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BATTLE BETWEEN FISHES.
Two Days' Struggle in Which a "Tiger" Shark Is Killed by Smaller Enemy. A remarkable instance of a large man-, eating shark being attacked and killed . by a small fish has occurred in the local ; aquarium, says a recent Honolulu re-' port ' A shark measuring 12 feet in length was caught and placed in the shark pen ( at the aquarium. It was of the variety known as "tiger." and was an ugly t dark gray color. Eight men were neces- J sary to get it from shallow water Into the pen, which is 20 feet square and : five feet deep. "When the shark was placed In the pen & turtle and some small fish were in the water. Among the fish was one about two feet in length, known as anj ulua, which has much sharper teeth than the ordinary fish, but its jaws are not especially large. For a day after the shark was put Into the pen the ulua was kept busy dodging it, but the second day a marked change occurred, and visitors noticed that the two fish were swimming in company. The ulua kept) close under the shark's belly. Round and round the tank the pair swam, the shark trying to conquer the ulua. as it had all of the other fish, and the ulua trying to remain close to its enemy. After several days of this skirmish ing instead of swimming rapidly around, the shark would suddenly turn and lash the water and take an entirely different course. It was first thought that the creature had become enraged at being confined In such a limited space, but the cause was very different. From being a helpless, shrinking coward the ulua had turned Into a des perate assailant, and was savagely at tacking the shark. Apparently realiz ing that the tender portion of the shark was the belly and about the gills, the ulua confined its attacks to those parts of its enemy. The little assailant would dart under the big body, seize hold of tha flesh near the gills, and bite out small sections. Every time the sharp teeth of the ulua would tear away the shark's flesh the monster would writhe and thrash about in a frantic effort to seize oa its assailant, but a stroke of he tail would send the tiny oombatant ut of harm's way. Often as the big gray body would rush madly through the water the ulua would snap at the tail or tear away the flesh In other portions of the body. The wa ter was churned up so that neither of the coreiatants cnr,!d be seen. The smaller fish always fought close Hi upon its opponent, where it was out of reach of the enormous jaws and close to the rital spots of the shark. Thise warfare lasted for two days and two nights. Big holes were made in the shark's body. The flesh about the gills was torn away, and great patches from Its belly. The entire lower part of the ahark was cut and lacerated by the sharp teeth of its savage little enemy. Repeatedly the shark leaped two-thirds of Its length out of the water in a frantic endeavor to escape from its pursuer. The big fish finally gave up the con test and sought only to escape. The ulua was transferred to another part of the aquarium and the shark left In eace. but the attacks by the small fish had so weakened the shark that it died a few davs after the ulua was removed. CONDEMN ABBREVIATION. Physicians Dislike the Too-Common Practice of People Calling Them "Doc." "The St. Louis physicians who are making a crusade on the abbreviation 'Doc.' now in such common use, are do ing a good thing." said an old physician, "and I hope the thing will spread to other sections of the country. 'Doc' for doctor, has been in use a good long time and has enjoyed a good run in the popular estimate. It is much easier to ay 'doc' than 'doctor,' and I suppose In this age, when time counts for so much, the difference In the time re quired to roll the two expressions from the tongue amounts to something, though I am not advised that the St Louis physicians have objected to the tise of 'doc' on the ground of the time wasted in saying 'doctor.' "The main objection seems to be on the idea that 'doc' is lacking in dignity. Doctor is more dignified than 'doc' from the standpoint of the profession al man. Besides, 'doctor' is the correct word. Why should men call a 'doctor' doc?' We might as well speak of the -professor as 'prof.' or say 'pres for president, 'sec for 'secretary,' and so cm In an indefinite number of other In stances. Physicians do not like to be addressed as 'doc.' They have objected to the word from the very beginning of its use, and they will continue to object to it as long as its use is continued. "The crusade begun in St Louis against 'doc' is a good one, and It ought to spread to every section of the country where physicians exist We are 'doc tors if anything, and the term 'doc' Is not only a misfit, but it is offensive. I sincerely hope its use will soon be dis continued." Jack's Fatal Oversight. "I like you well enough, Mr. Uxmal," iald the perplexed young woman; "or, ; at least, I'm not sure I like you as well as I do Jack Cawdrey. He says he thinks of me 365 days in the year." ! "He wants one day off every four years, does he?" exclaimed young Ux- mai, with indignant scorn. "That kind of devotion doesn't commend itself to you, does it, Clarice?" Jack's doom was sealed from that moment. Chicago Tribune. True Enough. "Now, then, children," said the teach er, "what is it we want most in this "world to make us perfectly happy?" "De things we ain't got," shouted the bright boy in the back seat. Catholic J5U.ndard and Times. . 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DENTISTS -112-41.1 Follx St. Joseph, Mo. 3 Over Hendrick's Jewelery Store. Order of Publication. r-TATE OF MISSOURI. ' . County of Holt. S In the Probate Court of the County of Holt and State of Missouri. Auiriist adjourned term, held September 12. 1904. Albert Hardman. administrator of the estate of Anthonvllardinan.deceased.by Hon. ti. W. Murphy, his attorney, and presents to the Court his petition, praying for an order for the sale of so much of the real estate of said deceased as will pay and satisfy the re maining debts due by said estate, and yet un paid for want of sufficient assets, accompan ied by the accounts, lists and inventories re quired by law itt such case, on examination whereof "it is ordered tliat all persons inter ested in the estate of said deceased be noti fied that application as aforesaid has been made, and that unless the contrary be shown on or before the tirst day of the next term of this court, to be held on the 14th day of Xo vember next, an order will be made for the ale of the wholc.or so much of the real estate of said deceased as will be sufficient for the payment of said debts; and it is further or dered that this notice lie published in some newspaper in this county for four weeks be fore the next term of this court, and that the resident heirs of said deceased be each de livered a personal noiiou hereof by the sheriff of Holt County. Missouri, at least ten days before the tirst day of said Xoveniber term of court. STATE OF MISSOURI, i , . County of Holt. 1 1. Henry T. Alkire. judge of ti e Prob :e Court of said county, hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the original or .er of publication therein referred to. as tne same appears of record in my office. itness my hand as judge and the seal of our (SEAL) said court. Done at my office in Oregon in said county, this 12th day of Sep tember. A. I).. 1904. 11 EX R Y T. ALKIRE. .ludge of Probate Court. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, i County of Holt. f ss In the Probate Court of the County of Holt and State of Missouri, August Adjourned Term, held September I-', 1904. W. E. Stubbs, executor of the estate of Sarah Porter, Deceased Orderof Publication. Xow here at this day comes W. E. Stubbs. executor of the estate of Sarah Porter, de ceased, by Hon. T. C. Dungan, his attorney, presents to the Court his petition, praying for an order for the sale of so much of the real estate of said deceased as will pay and satisfy the remaining debts due by said estate, and yet unpaid for want of sufficient assets, accompanied by the accounts, lists and inventories required by law in such case, on examination whereof It is ordered that all persons interested in the estate of said de ceased be notified that application as afore said has been made, and that unless the con trary be shown on or before the first day of the next term of this court, to be held on the 14th day of Xovember next, an order will be made for the sale of the whole, or so much of the real estate of said deceased as will be suf ficient for the payment of said debts; and it Is further ordered that this notice be pub lished in some newspaper in this county for four weeks before the next term oi tins court, rmil that t he. resident devisee of said deceas ed, be each delivered a personal notice hereof by the sheriff of Holt County, Missouri, at least ten aays nerore me nrsi. uay oi nam .w vember term of court. STATE OF MISSOURI, I Conntv of Holt. "ss' I, Henry T. Alkire, judge of the Probate Court of said countv. herebv certify that the above Is e true copy of the original order of publication therein rererreu to, as tno same appears or recora in my omce. Witness my hand as judge and the seal of our (SEAL) said court, uone at my omce- in Oregon m said county, tins i-tn uay oi sop tember, A. IX. 1901. HENRY T. ALKIRE, Judge of Probate Court. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, In the Circuit Court, January Term, 1905. The Citizen's Batik, of Oregon, Mo., a corpora tion. Plaintiff, vs. At' this 18th day of July, 1904, comes the fiaintin nereiu, oy lvan iiau. iu uimnitj, nciore tne unuersigueu viur ui mis .uu m vacation, anu nies ins reiuiou aim Aiuu,mi. alleging, among other things, that Defend ants are not residents of the State of Mis livt lie Clerk of said CourMn vacation, that said Defendants be notified by publication tl.at Plaintiff has commenced a suit against them in this Court by attachment, against their property, the object and general nature of which is to re cover a judgment against them on a note for $1,000, and interest due thereon, given by the said Defendants with one C. W. Pierce, and C. M. Pierce & Co.. at d dated the 14th day of March, liHKt. Due September H. lm. ami to subject their property so attached to the pay meat of said judgment; and that unless the said Heieiidants he uuu appear ai. wns wmn, .. l... ,...-t tiiiiii tlnrivr In 111' hixrilll :tnd holden at the Court House in the City of Ore gon, in said County, on the 2d day )f Janu ary next, ami on tne ursi. iiay oi s;i;u h i in answer or pieao 10 uie pet n mo m s.uu .m.--. the same will be taken as confessed, and imliniii.nt ii-ill Iw. i-iiuliri :n-rt'ilitlrl. And it is further ordered, t hat a copy here of be published, according to law, in the Holt Count v Sentinel, a newspaper published in ...;.! n'.iit I'lmntr tit hvist nni-i- :i week for four weeks successively, the last insertion to DC a: least iiueenoays nemre i iiei-uiium-m mentor said January Term. 11HKV. GEO. V. HOGREFE, Circuit Clerk. Witness my hand ami the seal or the Circuit ISjr.AI LOIiri OI IIOIl Limny, uiis day y or July, 1!H4. CEO. W. HOGREFE, Circuit Clerk. n J ..F Dnkllnntinn I ui ucr "i ruuiiiiaiiuii. STATE OF MISSOI'KI, ' County of Holt. r In the Circuit Court January Term, 11HT. Charles It. Canon. IMaintitV, .losiah J. Pierce and Charles M. Pierce. De fendants. A r.t.liis ifith dav of Jul v. 1004. comes the i)i.,i..tiin.nini w T C. liuiiiriiii- his attor ney, before the' undersigned Clerk of this Court in vacation ana nies in reunion uuu Affidavit, alleging, among other things, that Defendants are not resiuenis oi me ouilu oi Whereupon, it is ordered by tiie clerk, that said Defendants be notified hy publication Il..i..titr lifiu fnniniried :i Slllf, ttff.'linst, them iu this Court by attachment against their property, tne oojecu uuu gunciaj huiui of which is to recover a judgment against timm rn nntii fnf LliYI Tinfl lnt.Hrfi.st. due there- on from April 1.190, given by th m, the said Defendants, in conjunction with one C. W. Pierce, dated the 13th day of March, A.D.. 1900, and due on or before the 13th day of March, 1901, and to subject their property so attached by Plaintiff to the payment of said debt and judgment; and that unless the said Defendants be and appear at this Court, at i.,. nov rPaom t.tmrfvif. trt lie liemm and I holden at the Court House In the City of Ore- 1 x ... n 4k OH Int T mi gon, in saiu uiuniy, on tucu uj i nu ary next, and on the first day of said term answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken .'is confessed, and judgment will le rendered accordingly. And it is further ordered, that a copy here of be published, according to law, in the Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper published in said Ifolt Countv, at least once a week for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least fifteen days before the commence ment of said January Term, 1905. GEO. W. HOGREFE, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record. Witness my hand, and the seal of the Circuit SEAL. Court of Holt County, this liith day of July, 1904. . , , GEO. W. HOGHEFE, Circuit Clerk. Administrator's Notice. "Notioeis hereby given, that letters of ad ministration uiKin the estate of John M. Lease, late of the County of Holt and Stateof Missouri, deceased, nave oeen grauieu io nu: I undersigned. Eldred E. Bunker, by the Pro ! bate Court of said County of Holt, bearing t lie I date of August 30. 1904. All persons having claims against said estate are required to e. , hibit them to me for allowance, within one year after the date of said letters, or thev mav be precluded from any benefit of such estate: and if Mich claims be not exhibited i within two wars f torn the timeof the pub lication oftllis notice, they will be forever .barred. KLOKKU E. ISIXKKIS. ' Administrator of John M. Lease, Deceased. September!'. 1904. ; This Will Interest 31 other. , Mother Grav's Sweet Powders for Children. Cure Feverish ness Had Stomach. 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Consult your nearest ticket agent for rat-s and information relative to hotels and stopping places. STOPOVERS IN ST. LOUIS. Stopovers for the Exposition allowed on through tickets. Buy through over the Burlington. Consult initial agent. or write the undersigned for rates, routes, berths, specific information and publications. K. H. CROZIEK, W. A. LA LOR, Div. Pass'r Ag't. A.ss'tGeifl Pass'r Ag't. St. Joseph, "Mo. St. Louis, Mo. VINE UOVEY, Agent, Forest City, Mo. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given, that the under signed administrator of the estate of Ira Peter, deceased, will make final settlement of his accounts witn saia estate as sucn ad ministrator at the next term of the Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri.to be holden in Oregon in said county on the 14th day of No vember, A. If., 1MH. ROBERT MONTGOMERY, Administrator. This 3rd day of October, 1904. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is hereby given, that the under signed administratrix of the estate of John It. Kearney, deceased, will make final set tlement of her accounts with said estate as such administratrix ut the next term of the Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri, to be holden in Oregon, in said county, on tne 14th day of November, A. v., lM. KATE A. KEARNEY. Administratrix This 7th day of November, 1904. Trustee's sale. Whereas. M. A. Rundle and Lula Bundle, his wife, by their certain Deed of Trust, dated March. 1, 1904, and recorded March 9. 1904, in book 9f. page 519. in the office of the Recorder of Deeds in Holt County, Mi.ssfun, eonvi.yi a to James P. Lombard. Trustee, ttie following described land in Holt County, Missouri, U wit: Commencinff at a point on the North line of Section fourteen 114). Township Sixty-one (til). llange Forty (40), at point Forty-eight chains West of the Northeast Corner of said Section thence South 40 chains: thence West -2.88 chains; thence South 72 degree, West 30.40 chains; thence North 13 degrees. East 8.07 enums; mence aomn.myi degrees, wesi, sev enteen chains: thence North 49U degrees, West 14.89 chains: thenco North 7 degrees. Exist 4G.68 chains; thence East 8 .3tJ chains to beginning. West or the tilth. Principal Meri dian containing 150.319 acres, more or less, variaton. 10 decrees, fi minutes East'. . In trust, however, to secure the payment of $1,005.00, as evidenced by certain promissory notes therein described. And, whereas, de fault has been made in the payment of the principal note for 525.00. due August 1, 1904. Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that 1. the undersigned Trustee, at the request of the legal holder and owner of said note, and by virtue of the powcrand authori ty in me vested by said I Jeed of Trust, will proceed to sell t he property herein above tie scribed, at Public Vendue to the highest bid der for cash, at the front door of the Holt County Court House in Oregon. Holt County, .Missouri. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1904, between t lie hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. in., for the purpose of paying oil" said debt and inter est and cost, and expense of executing tills Trust. JAMES P. LOMBARD. Trustee. First publication, October 2.S, 1904. Trustee's Sale. Whereas. M. A. Rundle and Luia Rundle. his wife, Charles V. Bundle and Anna Clara Bundle, his wife.bv their certain deed of trust dated the 1st day "of March. P.HM. and filed of record in theofhec.f the Recorder of Deeds in Holt County. Missouri. March 9, 1904. book 90, page51S, conveyed tome, the undersigned trustee, the following! described real estate, being iu Holt County, Missouri, to-wit : Commencing at the original bank of the Missouri River, at the corner of Section One (1) and Six (G). Township Sixty-two (2). Ranges Forty (40) and Forty-one (41), thence South iW degrees and 53 minutes West 119.71 chains to the present bank of the Missouri River; thence north 11 degrees East 20.03 chains: thence nort h 13i degrees West 20.35 chains; thence north 4 degrees East t chains: thence north 10?.t degrees East 8.13 chains: thence north 09J degrees East 05.75 chains to inter cept the original bank of the Missouri River; thence South 21.39 chains; thence east 40.55 chains to the commencing corner, being a part of the accretion to Section 1, Township 62, Range 41, containing within the above metes and lounds on December 8, 1900, 372.03 acres, as per survey of C. G. Landon, County Surveyor, in Holt County, Missouri. Whereas, said Deed of Trust was given to secure the payment of 85,005.00, as evidenced by certain promissory notes therein de scribed, and whereas, several of said notes and interest thereon are past due and unpaid. Now, therefore, public notice is hereby given that I, the said undersigned Trustee, at the request of the legal owner and holder of said notes, and by virtue of power and authority in me vested by said Deed of Trust shall proceed to sell the property herein above described at Public Vendue to the highest bidder for cash at the front door of the Holt County Court House In Oregon, Holt County, Missouri, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1904, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. for the purpose of paying off said debt and in terest and the cost of executing this Trust. JAMES P. LOMBARD, Trustee. First publication, October 24, 1904. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Ralph Schildknecht and Theodosia Schlldknecht. husband and wife, by deed of trust dated May 2tith. 1903, and recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Holt County, Missouri, in book 97 at page 114. con veyed to the undersigned in trust, to secure the payment of the note and coupons in said deed of trust particularly described, the fol lowing described real estate situate in Holt County, Missouri, to-wit: The southwest quarter (swH) of the north west quarter (nwf). and the northwest inwH) of the southwest quarter (swH) of Section thlrtv-one (31),township sixty-two (02) of range thirty-nine (39), containing eighty (M)) acres. And whereas, coupon numbered 2. due June 1st. 1904. described in and secured by said deed of trust, has not been paid, and, where as, the owner of said note and coupons has re quested me to execute the power vested in me bv said deed of trust to sell said real estate, and out of tins proceeds of said sale nay the Indebtedness secured thereby. There fore In compliance with said request, ami in pursuance of the power vested in me by said ded of trust, I will sell -aid real estate at public vendue to the iiisrhest bidder, for cash, on the 22nd DAV OF NOVEMBER. 190t. at the front door of the Court House in Holt Countv, Missouri. II ERSCHEL BA RTLETT. Trustee. Ask fur Allen's Foot -Ease, A Powder To shake into your shoe-.. 1 1 rests the feet, . Makes walking easy. Cure- 'orns. Bunions. ! Imrrowing Nui Is. Swollen and Sweating feet. ! At all Dru-yisis and Shoe Stores, 2.V. Don't I accept any substitute. Sample FREE. Ad dress, Allen r. Olmsted, LcRoy, X. V Church Directories. Presbyterian Church. James McFarlaud. Bible School at 9:30 every Lord's Day. Y. P. S. C. E. at T p. m. Prayer Service Thursday evening at 3 p. m Preaching every Lord's Day at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Woodville every Sabbath at 3 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to attend the above services. Christian Church. Frank McCalion, Pastor. Bible school every Lordsday 9:30 a. ni. F. Lv Zeller, superintendent. Y. P. S. C. E. every Lordsday 7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 8 p. in. Preaching every Lordsday, morning and evening, at 11 a. in. and 8:00 p. ni. Meeting of otliciai board every tirst Lordsday All cordially invited to attend all meetings of " the church. M. E. Church. A. J. Brock, Pastor. Preaching every Sabbath morning and even ing at 11 a. ni.. and 7 :30p. in. Sunday school every Saboath at 9 :30 a. m. F. S. Morgan. Supt. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at :30 t. m. t Epworfh League Junior every JSabbath 3 p. in., and senior one hour before preaching every Sabbath evening. Business meetiug of the official board the first Monday of each mouth, at 4 :30 p. m. J. A. Kreek, secretary of the board. W. F. M. Society meets the first Friday of each month. 2:30 p. m. Evangelical Church. H E Bower, Pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. Services every Sunday,morning and eveniag. Regular preaching services the first and third Sundays at 11 a. m., and the secoad and fourth Sundays at 8 p. m. Preaching at Nickell's Grove on the first sad" tblrd Sundays at 8 p. m., and the second aad fourth Sundays at 11 a. ra. All are cordially Invited to attend. German M. X. Church. Rev. Wm. Tonat, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday at 10 :30 ra. Preaching every Sunday at the Nodaway ckurch at 2 :30 p. m. ' Everybody cordially Invited to attend attoro services. M. E. Church.Forest City. Rev. Thorpe, Pastor. Preaching on the second and fourth Supdajt in each month, 11 a. in., and evening. Preaching on the first and third Sunday eva ing. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 :3- a. m. Junior League at 2:30 p. in., aad Staiec League at 7 p. m. J. A. Lease, Pres. Pnvt meeting vry Tuesday evening 8 p.ai. Ladies' Aid society every Friday at te :30 p.ai. Mrs. E. A. Scott, Pres. Preaching at Kimsey school house oa th ftrst and third Sunday mornings. Sunday school at ia a. m. Jaaies Leaa Supt. All are cordially invited to attend. Christian Church,Hew Point. Sunday school, 9:30 a. ra. Preaching on the first and third Sundays tar eachmontb, it a. m., and evening. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sundavevening,6 :30 f.m. All are cordially invited to attend. Curzon Christian Church, Bluff City W. H. Hardman, Pastor. Preaching on the second and fourth Lords day at 11 a. in. and 7 :30 p. m. Bible school each Lordsday at 10 a. m. Methodist Protestant. J. L. Wallace. Pastor. Preaching at Highland on the first and third Sundays of each month. Morning, at 11 o'clock. Evening, at So'elock. Sunday school at 10 o'clock every Sunday morning. Preach ing services at Oak Grove school house every first and third Sunday afternoon, following Sunday school. Sunday school at 3 o'clock every Sunday afternoon. Oregon Protective Association. Meets the first Saturday afternoon in each month at 1 ;30 p. in., at tiie office of R. C.Benton. S- M. Stout Secy. 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