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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1905)
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In tin- County Court of Cass County,
In r- Kstali-of Malrli-k Caii)',M-H- -as.-il.
To Marrar-I I'Kourk. Mnrari-t M.l 'Koiirk.
S.isan CuiiiiIm-II. .Mary Ann Caiupliell. Saint
.los-ili's l iiion. ami all ol lit-r mtsoiis int.-r-.-st-l
In sal'l alov- t'lititl.'il t-slai:
No.-- is li'-ri liy itt-ii that a li'-arin- iimii
llit- linal ai mil of tlie ailmiiiisl rator ami
M tit Ion for (list rilml ion of t lie real ami per
sonal iron-rty. In tin- alve ftititleil estate,
u ill l- liail at my olh.-e in t In-Cll y of I'lat ts
moiitli. Nel.raska. iimiii the "Jl-tilay of Au
irusi. A. I. I'.ni... at in o'i-Im-U a. in.. Iiefore
wlil'-li hour all ol.jei-t ions thereto, if any.
must le lil.-il.
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;;w County Jude.
In the District Court o? Cass County,
State of NcbrcsKa.
l I A .1. WoUTMAN.
The unknown heirs anil
.ievi-ees of Al.HCAM'MC
K l.Mrt:. deceased, et al.
To the unknown heirs ami devisees of Alex
ander leinM-. deceased. .1. .1. Worley. John .1 .
W'orlcy. Sallie II. Ilendsley. James II. Hinds
ley. Klinor llindsley. Art K. Alexander. J. I'.
.Marthis ( tirst name unknown . I A. Martllis
( first name unknow n . Kuhy I liehl. .Marie M.
Shirkey. and Knmia C .Middleswart.
Vim and each of you are herehy notitied
that iimii the lth day of August. A. 1- HHCi.
riaintnr tiled his petition in the district court
of Cass count v. state of Nehraska. to (uiet
his title in anil to the followimr descrilied real
estate. twit : liiivt. lot s in src. 4. pivt. lot !'
ill sec..".. K'iof llir.NK'i and K'i of the SK'
of sec. s. W', of the SW '4 of sec. '.I. the NV'
of the NW'4 : of sis-. i. lot No. I.', a sulxlivisioii
of p'Vt. lot No. - in sec. '.. the SV' of the NV
'4 of sec. all in township TJ. north of range
K. astof thel.th I". .M. in said Cass county:
alleging that he has lieen in the open adverse
.wK...ssi.iiiiifaii saiii lamis for more than in i
vcars prior to the coiiiiin iii-enient of said suit r
and that l.y reason of said adverse possession i
he has lie.-omc fully vested with tin- lei;al till
thereto: and nruvtmr that J. J. Worley and
John .1. Worley Ik? adjudged one and the same.
jhtsou and that Sarali Worley. wife of John J.
W'orlev. has long since departed t his iife: that
Sallie t. Ilarl.ison and Sallie II. Ilendsley Ih
ad judged one and t he same iM-rson : t hat Alex
ander lemH- and his unknown heirs and
devisees lie adiudged to have 110 right,
title or interest in or to the SW', of the
SV' of said sec. !: that Knhy Kiehi. Marie
M. Shirkey and Kmma C. Middleswart are
the sole heirs ami devisees of KuthC. Mer
riam. deceased, who was the sole heir and
devisee of Willard I . Merriam. deceased:
that James II. liimisley and wife. Klinor
lliiulsli-v. intended to convey and did did
...nvcy to convey to wnaiies ionium i
l.v ih. ir.leed of date tec In. Is. is. and record- I
ed in lH.k "K" at paif 477 of deed record of
of said county, all that part of the NK'i of I he
NW' of said sec. '. lying west of the Platte
river: that the plaintiff tc decreed ei-.iitalile
relief and t hat his til le le (jtiicted as against
each and all of these defendants. You are re-
quired to answer said M lit ion on or U-fore close of the institute he has been dlS-S.-nti
mU-r 17th. i: .". or said petition will he I . , j
taken as true. posi ng of accumulated office work and
(H iiA j. W(ii:tman.t j certitcating teachers. Much of the
n. . Pw vm:. AttortK-y. 7-io-n j time he has been assisted by Mrs.
s'l'ATKM KM ( T1IK CMiTIN
PLATTSMOUTH LOAN AND BUILDING
Of riattsmotith. Nebraska.
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RECEIPTS A12 EXPENDITURES
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Per Infants and Children
Th8 Kind You Have Always Bought
THE HOME STRETCH
Corn and all Kinds cf Crops Booming h
; Southeast Nebraska. :
Cutler Wheat and oafs aI'uL all ;
stacked, t Ii rr-! ji tiif in progress; c mi
has i 1 1 very rapidly ari'l looks tine.
"ass- Threshing from shock mostly
finished: eorn earing well with pros
pect r large crop; second crop or clo
ver being cut.
Clay-More than litres-fourths or
small grain in stack or threshed: corn
caring nicely and promises large crop.
Fillmore Nearly all wheat either
stacked or threshed: many oats yet to
stack: corn tine except where damaged
; hy hail.
Gae --Grain about one-half .stacked,
i most of the balance threshed: corn
prospect very yood for large crop
1 1 a in i It on .Nearly
three fou i t hs of
--t stacked,,,, growing ,wy
ni , threat a m hi ii t of plow i n g ( me.
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.Jell ersoii Stack intf aiKjut luiished
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progressing nicely: corn
rowiny fast, very line condition, third
crop of alfalfa beiiitf cut, tfood yield.
Johnson Wheat half to three
fourths threshed, balance stacked:
corn looking line generally but needs
rain in places.
Lancaster Shock threshing nearly
finished except oats in some localities;
corn tfrowiritf finely, late corn needs
Nemaha Only about one-half of the
K'rain threshed; three-quarters of hay
stacked: corn unusually fine.
Nuckolls Little rain stacked;
threshing delayed by rain: wheat and
oats sprouting in shock: corn very tine;
potatties rotting some.
Otoe Three quarters of wheat
threshed from shock; late threshing
damaged some by moisture: corn pro
fusely eared, line prospect.
Pawnee Shocked grain nearly all
threshed, about one-third of grain
stacked: corn growing nicely and in
excellent condition; fall plowing about
Polk Small grain about all stacked
and threshed: corn doing splendidly;
fall plowing progressing nicely: apples
scarce and dropping badly.
Kichardson Threshing from shock
mostly linished, nearly half the grain
stacked: fall plowing well advanced:
corn in excellent condition, some dam
aged by hail.
Saline More than half the wheat
threshed from shock; oats injured
some by wet weather; corn earing well:
prairie hay good.
Saunders Corn growing but needs
rain, iaie corn especially: some piow-
i j. ar,,0 npr t.pnf nf iTain
none. IIOL iarj.C ptr CCIU Ol t,rllll
Seward Threshing progressing nice
ly; potato digging and fall alowing be
gun: three-fourths of small grain in
stack: corn doing finely.
Thayer Threshing from shock is
mostly done: work delayed and some
grain damaged by rain: corn unusually
go-id; fall plowing well begun.
York Shock threshing about Un
islu-d: about half the wheat in stack: i date of which the legislature was con
oats not an average crop: corn making ce,-ned. The biennial bill did provide
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rdllK -UJH III
A Very Busy Official. i
These are busy days for County Su- j
perintendent Wortman. Since the !
Wortman in this. He informs the
Journal that more than fifty teachers
have received certiticats during the
past week. The supply of teachers in
our own county is this year for the-
tirst time in r, years is sufficient for the I
! demand. Mr. Wortman attributes
this to the fact that many boards have j
kept their old teachers by properly re- j
warditig their services and who other
wise might have left the profession.
Fewer have dropped out this yearthan j
s i for some time. The law authorizes Newton's successor. Pickel. until next
k:: Tji the superintendent to withhold certi-i year, thereby adding a year to his
irr; ! ticates fn.m those not attending the j term, if construed as its framers in
! institute and this is being done this 1 tended it to he.
year, xr.e boarn cannot contract witn
any person but those legally -qualified
by the superintendent. This is also ,
protection to our home products, and , James ana -Jonn i..i.um-.
prevents a foreign teacher from com- j ',f Wyoming precinct, swore to com
ing into the county and securing the : plaints in the county court yesterday
desirable places while the home teach- j afternoon chargimr ex-Chief of Police
er is attending the institute. Super-j""'1
inter.rier.T Wortman is eminentl v ritrht '
in livinir up to t'ne spirit and letter of
the law. even though it may work in
s'ur.e in.stances. a disappointment, as
he savs it has done.
TI;e Only Way.
Th ore is no way to n.aintain
1 y noui'isl.:;
!.oi;v; ;:i exc
:' n.ind and liody except
r. There is no way to
through the stomacli.
i.u.s.t he kept healthy.
I or the strength will
isease v. iii set up. "
f strength, nervousness
1 ;le stlillVU Ii
pure and vei
'.i (V i h a:td ;
a p;1 Jt it e. i.'ss
constipation, bad breath.
. rittinj'. indigestion, dvs-
pepsia. and ail stomach troubles that
: are curable are quickly cured by the
use of Kod"l Dyspepsia Cure. Kodol
i digests what you cat and strengthens
' the whole digestive apparatus. F. G.
; I'ricke iS: Co., Gering & Co.
Cottonwood Lumber for Sale.
Those desiring cotton wood dimen
sion lumber can be provided with what
they want by calling on
Chaklks L. Mautix,
Four miles south of Plattsmoutb.
''JUMBLED UP' LAW!WHERE THEY WILL TEACH
There a County Commissioner tc be
Elected ThlS Fall?
LAWYERS DISAGREE ON THE MATTER I
ing contracted with the (list ricts num
A Suit tO Test the Section Relative tOi'ored. Some of the numbers where no
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Thin MffiAii OmanniiA
una um-c is riuyuacu.
'J'he maha Lvenmg News isauthor-
ity for the statement that a suit to
test the new commissioner election
bill will be filed within a few days by
the republican nominee, llobt. Pickel,
of Kmerald, who hopes to have it held
invalid, thus removing all doubt as to
the right of Lee Newton, the present
democratic encumbent, to hold over
lor another year:
Jt is desired to have the question
settled at the earliest possible mo
ment since delay in t he courts might i
consume more than I he year to w hich
Newton would be entitled, if the com
missioner bill should prove to be valid.
It is for that reason that the friends
of the nominee do not care to wait un
til the time tor the installation of the
newollicer to begin proceedings. Some
thing of t he same kind of a situation
arose in the early '!o's, when (I. V.
llerge was held to have been entitled
to the county judgeship when the term
over which the contest had been waged
The ground on which the suit is to
be instituted is the failure of the
commissioner bill known as U. II. ;51!
to specify the date of the election,
and an entire failure to set rorth the
term during which oHice is to be held
by the various commissioners.
"The legislator who framed the
measure bungled," said one of the
men interested in the prospective suit,
"and failed to insert these provisions.
They evidently intended to and they
started out in the proper way, but
they either became involved in the
complexity of the subject and forgot
what they were about, or else they
relied on the omnibus biennial elec
tion to make the matter clear, for in
that measure the provision is made
that in 'counties having three com
missioners, two commissioners shall
be elected in the year lUGMi and two
commissioners every fourth year there
after.' That was plain enough, but
there is nothing taking its place in
the supplementary commissioner bill
and the biennial bill has been held to
be void by the supreme court "
Another point urged against II. II.
lilt; is that it fails to repeal section 7
of chapter 2(5, entitled "Elections,"
which provides expressly for the elec
tion of one commissioner every year,
the term of each to extend ohree
years. This section of the old statute
lixed the terms and dates of election
of all officers to be chosen at the gen
eral election, with the change in the
i for the repeal, but the entire statute
has been held void. On the other
hand, the special commissioner bill,
which it is now proposed to test, does
repeal sections -A and . of article 1,
chapter 18, of the compiled statutes
which provide the details for the
selection of county commissioners in
counties having three and rive such
Under the circumstances, it is point
ed out, any decision holding the com
missioner bill valid would leave the
general statutes in confusion, since in
the general election provisions there j
would be a valid section, requiring one
of the three commissioners to be elec-
ted each year for a three-year term,
w hile another provision dealing w ith
the details would delay the election of
Result of a Kangaroo Court.
r ... -v i . ts :.
-v ci.u u-.m .xeo,..sK.i v..LJ ,....
lulv 4. I'.sOo. The !
cases ate the outgrowth of a mock I
c-'-urt instituted by the Eagles on the!
Fourth of July. Mock policemen were j
sent out to make arrests on humorous 1
charges. These arrests were for the i
most 'fart taken in go-'d humor, bui j
some- trutible (level-iped in the eases1
where persons lived in the country i
and who refused to consider the mat- ;
ter a joke. The hearing on t lie eases :
has been coutinaud tor tifteen day." ;
For a clear complexion take J
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take
ORINO cleanses the system, and
makes sallow blotched complex
ions smooth and clear. Cures
chronic constipation by gently
stimulating the stomach, liver
and bowels. Refuse substitutes.
I List of Teachers of Cass County and in What
j District They Will Wield the Rod.
j i,i,lWjni.' js :i j..,t ..f the teachers
I outside il' I'lat tsinout h, legally niiali-
lied and of whom Superintendent
Wortman has received notice or hav-
;' name follows have promised, on condi
i Hon that the applicant secures a cer-
Rose ( 'Ionnell
Alice )li ver
J. A. I )irnmick
W. T. I'oucher
( II. KatclilTe
N. WT. liaines
Led a Ross
T. II. Cooper
Sarali Col man
Leon a Pollard
A. II. Earhart
V. H. DeEolt
Pearl Be van
Mable Van Every
W. U. Ryan
Orpha M alien
J. W. Gamble
Floy C ana day
' Jertrude Sias
Mary Si as
A. D. Sargent
I race lloish.
Given Up to Die.
B. Spiegel, X. Virginia St.,
Evansville. Ind.. writes: "For over
five years I was troubled with kidney
and bladder aiTectiurs which caused
me much pain and worry. I lost flesh
and was all run down, and a year ago
had to abandon work entirely. I had
three of the best physicians who did
me no good and I was practically given
up to die. Foley's Kidney Cure was
recommended and the first bottle gave
me great relief, and after taking the
second bottle I was entirely cured."
F. T. Fricke & Co.
tops the coub tnd l&elr luni
s i.i .-;. i ', ( ' -1' r -s j 1. 1 ii i i r i ;. i
Jesse H ill six-lit Sat urday in :nah.i.
MissKatii." Mcllugh is hmi.e mi a
sh ut visM.
J. W. Beige sp nt a few dajs at
home this week.
Mr. and Mis. J. E. D- inim; and lit
tle daughter are visiting with rela
tives in Concord, Neb., this week.
An ice cream social was given at the
Methodist ciiurch Wednesday evening
and a pleasant and piolitable time is
J. T. Evans of Lincoln was in town
the latter part of the week. He and
E. Stur.enegger have now gone on a
Rev. Bears of Lincoln conducted
the morning service Sunday at the
church. Owing to the storm no ser
vices were held in the evening.
No clue to the Stur.enegger burglar
has been discovered and nothing has
been learned of the disposition of any
of the spoils. A bundle of papers, val
uable to M r. Stur.enegger but worth
less to t he thieves were found at the
The Rock Island company is doing
considerable work about its depot at
this place. A cinder platform is in
course of construction, besides other
Jepairing. Linemen are also busy
stringing new telegraph wires, this be
ing done all the way from Chicago to
While assisting in putting up hay on
the Hill farm Friday, Fred Thimghan,
the 12-year-old son of "(Jus Thimghan,
met with quite a accident. He was
in the loft and somehow slipped and
fell headlong and head firs-- into the
feedbox below. He was unconscious
all the afternoon. Dr. Jones of Mur
dock was called and finally the boy re
gained consciousness. It is thought
nothing serious will follow, though at
tirst brain trouble was feared.
Considerable excitement prevailed
at J. E. Deming'sfarm Sunday. Mr.
Deming noticed two of his cows lying
down in the pasture and upon investi
gation discovered that they were dead.
Before two o'clock another one died,
all efforts to save it proving futile. A
veterinary surgeon was called from
Ashland and he, too, was puzled as to
the cause of the deaths. A fourth
cow was taken sick but with the doc
tor's aid it was saved. The pasture
was thoroughly looked over but noth
ing was found that could have killed
the cattle. The doctor examined the
stomachs of the dead cow sand thought
they were poisoned but could not say
for certain until a chemical analysis
's made. It is a mystery where they
got the poison, but it is thought it
must have been thrown in the field ac
cidentally. It is quite a loss to Mr.
Deming as they were his best milch
cows. No report of the result of the
chemical analysis has yet been re
Harry Hut.man is visiting relatives
at Bert rand.
John Seabloom left Tuesday to look
after his real estate in Kansas.
C. M. Rowland left Tuesday for
western Nebraska with several land
Samuel Johnson and family arrived
home Monday from a trip to Califor
nia. F.J. Davis and Jno. Donelan were!
down from Weeping Water Sunday.
John Opp is home from Fremont.
Frank Phillips and wife, who have
been visiting Avoca relatives for sev
eral days, left Monday for their home
at Fairfax. S. I).
A picnic, under the auspices of
Wyoming lodge No. 2!. I. O. O. F..
will he held in Telfs park Thursday,
August .'11. Evervone is invited to
(ieorge and Therm; Malcolm visited
at Nehawka. Sunday.
D. Steti'ens and wife were at St. Joe
several days last week.
Wm. Langhorst enjoyed a visit last
Sunday from his brother. Edward, of
Tlie Avoca hall team plays at t'ni .n
luring the reunion.
Miss Mable Sharp, of Pa pi ii: on. is
visiting relatives east of town.
Miss Lola Malcolm, of Nehawka. is
tlie guest of A-. oca friends.
Mrs. L. o . Mar'uarnt is :
visit from h--,-r :'ather who
Bert Bishop and family,
been visiting at the home
Harmon, left for their hou
of A. T.
braska City. Tuesday.
T. II. Cromwell was over from Ne
John Fisher and wife an
relatives in Denver.
SheritiMcBride was over from Piatts- j
mouth Thursday. j
Mgs. A. B.
I -aw ton arrived home !
Tuesday from a visit with F.lmwood
Dear Gus: I havesclved the mother-in-law
problem, just give her regu
larly Hollister's Bocky Mountain Tea.
It will make her healthy, happy and
docile as a lamb. 3o cents. Tea or Tab
lets. Gering & Co.
Spec i.i I ("II esp. .1 1 1 - li . i
M i s. Joe ( oleinan stalled Helm's
day evening lor Poitland, ore. Mi"
ex pert s to spend the remaining sum
mer with her sister, Mrs. Geoige Fin
lay, and her daughter, Mrs. Alice War
ren of Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walling wen
passengers to Lincoln Wednesday.
I. A. I'uhner went lo Kearney 1'ri
day, returning Saturday.
Miss Grace Stilwell of Shelby came
in Friday to spend a few days wild
her brother, C. F. Stilwell.
W. E. Hand went to the eapitai
Earl I loenshell of Imaha came down
Saturday evenin; to spend Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dae
II. J. Guthrie shipped his household
goods to Mnaha on Thursday of last
Charles Hurlbut traded his house in
the west part of town for R D. Mc
Donald's hotel building.
Miss Addie Wagner of G raft on is
visiting this week witli Miss Ethel
Ed ( 'oburn of iklahoma was in town
this week to dispose of his barber
T. Hartsook and wife anil little son
left Wednesday for Portland, two be
gone about two months.
At torney Tidd or Plattsmoutb was
here on legal business Tuesday.
Mesdames Roberts and White went
to Ashland Monday.
Mame Hoham was a passenger to
A. D. Wilton hitched his driving
team to a wagon Tuesday to haul a
load of posts. The team became
frightened at the noise of the wagon
and ran away. Mr. Gartner was
thrown out and seriously hurt. The
team was caught two miles east ol
town by Jim Dyers.
Henry Wliite went to Lincoln ioi
the day Tuesday.
Henry Weidman wasovei Imhii Eagle
Saturday and Sunday.
J. L. Barton of Plattsmoutb was up
here Wednesday looking alter his po
Milan Blair bought a ticket Monday
for Portland and return.
D. W. Reams went to Lincoln Mon
Chas. Hurlbut was transacting hus
ness in Lincoln Monday.
Miss Barr of Omaha was visiting
this week at the home of Dr. N. D.
Ira Lee went to Cambridge .Monday
evening to do some carpent er work.
Ray Hoenshell and .loe Len.en sp-n'.
Monday in Lincoln.
Miss Genevieve Kern, Miss ina Kim
berly at;d Milan Blair drove over to
Eagle Friday evening to ride on iln-merry-go-round.
Mrs. D. A. Fuliner spent Friday in
Ashland with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Muir of Alo spent.
Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Craig.
Mrs. Nellie Laughlinand MissKath
eryn spent the day with relatives in
Miss (Jail Wilson and Chas. Steven
son and Miss Lillian Wilson and Pearl
Clymer attended ITncle Tom's Cabin
at Alvo Monday.
j Frank Jean and sister, Edith, -pen;
j Sunday with Ben Horning and sisters.
j Henry Spangler is some hi t f r the
j last, few days.
! Miss Pearl II u Her. ol Pi;:Us.mo'it h.
spent last week at the home of Chas.
Eisie Capen visited a je
last week with friends arid
i f-! at i ve-.
in South )maha.
j Mrs. fJJen Perry left last Thursday
for an extender! visit with relatives a',
j Corydon. Ind.
! Kert Cogli.er and wife, "I Weeping
I Water, visited friends and relati-.es in
' this vicinity last week.
! IL H. I.'ist has greatly improved tie
! at-peaiance of his resid.-.v !. tf.
: erection of a fine large porch.
' Paul Jones and Bay M
Weeping Water, spent S
L. W. Nelson and family
Cl.-ar: s Shopp arid family
day witn his brother Fran-,
of l iattsmo;.th.
Miss Ed;:h PiU left tod:r.
we.dcs visit with her sistei .
Nii:, of Kansas City, Mo.
N : i .
; . o '.
.- .. r.
n u m
si ,: 1,1 1 .i l
evening, given bv the I;
iar.ders of Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. ' ;ood.n'm a ;
over the arrival of a !;. ni-ing f ia y
which an i ved la-t Monday e'.i.i.jru
We are going to the Old ( ttle: -
union at t.'nion. How abo:;t you?
The comnanv thn-shin" m.-iehi'ir- (.
to l) has- finished in this vicinity, each
partner in about as iood a humor as
The saw mill w hich has been in oper
ation on C. L. Martin's farm, will be
on the standstill until cooler weather.
We are pleased to note that Mi-s
Blanche Horning will be our teacher
(district No. 2) for the cominc year.
Our young people are comtetr plat ing
a hilarious time during tie- s' r -- lair
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