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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1904)
Notice of Adoption.
In th Couutj tan of C County. Nftr.
In Uit trmu ft tin- adoption of UhtIoo Kml
ly Powt-ll. a run rliilil.
All prrwiiiH lulertsaUtd will take notlif that
on Uif Juiii Oay of July. A. l liH. Ktlwartl h.
Ilimfnrk.w and wif, JJyrtl Ui-KM-ntlnir. ttlrd
tliflr p-titlin for Mm- adojjLhia of aiiiil Marion
fcnilly I'cwcll and that on the hut day tin
Child Savlnn ImcUuitv of Otuaha, a t'orpira
lion claiming to liv Otv control amlriulu
todlHpoM-of Nidd child, ili-d Ita rvllmiuUli
Dicul and ronto'iit to tlx- yroiiocd adoption of
lh wild Marion hmlly I'owt'll by the Mtlil Kil
ward f llevmwltow aud Myrtle Urvnllow ;
tbat mild niatUT will W heard liy tlit' county
court at Hit.' court rmau ia said county on the
Wlh day of Scpti iuUt. 114. at 10 o'clm-k a. ni..
at which time and place ohjoctltuifc to said
proposed udoulon will tx' hcurd.
It Is f urtlii r ordered Hut mtvIcp of lliin no
tice U- had liy pulillcaUon in the I'littlMuouth
Journal, a ih-whimht printed and pulllht-d
in said county. ly nulilliatlon of this order
once In each week for four 8uccclve weeks.
Witness my hand aud ofUclul will this 'Jmh
day of July. A. 1). lu4.
Ickai.) IUhvky 1. Tim vis.
H 4-t4 County Judiiu.
TN TIlKColNTV Ci HUTOl' ( ASS ColN
ty. Nehniska. lu the niatter of the i Mule
of t tto . lMMk!ui'er. deceased.
All persons' Interested in said estate are
hereliy ni'lilied that a nctitloti has liirn tiled
lu sahi court alleuitu; tlml mild di ascd
left no last will anil testament, and praying
for ailtidid-trallon upon said estate, and that
a heariiiL' he hail upon said prtitlnii hefore
sulci court on the ttli day of August, A. H..
IWi. at II o'clock a. in., llmt If they fail to
appear in said court on said day to
contest the said petition lln url may
Kraut and Issue letters of ailudnistrat Un to
Wesley llnokmc)cr or some other suitable
person and proceed to a sell lenient of said
W itiicss my hand ami the s al of tills court
this IHth day of July. I:n4.
Iskai-I llAUVKY 1). TllAVK
7-.l-;i County Juith'e.
Notice to Creditors.
In the matter of the estate of Anton Henry
Notice Is hereby ttlven that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of
wild estate, before me. county Judtfe of Cass
county. Nebraska, at the iDiint v court nm
In I'lattstiioutli.in said county. on the l.'ith day
of Am:ust. IK'l.and on the lMliilay of Keliruary.
lMtij. at ill o'clock a. m. each day. for the pur
pose of presenllii).' their claims for evanilna
tlon adjustment ami allowance.
Six mouths are iillnntit for the creditors of
said deceased to present t heir claims, and one
year for the administrator to settle said es
tate, from the '.'ml day of Jul. lUH.
W itness mv hand and seal of said nuintv
court, at I'la'tsinoutli. Nebraska, this 14tli
day of July. '.W4.
V-il-4 II aiivey T). TnAvis.
ska I. County Jude.
To Henrietta It. Wolcott. I.loyd Wolrott
ami .leannette 'leecanlen. anil to all other
ner-ons Interested : Von anil each of ynu are
hereby not Hied t hat on the I It h day of July.
I!i4. Isaac W. Teejiarden as ailmluist ralor of
the estate of C'reeda A. Wolcott. deceased,
tiled Ills li mi I account anil petit Ion for the al
lowance thereof and for the ii-Mirnmrnt of
the residue of t he estate, real and personal, of
said ileceiiM'd. In the county court of Cass
county. Nebraska That the said court, on
the 1 Ith day of July. HOI. lived the ."ith (lay of
Almost. I',1 1, at II o'clock a. in., and the coun
ty court room in the court house in I'latts
inotith. Cass coiiiilv. Nebraska, as the time
aud plai'e for liearliiL' said petition, and ad
just Int.' and iilUmini: said account. The said
pet ll loner claims that thcaliovc named Hen
rietta II. Wolcott. I.loyd . Woli oll and Jean
ette Tccpirdon are the sole and only heirs at
law of said deceased, and tliev alone are en
titled to receive the residue of said estate. If
you fail to appear iu said time and place and
object to said account and to the assignment
of the residue "f the estate real and rsiiial
of said deceased to the said Henrietta II. Wol
cott. I.loyd I'. Wolcott and .leanetle Tcii-'nr-den.
said ai'court will la- allowed and such as
signment of said estate made.
Ily the Court.
IIahvey I Tiiavis.
2st4 County .ludrfe.
Ity virtue of an order of sale. Issued by
James Uol rt-viii. clerk of the Klsirlct Court,
within and for Cass County, Neoraska. anil to
me directed. I will on the
22d Day of August, A. D. 1904,
at 2 o'clock p. tn. of said day. tit the south
soul li door of the court house In the city of
l'lattstnoiitli. in said county, sell at nubile
auction, to the hluhcst bidder for cash, the
folloiAlir.' real estate, to-wlt:
liOtsTlireeCU. l'our(4i. l ive (a), and Six (U.
In llliK'k Four (4i. Youiik and Hays' addition
to I'lattsmniitli. in Cass county. Nebraska, to
Ifethcr with the privileges anil appurtenances
thereunto iH lontiiiiK or In anywise appertain
iiiK. The same helm; levied uis m and taken
as the property of .Martini .). I'etcrscii, John
C. I'etersen. John Larson. Art K. Alexander,
mid liuth Merrlani. defendants, to satisfy it
hidtfineiit of said Court ri vered liy the
County of Cass, plaintiff, niralust said de
fendants. I'lattsinoiitli. Nebraska. Julv 21st. A. I.
Unit. JOHN II. McKKIHK.
Sheriff. Cass County. Nebraska.
JrssF I.. Hiht. 2H'-j
Notice of Attacf)meat
l.rLUR COVl.K. alia llaltb Mall, will
te notlisn. tiiaton tbei'nd day of Juim. IMX.
M. AMirr. a Jutlif of Ibr peace of Caka couu
ty. Netiranka Imued an onler of attachment
for Ums auni of tVfu, In an action prndlim lw
fur lilm. wherein WoiiK H. KKenbericrr U
plaintiff, and Ulllrloyl. alia. lUttlf Hall,
drfetwianL tlial proia'riy of defendant. dn
iMliiit of houwliold if shn han teen attach
ed under aaid onler. sahi cuM wai contin
ued to the Ctth day of August, lux. at nine
o'clock a. in. LoriH li. KomiiilHoKK.
M 4 . Plainllff.
Notice of Attachment
LILI.IR CUYI.F. alius llattle Mall, will
take notice, that mi the jtli day of June. 1W4.
M. Ari'lier. a lustlceof tlie iM'aceof Cassiouii-
ty. Nebraska, issiusl an onler of mtachmciil
for llH'kUtuof Jli.ul. n an action peiidliiK Is--
fore hi ni. a herein Kd F'i;enlsri!er is plalntliT.
and l.illle ( oykv. alias llattle Hall, defendant,
that protM'rty of defendant, consisting of
houM'iiolil KiHidh has Ihh'U altacliist iiudi-rsaid
order. Said cause was continued to the l'7th
lay of August, V.nH, at nlneo'chs'k a. in.
Notice of (Ittachnjerjt.
f. H.I.IK COVI.K. alias llattle Hall, will
take notice, that on the 2d day of June. I'.id.
M. Archer, a justice of the peace of Cas
onntv. Nebraska, issued in order of attach
ment for the sum of s In an action liend
ug liefore him. wherein hd lKuiat Is plalniilT.
ami t.iliie C'oyle, alias llattle Hall defendant.
that pronert v of ilel'c miaul, consist Iiil' of
liousehold iroods has Ihsui attached umlersaid
order. Said cause was continued to the 2tilh
day of August. I'.'id. at nlueo'ciis-k a. in.
In Hon t.
SHERIFF 'S SALE.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued by
James ltolicrtsoii. clerk of the I list rid court
within and for Cass county, Nebraska, and to
nie directed. I will, on the
22d Day of August, A. D. 1904,
at 2 o'clock p. in. of said day. at the south
door of the court house. In thu city of I'latls
mouth. in said counly. sell at publli' auction
to the hluhcst bidder, for cash, the followlnn
real estate, to-wlt :
Uitstlne (I). Two -. Three CI). In Blis'k
Twenty-three i:i. Also l'ts Ten ihn. Kiev
en (Hi, and Twelve (121. in Block K.litht tsi.
All In the City of I'lattsmouth. In the County
of Cuss, stale of Nebraska, toiret her with the
privileges and appurtenances thereunto ts-
lonnlnii or in anywise npiieriniuiiiK, e
umi' Isdiiir levied uuon and taken as the
property of llenrv II. tierlnit. defeiidniit. to
satisfy ii JtidKineiit of said court recovered by
the County ot lass, piaiuiiu. anaiusi mu ur
fendant. I'liiltsinouth, Neliraska. July '.'1st, A. I,
ii.ii JOHN ll. NlcllillliK.
Plierlff. Cass County. Nebraska.
.Irssr u Id hit, ,
In thf Cnt'NTV CofiiT or
IAS8 ClH'NTY. NmiMSKA.
K (1 HoVKV A SON. aCo-I'iirtnerdilpcon
'pi'tedof lieirm' K. Iovey. et ill. I'liilntHT.
W. .1. 1IK.SSEB, first wit namo unknnwn, lx
i'...t...u...l l.u l.hiUnluniirni'P III sail Is
I imer mill wj - -
sued to me bv lion II. 1 1. Travis. ( ounty
t at... .,tu i.f fukM (if llirtil-
kii.uinlifr:tbtlytfJuiy. r.if. I will t'
1M ll litv tT A uiriiM. ie. r
tlit ItitV rr-ltli'tn'i' 'f nofmin;nil. J-
ii ..iv... ..1.. iniliMi uuiMliin. In till'
lirwri oil r i"r un- i
Iiluliest bidder for cash, the personal iMs rty
by meMitiicliedlnthe almvu case, devrlls d
an roiiows: ... I
i. it. .11... k,,..ii,fi.if nreil bv the RVCCl
i mi' III 'iii , ,.11
..i... i... ve...L. ii. i v rMnioii si., f hlcaiio.
mnr mill "i'i .-s ' s
111., mill tln plM attached therein, iilsuit
1-m feet, moisror less, sltuatisl on Ihr nt
west ipmrter of SisMlon 12, Town II. Hanpe 13.
Ill Cass county .enrassa.
.lM. P. Mcllllll'l-
-4-t2 Mierlff of Cass county. Nebraska.
In the County CourU of Cns county. Nf
liiVhe' matter of tlie eslalti of rn-derlck
s ... ... i. i...,..i,v .tlv, n lo nil IHTsons Inter
estisl In said .-slate that the ex.s utor of said
estate has Hied his final rcp"rt ntid w-tltln
for nal settlement of said estate In the
co.intrisnirtof Cassii'illity. .Nebrn.k.1.
A liearlinr will ls had upon said n'tl Ion In
Hie county court hun at I'lalts.nont h. N-;
...... l . .... il... I 'ih ibiv of Auk'nst, l'4. lit I
o'cl.- k p. m. I' A'ivi v It Tim vi.
srO !t. ( oubtj .ha te.
Special Coi i espondeiice.
Miss Llnt'liack, of Wet'pinit Wator,
spont Sunday with Mrs. (i. liuss.
Jolin Kuheantl Jtilm Nutzman left
for St. Loiils Tuesday.
IIov. J. (i. llfiinctt left for Crete
Fred 1 umkak and family arrived
from Neliraska City last week and are
occupying the Clark property in the
north part of town.
R. T. Jones lias disposed of his harder
shop to a party from the western part
of tlie state.
Joseph Zimniererand family enjoyed
a visit from Lorton relatives last Sunday.
A number of Avoca people expect to
attend the Woodman picnic at Dun
har August 11.
Master Herman Utilise was anions
the sick the latter part of the week.
Miss Julia .Nutman is home from
her St. Lmils trip.
K. T. Jones is visiting Ids parents at
Irwin J'appe, one of our substantial
farmers, was amonn the lucky ones to
draw land at llonesteel, his number
Mrs. L. W. l''ahnestock is visitinj;
Kansas City relatives.
A. Marshall and Ilert Cntfli.er of
Wecpinn Water had business here
Miss liirdie I'alniestock is enjoyim:
a visit from a lady friend of Syracuse.
Fred Iunkak who recently pur
chased tlie livery l ain of I. J. Meyers,
took charge of tlie same Monday.
Kichard Fleshman made a trip to
Ora E. Copes was at Weeping Wa
ter Monday evening.
John Wilkinson had business at
Mr. Sales of Weeping Water visited
Avoca Monday evening.
Mrs. G. O. Harmon is on the sick
C. L Pittman left Tuesday for Fre
Joseph IJehrns, living east of town,
is under Ir. Davison's care.
Threshing has beun with full speed
In this locality. The grain is not very
good. Wheat will average from 4 to
13 bushels to the acre, and oats from
15 to 2.1.
Tim Sullivan of Havelock visited
relatives in this neighborhood Friday
William Puis and Herman (ianse
mer were among the rialtsmouth vis
The home of Mr.-and Mrs. Mike
Swartztlsher was the Bcenc of quite a
gathering of friends and relativesSun
A nice little dance was'given at the
barn of Mr. and Mrs. John Urlsh Sat
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cathcy made a
bdslness trip to Weeping Water Mon
Mrs, Mary lavis and son, Karl, of
Weeping Water, stopped In Maple
Misses Annie and Laura Puis were
Murray visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Treitcli visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Read llayden llro'sad in this paper
A Summer Cold.
A summer cold Is not only annoying
but if not relieved pneumonia w ill be
the probable result by fall. One Min
ute Cough Cure clears the phclgm,
draws out the Inflamutlon, heals and
sooths and strengthens the lungs and
bnnlchlal tubes. One Minute Cougl
Cure Is an Ideal remedy for the child
ren. It Is pleasant to the taste and
perfectly harmless. A certain cure
for croup, cough and cold. Sold by t
r,. Frick ' vV C .
-Fpdil cprrvniniiarM. .
James Harneand wife have return
ed from their vikii to Kniikiw.
Miss Sawyer of Greenwood kpeot
Sunday with Miss Agnes Kennedy.
Mrs. Meek lavl8of Weeping Water
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Min-ford.
While Mrs. Will Crosser was decoyed
Into a buwgy ride a numtx-r of tier
friends guiltily gathered at her home
and gave her a royal surprise. The
evening was spent with games and
music, and dainty refreshments were
served and at a late hour the guests
departed. Those present were Messrs.
and Mesdames Klarenee, Smith, Min-
ford, Hrendle, Carl, Tigner, Mclan-
iels, Churchill, F.dmunds, Martin,
Holmes, Roberts; Krnest Carroll, Win
lirown, Lee Nichols; Misses Nellie
Creamer, Hobbings, Kit a Nichols,
Myrtle Thacker. Pearl P.urdick.
The many friends of James Man
ners will no doubt be sorry to learn
that his physicians advise an opera
t ion fur appcudicit is.
I. M. Leek Sundayed wilh his lam-
Homer Miller carried Hit- mail the
latter part of Hie week owing to the
illness of the regular carrier, James
Miss Myrtle Thacker is spending the
week with Mrs. Nick Klarenee.
Fleming and Hugh Kobb spent Sun
day at home.
Mrs. Mira McDonald and Mrs. Al
Kennedy spent one day in Omaha this
The dance given Saturday night
proved a success.
A Perfect Painless Pill
is the one, that w illclean.se the system,
set the liver to action, remove tlie
bile, clear the complexion, cure head-
acre and leave a good taste in the
mouth. The famous little pills for do
ing such work pleasantly and effectu
ally are DeWitt's Little Larly Risers.
l!oh Moore, of La Fayette, I ml., says:
'All other pills I have used gripe and
sicken, while DeWitt's Little Karlv
iiisers are simply perfect.'' Sold by
F. i. Fricke - Co.
County Treasurer's Semi-Annual Statement.
From January 7, 1W4, to Juno M), 1W4.
" Reform School
" Insane Hospital
" Inst, for Feeble Minded
' Capitol liulliting
" Live Slock Indemnity.
" School I. ami Principal..
" School Land Inteiest. .
" School Land Lease
Court House Roods. . .
" Soldiers' Relief
" R. M. R. R. Roods. .
I'la! IsiiioiiI b Piecinct I'.onds.
Lonis ille Pn'Cinct Ri dills . . .
Soul li Rend Precinct I'.onds. .
Individual Redcinpt Ions
So:lh Rend "
Kim wood "
M isci'lianeoiis 'oiled ions.
l ee Account
Tnves paid under protest
Total Outstanding Rrh
i r.i -jti
2 11. SI
l ,r.io ini
JS, 14S S!l
ii. IH hi
:'.s, i Ci.o'.i
Trmis- t TrBiw
ferred In i frrr. il lo
I it her
t 'J, 110 OO
I'lotu the Keitlster
Karl Kirkpatrick is stat ion agent at
Rrock, at present.
William Tucker returned from Ok
The funeral of the three-year-old
daughter of otto Ingwersen occurred
from tlit; l 15. church yesterday at
hi::t()a. m. It Is said death resulted
from summer complaint.
Louis Prue of Nebraska Cityarrlved
Tuesday ami commenced the brick
work on the business room of Peter
Opp. It will make quite an important
improvement to tlie village when completed.
Harve Manners, our genial tele
phone man from Murray, was in town
Wednesday, showing olf a new driver,
also getting in line for contracts for a
new farmers' line northeast of town.
He met ith quite an accident in Un
ion Wednesday. lie slipped on a loose
board In the sidewalk and gave his
foot on ugly scratch with bis pole
Elder Keiser brought a freak to our
headquarters one day last week in the
shape of a potato vine. The plant had
tubes growing from the root to almost
the top of the vine. The little pota
toes seemed to vie with each other in
trying to reach the top. Maybe the
Elder is trying to outdo the Weep
lug Water Republican who found ap
ples and blossoms on the same limb
No use to make any new breaks. Ne
hawka will put out more freaks If ne
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all stages.and that
Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure known to tlie medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a con
stitutlonal disease, requires a con
stltutlonal treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rect 'y upon tlie blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giv
log the patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting na
ture In doing Its work. The proprie
tors have so much fallli In Its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, ).
Sold by all Druggists, ".V.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-btlpatlon.
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LICK', County 'PivasuriT,
Cass Cotintv, Ni'lrasUa.
The Burlington's Low Rates to Sum
Go somewhere this summer: if not
to St. Louis then to the mountains,
lakes ami seashore. Examine this
great scheme of vacal ion tours:
Denver, Colotado Sprinus. Pcublo.
Glcnwond Springs, Sail Lake, Rlack
Hills - practically half rates all sum
Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin,
the lake resorts and lake steamer
tours- very favorable rates - stop-overs
at St. Louis on through tickets. See
the grandest creation by the hand of
man. Ask the agent for full details, or
write L. W. WAKKLEY,
General Passenger Agent, Omaha.
World's Fair Rates to St. Louis
Via Rurlington Route.
Tickets to St. Louis and return
Good tiftecn days, i:i.o.
(iood sixty days. $1.7. :d.
Good all summer, K40.
For full information about train ser
vice and other details see the ticket
Tlie St. Louis Ex posit ion -tlie great
est show the world has ever seen -Is
now complete and in harmoniotisopcr-
ation and it will be a lifetime's regret
if you fail to see it.
DeWitt is the Name.
When you go to buy Witch Hazel
Salve look for the name DkWITT on
every box. The pure, unadulterated
Witch Hazel Salve, which is the best
salve in the world for cuts, burns,
bruises, boils eczema and piles. The
popularity of DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, due tolls many cures.has caused
numerous worthless counterfeits to be
placed on the market. The genuine
bears the name of E. C. DcWIttK Co.,
Chicago. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
War on China
THIS mrans jut what we say. ICvcry purr of
I (Jtitvnswaiv in our larjjv slock will In rvtluccil tu
the original cost, ami on main- articles In-low cost.
This line of -roods mut he tnoveil, as we need tin- S
room. The prices we offer will certainly do it.
In Our Grocery
This ( )ld KV-liahle store, as it always has done, stands
readv to offer yon the hest values for the money. ( hir
8 line is certainly one of the most complete to he found x
in Cass County.
H. M. Soennichsen.
Successor to Weckbjdl & CO. Plattsmouth. Neh.
World's Fair Visitors
Will find lirst class accommodations within two blocks of four
dilferent car lines direct to world's fair grounds.
Board and Room $1 per Day or $G per Week
Write and secure rooms before starting or for
any other Information.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Livengoocl
2737 Morgan Street St. Louis, Missouri
Colonel Rixby puts it about right
when he advises that the man who be
lieves that the sympathies of August
ltelmont are wllli the common people
should by all means vote for Parker
aud Davis. News.
Why not add that the man who be
lleves that the sympathies ff the
Rockefellers and the stuid.v.d Oil
company are with the common people
should by all means vote for Teddy
The Williamette Valley of Oregon
Do You Want 4a Farm?
If you do, get yourself in readiness to jjo with a party of home-seekers who will
LEAVE PLATTSMOUTH. NEB.. TUESDAY. AUGUST 16th
IJT'This is one of the finest trips you ecr enjoyed, even if you don't buy
a farm. And when you see this fine country you may he induced to locate in
the Great Williamette Valley, the finest country in all out doors.
Sec and Talk With HENRY DONAT
Remember the Date- Tuesday, August 16th
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