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Heary Alkire lost at valuable cow. last Saturday. - :' Mrs. Jrio. Milne spent Sunday with home folks. J. P. Lacey, of Union, visited relatives here Sunday. C. E. Noland was a St. Joseph visitor one day last week. Mrs. Hill visited her daughter, Mrs. John Keeves, of Oregon r Friday. Elder Augustine's brother, Harry, of Orient, Iowa, is visiting him here thl week. Misses Grace and Gladys Quick spent last week visiting with f riends and relatives in Troy,. Kansas. -F.-R. Elton returned Friday eve ning from Clarinda, Iowa, where lie had been working in the depot. -George.Lamborn .andjwife, .from thestate of Oregon are here on a vis it with t.;eit many relatives and friends. There will -be a supper at the City Hall, Friday, Dkc. 9, given by the Ladies Aid Society of the "Chris tian. church. The Rebekah degree was very beautifully and impressively conferred upon the following candidates Mon day night, Dec. 5: Misses Julia Mar tin, Nettie Wylie, Grace andf.Gladys Quick. After which a most elegant supper was served to about GO mem bers of the order. " Onyx. Napier aid Virility. Jack Ogden called on C. C. Brown last Wednesday. George Noland and wife were in Napier trading Saturday. -lit is reported that Thomas Buck les' stepdaughter is sick of the ty phoid fever. --We are glad to say-that George Swymler is able to be up and "around ihthe house. Joe Morgan and Bill Morris, of Napier, were fox hunting Monday, but-they only hunted, . Frank Noland says he finds a hare in :his plate every morning, but his wife" says it is just rabbit. Mrs. Grace Brown and son, Ansil, of Kansas City, visited Saturday and Sunday with J. J. Brown and family. Mrs. John Ramsey returned to her home Saturday, after about a fortnight's stay with her daughter, Mrs. Will Brierly and family. -lj. J. and C. C. Brown had the misfortune to lose 35 tons of hay in the bottom by fire. Wednesday of last week. Ferman and James Strickler lost about 300 tons. Nkmo. Mayflower. -Tom Hughes and wife spent last Sunday with John Scott and wife. Miss Gertrude Stadler went to St. Joe last Saturday to visit relatives. Our school is progressing nicely under the supervision .of Miss Cora Kramer. .. Adolph Sommers and wife spent last Sunday with his aged father, God fried Sommers. Ask Bi)l Brohan which horse went the best, the one he -was driving .or the one they were leading last Sunday. -liThere was quite an enjoyable time at Hugh Brohan's liouse, last Sunday. Those who were there George Norris, wife and Elmora and Katherine: John Simmons, wife and Earl; Henry, Simmons:: Mart Wright andrfamily; .Misses Sarahs, Bessie and Mary Scott and Miss Celia Hughes, Agness. Dies From His Burns. The sympathy of our entire com munity goes out to James Ferguson and -wife, in the death of their little son Oscar, which" occurred on Thurs day last, December 1. as a. result of being scalded by falling in a vat of water being used to scald hogs, on November 2!). lie survived his burns only some forty hours, and his .suffer ing was most intense. lie seemed to be a most unfortunate child. On July .'50 he was pawed by a mule and his leg broken in a frightful manner: the bones protruding the flesh, and when found only the flesh held I he dismembered together. lie was a brave little fellow and made a hard tight. He was 8 years old at the time of his death. Funeral services were held from the Christian church, Friday last, and were conducted bj the pastor. Elder Dawson. Ernest Kneale, of Colfax. Wash ington, is visiting relatives, here. No Hunting, Fishing, trapping or trespassing on my premises. Geo. W. Piioffit. Miss Esa May Kurtz has returned liome from the hospital in St. Joseph, where she was operated upon for ap pendicitis. Fred E. Markt has also' returned from the same place, where he was operated upon for the same trouble. Both are getting along nicely. Fred will stay in town with his- father and mother until he be comes stronger. CRUCIFIXION SmU) SAmI Umm far In. U, LiESSON TEXT Matthew 2T:lS-60. Mem ory verses, 4. 41-42. GOLDEN TEXT "He was wounded for our transgression. He was bruised for our Iniquities." Iaa. Kit.' TIMKFriday mornln. April 7, A. D. , from six o'clock JL M. till three o'docic -P. M. ' -' ' PLACE (1) Pilate's . Judgmear hall eith er in Herod's Palace in the western part of the city: or in Castle Antonla. adjoin ing; the Temple are on the north. The Roman trial, before Pilate, wai in the palace of Pilate, opening into a large court. See place; In the Jewish court the charge brought against Jesus was blasphemy; that is treason against God and the Jewish commonwealth. The penalty was death; When the leaders brought Jesus be fore Pilate they hoped that the gor ernor would accept their verdict, and simply countersign their sentence without inquiring further, taking- for granted that they would not haVe, con demned a man to death unless he de served it. But Pilate asked: "What accusation bring ye against this man?" The verdict of Pilate was, "I find ao fault In this man." From the mockeries ia Pilate's court Jesus was led away to be cruci fied. Jesus was so weak from all long and intense sufferings that an African from Cyrene was compelled to help him bear the cross. The distance was from half a mile to a mile, according to the place of starting (the tower of Antonla, or Herod's palace) and the location of Calvary. In advance 'we a- a- soldier carrying a white r'woode'n board on which was written the nature of the crime. Next came four soldiers, un der a centurion, withHhe hammer and the nails, guarding Jesus, who bore, as always in such cases, the cross on which he was to suffer (John 19:17, r. v.). Then came two robbers, each bearing his cross and guarded by four soldiers. As they went forth into the street they were followed by a great multitude many with eager curiosi ty; priests exulting oyer their en emy; Mary, with other women, weep ing (Luke 23:27). This scene is yividly described in "Ben Hur:" "He was nearly dead. Every few steps he staggered as if he would fall. A stained gown,4 badly torn, hung from his shoulders over a seamless under-tunic. . An inscription on a board was tied to his neck. A crown of thorns had been crushed hard down upon his head. The mob sometimes broke through the guard and struck him. with sticks, and spit upon him. Yet no sound escaped him." The seven words from the cross: 1. Father, forgive ' them; for they know not what they do, was probably spoken in the height of the agony, when the cross with the victim upon it was dropped with a sudden wrench into its place in the ground. 2. Today shalt thou be with .me in paradise. To the penitent robber, to ward noon. 3. Woman, behold thy SOS; Behold thy mother! Toward noon)wfien.;com mitting his mother to thejjpving' cafe of John.. ;'-r. V u.' 4. Elo I, Elo i, la ma-.sabachi than!. Aramaic . for - My God, my. ; (God; , why hast thou forsaken me? i Spoken in the darkness and depresaiomok spirit near his death,. about three o'clock in the afternoon..; The sole expression of spiritual suffering. 5. I thirBt, in the intense thirst of .his dying hour. The sole expression of bodily .suffering. 6. It iSj finished., "The Workers',. CryJot Achieygmn.t, the Sufferer's ., Cry of. Relief' ... -r, . , ; , ..k 7..Fatherti into-, thy bands I. com mend my spirit., His dying cry, "the triumphant note .of- a- conquerer."i "Redemption through- his- blood," so frequently referred to in the New. Testament, gives the highest possible expression of love. .Blood is life, the life he gave to save us. But this in cludes the whole life of Christ, his coming, his life work, his death on the cross, and his resurrection it was this Cjhrist who expressed -his su preme love and his Father's love by giving his life that we might live. The sacrifice on the cross was the highest proof and the strongest expression of the love of God to man. Christ proved the greatness of his love by what he was willing to suffer for those lie loved. Ruskin says that "the fountain in which sins are indeed washed away is that of love, not of agony." But the agony was the measure and the proof of love. It declares God's love to man "in letters that can be read from the stars." The fact Is that, there is no other way to express in language that all can understand the highest degrees of heroism, courage, self-sacrifice, and love. It is these qualities we see rather than the agony, as we do not see the particles of matter in the air by which the sunlight is dif fused, but we see the light. Every power and every motive that can touch the heart of man to lift him out of sin into the kingdom of neaven radiates from the cross, as the completion of the sacrifice of Christ. It shows to us the evil of sin, since redemption from sin demanded such a cost. It reveals to us the loving heart of God. It shows that-we cannot en-, ter heaven unless we are cleansed from sin. It teaches us. the value of salvation, great beyond our concep tion. It shows the value of our souls, of character, of a right life. It seta us an example of doing right at any jOiwr of tMs)artiom. OTATRrVlalODBI,l " ' "' " :Vr " r - Cbmrty of Holt. S George W Courier; PfelrititT.. , ,agal:.Bt . .. Heai7&IiKg.' the mnkkoirr. 1 heirs: and un known widow luxd. uoksj4 devisee of; Henry S.lwt riff, deceased: Martha E. Vas sal, Arda Elliott, Eddto Burke, Jennie An derson, Jesse H. Summers, &ad the unknown heirs, unknown devisees of Almira Brown, deceased, and the unknown heirs and un known devisees of Jesse 11. Isgrig, deceased, if any otiier than as above named, Defendants. In the Circuit Court, Regular January Term, 1911. Now on this SHi of November, 1910. comes the above named Plaintiff by W. H. Richards, his Attorney in vacation of said court, and files his petition in the above entitled cause, alleging, among other, things, that 1 Henry S. Isgrig and Martha E. Vassar are non-residents of the State of Missouri ; tht there are persons whose mimes are to Plaintiff un known, having a claim adverse to that of Plaintiff, who are sued as the unknown wid ow, unknown heirs and unknown devisees of Henry S. Isgrig. (leceas d; the unkown heirs, and unknown devisees of Alinlra Brown deceased,- and the unknown heirs and unknown devisees of Jesse H. Isgrig. deceased. Whereupon It Is ordered by the under signed Clerk of said Court in vacation that the said non-resident and unknown defend ants be notified by publication that Plaintiff has commenced an action in this Court against them in two coun s. the object and general nature of which is to quiet and per fect his Utie to rlie following described re,l estate described in said petition and in each count thereof, to-wlt: Lots One (1). and Two (2). of Section Twenty (20) In Township Sixty one (61) of Range Thirty-nine (39) ; that he claims title thereto Us alleged in the. first count of said I'etltltlon by limitation and open, continuous, exclusive, adverse, and no torious possession, and by virtue of such pos session and the payment of taxes on said real estate for more than Thirty consecutive, years next, prior to tbo bringing of this suit. That the interests, claims or titles that the said several defendants claim or might claim adverse to the plaintiff as stated and al leged in the first count of said petition are such interests, claims or titled as they might derive as consorts, heirs, devisees, donees, or alienees. Immediate, mense, or remote or as the voluntary or involuntary grantee or grantees of said Jesse H. Isgrig. deceased. That he asks the Court to declare the fee simple title to said land vested in said Plain tiff, and that said defendants and each and every of them bo decreed divested of any right, title, interest or estate in or to said land or any part thereof. Plaintiff In his second count alleges that Jesse H. Isgrig is the Patentee of all of said lands; that Plaintiff claims title by mense conveyance from said Jesse n. Isgrig. That no conveyance appears of record from said Jesse H. Isgrig conveying any part of said land above described: that said Jesse H. Is grig on or about the day of July, 1835. together with his wife, Jane Isgrig, made, ex ecuted and delivered for a valuable con sideration to them therefor pal a deed in due form of Law with covenants of General Warranty, duly acknowledged wltn relin quishment of dower to John M. Perkins, con veying all of said lands above described. That the interests, claims, or titles that the said several defendants claim or might claim, adverse to plaintiff as stated and alleged in the second count of said petition are such in terests, claims or titles as they might, de rive, claim or assert by reason of such unre corded deed a the consorts, heirs, devisees, donees or alienees, immediate, mense or re mote or as the voluntary or involuntary grantee or grantees of said Jesse H. Isgrig, deceased. That the Plaintiff cannot state the names of said unknown defendants for the reason that they are unkown to this plaintiff and. that unless said unknown and non-resident defendants bo. and appear at this Court at the next regular .term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house in the City of Oregon, in said Holt County. Missouri, on the 2d day of January, 1011, and on or before the first day of said term answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken :is coufessed nud judgment rendered accord ingly. ft is further ordered that a copy hereof be published according to law in Tub Hoi.t County Sintinei., a weekly newspaper pi Itu ed and published In said state and county for four weeks successively, published at least onso a week FRED W. COO K, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the records of said Court Witness my hand as Clerk and the seal of said Court. Done at office in the City of Ore gon, this 8th day of November. 1910. h i i FRED W. COOK, Seal. !- Circuit Clerk. Order of Publication. STATE OF 3IISSOURT, anuity of Holt, f ' In the Circuit Court. January Term. U11. John Henry SIckman; Plaintiff. vs. The unknown heirs, devisees, donees, alien ees, and Immediate, mesne or remote, vol untary or involuntary grantees of David G. Gooch. deceased, and the uuknown con sorts, heirs, devisees, donees, alienees, and inim diate. mesne or remote, voluntary or involuntary grantee'sof the devisees named in the will of David G. Gooch, deceased. Defendants. Now on this 4th day ' of- November. 1910, comes the plaintiff herelu, by Frank Petree, his attorney aud agent, and files his petition, verified by the affidavit of said attorney aud agent, allegiug, among other things, that he is the owner and In possession of the follow lngdescrllied real estate situate In Holt coun ty. Missouri, to-wit: . The North Half of the North East Quarter aud the North Half of the .-outh Half of the North East Quarter of S-ctlon Eighteen (IS). In Township Fifty-nine w'J). of Range Thirty seven (37): And that the ('efendants claim to have some estate, title and Interest, in said real es tate adverse to plaintiff ; That he. verily believes that there are per sons interested in, or who claim to be inter ested ini tht said real estate, whose names he uannot-insert therein, because they are un known to him: that the claims of such un known persons'are derived as-follows:' That one Alexander Gooch. late of Holt county, now deceased, was in his lifetime seized of the said real estate by and under a warranty deed from John C. Bear and wife, dated Feb ruary 2S, 1834, and recorded in Hook D at Page 213 of the real etate records of Holt county, Missouri: that the said Alexander Gooch died, intestate, seized of the said real estate, leaving surviving him as his sole anrt only heir, his sou. David G. Gooch : tint the said David G. Gooch died seized of the said real otate. leaving a will, which was dulv proven ami admitted to probate in the Probate Court of Doniphan Countv, Kansas; that by the terms of s:ril will th'e said real estate was given aud devised to persons named in the said will as follows: '.M v father's Brothers and Sisters, (namely) Edward. Gideon. Rowland, Joseph. Daniel. Nathan, Elizabeth. Mildred, Cynthia, and Marv Ann, and their heirs." and "The Broth ers and Siscers of my Mother (viz) .Inines, Thomas, Cordelia. Oney. Balsora.. and their heir-:" Thar plaint ill' lias no knowledge of the names of said devisee except, a given in the said will: and ttiat the unknown claimants to the said real estate derive, or claim to de rive, their tit e and claim to uch real otate a the coiHorts. heirs. devNees, donees. alien ee, and immediate, mesne or remote, vol mi. tarv or involuntary srraritees of aid David G. Gooch. deceased, and of the said levi-e's named in the will ofviid David G. Gooch. de ceased. WHEIM-'.rPoN, it is ordered by the under signed clerk of -aid Court, in vacation, t liar said defendants be notified that an action has been commenced against them by plaintiff, in the .-aid Court, theoliject and general nature of which into ascertain and determine the estate, title and intere.-t of the partie-. plain till' aud defendant in -aid suit, severally. In said real e.-tate anil to define and adjudge liv the decree of the Court, the. ei ate. title :iiirt interest of the narties. plaintiff and de fendant iii -aid suit, severally therein: and 1 that, unless t he said defendant- he and ap pear in tir.- Court, at lua next term thereof, to be begun andiioldeu atthe Court House in the City of Oregon in said County. on the 2d day of January next, aud on the first day. of said term answer or plead to. the petition in said caus'?. the same will betaken as con fessetFand judgment will be rendered accordingly- it. is further ordered that a copy hereof be published in The Hoi.t County Skntinei.. a newspaper printed and published in the County ol Holt. State of Missouri, and desig nated by plaintiff's attorney, for four weeks sncccs-i vely, at least once u week, the last in sert ion to be at least fifteen days before the first day of the sa'u Term of said Court. FRED V. COOK, "Circuit Clerk. A true tropy from the record. Wittiest, my hand and the seal of said Court this 7th dav of November. 1910. r Iir.ll V. i;UUl, Seal. - Circuit Clerk. i -Iseal. Order of Fs)lieaties. ., 8TATgoratpgi, r County of Holt. f In thel)irclt:Cotirt.January:Tern;M9rti5.' JU.Tkurnau.PlaJntl . ... ir. 'r ?.,: John tWilliams. the- unknown widow 'Wrrfrij. devisees, donees, alienees, and Immediate, mesne or remote, vo untary or in voluntary trrantees of John F. Williams; deceased, and the unknown widow, heirs. devlseesdoanett auenees ana lmmemate, mesne or remote, .vuiuiuary or luvuiuutary grantees oi mom- as B. Freeman, deceased, Defendants. i Now t this day comes the plaintiff herein, bv Frank Petree. his attorner and .-uren t.'and files his petition, verified by the affJdavit.of saia attorney and agent, alleging among other things-, that he is the owner and in DOS session of the following described. ra I estate situate in Holt coanty, Missouri, to- wio: The East Half of the South East Fourth of the South West Quarter of Section Sixteen (16) and the North Half of the North; East uuarierui seen n A weuiy-oae fill, au in Township Sixty-two (62) of Range Forty (40) ; That, the defendants claim to. have some es-. tate, title and interest in said real estate ad verse to plaintiff; that the defendant, John F. Williams, is not a resident of -the State of Missouri; that the plaintiff verily believes that there are persons interested in. or who claim to be interested in, the said real estate, whose names lie cannot insert therein be cause they are unknown to him;' that the claims of such unknown persons are as fol lows: That John F. Williams was vested with the fee simple title to the1 East Half of the South East Fourth of the -South West Quarter of said lection Sixteen (16). in Town ship Sixty-two (62), of Range Forty (40), by a warranty deed from William- B. Campbell' and wife, dated August 6. lS64.and of record in Book J at Page 422 of the real estate records of said county: that the said warranty deeJ is the last tra. sfer of said claim or title to said reai.estate; that said John F. Williams died with said title vested in him: andtbat cer tain unknown persons derive, or claim to de rive, 'a title and claim to said real estate last above described as the widow; heirs, devi sees, donees, alienees, and immediate, mesne or remote, voluntary or involuntary grantees of said John F. Williams, deceased; and that one Thomas B. Freeman was vested with the fee simple title to the North Hair of the North East Quarter of said Section Twenty-one (21). Township Sixty-two (62), of Range Forty (40), by a patent from the United States Govern ment, dated March 10, 1851, and of.record in Book 31 at Page 448 of the real estate records of said County: that said patent is the last transfer of said claim or title to said real es-: tate; that said Thomas B. Freeman died with said title vested in him; and that certain-unknown persons derive or claim to derive a ti tle and claim to said last described real estate as the widow, heirs, devisees, donees, alien ees and immediate, mesne or remote, volun tary or involuntary grantees of said Thomas B. Freeman, deceased. WHEREUPON, it is ordered by the under signed clerk of said Courts in vacation, that said defendants be notified that an action has been commenced against them by plain tiff, in i;he said Court, the object and general nature of which Is.td ascertain and determine the estate, title and interest of- the parties; Jilaintiff and defendant In said suit, several y, in said real estate, and to define and ad judge by the decree of the Court, the estate,, title and Interest of the parties, plaintiff and defendant in said suit severally therein : and that unless the said defendants be .and ap pear in this Court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the Court House in the City of Oregon in said County, on the 2d day or January next, 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 rendered accordingly.. It is further ordered that a copy hereof be published in The Holt County Sentinel, a newspaper printed and Published lit the County of Holt. State of Missouri. 'and desig nated by plaintiff's attorney, for four weeks successively, at least once a week, the last insertion to be at least fifteen days before the first day of the said Term of said Court. FRED W. COOK. Circult'Clerk. A true copy rrom the record, t i Witness my hand and the seal or seal the said Court this 9th day 'or I . ) November. 1910. . FRED W. COOK, Circuit Clerk; " Order of Publication. STATE OF MISSOURI, I County or Holt, f ss' In the Circuit Court, Jauuary Term, 1911. Bernice L. Mace. Plaintiff, rt vs. Emory E. Mace, Defendant. At this day conies the Plaintiff herein by her attorney, H. B. Williams, and files her Petition and Affidavit, alleging, among other thlncs. that Defendant. Emory E. Mace, 'fs not a resident of the State or Missouri: aud that the ordinary pioccssof law cannot be served upon him. WHEREUPON, IT IS ORDERED bv the Clerk In Vacation, that said Defendant he notified by publication that Plaintiff has commenced a suit against him in tills Court, the object and general nature of which Is that the Plaintiff seeks to be divorced from the bonds of matrimony heretofore contract ed, and now existing between the said Plain tiff and Defendant on tho grounds of aban donment; of Plaintiff by Defendant for more than one whole year last past before the tiling of Plaintiff's suit herein, and that said De fendant has railed to provide any support whatever for said Plaintiff, and that unless the said Emory E. Mace be and apoear at this Court, ac the next term thereor.to bebogun and holden at the Court Hensa in the City or Oregon. In said County, on the second day or Jauuary, 1911, next, and on the first day or 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. Audit is further ordered, that a copy hei'e or be published, according to law. in The Hou County Seniinei;, a weekly newspaper, printed and published In Holt County, Mis souri, and designated by Plaintiff's Attorney. FRED W. COOKr Circuit Clerk. A trueconv rrom the record. ' Witness mv hand and the seal or the Clr-. cult Court, or Holt County, this Btli day or No i --1 vcmher. 1911. Seal. - FRED W. COOK. ) Circuit Clerk. Order of Publication in Tax Suit.' STATE OF MISSOURI, i K County or Holt. s' In the Circuit Court of Holt County, in said State, to che January Term, 1911. The State of Missouri, at the relation and to the use of George F. Seeinan, Collector of the Revenue within and for the County of Holt aud State of Missouri. Plaintiff, Agiiitist Daniel Dunn, Defendant Tax suit. At this ISth day of October, 1910. conies the Plaintiff herein, by H. T. Alkire, Ins Attor ney. Whereupon it isordeied by the said under signed Clerk that said Defendant he notified by publication that Plaintiff has commenced a suit against him In this Court, the object and general nature of w hicli is that Plaintiff seeks to enforce the lien of the State of Mis .ouri against, ihe following described Keal Estate, situate, lyinirand belnsr in Holt coun ty. Missouri, and belonging to the Defendant, to this suit, for certain fiHiwiueiit and back taxes due thereon, and unpaid for t lie years l!K.i, I'.Vi;. with interest thereon aud costs, levied upon .-aid real estate, as in the Peti tion and Tax Bill herein set forth, to-wit: All the Northwest Quarter Section 27, in Township til. IJaniree And that unless lie- said Daniel Dunn be and appear at this Conn at the next Term Thereof, to be begun and holden at the Court House in t he Cltv of r-on, in said County, on ihe 2nd day of' January next. 1911. and on or before thcfiiM day of -aid Term if the Term shall so lowr continue, and if iiot.ihen on or before ihe last day of said I erin an swer or plead to rhe I'-it it ion in said cause, the same will, as to him be ta!.-n as con fessed. and judgment will be it.ndeie.1 ac cordingly. Ami it is rurl her ordered, that a copy here of be published according to law in Tin: Hol.T Cor.vrvSK.NTi.NKi. for four Miece-oivc weeks, the last insertion to life at lease four weeks be fore the said 2nd dav of January. !!!!. KURD W. COOK. Clerk. THE STATE OF MISSOURI. .,s ' Countv Holt. ' I, Fred W. Cook, Clerk of the CP cult Court or Holt County, aforesaid, hereby .certify that the above is a true copy of J-ho original Order of Publicatlen. In the cause therein named, as the same appears In my office. Wlthess my hand as Clerk, and the seal of said Court. Done at, office in Orf-Ro'i. this 1Mb dav of October. 1910. . , (SEAL.) FRED W. COOK, Clerk. Farms for Sale. I have a farm or two for sale. Call on. or address, S. P. Perkins, Oregon, Mo. "Whereas. A. J.' Sand and Minnie Rand, his wire, oy tneir aeea. or .trust, dated tbe.JOUi dajnnf 8TKBr; Vnd tleVf for " rc66rS In ihe. office of theRecotdbref pesdsof Soft 190tand recorded in r Boek'tio. ' at Pare 570. conveyed to the undersigned, in trust toser cure the payment of the note and Internet in salddeed of trust described, due one year alter aate. tne ioi lowing aescrinea real i es tate, situate In Holt County, Missouri, and in said trust deed described as' follows, to wit: The North East.Qurter of, the South East Quarter and the South One-Hair or the South East Quarr.ir or Section Twenty-seven (27), Township Fifty-nine (59). or Range Thir ty -seve (37). and also the following: Com mencing at the North East corner of the South East Fourth of Section Twenty-seven- ty-seven (37); thence East 27.28 chains to the left bank or the Missouri River;, thence up said stream along said bank with Its mean derings. South 25 degrees, west 4.97 chains: thence South Forty-two degrees West 2.67 chains: South 40 deerees West 3.86 chains: thence South 56tf degrees 'West 1.70 chains; tnence south degrees west 4 12 chains; thence South degrees West 2.83 chains;, thence South 44 degrees West 4.74 chains; thence South 463 degrees West 2 38 chains; thence South 27 degrees West 5.90 chains; thence SOuth 4 west 2.83 chains; thence South 21 degrees. West 1.34 chains; thence South 24 degree West 6.23 chains; thence South 11H degrees West 6 82 chains to ' the mouth of the ditch on the South line or Sec tion 27;' thence- West on said Section line 60 links to.the South East corner of said Section 27: thence North 39.90 chains to commencing corner'contalnlng 42.965 acres, containing in all 162.965 acres ne the same more or less, all accreted land to belong to purchaser.' Aud whereas, default has been made in the, payment of the said note'and interest there on according to the terms and tenor thereof, and. whereas, the owner of said note has re quested me to execute' the power vested in me by said deed of trust tc sell said real es tate and out or the proceeds of said sale pay the indebtedness secured thereby. Therefore. in compliance with said request, and in pursuance of the power vested in . me by said deed of trust. I will sell said real es tate at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash, on' Monday. January 2, 1911. at the north Court House door in the City of Oregon, Holt County. Missouri. W. H. RICHARDS, Trustee. December 2, 1910. Notice of Sheriff's Sale in Partition. Auberry Noland and Rett Noland vs. Nathaniel NoUnd. Dora Comer. Ida B. Cupp. Ellsworth Noland, and Anna Hunt In the Circuit Court of Holt County, Missouri. By virtue and authority of a decree and or der of sale made by the said Court, in the above entitled cause, and of a certified copy thereof, dated August 27.1910. 1 will, on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY" 4, 1911, between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Oregon In Holt County. Missouri, sell, at Jiubllc vendue, to the highest bidder, the bl owing described Real Estate, viz: All that part of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section number eighteen (18). -.n township n mber sixty (60), of range number thirty-eight (38). lying on the southeast side of Kimsey creek, and also all the east half (H) of the southeast quarter or said section eighteen (18), In township six ty (60). or range thirty-eight (3?), excepting the following described tract, to-wlt Com mencing fifteen (15) rods and fourteen (14! links west or the northeast corner or the southeast' quarter or said section number eighteen (18) thence south forty-eight (48) rods, and seven (7) links, ti-ence west to the center or channel or Kimsey creek, thence down said channel with the' meandering thereof, to where the west line of the east half of the southeast quarter aforesaid cross es the same, thence north to the nort" line of said quarter section thence east to tho place ofbeginntng. Terms or Sale as follows, viz: Cash in hand. A. R McNULTV. Sheriff. Notice of Sheriff's Sale in Partition. Auberry Noland. Sarah F. Noland and Rltta McFarland vs. Dora Comer, Anna Hunt and Ellsworth No land. In the Circuit Court or Holt County, Missouri. By virtue and authority or a decree and or der or sale made by the said Court, in tb above entitled cause, and or a certified copy thereor, dated August 27, 1910. 1 will, on WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1911, between the hours of 9 o'clock In the fore noon and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of that day. at the fhiut door or the Court House in the City or Oregon In Holt County, Missouri, sell at public. vendue, to the highest bidder, the following described Real Estate, viz: AU the west hair or the west hair or the southwest quarter or section number even teen (17). In township number sixty (iW). of range number tlilrty-elght(38), in Holt Coun ty. Missouri, excepting five acres in the form of a square in the southeast con er thereor Terms or Sale as follows, viz: Cash In hand. A. R. McNIJLTY,' Sheriff. Notice of Meeting - of Stock holders of The Oregori In terurban Railway Company. !Notlee Is hereby given to all Stockholders of The Oregon Interurban Railway Company that the regular annual meeting of theStock holders or said Company will be held In the office or the Company In the Moore Block, in the City or Oregon. Holt County, Missouri, on MONDAY, JANUARY 0,1911. that said- meeting- Will 'lie 'convened at 9 o'clock n.tm. . or; that day-nd continued during sit least three hours, unless the,ohject for which the meeting is"5C lled be accom plished sooner: that the-object- for .which said meeting is called is to. elect nine Direc tors for a term or one year." By order of the Board of Directors, this Decembers. IS10. Attcstr-LEWIS I. MOORE, Secretary. -B. F.MORUAN, President. Woman's Union Programs. DECEMBER 12. Quotat ions-Subject 1 'The West." Story of California Mrs. Cummins Birds-Kve View of History ..." 31 rs. Uayhill Men Who Made the State Mrs. Walton Song Select ed Mrs. Lelnner Leland Stanford University . Mrs. Hra; Days of '49 Mrs. Evans. Music - Mrs. Allen DECK JIB Kit UU. Quotations Walt Whitman Story of Louisiana Mrs. Lelnner History Mrs. Dreher Prominent Louisianians.Ms. Hunker Music Miss Spoerle Heading Selected Miss Krye Sony '- Mrs. Hinde JANUARY i. Celebration of :JSth Anniversary. -.vriSKAcriox ucahaxtekh imionk. -M". GEOKGE GRAHAM Graduate Mo. Auction School AUCTIONEER FILLMORE Missorm. i;KNr.i:.iij-FAitM sai.ks. l.IVK STOCK 'jAVU MBItCIMMHftE. WANTED YOUNG MAN from Holt countj to prepare for desirable position in Govt. Mail Service. Salary, 8800. Rapid promotion tofl500. Splendid opportunity. Address Bot One, Cedar Rapids. Iowa. From Corning Mirror. , uiyaeroud,' the l4-yer.-piti spa of Mr. anfl' Mrs. Dick Strojid, ; toojr down with the appendicitis, Sunday, and on Monday evening, November 28r he was taken to the hospitai at St. Joseph by Dr. L. H. Long. His father and mother accompanied them. On Tuesday an operation was performed. Wednesday he was report odas getting along as well as could be expected. It will be remembered by many that Clyde's brother died many years ago from tan operation "for appendicitis ip a St.' Joseph hospital arid Clyde's many young friends are -.Hoping for his speedy recovery. G. B. Kirkedall has sold the City Hotel and Butcher Shop to a Mr. George Weber, of Sioux count'. Neb. Mr. Weber is a German, with a wfc two sons and two daughters. The family will arrive within two weeks, when possession will be given. A casii price of $2,650 was given , Mj Kirkendall : for the pdpert:y:MTJ!r.' Weber is a thrifty citizen'arid will no doubt handle both businesses in a satisfactory way. Onr citizens will certainly welcome this excellent fami ly to our community. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkendall will probably go .toOmaba to reside permanently." ; v' Sunday morning, November 27, about 9:30 fire was discovered in the second story of A. T.'Neal's large de-, partment store at Nisnabotha. The fire burned rapidty, fanned by a high wind and very little was saved. Th building was a two-story, about 80 feet long and had a frontage of 30 feet. The lower floor was used by the store and warerooms and the upper floor was used as a residence by Mr. Neal. We learn some flour, the piano and a few household goods were saved!" The building burned down in Mess' than an hour. The loss will foot up probably $10,000 on stock and buildV 'ing. There, is an insurance of $2.500,, on the stock. The large, two-story residence of ' the Allan heirs occupied by Dr. Long caught Srenear the chimney; Wednes day morning, and a general cpnflagr- tion was only averted .by the speedy aid given by a few genuine fire fights . ers. The Wind at the time - was stir- -j ring quite lively but the boys on the roof succeeded in tearing away the shingles and reaching the tire with "a ' supply of water. Mrs. Madison, who runs the hotel on the north, and Mrs., Massock, who lives to the south, were both badly scared. I f the lire had got started beyond control the whole southeast corner of the town would have been consumed. ' SEAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH PUBLISH KD WKKKLY BY W. H RICHARDS. OKSOON.MO. OFFICE UPSTAIR IN 1HKMOOKK BLOCK... Abstracter aHi Heiotlatorsf Liau, Transfers for week ending "Novem ber 2G, 1910: - "' WARRANTY DEEDS. J A Springer to W O v'Yous, s . . w . 44i feet lot 4, block 8,' Mound Citv. .1 .v . . . .$10,000. :W O Vous to J A Springer, 94 ; acres 17 and 8, 62, m .. 10,080 QUIT-CLAIMS; W B Hopper to Francis - J ruaKeiv, nit ui-iio acres l ? and 22joo, 39.. .?:..y?Tg- TRANSFERS. WILLS. AC. . Alex M Hunter to' Delia Huh- v v?. ' ter, will. , -j.. CathJI Hahn to, Xeltfe&Haii!i!'-t.s' Will v -i-i,r - ' T R Mueller by trustee to N'H " Roberts, lots 10 and 11. block 11, Add Maitland .Y.v 2000 H Kaiser by trustee to Wm' ',' Hoblitzell, w' 100 acres .siy and 28. 00. : . v . 827. ' xransiers lor weeK ending necem ber 3, 1010: r WARRANTY 1JEKDS. W R Irwin to TS Martin, e 5 ne 24. ;:. 41 f...$ ",.500. A Prussman to P I) Miller, lots H and 7, block 1. Maitland ... 1,250 C M Bope toW R. White, 22 acres n and 7. ia.4o M.ooO II R Miller to Elzy.I Patterson, lot 1 and s .")) feet lots 2 .and s. Armstrong's SulKli vision, nv ."Jl. iJ. -S j A A Day to G K and Gl jSin- clair. i ne sv 27. 00. .''.) .Ino Donovan to Hy Gilbert, lots '20. block 10. Maitland . 4,000 200 V II White to Emma Knudsen, 272 acres 0 and 7. 02. 40 .... ., .15,000 V Vance. Jr. to A E Fitcht.liy .1 P Davis t;t al to W II Patter-' son. lot 2, block 4. Motnd City :.. (; cap. man's DKI5IJ. .Ino I i rod beck toGottlielf I-'ink. tract in 20. oo. HI o.r IT-CLAIMS. M A Maple to Gotthlir Fink, tract in 20, 0O..T7 r.. S C Nash to Gotthlil" Fink, tract in 20, no, .T7 .losiah -Hershner to Gotthlif Fink, tract in "20. 00, .T7 4.500 1.000 50 I 00 1 00 1 00 HUNTERS! Positively no hunting allowed ori: mv farm .with either gun.trap or dog: Gko. R. Murray. - cast, evea of our lives.