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X- . t -r. -t l-,.,- Real Estate Mimeograph. roBLtoiicn wmu.t Br r, k. iiichahik, t)HK0M5( HO, orriti rrriH in tiir Mntiitr. nuK Abstracter tnd Negotiator of Loans Transfers for Meek ending May 15, l!i.: waiiiiaxtv unit's Emory E Mooro to Mjron 1 Ztchary, n I na 1.1, 02, 3i. ... 8,000 Tllllt- Kawkstotieorge Allabac, 12 iii acres nw ne.T.'. oo, i, lois2n.:i,.ii,:w, m, ,ii, x, block .11: block :w ex lots 1,'JH, 27, 2-J5 lolftt. l, 10, 11, 12,13, It, block 101, lots ft, il, block 102, lots 1, 2, S, It, 10, 11, 12, 13 ft 14, block 100, all In For- est City - too Wm F Hrsgg, Jno II Koevcs to J as M Thompson, n 23 ft In lot 7. block 6, Md City 1,200 Wm II Allen tolleln Vollmers, se sw 0, 2, 40, ex w 2iM ft.... 3,400 QUITCLAIMS Wm O Dodson to O II Kamsay, Jsnds In 12, no, 3) CO Transfers for week ending May 22, liilft: wauiiantv ur.r.M Samuel X Ilutrlck to Ktra Mar tin, 22 a aw 3l, HI, .T. t 'ifitol Wm J Wilson, et al, toltebccca Wilson, w to ft oil w end lots 1, 4. block Mound City. 1 V N Ma-emon- to It C O'liell .V T t: Hums, lot 1, block 1, Martin Add, Corning 1 KmmaO Fast, et al, Toner of Atty, to I' A k liernliardt Christen Transfers for week ending May2(', lul.'i: wauiiantv iki:i. Wm II VanVlcklu toOraScrlv. tier, lots IT and is, block A, I .V M Add, Craig, ex sw loo ft 12.5 Ora 12 Andes to. lames M Col lins, IK) 21 acres 22, ill, .11. ., . S.oro ISebecca Wilson to (iertrude Hrown, w loo ft lots 1, 4 Si .'), block ."IS, Md Cy f.ort Ada M Caskey to Nancy Hens ley, lot 1, block 3i, Md City . 2.'i John T Fryman to Nancy liens ley, e t block ill, Md City.... l.V) Gerhardtll Holtgrevc-wlll qlllT-CLAIM1 Wm O Dodson to O II Itamsey, lands In 12, no, 30 CO John S Smith to Nancy A Ilensley, Iota 2, 3 it 7, block 3, Md City 137 Wm M Morris to Ilobert Ilens ley, lot 4, block 33, Md City. C llessle M Spencer to lien II Si Nellie F Watson, e 115 ft lot 1, block 7, Md City 1,000 Chas I) Zook to Wm II Itlch ards, 100 01 acres 4 & 3, ilt,3U 1 Apple Blotch Causes Fruit Losses. Apple blotch Is a disease which oc cur on the the follSL'o and tlm fruit. Infections may begin as early as three weeks after bloomlnir and con tinue well Into the summer. usually howeier, Infections occur mostly from four to six weeks after bloomlnir. It Is neccessary that the llrat spraying be on the trees by four weeks after the blooming, llordeauz mixture Is the only mixture used thus far that erTecta a satisfactory control, and In those orchards where blotch Is known to be present to a seriously damaging extent It la the only mixture on which It la safe tort Ir. In caaea of moderate Infection & single spraying may be sufficient, bnt usually more than one la necessary. A dependable schedule of treat ment, consisting of three applications ts given by F. W. Faurot, of the Uni versity of Missouri. First: Three to four weeks after blossoms fall, Dordeaux mixture (0 pounda blue atone, 8 pounds lime, 100 gallons water) to which la added 4 pounds arsenate of lead paste for cod ling moth. A stronger, Dordeaux might be snore efficient, but the liability to Injury would be cor respondingly greater. Second: Five to alx weeka after blossoms fall Bordeaux mixture, same as for first application. Third: Nine to ten weeks after bloasoms fall, Dordeaux mixture (8 pounds blue stone, 8 pounds lime, 100 gallons water) to which Is added 4 or & pounds arsenate of lead paste for the first spraying for second brood of codling cloth. In south Missouri this application comes at Just the right time to help control bitter rot. Y. P. A. The V. I'. A. monthly business meeting was held at Mrs. C. W. Hart ram's residence. Most of the mem bers answered the roll call, and the officers were on duty. After the transaction of business, a musical program followed, which was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Ilartratn surprised us, In a most f leasing way, and served Ice cream, strawberries - and cake, 'of which all ate heartily. With more singing and music, all parted with a smile, and a longing for the next meeting to come. U. Fn v. THE HOME CIRCLE. (iooil Hooks n lilcssiii In Old ami Voiiii. Nearly Every Successful Man Reader of the Best Literature. Ily rtadltig the history of the pat we can Judge of the future. Parents should realize the fact that If they wish their children to make the most of the opportunities that life presents they must teach them to love good books, and must realize that schools cannot do all. Good looks for study and entertainment In the home circle cannot be too highly prized, for, after all, Il Is what the child gathers In Ids home that remains lasting In his life. "Kducate the people," was the rirst admonition addressed by William I'enn to the colony which he founded. Listen to Henry Ward lleecher In his address on "books and Charac ters:" "llooks are windows through which the soul looks out. A home without books Is like a room wlthouiwlndows. 1'areuts should place In the hands of their children books on the up-to-date topics of the time." Iiaulel Webster sld:"My opportun ities In youth for acquiring an educa tion were limited, but 1 hadthegreat good fortune of being well supplied with usef ill b.wks, and It Is tu these that I attribute my success In life." Henry Clay sild: "A wise mother and good books enabled mo to succeed In life. Shu was ery poor, but never too poor to buy good books for her children." When success comes to the children from bookless homes It Is the etcepllon and not the rule. Thu pioneer might as well have said, "Walt till thu rail roads are built and then 1 wlllexploie thu country" as for onu to say "I will wall until 1 am better oil tlnauclally before I buy books." In tills day and age the selling of good books should be encouraged In uery way possible. What the llllh Century tins Done for Uh. The record of what wasdone Initial century has been told by John Mc Govern, of the Chicago Tribune, In his new book, "The Fireside Unlver stty for Home Circle Study and Kn terialnmenl." He tells how the stud enta of human needs, laborers for the good of all, have worked In secret laboratories, hidden workshops and behind closed doors, and gives us the results of their efforts In a few easy and Interesting lessons. Without a book like this such a col lection of Information could not be bought for any sum of money. Mc Govern's book Is of absorbing Interest and of great practical value. Not chapter, page or line Is wasted There Is solid Information of the rarest kind on every topic. lie not only tells us of the origin and history of the com mon articles In dally use, but describes thu amazing revelations of science and tremendous Improvement In all the arts of life, and he tells It In an easy and entertaining way. Few authors have such a happy faculty of combining Instruction with entertain ment. "The Fireside University for lidiUI Circle Study" Is a book that will not only be appreciated by atudenta, but will be appreciated keenly by anyone who has a few moments a day to de vote to general reading. Learn any branch of science, langu ago or art and you will Und It of use to you. If asked what book we considered best for the general reader, we would unhesitatingly recommend the "Fire aide University," by John McQovern. We would recommend It for the power and beauty of Its language, as well as for Its practical value to the reader. Advertisement. Obituary. Mrs. Margaret Harnett was born June 10th, IMS, In Montreal, Canada, ard died near Oregon, Mo., May 31, 1010. She came to this state when fifteen years old. Later shu lived In Ohio a number of years. In 1805 she was married to John Griffon. This union was blessed with eight children, four or whom preceded their mother In death. Mr.Grlffen dying In 1831, she was married to G. T. Harnett In 1882. This second union was blessed with three children. She leaves a husband, four sons and three daughters. She was a devoted wife and mother. Some years ago she professed conver sion and united with the M, K. church, She took sick In January of this year and sulTercd much until relieved by death. The funeral service was conducted by F. 0. Wsslnger at Nlckell's Grove, where her body was laid to rest. "Swift to Its close, ebbs out life's little day, Earth's joys grow dim, Its glories pass away 1 Change and decay Inallaroundj'see, 0, thou that changest not, abide with me." X. Screen doors at Iters. Buley Si Kun Monarch. Mr. Johnny Allen was In Oregon, Saturday. John Garner wan In Nodaway, f one d.iy, last week. lohnnle Allen visited Lee Hughes and family, Sunday Mr Fred Hughes went to Nod away, Friday evening. Miss Kdna Garner visited Miss Anls Hughes, Sunday. Mls Kdna Garner Hted Mrs. John Patterson, Monday Mrs. J. J. Garner visited Mrs. John Patterson, Sunday. Miss Dora Hughes visited her cousin, Monday morning. Mr. David Allen had business at Jake Harris's, Sunday evening. -Miss Nellie Hlack visited with her sister, Mrs. Hill Drown, Friday. Mr. Archie McArthurtook supper at Josh Chllcoat's, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Itlack and daughter. Miss Nellie, were In Forbes, one day, this week. -Miss ttoxy Chllcoat visited Miss Anil Hughes, Friday and Friday night. Josh Chllcoat ami .lasper Garner were over to Mr. Slercy's Saturday on business. -Mr. Jim Hlack, of Craig, Is visit ing his mother, Mrs. Hlack, a few da)s, this week. Mr. George Garner an I wlfu and mother, Mrs. J J. Garner, were In 'Jrcgsn, Monday. Miss Anls Hughes visited her cousin, Miss Violet Chllcoat, Sat- unlay and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Garner visit- jterlulug) ami pruten'tu medlcluu at cd with Mr and Mrs. .loth Chllcoat,. the I'lilterslty of Missouri, said that and enjoyed their visit. ui.tiiy nf the illsordeis uf ihe illges. -The children of Mr. and Mrs. ' !' "aci, stioh usd.wnler). diarrhea Jonas Taylor have had the whooping and cholera Infantum, were due to cough, but aru getting along nicely, j 111,1 v wi sM'-'d nillk. -Those who visited with James 'M"1''' "'Is dlrl." said Doctor Smith, were: Clarence Lilly and wife, I J.'. II le and Itoy Ashv orth and family, and James I T " '"' b,.U,.F 1 a'1 ,w!,,"1, Smith, Jr and family, (discharges of thu vow herself In ,, ,, , .some cases disease, garget, and sepllc -Mrs. Grace Hughes and baby, of irol, ,1tl;Cl ,,, , Skldmore, who have been visiting re. l n,0 ie r U(J ,um. to her home, Tuesday. Mrs. Grace Hughes and baby vis ited at her father-in-law and mother-in-law's, Saturday night, Sunday, Sunday night and Monday. -Clifton Chllcoat had his mouth badly bruised aad upper Hp badly cut by falling on a nail In a board, while playing, Tuesday afternoon. viii.vii wiiiivv-v vutu.vi w IIIJi uncle's, Albert Wilson and family,1 Clifton Chllcoat went over to his Saturday evening, and was unable to return home on account of high water for several days. The sun shone out bright Monday morning for the llrat time In a week, and was certainly a welcome sight v-i...ni n .nr ... .m!llnK'llents Is a wholesome and Plaining of dry weather lately! I l"; '! yjn young child .n vi..- .i.. -i ... .. 1 ten, and Its use shoud bo encouraged, -fhe ve has left sjlu10w UrKely UMd bj. conviK,M. bank,, ami Is still In t ie corn neldseeilta wm, n,a jWflt of rcaulta. that were looking so nice. They are! "It should always be remembered now all covered with water, and the lllU K00t, ttork,ione In a diary may heavy rains have also done much ',)e M,ollc,, by carelMS uznMn of tho damage to corn on the hill land. ralk , ,lie , lome." This bucking between the mcr-1 . chants In Oregon, holding up tli, ForliM n.kinltnn I.. II... II. I.. .... II.. UIUCS. u Zm W " il.. hi imirf. At i... . . ri.trw.n. beionuim, tn m, ut...... certainly had his nerve. A friend if ours, whom we will call Mr. X, was motoring toward Oregon, "The City Worth Patronizing," and In ascend ing the bill near Mr. Blmray's house, something became wrong and the car refused to proceed. Mr. X got out to see what was the matter, when a saucy young chicken appeared, and craning bis neck, walked around and at last turning his head on side and looking up Into Mr. X's face, said "Cheap, cheap, cheap." Mr. X. high ly Insulted looked the Impudent young fellow In the eye and said, "humph, I guess It beats walking If It Is cheap," and Jumping Into the car. was soon In Oregon. Joiinnv-Jump-Up Napier and Vicinity Claude llrown spent Sunday with ins uncie, u. u. mown. Fred Cottier and C. C. Hrown were In Oregon, Saturday. Ed Noland visited with his old pal, F.zra Martin, Monday, Mrs. Mally visited her mother. Mrs. Chas Paxton, Saturday. Claude Hrown, of I lag by, snent Saturday night with his grandma, Mrs. J. J. Hrown. George Hush and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Hush's mother, Mrs. Will Wake and family. Mr, and Mrs. Warn Littles snent Monday evening with Mrs. Littles' father, Frank Skeels and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe IIuiTur ami Mavliuo and dauL'hter. Sunday evening wlthO. 0, Urown and lamny. Artlier Hrown anil famlli- nt Kansas City, are visiting his mother, Drown. on, j. u. urunii, aim uroiner, U, V, . ..Nkuo Will Morris Is nnw nnmn luin and Is convalescing, but confined to his home. A MtKAT I'OtiljTKY SHOW. Mlisourl State Fsir Brlnfs Out Best In Feathered Tribe. The poultry cxMbll at the Miss ouri State Fair ari annually among the chief attractions of the state's great exposition Missouri Is the premier prtiliry state of the I'nlon and It Is but II Ml in; that Its state fair should feature this great resource of of the Male. This year the usual liberal pre mulmsare offered In all classes,' and In addition the Missouri Stale Poultry Kxperlmeni Station at Mountain Grove has offered 2 for every blue ribbon taken al the state fair at Scdalla, September 25 to Oc tober 2. T K. ijulsenberry, honor ed above all other poultry men In the United Stales by being made superin tendent of the poultry exhibitions at the Panama-Paclllc exposition, will be superintendent of the poultry division of the Missouri State Fair this year. He Is Director In Charge of the Mountain Grove Kxperlmeni Station. The Judge this year will be Thos W. Southward, of Kansas City, the west's most noted and eminent Judge of poultry. Pure Milk Will Save the Babies.' Not all the deaths diirhik summer arc due to "rocking the boat." This l the time of year when the greatest amount of Intestinal dlseaase, and coiiseiuent death, occur among babies and little children. When avki'il tin. cuts, of Mils. line. tor l. I'. lUveiicl. professor ofibac hut, however, diseases of the illges tlu tract most prevalent In children, which cause a large death rate, are often brought about by an excessive number of ordinary germs found In thu Intestinal tract of cows, many of which bring about rapid souring and decomposition of thu milk with pro duction of poisonous products. "I'dders and Hanks of cows should he cleaned and moistened betore ---- milking. The milker should have clean hands and the milk can should be cleaned and sterilized where possible. "Milk which Is used In manfactur- Ing Ice cream should have the samo I care. Ice cream made from pure ! -We... Curkttdall's mother fell Monday of this week, Msy 31, and re 1 number of bruises. Nobonts I? broken ml !' ,'?pf t.l",."'e win rccuver iruui net injuries in short time. The work In the Melds has" been stopped nearly two weeks on account of the wet weather. The bottom farmers will not be able to work for another week. Some of the men and boys around town ars helping them catch the tlsh out of the fields at present. Mr. Ledgerwood, the agent, ar ranged to have No. 27 and No. 20 stop to accomodate the witnesses, who had to appear at Oregon, May 27, In the case of the State vs. K. A. Walker. The Jury went to the Jury room at 3:15 and returned an hour later with a verdict of not guilty. During the late rains and high waters the north bound track, south of town, has been out of commission. All train service Is being carried on over the south-bound track. Great holes have been washed out and In many places nearly the whole road bed has been undermined, The township Sunday school con vention and basket dinner was postponed until Sunday, June Uh. Our superintendent, Mr. K. Itankln, and his co-workers are trying to get Dr. DeLong for that day. Dr. DeLong Is liked by all who have heard him. Come and you will like him, too. A Foil wis lloosTi'.ii, The Tri-County Bridge. Judge W. M. Hlackford, presiding Judge of the Nodaway county court, went to Oregon this morning, where the Holt county court ts In session. Ills mission Is a visit relative to the building or the trl-county bridge and the paying of the expense. Holt county clans to have Nodiwav county pay the expenses and will later Mvn; t saw iela 1U Ujl ment will be worked out it tlm rnnrt session today. Maryvllle Tribune, Colorado's ''Dolled' I up rur Exposition Tourists Colorado Is In her party tvvn this year, llt-r mountain art; looking tlttiir lincst. Ntswr wns her Hct'iiery inoro en cliantiiiK lier sky a purer blue hur air a better tonic. She Is welcoming those who are taking advantage of the Hurlington'H Grand Circle Tour to nee Colorado MY DAYLIGHT en route to tho California Expositions. And there Is no renson why you who nro roIiik to innke the trip should not taste the full glory of peeuio Colorado. Don't slip through in the dnrk or go 'round it alto gether. Wlmtever yon do, don't omit Colorado from your Itinerary. Tnko thu Hurlinglon! Come In and let's talk it over. J. T. HIKMINGHAM, Ticket Agent. Forest City. Mo. That .reminds Mc! If you are going to lake ad vantage of your homestead rights you have no time to waste. A few years from now tlie good land will .all be gone, .now, on ran serine a good so nere irrigated or.T.'ii aere Monilell liniiie.-tead on mighty attrartive terms Let me Mind you partirulars free. S. It. Howard. Immigration Agent, loin Fariiam Street. ( maha, Neb. Trustee's Sale. 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"? nrorrcK cif khIiI hule wli rf.mr.l.i.nduii.lrrllie p.,wrr vnlnl"!! .... ,.j (.. " ui . U.I, Will, till Monday, the 2tbDro(JuB. torn til tlii-C);irt HnuiV..r liilln. oily nr Ore iron. Unit County, Mlvourl. M-llutlit rrnl siHU.iiiiulim-yi-nUue, mile I.UIii'.t bl.l- MASK I'KTIIKK, First pulilli-utlon. Mity iN, ti. Tr,,,u'' PETREE BROS, ATTORNEYS AT 'LAW Office first door west of Citizens Hunk. OKKUON, MltiSOUHI. Tcachwrs' Examination. The teachers' examination will tu. held at Mound City, Friday and Sat- uraay, June 4 ana o, beginning at 8 a. ru., each morning. Amikiita OuaKN-Muiii'iiv,1 County Superintendent. Attention, Comrades! Members of Mevnr I'nsr. il. A. R will hold their next regular meeting at the home of John Jones, on Sat- uril&v. Jnnu 911 llll.t nt .-ii n sharp, to attend to such "matters as may come ueiore tliein. u. W. Cummins, Commander. K S. Mono an, Adjutant. From the Dallv Aurora U'nrlil. uubllshed by K S. Mlckev. formnrlv proprietor of the JelTersonlan, we learn mat his daughter, Miss Lynette, Was married on Tiinsrlnv nf last to Marvin nbucliln, of that city. The many friends of the bride tn this com munity will be Interested In this fact. News JelTersonlan, Mound City, T lIaeTltr BLACK JIM. Hlack Jim Is a mammoth Kentucky .lack, il yfars old, hlsek with w.ilU polnu, heavy Imne, stands IS hands high, weight 1,0.V) pounds. He proved himself Ki per cent foal getter last season. He has tieen examined by a veterinary and pronounced as being free from hereditary, Infectious, con tagious or transmissible disease or unsoundness. Hlack Jim will make the season of HU.'i, at my home, one fourth mile west of the Monarch school house, A miles west of Nodaway and 8 miles southeast of Oregon. TKHMS: 110 uo to Insure live colt. 1'attlcs disposing of marcs or remov ing them from tho county, service hecomes due and parable at once. Mare and colt will he field for service fee. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsive should any occur. G. W. GARNER, Owner and Keeper Trustee's Sale. VII,:,ti:1.y I I i.f TriKt 'M.il tit '.'M tlrty tf hity, iiti'l of riivnl In llmU I ill iijWe ,, nf lh trill t't'it rtittiit of Mult rmi til y, KwMiti..lnliii KjiIUum r ami ri.r.Ml.i Kit 1 1. ii 1 1 it. hU Mlfc. inivfi ti lsit UrnU's. Iftnlct' tin fitlLtHlltJ M'rlti'sl tv il rol'iiM It intf. 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Tlittt hlff.tntl Ii i Ihtii ihiuIi' In tin inyiiii'iit nf 1111' HIHTi-M IMI IIM1 lit Ml' llllll lilt irKHl ihimht lln-rif 1m rtiitniitl iiii tn t'wrrUi Hit (NiWiT nf oftti'ln im1 viMihI hy ii Irrin of mill lrut ilitil, im llih frf, inllriNlit r'liy irlii tlmt purnritil In tin-t-mt-r i U-s In tut- y fc.itil irtt nf irut timi iHirmitit In 1 rtiiiri of llti li'tf.il ImliliTnf mill iinlt. t wlllnii Salurtlny. Juot Alh. ltltr., I tin fmiiiiltdtrxr Hit' iiMiri llnu In th fllynf Orritnii. Mull CiMinty. MIMitirl. I lwiiii tin lnMirf nlniMiVltN-k In tlm fin instill iiml (! uVliK'k In tin ifM'rnunn nf tiM il.il. I1 tin hIsiii' ilmrllt riiil tut out lmlitli uucllttii fur itth tut lit liUit M.Mt r tl. K. lIKt.VIN, liitHT uml Actlnit TrtMev. Truitec's Sale. UIIKIIITAX, tl.it lit II. Urllry uml floru A. Ki-lli-y hl wlli-. l.y thi-ir t- rinln Ihiil i.f I'rnsl ilninl Man-lii'lli, mii, tiss.nliii In hn Id-iirili-r'sitllli'nr Hull rniinly, MU-iiirl. Ii UmU 11 ut iiit.( 15.1 i.ii Hit nth day or lirt-li, lvi iiinvryi-il tn tin- iinili-rltfiii-il Tru-ti-w Ilit MtiiMliitr ili-M-r'lMil rrnl fsintt hiiii,tti. In Ml ('iiitnty. MI.Minrl, lu-wlti The M'Utli liuir nt I In. h..itl hwpsl Uii.irli-r ir Fis-iI.iii I'.li'vi-n ill' In Tiikii.IiIii I irty.nliH iH'inl llsnm-'riilrly wren iXf. In Tru.t t.i sivttre llu- ihiil "f 'I oi'iily.lKii llumlriil iftii H.illnr,iii-ili'ni-iil hy lln-1'iii' iinitn I.M.ry tuiti-Hun In iKscrlltsI, line Htr yt-urs urti-riliiti- AMI WIII'.IICAS II I- ,r.,l,li'.l In sadl H.-.-.II.I Tni.t Unit Kthf Ilr.l mrlli' shuulil lull nr rt'tu.i. In p-iy llu-jiI0 tmii or tint Id lett'sl llii'tfiinnn tiny iliiy Mhrn llu' kuiim sli.iiittl Ihh-i.iih' ilni' ttiiil tiiii iitii' iimiritltitf tu III ti'mirtliiti mnl i-lttxi it k-tlU nnli- lltt-n tliv Hli'ile Mint Oiiiulil 1,1-ivniiii ilitv mi'l lur-nil,-uml tlm sniii itu.iiu ut t,c riNiertl i,r lhi'lt'jltvlU'rvfilil Mi' sluiulil urtxvt'it In oi-lril.t- frSrrty tttwirn rlwrllM-il i.r uny P'iri iln-riiil fnri'iisli. Urn klrlim Ihlriy iUy nuniliiliotlivulllvtlio"' IvrmjiiDU uIboc nr lilf 1111(1 tll-litntK-My lo I Siil". ) inlr llK't'init In -ijt"c fil-wit)f r urlnltil uml liiililMii-il Inniiliti'iiiilily nt Hull onil t'lrcum nilit-U In fi.i'lniili-ol llu- irops ny MUI lu Hit tmriliu-r. AND IIKI1K. (Irl.inll Ims lirt-n tmJc In tilt' piiyitii-iil nf tin Itilcrrst ilnti mi u(! nnt mid lliP liyldcr has ilccl.m-il the wholn stint lluv mid t)ysb!k' under Hit' pmvUlniik nf tlm sid triul need sit'l hns rtiiut-sH-d tuc tn ' 'MiWuKllWlillt: tinili'i'lsjirr'lir slvrn timi I, II"' undrrsliiiii-d Trulr. trill. I'" Mondtf,JuM 7lh, 10101 iK-lwrcti llic hcilriiif S A. 31. und i I'. M.. nf timi dny sell tin' kiild vrnperly uf the Nlitli Cnurl lli.u.o itimr In llirl.'lty nf Ufi-curf, ifolt Cnutity, MI.M.url, fur rash It Itif rmrposo nt liuyltiu siild drill iinu liitvrrot ,Swl ihe con ut t'Ms'UlllIK I lila Irimt, ,, IIAV.MOMI II. CAI.K'f.t Truatre, Trustee's Sale. U IIKIIKA. Ilitvld II. ICrltvy und Flora A. hellt-y lil wire, hy their lerluln Deed nf Trnsl duid March cth. HI.', reinnlisl In Ilia Iteiiirtler'ft link-fur Unit Cniinty, SlhuNinrl, In hunk i.'t nt puite likl nn thu llth tiny of March, lur:. conveyed in the underslKtied Truitrn llie (iillowliiiIil.--rll'il reuleatiitealtunle lu Unit Uiiiinty. MlKMiurl. lo wilt Tin" Niirllieatt tiuarler nf the HiiitliwiH.t. Uuiiricruml IhcSuullicai;! (Juurternf Nurih went lyiiiirii-rnt eiH-iinn r.ieieu (ill in Inwo ship I'lfty-nliii' -".() of I Inn ae Thirty. tevrn I'I'l. Ill I rust tOfci-curi'ltu'dehl nf Kmileen I utidrtsl IIImioi IKillura. ueldeiired ht il, one prunil.Miry iiuli- thiriln di-H'rlbi-d, duo . ASH WIIK.IIKAs'll l iiruvldrd In il,1 lieednf Trust thill If the llrst iiurllin sliuul I full nr refUhl to II1IV LllU Mild llilti, nr tlm In. tereat tlierenu tin nny iliiy when the minin NlMitildlHs'ninediieiind pttynhle accordlnir lu the tenor ihttu mid effect ,r aald ntle then the whole sum aliould liecimin due mid buy able mid the aulil triiHiee nt thu i-coitem uf the Ii-kiiI holder of a.ild note should procenl lowll the properly ahove di'M'rllied nr tiny in.ri iiirreoi ii.ri.aaii, ura UIVIIIU lllirty Way null I' lintli-e nf tin, tilt.,,, trrnu i..l li, .,r sale mid lliu properly to hu aold, hy ailu-r. tlaenient lu aotne newapaiH-r printed and uuhllaliFil lukaldcoiinlyur Holt and execute ii deed In fi-t'hltnpluof ihe property sold lo the ii lire ha ner. AMI WIIK1IKAH default has la-en made lit the liaytiii-iiiuf the Interest dueon suld Hole and thelio tier hiiuili'Cliiri-il it... ul.nl.. ... due mill pa) alilu under Ihu provUlona of tlm siild trust died and Imt rtiiuealed me to evet'tiie auld iriiHi, XOWTIIKIIKI'OIIK tinth-c la hereby ttliet, that l.theuiideralitnedTrii'.lee, will, on Monday. June 7lh, IMS. In tweeu tl-e lioiirauf i A. M. and I I'. .M.. i,t thai day afll the said property at tho North Court Hoiiae door In the Cliy of Oreuon. Holt Ciiunly, Ml.wiurl. for caah for the imruoac of paylnit aalil di'liiaid Ititercil und the coat nf i-M'CUIIiik t til- tni.t. KAY.1IU.M1 C, UAI.KINS, Trualeo. MAIL ORDER DRUG STOtiE. If your local druoglat cannot aupply youiaSr,n,,.llI,90 .w 'upply SCHOPFLIN PHARMACY. BthEdtnond8ta., St.JoMph.Me. Vim J sail IV lit, May 2T.