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WORKER8 PRINTING CO.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS
M. Weaver, Sol Dlebold. J. n.
Branam, P. E. Dnughorty,
Phil. A. Hafnor.
SutMlfl'Uiliui. till .n HI' $1.00.
Six mouth. 60c. 8 months. 35c.
Phil. A. Hafner... alitor.
Subscribe for the only Kicker.
Amid a lot of red tape and
show Gov. Major was inauBorated
Monday. At i.i;h. the usual spec-,
tacular and expensive ball was
held at the Mansion. The work
people present were only such as
acted us servants and lackeys.
They work people will foot the
bill. That's where they come in.
The governors inaugur.il ad
dress contained the usual noth
ing 1 A few reforms are suggest
ed and some evil things urged.
For instance, he wants au immi
gration commission to encourage I
more wage-slaves to come into a
tate where there are already
UN than can get work.
To give the thing color, a few
good things are advocated, bin ;
nobody need fear that anything
good for the masses will eer be
come law. The ev 11 things he ad
vocates we will get and then J
nine Briefly he advocates:
Educational Commission to sug-
gest betierine.it of the p,.blic
schools. Creation of rural high
Creation of State and County
Hlirhway dep irtmeuts.
Establishment of au Inimlgrn-j
tion Board of one commissioner '
and one assistant.
Creation of a Drainage Depart-
Tax commissioner to study the
question of taxation and to sug
gest revision of the present sys
tem Medical supervisors to vis
it, oversee and Improve the treat
ment of the Insane in the state
Public Service Commission for
the regulation of the rates and
service of all utilities.
Workmen's compensation law.
Simplification of court proceed
ure. Board of pardons and parole
Home rale for St. Louis in police '
and excise affairs.
Amendment of the
laws to make officers of 'orelgn !
corporations licensed to operate
in Missouri amendable to the
criminal section of the law.
Presidential preference primary
and municipal primary law
Appointment of a committee to
Investigate ;he controversy be
tween insurance superintendents
and the companies with reference
to fire insurance rates.
Enactment of an tf'ective law
for the removal ol derelict o.Ti
ctals ANOTHER CROOK UNCOVERED
Washington, January 13. Rob
ert w. Archbald, for 20 yeirs an
occupant of judicial position u;'on
th; Pennsylvania state bench, the
federal district bench and the
United States Commerce Court,
was today adjudged guilty by the
United States Senate of "high
crimes and misdemeanors," was
stripped of his of "ice and forever
disqualified L orn holding positions
of public honor or public trust
The conviction and judgment
came as the conclusion of the im-
peachment trial that has been 1
IWndinir In the Sonnln nm Hat
summer on charges that Judge!1 B"? ?00d horse can do to
Archbald bad been guilty of mis-! ES" S bu.ggT thr?usb." That
nanduoi n,l mi.h.hi,.
fudge, and tbat he has corruptly
used his judicial power to further
the private Interests of himself
and his friends. In the acquisition
of coal land properties in Penn
sylvania. fTRIKERS SING IN PARADE.
New York, January IS. Sixty
thousand striking garment work
ers marched singing through the
factory district today to Union
Square for an open-air meeting
Of the marchers, approximately
15,00") were women.
Nineteen girls, just released
from Jail, where they were sen
tenced for interfering with strike
breakers, Jed the line of March.
They bore banners demanding the
abolition of child labor. Ameri
can flags were carried by hun
dreds of other strikers.
8 LOWING UP SOME.
Owing to the miserable weather
since last issue there hasn't been
much doing in the way of sub
getting Sol. Dlebold of New
Hamburg, dropped in with two,
as did also A. A. Evans of Morley,
while J. T. Huey of Blodgett and
C. M. Weaver of Commerce got In
with one each. Individuals seat
in by mail amoig them George
Mier, of Randies, who writes:
"1 have been a subscriber to
your paper for 23 years and it is
the only newspaper that ever has
been It the county."
"I am always anxious to get
home on Friday to read the Kick
er," writes Mrs. Dell Hegarty, of
"I cannot get along without
the Kicker," Is the way J. A.
Slinkard, of Zalma, Mo, puts it.
New Hamburg. Louis Schitter
Chas. Scblitt, Andrew Dlrnberger,
Morley. Dr. W. D. Tomlinson. J.
Benton. Eugene Essner, L. 8.
Commerce. Jacob Diebold.
Blodgett. Joe Ware.
Randies. George Mier.
Mrs. Bell Hegerty, St .Louis;
Joe Dobogne, Miama, Okla. ; W. E.
Weaver, Bunker Hill, Tex.; Alf.
Wilklns, Metropolis, 111.
Why are your bands horny and
rough, and your clothes shoddy,
and your food of the poorest? If
you will use your bend a little you
can change that
HERE AND YONDER
A COlUPUIiy Ol bOlllilild IB
ganized at Slkestou last week jh
a part or the sixtn ttegimeut or
Missouri Nation 0 Guards. Thai
ought to make the oppressed ten
ants know their places. Foriuer
ly It was considered necessary to
have soldiers only ue.ii- mining
camps and mauufucturiug plants
where large numbers of workers
are employed, but kuow they are
being introduced Into rural dis
tricts where, it seems, the land
lords fear an uprising of the ten
ants. Sleep OH, ye slaves! You'll
be woke up with a Jar bye-nml-bye.
The Sixth Wegiineut now
has companies at Poplar Bluff,
ersville. Slkestou und other points j John Steinert of Lafflh and Miss
The officers are all of the pfiv j LouiM Scliumer of this parish
leed Class, E.v-Seuator Ollvsr of were married by Father Moenlg
Car Ut hers vlllS Is commanding COl Tuesday. Mr. Steinert Is a fnr
onel; R. B. Oliver Jr.. of Cape Cir- ; mer about 50 years old and the
ardeau Is major ; and Rev, r. Mot bride about 45. After the cere
nig of New Hamburg is captiuu j mony the couple spent the day
and clitpldn. Let s join in the I With Mrs. Steinert s sister, Mrs.
chorus, "Pea OS on earth good will Henry Brockmeyer. They spent
toward meu." their honeymoon in St. Lo lis.
Ella KWlng, the Missouri gi in- ! Louis Uahu is glad that Leap
tees, died at her home In Oorln, year is over, as the girls didn't
Mo, last week, nged 40 years, come to boc him. he found one
She was 7 feet 8 inches call and
wore a No L'4 shoe. t 8 years
Miss Swing was an ordinary child
But the btgnn gr.'winj;, and at 1!
she mens u red 6 feet ! Inches tall
She out grtW nil her clothes and
even the house and furniture
were miniature, to her. She trav
eled with Barnums circus in this
country and Europe and h"d sa-
ed up enough to build a home to
fit her sue Tin- ceilings are ir
feet high, the doors in and the
j windows as high as the doors
Her bed is 1 1-2 feet long, and : II
, her furniture was corresponding
ly large She died of Spina trou
ble I Readers, perhaps you have been
deceived, or are hesitating, be
cause so much noise has been
made about Socialism being agin
religion. Now. think a bit. The
Roosoclt party stoic 21 planks
, from the Socialist platform. Has
anyone acoueed the Roosevelt
party of being agin religion? If
I not. then why? If you can fig-
ure this out you will find your
self much wiser than you were
, And it is easy to figure if you
keen in mind that the Harvester
ad Steel trusts are among the
cmei DacKers or tne Koosevclt
P"3T while ALL of the trusts .
Edward Henderson, a former
sheriff of this county died at his
borne in Franklin county, Mo.,
aged sixty years. He was a
brother to Dr. Henderson of Ben
ton and J. D. Henderson of near
Morley. and an uncle of Dr. S. J
Robt B. and Miss Julia Wade. He
served two years as sheriff dur
ing which time jury 'packing '
and ll-.e practice was not tolera
ted. He was an honest mnn ami
retired from office about as poor
as he went in.
Geo Barton, marshal of Chrys
tal City, was shot and killed In
the saloon of David Dees, jr., at
Festus, by the proprietor Satur
day night. B.rton had slapped a
younger brother of Dees. The fa
ther of Dees locked the saloon and
would let none of the occupants
escape until next mornin;:. when
they were regularly summoned
to appear before the coroner's
Jury. Among the occupants were
many county officials.
C C. Myers of Oran was here I
Wednesday and. in answer to the
I low ure the roadt-?
'Fearfully bad. It is
"""" "uu cousiuei ung u
amount of money the county
court bands out to build roads
You uo-ght to come to Denton and
see our streets. But don t forget
your gum boots.
In 181)3, just before the inaugu-
ration of a Democratic president, 1
Covey s army wis forming Anton L. Hahn is still confined
Twenty years liter, just before 'to his room.
the inauguration of another;
Democratic president, strikes and j FROM MISFELT.
labor troubles are reported from Mrs. J. W Huffstutler, who was
every quarter of the country j sent to Cairo some time ago to
even including women and child ' undergo an operation for appendi
workers Now Jet s watch the : citls is now at home Improving
Democrats fix it as they did un- rapidly
der Cleveland. ( Mr. and Mrs. Alferd Craddock
The Ohio valley is being flooded. 1
At Cincinnati several lives have
been lost, thousands of people
made homeless and millions of dul
lard worth of property destroyed
along the valley. lVople are flee
ing and stock is drowning. At
Cairo the water is near the dan
In the municipal election In
Glasgow and several other Scotch
cities the Socialists made a net
gain of eight seats. John Wheat
ley, the well-known Catholic So
cialist, was elected to the Glas
gow city council in the face of
Although no report has reached
here, yet it is pretty certain that
the Socialists did not meet at
Morley Saturday. It rained all
day. They should try again.
In adjoining counties the newly
elected county courts have met
and warmed their seats. People
would like to hear from our eoul t.
The boys say they are
-weep jrar uuu t come oi tea, lor 11
it did they never would get to
marry for the girls arc so baahfui
Mrs. Rena Pratt, who was
taken to the hospital, returned
last week. She Is improving rap
idly. Ernest Bond, who has been mak
ing George Norman's his home,
went to Pascola Sunday.
Master Dan Wisdom has return
ed from a few days visit at Hy
man. Mrs. Jas. Marshall returned
home from Blkeston Friday.
Tbere will be service Saturday
and Sunday night.
Johnie Kindred and Irene
Strong p. re sick.
Rev. N. E. Fry preached Sunday
Subscribe for the only Kicker.
FROM NEW HAMBURG
.lake Welter of ueur Dlodgett
wan very sick with pneumonia
last week, and on Tuesday the
family felt the necessity of call
ing a priest. Joe Meiderhoff was
sent after Father Fltzkamp at
Bentou. who was unable to go be
cause of illness. An effort to get
Father Moeulg by phone failed
i and Joe drove to Oran to get Fa-
ther Hclmbacher. Father llelm-
bacher phoned to Father Moeulg
requesting him to go, but It
seems that he was participating
in the Mlller-Kceue wedding fes
tivities and could uot go Hence
Joe hired a rig and took Father
Hclmbacher down and It was aft-
since the New year commenced
SOlomOD Dlebold was also seen
driving out Sunday evening!
What was the attraction Solo
mon? Albert Hnhn, the 20-year-old
Son of Mr. and Mrs. P, J, Hahn. of
near Sals Creek, died Saturday
after a very brief spell of pneu
monia His remains were buried
A big boy stopped at the home I
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gosche on
the 7th. and w is baptised on the
8th George Ooshe and Miss
Cristina Essnor stood sponsors.
Lawrence Bucher accompanied
his sons, John and Andy, to But
ler county last week to see what
prospects the boys had for pros- !
Since the passing of Tjeip Year I
and all danger of kidnapping is '
over. Sol. Hahn is allowed to
again play out in the front yard.
Johnnie Grasser and Frank
Seherer were out reparing the
telephone line, which was damag
ed by the sleet.
Since her experience in "ford
ing the creek" last wee'-t Miss Vio
la uietioid thinks she needs a
meoaore uoetz nas ooueht a
fine coon dog from Jos. Hocfler.
Theodore says the dog Is worth
A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Theon Grojean on the 3rd. Law
rence Grojean and wife stood upon
John Miller and Miss Catherine
Keene. both of Leopold. Mo., were
married by Father Moenlg Tues
day. Rumor has it that Joe and Ar
nold Dlrnberger will make a spe
cial trip out east Sunday.
.Miert Dannenmueller spent
last week in St. Louis visiting his
cousin, John Doughan.
Miss Alvlna livelier went down
to the swamps, to v isit her broth
John, a few wee';s.
Miss Cristina Essnor of Ellis dis
trict Ib staying with the family
of Peter Qosche.
IgnatS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Blattel Is here visiting friends
A crowd of young folks spent
Sunday at the Frank Dirnbcrger
Ixvuis Kilha frier was at Puxlco
a few days last week on a visit.
There was a party at the home
of Mrs. Lo lis Hahn Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gosehe, Sr.,
entertained friends Sundty.
Louis Goetz was at Oran one
day last week on business.
The rains have made our good
roads worse than bad.
Mrs. Matt Halter is now stay
ing with Grandma Gosche.
August (louche, of Oran, attend-
ed church here Sunday
returned to their home near Bik-
eton Monday. After spending a
week at her father's 8. 8. Babb
Grover Proctor, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. M. Estes,
returned to his home in Illinois,
Mrs. Ray Comstock, of Poplar
Bluff, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Huffstuttler.
Miss LucUe Misfeldt returned to
Charleston Sunday, where she Is
Messrs C. O. Kastrup and John
Fuel went to Advance on a busi
Aunt Alice Bushby, of Charles
ton, visited in our neighborhood
Wm. Mlcheil is at St. Louis vis
iting his brother, Robert.
Mrs. Emma Beck, who has been
in Blkeston Is now home.
Jas. Hampton and family have
moved to Henson.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guss Ro-
! lierte a fine boy.
( 8 S. Babb went to Benton Thurs
'day on business.
Little Raymond Elkins is sick.
FROM HICKORY GROVE
Rev. Jones is holding a big
meeting at Unity. Many from
A daughter is the new arrival
in the home or Mr. and Mrs. 8. O.
John Zimmerman and Wm. Mull
of Unity were here Monday.
Mc. Morrow moved on the Har
din Wood place Monday.
Will Utnage was in our neigh
HOW IT WORKED.
Rastus. Say, Mose, off 'n whose
work did dem Southern Tltftlcret
live tcf de wah?
Moae. Off de work o' ue aig
A special election will be held
here Feb. 4, to decide whether or
not we shall hand over what lit
tle tbere Is left to the Scott Co.
Milling Co. They modestly ask
for a 20-year lighting franchise
to protect tbem from possible
competition, and In return they
are to charge the same high rate
as usual, make no concessions to
the city exoept furnish current
free of charge to light the city
ball. They also retain the priv
ilege of not having to Increase the
number of feet of wire or polls
unless tbe extension will give a
gross Income of $50 for every city
block which seems Impossible.
The city has almost paid out
enough in street lights, etc., to
have built a public lighting plant,
and now to ask the citizens to
confirm the high rates and grant
them immunity for 20 years ap
pears to be too much, and it is to
be hoped tbat tbe people will ex
press their disgust with such
conditions by snowing the scheme
under so deep that its promoters
will never be able to resurrect it.
Quite a stir was created bere
when our representative, J. D.
Bowman, departed for Jefferson
City last week. It Is reported
that he had promised a certain
young man a clerkship, and that
the young man had prepared to
go and that the representative
did not tell him that It was all
off until the day of departure.
It may be that eomeo e else had a
say-so in who should get pie.
Now tbat the weather is bad
and fanners can do little else,
why would it not be a good Idea
to get together and discuss the
matter of securing a county
farm advisor as they have in
some of tbe more progressive
The farm residence of A. E.
Hooe. west of Oran, together
with its furnishings, were com
pletely destroyed by fire on the
6th The family of Harris Bizzcll
his son-in-law, who had Just mov
ed in, also lost their belongings.
J. B. Flnley, Oram's famous fruit
grower and dealer, has purchased
a spraying machine and is pre
paring to kill tbe Ban Jose scale
and other tree diseases. He says
be will show tbe people that Scott
county can produce fine fruit.
E. F. Bryeans. one of Oran's
pioneer citizens, died Thursday of
last week and was buried in the
Morley cemetery the following
day. Bad weather prevented a
large attendance at the funeral.
Leo Pfefferkorn and J. H. Ahr
ens returned from St. Louis Mon
day, where they had been buying
merchandise. They will be ready
for business next week In the bull
ding vacated by M. Winer.
On New Year s night the Mod
ern Woodmen held their public In
stallation and annual supper, and
the Woodmen of the World held
theirs on the 0th. Both were
pleas int events.
John McLaughlin, who left here
two years ago to farm in Sandy
woods below Benton, moved back
1 ! 1 . a
Is the Sensation of the Season.
$550 Emerson Piano and 24 Beautiful Framed Pictures
Ererybody welcome, whether you buy or not. Prom time to time new goods will be brought
on at a special price. Everything that has a Red Tag is a bargain. We have only time and the
npoce w give a lew
500 cans Bon-Ton baking pow
der will be given away at one
cent per can.
10-cent plugs cup Greenville to
bacco at 5 cents.
50-cent plugs Index tobacco at
500 cans corn will be given a
way at 5 cents per can.
Only a few dozen pairs of ladles'
3.00 French heel shoes to give
i I fl n nt , "
m SB-OO French heel
f away at 98 cents
Thore never was such a time to buv Sfoods
o tr - 1 J " IU
tins sale. A car-load of poultry and rabbit fencing, lawn, barbed wire and field fence just in.
The $550 Emerson Piano and the 24 Beautiful Framed Pictures will be given away absolutely
FREE to the lucky person on the 20th day of March, 1913.
Every $5 cash purchase, or $5 paid on account if the account is paid in full entitles you to
one ticket on the piano and pictures. Each $10 paid on account, where the account is not paid
In full, entitles you to one chance on the piano and pictures. Save your cash tickets, and when
they amount to $5 bring them in and exchange them for a ticket on the piano ami pictures.
YOU GET THE BARGAINS
And get the chances on the Piano and Pictures ABSOLUTELY FREE! Don't forget to bring
your Tickets, or have them here on March 20, 1913, at 2 o'clock, p. m.
A. & D. SCHRIEFER,
last week and says he got all tbe
Sandy woods he wants.
Dr. Elbert Baker left for Balnt
Louis Sunday night to assist In an
operation on Mrs. R. A. Blngbnm,
whom he took up there last week.
Wm. Long sold hie restaurant
and hotel business at Brooks
Junction and has moved back
bere and accepted a position with
Albert Dannenmueller returned
from his St. Louis visit Sunday.
Joe Helsserer Is reported very
sick with bronchial trouble.
The sleet and rain damaged
telephone and telegraph wires
here considerably. Fruit trees
also sustained damage.
Robt. Glenn left for St. Louis
Sunday, where be will take a
course in commercial pharmacy.
Louis McCalllster, who was In
the employ of Leon Cowger, died
of pneumonia Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. L. Glenn visited
at T. E. Chewnings, near Cary,
T. J. Halter of Portagevllle is
bere among friends.
There is an increase in railroad
work here, the company having
Increased tbe switching force
from three to five engines and
yet can t keep up with the work.
There are an average of 3,400
cars per day coming in and trains
are compelled to side-track for
hours waiting to come Into the
A call meeting was held Monday
for tbe purpose of organizing a
Booster Club. The object will be
to boost and promote the town
(It is to hoped that the Fornfclt
boosters will make a better job of
it than did the Benton boosters.)
The Fornfclt bank held Its an
nual stock-holders meeting and
re-elected Its old board with the
exception of W. Stephens in place
of Henry Uelsmann.
Merrill Williams returned from
a two weeks visit with his grand
father In Arkansas, and Everett
Pate is back from a weeks' stay
at Mounds, 111.
George Hahn and son, Lawrenz,
attended tbe funeral of thein rel
ative, Wm. Hahn, at New Ham
ST. K. Sneed and B. T. Hutson
will be the future coal dealers
bere having bought out Taylor
An 11-pound girl was born to
Dr. and Mrs. L. 8. Mayfield Sat
urday. And pap steps high.
Jim GUI has Installed an elec
tric piano and a restaurant in
his pool room.
Engineer W. T. Rodgers has
moved from Joneeboro. Ark., to
For n felt.
Frank Diebold of Benton visit
ed Chas. Hamm Monday.
J. D. Rose and family expect to
visit in Florida soon.
Mrs. Louisa Hlllemann is very
sick with pneumonia.
Tom Belk of Rock view was here
The printer made a mistake
WILL BE GIVED AWAY!
5-cent and 10-cent ribbons at
one cent per yard.
Mens $1.00 dress shirts given
away at 24 cents.
Ladles' $5.00 and $10.00 short
cravanette and wool jackets, silk
lined, will be given away for 48
t 1,000 yards
m I. : 1 , i ,
rm i uiaiu, uaii luuu
shoes to give ; way at one cent
per pair. bolt at half cent
last week In saying J. A. Find
had attended the ' Inaugural" bn
at Jefferson City. It was Gov.
Hadley's farewell ball that he at
tended. Mr. Finch would not
have shlned much among the "un
terrlfled" moss-backs at the Inaugural.
The Misses Elenore and Colettn
Schaefer and Coletta End eric and
Miss Ella Pfefferkorn visited at
Daniel Stroder of Wltewater vis
ited the family of his uncle, Isaac
Ross, a few days last week.
Miss Bertha Vetter of Big Wand
spent a few days wltb br i nck
Joe Seherer. and family.
Albert Enderle and sister, Miss
Bertha, spent Sunday with the
family of Phillip Ilnhn.
Miss, Caroline Blattel is down
from St. Louis on a visit.
The dance at Kelso Wednesday
night was well attended.
John Enderle butchered Thurs
day. Plenty of wurst.
Celestlne Hnhn of Sche.'ervlllc
was here Sunday.
Mrs. Evans and Miss Bernlce
Johnson were here from Morley
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rc.elicrt le
turned to St. Louis Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Shero re
turned to St. Louis Sunday.
Miss Vera Tinkle has returned
to her home in Tennessee.
Charley Blackledge was home
A protracted meeting is now In
progress at Unity. Bra Jones of
Slkeston is doing the preaching.
Our school has an average at
tendance now of about thirty six
Our enumeration is forty four.
Mr. Kneecamp, of Metropolis, 111.
Is visiting his brother. Charley.
Mr. Payton, of near Commerce
has moved Into our neighborhood.
Mrs. L. B. Richard celebrated
her forty-fifth birthday Sunday
January 5. Quite a number were
present, all spent a pleasant day
The Misses Fay Carlile and Amy
Swanagan of Crowder. were the
guests of Miss Bernlce Webb Fri
day night and Saturday of last
Ruth Frye of Crowder spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
her sister, Mrs. Eunice Counselor
J. H. and J. L Moore shipped a
car load of bogs and cattle to St
Grandma Wright is visiting rel
atives in Commerce.
Jim Morris has moved back in
The recent rains have made the
river very high.
If you want lands for invest
ment or for a home, see or write
W. E.Ward. Gregg buildirg, Jon
eeboro, Ark. Mr. Ward lived In
Commerce for 80 years. Bl-tf
S8.00 co for
sizes 12 to 20,
water pails to
If ana HA flfl
of 5-cent black
. M a. t
I shoes at $1.08.
Blrdsell and Luedinghaus Wa-
S gone included In this sale.
N. O. Molasses, per gallon, 29c.
wiue, lu Bie u-
per yard ; by the
cheaD. Hundreds of artiftlas
They who thlhk pf locating In
the west will find Ijt greatly to
their advantage to Inform them
selves of opportunities now open
... -t mA nnnltAl 111
to ine man m "" VI
Southeast Texas-by wrl.tlng te
. ... r wAni'dp 111 i n K-
my orotner, "'-v ,
er Hill, Texas, who will gladly
and truthfully Inform Inquirers
of the quality and price of lanu.
climate, crop conditions, etc. ii
Commerce, Mo., Jan. 13
Fourth Annual Stle of
20 head of High-Class Registered
! BLACK JACKS AND JENNETS,
nnd 15 head of Registered POL
AND CHINA HOGS consisting cf
Bred Sows, Gilts and Young Boars
i At Jackson, Mo.
TUESDAY, FEB. II, 1913
Every animal guaranteed to be as
represented. Nothing priced or
sold privately after cataloged. If
Interestc, write for catalogue
and come to the Sale. You will
not be disappointed, but highly
pleased with the offerings. Cata
log will be ready to mail Feb. 1st
1918. W. F. BCHADB,
Cape Gir. Co. Jackson, Mo.
t i,,,i,r wilier of Jackson. Mn.
and Nib Hearn of Lebanon, Tenn.,
will sell 50 head of fine JERSEY
COWS on Feb. 10, at Jackson Mo.
Whereas Cyrlntbs J. Robertson
and Parllna Thompson, by their
certain deed of trust dated March
27, 1011, duly acknowledged and
recorded In the recorders office ol
Scott county. Mo In book LM. at
page 530, conveyed to A.. Q. Mil
ler as trustee the following de
scribed real estate, situated, ly
ing and being In the county of
Scott, State of Missouri, tivwit:
ah nf int 3 in block 15. in the
original village of Blodgett. Mo
Which said deed was given to
secure the payment of a certain
nrnmisnrc notn in said deed de
scribed, and whereas default has
been made in the payment thrreo
and whereas A. Q. Miller is absent,
and bis whereabouts unknown,
now, therefore, at the request of
the legal holder of said note, anil
in conformity with the provisions
of the deed of trust. I. the under
signed sheriff will, on Saturday
February 8, 1H13. netween tnr
hours of' 9 o'clock In the forenoon
and 5 o'clock in the afternoon i
said day, at the north front dots
of the court house, in the town of
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Benton, county oi wotv void n
Missouri, sell the above decrlbed
real estate at public auotion te
the highest bidder for cash to sat
isfy said note and the execution
or this trust. V M.ELLIS.
Sheriff of Scott County. Mo
hats, worth 98.50 to
to be given away
give away at 10c.
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