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THE TllOY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1878.
Isaac Logan by his deed (if trut dated
UioOthday of August, 1875, and recorded
in the recorder's oBco of Lincoln cousty,
Missouri, ln book No. 6, it page 417, did
convey to Benlsmln M. Vance, trustee, the
following described real estate situated in
the county of Lincoln und state of Missouri,
'to-wit: All the west half or the InllnwinK
tract ol land, to he divided by hcKlimlmtut
n point on the southern line of the same und
running thence north Sldug. went to the
northern line of the name, mi as to divide
thn Mine III two equal porta, the Whole tract
beliiR houndrd as follow! bcgli nintc at u
buckeye 10 inched in diameter, it belnjc the
-northeast corner of a lot of land deeded to
Daniel 11. W'hlteiitdc ; thence south oOdcjf.
west, two chains and 70 link", to u stake;
t honeu south iiWf(. east, 'ii chains to u stake;
thence north (aides, east, 83 ehalus and M
llnkH to u stone, irom which a white oak 10
inches In illauicter bers south 8 link de
tains thence north IMiIck. west. HI chains
and SO links to u (done; thence KOllth Tlldctf.
west, !U chains and SO links to the place of
lii'L-lnnliiL'. kuld west hall contalntiiK thirty
live acres more or lcs. and beliis p-rt uf
MireV 0. WW, 111 ui ill ,un),u I
east, of the fifth principal meridian, which
conveyance Was made III trust to secure the
payment of a certain promissory note there
in described, and whereat It wa provided
In said deed of trust that in case of absence,
death, re I Usui to act or Inability In any wise
ot the aforesaid trustee, the then uctliu;
Hhcritt of Lincoln county was to become
trustee, utul whereas the aforesaid Hciijuniin
M. Vance has m wrilltij,', refused to act,
und raid note belli;; past due and unpaid,
now therelorc at the rc(llct oftbo Ictrul
holder ui'xuld iiute und under and in pursu-
, unci- of Mild deed cf trust, I. the undcrstKii
vd, Micrin ormo county ou.iucow, win on
Tuesday, April tf. 1878.
between the hours of uluo o'clock in the
forenoon ami live o'clock In the alteriioon
tf that day, at the front door of the court
House hi iiiu who oi rroy, biiit'oin county.
Ml"iiurl, cxpo-ic to sale at public vendue
to the highest ildder for cali In hand, all
the tight, title, claim. Interest, estate utul
tinitn-riv ot the suld Isaac Loirau of. In and
to tiie above described I'd I estate lor the
pa) went of raid Hole With nil the interest
that may have accrued thereon, together
with the eots mid expenses of this trust.
.1. HLMOHE. Sh'lf.
Ily A. C. SiieUicn. 1. S. Umr
rpilUSTKK'S SALK OK HEAL
L EST AT K.-Whereas Edward O'llanlon
by his dtcil ot trust dated the sixth day ol
March, 1877. which raid deed of trut Is re
corded In the recorder's olllie of Lincoln
co.iuty, Missouri. In record book No. Ten
(ID), ut pane 21, did convey to I he under
sllfiifd trustee the following described real
estate, situate, lyllii and belli!.' In the conn
tv of Lincoln. In the state of Missouri, to-
wit: The east hall of the southwest iiuar-
tcr of section No. (tvveutv-threel. town-
ship Su (lllty). range 2 west, containing M
iicres, and also ttiu east part ol the north
west (itiarter of section No. twenty-six (2(1),
township SO (lllty), ranee 2 wet. coutaluiiii;
w acres, ami eoniaininv in an nu acres,
inoi'ii or less, and being the same laud con
veyed In a curtain luortu'UKo deed from suld
O'llanlon to the suld M. I. L. Yerdicr. re.
-corded In book X, page 271) of the records
f deeds ol i aid county, wliieh convevtitice
was made in trust to secure the payment of
u certain pronus.nry note in sani uecl limy
described, and whereas delault lias been
made In the payment of said note, now
therefore ut the rctiiic.st of the legal holder
( raid note, and In accordance with (he
provisions In said deed of trust, 1, the tin-
uorMgucu iruice, win on
Saturday, March 23, 1878,
sell tbn uboTo described property at public
veuiiuii to me uigiiesi iiUHicr loreasii, at
the court house door In the town ol Troy
vouiity uf I, In. villi and state nf Missouri, to
Mitify said note and interest thereon, and
ulsii the costs ami expenses or carrying out
this trust. K. N. UONr ILS,
January 10, 1S78,
T MUSTEK'S SALE OF KKAL
ESTATE. Wlicrea George Kerr und
Margery Ann Kerr, his wife, by their deed
4if trust dated the 27th day or .June. 187'.',
Which said deed of trust is recorded In the
recorder's olVieo of Lincoln count v, Mlrou
ii, 111 record book No. 2 at page ISO, did
convey to the undersigned trustee the lo.
lowing described real estate, situate, lying
und being In the eounlv of Lincoln. In the
state of Missouri, to-wit . The southwest
quarter and the west half of the southeast
Uliarter, and Hie west hair of the northeu-t
uuarter of section nine (). township tirty
(AO), north orrungo one (1) west, containing
three hundred and twenty acres, which con
veyance was made in trust to secure the
payment ot two eertilu promissory notes li
i.ald deed fully described, ami whereas de
lault has been made lu the payment of said
notes, now therefore ut the renuest of the
legal holder of suld notes, und In accordance
With the provisions III said deed of trust, 1
iiiu umici sisjiieii u usicu w in on
Saturday, March 23, 1878,
lictwec.it the hours of 10 o'elook a. m. and 3
o'clock p. in. of that day. sell the above de
scribed property at public vendue to the
highest bidder lor cash, ut the court house
door in the town of Troy, county of Lin
coln, stute of Missouri, to sat 1st v said unto
mid interest thereon mul also thn costs und
expenses ol currying out this trust.
A. V. 3IcK.EE, 'iirustec.
Peo'y 10. 1S78.
rpmJS I EK S SALK OF IttiAL KS-
1 TATK. Whereas James A. Klinore
und Mary J. Klmore (his wile) by their deed
ol trust dated the S7tli day ol February,
1874, which suld deed of trust Is recorded In
the recorder's ofllco of Lincoln county, Mis
souri, in book 2, at page il l I, did convey to
John V. Wilson (trustee) the following i e
scribed real estate situate, lying und being
in urn ciiiimy oi l.liu'oill unu slum oi .Mis
souri, to-wit: All. of the southwest nuur.
ler of tlio northwest quarter id' sect Ion six
(II), township forty-eight (48), ran go I west,
coutalnliig 51.411 acres, he the same more or
less, which LHiiveyuiieo was made In trust
10 KPcurs tue payment or certain promissory
notr.s In said deed fully dese, thud, und
ivicrcns ticiauii uas oeen inane in 1110 pay
ineiit of said notes,1 and whereas: the above
named trusted having lulled to act, now
tllerelore ut the request of the legal holder
of said note and in accordance with the
provisions in suld deed of trust. 1 the under
signed sheriff or Llucolu county, Miuouri.
" ' WodneeiUy, April 10, 1878,
between the hour of 0 o'clock in the lore
noon und' 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that
day ut the court house door In the town Of
Troy, Lincoln county, Missouri, selt atpul
i-U vendue to the highest bidder forcaab.tbe
uhove lleseribcd real estate to aatlafy said
notes and Interest thereon and also theeoata
udespeniiuu of . carrying cut thlstrust. "'
'., . , , . J.C.ELMOWK,Ult.'ir,..
By A. C. Suetiicn, u, H. ' "
T TRUSTEES' SALE W h o r u ft
Dcdrleh Uabelman and Elizabeth Uo-
blcman.hls wife, by their certain deed ol
trust dated Octooer ld. 1874, and recorded
in book Mo. 2, page 203 of records ol I rust
dctds in the ttecordor' offlce o' Lincoln
county, Mo., did convoy to the undersigned
trustee all the right, title, claim and Inter
oatofthe said Dcdrleh llobelman and wife,
of, in and to the' fallowing described real ea-
late, situaio. lying anu neing in the county
of Lincoln, atate of Missouri, and deaenbed
m follows, to-wit: The northeast fraction
al quarter, section 15, township 48, range 2
east, containing 77.44 acres, being the same
tract of land purchased of Stephen llronert
ny 9. ii. Martin, as per oceit nateu Alarcii
11. 1857. recorded at nuire 7(1. Honk N. ol rec
ords of deeds of Lincoln county, Mo. ; also
me irncnonai quarter or quarter section h.
township 48. range 2 east, containing lft.Sfj
uerc, purchusi'd from said llronert by said
Martin, as tier deed above, which said con
veyance was made Insecure tho payment of
u certain promissory note in sum ucca oi
trust described, and whereas suld note Is
now oust due and remains unpaid, now.
theretore, at the request of the legal holder
oi sum note, ana nv v n e oral uoriiv uy
fald deed conferred, 1 will on
between the hours of nine o'clock In the
forenoon and four o clock liitheaftcrn"inof
or that d.ty, sell at public vendue for cash
at the highest bidder, at the court house
door In the town of Troy, Lincoln county.
310., tile anove ueseriiMHi real estate to sat
isfy miM note and the costs of executing
tills trust. W.U. llU.NM.NIlr r;i,T
A DMINISTUATOU'S SALK OF
rX. It ALI STATK.-Uv vlrtuo of n re
newed order of the I'robato Court of l'lse
countv, Missouri, made at the November
term a. i). itsii, in tue matter ot mo estate
of John C. Carter, deceased, we. John K.
rorgpy una f . w. ration, autnininruiors,
win sen on
Ttiomlny. April 2, 1878,
and during the session of the Circuit Court,
at the court-hoii-e door in the town of Troy,
Lincoln countv. Missouri, between the hours
of 10 o'clock a. m. amis o'clock It. in. of that
day, to the highest und best bidder, all the
right, title anil interest ol the said deceased,
in ami to tue loiiowing iteseriiicii real csiatc.
lying und being in the county of Lincoln
und stute of Missouri, the same being the
east part of lot No. one, In survey 17:17. con
taining 874.0S acres. Terms One-tliird
cash, two-thirds in six months, without in-
terest, purehoser to give approved security
for deterred pal incut's.
John u. roiuiKV,
V. V. I'ATTON,
Administrators of J, C. Carter, dee'd.
February III, 1878.
A DMINISTUATOU'S NOTICf
JT. Letters of administration on! tho estate
ol'.lucob Conetihaver. dee'd. were L-rauted
to iiiu tinicrigiicii on me .mi nay oi t en.,
1878. by the l'robatu Court of Lincoln coun
All persons having claims against said ps.
late are required to cxiiliiil liiein lor uiiow
unco to the iidiuinlsiraiors within one year
after the date of suld I-tiers, or they may
Ii? precluded from any benefit of such es
tate, itml if such claims bo not exhibited
within two years from thn date of said let
lers, they will be torever barred.
'1 Ills liltli day ot Kelt., 1878. pd
A.. I. I.IMI.MIAVI.Il. I ,.,,.
WM.COLUKUT, J Admrn.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
...tti.lri ..I tiillllll.lkl.il Inn llii .....
tate of II. ii.Owlugs, dee'd. were granted to
tlie tiiuierslgneil on ilie l.itli il.iv or .Nov.
1877. by the I'lobutc Court of Lincoln conn
All persons having claims against said es
lull, rtt-i. rf.ftnlr.il lit ..vlill.il II... lit li.. ulltiu.'
aiiee to the administrator within one year
alter me ttale oi sain letters, or tliey may tie
precluded from any benefit of such estate,
till. I ll hll.'li ..l.iltOM It., llr.l ..vlillill,..! u-llltlii
two years from the date of said letteis, they
will lie I'ore.ver barred.
This -.iiStli day of Nov., 1877.
1. II. O WINGS. Adm'r.
L.'lters of administration on the
the estate of Kll.a 8ydnor, colored, dee'd,
were grunudlo the undersigned on the 4th
day ot Feoruary. 1878, b the Probate
Court of Lincoln County. Missouri.
All persons having claims against said es
tate are required to exhibit them lor allow
uiiee to the administrator within one year
after tho date of suld letters, or they may be
precluded Irom any benefit or such estate ;
und It such claims lie not exhibited within
two years from tho date of said letters, they
will lie forever barred.
This 20th day ot Feb.. 1R78.
J HI WELLS. Adm'r.
testamentary on the estate or Mi
chael Lansehe. dee'd, were granted
to tho undersigned on thelHth day of
July, 1877, by the Probate Court or Lin
coln county, Mo.
All persons having claims against said es
tate are required to exhibit them for allow
unee to the executors within one year ulter
the data of said letters, or they may bo pre
cluded Irom any benefit ol' such estate; and
If such claims Wo not exhibited within two
vears from the date of said letters, they will
bo forever barred.
This 17th day ol Oct., 1877
L. C. LANSCnK, 1 Pv,
J. P. LANSCilK, r
testamentary on the estato of Henry
Memmersmier, deceased, were grunted the
undersigned on the 2l)th day of Oct.. 187. by
the Probata Court of Lincoln county, Mis
All persons having claims against said es
tate tire required to exhibit them lor al
lowance to tho executrix within one year
after the date of suld letters, or they muy bo
precluded from any benefit ol audi estato;
and If aueli claims bo not exhibited within
two years from the date or said letter, they
This 81st day or Oct.. 1877. ' ,
ADMINISTRATOR'S RALE OF
UNAVAlLAULK AHHETsl. In obe'
(Hence to tlMslrder of the I'robato Court 'elf
Lincoln routafy, 'Missouri, made January;,
term, 18. S, we, the undersigned, uirmlnlstrnl
tor ol the estate of Uavld Utewart, deo'd;
.will on 1 "
Wednesday, April IQ.,1878,
at the court bouse door In Troy. Missouri,
sell the unavailable assets beloiiulng to said
eetate. 1 sTISWAUT BHAV,
J. M. McLELLAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Offer fot sale the following:
No. 4 Saline countv land : an im
proved farm of 400 acre. 220 acrca under
fence, 120 acres timber. Hewed log houso
of A rooms. Ii stories high; a tenant house
ltiuy is ; orcnarn inucaring; 7 mtiesirroin
nrowiisviiie. win oe som eneap on long
time, or exchanged for nronertr in tola
county or St. Louia.
No. A A farm within 1 mlloof tho
cattrt house in Troy, fill J acres; two
strry frame house with tin L, smoke house,
chicken house, stable, crib, tobacco barti, all
in good repair, u well und 12& fruit trees.
Wt Itl Vlirlttv finpnaQ mlfna fptm
Trnv, .in acres timber, story house with an
L, lutoke house, chicken house, granary,
crib, stable, all new bdlldliigs ; a well und
siock puuu, uv iruu (ices, new ran, i ncu
No. 17 One liundied and forty-
four acres for H 100, 0 rails f.oni Troy. Very
Hue lrult land.
No. 18 Flvo hundred and twenty
acres ; l tract composed or 4 rarm. 4 dwell
ing nouses, narns, siuoics granaries ouu uu
necessary outbuildings; uoo irtut trees, n
will tin sold ill narcelsor us on tract.
No 25 Two hundred and forty
acres .Ii miles from Troy, all fenced, and
Well act in grass:
No. 27 One hundred' mid twenty
acres, 1 mile of Troy, brick house ol'H rooms,
tenant house 1(1 by 20, largo frame burn,
crib with wagon shed, stable, granary, Ico
house, hen ami stnoke houses, good cellar.
2 wells and branch for stodk water, largo
orchard in bearing; public road upon two
sides. Price 5(5000.
Nn. 37 One hundred ntid ten acres
.1 miles sotllll ot t roy, ..i acres lenceu uun
in cultivation; :i. acres timber: house of
:i rooms, snioke.hoiise, well, 2 stables, plenty
or stock water ; 125 fruit trees in bearing.
No.38 One hundred and sixty acres
Ii miles south ol New Hope. 40 acres in
etilthatlon and leiieed, 120 acres good tlm
bear. Hewed loir house of 3 rooms, smoke
house, cistern well, 70 Iritlttrecs in bearing,
stable, crib and shed, u 5-tler tobacco burn.
No. 39 Ono hundred nnd seventy-
f .......... Ol n,ll. ...lit ril'Mlll'lIll. 1111
lenceci and In cultivation. Large house or 5
rooms, s.noke liou-e, chicken house, stables,
ui. ..Iu..m.. .....II ill liftlln 1MI
Trill, wiinccu urn ii, .!"- ....-.. i
fruit trees. Everything In good order. Half
mite to now scuooi uuusu.
No. 41 Two b ii ml red ond flfty-nino,
acres 4 miles southeast or Auburn. 14(1 un
der fence and In cultivation. J acres in tim
ber. Large 2-story frame house ot 7 rooms.
2 tenant houses, 2 stables with large shed. 2
cribs, wagon slied. All very eonvcnieni.
Over flixi fruit trees in bearing. Good neigh
borhood. School house near.
No. 43.-Two hundred nnd forty
acres r miles east ol Troy, 110 acres fenced
into conveiiKlit fields. 1 in acres of the very
best limber. . A dwelling house or roitr large
rooms , also a tenant house and till neeessu
ry out houses. 2 large tobacco bams, orchard
in hearing. All small fruits iu the garden.
Xn. 41 One hundred and fill y acre"
2 miles of Troy, leoaeres fenced and in cul
tivation. Two dwelling houses on the place;
I outbuildings, orcburds. wells and llv
water for stock ; all In good order.
No. 45 One hundred nnd lxty
iii-r.. in 4 miles of HlllT Oak: 150 acres
fenced: dwelling-house or live large rooms.
:i fire-places : barn, stables, cribs and gran
ary : about 2dn lrult trees or apples, peaches,
pears, plums, cherries and small fruits. The
larin Is In excellent repair, convenient to
church and school, i crms easy.
No. 46 Seven hundred nnd twenty
.......... nl,l. il.nl li.lt. Id lltlltnitl-ltVl.ll Will lift
m it:i. U. ,11. ... ..", u f - " ' - , ' "
sold III a bodv or In tracts, as desired by the
purchaser, it lays 4 nines norm oi jiiii
wood. Price, low and easy terms.
No. 47 Ten acre lu Troy 5 bonne
or elglit rooms, poreucs. eisiern wen. tvoou
house, smoke house, stables and chicken
House ; fenced and divided into small fields ,
i.iH..n ..it, I l.t ,t.iwiiit-n , IVnlt tri.i'M Iti tiniir-
II.. .t.l.. ... f"V.v , ....... ... .
lug, und small fruits: shade trees lu yard
ailli llUftlUrC. A UUI2UIII
No. 48 Throe hundred acres, elffht
miles north or Wurronton; 240 ucres unim
proved prairie and 00 ucres timber. It is
near tho Lincoln county ccul fields. Furius
on three sides uro fcuced. W ill muke a first
class stock farm.
Nn. 49 One hundred nnd ten acres
1 mile of Troy; house or 4 rooms, abundance
or nil varieties or fruits In bearing, 2 tobacco
houses, stable and all necessary outbuild
ings, well watered. Everything In good re
No. 50 Forty nnros 8 miles nf Troy.
a house, stable und outbuildings, a young
orchard, 11 well and atock wuter. Near
new school house.
No. 51 Forty nerfis2mllpsofTroy.
a new house and stable and outbuildiugs. a
young orchard and good spring.
Nn. 52 Sixty acres 3 miles of Cap-
au-Uris, u house and outbuildings, orchard
lu bearing. Uood wheat land.
No. 63 Olio hundred and twentt
acres 3 miles of Hurr Oak, a house, stubli
aud outbujldin'gs, fruit trees and atock wu-
No. 84-rOtio hundred and flfteep
acrea 14 miles of Troy, unimproved timber
aud. The timber Is of tho bust quality.
THE TI.QY HERALD.
I ( t . I I IM
JOB AND NEWSPAPER
WEDDING, VISITING AND BUSIES
Printed In the Most Fashionable styes.
At St. Louis Cash Prices.
Sale Bills Pos ters,
HANDSOME SHOW CARDS
IN PLAIN OR
DOING GOOD WORK
Always Strive to fleas..
ORDEB S ;
From a Distance
Send orrf Bring .Your Work:
HlaVNaVr .-ffulf Ma tlaisw.tan
--ww . m mwg w , a a if 1 11 ma ill llaMHir
KrVaWOII tAIUinflnttil KtaH sllin.lJll -
v Vyvv,i HUM tVUSB UVUUUSIVl U1WM
lae and evening. '
f'tf kataw . Ul.l .
vm.uiin- mil. pastor !
tervlees first nnd tlilru Sundays In each
ItlAtlth. mitkali.uH4 n. I . .A.. .
m rtriiuig , iiryer meet
ing Wednesday evening.
MKTnoniST K. Sotmt. Rev. Jesa
Sutton, pastor: services Brat Sunday, morn-
Imr anil flvtnlncr. tn..-n.i..M 'in...u.i....
evening. ..-.-..... ...,.,ui,,
PKKsnYTKiitAX.-ncv. Mr. McKlwec.
pastor; services, every Hnndav. mnrnlntr ami
evnnlniri iiriivF.ntnnili.. w 1... .........
Sunday seliool every Sunday morning.
j.i . -""".--'iii'miuiiiiay aiier tn
4th Monday In Jlurch aiul.'ld Monday in 8ept.
-uuni 1 yiiiiiti. scconu iiiouuuy in Kel.
fuary, May, August, and November
Piiodatk Couiit. Second Monday in
lonuary, April, July and October. 1
. A. W. A A. M.
Troy Lodco Jto. 34 A. K. A. M. meets
Saturday Hlttht on or berore eaeh full moo,,
Jno McDonald, Sec'v.
Troy Hoyul Arch Chapter No. M meets aV
Mosoiilo hall on the Suturilav nKi-oiiK tho
RKUlar meeting or the Troy Lodi A. V.
A. 31., of each month. '
.. ''McELWEK. Il.l.
I. O. O. F.
Troy Lodge No. 68 1. O. O. P. meets cverv
Saturday nlpht at their ball In ilio Wlthro
block. VlsitliiK iiicmbcrs Invited to attend.
xV , W M. A.DEAVEH, O.
W J. PlLCIIKIt. Scc'r.
n.. i "p.?,niCouV,yy'!,nc u,t'1 on the ace-
J,i, e!!, .lfy '!' ;clrury, ;ld Tuesday In
April, 1st 1 uesday lu Autnt and Ud Tiica
day in November.
ir .... . -
Rnrr link fWntum CVn ... .
unlay belore the fiill moon and two week
11 . . . J., c . '"'"'""uaiv aiast.
I). Ali.kn, Scc'y
Linn's Mill Grango meets the haturdar
before each full moon. '
Iluan Lowiiy, secretary.
Jackson Grunge No. 1788 meets at.rncksoa
school houso Urst and third .Saturdays, tuo
., M- MOOIIK. Muster.
W. II. HAnTitOLOw, Secretary.
CoraoOratijto No. 1780 meets nt Mt. Vcr
rton, school house, tlrst Saturday In each
0 WEX (,'OPFKK, Sec V.
Millwood fl range No. 17M meets at Mill,
wood tlrst Satun'av In eneh month.
J. A. Forii, Secretary.
.Sew Hope OrunseNo. IMD meets at New
Hope second and fourth Hutttrduy.
T. N. MITCIIBL?., Sccrctajy.
Star Hope Crinse No. 1SWS8 meets at Star
Hope school house liiurth Saturday In each
"T'l-. b I. C'ANNCN.Mustei
n . C. SLEET, Scc'y.
ljrydenvlllo Oranjco No. 1807 meets at
o'clock p. 111. tlrst and third Saturdays In
eaeh month. WM. DltYDEN. ff ll
U.J. lUlYDKN.Scc'v. W U
Now-Salem Oramjo No. 1787 meets, at 2
o'eloek p in. on the Saturday ol, or alter,
the lull moon, and two weeks thereafter.
llrown's Oranjre No. 11)00 meets on .the
2d and 4th Saturdays in aeh month si
Hawk Point nrannn ll. n,n .
2d and 4th Saturdays 7,r each month. "
Louisville (Iranfe No. 1585 meets on or be
Tore the lull moon In each month, at 10
o'clock a. m. H. R. WILLIAMS, Mast.
E. O.StiTON, Scc'y. '
Alexandria (iran(;e'mrcta first and third
Saturdays in every month,
o . JAS. KINO, Master.
S am'i. Carter, Sec'y. ' ma"mT'
J. II. CARROLL, l'rest. a. A. Mnnwn. v i
LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
Assets Jan. 1. ' 77, trold coin . . . .1.28 W7 so
Surplus as to policy holders.... mtm M
DIBECTOH S .
Lcland Stanford. Pro'st Central Paclflo B. K
Newton Hooth. United States SenuUr
Sojniiel Lavenson, Merchant
Prank : Miller. Cuj'r Nfl Uold B'k Mills Co
.L P. llotijflitnn. l'res't Home Mutual Flro
Insurance Co.. San Pranclsco
II. S. Crocker Merchant
It.C. Clark. County Judjro
Edward Cudwaluder, Brokor
Gorge A. Moore. Insurance
L'.A Booth. CspltalUt
L.H. Adows, Mercbunt
It. T.. Brown. Cupltullst
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The l'acllle Mutual Is the only company
tliut . Guarantees, on every anniversary ait
equitable dividend and Cash Surrender val
ue In plain flifures on tho policy,
mUi BRAWHER, Manager for MfssourJ,
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ST. IiOUIS, - MO.
W. S. HUTT, Med. Examiner, Lincoln Co.
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