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DAILY PERSONAL NEWS
Short Items of Interest, From Wed
nesday Evening's Daily Journal
Mrs. ('. A. Marshall was a visitor
this afternoon in I.al'latte iroinir over
on the fast mail.
Mrs. Hwarthout is spending the after -
ii'M.n in Omaha where hhe has business
matters to look after.
'. J. Wills accompanied W. H. Fight
on a trip to Omaha for the day, going
up on the early train.
.John McdowHii, who has been visit
inn friends in the city, returned to his
borr.e at York yesterday.
V. S. Askwith, superintendent of
the .Masonic Home was a passenger
this morning for Omaha.
KM. I'olin was looking after business
matters fn Omaha Tuesday afternoon
goir.g upon the fast mail.
lYrry Utterback was a visitor Tues
day in Omaha and Council IJlulTs where
he h id business to look after.
I. rearlman, having completed his
business in the city, returned to his
!;:!. in Omaha this morning.
Cha-. Dasher is among those who
s ent Tuesday afternoon in Omaha be
st passenger on the fast mail.
Vi-s iTiia I latt departed this noon
("r Fairmont, Neb., where she will
visit with friends over Sunday.
Mrs. K. O. lloirman and Mrs. H. De
L'T.g were passengers this noon for
Souix City, la. going on the fast mail.
C. I. Wood worth, the paving con
tractor, was in the city today putting
in the finishing touches to his contract.
Sheriff Oninton departed this after-
noon on the fast mail for Greenwood ;
where he had business matters to look i
A. T Fitt ami wife returned to their
ho.r.tr at Alliance, Neb., after a visit
iri the citv of ten days with Mrs. Fitt's
Willie McDaniels of I .a- ;
......... .-;.. t, i.,,. f,.r f.y i
; returning home on the fast mail
.Mrs. j. V. Davis of St. Joseph, Mo-,
ivtur.ied to her home this morning, af-ti-r
a visit of several days with Mrs. J.
Washington Smith was down from
Or:. aha today for a few hours visit with
frit rs Is returning to his home on the
J. H. Brown of Murray accompanied
Geo. Lloyd to the city this morning
and made the trip to the metropolis
Geo. M. Porter, the Omaha Bee cir
culator, is looking after business in
Lincoln today being a passenger on the
Glen Smith of the Nebraska Con
struction Co., was in the city yesterday
looking after business with the county
corr. m iss ioners.
Mrs. Grace Neligh of Wisner, Neb.,
came in last night on No. 14 for a visit
of several weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. York.
T. H. Pollock was a passenger this
morning for Fairbury where he will
look after telephone business for the
Mrs. Chas. Krecek and son, Edwin,
returned to Lincoln this evening on the
fast mail after a visit in the city with
John Skomal and family.
Geo. I. Lloyd drove up this morning
from his farm near Murray, and was a
passenger on the early train for Omaha
to remain during the day.
Father Cronin, of Harvard, Neb.,
wa? in the city Monday, the guest of
Father Srine. He departed Tuesday
tn the mail train for his home.
R. R. Bilstein was a passenger this
r.oon on the mail train for Sheridan,
Wyo.. where he will enter the employ
of T. P. Shawhan on a cattle ranch.
Jacob Buchler was among those trav
eling to Oklahoma on the homeseeker's
excursion, being a passenger to Omaha
from which point he goes to Chickasha.
Mrs. Wm. Baird and son were passen.
gers Tuesday on the mail train for
Lincoln, their home, after -a visit of sev
eral davs with Master Mechanic Baird.
C. Boyles of Alvo was in the city
today as a witness in the Stone will
"natter. While here Mr. Boyles paid ,
his respects to The Journal folks. '
T. J. Frier, General Storekeer of the
Burlington, with head quarters at Chic-
ago. 111. is in the city to day 1 oking
after matters at the local storehouse. '
The only business in county court
yesterday was the granting of letters j
to Mrs. Melicinth Stone as executiix of j
the last will of Isaac Stone, deceased, i
Claud Overbay, the gentleman who
gave the seven cent show yesterday af
ternoon at the Parmele, departed this
morning for Ashland where he will
Miss Florence Baird was a passenger
Tuesday on the fast mail for Bellevue,
!-..' i ', " J V ' , - 4'.. , . . . t i-
where she goes to resume her studies
at I'.ellevue Colleire which opens its
school year today.
j Jacob Kramer and wife, Miss Sophia
j K rager, A. 15. Kramer and Henry
K rager all came in this morning and
took the earlv train tor Umaha where
they will spend the day.
Justice Archer yesterday filed four
new civil suits m his court, lhey are
all suits on accounts for various amounts
and most of them will doubtless be set
tled before going to trial.
W. A. Tulene, wife and little daugh
ter were passengers for Omaha this
morning, where Mr. Tulene had busi
ness matters to look after and where
the family will visit during the day.
Howard Gregg, who has been visiting
with the families of Robert and
Chas. Troup for several days past
departed this noon on the fast mail en
route to his home at Rock Island, 111.
Chas. Dasher, formerly section fore
man for the Burlington at Oreapolis,
departed this morning for Omaha
where he will take the examination for
an extra gang foreman on the Union
L. G. Larson was a passenger this
morning for Omaha, where he goes to
consult a building supply firm relative
to the slate for the court house roof.
He ordered the slate but the firm failed
to send him the proper size and he took
up a specimen this morning for their
Mrs. Thos. South who has been spend-
ing several days in Omaha visiting
friends returned to her home in this
city last evening. Mrs. M. B. Houk
came down with her to join her husband
who has been here several days.
Col M. A. Dates departed this morn
ng for Fagle and other points in the
county where he goes in behalf of this
rea m l nir rav oi lournansm. ine loi
j will incidentally interview the people
i concerning his candidature for float rep
Chris Brifnhober was a passenger
Tuesday for Beaver County, Oklahoma,
where he will look over some land with
a view to buying same. Mr. Brunhober
is a good citizen and will help that
country wonderfully should he decide
to locate there.
Tom Bryan departed Tuesday for
Pilger, Neb., where he will remain un
til he is feeling better, the guest of his
daughter at that point. Mr. Bryan has
not been well for some time past but
hopes that this trip will put him in con
dition in a short time.
Paul Morgan and Ed Fricke were
passengers this morning for Lincoln
where they go to register at the state
university, and enter upon their studies
for the coming year. Both these young
men are bright and apt students and
will finish their year's course with
credit to themselves.
Councilman Frank Neuman, who has
been laid up with an attack of lumbago,
attempted to return to his duties at the
Burlington freight car shops this morn
ing, but was obliged to give the task
up. He has been suffering a great
deal with this disease and hopes for a
speedy cessation of the pain. He thinks
he can return to work in a few days.
Leon Huckins, representing the Lin
coln Herald, was in the city for a few
hours Tuesday morning looking after
business for his paper. Leon formerly
lived in this city and is quite well known
here. He is a son of Henry Huckins
and is a bright young newspaper man.
lie was a passenger lor Omaha on
the fast mail.
G. W. Burmeister snd wife took ad
vantage of the homeseeker's excursion
and were passengers Tuesday for
Omaha where they will travel to Okla
homa for a visit of a week or two. They
will go to Chickasha. This is not Mr.
Burmeister'? first trip, he having been
down in that country several times pre
viously. Geo. G. Meisinger departed on the
i fast mail this noon for Adnora, Neb.,
! going to LaPlatte and traveling the
! rest of the distance on foot or by team
jf he could obtain one. He is accom-
panied by his cousin, Geo. Meisinger of
pekin, 111., who has been visiting him
for some days past. They came in this
morning from Mr. Meisinger's fine farm
in Eight Mile Grove precinct,
jirs. Wayne Twitchell of Tacoma,
Wash., who was in the city last week
for a visit with friends, was operated
upon last Monday morning at Immanuel
hospital in Omaha. The operation was
a complete success and her many
friends will rejoice to learn that she is
recovering nicely. Mrs. D. S. Guild
formerly of this city, but now of St.
Louis, Mo., came up to be present at
the operation. Mrs. Twitchell is under
the care of Miss Mary Martens as nurse.
M. Lutz and wife departed this noon
on the mail for Blair where thev will
VISIT THE OLD HOME:
Low rate excursions to eastern
cities and resorts. Northern
Michigan, Canada and New Eng
land, daily until September 'Mth.
SEE THE WEST:
Attractive low excursion rates
daily to the Pacific Coast, Yellow
stone Park, Utah, Colorado, iiig
Horn Mountains and the Black
LOW COLONIST RATES:
During September and October to
Puget Sound, California and hun
dreds of intermediate points.
Ready far Immediate Settlement
at Garland and Powell, Wyo.
Personally conducted excursions
to these lands the first and third
Tuesdays of each month. Govern
ment engineer at Powell shows
the land. Also deeded and Carey
Write I). Clem Deaver, General
Agent, Landseekers Information
Bureau, Omaha, for a new folder.
Write a brief description of your
proposed trip, and let us advise
you how to make it the best way
at the least cost.
PICKETT, TICKET AGENT, PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
L. W. WAXELET. 6. P. A. Omahi. Neb.
be present at the marriapre of Mrs.
Lutz sister, Miss Jennie Carstens, to
Geo. Michelsen. Mr. Michelsen is a
prominent farmer living near that point
where the happy couple will make their
home. Miss Carstens is a charming
and cultivated young lady with many
friends who congratulate her upon her
coming wedding and wish her many
years ot happy wedded life.
F. C. Jean departed this morning for
Milford, Neb., where he will take
charge of his school. This will be Mr.
Jean's second year in the Milford
schools, his first year having proven so
successful that the board at that point
re-engaged him for the coming year.
This is his fourth year teaching and he
has made himself quite a reputation in
the line of educator. His many friends
in this vicinity extend him their best
wishes for the coming year and hope
for a continuance of his success.
C. J. Gaebel and Chris Mockenhaupt,
two of the solid citizens of the county,
spent Tuesday in the city. Mr. Gaebel
is a well known hog raiser, from near
Louisville, and his principal business in
the city is to advertise a sale of fine
hogs which takes place on Oct. 7th. He
has some mighty fine pure breed of
hogs which will go at this sale sure.
Mr. Mockenhaupt is a popular and able
farmer, from near Wabash, and had
business with the County Commission
ers which took up a great part of his
time whil here.
J. N. Young and wife returned last
evening from a week's visit with their
daughter at Carroll, Neb. They also
visited with other relatives in that vi
cinity. They brought back with them
some specimen ears of corn which are
to be seen in the Journal window. These
ears were taken from a Wayne County
cornfield and are fine specimens of corn
being long, solid and well filledout.
This corn will make about seventy-five
bushels to the acre, Mr. Young says.
They had a very enjoyable visit and
found all their folks getting along finely
The private car "Thompsonia" of D.
E. Thompson, Ambassador to Mexico,
came in to the local shops last Sunday
for a thorough overhauling and light
repairs. The car is a luxurious one and
is modern in every respect. It has
fans, electric and Pintsch gas lights
and every up-to-date appliance. The
work to be done on it will be confined
to interior decorating and repairing,
One curious feature of the car is the
signs in it which are all printed or
painted in Spanish. When in service
the car is kept by Mr. Thompson at the
city of Mexico. The repairs will be
completed in about thirty days.
Dr. Hess9 Stock Food
scientific compound for horses and cattle.
Hess' Slock Food
guaranteed to give results.
F. G. Fiecke & Co., Druggists.
DEATH OF MRS.
G. S. PETERSON.
At an Early Hour A (Noble Woman
Passes into Eternity.
Dikh Peterson. Mrs. Gertrude Sophia,
aged h years, '1 months and j; days
on September 1 at 12:00 a. rn. of
age at the home of her son J. C
Peterson in this city. Funeral Thurs
day, September 17th. at 2:."'.i p. rn.
Irorn the residence of J. C. Peterson
in this city.
Peacefully as the quiet twilight closes
the busy day the life of Mrs. Gertrude
Sophia Peterson went out this morning
as the new day came in. After a life
spent in several lands far separated by
land and sea the end of this noble wom
an was as me sailing oi a ship into a
haven of rest. The storms and trials
of life for her had been passed and she
seemed to be entering the harbor of
peace when the thread snapped and her
life came to its end.
Mrs. Peterson was born upon July 1,
1821 in Denmark, Europe, where her
life was principally spent, and wherein
her early age she became a communicant
of the Lutheran church being confirmed
in that faith on the first Sunday after
Easter in the year 18ot) when she was
almost in her fifteenth year. To the
end, which came seventy-two years
later she remained true to this faith.
For almost four score years this churc h
had been her guiding star in life and to
its grand teachings much of the noble
ness of her life owed its origin. It
mattered not to her that the stormy
sea separated her from her native Ian',
she carried in her heart the faith and
the teachings of this christian faith.
It was in Denmark that she entered
into marriage with Peter R. Peterson
on Nov. 25, 1843, and out of this happy
union there was born six sons, five of
whom survive their mother, viz : P. C.
Peterson residing in this city, C. II.
Peterson residing in Madison County;
J. C. Peterson residing in this city, R.
J. Peterson residing inAnacortes, Wash.
and L. H. Peterson living in this city.
Her husband joined those on the farther
shore in 1861 and a son also preceded
his mother to the grave.
It was in 1 S.sG that Mrs. Peterson
came to America, her son J. C. making
the far journey to Denmark for her.
Since coining to this country she had
made made her home with him.
It is always a regret to chronicle the
passing oi a noble me. Particularly is
this true when one finds the whole ex
istence of the departed to have been of
true and lasting Christianity, one un
blemished in any way and one serving
as a beacon for younger generations to
pattern after. So it has been in this
case. There has been furnished no
more inspiring example in life than that
afforded by this good woman who sank
to her rest sustained and soothed by an
unfaltering trust that her awakening
would be on the golden shore where her
life would be everlasting and of bliss
It is a tempering of grief to know that
her end came so peacefully and quietly
The funeral will take place tomorrow
(Thursday) afternoon from the residence
of J. C. Peterson on Main street in this
city, at 2:00. The pall bearers will be
her children and she will go to rest in
the Lutharan faith.
Sen. Stone Passes Through.
Senator William J. Stone of Missouri
was a passenger Wednesday on No. 7,
going north, it is reported to Omaha,
where he is expected to speak. Senator
Stone is one of the nation's great ora
tor's, and it is a treat to listen to him.
It is to be hoped that he can deliver
several addresses to the voters of Ne
braska prior to election day, as he is a
A number of passengers on the train
took great interest in him while the
train was standing at the station, but
the time was so short that it was im
possible to get an expression from the
senator on the general situation or his
own chances in Missouri, where he is op
posed by Gov. Folk for re-election.
Had Vision of Prairie Fire.
Fire alarm Wednesday morning took
the department to the vicinity of the
M. P. depot where there was some
burning grass threatening some coal in
the yards. There was no loss. Doubt
less the party turning the alarm in had
visions of an old time prairie fire and
thought the city was about to be de
stroyed by the flame demon. There are
many rumors as to what the fire was,
some even insisting tnat the ai. I . pas
senger station was a prey to the de
vouring element all of which turned
out to be fantasy pure and simple.
KILL the COUGH
AND CURE the LUNGS
in. Ar si m
OLDS Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OB MONET REFUNDED.
Departed For Auburn.
Rev. A. A. Randall departed Tuesday
night on the midnight train for Auburn
where he will attend the Nebraska An
nual Conference of the Methodist
church. The territory included in this
conference covers all that portion of
the state lying south of the Platte river
and east of a line running north and
south between Adarns and Kearney
counties. There are four conferences
in the state. The conference at Auburn
will have as its Bishop, Robert Me
Intyre, one of the newly elevated
Bishops of the church. and a pulpit ora
tor of rare ability. Bishop Mclntyre is
a noted speaker, one whose eloquence
is likened to that of the most famous
pulpit orators of the country. He will
be present throughout thejjeonference
and will favor the visiting ministers
with much eloquent discourse. Next
Sunday Rev. Randall will speak at the
First Christian Church at Auburn and
this assures the congregation present
the opportunity of listening to a fine
discourse. It is the expectation of the
Journal to be able to print from day to
day a short account of the action of the
conference for the benefit of its
Have Commenced Work.
At last work is under full headway
for the big subway or concrete c ulvert
which the Burlington proposes to put
in to carry off the water from Main
street. There is an immense platform
erected which will be used to mix c on
crete on and a great pile of sand, some
seven cars piled along the tracks whic h
a big forc e of workmen were busy un
loading rock for the concrete Tuesday.
The culvert will be tunneled under the
tracks and will be a delicate and par
ticular job. Immense timbers have
been unloaded some of which will be
used to crib up the tracks while the
men are putting the culvert through.
From all appearances the company pro
pose to put in such a opening as will
forever preclude having to do the work
over again, excavation lor the open
ing will commence very shortly.
Popular People to Wed.
Judge Beeson on Wednesday issued a
marriage license to Chas. O. Country
man, aged .'!.'!, of Rock Bluffs precinct
and Miss Alice Oliver, aged 27, of the
same precinct The wedding takes
place tomorrow. Miss Oliver is the
handsome and accomplished daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oliver, a vountr
lndy with many friends who extend
their best wishes for the happiness of
her union. Mr. Countryman is a son
of R. E. Countryman, well and favora
bly known to all of the older residents
of the county. Mr. Countryman is a
gentleman of high standing in the com
munity, a solid, upright citizen of un
blemished character and one whom all
regard very highly. Like Miss Oliver,
he has scores of friends who unite in
wishing him a long and happy wedded
THE STORY OF A
TEN DOLLAR BILL
An Illustration for Those Who Patron
ize Mail Order Houses.
Mr. Brown keeps a boarding house.
Around the table sits his wife Mrs.
Brown; the village milliner Mrs. An
drews; Dr. Black, the dentist; Mr. Jor
dan, the carpenter, and Mr. Handley,
Mr. Brown took $10 out of his pocket
book and handed it to Mrs. Brown with
the remark that there was $10 toward
the $20 he had promised her.
Mrs. Brown handed the bill to Mrs.
Andrews, the milliner, saying, "That
pays for my new bonnet."
Mrs. Andrews in turn gave it to Mr.
Jordan, remarking that it would pay
for the carpenter work he had done for
Mr. Jordan handed it to Mr. Handley
requesting his receipt bill for medicine
used during the recent illness of his son.
Mr. Handley gave the bill back to Mr.
Brown saying, "That pays $10 onboard
for my clerk."
Mr. Brown again passed it to Mrs.
Brown saying he had now paid her the
$20 he promised her.
She in turn paid Mr. Black to settle
her dental account.
Dr. Black handed it to Mr. Brown
who remarked that it settled for his
Whereupon Mr. Brown put it back
in his pocket, remarking that he had
not supposed a greenback would go so
But supposing Mrs. Brown had sent to
a mail order house for a new bonnet,
then the $10 would have gone out of
town and never would have come back.
There is a moral in this story. Spend
your money with home merchants.
Entertains for Neice.
Mrs. J. M. Roberts entertained a few
friends Tuesday evening in honor of her
neice, Miss Lulu Reasner of Kearney,
Those present were Misses Florence,
lone and Helen Dovey, and Messrs,
Fritz Fricke, Will Ramsey, Paul Mor
gan and Livingston Richey.
fQET the real thing don't
huy an imitation there
are not any "just as good" aa
Fall creation in styles and fab
rics now await your critical
All sizes including stouts and
We can fit the majority of men
without an alteration.
"Where Quality Counts."
Louisville Courier Gets List.
The; county commissioners in session
Tuesday awarded the printing of the
delinquent tax list to the unanimous
vote. Aside Irorn this routine business
was all they transacted.
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C ass ' iim v, Nkii. 1
In Ihi' 111:11 Icr of tin- i 11 :i 1 i :i n-. , i ; i,f i
1 1 :i 11 a mi ii ii'.
Now on Hie I7tli 'lay of A iitru-1 . I'.'n
rail" I'linn- on lu iirni uiioii 1 !, ih'Iii
miiv' . 1 1 ill I. t'liiiMlhin. ira vnit.' foi li--n.M
t o Nil I tin 11 inli i Ifii 1 i ii- si l Ii i in if-.t of sill I
miiioi-in t hi-fi il low jut' liinils to-wit : a (41)
in tin' noit hciist i 11 a Hit of t lie sunt lii-asl i niir-ti-l-
of sfc't ion CJ-l) township ( riint'i'. (i:t; In
the i.'lt.V of I'liit tsinout h, Ni-ln aska; also th
wi-st half of t hi- soul liwi'st (iait-i of si-rtloti
( i'i township C') l ant-'i- CO. in .IrlT'iTson rouri
ty. Ni'hiasKa, for tin- piitos' of ifinvi'st turf
tin pi'i N'i'i'il.s thi'rt'of to a Ih'IOt ail v ant atf for
saiil minor. It is okIi ii iI that tin- m-xt of kin
and all ix-rsons inti'ii'sti'il in said matti-r
p-ar iM-fori' m' at, t hi- (list rii't I'oin t, room on
tin? :ith day of Si-plfmlM-r. I'.mis. at ti-n oVIik'W.
a. 111., to show raiisi' why a lirfiis should not
I if tr rant 'd to said iruardlan as ahovi' si-t forth.
That notice of thf timi- and plan of alxivn
hearing h' rivn to all iH'isons iiitT-st'l hy
puhlishiiii; a copy of this ordi'r in the t'latts
nioulh Journal for three suei-esst ve weeks
prior to the :th day of ."-eptemlMT. I'M).
II AIIVKV J. I). TKAVIS.
Judfe'e of the listrli;l Court.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CTATF. OF NKHKASKA. CASS COI NTV.
ss. In eonnty court. In the matter o?
of thees'ate Kt irlna Wolf, deceased.
Notice is hi'reliy jriven tliat the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of
said estate. In-fore me. county jndt''' of Cass
county, Nehrraska, at the county court room
in I'lattsmouth, in said county, on the J'.'th day
of SeptemlxT. Mm, and on the lutli day of
March. MM, at 10 oVliick. a. in., each day. for
the purpose of presenting' their claims for ex
iimination. adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the creditors of
said deceased to present their claims, and one.
year for the administrator to settle said es
tate, from the ;.':Jnd day of August. I'." .
Witness by hand and seal of said county
court, at I'lattsmout h. Nebraska, this .'."Jnd day
of A ut-'ust.
skai..1 ALLEN .1. HKr.SON.
I. ). Iiwtkh. County Judtfe.
Attorney for Estate.
final Settlement Notice.
State of Nebraska. '
County of Cass. 1
In County Court.
In the matter of t he (i uardianship of Jra M.
I'ittman and Hcrtha K. I'ittman. Minors.
To all jwrsons interested in the matter of the
t.'uardiaiiship of Lora M. I'ittman and
liertha E. I'ittman. Minors:
You are heieby notified that (i. If. fiilmore.
t'uanJian of Eora M. I'ittman and IJertha K.
I'ittman. rninors. has filed his report and jieti
tion for final settlement and allowance of his
final rejKirt and accounts, as to Ira M. I'itt
man. minor, and for his discharge as su-,
truardian over the jierson and estate of said
Lora M. I'ittman, minor, and that a bearintr
w ill be hail t hereon, at In o'clock a. m . on the
inth day of SeptemU-r. A. I.. l!ii. at the office
of the county judtre of said county.
You are notified ami reiuirei to tile any and
all objections iii the matter on or before said
hour of said day.
it ness my hand and official s al this -nd
day of St jite.nl et. A. i..
s:;ai ; ALLEN I. HEK-ON.
IlAMf.I'i l:.Mtr, Auorbeys.
Notice of Sale Under Chattel
VOTIC F. I IIEIiKHV filVKN THAT HY
virtue of a chattel moit irat'e. dated on
Autrust r. Mir. and duly filed in the otfii-e of
the county clerk of Cass county. Nebraska,
executed by Geo. I. Hill and F. II. Ii-.ardn.an
to Ferry Marsh, tosecure the payment of the
sum of ii.'.'i, and ujion which there is now due
the Mini of that said morttraire has lieii
assigned by mortt'atree to the First National
Jank of IMattsmouth. Nebraska. In-fault bav
in tr been made in the payment of said .sum,
and no suit or other proceedings at law to re
cover said debt, or any part thereof, therefore
the undersigned assignee of morttraK-ee will
sell the proi-rty therein described, viz: ODe
black mare. 7 years old: one sorrel mare, ji
years old. at public auction, at the sale barn
of Sam O. Smith, at fixth and Vine streets. In
the city of IMattsmouth, Neb., on the :td day of
October. I9ti, at 1 o'clock p. rn. of said day.
Fibst National Hank.
Assitniee of Mortjfatree.
D. O. Dwyer, Attorney.
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