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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1912)
Secretary Favors Federal Reg
ulation ol Water Power.
INTERESTS OF PEOPLE FIRST.
Current Must Be Available to Commu
. nity at Proper Prices All Streams
Jm Public Domain Should Be Re
servsd by Government.
Scions Face Demands for Twc
Million More Than Last Session,
SOME INSTITUTIONS ENLARGED
Tuberculosis Hospital at Kearney ana
State Normal School at Chadron,
New Establishments, Enter Re
Washington, Dec. 16. A definite
lud curnoreheiisive water iover pol
ity for streams upon the public do
main ami navigable streams not on
the public domiin ia urged by Secre
tary of the Interior Walter I Fisher
au the most important subject in his
annual report submitted to President
Other legislation which Secretary"
Fisher recommends as Important to
the welfare of the eountry embodies
3.n enlarged application of the leasing
prlnclpb as applied to the public do
main In general; a comprehensive
leasing law for coal, oil and other min
eral lands, and laws providing for the
classification of public lands accord
ing to their respective characteristic
and appropriate uses and administra
tion In accordance therewith. Secre
tary Fisher nlso declares in favor of
legislation for the development of the
transportation facilities and the coal
lands of Alafka and for the with
drawal from entry of public lands in
the west needed to conserve the water
supply at the sources of streams. lie
lecdiinni'iHls tho retirement and pen
sloninn of the civil employees of tho
Interests of Public First.
As to a water power policy, he says
i.hat it must be made "certain that
those who receive special privileges
connected with water power develop
ment shall. In fact, proceed by ap
propriate degrees and within appro
priate times to develop tho available
watT power to its highest capacity
having due regard to the possibilities
of marketing the product.
"Wo must make certain,' he con
tinues, "that tin? electric energy thus
created shall be made available to th
community in appropriate ways at ap
propriate prices. If it is not to b.j
uFcd f.r tho benctlt of the community,
but Is to be devoted directly to the
private purposes and personal advan
tage of the permittee, some method
must bo found by which the public
will receive Its share of the profits
which the permittee may make over
nnd above that which Is a necessary
and reasonable Inducement for his
For Federal Control of Power.
As to federal a against state con
trol of water power concessions on
streams which are not navigable, the
secretary says: "The suggestion is
made frequently by those who are iu
one way or another representing eith
er pr'sent or future Investment In
water jower development that such
power sites and their control should
be turned over to the respective states
In which they are located. It Is in
(cresting to note, however, that the
ordinary citizens of these states arc;
rot nt all concerned over federal
usurpation or unjust treatment.
"They suspect that the real pur
pose of those who urge the turning
over of the federal domain to the
v.tnten Is that they may escape the
loncer and the Wronger arm of the
federal government and may take ad
vantage of the more limited resources
and governmental facilities of the in
Objection to State Regulation.
"While some states undoubtedly
have wisely conserved certain of the
lands and natural resources turned
over to thent by the nation, (he story
has too often been the acquisition of
these lands and resources by special
Interests or individuals without ado
c.unte recognition of the public Inter
est. There Is no policy which It
would be wise for any state to adopt
with respect to these matters In tho
adoption ami enforcement of which It
cannot be supplemented and assisted,
rather than retarded, by the retention
In federal hands of the powers and
the property now held by the nation
It Is precisely this policy of practical
co-operation which should be put Into
ffect There Is no real conflict be
tween the nation and the states upon
Lincoln, D"c. lt. If the coming sea
sion of the legislature listens to all
the state departments and state instl
tut ions and votes the. appropriations
the amount will run up to $6,873,968
according to rciort3 now filed with
the governor. This la nearly $2,000,000
more taan the total appropriation of
the last session.
Among the larger amounts that will
be asked for by the different depart
Etate university $1,529,800
Normal training, high schools 125,000
Aid to school districts 125,000
Institution cash fund 245,242
Orthopedic hospital 130.000
Insane, hospital, Lincoln,... 305,000
Insane hospital, Norfolk.... 166,400
Insane hospital, Hastings... . 445,200
Institute foeMe minded 164,400
Hoys' Industrial school 163,000
Koarney normal school 159,200
rem normal school 197,300
Wayne normal school 124,000
Chadron normal school 96,500
School for the deaf 97,800
Soldiers' home. Grand Island 184,800
Soldiers' home, Mllford 66.900
Railway commission 100,500
Supreme court.. 114,080
The different state officers are ask
ing for amounts as follows:
Insurance department 25,680
State superintendent 26,280
Secretary of state 39,300
Land commissioner 26,800
Attorney general 39,680
The Increase in appropriations asked
In niany.of the state intltutions is due
to the fict that they have been en
larged during the biennlum Just clos
I.ik. and therefore the expenses of
conducting them Is greater. There are
two new Institutions which were not
iu the list two years ago, the tubercu
losis hospital at. Kearney and the
slate normal school at Chadron. The
Clvulron school Is asking $'hi.!0) nnd
the Kearney hospital $11,240.
ANGUS AND YeLSON GO FREE
J. Leader-Echo. 4
visited L. A.
F. A. Ilaker was in the western
pari (if Hie stale cm business ill
fiire part of I he week.
Miss .Marie Fitzgerald, of
I'lal I siiiuiiI h, was a guest ;i( Mm
Neiharl home Friday and Saturday.
J. X. Cunningham and wifi
Pleasant Hill, Mo., are guest
I lie home of their grandson.
(. K. Lislon.
(inmdma Alton left last night,
lor Monterey, Mexico, to spend
I he w inter wilh her son, Ir. W.
Air. ami Mrs. William Sliick, jr..
are rejoicing over the arrival of
a fine baby hoy at their homo nti
Thursday afternoon, December r.
Henry McLaughlin, who has
been confined to his home by ill
ness for several'days, is improv
ing rapidly and hopes to be out
The stork favored Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Kuehn, of near Mur
dock. with a call last Friday,
leaving a beautiful baby daugh
ter. Dick Smith, of Kenesaw, was
s Making hands wilh ,his many
friends bore fore part, of the
week. Mr. Smith was on his way
home from South Omaha where
he topped the market with a car
William Schick, sr., suffered a
painful accident Friday while at.
work at his place. He was carry-
mg a heavy sioue vvnicn snppou
from his grasp, alighting on one
foot. He is doing nicely at this
Frank Ilaker left. Sunday even
ing for Imperial, Neb., on a few
days business trip, being accom
panied as far as Lincoln by Mrs.
Ilaker. Victor Manspeaker had
charge of the barber shop during
Added lo the lisl of accidenls
reporled Ibis week is John L.
Wood, sr.. who is suffering from
a fractured shoulder, the result
of having been thrown out of a
lumber wagon in a runaway acei-
Mr. Wood is recovering
for a time. Mr. Wiseman is Mrs.
II. F. Moore's father.
Mrs. John Kellen and son Ver
non of Fairmont, and Mrs. Spen
cer Ilogonrief and daughter of
Flmwood spent, Tuesday with
Mrs. ,1. F. Hedges who is a niece
of the ladies.
Obe Miller returned Wednes
day morning from Walhill, Xeh.,
where be has been for the past
two month husking corn. Obe
says the crop there was not as
pood as usual, being very uneven.
We understand Ivan Balfour,
youngest son of William Ha Hour,
was married yesterday at Dunbar.
We did not learn the name of the
fortunate oung lady or any par
ticulars of the event, but wish to
extend our hearly congratulations
to the contracting parties.
Frank Minium, who has been
working for his brother-in-law,
Hoy Comer for the past three
years, shipped an immigrant car
to lloosevelt, Minn., Tuesday,
where he will make his future
home. The family left on the
evening train via. Lincoln.
H-K-S M!H JHW HH
work of installing the machinery
will commence. It is being
erected on the site of the old
Mrs. K. D. Stevenson left
Wednesday for Lincoln where she
visited at the home of Attorney
W. C. Frampton. From there she
will go to Scottsbluff, where she
expects to spend the winter wilh
her sisW, Mrs. 11. K. Brown.
(leorge Stohlinan, whose seri
ous illness from cancer of I he
toniach we hae reported, is
si ill able to sit up and partake
of' a Mile nourishment. He is
cheerful and talks freely wilh
his family and wilh visitors, and
is suffering no pain.
The many friends of Mrs. Ben
Shelhofi will be interested to
learn fhaf she has moved from
Colorado to California on account
of her health. She is delighted
with her new home and writes
enlhusistfcaHy about the climate,
the fruit, f rowers, etc.
Jackman & Son have just com
pleted the building for their new
machine and repair shop at the
north end or iviarir street, it is
on the site of t lie- old Jackman
flour mill which was destroyed
by the. cyclone four years ago
last May. They will make a spe
cialty of automobile repairing.
Beacon. ... !
Men Convicted of Murder of Nels
Lauaten Released Conditionally.
Lincoln. Dec. 16. lo Angus and
Raymond Nelson, two young convicts
from Omaha, who have been serving
terms at tho state penitentiary for
tie murder of Nels Ijnisten, an Oma
ha saloonkeeper, have heen given con
ditional pardons. Jay O'Hearn and
Warren woro also concerned In tb.9
murder, the former being sentenced to
death and the lattef to life Imprison
ment Utter O'Hearn's sentence was
reduced to life Imprisonment nnd the
Kintenc's of the other three to ten
years each. Warren obtained a pa
role in 1909 and has been out of the
r.iison since that time.
ll.nh Angus and Nelson must, re
rialn straight during tho balance of
t lie time which they were supposed to
Kpend behind the big. gray walls. If
either steps over the line, according
to the terms of the pardon, he will
he sent rack to tho Institution nt once
TO TELL OF FARM LIFE
Admits Robbery of 20,000 From Ex
pre ii Safe.
Dakcrsfleld, Cal., Dec. 16. Marrln
W. Hamby, the twenty-two-year-old
eipress messenger, whose car on the
8unict Western train of tho Santa Fe
railroad was robbed of $20,145 In gold
near here last week, broke down and
confessed he bad robbed the safe with
the aid of his slitocm year-old brother,
The money, which had been hidden
by the boys In a brick yard at Kern
Junction, was recovered with the ex
neptlon of $300, which was found In
Mclvln's room. Roth brothers are In
Agriculturists of Nebraska Hold Con
vention In Omaha This Week.
Omaha, Dec. 16 Fifteen hundred
men Interested In all phases of farm
life are expected in Omaha tomorrow
to attend the three days' convention
of tho NtbrasKa country llfo congress
at which the various problems which
confront the modern rurallst will be
presented and discussed.
Experts on farm economics, agrlcul
tural organization, rural society, edu
cation, conservation and many other
topics of present day discussion have
accenttd Invitations to give to the
convention their ideas and ideals.
Tlv principal address of the first
meeting will he "Economic Necessity,
the Rasls of Agricultural Organiza
tion." br Millar R. Meyn. editor of
The American Co-operatlTe Journal
Bach of the addresses of the cooren
Hon will be followed by a discussion
I ( telschlager and family
from Hickman were in lown
Mrs. John Opp of Xehawka. is
visiting relatives and Iriends in
and around Kagle.
lames Talkinglon of Surprise,
Xeh., was iu town Thursday look
ing after business interests.
Mrs. William Hoffman return-
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eel w ennesiiaj ii oiii ,i iwn vti-i-n.i
visit with relatives at Cliea and
Frank Steiugraus and Hen l.eif-
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y came down ironi i.reie in i in
former s car Monday afternoon
to visit with relatives.
(iuy Adams left Monday for
Cowles, Xeh., to visit a couple or
weeks wilh his wife's parents,
Rev. and Mrs. John Davis.
Mr.- and Mrs. It. F. Judkins
, 1 X . 1. .... . 1. I'.f..
iirove io .eiMiisi.i i.ii.i inr.mi
ami visited a couple of days with
relatives reluming home Friday.
Mrs. Fred Schwegman was
iuile sick Willi an attack ot
pleurisy the fore part of the
week. Her sisler-in-Iaw, Miss
Sophia Schwegman assisted in
caring for her.
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Crabfree,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Longacree, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Crahtree and Mr. and
. 1.1..... l 1'l.rt AflL' U'APA
MIS. .lllillll n uiin-'n.-i i
cues Is Snndav at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stall near
S. P. Yoho and wife of Univer
sity Place and S. A. Yoho nnd
wife, B. W. Yoho and wife and
Miss Edith Randall of Lincoln
were entertained Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Yoho,
it being their fifteenth wedding
Miss Anna Chrislensen went
lo Lincoln Thursday morning lo
see her sister and bring her home
for Christmas is she is aide to
Mrs. Hen Miller left Monday
for her home in Chicago, after
a two weeks' visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cherry,
ami other relatives.
The Philpol garage has bought
of. A, F. Jameson, the fixtures
formerly used by I be City Na
tional bank ami has installed
1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 in their elegant business
cpiarlers. I hey make a very
neat ami serviceable office.
M. M. lineman, who has been
making his home at John Do
mingo's, left Saturday morning
for Denmark, lo visit his mother
ami oilier relatives. He likes Ne
braska and experts lo relurn
aboul March, MM;!.
Mrs John I'hilpol of South
Omaha, who has I n helping
care tor iier mot tier. Mr. .ios
ley. al Ibe home of H. F. Leffler,
relunieti o iter Home w cones
da morning, leaving her molher
Died al 111" residence of Ross
Dennis. December i. 1 !)'-'.. of
1 1 i u . Itoh rta 'Olic. youngest j
daughter of Oliver ami Myrtle
Carniicbael. aged I r years. 1
im hi I lis ami i oas. Mie leave
a brother and sister besides oilier
relatives lo mourn her loss.
The farmers have practically
finished the corn husking in this
vicinity and have been shredding
fodder of lale. If this nice weath
er continues a Ml lie longer the
farmers will have all of their
work in fine shape for winter, as
it has been an exceptional fall for
(leorge Homer, a teamster, met
wilh a painful accident last Sat
urday. While booming a load of
lumber, the "Jxl I hat he 'was
using broke striking him on the
head and cutting an ugly gash
about three inches long, which
necessitated some studios
(leorge w as on I he wagon again
Monday, but said be bad a pretty
Frank Davidson, who was in
jured in Ibe explosion at the
Olson stone quarry about six
weeks ago, did not recover as
well as was expected. He tias
not boon able to do any work
since that time and is grad
ually growing worse. II is condi
tion has left the family in rather
bad circumstances, as they were
wholly dependent upon his wink
for their maintainance.
J Ledger. 4
FINGERS BADLY MANGLED
WHILE SHREDDING FODDER
While shredding fodder a few
miles northeast of town Wednes
day morning Charles Koelofz had
I he misfortune to get his right
hand caught in the shredder and
damaged quite severelv. It was
thought for a time that the second
linger would have to be amputated
hut hopes of aing it are now
lu'ight. Tin- index finger and
llinnib were badly bruised and
torn. Medical aid was immediate
ly summoned and the doctors per
formed an uperation requiring,
several stitches in dressing t he-
wound. The .-hredder belongs to
Ollie Ward. F.lmwood Leader-Kcho.
Divorce Case) Filed.
A suit for divorce has been
tiled in the oflice of the district
clerk entitled Nora Williams vs.
Joseph L. Williams. The plain
tiff resides in Lincoln, while the
defendant is a resident of this
county. The cause alleged is non-
support and neglect.
Chinese Ruler Has Whooping Cough
London, Dec. 16. The Chinese em
peror. Hsun Tung, Is suffering from
an attack of whooping cough, accord
ing to a Peking dispatth.
Dury tuea for Damage.
Broken Bow, Neb., Doc. 16. Aftei
being twice discharged in the lower
court on a charge ot horse stealing,
George XHibry, a resident ot this place,
hits brought charges against James
Stoggert and George A. Trozel, alleg
ing conspiracy and asking damage In
the sum of S 10,000. Troxel is a
prominent farmer living across the
line la Blaine county, while Sloggett
la a bnnlnosB man ot Broken Bow,
Section Foreman Run Over by Train
McCook. Neb., Dec. 16. C. E. Cox,
section foreman at Pawnee City, was
run over at Halglor by Burlington
train No. 13. Ho had one leg cut off.
besides snstalnlng other Injuries. Cox
'ral ti (tin knntltn1 tiAra TTa
ft, n.VVVl 1 ' " w. vikU l H J ftlJClllUft livtv,
lie la tlx I was injured while attempting to board
i Mi moving train.
4. News. f
The nrice of corn is showing
no signs of a bulge and farmers
are not sellinff.
A. P. and Ilennett Chriswisser
j l,l.llnn.A.,Ch '
were over ironi rmnsinuuiu n
few hnnrs Tuesday in Park's
Mr. and Mrs. Schooler oT VSy-
minnc wno visueu wish iiuu-
fnr several davs last week, left
Monday for Rockport, Mo.
John Knabe nnd family took
advantage of the pleasant weath
er Saturdav nnd motored to Lin
coin, where they spent the day.
David Wiseman left Tuesday
night on the midnight for Wash
melon. Ind.. where he will visit
! Courier. 4
H-i-H- -H-H-I- -H-H-i -H-H-
Horn Saturday, November 30,
to Mr. and Mrs. Charles oight-
man, a boy.
Mr. Hammond of Holdrege, is
in town visiting wun nis son,
Arthur and family.
We are sorry to report the
serious illness oi Mrs. nenry
Forniff at her home in the coun
Mrs. and Mrs. Charles House!
and little son, of Chicago, are
here visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs Charles Phelps.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Possin and
damrhter. and F.rnest Unas, of
Waupun, Wis., visited their uncle
F.rnesl Pautsch and family this
Schmarder and Husch, the lat
ter not long from (lermany, anc
the former not long .for his
weight are lulled to wrestle at
the opera house Wednesday even
ing, December 18.
The building for the new flow
er pot factory will be completed
wilhin ten days and then the
Mrs liert Tulene and son. Hoy,
were down from Plaltsnioutti last
Saturday and spent the day with
I heir Union friends.
Henry Huhinann, who was here
a few weeks visiting and attend
ing lo business affairs, left mi
Tuesday for his home in Den
(ieorge Oraves of Murray,
passed through here on the fore
noon train yesterday, going lo
Peru where he and family will
make their home.
II. M. Cline returned to Omaha
Wednesday evening to bring
home his wife, who has been in
one of the hospitals the pas) few
I!. (1. Walkins, residing a few
miles northwest of here, returned
home last. Friday from Omaha,
where he had been to visit his
wife who has been in one of the
hospitals for treatment the past
few weeks. '
Miss Josie Piltman went on the
Monday morning train Jo Omaha
lo meet iier sister, Mrs. Herdie
Carraher, who arived home from
, a few months visit with relatives
land friends in Oregon ami at
other places on the Pacific coast.
Mrs. K. II. Iliggs of llrewster,
Neb., was here Wednesday spend
ing the day wilh her sister, Mrs.
It. 11. Frans. Mrs. Iliggs had just
returned from a visit in Chicago,
ami 'will spend a few days with
her mother, Mrs. Fitch, of-Hock
llluffs precinct, before going
O. D. Schenck ami wife. C. D.
Ilobiuson and wife and Mrs. V. F.
Tracy, of Pawuess City, arrived
on Sunday 'in Mr. Schenck'' tour
ing car. and were Miss Jessie
Todd's guests al dinner. Mrs
Tracy remained to spent! several
days with friends in and near this
Rev. W. A. Taylor attended to
his regular Sunday appointment
at Wabash, went from there lo
Omaha and down to Plattsmouth
where he was scheduled for jury
duty in the district court, got ex
cused Tuesday morning and
reached home on the noon train
That wasn't old-time "circuit rid
ing." but going some.
Mrs. It. F. Iloback has been
ery ill the past few weeks, suf
fering from a severe attack of
rheumatism. Mr. Hoback brought
Iier to town Monday lo remain
lere in order that her physician
may be able to see ner as ire-
quently as necessary. Mr. and
Mrs. Hoback arc making their
home temporarily wilh their
daughter. Mrs. Frank Anderson.
Mixed candies, per pound, 10c,
12 Vic, 15c, etc. Also nuts, fruits,
tree ornaments, box stationery,
post card albums and many other
seasonable articles. A beautiful
picture free to each lady visitor
on Sat'urday, December 21.
Nemetz & On. "
Mrs. York's Mother Dies.
The death of Mrs. John Maines,
mother of Mrs. J. C. York of this
city, occurred Saturday morning
at her home in Watson, Missouri.
The lady has been sick for a long
time, suffering from a tumor, and
while death came as a great shock
to her relatives here, it was not
wholly unexpected. J. C. York,
wife and Don C. York departed
yesterday for Watson to attend
the funeral of the worthy lady.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hoffoit
of Osmond, Neb., arrived in Ibis
City Saturday and are making air
extended visit with their many
relatives and friends, Mrs. Iloffort
being a sister of Mesdames B.
Wurl and Ooorgc Horn. Mr. Hof
forl was a pleasant caller at this
oflice a'nd renewed his subscrip
tion and the subscription of the
paper going to his brother, H. 0:
HotVort, nt Plainview.
Money to loan on city real
estate on good terms and at
numerate rates. Buy or build a
home on the easy payment plan.
See T. M. Patterson, Secretary
Plattsmouth Loan and Building
You will find that druggist
everywhere speak well of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. They
know from long experience in the
sale of it that in cases of cough
and colds it can always be depend
ed upon, and that it is pleasant
and safe, to take. For sale by F.
C. Fricke & Co.
at the Ruby
"I want to thank you from the
bottom of my heart," wrote C. H.
Rader, of Lewisburg, V. Va., "for
the wonderful double benefit I got
from Electric Bitters, in curing
me of both a severe case of stom
ach trouble and of rheumatism,
from which I had been an almost
helpless sufferer for ten years. It
suited my case as though made
just for me." For dyspepsia, in
digestion, jaundice, and to rid the
system of kidney poisons that
cause rheumatism, Electric Bit
ters have no equal. Try them.
F.vcrv bottle is guaranteed to
Hnfisfv. Onlv 50 cents at F. O,
Fricke & Co.
We are now proprietors of the
Home Dry Cleaning Works, and
guarantee all our work in every
particular. Call and see us in our
new quarters in the new Leonard
Building. vejvoda & Kelcek.
SiCITICH TO CHKIIITOIIS.
In the County Court of the County o1
I nan. Krhrakn.
In He Instate of Orllla Fleming,
Notice Is hereby irlven that hearings
will be bad upon all claim HRalnttt thu
above outsits, at the oillce of the
County JinlK'. Court IIouhc Platts
mouth, Nebraska, on December 23rd,
and on June 2?,rt, 19l:i, at nine
o'clock a. m. of each day; all claim
must be filled before paid hint named
hour and all claims not filed will be
llv the Court.
(Seal) ALLEN J. B..ESON.
KAWLS & nOHEUTSON.
OHDKIt TO SHOW CAl SK.
In the Itlntrlrt Court In and for Caaa
In the Matter of the Guardianship of
Anna C. Chllcott, Insane.
Tlila cause came on for hearing unon
the petition of Wesley Chllcott.
Kuardian of the estate of Anna C. Chll
cott, Insane, prayitiK tor license to sell
the interest or bis said ward, Anna t.
Chllcott, in and to the following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt:
The Northwest iiuarter INWA) or
the Northeast quarter (NGU) of Sec
tion twenty-four (!!4). Townsnip eleven
U). uansre thirteen 13). In Cass
sum petitioner also alleKlnK that the
wife of petitioner Anna C. Chllcott,
wis adjudged insane on the lbth day
of April, 1902,' and has ever since re
mained insane, and la now confined in
the Insane asylum of the State of Ne
braska. That petitioner Is the owner
in fee simple title of the above de
scribed real estate, and the Court is
asked to ascertain the present value of
the interest oi petitioners said wife,
and to authorise petitioner to sell th
same at public or private sale.
IT IS Tlir.KrUKr UKUEKED that
all persona Interested in the estate and
interest or said Anna c Chllcott, In
sane, in and to the above described real
estate appear before me at the office
of the Clerk of the District Court, at
I'lattsmoutn, c ass county, Nebraska, on
the 10th day of January, A. I. 1913, at
ten o'clock a. m. to show cause why
the Court should not determine the
present value of the interest of said
Anna C. Chllcott, in and to the real
estate hereinbefore described, and why
license should not be granted to Weslev
Chllcott, guardian of Anna C. Chllcott,
Insane, to sell the Interest of hie saicl
ward in and to the above described real
This order shull be served by pub
lishing same In the riattsmouth Jour
nal for at least three successive weeks
prior to December 28. 1912.
Dated this 29th duy of November,
H. U TRAVIS. ,
.Turtle District Court.
KAWLS & HOBKKTSON,
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