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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1913)
.OTICK OF Gl.iRUU.V9 SAI.K
la the DiMrli't 1 aurl of laaa l uuut
I;i t!,o M.itter of ((' Apli'ntln of
ilr.'me t;. Wyan. luaniiHti of Josvpli
Kluni l'.an unJ jVuhie J. Kyan,
Minors, to Sell Ileal KMute:
Notice is hereby kin en, that In pur
suance of an oiiler to me Issued by
lion. Harvey I. Travis, JmlKe of the
l'ictikt Court of fas County, Ne
braska, on the UOth day of May, 191H,
for thaj taUe of the interests of Joseph
Klton Kyan ana Archie J. ityan, '
minors, In and to the real estate here- f
inafter described, being each an un
divided one-tifleenth (1-15) in and to
tlie milt half of the northeast quarter,
k. m, ne. of Section sixteen (16).
rp, .. ..I, 1.. lili n.irtl. antra rt ina
(SO east, and also each an undivided
one-fortieth l-40 in ana to ail oi tots
thirteen (13), fourteen (Hi and
fifteen (15). in block four (4), In the
Village of Alvo, according to the re
corded plat, all In Cass County, Ne
braska, there will be sold at the Farm
ers &. Merchants Bunk, In the Village
of Alvo, in said Cass County, Nebraska,
noon, on the 6th day of July, 1913, at .
public venaue to tue miiesi oiauer ior
Lush the Interest nnd estnte of nald
Joseph Elton Kyan and Archie J. Ryan,
in and to the above described real
Each an undivided one-fifteenth
(1-15) in and to the east half of the
northeast quarter (E. NE. hi) of
Section sixteen (16). Township ten
(10) north, Kange nine (9) east, and
also each an undivided one-fortieth
(1-40) in and to all of lots thirteen
(13), fourteen (14) and fifteen (15), in
block four (4), in the Village of Alvo,
according to the recorded plat, all In
Cass County, Nebraska. Said Bale will
remain open for one hour.
Dated this 10th day of June, 1913.
GEORGE E. RYAN,
Guardian of Joseph Elton Ryan and
Archie J. "Ryan, Minors.
By Samuel B. liams, His Attorney.
NOTICE TO C REDITORS.
Ia County Court.
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
In the Matter 'of the Estate of Rachel
Notice is hereby given to the credit
ors of said deceased that hearings will
be had upon claims filed against said
estate, before me. County Judge of
Cass County, Nebraska, at the County
Court room in Rlattsmouth, In said
County, on the 30th day of June, 1913,
and on the 31st day of December, 1913,
at 9 o'clock a m. each day for exam
ination, adjustment and allowance.
Ail claims must be filed in said
court on or before said last hour of
Witness my hand and seal of said
County Court, at Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, this 3rd day of June, 1913.
(Seal) ALLEN J. BEESON,
John V. Wood, Defendant, will take
notice that on the 24th day of January,
1913, Elsa Wood, Plaintiff herein, filed
her petition in the District Court of
Cass County, Nebraska, against said
defendant, the object and prayer of
which is to obtain a divorce upon the
ground of willful desertion for more
than two years, and failure to support
and for the custody of the infant
child, the issue of said marriage. You
are required to answer said petition on
or before the 21st day of July, 1913.
ELSA WOOD, Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Bids will be received up to noon
on Friday, June 27th, 1913, for
grading roads, out of the Inherit
ance tax fund, as follows:
Beginning at the S. E. corner of
Section 15, T. 11, R. 13, thence
west 11 miles, there are 22 fills to
make, each fill to be 2 feet, bid
on fills also; also on same road
there are 11 cuts, each cut to be
2 feet, bid on cuts and fills com
bined; stump east of bridge No.
41 to be grubbed.
Beginning at north line of Sec
tion 30, T. 11, R. 13, at one-half
Section line, thence south 4 miles,
there are 11 fills and 1 cut, each
fill to be 2 feet and the cut to be
2 feet, at 9th (111 to be made so as
to get 28 feet wide at culvert, at
10th fill to be made so as to get
28 feet wide, steel culvert to be
Beginning on north side Sec
tion line between Sections No. 1
and 2, T. 11, R. 11, thence south
5 miles, there are 13 fills to be
made, each fill to be 2 feet, at 4th
fill washout to be filled on east
Beginning at S. E. corner of
Section 25, T. 12, R. 13, thence
west one mile, thence south two
miles, there are 5 fills to be
made, first fill west of U. B.
church to be 2 feet, second fill in
snmo valley to be 4 feet, third fill
at Hole valley, south of bridge, to
be 4 feet, fourth fill near Cole
house to be 2 feet, fifth fill at
concrete culvert to he 2 feet.
The entire distance of all the
roads to be graded.
Road-bed to be 28 feet wide, a
full and rounding slope from the
line of stakes in the center to the
ditches on either side and not
less than 18 inches at the center,
grade from the high side of the
road. Certified check for Sino.OO
to accompany each bid.
Blue prints of all cuts, fills and
distances to be seen at the office
of County Clerk. Plattsmouth,
ALLEN J. BEESON,
Plattsmouth, Neb., May 28th,
. ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Robert Marquis will take notice
that on the 27th day of May, 1913,
M. Archer, a justice of the peace
of Plattsmouth City. Cass County,
Nebraska, issued an order of at
tachment for the sum of $27.00,
in an action pending before him,
where Claus Jess is plaintiff and
Robert Marquis is defendant; that
property of (he defendant, con
sisting of money in the posses
sion of the C H. & 0. R. R. Co.
garnishee has been attached un-'
der said order. Said cause was
continued to July Hlli, 1913. at 9,
o'clock a. m.
CLAUS JESS, Plaintiff. I
If you have a house Tor rent try
little zi In the Journal. ,
MISSOURI PACIFIC FILES
ANSWER 10 COMPLAINT
Front Wednesday's Daily.
Notice has been received in this
city from the state railway com
mission that the Missouri Paeitic
railway has filed its answer to the
serice that was tiled by the Com
mercial club of this city with the
state commission in regard to
the service between this city and
the county. The railway com-
pany has denied all the allega
,. . 1,.,il. i... ,ua !, on.i ncl..
lHH lliaUe D llie CIUD ailU ah
that the complaint be dismissed.
The stale commission will set a
date shortly, when the matter
will be taken up and heard and
every citizen who can should make
it a point to be on hand at the
hearing and protest over the deal
that has been given this city in
the matter of the train service.
This is a matter of vital import
ance that we secure some relief
from the Missouri Pacific and
there should be spared no means
to secure what is justly due this
MISS G1BBERMAN OF
WEEPING WATER SELECTED
From Wednesday's Dally
The school board, at a meeting
held last evening, accepted the
resignation of Miss Blanche
Horning, who for the past few
years has had charge of the nor
mal training class of the High
school, and selected Miss Gibber-
man of Weeping Water to fill the
vacancy in the teaching corps.
Miss Gibberman comes well
recommended for the position and
the school board feels they are
very fortunate in securing her for
the position, as she will undoubt
edly prove a fitting successor to
Miss Horning, who has been one
of our most efficient teachers.
RECALL MATTER OF MAYOR
HOUSTON OF NEBR. CITT
from Wednesday's Daily.
Last evening Attornes W. F.
Moran. J. C. Watson, O. G. Leidigh
and Paul Topping of Nebraska
City came up to confer with Judge
II. D. Travis in regard to the mat
ter of the recall of Mayor Huston
of that city, which is to be sub
milted to a vole of the people of
Nebraska City. Mr. Topping has
been named by the opponents of
the mayor as a candidate for the
position if they are able to unseal
Huston. An order for the election
was made by Judge Travis under
the law providing for such orders,
when the necessary number of
signers have been secured to a
Mordock's store. Sixth street,
is the place to go for hundreds of
useful articles for sveryday use
at reasonable prices.
A few good single drivers and
redy work horses. Also a fresh
milk cow. Terms and prices right.
Frank Vallery, Plattsmouth, Neb.
WILLIAM'S Paris Green
Purity and Uniformity
On account of the fine
ness and ligh gravity of
this green, it remains in
suspension with water
and sprays better than
any other made.
When you buy Paris green, be sure
you get SHERWIN-WILLIAMS.
For Sale by
The "REXftLL" Store
I8S PIioiia 136
In District Court.
trora Wednesday's Dally.
In tli.' .ii-lri.'l curl i'-ierdav
u motion in the ca.-e of Amelia
Sherwood vs. Robert W. Sher
wood, sr., was argued and mi1-
initted to the court. The plaintiff
asks to have her petition amend
ed so as to allow her to apply for
a .separation in addition to ali
mony. In the case of George E. Perry
vs. t lie Lily or Plattsmouth, winch
was decided against the defend
ant, it is desired to appeal the
matter to the supreme court and
the appeal bond was fixed at 200.
ONE HEIR WILL HAVE TO
PAY INHERITANCE TAX
From Wednesday's Dally.
The report of the special ap
praiser of the estate of the late
Charles Swan, near Union, has
been received at the office of the
county judge and the total value
of the estate is fixed at $64,030.25.
The appraisement was made for
the purpose of finding the amount
subject to inheritance tax, but as
the law provides that the amount
of the heirs must exceed $10,000,
only one of the heirs, Winfield
Swan, will be compelled to pay an
inheritance tax. He received the
home place and several other
pieces of land that will run his
share close to $20,000, and he will
have to pay the tax on this.
JOHN TI6HE IS RE
COVERING NICELY AND
WILL SOON RETURN
From Wednesday's Dally
John Tig he, who was injured so
severely in an accident at his
elevator in Manley a few weeks
ago, is reported as getting along
nicely and expects to be able to
leave St. Joseph's hospital in
Omaha in a few days and return
to his home. It is a matter of
much rejoicing among his many
friends throughout the county
that he has recovered, as his in
juries were very severe and for a
short time it was not thought he
could recover, but his splendid
constitution and courage carried
him through the ordeal and he is
now on the highway to complete
Prom Wednesday's Dallv
T. C. Amick of Louisville ssas
in the city yesterday for a short
time looking after some business
John Whileman of Nehawka
came up last evening to attend to
some business matters here for
a few hours.
County Commissioners Pitz and
Jordan were passengers this
morning for Omaha on the early
W. S. Smith and James Holmes
were passengers this morning for
Omaha, where they attended to
some business mailers for a few
C. L. (leaves of the Union
Ledger came up last evening on
the Missouri Pacific and visited
here for a few hours, returning
home at midnight.
Wyelle llutcheson was attend
ing to business matters in this
city Saturday and took time to
call at this oflice and renew his
allegience to the Old lleliable.
Mrs. Fred llesiner and children
of Edgmont, S. D., are here visit
ing for a short lime at the home
of Mrs. Heiner's parents, Mr. am
Mrs. (i. II. Tarns, west of this
J. C. Meisinger of the vicinity
of Cedar Creek was a visitor in
this city Saturday, and while here
took time to call at this oflice and
have his subscript ion extended
for another year.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vallery of
the vicinity of Mynard were in the
city yesterday afternoon. Mrs
Vallery called at this oflice and
ordered a copy of the Plattsmouth
Journal sent to their address for
Forest Hinshaw was a passeng
er this morning for Omaha,
where he will look after business
matters for a few hours. Mr.
Hinshaw has been here for some
lime visiting with his friend,
Chris Metzger, at Mynard.
Miss Jessie Fox, who has been
on the sick list for the past two
weeks, is reported as not being
quite ns well today as she has
been. It is a matter of much re
gret to the many friends of Miss
Fox to learn of her not being as
well as formerly.
MISS MARIE DOUGLAS
TO BE WEDDED SATUR
DAY, JUNE 28, 1913
Ewald O. Stehm, head coach
and director of athletics at the
state university, and Miss Marie
Douglass are to be married Sat
urday, June 28, at the bride's
home in Plattsmouth. The bride's
sister, Miss Vesta Douglass, will
he bridesmaid, and the groom's
brother, W. II. Stiehm, of Johnson
Creek, Wis., will be best man. The
wedding will be quiet. The couple
will go to Chicago and from there
to Johnson Creek, Wis., for the
remainder of the summer. They
will be at home after September
1 at 2121 Sheridan boulevard, Lin
coln. Miss Douglass spent two
years in the city while studying
at the state university. State
The aiinuouncenient of the wed
ding of Miss Douglass and Mr.
Stiehm will not be surprising to
the friends of the Douglass fam
ily, as it has been looked forward
to for some time, and while the
friends of this charming young
idy will regret to lose her from
their circle, they will be delight
ed to learn that she is still to re
side in the capital city and will be
f-.ble to visit the old home fre
quently. MISS CARLSON EN-
TAINS NUMBER OF ERIENDS
Ye.slerday afternoon Miss Ella
Carlson entertained a number of
her friends in a most delightful
nif.iiiier at her home in the souL'i
part of the city. The afternoon
was most delightfully spent in
enjoying several very pleasing
musical numbers by Miss Carlson,
as well as a number t f vocal se
lections by Mrs. Eugene el., one
ef our most talented singers, and
the occasion was one of great
pleasure to everyone fortunate
enough to be present. At an ap
propriate hour the company was
invited into the dining room,
where a most tempting luncheon
was .served. Those present on
this pleasant occasion were: Mes
dames Albion Nelson. Eugene
Seti, Henry Sleinhauer, August
Anderson, W. H. Parsons, Mrs.
Ous Carlson and sister, Mrs. Julie
Carlson, Miss Swansou of Omaha.
Mrs. Lundgren of Denver and
Miss Ella Carlson.
COMBUSTION OF FLASK OF
ACID IS CAUSE FOR ALARM
Yesterday afternoon about 3:15
the tire alarm startled the citi
zens of this city, and when the
news that the lire was at I he High
school building spread a large
number rushed to the scene of
the lire, but when the tire depart
ment arrived on the scene it was
found that there was no real
foundation for the alarm, as the
cause of the excitement was the
combustion of a flask of acid in
the High school labatory, with the
result that a dense cloud of snioko
and gas filled the rooms and gave
it the appearance of being on fire.
The fire department responded
promptly to the alarm, many of
the boys deserting their work at
the shops and running to the
school building in the intensely
Fine New Son.
A line seven-pound son arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
PfelTer, in the northeast part of
the city, Tuesday morning and
the joy of (he parents over the
new arrival is unbounded. The
family have recently moved to
this city from La Platte, where
they are well known. Mrs. Pfef
fer was formciy Miss Alice
Mrs. Halite Capwell of Elm
wood came in last evening from
her home and will visit for a short
time with Mrs. Fannie Dickson In
this city before continuing her
trip back to her. old home in
Pennsylvania. Mrs. Capwell is a
sister of Mr. Dickson.
C. E. Wescoll and wife will ar
rive this evening from their home
at Los Angeles, California, for a
short visit here with their sons,
C. C. and E. II. Wescoll and fam
ilies, and there is much excite
ment today among the children
over the expected arrival of
rramlpa and grandma.
The Journal for typewriter
ft U M I
Copyright 1912. Alfred
WHEN you're ready to
pick out a blue serge
suit you may as well take your choice
from our large showing of the season's best models.
We have some extremely good values at $15, $18,
$20, $22.50, $25 and $30,
If you need extra trousers we can
supply anything you want $2.50 to $7.50.
Manhattan &cAi&tC$ Stetson
Receive Fine New Son.
Yesterday morning the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Alex llizan, in the
north part of the city, was visited
by the stork, who brought with
him a fine little son to brighten
their home, and the little man is
all that could be asked in the way
of a fine, husky lad. Alex says
there are no "bad order" signs on
the son and it is the wish of the
many friends of these worthy peo
ple that the lad may be a joy and
comfort to the parents in their
For Sale at a Bargain.
Only restaurant in town. No
opposition. Clearing at least $100
per month. Carrying a full line of
cigars and tobaccos, confection
ery, soft drinks of all kinds, ice
cream. Will stand closest in
vestigation. Reason for selilng
poor health of landlady. Will dis
pose of same by inventory or set
D. C. Farniiam, Proprietor,
I have a candy floss machine
for sale cheap. This machine is
a money-maker. Just the thing
to make money with at public
gatherings. Can make your
money back in one day. See Sam
(i. Smith, at garage, Plattsmouth,
To Play at Louisville.
The impression has gotten out
through the city that the Bur
lington baud is to play at Weep
ing Water on July Fourth, but
such is not the case, as we are
Informed by Director Schulhof
that the boys have been engaged
to play at tnc Louisville celebra
tion on that day and whl furnish
the residents of that progressive
little city some fine music.
Anyone wishing dressmaking
done, call on Miss Vallery. 'Phone
We aim to maintain
the best assorted stock
of thoroughly season
ed, correctly graded
lumber that can be
Our stock of
has been carefully se
lected and we Know
that you will be high
ly pleased if you place
your order with us.
We also carry a fine
stock of clear Red
Decker I Coho
For Hot Days.
We received from Mr. Michael
Paucnik, of Jenny Lind, Ark., a
letter which deserves to be pub
lished. He wrote as follows:
"Please sent me twelve bottles of
Triner's American Elixir of Hitter
Wine. It is getting quite hot hero
and during these hot days there is
no better remedy. If your ap
petite is somewhat poor a few
doses will usually .suffice to put
everything in perfect order
again." This advice conies in
time, because it is most import
ant to keep, during the hot sum
mer months, the digestive organs
in good working shape. That is
what Triner's American Elixir of
Hitter Wine will do for you. It
will regulate the work of the
stomach and the bowels, will give
you a healthy appetite and will
prevent weakening of the body.
At drug stores. Jos. Triner, 1333
1331) S. Ashland Ave., Chicago.
Every family should also have
Triner's Liniment at hand.
Diluted with water or olive oil it
is excellent in skin diseases
caused by heat.
A jolly parly composed of Mis
ses Carrie Sherwood, Alberta
Thomas of this city, Miss Dovie
Rarkhurst of Union and Miss
Marie Dick of Henderson, Neb.,
departed this morning on the
early Hurlinglon train for Denver,
where they will enjoy a short out
ing. How's This.?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for anj
raw (if Cnturrb that caunot be cured by Uall a.
ulurrb Cure. '
V. J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, 0.
We, tlie undentlgnrd, bare known F, X.
Cheney fur tliu lust 15 years, and bellere blia
perfeelly hnnnrallo In ill bunlneaa traimactlon
and llnanelnlly aulo to carry out any obligation
Piudo by bla firm.
NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure la takpn Internally, actlnaf
dlreetly upon the blood and uiucoua lurfneea oC
the ayalem. TeHtlumnlals Kent free, l'rlca 7S
cenN per bottle. Sold by all DrugKlata. q
Tuko Hull' laiully I'llli for cou8tliatloB.
We are headquar
ters for the best grade
of plaster manufactur
ed. See us before you
buy. We also want
to talk to you on the
We can give you some
good "pointers" on
that score and will be
glad to do it. Con.e
in and see us.
We sell only the best
and most popular
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