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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, I'LATTSMOUTH, NER, AUGUST .15, 1896.
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THIS IS A PICTURE OF ONE OF
A FINE ANTIQUE BED-ROOM SUITE.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Miles St;tndith,r. and jr., from Mur
ray made this office a pleasant call to
day. Mrs. Thompson, diiubttr of Mrs.
Buttery, went to Alliance today for a
Jeff Bedford, the Omaha con I mag
nate, was in town today eeiic our
J. W. Bookmeyor and ICotjert 1'atton
went to Council BlutTs this afternoon
on a pleasure excrsion.
Jov Shaip was down today from Lin
coln looking- after his teams which are
working out Burlington road tax in
the Eil Todd district.
Colonel. Pickett of the Burlington,
enjoyed a visit from his mother since
Sunday. Mrs. Pickett returned to her
home at Lincoln today.
Fred Ta&key and son went to South
Bend, Ind., today to visit with the
former's mother, whom ho has not
seen for twenty-six years.
Mr. and Mrs. Lycks have been visit
ing the latters sister Mrs. Henry Miller
for a few days. They left this after
noon for Wakefield, Neb.
O. L. Joiner of Nebraska City is in
town ellinff a new kind of castor for
j beds, sideboards, etc. It's a good
thing and ought to be a great seller.
M. S Briggs is the member of the
populist congressional comraitteo for
this county and H. I). Travis repre
sents those of democratic faith in the
Owing to the threatening weather
the crowd from this place for Union
this morning was small, but tomorrow
everylKjdy is goini,' if the woather is
Cade Rogers received word yester
day of the death of his mother at the
age of eighty-six years. She died at
S.indiego, Cal., where she made her
home with a daughter. Three daugh
ters reside there.
Frank Carruth who used to wear a
beard that wut tno prido of four con
tinents came in this morning from
Denver and his friends required an in
troduction on account of his Biyan
cast of countenance.
Eighteen hundred excursion tickets
were sold in Omaha this morning to
the retail grocers who were going to
Ashland to spend the day. It required
two B. & M. trains of ten coacnes
each to accommodate the crowd.
Wo forgot to mention at the time
Lowell Love, the Groenwood depot
burglar, had a hearing today and was j the nice party Lena Fricke gave about
bound over to the district court in the twntv-five of her friends the first of
sum of $3O0 by Justice Archer. In
default of bail he was sent to jail-
A prominent Minneapolis apple
packer and shipper was in town yes
terday confering with Wiiej' Black
for a purchase of what he might se
cure of the splendid Cass county crop.
Master George Clark accompanied
his young friend, Gillespie, to his
home out at York today where he wiil
visit a week and on his return he will
spend a week at Lincoln with the
AV. II. Trland, a prominent school
teacher at Manley was in the city yes
terday on business, and made Tiik
News a pleasant call. lie has en
gaged to teach the ianley school for
Claus Brekenfeld, the Cedar Creek
miller, was in town today. Wo did not
hear him make a talk for McKinley
but from the intelligent cast of his eye
we have no doubt he is for sound mon
ey and plenty of it.
Assistant Superintendent of Motive
Power Qurean, his mother, brother
and two lady friends from the east and
Rev. F. II. Freund of this city will
leave tomorrow for a two week's so
journ in Yollow Stone Park.
C. G. Anderson of Council Bluffs ac
companied by his wife, who was for m
erly Miss Dunstan, came down Sunday
for a few days visit. Mr. Anderson
returned homo today and his wife will
remain the b.ilance of the week.
Mrs. M. M. Richardson left a pocket
book on the stove at her house while
eho went to anwer the door. The book
contained $10. The caller was a ped
dler selling stove polish. lie put np
quite a talk and Mrs. Richardson con
cluded to buy and when she went to
get her money the book was cone and
has not yet been found. Evidently the
peddler got it.
The boys played a joke on Count1
Clerk Robertson this morning. It
seems the telephone wires were crossed
so that when the treasurer talked to
central the "machine" carried the
voice into the clerk's ofllce. Mr. Rob
ertson was in the treasurer's otlice
and thought he was callmg up the
Missouri Pacific depot, but he only goi
his own office, lie put up a talk for
special train service and was glad to
know everything had been arranged,
but when he got back to his ofllce and
found the boys all laughing he soon
understood the arrangements made
came from that quarter and not from
the Missouri Pacific at all. He then
got a genuine conference with Colonel
Stoutenborough later and the beet of
service is promised.
the week. The little girls were highly
entertained, enjo3"ed nice refresh
ments, played suitable games and had
just as good a time as they could wish
Judge B. S. Ramsey and son, Willie,
returned from their extended visit in
Wisconsin and PenriBjlvania this
morning. The judge looks hale and
hearty as a wood-chopper and says
his health has greatly improved. Qe
will open court Aug. 17 and push
business along until the. docket is
One of the democratic delegates to
the late itongressional convention took
rather an expensive drink at Lincoln.
It was only common whisky but it cost
him 91 ' He got off the train to
'quench his tnirst ' and in doing so
the train with his pass pulled out for
Plattsmouth and he had to pay his
fare on the next train.
Captain Melchoir Soennichsen and
Colonel Fred Kroehler went up to the
bayou this afternoon to capture a few
boat loads of crawfish, which are said
to root in great numbers in that vi-
ciuitv. I he crawfish is not appetizing
in appearance, but when properly
cooked it forms a dish that would
make glad the heart of an epicure.
91 75 in iold ;ivt'u.
International News and Book Co.,
Baltimore, Md., are makitg a most
liberal offer of $175 to any agent who
will sell ninety copies in two months,
. - . 1 i. .ilT- .1 1 . l
oi ttieir new oook, unuor uum
Flags," or a gold watch for selling
forty copies iu one month. This prem
ium is in addition to commission.
Graphic and thrilling ventures of the
civil war both sides. Every word
written bv eve witnesses. Stories of
camp lires, comradeship, deeds of dash
and daring, anecdotes, etc. Hundreds
of war pictures. One agent reports
twenty-five copies sold in two days.
another agent forty-two in four days.
ii w II II
Just as yours will be if
you continue using poor j
makes wash-day as easy as any other day. Lessens
the labor, makes the clothes white, and does no dam
age. Thousands of women say so surely they are
not all mistaken. Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company, - Chicago.
lleatty's Org"" anil J'lanoa.
Hon. Daniel F. Beatty, of Washing
ton, New Jersey, the great Organ and
Piano manufacturer, is building and
shipping more organs and pianos than
ever. In 1870 Mr. Beatty left home a
ixjnniless plow boy, and by his in
domitable will he has worked his way
up so as to sell so far, nearly 100,000 of
Beatty's Organs and Pianos since 1S70.
Nothing seems to dishearten him;
obstacles laid in his way, that would
have wrecked an ordinary man forever,
he turns to an advertisement and
comes out of it brighter than ever.
Hig instruments, as is well known, are
very ik pillar and are to be found in all
parts of the world. We are informed
that during the next ten years he in
tends to sell 200,000 more of his make;
that means a business of $20,000,000, if
we average them at $100.00 each. It is
already the largest business of the
kind in existence. Writo or call upon
Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, New
Jersey, for catalogue.
iOO in Oold Oiveu.
The International News and Book
Co., of Baltimore, Md., offer $200 to
any agent who will sell in three
months 225 copies of their book '"Cam
paign and Issues of '9G." A full,
graphic and complete account of the
campaign all sides given. Beautifully
illustrated. Biogrphiesof the leading
men in each party. The book of all
others to sell now. Freight paid and
credit given. Complete outfit 15
cents. Write them immediately. A
gold watch given in addition to com
mission for selling 70 cooies in thirty
days. Agents wanted ulso for other
books and bibles.
Whip! Whip! WIiIim!
August Gorder has some surprising
bargains in whips. I Jo sells the com
mon whip at two for twenty-five cents;
a first-class rawhide center whip for
twenty-five cents; one of the best for
fifty cents, and the very best whip
made for seventy-five cents. Come in
ana see tbem at old stand oi t reu
Gorder & Son, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Susan Gmstlaudc, Charles A. Crosclaudc,
Rudolph Decker, Ransom Decker. Henrietta
1 Untried, Deitriih, her husband, first
name unknown. S. M. Eaton and un
known heirs of E. II. Katon, et al.,
defendants: wiil take notice that on the 2r.l
day ol July. ls'.Hi, Theodore r. 1 )ecker. plaintiff
herein, tiled his petition in equity in the district
Court oi Cas i count v. Nebraska, ai;
fondants, the object and prayer of which are to
jainst said de-
declare the estate of Kosan Decker, deceased,
and her heirs at law, entitled to the southeast
quarter of section thirty (If tl. township twelve I2,
ranj!e eleven (11). Cass county. Nebraska, by
reason of said Rosan Decker and those claiming
under her occupying said real estate openly,
notoriously, exclusively and adversely for more
than twenty-five years last past and that the title
to the same be continued in said heirs, that
Rudolph Decker be declared to have no right or
title to said real estate except as an heir at law of
Ro-an I etker.
'1 fiat a certain deed from Win. 3. Eaton to S.
M. Eaton and E. H. Eatou bed ec la red s cloud
upoii'the title of said real estate and that the
same ie held tor naught, and further that the
shares of plaintiff and defendants in said land be
confirmed and set aside: if no division thereof
can be had that the same may be sold and the
proceeds thereof divided between the parties as
their respective shares nuiy appear and for such
other and further relief as may seem past and
iu are required to answer said petition on or
before the 14th day of September, IbM.
Dated at I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, the ZSrd day
of July, lSlrti.
Theoik'RE F. Decker, l'laintitf.
Hy Matthew (iering. Attorney.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska, in
the matter of the estate of Fred V. Cross, de
ceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons inter
ested that upon the 3rd day of August, A. D Irt'.W,
at 10 o'clock a, m. or as soon thereafter as I may
be heard, at the ottice of the clerk of the district
court of Cass county, Nebraska. I will apply to
Hon. If. S. Ramsey, judge of the district court
of Cass county. Nebraska, for an order continu
ing the sale or the following described lands, to
uit: The undivided three-tenths of the south
two-thirds ot the west halt of section twenty-nine
in township ten (Kit, north of range eleven
ill), in Cass county. Nebraska; said sale being
made by me as executor ot the estate and last
w ill and testament ol Fred W. Cross, deceased,
upon the lh day of April, A. D. lttS, in pur
suance of an order ot the judge of the district
court ot Cass county, Nebraska, entered upon the
Jl'th day of March, A. D. l.v.wj, and directed to
me. Ail objections to the confirmation of said
saie must be tiled on or before ttie 3rd day of
August. A. D. lici.
Dated this 14th day of July. 1S!.
Arthur E. Cross.
Executor of Estate of Fred W. Cross, deceased.
liy his attorneys, liy run Clark and C. A. Raw Is.
To Lloyd S. Wilson. iun-resident defendant:
You aie hereby notified that on the 7th day of
July, lS'.Hi. Julia A. Wilson commenced her action
in the district court of Cass county. Nebraska,
against you, the object and prayer ol which are
to secure a divorce from you on the gr ound of de
sertion tor more than two years before this date
and wanton and cruel refusal to support said Julia
A. rlson; it is also asked iu said suit that the
maiden name of said Julia A. Wilson be restored
to her, and tor requitahle relief. You are required
to answer said petition on or before Monday, the
17th day of August, lui;, or your default will be
entered and the allegations ol said petition taken
as confessed and true. Jclia A. Wilson,
Hy fier attorneys, Heesou & Root,
order of sole Issued by Ueorge . me d lrc.ted. 1 will on tlioolh day of Sept., A
erk of the district court within 1 n at n Ovi,ok a. in. of said day at the
y.Nebraska.and to me directed. ) soutll UOOP 0f ti, COurt house in the city ol
JBv virtue of an order of sole Issued by George
F. flouseworth. cl
and for Cass count
1 will on theZimi dav ot August. A. it. l;n. at ii . i.,, t.
n'rlork n m nl taiil nav at itie souin uiMir oi me
By virtue of an orrterof sale lssut'd by Geo,
F. House worth, cleric of the district court,
within and for Cass county. Nebmskit.and to
In said county, sell at public
the highest bidder for cash, the
court nouse m me cuy oi i laiisinouo. , m fol lowing described real estate, to-wit:
county, sell at public auction, to the highest bid- ! The south half (9 H' of lots 1. 2 and 3 in
der tor cash, the following real estate to-W4it: block thirteen (13i In the city of I'lalts-
Lot in Smith s addition to the city ol 1 latts- j louli,,cass c ounty. Nebraska together wit h
mouth. Cass county. Nebraska, together with all . n .,. cin..iiur ti. iw.riiir,n,.i.ia t..l
and the singular the hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or tn any wise appertaining.
ihjsame oeing levieu upon ana bikcti as uie
property of Haunah 1. Scott and Walter w.
Scott, defendants, to satisfy a judgment of said
court recovered by J, H. Fettibone and v E.
Nixon, doing business as 1 ettibone i Nixou
Complete $1 outfit sent for 50 cents in I plaintiffs, against said defendants.
ii. -. , , I Flattsmouth, Nebraska, July in, A.
stamps. rite them immeaiately. Harvev Hoi
Freight paid and credit piven. This
is a splendid opportunity for students
and teachers during the summer va
Sheriff Cass county, Nebraska.
Notice by publication ou petition for adminis
tration of estate. In the county court of Cass
county, Nebraska. In the matter ot the estate
If you want some Choice hay, drop a AUCT Gauer.John Matthew Gauer and Anna Mar
aud ail other persons lnterestea in
Nice New Hay.
mele, I'lattsmouth, and he will
Til UUSPA Y.
Alf Hall leaves this evening for
"Wheeling, West Virginia., where tie
will engage in telephone work with
The Bryan club will own up per
manent quarters in the Wettenkamp
block opposite the court house.
Mrs. Wash Smith, daughter Lou and
Master Glen, departed yesterday for
a visit with Harry Coolidge and
family at Lead City.
S-rvices held at Christian Science
reading room and disionsary. No lOfXl
Main street, near High school, us fol
lows: Sunday school at 11 a. m.. Sun
day evening service, 7::50; bible lesson.
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. All are
cordially invited to attend, to listen
or take part as they may feel inclined.
Rooms also open daily from 10 a. in. to
0 p. m. to those seeking health or
truth. "Science and Health" and
other works of Rev. M. B. Eddy, on
hara I auer
said matter are hereby notified that on the 3rd
Hjv id Aturust. 1MK. C. A. liauer. lohn M. (Jauer
and Anna liarbara Oauer hied a petition in said
county court, alleging among other things that
Christian uauer uieu on trie itin nay oi juiy.
1mm;. leavini; no last will and testament, and pos
sessed of real arid personal estate valued at eight
thousand nine hundred dollars ($,m), and that
the above named constitute the persons inter
ested in the estate ot said deceased, ana praying
for administration thereol. kou are hereby no
tified that it vou tail to appear in said court on
the 1st day of September, IsHtS. at 2 o'clock p. in.,
and contest said petition, the court will appoint
Christian A. Gauer, or some other suitable per
son, administrator, and proceed to a settlement
ol said estate. Geokge M. Spur lock.
ptirtcnaneea thereunto belonging or In any
wIho n ppertaintrig. The same being levied
upon and taken as the property of S. I'.
V aniitta and k.. J. vanatta. defendants: to
satisfy a judgment of said court recovered
by t u tries v. I'armele as receiver of the
Citizens" Hank of I'lattsmouth. Nebraska.
plain t i 11: iiiraliist sal J defendants.
I'lattMiioutn, rtiebraski. July 31. A. II.
ls'.Hi. Harvkv Hollow ay.
Sheriff". Cass county, Nebraska.
liy v irtue of an order of sale issued by George
F. Housewotth, cieik ot the district court within
and lor (..ass county, .einasKa, and to me di
rected. 1 will on the rth day of September. A. D.
1M. at II o'clock a. m. ot said dav at tha south
door ol the court house in the city ol I'latts
mouth, in said county sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder lor cash, the lollowing real
estate, to-wit: The noith half of lots eleven and
twelve (1 1 and l-. in block thiity-six :0i. in the
city ot 1 luttsiiioulh. Cass county. Nebraska, to
gether witti all and singular the hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining; the same being levied
upon and taken as the propei ty ol Elizabeth A
oodson and James M. Woodson, defendants.
to satisfy a judgment ot said court recovered by
Charles C. f'aiinele. as receiver of the Citieus
bank of i'lattsmouth. Nebraska, plaintitt against
I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, July 31. A. D. IS'.)!.
Sheritt, Cass county. Nebraska
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
and keep it dry. There'll be no danger of its molding1.
But moisten the bread with water, and see the result,
in a snort time it is covered witn mold. It is just so
with con?mption. Its germs will not grow in the
lungs unl : everything is suitable to them. Weak
ness, poor blood, loss of appetite, coughs and colds
often prepare the ground for the development of the
germs of consumption. To destroy germ-life the sys
tem must be kept in a well-nourished condition. Do
not lose flesh -.Take Scott'S EtTHllsiOn,
with hypophosphites, as . . J
a preventive. It furnishes the reinforcements neces
sary for the body to conquer in the easiest possible
form. The oil is in a state quickly taken up and rap
idly translormed into the organs and tissues.
When yon ask lor 5cott's Emulsion and yout druggist five
J'om a a I own -colored package with the picture of a man and
lah on It you can trust that man aritn your prescriptions I
ao cents and $i.o4 SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York
In the countv court of Cass county. Nebwska.
In the matter ot the estate and guardianship ot
Thomas Lnidsey, insane.
Notice is hereby given to illiam I.mdsey and
all other persons interested in said matter that
U. G. Todd, guardian of said estate, on the lfrd
day of July, A. L). lMt, filed in the county court
ot Cass county his petition asking leave to re
sign saia oltice, and therein suggested the name
ot Harry o. lodd as his successor. Attachau to
said petition is the final account of saidguaruTan.
That said matters are set down for final hearing
on the id day of August. A. L. lift;, at 1 o'clock
p. m., upon the said account now on nie ana upon
said petition, for a final order fixing the amount
ot said account and releasiuR the said guaidi.ni
from ins said trust. 1 ou are tiereby notified that it
you fail to appear on the said day ana hour.to con
test said petition or to make objection to said
hnal account, the court may allow and grant th
same and appoint said Harry G. '1 odd, or some
other suitable person, guardian of the said estate,
ana make any and all orders in the premises it
may deem just and proper.
Notice thereof is ordered to be eiven bv publi
cation in the Semi-Weekly News, in the weekly
publication of said newspaper, published in said
Cass county, for three U consecutive weeks.
lated this ZS4 day ot July,
Notice of Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice is hereby given that bv virture of a
chattel mortgage, dated on the Jd day of July,
1hH). and duly tiled in the ishce tit the countv
clerk ot Cass county. Nebraska, on the fth day
of July, 1W, and executed by Herbert Cooper to
N. H. Meeker to secure the payment of J7U. and
upon which there is now due the sum of $71o and
interest Ironi the Slra day ot July, l.v., at ten per
cent per annum.
1 elault having own made in the payment ot
said sum and no sun or other proceeding at law
having been instituted to secure said debt or any
part thereof, 1 will, therefore, sell the property
described in said mortgage, to-wit:
1 he entire drug stock, merchandise ot every
kind connected with said stock, together with all
the fixtures used in and about the business, be
longing to and carried ou by said mortgagor.
Herbert Cooper, said stock consisting oicuugs.
notions, wines, liquors, show cases, sale and fix
tures as the same is set out in invoice attached to
said mortgage, at public auction in the iwanback
Duiluing. where saw stock is located, on 101 zz in
the town ol Greenwood, Cass county, Nebraska,
on the 'Juth day of August. A. I), isrti. at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day.
IJated at Greenwood this 2rth day ot July, l!su.
N. 11. Meeker, Mortatg-.-e.
By Geo. V. Clark, Attorney.
Hy virtue of iin order of s:ile Issued bv
George K. llouseworth, clerk of tha district
court, within and for Cuss count v, Nebraska
and to me dtroetnd. I will on the 5t.fi day of
Sept.. A. I ., is:;, at 11 o'clock a. in. of said
day at the south door of tliu court house in
the city of I I . tlsmout Ii. in s.iid county. Hell
at public miction, to tne highest bidder for
cash, the following reul estate, lowit:
The southeast quarter rK of the
south west fiunrter (-W 4) of section thirty
four t il), township thirteen (13. range twelve
l'2. containing forty acres more or less to-
lietlier w it h all and Mnsular ttie heradita
men is itnd aDPurtenancea thereunto Ire
lori'.-lnir or in unywUie appertaining. The
same !etii2 levied upon and taken as the
property of William A. B. Hick? et al. de
fendaiit: to satisfy a judgment of said cour
recovered uy A. t. wattle, plaintiff, against
1'lai f-mouth, Nebraska. July 31, A. I). lM'.Hl
HAHVtV HOI. LOW AY.
Sheriff. Cass County. Nebraska.
Notice by public tkm on petition for settle
ment ot final guardianship accounts. In countv
court. Cass county. Nebraska. In the matter of
tfie guardiansh p ot Kooert A. Mitchell, insane
Julia M. Mitchell, executrix of the last will and
testament o! Robert A. Mitchell, deceased, and
all other per.-ons interested in said matter, are
hereby untitled that on me ;r.'in day ot July. ls'.Hi,
Ilavid Miller tiled a Petition in said countv court
praying that his linal guardianship accounts be
settled and allowed, and that he e discharged
from his trust as guardian, and that if you fail to
appear before said court on the 22nd day of August
l-ani. at .o'clock p.m. .and contest said petition, the
cou.t may crant the prayer of said petition and
niakesuth other and further orders, allowances
ana decrees as to the couit mav seem Droper. to
the end. tha- all matters pertaining to said
guardianship may be finally settled and deter
mined.. L.EOKOE M. M'UKLOCK.
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J. I. UNRUH, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker,
OK PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA.
1'Hld up Capital
Removes Frad:le, Plmplen,
OITer9the very best facilities for the
prompt transaction of
Liver -Males. Blackheads.
Sunburn and Tan, wid re-
Btores tho hkm to its ongi'
lnr fild hf?;
plexion. Snprior to all faoev
STOCKS, bonds, gold, goverement and loca
securities nought and sold, ueposns r
fi veil ni.rt interest allowed on the certtl-
cates. Irufta drawn. .avallaDle In any 1
part of the U. S. and all the principle
towns of Europe. Collections made and
promptly remitted. Illehest market
price paid for county warrants, state
and county bonds.
nrpnMr.iiiiins ml rrtVrtl v hnrmleFS.
druggists, or -mailed for SOcts. Send for circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP I. .Imply lsmmparM aV
Ala urilvinc Snap, vnttftlr4 for Ihe lollt. maid wiihat a J
ttvftl fur lln nuriTr. A ItnolmHr pnr mad di-lluatcl OBedlr
eausd. At dinisit. Price 25 Cents.
The Q. C. BITTNER CO., Toledo,
II. N lovey. II. Ilawkuwurlh
s. Waueli. V. E. White, K. I..ve
Urn, K. Iluvrjr, Frea, s. Waueh. Cannier
II. M. Dover AU Caahler.
are the most powerful, safe prompt and re
ornrnal and onlv genuine woman s salva-
liable of this kind In the mi
Hon. Ask your drugirist if he don t keep
them. Write direct to us and we will send
ft direct upon receipt of price, H. sealed, by
mull prepaid. Medical advice free. JACK
SON MEDICAL CO., Chicago, III..- or ou
ageut. I. L, Snyder.
UWARE Or IMITATIONS
.mm ,i . H aU
,-FOQSALE CV ALL DRUOG"5T5 OR C
I JACKSON MEDICAL CO. CHICAGO ILL
260 bO CLARK 3T iMPtRiAL B'lO'4
iN.B. DorVt take any substitute j
5 with the same name but different -t
spelling on which your druist 5
makes twice as much J
Alice I.. McKernolds. dili-ii.lant . will tak
notice that on the dav of April. 1S1. lames i-
McKeynolds. pUintirf herein. rilel his petition in
the distnet court ot Cass county against the de
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James F. McKeynolds, Plaintiff.
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