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St HEFUGEES REACH ED SAFELY Half FamistTed Caravan From . -Chihuahua at Ojinaga. SPENT EIGHT DAYS JN DESERT Ail Were In a Panic aft They Entered Ojinaga Civilians Among the ' Refugees Crossed Into United States. Presidio, Tex., Dec. 9. Out of the desert came the straggling caravan of Mexican refugees from Chihuahua City. Famished men, careworn women, crying children and disheartened sol diers they presented a spectacle of despair. Ojinaga, opposite' Presidio on tiie Mexican border, was a haven to the several thousand who had struggled . 185 miles, with food and water for only half the number. Many had died In . the desert, many had been left tecause they could not continue far ther without food and drink, it had been a remarkable hegira. They had chosen it in preference to a chance of death or torture at rebel hands. The trail from Chihuahua is well marked. There are the blackened ashes of eight campfires, marking eight stages in the slow, trying flight from their homes the eight nights they stopped to rest in the open . des ert, sometimes in a raw wind blow ing off the high plateau and often within the hearing of the howling coyotes. There, too, the the discarded valuables . which the refugees found were impeding their progress to safety; The complete rout of Huerta's fed eral army in northern Mexico, with the frantic flight of his generals for safety on the border and the demor alization of the unpaid troops was es tablished with the arrival of the troops. in the caravan were Gen. Salvador Mercado, Huerta's deposed rhilitary governor and commander of the fed eral troops in the north; Gen. Pas cual Orozco, Gen. Antonio Rojas, Gen. Marcelo Caravo, Gen. Ynez Saluzar and a host of subordinate officers. They had deserted their posts in fear of Gen. Francisco Villa's rebel army and virtually had surrendered to the rebels Chihuahua, the state capital, and the largest of the north ern cities. Villa Enters Chihuahua. Juarez, Mexico, Dec. 9. Assuming military command over a large area of northern Mexico, through the defeat and flight of the federal troops, Gen Francisco Villa, the rebel leader, form ally occupied Chihuahua, the state capital, evacuated by General Mercado eight days ago. Huerta's Men in Atrocities. Hermosillo, Sonora, Dec. !. Reports of atrocities by federal troops at Sal tillo and Monterey were received at constitutionalist headquarters here. It was asserted that at Monterey 3."l) noncombatants were killed in the streets and houses belonging to in surgent sympathizers were destroyed. SUFFRAGISTS TURNED DOWN President Wilson Refused to Send a Votes for Women Message to Congress. Washington, Dec. 9.Facing a dele gation of American militant suffra gettes, President Wilson refused to send a special message to congress urging votes for women. The President also declined to in corporate such a suggestion in one of his regular messages. And, until con gress Itself asks him to, he said, he could not recommend that the house appoint a committee to investigate the however, the President was so dip lomatic in handling the delicate ques tion that the women left him satisfied that if he ever gets the opportunity he will aid their cause. The President based his refusal on the. fact that his private views could not govern his actions. As leader of his party, he insisted that only such organic questions as had been passed upon by a national convention or a conference of elected representatives of the party were subject to his ac ton. ,. A Frisco Receiver Out St. Louis, Dec. 9. Judge Walter H. b jdorn of the United States circuit court has accepted the resignation of ' Thomas H. . West as receiver of the Hi. Louis & San Francisco Railroad. Mr. West was one of the syndicate of atnety-nine that promoted the Browns ville road and sold It to the Fristo. ' Flood Sufferer Ak Aid. ' - , : Kansas City." Dec . A telegram sking help for flood sufferers ; baa been received by the mayor from the 'citizens' relief . committee of La ' - Taw Ti (AlaffMm Mva hi in. at ramiiiM arw nnmeiess ana . rmar anrrermsr win result uutcbb ouip M-'f.i''1'.' ; . . ' ... .. i ..J ' . v Army ami fiooo victims. . fv-ahinrtmi-: Dec: . Aid .for the 'V.lnatoB, Dec. ti tro the disastrous flood in V kia been extended by toe War -IX taroutt Bri BHaa n-1 HELEN RING ROBINSON r V Senator Helen Ring Robinson of Colorado, who Is taking a prominent part in the suffrage convention in Washington, will be one of the lead ers of a delegation that will call on President Wilson. MARTIAL LAW FOR DENVER POLICE RULE CITY BURIED IN 45 INCHES OF SNOW. One of Largest Hotels and Office Buildings Forced Clise Cold Follows the Snow. Several to Denver, Dec. q. The severe snow- storm, which hud completely tied up all forms of business in Denver and Central Colorado, had ended, accord ing to the weather bureau here, and clear but colder weather was fore casted. With freezing weather came anxiety as' to the maintenance of tele graph and telephone communication, which alone saved Denver from absolute-isolation for twenty-four hours. Tiie total 'amount of snowfall in the storm was given, officially, at 43.5 inches, or 2.52 inches precipitation. Denver lias been placed under vir tual martial law with the police of the Lcity directing all movements of traffic and pedestrians. One of the greatest hardships as companying the storm was the ex treme shortage of coal. Oilef of the largest hotels in Denver has been forced to close. Office buildings have exhausted their supply of fuel . and were forced to close. Other hotels, housing hundreds of marooned trades people, fear they will be unable to get coal. Two stage coaches near Boulder and one near Hnena Vista are lost, and it is feared the drivers and the occu pants, if the coaches carried any pas sengers, have frozen to death. In the Trnidad mining district, where 'mar tial law is in existence, the tents of both the soldiers and the coal mine strikers are absolutely isolated. Many of the tents, at the time communica tion was last obtainable from there, had been blown down, and the suffer ing was said to be intense. Throughout this state buildings in practically every town have collapsed from weight of the snow. The Foster building, in Denver, was flooded by the bursting of a water reservoir on the roof, and hundreds of offices suf fered great damage. The roof of the First Haptist Church caved in, and twenty persons were submerged. All were taken out uninjured. GERMANY IS FACING A CRISIS Reighstag Voted a Lack of Confidence in Government Because of Alsace Affair. Rerlin, Dec. 5. By 293 to 54 the Reichstag voted a lack of confidence in the imperial chancellor and the gov ernment, after a four-hour debate, The censure .of the government fol lowed the military outbursts in Alsace and the utterances of Von Bethmann- Hollweg and War Minister Falkenhayn in the Reichstag, in which they de clared that the military would con tinue to be the supreme authority in Germany. - Emperor William decided that the time had come for him to interfere personally with the full weight of his authority in order to put an end to the differences between the civil and mili tary authoritiea of Alsace. The em- ANEW YORK LEADER IN NET Arthur A. McLean, Treasurer of the Democratic State Committee Indicted by Grand Jury. New York, Dec. 5. Arthur A. Mc Iean, treasurer of the Democratic state committee, has been Indicted on two counts charging receipt of cam paign contributions from corporations. Everett P. Fowler of Kingston, the alleged Tammany "bagman," already under Indictment on a charge of extor tion, was again indicted, charged with soliciting a campaign contribution from a corporation. ' : The Indictment of McLean makea the third growing out of tbe district attorney's Investlgetlon of John A. Hennessy's ; charges of graft tn the BUM nigaway aeparuneni. FARM FURROWS. farmer and Stockman. If everyone would observe the rules of the road, accidents would be fewer in number. I am surprised, however whenever I go to town on a 'big day" to see how many "jay" drivers there are, meaning those who are driving on the wrong side of the road or street or who turn wrong when turning out. The public sale season now seems at its height. Those who plan on mak ing a change before spring are selling now. There will be another grist of sales just before the first of March no doubt. All property is selling well. I am impressed with the galvanized steel culvert when it has been put in right, but when it is thrown on top of the ground and a little dirt rolled over it I am likewise impressed with it, but in a different way. Such humps also impress automobile driv ers. The civet cat (small skunk) is not the pest that it might be wheti the crib are filled with corn. They can go where a cat cannot, and they are just as good mousers. They will suck eggs and kill small chickens, but I have observed they do not when there are plenty of mice around the premises. This has been a great fall for every thing sown since early September. Some of the wheat is getting rather large. In fact, it should be pastured rather more than most of it has been. Too great a growth made before win ter is just as detrimental as not growth enougn. l nose wno nave wneat ana nave it lenced so it may De pastured are saving much feeding. I have been watching those who have done considerable of it in the past ' two years, and am convinced that ! manure cannot be used to better ad- j vantage than on alfalfa. It makes a wonderful difference in the hay crops really making more value by increas- ing this crop than if used on corn ! land. Of cou.se when a person has; enougn it is enougn, out lew oi us: have too much alfalfa. The cOst of maintaining a good fence is greater than most of us real-! ize. Posts are rotting all the time and some along the line usually need j replacing every year. Where a fence is not needed it is better to have none that is, if you want to cut down ex- j pense bills. Fields divided too much i by fences Olteil Cause extra trouble in farming. When the wood frame in farm ma chinery was discarded and machines nrom trmrin cilmncf u'hnllu nf otonl anrl ' iron, It Was Said that ShedS tor ma- ' chinery were no longer necessary, as being 01 iron ana Steel, machinery would take no hurt if it did stand out in the weather. This has proven a great mistake. The all-steel machine loses strength by rusting and rotting, ll Ot as rapidly as does WOOd, but tO a Dnvall-Perclval Trust Company, aa rent on the , ,u .. it,:..!, abuve premises, div.ded between the respect greater extent than niOSt Of US .think lv paritea herein; in the peiltiou It is aliened possible. rn . i -i.. i 4 The catalpa is certainly a great tree fnr (illicit arnwth anrl for nrwt niatpri- 611 "",er will to Martna fciien Uerry, bar ior quiCK growin ana lor posI nidien- bttTA A1ee callings. Mary Jane Poers and nl nf lnsfintr rninlitips Most nilirk ai Of lasting qualities. must quics. prowine timber is worthless for post material, but the catalpa is an except - ,. uri.i i- i4 1.1 tion. While Very light Catalpa IS wri) strnnn anrl it hne laerina ihili. very strong, ana it nas lasimg aDiu- fiAc in I ho rrrnnnrl lies, in uie K1 uuiiu. The road-dragging season should not end the first Monday in Novem- ber lUSt because the township trUS- ... ..... . tees Settle With the road supervisors on that day. The dragging just be fore the ground freezes up is the best one of all. I hauled a two ton load on a low wheeled, broad-tired wagon, the other day, and a few days later haul ed a similar load on a common narrow tired farm wagon. I have a kindly! feeling toward the low wheels and i . . i . t oruau ures ior use auuui tue larm, , but this one test convinced me it is not the combination for heavy hauling on dirt roads. The load on the com mon wagon pulled much easier. For a few davs after beino turned into the Stalk field tbe COWS are tOO. independent to eat Mything 'that IS j placed before them in a manger, but : this pride does not last long. When the field is reduced to bare stalks and a few dry husks tbe manger takes on .... . , i . I a dllf erent 100K. ., , , , . . . The old sweep cob crusher is more 1 t 41..- 4U VtU , uut ui tutto tuau tue uiu uiauuiv spreader, but from it we learned that crushed ear corn is ffood feed and those who have gasoline engines will do well by getting a cob-crushing milL . " - ,. 'Spare tbe feed and spoiLthe colt" does not mean tbat young colt should be fed as much as work horse. It Is always possible to orerdo a good tbin.' ',- . .- --:.4..' - has at last found its true place of use fulness on the farm and that is the top and at the bottom of woven-wire fencing. A perfect fence for all kinds of stock can hardly be built without a WM'WUIUUUII f 1 inn I W II. There are some farms where the buildings are in such fine shape that no repairs are necessary but they are exceptions. As a rule there are re pairs to be made that were neglected during the busy season and right now is a good time to put in the stitch that saves nine. Do a lot of thinking on your own account before you allow a smooth talking land agent to trade a farm four times as large as yours to you, even though he may tell you that the land is better and the climate "just about the same as here." There is reason in all things, but in "hoss" trades and land deals it is very sel dom that both sides win. It seem that there are a few who think that all pur ills can be cured by law and at present are making a great noise about passing a law prohibiting the sale of veal calves in order that our beef supply may be increased. If a minimum price for two and three-year-old beeves could by fixed bylaw it would come several points nearer the mark they are aiming at. Corn is selling at 50 cents per bush el at our local markets, which is a fair price, but what has become of our "dollar a bushel"' calamity howl ers of last summer. For Rent. A 0 room residence suite with all' in HghtS) vvater and toilet room; ' KOod shape and weU iocated. I p -p PAYNE, j 7-2t. N. Main 528, Notice Taxes are now due and my office room. , is located in circuit clerk Please call, J. L. Barker, j 3-tf Township Collector. Order of Publication static or Missouri, f , . n. b.iB. 1 a In theClrcaitl.'ourt, February Term, I'JH In Vacation November II), Order of Publication. K K. Kggleaon, Plaintiff va. Mary Jane Powers; William Henry Warder mai ; William H. Stalllnge; William H. Mai lings, guardian and curator or Mai y Elizabeth and Ifdtli Slallings; Mary Eli.auetta Stal ling j Udell StalltDgs; W. II. S.allioga. Jr.; bum Ktallings; linien Varner .Stalliuge; Warderman Pearae Stalllnge; and tbe Uuvall Perolval Trust Company, Defendants. The Slate of Missouri to Hie above named Defendants. Greeting by her Attorney ami dies her Petition ami Affi davit, surging, unoug outer ininge mat ue fendan'S. nullum Henry Warder , an; William II Mailings: William II. Stalllngs. guardia and curator f Mary KHznDeth stallings and Udell stalling ; Mary Kii.aoem sellings; Urte 1 Stalling; w. 11. stalling, Jr. i l.ulu Stalllngs: Helen V'ruer Slslllnga; mil Wanl- i criuan ftarce .stililngs are Lon-resu rman Pearne Miaiilnira are ioii-realdents of the State ol Missouri. .,.,. Uhurunnnn tt Is .inlwra I hv ihn fllurlr In Va. tbe State or Mlenourl ' cation, that eat-i uerndanu ue notified by pub agai.ist them iu this Court the object and gen eral nature ol wnicu ts to partition me: Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of bection 34, la Township 411, liange ol, Kates County, Missouri, among the Plain tin and I) femiants, and if the same cannot be divided la kind among tbem, to have said property sold an 1 the proceeds di ' that tne piainuu naa acquired me interest or : .Martha Mien berry, and that the above de- ; acriuea property was owneu uy nnwara w ara- e.mn at hu death, and that the same descend- ; William Henry Wardernian, and their heirs, ... ,.u ' ,. . .... ,., H.,i,r Aiiee stalling! diedleaving as her hlreherchildren, 1 11. staiunga, jr., uia staitings, 11 ien vamer Stalling and Warderman Pearoe Stitllings woo jointly owns one-fourth interest In said Ind, sobjeot to the curtesy of her husbaud wmiam u. staiiiog-, and mat unless me stid non-resident defendants, above nanieu, be and appear at this court, at the next term thereor, , Hrt& j tjmj.j.r ; the Petition In' said cause tne same wilt ha .taken confessed, and juigmeut will b.i I rendered acoordlugly. adu it ! lurtner uruereu, hum r-upy iitsreui be published, according to law. In Tne Butler Weekly Times a newspaper published in said uountv oi nates, ror lour weeaa succ asivny, published at least once a week, the last Inser tion to be at lea-t thirty daya before the drat day of said next regular Term of this Court. H. O. MAXKV, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from tbe record . Witness my hand, and aeal of tbe (SKA I.) Circuit Court or Bates county, this Bth day of December lull! f it H. O. MaXKV. Circuit Clrrk. Order of Publication. .sxatk or Missouri, County of Batea. f In the CtrcnltConrt February Term, Bill In vacation ueeemoer tn, itua. Order of Publication. Lou B. Shelton, Plaintiff, va. K T. shaJton, Defendant. The-ttM of Missouri to the above named Ue Nowatthladat conies the Plaintiff herein. MthlhgUainong'oUiei' thrnattiiiTeTend' SM7a.bmiL VSS& XLtSVTX ucauoa ih plaintiff dm eommenoed a auit arai atanot which ia to obtain, a door r di- toko from th bonds of matrimony ooatraotad between thanlalaUar and defendant, and for ai order of CoertmtoriDg tea name of plalnUf 1 -uon aVHoiioway 7 wna anaiean u appear at thla Coart, at the next tern thereof, to be begaaaad kotdea at the Court House in the city ox nailer, la aaia eoueiy, on tae nrat Monday of Vahraary IM4 and on or before tha drat day of aaid Term, aaaweror plead to the Patliioa la aaid eanae, the same will be taken aaooofeaaesl. and jadsmeat will ba rendered Ad tta'farther ordered, that a copy hereof be pabllaka. aeaordlDg to la, la The Batter Weakly In-, a aawapaper pabUshed la aald maty of imtm (or four week eceeaaively, Kbllehesl M laaal aaoa a week, the last laser a te bee leas thirty daya beltora the a rat da af aaM aero rtoaary tenat af this Coart. . H. O. MAXKY, ClMalt Clerk. amy hand and aeal efthtarcalt aaALl C -rrBaeaa Oeaaty, thla fth fMHUaMsr.nil t-M O. MAXKT, Clremlt Clark. . Order of Publication. STATIC OF MISSOURI, I .. -County of Hates. t In the Circuit Court February Term, MM In vacation, IJeuember9, lilia. Order of Pnbllcalion. C. tiedford Plaintiff. vs. . The unknown consort heirs, di vlsees, donee", alienees Immediate, niesi e, or remote, vol untary or involuntary gante of George Cooper, deceased. The nnknown consort heirs, devisee, doneea alienees, in medi ate, mesne or remote, voluntary or Involun tary grant-ea, or Win. Hrocknian. If be b deceastd, and Wm ll ockruan, Defenilanta. k ow at thla day cornea the Plaintiff herein by hi Attorney an l flies bla Petition under oath alleging among other things that Defendant Win. liroekman Is a non-resident ol the State of Missouri. And that he verily believes there are pnrs n interested In the aubject matter ol thla suit, whoae uamea he cann I insert ln-4K petition because unknown to him and whose In terest he can not morn apeolUoaUy set out ror tbe same reason. But Ibat If snch peroone there be they derive th Ir Interest If any Ihey have, as the unknown consort, h ira. d.viseea, donees, alieneea, Immediate, mesne, or re mots voluntary or ' Involuntary grantees of tieorge Cooper, deceased who ulrd intestate, owning title to premleea hereinafter described, by deed shown of record In Book at pagi tiS thereof, in the office of the Recorder of deeds. Bates Co., Mo. Or as the nnknown cons irt, heirs, devisees, donees, 1mm dlate mesne or remote, volun tary or Involuntary grantees of Wm, Brock man, If be be deceased who took interest in said real estate, by a defective deed of convey ance shown in the office of the Recorder of deeds, Bates Co., Mo. In Book J at page j!). W hereupon it Is ordered ny tbe Cl-rk in Va cation that the said defendants be notified by publication that idalntlff ha commenced a suit againrt tbem In this court, tbeobject and gen eral nature of which la to try ascertain, deter mine and have adjudged tbe interest, r ght. title, and claims cf tbe plaintiffs and defer d ar.la herein respectively, in anil to the follow ing described, real eatate, to-wlt: Beginnng at the Sou'h West corner of Ih- Soutb Kast Quarter of the North Kast Quarter, or Section Twenty-one, in Township Forty-one, of Range Twenty-nne, and running thence eaatsixty-aix and two thirds (im !:) loda, thence north twenty-eight (tx) lode, I hence west slxtv-six andtwo thirds (itJ-8) rods, thence south twenty- eight (sin) rods to place of beginning, and containing eleven and two thirds ill ) acres more or less. Plaintiff further alleging in bis Bald p tltion that he ia the absolute owner in fee of sa d premises. And that unless the said defendants be and appear at this court, ai tbe next term thereor, to lie begun and bolden at tbe court house in the city of Butler, in said county, on the first Monday of February lllll, and on or before the first day of aald term, answer or plead to the pe tition In said cause, the same will be taken aa oonfessed and judgment will be rended ac cordlngty. And It is further ordered that a copy hereof be published, according to law, in The Butlkh Weekly Times, a newspaper published in said county of Bates, for lour weeks successively, published at least once a week, the last In sertion to be at least thirty days before tbe lire I day of said next February term of this Court. II. O. MAXEV, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record W itness my hand and sal of the Cir skai. cult court of Bates county, this ' li day of Decemlier, IMS. 4t, 11.0 -MAXKY. Circuit Clerk. Order of Publication. STATIC OF MISSOURI, I County or Ita'es. ( IntheClrcultCourt, February Term, lull. In Vacation Hi cember tith, l!)l'j. Order of Publication. A. O Culshall, Plaintiff, vs. John IlerderBon, Ulam Henderson, I. sura r oster. Mattle Ankrttiii and Belle lSowerman, Defendants. kow at this day comes the Plaintiff herein, by her Attorney and Hies her Peti-ion, alleging, Binong other things that Defendants uun HeuderBon, Laura roster, Mattle Antrum and Belle Howernmii are non-residents of the Slate of .Missouri. Whereupon, it In ordered by the Clerk In a cation, that said Defendants be notified by publication that Plaintiff has commenced a suit againat tnetn in mis i oiirt. me owed and gen eral nature of which Is to obtain a judgment anu iiB'-ree or mis .'oiirt part tioning the r. a estate hereinafter fully described, founded up on ine louowing aiiega ions in piatnuii's pen tiun Died herein, to-wit: That Plaintiff. A. O Cnteliall and the a ve named defendant- John Henderson, Klain Henderson, Laura ros it, Mat ie Ankrum and Belle Bow. rman wn as tennnts in common all ol the North half of the South eastQiiHrlerof.se tion Town ship IJ flange .1:1, In Bates County. Missouri; tbki each one ol tnem own In fee e'niple one und:v,ded une sixth ol'enid land. Wherefore the p'alntiff asks that tbe court decree that the said lund bepartltloi ed in sir d; that it be partitioned am ng tbe parties to thla suit, according to their interests, and for all proper relief, and thai if less the said defend ants above named be and appear at this Court, at the next term thereof, to be begun nod bold en at the Court House in the City ol Huti-r. in said county, on the first Monday of February loll and on or before the first ,ay of said Term, answer or p'ead to the petition in said cause the aame will be taken aa contested, and judg ment - HI be rendered according!,. And it Is Inrth-r ordered 'hit a copy hereof be published, according to law, in the Butler W eekly Times, a newspaper published in said county of Bates, for lour weeks successively, published at le.st once a week, the last inst-r lion to lie t least h riy days before the tlr.t day of said next February IMUterm of thisconrt. II. U. MAXEY, Circuit Clerk A true copy from the record. Witness my hand, and seal of the seal clrcnlt court of Bates county, this litb day or December IMI.'l. S tt. H. O. MAXKY, cilcnit Clerk. Trustee's Sale. Whereas Jefferson li. Haker and Mattie S. Baker husband and wire and Conwav iraon and Myrtle Grayson husband and wile by deed of trust dated July Jtttb itllO, and tecorded August l.'lth ltIO in the office or the Recorder of Deeda of Batea Conntv. .Missouri, in Rook xftl at Page :jS, oonveyed to tbe undersigned In trust, to secure the payment of the note and coupons in said deed of trust particularly de scribed, the following described real estate annate in nates county, Missouri to-wlt: Tne west hall of fractional section three (3) tha south weal quarter of section ten (ill); the west hall or the south cast qnarter of section ten (101; the east hair of the north west quarter of t-ection trnHO); the west half of the north east quarter of aeotlon ten (Mi) and the north east qnarter of the north east qnarter of sec tion ten (It) all In townahlp furly-two (12) or Range thirty-three (;i3) containing In all SOI SO 100 acres And whereas. Interest coupon, due August 1st, 1113, described In and aecured by aald deed of truat . has not been paid. And, whereas, the owner of said note and coupon has requested me to execute the tiower veated In me bv aald deed of trnat to aell aald real estate, and ont of the proceeds of aald aale pay tne mutoieaneas securea tnereoy. Therefore in compliance with said request and In pursuance of the power veated In me by aald deed of truat, I will aell aald real eatate at public vendue to the blgheat bidder ror cash on the Klrd dy of December laia, at the front aoor or tne t onri House, in the city or Bauer, in Daiee i"uniy, niHoun. 3-td HKRSC-KLBABTLnT, Truetee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, A. Thatcher, a single man, by bis deed of trnat dated Jane 17th, 1913, and re corded In tbe Recorder- a onjee within and for Bates county. Missouri, in Book .''o zjy, page 4, conveyed to the undersigned trustee the fol lowing described real estate lying aad being altnate lo the county of Bale aad State oT Missouri, to-wlt: All of lota seven (7), eight (8) aad alas (9), la block twelve (14). and lota eight (8) aad alae (Hi, la block tcTtoteea (17), la the vintage of Merwla, Missouri : which ooaTeyaaoe was madi la trust to seen re tbe payment of oae certain a ota rally described la said dead of trust; aad whereas, default has been made la payment of aald Bote and tha same la new past due and na aald. Mow therefore, at tha rrqaaat of tha legal bolder ef said note aad pursuant te the conditions cf said deed of treat. I will proceed to sell the a bora described premleea at pabUe veadae. to the hia-aeat bidder isreaak. at the west front door of tbe eonrt house, la tha olty of Batter, eonaty of Batea aad suto of Mls aonri, oa , Friday, Deoember ltKh. Wit, . betwesa the boar of t o'atoak la the aad s'eUck ia the arteraooo of that day, for the aarpooa or aaaaryiag aaia deot, utataat aadeosts. C.A. ALXJU. at. Order of Publication. 8TATE OF MISSOURI, ) , County of Bat 8 f aa I lb Ircult Court of Batea County in the State of Mleeonrl. In vacation. To the Febru ary tern., lull. November 'X lllll. C. M Walker, Plaintiff va. C. A. Logan. Tiffin Sinks, fbas Kearney or f'haa Carnev, Thomas Carney, 11 K. Ham ruoiids Stewart Hastings Jr , Ji bn Wilson and tbe unknown belts consorts, devisees, donees and immediate mesne., "reinof , vol untary and Involuntary grantees of C. A Lo gan deceased. Tiffin isiuke deceased. Chae. Kearney or Cbaa Carnev dec-used, Thomas Carn y deceased, 11. K llammonda de ceased, Stewart Ha-tings Jr., deceased, and John Wilson deceased, Defendanls The State or Missouri to all of tbe above named defendants, Ureetlrg: You a e hereb notified 'bat the above named plaintiff ba this day Died with tbe undersigned clerk or the cir u t enrt of Bittea County, Mis soiu I In vacatlo , his petliion, duly verl 'ed boaffiavlt wb-rein said plaintiff atiegea that none of the above defends,, ts are re-idents of the Mate or Missouri; plaintiff also alleging In said petition that the unknown defendant mentioned in said petition cla'm some title, estate or int-rest in the subject matter 0 said petition and to the real eaiatn hereinafter de scribed, but the plaintiff !aiuiot insert the names of eaid nnknown defendants In bin pe tition bt can e tbe names nf said defendants are nhknown to hln ; In which said petition plain tiff lurlher avrs that tbe said unknown de fendants have obtained and derived their claim to th property he eli.afier iiearrlbed from C. A. Login lec"aaed. Tllfi.i 81 ks deceased. Chat. Kearmy or Chas. Carney deceased, Thomas Carney deceased. II. K. Ham monds deceased, Steward Hastings Jr deceased or John W ilson deceaaed, or one or more of them, as heirs, consorts, devisees, donees, alienees, or Immediate, mesne, re- mite, voluntary or involuntarv irrantees of said C. . Logan, Tiffin Sinks, Chae. Kearney or Cbaa. arney, Th mas Carney, II K. llam monda, .Stewart Hastings Jr.. or John Wilson or any or all of them; ano that said petition contains aa full correct and complete a recital and description or the claim or said defendants and how said claims are derived as tbe tame are known to plaintiff it ie therefore onered by the undersigned clerk aioresaid, In vacation, that said defend ants be notified that an action has been com menced againat tlinti In tbe circuit court of tsates county, .state or Missouri lor tbe pur pose or trying, determining, settling, defining and qnieting the title to the following described real estate in Bates Uountv, State of MisBiuri, to-wit: Tbe west hall of ttn south east quar ter of section seven (7) in townahlp No. fortv (40), range No. thirty (:) and by which said action Plaintiff seeks to forever bar and ore- elude the said defendants, and each of them from aettlng up any Interest or claim In or to aaid real estate, or any part thereor, adversely to said plaintiff, and which said action is ri t rnable to, and triable on, the first day of the next regular term of this court, to be bolden at the court house in the city of Rttller, In the county of Bates, in lhs State of Missouri, on tbe first Monday ol February, lull, at which time and place said defendants are required and commanded to be and appear and to an swer, plead or demur to plaintiff's petition, otherwise the allegations contained in said pe tition will be taken and considered as confessed and judgment rendered according to tbe prayer hereof, forever barring and precluding de fendants Irom herrafter setting up any claim or title to said real properly. The Butler w ec-klv T imes, published In But- ler Bates County, Missour', bavlng been designated by plaintiff and his attorney of rec ord as he newspaper most likely to give notice to tbe del, ndants of the pendency of thin action. It Is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in aald Butler W eekly Times once a week for and during four, weeks tuccesaively, the last insertion oi tald order in said paper to be at least ihirty days lie ore the first day of the next regular term cf this court. H. ). MAXKY, Clerk. STATU OF M ISSOL'KI, ( . County of Bates. i 8 I H. O. Maxey, Clerk or the Circuit Court or the county aforesaid, horeby certify that the foregoing Is a true copy of tbe original Order of Public. .tion as the same appears of record in the ollice of the Clerk of Hie Circuit Court of' Bates County, Missouri, at Htitler, Missouri. Witness my hand and aeal or this (SKAL) omt this '2t;tb dny of November, ltd::. II. O MAXKY. T-4t Circuit Clerk. Order of Publication. STATK UF MISSOURI, r County of Batep, t In tbe Circuit Court, October term, Itils, tic- louer ii, liii.i. Order of Publication. Robert F Smith, executor or the will of ) . P. Median Plaiulilf. vs. E. V. Paker, Susan MeCtian and the Farmers Bank of Pates County, o., Defendants. The State of Missouri lo the above named de fendants, (jrecllng : Now at this day coupe the 1'lniiitiH b'rein, by bis At ornea and 111,-8 Ilia Affidavit, alk-ar- ing, among other things ttait Defendant K. V. Haker ia a non resident of Ibe state ol, Mis souri. whereupon, It Is ordered by the (onit, that. said lie'enda -t he notilied by publication that Plaintiff baB commenced a suit against him in this Court, the object rnd general nature of whli histo obtain a udginent and decree o. this court determining the liability, if any, of the trust e tate held bv plaintiff for the pay ment or a certain i ote held by defendant bank herein ror the sum of SIik o.iO, and to determine tbe respective rights and interests of the par ties hereto lo the following described real es tate, situate in the c tv of Butl'-r, County ol Bates and State or Miasonri, to-wit: All or the -on lb hair of lota :: and I In Block i"i in the town, now the City, of Butler prop-r in said c mn'y and state, under a certain deed nf trust bearing date on or about the loth day or March, HUH. whereby a former owner. Hiram Nichols anil his wile, conveyed Ihe abovedescrlbed real estate to one W r'. Duvall, as trustee, to se cure the payment of a certain promissory note given oy tnesaiit Hiram nicdois, ami nis wile,, Kennie Nichols, to.). P. Median, lor the Mini ofsloOO.oo, ard to foreclose said above men tioned trust deed, ard tbat unless the said defendant K. V. Baker, be an appear at this Conrt, at the next term thereof, to be begun and bolden at the Court House In tbe City of nntier, in sum county, on tne rirst mommy or February lull and on or bniore the first daf nf said Term, answer or plead lo tbe Petitltn lit) aaid catae. the same will bo taken as confessed. and jndgmeu will be 'endered accordingly. And It is further ordered, that a copy hereof be published, according to law In the Butler Weekly limes a newspaper published In said County of Batea. for lour weeks successively, published at least onceaweik tbe last inser tion to be at least thirty davs before the first day of said next February Term or this Court. H. tl. .MAXKY, Circuit Clerk. A true cipy of the record. Witness my band, and seal of the (hkalI Circuit Court of Bates county, thia l.itn uay or NovemDer, nut. H. O. MAXKY. -It Circuit Clerk. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue and authority ofueclal Kxecntlon Issued from the office of tbe Clerk of the Cir cuit Conrt or Bates County, Mo., returnable at be February Term, lllll, of said Court, and to me directed, In favor of J. II. stone Collector ol tbe revenue of Batea County, Missouri, and againat C. D. Butterfleld 1 have levied upon and alezed all the right, title, Interest and olaim or the aald C D. Butterfleld or. In and to the following deaorlbed Keal aetata, to wit: I ot one la Block thirteen in Sperrys addition 10 Rich Hill, Mo., and Lot tlx. Block eighty, nine ia Rich Hill, Mo. All lying and being la said Ounty and eitate of Missouri; and I will, oa Tuesday the Kith day of Deoember A. O. I9IS, between the hours of nine o'clock In the forenoon and ve o'clock In the nrternnm. of that day. At the Kast Conrt House Door In tbe tatty of Butler, County of Bates aforesaid . aell tbe same, or so much thereof as may be rsaalred. at Public Vendue, to the hleheethtd. der for cash In hand, to sstlafy said execution aadeosts. HARVR Johnson. 6-td Sheriff of Batea County. Mo. Notice. Notice la hereby given that tetters teatamsat- ary noon Ihe estate of Robert T. Judy, de ceased, have beea granted to the aadaratfaed by the Probate Conrt of Bates "onnty Mlsaoarl. ooanaa a ate the xow day of November, ibis. AU aeraoas havtac elalnaa mlut aKid aatta are reqalred to exhibit them to tha aadenln ed for allowance wllhia six moatha after the date of said letters, ac Usy may ba preeiaded from any baaeflt af aaoh ostatet aad ifaneh dsdam boaot exhibited within eae year fraat a, a aa asp IWa - - - Am e . k. -. " tmw Miami vi wmm MBUotv Mem aSa,Ae aaftvmll aV. - - - -5L . inssruoapt this ambllea fonrar .barred. Dm of ibarlltJSU. 10HH w, MeFADDCN, ImUMrto-.J JOHlf tt'i.-. : ,f After all these years, barbed wire , .'' ' '.'.'.'.-:v'V ;v':V.-: '