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Notice I hereby given that Letter of Ad ministration upon the estate of Charles f ttowara, aeoeaseo, late or Linn oounty, Mis souri, have been granted to the undersigned, O. F. Libby. by the probate Court of Linn county, Missouri, bearing date the 15th day f September, imb... All persona having claim against lata estate are required to exhibit them to ma for allowance within one year after the' date of such letters or tney may oe preoiuaea irom any oenent or such estate, and If suoh claims be not ex hibited within two years from the date of the publication of this notice they will be forever barred. , 0. P. LIB BY, Oct. 9th, 1905. ,.. . Administrator. Order of Publication In Vacation. In the Ltnn Oounty Circuit Court In vaca tion after the May Term, 1906: James H. Brunemer, Plaintiff, a Edward R. Black, William Black, Elisabeth Loomis, Ella Millett. Missouri Dunkle, Emma Given, Agnes Snyder and The State of Missouri to the above named defendants. Greeting: Now on this 23rd day of September, 1905, cornea the Plaintiff, bv his attorneys. O. k Lib by and H. J. Liibby, and files petition in the above entitled cause under oath and in vacation after the May Term, 1905, of the Linn County Circuit Court and stating - jimonff other thin its that the Defendants. and each of them, are non-residents of the State of Missouri atd cannot be serve with notice of the pendanoy of this suit by the usual and ordinary process of law In this state; that the Plaintiff and Defendants have title to Lots Nos. Fifty-Eight (58) and Sixtv (60) in the east half of Block no. Mine' teen (19) in the original town, now city, of Laolede, Missouri; are tenants in common, and as such are entitled to partition of such real estate according to their respective In terest in the same, and Plaintiff prays for Judgment of partition and that the lands be sold an 1 after all costs are paid the proceeds be divided anioug the respective owners. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk in va cation that the Defendants. Edward R. Black, William Black, Elizabeth Loomis, Ella Millett, Missouri Dunkle, Emma Given. Agnes Snyder and Ida Stimmell, be notified by publication that Plaintiff herein has filed suit the object and general nature of which Is to procure a partition of the above de scribed real estate; and it s lurtner ordered that the Defendants be and appear in this court on Monday, the first day of the Deo cember Term. 1905. of the Linn County Olr - cult Court (the same being the 11th day of December, 1905) to be holden at the City of Linneus, Linn County, Missouri, ana on said day to answer or plead to said petition or In default therein said petition will be taken as confessed and judgment by default will he rendered against the defendants. It is furthet ordered that a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four consecutive weeks in Thk Laclkok Blade, a weekly newspaper printed and published and circulated in said Oounty of Linn, dulv designated by I'lalntlff s attor neys and approved by the Clerk as being most likely to give notice to the Defendants. The last Insertion to be at least thirty days .before said next Term of tne court. J. M. BLACK. Clerk. State of Missouri. I County of Linn, f hS I. J. M. Black. Clerk of the Linn Oounty Circuit Court, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing writing is a lull, true and complete oopy oi tne orig inal order of publication in said cause as fully as the same nppears of reoord In my office. , -. Witness my hand and the seal seal of said Court at my office in Lin ' , rieus. Mo., this 23rd day of Septem fcer. 1905. J. M. BLACK. Clerk of the Oirouit Court O. F. LiBBr and H. J. LlBBT, Attorneys for Plaintiff. DR. GOEE'S SUniBlBTJ. 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CaareJtatien Free and confidential, at aomca or oy letter, I nitty yean experience. I7S aatfe niastrated Book Fro, giving- macs valuable Information. Call at office or write to nD l II ftnc Omct, 8 1 S Walnut 8t. Uil. In Mi bUCf KANSAS CITY, MO. CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS. as HIGHEST AVARD (GOLD MEDAL) St Uois World Fair, Badae ytmrte ofbytaitaV Urn a 1'FCnCn CA8 ENGINE AND iia.Ua.il CAS PRODUCER. 1 PeaastfTarf. 1 SaaaMtfty, f al.ty, Safety. Pre Oaa, VaSnrai Wftin VOB CATALOOUm. WCSEN QA9 AND QASOUNE ENGINE Co. Box 833, Kansas City, Mo. eves eSStes hr mm tag paper waaa yea writ. fc RUPTURE mT0S FATBOTAJjre VTITL CfffMB qawy 4 raiwa.au I iy ceres. Kaeatttac vuie uuerv ii etv I rear eaae eaa 4 f ov fnw took. tatttaoetala mi wrrmm, Lrr. acravaas a. Hum UM Wmm Ota atraat. Wiaau City. M. . . ..f mm4 b,Odl. t4Wun an r " ?r aweJiimlra. feiriauy rmajl - t if. i tL t.f-Ll t. ,,a What Hai Beea Dona at tha October Term ; Held In Brookneld. a aaaaaaaaa, I The Lina county circuit court has been in session for the past two weeks at Brookfield. There have been no cases of especial importance, but the mill has been grinding along on such as it had to dispose of. The Daggett Hardware Co. vs. W. H. Brownlee and R. W. Clements, mandate from supreme court affirm ing jungment of circuit court filed. Elmer W. McClelland va Floy Mc Clelland, non-suit. C. B. Burns vs Dr. J. W. Linville and wife, non-suit. State vs Charles Kirby, prosecuting attorney took noil prosequi as to first and third counts of the information Defendant plead guilty to the crime of forgery in the second degree, stated iu the information, namely, passing a check on the Brownlee Banking Co., knowing the same to be forged and counterfeited, and his pun ishment fixed at imprisonment in the state penitentiary for a term of two years. State vs Sam Holland and Crum Williams, plead guilty to charge of stealing chickens in the night time from the premises of Mrs. Edsell and their punishment fixed at imprison ment in the county jail for sixty days each. R. J. Dail et al vs Elizabeth Dail et al, non-suit. John N. Taylor vs Prof. Adolf Treumann, continued for want of not ice of appeal. J. L. Morey vs C. B. & Q. Ry. Co., dismissed by stipulation. W. W. Pressey vs B. F. Taylor, continued by agreement. Bernard Schaefer vs Herbert Row el, dismissed at cost of plaintiff. Ed. Parsley vs B. F. Moss et al, continued by agreement. B. F. Perkins vs B. F. Moss, non suit. Illinois Sewing Machine Co. vs M. Y. Rusk, non-suit, Ida S. Ellis vs Charles Ellis, non suit. Sarah Bailey vs Sam Hufiaker et al, non-suit as to defendants Sam L. and J. W. Hufiaker. Judgment against J. R. Huffaker and W. V. Dickinson for costs. James A. Moore vs B. F. Moss et al, non-suit. Lsuisa Notrott et al vs Charles Schoess et al, sheriff's report of final distribution filed and approved. W. S. Cherry et al vs Mary C. Botts et al, same order. Swofford Bros, vs Sarah F. Moss, non-suit. A. Z. Clark & Co. vs C. B. & Q. Ry. Co., transferred to Linneus by stipulation. Obe Broyles vs C. B. & Q. Ry. Co., transferred to Linneus by stipulation. Edna Smith vs Marion Smith, non suit. L. Kathyrine Quincy vs Alfred Quincy, plaintiff divorced and maiden name of L'. Kathyrine Felt restored. James C. Taylor vs Maude Taylor et al, sheriff's report of final distribu tion filed and approved. John b. liaw vs Xj. i. Allen, man date, stricken from the docket and transferred to Linneus. State vs Wm. Ralon, charged with criminally assaulting Mattie Richard son, the 13 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson, on Aug. 8, 1903, verdict of not guilty returned. . Stat vs Wade Havens, prosecuted as Lee Havens, by order of prosecut ing attorney charge is reduced from burglary to petit larceny and sentence of twelve months in the county jail imposed. John W. Hovis vs Alice N. Hovis, plaintiff dismissed his petition. De fendant granted divorce on her an swer and cross-bill, lne name oi Alice K. McCowan, alter Her former husband, restored. Defendant grant ed 1500.00 alimony npon condition thai aha male, execnta and deliver a quit claim deed in the property of Mr. Hovis. ' - Hands E. GtUej vs Kt A.' Gal ley, plaintiff divorced. Granted care and custody of minor children, Dewey and Hazel: : i . , -. Mike B urns vs Thomas H. Burns, partition, land ordered sold. vWm. tf. Wheeler vs W. M. Gold en, verdiet Tor defendant. , ; State vs Ed Ellis, plead guilty to crime of stealing from the person - of another the Bum. of f 130.00 and sen tenced to two years in the penitentiary. Ellis may be paroled on good behav ior. ' r : : v . City of Laclede ys C. H. Hetrick non-suit. Everett M. Reuck vs Lucy A. Reuck, continued. In the matter of Marceline Fue' Co., assignee's report approved and cause continued. In the matter estate of John J, Fruin, all demands ordered paid in full, assignee allowed $250 for services and his attorneys $200, cause contin ued. Edward M. Fitch vs Elva Fitch, plaintiff divorced, defendant awarded care and custody of minor children and plaintiff ordered to pay $20 per month for their support. Matilda C. Williams vs Wm. Wil hams, plaintiff divorced and awarded $300 alimony on condition of her ex ecuting quit claim deed of her dower interest in plaintiff's real estate, Florence H. Wells vs H. M. Dake et al, the deed of trust given to L. S Hickman, receiver of the Bro.kfield Loan and .Building Association, de clared superior to plaintiff's equities. Deed of trust to plaintiff ordered foreclosed. Hattie Robinson vs Fred Robinson, plaintiff divorced and awarded $300 alimony. Stephen Yount vs the unknown heirs of Fannie Yount deceased, con tinued. John Ford vs Mattie Blood, order of distribution of trust funds ordered. Sarah J. Davis vs James Davis et al, non-suit. Maggie M. Reuck vs Aaron Reuck, non-suit.-- State ex rel J. B. Fleming vs Emi L. Jackson et al, judgment for want of answer for taxes and costs, land ordered sold. State ex rel Fleming vs Cor win F. Goldsmith, same order. State ex rel Fleming vs R. F. Sumpter, same order. State ex rel Fleming vs Charles Kidwell et al, same order. State ex rel Fleming vs Mrs. L. C. Guyer, same order. State ex rel Fleming vs C. W. Franklin, same order. State ex rel Fleming vs L..P. Kern et al, same order. State ex rel Fleming vs S. F. Brew er and H. K. West, non-suit as to West, same ' order as to Brewer as above. L. R. Williamson vs J. R. William son et al, transferred to Linneus. Moses Fifield vs R. A. Heaton, con tinued. Edward M. Randolph vs A. M. Sesser, non-suit. Geo. W. Bailey vs J. L. Crawford and C. H. White, alias summons to sheriff of Jackson county and cause continued. . State ex rel Hickman ys Brook field Building and Loan Association, continued. Marceline State Bank vs E. H. Smith et al, J. E. Howe, garnishee, proceedings stayed until discharge in bankruptcy is passed upon. Marceline State Bank vs E H. Smith et al, same order. State vs Susan Duncan, transferred to Linneus. , ' H. W. Pratt vs Marceline Coal Co. et al, garnishee discharged for failure of plaintiff to file interrogator ies. '. ' - State vs R. 8. Marsh, cause and motion to .forfeit recognizance , for failure to appear continued until next term of court. . - Edward K. Welsh vs Sam a Mc- AHister, title to real estate quieted. 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