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To M.ii.'l-.Ii-w Wii.li-. niil N lii
W.ul iit-f ixhitit-. ymi iiikI t';nli of you will
I itkv, l.nl !.- thiit on I In- 'Jlsl l:iy of Nih i iiiIh T.
I'O'j. :. I- lirown. pkilntiir. H.-.i ;i H'lltloii in
Hit? district i-ourt "f .-minty. Ntrii.U:i.
iiKtilist yon ;inl lllhun W.i'l'- t ill. Hie -I'd
iiml r;iyTir uliil m-iIHoii ur l" fon
i lirst- ii ! t;i i ii i.iorlk'-i.'i- iJ--l of iluti- M;iy .".
I'.KK. rl fit I'iM'i'iirc h noli- of Mtl'l (lali- wltli
loU-rt'st at Hit-rsiti-of 7 r .lit. uoii lot 7
in liiix-k In tin- vtll;tt'K of KairN- In -.ul'l i'lis
ion in y uikI for tin- of nuM iro.Tty to
satisfy fcald mort
You ami -a.-li of you ar r-iuir-l to uiisw.t
Haul petition on or U-fore tli UL l;iy of Jan
uary. Hurt, or JiKlk'im iit of fororloNurt will Im
ntr-il In favor of plaintiff us ray-'l for lit
lat-l tltlH iltt lay of Novi-iiiIht. Hutu.
C I.. IU:WN. I'lalnliir.
I. it. ItwvEn, Attorney 1 1 14
In tin' County Court of Caii County. N
iiratka. In t h- rnatt-r of tin- c.tat; of Tliotnas ul!l
To all ikthhis liitfrcxu-ij In tlie -tiiM- of
'i'liomas Millivan. il-f-:i-Ml :
Vm art-hT-ly iiotlliwl that tin- tri x
.as lili-il h-r M t it ion for final tli-iiii-iil al.
N-triitir that tin- tlruf fixi'il hy law for tin- liliiik'
of Hail. is airaiiixt ;iil -.tate has fully t- pin-il
.tml t hat all ili-lit s :iini i-har-.'i-s :ti::iiiiM ail
-liilir h.ivi' tweii fully pa hi ami salislii-ii ami
I raying that a t in.' anil pla-i- may tw i n-'l
for tin- lin il -ati i'l i' i'.n ami a! h a n (
ahl in -lit'ion fi ir Una! 1 1 '.iimiil aiul aliow
:i i of unit a r- I f-r In ariiii: on tin
- .t ii li y of No fin l pit. A. I . I'm... at t in ii'li x'li
l in . a i 1 1 IT'i i-1 f t In- iimh-r-i'-'m-'l. " i ni V
.1 'ii I t.i I I..- i n v if I'i i t ' -:uoiii 1 1. I -ii- i i.iiii
ty. N'-hra-U i. ai hii'li tinii' saiil a.-i'miiit wi.l
t 4' am .1 ill. ail i uiti'il ami :iiioiii. anil a
I eat in:; ha! as n .'. Iio are I he lni rs i if Tli' rti;i-
-uilivan. ih i-easeil. anil sueli other ami f:ir
' tier orih r-as i.ia v r i iiiirei. All i-r-.n-.
:nter'stei are rei lin il to pppear ami Me
I heir last oh i-it ii in. if a :y tiny h:ie. mi or
i fore t he h il i y of .V n niUr. A I'. I ..'.
at ti'ii o'l loi-l, a. i i
I i;ii I'll t his i;: h ! i v if Nov in I h r. A. I V.k
IIAKVKV l. I KAVIs.
' -r. i. ; iiinty .1 uie.
IN THE III M V l ol llT of ( A(IIIM V.
I 1111 sK :
In re estate if August lla
L'Tstroni. ih i'easeil.
To all persons Interesteil in the
August Makers! roni. ilei'easeil.
Vim are herehy notitieil t hat tiin the I Mil
ilay of NoM-mlx-r. A . I . I'.m:.. Charles A. Ila
terstrom filed his petit ion in t hisi'oitrt. alle
1'iS Itiat August llai;erstroiii l'partel this
I .fe intestat' in t h tint y of Cass. N'ehraska.
upon the ''lst lay of Au-'iist. A . I. I'.'J.V ami
Ii ft surviving him his father. Charles A. Ila
ersl rotn. as his sole heir al law. that he h ft
personal property of the v:ilu of j'.'iio: ami
i.rayin that letters ,,f ailminist ration Im
. ranteil to V. V. C'oati-s as a siiitahle ami
iiiM't nt persi m f- r t he a' Imiiiist rator if saiil
You are In teiiy notilii il that a hearing will
I e hail iihin saiil pet it inn at t In- eon lit V i'oui'1
r null in the eity -f l".:i 1 1 -laout h.' I'oiintV of
Cass. Ni-hraska. on t he ;t h ilay of I ei'emlier.
A. 1. I!iii. at hi n i'ioi'l; a. in., on or hefnre
w hiih t line oliiei-t i' uis a in I fa use. if any. shall
tieshoun why tin- pray r of saiil petition
vtioulil not he'irranteil. ami at wh'u'h time sueh
nlers w ill he . ntereil as to saiil i-mirl may
s 1 1 1 iiist ami prop'-r in the premises.
V ilness iiy ha ml ami t he seal of I hi- fount V
l oiirt of Cass rou nt v. Ne'-raska. t his Kit h t'. iy
i f Nmen, i,. r. A. I .'l"
II Pi-:; IIAUYI.Y Ii. TKAVIs.
Notice of Sale.
Nut i 'e is in rel-y "i vei; f hat in pursuance of
'ill onier lif llo'i. I'aill .lesson, juil-.!' of the
! i jst rh't i-ourt of Cass 1-: m nty. Nehrasl.a. maile
i il t he lit h clay of Nov.. I!.i.'i. ill the eailse of
"111 the matter of I in- estate of I rank Tt'ik.
r . (lei'i aseil -. now ii-:al:n.- in saiil nun. fur
t he sale ! real estate hereinafter (lesi-rilieil.
there will lie sohj at the sotiili iliMir of the
i-ourt house at I'la 1 1 mt Ii in saiil rot! lit y ti
t lie -It h ilay i f I ii i'imii- r. P. Ma. at I o'i'..-k p.
ta. of sa ill il.iy at . i . i vet nine to t he highest
I iilih r fur easii the fnliowini ih-serilM il real
state to wit; l.i.t ;.' i n t In- tie of t he n w 't
.. f sei-t ion f :;. tunii p.'. irt h of raue i:; east 'f
thi-tth I. M.. i'l "ass eouiity. Nehraska. I'un
tainiu three ami t hree-f. .uri lis aen-s. s;i;,
sail' Will he 111 a lie si ; 1 i".'t to tin- life -,se of t he
j.roperty tv Mary I'tak. v.nl w of saiil l r iuk
i tak. r.. iiei easeil
SaiiJ al' will rernaln m. en one hour
liale.l tiii-i 14ih .lay ' Novemtier. l'tii.
KM 1 1. ITAK.
Kxe.-ul r of tl.e esTate of I'rauk I'tak. Sr..
!i. ii. liuvi.i:. Al!'.r;.. y. 11
ill'XTY I'llt 'lT nv l .i
; i irxTV.
f.lUI sK A.
In re estate of Amiiah ..
To all nersons interesti'il- in
the I'state of
Amiiah K. Kiehards. defeased :
You are herehy notified that tin? final :u'
count ami petition for final settlement and
for defree of distribution, have lieen tiled in
rny oftife hy the administrator, and that a
hearing will lie had t hens n at my oftic: in
t he city of Plattsniouth. Nebraska, uixui the
Uth day of DefeniUT. A. I). 1905. atlUo'olock
a. m.. and all objm-tions thereto must lie til-d
before said hour : and that at said time the
ac"ounts will lie fully and finally settled, and
the decree of distribution made to the per
sons. In sufh parts ami parcels, as shall then
tie found to have sureeiled to said estate;
and that within said txetition it is alleged that
Isabelle Anderson. Indiana Shively. Nancy
HnwL John K. Kiehards. .lehu Kicliards and
Willis Kicbards are the only heirs entitled to
share therein. " HAUVfcY I). TKAVIS.
(REAL) - County Judge.
Dr. Elster, Dentist,
is well named. Study the
name, see t lie shoe. 'Tis
k calf biueher. extra
heavy si iles. im tacks or
nails on inside. Twit
irood outer snles to heels
makes an ideal shoe for
sloppy weather. Have a
similar pne at S3. 00
.CUSHION' INSOLE SHOES.
Sherwood & Son
sHflal Correspondent. I
II. C Nielsen reports the loss or me
liiinrlrcd and lifty !;os of late, which
lie thinks was caused hy cholera. This
is quite, a severe losst Mr. Nielsen as
his hojjs were of line blooded Iniroc
II. K. Neit.el returned Thursday
from a business trip to Waterloo.
Mrs. C. J. Lcis entertained the Ken
sington Wednesday afternoon.
A. S. Depner and a force of carpen
ters commenced work Friday on the
new (ierman Lutheran church, two
miles north of town.
At last reports Miss CladysCole was
Pan Steele, of South Ilend, was in
town Friday soliciting funds with
which to build a home.
Through lack of knowledge we did
not mention in last week's columns of
the arrival of a bouncing babyjjirl at
the home f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zoz.
Il'ilh niuther and little one are doiiitf
Ii.'ll Austin and faiiiily have re
turned frmn a month's stay ater
mantown. whore Ie!l iias been assist
ing in the c iiisti Ui.-ti"!i of a lare brick
Jo',,11 Coiinaliy and mother, of Mur
ray, registered at the M unlock hotel
Saturday, departing in t he afternoon i
fvr Elm wood.
Erhart Creliry made a trip overland
to Waterloo, Friday, returning Sun
day. ( . W. (Jillespie's father is visiting
here, brinuinr his irrandson, Merle
Hillespie, with him.
Miss Minerva Tool was a Capital
City visitor Saturday.
Anna. Martha and Katherine CSoehry
returned Friday from their visit to
Mrs. .1. Embury was on the sick list
Mrs. Ir. A. E. Meikel, who lias
been quite sick for some time, is im
proving. Eert Austin came down from Omaha
Sunday for a few days' visit.
Antiie Jones is visiting with rela
tives in Murdock at present.
Miss Eertha (loehry spent Sunday in
Murdock. Miss Anna accompanied j
her to Weeping Water on her return I
Mrs. A. M. Cole returned from Oma
ha Saturday evening.
S. W. Hare was a business visitor at
Omaha the latter part of last week.
Mrs. Theo. Thimhan spent a week
with hersister, Mrs. Warren Eichards,
of Wa basli.
A u'Ov'd many farmers in this section
are through huskinir corn, but as the
majority of them are not through
corn buskers are still in demand.
A very small crowd reported for the
shooting match Saturday, owing to
the busy season.
Charles and Floyd Cole spent Sun
day with their sister, Miss dladys, j
who is in the Presbyterian hospital at
Jim Crawford and son, Clyde, pulled
in from Mansfield, O., Sunday evening
and will visit relatives and friends for
an indefinite period.
Mrs. Dr. A. E. Merkels' mother of
Julian, and a cousin from York, are
visiting with the doctor this week.
Dr. A. E. Merkel reports that Mr.
J. Plant is rapidly improving from his
siege of typhoid . fever, which speaks
well for our doctor, as the case was a
Every town has its knockers of some
sort or another. Usually some one
who is trying to attend to other peo
ples business when they are not cap
able of attending to their own. And
we seem to be blessed with those that
circulate anonymous letters, trying to
defame or otherwise injure respectable
people. Recently a letter was sent
out and signed "An Old Soldier," and
the sole purpose of this letter was to
injure the standing of some of our
best citizens. Now, if this "old sol
dier's statements were based on facts,
wouldn't it be just as easy to sign his
or her right name as it would to sign
something like an "old soldier" or "a
friend?" Anyway, in our estimation,
a person of good reason would not be
guilty of such a misdemeanor, there
fure.we consider the source and will
let it eo at that. i
G. B. Burharjs Testifies After Four
G. E. Eurhans, of Carlisle Center,
N. V.. writes: "About four years ago
I wrote you that 1 had been entirely
cured of a severe kidney trouble by
taking less than two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the
brick dust sediment, and pain and
symptoms of kidney disease disap
peared. 1 am glad to say that I have
never had a return of those symptoms
during the four years that have elapsed
and I am evidently cured to stuy cured,
and heartily recommend Foley's Kid
ney Cure to anyone suffering from kid
ney or bladder trouble." F. n. Fricke
Dr. Marshall, Dentist, guaranteed
Better Late that Never! If you don't win yourself, per
haps your best friend will. If you don't win it will
be an honor to be in such a great contest
If you have any
thin,"; to sell
come ami see us
We Pay Good
Prices for Every
thing we Buy.
Butter and Eggs
in Plattsmouth. Everybody in and out of the city ought to be interested. No doubt
you will need lots of goods for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and we have the
goods to supply you. DECEMBER 26th will decide the fate of the Great Contest
Watch for the Result. It will be Announced in the Newspapers
If you settle your accounts before the contest closes, you have the privilege of
getting chances in the contest. Not the ones with the most numbers win but
ones with the lucky numbers.
ALL ORDERS DELIV-
E. 11. Straub and wife were at Weep
ing Water Wednesday of last week.
Dr. C. W. F.artlett of Ueaver City
has located here.
George Malcolm spent Sunday with
his parents at Nehawka.
Geo Peters was a county seat visitor
Mrs. C. E. Tefft and children of
Weeping Water spent several days of
last week visiting relatives north of
XV. B. Banning, wife and daughter,
were over from Union Sunday.
Mrs. B. F. Brendel of Murray visited
a few days in Avoca this week.
C. D. Quinton and Ora E. Copes
were at Weeping Water Monday eve
ning attending Masonic lodge.
The Avoca foot ball team defeated
Union on the Avoca gridiron last Sat
urday. Score, 20 to 0.
D. J. Meyers is at Lincoln taking
treatment at the sanitarium.
A. E. Cutler was at Berlin Tues
day. Son Lost Mother.
'Consumption runs in our family,
and through it I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reid, of Harmony, Mo.
"For the past live years, however, on
the slightest si?n of a Cough or Cold,
I have taken Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, which has
saved me from serious lung trouble."
His mother's death was a sad loss for
Mr. Reid, but he learned that lung
trouble must not be neglected, and
how to cure it. Quickest relief and
cure for coughs and colds. Price uOc
and $1.00: guaranteed at F. G. Fricke
& Co. 's drug store. Trial bottle free.!
Two surprise parties were given in
this community Sunday, November
19th. Surprise parties are generally
such only by name, the "surprise" be
ing missiDg. But these were all the
word implies. One was on Herman
Schliefert, the day being his 42nd
birthday. After services at church a
One Number Has Ten Chances
UThe Palace Markety
Nir;,:-r.V,1 LORENZ BROS., Props. 'ViVV;!'
p Groceries, Provisions, Meats,
$ Flour and Feed
The sooner you begin, the better show to win
A Good Thing!
Not like the Piano
Second Prize . . .
Third Prize . ..
Seventh l'rize .
No Kumutig! The Real Thing! One Coupon with every 25c Purchase!
Every Ten Coupons Entitles Holder to One Draw Number.
Contest Opens Oct. 7, 1905; CIosss
Biaaest and Best Deal Ever Offerei
large number of friends and relatives
drove to his farm yard and prepared a
sumptuous dinner of all kinds of goody
goodies, and as only farm life can put
up. It is needless to say that ample
justice was done to each and every
dainty. The afternoon was spent
playing games, chatting, smoking,
tasting malt and hops, etc. After the
ladies had prepared supper, to which
as much justice was done as to the
dinner, all departed for home with
the thought predominating "We had
a good time."
The other surprised person was a
little Miss whose 14th birthday was
celebrated, Dora Stohlmann. Miss
Dora was the receiver of many pretty
presents. Those present were, Alwino,
Paul and Amanda Jung; George,
Louise, Adelia, Mary, July, Bertha
and Clara Stohlmann; George, Clara
and Molly Kraft; Olga and Esther
Vogler; Minnie Pankonin; Louise
Jung; May Hopp; Mary Lau; Philip
Koehler and last but not least Dora's
teacher, George Jung, of whom she
thinks a great deal. The afternoon
was enjoyed as only little folks can
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Stohl
man, November 21, a boy.
Our legislature is passing so many
uninforced laws, why not pass and in
force one, fining every person who neg
lects his duty at the polls with other
words does not vote. Don't you
think we need a Governor Folk?
Miss Louise Jung is spending a week
with her sister,
Mrs. J. ITeil, near
made at the
Nature Needs But Little.
Nature needs only a Little Early
Riser now and then to keep the bowels
clean, the liver active, and the system
free from bile, headaches, constipa
tion, etc. The famous little pills
"Early Risers" are pleasant in effect
and perfect in action. They never
gripe or sicken, but tone and strength
en the liver and kidneys. Sold by F.
G..Fricke & Co., Gering & Co.
1 . k. vlZl II m
Contest. Everyone has a chance to win for himself
Christmas Ileef, Hind Quarter
Christmas lleef, Fore Quarter
Christmas Spring Lamb
Christmas Suckling Pig
Christmas Lamb, Crown Poast
Christmas Larded Peef Tenderloin
Christmas Mutton Duck
Christmas Spring Duck
will be displayed in our window on
Dec. 25, 1905.
M. D. Kern and Charles White were
in Omaha Wednesday and Thursday
of last week attending the implement
Mrs. W WT. Divine and sister,
Blanche Walbrink, left last Wednes
day for a visit at their home in Hol
land, Michigan. They expect to be
gone about a month.
Edwin Metcalf is on the federal jury
at Omaha this week.
Attorney O. B. Polk, of Lincoln,
was in town on legal business last
Miss Bessie Jeffery returned Wednes
day last from a visit at Ilartington,
Mrs. G. F. Betts, of Waverly spent
Wednesday here with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Devoe.
Dennis Doud was a passenger to
Omaha last Wednesday.
O. T. McDonald opened up a barber
shop in the Blue Front last week.
John Lomeyer and Max Mohler, re
turned last week from Elgin, Neb.,
where they have been threshing this
Dr. F. B. Slusser was called to Min
den, Neb., Thursday, on account of
the illness of his wife.
Mrs. Wm. Finley is on the sick list
II. C. Cutler returnei from a visit
at Huron, South Dakota, last Thurs
day. Mrs. J. S. Foster and Mrs. F. W.
Walters were Lincoln passengers last
W. W. Divine is reported sick with
Miss Elsie Kimberley spent Satur
day in Ashland with relatives.
Mrs. Helms and daughter, Eva, are
visiting friends in Lincoln for an in
Professor Cooper went to Omaha
Friday evening to spend Sunday with
Among the passengers to Lincoln
Saturday were Mrs. L. C. Clymer, Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Kyles, Mrs. White, Miss
If yon want to
roine in; we will
lrv to )leaM on
Be Surpassed in
the Country -:-
NO. SIXTH STREET,
Hael Devoe, Mrs. Harvey. Mr. and
Mis. Edwards and D. K. Uarr.
Mrs. 11. D. McDonald and son. sterl
j ing, were visiting in Ashland, Satur
Myron Coleman, of Hastings, Neb.,
spent Saturday here with his parents.
Miss Gregg, who has be en visiting
Miss Nora Myers for the past few
days, returned to her home at Have
Miss Lucile Divine returned from
Sioux City Saturday on account of the
illness of her father.
The Greenwood Statesman is paying
one cent for each item brought to
their office during the week.
Mrs. Frank Nicholas and Mrs. N. II.
Meeker were Lincoln visitors Monday.
Mrs. Onie Hoenshell, of Lincoln,
spent Sunday here with D. J. Hoen
shell and family.
The remains of J. R. Barr were
brought here Monday from Omaha for
burial. The services were held at the
M. E. church at 11 a. m.
You can depend on Ayer's
Hair Vigor to restore color to
your gray hair, every lime.
Follow directions and it never
fails to do this work. It stops
great satisfaction in knowing
you are not going to be disap
pointed. Isn't that so?
My hair faded until it wan about wliitf. it
took Jut one bottle of Ayer'a Hair ViK"r t
restore it to ita former dark, rich color. Your
Hair Vigor certainly dnea what you claim fr
It." A. il. UofiQAH, Kockiogham, M. C.
.l.r. ay r.n . ..
Fading Hair j
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