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Vmi anil each if yi nn hereby ii.il ifie.l Hint
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mirl I.N t ii I.- In rui.i t. , I In- fill lowing desci it.e
M-al estate. !- it :
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! ve. ami I hi- . .1 1 !. .e-,l i lei -of saiil ecl Ion
Tl.lrt. -liw. :i I i In- N.,nli Half of iln- .-outlines!
(Jii.ui.r of --.-ii..ii I rt. ni -six. all In
Tow i i--l 1 1 r l.livin. S.-nli of i:an.'i- llilrtii-ii.
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lr:tsU:i; all.tinu' Dial In- ami liis ri anloi-H lias
im-i ii In oiM'ii. mlwrsi-. exclusive ami i-ont liiu
oiis Nr,x ssion of all of .said land for mure than
ti n ji-ars prior to the commencement of saM
suit, ami that liy reason of said adverse inisses
sioii lie had In-come fully vested -villi the. li-t'al
title thereto; anil Ma Intr that decree may
t- entered cancelling of record ft certain mort
n deed u .on hal'l Northwest (Quarter of .
l ion 'I'h il ly Ii vp. of date SeptcriiUT -1. !-''. ex
ecuted l.y imp -vi .. Toilil. to 0'0IV W, I r
win. for tin- reason that. 1 1 same has hccii
pai. I. ami l.y neirleci was not sal Isiied of record;
f ni t lu r i.raviin; for the ranccllai ion of a Cer
tain nioil L'itr deed on tin; haid .-oiithwcst
'liver Carter, for the reason that thesame had t
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i May. I-.;, to r.i ainlii Klire I . I loi.i.s on I in
said .Nort h Half of the out h west I.Mi a 1 1 if of
s.-.-t ion ' m -si . and that said Id ai nl.t id.'.
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said la nd to .in- .luliii II. Allison, i.ii ih-
ia. of May. 1-. :: that llraini.l id; . I . Ilohl s.
and William I.. Ih.i.l.s. an- the sol.- heirs l
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March 1st to April 30th,
520.00 to Salt Lake, Butte,
Helena. $22.50, Spokane
district; $25.00, California,
Portland, Seattle, Tacoma,
Washington. Daily through
tourist sleepers to California
via Denver, Scenic Colorado
and Salt Lake City; also to
Montana, Washington and
Puget Sound country.
WINTER TOURIST RATES:
To Colorado, California and
all Southern resorts.
Free, valuable information
furnished to seekers of Gov
ernment and deeded lands
along the Burlington lines.
Let us help you locate your
home in this fast growing
and reliable zone of prosper
ity. Write Landseekers In
formation Bureau, 1004 Far
nam St.. Omaha, Nebraska.
For rates, folders, information, etc.
W. I. Html. TICKET ISEIT. rUTTSM3T3. mi
u w. wnan. s. p. oaiki.
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Fin; uiiflfrstKiit-fl will sell at public
auction at bis farm, known as ibe
old ;;iult farm, I miles .south
nf I'iattsm'HJtb, 45 nurtb-
east of Murray on
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1907
cMnijiencin' at 1 1 o'clock a. m., the i
fnllowiiiK' property: Nine milch cows, I
two yearling heifers, four heifer calves, I
out; yearling steer, one bull calf, one j
J 'oiled Durham bull corning two years
old: one black mare, 4 years, weight
weight I l.V); one sorrel horse, '.' years
old, weight lo"0: one black mare, nine
years old, weight 1 li; new Deere
sulky plow, Deere U'-row stalk cutter,
Deere VI -foot sulky rake, llrudley com
bined lister, check row corn planter
t wire, Deere 4-horse
disc. J'lano IwOWlT, lumber Wagon,
iatK c,,rti sheller, grindstone, - New
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Departure cultivators, hay rack, set
far II liarilCSS, I - TOW stalk' CUtt CT, hoUSC-
hold troods and numerous other arti
cles. I 'sual terms: also - per cent oil
VV. 0. JONES, Auct.
H. H. RIST
R. F. PATTERSON
Oklahoma's constitutional conven
t i ii wants, to destroy t hi Standard oil
monopoly in the comintf state. Tliis
is i:l-.e'checkir:ir the disease i:: time.
A wrj-nan educator ays tliat Amer
icios lack thoroughness. They are a
htth; rapid in arriviru' at conclusions,
but tli- pace s :i.s to answer their
Oi'.-ci.ils (!' she l'urlii!4ton emphat
ic.illv d.-r.'V that the ro.nl is interested
i i:s V,y omit!.', or has been instrumental
! in vcurii!;,' "cli:nitr,y" tlliiiL's cn i a rich
i 1 UK's.
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. . i -1 1 L I ii , si.ow tj.u wuiis nuiy
asi: y 1 e Ho'ide an occupation of pleas
ure j; we approach it in the riht
spirit. Too (;!te:i ri-iwc regard the
inu.v ,-.s a r.ui.sanc-', instead of re:lect
upon how P ifnlly nature
sprfi.l.s ;::,;:;:, il.it.c blanket above
th" b.ir" earth and withered, grasses,
! -;;,; i' 1 i a nd t ! i ere with the
! :.. i I. ; j wi Is t!:at toss their bril
! ii.to.-y i.i the sunshit.e. Heforc sliovcl-
it is well to prepare j
! the : i ; : i ' i by readirifj the lovely poem,
j J'.eautiful Sr.i.w." which is one of the
I b. st acirounts ever w ritten of a snow-
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t Germany's Iscse
Our stock of Men's and
jJov's C'othing, Fur
nishing doods. Hats
and Caps must
Ulsters and Suits.
Ulster and Suits.
39.50 Overcoats, ffo QO
Kcefers and Suits. wc).70
Keefers and Suits.
S3.00 Reefers and
Many of our farmer friends
have already taken advant
age tvIiy not you? Buy your
self a Fur Coat, Buffalo, Coon,
Gallaways, Dogr, Salt Seal
Flushed Lined, Otter and
Cloth Coats, etc. Now is the
time to come to the city to
make your purchases. It
WHEN THE KETTE SINGS
it's a sign of coil satisfaction. Want
to hear the music in your kitchen?
Easy order coal from this office and
yard. The output of the Trenton
mine the fuel we handle has no su
perior anywhere, its equal in few
J. V. EGENBERGER,
'PHONE Plttsmouth No. 22.
(Hy (i. A.
' TKOinWK MAKKKTS
Corri-ctefl weekly by Mart in & Tol,
who pay the highest prices for produce
, and uuarantee satisfaction:
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AVE ST I'.ol'ND.
No. 41, mail
No. 7."., local
No. LIT, mail
-:1") a. m.
:.Vj a. m.
:;:n p. m.
'yJi'.i p. in.
No. .', freight V-.'.IO a. in.
No. mail 1:.".' a. m.
No. 7;, Local DM P- m.
No. ('., mail -:!" V- ni.
Th? prospects are pretty t:ood for a
coal famine in Murdock. We have no
soft coal in our local yards, and hard
co:il is at a premium.
The yountf folks are enjoyiii!; the
t:cavy s:;ous by uoir' out s'.eiL'Iii n'
nearly every evening.
'i'iic jrrain men at this point are
cimplaininu' of a shortnue of cais.
Kvcry man may have a riht to do
as lie phases: but he's a darn fool if he
Al Dettman pulled in from l'rim
ro(', Neb., Tuesday evenirp-, at.d will
stay here next summer.
Oscar McDonald is entertainiiii: his
sister, ?Irs. (Jrace Mellii:rer, oi vVash
ir;:Loi:, t his week.
Dr. C U. Trenholm made his regular
trip over from Kim wood Thursday of
j last week, in pito of the bad roads.
Miss Lena Smith came down from
Ilaveiock Thursday to visit relatives
here for an indefinite period.
Mrs. (Thas. Lett, who lias been visit
ing at the home, of Conrad Wirth the
past month, left for Council IJlull's
Mi.s.s Tillie Sclu il wai a business
visitorat Omaha la-t "Wecinesr.'ay.
The directors of the Murdcck tel.-t-!i.)'H:
co'r.P'it. v held a meeting last
Thursday and accepted the resir-
isati ii ' JI. V. Mclx.nakl as Tnanairci'
;ir. t uc. a c-Icctftl Vm. Cehrts to ii!!
t i .s1 vaL-ancy.
Miss Maud (;.jra'o l.ns resigned licr
pi it:oii as ni'ht central, and left for
ilt lion.tj at Ar.huri!. Wednostla y
n: r;:in'. Mi.-s I cciu.sucvie.'ls hor at
?('() i r;i!."
W'm. ( icotry, 'f Li.iuisii!e, biouulit
u; si;vont joily youn-x people of t hat
place Tuesvlay for a Ieij,rh ride.
II. V'est!akc and son, Raymond, took
n.c:ir i,f stock to .South (.)maha""lasr
Trcl Wi'Stkike v.ciit to Avo-.-a
T A bm:t seventy i-cople turned r ut to
the. wolf h'itit Friday, and two coyotes
were killed. Twojiavin made tlieir
The Murd' ck wliist club was enter
tained at the home of J. Goehry's on
last Friday niht.
Chas. West was quite sick last week,
but our local physician, Dr. Mac
Arthur, has him out again.
Fred Wait has been visiting with
his sister, Mrs. O. II. Egpieston this
Bert Fisher came up from Weeping
Water Friday and took care of the
barber trade Saturday and Sunday,
while Chas. West was laid up for re
Revivals are being held at the
Evangelical church this week, con
ducted by Rev. Lehman and Rev
Misses Clara and Meta ZS'eitzel visit
ed with Mrs. Warren T. Richards, of
Wabash, Saturday evening.
O. II. Eggleston and Fred WTait left
for Oklahoma Tuesday.
II. A. Tool went to Ackley, Iowa,
Sunday, when he will visit with his
parents until Wednesday, after which
be will leave for Chicago to purchase
the spring stock for the firm of Martin
Jake Long is down from Holt county
on a short visit.
Nothing will relieve indigeston that
is not a thorough digestant. Kodol di
gests what you eat and allows the
stomach to rest recuperate grow
strong again. Kodol is a solution of
digestive acids and as nearly as possi
ble approximates the digestive juices
that isre found id the stomach. Kodol
takes the Mork of digestion off the di
gestive organs, and while performing
this work itself does greatly assist the
stomach to a thorough rest. In addi
tion the ingredients of Kodol are such
as to make it a corrective of the high
est efficiency and by its action the
stomach is restored to its normal ac
tivity and power. Kodol is mantfact
ed in strict conformity with the Na
tional Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold
by F. G. Fricke & Co.
All headaches go
"When jou grow wiser
And learn to use
An "Early Riser,"
De Witt's Little Early Risers, safe,
Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen enter
tained a limited number of friends at
their home Thursday evening.
Mrs. llert Tucker is reported being
Henry Sturm shelled 400 bushels of
corn Friday afternoon.
I5ert Tucker harvested a line crop of
ice Monday, which measured 10 inches.
Mrs. Charles Hausen was quite sick
Mr. and Mrs. if. Keptlin departed
for their home near Eagle Friday even
ing, after a few days visit here with
Louie Todd's littie girls were quite
sick last week.
Mrs. Wunderlich, accompanied by
her two daughters, made a Hying trip
to Nebraska City Saturday, returning
the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rehrns Sundayed
with William l'.etts and wife.
Mrs. Margaret Rehrns visited rela
tives in Dunbar last week, returning
Mrs. Earn Young and baby returned
Monday evening after making a brief
visit, witii friends and relatives in
Two hundred invitations are out an
nouncing the marriage of Miss Carrie
Moore and Mr. Albert Ilcuche, both
of Avoca, Wednesday.
Glen Roedeker was a Neliawka vis
Mr. and Mrs. L. Carsten of Avoca
visited friends and relatives in this lo
cality several days last week.
Henry Knahe butchered four large
hogs last week, for summer use.
Little Doris Hansen lias been quite
a suilerer with common every day
toothache, the past week. The cold
air compels her to remain indoors un
til medical aid can b'i summoned.
Miss Mary Ila; sen is staying at the
home of Charles Hansen this week.
John llhrns shelled corn Monday,
deliveri;!' it to Andrew Sturm.
George Spohn oT Superior made a
short visit with the Sturm brot hers
Saturday and Sunday.
"e pleased to
am that Miss
lark hasalmost ful'y rec
f rom her .sick spell.
.Ti.l.nnic Schacht was taken suddenly
ill Saturday. La rnpp S'-en.s to be
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Swity.er went
dow n to John Whlteman'sTuesday, to
stav over Wednesday.
I'l l illl tilt! 1 !iTM .id.
Mrs. Critchtleld has been quite ill
of late suffering from gall stones.
Mrs. Owen McGrady has been quite
sick with congestion of the lungs, but
is now on the mend.
t). E. Chandler expects to move to
Dawson county this spring, where he
has a good farm.
T. E. Parmele's recent sale of the
half section-purchased of Mrs. J. O.
McLain, amounted to -522,000.
Money is not so scarce in the coun
try as you- might, imagine. When
Walter Perry had his sale, of 'the two
or three thousand dollars worth of
goods sold, the clerk failed to gather
in a single note. Money and checks
are what the farmer buys with
Harry Wilkinson was quite serious
ly injured last Wednesday, while as
sisting in putting up ice for Joyce. He
slipped and fell, striking the sharpened
end of a pike used for steering the ice,
and it penetrated the flesh about two
inches. The wound bled profusely and
proved quite painful, but he is getting
S. M. Ilolden, one of the old resi
dents of this community, died at the
home of his dauuhter, Mrs. S. J. AmJ
bier, Monday night, February 4r Mr.
Ilolden had been ailing for some time,
buc was thought to be improving un
til last Saturday night, when he suffer
ed a stroke of paralysis which was the
immediate cause of his death. The
funeral will be held from the Congre
gational church Thursday afternoon at
We have just received a large ship
ment of clothing, shoes, hats, caps and
children's goods. They will be on sale
Friday. Coates Dry Goods Co.
ji! Records Are
No one thing- will furnish
so much amusement for so
many people, so many times
and in so many ways as the
Hrm It Fr mt
Phil Sauter's. Plattsmoatb, Neb.
Break Loose From The
Farmers Organize to Manufacture and Market
Their Own Product
I f you art t ir d of mllkli.g cows and net tln .small rtl ui n; If mil
want mon money for yi.ur butter sat; If you want t fn,"l fiotn
the danger of combinations to keep down the price paid mi : I f on
want t o t'et t he most for our cream and tn have a. voice in its
manufacture and sale, you will join the great movement tor
that is. sweeping over the state like wilnfiic and Income a member
Farmers' Co-operative Creamery and Supply Company fi
It N your only lioiK1 f irvl t int.- .wmr
f :i ir slia re of jirotit s from juiii tub-.
S ou lo the work y .nii-'lit l n-:i;
Ol'tril llize ! t"o-i ipev.l O ' f 'i Hit l ( il I lie
111 ill i ii f;i I in e a I ni sale. That .s t lie only
Tli is movement will ! i nit e .Vhhi en am
1 ! 1 1 I neei s in a li'.nil.'i eo-oini a I i e
The i n-ii-l y--i iii'ni k ii iilnl miller the
laws i if Nel 1 1 a-Ua. ha- a I re a I. V I Hi rehu--eilthe
imiiiedse plant, ciuipment ami
business of t he liarUinir Cream t o. nf
Omaha, with mure than : H i pain i:-.
ami a wel l-i -I a I ! i-Onii I 1:1 . 1. .
sow.- slat"! with a ;'n.inv'. ii:iii.'-
1 1 : 1 1. . Nomnne neeil le -Vlll ill
eM-rimeiititiiror in pioneer woi I., i tir
SEND FOR FULL PARTICULARS
Write t!:: for piospeci , of t he c. unpan v : 1 1 I I . i I I :t 1 1 icnlai s . .f . m plan foi iie.t i
I i mi out u h.v t he com I ion p:.i.l on ttt: a v. : '. ami 1 cei.i s n.. I..: I .;n t i I .
ii t i n 1 ra I Iowa than u as pa i i in i i t a -! ti a : i ! ! i a r si a t -.
I i in I ol ll I low to i.ee). .i.ur plotils ill
Farmers' Co-operative Creamery
First House West li. oc
i We Solicit the
and Gu.ifircc Stisfa cliou.
When in the City Give Us n Cti'.l
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" lydrcxclQ. vtiwtiz, Stiiofura ilMuL:'"
, r-T-'-'l f.-ir hy Ol:.-? trr:..- i." tic d:v'- '.Br.;.-ur. . ,"( .
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'.'i.i-"..-r.,:-.'ir-imrk. pf,n ' ntair.ii:? ft Till ." '" ' '
J -.--s fire'l crickiT thun at TTt LoJA c "srasr-o t a" f-T.ct c-p
. ..' i once c-i-rv '.n--. i-i plain P3Vc:in! -..
ir :..,u.i-L-Lt2s sii 5uU'-a-r:A-.wj sj;3oWiu(L.;
r:T r:o-p I iTH nun Dnnr.LAS St.. - - - G'.IAHA. N.
Two clays' treatment free. Kind's
Dyspepsia Tablets for impaired diges
tion, impure breath, perfect assimila
tion of food, increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the above
offer. Sold by Gering- & (Jo's drui
Miss Eleanor Wirt, who has been
enjoyiD? a visit with friends in this
city, returned to home in Coiincil
Bluffs, la., this afternoon.
Your money refunded if after usini;
three-fourths (f) of a tube of MaDZan,
you are dissatisfied. Hetum the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
your money will be cheerfully re
turned. Tade advantage of this offer.
Sold by Gering & Co's drutr store.
We have just received a car load of
of all kinds and at prices
that will save you money.
We make a specialty of hog
fencing at following- prices:
22c to 35c per rod
Also Glidden Barb Wire
AT RIGHT PRICES
n Hardware -
plant lias a capurlt y of 4iUmi ikiiiihIs of
Put ter, .'MHNt uuIJoiis of iee cream. 'Si Ion
of iee jt lay. anil a trool market foi
every ihiuihI we iroluee.
Memliers of the association tint onls
shate In t he prolits of t his entire lm-i
ness, hut also have their hulter I i
tminufuct ured anU mat keteil al act nil
ct st .
ill you. as n (-ream .producer ami
clea r-heiuieil huslness man. join ii'n
us in I In' movement for ci-i ipe i at a n
a ii' I coni n I of on i proi hut s.
h.v not n ap our legitimate profits
f ri Mil our c iv;i in ?
N h.v let t hem j." ' I o i 1 1 1 i 1 1 a cm i h h :.
t in or con i tii na! ii -n .
h.' t :i il I ii 1 1 ' i r i iii it 1 1 . -! is-
jnl'f o-. ll j i ' I, el s.
anil Supply Company, l1'-
00 PEV DAY
ESTAEL'SHZD IN OMAHA 25 YZAi- '0
A "l tl'ori.eil to t rent t'iironi-. Ncrvom ami s:,;..; ;; ; ;.
All iiiooietii!' fur::!: lift n iely lor ue. No m. i-. .u- .
r'tis Uru'j lisoii. -So ..'teriti;u Iroin lniui;:.s,
.'.'.i: :c:: is r.t a. !Ui:ac-; treatt U by ii,a;l a:. : exprr-'s.
: ircj !r, ,? I.rc ;a.a;"-. t;;i;:f. '... (e.r
Free Dance ai d Oyster Supper.
At SayJes hail in Ctdir Creek, YV. .V.
Ilarciay will i v- h;s annual dance ant",
oyster supper, free of cliarfc'f, t u I-'n-day,
February i:07. Kvcry o:.e i-i
cordially invited to attend
in the sociable ovcnii:?.
i:d sl ia re
"I'ineulf s"' (non alcoholic) iade
from resin from our I'ine Fore-its, used
for hundreds of years for Bladder and
Kidney diseases. MeJicine for thirty
days, SI. Guaranteed to pi ve satisfac
tion or monpy refunded. (Jet our
guarantee coupon from Goring & Co.
ffC fftrl ! or Indigestion.
JL - i Relieves scur stomach,
palpitation of the heart. Digests what you ea
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