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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1921
For Your Home, Parties or
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Telephone .Main 2105
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rrcstJent jco. s. litlttrin Dry Geo J,
CALVIN C. DURNES.
GEO. A NELSON,
Vice-President and C'aib'w.
Tfotlco Is hereby given that Letters.
Testamentary, upon the- csUto of
Darrnnt VanNest, deceased, have been
granted to the undersigned, by tho
Probate Court o( Duchanan County,
Missouri, boarlnp; dato of the 21st day
of November, 1921.
All persons having; claims against
said estate nro required to exhibit
them to me for allowance, within six
months from date of Bald letters, or
they may bo precluded from any ben
efit of such estate; and It said claims
bo not exhibited within one year from
the dato of the publication of this
notice, they wll lbe forover barred.
MAIIY n. VANNEBT,
Tred M. Wanger, Clerk of Probate.
OHDEIl OF PL'IHilCATION
In the Circuit Court of Buchanan
County, Missouri, to tho January, 1922,
First Hcformcd Church of St.
Joseph, Missouri, a rorpoia-
Tho Homo .Missions of tho He
formed Church In tho United
States, and The Hoard of Homo
Missions of tlie Reformed Chinch
In the United States, Peter S.
llansom, Joseph II. Jennings,
Flora A. Jennlug3, Thomas Hai
bine, and tho unknown consorts,
heirs, devisees, donees, alienees,
Immediate, mesne or remote, ol
untiry or lmoluntary gtantced of
Peter S. Itansom, Joseph U. Jen
nings, Flora A. Jennings, ami
Thomas Harblne, and the un
known donees, alienees, immed
iate, mesne or remote, oluntary
or lmoluntary Grantees of Tho
Home Missions of the Reformed
Chutch In the United States, nntl
Tho Hoard of Homo Missions of
tho Reformed Church In the
United State Defendants
OKDEIt OF PUBLICATION
Now, on this 10th day of Nmembcr,
1921, comes the plaintiff, by .:s at
tornejs, and It appearing to the batls
faction of tho above named court, by
allegation in plaintiff's petition, that
tho delendants, Tho Home Missions of
the Reformed Church In the United
States and Tho Hoard of Hoirc .Mis
sions of the R-formed Church In the
United Etatjs, Piter S Ransom, Jos
eph H. Jt linings, Flora A. Jenn'ngs,
Thomas Harblne, are non-residents of
the state of Missouri, and do not re
side therein, and catnot be served
with the ordinal y process of law In
the rtato of Missouri;
And l further appearing to tho
satisfaction of the court, by alleatUin
in said petition, duly erifiod by tho
agent or the plaintiff, taat Uere tiro
persons interested In, or who ilalm to
bo interested In, the subject matter of
this petition, and in the rial ist.ito
therein and herein described as lota
one and two, In block tin. In St. Jos
eph Improvement Addition, an addi
tion to the city of St. Joseph, Buchan
an County, Missouri, whose names the
plalntitf cannot Insert th-rcln or hero
in because they aro unknown to plain
tiff but tint such porsoii3 aie the un
known consorts, heirs, devisies, do
nees, alienees. Immediate, mesne or
remote, voluntary or Involuntary
grantees t Peter S. Ransom, Joseph
H. Jenulngi, Flore A. .'jnnlngs, and
Thomas Harblne, and the unknown
donees, alienees, Immediate, mesne or
remote, oluntary or Involuntary
grantees of The Homo Missions of the
Reformed Church In the United
Mates, and The Board of Home Mis
sions of the Reformed Church In the
United States, whose Interest In said
real estato was derived by reason of
certain deeds, dated, and recorded In
the olflce of the recorder of deeds of
Buchanan Count), Missouri, as fol
lows. Deed to Peter S. Ransom, d-tted
February 4, 1S64, recorded In b(o!c
31, page 100.
Deed to Joseph B. Jennings, dated
November 15, 18C5, recorded In book
36, page 3SS.
Deed to Thomas Harblne, dated
May 2S, 1S09, recorded In book 65,
Deed to Thomas Harblne, dated May
28, 1809, recorded In book 105, page
Deed to Bonfamln Chllds, dated
Juno 2, 1809, recorded hi book 65,
Deed to Tho Board of Homo Mis
sions of the Reformed Church In the
United States, dated May 14, 1002,
recorded In book 292, page 208.
It Is, thoiefore, orJe-ed that the
dcttndants and the above unknown
persons, ba notified b) publication, as
re'quircd bj law, that the plaintiff
have tomriienc.d their suit In this
court, again&t said defendants, and
said unknown persons, by petition,
the object and general nature of which
Ih lo ascertain, deteimino and adjudi
cate tl e claims, right, title and inter
est, of the persjns, plaintiff and de
fendants. In and to the above described
real estate, and that unless said de
fendants, and stld above unknown
persons, shall bo and appear at tho
next term of this court, to be begun
and held at tho Court House, In the
city of St. Joseph, Buchanan County,
Missouri, on the first Monday of Jan
uary, 1922, on or befoi the third daj
of said term, to answer plaintiff's pe
tition, the same will bo taken for con
fessed as to them, and an order and
decreo rendered accordingly, vesting
tho title to said above described nal
estate In the pltlntlff, nml hairing and
enjalnlnc tho defendants, and said un
known persone, and every one claim
ing by, through or under them, or any
of them, from -ettlng up or claiming
any right, tltlo or Interest, In or to, or
Hen upon, any part of tho abovo de
scribed real estate. '
It Is further ordered that a copy
of this order bo published In The St.
Joseph Observer, a newspaper pub
lished In the city of St, Joseph, Bu
chanan County, Missouri, for four
weeks Bucccssliely, tho laft Insertion
of which shall bo at letst fifteen- (16)
days before tho next January, 1922,
term of this court,
Attect: A true ropy.
EMMETT J. CHOUSE,
By Eugene Roseburg, Deputy Clerk
Urnves & Watklns, Attornejs for
ADMINISTH VTOirs NOTICE
Notice It hereby given that letters
of Administration, upon the rs'ate of
Frank Hcllcy, deieascd, have been
granted to the undersigned, by the
1'robate Court of Huchanan Counts,
Missouri, hearing date of the 30th day
of November, 1921,
All persons buying eltlnis oi.nI.iKt
said estate are requited to exhibit
them to mo fur allowance, within six
months from dato of slid letters, ot
they may be precluded from an; ben
efit of such estite? and if said lalms
be not exhibited within one year fimn
tho date of tho publication of this
notice, they will bo forever hatred.
L. L. CHAPPKLLE,
(Seal) Adm nUtrator.
AtteHed: Clarkmlale, Mo,
Fred M, Wnnger, Clerk of FrobuU.
Notice U hereby given that Letters
of Administration, upon the estate of
Sophia Dornhnffer, i cetsed, havo
been granted to the undersigned, by
the Probate Court of Buchanan Coun
tj, Mlssouil, be-arlng date of the 16th
da of November, 1921
All poisons htviiiK !.ilniH against
said estate ore required to exhibit
them to me for allow uu e, within sl
months from date of slid letters, or
they may be precluded from any ben
ellt of such estate; and if said claims
be not exhibited within one jear from
the date of the publication of this
notice, they v,lll bo forever baried.
LOUIS J. DORNIIOrFHR,
Fred M. Wanger. CI i .. of Probate.
ORDER OF PI HLUWTION
In the Circuit Couit of Buchanan
County, Missouri, to tho Jan-jiy
Term, A. D, 1922
State ot Missouri, Count; of Bu
Nannie Morgan . . . . Plaintiff
Carl C. Morgan .j .Defendant
Now at this daj niran the plaintiff
by her attorney(4nnd It appealing to
the satisfaction of ihc Circuit Court
that said defendant, Carl C Morgan,
is a non-rtsldont, otLtho State of Mis
souri, nml does nut, lesldo therein. It
U ordered that said non-resident de
fendant be notified by publication, as
required by law, Jljat said plaintiff
has iiimmencedt her suit In this Court
against bald defendant b petition and
affidavit, the object and general na
ture of which lso obtain a decree of
divoiie from the defendant on the
ground of Indignities cuch as to ren
der her condltl&h ftf life as his wife
Intolerable, In ihU. to-v.lt. That the
defendant, although being an able
bodlfd man. failed and refused to
Piopeil; support the. plaintiff and her
Inf'int child; that tlif defendant often
.twoi mtcd wftn. wolrien of lewd and
laclvlous londua; tfiut he concspond
od with nthor wjitncn nnd talked with
them over tho ylephonc nnd that on
the 9th day of 0 tober. 1920, defen
dant left and deserted this plaintiff
6 nil has since Jhat time wholly ab
sentod himself from her. That unless
the sld defendant, Carl C. Morgan,
shall be and appear at the next term
of this Court, tdlbe begun nnd held at
the Court House, In the Citj of St.
Joseph, In Huclianan Count), Slate of
Mlssouil, on lb 2nd dty of January,
1922, fm or before the third day of
said turm, to answer plaintiff's pe
tition, the same'VIH be taken for con
fessed as to Mm and judgment ton
It Is firther ordered, that a copy
ot this orcW be published in The St.
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lished in tin Count) of Buchanan, for
four weeks sueeeslvei), the last In
set tlon of whleh to be ut least fifteen
da)s before the next Januarj, 1922,
teim of this Cjurt
A true cop) Attest:
EMMETT J. CHOUSE.
By J. L. McMenimy, Deputy Clerk.
Duval & Bo)d, Attorneys tot Plain
ADMINISTHA1 RI.V NOTICE
Notice Is hureb) given thit Letters
of Administration, upon the estate of
Eliza E Seott, deieihiil, have been
granted to tho undcrs'gned, by the
I'lobate Court of iincka van Count),
Missouri, beat lug date of the 5th da)
of Apt 11. 1921
All pel sons Imlng claims against
said estate are tequlrel to exhibit
them to me for allowanci, v.lthln six
months fiorn late of suid letters, or
they ma) be prt eluded fiom nny ben
efit of such eststu, nnd If sold claims
bo not exhibited within one )ear freyu
the date of tho publication of tins
nolle e, they will be lorever barred.
JHSSIE II SPARKS.
Fred M. YVangcr, Clerk of Probate,
ORDER OF Pl'HLICATION
In the Circuit Court of Buchanan
County, Missouri, to tho January
Term. A. D, 1922
State of Missouri. County of Bu
Mlttle Johnson Plaintiff
Walter Johnson .... Defendant
Now at this day comes the pltlntlff
by her attoine), and It appearing to
the satisfaction of tho Circuit Court
that said defendant, Walter Johnson,
Is a non-resident ot tho State of Mis
souil, and does not reside, therein, it
Is ordered that tld nomtesldent de
fendant be notified by publication, ns
required by law, that said plalntitf
has commenced her suit In this Court
against said defendant b) petition and
ntfldavlt, tho object and general na
ture of which is to obtain n decree of
divert o from the defendant on the
giound tint defendant has offered to
plaintiff such indignities as to render
plaintiff's condition intolerable In that
defendant refused to suppoit or cam
for plaintiff and cursed, struck and
ubused her, and on t"i-further ground
that defendant has absented hlmsulf
from plaintiff without reasonable
cause for the space uf one whole )ear
nnd more next In fore the filing of
her petition That un ess the Mid de
fendant. Walter Johnson, shall be nnd
appiar tit the next term of tb's Couit, !
to bu begun and hold ut u e o,i
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Buehannn Count) State of Missouri,
on the 2nd d v of January, 1922 on
or before the third day of said term
to answer plaintiff's petition, the
same will be taken for confessed as
to him nnd Judgment rendered ac
cording!). It Is further ordered, that a copy
of this order be published In The bt.
Joseph Observer, a newspaper pub
lished In the County of Buchanan, for
four weeks successively, the last In
sertion of which to be at least fifteer
da)s before tho next January, 1922.
term of this Court.
A true dipj Attest:
EMMETT J. CHOUSE,
B) Eugene Hoebur,r, Deputy Clerk.
Sam Wilcox. Attoine) for Plaintiff.
ORDFH OF PUBLICATION
State ut Missouri, County of Bu
In thi 1'iobate Court for the Count)
of lint luinii ind state of Missouri.
December linn, 1921.
In the matter of the estate of Mattle
Nelson tlreene. deceased.
ORDER OF PF1.LICATION
Comes now Du Val Smitn, Admln
Isti.ttor with Will annexed of the es
tate of Mattle Nelson Greene, dec-as-d,
and preents to the Court his pe
tltlon, pricing ofr an order for the
salo of so much of the leal estate ot
suid de eai-etl as will pay and natlsf)
the 1 1 ti.a'mng debts due b) saltl estate
and )ct unpaid for want of sufficient
assets, attompanied by the accounts
lists and Inventories nqilred by law
In such tasc, on examination whereoi
It Is ordeied tint all persons Inter
ested In thv estate of said deceased bt
notified that application as atorehaid
has been made and that unless the
eontrar.v be sluwii on or before the
first da) of the next teim of this
Couit, to lie held on the first day ot
March next, an order will be made for
the sale of the whole, ot so much ot
the real estate of said deceased as will
be sufficient for the pa) mem of said
debts, and it Is fuilhet ordered thai
this notice be published In some news
paper In this County for four weeks
before tho next term of this Court
State of Mlssouil, County uf Hu
I, Fied M. Wanger. Clerk of the
Probate Court held In and for said
County, heieby ttrtlfy that the abovt
IS a true cop) of the original Order in
PublU'Mliun then In referred to, as the
same appears of leeord in my office.
WitntiM ni) hand as C'erk anil the
seal of our will Court, done at m
office In St. Joseph, In said County.
this 5th da) of December. A. D., 1921
Ifw'l FRED M. WANOBR.
(1210) Clerk of IVokwte,
Kiedeilek rtifthar. 68, died at his
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