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WEST. No. 8 Madison Local Freight Ho 17 Madlaoa Accommodation - EAST. Mo. MS Batter Aeoommodaloa... No. CM Butler Local might Frele-bt tralas Not. 863 and 684 gen oa Interstate Dlvlalon. No train carry paaaengcra. Order of Publication. STATE OF MIS80UEI, ( County of Bate. ? In the Circuit Court, May term, 1912. Martin V. Owen, Plaintiff va. Joslab Heeran; Joslab Keeran, Lewie F. Wll aon. Mary Wilson, Abigail J Friatoe, Eady Keeran, John Keeran and William Keeran, if they be living, and If dead, then the unknown contort, heln, devieeee, doners, alienee, mesne and remote, voluntary and Involuntary, granteea of the abova named deoeaaed defendanta, Defendants. State of Missouri to the abve named defend anta, Greeting: Order or Publication Now at this day comes the plaintiff herein bv his attorney and files his petltltlon and affidavit alleging among other thinga that all of the known defendants herein set out in the caption hereof If they be living, cr each as are living, are non-resident of the State of Missouri, and further alleging that If said defendants or any or them be dead then then an persona Interested in or who claim to be In teres ed In the subject matter of said petition whose names cannot be Inserted herein because unknown to plaintiff and that as far as known to plaintiff the claims and Interest of aald unknown persons are and an derived aa the eonsori. belrs, devisees, donees, alienees, mesne and remote, voluntary and Involuntary grantees of the following named deceased persons, to-wit: Joelah Heeran, Joslab Keeran, Lewis F. Wilson, Mary Wilson, Abigail J. Friatoe, Eady Keeran. John Keeran and William Kearan, or of such of said named parties aa an deceased. Wherefore It la ordered by the clerk in vaca tion that said defendant be notified by publi cation tbat plaintiff has commenced a suit against then In this court, tbe object and gen eral nature of which Is to try , determine, a-t-Judge and decree the title to the following de scribed real estate in the county of Bates and State of Missouri, to-wil: Tbe west heir of tbe south west quarter ol the north east quarter of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Forty-two (4), Hange Thirty (SO), and to vest the mil legal and equitable title thento In plaintiff and to divest the de fendants and each or them of all real or ap parent title therein. And that unless said de fendanta and eaoh of tbem be and appear at this court at the next term thereof to be begun and bolden at tbe court house In tne city of Butler In said oounty or Bates and State or Missouri on the fourth Monday in May, 1912, and on or before the lint day of said term an swer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same wl'l be taken aa confessed and judg ment will be nndered accordingly. And It la farther ordered that a copy hereof be published, according to law. In Tbe Butler Weekly Times, a newspaper publish d in said county of Bate for four week auoaeaslvely, published at leat once a week the last Ineer- uon to De at reaei tniriy nays oerore tne orsc aay or saia next star term or tois uonri. H. O. MAXKY, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record. witness my band and the seal of tbe sial Circuit Court of Bates County, this 20th day nf Marrb, Ml 2 2S-4t H. O. MAXEY, Circuit Clerk Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given to all creditors and othera Interested In the estate or Aaron Mo Daniel, deceased, tbat I.DeWItt McDanlel, ad minltsratrix or said eata a, Intend to make final settlement thereof at the next term of tne Bates County Probate Conrt, in Bates oounty, State or Missouri, to be held at Butler, Missouri, commencing on tbe 13th dav or May, 11S Dentil .Mcuajvie.!.. S6-4t Administratrix. Order of Publication. 8TATE OF MISSOURI, County or Bataa. i In the Circuit Court, May term, 1U12. in vaca tion April 1st, 1812. John T. Fox and Emma C. Fox, Plaintiffs, vs David W. Eaves, the unknown consorts, heirs, devisees, douses, alienees, immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or involuntary, grantees, assignees, or legal npresentative or Bichard O. Boggeaa deceased The unkeowa consort, beln, devisees , lonees. alienee. Immediate, mesne or remote. rolnntarv op InvnlnntArv. a-iranteee. asslffneea. ir legal representative or David W Ear ea, de based, ir be Is deeeased, tan unknown succes sor in trust or u. . jsasaeu, truatee, ueceaeeu, Defendanta. Now at this day come the plaintiffs herein, by their attorney and file their petition under oath alleging among other thing thai defend ant, David W. leaves, la a non-resident of tbe State or Missouri, and turteer alleging tbat they verily believe theie an persons lntere,ted in the subject matter or their petition, whose names they can not Insert herein, because they are to them unknown, to-wit: Tbe unknown eneoeeeor in trust or C C ' Bassett, deeeased. said C. C. Baaaett having been named a trustee la a deed or trust, dated November SSad, 18W, and or record In the offloe of the reoorder of deeda In and for Batea Coun ty, Missouri, la Book 4, at page S21, conveying to tid C. C. Basaett the real eataia described in the petition or plaintiffs to-wit: 1 The northeast quarter of the northeast quar ter of section thirty-five (35) of township forty (40) of rang thirty-one (31) In Batea County, Mlaaourl, in trust, to eeenn the payment of debt therein deaerlDea, payaoie so vavia w. Meves astd Richard O. Bonce, which treat deed haa never been released of record; alao the a knows eoaaort, heln, devisee, donee, alien, Immediate, mean or remote, volun- aueaee, unmeoias, smit wr tary or involuntary grantee legal tentMutttve of David ceased, ir h la deceased; aad aruieee. swiuMj ur avia w. save, ae and of Bichard O. . duceaatd aald David W. Eav and Riskard O. IImmmi bal named aa beneloi arte la tb iraal deed above mentioned, which still stand aaraleaaad and by reason or the acts above st rorta aald ankaowa parties ae rive aa later la ins aabject matter or plala tiff netltiM. Wbenapoa It I ordered by tb clerk la vacation, that aald defeadaat be notified by publlaatioa that plain tin bar eommenced a suit against thsat la UUa ooart, the object and general natun of wbiah fal to obtain a judgment aaa aeon oi saia eeart wawusi, aoauuiDg. aad nleaalag or record the trust deed above mentioned, aad to adjudge, determine aad de clan tb respective right and latere la or tb partle plaiatlff aad defeadaat. severally la aad to tb real eatat above described and for su proper niier. . And that unlet tbe aald defeadaat be and appear at this Court at th aezt tana tberof to b becoa aad boldest at the court boa la th city or Butler, la aald county, oa th fourth Monday of May 191 aad aa or oerore th am day or aald term, aaswsr or plead to the peti tion la aald cause, th earn will be takea a eoafssaad, and judgment wUl b rendered- Mhaarllaaarl Aad it Is farther ordered, that a oopy hereof be pabUsbed, aeeoroiag 10 law, ib an atusr Weakly Time a aewspapar puDjlUd la aald camty of Mat, for foar we uooaauvuy saMlsaed at lat one a fm.istum Uoa as b at lt thirty days bjfur th first day of aald May ltlx, term or tbls Ooart. IB. O. MAI1T, Circuit Clark. A trw y rrcaa th. rii-d. ial.) ' Ctraait Cwart T Bataa oaaaty, Ula lal A, VP. flauifliiwivia., Missouri Pacific BUTLER STATION So 310 8onthsNtT.lmltri All freight for forwarding roust be at depot not later than eleven o'clock a. m or be held for following day'a forwarding. Freight for Intentate Division nut be delivered before Ave o'clock p. m, No freight billed for tbls train In morning. E. Ci. Vamdbbvoobt, Agent. . 6:30 a m. . 1:40 p m. 12:01 p. m. 8i40p. m. earr naaeen other freight Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, ( County of Ba'es. In tbe Circuit Court, May term, 1912, in va cation April 1st. 1812. Henry Shaw, Plaintiff, vs. The unknown consort, belrs devisees, donees, alienees, immediate, mesne or remote, vol untary or Involuntary grantees of James C Scott, deceased, Duiendants. Now at this day cornea the plaintiff, herein, by bis attorneys and flies herein bis petition under oath alleging, among other things, that there are or he verily bel evts there are per sons interested in the subject mat ter ol bis pe tition, whose names he can not insert therein because tbey are t him unknown, to wit: Tbe defendants mentioned therein as the un known consort, heirs, deviBets, donee, alien ees. Immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or involuntary grantees of James C.Scott de ceased; said James C. Scott, having In tbe year 18S7, purchased the real estate described In plaintiff's petition, to wit: Tbe aouihwest quarter or tbe southeast quarter or fractional section twenty one, or townanip inirty-eignt, range twenty-nine, In Bates county, Missouri, at a Swamp land sale, pad the purchase prloe thereof, and the sarre waa legally certified for patent, and said purchaser, by resson or tbe facte, became the equitable owner In fee of said real estate and never conveyed the same to any one. so far as shown bv the records kent in ana tor caies county, Missouri, wnereoy said unknown defendants appear to own all the right, title and interest thus acaulred bv the said James C Scott, now deceased, but the respective rights and Interests of such unknown defendants can not be more specifically set forth or desorlbed therein by plaintiff. WherenDon. it is ordered bv tbe clerk, in va cation, tbat defendants be notified by oubllca tion, tbat plaintiff haa commenced a suit against them in this court, tbe objeot and gen eral nature of which Is to have said court to hear, try, ascertain and determine the right, title and interest of plaintiff and defendanta severally In and to th aforesaid real estate, plaintiff claiming the absolute title thereto in fee. and to obtain a decree of said court ad judging, defining and determining tbe inter ests of the parties her. to, In said land, several ly, and for all proper relief. And that unless the said defendants be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and bolden at the court house In the city of Butler,, In said county, on the fourth Monday of May 1912, and on or before tbe first day of said term, answer or plead to tbe peti tion In said cause, the same will be taken aa confessed and judgment will be rended ac cordingly. And It la further ordered, that a copy hereof be published, according to law. In the Butler Weekly Times, a newspaper published in said county of Batea, for four weeka successively, published at least once a week, the last Inser tion to be at least ib'rty days before the first day or said May, V.hi, term or tbi court. . H.O. MAXKY, Circuit Clerk Vjrue copy from tbe record. Witness my hand, and seal or the sbal circuit oourt or Bates county, this 1st day of April. 1012. 24 4t. H. O. MAXKY, circuit Court. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, ) 6a County or Bates. j OB In the circuit court, May term, 1912, In vaca tion, Maroh S8, lul-2 Wyeth Hardware A Manufacturing Co , Plain tiff. vs. H. W. Morrison, Defendant. Now at this day comes the Plaintiff, herein, by its attorneys and rile iia petition and affida vit, alleging, among other thinga that defen dant is not a r sident of the State or Missouri: Whereupon, it is ordered by tne clerk In vaoa tion. that said defendant be notified by publi cation tbat plaintiff hsa commenced a suit against him in tbls court, the object and gen eral nature of which is to obtain a judgment against defendant in the aum of 114 7 and in terest thereon an account and that defendants property to wit the ast hair or tbe northwest quarter of eer tion eight (8) townablp forty (40) and range thirty-three (13) Bates county, Mis souri has bean attached, And that unless tbe saia H W. Morrison be and appear at this court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court Douse in toe city oi Bauer in saia oounty, i n the 4th Monday of May, 1012, aid on or before the first day ol said term, answer or plead to tbe petition In said cause, the same will be taken aaoonfesred, and judgment willberen uerea accoruiDKiy. . And it la further ordered tbat a copy hereof ba published, according to law, In the Butler Weekly Times, a newspaper published In said county or Bates for four weeks successively, published at least once a week, the last Inser tion to be at least thirty dava before (be first day or saia next May, 1012 term or this court a. u ami, circuit tiers. A true copy from tbe record. Witness my hand, and seal or the sbal circuit court or Bate county, thla 1st ujv 01 turn. 1U12 24-4t. H. O. MAXEY, Circuit Clerk Trustee's Sale. Whereas George T. Smith and Anna Smith, uis wile, oy weir ueeu 01 trust aetea aiaroo 1, 1010, and recorded in the recorder's office with in and for Batea county, Mlaaourl, la Book No. 204 at cage 4fil. oonveyed to William Fraster aa truatee the following o escribed real estate ly ing and being situate la the county or Batea and state or Mlaaourl. to-wit- All of tbe east one-fourth of lot one aad the east one -fourth of lot two of the east half of fractional Motion Three (3) and the east hair or tne aorta eaat quarter or tne aorta at quarter or Section Tea (10) aad th north west quarter or m aorta west quarter 01 section meven fiij all in township Forty-two (421, Bang Thirty- two (Si), which conveyance wa mad In trust to secure the payment or one oeriala note and Intereat thereon rullv described la aald deed or trust; and wbereaa default ha been made la the pay meat, of the In tereat due oa ala note a in aald not aad aald deed of trust provided aad the aame la now oast due and unsaid, and the whole of aald debt 1 by th terms or said deed o trust due and unpaid, and whereas,' It is nrovlded In aald deed of trust that nnon the refusal of the truatee named la aald deed of troat to act that the then aoilna- sheriff of Bates oounty at th request of tbe legal holder or aald aota may proceed to exercise tbe powers there la glvoa. Aad, wbereaa, tb aald William Frailer, trustee, la aald daed of truet aforesaid haa refused la writing to aot aa auoh trustee Now, therefore, I, W. 1. Bullock, Sheriff or Bate County, Mlaaoori, and acting trustee, at the reoueat or tb lea-si holder or aald ao'e aad pursuant to th eoadiaoa of aid dead or troat wlU proceed to cell th aoov described premi ses at smbllo veadu to Um ahrheat bidder for cash at th east door of tb court boa, la th aty 01 itutier, lute launty, aiiouri, on . Tuesday, th 3Mh day or April, 1(12, - betweea the hoar of ala elaek la tb tora aoon aad v o'alk U ta aAaaaooa of that daylbrUepvpaott1fytogsJ aad I. w.i. autjaiuua.t ; Sheriff r Bataa Coaatv. Miaaoarl. St-fet ... aad Aetlag Traatee. Time Table NOBTH. No. 86 Kiiih City Accommodation. 6 Sfla.jn. No. sue St. Louis 4 K. C. Mali Bll:M p. 111. !: p. m. 8:48 p. ID. 1U:S0 a. m. Kansas City Stock Local Freight ..... SOUTH. No. M9 Soatbweat Limited No. auT K. 0. Joplin Mall Bx.. No. wio HeTMa Accommodation No. SHI (Local Freight :M. m 1:17 p m. 9:45 ii. m, 12:15 p. m. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Bates. $ " In tbe Circuit Cnrt, May term, 1912, in va cation, March 2 I2. William N. Foster and. Remlck D. Wlgger, rUHntlffs. ' vs. James Gntrldge. Samnel Scott. Samnel Scott. Si.. Simon A. Stone, C. H. Watk ne, trustee aim uia Biiccesa-'r in trnst, aiary :. stone, William S. Stone, Mary J. Stone, Wlnfred J. Pates: The unknown consort, heirs, devisee, donees, alienees, or Immediate mesne or remote, vol untary or Involuntary grantees of James OlM ridge, if helsdeotased: The unknown oonsori, heirs devieeee, donees, alienees, orlmmedla'e, mesne or remote, vol untary or Involuntary grantees or Samuel Scott, If be Is deceased: Tbe unknown consort, heirs, devisees, do nees, alienees, or immediate, mesne or remote voluntary or Involuntary grantees of Samuel ouuiv, or. 11 11a ia ueouasen: The unknown consort, belrs, devisees, do nees, alleners, or Immediate, mesne or remot , voluntary or Involuntary grantees of Simon A Stone, If be la deceased : The unknown consort, belrs, devisees, do nees, alienees, or Immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees or legal representative cf Mary U.Stone, ir she Is de ceased : The unknown contort, heirs, devisees, do nees, alienees, or Immediate, mesne or re mote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees or legal representative of William S. stone, if be Is deceased : The unknown consort, heirs, devisees, do nees, alienees, or Immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or involuntary granteea or legal representative or Mary J. Stone, ir she is de ceased : Tbe unknewn consort, heirs, devisees, do nees, alienees, ur Immediate, mesne or re mote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees or legal representative ol Wlnfred J. .ates, if sue is ir ceaieu, ueienaanie. Now at tbls day cornea tbe plaintiff's herein, by their attorneys. and file herein, their peti tion under oath, alleging among other thing , that the defendants, James Gutrldge, .Samuel Scott, Samuel Scott, Sr., Simon A. S'one, C. H. Watklns, Mary C. Store William S. Stone, Mary J. Stone and Wlnfr. d J Cates il livlog are each and all non residents or the State of Missouri, and further aliening that there are or they verily believe there are persons inter ested In tbe subject matter or their p-tltion whose names they cannot insert therein be cause they are unknown to them, to-wit: The unknown consort, heirs, devisees, do nees alienees, or Immediate, mesne or re mote, voluntary or involuntary grantees of de lendant James Gutrldge, If be Is deceased. Said Jamea Uutrldge having acquired tltlu 10 tbe south-east quarter of the south-east quar ter of aectlon twenty-six, township fony, range twenty-nine Bataa County, .Missouri, by entry from the United states Government about tbe year 1840 and never conveyed said real estate to any one so far as is shown by the records kept in and for Bates County Mis souri, by reason of which facts, said unknown defendants derive an Interest, In and app sr to be interested in tbe subject matter of plaintiff's petition; aiso tne unanown consort, ncirs, uevisees, aonees, alienees, or immediate mesne or remote, voluntary or involuntary grant-es or Samuel Sc tt, Sr., If be is de ceased, wboby deed dated April 10. 1857, ol record in tbe office of tbe Reorder of Deeds in and for Bates County, Missouri, in book C. at page 408, or said records, acquired title to tbe aouth one-fourth of the north-east quarter of the south east quarter of said section twtnty alx, township and range above set forth, and never conveyed tbe tame to any one to tar as Is snown by records kept in and for tbe count) and state aforesaid, bv reason or which facts, said unknown defendants derive an interest in and appear to be Interested in the Bunject mat ter or plaintiff's petition ; the unknown consort, heirs, devisees, donees alienees, or immedi ate, me. ne or remote, voluntary or Involuntary grantees of Samuel Scott deceased If he Is deceased. Said Samuel 1 Set. tt having a-quired title to or an Interest in the sou'h-east quarter of the south-east quarter of section twenty-six , aforesaid, by auminla ra torade. d dated August 27, lfct!), recorded in tbe office of the Recorder or Deeds in and for Bates County, Missouri, in book B. at ptge 158, and never conveyed tbe Interest so ac- qmred to anyone o fares shown uy the rtc orda In and for aald county, by reason of wbich raotssaid unknown defendants dt-rlv an In terest In ana appear to e interested in the aaojeoi matter 01 piainus's petition; also me unknown consort, beira, devisees, donei-e, alienees, or mmedtate, mi-sne or remote, vol untary or involuntrry grantees of defendant Simon A. Stone deceased, if he is deceased. Said Simon A. Stone having acquired title to the north-east quarter of the north-east quar ter 01 section thirty-live, township and r.nae aloreaaid by entry from tbe United Statee Gov ernment on April SI, 1857, as shown by book of original entries oerlilled to and kept among the recoros of Bates county, Missouri and never o nveyed said real estate to anyone so far as shown by the records kept in and for conntv aforeaald, by reaaon of which facts said un known defendanta derive an Interest In and appear to be Interested in the subject niat.er of plaintive petition; the unknown successor of U. II. Watklns, If he Is deceased or otherwise disqualified under the law. aald C H. Watklns b ing been made truatee In a deed or trust, executed bv Charles M. Cate and wile, Chris tina, dated June 4th. 1K8. and of record in book 10 at Daa-e OS. In the office of the Recorder or ueeae in ana ror Bates county. Missouri purporting to conve to said Watklns. tbe last above mentioned land, In trust to secure a note therein mentioned which trust deed haa never beea releaaed of record: also the nnknown eoaaort. heir, dev'aeea, donees, alienees, or Immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or In voluntary grantee or legal representatives of tb following named persons, to wit: MarrC. Stone, William s: stone. Mary J. Stone and Wlnfred J Cate. named a defendanta here in, if they each or either or them be deceased; the aald Mary C. Stone, William 8. stone, Mary J. 8 one and Wlnfred J. Cates, baving been named aa benel darlea la the abov,. men tioned deed of trust, by reaaon whereof the aald nnknown defendanta derive an Interest in aad appear to be Interested la the subject mat- ter 01 piaiauu'apennoB Plain Iffa aav that the resneetlva Interest of aald ankaowa defendanta respectively, cannot he mora iieelgoally et forth or desert bed In their netitloa. naeanaa aneh Internata are not more roily known to them, but state and aver tbat no on o'aald defendants either named or unknown or any person or person claiming by, through, or under tbem or either nf them, ad vene to olalm aad title ol nlslntlffs have been la poueaaloa 01 aald real estate or any part or parcel tnereoi or set up aay Claim or interest therein for more than thlrtv rears last naat. during all of whloh time the plaintlla aad those under whom they claim, by virtue of direct aad properly executed aad reeordad chain of oonveyance, have beea la the open, exclusive aad advene possessloa of ta whole of aald real eatat si aiming th absolute title thereto Waarenaoa. It la ordered bv the alark la va cation, that sack aad aU or aald defendant be Bottled by pabllcatloa that plain lit have com- BBBBBeq a Bali aaainas iBaan la Lata an. ta ob) sot aad general aatart of which la to have id astarsBflaa ta title aad later! of BlaiattaT aad derendaani herein abovs aaea- V- eata avan aawr it juogmaai cancelling ana ralsastag af raeord aad for Baugkt holding th trwt dMd nseatloBel la taslr pstltlaa, of no ard ta book II, at pagsM, of the records kept la the am af th Keoaraar of Dd la aad tor aaaartataai Recipes. The Commoner. Dolly Madison Layer Cake (The receipe for this cake as given in a re cent number was incorrect; we give it again, with all ingredients.) whites of eight eggs beaten stiff, and one-half cupfuls of sugar, The two one small cup of butter, one cup of milk, three-quarters cup of corn starch, three cups of flour, two and one-half teaspoonfuls of vanilla. Follow gen eral directions for making layer cake, The above amount will make four layers. For filling: Three cups of brown sugar, one cup of sweet cream, butter the size Df an egg, one teaspoonful of vanilla just before re' moving from the fire. Cook in 1 double boiler for twenty minutes. If more is desired, add sugar. (No baking powder is given with this recipe, as such was not used at that date.) Anotner wnites 01 eight eggs beaten stiff; two cupfuls of sugar, three-fourths cup of butter, three- fourths cup of sweet milk, three and one-half cups of flour, with heaping teaspoonful of baking powder. Same filing. Grandmother's Pound Cake Take one pound of butter, one pound of sugar, one pound of flour, nine large hen's eggs (one pound weight) and four table spoonfuls of rosewater. No baking powder or soda. Beat the butter to a cream, stir in the sugar, add the yolks of the eggs and the rosewater; stir well; add the flour and stir until light, then stir in the stiffly beaten whites. Pour into a buttered cake mould and bake slowly about two hours, or until a light brown. Coffee Fruit Cake One-half cup of brown sugar, one-half cup of mo lasses, one-half cup of butter, one half cup of strong clear coffee, two eggs, two full cups of flour with one teaspoonful of baking powder sifted with it, one small teaspoonful of soda, half teaspoonful of salt, cinna mon, cloves and ginger, each. Stir in the last thing three-fourths of a cupful of fruit English currants, raisins and citron well floured to keep them from sinking to the bot tom of the dough. Bake in a moder ate oven.! Prunes in Jelly Cook large, fine prunes slowly in water until quite tender, but unbroken. Drain and arrange in a glass dish. Make a lem on jelly as follows: Soak one-half box of gellatin in one cup of cold water for one hour; add one cup of sugar, juice of two lemons and the grated rind of one, and two cups of boiling water. Strain into a shallow mould like a deep platter. Make this jelly the day before you want to use it. Cut into small cubes and turn over the dish of prunes just be fore serving. Tax Notice. All tax payers are notined that a penalty of 2 per cent will be added Feb. 1 ,1912. nease call ana settle and save penalty. L. S. RADFORD. 13-tf. tlone-1 and named, respectively. In and to tbe real estatu described In their petition and here in above, and by its iurtKiuent and decree, de- One adjudge and determine the ll'le, estate aid Interest of the parties plalntHV and de fei dams herein, severally In and to saia real es ate and enter such order and judgment and rant such relief legal ana equitable as the olroumstances ami rights of the par les thereto may permit and require, and for all proper re llei; and that unless the said defendants be and appear at this Court at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house, in the city of Butler, In tald county, on the fourth Monday of May, IHI'2, and or before tbe flrat day1 of said term answer or plead to the petition In said cause, the aame wi 1 be taken as con fessed and judgment will be rendered accord ingly. And It Is farther ordered that a codv hereof be pnblished, according to law, in Tub Butlbb weekly Times, a weekly newspaper printed and nublithed in Bates conntv. Mis souri, for four weeks successively, toe last In sertion to be at least thirty days, before the oral aay 01 saia stay imx term or tnis court. Ii. O. MAXEY. Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record. Witness mv hand, and the seal of tbe seal circuit coi.rt of Bates County this 26th day or .March, ihiz. 21-4t H O. MAXEY, Circuit Clerk. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, on the 11th day of September, liiOO O. C. Thompson, a single man, or the County or St. Louis and State or .Missouri, by bis cer tain deed or trust or said date which is recorded in Book 204 Page 200 in the office or the Be oorder or Deeils or Bates County. Missouri, conveyed to Frank P. .McKean as trustee the following real eetate l)lng and being In tbe County or Bates and State or Missouri to-wit: The aouth 1-x or the north-east 1-4 or Section 17; tbe south-east 1-4 or Section 17 and the fractional aouth part of the weet 1-2 of the north-west 1-4 of Section 21, containing 48 acre, ail or wbich is aitna ted in Township so, Range 29, to secure a promiesorv note payable to Cynthia Potai, the sum of asooo la), and woereaa. aald aeea 01 trust proviaea that ir default waa made In the payment of aald note or aay Interest thereon when due and payable, then th whole of aald note would become due nd payable and that the real estate might be sold oy the said Frank P. McKean, trustee, or In case of th absence, death, refusal to act or uisaoiuty in aay wise or the said Frank r. Me Keen, thaa the snUna- sheriff of Bataa flonntv. Miaaoarl, at the request of the legal holder of aaiu boss may proeeeu 10 aeu tne real estate aroreaald at public vendue to the hlgheat bid der at the Court House door In the county seat of Bala County ror cash, aad whereas, de fault has been mad in the payment of th lataraat oa aald Bote, and Wharaaa, th said Frank P. McKean la ab sent from th Stat of Miss art, and haa re foaed ta sell said real astate, aow t bare fore, I. W. J Balloak. tba miMnm harlST at Bataa Coaaty. WlU, at th request of th lagal holder of aald aota, aeU aald real eaaata at pabUa vvadaa ta th hlgheat bidder, at the Court Hoaaa dear at Batter. Bataa Coaaty. Mlawmrl, eaah, aa Satarday, May 18th, 112. WW BOLLOCK, at-td Shrlffr Bate Coaaty aad acting truatee. We Eat Poison Every Day. When the doctor told me he was prescribing prussic acid for the pain in my stomach, I said I would rather keep the pain than take such poison. "You need not have the slightest fear," he assured me. "Why, you eat poisons every day. When the Chinese want to commit suicide, one of their favorite plans is to take half a cup of salt." "Common salt?" "Ye. In large quantities common salt is a violent irritant. It sets up severe inflammation of the stomach, and kills as surely as arsenic. Saltpeter, that colors bacon and corned beef an attractive red, is a powerful poison. One ounce has killed a person in three hours. Many people have been poisoned by this salt. You must know that your Christ mas pudding and the icing of your wedding cake are incomplete unless flavored with bitter almonds. I am not sure how many bitter almonds it takes to kill a man, but they contain a good deal of this prussic acid that you object to. "Oxalic acid, with which foolish people so often commit suicide, is the salt which gives rhubarb and sorrel their pleasant flavor. It is a violently irritant and dreadfully painful poison. Need I tell you that caffen, the exhilarating principle of coffee and tea, is a poison? "In nearly all our condiments we eat poison. The oils of nutmeg, cloves, black pepper, cinnamon, pep permint, carraway, horseradish, etc., are all poisonous in large doses. Black pepper contains a fiery, volatile oil, capable of burning a hole in your stomach, if it was not moved on, while its piperine is a sure poison. Cayenne pepper, or capsicum, is still more irritant. "But, besides poisons which we take from choice, there are others which it is impossible to avoid swal lowing in these days of complex feeding. Arsenic is a very common ingredient in beer, jams, sweets, etc., made with glucose. Fortunately, the liver acts more or less as a filter and saves us from serious consequences." Globe-Democrat. Saved by His Wife. She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Braintree, Vt., is of that kind. "She insisted on my using Dr. King's New Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, when I was so weak ! my friends all thought I had only a short time to live, and it completely , cured me. ' ' A quick cure for coughs and colds, it s the most safe and re-, liable medicine for many throat and j lungtroubles grip, bronchitis, croup, 1 whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilitis. j nemorrnages. a tnai win convince you. 5Uc and Sl.uu. F. T. Clay. Guaranteed by Milk, Eggs, Cereals Ideal Foods. We find, then, that the constructive foods needed by the child are fur nished by the most natural things, the things that are easy to obtain. Milk, eggs, cereals and such legumes as beans and peas furnish abundant proteins or nitrogenous food. The importance of three of these for little 1 children should be emphasized and; we should minimize the importance' of the fourth one. The three are j There's often much truth in saying cereals, milk and eggs. The fourth, 1 "her face is her fortune," but its whose importance should be mini- never said wher pimples, skin erup mized, is lean meat. Children of age J,1?"8' blotches or other blemishes , . , u . disfigure it. Impure blood is back of under consideration would be very them all. and shows the need of Dr. much better off if they ate a very small amount, if any, lean meat. I Cereals, milk and eggs all contain not j only the constructive material, salts , as well as the nitrogenous material,! but they contain also some fuel ma-i terialjmilk and cereals particularly i are rich in fuel material as well. 1 , Brightm up your home by dyeing yojr curtains, ruge, por tieres, etc., with Putnam Fade less Dyes. No trouble to use. Afraid of Ghosts Many people are afraid of ghosts. Few people are afraid oi germs. Yet the ghost is a fancy and the germ ia a fact. If the germ could be magnibed to a size equal to ita terrors it would appear more terrible than , any fire-breathing dragon. Germs can't be avoided. Tbey are in the air we breathe, the water we drink. The germ can only prosper when the condition of the system givea it free scope to establish it self and develop. When- there ia a de6ciency of vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek, a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the leep is broken, it i time to guard against the term. fortify the body against all germs by the . . - f WI 1A T . , cn mcaicai isiscovcry. 11 increases tne system of clogging imparities, enriches acu ana organs 01 aigeaaoa ana nutrition in working 00 that the germ find no weak or tainted spot ia wbich " Golden Medical Discovery " contain no aleohol, babit-formin4 drugs. All ita ingredient printed on i wrapper. It is not a sac rat nostrum but a medicine composition and with a record of 49 ytmn if carat, substitute there ia nothing " just aa good." Ask your Sixty Ycrt ii J Sfcsisrd n n 1 - u A Cre&Ei of Tarter Powdsr Made from Qrepas r:oALur.7 Penitentiary Quarantined. Jefferson City, April 15. After a conference between the members of the board of prision inspectors and Dr. J. C. Hiller, secretary of the state board of health, a rigorous quarantine was established. The small pox epi demic inside of the prison has been growing steadily and several cases that have appeared outside of the walls have been traced to officers and guards who came in contact with the disease inside. The strictest regulations will be en forced in efforts to stamp out the dis ease. Visitors will not be admitted within the walls, and all goods made in factories where the men have been exposed will be barred from ship ment until thoroughly disinfected, ac cording to the requirements of the state board of health. There are ten convicts with the dis ease and other cases are expected. One guard is also stricken. There will be no mail sent from the prison except from the warden's office and that will be fumigated. Eczema Yields Readily to "Sanador." It is the one remedy which, by the virtue of its demonstrated curative powers in all afflictions of the skin, has forced recognition as being the alleviation of the most distressing diseases of the skin. Its action pleasant, soothing, positive and most instantaneous. It contains grease and will not stain the skin the most delicate fabric. Because its wonderful penetrating powers, is or of it attacks the parasite causing the dis eased conditions, kills the germ and restores the tissues to their normal state. Your druggist will guarantee it For saIe by j. p Ludwjck. 24-3 1 Capitol Bonds Bids Sought. Jefferson City, Mo., April 15. At a meeting of the State Board of Fund Commissioners today it was decided to advertise for bids for the remainder of the New Capitol bonds, aggregat ing more than $3,250,000. The advertisement will appear in the newspapers next Sunday. Under the Supreme Court's decis ion in Church vs. Hadley a brokerage 1 commission can be paid for the sale Ti. uniui-a fortunes in races. King's New Life Pills. They pro- note health and beauty. Try them. cents at F. T. Clay's Blondes are Scarce at M. U. - 1 . ,r r,, j Columbia' Mo-' April 15.-Blondes are scarce a.the University of M,s- so"r1'. accordl"g to thue or uand and junior women who have been searching for May queen candidates. Four candidates were nominated, but the nominators found only one who answered the requirements. The scarcity of blondes is noticeable throughout the university. use of Dr. Pierce1 . vital power, ch the blood,' puts TOIl Mtl Ml 1 the stom- tsoutaidl lull neighbor.