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The Plattsmouth Journal
IT IIMSII KI WKKKLY AT
HLA'ITS MOUTH, N EBKASKA
II. A I'. TKS, I'I'IILIMIKU
1 1 1. r 1
at 11 sc I stimuli,.
I rl:iss t'.ll I IT
ir in Advance
For i'tvsnii nt
WILLIAM J. DRYAN.
l 'r Vice President. -
JOHN W. KERN.
For ( lovernor
A. ('. SUM. EEN'I'.EKGElL
Fr Lieutenant Governor
E. (). GAIiKETT.
I'or S .-rotary f State
A. T. GATE WOOD.
F r Auditor
WILLIAM P. PKICF.
For Atteitiev General
I L P. FLKIIAKTV.
I 'or La:id I )ornmissioner
W. P. FA ST MAN'.
For Sate Superintendent -X.
I'or St. lie Treasurer
C. MACK FY.
F..r I'aiii'ay ( "ori.inissioner
W. II. COWCILL.
I'i-r 'oii'.jressinafi Third District -
JOHN' A. MAGl'lKE.
I 'or St :tte Set.at.ir
WILLIAM i:. MANNING.
For r; :.' -leprestative - Otoe and c'a-s
M. A. PATIOS.
For lie: it ;-.: tatives
JoIIN V. SATTLFK.
o. W. L AL'dHLIX.
W ILLIAM G. KAMSKY.
County Commissioner -CAM.
Do.N'r forget.that "Shall the people
rule. is trie issue. All others are ot
'! lary importance.
Mil iskvki.t has stopped writing
letters, but he is still walking the floor
at nigh; with .he Taft candidacy.
: onk fears that Mr. Ilryan's
election would provoke an industrial,
commercial and financial cataclysm."
To i H who are fond of variety,
Mr. K o-eve:t is a constant source of
entertainment. Not even his closest
friends can guess what he is going to
All of the robbeiies committed by all
the insurance companies in all the times
in the past does not amount to one-fifth
of the robberies commited under the
Dingley law in one single year. Albert
15. Cummins. Governor of Iowa.
Tins is a biir country, but there is
not enough iMm in itfor both Presi-i
dent Koosjvt-'t antl General Apathy."
Toledo I'.hule. liut as one of them
is going to Africa and the other to per
dition, there'll be plenty of room after
March 1 next.
"STt LTiKlEU by sophistry and limp
under the hypnotic control of Roose
velt" is an Ohio Repnblican's descrip
tion of William II. Taft. This may
help to account forjthe fact that 15,100
Republicans failed'to register in Cin
cinnati and Cleveland. They prefer to
give their negative support to a man
rather than their actual votes to an
easy "subject" of mesmerism.
In spiteof the fact that Gov. Sheldon
and other leading Republicans wished a
bankdeposit guarantee plank inserted
in theRepublican state platform, noth
ing of the kind was done. Gov. Shel
don.knows that the idea is popular in
Nebraska, in spite of Taft's antagon
ism to it.'iand he wished to take the
wind out of Democratic sails as far as
possible by getting in a plank favoring
it in the state platform. He failed.
In fac-i. the state platform doesn't seem
tj have much of anything in it.
rsTlM vn: it for yourself, making the
most liberal allowances in favor of the
Republican ticket, and the conclusion
William .1. Crvan
will defe :t Taft in his own state by
thousands of votes. Ohio for Bryan!
It can mean nothing else. New York.
New Jersey, Delaware, Connecticut.
Maryhirul, perhaps .without a single
excfcptit.n, are surer, are surer than
Ohio. The election of William J. Bryan
to the Presidency of the'.Ur.ited States
is as much a certainity as if the votes
were in and the result announced. Come
back, O, smooth-worn, thread-bare
phrase, we need thee in this hour. "It's
going to be a landslide."
Tiik only question now is:
is tin.- landslide to I'ryan?
- -" -i In view of his record as a judge. thcie
M.AKK up your mind to vote forWil- ; forc there is no jmH,. ri.ason why
Hum C. Kamsey. if you want a eounty , w.kin-nien should he Hnvi,,,,, to ,rive
atto-iu-v who will attend strict lv to the
duties of the ollice.
1 1' Mr. Poosevi lt eannot hit the object
of his attack any more effectively than
he has been d ing recently, he might as
well give up that African hunting trip.
If Mr. Gompers is wrong, Mr. Taft
t an make a big hit for himself by prov
ing that fact, but he is not going to
gain anything by calling the veteran
labor leader a liar.
Ii" reiubliean campaign contributions
were made public before election the
public might find out just how much
Rockefeller agreed to contribute for
that republican judge's decision.
TvvKNTY Tliot'SAM) school children
in the city of Chicago dying from slow
starvation. Isn't that awful? And in
these prosperous times ofj which the
republican orators talk so much about?
A l-TKi: witnessing the luck that Theo
dore Roosevelt is having with his proxy,
it will not take much argument to con
vince William II. Hearst that he made
a mistake in putting a second proxy in
In the person of C. M. Seybert the
democrats have placed before the peo
ple for their sufTerages a man who is
in every way fitted for the office ;of
county commissionr. Being a practical
farmer, and one of the best men in
every respect in Cass county," we can
see no reason for anyone voti ig against
Mr. Sebert, if they want a commis-
sioner who will prove true to the peo-
Thk result of thefirst day's regis-
j tration in Ohio assures a Democrat'c
victory in the Buckeye state on Novem
ber .'I. In Cincinnati, the home of Wit.
II. Taft, 5,000 less voters registered
than on the same day four years ago,
while in Cleveland there was a falling
off of 10.000. What does the condition
mean? Stop and look atj the situation
for a moment.
Thk two democratic candidates for
representatives are both men of the
people, and have the best interests of
the whole people at heart. If vou will
study your own interests between now
and the day of election you will make
up your minds thatjthese two men can
best serve you in the legislative hall at
Lincoln this winter. Be sure and vote
for J. P. Sattler and O. W.Laughlin and
j you will have two representatives of
which you will be proud.
As Col. M. A. Bates is compelled to
devote the greatest portion of his time
to the campaign, he will have but very
littl 3 time to devote to editorial work on
the Journal. As most of our readers
aie aware, he has two counties (Otoe
and Cass) to canvas, and it will take a
great deal of time to complete the work
successfully. We desire to te elected,
and with the aid of our friends, both re
publicans and democrats, we hope to be j
honored with an election on November
Taft and the Judges.
In his speech at SouthjBend, Ind., on
September 2Sth, Governor Hughes,
speaking of the United States Supreme
"Now in the course of thenext few
years, in the course of a Jvery short
time, according to probabilities of hu
man life, there will be four vacancies
on that bench. There are'ninejjudges.
There will be four vacancies very short
ly and it is not impossible or even im
probable that there will still be others
during the administration of the next
President. The character of the next i
President, his judgment, his opportun-
ity for properly choosing wisely in con- I
ncction with the filling of those Ivacan
cies, is of the most serious import to
the future policy of this country, and
the course of its developement. If you
look from Maine to California. you would
find none better qualified to make that
selection than William Howard Taft."
It is just as well for worki.ngmen to
bear in mind what Governor Hughes
says about the appointment of United
States Supreme Court judces.
They ought not to forget, inthis con
nection, that when Taft wasja federal
judge in Ohio he gave labor the worst
of it in every decision. It was Taft,
the judge, who referred to union rail-
j road men as "a band of conspirators"
and who denied to railroad men the
right to refuse to work.
him the power of appointing four
judges of the United States Supreme
Why ;!:e.s the avtrup' banker light
the guaranteeing of deposits at every
chance lie sees? Nearly all the money i
in the hank is deposited subject to
check. On this money the banker
pays no interest yet It Is the capital
on which ho does business. On this
money the depositor pays taxes. So
that the depositor lends money to tho
bank for which he receives no inter
est and on which he even pays the
taxes. Is that liberal enough to suit
the banker? Why does he object to
legislation that would make his depos
itor safe and then would cost hira
practically nothing. Is it just because
he Is afraid that some smaller bank
will stand a more equal chance when
all deposits are guaranteed alike? For
years our legislatures have fallen over
themselves to help the bankers; the
business interests must be looked
after, you know! Now, isn't it about
tune for the depositor, the man who
tin nishos the capital for the business
of the country. to have justice
shown him? Why are the banks so
foolish as to antagonize the greatest
body of the people. They were keen
enough to make friends with them
last fall when so much money was be
ing withdrawn from the banks. The
people demand better security for
their money than they have had in
the past, and better security they are
going to have. On this question the
Nebraska Farmer stands with prac
tically every farnu'r in trie state of
Kansas. We have no reason to doubt
that conditions are any different in
Nebraska. These are not party ques
tions, although some would like to
make them so. They find it much
easier to beat the farmer out if they
can get plenty of party prejudices
mixed up with such questions. But
the farmer isn't so easily beguiled as
lie used to be!
We can win Nebraska for Bryan If
all friends of Bryan and his cause
will work for that good end. But
we should remember that snouting
and boasting will not win this home
state for Bryan. We must win It by
fair and honest effort to convince our
republican friends that Bryan de
serves to carry his home state, and
that his good platform deserves the
support of all Nebraskans who be
lieve that the people should rule.
The rank and file cf Nebraska re
publicans are just as good at heart
as any democrat. They are open to
conviction, and thousands of them will
accept Bryan and his good platform
if we shall appeal to them in a sensi
Are you in favor of making all
tanks safe for the depositors? If so,
go to the polls on elect'on day and
vote tha democrati'' ticket
Cklslioma Guaranty Law.
Some inquires have reached
News respecting the workin
s of the
guarantee of bank deposits law in Ok
lahoma. The following is the last of
ficial statement issued b3' the state
authorities. It bears the signature of
Charles W. Bellamy, chairman of the
state banking board, and Roy C.
Dakes, secretary. It says:
The depositors' guaranty law was
passed December 17, 1007, and was
made operative February 14, 190S.
Bank reports show that the effect of
the law began weeks before the law
was in actual operation. There are
now 556 banks under the new law in
the state, including 57 national banks,
(all national) in the state.
"From December 3, 1907, to Feb
ruary 4, 1908, the deposits in the un
secured banks decreased about an
even half million. The secured na
tional banks for the same period
gained in deposits about $520,000. State
banks (all secured) for the period
from December 11, 1907, to February
29, 1908, shows an increase In depos
its of $716,749.97. For the period end
ing May 14th the secured national
banks show an increase in deposits of
$645. 413. CI. State banks, for the same
period, show an increase in deposits
of $2,355,602.14, and the unsecured na
tionals lost in deposits $C0O,S07.SS.
"For the period ending July 15th,
If-OS state banks show nn increase of j
deposits Of SS2S.G39.91, and 54 secured !
. . , , . . , I
nationals lo-st $o;j,,1S3.40. This de-
fond it ,1 ,-t,.,i Aiin. tr Vi
comptroller of the currency at Wash
ington demanding of several leading
national banks to stay out of the guar
anty fund, leading to the belief that
they would later be prohibited as na
tionals from joining a guarantee fund,
which has since proved true. For the
same period the 251 unsecured nation
als show a decrease In deposits of
, Total increase la deposits In all
secured banks, December to July, per
reports $4,509,221.65. Total decrease
C. P. HALE, President
Wo i" 'timacturi utir work rroin :til kinds n! st.itM'.inl oramte, uii
chaso direct from tlic qiiarries, in the rough, in earlo:nl lots, nii..
c'nincry and automatic tools. See one. of our salesman, or call
Lefore placing' an order for memorial work. You will receive piompt and cmr
toous treatment whether you place a large or small order with us or not .
WHY fiOT TRADE AT HOME? GLENWOOD 88AKIIE WORKS. GLEHWOOD. IA.
j-ii i f M.1.J1 fit tatrnr?-7ayga'b.llA!
BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF SAUNDERS
In Hie Matter of the Oiyun- (
iiition of the Salt Creek
Vallev Drainaire llistrict.
Ni TICK !'
To All Whom It May Concern:
Pursuant to an order of I he lioanl of ( ' unit y
Commissioners of Saunders County. Neln aUa.
made ami entered on M-teml-r !!(. and
ly virt ue of t lie nut iiorit y vestt d in me ty t he
st atute of t he state of S'ehralai heieinal'it-r
deserihed. I. A. N. Klmelund. County Cleik of
Saunders County. Nelra.ska. do heiel.y uive
notice thai on September lims. A. M. Kullt r.
Chas. Miller. Margaret L. Wollcn. Mary K
.lesjiersen. A Ita V. Titus. U. K. Mays. A. T.
Harrow. O. A. K'eet le. C. K'eet !e. .1 . C. Weddell.
II. W. Meinsen. S. II. Loder. Carl Stander. C.
I. K'eet le. A. .1. Kolilins. .1. 11. Keel le and Nel
son Sheft'fr did ti le in t tie ottice of the County
tf'lfti-Lr ,t unndiii-v '..mtf N..lttv.L-M Oiil-
.,..t i. !,,. i. u-.-it i...r .....I il. ..ir tw.iid will,
surety thereon, all ill manner and form as hy
law- mm led. anil v h . h sad and the
surely thereon was on said dale hy me :ip-
proved, the object and prayer of said petition
l.'I.'l nit ill raiiu ain'ii lit .s.i. -li.ti
Valley 1 trainable Ditrict. and .said iM-tition
ln'ietr tiled under the provisions of an Act of
t he Lcirislat ure of t he Stai e of Nebraska, ap
proved by the (iovernor llieieof on March
"An Act to provide for drainatre (list rids to
drain wet land: and land Mibjeci tooerllow:
and any land which will be improved by drain
atrt ; lo build dykes and levees: to construct,
st ratrliten. widen, deepen or alter any ditch,
drain, stream, or watercourse: to riprap or
otherwise protect the bank of any .stream or
ditch: to const i net. enlartre. extend, improve
or m aim ain any drainaire system : to const r net .
enlartre. extend, improve or maintain any s.vs
tern of control of surface water or runninir
water: and the ritrhts. obligations and powers
of such corporations includintr the power of
eminent domain, the creat ion of debts, issuiutr
of netrot iable bonds, and t he levyintr of special
iissessments tm such real est ate and easements
I herein as may be benefitted by such public
i .... i .... ....... .,......,.. ,r i.i it , -
work, and detininy the duties and powers of
That the boundaries of said iiroiosed Salt
Creek Valley I Irainaye llistrict as lixed and
determined hy said Hoard of County Commis
sinners of Sau nders ( ount y. Nebraska, by said
order cut ered on September '.VK li'i s. ate as fol
lows, to-wit :
(All townships referred to below are in
Lanre Nine Last of the Sixth Principal Merid
ian, unless otherwise indicated. Township
No. i:i North l.'antre No. in Last of the Sixth P.
M.. and Township No. i: North 1! autre No.
Kast of the Sixth P. M.. and Sections (hie to
Twcive. both inclusive in Township No. 1:.'
Nofth.ISanireNo.il Last of the Sixth I'. M .,
are in Saunders County. Nebraska. The bal
ance of said Township No. 1:' and all other
Townships below referred to are in Cass Coun
Coinmencinir at a loint on the line forminir
the north boundary line of Sections Iii and '.il
in Township No. lit Nort h. Kantre in Last if t he
sixth P. M.. where the west bank of t lie Platte
Liver intersects said north boundary line,
thence west alonsrthe north boundary line of
said Sections :! and :tl and Section :-'i in Town
ship 13 Nort h. Kantre t Last of the Sixth P. M..
to the northwest corner of said section :i:
theni'e south alontr the west line of .said Sec
tion :; to the northeast corner of the sout heast
1 1 uarter of t he southeast i pi after of Sect ion .'i."
in said Township l.'i: thence west to the center
of the southeast iuarter of said section :!.":
t hence sout h to the southwest corner of the
southeast iiuarter of the sout heast ituarter of
said Sect ion M.": thence east alontr the south
line of said Sect ion :." to t he nort hea.st corner
of Sect ion . in Township l: t hence sout h one
block alon t he center line of fourth Street in
t he City of Ashland. Nebraska, to the center
of 1 he intersect ion of I'ourth Street and Pearl
Street in said City: thence east two blocks
alontr t he center line of Pearl street to the
center of the intersect ion of Pearl street anil
Second st reet in said City: thence sou! h thiee
blocks alont; the center line of Second si reet
to the center of the intersection of second and
( ak st reets in said City: thence west one block
alontr t lie center line of lak st reet to the cen
ter of t he intersect ion of I lak and Third st reets
in said City: thence south three 1 "hicks alontr
t he center line o( Third st reet to t he cent er of
1 he intersect ion of Third anil 1 ey streets in
said City: t hence west three blocks alontr I he
cent er line of 1 ley st 1 eet to the center of t he
intersect ion of I ley and Sixth streets in said
city: t hence nort h one block a'nntr t he center
line of si i 1 1 st i eet to t he center of t hi- i n' er
sect ion of Si x! Ii and si I ver st reel s i u said Cit y :
t lie nee west t hree b. m-'ks a Inter t he center line
"f l! VM' ".the center of the niters,..-;
t ti Hi of Silver and Ninth streets in said uy:
thence south two blocks alontr the center line j
of said N in! h street in said City to iIht;i-i
:iih1 W(.M ,.,.,,.,. n,. f s,-ct ion - in Township
1'.': t heitc wesi alontr t lie e:it and west center
I : ti, -1 if Sect i, uis and I! of sa id Township No. I .'
to t he sout heast cot tier of I he west ha! f of t he
northwest iiuarter of said section 'A: thence
not t h one-half in i le to the north line of said
Sect ion 1 hence west alon' t he nort h I' lie of
said sect inn : and also sect ion 4 in said Town
ship No. 'l to the nort hwesi corner of said Sec
I ion 4 : l hence south t l he center of t he west
line of said Sect ion 4: ihence west to t he cen
ter of Sect ion .'i in said Township number 1:.'.
thence sout h to t he center of I he sout h line of
said Section .": thence west alomr the south
line of said Section ;" to the nort heast corner
of the west half of the northwest iiuarterof
Section s n said Township 1': thence south
one mile to the southeast corner of the west
one-half of the southwest .juarier of saiil sec
tion s: thence east alontr the south line of said
Sect ion s to the northeast corner of the west
half of the northeast iiuarter of Section 17 in
said Township li: thence south to the south
east corner of the west half of the northeast
iiuarter of said Section 17: thence west to the
center of the west line of said Section I": thence
MAXri'ACTl'RKK TO Till
"A I'KRMAXKNT MEMORIAL IS A JOY
f . ii I ii fT1- -- -
Moiuinient IZrected by Us 10 the Nelirwa Cenietciy
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i soul h alon I he line of s-iid Seet i' il l 1 ":
I jiiiil .-eet i. hi .' ' iii -,:ih Township No. I.' to the
-.outhweM corner of -.aid section thence
1 . 'ii.inr ii... ... ..-I i. i !..-.- i ; ..... .. i. ...
; .'Mi in said Township No. 1:.' to the noitimot
c i n r of the northeast .piaitcr of the north-
, east 1 1 uarter of said Seel ii m .. ; I hence si .in h I o
i the center of. the iioitheast iiuarier of said
; Seel ion I hence due wist to the lotih and
I soul 1 1 cent er Ii ne of said Sect ion t hence l tie
I south ah mi.' said north and south cent y I i ne
lolhe uortheast corner of the southeast M'eir
lerofthe southwest .juarier of said -eel ion
.'in: Ihence west to I lie noil II .vest col l.er of t lie
sout 1 1 west "i uarter of t he sou; h west ua 1 1 er of
said Sect ii m :it: thence .south aloiitr ;li. west
liotindat y line of said eet ion :!ii and Seel ion :ii
in said Township No I Jand Sect ion r. in 'J'own-
siup .n. 1 1. io t ne center ot t ne west oounuarv
line of said Sect ion ti: thence cast to the nor: h-
ast i-oiner of I he nor! Invest iiat'ler of the
southwest iinarler of sail Sei-iion r: thence
soutn 1 1 t lie center or the soul Ii west ua rl er
of said Sei-t ion ii; thence east to t he cent er of
t lie sout I least i uarter of said Sect ion e: t hence
soul h to t he
alVer ''ntUl t"' n!ence
east to the southeast cot nei- of said Seel ion ii:
i Ihence north
the centerof t
he east line of
, sani eci ton i: ineiice west to tin; h west
- "i ,.i n.e s..,.i n.asi, .iii.ii.ei oi iiieiioini
east iuarter ot said Sect ton i.; t hence nort h to
t he soul h w st corner of the southeast iitiarlei
. the snuiniy si corner or t he sout heast .itiarte,
oi i 1 1. im m i i ic.isi . 01 .1 1 i ei o -1 011 ,.i 1 11 1 it 11
of t he nort heast tiai ter of Sect ion 111 in Town
ship No. t hence east to t he s nit heast corner
of the southwest tuatler of the northwest
iltiarter of Sect ion :;i in said Township No. 1:.':
Ihence north to the center of the northwest
uuarter of stud Sect ion .";:': thence east to t he
nort heast corner of the southeast iiiarterof
t he ni irt h west i uarter of s;i id sect ion ! he nee
north lt t he center ot the north line ofsam
ect ion :i: t hen -as! to t he sout heast corner:
oi III,- soul n west iiuarterot t he soul heast oil
iwesl iiuarterof t he soul heast iiuar-
ter of Section '!i in said Township No. r:
thence nort Ii to the center of the southeas
ituarter of ...aid Section :.".i; them asl to I hi
i ruin i'i uiryiiiMHii-ii i'iuiri ill s-riiuii
Township No. I:.': t hence nort h (ot he nor! heast
corner of t he northwest i u a 1 1 er of I he sout h-
west iiuarter if sa id Sect ton ''s : t hence east In
the northeast corner of the norlluvest iiuarter
of the southeast iittait, r of said section :.';
thence north to the northeast corner ,.f i he
northwest iiuarterof the northeast iiuarter of
said Sect ion :.s; thence west to the cet.terof
the north line of said Section :: t henc,. n i ' h
t o t he cent er of Set ion '1 in sa id Ti i wnsh i 1 1 N o
1 - : I hence east 1 o t he cent er of 1 he east line of
said Section -jl : thence north aloiar the east
boundary line of said sect ion Jl and sect im. Pi
in said Township No. 1:.' to the nori heast cor
ner of said Sect ion lt: Ihence east alontr the
nort h line of Sect ions !." and 14 in said Town
ship Nn. I :i to t he cent er of the nort h lininiiia ry
line of said Section 14: Ihence ni.tih to the
northwest cot tier of the soulhwest i;narter of
t lie sout heast iiuarter of section II in Town
ship No. 1:.': thence east to the nort heast cor
ner of l he southeast iiuarter of t he sout heast
mart er of said St ct ion II: 1 hence nort h to 1 ne
nort beast corner of said Section ii: thence
West alontr t he nort h line of said Section II to
a IKiint where the same intersects the south
east boundary line of the ritriit of way of the
Chicatro. Hui lintrton A: Juincy Kail road Coin- :
pany: thence alontr the sout least boundary
li ne of t lie ritrhl of way of said The Chicatro. .
Iturlintrton -.-v CJuincy Kailroad Company in a
northeasterly direct ion to a point eitrhi y rods
south of the north line of section 1 in said
Township Nn. h': thence due east to the east ;
boundary line of said Section 1: t hence nort h ;
to t he nort heast cot ter of said Sect ion 1 ; t hence ,
east al ntr t he in nth I i ne of sect ion ti i n T w n- '
ship No. l:J North. Lanire in Last of the sixth,
P. M.. to a ixiint one hundred feet west of the
west bank of Salt Creek where said stream
crosses said nort h boundary line: t hence fol-
lnwintrthe meaixleri ntrs of said Stilt Creek at a j
distance of one hundred feet southwest from j
the southwest bank thereof to its junction i
Willi the main channel of the Plat te Liver:
thence followintr the west, bank of said main ;
channel of the Platte River in its meanderinirs ;
in a northwesterly direct inn to the point of ',
betrinnintr: thelartrest portion of the land in- ;
eluded within said boundaries beintr located in ;
Saunders County. Nebraska. !
All landowners within the boundaries of;
said proiiosed Salt Creek Valley lirainat-'e I lis-
t rict and all oi hers concerned are hereby no-;
tilied that an elect inn will be held on Monday.
Oct. r.Y.th. I'.'iis. between the hours of eitrht ;
o'clock A . M. and six o'clock P. .L. at the of-
fice of t he County Clerk of sauniiers Coutit v. i
Nebraska, in the County Court House at
V. ahoo in said county: ihat at said election
the ijuestioii of the formation of said salt
Creek Valley I irainatri- llistrict shall be de
termined, and a board of tive,lirect,,rs shall l e
elected, said boa t d t o t ake ollice cont i ntr, -nt ly
i.i 1 1 The form at ion of sail I district.
In witness win reof I have hereunto sub
scribed my name and attached my otlicial seal
iisCoiin'y Clerk of Saunders County. Nebras
ka, at my othce i n t he on ii' y ''unit i i !!- a'
Wali.hiiti said County this September '.'. 1'.'
A . N. Kl.M Ki t' M'.
Ciunl v Clerk of sauiic r-- ( ;;;ity.
si: L. Nebraska.
To Perry Marsh, defendant . ui'.l ial,,- i. .;,
that on I he PJ1 n day , if seicet.s i-cr. l"-. I . I :mra
Marsh, plaint itT herein, tiled her petition in
the district court of Cass county. Neb: as',, a.
atrains! said defendant, t he oh ,e, t and pra.ver
of wll ich is t o obt ;i i n a liect ie of I i i . . ,t ce ft i i ' 1 1
the I loin is of mat ri mony from I he sa i d H f i ni
ant. for the reason that the defendant i t
1 1 eated t lie plaint itT with ex I reme cine It y. and
has desei ted plaint i!T and does not sup; -ort her
and is absent from her without any just cause.
You aie reiinircil to answer said petition on
or before the :.Vt h day of ictober. A. I .. H'.
KLNoKA MALsll. Plaintiff.
Fine box candies. (Lowney's)
ing & Co.
R. BRUCE, Secretary
- : COXSl'MKR
! i, -r
t r ; u r
i i l . i -)la:it.
, afier all, the big cities and the
centers haven't seen that f u I
Ik batik guarantees are good for Ok
lahoma, they are good for the United
States and for Nebraska.
Tin: light of Taft's friends to kt ep
Roo.-evelt oil" the stump is a pretty one,
i ,,t u . . . , . ,
Ut he .sure itches tOtJUCCT his faVOr-
Mil Takt did not tell the people any
! EMd reaSO" Wh' the election of United
j States ci.irjl..i-c 1.. flr. ....,..1
i .v t..
, a goou ming
j 0 matter who Caused the nanic last
fall and this summer and fall, the fact
remains there is a panic and there are
thousands out of work in the land. And
every man out. of work means one less
mouth able to buv the farmers urn.
Wanted to Buy A
wagon load of
("ash deal. In-
L'"Od eating potatoes
(, j j. i thit: otlice
Best Time foSeoi
EBlffSTSgnrBraa: r.s. a.nY. ir iJI ,& Zf'S
Every first and third Tues
day of each month, low-priced
homeseeker's excursions are
run over the lines of the : : :
M issouri Pacific
into the rich and resourceful
farming regions of the Sout h
west. Itis asplendid chance
for the Northern and Eas
tern farmer, r.fter his wheat
is gathered, to combine a
pleasure and propecting trip.
Write for rates and literature to
HUGH NORTON, Agent.
Ry., Plattsmouth, Neb.
Dr. Hess9 Stock Food
scientific compound for horses and cattle.
Hess' Stock Food
guaranteed to give results.
F. G. FiKCKi: tc Co., Druggists.
WHEN THE KETTLE SINGS
it's a si jn of coil satisfaction. Want
to hear the music in your kitchen?
Easvordor coal from this oi-iice and
yard. The output of the Trenton
mine the fuel we handle has no su
perior anywhere, its eijual in few
J. V. EGENBERGER,
'PHflWP Plattsmouth No. 22.
rnunc BfcU No. 3
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
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