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Morgan County republican. (Versailles, Mo.) 1906-1914, October 17, 1912, Image 8

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fimtfUyof unlet tcim, miower or plead lothe
pttltlon herein, the tame will be taken eon
fekxeil, antl Judgment will I rendered accord.
Innly. And It ( further ordered that a copy
hereof he puhllshed once a week Jor four con
tecutive weeki In the Morgan County KBraM.1
can, a weekly newspaper j.rinted and published
In wild Morgan county, the lastlnnertlpn to he at
leant thirty days beforr the first day of said next
term of tint court. , .. .
Jno. J. tonus. Circuit Clerk.
A true copy from the record,
Witnen my hand and the teal of j the Circuit
Court of Morgan county, Mlaaotirl, thl the lt
clay of )ctoler, 1911
iihai.1 no, J. Jowss 'Circuit Clerk.
John Hunch, the stock dealer, of
Htinccton, is hern looking after some
cattle he has on Dr. Well's pasture.
Arc you going into partnership in
the saloon business? Whenever you
sign a petition for license you arc a
full-fledged partner in the criminal
Just a Starter
In order to impress upon his con
gregation the length of eternity, a
colored preacher used the following
"If a sparrow, breddern, should
take a drop of water from the Atlan
tic ocean at Coney Island, and with
this drop of water in his beak should
hop a hop a day until it reached the
Pacific ocean at San Francisco, and
when it got there should let the drop
fall into the Pacific, and when this
ivas done should turn around and hop
a hop a day all the way back to Co
ney Island and get another drop and
do the same thing over again, and
keep on doing this very same thing
until it had carried the whole Atlan
tic ocean over into the Pacific, it
would then only be early morning in
eternity." Everybody's Magazine.
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IU taking chance. You want
and should insist upon having
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l 16Pc Booklet on oi
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Morgan and State of Missouri, on the ninth day
of December, 1912, at which time and place aaid
defendant! are required and commanded to be
and appear and to plead, answer or demur to
filaintiff'a said petition, otherwise the allega
ions contained in said petition will be taken
and considered aa confessed and judgment ren
dered according to the prayer thereof, forever
barring and precluding said defendants from
hereaher setting up any claim or title to aid
real property. The Morgan County Kki-chm-can,
published In Versailles, Morgan County,
Missouri, having been designated by the plain
tiff and his attorney, as the newspaper most
likely to gire notice to the defendant of the
pendency of this actloii.it is further ordered
that a copy of.this order be published in said
Morgan County Rrpuhmcan, once a week for
and during four weeks successively, the tant In
sertion of said order In said newspaper to he at
least thirty days before the first day of the next
regular term of court.
John J. Jones,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
State of Missouri
an )
County of Morga
I. Jno. J. Jones, Clerk, of the Circuit Court of
the County aforesaid, hereby certify that the
foregoing is a true copy of the original order of
publication as the same appear of record in this
This 15th day of October, 1912.
hkai. John J, Jonks.
Clerl: of the Circuit Cour
Whereas, Edward Norrls and Olive Norris, his
wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated the 7th
day of April 1910 and recorded In book 21 at page
H9of deed records of Morgan County Missouri,
conveyed to the undersigned trustee the follow
ing described real estate situate in the County of
Morgan and State of Missouri to-wit: Lot eleven
111) in iiiocic -it- 01 Williamson's addition to
the town now Cltyl of Versailles, Missouri, ex
cept a strip eleven II feet wide off of the South
side of said lot, liked us an nlley, in trust to se
cure the payment of h certain negotiable prom
issory note In said deed of truxt described, and
whereas default ha lieeu made In the payment
01 saiu nine ami inc same IS now long since Hue.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that at
the request of the legal holder of said note. I
will, on Saturday the 19th dav of October, 1912
between the hours of nine o'clock In the fore
noon and five o'clock of the afternoon of that
day, sell the real estate herein described, at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for cash In hand
at the Court Home door ill the City of Ver
sailles, County of Morgan and State of Missouri,
for the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness
and the exjwtises of executing this trust.
Amoh A. Knoop. Trustee.
, Street" car conductors are not neces
sarily fond of jam.
When your food docs not digest well
unci you feel "blue," tired and discourag
ed, you should use a little HERBINK at
bedtime. It opens the bowels, purifies
the system and restores a fine feeling oj
health and energy. Price 50c. Sold by
GIoIm.- Drug Store.
He good to your wife and she will be
J. N. Nyden, Frisco, Mo., says: 'Last
winter I contracted a severe cold and it
settled on my lungs. My lungs were
verv sore, and I got n bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound. That cured
me right away, and I recommend it to
all." For sale by all Druggists.
Order of Publication.
Slate of Missouri. County of Morgan, SS.
In the Circuit court, Morgan county, Missouri.
December term, 191. . Adam Mejers plaintiff,
Nathan p. Stevens.if living, and if dead, then
the unknown heirs, devisees grantee and wid
ow of said Nnthaii 1". Stevens;
Kobert Williamson anil Catharine Williamson
living, and if dead, then the unknown heirs,
devisees and grantees of said Kolieit William
son, defendants, m
The State of Missouri lo the alnjve named de
fendants, You are hereby notified that the aliove mimed
plaintiff has this day fi'td his petition, dulv ver.
Ified. with the undersigned clerk of the Circuit
court of said county in vacation, whertin said
plaintiff alleges that he is the owne' of the
south halt of the north west quarter, section ').
township 44, range 18 in said county of Morgan;
that he and those iimler whom he claims have
leeit, for more than ten years last passed. In the
open, notorious, actual adverse possession there
of; that the legal nud equitable title to same
emanated from the government ocr ten vears
ago' that the defendants, Nathan I', Stevens and
Rotiert Williamson and Catharine Williamson,
if living, seem to have ome record claim of
title to said land as apparent patentee and
grantees as shown by plat book of said county
ami the mortgage records theieof, mid if they
he dead, then their heirs, devisees and grantees
art unknown lo plaintiff, who for that reason
cannot set forth their name, herein nor describe
tneir interest lor me reason that same is tin
known to plaintiff, that the said defendants
are not residents of the state of Missouri; that
they have never been In the actual possession 0(
said land, but that such apparent record owner
Sllitl f)f Snifl (If frllflfllllk fn Kftlil laiwl la mi-frm
' and prejudicial to the plaintiff, whereupon, it
isomcrcu oy mc ciern oi tins court III vacation
that said defendants be notified by publication,
that Plaintiff has commenced a suit against
them in this court, the object and general nature
or which is to try, adjudge and determine the
title of the said south half of the noithwest
quarter, section 9. township 44 , range 1H in said
county, and for a decree divesting the defend
ants of right, title or interest therein and to vest
such apparant interest as they may hold to saiil
lands In the plaintiff, and that unless they I
and anear at this court, at the next term there
of, to In; Iktbiiu and holde,i at the Courthouse
in the city of Versailles, In said county, on the
9th day of December next, and on or before the
When applying cold cream to the sltin
rub on with a slow rotary motion, using
a slight pressure. Take time and lay in
u stock of patience when setting out on
the journey after beauty.
When the chest feels on fire and the
throat burns, you have indigestion, and
you need HERBINK to get rid of the
disagreeable feeling. It drives out bad
ly digested food, strengthens the stom
ach and purifies the Ijowels. Price 50c.
Sold by Globe Drug Store.
Ordatr of Publication.
In the Circuit Court of Morgan County, Mis
sourl, in vacation, to I)ecemlr Term, 1912.
Samuel Brand, Plaintiff,
The unknown heir, devisees and granteesof
rorter . uavis, ueceaseu, Deiemiams.
The State of Missouri, to the above named de
fendants, greeting;
You are hereby notified that the above named
plaintiff has this day filed with the undersigned
Clerk of the Circuit court of Morgan County,
Missouri, in vacation, his petition, duly verified
by affidavit, wherein said plaintiff alleges that
the defendants claim some title, estate or inter
est In the subject matter of said petition and in
the land hereinafter described, but that plain
tiff cannot insert the names of said defendants
lo his said petition because the names of said
defendants are unknown to him; in which said
petition plaintiff further avers that thedefen
ants have obtained and derive their claim to
the property hereinafter described from one
Porter K. Davis, as heirs, consort, devisees, do.
nees, alienees, or immediate, mesne, remote,
voluntary or Involuntary grantees of said Porter
U. Davis; and that said petition contains as full
correct and complete n recital and description
of the claims of said defendants and how said
claims are derived a the same are known to
plaintiff. It is thereupon ordered by the under
signed clerk aforesaid, in vacation, that said
defendants bo notified that an action haslieen
commenced against them in the Circuit court of
Morgan County, in the state of Missouri, for the
purKse of trying, determining, settling, defin
ing and quieting the title to the following lies
cribed real estate in Morgan Comity, to-wit
The north half of the northwest quarter and the
west half of the southwest quarter of section
one, the northwest quarter and the north half of
the northeast quarter and the south half of the
northeast quarter and the southeast quarter, and
the east half of the southwest quarter of section
two, township 40 of range 1H, in Morgan County
Missouri, and containing in alt six hundred and
ninety and seventy-six hundredths (090.76) acres,
and by which said action p'aintltf seeks to for
ever bar and preclude the said defendants, mid
each of them, fmm setting up any interest or
claim in or to said real estate adversely to saiil
plaintiff, and which said action is returnable to
aun triable on the first day of the next regular
term of this court, lo lie holdeu at the cuurt
house In the City of Versailles, in the County of
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Price Jones, Asst. Cash'r
First National Bank
Versailles, Mo.
Condensed Official Statement Sept. 4. 1912
Loans and discounts $141,385.19
Bank building and furniture 9,250.00
Bonds and premiums 34.630.00
Five per cent redethp'n fund 1 ,500.00
Capital stock fW.OOO.UO
Surplus and profits.. 12,004.04
Circulation 30,000.00
Bills Papable 20,000.00
Cash and sight exchange 46,241.92 Deposits 136.OOS.07
Total $233,007.11 Total $233,007.11
The above 'statement is correct,
V. A. Bueu., Cashier.
We carry ample insurance against burglary and robbery Burglar-proof
lime-lock safe. Conservative management. Business solicited.
Perhaps girls kiss each other merely
to kerp in practice.
Saves Leg of Boy.
"It seems that my 14-year old boy
would have to lose his leg, on account of
an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise,"
wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone, N. C. "All
remedies and doctors treatment failed till
we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cur
ed him with one box." Cures burns,
boils, skin eruptions, piles.25c at Kardell
Drug Co.
Woman is a slave to fashion; man to
habit. Fashion usually improves, while
habit grows worse. Bui you can get rid
of a habit.
A Lot on the Tract
of the fast express means trouble ahead
if not removed, so does loss of appetite.
It means lack of vitality, loss of strength
and nerve weakness. If appetite fails,
lake Electric Bitters quickly to overcome
the cause by toning up the stomach and
curing the indigestion. Micheal Hess
lieimer of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick
over three years, but six bottles of Elec
tric Bitters put him right on his feet
again. They nave helped thousands'
They give pure blood, strong nerves, and
good digestion. Only 50 cents at Kardell
Drug Co.
We have heard a great deal about
"woman's gentle touch," but along
about the first of the month we believe
that the gentleness of it is greatly overestimated.
J. A. McLain, Fruitland, Mo., state
"My wife was bothered with kidney
trouble for about five years arid had tried
different doctors and had taken several
different kinds of kidney medicine with
out results. She began taking Foley
Kidney Pills which have done her more
good than any medicine she has ever
taken and will, I think, give her a per
manent cure." For sale by all Druggists.
While the men are indulging in fren
zied finance the women are plunging in
to frenzied matrimony.
There's a good deal of human nature
in woman's inhumanity to woman,
Saved by His Wife., .,;
She's a wise womau who knows just
what to do wheu her husband's life is in
danger, but Mrs. K. J. Flint, Braintree,
Vt., is of that kind, "she insisted on
my using Dr. Kiugs New Discovery,"
writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough,
wheu I was so weak fcmy friends all
thought I had only u short time to live,
uud it completely cured me." A quick
cure "for coughs and colds, it's thermos!
safe and reliable media tie for many
throat and lung troubles grip, bronchit
is croup, whooping cough, quinsy, ton
silms, hemorrhages. A trial will convin
ce you. 50 els, and $1.00, Guaranteed
by, Kardell Drug Co.
W. A. Crayton, Bessville, Mo., says:
"I got down on my back last winter with
kidney and bladder trouble until at.
times I could hardly get up. I saw Fo
ley Kidney Pills advertised so I got a
box of them and they straightened me
right up and I can recommend them to
all who have kidney troubla." For sale
by all Druggists.
If the garden of Eden was located in
Africa, then Adam and Eve must have
been Ethiopians, and it naturally. follpws
that the forbidden fruit was watermel
on. G. II. Combs, a well known citizen of
Mercer Co , Mo., states: "About a vear
ngo I took a severe cough and I tried dif
ferent kinds of medicine and two physic
ians, but they did not help me. My son
left me a bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, and it helped me a great
deal more than anything I had taken."
For sale bv all Druggists.
Lots of women believe that their hus
bands are great men because they write
bad hands, but they get no one to agree
with them except their husbands.
Awomau's idea of a model husband is
one whttlets his wife do as jhe plcaaes.
Tickling in the throat, hoarsuess, loss
of voice, indicate the need of UAL-
eases the lungs, quiets the cough and le
8tores health iu the bronchial tubek.
Price 25c, 50c aud $1.00 per bottle. Sold
by Globe Drug Store.
It takes a genuine diplomat to get into
trouble and back out again without get
ting a single spot on his reputation.
If the child starts in its sleep, grinds
its teeth while sleeping, picks at the
nose, has a bad breatti, fickle appetite
pale comple xiou, and dark rings under
the eyes; it has worms; and as loug as
they remain in the intestines, that child
will be sickly. WHITE'S CREAM VER
MIFUGE clears out the worms, strength
ens the stomach and bowels and puts the
little one on the road to health and cheer.
fulness, Price 2.5c per bottle. Sold by
Globe Drugstore.
The renson souw women know so
much about raising children is bec-iu he
they haven't ans.
Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands,
or feet requires a powerful remedy that
will penetrate the flesh. BALLARD S
SFOW LINIMENT possesses that power
Rubbed in where the pain H felt is all
that is necessary to relieve suffering aud
restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 5oc
and l 00 per liottle. Sold by Globe
Drug Store.
A man dislikes faint praise almost as
much us he hates abuse.
Francis M. Hughes, Spralt, Mo. says:
"I have had kidney and bladder trouble
when I tried a sample of Foley Kidney
Pills. The" relieved me, so I bought a
bottle aud find they have .done me more
good, and I got great resultn. I recom
mend Foley Kidney Pills an I got more
results from them than from anything I
ever took," For sale bv all Druggists.
Every fellow in the world flatters him
self that he Is a born lover, and that his
method of loveniaking is irrliistible.
This Is because every woman in the
world, from a 14-year old to grandmoth
er, tries to see how many kinds of a fool
a man will make of himself in a given
time if allowed free rein.
J. A. Adleman, West, Plains, Mo., was
con fined to his bed with rheumatism,
and suffering intense pain. "A friend
reccommended Foley Kidney Pills and I
began taking them, with great benefit.
In a few dajs I whs out of bed, in a few
more up to town, and in lfi days I threw
my cane away. I cheerfully recommend
Foley Kidney Pills to others." For s-ile
by all Druggists,
If she gives you a smoking jacket and
a Turkish fez, do not jump at the con
clusion that she wants to keep you home
for your society. It is more liltelv that
she expects you to sit in the cozy corner
aud complete the "effect."'
Fortunes In races
There's often much truth in the sajiug
"hex face is her fortune," but it's never
said where pimp'es, skin eruptions, blot
ches, or other blemishes disfigure it. Im
pure blood is back of them all, and
shovis the need of Dr King's New Life
Pills. They promote health and beauty.
Try them. 50 cents at Kardell Drug Co.
(t is easy to convince a womau that
she is beautiful, aud.a man that he is in
tellectual. If proof were needed, then
three fourths of the people in the world
would be miserable. ,

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