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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, February 18, 1909, Image 3

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Newspaper Liars. j
"What makes you newspapers
tdl so many lies" asked a rather : gives the following account of an
inconsiderate Peorlan of a newspa-' incident which shows how true to
per man the other day, says the its mark the bullet of a Texan will
Peoria Herald-Transcript. ( strike.
"Because we have to get most of i "A marvelous case of punish
our information from liars." was ! ment on earth for the sins of the
the jolting reply. I flesh occurred in Dryrno, Town-
When a newspaper reporter asks ship, in this county today. Twen
youfor information you tell him , ty years ago Henry Ziegland then
the truth or only so much of it as a handsome, wealthy young man,
will help your cause. When you jilted beautiful Maysie Tichnor, to
have a chance to help your side of i
an affair in the newspapers, don't ned and the girl committed sui
you take good care to make a good ' de. Her brother, Filford, enraged
argument for yourself! .at the heartlcssness of Ziegland.
A newspaper cannot manufacture went out to his farm and attempt
knowledge. It must collect it. vi to shoot him with an old-fashion
Every news item that is published, army musket, which carried a large
provided it is not of court record peculiar bullet. The ball grazed
and newspapers have been sued for.Ziegland's left temple and buried it
mistakes in court records, too is ; self in a tree near by. Ziegland
based on information secured from j fell to the ground, and Tichnor.
some one. I thinking he had killed him, in a
A good and faithful member of a , fit of despondency, also immediate
church congregation comes to the ly took his own life. Ziegland, not
paper and discloses the fact that seriously hurt, soon recovered fully,
owing to serious trouble in the ; married a wealthy widow and pros
church the minister is about to re- pered wonderfully in his worldly
sign. It is published the next
day; half a dozen members of the
church declare that the utmost har
mony exists and that the minister
has no intention of resigning. This
is also published.
The minister
week.
resigns the next ;
!
' ioBme centre, smtui cnarges ui uy
The Hochi. a daily paper of Yok-; namite were inserted and in thi3
ohama, comes out with a warning
against the agitators in the Califor-
nia legislature who are proposing about much under force of the ex
bill inimical to the well being of the plosiong so the,me stood only
Japanese. iNoooay enjoys naving
japan snaKe ner nsi ai us dui jusi
the same these agitators should be
suppressed. If we ever have to ;
ngiu me iiuie isianaers we want. 10 charge of dynamite near the bul
bave a better cause than excluding let blew out the leaden ball which
their children from public schools
and denying them other
natural
rights. Mexico Ledgerr
Carnetie Got the Benefit ,
Mr. Carnegie s frank statement ,
mac mac sieai irusi aoes not neea
further protection, as it is able to
take care of itself, loses a great por-1
don of its
force when the fact is
taken into consideration that the.
retired steel king has a monthly in
come of $2,000,000. and the further
rfT to enAiun
.... M . t.
monthly wages of the men whom
he emnloved was but $50. Takin '
he employed was but . $5U laking
these two conjoming facts into con-,
airWflrtnn it i then v tn m who
was the beneficiary of the protec
tion which was given to the steel
through the medium of sky-high ;
duties on the Carnegie product !
Now that Mr. Carnegie is
Mr. Carnegie is "above
want" he sees no need of further
protection. Canny Scott -St Jo
seph Observer.
Made an Aas of Itself.
Capt. Frank M. Rumbold, who
will h nHiutnnt-denprft! nf Missouri
under Governor Hadjey. has a plan
in nHvprtiufi Missouri And Missouri i
mules at Washington when Taft
is
inaugurated president on March 4
His intention is to raise enough'
money by popular subscriptiou to ,
charter a train sufficiently large to
carry Governor Hadley and his
staff. Light Battery A of St Louis
and 140 Missouri mules, which
will be used by the governor and
his staff as riding animals, and to
haul the equipment of Battery A
through the streets of Washiniitoa '
As Missouri made an ass of itself ( which he promptly furnished. He
when it voted for Taft this will be a was married to a prominent young
most appropriate spectacle. Louis- i lady only a few weeks ago. All the
iana Press Journal parties are well-known in Ralls
! county and a great throng was pres-
Aftor on ovtnHnrl visif with thn'on boo rind '
homefolks at Warren, G. M. Long
acre has returned to Erskine, Cana
da, his home. Talk about skinning
a thing a block, whyLongacre has
Missouri real estate men and their
stories of fertility, productiveness
and future prospects skinned 8
Stranfer Than Fiction. !
The Honey Grove (Tex.) Signal j
whom he was engaged to be mar-;
affairs. Today he and his eldest
' son cut down the tree in which
Tichnor's bullet had buried itself,
sawed it into cord wood lengths
land attempted to split it. The
logs were so- tough that axes and
wedges had no effect upon them
and, therefore, holeSwere bored in-
' , I, i . f j .
manner the logs were split apart,
. . timheF ... flv
about feet digtant while the
ofthe t which for 20
yean had held the bullet fired by
young Tichnor WM biown open the
flying across the intervening space
f0Und the mark it sought 20 years
! before, penetrated the left temple
of Henrv. Ziegland and caused his
instant death. All that was mor-
tal of Maysie Ticmior and her fren
zied brother hasmoldered to dust in
their lonely tombs But the bullet
,hat wa8 to have avened her
wrongs finally did its work."
Entertaieed.
When James Umstattd asks his
young fnends to come around after
t. , , , . . .
SUpper' they kn0W there 13 8 gd
8tore for them v
.....
And that is the why that Lyon
I manner, Kaymona dodo, cugar
yi . n 1 T- 1 P Ij
Devenport, Walter Dierka, Herbert
and Ml8S Carolyn McClintic,
I Ata Funno Poiilino AcHiirv tZar.
" rT7 7
i"uae Derujuaw,
and Lucile Hord were present t n
day evening.
The evening was spent in playing
games and when the young folks
were expecting some goodies they
were not disappointed for Mrs. Um
stattd and Miss Ruby had carefully
looked after V0 the P
B"l"
Fickle Lover Must Answer.
Perry, Mo., Feb. 12. - Ben Selleck
a well known young man living in
this community, was bound over to
await the action of the circuit court
by Judge Bybee this week. The
charge of seduction preferred against
him by Miss Delia Herron seemed
well enough substantiated to war
rant the action ofthe court and he
was held under bonds of J5UU,
Bellefontaine, 0. Feb. 12.- Get
ting into bed to keep ' warm, Mrs.
'Sarah Gardner, an octogenarian,
lighted her pipe for a Bmoke. She
dropped to sleep, the bed clothing
caught fire, and she was burned so
badly that she died.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN VACATION.
STATE OP MISSOURI,
COUNTY OK MONROE, "
In the Circuit Court of Monroe Coun
ty Mo.
Ellen C Veach and Ezra Veach,
Plaint! fin
agaimt
Susan, F. Proctor, Han to Wood,
Lutie Edmonds. Robert P. Younu,
Burdette W. Young, Carrie Tim
brook, Anna Tindall, Vest Young
and Thomas ("Jake") Young. De
fend aut
The State of Missouri, to above nam
ed defendants greeting:
Now on this 4th day of February,
1901I, in vacation of Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Missouri, before
April term, 1001), of an Id Circuit Court,
come plaintiffs herein by attorney of
record lien Id, before said Clerk, and
on behalf of plaintiff tiles petition in
suit htsreln, among other matters of
action alleging: That said defendants
Susan V. Proctor, Robert P. Young,
Burdette W. Young, Carrie Tim
brook, Anna Tindall, Vest Young
and Thomas (Jake) Young are non
residents of the State of Missouri,
and ordinary process of law cannot
be served upon them In this state.
It Is therefore ordered by said
Clerk thiit said di fendants Susan F.
Proctor, Robert P. Young, Burdette
W. Young, Carrie TImbrook, Anna
Tindall, Vest Young and Thomas
(Jake) Young be notified bj publica
tion that plaintiff by petition herein
tiled of date February 4th. 1901), has
commenced suit against said defend
ants, the immediate object and gener
al nature of which is to partition the
following described real estate lying,
being and situate In the County of
Monroe and State of Missouri, to
wit: Seventy feet of the North end of
Lot One; Seventy feet off the North
end of Lot Two and Seventy feet off
the North end of Lot Three, all in
block .Twelve in the original town,
now city, of Monroe.
And It is further ordered that said
defendants be and appear in this
Court oa the first day' of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the City of
Paris, Monroe County, Missouri, on
Monday the 12th day of April 1909,
and on or before the first day of said
term to answer or plead tosald peti
tion, or in default therein said pctl
tion win De taKon ana adjudged as
confessed, and judgment by default
will be reudered against said defend'
ants.
it is lurtner oraeroa mat 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 circulated 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
fendants, the last insertion to be at
least thirty days before said next
term of said Court.
STATE OF MISSOURI, iaa
COUNTY OF MONROE, J "
seal Chas. L. Dry,
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 original Order of
Publication in said cause, at fully as
the san.e remains and appears of
record in my office.
In witness whereof, I hereto sub
scribe my name and official signature
and hereto affix the seal of said Court
at my office In the City of Paris, Mon
roe County, Missouri, this 4th day
of February, 1909.
Clerk of the circuit court for Monroe
County, Missouri.
By J. F. Smock, Deputy.
Ragland & MoAllltter
Attorneys lor r lainwns.
Sewing Machine for sale at a
bargain. Apply at Democrat office.
For Sale King heater stove. Ap
ply this at office.
Russell Dickinson, of Hinesville,
111., is the guest of mends in this
city.
The motto at the Strean Barber
Shop is "Nothing too good for our
customers."
Charlie Pierceall said to us Sat
urday. "Don't pay any attention
to me, I'm trying to make my get
away." All right Charlie, we wont
Have the Democrat to do
your
Job printing.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN VACATION.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
COUNTY OP MONROE,
' ss
In the Circuit Court of Monroe Coun
ty, Mo.
John J. Rogers, plaintiff,
Against
Rachel Sherman. Jacob H. Sher
man, Edward Sherman, E. M.
Sherman, Paul Sherman, S. W.
Sherman, Elizabeth Summers, Paul
Summers and Katharine Summers
if living and the unknown heirs and
devisees of as many as are dead of
them, the said Rachel Sherman,
Jacob H. Shtrman, Edward Sher
man, E. M. Sherman, Paul Sher
man, S. W. Sherman, Elizabeth
Summers, Paul Summers and Kath
arine Summers, defendants.
The State of Missouri, to the above
named defendatita, greeting:
Now, on this 4th day of Februa y,
1901), In vacation of Circuit Court for
Monroe County, Missouri, before
April term, 19011, 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 otho
matters of action alleging:
Thnt pNintitT is tho owner in fee
simple und claims that title to the fol
lowing real estate lying, being and
Hituate In the County of Monroe and
State of Missouri, to-wlt: The East
half of the South West Quarter of
Section Twelve in Township Fifty
Five, Range Eight West; that he is in
possession of said real estate, but
that defendants, Rachel Sherman,
Jacob II. Sherman, Edward Sher
man, E. M. Sherman, Paul Sher
man, S. W. Sherman. Elizabeth
Summers, Paul Summers and Katha
rine Summers appear to have some
claim, interest or title of record ad
verse to that of plaintiff, the precise
nature and extent of which is un
known to plaintiff and cannot be de
scribed except as that the same is ad
verse and pre judicial to plaintiff.
That the said named defendants, if
living, are noii-resldenU of the S ale
of Missouri and for that reason ordi
nary proce-H of law cannot be scrv d
upon them in this State. That plain
tiff has no knowledge or information
as to whether they or any of them are
still living and for that reason he has
joined us party defendants the un
known heirs and devisees of the said
Rachael Sherman, Jacob H. Sher
man, Edward Sherman, E. M. Sher
man, Paul Sherman, s W. Sherman,
Elizabeth Summers, Paul Summers
and Katharine Summers, or o' such
of them as may be dead; that the
name of such heirs and devisees, if
any, are unknown to plaintiff and be
cannot therefor Insert their names in
said petition; that the interest of said
unknown heirs and devisees, if any,
is derived through their respective
ancestors or testators herein before
mentioned, the precise extent and na
ture of their respective interests so
derived cannot be described and set
out for the reason that the nature and
extent thereof is not known to plain
tiff.
That the said petition is duly veri
fied by the oath of plaintiff.
It is therefore ordered by said clerk
that all of said defendants be notified
by publication that plaintiff by peti
tion herein filed of date February 4,
1909, hat commenced suit against said
defendants, the Immediato object and
general nature of which Is to have de
fined and adjudged by Judgment and
decree of the Court the title, estate
and interest of the said parties plain
tiff and defendant in and to the above
described real estate.
And it Is further ordered that said
defendants be and appear in this
Court on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the City of
Paris, Monroe County, Missouri, on
Monday the 12th day of April 1909,
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 con
fessed, and judgment by default will
be rendered against said defendants.
It it furthered 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 circulated in said Monroe Coun
ty, and duly designated by plaintiff's
attorney, and duly approved by said
Clerk moat likely to give notloe to de
fendants, the last Insertion to be at
least 30 day before said next term of
aid Court.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
COUNTY OF UONBOS, "
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 original Order of
Publication in said cause, as fully as
the same remains and appears of rec
ord in my office.
In witness whereof, I hereto sub
scribe my name and official signature
and hereto affix the seal of said Court
at my effleo in the City of Paris, Mon
roe County, Missouri, this 4th day of
February, 1909.
Chas L. Dry,
Clerk of the Circuit Court for Mon-
County Missouri.
By J. F. Smock, Deputy.
Ragland k McAllister,
Attorneys of Record for Plff's.
Cremoline Dip. L M. Wood, tf
Have Joe at Strean's shine your
shoes.
David Sharp was with friends in
this city Thursday.
B. F. Burros was a business visi
tor in Clarence, Friday.
James F. Rodgers was with Shel-
bina friends Saturday.
0. R. Emerson was a business
visitor in the Gem City, Thursday.
Miss Carrie Sprinkle has been
with her many friends in Lakenan.
Miss Martha Utterback went to
Hannibal, Thursday to visit a sis
ter. W. E. Shearman was a business
(visitor in the Bluff City, Satur
i day.
i
j Mrs. Orville Wilson went to Hun
newell, Saturday to visit the home
; folks.
Miss Margaret Carr, of Hunnewell
has been the guest of relatives in
tnis city.
i
Miss Arley Shaffer has been the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Benj. Wunch
in Hannibal.
M. C. Hawkins has built a barn
on the rear of his lot. corner First
and Davis Streets.
Miss Lena Tipton went to Hanni
bal, Saturday to visit her brother
Frank and family.
Charles Brossart, of Old Monroe
has been the guest of his sister,
Mrs. Charles Shaffer.
Hiram Greenwell, breeder of
fancy horses at Lakenan, was with
friends in this city Thursday.
E. A. Hume, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
has been the guest of his brother.
Judge N. L, Hume and family.
Mrs. Edward Byrd was called to
Shelbina, Thursday by the illness
of her grandfather. J. W. William
son. D. Rodgers. of Santa Fe has been
the guest of his brother. Prof. J. F.
Rodgers and looking after his real
estate interests in and near this
city. -
The store that not only thinks it
worth while to invite you. but
makes the invitation hearty, corcial
and emphatic that's the store to
visit Milan Standard.
Hftnrv Deritfo. nf ffcnuratnmio
Kansas, came in Thursday after
noon to visit his father, uncle Joe.
and many friends. He will move
to Coffey ville Kansas, in the spring.
If a poor dirty ragged unkept
tramp comes into town wearing an
uncut twenty-two karet diamond
the police arrest him and take it
away from him. If he washes,
shaves, combs his hair, and puts on
a forked tailed coat and comes into
town with a set of burglars tools in
his grip and that same diamond
polished by a lapiday flashing on
his shirt front he is called on to
address the Sunday School class
and dine with the minister and no
questions asked. Center Herald.

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