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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 September 1897

I THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1897- NOW FOR THE SHOW. V HOK'-CS AND SOCIETY WILL BE OS EVHIIIITIOX TO-DAY. CAVALRY HERE THIS MORNING. nonsn snow will opex -vrrn a PARADE AT 2 O'CLOCK. Kicry Animnl Entered la Expccfrd to Me In Line Entry Lint for To- dn Events a Notable One A Look nt the Horses nt the Park. 11:30 a. m. rarade of Cavalry Trom Tort 2.00 p.m. Opening of tlie Hot-"' Show at Fall-mount Park With a Pa rade of All the Entries. To-day the Horse show. Every detail in the arrangements has been completed. The athletic park at ralrmount has been so arranged that, rain or shine, the show can go on. All the. reserved seats in the grand stand and tho private boxes have been marked so that there -Bill be no confusion in seating tho crowds. The arena has been built oval shaped, 3M feet long and feet wide On a bed of cinders ten Inches of - -1$ fill 111 III mmmwl Wmwm1 THESE ARE THE .MEN WHO WILIi BE IN THEIR ELEMENT. tanbark has been spread. A force of men was kep...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 September 1897

tf THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 1897. LEGAL OTICDS. IN the circuit court of Jackson countv. at Kansas City, Mi-souri. State of Mls eourl ex rel J. W McCurdv, collector, plaintiff, s. Elizabeth Coghlll. Marcellus Gilham. Thomas Todd. Thomas IV. Cald well. Charles V. Caldwell. Ann E. Cald well, George E. Caldwell, Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell. James S. Caldwell, Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C. Caldwell, deceased, defendants. No. 25347. Now, on this day. August 28, 18(7, comes plain tiff by its attorney, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants, Elizabeth Coshiil. Marcellus Gilliam, Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Caldwell. Ann E. Caldwell, George E. Caldwell. Mary J. Caldwell. Joseph B. Caldwell, James Caldwell. Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C Caldwell, deceased, are non-residents of this state, or have con cealed tnenuelves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them and cannot be served in this action, it ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 September 1897

THE KASfSAS CITY JOURNAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. I.UU.VL AOTICES. IN the circuit court or Jackson county nt Kansas City. Missouri. State of Mis Four! ex rel Klfhu "- Hayes, collector, plaintiff, vs. William Oldham. Annlo John son. Annie Southcrland, defendants. No. 22333. Now. on this SSth day o August, 1S37, comes plaintiff by Its attorney, and, it appearing to the fcatisfactlon of the clerk in vecatioa lh.it the defendants, William Oldham, Annie Johnson and Annie Southcrland, are non residents of this state, or have concealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served upon them, and cannot he served In this action, it is or dered by the clerk in vacation that publi cation be made notifying said defendants that an action has been commenced ngalnst them by petition, in the circuit court of Jackson county, in the state of Missouri, at Kansas City, which said ac tion is for the purpose of enforcing the lien for state und county taxes due and delinquent again...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 4 September 1897

II t THE KANSAS CITY JOUKNAL. SATURDAY. SEFIEMBER 4, 1897. AFFIDAVITSARE ON THE WAY THEY ARE EXPECTED TO POSITIVE LY IDENTIFY JOUX EDMUNDS. When Tlicr Arrive They Will lie Pre sented to Acting Governor Boltc and Demand for a Ileqal tlon AV1I1 He Renewed. The habeas corpus proceedings Instituted by John B. Edmunds, the accused mur derer of Herbert II. Itay. on Pike's peak, will not be heard before Judge Scarritt to day. They will be continued until Lieu tenant Governor Bolte takes action on cer tain affidavits" which arc expected from Colorado Springs to-morrow or Monday. These affidavits are expected to identify joung Edmunds as the companion of Kay early on the morning of August 19. Three young women who were making the night ascent of Pike's peak saw two young men tilting about a campllre about two miles below the summit at 3 o'clock on the morn ing of the murder. One of the young men has been Identified as H. II. Kay, but at last accounts the picture of young Ed munds had not bee...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

mkt fCangftj? iit Sftttfrag futttttal VOLUME XL. NO. 87. SUNDAY. KANSAS CITY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897 -TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. SITODAY. PRICE EIYE CENTS. SWISSWELLDOM, nCSTLING gj TETY AGAIXST THE Ettt ISTOCRACY. HORSE Sh UNDER WAY. brilliant rjiiDn op horses and rEOPLE YESTERDAY. GRAND STANDS A PICTURE. FAR GREATER CROWD Til AX BAD BEEN EXPECTED. J Bex McDonnlil Captures the Chief Event of the Day, the Stllrrell Makes Other Fenturcs and a. Lonk at Feo- jile AVho "Were ( There. J ? , 1 I It Kansas City's third annual Horso show was opened at FiIrmount park yesterday afternoon. The attendance -was large, the events on tho programme were of a note worthy character and the weather was passing fair. Tho peoplo sweltered be neath a brassy sky, fanned by a middle-of-July breeze, despite tho mocking shade of tho stands. Xlko all functions that enjoy society's gilt seal of approval, tho Horse show was late In getting under way. It may have been that the Inadequate train service was responsible for the...

Publication Title: Kansas City Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

TIIE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. BAD FOR LUETGERT. DtMVGlG EVII)E"CE AGYINST niM 1ESTHIIDAY. WIDOW FELDT ON THE STAND. 1'Hodl'ced a lok lettur "WRIT TEN 1 O HER 11V LUUTUURT. Jr. LuetRcrl Referred lo In the tet ter ns a, "Carcass" Curlosltj scckers Ilnrreil From Court Ilooni Crowd of lle- njTil purtcrs. Chicago. Sept. 4 All In nil, it Tins a bad day for the defendant In the Luetgert murder trial Thb -strongest evidence which has jet becnghen against him Tins brought out, and some of it was damag ing. The witness who gave the strongest evidence agaln-t the sausngemaker was Mrs. Christina Feldt, a widow with whom the prosecution alleges. I.uctgert was In fatuuted, nnd to whom it in claimed he has written a numlicr of love letters fcince ho has been confined in the jail. Mrs. Feldt s-jid thit on various occabions Luetgert paid to her he didn't care for his wife, and unto said tint he thought more of tiie domestic in the house than of Mi. Luct gerL "Ho -also said tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

THE KANSAS CUT JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER .5,1897. MUSIC AND THE DRAMA. THIS WEEK'SATTRACT10NS. Corlnno In "An American Beauty' "McSorley'e Tnrln" and a. Sew Paatornl Piny. Tlie season at the Coates opera house will open this evening, the occasion also betas an inauguration of the new Sunday night regime at this theater. The attraction will be "An American Beauty," with Corinne In the title part, which was assumed last sea son by Lillian Kussell. The opera will be remembered aa one of considerable merit in a musical way and one of special bril liance from a spectacular standpoint. It was most favorably received last season In this city and will doubtless prove a strong 1)111 for the brief engagement of four nights and "Wednesday matinee. Cor rlne has many admirers in this city and they will be glad to see her endeavors in a more legitimate line than that to which oho has hitherto been limited. The com pany, which is under the direction of Rich & Maeder. is said to be strong in p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURiL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER o. 1897. 3fh iCansajj (Bitn Jforornal. EntnliliJ-lird 1S34. 1 I , h THE JOURNAL COMPANY, PnlilUIicr. RIclto Building-. Ninthsand Grand Avenue. Snljsnrlpdon Rates) By, carrier. Dally and Sunday, 10 cents, per week; 43 cents per month. . " ' . By mall. Dally and Bur. day, one month, 0 cents. t)iree months, Jl; six months, J2; one year, $4. ' Single copies, I cents. Dally; 5 cents Sun day. TlielVceUl'y Journal nnd Aurlcnltarlit Published Thursdays, 50 cents per year. Telephone! Business Office. 2"fl; Edi torial Rooms. $12: Kansas City. Kas.. W. 23. Forelcu AdvertlPlnci The J. E. Van Dcren Special Agency, with offices 1320 Ma sonic Temple, Chicago, and 31-32 Tribune Building; New York, sole agent for foreign advertising. Entered at the Fostoffice at Kansas City, Missouri, as second class mail matter. "Weather Forecast for Sunday. "Washington. Sept. 4 For Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Generally fair; south winds. For Missouri and Kansas: "Fair; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

I I ) THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SfNDAT. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. MILENNIAL MWN BREAKS. KANSAS CITV ACTDAUY VIS GAME OP DALL. TiiU Unprecedented Event Occurred nt Dclrolt YcHterdny Pardee ritched ni Team to Victory Lost One, of Conrsc. Detroit, Mich., Sept. 4. (Special.) Two ball eanies -were played at Bennett park to day. Tho first -was a regularly scheduled championship came, and -was tvon hy De troit from start to finish. It transpires that President Johnson has no official record of the game played at Mount Clemens Sunday, August S. It will be remembered that rain broke up the game before three innlnss had been played. The storm lasted ovtr half an hour and according to rules the game was off. Both teams, however, con tinued to play to secure the gate receipts. The second game was really an exhibition. President Vanderbeck claimed that it took the place of the game won by Friend June 11. but the league constitution provides that such games shall be forfeited, ro the game cut no figuro I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

6 THE KANSAS CITY JOUllfAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. LABOR'S ONE ESPECIAL DAY. to-morrow s ni demo-nstiiition will m: aotable. I'arndc "Will Be Conlinvd to Orcimlrc-d Labor Its Formation und Route The Picnic at Wnisli- IiiKton Pur;. Kansas City will witness a more general observance o Labor day to-morrow than has ever been seen in the city. The ob servance will bo so general that it will amount to a holiday and mot busiiic-ss houses will be closed all dav. Arrangements Siave been made for a far more pretentious observance of the day than h is before been attempted and the labor organizations hav e met with a cordial support at the hards of iho employers of the cit. The labor organizations will give a pa rade in the morning and at Washington park later the exercises, of the day will take place with a. large number of prom inent speakers. The parade ivill form at Fourtcentli and Broadway at 1) o'clock and will move at 9.C0. Grand Marshal II. M. Kincaid issued an order last nisht req...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

- K. j2k. THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUINDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 189T. '( LEE LEAVES HAVANA. feAii.s Voit m:v yoric ami PROIt AIlLY "WILL OT llCTtRV. NEW CONSUL TO BE APPOINTED. gem:hl 1.1:1: has received a i.i:ivb or absence. Tendered Ills Resignation "When Pres ident McKlnlry Was IiiuiiKiirnt-t-il, but Litter Asked to lie Allowed to Hcxmiin fur a Time. 1 i 1 Havana, Sept. 4 General FitzhUGh Lee, the United States consul general, accompa nicil bj his son and private secretary, em barked this afternoon on board the Ward lino steamer Seguranca, bound for New York. When questioned as to his appar ently sudden departure from Cuba, General Lee Mid his leaving Havana had no .sig nificance, ah he -was simply availing himself of a leae of absence granted to him by the slate department. , "7- Previous to leaving tlic city. General Lee I ioalled upon and bid farewell to Captain "General Weyler and the Marquis Ahuma- J Jda, the governor of Havana, and acting captain general wane ucnerai i;ji;i Jabsen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,1897. 1. 1 . i OUTCOME IN DOUBT. CO.VL. MIM3IIS 3IAY OT RVTIFV THE STIUKB AGUEESIET. MAY HOLD OUT FOR 69 CENTS. SECRETARY PEUICE AIIGIIES IV FA "VOR Or A SETTLEMET. Said Strike Had Readied Its Height and 1Vn AVeuLenlnB Without a. Settlement, lie Saj", Man) TYouIil llcturn to "Work feoon. Columb-s. O , Sept. 4 Secretary Pearce, cf the United lllne Workers, speaking to day of the proposed strike settlement, stat ed that the agreement had lieen reached at a most opportune time for the miner. They had Just reached the point of the highest success in the strike, and if another week or ten dajs had passed they would not have been in the condition to demand and Fecure even a settlement at the G4-cent rate, to say nothing of returning to work at C cents. The strike had reached its height, and was weakening each day, and no one was better aware of this fact than the miners' officials. In Illinois and West Virginia, quite a large number of miners h...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. 9 KAN sas mi U& Tbe Uranch Ofllcc of THE JOURNAL tins removed to Huorn E, United bids;., nlierc nil advertisements anil Items of nciTB Trill receive prompt atten tion. Any complaints as to delivery of tlie paper will lie speedily reme died If notice Is f-lven. Tel. West 23. rCnrV I.,..,,., Portsmouth Bide, LLLCI IIIMIIUIC Kansas City. Kas. M 'Ihe only place In Kansas where the s b uenuine Keeley Remedies and Treat ment for Alcohol and Narcotic Addictions are administered. Address as above. Mrs. M. L. Gates, Licensed Lady Undertaker for Ladies' and Children's Funerals, tor. Stair IAn and ir. ii'e'il. Trl i'J30. WANTS NO DIVORCE. "NEITHER HOES SHE WANT HER UUS II M) TO ham: one. MRS. ADDIE STRAIT'S ANSWER. J JllEMES ALL THE ALLEGATIONS OP it the aiAALrACTCnEit. Sirs. Strait Is JVovr With Her Parents h la SVit York and Is Reported Very III Snya She Loves Her Husband i Hcnrly. Mrs. Addie G. Strait, through her attor neys, Hutch'ngs...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

10 CHE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1897. S. ui FROM FOREIGN LANDS. TRIUES NOW IX KKVOI.T IX IXDIA AND THElil POWER. KuksIu Determined to Capture Herat Rojnl Marriage in Denmark Prince Oscnr, of Sweden, a Salvationist. A recent dispatch In the London Dally Mail gives the following interesting de scription of the hostile tribes: The Afridis are the most powerful of all the border tribes. Their armed strength is about 27,000. They are line, athletic moun taineers, with warlike instincts, and make splendid lighting men. In our frontier res irctr.ts they have again and again shown themselves excellent soldiers. The Afndi. however. Is said to be at his best when acting on the offensive. In a losing tight he Idcks the stubborn courage of the Sikh and Goorkha. In his own hills he is .1 dangerous enemy, being inured to fightins from his boyhood. Intertribal disputes are invariably settled by an Immediate appeal PJ 1 - 85?. ,.S JVttNP AFRIDI IX COLD WEATHER UNIFORM The Tribe Tha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. 11 SOME LUCKY, SOP ARE NOT A ;m;i:itrii. kentijciciws Lin: or Mi.roina..M: and thiai.. Jului It. MnKofliu, With AVknm Noth- 1111; Ever hccnnMl tit Go Well A. lVuiih.i Iwinliurn (inoil I. nek Other Moric-s eif Luck. Hj Here Is what most persons would con eider a cite of hard luck: Blind, paralyzed, and with no means of a lielihooil Is the condition of John Hus- f-ell Magoffin, nephew of Kentucky's ur gov error. People empathize with him and say that he is Hit) most unfortunate man In Kentucky, hut it doesn't bother him. He is cheerful urd licpeful. Whe-i he was 10 years old, one barrel of a gun which he was loading went off, ard tore away the thumb and first and sw ond lingers, of the leit hand, and de stroyed his eyes. Jr soon as the boy s wounds healed hi 4 father bent him to the asylum for the blind at St. Louis. The teacher of music told him he I ould neer iday on account of his left jinnd being' so ballv mutilated. Ho In sist e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

12 THE KANSAS CITY JOUENAL. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,18&T- I J t SNAKES, FISHES, TOADS. THE ICINfi S.VAKi: HAS BECOME A fad i.v sew Tonic A Fixli Tlint Snlnjs IVilU Ita Toil Oat of "Water Luidon"a Illjj Tortolne The MsKlcrloua Svrordfisli Facta About Toads. The Wnc snake has become quite a fad in New York. This rnake can truly be celled the peacock of its species. It is most beautifully marked, sometimes in ltd and hLick stripes and again in white and black tiripts. It has scldon been known to b'te a human being, and yet it is a terror to all other bnnker. Small as the kins snake is, it never hesitates to attack an other snake, no matter how large, and it lb a rare case when it does not succeed in killing its enemy. The king tnake when full grown is about a foot and a half long. It is found as far north as Colorado and as far south as Tex as. They are most intelligent reptiles and can easily be domesticated. They can be fondled without the least fear, and will r.ot attack a human bei...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

) L THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. SUNDY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. 13 yx i EVERYMAN HIS OWN BARBERshe was Lincoln's playmate OH HOW TO GUT RICH BV CCTTIVG 7, OUR OW. HAIR. Remarkable DlNcoery In Finance and Fersonnl Adornment Made by a Ivansus Doctor, With Port rait and Instruction. At last it lias been solved. A burning: is sue of the day, a problem that has con fronted mankind since first he began to wcat hair, bus been solved by a Kanan No longer is it necessary for any m.in to go around with uncut. Ions; tangled hir sute appendages. Dr. "Williams, of Elk Falls, Kab., seeing what slaves men were to barber--, disenthraled himself and rushes into print to relieve suffering humanitj. Hit, method is so simple that anjono can use it. it Is as easy as falling off a log; the veriest child need not err. Not only that but the doctor produces figures to prove v hat a boon it has been to him. In twentv -.even jcars ho has saved J.7) barber bill; at hair ILko a jear. Think what this amount on compound i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

jMKKnnr '4- 14 THE .KANSAS CITY JOflNAL, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1897. Department MOmzMm MNHHHtfli wlwiwMWffMfifMW i A Lieutenant Colonel Lewis Butt, of his ex cellency. Governor Atkinson's, staff. There would be nothing unusual about this announcement if it were not that the lieutenant colonel Is a woman, a beauty, and a belle. MU-s liutt belongs to nn Augusta, Ga coterie that lias been Kncun for its love ly and witty women. She is not in any tense of the word "a new woman" jet she has just hail conferred upon her this distinctly new till". For Governor Atkin son, of Georgia, has established a prece dent and created a senatipn In giving to an American girl the title which only royal women bear by right of inheritance to their own standing armies. Miss Butt accompanied Governor Atkln-j-on and jtafT to the Tennessee centennial and there, dressed in lluiTy mus-lln and picture hat, with whlto glocd hands on Jeweled sword hilt, she was presented to Governor Taylor and staff in the dlgnllle...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

f THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL, SUJAY. SEPTEMBER 5,1897. r' 15 WOBLD The Blind Archer. Little Boy Love drew his bow at a chance. Shooting down at the ballroom floor. Ho hit an old chaperon, watching the dance. And. O. but he wounded her sore! HI. Ivove, you couldn't mean that! HI, Love, what would you be at? No word would he say. But he flew on his way. For the little Boy's busy, and how can he stay? A sad-faced youn? clerk In a. cell all apart. Was planning a deliberate vow. But the Boy's random arrow'has sunk in his heart. And the cell Is an empty one now. Heh. Love, you mustn't do that! HI, Love, what would you be at? He Isn't for you. He has duties to do! "But I am his duty," quoth Love, "as he flew. i The King sought a bride, and the nation had hoped For a Queen without rival or peer. But Urn l.'ttle Boy shot and the King has eloped "With Miss No One on Nothing a Tear. Heh. Love, you mustn't do that! HI, Love, what would you be at? What an impudent thing To make game of a King! "But...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Kansas City journal. — 5 September 1897

16 THE KANSAS CITY JOIMAL. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5,1897. LEGAL, NOTICES. IN the circuit court of Jackson county, nt Kansas City, Missouri. State of Mis souri ex rcl J. W. McCurdy, collector, nlalntiff. vs. Elizabeth Coshlll. Marccllus Gilliam. Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Cald well, Charles W. Caldwell. Ann E. Cald well. Georga E. Caldwell. Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell. James S. Caldwell, "Walter Caldwell, heirs of "Ann C. Caldwell, deceased, defendants. No. 25517. Now. on this day, August 23, 3597, comes plain tiif hy Its attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction of the clerk In vacation that the defendants, Elizabeth Coghill, Marccllus Gilliam, Thomas Todd. Thomas W. Caldwell. Ann E. Caldwell, George E. Caldwell, Mary J. Caldwell, Joseph B. Caldwell, James Caldwell, "Walter Caldwell, heirs of Ann C Caldwell, deceased, are non-residents of this state, or have con cealed themselves so that the ordinary process of law cannot ba served upon them nnd ciinnot be served In this action...

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