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WHITE WINS THE
EnilSte !:3 Ccrfe Cfl
S5,000 fell P. 23.
AVIATORS MKE SWIFT FLIGHTS
Winner of Cud Goes at Speed That Ex
rH M,l. Dfr Minute All Rt.'jrdJ I
Are Smashed at International Avia
tion Meet in New -York.
New York, Oct 31 Claude Gra
liame-White. the English Uyer, won
the James Gorduu Ut-nnetl Interna
tional trophy at the international avia
lion tournament. With It goes a eaih
prize of $5,000. The time made toi
the twenty rounds of the long couise
a distance Of til miles Wl.l llhe.y
i-tand as a mark to bo flown at lor
tome time to come He ma'ie the dls
tance In a twenty-mile wind in 1
hour. 1 minute. 4 seconds This Is
flyins at a rate of more than a nine a
l fc-fx:' -V:
JAMLa 'ijURDOX BENNETT CUP.
ered so dangerous that the visiting
teams lodged a piotest against it.
I Arnislronir Drexel, the Philadcl I
I'M- "L. '
., . . ..,,iu r thulkn. as hereinafter set forth In full, Is
pnian, iiictu sc .uu.o,.-,
course in 26 nnnut'iS, 4 08 secomlS.
i,b n MnU-ant nf fhiraifO cov-
ered only six rounds in 23 minutes.
oc -i corr.twla
.. . t i .
IHlth mf-n saw mat It was nopeieas
tn trv in rnmnfte acainst the fast tiliH
made by OrahamoW hite , earlier in
the day. when they were handicapped
l.v tho necesitv of flchtintr a gale.,
by me mci -suy oi iibu""t a ka,
Molssant was blown off the course
in his last turn to the home stretch
tnUino a wido circle ovpr the grand Section 1. (Who are electors.) Kv
taKlng a Wiao circle over me b1""1' ery male citizen of the United States, of
Stand and landing on the field. the age of twenty-one years, who shnll
riiiirlet Hamilton the driver of the
LliurifS lunimuu, in. uiiv-i
100-horso power llamiltontan, man
airpd to eel ill Uip air twenty five min-
T i . ', , , i ,i ,
titf-s bf-fore the bomb sounded me
bour of 3:32, when ntries closed
., . v. ,i , ,,l,l
tut. in thp face. of the wind, he could
not cro'iS the stalling lilli; before the
James Hadley, the. remaining mem
ber of the English team, also cot up.
tut too l.itf to competo. flo returned
to earth a"nln and wnt to the stabK
C. E. MiTCHELL IS INDICTED
Kansas -Ciy Merchant Whose Firm
Failed Is Charged With Fraud
Kansas City, Oct. 31. An indict
ment charging fraud was reuirnc-d by
tho I!n:t"cl Slates lufuvl jury against
tj. .uiiciitii ui toe iiv-iuiii.i mii
.... , .,..r...., XTI...1...11
Ilrv r.nrul. r omul II V. Will I Went into
. .... ni n
Uinnupuy uu. in, i.io.i.
The indictment charges that Mr.
Mitchell, as president and primal
stockholder or the company, increased
i t..nm irnmwi in
u,e (.apii.ii scu.k ..w...
$250,000 and Offered tlie preierreci
-.i, c,. L.nin rhmi ibo ni-m una In n
niU'-R I'JI "tivil in... .u
Tim assets of the company were
sold last February to the highest bid
der for $!3,150. The debts aggre
TRAIN RAIDED FOR LIQUORS
Fifty-Five Bottles of Intoxicants Con
fiscated in Kansas.
Topeka. Oct. 31. The buffet car of
the Golden State limited, the Iiolk
Ivlnnd n tbroiiirh rnllfnrnln. train was I Mne itunarea ana irn, anu or imb in
islandB ttirougn unuornia train, was . .. . .. ,,r.lted states the
raided under the prohibition law when
the train pulled In here. Thlrty-fiv.
bottles of fancy liquors were confis
cated and a negro waiter was arrested
Clerin Zumwalt, a field agent of the
State Temperance union, was on the
train coming east ncross Kansas. He
discovered that Intoxicants were being
served In the buffet, car. Ho tele-
graphed Ehoad to Topeka and the
sheriffs ofTirers met the train.
Shortaqe in French Wheat.
Washington, Oct. 31,-The shortage
In the crop of French crown wheat
this year is estimated in a report to
the United States government, by Con
sul General Sharp rt Lyon, at .".,fiOO,
OO'I buKhels. He adds that the French
are looking to Argentina wiih the
hope that the lar.'e croji them will
lower the price of wheat tliion -'ior.t
Bailey Buys Washington House.
Washington, Oct. 31. Senator Jo
seph W. Pailey of Texas, apparently
confident that he Is to rur.aln In
Washington as the represent at we of
the l)iie Star stnte In the somite, has
bought a roi.idcuce at 2C20 Coou'Xtl
IITK K OF IMUPOITIO TO tl'l'l-2
Sl'Kl 1 L I'll.
The electors of the County of Cans, In
the Slate of Nebraska, will take n"tlet
that at the general election to te helii
on the Stti day of November, A D, 1S10,
the proposition or levying a Fpeeiai lux
of 2' mills on $1.00 valuation on nil
taxable property of Cass County for
the purpo.su of building a county Jail
will be submitted to a vote or cue peo
ple. The proposition Is set forth in the
following resolution, to-wu:
I!K IT KKSul.VKl) by the uoaru or
County Commissioners of the County
of Cass anil the State of Nebraska, in
regular adjourned f.ession assembled
this 4th day of October A. D, 1910. that
for the purpose of obtaining authority
bv a vote or the electors or crh
County, Nebraska, to levy and colleo.
a siier a tax on itil laxame property
in said county for the purpose or build- i
nipt Ll'UWlJ J.W tv in. , ...
mouth, in -aid county and state, the
question and proposition of levying
and collecting a special tax for said
purpose be submitted to the leiral voters
or Cass County in tlie Mate or .enra-
Wn. t the ireneral election to be held
,.,-.,m),i.r Klli A n 11111
rnat nam question ami proposition
so to he submitted is In words una
liKures as follows:
Shall the Hoard or countv commis
sioners of Cass County, Nebraska, or
other person or persons, charged by
law with tlie levying of taNes for said
county, for the time being, in addition
to the annunl taxes, cause to be levied
a special tax or nuns on i.uo
valuation on all taxable property of
said county for the purpose of building
a county Jail at tlie City or l'latts
mouth, Onss County, Nebraska, taking
RUch a(.ti()n ag tie requirements of tlie
l '.".liwonlli tn lw nil th nvnnl nf
in Wlicn CMnfa iiuiur nun imim mni, n mi
l. 1.1 .1.11.1
I II W lllU'l pms ii i ru m itiiim v nun ii i iv.
may demand, said special tax to be
levied and collected ono year and one
PROVIDED that said special tax of
rniilH be levied at the time of mak-
In the year 1911. and be entered upon
the tnx lists for that year, and col
lected In the same tnnnner as other
taxes; and that proceedings shull com
mence for the erection of the sold Jail
as soon after the authority Is obtained
from the said electors as Is possible
under the law and provisions of the
statutes In such cases made and pro
vided, and be continued without un
necessary delay until the same shall
That snld question end proposition
above set forth shall be submitted to a
vote of the legal voters of said county
In the following form ami manner,
that is to say, the form of the ballots
to be used at such election In favor of
said question and proposition shall be
I vote for the levy and collection of
a special tax for the purpose of build
ing a county Jan.
And the form of the ballots to be
used at such election against said ques
tion and proposition shall be as fol
lows: "I vote against the levy and collec
tion Of a special tax for tlie purpose of
building a county Jail.
C. is. Jordnn.
Cl nlrman Hoard of County
1). C. Morgan, County Clerk.
The following proposed arnennment to
the constitution of the State of Nebras
Emitted to the electors of the State
nf Nebraska, to be voted upon at the
ireneral election to be. held Tuesday,
November St h, A. D., 191D.
a joint rksom'TIOM to amend
Section one (1) of Article seven (7) of
the Constitution of the State of Ne
It Enacted by the Legislature of
. gBptofl j (Andmenc constitution
proposed.) That section ono (1) of
article seven (7) of the constitution of
Nehrnskn. the senate con-
Uuri lng, he so amended us to read as
Have been a resident or this state six
months next Dreeedlng the election nnd
0f the county, precinct or ward, for the
term provided by law bo an elector;
provided. That persons of foreign
tlrtn wh0 ,1Hl, hnvP declared their la
tent ion to become clt'zens conformably
in me laws or iiib i nueu muni's Him
are vo,n 8t ,ne tak,ns cffp(.t of th,s
amendment, r.ipv continue to exercise
tne rignt or sunriige until nui-n iiiiih
as they may have resided In the United
States five yeurs after which they shall
take out full citizenship papers to he
entitled to vote at uny succeeding elec
Section 2. (Ballots.! That at the
Rcnernl election nineteen hundred and
ten (1910) there shall be submitted to
he electors of the stnte for their ap
proval or rejection tlie foregoing pro
posed amendment to the constitution
relating to the right of suffrage At
such election, on the ballot of eneh
elector voting for or against said pro
posed amendment, shall be written or
nmpn(,mPnt t0 t,,e constitution relating
to the right of suffrage," and "Against
printed tho words: for proposed
ISHiil n iiiiu.irii uiiit'iiunit-ui ,u me v.tiii-
stltutlon relating to the right of suf
Section S. (Adoption.) If such an
amendment bo approved hv a mnloritv
of all electors voting at such election,
stltutlon of the State of Nebraska,
I ADDlOved April 1. lUUil.
I, Ceorge (!. Junkln. -Secretary of
State, of the State of Nebraska do here
by certify thnt the foregoing proposed
. , ' . . ,- n.nBH,..tln . ,1.-
II llll. II LI 111111 IV HID V. IlllfflllUll'lII 'l III"
State of Nebraska Is a true and correct
copy of the original enrolled and en
grossed bill, as passed py tne tnirty
first session of the legislature of the
Stnte of NebrasKa. as appears from said
original bill on file In this office, and
tnat sa d proposed amendment Is sun
mltted to the qualified voters of the
.State of Nebraska for their adoption or
rejection at the general election to ha
held on Tuesday, the Sth day 01 No
vember. A. V., 1910.
In Testimony Whereof. T have here
unto set my hand and affixed the great
seal of the State of Nebraska. Done
at Lincoln this 29th day of July, In
the year of our Lord. One Thousand
orre Hundred and Thirty-fifth, and of
this Slate me r nny-muri n.
GliOKOR C. JUNKIM,
(Seal) Secretary of State.
OKDIX.XXCK XO. JHI.
Ail Ordinance vacating that part
of Pearl Street, between Blocks 32
nd 47, from the West line of the
gtreet running North and South, on
Vat ,,, nf EnI,i itwks. tn the
Kast line or 'ihira btreet in mo city
Plattsmouth, State of Nebraska,
designating the reversion or tine
thereto, providing for the sale and
transfer of such title and providing
for the payment of expenses connect
ed with the passage of this ordinance.
Be It Ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Plattsmouth:
Section 1. That that portion of
Pearl Street between Blocks 32 and
47, In the City of riattsniouth, State
of Nebraska, and from the West line
of the street running North and
South on the Fast side of said Blocks,
to tho East line of Third Street, be
and the same Is hereby vacated.
. Section 2. That the title to said
Street so vacated shall revert accord
ing to law, subject to all rights, liens,
lneuniberanrcs or title to which anv
Individual company, corporation, as
sociation or society may have been
entitled through said City of Platts
itiouth. Section 3. That the Mayor and
City Clerk of said city, be and they
are hereby authorized to sell, quit
claim and transfer any and all title or
interest of :aid City of Plattsmouth
In and to said street so vacated.
Section 4. That any aud all ex
penses made or Incurred In the vaca
tion of said street, as hereinbefore
set forth, and in the publication of
this ordinance, shall bo pa'd by the
party to whom said City of Platts
niouth shall sell, quit claim and
transfer said title.
Section 5. That all ordinances or
parts of ordinances heretofore In
effect In conflict herewith be and the
same are hereby repealed.
Section 6. That this Ordinance be
In force and effect from and after
this passage approving publication
- ---0 v
11 costs and expenses connected
herewith ns hereinbefore provided.
Passed and approved this 24th day
of October, A. D., 1910.
Seal ) '
Attest: John P. Sattler,
P.. G. Wurl, City Clerk. Mayor.
Notice to llonrt Kidders for Pint I s
.mouth Paving Honris.
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the office of
the City Clerk of the City of Platts
mouth at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, up
to 4 o'clock p. m. of the 11th day of
November, A. D., 1910, for the pur
chase of the following described
Plattsmouth City Paving Bonds, to
wit: Seven raving Ponds of the City of
Plattsmouth of Five Hundred Dol
lars each, with five per cent Interest,
payable annually, due In ten years
after date, redeemable at any time
after one year from date.
Twenty-four District Paving Bonds
of Paving District No. 3 of the City
of Plattsmouth, of Five -Hundred
Dollars each, with six per cent In
terest, payable annually, due as fol
lows: Numbers one to four, Inclusive,
due in one year.
Numbers five to eight, Inclusive,
duo In two years.
Numbers nine and ten, due In
Numbers eleven and twelve, due In
Numbers thirteen .and
due In five years.
Numbers fifteen and sixteen, due In
Numbers seventeen and eighteen,
due in seven years.
Numbers nineteen and twenty, due
in eight years.
Numbers twenty-one and twenty
two, due In nine years.
Numbers twenty-three and twenty
four, due In ten years.
Any of the last above named bonds
not due within five years shall be re
deemable on demand of the City of
Plattsmouth at any time after five
years from date of issue.
Pids for Paving Ponds of the City
of Plattsmouth may Include one
Bond, more than ono or all thereof.
Bids for District Paving Bonds of
Paving District No. 3 of the City of
Plattsmouth must be for each subdi
vision separately, and tlie Mayor and
City Council expressly reserve the
right to sell only such of said last
named bond3 as they may select.
No bids will be considered for less
than par value of either series of
said bonds or any part thereof.
The right to reject any and all bids
for either series of bonds or parts
thereof is expressly reserved by the
Mayor and City Council.
Bids will conform to the following"
To tho Mayor and City Council of
the City of Plattsmouth:
hereby offer In cash
Paving Bonds o(
the City of Plattsmouth.
To the Mayor and City Council of
the City of Plattsmouth:
hereby offer for District
Paving Bonds of Paving District No
3 of the City of Plattsmouth as fol
For numbers one to four, Inclusive,
For numbers five to eight, Inclusive
For numbers nine and ten
For numbers eleven nnd twelve . ..,
For numbers thirteen and fourteen
For numbers fifteen and sixteen..
For numbers seventeen and eighteen
For numbers nineteen and twenty..
For numbers twenty-one and tweuty-
For numbers twenty-three and twenty-four
Witness our hands at the City of
Plattsmouth, State of Nebraska, this
31st day of October, A. D., 1010.
B. O. Wurl. John R. Satflcr,
. City Clerk. Mayer.
Eilllene Sheridan Heads Com
pany of Live Ones
The strides that have been made In
the character of the performances of
extravaganza companies is exempli
fied In the programme of the F.eh-
man show wnicn began an engage
ment at the Popular Gayety theatre
in Omaha, beginning Sunday, October
30. With a roster of 53 persons,
men and women picked for their
qualifications and experience as enter
tainers, a musical comedy with a
clear cut story and diverting with
the high class Broadway productions,
original and catchy music, most of It
contributed by the foremost compos
ers of the day, and scenic novelties
and ingenius stage groupings the
claim of the management that the
company is unexcelled In Its lines Is
fully Justified. Besides tho singing,
dancing and features that appeal to
the eye several high class vaudeville
acts are Interspersed between the two
acts of the musical comedy that Is
presented. Killene Sheridan is the
leader of the company. She has a
daintiness of style, piquancy, chlcness
and sparkle that Is refreshing. In
addition she has a pleasing voice, is
nimble' of foot, Is clever In travesty
work and in Impersonations and pos
sesses the faculty of illuminating her
lines by vivid expression and action
that carry exery word across the foot
lights. Lillian Herndon proves a
capable assistant, with her dash and
Insouciance. Lon Hascall, formerly
of the Cecil Fpooner company, enacts
the-role of a cheeky but likeable and
manly fellow with true comedy
spirit. Will J. Kennedy, until recent
ly with Lottio Williams company,
Bay J. Iargay and George Siegman
I bave the other leading parts. "Palm
Beach," is the title of the musical
comedy. Leo. Fdwards, the most
successful writer of tho day, has fur
nished the music and Ballard Mac
donald and Mr Hascall provided tlie
book and lyrics.
The scenes are lam In the Florida
winter resort and In Monto Carlo,
views from those places being repre
sented with picturesque effect. One
of tho scenic novelties Is the flight of
the Wright aeroplane which skims
across the stage with Miss Sheridan
as a passenger across the footlights.
The chorus consists of "20 so-called
"show girls," statuesque and resplen-
dant in a variety of harmoniously
colored costumes of rich fabrics and
the same number of "ponies" lithe,
agile and springhlly, whose presence
and movements adds to tho ensemble
features. Six excellent variety num
bers are Introduced between the act.
MIhs Killene Sheridan is a young
monologist who is a departure from
the average entertainer of that class.
She possesses a strong magnetism,
has a pleasing persons lity and sing
ing voice, tells her torles In a quizzi
cal way, beside demonstrating the
value of good enunciation in her
original Jokes and parodies.
Lon Hascall & Co. presents .lames
J. Corbett's big vaudeville sensation,
"Pals" staged with al lthe accesso
ries etc., to make this alone a pro
duction In Itself.
The Behman show will bo remem
bered as the first extravaganza com
pany to play at tho Gayety last sea
son. Ladies clime matinee uany,
Mr. C. C. House! and wife and
babe, of Louisville, arrived this
morning and will be the guests of
William Clements and family for a
THE GEHMAN SHOW
Co you want an
If you do, get one who has
Experience, Ability, Judgement.
Teleprnph or write
DatesTmade at this tffice or the
Murray State Bank.
Good Service Reasonable Rale
RIOT IN FRENCH
D5bat3 03 RarwyS!rMc;i:lt3
1:1 Scsns o: Tu:l)j!:rc3.
mm issues ef;n3e.
Social. stj Create Lproar in Crs-rtf
cf Deputiet Vhen Brland S.. Hs
Would Have Resorted to lega'
Means to ae FatherUna.
Paris. Oit. 31 The JL'are or. the
rjiUuy sii ike, in wl.:c;i Hi-? g-jven
uu iit has ben bitterly uracil u m d.'i
chamber ot deputies by the j..:il'.i.i
look a new and Urr.nur.ic turn. L-ur
ing the ."casual, which was not cr.ly
the mort violent lu the history of ti'.-'
French parliament, but rivaKil r.i us
order hint turbulence the btsiloui oi
the national convention during tlu
1-riiich revolution, Pnr.ilor Prianj
himself was the pivot on whkh th
druina turned, and the ecu -ral ve:
did Is that certain government vic
tory has been changed lino Los.iil.l.
Smarting ujider the repeated attacks
of M. Jauies. the leader of tile so
clallstH, and others, the premier b npn.
to his feet and, defending the cab
luet's suppression ot t ie strike rs a
revolutionary outbreak, exclaimed:
"If the actual laws had been insuf
ficlent, we would not have hesitated to
resort to Illegality for the purport o"
preserving the fatherland."
An uproar followed turse words.
The socialists jumped up and were
Joined by a number of radicals. With
shouts of anger they moved towards
the tribune, crying: "Resign! dic
Desks were banged nnd the chamber
was a perfect bedlam with the noise
of shouts and cheers. One socialist
tried to fight his way to the tribune
to strike Brland. Throughout all, the
premier stood clam and dignified nnd
for three quarters of an hour waited
patiently, hut vainly, to make himself
hoard. Finally M. Brlsson, president
of tho chamber, nmld cries and Im
precations from the socialists, ad
journed the debate.
When the debate was resumed, Pr?
mler Brland, In accomplished oratory
flayed tho socialists for their violence
In forbidding him the right of speech
His frank appeal for republican pup
port, r suited In a vote of i onlM mk
SERIOUS RIOTS IN BERLIN
Crow Attempts to Prevent Purchase!
by Patrons of Butchsr.
Berlin, Oct. 31. Serious rlotins;
broke out In connection with a stilUc
of workmen employed by a butcher. A
crowd, largely composed of hall' grown
boys, gathered In front of the shop
and tried to prevent any person from
making purchases. '1 hoy even set up
on and beat women. The crowd grew
in dimensions to thousands, where
upon the police were called out In
large numbers nnd tried to disperse
the multitude without the use of wean
ons. The rioters snowereu mem w..a
bottles aud stones and many (.e;'so;ia
threw missiles from the windows of
adjoining houses. The police finally
were so hard pressed that they drew
their sabers and drove the crowd be
fore them. A number of rioters fell
from saber strokes.
PAY MILLIONS TO CROSS SEA
Passengers Thii Year Have Spent IVJ,
000,000 for Ticket.
New Yoik, Oct. 31 Figures of
trans Atlantic passenger travel for tho
portion of tho year already passed as
sume large proportions aud are fur
ahead of those for lUO'J.
The number of first cabin passen
gers from tho beginning of tho year
to Sept. 23 was 1C8.420 and promises
to break all previous records. Thi
entire number of passengers carried
both eastward and westward aero;,:
the Atlantic to Sept. 23 was 1.4:i(!.ICn.
the travelers having spent about $3."),
000,000 for their Journeys.
At. present tho rush back from Eu
rope, which began Aug. 1, Is still !n
full swing. In all probability It will
fall off rapidly after today.
Rioting in Jersey City.
New York, Oct. 31. The strike of
express company drivers and helpers,
which has been dally growing more
serious, resulted In a fierce battle In
Jersey City, In which 100 policemen
faced an angry mob of 10,000 strlko
sympathizers and fired volley after
volh, at them. Tho fusillade of bul
lets was! followed by an attack with
clubs, In which scores of persons were
Descendant of Columbus Dead.
Madrid. Oct. 31. Tho Duke of Vera
gua, a descendant of Christopher Co
lumbus nnd former minister of marlno,
died here. He was born In 1S37. II"
visited the United States In 1S92 on
(ha occasion of the Columbus celebra
tion, ntid was receive I with hUh
honors as the representative of the
Score Hurt in Bleachers' Fall.
Pittsburg, Oct. 31. A score of men
were hurt when a huge bleacher stand
collapsed on Hie second floor of tho
old city hall. Three hundred specta
tors at a boxing exhibition wero pre
cipitated Into a mang'ed muss ot
human bodies and splintered wood.
Old KooMeis 4
Stag Boosters G'i
Ducks, fat 8
Geese, fat 8
lllgest prices paid for all kinds of
Church Xtites Overlooked.
The Christian church notes which
were handed to the Journal reporter
on the street, through an oversight,
l ever got out of his coat pocket until
Saturday evening after the paper was
The Items of Interest which have
not already transpired are: Ladies
Aid meets Wednesday afternoon with
Mrs 11. McKay and lunch will bo
served. Bible study class Wednesday
evening at the church at 7: 4.1, and
thoir rehearsal at 8:30, Ladies In
dustrial meets Thursday afternoon at
3 o'clock, with Mrs. William Balrd.
Regular meeting of the Loyal Sons
and Loyal Daughters at the homo of
Rev. Uatcllfl'e on Thursday evening.
Regular services next Lord's day, as
In the case tried to Judge Archer
last Wednesday and taken under ad
visement until last Saturday, tho
plaintiff, Vondorn, was given Judg
ment against tho defendant, Buttery,
In the sum of $59.30.
Tho prayer of tho complaint was
for over a hundred dollar's, and the
defendant counterclalmed for more
than that sum, and the case was a
rather complicated one, as the evi
dence was very conflicting. There was
evidence of repairs having been or
dered done, and brush cut and the
orchard cleared out, which was not
In the written contract.
Reds In the Lead.
Yesterday was nut Ideal day on
the water, and the ocean going ves
sels left tho wharf at the M. K.
church with a full head of sleain.
nnd made 920 miles as against 974
the previous Sunday. The fleet was
stopped In mid ocenn to take cm
board seen new passengers which
came to them from U'ellman's air
craft. Pilot Hill was at tho wheel
yesterday and saw that no slionls
were, btruck. The reds came lu with
the greatest number of miles to their
id-edit. Watch out for the' Uucs
Xollie of I 1 mil Sellleiiieitt.
State of Nebraska, County of Cass, ss.
In the matter of the Fstate of An
drew Henry Peterson, deceased.
To all poisons Interested in said
estate, and especially Johanna An
derson and Anna Peterson, non-residents,
and Carl Albert Peterson, you
and each of you are hereby notified
that final report and petition for final
settlement of tlio administrator of
said estate have been liled In this
office, showing receipts In the sum of
$1,035. 1)0 and claims paid apd other
disbursements In the sum of $704.97.
A hearing will bo had on said report
and petition at my office In the city
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on the 3rd
day of December, 1910, at 10 o'clock
a. tn., at which time tho prayer of
said petition will bo granted or
Witness my hand and seal of said
court this 31st day of October, 1910.
(Seal) Allen J. Beeson,
Farm for Sale 160 acres, good
Improvements, House has nine (9)
rooms. Large barns, corn cribs and
fruit. Ono and one-half miles from
a town on the Burlington & Union
Pacific railways; 12 miles from Lin
coln; splendid blink soil, bs crops
will show. No rock, stone or gravel,
has been rented to owner's son at
1-3 crop and has paid owner nine
hundred dollars annually. Price $90
per acre. Address C. II. Barstow,
No. 1243 Q street, Lincoln, Neb. ltw
Farm for Saio.
Tho NWli, 29, 11, 12. Any ono
looking for a first-class, well im
proved IfiO-acre farm In Cass county,
can find It In this. Enquire of John
M. Leydn, Plattsmouth, Neb.
1 0-27-1 Otdw.
Pi For Sale.
I hive a number of sprin,? male
Duroc-Jersey pip;s for sale.
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
' Boars the
Signature of LCcisfa
Ml & ion
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