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Horn, 'to Mr. and Mrs. Eman-
w 1 Milde, April 17th. a Kill.
Mrs. Ed. Wright returned to
Now Madrid Tuesday.
Dr. Whitt.aker of Oak Ridge
was here Tuesday.
Misses Philips and Jones have
resigned their positions as in
ptructors in the city schools.
Mrs. Chas. Pepper has been
dangerously ill several days of
Rods of Cape Was
Mrs. Myrtle Ward and chil
dren are visiting Mrs. EfTie Wil
liamson at Illmo this week.
Mrs. Laura Cannon went to
Marble Hill Tuesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Jake Wisecover.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wessell re
turned from Oran Monday, where
they had been visiting several
days with friends.
Alvin Taylor returned from
Carbondale Monday, where he
spent several days on business
and pleasure combined.
Robert and Ben Obermiller,
who have been working at Mem
phis for some time, came home
Monday to visit relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wallace of
Pocahontas visited friends and
relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
Alva Halshousen and Norrettie
Dyer were married in Jackson
Monday. 'Squire WeltecKe officiating.
Will Binginheimer of Jackson
and Miss Augusta Siever of Oak
Ridge were married at the latter
The friends of Mrs. Fred Clip
pard will be glad to learn that
she is much improved after a
few days' illness.
Evangelist Meyer arrived in
this city first of the week to
conduct a revival at the Baptist
Miss Bertha Schrader return
ed to her home in Cape Girar
deau Sunday, the 14th, after
spending several days here with
Fred Schnider went to St.
Louis Wednesday to attend the
funeral and burial of his cousin,
Wm. Kussing. who died Mon
Mrs. Sallie Peterrnan of St.
Louis came to Jackson, Tuesday,
and he may decide to make this
her home in the future. Mrs.
retc-rman once made Jackson her
home and has many friends here.
During an electrical storm
Monday cvening.lightning struck
a chimney on the house of Mrs.
Eliza Ilawn, ranging downward
and burning the carpet in several
The nine-months-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. August Grr.u
lick died at their home .near
Fruitland Sunday and the body
was brought to Jackson Monday
evening and interred in the city
Mis.s Lillian Gockel won first
prize in the young ladies' popu
larity contest, and Miss Dotty
Kennison won second prize. The
contest was given by the Gem
theatre and created quite an in
terest among the young people.
W. T. Dickey, connected with
the fir:n of (ioodwin & Jean at
Springfield, spent the first part
of the week Xit home, returning
It is i i-jxaled than Judge John
A. Snider dipped some tnree
thousand laioliels of corn from
his farms near Deny to a buyer
in Central Texas, receiving 75c
I'rof. Roy Mtevenson, princi
pal of the High school at Shaw-
neetown, was given a pleasant
surpv .fi Monday evening, the
15th. by his pupils and several
families of patrons, who came
to''his home in a body. The High
school pupib presented him with
an tl jgant . ring us n token of
their appreciation of his year's
w ork. '
CUT ROWERS AK9 F1CXAL BEStGNS
I'OH A IX OOOAHIONH.
tnJrttlr.j cr.fl CcAala'flf.
Da Ihone;co Night Phone U4.
Whereas, Mary E. Coerver and
Wm. II. Coerver, by their cer
tain deed of trust, dated Nov.
22nd, 1909, and recorded in book
6," page 118 in the Recorder's
office at Cape Girardeau, County,
Missouri, did convey to II. C.
Peelps. Trustee, the following
described real estate, situate,
lying and being in the County
of Cape Girardeau, Mo., to-wit:
Part of lots sixteen (16) and
seventeen (17) Range (D) in
the City of Cape Girardeau,
Mo., described as follows: Be
ginning at the north-east corner
of lot (17) in Range (D) thence
running West along the South
line of Broadway street. One
Hundred and Twelve (112) Feet,
thence South parallel with Fred
erick street One Hundred and
Twenty-Eight (128) Feet, thence
East parallel with Broadway st.,
One Hundred and Twelve (112)
Feet to Frederick street, thence
north with the West line of
Frederick street One Hundred
and Twenty-eight (128) Feet to
the beginning corner, in trust to
secure the payment of a certain
promisory note therein describ
Whereas, it is provided in said
deed of trust that in case of
default in the payment of the
annual interest on said note, then
the whole thereof shall be im
mediately due and payable, and
Whereas, default has been
made in the payment of said
interest and the same is now
past due, and
Whereas, it is further provid
ed that the holder of said note
may by writing, sigfikd and ac
knowledged, with or without the
consent of said Trustee, or with
out his death, absence, refusal
or inability to act, at any time
appoint a successor to said Trus
tee to act in his place or stead,
and thereupon be vested with
all the estate, power or right
concerning saia real estate or
any part thereof, by said deed
granted to or vested in said
named Trustee, and
Whereas, the legal holder of
said note, did, of the 17th day of
April, 1912, in writing duly sign
ed and acknowledged appoint
the undersigned as Trustee to
act in stead and in place of the
said named Trustee in said deed,
Therefore, at the request of
the legal holder of said note, 1
N. S. WEILER. acting by and
under the power invested in me
by law, as provided in said deed
and appointment, will on
MONDAY, MAY 20th, 1912,
at the East Front Door of the
Cape Girardeau Court of Com
mon Please court house, in the
City of Cape Girardeau, Mis
souri, between the hours of 9
o'clock in the forenoon at 5
o'clock in the afternoon, sell all
of said real estate at public ven
due to the highest bidder for
cash to satisfy said note, inter
est. costs and the expense of
executing this trust.
N. S. WEILER.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
StatG of Missouri, I
County of Cape Girardeau f s3.
In the Circuit Court, May
William M. Edwards, Plaintiff
Thomas C. Alford and Lucinda
Alford. the unknown heirs, con
sorts, devisees, donees, alienees,
or immediate mesne, remote,
voluntary or involuntary gran
tees of Thomas C. Alford and
Lucinda Alford his wife and also
cf William Mastcrson, Mary
Chandler, Cynthia Ellis and Eliza
Ann Clutz are Defendants.
Now at this day comes the
plaintiff herein, by his attorney
R. M. Sawyer and files his peti
tion and affidavit, alleging,
among other things, that defen
dants Thomas C. Alford and
Lucinda Alford the unknown
heirs of Thomas C. Alford and
Lucinda Alford his wife, and
also of William Masterson, Mary
Chandler, Cynthia Ellis and Eliza
Ann Clutz, if any there be,
claim some title, estate or inter
est as heirs of Enos Master
son deceased; that said
plaintiff cannot insert the
names of said defendants because
the said names are unknown to
him so that the ordinary process
of law can not be served upon
Whereupon, it is ordered by
the Clerk in vacation, that said
defendants be notified by publi
cation that plaintiff has com
menced a suit against them in
this Court, the object and gener
al nature of which is to correct
the title to the following describ
ed real estate: 20 acres south
part N. E. J of the S. W. J sec
tion 20, township 32 north, range
14 E; beginning at the N. W.
corner of the S. E. 1 of the S.
W. J of said section 20. township
32, range 14 E, fom which a
black oak 6 in. in diameter bears
north 32 links and a W. O. 12 in.
in dia. bears south 39 links.
Thence run north 10.19 chs. to
the original agreed established
line from which an elm 12 inches
in diameter bears S. 25 degrees
W. 41 Iks. a P. O. 8 in. in di
amenter. bears N. 24 E. 27 links;
thence N. 79i E. at 7.20 chs. pass
ed the original marked sweet
gum at 10 chs. passed the orig
inal line tree (a W. O.) at 20.8G
chs. the east line of the north
east i of the south west J of said
section 20 mark a B. O. 7 in.
in diamenter bears S. 55 degrees
W. 10 links a B. O. 4 in. in di
amenter bears S. 34 degrees E.
13 links; thence south 13.00 chs.
to the S. E. corner of the said
N. E. J of the S. W. J of said
section 20 ; thence west 20.50 chs.
to the beginning; and that unless
the said Thomas C. Alford and
Lucinda Alfonl unknown heirs
of Thomas C. Alford, William
Masterson, Mary Chandler, Cyn
thia Ellis and Eliza Ann Clutz,
their consort, devisees, donees,
alienees, or immediate mesue,
remote, voluntary or invol
untary grantees, be and
appear at this Court, at
the next term thereof, to be
begun and holden at the Court
house in the city of Jackson, in
said County, on the Gth day of
May next, and on or before the
first day of said term, unless
further time be granted by the
Court answer or demur to the
petition in said cause, the same
will be taken as confessed, and
judgment will be rendered ac
And it is further ordered, that
a copy hereof be published, ac
cording to law, in the Cape
County Herald, a newspaper pub
lished in said County of Cape
Girardeau for four weeks succes
sively, published at least once a
week, the last insertion to be at
least fifteen days before the first
day of said next May term of
II. L. HOFFMEISTER.
BEN E. MASTERS,
A true copy from the record.
Witness my hand, and the seal
of the Circuit Court of Cape
Girardeau County, this 27th day
of May 1912.
II. L. HOFFMEISTER,
Stallions and Jacks for Year 1912.
I will have at my barn in West Jackson, for the season of 1912 for breeding purposes,
three Stallions and 8 Jacks.
The Percheron Stallion MIKE is 8 years old. 16J hands high, sired by Cheri No. 377C2.
Mike has the best style and action; he is wide out, with good end3, springy ribs and heavy,
clean, flat bone and big foot just the kind to breed to so as to raise large roomy mares to
breed mules from.
The fine Reg. Stallion STAR DENMARK, Jr., No. 1834, ' in Vol. 5, of the American
Saddle Horse Register. He was sired by the noted Saddle Stallion Star Denmark, Sr., No.
54, etc., dam of Star Denmark, Jr.. was maud.
Also BILLY FEWEL Reg. 55.062 (a standard bred), sired by Cuckoo No. 9273, record
2:161, he by Ambassador No. 149G. Dam Bonnie Fewel, a noted brood mare.
BILLY FEWEL is a 2-year-old. solid black, full 15J hands high. He will be permitted
to serve a limited number of mares up to June 15, 1912, at $15 to insure a live colt, after
which time he will go in training.
These 8 Jacks are simply as good as the best. The five Jacks. King Bolt Reg. No. 2889
King Adams No. 3796, King High Boyd No. 2990, Harrison No. 2952 and King Boy (the
Orphan Boy Jack) are Jacks we used in our barn last seasons.
The rest of them, 3 in number, is a bunch of coming 3-year-olds, simply as good as can
be found anywhere. I now have in my barn the best bunch of Jacks that I ever owned,
and parties living at a distance who have mares to breed will do well to come to mv barn!
for I have 3 Stallions and 8 Jacks, ready for service.
TERMS: To insure live colts that will stand and suck Service fee. $10 on all Jacks
and Stallions except Billcy Fewel No. 55-.GG2. King Bolt No. 2989 and King Adams No.
379G will serve Jennets as follows: $10 if the colt should be a Jennet colt, and $25 if the
colt should be a Jack colt. Money due when the fact is ascertained or when the mare is
traded qr sold, and those having mares served will be considered as making such agreement.
The colt will be held as security until fee is paid. Care taken to prevent accidents, but I
will not be responsible should any occur.
Come and see my stock before breeding elsewhere. Soliciting your patronage, I am,
F. SCIIADK, JACKSON, MO.
1 1 i -ir s i irj
TRUSTEES SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Whkkeas, George Lambert and Em
ma Lambert, Ills wife, did on the 27th
day of January, A. 1). 1911, execute and
deliver to .John L. Miller, trustee,
their certain deitj iff trust, recorded In
book 1 at p,i'410 of the del records
of I Jape Glrarfl'cau County, Missouri,
on the .'ilst day of January, A. 1). ISill,
wherein and w hereby they convoy the
following described Heal Estate, ly
inj,r. being and situate In the
County t" Cape Girardeau,
in the State of Missouri to wit:
Lot t hii t y-t hree in range (U), in t he
City and County of Cape Girardeau,
State of Missouri, said lot thiitj-
three (X!) in said range (ID fronts titty
(.".o; feet on Frederick st reet and ex
tends West between the North and
South bouiulry line of said lot, thirty-
between the hours of ten o'clock In
t he forenoon and two o'clock In tin
afternoon of t hat day, at the oust door
of t he court house In the City of ('ape
Girardeau, Capo Girardeau County,
Missouri, proceed to sell to the high
est bidder for cash in hand the atxive
described real estate, of so much
thereof as may be. necessary to pay
said debt, Interest and the cost and
expense of this nale.
John L. Mii.lki:,
FINAL SETTLEM KNT NOTICE
Nn! ice is hereby given to all credit
ors and others interested in the es
tate of .lames H. Watson, that
I, the undersigned, intend to
make final settlement, of the estate nt
three (X!) in said range (K) in said city j the May term of the Court of Common
one. hundred and eighty (ISO) feet to I pleas of Cane Girardeau County.
yJ ) wil
t VU-hi atcl tor uytr, jxirfn t fit, simplicity ami
reliability nt-arlv 40 yoiri So lil tn n ai ly
rvrry city nnil tpwn in ibe Unite-l M-ilc ur.J
t'anjila, or !y nuil iliict. More nU tlun
any other make. Scud tur lice ma Initio.
Mote tubhiritMrrs than my othrr fa.hior
maarinr million a month. Inaluabir. Lit
est .styles, jjtttrns. tirrsmaUin, mtllineiy
plain JtewiiiK, f.im y ttcedLwur k. hamtrri.tiu .
etiqurtte, uixnl ktontM, etc. On y 60 a
yc:ir (worth double). incUulinj;' a inr i uUtti.
kubscrihe totljy, or send lor t-amji.c n ; v.
VONI RM'L INIM'CTMF.Vrs
til AirrnU. IVst:tl bruits prtin:um catilugue
iind new cash prize otk'i:. Aiidrc ,
the M f ux to., m to :b w. s;tb si.. rw osa
BEN E. MASTERS,
an alley on the "iVe.-4 side of said lot
thirty three, (XI.) Said lot is one of
the lots included In what is common-j
ly known as Patrick Gara'hty's ad
dition to the City of Cape Girardeau,
In thecity, county and state aforesaid,
to secure the payment of a certain
promissory note In said deed described.
And, whereas, it is prolded in said
deed of trust that if default be made
in the, payment of said notes, the. said
party of the second part, at the re
quest of the leyal holder of the said
note, may proceed to sell the property
herein described, or any part thereof,
at public vendue to the highest bid
der, at the, east door of the court
house in the city of Cape Girardeau,
in said Capo Girardeau County, Mis
souri, for cash, after giving twenty
days public notice of the time, terms
and place of sale, by advertisement in
some newspaper printed and published
in the County of Cape Girardeau.next
proceeding the day of sale.
And, whereas, default has been
made in the payment of said note, and
at the request of the legal holder of
said note, I, John L. Miller, under
the authority vested in me by said
deed of trust, will on
SATURDAY, 27thday of AHUL.1912
of Mav, VMi.
audi),' on t he 271 h day
M. K. Siiki.ton.
UN A L SKTTLKN KNT N( T1CE.
Not ice is hereby Kiven to all credit
ors and others interested in the es
tate of Mary E.' Caldwell, deceased,
that I, the underslened, intend to
make tinal settlement of the estate
of said deceased at the next term of
the probate court of Cape Girardeau,
County, Missouri, to be held nt Jack
son, Missouri, betfinnintf on the hlth
day or May, 1912.
.J. W. CALDWELL
.1. F. CALDWKLi.,
"After four in our family had died
of consumption 1 waa taken with
atrignttui cougu and lung trouble,
out my lite was saved and 1 gained
87 pounds through UBinjr
W. R. Patterson, Welliugton, Tex,
PRICE ftOft inritl 00 IT ML nRlmlllSTV
EDW. D. HAYS
Attorney at Law
OFflCE IN COUKT UOU81
S. T. DALEY,
Located at Whetstlne'B Machine
Shop, east side of public square.
PLUMDING & PIPE FITTING
Special attention to guttering
and tin work.
David B. Hays
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office: Wet side of ;Publtcj.Squar