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By H R. NEITZEL.
Murdock, Neb. 'Phone No. 99.
What You Like
When You Like
Hut lt'x)it your money
1 1 ERF,.
It is possible that you
have never felt the abso
lute necessity of having a
bank account. It is prob
able you could drift along
for years without one but
IF YOU EXPECT TO
FORGE TO THE FRONT
in this life in a financial
way it is essential that
you huve u Hank Account.
We give you a personal
invitation to make this bunk
your depository whether
you have, a small sum or a
large one to lay aside for
Bank of Murdock
H. R. NEITZEL, Cashier.
Individual Responsibility Over
Emil Kuehn made a business trip to
Omaha lust Tuesday.
John C. Story and family were Oma
aha visitors Tuecday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rikli were the
guests of L. Neitzel and family last
Harry Tool is out again after several
days illness. You can't keep a good
Misslillio Rornemeier came down L
from University Place last Sunday to I
eat chicken dinner.
Mr. J. Heinz and father from Kuik- i
oils county, are visiting with C. E. J
Mockenhaupt and family.
Miss Mary Schaal, our primary
teacher has been unable to teach this
week on account of sickness.
Miss Bessie Ruell of Chicago Fpcnt
several days this week visiting with
her uncle, George Huoll and family.
Rudolph Hartwig loaded a carload of
household (joods here Monday for Okla
homa, where he ha? purchased land.
C. E. Mockenhaupt wns a Plattt
mouth visitor last Monday to attend a
meeting of the Plattsmouth Telephone
Matthew Thimgan has finished the
residence of W. (). Schewe and E. N.
Green and is putting on the finishing
touches of painting this week.
Announcements have been received
announcing the arrival of Miss Alice
I.ydia Hartung at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul A. Hartung at Greely, Cole.
Sammy Kitts is making the rounds
renewing acquaintances with old friends.
He came down to buy a carload of hor
ses which he will bhip to Calgary, Can
ada. j AlwinJ. Neitzel and family came
down from Havelock to spend Sunday
with his parents. Alwiu intends to go
into the stock raiuing business next
year in the southern part of the state.
The home talent play, "Through
Snow and Sunshine," which was to
have been given at the Woodmen hall
Feb. !Kh has been postponed until
Wednesday, Feb. 17th on account of
the inclemency of the weather.
ning the house through a combination'
and working agreement with the repub
lican minority has been heard, and this '
has led to these democrats being term
ed insurgents. The caucus will attempt
to repress insurgent tactics, and force
th'jsc recalcitrants whose offense seems
to be that they do their own thinking !
to follow the direction of the leaders. '
It is figured that this can be done bv j
making certain matters jxirty questions, j
Whether it is the intention to attempt;
this on c unty option, with th- demo
crats taking theanti side is not definite-i
ly known, hut us the most active men j
are against county option, this infer
ence is being made. -Lincoln Newa. j
a stranger and leave her one-half of his George Meisinger, also a prominent
estate at his death may be corroborat-; farmer near this city. The New3-Her-ed
bj his statements to witnesses, of j ald joins with their mary friends in
his purpose to so do. ' wishing joy to this popular young cou-
The court further says that whether ; pie in their journey through life to-
an oral contract to devise realty shall i gether.
be enforced by specific performance af
ter it has been performed by the plain
tiff, depends upon the facts ar.d cir-1
cumstances in each case. Lincoln
Call and Seethe Piano.
The public is cordially invited to call
at the salts room of the PIatt3mouth
Music Company in the Riley Block south
of the postotTice and see the fine How
ard piano which the News-HeraM will
give awav on the 3d of April. This is
Returns t ron South Dakota.
Joseph Adams residing near Mynard,
who went to South Dakota several days
on a sight seeing trip has returned. He
reports being very favorably impressed
with that section of the country and as
an evidence of his good faith purchased
a quarter section of land as an invest-rcer.t
his attempt to have Rabbi Conn of Oma
ha address the Brotherhcod. Dr. Conn
will speak at the next open meetirg
which will be in the auditorium of the
Presbyterian church the first Sunday
in March. The Rabbi is one of the
most eloquent speakers in the pulpit,
and will speak from the topic "Paren
tal Resposibility." The subject is one
in which young and old are alike interested.
Old Fashioned People.
The Women's Auxilary of St. Luke's
D. Murray was a passenger to Platts
mouth Thursday morning to have some
dental work do.ie.
Chester DclesDenier of Elm wood
spent several days this week with his
uncle Harmond Reck. He departed
Sunday evening for Omaha.
J. A. Davis sawed wood Saturday.
Fritz Tutz and Miss Mata Puis were
Plattsmouth visitors Saturday.
D. Murray was a business visitor in
Weeping Water Saturday.
Steve Beckner and wife of Union
were visiting at the Rusterholtz home
I. M. Davis and family and Ray Da
vis and family spent Saturday at the
J. A. Davis home.
L. C. Murray and family spent Sun
day at the D. Murruy home.
John Durman and wife spent Sunday
with James Tilson and family.
Rev. Brink of Mynard was visiting at
the J. A. Davis home Saturday.
D. Murray and family spent Monday
with L. C. Murray and family.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
A Busy Week in Student Circles-Brief
This has been a busy week in school
circles. With the Aubtirn-Plattsmouth
debate, the address by Prof. Fogg, and
the Lincoln Day programs in all the
rooms in addition to the regular school
work the teachers and students have
had little idle time.
The money cleared by the Christmas
Cantata has been spent for a book case
in which students and teachers refer
ence works are to be kept, nml for ten
framed pictures each 2- by 2S inches,
one for each room in the Central
Building. The pictures selected are
all copies of works of the great mas
ters and will prove of great benefit in
the matter of the proper school set
tings. Beginning with the current quarter
all students above the ourth grade
who make a daily average of 85 per
rent with no grade below 80 in any one
subject will be excused from the regu
lar quarterly examination. The usual
tests will be given from time to time
The students of the Columbian build
ing under the direction of the principal
Miw Hawksworth, have made a collec
. tion of the leading magazines contain
ing articles pertaining to history,
geography, etc., and have formed the
nucleus for a student's! library. A
librarian has these b oks and magazines
in charge and they are loaned out to
the students. The plan is a good one
and shows enterprise on the part of the
school. It is a good plan to have the
teacher supervise the outside reading
of the students.
We regret that every parent and
every teacher in the city was not able
to hear the address of Supt. Davidson
on the Problems of the Public Schools.
This was a most able presentation of a
subject that is of vital interest. We
are sorry that so few of our teachers
availed themselves of the privelege of
hearing the address.
The Commercial and Industrial Ex
hibit purchased last fall for use in the
schools is proving one of the best in
vestments made for some time. It is
arousing a desire for knowledge at the
same time satisfying it to a consider
able extent. Many of the teachers are
using it as a means of doing original
work along hitherto undeveloped lines.
Report of the Plattsmouth City
schools for the month ending Feb. 5,
Mcm'ship. Atfn. Trd. p. c.
IK) 1'iO 10 .9X1
34.8 SJ.5 1 .922
33.9 36 S 3 Ml
41.3 36.3 2 ,P7N
i'ii 34.5 2 .90S
U.9 37.6 3 :0
41.7 43.1 2 .(MS
34.5 31.6 0 .915
41..1 37.5 2 .1)08
37 0 33 4 7 .m
36.0 32.0 4 .9(0
30.3 27. S .S30
30.5 28.1 6 .920
42.4 37.5 0 .H90
rth 42.1 39.6 0 .940
47.8 44 6 7 .933
49.4 44.5 8 .900
45.1 42 2 10 .935
5)1.5 44 9 2 .81
41.5 38 0 .919
27.7 24.5 6 .880
19.0 182 2 .9')
' !93 82 .918
WILL HOLD CAUCUS
Anti-County Option Democrats
Taking Steps to Oppose
The opponents of county option inth-j
house have become alarmed over some
recent developments, and they propose
to make an attempt to find out how the
majority of the democratic majority
stands on the question and ios8ib!y
make apposition to any legislation
against the liquor interests a party
A call was being circulated this morn
ing by Col. Rates, representing the dis
trict composed of Cass and Otoe coun
ties, for a caucus of the house demo
crats at the Lincoln hotel at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening. The object of the
gathering is to find out just where the
majority stands. While there are
number of the members who
not committed definitely one way
the other on the proposition, and
caucus is for the purpose of enabling
those friendly to the liquor interests to
find out where these men stand and who
they are before the matter comes upon
the floor of the house or before it is
definitely decided whether it is best to
choke off who made their fight at the
polls on consideration of this legislation.
Another object of the caucus is to put
a curb and bit upon the independent
democrats in the house who have not
taken kindly to the effort of some of
the members to make everything pos
sible a party issue and line up the house
on partisan lines. Some comment to
the effect that the republicans are run-
an instrument which Mr. Becker has I church will give an old fashioned con
been regularly selling at ;!00, the price ! vert at the home of Mrs. E. W. Cook.
in Omaha being $:!2.". The manufactur- Tuesday evening, February Hi.
Will Hold Anniversary.
The Knights ar.d Ladies of Security
Platte Council No. 372 will hold its thir
teenth anniversary at their lodge rooms
in the Coates block next Monday night.
A strong program is being prepared and
refreshments will be served to the mem
bers and invited guests.
The National officers have been in-
An cx-' vited to be present and the National
Supreme Court Decides Cass
County Case of Interest to
An oral contract made in a dugout in
Cass county, away back in 1871 his
been held valid by the supremo court,
an opinion to that effect having been
handed down late Saturday evening.
As a result of this ruling of the court
Sarah Matlida Peterson will receive
one-half of the large fortune of John H.
Bauer, a pioneer Casa county farmer,
who died several years ago, possessed
of several hundred acres of the richest
and most valuable agricultural land in
eastern Nebraska. The plaintiff in the
case which has ju3t been decided by
the court that Mrs. Peterson, while the
defendants were John Albert Bauer
and his four minor children.
LEFT PKOI'EKTY TO SON.
When John H. Bauer died it was
found that he had left a will by the
terms of which all of his personal pro
perty was left to his son, John Albert
Bauer, who was also given the ufe of
the realty as long as he should live. At
hi3 death it was to le divided equally
between the four children of the son.
Mrs. Peterson at once be?an proceed
ings to have the will net aside and the
case has been fought through the coun
ty court, the district court and has
been twice to the supreme court. One
peculiar feature of the litigation i3
that both of the principal attorneys
who conducted the litigation are now
members of the court of last resort and
could not, therefore, participate in the
proceedings. Judge Fawcett was the
attorney for Mrs. Peterson, while Judge
Root represented John Albert Bauer.
The plaintiff claimed half of the
estate left by decedent and based her
claim upon a contract made between
the elder Bauer and her father tt the
home of the latter in 1871. Plaintiff's
father was a homesteader und in very
humble circumstances. His name was
Nix and with his family he was living
in a rude dugout, while "holding down"
his claim and attempting to wrest from
the soil a living for several small chil
dren, his wife having died the year be
fore. Bauer lived nearby and even at
that time was blessed with more of this
world's goods than most of his neigh
bors possessed. His wife was not in
the best of health and he had no daugh
ter, though he was the father of a son,
the principal defendant in the suit which
has just been decided.
WHEN AGREEMENT WAS MADE.
The testimony which was given in
the trial of the suit was to the effect
that Farmer Bauer called at the dugout
of Homesteader Nix one afternoon in
1871 and proposed to the widower that
the latter allow him, Bauer, to adopt
Nix's nine-year-old daughter, "Tillie."
Three witnesses testified they were pres
ent when the proposition was made
and accepted and the bargain entered
into. Bauer said that he wanted a daugh
ter and if Nix would allow Tille to come,
he would adopt her and leave her half
of his property w hen he died. The girl
went to the Bauer home and lived there
until she was twenty-seven years old.
She was known as Tillie Bauer and was
baptized under that name; in fact she
was always treated as a daughter, was
referred to by Mr. and Mrs. Bauer as
such and was so generally recognized.
SHE PEHI'OUMEI) HER PAKT.
The opinion of the court recites that
the tetimony showed the young woman
to have been faithful and industrious
and to have in every way conducted
herself as a daughter should. It was
also shown that the supposed foster
father had said that she was to have
half of his property at his demise. - She
only left his home when the younger
Bauer returned there with his wife.
She had been an inmate of the house
hold for eighteen years and Bauer rec
ognized her right to leave.
The present suit was brought to com
pel the specific performance of the oral
contract made at the time Bauer wr.s
alleged to have agreed to adopt the
girl and leave her half of his property.
The district court found in favor of the
defendants and ordered the cause dis
missed. This judgment is now reversed
and the case remanded. The supreme
court says that an oral contract to
adopt the daughter of a sti anger and
leave her property by will may be en
forced by specific performance where
she has fully performed her part and
established the agreement by clear and
satisfactory evidence. In such a case,
evidence that a testator had made an
oral contract to adopt the daugther of
ers have been making piar.-os for over i ccllent program ha3 been prepared, and President W. B. Kirkpatrick had Big-
fifty years and the experience gained in
that length of time is embodied in this
fine instrument. Mr. Becker will take
pleasure in ex'iibiting it to anyone call
ing at his store. Never before has a
piano of this grade been offered in nry
a good time is looked for. The adrnis-1 nified his intention of being present,
sion will be 25c, and ail invited to at-; also National Conductor, Mrs. Clark of
tend, nnd all arc requested to dress
old fashioned costumes.
Called to Missouri.
Miss Mable Burch received a telegram
calling her to the bedside of her mother,
who i3 very sick at Hopkins, Mo. and
departed for that place Sunday evening.
Farms For Sale.
I am offering a farm for sale two
miles south-west of Myr.ard at ninety
dollars per acre. Also one " 1-2 miles
south east of Murray. Earl V. Cole.
Mynard, Neb. 71 S
Nebraka City, as well as Hon. John B.
Watson and wife of Nebraska City.
A royal good time is anticipated, and it
is sincerely hoped that none of the
members of the local lodge will miss a
Dr. Conn Coming.
D. C. Morgan, chairman of the com
mittee on speakers of the Presbyterian , good opportunity to meet some of the
Brotherhood, has been successful in ' National officers.
J. P. Jackob?on, of Lcuisvillc was in
the city yesterday to busir.ets matters.
Tuesday afternoon at his office Coun
ty Judge Becson united in marriage
Henry Hirz and Miss Maggie Anna
Meisinger. The groom is a son of Wil
liam Hirz, a prominent farmer of the
county, ana tr.e bride is a tiaugnter o
Order of Heanrg.
State of Nebraska. '
County of Cuss. t
In the matter of the esato of James Skouma!,
Whereas Frances Skoumal. on the 1st day of
February A. 1). lttl'j, Iilrd tier petition in this
court aliening that James Skouma! departed thin
lifo intestate, in Cass County, Nebraska, on or
about theurith day of December A. l. I'JUx. white
an inhabitant and a resident thereof, anil that he
was seized and possessed of Fractional l.otH six
teen and thirty-nine of the south-ea:it quarter of
the nor'.li-wcst quarter, section thirteen, township
twelve, north range thirteen. City of I'lattumoutn.
Cass county. Nebraska, said real estate biing
listed in the ol'ice of the county clerk as lot six
teen, of tho value of one thousand (Sl,0l0.00
dollars, and no more; that the sa d JainesSkounuil
left surviving him as bis sole and only heiisat
law the following named chililien, to-wit: Kofi;
Skoumal. aged nine years, Charles Skoumal. iged
oven yenrs, David Skoumal, aged four years and
Lucille Skoumal, aged two years, and your peti
tioner his widow and that said estate is wholly
exempt from attachment, executiun or other
mesne process and is not liable for tile payment
of the debts of said deceased, if any he lett. and
praying for a hearing upon said petition and that
an order may be entered in this court dispensing
with the regular administration of said estate ami
establishing tho date of the death of said de
ceased, his intestacy and the name of his heirs at
law and for a decree of assignment of said real
estate to the parties entitled thereto.
It i therefore ordered that raid cause be set
for hearing upon the 20th day of February A. D.
liUMat ninco'clock a. m. in the county court room
in the court house in the City of Plattsmouth. in
said county and that all persons interested in said
estate, including the creditors of said deceased, if
any there be, be notitied of tho hearing of said
petition by publication of this order in the Nkws
Hkrai.I), a legal newspaper published in said
county, for three successive weeks prior to said
date of hearing and that if they fail to appear and
contest said petition the court may grant the
order prayed for and enter a decree in accordance
therewith as provided bv law
Dated this 1st day of February, 1909. By the
Byron Clark. Allen J. Beeson.
Attorney. County Judge.
Geo. E. Dovey, President.
F. E. Sciilater, Vice Pres.
II. N. Dovey, Cashier -j-
C. G. Fricke, Ass't Cash. I
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Col'nVo?'!- " County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Martha Julytn, de
ceased. To all person interested:
You are hereby notitied that there has been filed
in this court the petition of F.dward Martin, ad
ministrator of said estate, alleging therein that
this court entered a final decree in said estate on
the 3rd day of January, l'JUH, without legal notice
to the heirs of said estate nor himself as adminis
trator. The prayer of said petition is that said
decree lie set aside and that said administrator tie
allowed to correct an error in his linal report,
showing therein that he has a balance now
amounting to JHW.00.
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had on raid petition liefore this court at the
county court room in the City of Plattsmouth in
said county on the 2tith day of February. Won. at
1" o'clock a. m. That all objections, if any, must
be tiled on or before said day and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court this
22nd day of January, l'.HX). Al.l.KN J. lti:tsnN.
ti-8 Ihkali County Judge.
In County Court.
State of Nebraska, '
C ounty of Cass. I
In the mil ter of the estate of Amelia Hoffman,
To Julius Hoffman and all perrons interest d In
You are hereby notitied that the F.xceutrix of
the estate of Amelia Hotrman, deceased, has filed
in this court her petition, praying therein for a
final settlement of said estate, that her account
be allowed and that the real and ersonal pmiierty
of said estate be assigned to said Kxeeutrix as
provided by the terms and conditions of the will
of said deceased, duly probated and aliowei by
'You an further notified that a hearing will he
had on said petition before this court at the county
court room in the City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska,
on the 2rd day of February, 1909, at ten o'clock
a. m. and that all objections, if any. must be Hied
on or before said day and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of the county
court of Cass county, Nebraska, thit 2lMh day of
January, 1W9. Allen J. Hkkhon.
6-8 skal County Judge
To Llnxy May bee. defendant, take notice that
on the littb day of January. 1909. Martha Maybe,
plaintiff herein. Bled her petition in the District
Court of Cass county. Nebraska, against said de
fendant, tho object and prayer of which is a
divorce from the bonds of matrimony, for the rea
son that the defendant has deserted the plaintiff
for mora than two years last past, and fails and
refused to support plaintiff, and la an habitual
drunkard, and has treated plaintiff with extreme
You are therefore required to answer aaid petl
tion on or before March ' 1909.
By M. Archkr, Martha Maybkk.
hei attorney. plaintiff.
State of Nebraska, J r, .
Countyof Caas. In County Court
In the matter of the estate of Isaac Julyan. de
To all persona Interested:
You are hereby notified that there has been Hied
Transacts a General Banking Business
and Repectfully Solicits a Share
cf Your Patronage.
Interest Paid On Time Deposits.
Wise Talks by the Office Boy
You can take my word for it whatever
a fellow hopes to be.hc will be, unless lie
gets on the wrong car. Whenever I hear
one those worldly wise chaps using that
cxprcsrsion, "Where do I get off?" I
always feel like edging up and saying,
"Put him off at Plattsmouth because he
will then know just where he is going to
get off and we will all know where he is
getting off. We know that he will get
off better than he expected for the
simple reason that we are primed
to the muzzle with new goods and we don't
care how soon the people know it. Times are improving,
business is improving, people are improving, everything
is improving except the weather and you can't improve
that because it isn't made to be bossed. Have you tried
our Plattsmouth brand of M & J coffee? Then you can't
go wrong on. ,
H. M. SOENNICHSEN
MM IIH IHMMM I (
in the court tho account of tho administrator of
said estate arid nis peiitinn for final settlement,
alleging therein among otbi r things that the
heirs of this estate nor himself as ailminmtrator
had no notice of the heariiiK before this court on
the :ird day of January. HO, lit which time final
decree was entered in this estate. The prayer of
said petition is that Kind decree lie set aside an i
his account as (lied heiein lie allowed, ami that he
be discharged an such administrator.
You nro further notified that there will lie a
hearing upon said account and petition liefnrn this
court in the county court nmm in the t'lty i.f
I'lattsmouth in said county, on the th day of
February, l'.Hhl at 111 o'clock a. m. That ull olt
jeclion, if any, must he llld on or before said day
and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court thin
22nd day of January. l'.V.i. Al l KN J. IIi-hhon,
(jy-H ::kai.I County Judge.
In the District Court of the County of Cass,
Daniel Lynn, ct al IMaintilTs. NMer iif
Andrew I.ynn.elal .Defeadanls. H'"'
Notice is hereby given that upon February Dnih
A. D. 19011 at ten o'clock a. m.. al lh south rimr
of the court house in the County nf (', Ne
braska. I will offer at public sale the following
described lands: The southwest quarter, nf the
southwest quarter, lesson lot In the south side
thereof, numbered lot thirty-one (,11) containing
seventy-three (,?U) one hundredth of an acre,
lot eleven fill, in the north-east corner of said
land, being eicupled bv the right-of-way of tho
Missouri 1'acitlc railroad company, there being
about thirty-eight and eighty-one hundredth
CIH.81) acres in the title nf the parties heret".
Also, aub lot five (M being the south ten acres oft
the aorth-west quartern! the south-west quarter,
except lot twelve (12) occupied as railroad right-of-way
off the east end thereof, being about
ninety six one hundredths (.91) nf an acre; also
lot six (H), being the soul h ten u) acres nf the
north-east quarter of the south-west quarter ex
cepting lot thirteen (1.11 off the east end of said
lot six (til. occupied as railroad right-of-way, also,
a lot sometimes called twentv-one 21) and some
times called forty-one (41), being the north ten
acres of the south-east quarter of (he south-west
quarter excepting lot thirty-two, being twenty
one hundredth (.21) of an acre in the south-east
corner therein, being seventy-two feet wide and
extending north one hundred and twenty-five
feet; also, excepting therefrom a part of sub lot
ten (10) off the west end of said ten acre used
as railroad right-of-way: also, the east three
fourths of the south one-fourth of the north-west
quarter of tha aouth-east quarter, helng about
even and one-half acrea, and sometimes known
; as aub lot Ihirty-n'ne 391: the south-west quarter
of the south-east quarter, knownnf sub lot twenty
except a strip of land mm hundred thirty-seven
' any otic half feet l;'7&!, in width from the
southern lioiindary of said tract extending sixty
(ii( rods north nlong tV west lino; also, except
ing a lot commencing at the north-west corner of
said south west quarter of the south-east quarter
running south twenty (LI) rods thenrecast twenty
; (20) nsls thence north twenty rods, thence
west twenty iWl rials to thcpla f beginning all
In Section twenty-throo (ill. Township ten 10
Ni rth IImiiko 'I hirtoon I III!, nil in t'as county. Nc
hranka. This vale is made pursuant loan tinier issued by
the Jiidireof (lie District Court on January UMIi
A D, llio'l. anil at ssid sale sit id property will be
I olfored In its separate tax aulxlivisiona and also
; In gross, and also in severnl subdivision suitable
I for small places; these sultdivlstons will he an-
nniinc.il at inn sale. M. it, miokmakpr '
llyron Clark. Solo Heferee.
John O. Wharton, Attorney, Room 415-Near
York l.ir tlullditig. Omaha. Nebraska.
Ily virtue nf a decree of partition of the Dia
trie! Court of Cas County, Nebraska, entered in
aid Court on the 2!)th day of (tepteasber A. D.
I'aat and an tinier of sale entered in said r un
thertthday of Octolier A. D. IS" in an action
therein pending wherein Ida M. Krampisa fa
plaintiff, ami John It. Krampien and Martba
Krsniplen, his wife, Margie II. (iallup and John
N. (iallup her husband. Sophia U. Krampien I n-
rnmtietent and Conrad Raumgartaer.Uuardiaa of
Sophia M. Krampien. Incompetent and Juliu M
tlagler Mnrtagee are defendant!, ordering and
directing the sale of the following described real
estate situate in Cas County, Nebraska to-wit;
The south half of the north-east quarter
(N. E.'' and the south half(S.'t) of the north
half (N't) of the north-east quarter I N. E.1,) aad
the north half (N. t nf the south-east quarter
(H. K.U) all in section twenty-six, I2) township
twelve (IJ) north of rang ten tlO) east of tho
6th P. M. In Cass county, Nebraska.
NOW THKKKFOKK. I. James Robertson, the
undersigned referee duly appointed by the dis
trict court of Cas county, Nebraska, to make
partition of the lands hereinbefore described will
on the 24th day of February A. D, 1!19 at ten
o'clock In the forenoon of said day at the south
front door of the Conrt House of Cas County
Nebraska, in the city of I'lattsmouth In aaid'
county and state, offer for sale and sell said real
estate above described at public auction to the
highest bidder for rash In satisfy said decree in
partition according to tho term thereof and cost
and accruing costs. Said sale will remain open
one hour. James Kobkrtmon.
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