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FORGIVENESS Saadaj School Leuoa for Jmly 31, 1910 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXT. Matthew lS::21-35. Memory verses 21. 22. GOLDEN TEXT. "If you forgive men their trespasses, your Heavenly Father will also forgive you." Matt. 6:14. TIME. Autumn of A. D. 29. PLACE. Capernaum, near the Sea of Galilee. Suggestion and Practical Thought. The Occasion of Peter's Question. Matt. 18: 1-20. After the return from the Transfiguration scene, when Jesus with his disciples were together in a house In Capernaum, Jesus gave them some practical teaching and training ou how they should feel and act In a time of growing opposition from un , godly men among whom they must live and work. First of all they must cease ambi tious striving for place and honor. They must "fling away ambition, by that sin fell the angels." This self , seeking spirit was exactly opposite to the kingdom of heaven, and if they did not overcome it, their lives would be failures. It also tended to awaken hard feelings between brethren. Cut off your foot; pluck out your eye. If you must, but hold on to the spirit of the kingdom. The second lesson was from their Heavenly Father's seeking nor to de istroy those who hate and revile and disobey him, but to give himself to seeking and saving the lost. The third lesson was upon the way rthey should carry out this divine spirit toward those who sinned against them. Peter's Question and Jesus Answer, Concerning the Duty of Forgiving En lemies. Vs. 21, 22. "The Rabbis, who had been the disciples' teachers hith 'erto, required an offender to go to the injured party and obtain forgive ness by owning his fault; but Jesus told them that among his disciples the person wronged was to go to the wrongdoer, that such humility and love might strengthen his own graces, and win the guilty one to contrition." Maclaren. This was a hard saying, but by .united prayer this spirit, as well as every other blessing, could be ob tained. But wrongs to others, real or fancied, are very common, and Peter "naturally asks how long one must carry out this instruction toward those who keep on sinning and apparently repenting. Jesus Illustrates His Teaching by a Parable. Vs. 23-34. Contrasting the debt sinful man owes to God with what any man wronging his fellow man owes to the one he has injured. If therefore God forgives freely the great debt, forgiven man certainly should forgive the little debt. The Two Methods of Treating the Debtors. 25. "Commanded him to be sold . . . and all that he had." So in Syria now, when the debt grows till It equals in value the entire prop erty of the debtors, the creditor seizes all they possess. "The same servant went out." From Tils king's presence. He acted in the very heat of his own experience of re lease. "And found one of his fellow Hervants." An inferior officer. "Owed him an hundred pence." When the common translation of the Bible was made the pennies were all silver, cop per pennies. not being coined till 1797. -Took him by the throat." Literally, went to choking him. "Thus Livy IV., 53) 'relates how, a difficulty hav ing arisen between the consul Valerius "and one Menenius, the tribunes put an end to the contest, and the consul ordered into prison (collum torslsset, twisted the neck) the few who appealed. And' Cicero (Pro Cluentio, XXI.) : 'Lead him to the judgment-seat with twisted neck (collo obtorto).' Compare Cicero in C. Verrem, IV., 10." Vincent. "Fell down at his feet, ... I will pay thee all." The very act and words he himself had so lately em ployed to his creditor. "And he would not: but went" (went away) "and cast him into prison." He had reasons in his own mind, as (1) that the man deserved the pun ishment; (2) it was his own fault that he was in debt; (3) it was not good for the community that such men go unpunished. But not one of these did he want applied to himself. The Lesson In Daily Life. V. 35. 1. The Punishment of Those Who Refuse to Forgive Those Who Injure Them. "So likewise shall my heavenly Father do also unto you." The torments must follow to you "if ye from your hearts," really and not merely in words, "for give not every one his brother their trespasses." Every such person Is go ing in the straight road to the tor mentors. There is no greater torment than those conscience and the working out of the laws of nature and of spirit produce in order to make the way of transgressors so hard that they may be persuaded to turn, and repent and obey and be saved. SENTENCE SERMONS. "Forgiveness is man's deepest need and highest achievement." Bushnell. "Be ye therefore imitators of God, as beloved children." An unforgiving Christian is, therefore, a moral mon ster. "An old Spanish writer says, 'To return evil for good is devilish; to re- j turn good for good is human; but to return good for evil is Godlike." I Archbishop Whately. 1 "I have known a man nurse the tiny 1 cockatrice egg of unforgiveness till it I has burst into the fiery serpent ol Trustee's Sale. Whereas Ove Flaten una" Ida Klaten. his wife, bv their certain deed -of' trust, dated September 13. 1904 and filed for record in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Holt Coun- ty, MisMinri, on the 23rd day of September. . ISHW. atid recorded in book 101 at pasre 43 of j .said records, conveyeti to the undersine i trustee, in trust toecure the payment of tli nromivsory notes in said deea of trust de scribed, the f-Uowiug described real estate situate in the county of Holt and state of Missouri, to-wit: An undivided one-half interest in and to Jots twp (2), three (3), four (4) and five (3) in section twenty-four (24). and the southwest fourth of the northwest quarter of said sec tion tweaty-four (21).and the northeast fourth of the northeast quarter of section twenty-three (21). all in township fifty-nine (5'.)) of range thirty-seven (37). And whereas default has been made in the payment of said notes and the Interest there on; and whereas the epal holderof said notes has requested me to execute the power vested in me by the terms andprovlsion- of said deed of trust; therefore in compliance wi h said request, and in pursuance of the power vest ed in me by said deed of trust. I will on Mon Uay,Ausust15th. ll'lO, between the hours of 0 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the north court house door, in the city of Oregon, in Holt county, Missouri, proceed to sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash in hand the above described real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said debt, and interest and the costs of executing this trust. FRANK PETREE. Trustee, WISCONSIN CHEAP LAND AND MILD CLIMATE WIN SETTLERS Opening of Round Lake Country Brings Rush of Landseekers The rush to the Round Lake Country of Wisconsin, where ir0,0"0 acres of fine farm land in Sawyer County have been released to settlement by the big lumber interests, promises to become a veritable stampede of eager homeseekers. Farmers in the Middle and Southern states have come to to their sense on the question of Wisconsl climate. The government, reports have dissipated the "cold winter" bugaboo by establishing the fact that the Wisconsin winters are mild. There is only 9 degrees difference in theaver age annual temperature between St. Paul and Leavenworth. Kas. The average annual tem perature in the United States is shown by these official HguresrSt. Paul. 42deg. Leaven worth. Kan.. ."il deg.: St. Louis, 55 deg : In dianapolis, 51 deg.: Des Moines, 4!de .; Aus tin, rex.. r7 deg. The American Immigration Co. of Chippewa Falls, Wis., is selling this vast body of ri-h land at S0.5 10 uer acre. A man with a lew .junured dollars can .-ecure title to his farm and pay tha bal ance in five or ten annual installments, out of the crops. For books, maps., and full particulars ad dress (31) AMERICAN IMMIGRATION CO. Chippewa Falls, Wis. W. A. HUNTSMAN. Agent, Oregon, : : : Missouri. THE OREGON INTERURBAN TIME TABLE. Effective Sunday, October 24, 1909. Oregon. Forest City. Ar. 8K'a. nix' " 9:45 a. ml " 12:35 p. ml " 2:25 p. m. " 4:55 p. m. " 7:55-p. m. Oregon. Ar. 8:45 a. m. " 10:35 a. m. " 1:25 p.m. " 3:05 p.m. " 5:55 p.m. " 9:45 p.m. Return F. City. C. B. & Q. Time Lv. 8:20 a. m. A 10:10 a. m. 1:00 p.m. 2:40 p. m. 5:30 p. m. 9:20 p. m. Note-A-Daily Except Sunday. Notice: All local freight will leave Oregon on the 9:20 a. m. train. ' A special train for stock and car load shipments will leave Oregon at. 12:10 p. m., whenever desired by. shippers. I PETREE BROS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office first door west of Citizens Bank.' OKEGOM, MISSOURI. Burr Oak. Born, to Tom Patton and wife, July 15, a son. Geo. Hinkle is threshing wheat in this vicinity. Fishing is good now. Mr. S. W. Anno's are catching some fine fish in the river slough. Miss EtTie Stone visited Miss May Murrah. last Sunday. II. A. Bowles and family visited Edward May and family, last Sunday Another son came to bless the home of Geo. II. Ramsey and wife Sunday last. The weather continues dry and corn can not stand more than one more week of dry weather. Mrs. Nancy May returned home, last week, from her visit in Oklaho ma. She says the country is line. Miss Bessie Bruntmeyer and brother, Henry, of near Oregon, were visiting with their relatives, Mr. J. L. Anno's, over Sunday. The Misses Rena and Bessie Smith, of St. Joseph, are also visiting with relatives in this vicinity. Charley Kaiser lias been prepar ing to go west during the past few days. He has been working for George Cotton, the past two years, and Mr. Cotton will greatly miss him, for Charley is a good hand. We hope Charley will have good luck wherever he goes. Ego. WANTED YOUNG MAN from Holt county to prepare for desirable position In Gort. Man service, salary, uo. . i&apia promono toflSM. Splendid opoortunlty. Address BO? Ome.ueaar uaptas. lows. 27 Lv. 7:35 a. m. A-46 " 9:20 a. m. 20 " 12:10 p. m. 21 " 2:00 p. m. 45 " 4:30 p.m. 2fi " 7:30 p. m. Order of Publication , STATE OF MISSOURI, . J LOUHty OI IlOit, I a lu the Circuit Court. Heculnr Aususfc 1910. lern:. Thereof, j James B. Payne and Mettie .M. Payne, Plain- tills. agruiu-t Charity Secr'st, Theresa A. Douglas, the un- Knowu wiaow. the uu Known Heirs and the unknown devisees of Alex ander Gooch. deceased; Catharine Harring ton, the unknown heirs, unknown widower, the unknown devi.ees of the said Catharine Harrington, the unknown heirs and un known derisees of William T. Adams, de ceased, Mary L. S. Gardner, the widow of William A. Gardner, deceased, and the un known heirs and unk own devisees of the said William A. Gardner. Defendants. The State of Missouri to the above named Defendants. Greetings: Now on this.J3th day of July. A. D.. If J, before the undersigned Clerk of said Court, in vacation, comes the Plaintiffs in the above entitled cause by W. H. Richard, their at torney, ana nles wltu sain Clerk their neti- tion, verified by affidavit as required by taw. and affidavit of non-residence staling that the unknown heirs and unknown devisees of Alexauder Gooch, dtceased, Catharine Har rington; the unknown heirs, the unknown wtuower ana unknown aevisees or (Jatnarine Harriinrtou. the unknown heirs and devisees of William T. Adams, deceased. Mary L S. Gardner, the unknown he rs and unknown devisees of William A. Gardner, -deceased, are non-residents of the State of Missouri. and ask that they be notihed of the com mencement of this suit. Whereurjon It is ordered bv the Clerk of said Court in vacation that said non-resident and unknown defendants be notified that the Plaintiffs have commenced a suit against them, the object and general nature of which is that. Whereas. Alexander Gooch was the owner in fee of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter anu the east halt oi the southwest quarter of section sixteen, (10), township rifty-nine, (59), of range thirty eight, (3!), Holt County, Missouri; that said Alexander uooch is deceased, with issue sur viving that tiie. Interest that the unknown heirs ami unknown devisees of 'said Alexand er Gooch have in said land are such fee sim ple titles as they would take by devise or in heritance from the said Alexander Gooch. deceased. That on Auril 1st. 18a!). th fee to the north east quarter of the southeast quarter, and the east hair or the nort. east quarter, ana the northwest ouarter of the northeast quarter of-section twenty-three. (23). town ship flftv-nine (5i) of range thirty-eight. (38?, in said State and County was vested in Cath arine Harrington. James M. Harrington, and Margaret Harrington, i nat saiu Margaret Harrington as .Margaret A. I'arker ana lames M. Harrington on or aoout May .mil. 1ST0, sold a d conveyed said last mentioned laud to Levi Zook and that the same is now owned by ihe Plaintiffs. That Catharine Harrington, the unknown heirs, unknown devisees of said Catharine Harrington h ve an anuareut claim or interest in the said hist mentioned laud adveite to that of Plaintiffs. That on January 3rd. lsi. William T. Ad- ims was owner in fee of the Northeast uuar-' ter and the southeast quarter of the north west quarter and the northeast quarter of the southeast quar'er of section twenty- three (S3) In township liftv-niue o) oi range thirty-seven i37) in said State and County by uurciiase iroui I'l lntitt Herein, .lames a. Payne that to secure the purchase money he executed to said James B. Payne. Plaintiff herein his trust deed wherrhy he conveyea the following described land Instead of the land last above described to-wit: The south west uuarter of the northeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the northwest quar ter of section twenty-three (23) and the east hair oi the northeast quarter ana tne noriii west uuarter of the XEU and the northeast quarterof the southeast quarter of section twenty-five (i"). township fifty-nine (59) of rang -thirty-eight (38) to secure payment or certain notes in said Trust Deed described aggregating (sSOO.OO) twenty-three hundred dollars, that default was made in the pay ment of the debt secured bv said Trust Deed and foreclosure was had in accordance with the terms thereof, tlint by re son of infor mality the judgment rendered anu entereu in hiiid cause the euulty of redemption was not foreclosed, and the interest which the unknown heirs of the said William T. Adams have or might have and assert In or to said Keal Kstatu is the Euuitv of Redemption in said Keal Estate under said Trust Deed. That on the 18th day of April. 188, one William A. Gardner was the owner in fee of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarterof section twenty-three (23), town ship flfty-nine (59) of range thirty-eight in said state and county, and on said datr tat tempted to convey the same to Plaintiff, lames u. rayne, nut oy error tne same was described as being the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter or section twenty three (23). township lifty-nine (59), range thirtv-eiirht (38) instead of the northeast quarter of the north w"est quarter of said sec- lion, tuat on uciouer sain, ikvn. saiu w imam A. Gardner by a subsequent deed undertook to correct the description aforesaid, but that ov reason oi me saiu suusequeni ueeu ueuiK acknowledged before a Recorder of Deeds without the state or Missouri, it was lnenec tual to pass the title to said tract of land, that William A. Gardner is deceased. that ids widow Is Mary L. S. Gardner Defen dant herein, that the interest which the said Marv L. S. Gardner and unknown heirs and unknown devisees of said William A. Gard ner is such interest as they might have .or claim by reason of said defective convey ances last Hbove mentioneu. That the Plaintiffs desire to perfect his record title to all above described premises and in their petition herein filed has asked' to have the Court define and adjudge by its Judgment and Decree the title, estate and interest or tne parties severalty in anu to said real estate, and that unless you the said non-resident ana unknown ueienaants ne and appear at our Circuit Court, to be begun and held at the Court House, in the City of Oregon, in said State and County, on Mon day, August 22nd. 1910, and on or before the first aav or said term, answer or nieaa to said petition the same will be taken as con- ressea ana judgment renaerea accordingly. it is further ordered that a codv nereoi De published according to law in The Holt CooaiT Sentinel, a weekly news paper, printed and published in said Holt County, MIssouurl, for four weeks successively, published at least once a week. FRED W. COOK, Circuit Clerk, A true copy from the record. i Witness my hand and the seal of SEAL said court tuts I3tn '.ayor.iuiy v! 1910. FRED W.COOK. Circuit Clerk. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI. County of Holt. fM' In the Circuit Court, Regular August Term 1910. Mary E. Alkire, Plaintiff, a if a Inst The unknown widow of Andrew Smith. Ed- , ward M. Smith, alias Edward V. Smith. Mary A. Chiles, formerly Mary A. Smith, William Joseph Smith, alias William Smith. k lias Joseph Smith, Maria Dunn, formeny Maria Smith, and the unknown widow, un known heirs, and unknown dev sees of Elijah Smith, deceased, Defendants. Xow on this Kith day of July, 191(1, before the undersigned Clerk or said court in vaca tion cornt's the Plaintiff in the above entitled cause by W. H. Richards, her attorney, and Hies with the said Clerk her said petition verified by aflidavit, alleging among other things that Edward M. Smith, alias Edward V. Smith. Mary A. Chiles, formerly Mary A. Smith, William Joseph Smith, alias William Smith, alias Joseph rnuth. .Maria Dunn, ror- merly Maria Smith are non-re idents of the State of Missouri and that, the ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served upon them and asks that they be notified of the commence ment of this suit. Whereupon it is ordered by the Clerk, in vacation of said Court, that the said non resident and unknown Defendants be noti fied by publication that the Plaintiff has commenced this suit against them in said Court, the object and general natureof which is that: Whereas, on the 10th dav of June. 1848, Elijali Smith now deceased, was the owner in fee of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter and commencm twenty-eight (28) rods nortli of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of the nort h east quarter: uience norm iony-iour vm j degrees, east seventy-two (72) rods to the north line of said tract; thence west fifty (50) rods to the northwest corner of same; thence south to the beginning containing eight and one third (8H) acres; also com mencing at the northeast corner of the north west quarter of the northeast quarter; thence south thirty-nine degrees (39) west to the south line of said tract; thence east to the southeast corner of same; thence north to the commencing, containing sixteen (16) acres, all of said lots, parcels and tracts be ing in section twenty-one . (21), In township sixty-two (62) of range thirty-nine (39), Holt County, JtiasourL - i u That said non-resident Defendants are heirs of the said Elijah Smith deceased, that the interest of said ponresitfent Defendants ; as such heirs were attempted- to be sold by . their guardian in trie Probate' Court of Holt C lUiity. Missouri, that the deed of the guar dian x attempting to convey their interests was defective in that it was acknowledged before a Countv Clerk in the .State of Ne braska. That the Defendant Maria Smith, now Maria Dunn in attempting to convey her in terest in said real estate7 executed a deed whMi was defective in that the acknowl edgement was taken by a Justice of the j Peace in the State of Nebraska, and that bv niacin nt cclii..!, rl.fu,.t in t-..trl In.tminiiintw ! the legal title to said lands was not thereby j conveyed. Thai the Plaintiff is desirous to nerfect her title to said lands, and in her petition herein filed asks to have the Court define and ad judge by its judgment or decree, the title, es tate anu interest or the parties severally in and to said real estate; and that unless you the ii"n-resident and unknown Defendants, be and appear at our Circuit Co rt. to be begun and held at the Court House, in the City of Oregon, in said State and Countv on Mon day, August22nd, 1910. and on or 'before the first day of the said term answer or plead to said petition, the same will be taken as con- ressea and judgment rendered accordingly. It is further ordered that a cony hereof be published according to law in Tiia Hoir County Sentinel, a weekly newspaper pub lished in said County, for four weeks suc cessively, published at least once each week. FRED W COOK. kV Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record. . i I Witness my hand and the seal of seal said Court, this 13th uay of I -- 1 July, 1910. FRED W. COOK. Circuit Clerk. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, I CQ ' County or Holt j In the Circuit Court. Regular August Term, 1910. Frank M. Blazer, Plaintiff, against Obed P. Nute, the unknown wi ow. the un known heirs and unknown devisees of Obeu P. Nute; Louisa Glascock, the unknown widower, the unknown heirs aud unknown devisees ot Louisa Glascock, Defendants. Now on this day. July 20th. 1910. comes the above named plaintiff by W. II. Richards his attorney, in vacation of said court, and tiles ills petition in the above entitled cause, veri fied by his affidavit alleging among other things that, the defendants, Obed P. Nute aud Louisa Glascock, are. if iivii g. non-r :sidents of the State of Missouri; that there are per son whose names are to plaintiff unknown, having a claim adverse to that or piaiiuitr, a .d who are sued as the unknown widow, the unknown heirs and unknown devisees of Obed P. Nute; Louisa Glascock, anil tne un known widower, the unknown heirs and un known devisees of Louisa Gla cock. Where upon it was ordered by the undersigned clerk of said court in vacation, that the said non resident and unknown defendants ue noti fied bv nubiicati n th t plaintiff has com menced an action in this court against tiiem the object and general nature of which is to quiet and perfect his title to the land in his petition aeserinea, to-wit: ine west nan or the northeast quarter, and the northwest quarterof t e southeast quarter of section eighteen (18) in township sixty-two (62) of range thirty-seven (3) situate in tioit county, Missouri. That lie claims title thereto by limitation, aud actual, exclusive, continuous and adverse possession, and by virtue of such possession ana the payment or taxes on saia real estate for more than thirty-one consecu tive years next, prior to the bringing of tin's suit; that he asks the Court to declare the ree simple title to saia lands vested in said plaintiff, and that said defendants and each and every of them be divested of any right, title, or interest in or tosaid laud or any part thereof. That plaintiff cannot state the names of sa d unknown defendants because their names are unknown to him. aud that unless said non-resident and unknown defendants e and appear at this Court at the next regu lar term thereof, to be begun and holden at the Court House in the City of Oregon, in said Holt County, Missouri, on the 22nd day of August, 1910, and on or before the first day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said cause, tne same will ue taken as con fessed aud judgment rendered accordingly. it is further ordered that a copy hereor be uublished according to law, in The Holt County Sentinel" a weekly newspaper. printed and published in said Holt County. for four weeks successively, published at least once a week. FRED W. COOK, Circuit Clerk. By BONNIE B. BRODBECK, Deputy. A true copy from the record of said Court, j A J Witness my hand as Clerk and the SK. l. and the seal of said Court here ( v I to affixed, tills July 20th, 1910. FRED W. COOK. Circuit Cldrk. By BONNIE BRODBECK, Deputy. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI. I s County of Holt I In the Circuit Court, to the August Term, 1010. Howard I. Man ley. plaintiff, vs. Ella Mae Manley, defendant. At this day comes the plaintiff herein and tiles his petition, alleuins. ani'Tiir other things, that defendant is not a resident of the Statu of Missouri, and that the ordinary pro cess of law cannot be served on said defendant in the manner prescribed bv Chanter Eieht of the Revised Statutes of 18W. Whereupon, it Is ordered by the clerk of this court In vacation, that saia defendant be not Hied by publication.that plaintiff has com menced a suit against her in this 'court the object and general nature of which is that the plaintiff seeks to be divorced from the bonds of matrimony heretofore contracted between the said plaintiff and defendant, on the ground that the defendant has offered plaintiff such indignities as to render plain tiff's condition intolerable and that unless the said Ella Mae Manley be and appear at this court, at thene.M term thereof, to be be gun and holden at the court house in the city or uregon, in saia county, on tne r:na i day of August, l'.UO, and on the first day of said term answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as con fessed, and judgment will be rendered ac cordingly. And it is further ordered, that, a copy here of le published, according to law In The Holt County Sentinel a weekly newspaper, pub lished in Holt County. Missouri, for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least fifteen days before the said ilnd day of August, IH10. FRED W. COOK, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record. 15 uness my nana una ine seal oi the Circuit Court of Holt coun ty, this ;th dav of July. l'.UO. FRED W. COOK, Circuit Clerk. Seal. - DON M. HUNT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. OFFICE OVER CITIZENS' BANK CHAS. D. WELLER, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS, OFFICE OVER FARMERS BANK, MA1TLAND. MO. DR, BARTON PITTS, Eye and Ear Specialist. PRIVATE -HOSPITAL. Sth and Francis. ST. JOSEPH. MO. Correspondence Solicited. 1 DR. CHARLES GEIGER, PRACTICE LIMITED TO DISEASE OF WOMEN AND SUR6ERY. 609 Francis St.. ST. JOSEPH. MO. Correspondence Solicited. Phone 771. Pasture; for Rent Good pasture for rent fdr stock. See GEpitGE Watson. Forest City: Route3. Mart iri Phone. l3 South. DR. H. B. ALLEN, VETERINARY SURGEON, Both Phones No. 38 OREGON. MO. J. T. THATCHER. M. D. Homeopathist and Surgeon OFFICE OVER MOORE & KREEK'S Special attention given to Orificial Surgery AND ITS RELATION TO CHRONIC DISEASES. Oregon, Mo. Telephones: Residence, IS: Office 9. Farmer's: Residence, 52. For Sale. A good Hay Loader, nearly new. Will sell at a bargain, as I am out of the hay business. For further" par ticulars call at this office. Daniel Zachman, C. J. Hunt, President. Cashier. W. P. Schultk. Assistant Cashier. 'ML OREGON, MO. Capital Stock Paid Up, $20,000. Transacts a general banking busi ness. Interest paid on deposits left for specified time. Drafts issued on principal cities. Col lections made and promptly remitted. Directors: D. Zachman," president: J. A. Kreek, secretary: Jas Bucher B. F. Morgan, and R. S. Keeves. Telephone No. 43. C. D. Zook, Albert Roecker, President. Cashier. G. L. Cummins, Assistant Cashier. Zook & Roecker BANKING COMPANY. OREGON, : : MISSOURI Established 1871. The oldest banic in the county. Transacts-a general banking business. Interest paid on time deposits. Drafts sold on all the principal cities of the country and Europe. Have made spe cial arrangements to collect money due from estates in foreign countries. The accounts of farmers, merchants and individuals respectfully solicited. Special care given to any business in trusted to us. Telephone No. 12. Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, . . County of Holt. f In the Circuit Court. August Term. 1010. Clarence Murray, Plaintiff, agaitiht Tared Fox; alias Jerry Fox, the unknown widow, the; Suit to Quiet unknown heirs, and tin- I Title, known devisees of the said .Tared Fox.alias Jerry Fox. Defendants. I Now, on this (ith day of July, 1010. before the undersigned Clerk of said Cou t. in vacation, comes the plaintiff in the above entitled cause, by V. H. Richards, his attorney, and Hies witli the said Clerk, his petition, verified by his affidavit as required by law. alleging among other things that .Tared Fox. alias Jerry Fox. is a non-resident of the state of Missouri, and that if de -eased the names of his widow and heirs are unknown to plaintiff and asks that they be notified of the com mencement of this suit. Whereupon it Is orderel bv the Clerk, in vacation of said Court, that the said non resident and unknown defendants be notified that the plaintiff has commenced a suit against them, the object and general nature of which is that. Whereas, the said .Tared Fox, alias Jerry Fox, as a son of Susannah Fox, deceased, and who was a daughter of Andrew Halm, deceased, has an apparent record interest in and to the northeast frac tional quarter of section twenty (20). in town ship fifty-nine (59) of range thirty-eight (38), as shown by the land records of Holt County, Missouri, and that the plaintiff desires to perfect his title to said ands. and in his pe tition herein filed lias asked to have the Court define and adjudge by its judgment or necree.ineiiue.estaieanu interest or the par ties severally in and tosaid real estate, and that unless you, the said non-resident and un known defendants be and appear at our Cir cuit Court, to be begun and held at the Court House in the City of Oregon. In said County on Monday, August 22nd, 1!)10. and on or be rore the first day of said term, answer or plead tosaid petition, th-same will be taken as confessed and judgment taken accord ingly. It is further ordered that, a copy hereof be published according to law in ihe'Holt Coun tv Sentinel, a eeklv newsnaner nrinted and published in ssiid Holt cunty. Missouri, for four weeks successively published at least once a week, the last insertion to heatleatt thirtyrday before the first day of the August term, isuu, or tins court. FRED W. COOK. Circuit Clerk, FRED W. COOK. Circuit Clerk. A trn1 copy from the record -- 1 Witness my hand and seal of said ska i. r Court, thist'ith dav of July, 1310 I S FRED W. COOK. Circuit Clerk. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given thatthe undersigned administrator in charge of the estate of George iTernont Mclntyre, deceased, will make final settlement of his accounts with said estate as such ailiuiuistr.itor.at the next term of tin: Probate Court of Holt County. Missouri, to be iiouien in Oregon, in said county, on the stu day or August, 1010. AIM O. McINTYRE, Administrator, This sth day of July lf-10. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DraiaNS Cflviauurra Ae. Anyone trading ft sketch and description mmy invention ! probably ratratlkcomiannles. tlom itrictly confldentuJ. MMMM onPmteata sent free. Oldest ftfency for secartni tents. Patent taken tS roach Mann Co. receive tyeekU notice, wlthee cargo, la tie SckiitiftHittrkatt. ft tmbiMiiv fltaatrstsrf weefchr. Tars t dr. eolation of snysctenUfle foornsl. Terms. $3 year: foaraKmtfeft.fi. bomb an J T. IWUIllHitli mumm mi i n. 11 imim. m mm OFFICIAL DrRECTORY. Circuit Court. Convenes first Monday in January; fourth Mondays in April aud August. William C. Ellison, circuit judge. Henry T. Alkire. proieoting attorney. FredjW. Cook, circuit clerk. A. R. McXulty. sheriff. Harry M. Irwin, stenographer. I'robate Court. Convenes second Mondays iiu February, May. August and November. D. W. Porter, probate judge. County Court. Regular Terms: ?irt Mondays in Febru ary, May, August aud November. Henry E. Wright, presiding judge. Philip Schlotzhauer. judge 1st district. Jno. H. Hunt, judge uf 2d district. Frank L. Zeller. clerk of county court. County Hoard of Health. Henry E. Wright, president. Philip Schlotzhauer. vice-president, John II. Hunt. 1st district. C. L. Evans, county physician. Frank L. Zeller. secretary. County Hoard of Education. Geo. W. Reavis, Maitland. W. F. Gwinn. Mound City. Mollie Palmer, Craig. Collector of Revenue. Geo. F. Seeman. County Treasurer. Neville Dickson. Recorder of Deeds, John Speer. Commissioner of Schools, Geo.(W. Reavis. Public Administrator, M. D. Walker. Superintendent of Poor. Sebourn Carson. Surveyor. John H. Peret. Assessor, Perry W. Ramsay. Roy R. Miller, Coroner. Maitland. Holt County population. 17,03.1. State tax, 17c on ?10O valuation. County tax, 30c on $100 valuation. County road tax, 10c on f 100 valuation. Average school tax levy. 47c per f 100 valua tion. County created by act of legislature, Janu ary 29. 18-11. County named for Daniel Rice Holt,' of Platte Ccuuty. Oregon. County Seat, created by act of leg islature, June 21. 1841. Population, 1,031. Assessable wealth, ?C,6I6.t70. Assessable wealth, lands, town lots and personal $6,616,670 Lands 3,313,320 Town lots 798,380 Livestock 697,840 Other personal 1.307,150 Total ft5.61B.670 Oregon, county seat. Electric lighted. Waterworks system. City tax. 75c on $100. School tax. 75c on $100. Notice For Bids. Notice is hereby ;iven that- the Board of Directors of the Corning; In dependent School District of the county of Holt, state of Missouri, will receive b'ids to the amount of twelve hundred dollars ($1200) in de nominations of one hundred dollars ($100) to live hundred dollars ($500), or for the full amount, twelve hun dred dollars ($1200). to suit purchasers,' the same to bear interest at the rate of (5 per cent per annum, interest to be paid annuallv. Bonds are to be dated October 1st. 1110. and to fall due February 1st, 191(5. Sealed bids will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, JULY 23, 1910, and the said Board of Directors re serves the right to reject any or all bids. Deliver all bids to the under signed clerk. P. A. CHRISTEN, District. Clerk. Done at Corning, Missouri, this 11th day of July, 1910. NOTICE. Public Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the Business Men's Telephone Co. will be held at Cotton's Hall cn the 6th day of August, A. D., 1910, ut the hour of 2 o clock p. m., lor the pur- Dose of votiner to change name of saia company to Business Men's Telephone Manufacturing Co. J. A. Milne, .1. A. Williams, Elmer Sipes, .1. F. Sahlin, E. A. Metcalf, Directors. LIVE POULTRY .A A EGGS and CREAM WANTED! for which T will pay the highest cash 'Market Price F. S. ROSTOCK, OREGON, MO. Remember the place, east fside of the square. T. A. LONG, D. V. S. Up-to-Date Veterinary. Bring in your Sick and Lame Horses. bore Eyes and Fistula a specialty. Office in my New Barn, recently com- ' pleted, opposite depot, BothPhones,No.l.3.J OREGON, MO- -Ffcrrar. .