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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, October 17, 1907, Image 5

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We have just received a large assort
ment of
Ladies Lace Collar and Cuff Sets
just the latest novelty for your Tailor
made Suit or Cloak We also have a
new lot of
Dress Trimmings
Come in and see them They are just
what you want for that dress or suit
you are making
We want your
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So come in and let us
in shoes We are sure we can please U
rtment
Is fitted up with the most up-to-date
goods in the market today, all colors
and prices to suit the times
Yours for Business
Yates & Shearman
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OUR
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GOODS
PUBLIC SALE
Of 55 Head of Registered
SHORT HORN CATTLE
At the Kincbeloe Barn, nicelyseated and under cover in
Shelbina, Mo. on Thursday, October 24
About half ot this offering will be Croickshaok stuff
of which there will be several extra good young Scotch
bulls as well as beifers. Among the Cruicksbank fami
lies there are 2 Princess Royals, 3 Orange Blossoms, 3
Brawath Buds, 4 Secrets, 2 Duchess of Gloster, 5 Victo
rias, 2 Butterflies, 1 Golden Bud and other good families
that will bear inspection
Sale commences at 1 o'clock p m
For catalog address
W R TURNER SONS
Shelbyville, Mo,
Auctioneers: Cols. R L Harriman, Ira Cattingbam,
Brown, Bates & Francis
Clerk: John R Lyell
ORDER OFPUBL1CATI0N
IN VACATION.
Dan Boone, of Ely, is visiting
bis brother Thomas at Midland,
Texas.
E. H. Kratz, of Denver, Colo.,
came in.; Sunday to visit rela
tives. For Sale 5 room bouse, can
make terms a bargain. Node
Green.
Miss Clara Qayden, of Pal
myra has been visiting b er Mon
roe kinspeople.
: Mrs. F. W. A. Bastian, of
Staeil was a shopper in this city
Xriday.
W B Hays wa a bo sioess
visitor in Quiacy Tuesd aj.
.ST AT 13 OF Missouri!,
COUN TV OF MONKOK,
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Doyouwant$2.70
worth of ftjffililjj
for $1.00?
Call ftt our store and learn the
' particulars of the Sanitol Chemical
Company's great introductory
cScr, the greatest offer ever cr ide
n toilet preparations.
Tcn article for th price or 4
L. O. SAUNDERS' PHAKto
1st Door South Post Offlto,
Telephone No. 46, . . .
monrob crrr, Missouri.
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n the circuit court of Monroe Coun
ty. Mo.
Luvonia A. Enele. Plaintiff.
against
Moses E. Knjile, Defendant.
The State of Missouri to above nam
ed Defendant Greeting:
Now on this 16th dnv of October,
1907, in vncnti n of circuit court, for
Monroe County Missouri, before De
cember term, 1907. of said Circuit
Court, cornea plalntilT herein by attor.
ne.v of roco tl ii- ivin, before said
Clerk, and on boimlf of plaintiff file
petition in suit herein, among other
matt-fa of action alleging:
That naid defendant, is a non-resi
dent- of the State of Missouri, so
rdinnry process of law cannot bo
served upon him in this State.
It is therefore ordered by said
Clerk that said defendant be notified
by publication that plaintiff by peti
tion herein filed of date October Its.
!M)7, has commenced suit against said
defendant, the immediate object and
general nature of which Is to be di
vorced fi oni the bosds of matrimony
cont-a ted with the defendant.
And His further ordered that said
deftndant be and appear in this Court
on the firstday of the next term there
of, to be holden at the City of Paris,
Monroe County, Missouri, on Mon
day the ytb day of December, 1907,
and on or before the first day of said
term to answer or plead to said peti
tion, or in default therein said peti
tion will be taken and adjudged as
confessed, and judgment by default
will be rendered against said defendant.
It is fi rther ordered that a copy
hereof be duly published at least once
a week for four consecutive weeks in
the Monroe C'it.v DtMOCHAT, a week
ly newspaper duly printed, published
and circulated in said Monroe Coun
ty, and duly designated by plaintiff's
atioruey, and duly approvad by said
clerk uostlikeiy to give notice' to de
fendant, the last insertion to be at
least fifteen days before said next
term of eaid court.
STATIC OP MISSOURI,
COUNTY OFMONKOE, V
I, Cha..L. .Dry, Clerk of the Cir-
cuitcourt of Monroe County, Missouri.
hereby certify that the foregoing writ
ing is a full, true and complete copy
of the'oi iginal Order of Publication
in said cause, as fully as the same re
mains and appears of record in my
oftice.
In witness whereof, 1
hereto subscribe mj nami
and official signature and thereto affix
the seal of said Court at my ofkice iu
the City of Pai is, -Monroe County.
M lssouri, this Kith day of October ,
1907.
seal Chas. L. Dry,
Clerk of the circuit court for Monroe
County, Missouri.
. By J. P. Smock, Deputy.
Meriwether & Meriwether,
Attys for Plaintiff.
term thereof, to be holden at the
City of Paris, Monroe County, Mis
souri, on Monday the 0th day of De
' cember 1907, and on or before the first
day of said term to answer or plead
to said petition, or la default thcrelu
I said petition will be taken and ad
' judged as confessed, and judgement
by default will be rendered against
said defendant.
It is further ordered that a copy
hereof be duly published at least once
a week for four consecutive weeks in
the Monroe City Democrat, a weekly
newspaper duly printed, published
and cli culated in said Monroe Coun
ty, and duly designated by plaintiff's
attorney, and duly approved by said
clerk most likely to give notice to de
fendant, the last insertion to be at
least fifteen days before said next
term of said court.
STATE OP MISSOURI,
COUNTY OF MONROE,
I, Chas. L. Dry, Clerk of the Cir
cuit Court of Monroe County, Mis
souri, hereby certify that the forego
ing writing is a full, true and com
plete copy of the origim 1 Order of
Publication in said cause, as fully as
the same remains and appears ot reo
ord in m ilice.
In witness whereof, I
hereto subscribe my name
and official signature and hereto affix
the seal of said Court at my office in
the City of Paris, Monroe County,
Mifsouri, this 16th day of October,
1907.
seal Chas. L. Dry,
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Mouroe
County, Missouri.
By J. F. Smock, Deputy.
Meriwether & Meriwether,
Attys for plaintiff.
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Dr. John Parker, of Kansas
City, has been visiting bis cous-
ns, Misses Beatrice and Franltie
Lu Elliott.
WCTU will meet with Mrs.
ra Stephens next Tuesday at
2:30 p. m
H. S. Rind, of Qutm-y and
Dr. J H Callahan, of Carthage,
II , were in tne citv Tuesday
with their friend, D K. Yowell.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN VACATION.
ss
Virgil Shearman went to Han
nibal Monday to visit frieadg.
STATE CP MISSOURI,
COUNTY OF MONROE,
In the Circuit Court of Monroe Coun
ty, Mo.
Ella M. Pearson, Plaintiff.
against
George T. Pearson, Defendant.
The State of Missouri, to above nam
ed Defendant Greeting:
Now on this 16th day of October,
1907, in vacation of Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Missouri, before De
cember term, 1907, of said Circuit
Court, comes plaintiff herein by at
torney of record herein, before said
clerk, and on behalf of plaintiff files
petition in suit herein, among other
matters of action alleging:
That said defendant Is a non-res I
dent of the State of Missouri, so that
the ordinary process of law cannot be
served upon him in this State.
It is therefore ordered by said clerk
that said defendant be notifUd by pub
lication that plaintiff by petition here
In filed of date October 16, 1907, has
commenced suit against said defend
ant, the immediate object and general
nature of which is to be divorced from
the bonds of matrimony contracted
with defendant.
And it is further ordered that said
defendant be and appear in this Court
on the first day of the next
Lecture Course-
The first of the four enter
tainments to be given this tall
and winter will be in the High
School building Friday night
of this week Oct. 18. This to
be followed in November by a
lecture from Dr. Quayle, one'of
the most brilliant lecturers up
on the American platform.
In January we are to have
Mr. Arthur MacMurray, an em
inent dramatic reader. This to
be followed in February by the
Temple Quartette Tbi9 male
quartette both charms and in
structs. The ministers of the town
have this course in charge. No
money is to be mtde out of !it.
All that is hoped for is to orae
outeven. The patronage ot the
people is asked that the young
may furnished the wholesome,
and uplifting entertait-menr.
The Oriole Concert Company
for tomorrow night will be
a varied and high enurtaiu
ment. The High School is the place
because neither the opera housii
or an v of th i churches could be
secured and the bureau couUt
not change the night.
All the rest will be given iu
the opera bouse. Secure season
tickets of any of the miuistera
or the school building tomor
row night. Season tickets $1 50
singls tickets 50c
Thos. Sbultz, of Kansas City,
has been with his people near
Cincinnati. He has beeu hornet
only twice in thirty years, this
last 7isit being the first in ten
years.
W.T.Payne and wifr and I.
L Owen and wife departed
Tuesday fur Tempi-'. lJscatur
and other points in Texts They
will visit Prink a-i.i Dr. Horace
Payne and their fi nines.
f Big Sale at
SPIKFR'S fiROPFRY
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Having invoiced and finding more stock
than we care to carry we are going to
(K otter some special values tor tne week
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bejrinninsr Oct. 14th and ending Oct. 19th
At these prices, you had better lay in ft
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your winter supply or canned gooas as
they are certain to go higher.
45 dozen cans of Standard Tomatoes
per dozen
15 dozen cans of Standard Corn
& per dozen
10 dozen cans extra good Peas
per dozen
20 dczen cans extra good Red Salmon
(& per dozen
A few dozen cans Hominy
per dczen
Canned Beets
& per dozen
5 pounds good Coffee
for
3 pkgs Bells, Everybodys or Blanks Coffee
for
Bars
Lenox
for
Soap
Bars Lighthouse Soap and beautiful picture
for
This sale is Strictly Cash
Not less than 1-2 dozen cans sold
SPIKER'S GROCERY
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