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THE SEMI-WEEKLY lNEWS-HEKALU, lJLArrSiVlOUXii NEB., AUGUST 4t 167.
A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of
all in leavening strength. I-atest United States
(Joveriimeiit Food Report.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Mr. and Mrs.' Virpil Mullis' babo is
reported quite sick.
Kx-Senator S.uuuol Thomas was an
Omuiia visitor today.
JirJjjo Spurlook m.iilo a brief busi
ness trip to Orn ihii this afternoon.
Adam I.-ieck of St Louis, is in the
city, the truest of his brother, Henry.
Tom flood is enjoying a visit from
his brother who resides at Hiawatha.
Abe and a?o lVpperberj; departed
yesterday for a vist with relatives
St. Jim and Marysville, Mo.
Mis. A. K. K'inhacliIo returned
home this mornin-r aftur a pleasant
visit with relatives in Wisconsin.
We received an interesting letter
from A. II. Weekhaeh 1olay dated
Wion, Germany, which will be printed
Colonel John A. M.icMurphy. the
veteran newspaper man," accompanied
by his wife, is in tho city for a few
days' visit. They have been visiting
for several days in snuthorn parts of
Many thank.-Jtn the weather bureau
for the -prediction of showers todny
with cooler weather and northerly'
winds. Yesterday was one of the
hottest of the year, and up to noon
today has not been much more com
fortable. The tllens Fails Insurance company,
Mrs. Cnrrie Wilson, njrent, paid its
share of loss on the court house lifht
niiifr damage Friday, beinpr remark
able for its promptness. The. Glens
Falls is the kind of company to pa
tronize. Mrs, Isabel Kiehey pave a very in
teresting recital, by. reading several
of her best poems at Kim wood Friday
last A musical program furnished
part of the entertainment and the
large crowd in attendar.ee was well
Henry Decatur Barr, better known
as Dick, was nominated for justice of
tho peace last evening tit the pop con
vention, and Jack Donsnn for con
stable. Dick used to dish out justice
at Weeping Water, and is said to bo
an artist in that line.
Kenton Livingston and Dr. Gilmore
of Murray took Hilly Gilmore, jr., to
the hospital at Council Hluffs today,
where ho can have tho advantage of
export treatment. He has boen fail
ing for several months, his ailment
having baflled the skill of the local
George Uarkins' base ball nine
drove down to Rock IJlutT this after
noon and will play the second nine of
that village. George has a first-class
ton in and will show the Rock Bluffers
how the national game should be
played. Claude Hutler will go into
tho box, while Uarkins will perform
behind the bat.
Oakley Folic got so expert at riding
his wheel, he tooK all sorts of risks
and as he started down a 6toep incline
on North Sixth street yesterday at
breaK-noi-k pace, he los-t his balance
and cot a fall on nis face that was
quite painful. No bones were broken
and ho is waikinr today with a lace.
that looks like he had been at a wake
About seventy-live young people
gathered togethov at the pleasant
homo of Mrs. A. I'. Campbell in South
Park last evening, the occasion being
the monthly business and social meet-
ins: of the Epworth League. Social
conversation was indulged in till a
lato hour, when a nice program, con
sisting of instrumental and vocal
music, was given.
A team of horses belonging to a
man by tho name of Spencer broke
loose from their hitching post on
Fourth street, opposite Joe Klein's
clothing store, and went tearing down
. - .... .1
street at a terrific rato They turned
short on Third street, throwing the
wagon against a
team wnicii was
IV.-en's eroeory store,
eral substances." -When
these are absent we have "Rickets" a lack of
bone-tissue, which shows itself in delayed teething, profuse
head-sweats, and later, if not arrested, malformations and
Such a baby needs lime for its weak bones and cod-liver
oil for its fat-starved body.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphites
of lime and soda will give its little body the needed fat in
an easy form. -
Bt rure you gei Scot ft Emulsion hin yon warn it and mot a cktaf tulstiiutt. X
Scott & Bowne, New York. y am Druggists. 50c and i.
The wagon was broken up consider
bly, but the horses were jninjurcd.
In a letter to relatives in this city,
Mis; Flora Wise, now a resident of
Kansas City, announces her intention
of going abroad in September and
spending the winter in Paris and in
Florence, Itaiy. Miss Wise is well
known to tho older residents of the
city, haing lived hero for years, un
til about fifteen years ago. She is a
daujjhter of Prof. Wise, formerly
county superintendent of this county.
a Byron Clark wus a business visitor
in Omaha today.
Ernest Pits, who resides with his
mother in Mcrcerviile, is quite ill.
C. E. Wescott and wife departed
this afternoon for a visit in Chicago.
Miss Mary Swoboda returned yes
terday from a two months' visit with
friends in Pokin, 111.
C. S. Polk returned last evening
from a business trip of several days up
in the Hlack nills country.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Coleman made a
very pleasant overland trip to Green
wood Saturday morning, returning
Regular meeting of W. 0. T. U. to
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at their
room in Rockwood block. All are in
vited to bo present.
Mrs. J. II. Hasem3ir of Louisville
returned to her homo yesterday after
a few days' visit with her daughter,
Mrs. James Robertson, in this city.
Will Short, the prosperous and pop
ular hardware merchant of Douglas,
Neii., is visiting with his mother.Mrs.
Mary Cook, in this city, who is very
R. Cecil Jack returned Saturday
evening from Toronto, where ho was
in attendance at national convention
of the Epworth League. Ho reorts
having a fino trip.
Last evening William May all was
taking a little drive about the city
with Anford Nitka's horse and buggv
when tho animal became frighted and
whirled tho vehicle around, piling
Hilly out in the street. No damage
was dono except to the buggy, which
wns slightly damaged.
Elmer Monroe's house was entered
by a sneak thief Saturday night, but
the only booty secured was a small
piece of chewing tobacco, which was
found in a pair of trousers. The
thief was evidently a novice at tho
business and becamo frightened be
fore ho found any valuables.
J. N. Wiso received notice this
morning from the stato legislative in
vestigating committee of his appoint
ment to the position of exporting the
books at tho Nofolk asylum. Thero is
quite a neat salary attached to this
lino of work, and it will probably re
quire a month's timo to complete the
Dr. Marshall, (iraiiuate Dentist.
Dr. Marshall, fino gold work.
Dr. Marshall, gold and porcelain
Dr. Marshall, crown and bridge work
Dr. Marshall, teeth without plates.
Dr. .Marshall, all kinds of fillings.
Dr. Marshall, all kinds of plates.
Dr. Marshall, perfect fitting plates.
Dr. Marshall, all work warranted.
All the latest anoliances for firt
class dental work.
"Last summer one of our grand
children was sick with a severe bowel
trouble," says Mrs. E. G. Gregory 4 of
FrederickstowD, Mo. "Our doctor's
remedy had failed, then we tried
Chamberlain's Coiic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which gave very
speedy relief." For sale by all drug
Dangerous Drinking Water.
Death lurks in impure Water. It
breeds dieases often in epidemic form.
The first symptom is looseness of the
bowels. These diseases .are checked
by taking Folay's Colic Cure. Smith
You may hunt tho world over and
you will not find another medicine
equal to Chamberlain's Colicv Cholerti
and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel
complaints. It is pleasant, safe nnd
reliable. For sale by all druggists.
When You Take Your Varalinn
The most necessary articles to have
with you (after your i-ocket book) is a
bottld of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an
absolute prevention or cure of all
derangements of the bowels caused by
a change of water. You are likely to
need it. Smith & Parmcle.
You Can Iepenl On It'
That Foley's Colic Cure is an instant
relief for colic, summer comnlaint.
.ill .-.1 r nn ni .In if i .1 1 . . . I 1 , n
, chronic diarrhoea, cholera infantum.
' I -1 1 im o nnliji nnlnln.i!' mil ia .. .. .1 1 1
i v-nv, 1 o w-i mm mi
bowel complaint. Smith & P.irmele.
are soft, so soft they scarce can be called
bones in the earlier years gradually they
harden, and furnish the frame which sup
ports the growing body. The hardening
comes from what chemists term ." the min
The N. K. Fairbanh
I'referrfi to I'atronize Home Industry.
As we were passing tho Riley last
night wo noticed a representative of
the Omaha Tea & Cotfee Co., trying
to sclt a bill of teas ai d spices. Land
lord Coates took a memorandum of
his prices and steppod out to a grocery
store, only to find ho could buy hero
at the same figures, and, consequently,
declined to give an order.
In conversation, Mr. Coates said ho
preferred to patronize homo industry,
and that more than four-fifths of the
goods used in tho Riley hotel wero
bought in Plattsmouth and the money
paid out to local merchants. This is
as it should bo, and if till our people
would adopt the same rule limes in
our city would greatly improve.
Assuming Metropolitan Aira.
A strong effort is being made to
close the stores of the city at 7 o'clock,
as is done at Nebraska City and other
towns of this sizo. Thero is no ap
parent reason why this cannot bo ac
complished When customers become
accustomed to this it will occasion no
t rou bio to thorn, as they can easily
make their purchases prior to that
hour. This plan woujd undoubtedly
meet the hearty approbation or tho
clerks, as tho present hours kept by
the stores makes the lifo of tho clerk
rather- burdensome. . A petition wiil
bo circulated Monday and it is thought
the plan will carry.
A Hot Content.
Plattsmouth is to have a series of
ball games next week worth seeing,
when Tom Parmele's famous Louis
ville nine will meet the amateur
champions of Iowa hero at the gate
city. The first game will bo played
next Tuesday afternoon at tho Platts
mouth ball park on Chicago avenue at
4:30 p. m. The second game will be
played at the samo place and hour on
Two hundred dollars has been put
up to go to the winning team, and the
best game ever played here will be
seen. It will be a "warmer" from the
start, and, as the proceeds go to tho
Plattsmouth ball club, our peoplo
ought to turn out and give tho boys a
lift and enjoy a lively and exciting
Tickets 25 cents. Ladies will bo
furnished seats without extra charge.
Remember Tuesdajr and Wednesday
of next week.
KeuKOim Wliy t:liHuiIj-rlin'M Colic. Cholera
aii.l Diarrhoea Keuirdy
lf file lli-Ht.
1. Because it affords almost instant
relief in caso of pain in the storrach,
colic and cholera morbus.
2. Because it is tho only remedy
that never fails in the most severe
casus of dysentery and diarrhoea.
?. Because it is tho only remedy
that will cure chronic di irrhooa.
4. Because it is the only remedy
that will prevent bilious colic
5. Because it is tho only remedy
that will cure epidemical dysentery.
fi. Because if is the only remedy
that can always be depended upon in
cases of cholera infantum.
7. Bccauso it is the most prompt
and most reliable medicine in uso for
8. Because it produces no bad ro
sults. 9. Because it is pleasant and safe
10. Because it has saved tho lives
of more people than any other medi
cine in the world.
The 2o and 5()e s.zos for sale by all
The 1 1 est ICemeily For Itiieumatiimi.
(From the Fairliavcn, N. V.. Register.)
Mr. James Rowland, of this village,
slates that for twenty-five J years his
wife h:.s been a sufferer from rheum
atism. A few nights ago she was in
such jmin that she was nearlv crazy
She sons, Mr. Rowland for the doctor,
but he h id road of Chamberlain's
Pa 11 Bn'iTi and inSlo:t of goiili.r b-r
tho. p;i.v-:;i;tii h. w. ni to 1 hi-More and
Mci:rtd ioulu i-f it liis wife ui
n l iv"v.; of Mr.R wlndspurclia-e
l li s', itit l everth e-i. niplieliho
Bili:i th tu.i.ly i.ud in an hour's
time wa able to go t sleep. Kho now
p.: p' ies it whenever she feels an ache
or a pain nnd finds that it always
gives rnei. ui- 6ays that no medi
cine which she h id used ever did her
as much g cm. Tbf 2-5 and 50 cent
J. - f- ra'r by d ugglsts.
The Nebraska I pworth Attxembly
Wiil be held at Lincoln park, Lin
coin, au. ill. h,vcry i.pwoi im n
should alt- i d. Tho program is equal
to t'l1 le-t of ih 18ii7 Chnutiiuqua
programs Tents miv he rented ut
small expetis-.-. Good b-ialintr. Plenty
ol sn-iue. iii-ounds under po.ico pro
tection day and night. One faro for
the round trip via "the Burlington
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sold everywhere. Made only by gj
and only half the expense
and bother. That's why
thousands of thoughtful,
VAi'ii ' 't vi"yy
thrifty -women use Santa
Claus Soap. They have
learned by practical, thorough
tests that for washday or every-
dav use there is no soao in the
world that nearly equals ft
Company, - Chicago.
SOMETHING ABOUT ALASKA,
Alaska has an extreme length, north
and south, of 1,100 miles, and an ex
treme breadth, east and west, of 800
The total erea of the torritory is es
timated at 577,303 square miles, of
which 27,890 is iusular.
Tho largest river in the territory is
tho Yukon, which is likewise -tho
largest American river llowing into
tho Pacific ocean.
Tho area of tho territory is about
one-sixth of that of the United States.
An Alaskan winter should bo well
studied before anyone cherished the
idea of making a journey thero. The
winter begins about the middle of
September and lasts until May, and
the temperature is often ns much as
from C0 to 70 below zero.
But two steamers will start for the
Alaska gold mines this season and
they must carry all the provisions and
other camp supplies which can bo fur
nished to tho thousands of people who
are now flocking thither from all the
states of the far west and northwest.
Many thousands are rushing overland
to the now mines, which aro 600 miles
overland from Juneau, away north of
Sitka, and that route of GOO miles is
chiefly or wholly uninhabited and
without supplies for emigrants. In
tho faco of these facts thousands aro
madly rushing to tho Alaska minos,
and the suffering there during the
coming winter threatens to bo unex
ampled in tho history of the country.
(enerat IlnrriHon'a Book. i l
The Indianapolis Journal prints this
interesting story concerning ex-President
Harrison's forthcoming book:
"General Harrison has just completed
a revision of his articles which havo
appeared in the Ladies' Home Journal,
making extended notices and addi
tions to them. There is a little story
in connection with both articles and
publication. When the arrangement
for the articles was made with Gen
oral Harrison by Edward W. i3ok,
oditor of the Ladies' Home Journal,
the general was paid for them, with
the undrstaading that when they wero
ptt into book form the magazine was
to share the royalities accruing there
from. Mr. Bok, however, of his own
accord, generously released. General
Harrisou from paying him any royalty,
for tho reason, us he states, that by
the publication of the articles by Gen
eral Harrison the subscription of his
magazine was enlarged many thous
ands. The profits of the Ladies' Home
Journal were more than the publish
ers anticipated, and in view of this
Mr. Bok asks nothing further. Gen
eral Hat risen placed tho disposition of
his book in Mr. Bok's hands. The
best offer came to the editor from the
Scribners, and to them Mr. Bok gave
the book for his distinguished oontri-buto.-.
General Harrison's revision
of the book has just been completed,
and the volume will appear in the
Br. Talmage at Salem Chautauqua.
Dr. T. UeWitt Talmage will preach
and lecture at the Salem Chautauqua,
Sunday, August 8, and Monday. Aug
ust 0 Rev. Sam Small will be pres
ont during the entire assembly and
will dolivcr two sermons and several
new lectures. The Slayton Jubilee
singers, who have been received with
unbounded favor wherever they ap
peared, wiil give daily concerts Aug
9 and 15. Three evenings will be de
voted to the marvelous moving pic
tures. Senator Allen, Mrs. Helen M.
Gougar and a host oT orators, lectur
ers, musicians and mirth-makers will
help make tho Chautauqua a success,
Half rates via the Burlington route
August 7 to 15. Burlington trains land
passengers withiug three minutes
walk of the Chautauqua grounds.
which are the coolest nnd shadiest in
Balliird'n Snow I.lnliix-n t
is a remedy thai wouiu to in every
horn- if all knew what thousands in
alt p irts of the continent h..ve le mod.
'i hose who have used ordinary lini
iiu'nis arc amnzcd nt v hat Snow Lini
ment does an i the apidity with which
it. docs it Cures Lame B ck. Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, cnos, Brui-e
Equally go d fo--Mor.-o,
ton, Texa-, tays:
Anima's. K K.
'Two b, ttlcs of
o.ii.iiiutsimw Uii-iini-nt run d me of
Itlu-umatUm of thr. e moi.ths stand
ing." Whci. I.uyiny rfltnit!- S- i w
f I i 1 - .
L,inim-nt ns no mbstitute. P. ice
-111 Srkl.l lt- L' f I, i .. .
Tickets on sale vu iho popular M.
P. railway to.li points in the south
and west tit one lai c for ih. round trip
plus $2 on tho following dales only
Aug. 3 and 7, Sept. 7 and 21, and Oct
5 and 19. - . .
C. F. STOUTENiiOROUOn, Agent.
KEFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
The good live young.'
Fashion causes more wrinkles than
A new woman always reminds you
of an old joke.
All the world -loves a lover, but
especially the girl.
Lots of women get married be
fore they can afford it.
dream truer than others.
The man who teaches a girl to
smoke cigarettes remembers Eve.
Women are vain naturally; men
are vain because tho wome-n are.
Man's creaturo power is limited by
his passion; women by her love.
A man laughs from a sense of hu
mor; a woman from a sense of duty.
When a man is really in love ev
ery girl's picture looks like one girl.
A man is as poor as he looks; and a
woman as poor as her husband looks.
If women wore trousers their feet
would get bigger and more important
Women always act so surprised the
first time they see a ballot and try to
Most men are lots more innocent
thau they think their wives think
A woman never completely loves a
man unless he is sometimes brutal
Every married man knows a girl
that he thinks he might marry if his
When a man can't go out of the
house for the rain ho can't stay in the
ho uso for the flies.
As soon as a man gets too fat 'and
acts eccentric, he begins to be known
as an "able" man.
Steady Employment and tiood Wages
Can bo had by securing a county
agoncy for some of our standard pub
lications. A very small capital only
is necessary. One of our best sellers
is the Roversible Wall Map of the
U. S. and World Gdx 40 inches in size:
eleven beautiful colors. Should be in
every home. Is necessary to adults as
well as school children, and so cheap
that every family can afford one. Peo
ple buying this are virtually securing
$10 worth of maps for $1.25, -as each
side formerly sold at $5.
IT IS A PHOTOO ItAril OF THE AVOItLD.
One Bide shows a colored map of our
great country, with railroads.
countries, rivers, towns, etc. The
other side shows , an equally elegant
Map of the World, locating all
countries at a glance by help of a
marginal index. It also shows ocean
currents, routes of discoveries, and
accuratelv locates the scenes of all
current events, such as boundary dia
putes, Cuban battles, Armenian mas
sacres, polar expeditions, etc.
On receipt of $1.25 we will send a
sample copy by prepaid express, and
will inform you how to obtain alrial
agency. Uur men clear irom $10 to
$35 weekly after a month's work.
C3TWe also need agents for our flno
line of Subsctiption Books, Atlases,
Rand, McNally & Co.,
1C0-174 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Try tirain-O! Try Urain-Oi
Ask your grocer today to show you
a package of Grain-O, the new food
drink that takes the place of coffee
Tho children may drink it without in
jury as well as the adult. All who try
it, like it. Grain-O hua that rich
seal brown of Mocha or Java, but it is
ma do from pure grain, and the roost
delicate stomach receives it without
distress, i the price of coffee. 15c.
and 25 cts. per package. Sold by all
VlOO Reward lDO,
The readers of this naner will be nlt-ased to
learn that there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional dis
ease, requires a constitutional treatir ent. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internall v. acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength by build
ing up the constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have so much
laitn in its curative powers that tliey oner Une
Hundred Dollars for anv case that it tails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address. F.I. hf.nev &Co.. Toledo! O .
Sold byf Druggists, 75c
Choice Home-Made Itreud.
For nice, sweet, light, Graham, Rye,
Boston Brown or Salt Rising Bread,
also Cakes, Cookies, Doughnuts, etc.,
give us your orders and same will be
delivered at your home or you will
find a good supply at Hatt's market.
Ilhenmatlfttn Cared in lay.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism .'ind
Neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. 1 1 action uixm th 'sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at onco tho cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly bfnefitt, 7-i cents
Sold bv P. O. Fricike Co.. dru-iffistfl
Mr. ('. L. Haslrou-k, si drueirift at
Mention, Mich., savB all of the good
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By virtue of an order ot sale issued by George
F. Houseworth, cleik of thedistrict court within
and for Cass county. Nebraska, and to ine di
rected, I wilt on the 21th day ot July, A. 1.
l!y7, at 11 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south
door of the court house in the city ol Piatts
mouth, in said county sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, the following real
Commencing tifty-tvvo an-1 one-half feet east of
the south-east corner of lot number ttteuty-xx
in section eighteen tl in township twle
(1-) north, ot range fourteen H) in Cass county.
Nebraska, running thence nor fi one hundred
and thirty-tivc feet: thence east rilty-two and one
liaif feet; thence south one hundred and thirty
hvefeet; thence west ri(ty-to and one-half feet to
the place of begining all in t.'ass county, Neb
raska, together with the privileges and appurt
enances thereunto belonging or in aiy wise
appertaining. The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of Mary A. Miller and
Harry L. Miller delenjants to satisfy a judgment
of said court recovered by diaries C I'armele as
receiver ot the Citizens Bank, of t'lattsmoutti,
Nebraska, plaintitt against said defendants.
flattsmouth. Nebraska.June Zi. A. U., w,
Sheriff Cass County. Nebraska.
Notice to redeem and of expiration of time.of re
demption. To whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that on the 4th day of
November. lsi., the following described real
estate situated in Cass county, state of Ne
braska.'was legally sold for tax.es as stated below
to George P. Glazier of Chelsea, Michigan, .to
wit: South-west quarter in section nine, town
ten, range nine east. At time ol purchase ot
said lands tor taxes, thev were taxed or specially
assessed in the name ol W. S. Smith an I now ap
pear by latest tax books or files in the oilice of
the treasurer ot sai-i county to lasl taxed or
specially assessed in the name of W. S. Smith,
also' north half of north-east quarter in section
fourteen, town eleven, range nine, east. At
time ot purchase ot said lands for taxes, they
were taxed or specially assessed in the name ol
M. and L. Larson, and now appear by latest tax
books or tiles in the ofitce ol the treasurer ol
said county to be last taxed or specially assessed
in the name ol M. and I.. Larson. The above
descriptions of lands were sold at public sale by
the treasurer of said county tor the delinquent
taxes due thereon tor the year IslU. The taxes
on certain lands described in one or more certin
catesof said purchase became delinquent for the
tax levied lor the year iw on me norm nan ot
the north-east quarter of section fourteen, town
eleven, range niue, cast, and for the year l!"i and
IWn, on the south-west quarter ol section rune.
town ten, range nine, east, which was also paid
by the aforesaid George P. Glazier and receipts
duly attached to the proper certificate and
thereby became and is a part ol the original
claim of the certificate w herein it is described. Vou
are hereby notified that the time ol redemption ol
the above mentioned tax Certificates will expire
on the 4th day of November, IMS'7. and be subject
to proceedings ot law made ami provided oy me
legal statutes of Nebraska and actiou to recover
bv foreclosure of above lien or liens, the amount
due thereon, together with attorney's fees will
bo commenced, uatea July i,
UEU. f. GLAZIER.
In the county court, Cass county. Nebraska.
In the matter ot the estate of Simeon 1. Long,
Elizabeth Long, Abraham Long, Silas Long,
Rowin Watson. .Long, Grant Irwin Wetenkamp,
Albert Abraham Wetenkamp and all oilier per
sons interested in said matter are hereby notified
that on the loth day of July. Iil7. Kowin Watson
Long tiled a petition in said court alleging
among other things that Simeon I. Long died on
the Kith day of June, A D, lst", leaving no last
will and testament aud possessed of real anil per
sonal estate ot the reasonable value otjis.unt),
and that the above named constitute all the per
sons interested in said matter, and praying for
administration thereof. Vou are hereby notified
that it you fail to appear at said court on the :trd
day of August. Iy, at 9 o'clock a in. and contest
said petit lull, the court will appoint Silas Long or
some other suitable person administrator, and
proceed to a settlement of said estate.
Witness my hand and the seal ot said court, at
Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this, the 13th day of
July A. I)., ls'.C GtOKi.E M. Si-i hlock,
(Seal) County Judge.
I5y virtue of an execution issued by George
F. Houseworth clerk of the district court within
and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to me di
rected. I will on the 31st day of July, A. I).
HW, at 11 o'clock a. m, of said day at the south
door of the court house iu Plattsmouth, in said
county, sell at public auction, to the highest bid
der for cash, the following real estate to-wit:
Lots 11 and 12 fexceDt that Dart deeded to Om
aha Southern Railway company) and lots 1M and
a I. all in Orchard Hill addition. to the citv ot
I'latt-snioiith and the south halt of lot -1 in the
north-west quarter of the south-east quarter of
section Irf, town-diip V2. range 14. all in Cass
county, Nebraska, together with the privileges
and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining. the same being levied
upon and taken as the property of William
Neville. Defendant, to satisly a judgment of said
court recovered by the Hamburger company,
plaintiffs, against Michael McGuire and William
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. June S3, A. I). 17.
Sheriff. Cass countv. Nebraska.
By virtue of an order of the district court ol
Cass county. Nebraska, made in the case ol Ida
M. Adams, plaintitt, vs. Isabella Fornytli. Jaeob
Forsyth, A. C. Adams and Max LeKoy Keeler,
defendants, then and there pending, on the Hth
day of June A. I)., IW7, and directed to the un
dersigned as referees in partition in said suit,
commanding us to sell the north one half of tiie
southwest quarter ot section twenty-six (tH and
the northeast quarter of section twenty-seven -7
all in township ten ( 10) range nine (y) east of the
lith 1. M., in Cass county. Nebraska, we wid sell
said property on the 7th dav of August. A. 1).,
lM'T at the south Iront door of the court house at
Flattsmouth. Nebraska, at eleven (II) o'clock
a. m. of said day, said sale to remain open one
hour. Said property being sold as the propertv
of Ida M. Adams. Isabella Forsyth and Max I.e
Koy Kecfer. Said land will be sold at said tune
and place to the highest bidder, either for casli
or for one-fourth cash down and the balance in
three equal payments, payable in one. two and
three years respectively, from date of sale, de
ferred payments to bear per cent interest and
to le secured by a lirst mortgage on said land.
SAWl tL W'KSTLAKE.
Henry Snoke, Jr.,
John J. Ahams,
Mockett & Folk. Attorneys.
Sol ice of Sale.
In the district court of Cass county, Nebraska.
In the matter ot the estate ot David W . illiher.
Notice is herebv given that m pursuance ot an
order of liasil S. Kanisev. judge of the district
court of Cass county. Nebraska, made on the tit fi
day of February IX'.'V.for the sale ol thereal estate
hereinatter described, there will be sold at th
south front door of the court house in Cass
county, Nebraska, on the 7th day of August. l.s.7.
at II o clocK a, m.oi saiu nay, at puouc ven
due for cash, the following described real estate.
to-wit: The south one-hall ol lot rive (-i), in the
south-west quarter of the south-east quar
ter of section twenty (Jl). town
ship twelve (12), range nine 1, east of the sixth
P. St. containing live acres; the south one-half of
the southeast quarter ami the south twenty acres
ot the north one-half of the southeast quarter, in
section thirty-three lt. township twelve 121.
range nine 9J. east of the rith 1'. M.. all in Cass
county. Nebraska. This sale i made subject to
twocertain mortgages upon said premises.
Said sale shall remain open one hour.
Dated this Cth day of July. 17.
Mason E. Mii.lfk,
Administrator of the estate ot David W. Miller,
C.S. Polk. Attorney for F.state.
In county court, Cass county. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate of Samuel A. Hol
Mrs. Fannie Appleton Lowell, Mrs Julia II.
Additon and all other persons inic-rested in said
matter afe he ebv notified that on the 1 tih dav of
July, IM'J. K. D. Windham tiled, in said court a
duly authenticated copy of the last wiil of the
said Samuel A. llolbrook, together with the pro bate
thereof, by the probate court of Cumberland
county. Maine, together with his petition, alleg
ing among other things that Samuel A. llol
brook died on the IMth day of August. A. D.
leaving a last will and tes'ame it and possessed
of real estate situated in the countv id Cass anil
state of Nebraska, valued at i'.i.noo. and that the
above named constitute all the persons interested
in the estate of said deceased, aud praying that
said w.ll may be probated, allowed, hied and re
corded and that administration be granted there
under in this state. Vou are hereby notified that
if vou fail to appear at said court on the l' h day
ol August. A. I . isttr, at 2 o'clock p. m. to con
test the probate of said will, the court mav a'low
and probate said ill and grant administration
to William l Lowell, or sonir! other suitable
person, and proceed to a settlement thereof
Witness my hand and the sea! of said court
at Plattsmouth. Nebra- ka. this, the 7th day
of July, A. D. 1XV7.
George M. Si-l-ruk k.
iSeal County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nfhraska, ... . ..
County of Cass. ) s"'- ! Lounty Court.
In the matter ot the estate of Susanna Thoma?,
Notice is hereby Riven that the creditors of sai-i
deceased u ill meet the ad;nini-l rafor with wilt
annexed of said estate, before mc. County ludiie
of Cass ountv, Nebraska, at the county court
room in Plattsmouth in said County, on theiSd
d.i5 of August. A. I). ISiir. on the 23d day of Oc
tober,l;i7.and on the day of Fet)Miary.I&h,at
U o'clock a.m. each day for the purpose of present
ing their claims for c:ainination,adjustment and
allowance. Smx mo'i'hs are a1 lowed for the credi
tors of said d-?cea- ed to present the r claims and
one rear lor the a liuiis'ra'or with ill annexed
to settle said estate. fro:n the T-iril da. of Aug
ust. M7 i
This notice shall be published in . the ?enii
Weekly News-Herald for four weeks successively,
prior to the iJd day of August, lfW.
Witness my hand and seal o! said county Court
at l'lattsmouth. Nebraska, this 27th day of
(cal) Oeokue M. Spurlock,
By virtue M an ex. cution issued bv George
F. Houseworth, clerk of district court within and
for Cass county, Nebraska, and to nie directed, 1
wiil on the -th day of August A. D. 1W7. at It
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the south door of the
court houe in the city of l'lattsmouth, in said,
county, soil at public auction, to the highest bid
der tor cash, the following real estate to-wit:
The west half of the tiorth-east quarter of sec
tion lb. town 1 1, range 10. The south-east quar
ter of section iJ, town 11. range U, also the east
halt o the south-west quarter of section IX town
11. range 9. all in Cass countv, Nebraska, to
gether with the privileges and appurtenances
tiiereuuto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
The same being levied upon and taken as the
property of Harvey R. Waldron, defendant, to
satisly a judgment of said court recovered by the
Bank of Kagie, plaintitt, against 1'. b. and H. R.
l'laitsmouth. Nebraska. July 27th A. D.. ISfT.
Sheriff, Cass countv. Nebraska.
C. S. I'uLK. Attorney for I'laintiM.
In countv court. Cass county, Nebraska. In
the matter of the estate ot William W. Conn, de
ceased. Sarah Jane Clapp, Elizabeth A. Abbott,
William M. Conn, Sena James, and all other
persons interested in said matter, are hereby
notified that on the Hth flay of July A. D. L.7,
John F. I'olk filed a petition in said county court
praviug that his final administration account
l:ed herein be settled and allowed and that he be
discharged Jrom his trust as administrator,
and that if you fail to appear belore said court
on the Hth day of August, 1S-.it, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
anil contest said petition, the court may grunt
the praver of said petition and make such other
and lurther orders. allowances and decrees as to
this court may seem proper, to the end that all
matters pertaining to said estate may be finally
settled and determined.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court at i'lattsinoiitli, Nebraska, this, the -7th day
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