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The BnliuireSJici't. j During the week, that ends Tuesday . next, the Brest majority of .men will ( have an opportunity to become nc , , qunintH ilh tUisiuaeJvfs. At the end iR Amhtuv c.unly. this statu, mi Christ, , nf thu year people generally tak a 1 mas night, Ier. 1ST.. 134J, Mr. Ellaey1 count, nut only of thu.r stock in-trade y;1,i Ituskiik niid Mies $;li.i Jackson , buior their uif.Bil au.I u..ir-il jn;iuit ' IJarf. ivitk tjxijed in marriage, anil in This is an t-'celhat huiat. It fcuui.w IjjT.J removed to tl is enmity and town Fystem to arrive ;it on annual balance , ni,l have oyer since tnado this their in the ledgers of chnractiT ai well "8 . lirnno. those oi,.buiines8. Uy the on jnethod ; QA 'Jj,, Gftitli anniversary of this oc folks ftiUmate tliwr linund-il profjls or j o;iejiti the golden wedding period Juries: by ll.p t-thcr il.ey .i?t.-rtain h.)W their liandsmiuc Jioaie in this city was much prusreSH been made durjn ) throiyn open Jo a largo number of in the twelve tpenth svirtue, probity nnd j sited guests handsomely printed invitn j nmbjtion. A fuirjiliiK at (he Innb ia not tiutin announcing their "(.olden Wed- . nioro issential. to u:r uelr.ire for the . mining yiir than an lncrefif-o in tho-u' . jualitifs that make un belter .men and , more esteemed cilis.etis. Jt is a duty , Hint a man owes to hia frily and tlioM' nho are depen,dfiat on him to bo pnl . dent in invesiment, economical iu e.v- . HMidituro and jotiuMrioiin iu effort. But an obligal:in no less twjitial to Jus . own happiness and that of the cam munity ia the, endeavor to t-how a deoid- . el wlvaucu or wealth in character. T some folks thjs ciint.nl etti;.: tnk imz in conmiienco ami intellectuality is . not. eneourn'jing Mnjiy a man who be g:ui tho jear.with..i..:gh retolves to im prove himself in the unices of thought ; and purp.s ends it. with his schemes of ndvunccmeutuntinibhed. The health of uiiinkindcoD6jBis.il its general ambi, jtiuntp be better; jtyenjtness orkesjof the evening: .from the common tendency to place loo iiiuc'i confidence in the strength of the .individual soil to underestimate the counties temptations that are inevita ble to everybody. Every fresh cycle of existence , should ha .approached with Pie caution of a soldier in u hostile country; with a prudence that foresees and is prepared for tho pi tails and hindrances iviiisli oppose invasion. The kick of these precautions in tho past ,has inllueuce to ab.-ttf our resolution in the present, and tho disappointments of yesterday niut lessen the enthusiasm Hat (aces the tasks of tomorrow Yet ,it is apparent to every one.who considers .the matter thoughtfully that the fault was uot in his stars, but in himself. A great iiuinber of people begjn the year .with such ambitions moral and intel lectuhl purpose that in order to carry .put tho self-impot-ed bcliemrs of im rovement a radical cliango in tho ten dencies or nature rqut be effected. Therefore.in.addine up the ledger of theyear it is unwibe for.ny one to be wholly discouraged by the small total of profit. Nobody has a business bal ance of sufficient prosnerty to make him satisfied, and certainly no one of , proper ambition is content with bis ad .vuncemenl into symmetry of character Vet it is this almost universal absence .of sejf-satisfaction that enables us to be .gin. a new era with resolutions to do bet .ter by ourselves and our neighbors. rSuch'a.wieh is practicable. During the coming twelve-month we may not achieve eminence in the qualities that pre most envied. But it is in the power ,pf.every man to make the world richer, .income degree, because he has lived in .it. At this period of general repentance .over past erroreaad resolves of reforma tion for the future it js well not to at ttempt too much. "New Year'n morning , a good time to begin healthful chang es in the.mind. Ity entering into full sympathy with the cheerfulness and .charity of the'Jay a man's resolution is .strengthened fpr new "virtues qn the .morrow, and at the end of the week he smay, by this gradual system of develop .inent, be ready to commence the year with an. unalterable purpose to give a jgood account of hia ue ot its opportuni jtiefl. The Motor .i.ine. A large and enthusiastic meeting of :the citizens of.Qregjn nml vicinity met ,at theuircuit court room on Friday even .ingof last week to discuss tbe pVoposi tiua eubmittea by KausasCity parties to .construct an electric railway between Oregmand Forest City. IJon. X. F. Murrey was caled to the chair.and after Mayor Cummins had stated the object of the meeting David Anderson read the propositions submitted by. the cani- wiuuiiHiiaiuw vuy. xnese projKJSi t ir.c were in thn form jprdinanoeB one asking from .tie city of x...KuU a iiauLiiiw ior ho electric rail way, and the other for a franchise for an eiectric light plant. The two prop option were euooiiited by the Bame company, and raid company estimates that tho total improvements will cost fome 850,000 to SW.OOO. The company .W2S to put in all these improvements provided the people here will either lake stock or make donations for some of each) to the nmoubt nt -2I'iim a general discusair was had, pariioi'puled' t3 rt many or inose present.and hnaiiy-it was agreed that we should ac- i-pithe prori-jsition, and the following p-rsotjfe vere chosen as a soliciting coin lU'ittee to procure the necessary iJlO.OW, lMwit: Usvi gook, Albert Koecker, Weorge Anderson. Daniel Zachma-. ibt Montgomery. T. C. Dungan, T. S. ihmde, a O. Proud and X. F. .Murray. If the franchise I? granted tho compan igre-s to go to w'nrJ: at .nce, and spend 810,000 on the work before our people 6ha.ll be called to pay a cent;-and after the expenditure or !0,00 by the com pany in grading the rond wav, eta, then we are to pay onr SlOvr) in -the stock i:nto the Montgomery A Koecker Banking Co. e bank and tho donations into the :CHtzen6' Bank; there in the-o banks all FHid money to remain until the cars run into town, when it is then to be paid over. This is certainly a liberal and valuable proposition to u?,as nmt towns .are obliged, to pay as piucli as 810.CW for electric lights alone, and we have un opportunity now cf pecuring both the I'gliU and the roal for both ourselves ;nd Forest City for onlv that same lllUlOUot. 'Prepare to Git." Xext Tuesilay will seo a changing ifinipnd in the state house and in the Bupreme court building. Prof. J. R. Kirk will assume tho duties .of state superintendent of public schools and then there will be the novelty of it K -publican state officer with his office full of Republican clerks. Prof. L. E. Wolfe, the retiring state superintendent, ihas accepted the piisition ol assistant in ;t:ie Westport public school, which Prof. ;Kirk will vacatd to eucceil him. .When Railroad CommissioHer-olect ."Joseph Flory goe into office there will Im an organiz-ition or the board, and Curcmissioner II. W. Hickman will be come chairman. This means that there may be a general turning over in the grain inspection department in fcoth Kansas Cit$ And St. Louis. ' In the supreme court Judgo F. M. Black will retire and Judge VV. M. Roh linson will take his place upon tho bench. It will Iks n reorganization of the court iUnti Judge Theodore Brace will become ilhe'chief justico and hiild it until the .cios$ Ot his term of temeo two years 'hence. In our county atf.ti-. .I. if. C. C-irtis. .Republican, will assume the dune or .county vice will K. Q. Benton. Detno .crat. removed by tho peiple. Asa Tur ,y.'n. Republican, will preside over the .(innty c-urt in place of (-. Holtoni. fndO. C M -ro, Kspnblic'iu.wiit relieve Din Lwij, Democrat, of Ins duties as Jftc)rder. while Ci u. li. Ei wards. Re .publicin, will take the ptae of Ilbiiry 'x, Djiiwcrat. TVie remainder of tho fiii!,J" liMe-l bv rP'h;icin and will tin 4, . li.'.'i1 a nlt Century. Fifty, y4rS ;S n' L;ng tim to travel Iifejr,,rf.t..w.i- jojaHlier. ami !)ut few atn Granted thin lmnn Fit.v rnrnr. d-tig," hvin been e-ent out a few days r ' (.reviuiid. I i vs f.... 1' I uiii I nil o'clock n. m. to 7 o'clock p. in. tho following ladle's were enter tained: Miss Mag Kuley; Mesdames M. Kreelc, H. Evans, M. Soper, Sarah Wiison. S. IlussehJane Peters, K. O'Fal Ion, Marv Curry and D. E. Bennett. A delightful time was passed recalling many reminiscences of earlier days, af ter which an elegant luncheon was par taken of. As a token of tho high es teem in which they held thir host and hostess, they left the following beautiful mementos: Gold sugar shell, buttei knife and cream ladle, in Morrocco case. After the departure of these ladies, tho following ladies and genlleniei called upon tho "Bride and Groom" and remained their guests for tho remaindei Mr. G. V., Cummins, T. C. Dungan, T. H. Hmde, George I Luckhardt, S. fl. Wbitmur and their wives; Mrs. Sue Pinkston, Mrs. Kat Ruley, Miss Xan Fulton, of Ohionn, Xeb.; and Mr. Levi Znok. A merry and hajipy timo was had by nil, the groom contributing in r.o small degree to the amusement and entertainment of the guests, for he is known far and near for his jovial disposition and ready wit. Af ter supper, and it was a supper that would have graced the table of a king's mansiuc. tho brido being an adopt in ) the culinary art, -Mr. .Levi .ook, as spokesman and in behalf ot the guests present, presented in a neat ami touch ing speech, a fine gold-headed ebony cane, ecgrnyed in handsome letters, "E. Van It." George Weber, Esq., ot Forest City, could not be present, but snt a letter of regrets and good wishes, accompaned by a pair ot gold cuff but tons. The others present on this memorable occasion were the members of the family: Their daughter, Mrs-Priscilla Whitmer, her husband, Martin, and daughter,Miss Jennie. Their son Alex nnd wife, and their daughters, Misses Carrio an J Re becca. To father and mother they gave a pair of gold spectacles and a gold lined tea cup and saucer. Mr. E. Van Buskirk was born in 1S22 and his wife in 1324, both having reach - ed threo score and ten, Mr. V. passed this time by two years. having It is the Mineere wish of Tin: Skntisf.i. that they may live to reach the live scoro mark, and from present indications they bid fair to do so, for their health is belter now than it has been for many years. For Uncle Ellzey, ;n addition to the high regard in which Ae hold him as a citizen and neighbor, we have a particu lar warm spot in our hearts for him for the reason that ho belongs to the"craft;" that is, he Mastered the adjustible al phabet when young, and has always aided in everyway that he could those who belonged to the profession of the "Art Preservative;" He was a journey man printer when he landed in Andrew county, Mc in June, 1S42. In 1S4G. he set up one or tho first, if not the first printing press in the Platte Purchnse, which was a Washington hand-press in Savannah, upon which was printed the Savannah Empire, with L. D. Xash. as editor. He set up this press, leveled it, laid the cases, made the rollers, nnd started the paper to running. After wards in 1S49 he became editor and publisher ot this paper, continuing in that position for one year. In 18.72 he re moved to this county, and about tho year 1S51 helped to start the first paper in this county, the Xews, of this city.by c.ontribiitingS2-).00. Dr. Jabez Rob:non, .who will bo remembered by many of our older jSitizens, was the editor. The paper- is still being published, hut under a new name and management, being now known as The Holt County Sesti At the Different Cliurelio.s. ine Christian aunday school gave a most excellent entertainment on Christ inas eve. The church was handsomely decorated and filled to its fullest ca pacity by an appreciative audience. Tbe program, a pretty cantata, was ren dered in superbstyle by the participants. The music rendered during the evening on the piano by Miss Maggie Perkins and Mit8 Eflie Proud was a most attrac tive feature in the evening's perform ances. Every part was well carried out and the selection was very fitting to the occasion, and in that is employed every grade in the Sunday school andgayn all tomelhing to be especially interested in. The list of presents wore quitp good and the distribution auorued much enter tainment after Santn Clauu came in. All pronounce it a success and wore glad for being there. at thk m. k. onunoii. The Christmas entertainment bv the Methxlii:t Sundav school occurred Christmas Eve.. according to custom. nnd consisted mostly of religious exeicises and innocent fun fur the children. Tim participan s volunteered their parts, be ing musical selections and recitations by theynunz folks, the music being partic ularly good. The Pastor, Rev. M. B. Smith, made a sbi.r impromptu speech to the children in his usual pleasing i:tyle, Mini he did his part so well, that be was frequently interrupted iy their laughter. The feature of the exercises was a pnst- oflice having boxes, general delivery. pHStniaeternnd assistants, and the celer ity with which the large mad was hand led would liavft made Deacon Shutts open his eyes, the mail was late, as usual, and came in an iiumense snow ball, which was rolled across tlto stage amid shouts from the little folks. Each scholar received an appropriate letter from his teacher, and these were very pleasing. .Imagine the prize and expec tancy with which each littlo tot would go forward at call of his name and get a sore enough letter addressed to in in with a real stamp on it! Candy, nuts, iruits. etc were in abundance nnd ice evening's entertainment left a satisfied feeling on all present. Cons'denng the .-hort time left to prepare anything after the revival meetings closed, we thiuk that on the whole the exercises were simple, neat nnd good and reminded the hearers or. Uhrist and his birth moro than of tradition and novelty. AT THE (iOIXlKEU HAtTIST CHl'ltCH. On Christmas Eve. the memlx-re of the colored Haptist Snndny pcIkjoI IiikI mi eii(rt;iiiir.ient r.t their church for the little folks nr.l tho bis folk Tha exorcises, consisted of sonirs, ppts'ikinjr, etc., put tho princi-ij-il fiMturo -is tho Dosttjflico. conduct ed in refutation stylo, with tho P. M., ait:iiit and a full lorco of clorkn. Not a prtv.ito box was utrd, oveijthint: be ing di'iivorod through the general de livery, nnd such a hustlinsr as thev did do to iret the handso:uo rresonta thero for one and nil. It was indeed n i d-l:::'".tful a!T :;r. Iriaoly onj vol by ail. itMiiloiiHftljiaii Sopjcty. T"i,: president pjlled tha soniety t oriior at 'oVloolt last Friday afternoon ''he secretary road the iijinutes of the oreceding meeting. I'rjder the order ol ew .business was the election of ollicers. The elected were: Tros., Will Schulte: Vii;a Pre:.. Mortie Martin; Secy. Leigh D.iliyns; Treas , G Slock; critic, Mhinclie Morrison: (Curator, M. Montgomery: Attv., Heury Ilayden; Marshal, Itoy Kunkel. There being no other Lusinesd to at tend to they proceeded to carry out the following program: Song, school. Ksay, Amelia Kollmer. Biography of James A.Garfield, Jessie Lewis. Instrumental soio, Effio Proud. R'citnlinn, Mary Greene. Quotations, Morlie Martin. Vocal solo, Leona Schulte. Memory gems, Stella Dungan. Recitation, Utileo Burnett. Song, male quartett. Extemporaneous speech, Lso Callow. Heading, (Jlaude Mct ariund. Inslrumontal duett. Misses Morrisan and Murray. Paper; editor, Gertie Bennett; associ ate editors, John Peret and M. Caskey. Music, mandolin club. Recitation, Corda Watson. Quotations, Jennie Bakur. Song, male quartett. Toast, Etta Caskey, Besponse, Prof. Gray. Vocal solo. Lucy Peter. Recitation, Mamie Montgomery. S.ing, school. A Jdress, Pres. Appleman. The visitors were: Missos Xellie Montgomery, Flora Z".chmau, Ida Ken nedy, Xellie Graham, Bertha Lmvis, Elsie Bennett, Edith Hmde. Ellen Fust r. Josie Berres, Maggie Perkins-Amelia Walker. Fannie McXutt, L2zio Zich- inan. Messrs. Ira Peter, Chas. Watson. It. C. Beuton, Barney Kunkel, Wilbur Smith, Chan Kunkel. Chas. Parson. Goo. Zachmnn and Mrs. L. Simpson, Mrs. J. W. Kroider and Mrs. Robert Montgom ery. KdiH-iitiiniiil Meeting:. Program of tho educational meeting at Forest City, Mo., Saturday, Jau. l'.i, ISXi: 10:45. "Music in Public School," J.J. Glass. General discussion, appointment of committees and other business. ll:4-"j. Adjournment for dinner. 1:15. -Teachors Meetings," Com. F. . Maxwell. 1:10. "Xeedsortho Rural Schools," Supt. L. X. Grav. 2:10. "The Harp of a Thousand Strings," Ex Com. W. F. Drake. 25. "Queries of a Youug Teacher," Miss Gertrude Iluiatt. 2:50. "Things a Teacher Should Xot Do and Why," Supt. U. V. Gallaher. 3:20. "Literature iu the Common School," Miss Susie Beeler. :i:40. "Primary Members," Prin. Mol lie E, Palmer. General discussion following each pa por. Social Events. Miss Josie Berroa entertained in her inimitable style Wednesday night, 20th. Miss Elsie Bennett was entertainer to a large number of friends, Wednesday night, 20th. w A number of Willard Prcud's fri?nds ;if tiar.wl nt lita hrinA lli n r.i In V nttilit 27th, and passed a pleasant evening. Miss Maggie Perkins entertained a party of young lady friends at dinner Wednesday, 20th, complimentary to Dr. Aiker. Miss Bernice Richards entertained a few friends last Thursday evening. Music and dancing was indulged iu and a very pleasaut evening was passed by all present. Miss Effie ProiuJ entertained her friends Wednesday night, 2Cth. in school girl costume. AH report a merry time, and say they fancied they were at school again enjoying themselves as of yore. The Colored Scliool. Tho writer enjoyed the privilege of a visit to the colored school of our city on Friday of last week. The order was unusually good and seemed to be not put on for the occasion, but had rather the appearance of nn every day affair. Some of the oldest and most advanced I studenss were absent, but those present seemed to be industrious ant! thorough ly in earnest about their work. The modo of instructing was thoroughly in line with modern affairs and the teacher seemed to be a well informed and in telligent man. An occasional visit from white people would encourago nudstim u.late both teacher and pupils. M. B. S. Dedicatory Services. The new Christian church at Xew Point, is now completed- seats placed, painted inside and out; nnd to say that it is one of the finest houses of worship in the county, is not a misstatement by any means.for it is a handsome stucture, througout. To Messrs. Ilardman Bro's., assisted by other leading mem hers of that denomination, is due much credit, for :hey worked untiringly, al most day;ar.d night, to make a success of the undertaking; and besides Ihey contrihuted largely of this world's goods to aid and help along tho enter prise. Xow, the next thing is tho dedication, which will be held iu tho church next Sunday, Dec. lgill. The didicatory sermon will le delivered by Elder Con nors, of Fillmore, and he will be assisted in the other exercises by Elders Preeton, of Mound City; Craig, of Forest City. MoFarland, of Oregon; Trimble, of Fill more, and Elder Nies, of Cottter uni versity, Lincoln, Xeb. A cordial invita tion is extended every bxly to bo present, and especially the brethren. A protracted meeting will be com menced immediately after the dedica tory seryices by Elder Preston, of Fill more, to which a" are extended a cordiul invitation to attend. TJo Weather. VUF.CIIMTATION Rain maximum, minimum. Fall. Snotv Deo. 1J 02.5 . .11.0 20 C2.0 12.0 21 50.0 :i:.o 22 4t.U 20.1' si rlQ ;rio 24 45.0 iW.r 25 29.0 l.'JO Traco. Obituary. TVlithn J. Pennington was bqrn, Ojt. 11, is:ii, in Washington countv. Iml.. and waa marriod to Archibald O. I'n- nington in 1H5.". Tins h unbuild died '21 yearn before her. To tlium wero born iyecuildrorii throe pons nnd two daugfi- r, one daiighter and three (una uur. ivo her. She united with the (.'liriHtuu church nbout l'J years ago and has livtxl a christian bfo ever flince. S!io died, Doc. 1C. Ityi. nt St. JoHeph, Mo , u liero she hnd gone for treatment. Hor ro mains were brought to Holt county, and ntirrml in tlm Khitvimw rniptirv. 18, funeral eorvices lining conducted by 13 T I. II...... Rev. Jof-eiili HnVH Tho children wifli to express their tliHiiliM to t lio neilibcrs and frionds who assisted them in hor sickness neddonth. V. Annual Kicctliui. The nnntral mooting of the stockhold era of tho Montgomery & Uoecker Bank ing Co- of Oregon, M, will be held nt their uflice, between the hours ot 0 o'clock a. m. nnd 4 o'clock p. to., Jsnu- nry 7th. 189-, for the purpose of electing three directors for the ensuing year,nnd i nny other business that may be present- ed at said meet inc. ROUT. MONTGOMERY. .27. ISiM. President. Cijri.stiniis Visitors. 'Miss Cora Brown ia tho guest ot rol alive in Kansas City. Miss May Curry with friends and relatives in ht. Josopii, J. W. Baker nnd wife are visiting relatives and friends in Savannah. Walla Frame, of Maui:d City, was doiyt. among his numerous friends. Xed Moss and wife, of St. Joseph, were here, the guests of his mother. W. R. Hoffmtinn nnd family, of St. Joseph, wore here with home folks. Mrs. L'tura D.ivia is entertaining her sistur,Miss Maud GIasc-ck,of Oneida Kis. Jcncs Comer and family, of near M-und City, visited with his mother in this city. Mrs. Susan Russell is taking care of her daughter, Mrs. Ora Crampton, of Kansas City. William Ball, Jr., ot St. Joseph, came up and visited with pa and ma, over Christmas. Miss Minnie Murray, who in nttend- f DK p., College at Parkville, ia at home for the holidays. Sam Schulto and wife nte their Chribtinns dinner with Dr. Bever and wife, of Amazonia. Joe Williams, wife and children, of Relvidure, Xeb., are at home with their parents in Forest City. Gouv. Morris and wife are making it pleasant fur his mother and brother Q'ikloy, of K-insas City. Georgo A. Walling and wife, of St. Joseph, were the guests ot Mra: W's mother, Mrs. M. E. Moss. Hnry H.irmon, of Mound City, was here on "Sunday- a little previous but ho was hero just the same. - W. II. Sears, wife and child, of Ma. con, were the guest.s of his-broUierHn-law. Dr. J.T.Thatcher and wife. Quy Cummins, of Mound City, was here nnd helped devour turkoy with his parents, G. W. Cummins nnd wife. Henry Fiegenb.ium, assistant prin cipal of our schools, is passing the holi days with his brother in Fairbury, Neb. C. C. More, recorder-elect, had the pleasure of looking after the welfare of his father, Mr. S. Moore, of Mound City. Jonas Whitmer and family, of upper Holt were here, tho guests of Mrs. W's father aud mother, E. VauBuskirl: uud wife. Clark Stocking, a former Oregon boy, but now u resident cf Troy, Kas., is here as tliegueet ot his aunt, Mrs. Uuldu Morrow. Sam ".Valsh, of Forest City. -accompanied by his niece. Alius Eva Bridge, of this city, are with relatives in Brown ville, Xeb, D. A. Brodback, ot Frankfort. Kas.. made his auuunl visit and gladdened the hearts of the old folks at home by his arrival. Frank Allen, of Craig, could not miss being in Oregon during the holi day season so he was here as bir and natural as life. Rov. W. R. Christy, of St. Joseph, is here visiting his children. Murril and Edith, who live with their grandma, Mrs. Bettie Bunker. W. B. Ilinde and wifo are being visited during the holidays by Messrr. Arthur and John Cox, of Polo, Mo., who aro brothers of Mrs. Ilinde. Mis Cora Cowan and Misses Gracio and Bessie Cotlin, who aro atteddiug the Tarkio College, are atthe home of their parents in Xew Point for holidays. Miss Lulu Chad duck, who is teach ing in tiie public schools at Maitland, was at home for Christmas dinner with her parents, George Chadduck and wife. Mrs. E. S. McDonald is entertaiuing hor brother, Ataos W. Ruhl. of Perry, Oklahoma. This is his first visit to old Holt Einco ho lefi. here, twelve years ago. Miss Fannie MeXutt, who has charge of the grammar department in our publio schools, is at hor homo in Bowling Green, this stale, for the holi days. Mrs. Jennio Peter entertained Henry Carnell and wife of St.. Joseph. Hor si3tor-in-lavvR.Mrs. John and Mrs. Georgo Stuckey, of Platte county, are also hor guests. A. C. Waro and wife were made hap py bv the arrival ot Mrs. W's sister, Mrs. Anna Simonton.of Li Junta, Cd. She was accompanied by her sous, Lae and Ed. Ed Cooper and wife, formerly Miss Jennie Shutts, were entertained by Henry Shutts and wife. They returned to their home io Evanston.Ills., Tuesday evening. Mont Curry, of St. Joseph, was hare to see his mother ana oilier relatives. Charley Jewell came along with him and visited and ate turkey with his uncles and aunts. Will Drury, wife nnd children, of St. Joseph, wero here and helped to dis pose of the many good things prepared by Grandpa and Grandma, George P. liUchardt nnd wife. David Free, of St. Joseph, ia visiting hia sisters. Mrs. Elvira Carter and Mrs. Sarah Huffacher. Walter Free, a nep hew, from the same place, is r.lso being entertnined by them. Ferd Crampton. of Kansas City, could not stay at home because his wifo was here, so he put in nn appearance nnd did amplo justico to everything in the eatnble lino placed before him. Georgo Gmieris taking ins holidaye in St. LouK ami when ho returns it is rumored that ho will bo accompanied by Mrs. George Comer. In anticipation of tho truthfulnew ofthe rumor, we join with his many friends in extending con gratulations. Fred Darnell, wifo. and two bnbics are hero visiting Grnndpa and Grandma, M. IX P.i-sons aud wifo. They will re turn to their home in Xorfolk, X.b.,next Monday. Prod formerly resided hero, and put in his time to good advantage renewing old acquaintances, Will R. Fulton and sister, Nau of Ohiowa, aro here and are tmiiig tnken caro of bv their-aunts, Mrs. Lottie Vau- Buskirk and Mrs. G'"frge Anderson. Having culled this place their homo sevoral years ago. they hnv many friends wlio aro assisting to oittko their visit pleasnnt. 1 Mrs. Prank Ooylo, of Mnitlnnd, is lying very low with lung trouble. Dr. Wymati. of Mnitland, who him been yery sick with pleurisy, ia bow im proving. J. II. Duncan. of Mnitland, was nt. tending to buisnena iu Oregon, lat Tuehday. Andy Kreek nml family linvo ro. turned from llioir visit with Mound City rolutivod. Tho collection "for tho pKr" at tho 8!nloii U It. church liibt Saturday nigtl was iTtiO. Rv. Bs, of Mnitlnnd, wus called to Chillicotliu, tins werik, to parform a innrriago ceremony. A new Evangelical church l being built on the road just uortli of the Har mony school bause. George Crinwell, of Mound City, has purchased a stock of general merchan dise nt Marietta, Kansas. Philip Schlotzhauer, who lias been j auil eii:lt for nveral dy, whb ulile to lka nn t ttt-r In at WnfltrMV I bo up town lnut Haturdny Dorn, to John Curtis, Jr., nud wife, Friday, Dec , 21st., 1891, a bojj baby. Dr. Kind ley in attendance. ro aro sorry to I earn that Sire Matilda Harmon, of Muitlnni1, tin lieen quite sick, and is Mill cnutlued to her bed. The second quart orly mootinff of tho Free Methodist church will bo hold nt Mound City, commencing December 28th, nDd castinqing nrer Sunday, Assistant IVistnmstor. Will Zook, is confined to his room, uud has not been able to be out for sernral days. ' Frank .Lynch is tilling his-pluee in tbe postollice at prefect. Wo hone to soon see Will up and nroun.l again.. TRY M From Now Until Jan. 1, 1895 r f THY fie m j f Candies, Nuts, Ktu , fur tho Iloli MfT fC flN i I day Trade. A fine iiHcnrtmeril. it Y Jw F Cf 1 Special Rates for Chrititmaii Tretn, I Festivals und Parties. IE f0H Mg F FOR ') f f (. f ( MM F Ffl R ! HOWARD FOREST READY FOR Kreek Bro's. are TRY THY m business, summer or winter, but now that Jack is here Again and is nipping your fingers, Kreek Bro's are ready with nice warm SHOES, BOOTS, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR and outfittings, so that you may defy the weather. A special line of neces. sary articles, just right for Call in at once, for we can please you in price, quality and variety to select from. KREEK BRO'S, Oregon, Mo, K'K 1 Styles in Furniture It costs no more to Secure Attractive Styles in House hold Adornments ?nd 1 Furniture Than to accept and antiquated DENNY & Arc fitted with new. modern styles, reliable in make, in fg FURNITURE, WALL PAPER. FUR and SMYRNA RUGS. 58 WINDOW SHADES, The most Complete Line of UNDERTAKERS QOODS In Northwest Missouri. DENNY & SCHLOTZHAUER, Oregon, Mo. Cloaks and Clothing AT COST FOR Next Thirty J Be Paynes, Extra Select Oysters nor can "J-hj Standard " " 2tu Medium " " " .rjc Crackera Fnmh and Good. ( Candles for Chrifttninu Treea 12 j diir?reut sizes. Don't forgot to ask ! for Special raloa on Candina and lNuU for X runti Trees, Festivals, Etc. ( Groeeries, Canned Goodu, Baisins, Cununts, Citron; in fact, anything you may need in Die Grocery line. Lunch, hot nnd cold, at all hoiirn Finest Lunch (ounle Seryice in the Couuly. Finest Lunch Counter and Bout Anything in my lino, and you will never regret it, but ahvaju come back again. Youra Truly, S. TEARE, CITY, ZLvHO. BUSINESS. always ready for old-fashioned wares. SCIILOTZHAUER Etc. OREGON. MISSOURI. Jays Krnrilr f!r:i1i:t!ii ia in Vanillin fitv Neb , where ho is agisting Minor Taylor in las Horn (luring tlie holiday. Married, Wednesday evening, Dec. l'., 18Dl..IohnStith and Miss IvzieWil li.iuih, 'S'uire Knuuher otthiuting. John Kwom, of Maitland. has sold tho t-Iev.itor at that pUco to Neillor & Co., of Skidinore. Consideration, ?U0O. Cirt uit Court. rillimin t tin-mil iliu-ki-: ef rlri-nit court ulili-li rivaii4 M"iiit.iy..li4iiu;iry J. I'U'i: lOfllTH l.VY.TMtlflly..l.M,.UV IU. Kinllv .tillf . llitvnl U lliilI-lull.T W. K HtillilutliT ami Jaiiiri II. llutllMltrr: Miit on note. Kmit & Kr.e-or vs. JJrwge SioMlsnss, IH'lt., .I.I1T .Sn.rilr.t.-l, inlrril aili r ; atlaclllllf lit. ;.-Imm-.m r.irl- r CIU of lira-son; itam ia. Wnt. K. Knliieiii vs. W. S. Tlniiuim & t'u. ; cull urtlini. HI TII ll.W, Ull laV. I XNCAKV II, lWJ. A. I.-iukIiIiii, I'nhlla- AilmliiUtrat'jr In -h.tis ol a-.t;it- of lit njHtiilii ("Hit. decrasraj, vs. V. II K.l) ; :inv.ii frnnt .1 . I. S'ale. lay Miltin I. Ilrniiili.uieli.rnlteptiir. v. Kiiii'a.i-irily M. & I'amucil III11H3 lUll- raa.ul ('niiia.iiiy : t.u Milt Joliu II. Amla-r 111. a lmliiMratair of t:ite ol Wiltl.1111 Aiairrvn, Itt-nl , vv ('li.irlo II. Ami rrvan ; rtvtl ;irtlon. Il:nry Kriitlln VI- Alkll Gkavill ; oji cl-llia-llt. ujXtii; hav, satlhhw ja.vi-akv 12. lw,. IjAtU' Ki-Iway vi. 1'lArence nnli:ry; di- ani'a'. M.iry Majlmli vs. Wilitnm M:a!iti!i ; d-orca-. .Iialin i;mlirl- v lintlirle ; allvorce. Utile .M. Wlilt-vi. .I.alin W. Vlnl4-; illvorci-. Ita'illia.s. KiiiiiI'uiii yt. A-iiiiw KiiiiiImiii; llv.rae. M.rv.M Tajlor vi. Arthur l. T.i.ir; di- orra-. Amy Ar.'iiilroii f.Jrliii V. Ailnilrfili; di-ort-r, .l.a.a.11-1 V;il vh. ."-.mill K. Wall ; tivmic SKVf.MII la.'.V, 'liiMUl, .lANUHlV II. IKC. I.M. Ihitrt . l.-;i.ta:"ljsii;cli.i:iruf venue fraalil Alailo:i (ttltnl,. K.tmila- lla-l v. Ttal- cllllt; of irmte from Ala:il,m ciaiiiitv Frnl ItoUinl s .l.iina". l; ..iii. :..tKil from Tli(atii:iH.f. Kiiin.cit n. It.ilj'-it -i. ilejir ; vilt 11. Iiote MSIIIMI.J l.'KslaA V.MM ARV 13. !'.. J.n;..t li-a-ik vs IMrltiiKl-m d illi,nri JU.i-r ItalIrai.ot I 'ailMOtlr , 'l.llliC- Ki.a.inl K. iVlia.ihii.tii-i.!i.'iriT. Ifv-ta-rr'. p.tilna ri li the iMtna-af WIIIl.iiui & lti-ctrr s Ilia- K:ma.ii I'lty. Mt. .lai,-nli & Coui.eit 1:1 nil s i-illiu.nt niiiji.iiit . -I.ti. i.xa-. Isaac t amn s. .ii. J. I.ukrin ; .ror.il mut 'I liat I;lr.Iit!I ''.in;..iii r. A. K. hiiiltb ami S. I. Itllllka-r. -Mil aall a,te 1K.NTII lV, WKIINKaaltAV. JAM AI1V 1C, l'.ra. Tie-M.ila: of .Ila-iiiri al tin- ia-latia:i ai.it t tin- la- lit Cll.irla-s O'lf ll V a. .liana .1. AilCllll III It tiraory ; sllltoiiatUa-lllla'-lit iHlti-t. lla-orrij i;.lU-:jHl. hllllllalla; Blinia-S, au ir,i ln:, .1. I. Juliii li t'tli, . v .1 M Wilvai. Jama-. K Wltsain aitil ll-:ir aVatka-i;i.fjit an nitti-. Clllrill'ia-Mra k : nuua Ifutla-r, 4a-l : tiitltraiiil 1'cler lliili.i. .tin V St vs. JMclia-lt ;tISi:i ajid M r .1. ;r:."?!n ; atl.i' liiuim. Calvin M i.iiilll;n.ii v. Wm. T f trintli. Ni. frl .Montiaae;!- Bud .l!Krt ifr.rt, a-ml ac- lion. J a M. Konl vs .Mm W l!.il!il.-r ai.it Isaac 11. Miliuili; suit mi leaia- Ma-! II T. I.ii'-ai v. eiajIa:ii p. Uiri.Of ; attaci.ina nt Il'.n.il Si Ki r vs. Julia Con's . Ilniiil (S Kifi-r vs. Holt Caaiinty Km!.. T. W .MH'n). IiIm it I'.itl.T-oli.Jr.. .1. 31. Ao-tiii. Jaint-s l'alt'-rson ami lt rt Imrliain, t!anns!ia- of .I'ltiu I'anik; .tr:itslunanl uii'lr alLurtlniarnt. Iliiinl & Kta-r vs Jisa-pii parista. Itar-its'ia-tr a.t John ('iu:k;rtJi:ril.iiii-iit i:intrr ftUclMi.a-ct. Hull fmli'ty vs. Itaiibaif ItiHinil I in, tiiri.i sliea- nf Win. S. Cannoa an 1 Huti K. .i. lili:i- auil, Jl-lt Cniia v vs. TlieCitlzi-as" iS-vikof Drvfaa. e;.irnl-li. o! Wir.. a. flali!ei:i adl iluii K. . Itubinsii, Marion. Mr. "!r rk's fatlafr Is it',i.on rin t!il s?k. - Jim shiaArnaiaj 'f a;i: ns:tir. :a Mait land last Hirtk. A full lions.- gree!i.sl tlie nvr preacli-r,lv. ISitry. last Smulay. Mary S:!irll. of M. .f'jvjih, his Cirtar n'juif tlavji:Il.l tfie wil.ta-1. Tile rtc.-nt ra.a ralat tli- rivr "i tli: Cuirkc & Mtl.rrr ara- ai ;aa -iiu ; a.'i . Thescl.aa.j faoarj jiire!iasst t!i- r.fir eA:s catloit cliar: fruni i'n:. Cj-ak. :ravtl;:.s a : . M?-si..lt...fc Marion -lid N -:- A jjaim al; :.ttcaiieil tar ura iu Ur.-au last fna. DIKiit. 11 v. lr"ie;e.ibii:u c!ntfrl a Very inr .eries 1 lacellLSs a: ttie I jermai. it. K. r--4inr last iveth Mr, K ihta's chllalren have t.an-3 quite ie with sfarlaliua, but are now aU!r t-t lv i: --cliuol again. The spelims ;tor.: Ia-t Wrduej-iay n.-jft: , waei. atteniied ami g-sxl aj.-;er t rcv.u.ea t tliraii.giems. Ciamp:ea, i usie Korar) lupert uf the Mart.a ssrt-.'Kjl for th- thirt 5 nxnitli, ending Ihre. 7. tstl- Xaa. pnp:!s en ' ra-iird, I'a ; ljat ia. o: Jaa atteiiOed ty all 1K I'll". : average o. el da? alteu-ied pr' p'JI'Il. 1 1 7-15 ; o. ef fnipiis a:teiidir.s each its. I j.-,;-37; i. ofcxseji'l t-irJities. ?x Tae l-a- , lowing a.e the n.ima..u. tl.aae l:ajuere pr -- 1 eilt everv da and not fact) . Luu'lm. Kielt:. I and Ail;-ni JH-iiti!. K:ums, Ami.-:. Laor aud. Cora Al';'U!ia.li,t.;iir:e aud Lena llauiceker. '- aiill Crcok. Sam McKlsick haahceii ;ui:e ;c. Mrs. 11. K. Cr..ell lu beta !aai ick li the p:isi week. qalto J tiur l.ti-rary is progr-.'sslni very nicely. We have UK int'ers enrolled uud a crux etc ho-c every 1-r.day. There was .jntte a sneist j-atherlnn at Char les Mai kt's .a-t Tiiisday evening, lae )uuug folks I'lijoyeU tha-mrlvei I'.ugel). Ahraham Flefa'lier and Mr. Hea iley are still l.untltig tor water. Alae sivs he has struck it at hut. his well 13 IJ feet deep am! the water lour. Win. Kisk is having aa adiliiion built to hi' hoiiv, whieh adds ver inach li his heauttiul i.jiiif. J.icah W iiitiner His baitt an adJinoa to liis house alx'. Mrs. Kh-tcher recrlvrd a tvlaram that her alaii-'litiT. Mm. . Tli;iini-ni. ot Osi.inie. M.. n:.s Ivluat I In- jvint ul death. wkcresueslart- etl tor liiiiiietllaliy. -.l.ut'b Khizand J. A.Srittlinrelrtjlnsq.ilto a louiulalloii tor .nr. luuicr. ot uregmi. vve fee! 'ire thai Mr. Collier will be very much pleased with the nnrk. a thuM-yi ut.Vmeii are counted two ol the finest stone mason Iu the tate. i Little Jorusnlem, More Properly Kiiuwn as DeliorniT.svillc. Hiram Fullertoti. of Mauberry. is here with tlie brethren. Miss Vina Peter and two cousins are visit iiiK S. ZoKer. l!eo. W. Ilickerson isat '.vork on a?S0 foot well for Allen Llshtle. lt.rii. to Mrs. Annie Stafford the itli,a girl, llramliia Strnlirii in haiDv. .loun Con ley, the naK rt'ln stitcher of Malt- land, was hi the VUle sun Jay. I lie house ecciipiral hv Ed UiHhlpaSture taiirn.nl In the crou.id the -'ina. lasmaid Nevtll sold Ids roadster to John Uwensaud hid farewell to llarniuny. CI ireuce and Cla ton Appleman are home to siend Hi- hollilavs with pa aud ina. Health isizood and all la unlet on Kamaw CriS'k since Ike fishers of lueu have cone to shore to wash their nets. Dave Miurndsaiii. more properly known as lliiniirsou. is lavlm: the foundation of the new church and Mill we Ikmuii. .lobii !trcrt-t rolletl in from f.iMioir, irn.. the-"st and anchored hisschasmei lu th- vllle over niKht eiiroute toSkldinoretoaapeudChrtst mas wilh S. 1. Nevlll. Mr Christian, lheeilucator.caueil the lit tle folks to dance for Ja tho ttst. by orderlns Santa CUus to treat the school hefore .several of theiu went to the queeiiClty to spend Christ inas. IllprA AIA?4!. New Point. S It rass.Arai)s Li-nU and others spent Xmas in Hi. Joe, ..... Mr. .M.iltirt Webster juiidajml with Mrs. Lyilia Wutister.olOreuen. John Leiitz Is spenilhii; his vacation In St. Joe. !lilswrek..lnhiilsan.Ma.llaoy. Joseph lloalKlus returtaeil home t.hrt'atma.i from M. Jje, where he had been for medical 'liicl'e Jacob Kayhlll wv at the ninty seat Thursday ot lat ueels iu bmhies. We areKlaal Uncle Jake Is able to be around again. Wesley lloiln'ns, l!ra-cr Caskey and wile and N. I- Tierce wero In Oreium Chrtstmax. Mrs. Matlie Webster spent Christmas with lief sister. Mrs. Jno. Kj-ger. ... - fnd. lllems cave his scholars a nice treat, eoiisistliisof c:imlle, lints, etc., on J'rialay last, also a two weeks' vacatiiHi. John knows how to please the little folks. I The eiita-r..ilniiieut at the rreabytcrtan church Cliristin. Evej.issl on pieasantiy and was well atiemlra. me lima- i"issuiu m i In the perfonn ince of the p.uti assicnai them, i "....i.. liillt.a N'owluml. one ol Iio:t s oldest I ami laest riiueiu. n i , heart disease on r n.i.iy rosni. . aiiiraa.! M.m.iav. 2. at K.ilrvlew cetiia-tery. The i were cominctaii r . , ,i,i i!.r Jnn.s. of Kialmore We will publish obituary next Mrs. J. It. Coffin and daughters Gracieand Bessie nnd MK Cora Cowan came home Thurs day ol last week t.i spend the holidays. The Misses Coffin ndCoan are attending schowl at Tarkio. Mrs. Coffin has been with thern to Ia.ok after their wants wU lie Ihey are attendlnic .sellout. They will return In ten days. Ned Farm For Sale. fnsm ft ortrnA I1' milAfl north S ll s. - s . - of Forbes 1. acres in orchard; good water etc. All ana auureie. II. F. GlBBS. (Elm Grove P. O.) Forbes, Mo. Keep Off. ,11 - a T.-. n m lia,ahv nrifafTa.l 4 ll fl f IiH jjui urn taa v hunting nnd olhnrwise tresnpassing up- on rov lands, will be vigorously prose j cuted under tbe l.nws of our state. Geo. P. ZaCCunARDT.. itiil'i. ChriHtmas Eve. Iu Maithtud- l I !..!.... I.. . iimv e tain Ins nr. house on Maple avi-nur. Tuesday mirnm ler KirJu.ijuo. Knusas, to Ciiristia.wfwtiviti.-s, . , iT!2l. Jwlsil uwrcUant which came here svl!liiS,lo it.H,s and cla.tlihi-:. f.nii.d Itataur ..Hi y iiivt sjun- lariter eradr ol jjaiirii pulh-d up stasit, ;,,t Wt fur-upiie aliait', know nlia-ra- Kaaituieortlieetiiiirtias in thW uliaamheU nn cnteMainiiieiil Mimita) evin)K. ami eiuh l.lac.. :,s cro.le;l Ai . I'hrisTiau cliUrcl. .-.rli -?:!.!. :u"'1"1 I'faram. wilch wsu writ lit, r .r iJo'- I- "-rlins J ...r.l ma1'- -"".ell. II. H e" S and rreiUtfamt bv ..a...." 1.. V .". . ' M"' "' -rcll, tt lllcll lOiaka-tl iiui-. Ia.li., vntti In-aiitlful preseufs. twth useful sui.1 oniameiit.il. which the isIVdUU ieur- sis vWai!- ai raft mS. m i? l",rr?!',1"K I'roiirani. Several vounc f!1"1 o pit .tM tilt autlieiioA verv miifh Forextcity "Mi.uday was a kI ,iay for the nxrchanU. home- roTksl"1''''" 11 t-'to, wttk Mlitialiij!;:1111'- Dannie, were at fam.V JVseJrs,.,',,1 CK' bvi,lt,n I. II. WllliaiTisaridf.iiuilr. ltVlr-.Vf. k--.. are vlsltn n I itivc heir. ""'"n,Kxi.. Mrs. K.J I'iiiksl.iu. ..f Maitland m.-u!a, . short visit I.. Ka.ia-si ruy Mon'tay. ' i ",J. ..V' Hi,ul' ". ltv, is visitiiiE wiU. I. IJ. Jfaauvrrallhe ll..t. l il.W. '""5W'U' ., "Y V v,"i,a I' " 1 uslit twit lotion Slala strwt ami is ;..(-1 hull.1 un them Znu. rt ami Krerest Uiiikui.of 'ftjIUanil K.is are vMtin-tin-family of t . J. 'A i-kiMu -Mis; ;rr:ni..- Ilui.ut Utaehnu Ua-ltMMh -:has Malierly. of i. Jnscpt,, Is vhlthn? li K. 'J' ,I,M "M, " tl..f .V" in"i'-" ' v-''1 '.C"'ll';te.l the r..unda. -ivei.ua? resi ieie t, on Oraml --On Ut S itiintar nislst sain partv or iwrtUi saa-ks ot Hour. Murine. J . .f-.."-. " uauahtcr. .f-ss. kfr. I. i r v i j ''i . r"r" "s-nde.l visit loKan asl a(.an' It.drpa-n.irnn-. -- ;t!e-,.,rl., ni tuir aiiuoI heu. J tf.M'll" rk. tiu,,.. tu, i,,-:,,, Hl th- tlrMl mn'.titzU.l-r tl.-dcijaat.aiid nn C-JiisM-ra-'j,-. T-r h.5, wa. Ok,.!.-.! at. 9 C. u. iirje , jx. Jamf-ai Meia.!if-- iif Af-li.aua.w,n,v ,has purchsswi the O.C IraH-eigtifj j acr; farta near Mound City Iteal Kstat- Transtem. The fa!loicg is a list f t.i oonTet'. w Siiftf'jr reward daricg the ending .SatuMsy. l-c 22. ifyi. Ut-fj-artJ by Gonr. iiorri, aUtracUr, Orajon, Mo.: vAaavjiTT VTJztx .lioiathirt&nd W.A naraiwrut Cha. K. r,',-r,r::; lrr la . . . jjw DtvM If. W.niijyjs, . tx j -.'-si.-.3r . M stil. r,sr v, T C. DW.SSS. : . - - V rCA. HH'Ttlt.Ja. V.ritti. Sr. M-m-tcrtr . zsm ... . ir , la . PaitsS en " fa J a5" te.eri? i- "-Cat jf Mtsaoair; It, TaJ. Caa5.a-T. a-1, " V .. ... Taiai in:'ts FWr- h-sJi? t r-u v.m-jj fractu.J li,--, ti, il-nj c.ly y: HO Ar. . A la ai,.. tjtrr-r sr.l . S- - T R. F. Kar- n.TrV'i). a; - ; '. a. r Jaja.. f.- Ram r? - H r'i. MtA-ivr. V 7.il.S li UatoJ:4 J j it r , v - a... :;a Mii-ia i; ictz sv V E Vrmml j . i.. i.. -j. a . .1. I tfc iw-ar la 7-ht ,i3 - I -1--V J. CSSj- I.. Jl. C. r?iaasaaj 7;-;a.ata7,33 O 5:t CIUJa! DEZr!. 4V R. rHs'.s ,n ar:f- :j e. F. it It. bWk IO, K'-fa ; isy AW-p.: l7p.Ttm.br Tr t W O.Taas. let IJaivt t. . :. Moxsai OTT Ex E , ItaJI3tv.C..aaacs.!utl.J.3.1aL 11. i. S I -,.-!; k. i3 w: I. ts.'x v Muona 3 53. Ci tt Ca t PINKSTOiN BROS $ Are receiving large in voices of cheap Boards and Shingles suitable for sheds and cheap Buildings. Gome in and see how cheap we will sell yon Bed Cedar shingles and all other Building Material. I OREGON, MO. It is our orivileee to on sin bnftir .und er your notice the now well knows Nickerson's Patent Bolt Shears and Scissors. . Nothing on the Manufacturer' has been left undone to reader, then worthy of a great name, and bo .aipanaa has been spared in making them tha. best shears ever made. The Manufac turer's claim their Patent Bolt will last,. give better satisfaction and keep th Shear sharp and in good condition long er thnn any Shear on the market. Er ery Shear full nickled and folly war ranted. Full assortment always on, hand; also left band shears. Schulte Bros., OREGON, MISSOURI Trustee's Sale. r ,Mllt . . j Clwh. ,1'" Vi-; . j . .7.7 dsird tk rok ' . . .. n jVAf lanA canal vaamistjaft In d of OctoIxr. lao. ann rrconieu in we recorder's mce of H It county, Missouri. In b'a-k tr POiW 393. conreyed to I.. I. KO r-, as trustee, me followlne deserlberl real eviu situate, lylne and kelne In the County ot Holt and Stateof sli'Mouri.fo-wll: The west half of the northeast quarter (a?H ne i).and e nortl w ss fourth iaf the "ath east iiiartei (nw J ol e J). All In eetlon wo. nineteen (15) In township No. flfty-nlBS (3) ot range So. tlilrtv-setren (37), eontalaliuj la all 120 acres, more or less. Wbicn said eoneyance was mads Id frost to secure the payment of u certain promissory note In 'aid tcd of trust described; and where as default has been made In ttae pB)iaent nt said note and the Interert thereon : now there for. I, thenndersrsneal trnstre. in pursaaBce ( said provisions of al4 deed In trust, and at the refiiiest nf tne Irsal halderof said note, afote said, will on MONDAT, JANITAUT 9. IMS, betwesn the honrs of ten o'clock la the fort niaajn and ftr o'clock lu the afternoon ot saltjV lar. at the north door of the court heateja tb city olOtrgtm, In ilolt county Miswmrl, Btn cfe.al tai sell all, or fomtich if said real nfsti as m-T be suinclent to pav said note, latciist and costs ot this rruccedina the sa lo be ak mblie aucucn io toe mgaesi Dioner ior caaa if and. L I. MOOKE, Tnmes.. Pinkston Bros