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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1911)
From Thursday's Dally
li. F. W lies was u passenger to
South Omaha today l inspect the
Slock market, returning on No. 24.
Simon Schluler and wife of
Murdoek arrived .today and will
Visit Louis Dose and wife for a
II. (i. Miller of Alvo visited J. II.
Becker and family yesterday, re
turning to his home on the
Charles Patterson of Arapalio
arrived on No. ' this morning and
will look after business mailers
for a time.
Mrs. M. A. )iekson, who has
been visiting friends in Omaha
for a few days, returned Ibis
James Hoover of Louisville'
visited I'lal I suioutb today and
looked after some items of busi
ness between trains.
Miss Kleanor Todd went lo
Omaha this afternoon, where, she
will visit her aunt, Mrs. K. 0. May
field, over Sunday.
Miss Cora Higgle, who has been
a guest, of Miss Marie Kaufmann
for a lime, departed for her home
at Oregon, Mo., I his morning.
.1. 0. Meisinger ami son, Hugo,
bf near Cedar Creek, were in I he
city Wednesday on business and
made the Journal a pleasant call.
Mrs. James Sage visited her
sister, Mrs. O. M. Slreighl, at
Omaha for I he day, going lo I lie
city on the lirt train Ibis morn
ing. Jlennie Speek and his brol her,
Fred, of near Murray, visited the
metropolis Ibis afternoon ami
.spent some time with I heir
l!onie c. I',. TelVI of Weep
ing Water came in last evening
and appeared in the probate court
this morning and attended to some
W. II. Meisinger of near Cedar
Creek was a I'lallsmonlli visitor
yeslerdav. having come down to
tht county seat lo look after soiih
Ij. I. Swil.er, roinmissionei
from the Second district, came in
last evening ami met with III
board for the I ransarl ion of conn
1y business loday.
Mrs. S. 0. t'lilaml of Ashland,
who has been a guest of her
mother, Mrs. Peter Perry, for a
few days, returned to her home
(1. II. Vallery of near Murray
was in the city today looking after
Mrs. William Oilmore and Mrs.
W. A. Taylor returned yesterday
from Panama, Iowa, where they
have visited relatives for a time.
John Merginan of near Murray
drove in from the farm today and
hoarded the early train for the
metropolis, where he was called
Mrs. John Albert visited her
(laugliler, miss r.inina, ai, ine nos-
ilal yesterday. Miss Kiiima is
not doing as wen as ncr parents
had hoped she would.
Mrs. Kd Trilseh and daughter,
Adelia, ami Miss hafTenberger
drove in from their homes this
morning and look the early Iraki
for Omaha, where they spent the
)r. Oreeib-r left for Chicago
on .o. last evening, wnere ne
will allend the I'niled Slates Live
Stock Sanitary association, which
convenes December 5 and fl.
Hepresenlal ives from every part
of I be country will be present and
Dr. Oreeder will boost I he West
ern Serum company and its pro
From Friday's Dally.
Mrs. Luke Wiles visited Omaha
friends for a few hours between
trains today, going on No. 15 this
Mis. Henry LehnliolV of Lincoln
iuried yesterday and will be a
uuesl of the August, Taitsch home
for a few days.
I. Pearlman of Omaha arrived
on Ihi' morning train from his
I city to look alter his real
estate interests in Plat Isinoiil h.
Miss Mathilda Vallery was a
passenger to the metropolis on
Hie afternoon train today, where
she will visit friends for a time.
It. F. Wiles shipped lambs to
Hie South Omaha market, this
morning and followed later on No.
ir to look after Hie sale of Hie
Miss Mary foster, munly
superintendent, departed for
Weeping Water this morning,
where an educational meeting
W. C. Davis of Nebraska City,
M. P. Davis and Mrs. H. 0. Kendall
of I n ion motored lo l'laltsiunulh
this morning lo look after some
M. I'.rving of Liberty precinct
returned from Tekaniab and other
interior Nebraska points loday,
A Beautiful Tribute.
Several days ago we were .-landing
on the street talking to a busi
ness man of our town. The dusky
shadows were enveloping the
earth and it was not easy to dis
tinguish persons passing ' along
unless particular attention was
called to them. While talking a
lady passed by ami the gentleman
asked us whether we knew who it
was. We replied that we did not.
He said, "Thai is the prettiest and
hi-sl woman in town." Wishing to
know what lady possessed such
ipialilies, we asked him her name
ami he said, "That is my wife."
No liner tribute could be paid lo
any woman than this husband
paid to his wife, though she was
not conscious of it. Such tributes
are deserved by tens of thousands
of women and yet they remain un
said by unthinking, thought less
husbands. "Kind words litly
spoken are like apples of silver
in pictures of gold." Who is it
that, does not appreciate the kind
word opportunely spoken? A little
commending praise at the righl
time? A recognition of some
thing done, though it be a trifle?
Thousands of noble women never
hear a word of praise from their
husbands ami it saddens the sen
sitive nature and causes shadows
to fall on the iove-llre that was
once bright as the stars on a clear
night. "The prettiest and best
woman in town." Who can coin a
grander sentiment? Husbands
have the floor to beat it.
Mrs. Iloberl. Troon was an (where he had been for several
Omaha passenger mi the morning ! days looking after business mat
train today, and was accompanied J lers.
by Miss Mary Troop of Coleridge,
Neb., who has been visiting the
Mrs. .1. W. Newell of Nash,
Oklu., arrived yesterday to be a
guest of her parents, L. II. Karnes
am wife, until after the holidays.
Mr. Newell will join his wife here
during the holidays for a short
J. II. Meisinger of near Cedar
Creek, who has been very sick for
several weeks, was slryng enough
Saturday lo ride over to Louis
ville. Mr. Meisinger's numerous
friends hope for his speedy re
covery. Henry Hastings ami wife of
Council HI nil's ami their daughter
and her husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Mason, and their daughter
from Chicago, arrived today lo be
Kucsts of C. A. Hawls ami wife
for a lime.
Miss Hal tie Foliner, president
of the Visiting. Nurses' as'soeia
lion of Chicago, who has been n
guesl iff Mrs. H. 11. Livingston's
home and id her friends for a
short lime, departed for her home
A. Sleinkamp, Hie thorough
bred hog raiser of near Manley,
was in Plaltsmoulh Tuesday and
registered at the Plaltsmouth
hotel. Mr. Sleinkamp is a success
ful breeder of fine hogs, us well
as n good judge of fine slock.
J. M. Carper and Charles Kchaf
fer, from near Manley, were in the
city today, driving down via Ihe
auto route lo look after some
business matters. While here both
gentlemen paid the Journal olllee
a brief call, Mr. Carper renewing
Tor his subscription.
Matt On inn of Liberty precinct
was un Omaha visitor this morn
ing, stopping olT in Plallsnioulh
as he was en route In his home.
John Busrhe of Cedar Creek,
road overseer for district No. 2,
was in Ihe city loday consulting
with (he board of county coniiuis
L. Wcndl departed for Kansas
City Ibis morning, from whence
lie will go to Texas lo begin farm
ing soon. Mr. Wendt has pur
chased land in southern Texn.
James Heynolds and J. D.
Bramblet of I'nion were In the city
today, having driven up from their
homes Ihi morning lo look after
business matters in the county
frank Smith of Ihe Journal
composing room, who has been
sick with a hard cold for two days,
on advice of his physician, left for
his home near I'nion today lo take
a few days' rest.
F. II. McCarthy of I'nion and
Mrs. Charles Stone of Colorado
motored to Plaltsmoulh yesterday
afternoon, where Mr. McCarthy
looked after some items of busi
ness. Major Creamer of Council
ltlulls met F C. Heabl f Wash
ington, I). C., here today and to
gether they went over Ihe new
posloll'ice building and discussed
the matter of adding to the
foundation of Ihe building so as
lo stop the south end of the
structure from sellling further
into the ground.
Mrs. James Allison, who for
merly resided near Murray, and
who spent the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. C. S. Stone, in
Colorado, was in Plaltsmoulh yes
lerdav. Mrs. Allison will prob
ably remain with friends in Ne
braska during Ihe winter, and
then go lo Oklahoma in Ihe
spring. bile in Ihe cily she gave
the Journal a very pleasant call.
AI Nichols and wife of near
Murray were in Ihe cily today am
dined at Ihe Perkins.
. FOB Willi IB
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P. S. Hai nes arrived 'last Fri
day evening . from Johnstown,
Neb., and is looking well and feel
To Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fleming
of Manley a daughter was born on
Friday, November 2, 1911. Par
ents (Senium, Ihe doctor Welch
and baby American.
P. F. liselle's family are ex
pected here ibis week from
Jacksonville, Fla., and will reside
in Miss Linebaek's bouse on
Tom Wiles has men at work
gelling his lots on FIdora avenue
in shape for building in Ihe
speing. H looks like they were
going to make FIdora avenue as
good a street as Hamlolph. Now
To Mr. and Mrs. Fred II. Speck
a daughter was born on Novem
ber 23. Weeping Water continues
to grow, girls are better than boys,
and (lie Hcpublican is rejoiced lo
spread Ihe glad tidings of "All's
Mrs. Helen Heed departed last
Friday for Oreeley, Colo., to visit
and spend Ihe winter with her
son, Lucius ami family. Mr. Heed
only recently returned from New
Mexico, where he was sick in a
Harry Dennis was trying to
regulate the movements of a hog
Ihe other day, which is a dillieult
job. lie fell and cut a deep gash
throii'-:!) his lower lip. and the cut
extended for about, one and one
half inches in a half circle on the
chin, requiring si itches inside
and mil to close.
Old Don is dead. For XI years
be has served his masters faith
fully and on last Saturday, after a
record for good work, he shuflled
oil' lo join Hie army of horses
gone belore. He was owned by
William Ash, who gave him good
rations to the last. Nearly every
body knew obi Don and he was ac
counted part of the Ash family.
THII THIS OVER
A Snap for the Stockman.
i'iO acres in southeast (Sreen
wood couiily, Kansas; fenced and
cross-fenced; 80 acres of rich
creek bottom land in cultivation,
balance finest native prairie grass
(limesoili. Fair B-room house
stabling, etc. Some bearing 'or
chard. Lois of line living water,
which is furnished by a large
creek which runs through north
side of ranch. Creek is skirled
with limber; callle come o(T grass
into deep water. This is consider
ed lo be one of Ihe best little slock
ranches in Ihe county. School
close by; tine smooth road to
town. Just 5 i-2 miles from
ranch to (own; a nice well im
proved country all the way. For
ipiick sale $18 per acre buys (his
iitl acres; no trade taken on this
Has a mortgage of $3500 that has
yet three years to run. 4120 buys
Ihe equity. Nothing belter for Ihe
money, (live ine to your friend if
you don't want me, I must sell.
W. A. Nelson, Ileal Fslate
Itroker, Fall River, Cireenwood
This Offer Should Gain the Con
fidence of the Most Skeptical.
We pay for all the medicine
used during Ihe trial, if our rem
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of constipation. We lake all the
risk. You are not obligated lo us
in any way whatever, if you accept
our oll'er. Thai's a mighty broad
statement, out we mean every
word of it. Could anything be
more fair for you?
A most scientific, common
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I'll f i r active principle is a recent,
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cents; :U" tablets, 25 cents; 80
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store The Hexall Store. F. 0.
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The follow ing sect ion of a J
5 law regarding the disposi- J
lion or placing of legal ad- 4
vcrlising in newspapers was !
passed by the Nebraska !
J legislature of llHi'.l, and we J
desire the friends of Ihe 4
! Journal to make a note of J
J its provisions and govern J
J themselves accordingly: J
"That from and after Ihe
J passage and approval of this J
4 act it shall be Ihe lawful
l right of any plaintiff or
petitioner in any suit, ac
tion or proceeding, pending J
or prosecuted in any of the j
district courts of this stale, J
in which it is necessary to J
publish in a newspaper any J
notice or copy of an order,
growing out of, or connected 4
with such action or proceed- !
ing either by himself or his J
attorney of record, to desig- J
nale in what newspaper J
such notice or copy of order 4
shall be published. And it
shall be Hie right of the J
widow, widower, or a ina
jority of Hie hcirs-at-lavv of J
legal age, of the estate of
any deceased intestate or '
the widow, widower, or a !
majority of the legatees or J
devises of lawful age, of J
the estate of deceased
Icstaleni lo designate the J
newspaper in which the
notices pertaining to the
settlement of the estates of '
such deceased persons shall
be published. And it shall
' he the duty of the judges of
-I- the district court, county
I Judges or any other officer
charged with the duty of or
dering, directing or super
intending the publication of
any of such notices, or J
copies of orders, to strictly
comply with such deslgna- !
tlons, when made In ac- !
cordance with the pro- J
vision3 of this act."
We want the friends of J
the Journal throughout Cass J
county lo understand that J
when they have district J
court notices or county J
courl notices to publish they J
! are empowered with Ihe J
righl to designate the paper J
in which such notices shall 4
be published. J
IIIIIIKIt TO SHOW cvi si:.
IN THK PISTKICT COUIIT OF CAfcS
In tli Matter of t!io Kstate of Lena
This cHiiMt nnu on for lieiirinff upon
the petition of Herman l.uetehenH, ex
ecutor of Hie estate of Lena Weisheit,
deceased, praying for a license to sell
t lie northeast iiuarter of Section 12.
Township 1U. UaiiKe 10, Kast of the 6th
1'. M in Cuss County, Nebraska, or a
suttichnt amount of the same to bring
the sum of $1 I'liO.OO, for the payments
of debts allowed auainst said estate
ami cost of administration and special
devises in the will of said deceased
there not helntf siillicient personal prop
erty to pay such debts, expenses and
It is therefore ordered that all per
sons interested ill said estate appear
before me at my oltlce in the Court
House at 1'lattsmout h, Nebraska, on the
L'Otli day of January, 1 ! 1 2. at 10 o'clock
A. II., to show cause why a license
should not be manted to said executor
to sell said real estate as above de
scribed of said deceased or as much
thereof as may be necessary to pav
such devises, debts and expenses.
It is directed that this order be pub
lished four weeks prior to said date In
the I'lattsmoutli Journal, a newspaper
piibllshed semi-weekly at l'liittsmouth.
Nebraska, and of general circulation
in said Cass County.
hated this fth dav of December. 1911.
11 M.'VKY 1 1. TK WIS.
Judsre of the District Court.
I). O. DWVKU Attorney.
OltOlllt TO SHOW CAISK.
IN Til H DISTRICT COl'ItT OK CASS
In the mutter of the estate of Adam
This cause came on for hearing upon
the petition of Edward lnarttm, admin
istrator of the estate of Adam Ingram,
deceased, pravlntr for a license to sell
the west half of the northwest quarter
and the southeast quarter of the north
west quarter in section l'J, township
li, nmsc 12, In i'nn county, Nebraska,
or a siillicient i inocnt of the same to
brimr the siou of S2.v0.nl f r the pay
ments of di Ids allowed a'.'iilnst said
estate a nl the cost of ndministrntlon,
and nls to pay the en.'iises of these
proceedings, there not bolni? sufficient
personal (property to p:iy such debts
It Is therefore ordered tint nil per
sons Interested in said estate appear
before me at niv otlice In ti e court
house, at Plat tsniout h, Nebrnka, on
Ihe 2i(h day of .Lirinarv, 1 'M 2, fit 10
o'cIck k a. in . to l'"v chuo win a lic
ence shsoohl not be unfitted to such ad
ministrator to sell so much of t'e above
described real estate, or nil nf the same
of said deceased as shall be necessary
to iiiiv said debts anil evnenes.
It Is further directed that, this order
be published for four snccc--lve weeks
rlor to s:ii dav In the I'lattsmoutli
Seni'-Weeklv Journal, a nev.'snnner
nuhllshed at 1 'la t (smooth, N"bvnuka.
anil of (.'emral circulation In said Cass
Dated this Oh i'dv of December. 1011.
II M'VKV 1. T" VVIS,
.b"'" of (bo District Court.
D. (i. liWYHIl Attorney. -
Entertains Ladles' Aid Society.
From Friday'! Dally.
Mrs. P. Turn very pleasantly
entertained the members and
friends of Ihe Ladies' Aid society
of Ihe Swedish Mission church at
her home yesterday afternoon.
There was a large number pres
ent. The regular business ses
sion was held, after which the
ladies participated in a delightful
social lime, Al the proper hour
delicious coffee and cake were
served, which was most thorough
Horses and Mules for Sale.
Tweut-three head of extra
good horses and mules for sale.
All are good bono, well broke ami
ready for immediate service. I
wish lo sell them al pivale sale,
and I hey may be seen at Ihe farm
of Cilen Vallery, one and one-half
miles west of Mynani. If you are
needing any good horses or mules
rail early, for they arc going to be
sold at a righl price and will find
ready buyers. Frank Vallery.
Farms For Sale.
lt0 acres of Cass county land,
located 3 miles south of Nehawka.
This place is in excellent condi-
ton with 100 acres sowed to fall
who at, 4 acres of alfalfa, 30 acres
of meadow and remainder in
pasture, 7 acres being fenced hog
tight. improved wit u a room
house, line new large barn with
accommodations for ten head of
horses and fifty cattle; cribs and
granary, acres orchard and
splendid well with now mill.. Bo-
side the well there is a good spring
and two small running streams
Would make a line proposition for
stock of diversified farming.
Also i CO acres rich Otoo coun
ly laud adjoining the above farm;
135 acres under cultivation, mosl
of which is bottom land nnd pro
duces bumper crops; and 20
acres is in meadow. This is a
good buy for somebody. For
further information communicate
0. Ileadon Hall. Nehawka, Neb.
Keep the Boy in School.
Are you encouraging the farm
boy lo slay in school this winter,
or are you causing him lo miss a
lay or two out of every week by
keeping him at home to help you
with some I rival job of work?
Nothing discourages and drives a
lad from the school room quicker
than slaying out of school and
thus falling behind in his classes.
His pride won't allow him lo re
main in the rear of boys no older
than himself and if you persist in
keeping him at home to work now
ami then he will soon avoid Ihe
school room entirely.
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J Ledger. !
M. II. Shoemaker and wife went
lo I.orlon last Saturday to visit a
few days with their daughter, Mrs.
J. D. Shrader and wife, resid
ing northeast of town, came in
Wednesday and departed for Hol-
lon, Kas., lo spend Thanksgiving
w ilh relatives.
Jacob Schafer and wife, the lat
ter a sister of Mrs. C. L. Graves,
arrived Tuesday morning from
Norborne, Mo., to make a visit of
a few days.
Harry M. and Thede Flans de
parted Monday for two weeks'
visit with the families of A, S.
Frans and H. H. Frans and other
relatives near Kingfisher, Okla.
Samuel Arn arrived yesterday
morning from Clarington, Ohio,
giving his son, Vernon, a very
pleasant surprise. He has come
to make this place his home.
"Hutch" Arn thinks lie murder
ed a prize hog Monday evening,
and we guess he did, for the little
porker weighed C25 pounds, and it
was a line specimen when dressed
nnd bung up in Ihe meat market.
George Heynolds loaded his car
on Monday for West Plains, Mo.,
where he bought a farm last year
and expects to make his home. He
has a host of friends who regret
to see him leave, but all wish him
good luck in his new home.
Dr. Walker was called to the
home of Henry Guoistehn, on the
Gregg farm, four miles southwest
of here Wednesday morning to
dress a gunshot wound for that
gentleman. Mr. Guoistehn was
"laying for" a frisky little squirrel
and had a '22 rille as his weapon.
The premature discharge of the
gun caused the squirrel to escape,
but Henry caught the bullet with
his great toe, making a wound
that was very painful, but not
serious if blood poisoning be
l i ;i. no i h i:.
The Slate of Nebraska, Cass County, ss.
ln the Conntv Court of Cass County,
Nebraska. Ill the Matter of the
Kstate of William HarKiaves,
) )e eased.
Notice Is hereby riven to all persons
Interested In said estate that a uelltion
has been Qled in the County Court of
Cass Conntv, Nebraska, on the 2.rth day
of November, l'Jll, alleiilnic that Wil
liam Hartiraves, late of Cass County,
Nebraska, departed this life Intestate,
seived and possessed of real estate in
said county and that he left mirvlvlnfr
him a widow, who Is now Kmily lllcli
ards, nnd that he left no other heirs
I i v I n t.
That the deceased left an estnte of
Inheritance consisting of real estate;
described as follows, to-wlt: Lots
twenty-seven and twenty-nine (27 and
20), in the Northwest nuarter of Sec
tion twenty-nine (2!t, Township
twelve (12), l'anire fourteen (14), east
nf the 6th V. M in Cass County, Ne
braska: said proportv Is of less value
than l2HlPt.no nnd Is wholly exempt
from attachment, execution or other
mesne process, and Is not liable for the
dbls of the deceased; and that said
pronertv be assigned to the said Kmily
You will herebv take notice, that on
the I'lth dav of December, 1911. at ft
o'clock A. M. a hearinir will be had
upon said petition in the conntv court
room of said county, at I'lattsmouth.
Nebraska, and that unless (rood cause
Is shown against said petition the
praver thereof will be irranted. and the
estate of the deceased be assigned as
rraved for. and further administration
thereof be dispense)! with. It Is further
ordered that notice of the pendency of
said nctltlon be "riven to all persons in
terested In sab! estate by publishing a
ronv of this order for a nerlod of three
weeks prior to said 20th dav of De
cember. 1911. In the Semi-Weekly
Journal, a newsnaner published and of
renernl circulation In Cass County,
Witness mv hand and the seal of the
Conntv Court of seld county this 27th
day of November, 1911.
Allen J. Iteewon,
(Seal) , County JiuIkc.
Frank Swoboda will lake notice
that on Ihe 01 li day of November,
1911, M. Archer, a justice of the
peace for Cass County, Nebraska,
issued an order of attachment for
Ihe sum of $05.35, in an action
pending before him, wherein the
Omaha Iron Store Company is
plaintiff and Frank Swoboda, de
fendant, I hat properly of the de
fendant, consisting of wagon
longne, fellows, spokes, rims,
singletrees, painted and plain,
neckyokes, doubletrees, bolsters,
buggy tongues, horseshoes, buggy
spokes, plow handles and numer
ous other articles of merchandise
have been attached under said
order. Said cause was continued
until Ihe 4th day of January, 1912,
at 9 o'clock A. M.
Omaha Iron Store Company,
Hy D. 0. Dwyer,
A Terrible Blunder
to neglect liver trouble. Never do
it. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills
on Ihe first sign of constipation,
biliousness or inactive bowels and
prevent virulent indigestion,
jaundice or gall stones. They
regulate liver, stomach and bow
els nnd build up your health. Only
i'lic at V. G. Fricke Co.
Hear In mind that tne journal
carries the only complete lino of
typewriter suppiles in the city.
We guarantee our prices to b
less than elsewhere.
-The 0. K. Reslauranl-
and Short Order House
Rear of Ed. Donat's Building
Regular Meals at All Hours
We solicit a share of your patron
age and will try to please you.
KSHUT & ZATOPEK. Proprietors
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