The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, July 18, 1907, Image 5

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    Classified
Fine Stock and Grain Farm
l'tr sal1 tit" ;nTc"i. 5 mllci from htmii town.
Ii:iir tiixHitti fririn linnl. Ii.il.iiwf line roll In:;
uri- html. Im I i.f si. 1 1 f..r .-ill ;.-r:mi-. urnl :il
filf... '.-rHtiit li !. n mI li.-irn. l .ul.i i-ril-.
I)f..l..f i-.iiii.- -I,. tui g'N'il whs :uil
wind inli !; lit v "f fruit. This farm Is r-;il-
Iv wrlli ... l.i.- it.. ,r asl.t-fl I'rm 1r
si. m l 1 1 im' t ii : v l i" r aT- -.-l.il r-as.iis
f. r s ! 1 1 1 . V 1 1 f . .r i ! r 1 1 si .f shtI.il Imr
l'a ! n s. I'l l l l tllll I! I Mow. In.
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l.rMlil'li.n. Ni draska.
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sji a.-ri- farm
I i.f l.rui'l Island. Ihhisi-.
li:ini trr:,f.-r ir :iif:i!f.i
i tvT Ji"l a.-r- ran' li In M ill niiini ?ln.i"l.
W ril I li 1 1 .V II ust' n. r and I -Inn I. .N'lir iska
tvT 'Jinn i a.-r- ram li In I
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1 WHS
Choice liisi'l.- lis A nt-U-s resilience pn n-r
ty for s:ili' r will lr:ole fr asti-ru Nt-draska
l.tntl. l-.lht r'm linns-, nil iiiixiern conven
iences. l' ii minute from down town. Im alnl
on inn' of tin- linst resilience street. I .a rife
lot -iiif alniii? palms ami tropli'al fruits.
I'rlce l I. mm. This Is not a trading pniiert v.
If Interest-! and iii-aii luistni-ss. write for
(lliolo'rapli . l:. I tall. I'M C'A KTr.lt.
J wks lixliiKloO. Ncl.r.iska.
FARM! FARM!
I hin t miss t Ills. I hi you want a jrood stin k
f irm.- I lian-aTfs only ti niili-s from if hm!
twn In ii' I'oiintv. Nlir;isk:i. well Im
proveil. :jo acres tllluhle land. iKilaiii't routfli
pasture land, stream of water runs through
I lie farm f iirnl-tilnit plenty of water for stock.
I'rlcv of tin farm Is ft per arre. k-mhI terms.
II vi-IX) arri s of liii land 10 mill's nort Ii of
1hapiel. county sea I of Ilucl roiiiity. sill fenc--l.
mi l-tter land In the state. Is all level and
liii Krass. price I3 per acre: have all kinds of
Improved and unimproved lands Imtli In east
ern ami western NelirasUa anil Kansas. Write
for price list ami Information.
M. II. IIaim-ox.
Central City. Nel.raska.
400 ACRES
ltes,t sI'M-k farm In Dawson i-ounty. Sixteen
liuildinxs all painted. Klrst-i'lass I'ouditioii.
Kemel and i-ross-fenred. l.K) ai'rs in wheat
anil corn, it' km I alfalfa. 3 miles from ciMinty
seat. All tine level land. Fine neli;Miorlio wl.
;iose to si-hool. telephone line. Well worth
.ilan acre. I luprovenientsj cost over P'tUK
I'rice 1ii per acre.. Reasonable terms.
IJ. K I'llWKI.I.
Lexington. Nebraska.
liiO-a're farm 2 miles from lexlnston. no
improvements. ft-S iutm of good alfalfa riieiwl-i
ow. Halanceor land In cultivation and level
as a tloor. in crop this year. Price per acre
.1. Ii. .Miti'iiki.i, Kkai. Kstatk Co..
I.exliiKton. Nebraska.
A SNAP!
tl acres of uplands. 250 acres under culti
vation. T-rooni house, new ham for twenty
head, all fenced and crossed at only $15 per
acre for short time. .More good bargains.
Farmers are prospiTtnn here. Write or come
til "11 lm. list. li KOKI3K SHP.M A.
Iw Lexington. Nebraska.
Legal Notice
Notice is hereby iriven that at the hour of III
o'clock. A. M..OH the sih day of .Inly. A. 1 1..
1'.I7. in the office of the county juihre in the
court house ill the city of I'lattsmouth. in Cass
county. Nebraska, a hearimr will lie had on the
aiiplication of Nancey K.WVlch u apixiint Wm.
I. Ilavis as administrator of the estate of
Harvey M. Kounsavell. dweased. That at said
I ime evidence will Im heard on said application
and if not contested said application will lie
a How til and the said Wm. It. Ilavis apitointed
as such administrator and letters of adminis
tration issued to him on said estate.
Hated .1 line sth. l'.l7.
Iskai.I Hakvkv li. Tkavis.
. I esse I.. Knot. Attorney. foil lit y .1 udire.
Final Settlement
STATK OF N FB1JASKA. I .
Cass Count y.
lnlbe matter of the estate of Mary Minnie
Farmer, deceased.
All iersoiis interested in said est ate are here
by not itied that a hearing will Ik had in final
settlement ill said estate on the ith day of
July. A. IL. ism;, at II o'clock A. M.. at the
county court roc-m at I'lattsmouth: that all ob
jections to the allowance of the final report of
the administrator and the iietitiou Hied by
said administrator lie riled in county court, on
or liefore In o'clock. A. M.. of said th day of
July. I'.HT. or the prayer of the iietitiou will be
irranted and said reiHirt passed and approved
and the admin 1st rator discharged.
Iskxi.I II nivir Ii. Travis.
Wm. iv Icslvriiic r. Att'y. County .1 ul;re.
THE BURLING
TON OFFICIALS
They Visit the City and Look
Over the Shops
The visit of Vice President Willard,
C. E. Perkins, Manager Holdrejre and
Superintendent Calvert to our city yes
terday was very brief and to the point.
They took in the shops and viewed the
doings of the flood, and seemed well
pleased that the flood was not worse.
One of the party made the remark that
from the accounts he had read of the
flood he thought that one-half the shop
buildings at least were inruins. After
going over the entire ground they seem
ed pretty well satisfied that the flood
reports were somewhat imaginary, and
. that' the cost of repairing them would
at least be one-half less than the lowest
estimate made the morning after the
catastrophe.
In accordance with the wishes of these
officials, the work of repairing the shops
goes on as rapidly as possible. They
are all of the opinion that with the do
nation of Lincoln avenue for sewerage
purposes, they can soon be in shape to
defend the shops against all the water
that may descend in the future. They
seemed to be well pleased with the offer
ing of the city. Work goes traveling on
at the shops and it will not be many days
until you wont know that a flood ever
visited them.
Looses Young Chickens
There is one loss that escaped our
notice in figuring up the losses in the re
cent flood, and we would never have
known about it, had we not seen it in
one of the Chicago papers. Here it is:
Tlattsmouth Neb., July 8-Duringthe
storm and flood Saturday night. July 6,
Mrs. W. E. Rosencrans lost her entire
flock of young chickens by drowning
twenty-five in number." This is too bad,
and we are sorry, because it wilI"Rosey"
sout of many a good fry.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
Final Notice
In tin- d Isl i li I coin J if Cass coil nt .v . Nil 'I ask a.
Tin1 - ,, Net, i asi, a. I'l a! nt i ti .
V s
Tlie scwi'ul parci Is of land ln i ei naf I r ile-scH'-'i
ami all erso!s and i'hi m ii al Ions
ha 1 i.t i ! ' la Im I ni.' I It ! t" or any imiiest.
li-lii iti I:imii in or to such pai.'i ls of real
estate or aiivpait lliei-.f. I ii-friiilniiis.
Tract No. 302
To ii nl. now ii lni I s of I!. II. Falon. iIitium d.
nil, ii'. ii hfiisof V. 1 1. Miriiaiii. ill -ceased.
A. i.. lex aiiili-r and l ei n lln and wife,
ii"". i -i I .dr.
N.l ice is I ii-1 .y i-'i i-n 1 1 1 at ini'li.- a di-i-i of
I he dist i i.-l coin I of said coiini.. r-iiil-ii-d in
the slate lax suit f"t the year l'.'4. the f'.liow-
inir d-s4'i iln-d it-al -si ai sii uali'd in tin un-
I y of Cass and si al of N l.i asl, a. tow n :
l.oi Inr l.'ii. l.liM'1. I -An liiiiiiln-il and Iwcnt.v
foiir .-. i. I'latlsinoiiili.
Tract No.2SO
To Mr,. M. .-slant'lio r.
Not ice is lii-reiiv trt v -u t hat under a decree
of I he ilisi i let con i t of said count . rendered in
t be si ale t ax suit for the year l'm4 t he follow -i
nr desci ll4-d real i-st ale si I ua t i'l in t he ci ill n
l y of I 'ass and si ale of Nchraska to-wit :
ll ten I Im. bliNk one hundred and eleven
till). I'latlsiiioiit li.
Tract No. 252
To A M jab II arris. unU in w n hei is of . N . Mer
rlain. deceased, and A. K. Alexander.
Not Ice is hereby k'lven that uiiil;r a decree
of t he dist rlcl court of said count y rendered in
t he st ati-I ax suit for the year l't the follow
ing described real est nt-sii uatiMl In the coun
ty of Cass and stall' of Nebraska, to-wit :
I one ( I ). block one hundred and twenty-Iw.iirj-J).
I'lattsiiiout h.
Tract No. 481
To Frank Toinas and wife. Mrs. Frank Tomas.
Not ic Is herehy ifi vi-ii that under a dis-rec
of the dist let court of said county rendered In
the slate tax suit for the year I'.m4 t he fol low
ing di-scrilied real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and slate of Nebraska, to-wit :
!ls tliree and four Cl-4. block twenty (3D.
Iluke's addition to I'lattsmouth.
Tract No. 458
To unknown heirs of V. II. Mertlatn. deceased.
unknown heirs of K. II. F'aton. dii-cascd, A .
F A lexander. Charley II. Coaaut.
Not ice Is hereby irl ven that uiid-r a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for tlie year IwH the follow
ing described real estate situated In the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit :
It two C.'). block eU'ht s). Iluke's addition
to I'lattsmouth.
Tract No. 449
To Brldiret McKvit.A. K. Alexander, unknown
heirs of W. 1 1. Merrlam. dei'easi'd.
Notice is hereby ici veil that under a decree
of the dist rlct court of said county rendered in
the stale lax suit for the year I MM the follow
ing described real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and slate of Nebraska, to-wit:
l.ot five (a), block three :i). Iluke's addition
to Piatt sinout h.
Tract No. 354
To Frank Calley and wife. Mrs. Frank Calley.
. Notice is hereby jfiven that under a decree
of'the dfsttiit 'oUrt of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year I M4 the fol low -inir
described real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit:
Itsone and two (I -'J), block four (4). Yountr
& Hays' addition to I'lattsmouth.
Tract No. 335
To unknown heirs of Thos. (iordon. deceased.
Not ice is hereby tiven that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year 1MM the follow
ing ilescrllied real est ate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit :
IaA eijrht (). block thirteen (i:. Townseiid's
addiiiou to I'lattsmouth.
Tract No. 254
To A. K. Alexander, .lames A. Honelati. M. V.
(ireeii. unknown heirs of M. N . Meri iam. de
ceased. ami K. II. Katon and his unknown
heirs.
Notice is hereby iri veil that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year lMM the follow
ing descrilied real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass anil state of Nebraska, to-wit :
!t ten (Hi), block one hundred and twenty
two (li:). I'lattsmouth.
Tract No. 253
To IJeorce F. Schryder and wife. Mrs. Georsre
F. Schryder.
Notice is hereby iriven that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year IMM the follow
ing descrilied real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit:
Lt two (). block one hundred and twenty
t wo I i-' I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, were on theTt h
day of Novemlier. IMM. duly sold at public ven
due by the county treasurer of satd-county in
the manner provided by law and the period of
redempt ton from such sale will expire on the
Ttli day of Novemlier. lite
Vou are further notified that the owner of
the certificate of tax sale issued by the treas
urer will make application to the court in the
aliove ent it led causes for confirmation of such
sale as soon as practicable after the iieriod of
redemption has expired and you are notified
that the time anil place of the hearing uion
such conrirmat ion will lie euteied in the con
ti i mat ion record kept by the clerk of said
court on or liefore the 7th day of November.
IM'T. You will examine said confirmation rec
ord to ascertain t he time of such hearinif and
may lie present, if you desire, to make any ob
jections or show cause why the sale should not
lie confirmed. V. V. Coates
A . .1. Heeson. Atty. t )wner of Certificates.
Final Notice.
I n the dit rid court of Cass county. Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska. Plaintiff
vs.
The several parcels of land hereinaf ter de-scrilM-d.
ami all persons and coriiorations
having or claiming title to. or any interest,
riirht or claim in or to such parcels of real
estate, or any part thereof. 1 efendaiits.
Tract No. 280
To Aiisrliim H. Smith and Sylvira K. Smith, his
wife.
Not ice Is hereby iriven that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state lax suit for the year I'AM the follow
ing descrilied real estate situated in tin coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit:
IaH one i I ). block one hundred and sixty-six
(I'i). I'lattsmouth.
Tract No. 283
To John Frederick, unknown heirs of S. N.
Merriam. deceased, and A. K. Alexander.
Notice is hereby riven that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year IMM the follow
ing descrilied leal estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit:
Lot eirht (). block one hundred and sixty
six(lrai). I'lattsmouth. were on the 7th day of No
vemlier. IMM. duly sold at public vendue by the
county treasurer of said county in the manner
provided by law and the iieriod of redemption
from such sale will expire on the 7th day of
Novemlier. 1MI7.
You are further notified that the ownerof the
certificate of tax sale issued by the treasurer
will make application to the court in the aliove
entitled causes for confirmation of such sale as
soon as practicable afterthe period of redemp
tion has expired, and you are hereby notified
that the time and place of the hearing upon
such confirmation will lie entered in the
confirmation record kept by the clerk of
said court, on or liefore the 7th day of Novem
ber A. 1). 1M)7. You will examine said confir
mation record to ascertain the time of such
hearing and may be present, if you desire, to
make any objections or show cause why the
sale should not lie confirmed.
Allen. I. Beeson. .1. 1'. Falter.
Attorney. Ownerof Certificates.
Notice of Final Hearing
IN TIIK COI NTV COI'KT Hi- THF.ftU N-
ty of Cass. Nebraska.
I ii t he matter of the estate of Nicholas and Kl
len Trook. deceased.
Not ice is hereby jriven that on t he i-t it ion of
the administrator for final settlement and dis
tribution, a hearing will lie had at mvorhceat
i o'clock A. M.. July 6. IMC A. by which
hour all objections thereto must lie filed and
at said time a decree of distribution will lie
entered.
I ated t his SMh day of June. IMC A. 1.
Iskai.I By the Court.
II akx-ey D. Travis.
Hyron Clark. Attorney. County Judye.
NOTICE!
Notice is hereby sriven that John H. Schmidt
of the villaire of Avoca. Cass county. Nebraska,
has filed a petition on the 1st day of July. IMC
as required by the statutes of the state of Ne
braska and the ordinances of the said village
of Avoca. to sell malt, splritous and vinous
liduors for the municipal year ending April 30.
1M.M. In a huildin situated on lot five (5). block
thirteen (HI), fronting on House street in said
village. L. .1. M arwuardt.
Village Clerk.
Final Notice
I n t he d ist rlct con 1 of Cass con nt y, Neln ask a.
The ."date of Nebraska. Plaint l!T.
Vs
Tin- several parcels of land heieluafter dc
s'i Hed and all persons and coi im i al ions
liav im; or lalmln' t it e to or any Interest,
i i'lii oi claim In or to such iaices of real
est ale oi u n.v pail lln-i'-of. I lefei.dants.
Tract No. 523
'li. W ill!. mi s. j,e and wife. Mis Williams.
W Is.-.
ol ice Is hel I iy t'i ell I 1 1 al II III le- u liei--i-- of
I Ii" il Isl i l.-l ci ni ft of vinl county nml'ii'i in
I lie si ale t a suit f'.l I lie eal rd. Iln follow -
I uir described real est ate sit u al in 1 he con nt .
of ass and stale of Nel.iaska. lo-wit:
l.ot foil I II I II ( I 1 I. I.li -k cle ell I I I I. I In .111 1 1
sol is ad III I mi I o I 'I:: I I sill. Ill ii.
Tract No. 524
To Inn lie I :. W al d an. I .Ml.'. M I s. Chaii;.- '..
U ai d.
Not i -e is lie ret .v irl eii that iiii'ier a deer-- of
t lie .list ri'-l coin l of saiil county i.-ml. n-il in
I be si at- tax suit for I he year IM'4. tin- follow
llli.' llesi'l-iiM-d real -st ate sit null' ill t he county
of ass and si ate of Nebraska, low it :
Ijits fifteen, sixteen, seventeen and clirhtccll
( l."-l;-l7-s. block eleven I 1 1 ). T In ill 1 1 is. m's ad -(lit
ion lo Plat tsinoiit Ii. were on the in Ii day of
November. IM4. duly sold at public vendue by
t he county t ri-asiirei of said count y in I be man
lier provided by law and tin iieriod of redemp
tion from such sale will expire on t In- !H h day
of Novemlier. IMC
You are f u rt her not I tied t hat t heow ner of t he
cert itii-ate of I ax sail' Issued by the treasurer,
will make application to the court In tin-alnive
en! It led cause for coiitirmat ion of said sale as
soon as pra. t Icable after the iei lol of redi'inp
tbalbas expireil. and you an- hereby not Hied
that the time and place of the hearing' uixin
siii li coiitirmat ion will Im- entered in tin'
coiitirmat ion record kept by the clerk of . said
court, on or liefore t he tit Ii day of No vein I mt. A.
I. IMi. You will examine said coiitirmat ion
record to ascert aln I be I line of said hearing
and may In present, if you desire, to make any
object ions or show cause why the sale should
not lie confirmed.
Allen J. Iteeson. .1. P. I-'AI.TKK.
Attorney. I iwner of Cert iticates.
Final Notice.
Trad No. -JTt.
I n t he disl rid court of Cass county. Nebraska.
Tlie State of Nebraska. Plaintiff
vs.
The several pa reels of land hereinafter describ
ed and all iiersoiisand coriiorat ions havinif or
claluiimr title to. or any interest ritfht, or
claim in or to such parcels of real estate, or
any part thereof. I lefendants.
To Henry H. Nelson. Mrs. Henry II. Nelson,
unknown heirs.devlsees and successors in in
terest of said Nelsons. A. K. Alexander. Mrs.
J.W: Shlrkey. J. V. Shirkey.and Chas.Morris.
executors of the will and testament of But It
C. Merriam. deceased, and to all iiersons un
known who have or claim an Interest in the
real estate described lie low:
Notice is hereby iriven that under a decree of
the district court of said county rendered In
tlie state tax suit for tlie year IMM. the follow
ing descrilied real est ate situate in the county
of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit :
It eleven (11). block eirhty-four(4). in the
city of I'lattsmouth. was on tlie 7th day of No
vemlier. lMMdu.ly sold at public vendue by. the
the county treasurwrofViaid county In the man
ner provided by law and the period of redemp
tion from such sale will expire on the 7th day
of Novemlier. IMC
You are further notified that the ownerof
the certificate of tax sale issued by the treas
urer will make application to the court in tlie
aliove entitled cause for confirmation of said
sale as soon as practicable after tlie iieriod of
redemption has expired, ami you are hereby
notified that the time anil place of the hearintr
uihiii such confirmation will lie entered in the
confirmation record kept, by tlie clerk of said
court on or liefore the 7th day of November.
IMC You will examine said confirmation rec
ord to ascertain the time of said hearinir and
may lie present, if .vou so desire, to make any
object ions or show cause why the sale should
not be confirmed, li emit M. Soennh'HSKN'.
Ownerof Certificate.
Final Notice
In the dist rlct court of Cass county. Nebraska.
Tlie State of Nebraska. Plaintiff,
vs.
The several parcels of land hereinafter de
scrilied and all persons and coriiorations
haviuif or claiming title to or any interest,
riirht or claim in or to such parcels of real
estate or anv part thereof. Hefendants.
Tracts No. 881 and 883
To F.phriam B. Hiddell.
Notice is hereby iriven that under a decree
of tlie district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year IMM. the follow
intr described real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and slateof Nebraska, to-wit:
Ixts (:t,'4-:ii!-:M0-:M1 in the villajre of Ixiuis-
vllle.
Tract No. 907
To N. C. Cunninirham (first name unknown).
Notice is hereby iriven that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year IMM. the follow
ing descrilied real est ate situated in the coun
ty of Cass ami st ate of Nebraska, to-wit :
Ixt (il!) in the villaire of Louisville.
Tract No. 90S
To I.. J. Pexton (first name unknown.)
Notice is hereby -riven that under a decree
of the district court of said county rendered in
the state tax suit for the year IMM. the follow
ing descrilied real estate situated in tlie coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit :
Lot (t17) in the villaire of Louisville.
Tract No. 863
To Whitman Brothers.
Notice is hereby iriven that under a decree of
the district court of said county rendered in
tlie state tax suit for tlie year IMM. tlie follow
ing descrilied real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-vvit :
fxit tl.Vs) in the villasreof Louisville.
Tract No. 911. 913 and 916
To Tina Hulier.
Notice Is hereby iriven that under a decree
of tlie district court of said'eounty rendered in.
the state tax suit for tlie year l'.HM. the follow
tnjr descrilied real estate situated in the coun
ty of Cass and state of Nebraska, to-wit :
Iots i."2-il.);'-i.t-ti7i-ii71-rtss) in the villaire of
Iouisville. were on the nh day of Novemlier.
IMM. duly sold at public vendue by the county
t reasurej-of said county in tlie manner provid
ed by law and the period of redemption from
such sale will expire on tlie !th day of No
vemlier. IMC
You are further notified that the ownerof the
certificate of tax sale issued by the treasurer
will make application to the court in the aliove
entitled causes for confirmation of said sale as
soon as practicable after tlie iieriod of redemp
tion has expired, and you are hereby notified
that the time and place of the hearinir upon
such confirmation will be entered in tlie con
firmation record kept by theclerk of said court
on or liefore tlie nth day of Novemlier, IMC
You will examine said confirmation record to
ascertain the time of said hearintr and may tie
present, if you desire, to make any objections
or show cause why the sale should not lie con
firmed. James Standi r.
1. (). Dwyer, Atty. Ownerof Certificates.
Notice to Creditors
State or Nebraska. I . .
Cass Cou.vtt f
In the matter of the estate of Peter Peterson,
deceased.
Notice Is hereby iriven that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator with
the will annexed of said estate, before me.
county judire of Cass county. Nebraska, at the
county court room in I'lattsmouth. In said
county, on the 2ith day of July. IMC and on
the 'Mth day of January. IMis. at 10 o'clock A.
M.. each day. for the purpose of presenting
t heir claims for examination, adjustment and
allowance.
Six months are allowed for the creditorsof
said deceased to present their claims, and one
year for tlie administrator to settle said estate,
from the 2i"th day of July. IMC
Witness my hand and seal of said county
court, at I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, this riith day
of June. IMC Hakvet D. Traxms.
Iskai.I County Judire.
Notice to Creditors
State of Nebraska, i .
Cass Cocnty. " '
I n the matter of the estate of Sarah Peterson,
deceased.
Notice is hereby jriven that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator with
tlie will annexed of said estate. liefre me.
county judire of Cass county. Nebraska, at tlie
county court room in I'lattsmouth. in said
county, on the "AH h day of July. IMC and on
tlie itith day of January. lM's. at 10 o'clock A.
L. each day." for the purpose of presenting
their claims for examination, adjustment and
allowance.
Six months are allowed for the creditorsof
said deceased to present their claims, and one
year for the administrator to settle said estate,
from the Aith day of July. IMC
Witness my iiand and seal of said county
court, at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 27th day
of June.l'Jor. Harvet D. Travis.
sbali County Judire.
Legal Notice
To is ii ire N. Mc 'all. I lefendaut :
You will take notice thai on the 14lh tlav of !
June. MC Julia .! all. plaintiff, herein, til. d
her pel il Ion In t lie 1 1 ist i Id coin t of Cass con il
ly. Nel.iaska. atraliisi said defendant . the ob
ject and .iaerof which Is to secure a decree
of divorce fii.ni said defendant uiion the
ifMiiiinl ni i-Mii-iiii. ciu.-lt.v and ihiii-siipim n I .
ami that sin- I,.- rest .red to her maiden name.
nu re 1 : 1 1 1 1 nil to answ er said i i' ..n on
or befole I I..- '.M b day of .1 nly . IM'T.
.ll'I.H Mi I'll I.. I'l.i i nl i M .
Legal Notice.
stale of Nebiask
hi nt y of ( ass
I u con nt y .-. hi rt
'l'i
i all liersolis i nt ei sl . I in il
estate of
-oimly. !-
Hen iaiulii ICainiard. late of said
ceased.
on an- hereby notified that on the Jlsi da-,
of.luiic A.li.. cm;. Ixmis llaiiuai.l tiled his
lctitiou In III county court for I be aioiul
ment of I ia Id .1. Pitman, as administrator of
the estate of Benjamin I'annard. late of said
county deceased, and that the same will be
heard at the county court room In ihecityof
Plat tsinout 1 1. in said county, on t he bit li day of
July A. 1 1. IMC at the hour of In o'clock A. M.
All parlies interested ill said matter will tile
their object ion to said elilon on or before
nine o'clock A. M. of said I. 'II li day of J uly ImC
or the court wi 11 riant I he prayer of said h-I-tioii
and irraut letters of administration to
liavid.l. Pit man. or some ot her suitable ier
son ami proceed to a settlement of said estate
Hakvkv l. Travis.
M. Archer. Count y Judire.
Attorney. sr.AI.
Legal Notice.
The Nebraska Commission company, will
take notice, that on the I'M Ii day of June IMC
M . A rcher. a just Ice of t he neace in and for I he
coiinty of Cass and state of Ncbra.sk a. issued
an onier or attachment for tlie sum of l!.tH.
in an action i-endiinr liefore him where! n Oscar
Wilson and Richard Hale are plaintiffs and the
Nebraska Commission company are defend
ants. That proiierty of the defendantsconsist
I Mir of money on detiosit has lieen attached
under said order. Said cans' was cont inue-d
to the ,"ith day of Auirust IMC at ! a. m.
Wilson & Hai.k. plaintiffs.
By Allen J. Iteeson. their attorney.
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AN EXCITING
RUNAWAY
Drave and Heroic Act of a
Driver of a Fire Wagon
The Lincoln Journal contains the fol
lowing account of a very heroic act
which occured in that city Saturday
evening. The hero is well known in
Plattsmouth, and has relatives living
near this city: "By climbing out on the
tongue of the big truck of the Q street
station of the fire department while the
big team was running like mad, and re
covering the end of a broken line, Tom
Draper,-jr., the driversaved the depart
ment a serious runaway, and perhaps
the lives of some of his fellow firemen
while going to a fire at Twelfth and R
streets shortly after 6 o'clock Saturday
evening. And what he did was a great
risk of his own life. Draper was driving
the truck. At Eleventh and R steets one.
line broke just below the hand hold, and
the team was allowed to take its course.
Bob Stearns, who was steering the rear
wheels of the big wagon, stuck to his
post, as did the rest of the crew. Draper
was speachless when the line parted,
but it was only an instant until his
presence of mind asserted itself, and he
began to climb out on the tongue. The
team dashed past the place where the
fire was supposed to be, and the other
teams had already stopped, but the
plucky driver gradually made his way
along the sides of the horses to a point
where he could reach the end of the
broken line. Finally he reached it and
turned with it, climbed back to the foot
board and onto the seat. Then the team
was slowed down, stopped about Fif
teenth street, having run almost three
blocks past the place. Tom Draper is
now the hero of the department, and re
ceiving the glad hand from all the boys
and especially those who were riding on
the truck when the line broke."
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DEMOCRATS IN
CONSULTATION
The special correspondent of the Oma
ha World-Herald from Lincoln has the
following to say in reference to the
meeting of the democratic state com
mittee in the capital city last night:
"The meeting of the democratic state
central committee tonight, to consider
ways and means for best carrying the
primary law into effect in the selection
of candidates, was attended by twenty
nine of the thirty-three committeemen,
either in person or by proxy. In addi
tion there were present in the neighbor
hood of 100 well known democratic lead
ers, come to confer with the committee
and give it the benefit of their advice.
The large number in attendance was a
surprise to Chairman Allen, who had
secured a meeting place for a much
smaller crowd and had to adjourn the
meeting to a large dining room of the
Lincoln hotel that all might be accom
modated. "A scattering sentiment showed it
self in favor of taking some definite
action in recommending candidates to the
primaries. This, however, was strongly
opposed by W. H. Tompson, P. E. Mc
Killip, A. C. Shallenberger and other
leaders who urged that the new law be
followed faithfully, both in spirit and
letter. Their counsel prevailed by a
large majority when the question was
later considered in a closed meeting of
the state committee, in the course of
the evening, though a number of names
were suggested.
"It is apparent that the party will not
lack for candidates for the offices to be
filled this fall. Among those spoken of
for supreme judge who, it is believed,
would accept a nomination, were Judges
Broady and Tibbetts of Lancaster,
Judge Alberts of Platte and Judge
Adams of Kearney county. It is proba
ble that something during the campaign
a state democratic banquet and rally
will be held at Lincoln in the big audi
torium. The preliminary steps to ar
range for such a gathering were taken
tonight, it is believed that as speakers
can be secured, in addition to Mr. Bryon,
Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia and
Governor Campbell of Texas.
"A general spirit of hope fulness char
acterized the meeting.
"It is felt that public sentiment favors
minority representation on the supreme
bench, and that the fast growing fac
tionalism in the republican ranks will
help bring this about. Reports from
all portions of the state indicated,
moreover, that complete failure of the
national administration to cope with
the trust problem, and the weakness
shown by the present state administra
tion in enforcing the railway laws, are
making for democratic success."
Returns to Plainview
Fred Ebinger, wife and little daughter
"Toots," who have been visiting in the
city since last Saturday, the guests of
Mrs. George Weidman. departed for
their home at Plainview last evening.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Ebin
ger's sister, Miss Frances Weidman and
Miss Ruth Johnson, who will visit at
Plainview for some two weeks or more.
On their return Carl Ebinger will return
with them and will visit with friends
here sometime.
NORMAL TRAINING
in high schools
New Departure in the Schools
of Nebraska
W'liili' it is :i rii!tii;ii;itivi-lv m-w de
parture in Nebraska. Normal training
was i:i iiii"i ati il into tin- x linols of
sunn- of the eastern state many yearn
( ago. iNew link slate lias aiproinateu
annually for t he pat t wenty years $1'HI, -(MHI
for Normal training in om hundred
of her host High schools although there
are in tlie state. :!'mi colleges and uni
versities, in addition to sixteen full
Hedged Normal schools. Hrietly stated
the law passed by ur last legislature,
establishing Normal training in our High
school is as follows:
There was a sum of .$."iH,immi appropri
ated for the bienniary for the establish
ment of this work. The schools to .share
in this were to be designated by the
state superintendent and were tobedis
tributed among the sixty-seven repre
sentative districts of the state. A High
school in order to be approved for Nor
mal training must be a school accredited
to the University of Nebraska.
Two teachers exclusive of the city
superintendent must be employed in the
High school. The Normal training shall
be given in the Eleventh and Twelfth
grades and credited, for the work shall
be given on the completion of the course.
The course in Normal training shall be
elective and shall consist of the three
following lines of study:
(a.) A review for at least nine weeks
in each of the following subjects: Read
ing, grammar, arithmetic and geogra
phy; to be given not earlier than the
Tenth grade by well trained, experienc
ed teachers.
(b. ) A study of American history for
at least one semester in the Eleventh or
Twelfth grade.
(c.) At least seventy-two perixJM of
professional training, to include a study
of school management, observation work,
etc., to be given in the senior year by
the city superintendent or by a member
of the High school faculty, recommend
ed by him.
Schools offering this course must have
a reference library of at least three vol
umes on each of the following fields of
professional study: History of educa
tion; principals of education; methods
and special training in industrial educa
tion, including agriculture.
In case elementary agriculture is not
in the regular course of study, it shall
be required in the course in Normal
training.
Every approved school shall instruct
a class of not less than ten and every
scholar admitted to such class shall con
tinue under instruction not less than
eighteen weeks.
Plattsmonth has been designated an
one of the schools and by doing thia
work, will receive from the state for
the biennum $700, as seventy schools
have been selected in all.
Now a word as to the object of the
work and the benefits to be derived from
it. A law was passed by the legislature
last winter, requiring at least eight
weeks of professional or normal train
ing before a person may be granted a
certificate to teach. After September
1, 1907, therefore, no person shall be
granted a certificate who has not had
this training. This means that a student
cannot, as heretofore, teach upon gradu
ation from a High school, but must do
this additional work. This shuts High
school graduates out of practically the
only profession fur which they are
qualified, and tends to discourage stu
dents who must make a livlihood upon
graduation, from entering and complet
ing the High school course. The nor
mal training course, as it will be given
in the High schools, will be accepted as
the required professional training and
students completing it may at once
take up teaching, being on the same
footing as those who have received this
training at a college or normal school.
It fits the student for the work much
better than the ordinary High school
work, and as the number of schools
offering this course i3 naturally limited,
it gives those which do offer it a chance
to draw students from a large area and
adds much to the standing of the school.
The citizens of Plattsmouth are to be
congratulated upon the manner in which
the board of education is taking hold of
this work.
Fanger Bought Stock
M. Fanger is a rustler, when it comes
to doing business in the turning over of
stocks of goods. Last evening he
bought the fire-damaged stock of goods
from the insurance companies, and this
morning he sold the badly damaged
goods to a party in South Omaha, by
name M. Klein, and they will be shipped
immediately to that place. The other
goods which have been but slightly
damaged will be placed in another
store room as soon as they are in shape,
and disposed of at prices which will
move them in a hurry. Mr. Fanger
will not take any of these goods into
his Department store, but will handle
them elsewhere, as he does not care to
mix the damaged with the new goods.
Wanted A good girl for general
ousework at Wm. Barclay's.