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STATE OF MtSSODBtJ cou.vrr of -boose. r lo the Circuit Court. In nratlou before J. Elliott Wllalte mud Mary Farley, rialntUTs. (against scsii) Tne unknown nelrs. consorts, devisees, donees, alienees and Immediate, mesne, re mote Tolnntarr and lnroluntary crauteee of Georffe Meepletoa deceased, and of rkarid Gordon deceased, and of Alfred B. IId deceased, and of John C Vanland lucnazn deceased, and of Jsmes ,Vanland lofnam Senior deceased, and of James lanUndlnffham Jon. deceased, and of Elisabeth esl deceased, and of Dora Veal deceased, and of Ann McCall deceased, and of James McCall deceased, and of Sallle Chaplin deceased, and of Jacob cnSDlln deceased, and of Tbeodosla Thorns deceased, and of Tbeodosla Thomas de ceased, and of George T. Gesa deceased, and of Susan W. IJerry deceased, and uf Elizabeth A. Terry deceased, and of John It. McCall deceased, and of James McCall Jr deceased, and of William McCall de ceased, and of George O. McCall deceased, and of Exran UcCall deceased, and of Mir? U. McCall deceased, and of Kllzatieth A. Thompson deceased, and of Marj J. Koblnaou deceased, and of Georse O Veal deceased, and of John Veal deceased, and of Jsmea el deceased, and of Dora Veal Jr. deceased, and of Newton Veal deceased, and of Warren Veal deceased, and of Sarah Veal deceased, and of Tbeo dosla eal, deceased, and of Elizabeth Hlchardson deceased, and of Elizabeth D. Richardson deceased, and of James UichardHOu deceased, and of Thomas Selby Jr. deceased, and of Eliza J. Arnold de ceased, and of E. J. Arnold deceased, sod of Lafayette Hume deceased, and of Joel 11. Iladen deceased, and of Gerard ltoolnsun deceased, and of Thomas Story deceased, and of William Jewell deceased, and of William M- Adams deceased, and of Thomas IX. liercen deceased, and of Benjamin t Hersen deceased, and of Alezander Washington deceased, and of Harriet Washington d"ceased, and of ;Ullam II. Allen deceased, and of Alex Washington deceased, and Mary Ellen Washington. Thomas Washington, Iten Jjmln F. llersen, Thomas II Cergen, Anna M. Drury, and lElchard IS. Drury. her husband, Ocorge IS Selby, James K. elliy. Arthur I'. Selby," The Trustees of the Town of Smltbton. and the Cltr of Colom bia MKwun, Uerendants. THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the shore nam uuuv-u urtcuu.ui, ., tu . ie i nonresident defendants, Mary Ellenl Washington. Thomas Washington. Thomas II. Bergen, Benjsmln F. Bergen, Anna M. Drurr. Richard B. Drurr. George II. belhr. James R. Selby, Arthur F. Selby and tte .REETI.NO: Yon are hereby notified that an action has been commenced sgslnst Ton In the Circuit Conrt of Boone County. Missouri. strertlng the title to the following des crlbed lands and tenements lying, being snd situate in uooue uouuty. Missouri, to wlt: Eleren (11) acres more or less all that part of the south part of the East nan or rony-aere out lot numDerea Eighteen US) as known and described on the Dtst of the Town, now City of Colum bia, in Boone County, Missouri, and bound eo as rouows: on tne soutn oy the nortn line of Bergen'a Addition, on the east by the west line of the extension of Third street, on the1 Oortk by the south Use, ot the old Lexingtpn Rosd. af terwsrda known. M the extension of Third Street, now known ss Sexton's Road, and on tne west by the. lot once owned by R. H. Cllnkscale; said ground was formerly a part of the south east quarter of the northwest quarter of heciion iz. xownsmp vs aortn ,oi nance 13 West, In said county: Also, the esst one-third of Lot No. Nine (9) In BergenV Addition to tne town (now CItyj M uHumt bis. In Boone County, Missouri, being 62 S feet off uf the east aide of said lot, as the same appears on the recorded plat of said addition In the recorder's office of said county: and that said ground was form erly a part of the aontbwest quarter of Section IV, Township 4S North of Range 13, IjI Boone County, Missouri: which said action la returnable- on the first dsy of the next regnlsr term of this court to be held at the Conrt House In the city ot Columbia. Boone County, Missouri, on MONDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1920. when and where you may appear and answer or otherwise defend such aetloo; otherwise plaintiffs' petition will be taken aj con fessed and Judgment rendered according ly. A true cony from the record: WITNESS my band as clerk of the Cir cuit Court of Boone County, Missouri, and the seal of aald court. Done at office In Columbia, Missouri, this SOth day ot August, 1920. (SEAL) R. S. rOLLABD, Clerk. N T. Gentry, Aity. for riffs. Last Insertion Sept. 21. 1920. OBDEK OF rCBLICATION STATE OF MISSOURI J COUNTT.OF BOONE. I In the Circuit Court. In Tacatloa before October Term, 1920. - Leslie J. Sims and Edua Sims, husband and wife, f Plaintiffs. against (26344) Tbo unknown hels, consorts, denees, de--lsees, sllenees and Immediate, mesne, re mote, yolnntary and lnroluntary grantee of Lewis Carey, deceased: and of Lewis Cary, deceased,- and of Green Cary, de ceased: snd of Sarah Elizabeth Short, de ceased f-and'of Adlllne -Ferltns. deceased. and of Elisabeth Short, deceased, and of Kllsaheth Carton, deceased, and ot Sarah E. Carton, deceased, and of James S. Rosell, deceased, and Etta J. Batterta. Miry U Sliwson, Ella Proctor and Ella A Proctor. . Defendants- THE STATE OF M1SSOUB.. t the sor nsmed unknown defendsnta, and non-residents defendants, Etta J. -Bitterton and Miry II. SUwson,OREETING-f You are hereby notified that an action has been commenced gsfnst you In the Circuit Court of Boone County. Missouri, sffectlng tbe title to the Xollqarlac de scribed lauds and tenement lytqg, being aid altuate In Boone County, Missouri, to wlt: Fifty acre the South part of the Eat half of the Sonth West Quarter of Section Thirteen (13) In Township. (SO) 1 Binge Fourteen (14) r which aaia action n returnable on the first day of the. next regulir term of Ibis court to 1 held at the Court House In tbe City e Columbia. Boone County. Missouri, on MOVDAT, OCTOBER 4. 1S20. when and where yea U may appear and answer or ouierwis defend such action; otherwise plaintiffs petition will be taken a confessed aud judgment rendered accordingly. A true copy from the record: WITNESS my band a Clerk of the CU- rnlf Pinrt r.t rtftAn Cnnntr. Missouri, and th ml Af mA Mtnrt. Dane at office la Columbia. Missouri, this 31st i day of Anrnt IVHt R. S. POLLARD, Clerk. By Mirjorie Qutnn Deputy. seal.) seal N. T. Gentry. Atty, for Plffs. Ltrt Insertion Sept. 21. 1920. OBDEB OP PTBLICATION STATE OF MISSOURI,! Iss COUNTY OF BOONE. I . In the Circuit Court, In racatlon before October Term, 1920. Charles K. Morris. Edward Gordon, and Prink L. Farter, William B. Fariey.and N. T. Gentry. Executors of the last will and testament of Edward Parley, deceased, Plaintiff. against (SGS33) The unknown heirs, consorts, dertiee, donees, allepee. and Immediate, mesne, remote, roluutary and lnroluntary gran tee of John M. Hlggln, deceased, and or Jsmes H. Bennett deceased, and of Ells Bennett 'deceased, and of E. M. Bennett deceased, and cf Lewis W. Jordan de ceased, and of Thomas E Tutt deceased, Curtis B. Rollins. Msry BC Orerill, Flora R. Gray. Frank B- Rollins, James Sidney Rollins. Clsrkson Rollins. Margaret Bol Uui Von noltzendorf. Hamilton B. Rol lins, Mary R. Sehon, Eulilee B. Rollins Jr, Rollins M. Hockiday, I. O. Hockaday Jr. and Eulilee H. Sneed. and Richard J. Caisidy, W. K. Stone and J. A. Heibel, Trustees of tbe Roman Catholic Church of Columbia Missouri, and The Bight Ber'd John J. Glennon. Bishop ot 8t Louis and Archbishop of Missouri. The Trustee of the Town ot Smlthton. and the City of Columbia, .... Defendants. THE EVENING THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to he shore named unknown defendants, and to the non-resident defendsnta Mary B. OreraH, Margaret Rollins Von Holtzendorf. Qark son Rollins, Hamilton B. Rollins. Mary R. Senon, Eulalee B. Rollins Jr. Enlslee H. Sneed and Rollins M. Hockaday. The Trustees of the Town of Smltbton, GREETING: Ton are hereby notified that an action haa boett commenced aaalnst Ton In the Circuit Court of "Boone County. Missouri, sffectlnc the title to the following des cribed lands and tenements lying, being and situate In Boone County. Missouri, towlt: The East hslf of lot No. Two unnarea ana eighty (S0) In the City for merly the Town of Columbia, said ground being forty feet from east to west, and le4 feet from North to South: which said action Is returnable on the first dsy of the nest regnlsr term of this coart to be held at the Court House In the City of Columbia. Boone Connrr Missouri. on Mondsy October 4. 1920, when and where yon may appear and answer or otherwise anua sucn neiion: oinerwise niaintitrs petition will be taken as confessed and Judgment rendered accordingly. a irue copy irom tneirecoru: WITNESS my hand as clerk of the Clr- cult Conrt of Itoone County, Missouri, and the sesl of said conrt. Done at office In Columbia. Missouri, this I4th dsy of August, v.'-v R. S. POLLARD.CIerk. N. T. Gentry. Atty. for Firfs. last insertion Sept. U. isaj. ORHEB OF FCBIJCATION In the Circuit Court, In racatlon before October Term. 1920. STATE OF MISSOURI,! ss COUNTY OF BOONE. Msrtba Thomason, . I'lslntlff. against CKS4) Srlrester Thomason nefoml.nt THE STATE OF MISSOURI, to the above named attendant, ukketinu: Now on this 11th dsr of Anrnst. 1020. In Tacatlon before the October Term. 1920. of the Circuit Court of Boone County. Missouri, comes the plslntiff. by her at torney. aud files her petition In suit here in, amy yenneu uy tne aaiujTlt ot tne plslntiff. and In said petition states that defendant Is a non resident of this state so tbst the ordinary process of law can not be serred upon him In this state, it Is therefore ordered by the eierk of said eamrt, in racatlon, that the said de- -aM i .,-j . ,.. i .-. """J; -k"" .,., rj"" iw nomas'".": """ "' . "'?" ,v. . date August 14th. 1929. has commenced sgalusx him In the Circuit Cocrt of Boone County. Missouri, an action In equity, the Immediate object and general nature of which Is to obtain a decree of dlrorce from the defendant on the grounds of desertion. It Is further ordered that the aald de fendant be and appear In this court on tbe first day of the next regular term of this conrt to be beholden at the Conrt House In the City ot Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, on Mondsy, October 4th. 1920. to answerior plesd to said petition, or In default therein aald petition will be taken as confessed, and Judgment rendered sgalnst blm In accordance with the prayer ot plaintiff" petition. It 1 further ordered tbst a copy hereof be duly published at least once a week for four week successively in tbe Erenlng MJsaoarian, a dally newspaper printed, published and circulated In aald Boone County, and designated by plaintiff's at torney as moat likely to glre notice to said defendant: the last Insertion of said order ot 'publication In said newspaper to be at least fifteen daya before tbe first dsy of said next terra of said court. A true copy from cue record: WITNESS my hand as clerk of the Cir cuit Court of Boone County. Missouri, and tbe seal of said eourt. Done at office In Columbia, Mo. this 11th dsy ot August, 1920 R 8. POLLARD, Clerk. (SEAL) Wra. H. Sspp, Atty. for riff. Last Insertion Sept. 17, 1920. MOVING PACKING , SCURLOCK'S ' Phone 72 STORAGE SHIPPING SAPP. BEOS REPAIR SHOES First da workmanahip and prmpt service guar aBteecL Work ' called for and fJeahrered ( with out extra charge. 8W feM4r7 tatOMStt.. Fine Shoes !- Heberlirig t Shoe' Repairing System -Columbia, Mo r taaB&sBsmsBBd A drink of SMILE It a good prescription For tired students Who'vr been chasing rooms All afternoon. - Or maybe you ? Would prefer a Sundae Or some other listed Special on our l&' Fountain Service. And have you tried Our new sherbets, Thnte daintv lutcious bits Which became so popular During the summer? , HARRIS' Perfection in Confection A BWSSH'afflHKS MSSOnUAlC, CSHTMB1A. MISSOURI. 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