Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909, October 02, 1900, Image 3
ELUDES THE CONSTABLE Man Charged With Crime Hastardy Kscapes. of He Had a Preliminary Ex.niloat.ioo at Weeping Water Yeaterday aud Hound Over to the District Court Ardell's Case Continued Two Bad Wrecks on the Burlington. From Monday's daily. John Walker was piven a prelimin ary examination before Justice Peck at "Weeping Water yesterday on a charge of bastardy preferred against him by Miss Lillie Parker, and was bound o'ver to toe district court in the eum of $"00. C. S. Polk or thin city represented the complainant. Both parties to the action reside at Avoca. Constable G. D. Quinton took the defendant to Avoca this morning:, wheio he was to furnish a bond for the required amount. It appears that the constable went into a barber shop to ffet shaved, leaving his prisoner standing- outside. When Quinton reappeared his man was gone, ani he at once realized what a serious mistake he had made. Although the officer and several Avoca citizens are making a thorough search of the neighborhood for miles around, at last accounts no trace of Walker has been found. , Wrecks On the Burlington. Tho early morning north bound train on the I'.urllngton, which con nects with No. 5 at PaciGc Junction, was delayed nearly four hours today on account of two wrecks which oc curred on the G, B. & Q. last night They wore freight trains and one of tho wrecks occurred near Afton and the other near Nodaway, la. Very few particulars in regard to the acci dents could be learned today, but it is reported that una was a head end and tho other a rear end collision and that threo men wero killed and several in jured. Ketlres from Newnpaper lliiilnrm. Coroner Gass informs The News that, aftor hearing of the diabolical, dastardly and heathenish conduct of some of the ruftiians in the great state of Colorado, when they deliberately and with malice aforethought did mob, bruise, maltreat and insult Governor lloosovelt next vice president of the United States he has therefore dis posed of all his right, title and inter est in the Plattsmouth Journal and ha9 turned the same over to II. B Groves to "have and to hold," (if he can) and that P. P. Gass aforesaid de nounces all allegiance to the pop or democratic olitical papers, and will vote the straight McKinley-lloosevelt ticket. Ardell Cane Continued. Sheriff Wheeler received a letter from Deputy Sheriff J. J. White of Fresno. Cal., this morning, informing him that Charles Ardcll, the man ar rested here last month and who is wanted at Fresno on the charge of murder, was not tried at the lust term of district court his case having been put over unCTt the next term. Mr. White also sajs that he became aware of a plot formulated by friends of Ar dell to dispose of the state's main wit ness in the case, and he is holding the witness in pending tho trial, whicTS will probably be held next month. Att Engine Wrecked. Tuesday was an unlucky day for Jim Beckner. While ho was movine his threshing outfit from one placo to an other he struck some soft ground near a bridge. His engineer refused to run it across, and Jim put his team in front and asked II. J. Stoll to act as engi neer. Henry complied, and as he turned on tho steam forgot to turn the steering apparatus, and in a 6hort time it run off tho side of tho bridge and fell in the gutter five feet below. No one was hurt and no serious damage done to the engine. They soon pulled it out and had it running again. Ne- hawka Register. Iatli of -l-l Crabtree. Abel Crabtree of Murray, one of the oldest settlers of Cass county, died Sat urday evening, as a result of a general breaking down of the system, due to old age. Deceased came to this county in the early 50's, and leaves seven children to mourn his demise. The funeral was held thiB afternoon. interment being made in Young's cemetery, near Murray. Was Locked In a Saloon. Policeman Fitzpatrick was called to John Mumm's saloon about 2 o'clock this morning to assist John Boetel in getting out of the placo. Boetel, it ap pears, went to sleep in the rear of the saloon early in the evening, and when the proprietor closed tho place for the night he did not notice the young man's presence. lie awoke shortly after midnight and succeeded in at tracting attention from tho outside by rapping on the window. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Ileadache,Gastralgia,Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion. Mm UV- and ft. Larse size contains 2"- times mall size. Book all about dyspepsia mailed tree Prepared by E. C DcWlTT & CO, Chlcaso. F G PIUCKE & CO. - Tragedy at Beatrice. . The usual Sal. bath quiet of Beatrice was violently disturbed at noon yester day by a shooting affray, with Dr. W. F. Lee and Will Hum, a hackdrlver, ts principals, the latter being shot through the left lung by Lee. - The doctor claims that, be presented Hum a bill for services, and was told that Sunday was not a proper time to col lect bills. The result was a quarrel, during which Ilurn assaulted and choked the doctor, and the latter fired two shots at bis assailant. At last accounts the attending physi cians reported Hum in a sinKing con dition, and, although Lee had furn ished a bond in the sum of $1,000, ho was rearrested last evening. Dr. Leo is one of the best known physiciats in Beatrice. COL. COD V MAKES A SPEECH Tells Kansas l'eople That ' ICoontvelt Is the American Cyclone. Governor Roosevelt, who is "at pres ent making a tour of Kansas is being warmly welcomed at every point where he stops. A dispatch from Junction City, Kan., to tho State Journal gives tho following account of the reception given him at that place by Buffalo B Ill's soldics and Indians: 'When the train arrived at Junction City a great surprise awaited the gov ernor. Drawn up m - line on their horses wero 'Buffalo Bill's' soldiers and Iadians in costume and a largo crowd of people. A dozen or mora of the soldiers were found to have been members of the governor's own regi ment who were with him in Cuba. When the train stopped Colonel Cody, in the picturesoue dress of a pioneer frontiersman, appeared at the rear of the coach and was warmly creeled by tho gpvernor. Aftor Governor lioose- velt had concluded his remarks of a fo.v minutes' duration, he introduced Colonel Cody to the crowd. Colonel Cody said: - . - "'Ladies and Gentlemen: Governor Roosevelt is tho American cyclonc.and I don't wonder that some have taken to their cellars. Tho 'Wild West' is here not to make political speeches. The ticket Governor Roosevelt repre sents is already elocted, and all they have got to do is to show down and take the pot. Everj mile of Kansas has been covered and won with blood. Wo had to expand. Kansas is still ex panding. Ths state was then known as 'Bleeding Kansas.' It is no longer 'Bleeding Kansas.' It is one of the great states of the union.' 'At this point the train moved IT and Colonel Cody's oration was cut short. When he arrived at Iluthison the governor was much worn by his la bors of the day and after a reception and k brief address, retired to rest." An Iiuportaut Ouestlon. The question sometimes arises whether a man is entitled to vote at an election held on the dry preceding tiie twenty-first anniversary of his birth. Blackstonc, in his Commentaries, bonk 1, page 403, says: "Full age in mule or female is twenty-one years, which age is completed on tho aay preceding iho anniversarj7 of a person's birth. who. till that time, is an infant, and eo styled in law." Tho late Chief Jus tice Sharswood,in his edition of Black- stones Commentaries, quotes Chris tian's note on the above a9 follows: "If he is born on tho l(th of February, 1C0.S, he is of age to do any legal act on the morning of the loth of February, 1G20, though ho maj' not have lived twenty -one years by nearly forty-cighl hours. The reason assigned is that in law there is no fraction of a day; and if the birth wero on tho lat second of one day and the act on tho first second of the preceding day twenty-ooe years after, then twenty-one years would bf; complete; and in the law it is the same whether a thing is done upon one mo ment of tho day or another." The same high authority (Sharswocd) adds in a note of his own: "A person is of full ago tho day before the twenty-tirst anniversary of his birthday." A Word to Mothers. Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesi tate to administer Chamberlfid's Cough Remedy. It cont lins no opiato nor narcotic in any form and may bo as confidently given to the "babe as to an adult. The great success that ha? at tended its use in the treatment of colds and croup has won for it the approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands. For sale by all druggists. Kinlnh the Foundation. The brick work on the foundation of the new Methodist church is now com plete. Rev. Asa Sloeth, C. E. Wes cott and G. M. Spurlock, the building committee, have selected John Kjb bins,sr., to superintend the wood work. A carload of lumber is on the ground. and a gang of men are pushing ih work as fast as tho weather will per mit. Fall to Capture Walker. John Walker, tho man who got away from Constable Quinton at Avoca Sat urday, is still at large. A couplj of bloodhounds woro put to work on the case Saturday evening and yosterday morning, but were unable to take the trail of the escaped prisoner. By this time he is probably far away from the sceno of his crime. Kdltor's Awful Plight. F. M. Uiggins, Editor Seneca (Ills.,) News, was filleted for years with Piles that no doctor or remodj" helped until he tried Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, the best in tho world. He writes, two boxes wholly cured him. Infallible for Piles, Cure guaranteed. Only 23c. Sold by F. G. Fricko Si Co., druggist. As usually treated a 6prain will dis able the injured person for 'three' or four weeks, but if Chamberlain's Pain Balm is freely applied a complete euro may be effected in a very few days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism, cuts, bruises and burns, t For sale- by all druggists. IJIG CITY'S SUKKOUNDIXGS ,1'lctnre That Is Visible from the Mew Yorx Life ltatidlnr. Omaha. A writer in yesterday's Omaha News gives an interesting account of the beautiful surroundings which can be seen from the top of ; the New York Life building at that placew As it is interesting reading to people of east ern Nebraska generally, THE News reprints a portion of the. article aa follows: "Nono but those who have entered the elevator of the New York Life building, been whirled upward to the tenth story, and then clambered into the observation tower, can appreciate the delightful scene that surrounds Omaha. "Strange as it may seem, but a very small proportion of the people of this city have availed themselves of this rare treat, yet hundreds from all over the country, who have visited Omaha, are familiar with Omaha's surround ings. This fact recalls what Mr. Lin mger once paid: That the people of Omaha knew too little about Omaha, and too much about eomo other place. "There are few prettier pictures than that w"hich greets the eye of the ob server on this lofty pinnacle. Looking off to the east the first thing to attract attention are the muiky waters of the Missouri, as it wends its way though a country fertile to the very banks. Spanning its bosom aro seen three great steol and. wood structures, the Union Pacific traffic way, the Douglas steel bridge, and the Terminal bridge. All of these cause-ways are alive with activity. There are steam care and puffing engines, street cars, wagons, carriages and pedestrians, each ap parently in a hurry to reach the oppo site 6ide from the starting place. "Just over this bluff range, and a little to the east from where Oreapolis once stood, cm bo seen the blue emoke as it rises from the old river town of 1'latUmouth. Here, too, can be soen tho dim outline of tho Platte river, as it takes its course from tho far west to mingle with tho waters of the Missouri, near Oreapolis. "As ono scans the view in this direc tion, watches the eun glistening on the waters of the rivers, and sees trains of cars as they make their way up along the bank, it is hard to realize the won derful changes that have taken place thoro in the last quarter of a century. In thor-c days the old time sido-wheeler provided the means of transportation. and the river was seldom free from some of tho craft. "To tho north a field-garden is spread out, t-o enchantingly beautiful that the eyes could fiast thereon fur hours without becoming weary. Well laid out farm?, orchnrds laden with ripening fruit, pastures in which feed leek cattle and bloodod horses, well built and neatly painted houses, all sot down there as if by the hand of a magi cian. yet in truth the fruits of energetic men and women Nebraska's kings and - queens." ; , . The Hravery of W onmn. - Was grandly Vhown - by Mrs. John Bowing of Butler, Pa., in a throe years' strugglo with a malignant stomach trouble that caused distress ing attacks of nausea and indigestion. All remedies failed to rolieva her un til fho trind,E!octric Bitters After taking it two months, eho wrote:"I am now wholly cured and. can eat any thing. It is truly a grand tonie for tho-whole system as T gained in weight and feel much Urongor since using it.' It aids digestion, cureB dyspepsia, im proves appetite, gives new life. Only 50o. Guaranteed, at F. G. Fricko & Co's Drug Store. - Kndured Death's Ag-onle. Only a roaring fire enabled J. M. Garrettson, of San Antonio, Tex., to lie down when attacked by Asthma, from which he suffered for years Ho writes his misery was often so grea that it seemed he endured the agonies of death; but Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption wholly cured him. This marvelous medicino is the only known cure for Asthma as well as Con sumption, Coughs and Colds, and all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. : Guaranteed. Trial bottle free at F. G. Fricke &" Co's. Drug Store. Half Kates to St. Lou s. See the St. Louis fair. One fare for the round trip via the Burlington route only $11.50 to St. Louis and return. Tickets on sale September 30 to Oc tober 5, inclusive. Return limit, October 8 For tickets or further information call on nearest agent of the Burlington route, or write to J. Francis, General Passenger Agent, Omaha. "To Have and to Hold" Boautiful hair and skin, use Kirk's Antiseptic Skin, Scalp and Hair tonic. It is a pure, clean, stainless tonic, con4 taining no dye, grease or other delete rious properties. Curos dandruff,stops falling hair and prevents baldness. It strengthens and beautifys the hair and heals and whitens the skin. Sold by Gering Si Co. A I'owilrr Mill Kxplonlon. Removes everything in sight; so do drastic mineral pill?, but both are mighty dangerous. No need to dyna mite your body when Dr. King's New Life Pill do the work so easly and perfectly. Cures Headache, Constipa tion. Only 25 cts. at F. G. Fricke & Co's Drng Store. You may bridle the appetite but you can not bribo the liver to do its work well. "You mus be honest with it, help it along a little now and then with a dose of Herbine, the best regu lator. Price 50 cts. F. G. Fricke & Co. ; " ' ' , A9 an external liniment of most won derful penetrative and curative power, Ballard's Snow Liniment is not equaled by any other in the' world. Price 25c and 60c. F. G. Fricke & Co. H CITY AND COUNTY i SATURDAY". Ed Stone was in town today from Alvo. Earl 'Miller visited ia Omaha this afternoon. . John Barnes of York was a Piatts moutb visitor today. Miss E izabeth Edmunds of Murray was in the city today. Henry Winslow returned to his home at Kenesaw today. Will Seibert of Cedar Creek was & Plattsmouth visitor tcday. W. O. Ogden of Weeping Water was a county seat visitor today. A. S. Will departed this afternoon for his ranch at Akron, Colo. Will Smith and Marion Spangler spent the afternoon in Omaha. Attorney A. J. Graves made a busi ness trip to Omaha this morning. A. L. Munger of Council Bluffs was a business visitor in the city today. Sheriff Wheeler returned from his trip to Avoca and Eagle this morning. Nick Halmas came in from Weeping Water this morning to look after some business matters. AIT Tucker and wife and Burt Tucker, from near Nehawka, rere county seat vieitors today. O. M. Streight : went over to Red Oak today to negotiate for the pur chase of a fine team of horses. William Neville, jr., who has been working for the Burlington out at Al liance, returned home yesterday. The meeting of the Mozart club will be held at the home of Miss Kittie Cummins Monday evening, October 1, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. William Stewart and twodaugh ters of May wood are in the city for a visit with the former's father, W. II. Newell, and family. Mss Fern Miller.one of the teachers in tho local schools, went over to Hills dale, Ia., this morning to spend Sun day with her parents. George Ballanco and family of Have lock, who have been visiting with rela tives in the city for a week past, re turned home this morning. George Meisinger and George Weyrich of Pekin, 111., who have been visiting in this county for some time, departed for home this morning. Mrs. Kate Sandall of Lead, S. D., who has been visiting in the city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hem pel, departed today for her home. John Kuhney has returned from his trip to the Black Hills. While there he met quite a number of former Plattsmouth people. He looked around for a location, but as yet has not de cided what he will do. The cn test at Murray-last evening for the gold medal was attei dod by a la"go ciowd. Those competing for the prizj were Roy Yonng, Mr. Burger, Elizabeth Craig and Grace McDonald of Murray; Miss Shinrock and Miss Hall of Omaha. Miss McDonald won first place and Miss Shinrock second. The former goes to Aurora in Novem ber to compete for the diamond medal. In presenting the medal to the winner, Mrs. Shinrock made a neat little ppe ch. The judges were Mr. Garvin, Dr. Svtrartz and Mr. Fling of Nebraska City. The music was furnished ty Misses L;llian Ktuble.Florence White and Messrs. Hilt Wescott and J. G. Koch of this city. MONDAY. Mrs. Val Burkel visited in Omaha this afternoon. L. A. Moore made a trip to the metropolis today. Mrs. B. M. Stoutenborough was an Omaha visitor today. A. L. Cox, the Mynard merchant,was in town today on business. Commissioner Turner Zinkcim-jin from Wabash this morning. D. O. Dwyer left this afternocn on a business trip to the state capital. J. IL and G. C Tarpenning of South Bend were county seat visitors today. Miss Byrd Bakerone of the teachers in the local schools, spent Sunday at Council Bluffs. Roy Dodge returned to Omaha this morning, after spending Sunday with his parents in this city. W(n)DDptf (2(1 TMdd Get fat ; get nice and plump ; there is safety in plumpness. Summer has tried your food-works; winter is coming to try your breath mill. Fall is the time to brace yourself. But weather is tricky; look out ! Look out for colds espec ially. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest of helps, It is food, the easiest food in the world ; it is more than food , it helps you digest your food, and get more nutri ment from it. Don't get thin, there is safety in plumpness. Man woman and child. If you have not tried It. send for free sample Its agreeable taste will surprise you. SCOTT & BOWMB, Chemists. 409 Pearl Street, New York. WONDERFUL CCKK OF DIARRHOEA. A Prominent Virginia Editor Had Almost Given Up. But Was Brought Back to Per fect Health By Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy Read His Edi torial. From the Times Hillstille. Va. I feuffercd from diarrhoea for a iong time aud thought I was pa-t being cured. I had spent much t me and money at.d suffered to much mi-ery that I had almoet decided to give up all hopes of recovery and await the re suit, but noticing the ad vert is- inr-nt of Chamberlain' C"li. Ctio'era and Diarrhoea RmeJy .nd also !um tes timonials stal.ng li-iw oni" wo derful cures had been wrought by this rem edy, T decided to try it. After taking a few doses I was entirely well of that trouble; and I wish to fay further to my readers and fellow-sufferers that I am a hale and hearty man today and feel as well as I ever did in my life. O. R. Moore. Sold by all druggists. John Kuhney made a trip to Omaha on the fast mail. J. M. Ley da was a-business visitor in Omaha this afternoon. Mrs. Kessler and eon, Herman, and daughter, Antonia,bave returned from their visit at Kansas City. Mrs. G. M. Spurlock and son de parted today for Maryvllle, Ma, where they expect to visit for a month. Mrs. U. P. Beach and daughter, Mrs. Anderson, spent Sunday in Omaha with their son aud brother, Will Beach. County Attorney Root wont to Papil lion this morning on business con nected with the Louisville bridge case. Mrs. Marvella Rowland expects to leave this evening for Chicago, where she will resume her studies at the art institute. Charles McBride, who has been do ing some riprapping for the Burling ton at Grand Island, returned home Saturday. M. Fanger, the dry goods dealer, re turned last evening from his trip to New York. While in the oast, he pur chased a large stock of goods. Mrs. Chris Christenson and children of Missouri Valley, I a., spent Sunday with the former's parents and friends in this city, returning home last even ing. Professor Bond, leader of the Ord band, was a visitor in the city yester day. Threo members of the t;d band will assist tho local B. & M. band at the Roosevelt meeting tomorrow night John Mockinhaupt returned yester day from Red Oak, Ia. The Mont gomery county fair was in progress at that place last week and John con ducted a fruit store on the grounds. He reports a good business. A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. Dr. Agnstus Rosrgles, Treasurer of the Greater New York Medical Association, ays," There Is just one scientific compound known as Diamond Digest Tablets which can be relied upon to cure dyspepsia and constipation bo they will stay cured. Posi tively the only advertised dyspepsia remedy ever endorsed by prominent physicians. m. They promptly difrest every particle of food taken Into the stomach, and are positively guaranteed to cure the worst forms of Dyspepnia, Indiges tion, Heartburn, Sour Stomach, and Con stipation, restorlns; the bowels suicl liver to perfectly natural action In two weeks or money refunded, by all druggists. 25 and 60c. DIAMOND DRl'Q CO.,83-88 W.B'way.N. V. PENNY HEADACHE CURE. A truly wonderful discovery containing none of the dangerous drugs found in ALL OTHER headache remedies. One Tablet Cares One horrible Headache la Just One Minute, for only One Cent guaranteed. Ask your Druggist for Strong's Penny 1 Headache Tablet. - - A lot of Atchison men lately robbed themselves by putting a lot of money into a Colorado mine. A man often picks his own pockets. The most dainty and effective pills made are DeWitt's Little Early Risers. They are unequaled for all liver and bowel troubles. Never gripe. P. G. Fricke & Co. For Rent Walker section (No. 16), Mt. Pleasant precinct. For further particulars inquire of Mrs. Emma F. Walker, Plattsmouth, Neb. You can spell it cough, coff, caugh, kauf, kaff, kough or kaugh, but the only harmless remedy that quickly cures it is One Minute Cough Cure. F. G. Fricke & Co. The great success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made it standard over the greater p irt of the civilized world. For sale by all druggists. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the neighbors and frionds f jr the kindness shown us during the illness and death of our beloved baby. Mil. AND MUS. W. II. KINNAMON. Poisonous toadstools resembling mushrooms have caused frequent deaths this year. Do sure to use only the genuine. Observe the same care when, you ask for DeWitt's Witch Hazel salvo There are poisonous counterfeits. DeWitt's is the only original Witch Ilazal " salve. It is a safe and certain cure for piles and. all Bkin diseases. F. G. Fricke & Co. The progressive nations of the world are the great food consuming nations. Good food well digested gives strength. If you cannot digest all you eat, you need Kodol Dyspepsia cure. It digests what you eat. You need not diet your Belf. It contains all of the digestants combined with the best known tonics and reconstructives. It will even digest all classes of foods in a bottle. No other preparation will do this. It instantly relieves and quickly cures all stomach troubles. F. G. Fricke & Co. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Legal Notice. In the district court of Cass county. Nebraska. Lorenzo D. Curtis vs. Joshua Brown. Jaims E. Neal, .J . : .L . 1 . . , - Auaiu LJavis. mc ncira ui cmcr- l vi itipc nn H Katnn viz VVilNan, T rtUIH-fc. Eaton. Mrst William T. Eatou. Simon F. Eaton. Alice Eaton and Frederick Eaton, et al. loshua Brown. lairus E. Neal. Adam Davis. iiliam T. Eaton. Simeon F. Eaton xnd Fred erick Eaton will take notice that on the tth day 01 septemDer, a. u., ivm. Lorenzo u. Lurtis. piaintitf herein, tiled his petition in the district court ot Cass county, Nebraska, against said de fendants, the object and prayer oT which was to quiet the title to the following-described real es tate, to-wit: Lots one (1) and two (2), being the north half oi the northwest quarter, and frac tional lot three (3). all of section four 14. in township ten 110. north of range fourteen 114, east, in Cass county, Nebraska, as against said defendants herein named, by reason of it appear ing 01 record tnat tney. ana eacn 01 mem, claim to nave some-title and hen in and to said real estate, and parts thereof, and that the plaintiff and his grantors have been in the open, actual, notorious, exclusive, adverse, continuous and peaceable possession of said .and for more than ten years prior to the time ol riling his petition, and each of said defendants be forever enjoined from ever having or claiming any right, title or interest, either leeal or eauitable. in or to anv part of said land, and that judgment may be en tered continuing plaintin s title in and to said land, and each and every part thereof, and the same be declared free and clear from all claims held by any of the said defendants, and for equitable relief. . You are required to answer said petition on or before the 39th day of October. A. D.. lnuu. Dated this l:ith day of September. A. !., IS0O. LORENZO D. CUR IIS. Plaintiff. Byron Clark, C. A. Rawls. A. J. Graves, Attorneys for Piaintitf. First pub Sept 18-4 Notice to Creditors. State of Nebraska. Cass County. S In County Court In the matter of the estate of William Wallace Hull, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said deceased will meet the executor of said estate be fore me. county judge of Cass county. Nebraska, at the county court room in Plattsmouth in said county, on the 21Hh day of October, A. I. 1HUO, and on the 1st day of April, I 'Jul, at 9 o'clock a. m., each day for the purpose of presenting their claims for examination, adjustment and allow ance. Six months are allowed for the creditors of said deceased to present their claims and one year for the executor to settle said estate, from the 29th day of September, 1900. Witness my hand the seal of said county court at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 4th day of Sep tember. 1900. ISeal J. E. Douglass, County, Judge, 'irst publication September 4-4. Articles of Incorporation. Notice is hereby given that The Murray State Bank of Murray. Nebraska, has been incorpor ated for the purpose ot transacting a banking business (Commercial) . The authorized capital stock of this corpora tion is Five thousand dollars, fully paid up. The highest indebtedness of this corporation shall not exceed two-thirds of the paid up capital, (Except deposits). This corporation shall begin business on the First dav of September. 1900, and shall terminate on the First day ot September. 19-.M- The principal place of business of this cor poration shall be at Murray in the County ol Cass, State of Nebraska. E. B. Finney, E, Kinney. R. E. Kinney, Incorporators. First publication September 7-4. Notice to Creditors. State of Nebraska Cass County, hss. In County Court. Ia the matter ol the estate of Joshua Gapen de ceased. Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said deceased will meet the administrator ot said es tate, before me, county judge of Cass county, Nebraka, at the county court room in Platts mouth in said county, on the 13th day of Novem ber. A. !.. 190U. and on the lfth day of April. r.ail, at 9 o'clock a 111. each day for the purpose of pre senting their claims for examination, adjustment and allowance. Six months are allowed for the creditors of said deceased to present their claims and one year for the administrator to settle said estate, from the l:ith day of October, 11 0 Witness my hand and seal of said count v court at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 15th dav ot September. 1900. ISeal.J J. E. DOUGLASS, County Judge. First publicat'on September 1S-4 Legal Notice. Beujimin A. Gibson. Clarence E. Tefft. and Carrie It tit, and others interested, are hereby notihtd that on the 19th day of January. 1W. I. the undersigned, purchased at private sale from the county treasuier of Cass county, Nebraska, the following-described real estate, situated iu the city of Weeping Water, in Cass county, Ne braska, namely: Lot number one (1) and lot number two (2). iu block numbered fifty-one (51), which was duly sold and bought (or the delin quent tax ot the year 197, and I hive paid the taxes for the subsequent years ol 189 and lr99. Said real estate was assessed and taxed in the name of It A. Gibson. The time for the re demption of Maid premises will expire on the 19th day of January, 1901. Persons interested will govern them elves accordingly. Dated September slst. 19oa JACOB H. HALDEMAN. Legal Notice. To Elizabeth I Cooper, non-resident defendant: You are hereby notified that the county of Cass, in the state of Nebraska, on the ?4th day of Sep tember. H4J0, tiled its petition in the district court of Cass county against you impleaded with Jacob Vallery, jr., the object and prayer of which petition is to foreclose liens for taxes levied and delinquent for state, county, city and school pur poses for the years in 192 to lt99, inclusive, against lots 5 and A, block 63. Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska, and being as follows: 192, riKKO; ltW), a).9H; 1H94, $ 44; 19:. I-JI.S); 1896. $19.09; l!-7. friO.53; 1X9N, $10.14; 1!99. 20.0. and amounting with interest to date of riling petition to $iV.9-J; to have the Interests of all defendants adjudged junior to plaintiff s lien on said property; to foreclose all defendants of all right of redemption in said property, to sell said property to satisfy said taxes and for equitable relief. You are required to answer said petition on or before Monday, the 5th day of November. A. D , VM0 The Count v or Cass. By its attomey, Jesse L. Root. First pub September 25-4 A BOON TO MANKIND! 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Rankin. E. W. Rankin. Millie I) Mont gomery, Annie r. McMillan, Kate M. Campbell, ean M. Hodgins. Lillie E. Brown. Jesse K. lontgomery and all other persons interested in said matter, take notice that on the irth day ot September. A. D. 1900, Joseph A. Kankln filed a petition in said court, alleging that Thomas Rankin, late of said county, died intestate at Murray, in said countv, on the 7th day of July, A. I). leaving an estate situated in said county, of about the value of Sl.loo. aud praying that Letters of Administration be granted to loseph A. Rankin. Vou and each ol you are notitied that a hearing will be had on said petition at the County Court room iu Platts mouth, in said county, on the -1th day ol Octo ber. A. D., 19U0, at 10 o'clock a. m.. and that it you fail to appear and contest said petition, the prayer thereof may be granted, and Letters ot Administration in said estate issued to Joseph A. Rankin, or some other suitable persou, and proceed to a settlement thereof. Witness my hand and the seal of said court at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this th day of Septem ber. A. D., 1900. J. E. Douglass, t Seal J County Judge, 'irst pub Sept 25 FOR SALE OR TRADE I will sellcheap. or trade for good farm lands, my two-story brick building 100 feet deep: also the two-storv frame dwelling house on Vine street; both properties in riattsmoutn ana in good repair, Mrs. c.nuly Drew, Marcy street, Omaha, Neb. A. 6. Bach & Co., DEALERS IN.... Staple and GROCERIES Fancy Also a Fine Line of Cured Meats and SaUcSaaes Cash paid for Butter and Eggs Piatt a. Phone 23B. Eciiiociats ami llepulilicaiis Claim that unless their favorite candidates are elocted, the country will go to the bow-wows. We don't know about that; but wo Do know that we will sell vou as eood DIlY GOODS and GROCEK1KS for the same amount of money as any re tail house in Cass county. F, S. WHITE, 51S Main St Plattsmouth, Neb If you know anything new call No. 85. CURE WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE! Uorttn Quaaritr. 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