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Some Laclede History From San Diego (Call) Union. Editor San Diego Union: " Hav ing noticed in a recent issue of your Daper an article coneerniug the home and life of General Pershing and having lived in La clede, Mo , and known the general from the time he was 9 years old until - he entered the military academy at West Point, I feel im pelled to say a word to be added to the words of some others who, apparently, know considerably less of the'r subject. In the autumn of 1SG9 I was engaged as . clerk -in the general store kept by John F. Pershing, father of the general. Young f oo Vi trr9 of tlSaf tima .iroa Q roars JL VIOUIII HU IIIUV Ui V V0 J . v w aew a v m-s old and was attending school. Atiand hedge the Bob White is call that time I observed the sturdy, ine to his mate that "the frost is sober, thoughtful and amiable on the pumpkin and the fodder characteristics that are still his. I in the shock." Great is Missouri From 1875 until 1882 John Persh- and wonderful is the golden glory ing worked on his father's farm as of her grand October days! and his brother James October la Miisouri . Mosby'l Missouri Message. The man who wrote "The melancholy days have come" was n-t thinking of October in Missouri, jit is our most glorious month. The harvest is finished. Our granaries are bursting with golden grain. The farm wagons are creaking and groaning and the trucks are snorting and pnffing under the weight of the biggest crop that Missouri ever sent to market.; Fat cattle are grazing upon ten thousand hills, the winter apples are blushing in the October breeze, mingling their ruby glow, with the russet, green and gold, that gleams from every shrub and ( tree, while from meadow and bill foreman, was his assistant. He taught school i some and otherwise did about as any average young man , might have done . Frotn '77 to '82 I was postmaster at Laclede and also had a stock of groceries, candies and so on. My Car For Every 15 Persons There is one motor vehicle for every 15 persons in the United States. This calculation is based on the latest authentic automobile an truck registration figures which wife n$ed to make an especially nave iast eei compiled by the B good quality of taffy, John used Goodrich Rubber company to come in occasionally, buy the Tbe total number of passenger cars taffy and stand at the counter and and trucks listed is 6,786,550 enjoy his purchase. We loved to Thia "Presents a 13 per cent gain hovo KiiYi fm k!o to lira nrara alnrnra lover the 6.023.605 registry of pleasant and enjoyable. January 1, 1919. In other words Af fVta tima ha vanatvaA Vila an. the latest tabulations show that A V v u w u a tu w awxewM w 762.945 more cars are now in use than there was in the first of this year. In Missouri there has been licenses issued to 233,060 auto mobile owners for which there has been placed $1,682,480.50 in the good roads funds during the pres Guardian's Notice Notice is hereby given that on the Had day of September, 1919. the undersigned M. P. Bee son was by the Probate Court of Linn County. Missouri, appointed Guardian of the Person and Estate of Henry Deets; a person of un sound mind, and that on the date above men tioned a Certificate of Appointment as such guardian wu granted me, M. P. Benson, by the Judge of said Court. All persons having claims against the estate of said Henry Deets are required to exhibit them to me for allowance within one year after the date of granting said certificate, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate; and If such claims be not exhibited within one year from the date of granting said certificate, they shall be'f orever barred. M. P. BENSON. Guardian. (Seal) ' Attest: Arthur L. Pratt. Judge of Probate. pointment to West Point 1 was editing a small country newspaper in Laclede. When he left I made him the subject of a short para graph in which I predicted that if he lived and the opportunity offer ed itself John Pershing would make his mark. The opportunity came and the mark has been placed at ent year. the very top of the arch. I don't think there will be any more worlds for him to conquer, but hope there will be ample time for him to enjoy the laurels he has already won. For several years I was owner of the old Pershing heme, and the picture you published aroused many memories. So also did the pictures of Mrs. Warreu and Mrs Hewitt Aunt Louiza and Aunt Susan who were two of the world's noblest and best. Both of them were dear friends of miue Wonldn't I love to be in Laclede when Johnny comes marching home! You can wager everything that I would. That will be a day to be remembered as long as time lasts. Being a veteran of the war of '61 and having only one leg to travel on, makes my being there improbable. But I will be a long distance sympathetic friend and admirer of the conqnering hero, that eon of Missouri. J. H. Bkunemer, Late of Co. H. 17th Wis. Vol. In. La Vista Apartments. 'Breeders Attention Every man in Liinn County who is interested in purebred livestock is invited to attend the meeting of Linn County Breeders Association to be held in Linneus on October 11, at 1:30, sharp This is rather an unusual meeting because of the number of important things which will come up for nncMnratinn Tf vnn PYnppt tn Lave anything tO Offer in the bredl been commenced against yoa in the Circuit ooloo trWh trill he held trip Court of the County of Linn at Linneus. Mis- 24th and 25th Of February, 1920, 1 scribed lands and tenement to-wit: The North we want to know it at thia date. w ' n, W?J?1S of and Want yOU tO be present at ID18I Quarter of The South West Quarter of See Uon No. Seveo(T) all in Township No. Fifty Seven (5?) North of Bang No. Twenty (SO) West m Linn County. Missouri, which said action Is returnable oa the first day of the next December Term of said court to be held at the court house In the city of Linneas in the county and state af orsaid on the t&h day of December. 191s. when and where yoa may appear and answer or otherwise defend sack icuofi.other- wi plaintiffs petition will be taken as con fessed and )udf emeot rendered accordingly. (SEAL) el. a. lamb, ureon tier Order of Publication In the Linn County Circuit Court at Linneus, Missouri, December Term 1919. James McDonnell Plaintiff . vs John B. Champlain, Nathan Pace, George Pace. Kmily Pace. Dinsmore Sanders, Abel Sanders. Diantba San ders. Phebe Sanders. Edward Sanders. Elijah Champlain. Lvdia (Champlain) Crandall, Mary Champlain, Emeline (Champlain) Sanders. Elua (Champlain) Paoe, Emeline Sanders, Joshua Akin. William L. Breckenridge. Henry H. T. Grill, Henry L, Blnford. Robert Hoyle Wttllam A. Smith, and Almon S. Pal mer, if living but If not living. The Un known wives, widows, widowers. Spouses, heirs, devises, donees, legal representatives, alienees, immediate mesne or remote, voluntary, and invol untary grantees of Oliver Thniston, Nathan Pace, George Pace, Emily Pace. Dinsmore Sanders. Able Sanders. Diantba Sanders, Phebe Sanders. Edward Sanders, John B. Champlain. Elijah Champlain. Lyda (Champlain) Crandall. Mary Champlain. Emeline Sanders. Joshua Akin. William L. Breekenridge. Henry H. T. Grill. Henry L. Binford. Robert Hoyle. William A. Smith, and Almon S. Palmer, and all Unknown persons claiming title or esute to plaintiffs herein described land by or through any of the above named persons.... Defendants The State of Missouri to the above named or described defendants. Greetings: meeting. This notice is a fair warning to everyone. Aside from making arrangements for these sow sales there are other matters in which yoa will be interested and you should be here. Don't forget the date and the time. Boss Nichols, County Agent. I will sell at public auction at my farm 5 miles south of Laclede, Mo., and 1 mile east of Forker on 50 HEAD OF PUREBRED DUROC BOARS, SOWS AND GILTS 8 head yearling sows, will farrow soon after sale date; bred to Pathfinders Model, son of Pathfinder. . 2 head 3-year old brood sowr, will farrow soon, bred to Pathfinders Model. 8 November gilts; sire, Red Defender, ont of Col. Top Notcher dams. 14 March and April gilts; sire, Pathfinder Model, out of Col. Top Notcher dams. 6 November boars; litter mates to the above gilts. 10 Pathfinders Model boars; March and April farrows. Now, just a word: I have been breeding the big strain of Durocs for several years. I have not fitt ed them for show but kept in mind their future usefulness and have grown boars and sows with good length and bone, and the kind producing large litters. I think you will be pleased with them when you see them.. GUARANTEE. I will guarantee every animal to be as represented in the sale ring. Every animal to be a breeder, If any should prove not true, you return the animal in as good condition as when purchased and I will refund purchase price or another animal if desired FREE LUNCH will be served at noon and parties will be met at train at Laclede day of sale. Crates will be furnished free for hogs shipped out. Write for breeding lists. Terms of sale will be cash or 6 months time with purchaser giving bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Sale begins at 12:30. Auctioneers: ' ' J. B. Fleming H. E. Turner Clerk: John McCormick Win. Tuarmer, Owner GET UP-TO-DATE SPEX FOR EYE STRAIN SEE " STRAIN Come to Brookfleld, and let me attend to your eye wants. 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