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THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, LEXINGTON, MO.
PAGE TI1RE3 Only a Cold. Are you ill? is often answer- ORDER OF PUBLICATION ! So Wt quarter of the Southwest In the Probate Court of Lafayette quane-. a':! in Section 18, Township fnnnrv Miasmti-i 1ltK Ann Aii R OS i 1 ., r .,,! r",.r,t.r Ull! IIS Only a COld, as if ( gust adjourned term, 1921, on the' Missouri, for the purpose of satisfy a cold was a matter of little'7 ay November, 1921. Estate! ing said indebtedness, and paying the , . , of Susan I. Kirtley, deceased. I costs of executing this trust. Consequence, DUt people are De- Now at this date comes William iOHN W. CLEMENTS, ginning to learn that a common Aun'ttxtu,or 0l,tne eate 91 bu" ... . san I. Kirtley, deceased, and pre- cold 18 a matter not to be tn-;sents to the Court his petition pray- fied with, that some of the mostiln? for'an lder toJ thLe. ale f cert . , 1 tain real estate of which the saw serious diseases start with a cold. As soon as the first indica tion of a cold appears take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Remember that the sooner you get rid of your cold the less tha danger, and this remedy will help you to throw it off. Adv. Susan I. Kirtley died seized, and de scribed as follows: The following described real es tate situate ia the City of Lexington, Who finds the debilitated ex rervice men and their families unA nrpnarpo thoir naaa fr nnmJ twenty-seven, the same now being a ,. , ,, , I part of and within the corporate lim- riisauuH . ine neu iross. Who administers to their fam ilies in distress? The Red Cross. Who performs the hundred and one first-aid measures in Trustee. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that Let ters of Administration on the estate of Arthur Kirtley, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the 10th day of October, 1921, by the Probate Court of Lafayette County, in the county of Lafayette in the! Missouri. All persons having claims state of Missouri, to-wit:-Lot five and I against said estate are required to fifteen feet off the west side of lot J exhibit them for allowance to the un six, nil in Block fourteen, in First; dersigned within six months after the Addition to the town (now city) of j date of granting said letters, or they Lexington, in Lafayette County, Mis- may be precluded from any benefit suuiij liUis une anu two in diock two, in College Place, in the city of Lexington, in Lafayette County, Mis souri, a subdivision of a part of the southwest quarter of section twenty- seven, in township fifty-one, of range day of October, 1921 HKNKY I'.. CHILES, Administrator. its of the city of Lexington, in La- Attested by Stephen N. Wilson Judge fayette County, Missouri, all situated! of Probate for Lafayette County, in the County of I,afayette, State of Missouri. Missouri; or, so much of said real (SEAL) Oct. 21, 1921. estate as will pay and satisfy the re- WlIV,oTiMTnn'o vhttw maininc debts due bv said estate and ADMINISTRATOR b NOTICE, yet unpaid for want of sufficient as- Notice is hereby given, that Let of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of granting said letters, they will be foi ever barred. Witness my signature on this 10th our various communities' The's''s' Wn'c'1 sa'd petition is accom- ters of Administration on the estate pameu oy a true account, 01 me aa- 01 iancy ureen ueceaseu, wci Red Cross. A Good Coufth Medicine For Children. Mrs. J. W. Phillips. Redon. Ga., phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and said she had bought a bot tle of it at his store recently and that it was doing her chil dren so much good that she wanted to keep up the treat ment. You will find nothing bet ter for coughs and colds in chil dren or for yourself. It keeps the cough loose, expectoration easy and soon frees the system from the cold. Adv. ministration-of said estate, a list of granted to the undersigned on the debts due to and by the deceased and! 15th day of October, 1921, by the remaining unpaid, and inventory of j Probate Court of Lafayette County, the real estate, and of the remaining Missouri. All persons having claims Dersonal estate with its aunraisedl aaainst said estate are required to value, and all the other assets in! exhibit them for allowance to the hands, and the whole verified by the; undersigned within six montns alter affidavit of said petitioner, showing I the date of granting said letters, or that said estate is indebted, that said j they may be precluded from any ben debts are unpaid, and that there arejefit of said estate: and if such claims not sufficient assets on hand to pay , be not exhibited within one year the same. On examination whereof, it is or dered by the Court that all persons interested in the estate of said de ceased, be notified that application as aforesaid has been made, and that un less the contrary be shown' on or be fore Monday, the 12th day of De- 1 inn. - 1 ' . I. 1 1 L T ceniDer, on wnicn auy mini of Probate for Lafayette County, Missouri. (SEAL) Nov. 18,1921. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas John Saunders a single man, by his certain deed of trust dated the 12th day of March, 1920, and of record in the office of the Re corder of Deeds in Lafayette County, Missouri, in Book 254 at Page 548, conveyed to, the undersigned trustee the real estate hereinafter described to secure the payment of the prom issory note in said deed of trust de scribed; and whereas there has been a failure to comply with the terms and conditions of said note, accord ing to it s tenor and effect, and de fault has been made in payment there of and the entire amount of the prin cipal of said note is due and unpaid; Now therefore, I, the undersigned Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said note hereby give no tice that I will on MONDAY. DECEMBER 10TH, 1921, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon 0? that day, at the Court House Door in the City of Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri, proceed to sell and will sell, at public vendue, to the hiehest bidder for cash in hand, the real estate in said deed of trust described, situate in the City of Lexington, Lafayette County, Mis souri, to-wit: A tract off of the West side of Ixt numbered six (6) in Block lettered "D" in Anderson's Addition to the City of Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri, more particularly described as beginning at the Northwest corner of said Lot six (C) thence East twenty-eight (28) feet, thence in a Southwesterly direction parallel with the West line! of said Lot six (h) to the iouth line of said Lot six (6), thence West to the West line of said Lot six (6), thence in a Northeasterly direction to the place of beginning. It is un- from the date of granting said let ters. thev will be forever barred. Witness my signature on this 15tn .dcrstood that the East line of the a- dav of October, 1921 NELLIE CLAYTON, Administrator. Attested by Stephen N. Wilson Judge of Probate for Lafayette County, Missouri. Court will be in session, an order, (SEAL) will be made for the sale of the whole ' of the above described real estate of raid deceased, or so much of the said real estate as shall, be sufficient, for the payment of said debts Oct. 21, 1921 The Richmond high school team swamped the Higginsville 1 these proceedings according to law. It is further ordered that a copy I .! amIaw Via v 1 V 1 i 1 Vi r.A MAn A team Friday at Higginsville, 49;week for four weeks consecutively in ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that Let ters of Administration on the estate of Ervin Zeysing deceased, were bove tract of land shall be half way between the house on this tract and the next house East of it as now sit uated, for the purpose of paying the amount due on said note and the costs and expenses of this sale. Given under my hand this 17th day of November, 1921. HORACE F. BLACKWELL, Trustee. It is further ordered that all of i granted to the undersigned on the the, heirs of said deceased, residents 18th day of October, 1921, by the of said Lafayette County, Missouri j Probate Court or Lafayette bounty, be personally served with notice of (Missouri. All persons having claims to 0. This Means You. When you get up with a bad taste in your mouth, a dull tir ed feeling, no relish for food and are constipated, you may Ttnow that you need a dose of Chamberlain's tablets. , . They j noi oniy; cause an agreeaDie The Lexington Intelligencer, a news paper published in said Lafayette County, Missouri, the first publica tion thereof to be at least thirty days before the 12th day of December, 1921. STEPHEN N. WILSON, Judge of. Probate. (SEAL) A True Copy From The Record. Witness my hand and official sent this 7th day of November, 1921. Clerk of Probate Court against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the undersigned within six months after the date of granting said letters, or they may be precluded from any ben efit of said estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of granting said let ters. they will be forever barred. Witness my signature on this 18th day of October, 1921. GEORGE F. ZEYSING, Administrator Attested by Stephen N. WiUon Judge of Probate for Lafayette County, Missouri. (SEAL)v Oct 21, 1921 ach and improve the digestion. Adv. Miss Jennie Perry left Sunday morning for Boonville, Mo., where she will teach in the pub lic schools. FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given to all cred itors and other persons interested in the estate or Anna Lioeiltng cicceas The Winter Opening at the Chillicothe Business College oc- cures Dec. 5th at which time new classes will be organized and scores of boys held on the farm by fall work will enter. Adv movement of the bowels but SHERIFF'S SALE IN PARTITION movement. 01 me Doweis, dui state of MISSOURI, cleanse and invigorate the stom-i COUNTY OF LAFAYETTE ss. In the Circuit Court of Lafayette 1 ed, that the undersigned Ida Uoei County, Missouri, October Term 1921,' ling, 'Administratrix will apply to at Lexington. make a hnal settlement 01 said es- Lcslie Bartlett, Grace Hislop, Dewitt.tate, at the November term, 1921, C. Hackley, Bettie H. Hackley, Jo-of the Probate Court of Lafayette die Hackley, Bird Hackley, Mattiel County, Missouri, to be begun and Hackley, Lucy Beamer, Edward, held at the Probate Court room, in Hackley, and Hugh Hackley I the city of Lexington, on the second Plaintiff.' Monday in November, 1921. vs. j IDA DOELLING, John Hackley, May Whitlington, Administratrix. Maud Gentry, lone Dyer, Floyd, riVtf qstti vmfvt Smith-rman. Earl Smitherman,! vt FINAL SETTLEMENT John Smitherman. Fred Smither-1. Notice is hereby given to all cred man, Percival Smitherman, Will-j "'! Pfsons interested in iam Smitherman, Samuel Hackley, of Benjamin Pangborn i.n.. iin., tv, i. deceased, that the undersigned W. O. seph' Hackley,' Fannie Cam'pbell Pangborn, Administrator, will apply and Virginia Lee Lake. Defendants. wake a fina settlement of said Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA G. H. Bates and I. H. Noyes spent Monday in Kansas City on business. They made the trip in the motor bus. II. L. Connell went to Kansas City Monday morning in the motor bus to spend the day on business. Constipation. Most laxatives and cathartics afford only temporary relief and should be used only for that purpose. When you want per- By virtue and authority of a de-'te. ut the November term 1921. manent relief take Chamber-' . j i. .i. ; ..t;;J of the Probate Court of Lafayette 1oin. T0K!tu nnrl hu Mfl made at the October term 1921. of the .County, Missouri, to be begun and " " 7 in, court of Lafayette County. 1 t the Proba e Court room, in Observe the directions With eacu;Missouvi in the above" entitled cause,; 'he city of Lexington, on the second 1 mv i-i.i.i. i t ...u:.u .., I Mowin v in November. 1921. ! . f..,.m fVio iffipo nt tVio f'lprlf nf the " rAKlillUKN, ly move the bowels, but improve j rircuit Court of Lafayette County, the appetite and strengthen the digestion. Adv. Henry Gelzer has sold his res idence property at the corner of 14th and Franklin streets to the Trinity Evangelical church people, who will erect thereon a new church building. Since they have no Christmas vacation at the Chillicothe Bus iness College, students entering for the big Winter Opening Dec. 5th will not be interrupt ed by the so-called Holidays. Adv. NEW PLAYER PIANO FOR SALE. We offer for immediate sale a brand new player piano, qua ity fully guaranteed, located near Lexington. Liberal terms to responsible party. Particu lars will be furnished to anyone addressing the E. B. GUILD MUSIC CO. 1119 Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 10-2l-4t FOR SALE: Single Comb White Leghorn Cockrels, $1.00 Phone 22F2. 11-17-U C A 15 15 A ( E ! Hurrying cabbage 10c per brad delivered this week. Phono ;:ofi2. 11-1 1-1 w Missouri, on the 5th day of November 1921. and to me delivered, I, J. L. Forsha, Sheriff of Lafayette County Missouri, will on MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th. 1921 between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon, of that day, in front of the Court House door in the City of Lexington, Lafayette County, Missou ri, during the session and sitting of the said Circuit Court of Lafayette County, Missouri, sell publicly at auc tion to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described real estate situate, lying and being in La favette County, Missouri, to wit Lot Number five in Block "C" in the Original Town of Corder, Lafayette County. Missouri. Oiven under my hand this 7th nay of November, 1921. J. L. FORSHA. Sheriff (.f Lafayette County, Mo. Administrator. FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given to all cred 'tors and other persona interested in the estate of Margaret Willie deceas ed, that the undersigned Anne Will- lg and Walter I!. Waddell, Adminis tratrix and Administrator, will apply to make a hnal settlement of said estate, at the November term, 1921, of the Probate Court of Ifayette County, Missouri, to be .begun and held at the Probate Court room, in the city of I-exinpton, on the second Monday in November, 1921. ANNE WILLIG. Administratrix, WALTER B. WADDELL, Administrator Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Miss Mary Claudia Willson returned Sunday from Colum bia, Mo., where she attended the annual state-wide conference for teachers of vocational home e conomics. Miss Willson's class was awarded first prize in the applied art contest. Miss Jean Cutler of Welling ton, spent Sunday here with the family of Mrs. Ida Foster. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that by reason of default made in the pay ment of any interest whatsoever, on the note described in the deed trust executed by Price G. Hnynie and Ma rie E. Haynie, his wife, on Marcn 1st, 1918, to tho undersigned Trustee and filed for record on March 19th. 1918. and recorded in the Recorder of Deeds' Ofllce at Lexington in Lafay ette County, Missouri, in Book 240 at page 36, I will in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust and at the request of the legal own er and holder of said note, he hav ing elected to declare said note due and payable by reason of such non payment of interest, sell to the high est bidder for cash at public vendu st the North front door of the Court House in Lexington, in said Lafay ette County, Missouri, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER filh. 1921 between the hour of nine oVlork in the forenr.nn and live o'clock in the afternoon of said duy, the Northwest cpjiirter of the Southwest quarter, and the North h.ilf of the Southwest quurler of the Southwest qimrter, and the Northwest quarter of the FINAL SETTELEMENT Notice is hereby given to all cred itors and other persons interested in the estate of James Byars deceased, that the undersigned Henry C, Chiles, former Public Administrator, will apply to make a linal settle ment of said estate, at the Novem ber term, 1921, of the Probate Court of Lafayette County, Missouri, to be begun and held at the Probate Court room, in the city of Lexington,, on the second Monday in November, 1921. HENRY C. CHILES, Former Public Administrator. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that Let ters of Administration on the estate of Dominik Mautino deceased, were granted to the undersigned on the liHh day of November, 1921, by the Probate Court of Lafayette County, Missouri. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the un dersigned within six months after the date of granting said letter?, or they may be precluded from eny ben eht of said estate; and if such claim he not exhibited within one yea from the date of grunting said let ters, they will be forever barred. Witness my signature on this l,rth day of November. 1921. JOK MARK MAUTINO. .Aclministrutur. Attested by Stephen N. Wilson Jud.' We Are Now Showing The New Fall Styles In White House Shoes for Men The style illustrated is the New Fall Brogue. It come3 in Mahogany and Cocoa Brown Calf. Priced at $5, $6.50 & $8 The styles are right the leathers are right the shoemaking is right and the prices are right. They are the right kind of shoes for us to sell and for you to buy because they will give you genuine satisfaction and will convince you that this Store is Headquarters for Men's shoes. Priced at $4.00 to $8.00 WHY PAY MORE? 817 Maia St WEAK, I1ERV0US, ALL RUlj-DOVtl Missouri Lady Suffered Until She Tried CarduL Saji "Result Was Suprising.,' Got Along Fine, Became Normal and Healthy. Springfield Mo. "My back wai mi weak 1 could hardly stand up. aud I would have beorlng-down pains and was not well at any time," says Mrs. D. V. Williams, wife of a well-known fanner on Route 6, this place. "I kept retting headaches and having to go to bed," continues Mrs. Williams describing the troubles from which she obtained relief through the use of Cardul. "My husband, having heard of Cardul, proposed retting It for me. "I taw after taking some Cardul . . . that I waa Improving. The result wai surprising. I felt like a different person. "Later I uffred from weaknem and weak back, and, felt all run-dowu. I did not rest well at night, I wi to nervous and cross. My husband aald he would Ret me some Cardul, which he did. It strengthened me . . . My doctor said I got along fine. I was In good healthy condition. I cannot say too much for It" Thousands of women have suffered as Mrs. Williams describes, until they found relief from the use of Cardul. Since It his helped so many, you should not hesitate to try Cardul if troubled with womanly allmeuts. For s.Uij everywhere. iS3 " 220 Have you been too busy to take a Vacation this Summer? Special Winter Tourist Fares (OcttW In, mi, tm April WMk, IftUi Mun limit Mar '. 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