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THEIQIAPAll.Y,|^aigTEBrWgPNggDAY 1915. ^copp Passes up Some Material for the Servant Problem Story. By «^0F* WANTS—ALL KINDS WANtS-^ALL KINDS. Ik Hi IF IN "NEED OF A FARM LOAN, or any klni of INSURr ance, come me. I am pre- Itared to TAKE CARE of you. R, L. Thomj?soii, office over Evans" Drug Store. Tel. 142. RECilSTER^ TAX BE BOIIOHT AT the Hess Drug Co. Store at Humboldt. Papers leave press at 5 p. m., reach Humboldt 5:35 p. m. prompt. FOR SALE—FOR SALE FOR SALE—FIGURE PAPER AND [sheep skin scraps. The Register Book bindery. WA.NT—A MIDDLE AGED WHITE lady to do house work. Mrs. Mary- Dozer, Bayard, Kas., Box 12. BABIED CARBD FOR AT 202 N. Tajflor. Mrs. Oldliam, LaHarpe, Kas. THE UNION I PACIFIC TEA CO. Vfantj* man In ejvery city or village in Kansas to sell our goods to consumers. We a>e our owii importers, selling direct to consumeirs tTiroiigh agents, giving valuable anil useful premiums to those who buy the goods. Thi« proposition offers uniusual opportunities to men who can qbalify and Vith ability to sell. Do noi apply If you cannot furnish bond, ^usf be a resident of that city and pceTer one who has had experience as an agent. No. 7 North J «/fer8on St., Ibla, Kansas. WANT TO RENT—TWO FURNISH- ed or parity (qrnished rooms for light housekeeping; close in. Address, Rooms, tare Register. PORTRAIT MEN—DO YOU KNOW the Photographer '6 Coupon iProposi- tion, 1 cabinet photo and a $5.00 14x20 portrait for 9,^^. How can they ^o it? Advertising stimulates future business. Can use a few more experienced salesmen to travel and advertise. Salary or commission. For particulars, see Roberts at the Y. M. C. A., lola, 7 to 8 p. m. Imperial Adv. Co. WANTED—S^N TO LEARN THE l)arber trade. Piiisltively the best trade of the kind. Cin prepare you in short tterm. Wages while learning. Open to everyone. Apply: by Aail. Moler Barber lollege, Kansa^.City, Moj WANTED — EXPERIENCED M I L- linery saleslady. Must have reference. Address Milliner, care Register. WANT—TO 'RENT FIVE R 60 M modern bousei^close In. Phone 639. WANTED ^THE ADDRESS OF those who will have turkey eggs for sale. Address X, care Register. THREE GOOD PROPERTIES ON paved street. Will sell, trade or exchange. See Kelley, Pennsylvania Hotel . EGGS FOR HATCHING, ROSE Comb Reds. Also 1 splendid cockerel. Phone 510. I FOR SALE—FOUR-YEAR-OLD DUR- ham cow - giving milk. Phone 240. Ringlcr Land Co. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—PURE bred White Rock Cockerels. $1 each. Mrs. Walter Strong Phone 94, Moran. FOR SALE—40 FOOT LOT Wltil 1) room house one block from square on terms. Phone 117. FOR SALE—GOOD WALNUT POSTS Phone 975 -21. FOR SAL£>—A LOT OF SECOND- hand heating stoves. The Furniture Exchange, 202 S. Jefferson. EGGS PROM PURE BRED RHODE Island Reds and Single Comb White Leghorns, good laying strains, 75c per setting, 13 .00 per 100. Mrs. G. G. Dick, LaHarpe. , FOR SALE—GOOD CLEAN RED Clover Seed, $10 per bushel. G. 0- Dick. LaHarpe, Phone 723. FOR SALE—THREE SPANS OF mules and span of ponies. Phono 154. Frank Boyer, I^Harpe. FOR SALE CHEAP—FIVE ROOM house, barn, chicken house, fruit. Inquire 323 N. Third. Phone 1042. FOfe SALE—FOR SALE-! FOR SALE—FOR SALE • • « • • • • • « * •:• •> 0. C. WAITE « FInmbine and Kepalringr ^ Phones—Office and Res., 1258 • 205 South Jefferson FOR SALE—ONTi SPAN OF THREE yeskr-old fllleys: good ones. Two and one half miles north on State street, lola, Hans, phone 981-31 . FOR SALE—GOOD PIANO REAS- onabie; 718 E. Jackson, FOR SALE—TEAM. HORSE AND mare, sound, weighing 2,750, work anywhere. A. F. Florence, lola, Kas. Phone 1165 or 643. I FOR SALE—PURE BARRED PLY- mouih Rock Cockerels. S. W. Harris, Geneva, Kan. • FOR TRADE—NEW BUGGY FOR milk cow. C. C. McCarty & Son. FOR SALE—FIVE-PIECE PARLOR set, mahogany Bnlsh; one wardrpbe, mahogany finish, and one roller I top desk (oak), and one flat top desk (oak). 314. N. Colborn St. FOR SALE—GRAY MARE, BUGGY and hamessroOl N. McRae, Gas. FOR SALE—GOOD SECOND HAND Reo five-passeftger touring car. Price reasonable. O. D. Courtney, Savonburg, Kas. FOR SALE—BARRED ROCK Cockerels, fine ones from penned fowls, $1 each. Also eggs $3.00 per hundred or 50c setting of 15. Emma Mueller, Humboldt, Kas., Route No. 2. REGISTERS CAN BE BOUGHT AT the Hess Drug Co. Store at Humboldt. Papers leave press at 5 p. m., reaches Humboldt 5.j35 p. m. prompt. FOR SALE—WHITE ORPINGTON eggs for hatching. Phone 392. Sharpe. RUNNER FOR Ducks. SALE— I N D I A N Phone 975 -2. FOR SALE—SMOOTH MOUTHED work horse. Cheap, if taken soon. R. M. Williams, first house,south of Electric park. FOR SALE—FIVE ROOM HOUSE; built three years. Price right. 402 N. First St. FOR SALE—PAIR MULES, CORN, Hay and Household Furniture. Telephone lOoO. FOR SALE—WHEAT STRAW AND fodder. Phone 987-34. FOR SALE—IMPROVED 120 ACRE farm, 7 miles east of Burlington. Price $5400. Address LaRue Sisters, 419 S. Third St., lola, Kas. FREE, VALUABLE STOCK BOOKS with each purchase of LeGcars Stock Food. Eakin's Hardware. FOR SALE—PIGS AND SHOATS. Can 9871-23. Frank Bale. FOR TRADE — GOOD AUTOMO- hile. What have you? C. C. McCarty & Sou. FOR RENT—FOR RENT FOR RENT—ROOMS FOF. HOUSE keeping or sleeping; partly modem; 212 W. Madison. FOR RENT, FOR SALE, LODGING, Furnished Rooms, Boarding, and other cards can be had at the Register office, neatly printed in large, plain type. Five cents each. F. L. B. LEAVELL, M. D. Specialties— Diseases- of the Chest. Diseases of Children. X-RAY. Phones-Ofiice 147; Beg. 147 lola State Bank Bldg. J. B. FEPFEB DenUst Office t er Riley 's Hdw. Store * East tilde Sq. Fhone C87 <• IRA B. FRAKTZ OFTICAL CO. lola - - Kansat FOR RENT—FURNISHED 604 >«. Jefferson. ROoilS. _J;0STJ^mj2UND_^ LOST—GOLD WATCH AND FOB Sunday. Leave Register, receive reward. ATTENTION FARMERS—L A R G E building to move; good condition; no plaster; easily wrecked. Cost $1500; price, $175 cash. Some snap. Address E, care Register. has been receiving seed and bulb catalogues and seeds andl bulbs and NAME "Medicine Hat," in Canada, Derived Peculiar Cognomen From Head- dres$ of Chief. • Not many persons know what waft the origin of the strange name borne by the Canadian city that Rudyard Kipling once called "the city born lucky." ' The word "medicine" means more io an Indian than to us. We think of it as meaning something nasty that is good for us, liut the Indian dlstlh: gulshes as "good medici't^e" and "bald medicine" anything: that he fancies will change his fortunes for better or for worse. Ima^nd that Lo is hunting antelope and meeting with no success, i Presently he finds an empty cartridge shell or the top of a tomato tin, and shortly afterward he gets a shot at his game.' Can he'doubt that the piece of tin or the shell gave the luck? Not he. He .wears that fragment of tomato tin or empty shell about his neck with his other jewelry, and It is "good medicine." Several years ago there was a Blackfoot chief who, lived in the vicinity of Seven Persons river, where now stands —Tell your Wants to 20,000 thru the Register's Classified column. LUURPE KENS FOR TODAY B.4T BARTLITT IS RECOYERI>G FROM SE^'ERE ACCIDEXT. Otto Oblfest t0 Betarn to LaHante— News SkcK of City and ^Vicinity. I.AHARPE, Feb. 24.—About seventy of the little tpts in the primary rooms vill present "Tom Thumb's Wedding," March. 2nd, at the Wen opera house. The receipts j'will go to the Victrola fund . • k Will ani Fred Btirifetl left Monday; for Altoona where they have employ-, ment. j " I James Welch, oi Green Castle, Ind., who has been: visiting his cousin, Mrs. Anna Barker,^ and family has goro to Ottawa for a (visit with relatives. Mr. and Mi's. Chas. Wray, liavn rc- »turned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Busley at Kansas CitJ. —Dr. F. sR. Hook, Physician and Surgeon. Phpne 66., Office south rooms over .Na'tibnil Bank Ray Bart|ett, who was injured a week ago' when he was dismantling the kiln at^'tiic East Works, has recovered sufficiently to be up and around the Jio'use. Mrs. James McKaughn ulio hps been visiting hep daughter in Kansas City, has returned home, r The W. C. T. U. will meetj no.\,t Tuesday with Mrs. P. W. Jury.; Mrs. Bow. of Geneseo, New York, left for Detroit, Mich., after a visit with Mi -6. r. H. Hackney. John' Wj Bartlett and family will move today to his farm northwest of Br on sou. —As I j^n quitting housekeeping my household^ goods are for sale. LP. Malcom. [ A numi>6r of friends and neighbors of Mr .ahdf Mrs. Louis Frerking gathered at tSeir home Friday night and Sperlii FrJi-es Groceries J, Tills Week. Best flour fl.85 Corn,'4 cans 85e Larg^ Raisins, lb. 8c 3 Talj cans Salmon 25c PurejLard. lb. lie Compound, lb. 9c Silk^oap, 21 bars for ... «0c 35 bars for fLOO Coal bil, gallon -— !c Sugaci.ielbs. for ..-..-._.$1.00 H. sriTobacco. per lb- 48c Bulk rCo'ffee, 2 lbs. for—..25c Highest' marlcet jirlce paid for Produce. J. A : BBOWjr. - LaHarpe, Ksns. * * # liauurpCf nans* ••- vei-y pleasantly surprised them, the occasion being Mrs. Frerking's birthday. The evening was spent with music and conversation. Little Miss Hazel Frerking gave several readings which were much appreciated by those prt^c.nf. . At a late hour the guests were invited to the dining room where a dainty three-'coursc luncheon n-as •served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Thayer, .\lr.s. Darnell", Miss Eva Pnr- fell lUiii Mrs, L, Wagner. The guests were; .Mr, and Mrs, Ezra Carpenter. Mr and Mrs .1, C, Darnell and Miss Vivit>n Wil.-ion, \ir. .and Mrs, Thomas Thaynr, Mrs, Strnud and Miss Francis Stroud .Mrs. Marsh. Miss Eva Percell, 'Miss Mamie Percell. Vernon Percell. Mv and Mrs L. Wagner and Paul —If you want some good Wall Paper CHE.AP sec Cooksey, the druggist .Mr. rmd .Mrs. H F. Adams arc the l)arents of a baby lioy, born to them Saturiiuy night. In iionor of her birthday, Mrs. Chas. Douglas yesterday- entertained .Mr. and , .Mrs, i)el Donald and son and Mrs. i .Arthur CrlUy at dinner. Otto Ohlfest. who for several weeks has been visiting his parents, Mr. and .Mrs., .lohn Olilfest. returned last night to his home in southwest Missouri. He intends to return here soon with Ills family and will make his home hero, .lolin Flarlptt and family are intend- inif to niovf^ to a fiirm northwcKt of BronKOn. • Townshii) board held their regular meeting yesterday at the police court room. -^As we haie movca to a, larger room will open a lunch room to serve the'ladies, also. Call and give us a trial. Hart Bros. -Mr and Mrs. J. W. LaMay and Mrs. Foote, of lola, spent Sunday evening with -Mr .and Mrs. J. W. Lawrence. Chas. Harris is moving today to the J. R. Smith property. Ex-Governor John P. St. John, ot Olathe, is here attending to business matters. The W. 0. W*. will give an entertainment, box supper and pie supper, Thursday evening, February 25. Chas. Springston shelled corn for Jones and Synder last week. T. Alex Cairns will lecture tonight at the M. E. church on "Uncle Sam on the Water Wagon," at the National Prohibition Rally. The lecture will begin at 8 ocock. Every bod yis invited. •—Smoke your meat with Wright's Condensed Smoke.—^Waters & Dan- fofth. Drugs and Jewelry. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swisher and family, pf Moran, spent'Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. .T. T. Dowler. Bert Shawl will work in the Daugherty barber shop. Thei -e will be services each night this week at the M. E. church except Sa'turday. Mr, and Mrs. Simon Mann have returned ta their home in Kansas Cltr THE ours D0IH6SIIT mis GitY MRS. BE.V SHACKLETT HAS RE- COVEHEI* FROM ACCn )E>T. M'olf CliHse Resulted rnsuceesiiful- News Notes and FersonnI .Mention. GAS CITY, Feb. 24.—.Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Tompkins, of .Mildred, are visiting a fe-.v days with Jlr. and Mrs. C. M. Tompkins. Wm. Boyd, of Humboldt, is visiting SR '-eral days wth Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Boyd. • Mr. and Mrs. Harvc Hackett are moving to South Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cowan and children of Uniontown. spent Sunday with lohn I5ecring and family, Mr. Cowan rcturnlrig home Monday, but Mrs. Cow an will remain a few days, , James Welch, of Green Castle, Ind., spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Del Adams leaving yesterday for Ottawa. Cha.s. Robertson's team was frightened at the Marr bread wagon and broke the tongue in the wagon. There was no other damage don*. Thore will bo Epworth league meet injf tonight at the chnrch. ; Mrs, Bon Shacklett, who was severely Injured almut a week ago when I she fell, was able to be up yesterday for the first time. Quite a wolf cliasp took place north of town the first of the week. Al Shackford caught sight of two wolves and Che dogs chased them for a half after a three weeks* visit with Mr. and Mrfs. Jess Mullenix. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woods spent Sun day with Mr. and Mr^. P. W. Jurj-. John Ailisop' caught two fisli weighing about three pounds yesterday at the slougb near the west works. He caught them with his hands. To celebrate the birthdays of Geo. Washington, Guy Tredway' and John Walton, Mrs. John Walton^' Monday entertained a few friends at dinner. At the dinner table little hatcbets were the place cards. An elaborate dinner was served to the guests who were: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donnan, Mr- S. E. Wcitfa and Miss Josephine Weith, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Tredway, Mr .and Mrs. .1. T. Tredway and Mrs. Simon Peters. —Dr Ounl^am, Physician and Surgeon, over National Bank. Phone 20. Card of Thanks.—We desire to express our thanks to our many friends for their kind conislderatlan to us in our deep ber«BVement Your cheerful words and Keiierbuii help have been a source of grflit comfort to ua la bearing tbe hea'rjr Iptiji of wife, and mother. Al!so for the many beautiful floral offer- Inge.—WUIiaB| Gwlllim and Famlljr. hour.but did not run them down.; Willie Mr. Shackletora was watcning them he had tied two horses to a piece of machinery and when he returned both horses were badly cut. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ramsey, of Drumwright, Okla., are the proud parents of a baby girl, born January 31. They have named the baby Marvena lone. -Mrs. Ramsey will be remembered as Allie McDaniels. .Mrs. Harve Cogcr who has been ill. is improving. Yesterday's Sews. Gas City, Feb. 23.—Despite the rain yesterday about 76 members of the W. R.. C. and McCook Post and their friends were splendidly entertained | by Mr. and Mrs. J .B. Adams; at the City Hotel. The entertainment was in honor of Washington's birthday and the hall, parlors and dining room wore decorated with flags and bunting. At noon tlie guests were taken to the dining room where an excellent dinner was served by the I'adlcs. In the afternoon tlie> lime was very pleasantly spont with converFation. A flashlight ph'ti 're was takon of ilic crowd in tlie afternoon. .Mrs, J. n. Heath, wiio has been ill for a number of wecUs, was not so well yesterday. Archie Woods after a few days' layoff from tlio store, is back at work. Allen Golhe. of ITtimboldt. spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Ben Shacklett ;ind Mr. and Mrs. Tom Goes. Mrs. Julia Corn.s, after a ))leji,sant visit with Mr .and .Mrs. Isaac Carl and Miss Rose Corns, has rcturnnd to Bron son. .Allen ICnsniinger has rented the Bue Riblmn Stock Fair!, cast of town and \vill move there in a few weeks. H. McDowell is sick. Mrs. lulia Corns, after a visit with relatives fierc. returned last niglit to Bronson. The Epworth League will go to lola tonight to be the guest of the League at lola. They will leave on the 7:20 car. Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Foster and Miss Iva Foster spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson at LaHarpe. flXPPENlHOSUPIITOLOGOLWY STORM DID HEAVY DAMAGE IX CITY AXD VICIMTY. R. McC'aw H )i8 Sold HIH Form and Will Hold a .Sale— .vcws Xotes and Fcrsonal Mention. <» HOT TEA BREAKS • • * A COLD—TRY THIS « « «•> •;• •:• •:• •:• * •> * * •:• • •> • • * *. Get a small^package of Hamburg Breast Tea, or as the German folks calMt. "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any pharmacy.' Take a tablespoonful of the tea, put a cup of boiling water ,uppn it, pour through a sieve and ; drink a teacup full at any time. It la the most effective way to break a cold and cure grip, as it opens the , pores, relieving congestion. Also it j loosens the bowels, tliu« breaking a jcold at once. It is inexpensive and entirely vegetable, therefore harmless, planting them in his back yard and ' the city of Medicine Hat. ^ He and his in cans inside to transplant when the tribe were fond of huntingj and of mak- sun shines warm, and getting ready , ing war on their enemiei, the Crees. This chief always wore a iieaddress of feathers "that he called his "medicine hat," for he thought that it brought him good fortune. ' , It was a dark day for the chief whew he last met the Crees at the place where now stands the growing city! He and his men foil upon the enemy with great bravery, and even put them to ignominious flight. But just then a guet of wind whirled out of the west, caught the magic hat. and tossed it into the swift-running Sasliatc'hewan river. Instantly the poor chief lost all confidence in himself and his cause, and with victory in his hand lie fore- bore to gr.isp it, but fled over • the plains toward the J-lockios, followed by his tribe.—Youth's Companion. COLONY, FEB. 21.—It was a wicked -little storm that broke over this part of the state Monday -evening, with wet snow filling the air, tearing down telephone wires and making the streets a hog wallow. The trees next morning carried a coating of snow an inch thick. SidewslkB b,id to be shoveled off and springtime got a black eye. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Varnor'aro spend ing the week in Tbpeka visiting his brothers and sisters there. They will go to the farm when they return. Mrs. Linlf Day returned from Garnett Tuesday after a weeks' stay with J. C. Moon's, hclpitig care for tlie sick babies. The little Moon girl is still vjry sick. .loo Kucera says the ducks seem to know all about the federal law pi-o- hibitlng the shooting ot them for he says he can walk right up to the big ^mallards and nearly drive over tliom before they will fly. John McCowan wont to Ottawa Tuesday on business. Miss Pearl Henderson left for Kan sas City Wednesday to study the new spring styles in millinery. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Matson returned to Wichita Tuesday after a very delightful visit with the Watson family. Mrs; W. T. Watson and Miss Patti MetcaU went to lola Tuesday to act as hostesses for the Music Club there. Mrs. Emma Freeman went as a' guest of the club. This kind of weather is hard on man and beast on the farm and is almost as trying as life in tbe trenches. The riiral route.- men had to take out Sunday, Monday and Tuesday's mail through the mud Tuesday and the mall order houises added their con tribution in the form of spring catalogues. Advertising pays. . J. C. Putman, fnerchant, Jeweler, painter, paper hai|ger,, butcher, traveling salesman, hoitel man, carpenter, bass soloist, tenor,' soloist, choir leader, cornetisti farmer, etc., h^ purchased the Wm. Varnar barber shop and is now in charge at tbe chair with a razor in one hand and a "I won't hurt you" smile on his face to reassure the victim as Is the habit of dent ista. He Is skilled in the use of tonsorial tools and Will no doubt enjoy a fine builnest. M. P. Spence is a very ardent florl- cuUorlBt and (or the past month he to cause his place to bloom with beauty. He is a firm friend of the ! ancient and time honored hollyhock, loved by our mothers, as well as of the new, variegated and fanciful flow, ers of the Burbank breed. Mrs. W. A. Campbell, of Neosho Falls, a former teacher in the Colony schools, was a guest of Mrs. P. C. Holzapfel Monday on her way to Illinois. -' ' Barney Goodwin shipped a car of Duroc-Jerseys to Kansas City Monday. I. H. Kasbeer had business in lola Monday. Paul and Fred Russell, of Paola, have purchased a 480 acre farm of R. N. McCaw, six miles northeast of Colony for $19,200. McCaw will have a sale March 2 and vacate. Mrs. John Post was hostess to thir teen membei's and three guests, Mesdames Russell, Paul and Barron, of the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday. For roll call each member responded with a household convenience planned by herself. Labor saving devices, fireless cookers, bread mixers, vacuum cleaners and water systems were discussed at length and proved^ Interesting and instructive. Three members were added to the lists. A delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. Post, assisted by Mrs. John O'Mara. The next meeting will be with Mrs. D. F. Porter, March 17th, St. Patrick's day In the afternoon. A Convalesrant ~" requirw ft food tonic that will rapidly build up wasted tiwia _ _ ' OliveOif Emulsion is a most'reli^Ie preieription wliich we alwaya recommoid for that purpoae. Burrell's Drug Star*. OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH f How To Get ReUef When Head . and Noae are Stuffed Up. Count fifty* Your cold in head or catarrh disappears. Your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages of your head wjll clear and you can breath freely. No more snuffing,, hawk ing. mucous discharge, dryness or headache; no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a little of this fragrant antiseptic cream In your nostrils. It penetrates through fvery air jiassagc of the head, soothing and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you Instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like magic. Don't stay stuffed- up and miserable. Relief Is sure. PUBLIC SALE llJivinK sold my farm and havlnir bonfrht the elector ut LaHarpe, I will sell at pnbllc uuctiou, 4 miles south of lola, on State Slnet road, 4 miles nortii and m miles east of Hnmboldt, on i FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 26th Beginning at 10 o'clock, a. m., the followini; described property, to-wlt: 1* HEAD HORSES AKl^ MULES. 1 span heavy work horses, 6 and 8 years old; 1 span mulei, wL about 1000 lbs. each, smooth mouth; 1 span mules, wt. 950 lbs. each, 6 years old; I span mules coming 2 years old; 1 span horse colts coming 2 y^ars old, matched; 1 black filly coming 2 years old; bay inarw wt. lOCJO lbs., 9 or 10 years old. ,! 14 HEAD CATTLE. * fi good cows, giving milk, two just fresh. 1 dry cow, 1 black yearling bull, extra good; 1 bull and 4 heifer calves, from 1 to 10 months old. Three good brood sows, will fari;ow in April. prFLEMENTS, ETC. «^-in. Sattley gang plow, 16-la. sulky. Good,,Enough, Emerson riding lis ter, 14-1% walking plow, 6 -Bhpvel riding cultivator, nearly new, disc bar- , row, dis^ grain drill, 4-liorse, S-section harrow. McCormick binder, Mandt manure Spreader, large sl'zei 3% wide \ tire Stoiighton wagon, i spring «ngon, 2 -8eated; buggy, stalk cutter, l-borse 6-shovelf cultivator, 2 seta harness. 2 incubatdijrs. Some household goods; some fcied and hay; about 1800 bu. of grain TERMS OF SALE—All sums of $10 and under, cash in hand. All iuma over |10 a credit of 9 months will be givetfi purchaser giving note with approved security, bearing 1% interest from d^te if paid when due. It Mt paid when due to draw 10% from date of sale. |l% discount for cash on credit sales. No property to be removed until settled for. COL. DWIGHT SMOCK, Auctioneer. J T T )ir /^T »inM J. H. CAMPBELL, Clerk. | L/. JL. W L/ 1 JLlN LUNCH ON GROUNpS.