Newspaper Page Text
( : LIJr
TIME WILL GO Quickly between now and EASTER If you contemplate purchasing Jewelry Fur tlio occasion, we would suggest an early selection. We have many little articles of Jewelry ami Silver ware that will add much to the beauty and attractiveness of a n Easter costumq. Watch Inspector N. B.JETER WEST SIDE JEWELER Jim P'.vIh, h HiifKiimvlllH neirro. w'iil to L 'Xiiiktl')ii one day Week, li.k'l'd up n nil tile booz he could carry in hi nkln ami then luU hi a nu;ily of hoUleif iro.idf. When he rettirtitd llltf:li)nvlilt he tit ouce fit-c itn the only coon In town. Jim xct up the drink to frlt'iuittrtktlit ami left, entirely itftiorant of the k- ('Ill Olitiuli Ilk 'A- which timtiHiitj irlvlnir ay llq-ior in dr- terrlt iry. urn nri.i mteci ny mi onieer -I 1(11 tdil 1. 1 i. i i. -i.. i j i - . When o,.., ,ut,.,l k .... ..fit:.... II... , 1 1 11 I,... ....... .....,! 1 ..II! . II.. . 1 , Will .VII HIVH HiV WI1IKK.T 0 Kl.ll 1 1 plc;i." The otHtvr gathered Jim in and rm is now dolrn time h'x month Injdl ami n fine of .'!(() in hoot. It don't pay to vrlve uwaj d.-!nkn In luotl o;it.n territory. Thin U oiih of the maiiifi nt tuoralti i the Htorj. Journal-democrat. JL GREETING, TO THE PUBLIC:- To nothing else can be attributed the great success oi the PEOPLES BANK than your patronage, and if conditions have made this impossible, then your words of commendation have made its phenominal growth possible. Whichever you may have contributed is indeed appreciated by its officers and directors, and you are here promised and assured that in re turn you will always be given a clean, accom modating, a safe, and a conservatively man aged bank. lHKEtlOHS. J. W. Eggleton, E. K. Morillt, T. W. Legg, R. A. Plggott, R. K. Harper, J. R. Simpson. Wiu. Seelingcr, t'r. J. M. Christy, C. A. I. hup J. K. Jenkins, Wesley lienton, J. E. 1 hompson, " t" iii-irii.nrMwwirnrn. tfuujt. The Walton Butler, Missouri Capital, Surplus Fund and Profits Alwaya hM wit ob hand ready to loaa oa Farms la Bates, Vernon, Bartoa, Cedar, Dade and Polk counties, Mlaeourl, on aye or seven year time at low rates of Inter eat with liberal term ot pa yment. We have a complete aet of title Abetraot Book that we keep ap with the reoordt daily. Will furnish tertlfled AbetraeU of Title to say treat of land or town lot la BaUf ooaaty. Feet reaeoaeble. Will Una eeruaeatea of Time Oepoalw payable laaixar twelve month time, batrlnf L utereat, roe uy Idle aowey yow aay have West Star Items. ; The weather of the past week was awful bad. The sleet being eo hear it damaged the 'rait trees conslder i able. ' The Star hill has been almoat ini- payable the lti8t week. Last Studar a week ao there was no S. S. at Star on account ot bad "Weather. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Newton Wrlkjht a girl last Wednesday. All parties doinfr well. Newton says he feeln old already. We heard Alex Cameron attended the tal of Albert Rogers and bought a drewr. It's good news. The dogs got Into Ueorge Daniels sheep correll and killed three sheep. Mrs. (jertle Daniels visited Mrs. Agnes Wright a week ago hint Mon day. We hear Charley Daniels has bought another farm. Albert lingers pale was well attend ed. 1'verythlng sold reasonably woll. 15. W. Daniels bought his wife a waiihlng machine last Wednesday, J. J. Cameron are building a hen house. Lamar Warren la digging a cltern. The have utruck solid rock and have to blast it out. Lot Warrens are talking of remod eling their well Into a cistern. X English Spavin Liniment remove Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps and Hlcmishes from horses; also Blood Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Se. ney, King Bone, Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats, Coughs, etc. Save $oi by use of one bottle. A wonder ful Dlemlsh Cure. Sold by Frank T. Clay, Druifirlxt. GO Gm Paper Tariff Bill to Wait. Washington, Feb The reduction in the duty on print paper and on ground wood pulp., suggested by the special House committee that has 'investigated the subjict, will not be urged at this session of Congress. The committee, headed by Mann, of Illinois, made its report with the evi dent expectation that it would be referred to tlio ways and means com mittee to consider In making up the t-triff bill for the next session. , The committee recommends a ' reduction lu the duty on print paper from ?) to $2 a ton ami a duty ot one-twelfth of a cent a pound on ; ground wood pulp with the remission ! of duty In the case of pulp exported from countries which impose no ex port duty on the pulp. On chemical pulp the duty is one-sixth of a cent, remitted under the same conditions. B. P. Powell, M. A. Carroll, C. R. Radford, W. A. Simpson, Alva Deerweeter Trust Co $55,000.00 $72,000.00. oa head. m0W IP. P lerce's & No man is stronger than his stomach. Make your stomach strong and you thereby fortify vour system against the attacks of a long list of diseases which originate in the stomach and must be reached, if at all through the stomach. Thus torpid, or lazy liver, biliousness, dyspepsia, impure blood and various skin affections originate in weak stomach and consequent poor nutrition. The same is true of certain bronchial, throat and lung affections. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Strengthens the stomach, invigorates the liver, purifies the blood-making it rich, red and vitalizing and thereby curing the above and kindred affections. It'i foolish and often dangerous to experiment with upon the afflicted as "just as good" or better than Btifiak. Dr. Pierct't Mediants gtadj th Iavtlids' Hotlnd Sur gical Institute, at Buffalo, tbot-ouj-Aty equipped and with a Staff ot Skilled Spm iilists to treat the more difficult cja ot Chromio di whether requiring Med tcel or Surgical skill tor their euro. Write for tree INVALIDS' GUIDS BOOS. Gumption on the Farm. It pets to be an old Btory to rend every year about the Importance of buylujr pond seed; and yet, thous ands of men think they are saving money by fretting poor seed. It is a jrreat mistake. Inferior seed almost always ban weed Bed In it. It costs to reclean Rood seed, and that la one reason why it U on hltfb. In price; but we bad better pay a little more than to have our farina all grown up to weedB. The beet Ib none too good. An hour of hard work getting a etoue out of the public road lu well spent, even If nobody thanks you for It. Talk over your plans with your wlie an you nit around the evening tire. You will be surprised to find how sound her advice Is. For a farm covering, good barn yard manure 1b much better than a mortgage; and judiciously applied the former will speedily remove the latter. Here It la February, and In almost no time the rush of spring work will be on. We had better get ready for It by doing all the odd jobs we can now. Far above the production of wheat and corn and hay and potatoes is the growth and cultivation of char acter; for, after all, thla la the main purpose of life. Have you done your best and been beaten? Keep a stiff upper lip. Do a little better than your best this year. You will win; only be true, fair and square. A mule may never be known to kick and yet around his heels is no place for small children; for after the explosion regrets won't mend the pieces, nor clubs better the mule. If you know a good thing, tell your neighbor about it, It will help him about his work, and it surely can not do you any harm. Bottled-up goodness soon tui-ns sour and spoils. See to it that your straw and clo ver stacks are not eaten from be neath, so the March winds will blow them over on the stock. I have a neighbor who lost nine sheep at one time, and two a week later, In thla way. Smokehouse at small cost: Need ing a smokehouse I boarded up a corner of an outbuilding, fitted in a door, hang it by leather hinges, and ran a pipe from an old sheet-iron stove to the smokehouse. Result: Cool smoke, little danger of setting building on fire; and a chunk of green hickory will smoke all winter. From February Farm Journal. Washington Ones Gave Up to three doctors; waa kept in bed for five weeks. Blood poison from a spider's bite caused large deep sores to cover nia leg. ine doctors failed, then "Bui?klen's Arnica Salve com pletely cured me," writes John Wash ington, of Bosqueville, Tex For eczema, bolls, burns and piles its su preme. 25c at t . i. Clay's. Here is an incident that has prob ably never had an equal in all the world. Miss Eliza Marshall, whose home is west of town, has lived In the same house fifty-nine years. The house has never been moved, and yet thla lady haa lived in three counties aurIng"thl8tImePolSrCairand Dade. At present she resides In Cedar. Many years ago the county lines were frequently changed, and each time the dwelling above refer red to was cat oft Into a different county. Greenfield Tedette. ainsci sense leaii T sometimes tnstst that he knows what the proffered substitute is made of, but you don't and it is decidedly for your interest that you should know what you are taking into your stomach and system expecting it to act as a curative. To him its only a difference of profit. Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, it not promptly supplied trade elsewhere. bend 31 one-cent stamps to Dav cost of mailing onh on a free codv of Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, cloth-bound. Address: World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengthen Stomach, Liver and Bowels. Most Candid Tribute to Booth. From Harpi-r'i Weekly. I'M wlu Booth ued to tell this story of the most candid tribute he ever received: "Ve opened our engagement in At lanta, Ga., with 'Othello' " said Mr. Booth, "and I played Othello. After the performance my friend Mr. Malone, and I went to the Kimball house for so mo refreshment. The long bar was so crowded that we had t ) go around the corner ofit.bcforewe could find a vacant space. While we were waiting to bo served we couldn't help hearing the conversation of two fine looking old boys, splendid old fellows with soft hats, flowing tnno tarhes and chin tufts, black string tics and all the other paraphernalia. " 'I didn't see you nt the theater this evening, funnel,' said one. " 'No,' replied the other. I didn't 'buy seats till this mawnln', and the best we could get were six rows back In the balcony. I presume, suh, you were In the orchestra?' " 'Yes, Cunnel, I was In the orches tra,' said the first man. 'Madame and the girls were with me. We all agreed that we nevuh attended a mo' thrlllln' play. The company was good, too; excellent company And do you know, Cunnel, in my opinion that damned nlgguh did about as well as any of 'em!' " How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that nannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh (Jure. J. CHENEY CO, Toledo. O We. the undersltrned. have known F. J. Chaney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in an Dusmess transactions and nnaclally able to carry out any obll g tlona made by his firm. WaLDI.NO. Kl.NNAN & MaKVI.N, Wholesale Druiartsts. Toledo. O Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bostle. Sold by all Drug Klsta. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- ..i . . stipacion. A Marathon Dance the Latest. Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. The most spectacular contest known In the dancing circles began here Wednes day nlght-when twelve young men ana women entered a Marathon dance. They will compete three hours each night for a week. At the end ot the dancing the first night the leadera had traversed twelve miles and were bordering on collapse. Sev eral rivals have dropped out of the race since, unable to stand the strain. The first hour Paul Gray and his sister, Miss Catherine Gray, danced five miles. Waltzes and two steps are the only forms need. Those finishing do not lose a step in the entire three hours. The authorities may stop the unique contest before the week is out, as sev eral physicians have condemned the dance, especially for girls.. Soldier Balks Death Plot. It seemed to J. A. Stone, a civil war veteran, of Kemp, Tex., that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death. "I contracted a stubborn cold," he writes, "that developed a cough that stuck to me, in spite of all remedies, for years. My weight ran down to-130 pounds Then I began to use Dr. King's New Discov ery, which restored my health com pletely. I now weigh 178 pounds." For severe colds, obstinate coughs, hemorrhages, asthma, and to pre vent pneumonia It's unrivaled. 50c and ll.OO. Trial bottle free. Guar an teed by F. T. Clay. new or but slightly tested medicines sometimes urged "Golden Medical Discovery." The dishonest dealer School Fund Mortgage Sale. Whereas, R. B. llnrt n1 M. K. Hurt, hli wife, executed tail delivered lo Hates county. In the itale ot Mlstuurl, their n-hool fund murtKaaKe, dated January 10, Ikm, and rec orded in book l-.'O at pane 1J or the achool fund mortgage record or Bates county, Mo., convey tiifC to llatea county the following ileacrllied leal estate, to-wlt::The east one-fourth (1-4) of block sixty ()) In the Town (now City) of Dul ler, being a art of the northwest quarter of aectlon twenty-three (SI) In township forty (4u) or range thirty-one 1.11;, Hates county, VI aourl, which wea made In trust to secure the payment of two oertaln achool fund bonds therein described and whereas the principal and Interest on aalil school fund bonds la now past due and unpaid Now therefore, In pur auanoe of an onlur of the county court, made at the February term, l!ti, 1 will proceed to sell the above described real estate at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash at the east front door of the court house in the city of hutler, county of Hates ami state of .Missouri, on Friday, Mr?h 5th, I'M, between the hours or nlte o'clock In the fore noon and live o'clock In the arternoou of that day tt the jnirpoee of satisfying said bonds, Interests and coats of executing this trust. W. J. ltL'l.l,OCK, lii-td sheriff of Bates County, Mo. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue and authority of a special execu tion issued from the office of the clerk of the circuit court ol llatea Countv, Missouri, re turnable at the February term, lmw, of said court and to rue directed In favor of the State ofMlSHOiirl ex rel W. it. Bell, Collector or the Revenue of Hates county, Missouri, and against f'has. '. Steiner, SopMa M Kppenbarger, trustee for Daraba Kppeubararer. 1 huve levied upon and seized all the right, title, In terest and claim of the said Chas. V. steluer, Sophia M. Kppenbarger, trustee for Baraba Knpenbarger, In and to the following describ ed real estate, to-wlt: Block four (4) in the city of Walnut (called Foster), all lying and being In the said county anu state oi .Missouri, ana i win on Monday, the 8th day of March A. I). imm, between the hours of nine o'clock In the fore noon and live, o'clock In the alternoon of that day, at the east front door of the court house in the city 01 miller, countv or Hates afore said, sell the same or so much thereof aa may costs, at public vendue, to the highest bidder oe reumron 10 aaiieiy sain taxes, interest ana or cam lu band to satisfy said execution and oosts. W.J, BULLOCK IB-td Sheriff of Bates County, Mo. Sheriff's Sale By virtue and anthorltv or a snecial eiecn tlon issued from the office or tbo clerk of the circuit court or Itatea county, Missouri, re turnstile at the February term limi) of said court and to me directed In tavor of the State of Mia souri ex re W. K. Bell. Collector of the He venue ol Hates county, Missouri, and against cieunor fli. irepg. l nave levied upun and seized all right, title, Interest and claim of the said Eleanor M. Gregg in and to the following uepi;riueu real reinie w-wn: The east hair of lot eleven (II) in block alxty seven (07) in the cilyof Hich Hill, all lying and being in said county of Bates and state of M is aonrTand 1 will on Monday the 8th day of March A. D. 1909, between the hours of nine o'clock in the iorenoon, and nve o'clock in the afternoon or that day, at the eaat front door or the Court House, In the cltv of Butler, comity of Hut,. aforesaid, sell the same or so much thereof as may be required , to satisfy said taxes, Interest and costs, at public vendue, to the hlgheat bid der ior casn in nana to eattery said execution and costs W. J. BULLOCK , 16-td Sheriff of Bates County, Missouri Notice. Notice is hereby given, that letters of admin. titration upon the estate of Cyrua VY. Bonlware aeceaseu, nave oeen granted to tne undersign ed, by the Bates County Probate Court, In Bates countv. Missouri, bearins date the 9ml day of February, luua. are reqnired to exhibit them lo me for allow ah persons naving claims against said estate ance, witnin one year rrom the date of said let ters, or they may be precluded from any bene fit of auch estate: and If aald claims be not exhibited within two yeara from the date of the puDiication or mis notice, they will be forever narrea. T. C. HULLV. AKK. 16-4t Administrator. AFTER THE GRIPPE Tinol Restored This 2f an'g Strength "Several rears aero I tu ittAr-vt h a severe case of grippe, which left me mtn a hacking cough, soreness In mj cheat, and bronchitis. I took hmxIy every kind of cough syrup sold on the marxet, Desldes medicine given me by physicians. I received no permanent relief until my druggist asked me to tnr vinni and after taking three bottles I was entirely cured. I believe Vinol to ha tha blessing ever offered to the tuhii aa It does what 1b claimed for It" R. S R. Hlckg, Maplesvllle, Ala, The reason Vinol cures chronic COUghs. colds and Dulmonarr tmiiKLa Is because it contains tonic Iron nt all the healing and body building sle- menta or cod liver oil but no oil Vinol Is also nneicallad aa a atranafti builder for old people, delicate children, weak and run-down persons, and altar FBANfc T. CLAY, Druggist Butler, If o. Trustee's Sale of Very Valua ble Lands Lying On and Nttr the Marias Des CyKnes River In Bates County, Missouri. (. vim,. f 1 e.M.ln .I...1 or ..n.. ..U.,.M.N hyti.t. Homganlner, and Died for record In the Recorder's offloe of iiatea county, Missouri, on the 4th day of May A. I). IW3, and recorded In Hook No. 177 at page 28 of the Record) of Oeedsof said county of Batea, I, the under signed, named aa trustee In said deed, being now requested ao to do. by the party secured thereby and by his assignee, because of failure by the maker of laid deed tu comply with Its conditions, do hereby give notice, that I will. In obedience to ths terms and requirements of said deed oil the tilh day of March A. D., l:Ki;i, between the hours of 12 o'clock, noon, and S o'clock p. lit. of said day, proceed to sell, In one block or tract as an entirety, at public, vendue, to the highest bidder, Tnr cash, at the west front door of the Court House of llatea county. In the Town of Hutler, the county seat of said county, the lands and premises convey ed to me by said deed, which laid lands anil premises are set forth and described In said deed as follows, to-wlt: ; Lotsl, .Sand-J7, In sections; lots 14, IB, it., 17, 18 and 1 in section 4; lots S, 4, 6, ti and 7, In aectlon 10; the N W 1-4 of section lb; the NE 1-4 of the SU 4 of section Id; lots 4, 7, H, 0 and 10 of section 11; lots t and el In section I'.'; lot S and lot 2 (except 1'.' acres, more or less, belonging to M. Chandler) and lots 4, S, (1.7,8, 1), 10, 11 and 1'i, and the SK 1-4, all In aectlon 13; lots 1, 1, .1, 4, A, ti, 7 and 8, In section 14, and the N W l-l of section 14, and the NE 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of tec lion 14,- ami the hK 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of of aald section 14: the north half ol the NK 1-4 or section IS; the west half of the SK 1-4 of the NK 1-4 of section 13; the isK 1-4 of the E 1-4 of the NE 1-4 ol section tf; the NE 1-4 of the NYV 1-4 or tectum 23; the north half of the NE 1 4 or aectlon 23; the north half or aectlon 24; the SK 1 4 and the north half of the SW 1-4 of section 24, all in township 81), range 32 (west). Also that part or lot 2 of the 8W 1-4 of sec tion 7, lying west of the Mariaa ilea Cygnea Ulver; lot 13 In section 18; all of aectlon 17 ly ing west or the Marias des Cygnea Klver; lot 7, except the north lo acrea thereof, and lota i and u, except the right of way, and lots in, 11 and 12, all In aectlon i; lots 1 anil 2, and tha north 38 acres or lot 7 In aectlon 10; the N V 1-4 of section 28; lot 4 of the NE 1-4 of section 28; also the SE 1-4 or aectlon 28, lying west of tbe Matlasdes Cygnea River, except IV acres off tbe south end thereof; lot ti nf the NE 1-4 of said section 28; lot 2 or section 27; and 20 acrea, more or less, off the south aide or lot 1 , and Ave acres middle part of lot 1 of the N IV 1-4 of sec tion 27, all In township 3!i, range 31 (west). The sale hereby advertised to be made is de manded by tbe owner or the note secured by said deed and Is ordered by the trustee herein named, for failure to pay aald note and Inter est, and for failure to keep and perform other covenants In said deed or trust. 10-ld J.B. HICKMAN, Trustee. Trustee's Sale of Very Valuable Lands Lying Ou and Near the Marias Des CjKnes River in Bates County, Missouri. By virtue of a certain deed or trnst executed by G. T. Bomgardner and filed for record In the Recorder's office of Bates countv. Missouri, onthe27inday of April, A. 1. P.iOJ, and re corded In Book No. 177 at page 27 ot the Rec ords of Deeds of aald orunly of Hates, I, the undersigned, named and appointed aa trustee in said deed of trust, being requested so to do, by the party secured by (-aid deed, and bia aa slgsee, the holder and owner of the note named and described In said deed, do hereby give notice that, b. cause of failure by tbe maker of aald deed to comply with the requirements and con ditions thereof, I will, in obedience to the terms of said deed, on the Cth day of March A. D., HKiO, between the honra or twelve o'clock, noon, and three o'clock p. m. of said day, pro- at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the Court House of Diiamuui;, in me town oi Butler, the coun ty seat of said county, the landa and premises rn Tl V ( V . j I tn ma hv aM I .... . r .. described In aald deed aa follows, to-wlt: uuw i, z o anuzj, in seauon 3; lota 14, 15 IB, 1 1 , 18 and 19, In aectlon 4; lota 3, 4, 6, 6 and 7, m eutiua iu: tne n n h oi aectlon Id; the UK 1 4 of the 8 W 1-4 of aectlon 10; lota 4, 7,8, Sand 'j . "cwuu m aection it; iota nd lot 2 (except 12 acrea, more or leaa, belong ing to M. Chandler) and lota 4, 8, , 7, 8, . 10, 11 and 12, a.d the SE 1-4 of section 13; lota 1, i, S, 4, 8, 6, 7 and 8, of section 14: the SW 1-4 of section 14; the NK 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of section 14; the SE 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of section 14; the north half or the NE 1-4 of section 18; the weat ?i?U?,nn? 8.EJ"f 018 SB 1-4 of aectlon 15; the 8E 1-4 of the SE 1-4 of the N K 1-4 of aection 15; the NK of tha NW of aectlon S3; the north half of the NE 1-4 of aectlon 28; tha north half ?i,,i!?,Mi ,oe 8K 1 4 nd the north half of ' - - " " , IB IUWUOI11U ov. 2 A "S"" '7,ns weai or tne Manas des Cygnea River; alao lot IS in section 18; als, all of section 17 Ivinff .. ,k. u . . - Cygnet River: Alto lot 7, except tbe north! vir., en.i lutg c idu v. except ri-rni ofwnu and 2 and that nnvtk sa t m 1 anu dii iu. ii .tin iv 4.11 i ii . i i-i oi tecuon , and lot 4 of the NK. 1-4 Of IMtlfttl 9S mwA ti.. CD l a. at. i aa iTlntr weal of th af ( a m ' fPi SretS,flUle ooUl mi thereof, and also lot 6 of the NS 1-4 of aectloa 28; lot 1 in lection 27, and 20 acres, mora or lets, off the south aide ?; bJ'..1"1-6 0,,, prt of lot ior " NW, !" of eo . U m township 88, ThlUl haMKt .rl....!..,! 4.1 M. - ma nil Oil K thai naraaa Af .-a. a Mid deed. d ti ordered by tha troitee herein ffiamaWl ma ra Lin aA a . . j . HJ am note ana inter est, and Tnr r ItiM tn k... ... . - -"-".7 ""i" buu innuru ur eorenanU la the aald deed of trust. J.B. HICKil AN, Truatee. Notice. Notlea la herh - ..... . ,-.--, .u . H1H(- r.-Ji h V J I'tod to tha under lnl, bT tHa Batea County Probata Court, 2nd day of February, 1DOS. . "Pi tat Ulma kg alaat aald estaU r red to exhibit UenTto ma for allow anoa, wlthla ova year from tha data of aald tot aV! .VI'1 "V P"44 from mmj beaa "tul a If aald alalma ba mot. .wS?JilA' iwo from taadatooT tha pibnoattoa of thla aotroe, hy wiu be Idt OTaybarrad. HUJW B?ADA1R. iM baoatris.