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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1907)
Notice to Creditors.
STATE OK NKIIKA.KA.
Cum County. t
IN Cnl NTV ( (M KT.
I n the matter of tin- fMaN- of Sarah K. riiilpnt.
Nolli'f W hin'liv irlvfii that tin- rrtMlilor of
ku1I (as l III m--t f ! -xc-titr of atl
-Mate. l-fir in-. ou niy .1 ulir" of ' rouii
IV. Nt-hraska. ut tlx- -iinly rourt room In
I'lnltmiioiitli. In uli ounly. on ! 'Jlli lay of
Aj.rll. I!i7. and on tlx-7th lav of OrtolMT. 1!7.
at 10 oVIm-k. a. Hi..-a-li ilay. for lli itiiriMme of
lr-iit Intr lliclr i-lalniH for -miilna( Ion. al
Jutnifiit anil allowaiH'f.
Six moniliH from tlif .Mil ilay of April. 1W7.
arc allowt-l for lh 'rrllt4rH of salil l-'-asl
lo irt-if nt t)i'lr laliiit. ami oiw yi-ar for t !
'Xt-i'iitor to 4-tllc nalii -Mat-. from I lit lirt
ilay of NoTrinlx-r. I'.7.
Willi- my hanil ami M-al of all lounly
ronit, at I'latttnioutli. Ni-t.ra-.Ua. tliit I I'll IJ'
of Man-li. ln7. IUkvit l. Tkavi.
Iheai.I Count y J ultr.
liyron Clark, Attorney for Ein-utur.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Inthf matt-rof tin--tat- of Anlr- V-l-r.
Nolli-t-Is Ik rt'ti.v trlvi n lliat tli- rwWliors of
Maiil tit--taw-4l will iiiii-t tin almlni-lrator of
all fMatr. N-for- nw. i-ounty.Juijf"of .Ca-
-ininty.i-lraska. at the i-ounty niurt room In
I'lattMiioutli. In nalli-ounty, on tin-Jlh clay of
April. A. I.. IHu7.anlon tlie 7t Inlay of t-tier.
A. 1. l'.C. at lOoYloi-k a. ni.. -a-li lay. for lli-luriHis-of
iirt-M-ntint; their Halms for exami
nation, atljiiMmi-iit anil allowaiM-f.
Mt tnontliH from tli- jtli lay of April.
art- allow-! for I lie T-litor-t of saiil tt---a-M-i
to ir-x-nt their claims, and iiai
.war for tin- atlmini.! rator to m-i t It- said t-?tau-,
from tin-7tli day of January, l'.7.
WitiH'-H inv liand and M-al of said i-ounty
court, at I'lal tMiMiiitli. Nebraska, this llth day
of Man h, H7. lAitv:r l. Thavih,
lo i. County J iitlm.
ti. II. Wi lh nsli-k. Attorney for Administrator.
Notice of Probate of Will.
STATE or NKBKASKA. H
Cass County, I
I n the County Court of Cass County. Nebraska.
I n the matter of I lie estate of .lox-pli liraliam,
Not lc Is hereby irlveii to all et-sons lnt-r-ested
in Maid estate, that a M illion has Im--ii
ti !-! in the county court of Cass county. Ne
braska, pravintr for the probate of an instru
ment alletred to Ih- tin- last will and testament
of.losepli liraham. deceased, and for the ai-iMiintm-nt
of exii-utiix. and that a hearint;
will Im-had iimii saiil M-titioii in the county
court room of Casscounty. Nebraska, at I'latts
rnouth, in said county, on the Snh day of
March, A. I.. Ii'7. at in o'clock, a. m.
You are requested to apM-nr ami show cnus-.
if anv you have, atrainst said in-iH in on oiIm
fore the hour of iio'c lock. a. m. on said aith day
of March. l'.H'T.
Viti-ss my hand anil the seal of the county
ci.irt of Cass count'. Nebraska, this I4lli day
.f Man h. 1!'7. Haiivkv I . Thavis.
l-KAl.. I County .ludtre.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATT HI" NKHHAsKA.
Cass ( oi ntv.
I n the matter of t'.e i-siat
1 m Comity Court.
of William West-
Noli-'e is hfrel.y t'iviu that l lie i-r-ditors f
s;,:,! deceased will meet the Administ rator of
est ate, l-f-re me. County . I in!i-'e of Cass
C.i-iiity. Nebraska, at the Couui y Court room
in I'laitsinotiih. in said Count y.'iM h on the day
of Mari-h. 1'.'7. and on tie- day of Septcm-t.-
r. I'."7. at in o'.'I.k-U A. M.. each day. for t lie
l ..:rtNs-1 f pii-s-nt int.' I heir claims for exaini
i :.-i-m. ad iu-t meiit and allow am-e.
si months, from March -i'th. !!'7. are nl
f.ir tilt- i-redilofs of s.-.id deceased to
present their claims, ami one year and si
months for tin- Administrator lo set t le .said
t st ate. from i he -1st day of .1 a unary. 1''7.
Witness p'.v hand and seal of said County
C . .rt. :n I'lattsin.cit'i, Nebraska, this 'Jinli day
f .li.nuai.v. !.';.
I! uivi v I. Thavis.
County .1 udtrc.
-r M.. I
Notice to Creditors.
S: of Nebraska.
t ass County.
! ii t in- mat ti r f :
I ii County Court,
st ate of Emma Walk-
V.it ice is lierebv irivetlthat tilt
credit ors tf
sa.d decease I will meet t lie r.ccul ll oi saui
t s-, ate. In-fore inc. I 'ount y .1 mitre of Cass Conn
iv. Nebraska, at the County Court room in
i 'hit tsiuou: h. in said count y. on t he 7t h dsv f
i'ebt-uary. l'.7. ami on the 'J7tli day of Aiurust.
::C. at lUo'. lock a. in.. acti day. for the pur
p.se of prest ntiie-' their claims for examina
tion, adjustment ami allowance.
Six months are allowed for the creditors of
suid deceased lo present their claims, and one
year ami six months for the Kxecutrix tosettle
said estate, from the Ji.ih day of January. 17.
Witness in jr hand and seal of said Count y
Court. at I'lattsinouth. Nebraska, thisiiith iay
of January. I'-':. Haiivey 1. Travis.
(ucxi I County Judtre.
LAND FOR SALE,
Id the matter of the estate of Harriet Klser
Notice is hereby iriven that by virtue and in
mirvniikviif an orier of license made in said
matter - by the count y-ourt -of Cs .cwihjv
Nebraska, on the lith lay of 'March. A.
I'JOT. the undersleneu I. J. ntman. executor ai
of the last will ami testament of Harriet Klser
tleceased. will on the
23d Day of March, A. D 1907
r nun'i-ln-k i in., at the south door of the
court house in the city of IMattsmouth. Cass
county. Nebraska, will sell at public auction,
the following descrlbfd land situated In, the
sounty of Cass, to-wlt: The south one-half of
the southeast quarter, sect loa3i. township 12.
.,r n citnt siiiintr eiifhtv acres: also the
south one-half of the north one-half of the
southeast Quarter, section XZ. ramre 12, town-
hTerms of Sale: Cash. Said sale will lie held
lw.r. IK. I. lMTMAN.
Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Harriet Klser. oeceaseu.
Hated this 15t Ii day of Eebruary, 1W7.
aidTlcE IS 1IEKEBY GIVEN THAT THE
" undersigned has filel his petition as re
i i t... t... ci.tiiiM rf t lif slate of Nebras
ka. with the county clerk of Cass county. Ne
braska, reuuestinjr a license 10 sen ui.h,
ituous ami iiivuflnMuvi i . f
mencimr Mav i. in lot 1. block 4. at Cedar
Cret k. Casscounty. Nebraska.
W. M. HAKCI.. . Applicant.
March is. IwC.
VDTICK.b HEKEBV lilVEN THAT THE
- undersinetl has tiled his s-t H ion as re
quired by the statutes of the state of Nebraska
ith the city clerk of the ctty of IMattsmouth.
Nebraska, request int.' a license to sell malt,
soirinious and vinous li.iu'!. for the mumci
i.al vear. in the buihiinu' situated on the west
-lf ( w'- of lot nine ('.' in block twenty-lime
i'io in ihe city of ,la"r".,"'"-1Slil-'?Sb':
t ., : tC W. M. l!.u(. 1.
Worked Like a Charm.
Mr. D. N. Walker, editor of that
spicv Journa!, the Enterprise, Louisa,
Va , says: "1 ran a nail in my foot
last'week and at. once applied Buck
len's Arnica Salve. No intlimmation
followed: the salve simply healed the
wound." Heals every sore, turn and
skin disease. Guaranteed at F. G.
Fricke & Co. W druggists. 25c.
Are you tired, fagged cut, nervous,
sieepleis, feel mean? Ilollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea strdngthens the nerves,
aids digestion, brings refreshing sleep.
05c, Tea or Tablets. Gerlng & Co.
Our watches are good and our prices
Hy O. A. LeK)
Corrected weekly by Martin Ss Tool,
who pay the highest prices for produce
and guarantee satisfaction:
SitHnfM Itirlit ....
OKA IN MAHKETS.
34 and 33c
Rock Island Time Table.
No. 41, rrail 8:15 a. m
rso. "o. local
8:55 a. m.
No. 5. mail
No. 37, mail
. 3:00 p. m.
. 5:53 p. m.
.12:30 a. m.
.10:55 a. m.
,. 1:14 p. m.
. 2:35 p. m.
No. J0, freight
No. 38, mail
No. 70, Local
No. 6, maii
Farmer Wendtbas got the premium
price for horses in this neighborhood,
having sold a tine one the other day
for two hundred and fifty dollars.
Fred Wilkins returned Wednesday
from bis trip to South Dakota.
A new case of measles has broken
out at the J. Krecklow's home.
Charley Bauer and sister, Miss Ida,
visited in Lincoln several days last
Mrs. Mat Thimgan transacted busi
ness in Omaha Friday.
Geo. Leis had a telephone installed
at his home Friday.
Neighbor Arthur Ilikll and wife de
parted for Chicago Monday.
Our genial postmaster, Roy B. Cox
and wife, visited relatives at Univers
ity Place over Sunday.
Pat Kelly, of Plattsmoutb, visited
at O. E. McDonald's Sunday.
II. V. McDonald received a card
from his brother Wednesday, which
was mailed at Nagasaki, Japan, and
stated that he was homeward bound.
Carroll Colbert was in charge of the
postoflice Sunday during the postmas
Emil Kuehn made his annuel trip
down from Lincoln Sunday.
A small freight wreck occurred on
the Rock Island at Prairie IlomeSun
day morning. A broken truck was
about all the damage done. No. 41
was sent over the Burlington and we
had to read Almanacs instead of our
We have taken in iive applications
for the M. W. A in the last week.
W. T. Weddell transacted business
in Murdock Sunday and Monday.
Dave Thimgan pulled in from Sut
ton Sunday, and reports having killed
about twenty:five ducks wnne out
F. Stock shipped two cars of stock
to South Omaha Tuesday.
J. J. Gustia shipped a car of stock to
South Omaha Tuesday.
Herman Kupke shipped a car of
stock to South Omaha Tuesday.
J. W. Shank visited relatives in this
burg over Sunday.
C.J. Leis and family visited rela
tives in the country Sunday.
Wm. Dunn is canvassing this neigh'
lorhood for , good horses .thls week.
Farmer Wendt and Tom Cromwell are
also doing some ' business.
Five car load of stock shipped out of
Murdock in one day is Tuesday's re
Miss Mayme Schewe returned Mon
day from a week's visit in Lincoln.
Miss Meta Neltzel is visiting friends
in Lincoln this week.
C. J. Leis and Bert Hunt are re
pairing a church at Wabash this week.
S. M. Cox is entertaining his sister,
Mrs. Sam Idle of Oklahoma, this week.
John Rideeway visited with his
family in Syracuse over Sunday.
Mrs. E. L. Tool, Mrs. Paul Schewe
and Miss Buena DeWirth visited in
I. G. nornbeck departed for Bir
mingham, Alabama, where he will en
joy a mdnth's vacation.
A divorce was granted to Mrs. Jas
Crawford of Lincoln on Wednesday of
Mrs. O. E. McDonald is visiting
relatives in Plattsmoutb this week.
G. L. Colbert and wife were visiting
in Lincoln Tuesday.
II. T. Richards, of Wabash, leased a
piece of land laying south of Richard's
Park, to a firm on Tuesday, who will
have aside track run into a point
where the old brick yard used to stand
and will take clay out of there to be
used in making tile. . Mr. Richards
has leased this piece of land for 20
J. T. Crawford and O. II. Eggleston
departed for Oklahoma Tuesday.
Mr. Emil Mueller is visiting his
sister, Mrs. Aug. Kuehn, this week.
We hear that Rev. Lehman will re
turn to Murdock for another year.
If you want up-to-date millinery
goods wait for M. FaDger's grand open
ing next Saturday.
WHEN MITCHELL FELL
Graphic Story of How the Oregon
Senator Took a Two Thou-sand-Dollar
THERE WERE TWO $1,000 NOTES
First He Refused to Take but Ona
Finally lie Af5eitl Iloth, ami Lti-
llrriiiann ae Putrr Hi lt
riits on Iaitd in
Washington, Marrh 21. A. D. Fil
ter, r who ' gave Ins rMtlence as hip
Mnltnoiiisih county Jail, Ore., -where he
has Hfrved six months of u two years'
sentence for land frauds, was a wit
ness for the government in the Her
mann tiial here. Filter talkitl with
out InteTiijition for ii half hour, anil
gave with startling directness the full
detail." of theriifticulties and cost which
had attinded his efforts to obtain
patents to twelve homesteads in the
Cascade forest reserve, now known as
the "eleven-seven" frauds in Oregon.
He said he lirst "rounded up" ten peo
ple and .made an agreement to pay
them $15o each to make entries to the
claims and turn over the deeds to him.
"Squares" the Special Agent.
He then saw 1 r. I.ooinis, the special
agent of the land otlice in that state,
gave linn ?.!( to make a iavoraiue re
port on the claims, and promised him
a like amount when the patents should
issue. He also endeavored to "li::
tliMigs" with Orii'sby, the state forest
er. !iy giving Ornisliy's son $500. Aft
er the I.ooinis report reached Wash
ington Filter learned that something
was wrong, and as he had been here
several times before and knew Her
mann very well he decided to come at
once, on arriving at Washington a)
called on Senator iMtchell with a let
ter of introdjictien which toh'. Mitchell
that Pnter w;uld "pay well" to Lave
lie I'ses ii Fair Ally.
He aNo called on Hermann, who
told him tiiat things might be going
along all right. Mitchell advised Filter
to send for Mrs. Watson, who had
made one of Filter's entries, am! Filter
sent for her. She came and wiili
Mitchell and Filter called in Hermann.
Mitchell advised Mrs. Watson to call
fieipienily mi Hermann "you w il find
him a v ry agroabie old man." he said.
Mrs. Watson did this, but alter a few
days Hermann told Filter that his fFii
ter'si clr.ints needed more proof. This
completely knocked Filter out. and
Hermann advised him to gi back to
Oregon and get his proof.
I'arlies Thereto Are I'uter, Mitchell
and Two $1,000 Hills.
I'uter testified that he at once called
on Mitchell, who also advised the same
way, after hearing the situation. I'u
ter said he told both Mitchell and Her
mann that it was useless to do this;
that the people who had made the en
tries were scattered, and it would be
useless to try to get proof from them;
beside, he said further, if he did get
them together they would hold him
up for more than he had first paid
him. Ho talked the matter over witb
Mitchell for two Lours, as the result
of which iMtchell went to see Her
mann that day. .That. night, he called
'on Mitchell' and had : another confer
ence with him.
It was at this conference, he said,
that he took out two $1,000 bills and
laid them on the table in front of
Mitchell, saying that this amount rep
resented all that he(Futer) could spend
on the claims, and get out whole if
he got the patents. He testified that
he told Mitchell to take the money and
ge the patents. He said that Mitchell
took one of the bills and tossed it over
to Filter, saying that Puter could not
afford to spend so much.
Puter said he tossed the bill back,
and it passed several times in this
way. Finally, Puter testified. Mitchell
took both bills and kept them, and said
he would see What could be done.
Mitchell called on Hermann that day,
and then advised Puter to call off him.
This Puter says he did, and Hermann
told him. that he thought things could
be arranged so that the patents would
issue. He said he had taken the mat
ter up personally. The witness testi
fied that Iitehell saw Hermann again
t'"e next day, and later that day I'u
ter met Hermann on the street. Her
mann shook hands with him. he said,
said he had seen Mitchell, and that his
patents would be issued.
Filter went west at once, stoppiufT
for a few days at P.orkeloy. Cal.. and
when lie reached Portland he found
tli? patents awaiting him.
Rig IIiuicli of Indictments.
San Francisco, March '21. Tiie
grand jury has returned seventy-live
indictments charging bribery. Of these
rixty-five were agaiilsf IvbfUnam Ituof
and ten against T. V- Halsey, ex-general
?gent of the racitie States Tel
phone company. Halsey is now in Ma
nila installing a telephone service.
Great Victory for Nicaragua.
Washington, March 21. A late
dispatch received by the Nicaraguan
minister says that the united armies 'of
Salvador and Honduras, numbering 5,
000, after a three day's battle at Na
masigue. have been defeated by tkJ
army of Nicaragua.
Complies with all TfXjuirements.of
Advice of the largest coffee
in the world is' always to buy the old
fashioned Arbuckles ARIOSA Coffee in
the sealed packages; Don't ask for a pound of Mocha and Java, cr Luybv, the price.
for Coffee fluctuates and you cannot get the same coffee for the same price all the tune
unless you pay too much for it Most of the so-called Mocha and Java Coffee is simply
masquerading, and is not nearly as good coffee for you as Arbuckles ARIOSA, the blend
f .1 D ! r it ...it., i . i i i i . . i
oi uie prazman v-onees most suitable to the tasle and health ot mencan people. Ly me
' looks there is no difference between roasted Java and Brazilian Coffees ; many people drink Brazilian but pay for Java.
The principal difference is that Arbuckles costs you less. It is a mistake to believe that a high price guarantees
quality. When you buy Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee, you get a full one pound package of the leading Coffee of the
world. Its sales for 37 years are greater than the combined sales of all the ether packaged coffees. By giving better
Coffee for the money, we have built up c buciness exceeding the combined butincttcs of the four next largest coffee firmi
in the whole world. If your dealer will not supply the genuine, write lo arbuckle bros.. New Yk Oy. "
STULL GRANTED NEW TRIAL
After Hearing Arguments on Motion Made
by Defendant Court Sets Aside Verdict.
THE TRIAL TO BE HAD NEXT SEPTEMBER
Plaintiff in Life Insurance Case cf John
Sebesta, Sr., et al., vs Supreme Court
of Honor, Awarded $1,197.56.
After bearing the arguments Fri
tion for anew trial in the criminal
case of State. vS C. L. .Stull, the court
set aside the verdict of guilty returned
by the jury, and granted the defend
ant a new trial, which will be had at
the September term of district court.
The trial, which was had at the
February term of court, and in which
the jury found Stull guilty of assault
to commit great bodily harm upon a
young man namea Jesse tureen, at
tracted wide spraad attention, and
was attended by many citizens.
Among the reasons advanced by A
N. Sullivan for tha defendant, in the
motion for new trial, was that the
verdict given appeared-to have been
rendered under the inlluence of pas
sion or prejudice, and that the verdict
was not sustained by sufficient evi
dence The trial of John SebestB, sr., et al,
vs The Supreme Court of Honor, a
fraternal organization, was concluded
at the session of district court held
yesterday afternoon, and the case sub
mitted to the jury, who after being
out but a short time returned a ver
dict awarding the plaintiff a judg
ment in the sum ot $1,197.56, which
was accepted and tiled by the clerk
and thfe jury discharged ri -
The above suit was brought by the
legal heirs of Antone Sebesta to re
cover $1,000 on a death benefit certifi
cate issued by the defendant, the
Supreme Court of Honor. At a former
trial before a jury, the plaintirTs were
awarded judgment, but the defendant
appealed to supreme court, where the
verdict was reversed and a new trial
The following gentlemen composed
the jury who tried the case: B. W.
Fivingston, Henry Creamer, W. C.
Bartlett, Walter Barker, Wm. Niday,
A. C. Tulene, J. D. Bramblett, F. A
Cremer, J.JH. Salsbury, F. A. Davis,
Fred Denson and John Busche.
After a jury had been selected and
sworn in to hear the case of Bank of
Cass county vs J. H. Hall and J. M.
Craig, the plaintiff moved that the
case be dismissed at its costs except
cost of deposition taken by the defend
ants. . The case having been settled
out of court, the jury was discharged.
The action was brought to recover
judgment on two promissory notes
given to the plaintiff by the defend
ants. The settlement of the aqove case
brought to a conclusion the jury term
of district court, and the jurors were
accordingly discharged and allowed to
return home. Court adjourned this
noon until Wednesday, Judge Jessen
and Court Reporter Tuggart returning
to Nebraska City this afternoon.
I X mmmm
jKcJS'ationaJ.Pure Food Law,- Gu&r&ntee
i ir i irw -
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H GEFLING CO.,
! H nRursfiisTS Hi
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
First House West B. & M. Depot
We Solicit the Farmers Trade
and Guarantee Satisfaction.
When in the City Give Us a Call
J5he Perkins Hotel
ALL KINDS OF tILg-LIWD, BLCCPIMG. IHTHMAL, KKTKWWALOW ITCHING
PILES OUWKP WITHOUT
A guarantee given In vary cm taken
5f 4 Baa Builuina;, umini, niorin
low Pi tanca Phone Pougiaa 1424.
in Sawyer" and Bayfield Counties
without a' house J at; from $5.00 to $15.00 per acre. Good soil, running
water.plenty of 'timberifor fuel, fine climate no blizzards, no drouth,
close to . markets,, Minneapolis and St. Paul on the south, Duluth and
Supe'rior.on the 'north. Best of railroad facilities, schools and churches
already, established'an ideal dairy country. If you want a "square deal''
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No.t204l, filed at WaiJiincton.
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