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Walter Staley's family is now sett'ed in their new house. The meeting at Denton church, has closed with tvi ;iitiitionrf to the church. - J. W. King and family visited their daughter, Mrs W L Stahn. on Sun day. Mrs. Robt Emerson and daughter Fannie visited friends at Ne' Point, last week. Miss Frye, (teacher) will irive a box social at the school house.Tuesday even ing, November 27th. The health is good in the neighbor hood, excepting Mr. Spr-rleigh's baby, it has been very sick with pneumonia. These visited at Robt Emersons lately, Ed. Evans and wife. Rev. Hobbs and Rev. Wiedemeyer, the Misses Edith Frazier and Blanch" Morgxn. Miss Mor gan expects to leave soon for her home at College Springs, a We accidentally discovered that the severest pains io the stomach were im mediately relieved In turning and rest ing on kn-es and face, and for a cold or cough better than ""Doctor Medicine" is a syrup made with hoarhound tea. The little ont-s like a candy, not too strong of hoarhound. Ohskkvek. Forest City. - Mrs. Henry Kails was shopping in St. Joseph, Friday. Carl Ledgerwood, of Langdon, was in the city, Saturday. Mrs. Dan Larkins was shopping in St. Joseph, one day, last- week. Rav. O. C. Citnlen is the guest of relatives in Quitman, this week. -Hugh Connor, of St. JoeepS was the guest of friends in the city, Sunday. Sterling Hamoi, is the guest of his uncle, Dr. Chandler 'and family, at pres ent. j-Mr. Fitzgerald, of Illinois, was the guest of friends near.tbe city, over Sun day. -- Quite a number from hero attended the Chrysanthemum show in Oregon, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Watson entertained a number of their friends at cards Satur day evening of last week. Miss Shambaugb, of St. Joseph, and Miss Schulte. of Oregon, were the guests of the Misses Olive and Margarette Boyd, Sunday, Mrs. H. E Burnett. ofjMound City, and Mrs. Henry Qlay, of Maitland, visit ed their sisters, -Mrs. H. L. Acton and Mrs. Shauck Smith, last week. Will Fitzmaurice has been very sick the past 10 days with pneumonia, but at this writing is couralescing, and will soon be in his usualhealth again About 20 of our young people at tended a "Box-Supper'' at Exodus school house, where Mtes Laura Bullock is teaching school; last Friday evening.and a splendid time is reported by all pres ent. Mrs. Sipes, who was reported dau geriously ill a fe days since at the home of her brotheri Harry Jimmison.in Kimsey district, has been slowly improv ing, and was taken, to her father's home, one day last week. Mi6S Mabel Boyd left Friday for St. Joseph, where she entered the Sisters' Hospital a3 a student to become a train ed nurse. Miss Grace Quick is with her also. Their many friends wish them success in iheir new field of labor. Don't forget the Ladies' Aid society, of the Christian phurch, will give a Thanksgiving dinner at the City Hall, November 2!. Price, only 25 cents; chil dren, 15 cents. A gereral sale will be held, and many jisofui articles can be purchased cheap. In the evening an oyster supper will be given. Let every nnft attend and heln a rood cause and have a good time. "Aunt Ann" Martin (colored) was found dead in her yard Tuesday morn ing, November 20, 190G, by Walter Ash- lock. He notified the neighbors, and eoon a crowd had gathered at her home It is supposed the old lady was taking her night wood to the house when she fell, whether an accident, heart failure paralysis no one seems able to tell, or at what time she fell. Every one was hor rified to hear of "Aunt Ann's" death in such a dreadful way. Ruth. Thanksgiving Service. A union Thanksgiving service will be held in the Presbyterian church Thurs day, November 29, IU0G, at 11 a. to. The sermon will be preached by Rev. Hobbs of the Evangelical church. A cordial invitation is extended to all ' By order of the Pastors Union. T. J. Envkakt, Pres. Real winter was ushered in on Mon day with one of the heaviest and most general snow and sleet storms that has marked the month of November in years past. After GO days, during which the nmhinpd nn-c'iBitation has been three innliPH hfilow the normal, the drouth was broken and before daylight Monday morning the snow began to fall, continu ing throughout the day. accompanied by a temperature rauing in the 2o's. Snow was reported from Denver, El Paso and Little Rock.whilo sleet fell through out the Southeastern regions. Terrible wind and rain storm visited greater por tions of Tennessee, Mississippi.Alabama and Arkansas, on the 18th,causing great destruction to life and property. The next number on the lecture course, will be the John Thomas iYLusi cal Company. - Special in Men's Vork Shirts, they are the oOc value, aud arr- goiug as. .'He each. C. W. KING. On account of sickru hs, the ladies of the M, E church v. ill not give thei Thanksgiving dinner as previouslv an nounced. The bazaar, however, will b yiven later. - Frank nd Charlej-, the two splen did sons of "Shed" Schooler, of Mait land, were visitors here over Sunday, corning Saturday in time to visit the mum show. There . ill be a "Box Supper" and festival at the Bluff City school house, Monday evening. November 20. Every lad' expected to bring a box All are cordially invited to attend. - Winter is about here, and tires are likely to occur from defective Aups -now is the time to examine them, and make them safe. After your homs is in ashes is a very poor time to examine the flues. Stipt. A. R. Coburn is on the pro gram of the Northwest Missouri Teach ers' meeting which meets at Maryville, November 30 and December 1, on the subject, "The Opinions of a Superinten dent." Miss Emma Idker, of Union town ship, who was so very low from ap pendicitis, has so far recovered as to re turn to her home, from St. Joseph.where she was under treatment in one of the hospitals there. The first number of our lecture course was given on Tuesday evening, of this week, by Col. Ham, of Georgia. His snbieet was 'Oid Times in Dixie." He is a good speaker, with pleasing voicf and poetic style. He 6poko in a brilliant m.tuner and gave general satisfaction 1'he audience was fairly good and seem ed well pleased. The next number will be the John Thomas Musical Company. and is one of the best on the roid, and should be attended by all lovers of good entertainments. If you are in the market for DIAMONDS, I can interest you. CAREY E. BUNKER, Jeweler & Optician, Oregon, Mo. Nearing His 103 Mile Post. Peter Meade, who reached his 102 mile post in February last, is the oldest citizen now residing in our county, and while quite feeble, he was taken to the polls in Nodaway township, November 6ih, and did what he says every good citizen should do, cast his ballot. Mr. Meade is the hfth resident of our county, who lived to the century mark, all of "whom but Mr. Meade are dead. Mrs Elizabeth Brady died Oct. 7, 1878, at the age of 104.. Isaac Hayes, 102, died Oct. 18, 1880 Elizabeth Pope, age 104, died Oct 7, 1878. Jesse Welch, age 102, died March 22, 18W3. Mr. Meade was born in West Virginia, February, 1801, and when a mere lad went to In diana with his parents, and then to Iowa and Missouri, and resides with his daughter, Mrs. Gujer, near Richville While a resident of Andrew county, his wife died, and io 1880 he came to this county and has since made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Guy er. He was 24 years old when he caBt his first vote, which was for Andrew Jackson, when he made his second race, which was in 1828. He continued a Democrat until the troubles leading up to the Civil war came up, and when the flag was shot from Sumpter he alligned himself with the Republican party. He was a babe of one year when the Louisiana Purchase was made, and was eight years old when the fifth state, Louisiana, had been admitted into the Union. At the time of his birth, the Federal Union consisted of 17 states, the original 13 and Vermont, admitted in 17!H; Kentucky in 1792; Tennessee in 1700; Ohio iu 1802. and Louisiana in 1812. Thomas Jt-fferson, the third pres ident, was serving the third year of his term when Mr. Meade came into this world. When he was born, the net rev enues of our government was but $9. 000,000, while it took but $8,000,000 to run our government, whereas to-day the receipts amount to $600,000,000, and the expenditures, $575,000,000. When a young man he could not ride on a steam boat, nor could he send a telegram. He was five years old when Richard Trevithick uttered the following: "The present generation will use canals, the next will prefer railroads with horses, but their more enlightened suc cessors will employ steam carriages on railways as the perfection of the art of conveyance. Or.e year before his birth the first two tons of Anthracite coal was brought to Philadelphia, and the people tried to burn it, failed and then broke it up and made a walk of it; 14 years later a Mr. Shoemaker sold eight wagon loads of it in the same city, but warrants were soon issued for his arrest for taking money under false pretenses. As he grew to manhood he could not buy a paper for a cent and learn every thing that had happened the day before all over the world, nor could he use an iron bridge to cross over the streams. In short he has roalized a great many things since he was a lad. OREGON LECTURE COURSE, 1900-1907, vill be he d in the Christian church, and v ill consist - f fiw numbers, two iiuisicales and three lecture. Season tickets, adults, SI 50; single admission, 50 cents. Season tickets for school children. gallery, 75e: single admi-sion, school children, ga.lery, 25 cents. Senson tickets are now on sale at Lin ville's Restaurant. Next number. December 14 The John Thomas Musical Company. Sued for Libel. D. Ward King has brought suit in the circuit court against Superintendent Reavis, of the Maitland schools, alleging libel. Last winter Superintendent Reavis and Robert King had had some misun derstanding regarding infractions of the rules, and the final result was that, ac cording to the records of the school board, Robert was expelled. This action was taken, it is claimed by Mr. King, after the board had been notified that Robert would not attend the school any onger. This fall, Robert went to Oregon to at tend the High school, and Prof. Coburn wrote to Prof Keavis for his record here His grades for the time he attended were sent, and the further statement that Robert had been expelled hero, but th-.-t thfi nrofessor honed he had had time to reform so that he would giv Prof. Coburn no trouble. Mr. Kint? obiected to the inference that his son needed reforming, and en tered suit for 62500 for damages At torneys have been .iere several days th past week, taking depusitions.to bo used at the coming term of court. -Maitland Herald. Letter List. The following letters remain uncalled for in the postoffice at Oregon, Mo., for the week ending November 23, 1906: LETTERS. Robert Murton. CARDS. Wallace Fulton. Tn (nllincr fur these nlease sav: "Ad vertised." Tom Curry, P M OFFICIAL STATEMENT No. 639. Of the Financial Condition of the Zook & lf.uibni linn kill" f'lltllI:i!IV. !lt OreiTOU ut..t..r.f MkviiiiH -it. lln close nf business Oil the Lith day of November, tJHKi, published in the Sentinel, a newspaper pnniew sum pub lished at Oregon, State of Missouri, on tin: 'Ma uay or iNovemoer. law: KESOFBCES. r .mil (liwrmintK. nersOlial or 'collateral S11.!'!2i 3! Loans, real estate .0.-; 00 I l.-nwlfift ... Ill 4 W Bonds and stocks .00 00 Real estate (banking house) :..00 00 Other real estate k.. li'ttrnitnrit :ni(l fixtures M"0 00 Tt.... r-.... .iilmi' lin!.- rinil li'inkcrs. suhliTt, to cheek 70,1)17 14 r-ool, 0..rv .... . 170 31 Oii'rreiifiV V -t000 00 . . i .::n til follows 00 00 Totui ?-w.ow : LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid iu ? 21,000 00 Siirnlns fund 5.000 00 Undivided uroHLs. net 4,0W 44 Due to banks and bankers, subjeei in check. .. 8157 25 Individual denoits subject to check Time certificates of deposit...... SViliS 07 Demand oerttticaics oi deposit Cashier's checks Rills payable and re-discounts Other liabilities as follows 00 CI 00 C3 oo i:d C.) IM Total fSbtm -M STATE OF MISSOURI, i Cnnnt v of Hull ( We. c. 1J. Zook. as Diesident. and Albert liwl-iti. .i ,".liii. nf vriid liniil.-. t:ich of US. do solemnly swear that the alvve statement is t rue t the best of our knowledge and lie lief. C. D. ZOOK, President. AI.UFIJ'P lfOFfMCFU. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me.this 17th day of November, A. D., nineteen hundred and six. UTPVEs; mv i:ind and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid. (Commis- ISEAL.l sioned and dualllied for a tern expiring December 14th, 1006.) V. II. RICHARDS. Notary Public Correct -Attest : D. ZOOK. ALBERT ROECKKI!. (!. L. CUMMINS, Directors OFFICIAL STATEMENT No. 141H5. ( if t.lie. Financial Condition of the Rank of LVtrixw t.Vii-lio St!!ti of Missouri, at, the close of business on the 12th day of Novem- ner. Jin), puimsneu m inu ami wumj nar ituel, a newspaper printed and published at, Oreiron. State of Missouri, on the 23rd day of November, 1900. RESOURCES, lms : i ikI discounts, nersoiial or collateral $ TX 00 Loans, real estate 00 00 Overdrafts 00 00 Bonds and stocks 00 00 Real Estate (banking house 00 00 ()tlii-r real estate 00 00 Fiirtiit.iirit and fixtures iHl 00 Due from other banks and bankers, suliioft. to check t.1.r)l Cash items W 00 ('nri-encv 00 Knecie 245 IH) litlmr riMiOiirces as follows , Fvn..nses 24 3 Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided proiits, net Due to banKi and bankers, subject to check Individual deposits, subject to check Time certificates of deposit Demand certificates of deposit Cashier's checks Bills payable and ru-dicounta Ot her liabilities as follows Interest and exchanjre $ll,01!l 14 ? 5.000 00 00 00 (VI (X) 00 00 t;.ois :u IKI 00 110 00 00 OO 00 00 SO Total 511.019 14 STATE OF MISSOURI, County or tioit, t -We, W. H. Richards, as president, and J. A. Williams, as cashier of said bank, each of us, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and bc jt.f W.H.RICHARDS. J. A. WILLIAMS. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 17th day of November. A. D., nineteen hun dred and six. . WITNESS my hand and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid. (Commls fSEAL. sioued and qualified for a term ex piring October 4. 190S. EDW. E. RICHARDS. Notary Public. Corrcct-Attest: JOHN F. MEADE JOHN E. TAYLOR, GEO. W. COTTEN, Directors. Dyer is Indicted. An indictment charging D. P. Dyer, Jr , son of United States District At torney D er, for the extern district of Missou'i, with embezz ing $61,500 from the St. Louis ?ub tieasury. in which he was receiving t-iier, was returned Sat urday last, by t;.e federal giand jury. He p'eaded not gui.ty and his attorney waived rnading the indictrnen'. Ten reside lis of Pike county, Colonel Dver's former home, accompanied him and his sou when they into the court mom for the arraignment- Among them wore Congressman Champ Clark and David A. Bill, of Louisiana The gave $10, 000 bond for Dver's appearance. Jan uary 8 h. Dr. Proud tolls us Gottleih 0:t has a babv girl at his bouse, b irn November 2 1: Will Markt, a girl also, born N" vem bar 16th Supposed low prices. Is the allurement that causes a great many people to patronize the mail onter houses. If you think y.u can purchase J-welrv cheaper in far awav cities than ou can rig-it hero in your own town, wo would like "the chance to c uvi. ce you of your mistake. For it IS a mistake on your part, a mistake that works you harm as well as ourselves. We request an oppjrtunity to prove this. Will you put us to the test? CAREY E. BUNKER, Optician and Jeweler, OREGON, MISSOURI. OFFICIAL STATEMENT No. 6C0. rt 4i..v i.;. rendition of tho Citizens' Bank of Oregon, .no., at wrcm, i Missourl.at tno ciose oi uus mo ub i-u day of November, 1900, published in the Holt County fenunei, a newspapei um-M. ". .,i.i wiuwi nt. (ireiron. State of Missouri, on the 23d day of November, 1P06: RESOURCES, r .....I riiuiiiiit nersonal or Vo lai'firal...: ? 46.982 31 Loans, real estate Overdrafts Bonds and stocks. . . Real estate (bankinjr house) Other real estate Furniture and fixtures Duo from other banks and bankers, subject to check Cash, items Currency Specie Other resources as follows ,: 70 49S09 00 00 00 IX) oo a f 3 00 72.271 7(5 1)97 1,813 00 1.425 98 00 00 ,O05 1 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided nrofits. net 20,000 00 4,000 00 4,915 40 00 00 Due to banks and hankers, subject tn check . Individual deposits subject check..-. 9G.S77 7fi Time certificates of deiiosit.... 4,211 W Demand ccrtiticates of deposit. Demand certihca Cashier's checks 00 00 . 00 00 oo oo 00 CO Rills payable and re-discounts... Other liabilities as follows Total ...S130,0T5 12 STATE OF MISSOURI. County of Holt. f '.. It.. '.... liniMii miwiili'iit and (? .1. Hunt, 'as cashier of said bank, each of us, do solemnly swear that the aliove statement is true to tne nest oi our Kiiowieuc aim uc lief. DAN I EL ZACHMAN, President. f I 1 1 1'VT 1:isliiif Subscribed and sworn to before me.this 17th day of November, A. D., nineteen hundred and six. WITNESS mv hand and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid. (Commission, a SEAL.l ami qualified for a term expiriiur December 14. 1!HV.) V. H. RICHARDS. Notary Public. Correct Attest : C. L. EVANS, T. S. HINDE, B. F. MORGAN. Directors. OFFICIAL STATEMENT No. 1016. Of the Financial Condition of the Bank of Forest City, at Forest City. State of Mis souri, at the close of business on the 12t h lay of November. 1906, published in The Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper printed and published at Oregon. State of Missouri, on the 23d day of November, ltVO. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, personal or collateral 5 87.025 30 Loans, real estate l.u.i 00 Overdrafts 1:5-5 Bonds and Stocks 00 00 Real estate (banking house) 1.400 OO Other real estate 00 00 Furniture and fixtures 300 CO Due from other banks and bankers. subject to check 48.323 32 Cash items - 50 Currency CO Specie U'31 Other resources as follows 00 00 Total 514 1, MM 64 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, net.... Due to other banks and bankers, snhiect to check 25,000 00 3,000 00 3,3-m! 64 00 0 Individual deposits, subject to C.(.K- 105,.Ts9 46 Time certificates of deposit 5.031 54 Demand certificates of deposit 00 (X) Cashier's checks "0 00 Bills payable and re-discounts 00 00 Othtr liabilities as follows 00 00 Total 5141.806 (VI STATE OF M ISSOURI. I County of Holt. f8"" We, Emil Weber, as president and H. L. Everson. as cashier of said bank, each of us, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to t lie best of our knowledge and be- ll, f EMIL WEBER. President. II. L. EVEBSON. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 20th day of November, A. D.. nineteen hun dred and six. . WITNESS my hand and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid. (Commls I SEAL.l sioned and qualified for a term expiring December 18th. 1908.) JAMES A. LEASE. Notary Public. Correet-Attest: .VugEggk. J. A. LEASE. Directors. TIME Ail tr.--.iii. dally except as otherwise hotea. Tralu No. KOttE.vr CITY For Council BlulTs and Omaha from St. Louis and St. Joseph. For Lincoln, Denver, Colorado and Paeilic Coast f nun Kansas City aud St. Joseph. For Lincoln, Denver, Colorado and Pacific Coast from Kansas City and St. Joseph. For Council Bluffs. Omaha. St. Paul and Minneapolis from Kansas City and St. Jo seph. ForTarkioaud Nodaway Valley branches from St. Joseph. For f'oiincil Bluffs. Omaha. St. Paul and 41 A 43 21 .V45 Minneapolis from St. Louis, Kansas City and St. Joseph. Way freight north bound For St. Joseph from Villiscaand Nodaway and Tarkio Valley branches. To St. Joseph and Kansas City from St. Paul. Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Bluffs. To St. Joseph aud Kansas City from St. Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha and Council Bluffs. t To St. Joseph and St. Louis from Omaha aud Council Bluffs. Way f reiirht south bound. For Lincoln, Denver and Western points. Sunday only. A 91 A 46 22 20 2fi A 92 15 16 For St. Joseph, hastern points. PROPERTY FOR SALE BY PETREE BROS. 6 BENTON, OREGON, MO. 2M) acres line bottom land. situate A'i miles northwest of Forest City, near church and school. Ail In jrrass and jrrain, except 10 acres 280 acres, sit uate near the above land and adjoining the Big Ditch. Nearly all in grass or pasture. This has small improvements on it. Price. $50 per acre. No. 2. 240 acres, situated in same neighborhood and adjoining the Big Ditch, small house and good bam, all under fence. Price, -560. No. 3. 200 acres, one mile south of Napier, adjoining the Big Ditch, good house, small stable.or chard. Price, 550 per acre. No. 4. 240 acres, t1.? miles from Forbes, two frame houses, three rooms each, small barn, all un der cultivation and fenced with post and wire. Price. 10 per acre. No. 5. 185 acres. 31 5 miles north of Oregon. Frame house, 6 rooms; frame barn 40x50; granary, corn crib, hog shed, smoke and chicken house, running water, plenty of fruit. Price, $70 per acre. No. H. 100 acres, 6K miles southeast of Mound City, near school aud church; new frame house; barn 36x42; windmill and tank: l.Vi acres in cultivation. A splendid farm for $10,000. No. 7. 140 acres. IU miles north of Forest City. Log house with three rooms, about W- acres of apple orchard; all under fence. A good place for 540 per acre. No. 8. 126 acres. 2!4 miles north of Forest City, Two story, 5-room dwelling; small stable;plenty of fruit and water. Some Itottoin land, and 56a an acre will buy It. No. 9. 74'i acres, lit miles northeast of Forest City. Has good houseand barn and all otherout buildings. 40 acres fenced with hog wire; splendid orchard, in fact a good home and .n an acre will buy it. No. 10. 41 acres 1 mile northeast of Richville. Frame house with three rooms; 30 acres under cultivation. Price, $35. No. 11. 24 acres. 3!4 miles northeast of Forbes. Dwelling of three rooms; barn 22x24 ; 10 acres of apple trees ; 300 pear trees, and all other varieties of fruit. Close to school and church. Price. 51 .W0. No. 12. 16 acres, 2tf miles northeast of Forbes. Alt in orchard. Price, $1,000. No. 13. 72 acres, IY miles from Forbes. 3-room log house. Priee.5500. No. 14. 5 acres, suburbs of Forest City, all covered with fruit of various kinds. Frame house of three rooms: barn 24x48, and ot her out buildings. A splendid little home for $1,100. No. 15. 66 :iores. 24 miles southeast of Oregon. 3 miles east of Curzon. A good frame house, plen ty of fruit, and very cheap at -545 an acre. No. 16. 80 acres. 6 miles southeast of Oregon. Dwelling of three rooms, good stable and corn crib. Located in a good neighborhood, on the main road. Cheap at 560. No. 17. 47'i acres. 4'4 miles north of Forest City. Has an orchard of apples, peach, pear, cher ries, plums, quinces and grape vines. Frame house of 4 rooms, small stable. In fact, a good little home for 51,800 No. 18. We have Oregon city pro jerty that we would like to show you. also are agents for north west Texas laud. Excursions 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Write, or call and see us. PETREE BROS. 6 BENTON, Oregon, Mo. PUBLIC SALE! I will sell at Public Sale at my farm near Nickell's Grove, G miles northea9. of Oregon, and 3J miles southeast of New Point, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1906, beginning promptly at 10 a. m., the following described property, to-wit: 4 Head of Horses, consisting of 2 Work Horses; 1 Mare with Colt; 1 2-year old Colt. Two of the hores are fine single drivers. 40 Head of Cattle, consisting of 10 Milk Cows, 4 with young calves; 3 Heifers, soon be fresh; 1 3-year-old Shorthorn Bull; 1 1 year-old White Faced Bull; 13 head of 1 year-old Steers and Heifers; 7 Spring Calves 90 Head of Hogs, Consisting of 17 Broods, some of these are of the Duroc-Jersey stock, the re mainder are good feeders. Farming Implements. 1 Farm Wagon; 1 Low-Wheeled Wagon; 1 Deering Binder; I Check Row Corn Planter; 1 geared Feed Mill; 1 Broadcast Seeder; 1 Hoe Drill: 1 Banner Riding Plow; Cultivators; Spring Wagons, Buggies; Work Harness; Corn Sheller; 1 Disc Harrow and other articles too numerous to mention. About. 1200 bushels of Corn in crib; nearly 12 tons of Clover and Timothy Hay, baled; about :") tons of Oats Straw, baled. Household Goods. 1 Walnut Wardrobe: Bedsteads; 3 Heating Stoves; 1 good 6-hoIe Steel Range, with tank and warmer; 1 hand Cream Separator, capacity 37" pounds per hour, used only one year, good as new; 1 220 egg Incubator, called the Old Trusty, new, and various other articles. Terms of Sale: All sums of 810 and under, cash in hand; over that amount a credit of 12 months will be given, purchaser giving note, with approved security, bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Lunch wagon on the ground. Ulrich Burger. R. C. BENTON, Auctioneer. A Daily Except Sunday TRAIN SKRVICK. Drnars S:10 a m 9:13 p m 12:50 p m 2:31 p m 5:10 p m 1:30 a m 9:45 a rn 9:45 a in 3:03 a m 1 :02 p m 8:17 p m 1 .33 p m 12:37 p m 5:35 p m Kansas City, St. Louis and uiuiay only. of timber. Price, ?60 per acre. No. 1. JOHN HI3BARD, Clerk. TABLE.