies with greater force to freo copper. "Copper has been used for money the world over for thousands of years. The widow's mite was copper, and tho widow and children of the poor to day have copper only to use for their necessities. If lifty-threo cents' worth of silver enn be made into n government dollar, nnd bring great prosperity and plenty or money for all, then three cents' worth or copper can also be made into a govern ment dollar, and bring greater pros perity nnd more money for all. During the civd war in this country, gold and silver both disappeared from circulation, nnd copper was tho only ono of tho metals that remained in active circulation, and it supplied the only money which tho ioor man could use to buy his daily bread. Let us meet tho issue boldly, and instead of giving iifty three cents' worth of silver for a dollar, use copper, nnd give only three cents. Let the public save ninety-seven cents on the public debts which they hnve to pay, rather than only forty-seven cent." Mrs. Rhodie Xoah, of this place was taken in the night with cramping pains nnd the next day diarrhoea set in. She took half a bottle of blackberry cordial but got no relief. She then f ent to me to see if I had anything that would help her. I sent her a bottle of Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy and the lirst dose relieved her. Another of our neighbors bid been sick for about a week and had tried differ ent remedies for diarrhoea but kppt getting worse. I Eent htm this same remedy. Only four doses of it were re quired to cure him. He says he owes his recovery to this wonderful remedy. Mrs. Mary Sibley. Sidney, Mich. For sale by Clark O. Proud. Dr. A. I". Sawyer. I hare nsed both. Family Cure and Pastilles, found lmth good. I have suffered about It years what water tuniprs or the stomach. Your medicne cured me. Mrs. Ida McKife. Alton Iowa. Isold bv T. s. Hinde Baby's Second Summer is the time that tries all the care of the mother and all the skill of maternal management. Baby comfort comes from fat; fat babies have nothing to do but to sleep and grow. If your baby does not seem to prosper, if he does not gain in weight, you must get more fat there. A few drops of each day will put on plump ness; tat outside. life inside baby and mother both happy. Your baby can take and rel ish Scott's Emulsion as much in summer as in any other season. For sate by all druggists at 50c. and i.o l)r. A. 1". Sawyer:! have Hsod one Imi of your iMsiuii's. ami uiej nave lielpeil :ne more mail auxin nir else that I e,-i iiv-it. and hav tried almost i-verjthiug. Mary Johnson, Itush m il. ill. N.iii ny t. S. lliuue. Dr. Sawyer. Ihar Sir : I can say with pleasure in n 1 uac uecn uin our meiiu-ine. ami will ri-eomiiu-iiti 11 loan Mim-ruiK laillcs. airs. , . Wealherslii-e. Ausnsta. lia. Sold Ity T. .S. Ililule. Hood's Sart-aparilla purities the blood, overcomes that tired feeling, creates an appetite, ami gives refreshing sleep. Farm for Sale Of 2?0 acres, three-quarteri: of a mile east or .ew Point and eight miles north east ot urcgon. All in cultivation or grass except ."10 ncres of timber; 300 young bearing apple trees: 5 acreR of old bearing orchard; 10(1 bearing peach trees standard varieties; grapes, plums, cher ries, pears, berries, etc. ;-Hoom house line collar; good barn nnd granray; hay nam, -iu ton capacity; . large corn cribs smoke house; work shop; hen house hog sheds: 2 hog lots; 1.7 aero hog pas tore; 1 good wells; cistern at house: winu nun, laiiKs, els. ia acres on Xodaway bottom one-fourth of a mile from overllow. This is one of the best grain and stock farms in Holt county. 1'oriuritier information call at farm or A. L. CASKBV. Oregon, Mo, Decorators. We are practical decorators and paper wingers. We have tho largest and most comtilote lino of samples of wall paper, all of winch are tho very latest in de signs for tho spring trade. Any one de siring to soo our samples and get prices, can do so by calling on us or dropping a postal card to our address, when we will call at your residence whether in the city or country. Ai-i-urros Jt Kkkkaian, all Decorators, Oregon, Mo, Farm for Sale. KiO acres IJ4 miles east of Oregon, good 1 room brick dwelling and out buildings, good bearing orchard, good cistern and stock well. Call on or ad dress V. II. Sterreit, Oregon, Mo. Dr. A. P. Sawyer: Dear Sir: Mrs. Hamburg induced me to try your Family Cure. I was greatly benefited by it and I recommend itti every lady iu poor health, i ours Kespcclfully, .urs. Asner. rsoni ny 1 . a. inane. One Minute is the standard time, and One Minute Cough Cure is the standard preparation for overy farm of cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy Mint produces immediate re sults. T. S. Hinde. Dr. A. I. S.-.w yer. Sir : After suffering font ear-. willi female weakness I was persuaded ny a friend to try your r.istilles.aud after us ing them one ) ear. I can say 1 am entirely well. I can rot recommend them too highly. Mrs, M. S.l'.iook. r.rousou. ltcthcl Itrancli Co.. Mich. Sold hy T.S. Hinde. VV AMTPTl SEVERAL FAITHFUIi , -iiiii' persons to travel tn Aio. bitary 57S0.KI and expenses. Kefercnce, Enclose solf-niMres.sc! stamped envelope, l'rcident. Drawer P. Chicago, 111. Catarrh Cannot J!e Cured. with local applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, nnd acts ill rectiy 011 the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a ouack medicine. It was pre icnlicd by one of Hie best physicians In this country for years, and is a regular prescription. 11 iscoinimseii 01 me nesi tonics Known- com bined with the best blood purifiers, acting di rectly 01 the mucous surfaces- Tte perfect combinations of tlie two lugredients is what i-reduces such wonderful results In curing Catarrh Stud for testimonials, free. F. J. Chenev S Co.. rronnctors. Toledo. t. Sold by druggists, price 7."e. Eczema is n frightful aflliction, but liko nil other skin diseases it can be per manently cured by applications of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to cure Piles. Sold by T. S. Hinde Dr. Sawcr. Dear Sir: Having ued vnur Pastilles. I can r-commenil them to illie public. I h:ne been attended by four different doctor, but one and a half boxes of your medi cine has done me more good than all of them. 1 ours resiH'ctfiilly. Mrs. Maggie .lohiisoii.itron- .son. I'.ranch Co. Mich. Sold hv T. s. Hinde. Announcement II. D. Rrowne, the paper hanger and painter, desires to announce to tho peo ple) of Oregon nnd vicinity thnt he has wnll paper from 1 cent per roll up. He represents the largest wnll paper dealers in the United States. He will give you prices thnt'cannnt be duplicated. He has imitators, but no equals. 800 patterns to select from. Yours Respectfully, II. D. Buowsk, the Painter. NOTICE OF Free : ScholarshiD ! In the State University. Not ico Is hereby given . That an examination will le held at the Court House, beginning at II o clock a. 111.. on .Monday, August CS, 1KJMJ, nndertheact ot .ptll 2. 1 -IK. to award, accord ing to law, In the applicant passing the most meritorious examination, one free scholarship iu .111) department, school or roltep; of the Vnl xersltv f the State of Missouri, provided the applicant Is deeiident upon liM lor herl own evcrtious for an education. Done by order of 1'resiiling .nidge, this lin day ! July. iw. ttest: ASA TI'KPIN, Presiding Judge. J. II.t'.CUUTIS. County Clerk. IMiblic Ail mist rators Kale ot Ileal Instate. otice is hereby given that by virtue or an irdiTofthe Probate Court of Holt county and state of Missouri, maibi ar the May term. it. I. titles A. l.nighliu. imbue aim ntstrator within and for Holt county, and tn charge ol the estate of Itenjaiuin F.Chft. deceased, will on MONDAY. ACtJL'ST Iu. l".r between the hours of ten o'clock hi the fore nooii and fixe t.'eloek in the afternoon of said day.and during the setting of the. prnbaJecourt. at the north front door of the court bouse, in the citv of Oregon, enuntv of Hott. sell at luihtic auction to the highest bidder for cash tn hand. tor the puriMise of paving the dehtsof the estate of said lteniainin F. Cliff, deceased, all tlie right. title and Interest of said Penjamin t-.Clift, dec aset', of. In and to the following descrilied real state situate.lyinir and being in the county of Holt and State of Missouri, to-wit : The west ha f of the sout hwest lonnn omrsc- tional section .1. In township 5. of range 37 and accrctiorstosame. All lying and leliig in said County of Holt and State of Missouri. .... a , , .WTfXBII I Public. Administrator. Bichville. A small turnout to Sunday school John Hibbard w ill work for Ward McVay. -Will Curtis wilt help M. R. Co minings in his stump pulling. A spleudid rain, lasting from Fri day night until Sunday morning. Dr. Cobb has come back to Rich- ville to practice, and is clerk in the postollice. Lucy Mathows will spend tho pres ent week in Oregon, the guest of Mrs. A. W. Kiug. John Hibh.ird and family have moved to the Williams place to keep house for George Hibbard. Arthur Mibbard's baby has been quite ill.but was better the last we heard. Dr. Cobb is now attending her. Rev. II. Cramnton is to preach in the school house nt Richville, July 2Cth, immediately after bunday school Wnegele'8 have moved their house off of its old foundation and thev are now ready to commence building. The men digging a well for Rolln Ramsey lost their auger in the well at a depth of KCl feet, but were fortiunately able to get it out again. Sunday evening Rev. J. Herrington preaches his closing sermon for the present at Richville, and he intends to take his tent to Amaizonia this week and preach there. Tho reason we failed to mention the entertainment to be given by the Chris tion Endeavor next Friday evening, July 21th, was simply this: Xo one told as of it. It is to be held in Hibbard's hall. We sometimes hear of items when too late to send them in but we never in tentionally omit any. If people will kindly hand in any item they want published, we will attend to it. Aoate. Nickell's Grove. Mrs. Ebert is quite poorly at this writing. Mrs. Andrew Hershner.Sr.. is quite feeble at the present. There will be a church meeting nt the h. A. church Sunday. Liittle Katie Udlvm, of Maitland is visiting her Grandpa Herehnor. M188 (Jl.ira Itower is the guest of her cousin, Wes Zachman and wife this week. L-Waegele threshed 1800 bushels of wheat for Itill Derr last week. It is of tine quality .Misses (Jertte and uaura bwnim. of Mineral Springs, were visiting in the Grove the first of the week. I. C. Rhoades is in Kansas City, this week looking after a well, you can guess the rest 01 it, if you can. u. Meyer delivered hogs at Forest City on last Wednesday. Price. Si per hundred; average weight. .12.. Kuiiolph schlotzliauer, Ulark u. Proud, L. I. Moore, and Walter Smith were in the Grove giving tho boys the candidates' grip. "basdy Kunkol, of Oregon, was with us last week, fishing nt the Xoda way river. Ask "Sandy about moa qui toes on tho .Nodaway; be can give you a full description of those long- billed fellows. 1 he recent rains will be most sure to give good crops of potatoes this year, provided they are kept clean from weeds that grow so rapidly. The blackberries this year are not turningout as well as was anticipated, for the reason that the drouth prevented them from throwing up from their roots as many canes for fruiting as formerly In view of the terrible wind we had some time ago, destroying many peach trees, and tn view of the hntl in some localities, the peach crop will not be as good as some former years. The apple crop also will be light this year for the reason that wind and hail injured them much. There seems to be scarcely no market for them. It may be because money is so scarce. -ThelSOG edition of the Xodaway Valley District Fair association prem turn list has found its way to our desk It is the work ot Dobyns & Curry, ol the Holt County Skxtinki., Oregon, Mo., and displays good typography and press work. Secretary Hart, of the Maitland fair, is a hustler and has some choice advertisements in his catalogue, Accept our congratulations "all, bath of you. We are in receipt of a copy of the premium list ot the Xodaway Valley District b air association to be held at Maitland. August 13, 19, 20 and 21. This is just the week before the Rock Port fair. The list is from the press of Dobyns & Curry, publishers ot tbellotvr County Sentinel, and is a neat piece of work. E. L Hart, of Maitland, is secre tary, and will give you any information desired and will be glad to send list to any one interested. Tarkio Avalanche. Some early apples, some time ago. were shipped in barrels by the Kreek Bro3.. and they were requested to send no more'in barrels, but to send them in baskets, which indicates that our northernlmarket is nearly closed for want of means to pay for them. There is one thing that the fruit growers of this section 6hould soon learn, nnd that is their apples can be utilized by their stock. Horses, cattle nnd hogs eat them with great greediness, and in the past some have kept their hogs for months in good thriving condition and fed them exclusively on nothing but apples and weeds, with some slop from the house, Some horses are so fond of them that ou will find it difficult to eat an npple even when they are in the harness, for they will certainly ranke an effort to share it ith you. At first thoy 6hould be fed sparingly to stock; when this is done in a short time they can be turned into your orchard, if need be. and eat nil they want. So many apples as here tofore rotted under the trees, should not be nllowed to go to waste. That terrible disease, hog cholera, would largely disappear if our hogs could have more diversified food. When so many thous and bushels of them rot under the trees it is to give us a good crop of insects to destroy and make worthless our com ing crops, and will they evpr cense tneir destructive worn under sucn circum stances? The nr.swer is no. And it is time that soma other cause be pursued. ears ago there wad some profit in rais ing apples, and there is now, and if the the sources of our profits are cut off in one direction, let us turn our attention in 60tuo otherdirectton. A. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, his wife, by their neeaol trust, uateu the I ttli itav of January. Itvjs. and recorded In the recorder s oftlee of Holt county. Missouri. in book 7;. page 31. conveyed to Kobert Mont gomery, as trustee, me following iiescrmeti real estate, situate. lying and being In the C'ouuty f Holt and State of Missouri, to-wit: All of a tract of laud commencing twenty-live feet west of the southeast comer of lot one ij. in iiiock nine I'Ji in ineongiuai iou laitland : thence running north one hundred lion; feet: llieiicrr west twenty-two 221 feet ; thence south one hundred f I Wl feet : tlwnce east. d twenty-two (221 feet to the place of IhvIu ig. Iteginning at a ltint forty-seven 1;1 t west of the southeast corner ol lot one m Ing. r , , ill block nine ll In the original tiivrn of Mait land ;thence north one hundred ll!feet ;thence est thirteen il3 leet ; ilieiice soiling mo- Ired tool feet; thence eat thirteen im ei to place of beginning. Which said conveyance was made In trust to " . nf urn certain urnmlssorv :"u,.s..vv.':.v;.jr.vv;...i;wriiiid where- rdefarTlt lias hn nuileh,' the paynient of said note; now therefor. I. the. undersign .d trustee. In pursuance of said provision . of sal. deed hi trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said notes aforesaid. 111 on """ SIONDAY. AL':CST2I. 1. between the hours of ten o'clock in the fore man and five o'clock in the afternoon of said il iv at the north door ol the court house, in the city r Oregon, in Holt county. Missouri, pro ceed to sell ail. orso much of said real estate, as may lie stifflcl-jHt to pay said notes, interest and costs of this proceedlng-the sale to be at ntildic auction to the highest bidder for cash In hau i. KOKEin MUX l'OOMEUY, Trustee. Try a can of Hopkins' Steamed Hom iny (Hulled Corn.) It is delicious. Fell qunrt 10 cents. tf Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah Patter son, his Ife.hy their deed ol trusr, dated theM day of January, island recorded In the re corder's office ot Holt county. Missouri, iu book M.page-ITU.couveyedto Kobert Montgoruery. as trustee, the following described real estate, situate. I) ing and being in the County ot Holt ami State of Missouri, to-wit : Sixteen acres bounded as follows to-wit: Commencing in the center ot the slough 2IH rods east of the southeast corner ot the south west quarter of the northwest quarter of sec tion 11. hi township til. ot range 37; thence north 173. east 21 rods along with the center ol the slough : thence north !!-;. east ten rods ; thence south liiC.e:Lst 14 roils ui.l lhn.-.iith 3-. east 14 rods; thence north 12 rods to a sycamore tree; thence north Ki3. east 42 rods to the top of I lie bank on the Nodaway river to a large cottimtKxl;thencesoutlHS,east 12 rods down to the riirht haul; or n.- thence south B,s, east 17 rods; thence south 3f5. southeast t74 rods: theimt west 1111; rods to beginning, all tn tonriMhlncr. or range 37. Also comnienclmr nt th -t htnt or water edge of the slough at a point where lie hall section line running east and west through the center nt section 11. In townskin m. of range 37. intersects the same; thence east It rods to comer from which a Hackberry 12 mches tn diameter brs. south 55'; . east 1" links ; Honey 1-ocust is Inches in diameter brs. ii.rlh4l', .west i: links; thence south 41 rod to bank of sloush : thene? In a northwvstrtv direction with the meandcringH of the east bank of theslotii:!! to the eoinmeneinr romer. excepting three acres off of the iiast slue there of owned by J no. V. Davis, the tract hereby conveyed containing te-i acres more or less. Also commencing at the southwest corner of the southeast uuarter: thence ninnini- north eighty rods, thenoe east one hundred and eight rods, thence Ninth forty rods, thence west sixty-eight rods.thence south forty rods, thence westioiheconimenciiiKcornar.all 111 section ten (10). in tuwnshlp sixty-one (61), of range thirty-seven 37), containing 37 acres. Which said conveyance was made In trust to secure the na ment of a certain nmn-iis-uirv note in said detsl of trust described :and where as default has been made in the payment of said note; now therefore. I. the undersigned trustwe. In pursuance ot said provisions ot said deed In trust, and at the request of the legal holder ot said note aforesaid, will on MONDAY. ALliUST 21. 1K9G. lietween the hours of ten o'clock In the fore noon and five o'clock In the afternoon ot said itayvit the north door ot the court house, in the city of Oregon, in Holt county, Missouri, pro ceed to; sell all. or so much ot said real estate, as may be sufficient to pay said notes, interest, aiidcostsof this procsedlngs-the sale to be at nubile auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand. KOUKKT MONTCOMKKY. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. Cornelius Mobilized and Amanda M. lloblitzull. his wire, by their deed of trust . dated the :tl day of January, Itosuul recorded hi the recorder's oftlee of Holt eoiinty.Mlssouri, in hook 71. page rot .conveyed to Albert ltoccker as trustee, the following described real estate, situate. Ijiug and being In the County of Hull and State td Missouri, to-wit : Seventy-one 711 feet in a Dirallel strlo of equal width off uf the east ends of lots two (2) and three (3). in block eleven (II). as the same is uesignaieii on ine reconieti piai oi me city ol Oregon. Which said conveyance was made In trust tn secure the payment of a certain promissory note iu said deed of trust descrilied ; aud whereas default has been nuide in the payment of said note; now. therefore. I, the undersigned trustee. In pursuanwe of said provisions of .said detsl hi trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said note aforesaid. 1 will on MONDAY, AL'C.UST 21. I89G. between the hours of ten o'clock in tlie fore noon and live o'clock In the afternoon of said day. at the north door of the court house, la the city of Oregon, hi Holt county. Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. or so much of said real estale,a may !e sufficient to pay said note, interest and costs of this proceedingthe: sale to beat pub lic auction to the highest bidder, for cash in hand. Al.llKlcr ICOECHEIt, Trustee. Public Administrator's Sale of Itcal Estate. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an order of the probate court ot Holt county and state of Missouri, made at the Hay term. 1;. I. tides A. l.-iughlin. public administrator within and for Holt county, and in charge of the estate ol Jacob J. Frey. deceased, will on MONDAY. AURIKST. 10. 1KW. between the hours ot ten o'clock in the fore hooii and five o'clock in the afternoon of said day. and during the setting of the probate court. aiinenonn ironmooroi ine court nouse. in the city ol Oregon, county of Holt, sell at public auction io me nigii for the purpose of p auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand for the purpose ol of the said Jacob title and interest of said Jacob J. Frey. deceased. t. In and to tlie following described real estate situate, lying and being tn the county ot Holt and state ot Missouri, to-wit: Sixty acres In a parallel strip, off the south side of the southeast quarter of section 21. Also fifteen acres of land, described as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of section 22, thence north 60 rods, thence east 3 rods, thence south 12! degrees, east 30 rods, thence west 4 rods, thence south fiVi degrees, east 31 rods and 7 links tn the section line, thance west to place of beginning. All hi township GO of range ss, in Holt County, Missouri. All lying and being m said county of Holt and Slate of Missouri. OI1.KS A. LAUCIIMN. Public Administrator Trustee's Sale. Whereas John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, hLs wife, by theirdeed of trust, dated the 2fitii itay of April, tssi, and recorded In the recorder's oftlee ot Holt county, Missouri. In book At, page .V, convey ed to lien ry Shutts. as trustee, the followinr described real estate. situate, king and being in the County ot Holt and State of Missouri, to-wit : rue south nan ot tne soumeast quarter s of ne'it of section number four 141. In townshlo number sixty-one cil.ol r.iage number thirty seven 371. aud the north half of the northeast quarter uiS of ne U. of section number nine :. in township sixty-one L'.'l. of range number thirty-seven 1371. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of a certain proraLssory uoteln said deed of trust described: and where as default lias heed made In the pavmeut of said note: now therefore. I. the undersigned trustee. In pursuance of said provisions of said deed in trust, and at the request of tlie legal holder of said note aforesaid, will on MONDAY. AUUUST24. 196. betweon the hours of ten o'clock in the fore noon and live o clock In the altemoon of said day. at rhe north door of the court house. In tna city of Oregon, in Holt county, Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. or so much ot said real estate, as may be sufficient tn pay said note, interest and costs of this proceeding-the sale to be at 1.5 iuiiiic auction to me nignesi niituerior casn in mil. hen icy snu its. Trustee. Public Administrator's Sale ot Keal Estate. Notice is herebv given that bv virtue of an enter of the Probate Court of Holt Ounty and State of Missouri, made at the May term, l9i;. I.tSlIesA. I.'itighlln. Public Admin istrator within and for Holt County, and In charge of the estate of William Kails, de ceased, will on MONDAY, AL'CUST 10, 1806, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon anil rive o'clock in the afternoon of said day. and during the sitting of the Probate Court, at the north trout door of the Court House, in the City of Orecoti.County of Hnlt.selt at public auc tion to the highest bidder for cash tn band, for the purpose ol paying the debts of the estate of the said William kalis, deceased, all the right, title, and interest of the said William Kail, deceased, in aim io me iouow In" descrilied real estate, situate. Ivlnz and be ing In the Comity of Holt and State of Missouri, to-wit: The northeast fourth of the northwest quarter of section 21). in township GO. of range 3S, except a strip 20 test wide, beginning at the southwest corner and running north 40 rods. Also sixteen acres of land in a parallel strip off of the north side of the southeast fourth ol the northwest inarter of section 20. In township ni.ol range 3s. excepting a strip of land, off the west end. 20 feet wide reserved for a prlvato road. All king and iieing In said County of Holt and State ot Missouri- tilLKc A. I,AUf,Ill.l?i. Public Administrator. Public Administrator's Sale or Real Estate. Notice is herebv given that by virtue of and In accordance with the provisions of the will of Mary A. J. Lamb. deceased, I. Ulies A. Laugh lin. Public Administrator with will annexed within and for Holt County, and in charge of the estate ot Mary A J. Iamb, deceased, will on MONDAY. AUOUST 10. IK. between the hours of lo o'clock In the forenoon and tlve o'clock In the afternoon or satd day. and during tho sitting of the Probate Court, at the north front door of the Court House, In the City of Oregon. County of Holt, sell at public auction' to the highest bidder for cash In hand. forthepuriHiseolpaymKineoeuis oi me es-i-.tt. ar iti sn M.-irv A. .1. Lamb, deceased, all the right, title, and interest of the said Mary A. J. lamb, deceased. In and to tho following de scribed real estate, situate, lying and being In the County of Holt and State f MUsourl. to- wit i.t.i.iiul l. in block 2. Western addition to the CUv of Oregon. Missouri. All lyingand be ing in the hi said County or Holt and State of l.T I'll IM . f . ,tl,V ,1 MISSOttri. IIBI.r-s A. ,111.1.. iuiiiic Atiroinisiruor. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. John Patterson and Sarah A. Pat terson, his wife, by their deed of trust, dated the 3rd day of October, 1KI2, and recorded in the recorder's office ot Holt connty. Missouri, hi book ."1. page 519. conveyed to Kobert Mont gomery, as trustee, the following described real estate, sittuite. Ivine and helm? In the county of Holt and State ot Missouri, to-wit: Commencing at the northeast ine comer oi lot twelve 1 12). block eleven 11 in the orlgnal village of Maitland. Mo,; thence running south fortv-fivo '4.11 feet: thence west foriv-four 14 1 feel ;thenc north forty-five 45 feet ;thenceeast f.uir-foiir 41 feet to the place ot beginning. Al-ui all of lot fifteen ti. In block nine 9 in the said town of Maitland. Mo. Which said conveyance was made ie trust io secure the payment oi a certain promissory note in said deed of trust descnbedaiid where as default ha. been made In the payment ot said note ; now therefore, I, the undersigned trustee. In pursuance of said provisions of said ist. and at I ue request, ot tne holder of raid note aforesaid, will on MONDAY. AUOUST 24. I8DS. between the hours of ten o clock In the fore noon and five o'clock Iu the altemoon of said day. a: the north door ot the court noose. In the city of Oregon, in Holt county. Missouri, pro ceed to sell all. or so much otsalj real estate, as may be sufficient to pay said note, interest and costs of this proceeding the sale to be at puunc auction ui me nignesi uianer lor casn in land. KOUKKT MONTuOMEKi. Trustee.