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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1913)
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1913.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
The Prince of Monaco was amazed at the "Twenty Miles of Count
less Stacks of Alfalfa" on both sides of the Burlington through the Gov
ernment Shoshone Project near Powell, Wyo., and was further surprised
to learn that all this wonderful development had taken place within five
FARMERS ARE MAKING MONEY feeding this alfalfa
to sheep, beef steers, dairy cows and
able kind of farming.
GO WITH ME TO THE BIG HORN BASIN and file
on one of these Government irrigated homesteads where alfalfa means
YOU HAVE TEN YEARS' TIME without interest to re
pay the Government the actual cost of water-right and you have plenty
of water for irrigation. You pay down $4.70 per acre and then skip two
years before next payment.
Write for map
ill IIHIUJ I III
A Vacancy Will Occur on Route
1, Out of Plattsmouth,
From Friday's Daily.
The United Stales Civil Srvico
(V.mrnisKion announces an open
ciniilit'l iti e examination as a re
sult f which it is fxpt-eted to
make certification to lill a va
cancy in I lie. position of rural
carrier at I'lattsmoiUli. ('as-:
tloiinty. Neb., ami other vacancies
as they may occur n rural
routes at jtoslollicfs in the atoe
naiuett oujity. unless it is found
to he in the interest of tin service
to till any vacancy hy reinstate
ment, transfer or promotion, lln
usual entrance salary for rural
carriers is from Sf.oo to l,liO
App, 18 to r.Tj, on the lale of
the examination. The maximum
ajre is waived in cases of persons
honorably discharged from the
Unit States military or naval
An applicant mw.l have his ac
tual domicile in the territory sup
plied by a post office in the coun
ty for which the examination is
The examination is open to all
male citizens of the United States
who can comply with the require
ments. Application form 13 ii, and full
information concernins the re
quirements of the examination
can be secured from the secretary
of the local examining hoard or
the postmaster of the place
named above, or from the U. S.
Civil Service Commission, Wash
ington, I). C.
Eligible.s or reftisters estab
lished prior to March 1, 1112,
can be considered for appoint
ment only at the office fr which
they were examined. Such elipi
bles may be examined within one
year from the date of their form
er examinations upon filing ap
plications showing that they
meet the requirements of the new
examination, their old eligibility
for their home offices not being
Applications should be proper
ly executed and tiled with the
Commission at Washington. As
examination papers are shipped
direct, from the Commisisou to
the places of examination, it is
necessary that applications be
received in ample time to arrange
for the examination desired at
at the place indicated by the ap
plicant. The Commission will
therefore arrange to examine any
applicant whose application is
received in time to permit the
shipment of the necesasry
An eligible register for the
position of rural letter carrier for
each county will be maintained.
A person must be examined in the
county in which the postoflic
that supplies his home is situat
ed. As a result of such examina
tion he may become eligible to
appointment as rural carrier at
any post office in such county. A
rural letter carrier, after one
year's satisfactory service may
be transferred to the position of
clerk or carrier in a first or sec-ond-class
postoffice. to the posi
tion of railway mail clerk, or to
other rosiHons in the classified
service, subject to such examina
EMI AT ON T
hogs the easiest and most profit
D. CLEM DEAVER,
St., Omaha, Neb. Immigration Agent
tion as may be required by the
civil service rules.
The vacancy in the force of
rural carriers is due to the fact
that X. II. Ibell, who drives route
No. 1. has tendered his resigna
tion, to take effect on December
PAIN IN BACK AN RHEUMATISM.
Torment thousand of people
daily. Don't be one of these suf
ferers when for so little cost you
can get well rid of the cause.
Foley Kidney l'ills begin their
good work from the very first
dose. They exert so direct an
action on the kidneys and blad
der that, the pain and torment of
backache, rheumatism and kid
ney trouble is soon dispelled. For
sale by alt druggists.
FOUR l!l VARIOUS STAGES
OF VAGRANCY INVITED TO
LEAVE OUR BEAUFIFUL CITY
From Friday's Pail. v.
Yesterday Judge Archer receiv
ed a call at his court rni.ni from
some four individuals in various
stages of vagrancy, and three of
the parties acknowledged that
they had been in an intoxicated
condition and asked that, the
judge show them mercy for their
shortcomings. The judge, al'iej
deliberating over the matter, de
cided that as the men were with
out means of paying their tines
ami would be a burden upon the
taxpayers of the city, he ordered
them to leave the city at once,
and they proceeded to beat it out
in short order and promised never
to return to violate the ordin
ances of the city.
"Cub" Lambert, who was ar
rested last Sunday for being
drunk, and who was released on
bond of his employer, Thed
Amick, came in this morninsr and
pleaded guilty and received his
medicine, a line of r and eosls.
which he paid and felt that he
had been handled very easy.
FUNERAL OF MRS.
From Friday's Daily.
The funeral of the Into Mrs.
William At wood was held this
morning at 10 o'clock from the
Methodist church in this city, the
casket being taken there direct
from the Hurlingfon station, and
for a half hour later the friends
and old neighbors were given an
opportunity to take a last fare
well of their old friend. . The
sermon was preached by Rev. F.
M. Druliner, pastor of the church,
who spoke words of comfort to
the sorrowing family, and paid
a short tribute to the good wom
an who had been such a loyal
member of the church during her
lifetime. The casket was borne
to beautiful Oak Hill cemetery,
where tire body was laid to its
final rest beside that of the hus
band, who had preceded his help
mate several years ago.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. F. L.
Willis sufTered greatly from
asthma and bronchitis. He
writes: T got no relief until I
look Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound. It entirely removed those
choking sensations, and never
failed to produce an easy and
comfortable condition of the
throat and lungs." For sale by
The Journal does job work.
MEETING OF THE
Numerous Matters Discussed, In
cluding Free Ferry Proposi
tion and Light Question.
From Friday"." lail.
The meeting of I fie Commercial
Hub b'st eening took up the
discussion of ;i number of mat
ters of vital interest to the city,
chief anions which was the ques
tion of the Mvht service luinih
ed by the Xebi'a.-ka Lighting- com
pany to (lie city and the patrons
of the company, and the fact,
that the lights in the Hub room
were o dim that it was almost
impossible (o see fo read by them,
made the need for some action
quite apparent. The mailer was
thoroughly discussed by the
members preeiil, and there was
a unanimous sentiment that the
citizens should receive better
service, as under the present
condition it is almost a waste of
money for the patrons to try to
ue the light:-, owing lo thejr ir
regularity. Tiie matter was
tiually settled by the passage of a
resolution asking the mayor and
the president of the Commercial
Huh to call a mass-met ing at a
convenient place at once, in
order that steps can be taken to
see that this city r-eeeies the
proper liuht service, as the con
dition is bifominu sudi thai
every person who u-c the elec
tric curent is momentarily ex
peeling to have their lights go out
without warning, as they have on
numerous occasions, and when
they are going it is a hard niat
t er t o see with t hern.
The proposition of the free
ferry was also taken up. and a
committee appointed to confer
with the business mm of the eily
as to the adsisability of securing
the terry and operating it for tin
benefit of the be-t interests of
the city in bringing additional
trade here, and the sentiment of
e cry one present at. the meeting
was that this was one of the best
things that could possibly be
done for the bu-ine-s intere-ts of
the city, as it would open a new
lield for the securing of trade.
This tree ferry is a iie j.-ui- and
one that cannot well be passed up
by those who have the best in
terests of the city at heart, a- il
will undoubtedly prove to nmre
than repay all the expeus,. neces
sary to put it in operation.
Tlie fad of the rapid growth
of the city was remarked upon
by one of the prominent real
estate men of the city, who staled
I hat the value of city property
had advanced rapidly and in some
instances properly had doubled
in value in the hist five years, and
the rapidly increasing flow of
new residents has placed lh
value of residence property at a
figure that would have been
thought impossible a few years
ago. The confidence of the citi
zens here in the city and its in
terests has been responsible
more J ban anything- else, and the
fact that, they are beginning to
realize the real value and worth
of the city of JMaltsmouih is
what is bringing il to the front,
as during the past season there
lias been more improvements
made of residences and business
houses of the city than at any
time in the la-i twenty years, and
the work in the future points to
even greater things for- the city.
The meeting' of the club was
not lengthy, as many of the mem
bers desired to attend the thea
ter, and the meeting- adjourned
with all the members tilled with
enthusiasm for the bigger and
better' IMattsinouth movement.
Regular Spring Thunderstorm.
From Friday's J:iily.
The city was visited by a very
unusual storm for this season of
the year last night about 11:30,
that of a regular summer
thunderstorm, and for a short
time the rain, accompanied by a
very heavy wind, swept through
the. city, reminding one of I he
summer season, as the lightning
anil thunder were quite heavy.
Th past week has been one of
unusual conditions for this time
of year and the storm of lasl
evening was in keeping with the
general spring-like aspect of the
we at her.
Shorthorn Bulls for Sale.
Three pure bred Shorthorn
yearling bulls for sale. All are
registered and pedigrees will be
furnished with the sale.
J. F. Tubbs, Mynard, Neb.
First Story Hour.
From Saturday's liuily.
The first story hour of this
winter's season was held at the
library rooms this morning a 10
o'clock, and was attended by
some 1T." children. The hour
was devoted to a program which
had been prepared by Miss Anna
IIHsel, being one in deference to
the Thanksgiving season, and
proved very interest jug and
entertaining to the large number
of children present. These story
hours will be conducted at the
library rooms every Saturday
morning during- the coming" win
AT TIIE HOME OF HENRY
HEROLD LAST EVENING
Front Friday's Iciily.
Last night the city received
vi-it from burglars, they bavin
made their entrance into I ti
llenrv llerold home on Xorlh
Filth street. but there Were in
valuables taken as far as can b
ascertained, as the parlies wer
.-cared away before they had tiim
lo make a thorough search of th
house. The burglar made hi- en
trance through a window on th
lirsl Hour of the house, ami in
yetting in the party or par-tie-removed
the storm window, set
ting it near the window, and thi
is what cau.-ed the hurt: lai"
downfall, as alter he was in tin
house the wind blew the window
over and bto-ie it. arid this awok
the family upstairs, who at one
started down stairs lo inv e.-t iirat
the cause of the noise, ami th
man was frightened away, mak
ing his e-cape through the open
window and getting" away. Th
police were notified of the at
tempted bnrgllary. hut when I hey
arrived on the scene the party
had made good his es -ape.
KISSES BESSIE AND
GOEHKA HANQLEY ENTER-
From Saturday's Dalljr.
Last evening a very pleasant
t nlhcriiig of young people occur
red at the home of the Misses
I'.essje and Coeniie JIandiev, when
these young ladies entertained in
a most charming manner' some
forty-four of their schoolmates.
The evening was most pleasant
ly spent in the playing of a num
her of games that are always en
joyed by the young folks, and
much amusement was derived
from the-e games. 'I he llandley
home was prettily decorated for
the" occasion and made a very
handsome selling for the large
crowd of happy young people
wtio were present (o take part in
I he event. At a seasonable hour
a very tempting two-course
luncheon was served, which aided
in making the event one of the
most enjoyable ever participated
in by the young ft Iks. who on de
parting expressed their delight
at the pleasant hospitality ex
tended to them by their charm
By a Plattsmouth Resident.
The following has more in
terest, for JMaltsmouih residents
than il otherwise would have be
cause Mr. Barclay is one of our
selves, a citizen of Plattsmouth.
If it prove of assistance to but
one person in IMattsinouth it. will
have been well worth the telling:
W. M. Barclay, proprietor of
restaurant. Main street, Platts
mouth. Neb., says: T have not
had a single symptom of kidney
complaint since 1'ioan's Kidney
Pills cured me several years ago.
I am glad to confirm the state
ment I gave before, endorsing
them. 1 was bothered by lame
ness across my loins when I be
gan using Dean's Kidney Pills.
They soon rid me of the trouble."
The above statement must
carry- conviction to the mind of
every reader. Don't simply ask
for a kidney remedy ask dis
tinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills,
the same that Mr. Barclay had
the remedy backed by home testi
mony. Fosl er-Milburn Co.,
Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.
"When Your Back is Lame
Remember the Name."
One la-horse Lawson gas en
gine (portable). very cheap.
Write or inquire of W. n. Rush.
Murdock, Neb. 1 l,17-2vks-v
Secures Bunch of Feeders.
(ieoi ge Reynolds, one of I In
enterprising farmer- re-jding
some six miles smith ,,t" this city,
yesterday morning received a
carload of line cattle, which he
will feed at his farm during I In
coming sea-ori. Mr. Reynolds is
one of the live farmers of his lo
cality, and thinks tie li;i an ex
ceptionally tine bunch of stock
here, which will bring him good
returns on the market when they
are fattened up in proper shape.
You will ilnd the most complett
line of stationery In the city oi
F-lattsmouth at the Journal ottice
The finest line of box paper,
visiting and calling cards.
Best, results are secured by ad
vertising in the Journal.
lu Ikr niMlriff I imrl f nsw I oitnlt,
Tii'- 1 .i v ins I on l.'iiiu and l!iildi!ig A.--si
i;i I ion, I'lai lit i'":.
LmiiM I. ToI'm I:. 1:. t:ii Kit l iisoii. fnvi
1 1 . i utik imv ii, ii oil Lulu I'ii n.n-l-
suii. Ills will-; ,l;ii-iti r'. i-'a Iter :ind
.Vko y K.i Iter, 1 . s? wife.
Tn I.ouis 1 . Tulle. I:. I:. 1 :n luii iino,
liit n;t mi unknown, and l.uiu !!: I -ardsim,
nis v i f . lion - res idrn t ile
li'mlaiils in ! lie inn i-iitit'i I
;n l ion :
Vim and each of vol ale 1 1 -?' I
urn ifieil thai the iilairiiift' lias .!.
tioiiieil an act imi ajaih.-t you in !!;.
Inslrii-t Coin;, of "a-.s c on tit x . Ne'iraska
lor tin- pu rii'isc of foieclosiiK ! t on
tnirt Kfusx: 1 its: fust ansi- of
tion lo lnrrt'iisi- a inert i: aK" ;iv-n l"
.laioli I'. Ka It-1- ami Mm. I-alt.-r
T.' " I.ivinKslon Loan and I'.u i 1 'li n
.-V ssor iat ion on Itio day of Jan
uary. T.'ii, c.nfiiiitr tin- follow ins ili
s:iliil real e.stati- lo-vit: Lots 1. H, '.
anil I. ili lilo'k -t. in St ami i:ia mi's Ail-
iition t.i the City of 1 "I a 1 1 srnoii 1 1., favs
I'liunly, Ni-liiaska. vvliii t: mortvaj:e al-pi-ii
is of r- tu d in Hook ol inoil
tii.K's. at iMiiii- t;Tl. in tin; offii-e ol
laivter of 1 tevils of Cass 1'iniiitv. N
hiaska. and lo riir the .sum of
t.M.4H taxi-s ;i'id interest. toRi-iher with
ifili-revt ttn-r'in al th- lat- f 1 1" r
-ii t from Novi-ml.i-r ll'th. l!U:i. In its
si-i-onil i-a ;i.s- of art ion to fon-i-h-i- a
iii'iittragi- pivn hy Jai-oli 1'. Kit Iter
and Mary 1'alO-r to The Livingston
Loan and I? u i 1 ci ui 'rT, A ssm ia 1 ion on Jan
uary ll'th. l!Mt::. i-iiveriiitr lots .". ami
in hloi k 1, ir St ade I m:- n n's Addition to
the Cay of i'hit t sniou t h. t'ass County.
Nehraska, wiiieh montage ajinears of
ii-.-onl in Hook of ttiurt k a;es. at
JiHRe tiTL'. in the offii-e of the Register
of i ie-1s of t 'as-s County, Nehru.-ka.
In its third cause of in-timi to lore
rlm.i' a iiiiir'EaKi- uiveu hy Jarot. 1
Falter and Mary Falter to The Liv
ingston Loan and lnihlinp Assoi-ia t ion
on the L'lh ilay of .!aiiuai, 1"!'.
l o-.-ei ins lots " Jind S. in l.loi k 4. and
that eortioh of lot In. in said hlook 4.
whirh lies rout Ii of the north line or
Ic-t 1. when said north line is i-oti-timied
easterly to Tenth street, all in
St a. lei ni.in us Addition to the C;iy of
I'htttsmoiit h. Cass County, Xi-hraska.
whii h inort$r"-t appears of record in
Hunk of inort t--a '.jes at pane t',7::. in
the office of the Leisler ol I ii-i-iis of
Cass Countv. Nehraska. and to recover
th- sum of $l.r.t insura!H-e. together
with interest thereon from N'oveinher
11'. iyi:i. In its fourth cause of n.-iion
to foreclose a mortp:it;e iveii lv Jai oh
!. Falter and Mary Fit Iter lo The Li
intTston Loan and HuildlnK Assmiation
on the day of Auiriisl. 1'jnT.
i-iivi'tit:p the southwest tl'.i leet of lot
in St I el W jesel's Su 1 -d i V I s i o ri of lot
11::. in the SV4 of the N " U of Sec
tion , Townsi.iji J i' .V. Kuni'i' 1-1 K.
of tlie Cth 1 M. in the Cit of Platts
ni.'Uth. Cass County. .NVdraskH. which
iiii-rijraee appears of record in Hook
Sfi of nni't,ai;'-s. at patre 07.. in the
nl"ce of the Letrister "f lifils of f'a
CoMiit'.. Nehraska. and to recover the
: r:n ui' J1H.IH taxes. with ititere.-t
tl.i-l'eon at 10 .. I c.-i t fioia
the ll'th dav of Noveiiiher.
!!i!. In itJ-. J: ft Ii cause of action
t- roreilose a moitKace cii-ii t Jacoh
1". Faiter ur.d Mary Falter to The Liv
ingston Loan and liuildintr Association
on the i''th -lav of Muv, LuiT. covermtc
the su. of lot 7. in Mock :.. in the t'ity
of llattsmoiith. Cass 1 'utility. Ne
hraska, whicti ttioitpaije appears of
record In Look of tnortu.mes. tit
patce f,?.?,. In the office of the l.'erister
of l.if i-Jh of Cass County. Nehraska.
i.r.d the sum of $"2.t; paid for taxes.
With lhlie-t and costs tiieieon, to
ieiher w t intere-;t at li)
per cent from November ll'th,
1!1S, In its si.th tuuse of action
to foreclose a mortntitre nen hv Jacoh
1. Falter and Mary Fuller to The Liv
ingston Loan and ISniidinK Association
it the ISth day of Murv h. 1 !oT. cover-in"-
lot in block r.n, in the City of
I'lattsinoutli. t"':is I'.niMy, Nebraska,
which mortfcape appears of reeord in
Hook of murtfiises, at pane all', in
the office of the liej; ist er of Iieeds of
Cass County. Nebraska, and to recover
the sum of $!.". ":i taxes atid interest
thereon at the rate of H per cent
I Mini the lrh day of November, l'.ii::.
In its seventh cause of action to fori
i lose a innrtL-nsi- civen by ii. Tl. l:ich-
ardson. first name unknown, to The
Livingston Lmn and Huiblinir Associa
tion ou the 16th day of April. 1!10.
revering; lot a. in block ."0. in the City
of i'lattsmotith : also ; feet off of the
southwest side of iot ".. in Streit
wiesers Su li-d i v is ion of lot lit. in the
SVV4 of the NW',4 of Section l'.i. Tow n
Hliip ll', N. Iiant?e 14. F.. in the City of
I'latlsmoutli : also lots !. 2. :i. -1. ". T
and S, In block 4. in Stadeltriniin's Ad
dition to the t'ity of IMattstnotit h, and
that portion of lot 1. in said block 4.
Stailclrinntf.M Addition. which lies
north of the north line of lo' ;. when
said line is continued easterly to Tenth
street. all in 1 'lu 1 1 smonl h. Cass
County. Nebraska. and the sum
of 2.f.o paid for insur
ance, tofcfther with interest tle'-eo:i at
the rate of 10 per ('"lit from the 12tu
day of November. lMH. together with
equitable relief on all of said causes nf
act ion. ion and each .f you are. -,..
iiuired to answer said petition tin o-
belore the id h day of January. A. I .
1M14. jind in failing; so to do our de
fault will b duly entered therein and
judgment taken as prayed for in
Planum s tu t ition.
TJIF LIVINtlSTON LAN AST
HI'ILDIN't 5 ASS H'TATioN.
Kv A. L T1L1. Its Attorney.
In the IMntrlet Court In and for ('
( nunly, Nrhrnkii,
T'lattsmonth lxian and Funding-
Gforpe Cn lor. Mrs. tleorfre Cator. first
real name unknown, l sii..
To the Above Named Defendant:
V on and ep.ch of you are hereby noti
fied that on September 4. A. I. 1S1".,
Plaintiff filed Inn petition in the iMstrtct
Court of Cass County. Nehraska, the
object and purpose of which is to fore
close a morte-Hjfe Kiven by Jacob I'.
Falter and Mary Falter to the above
named plaintiff, dated May la. A. 1 .
IHUi. m lot live (;.. in block one hun
dred seventy-two tlTl'l. in tlie Citv of
I'la t tsmout h. Nebraska, and to have
each of the defendants In said suit, in
cluding: yourselves, foreclosed of nil
equity of redemption in and to said
inort sailed premises. That said
premises may be sold according to law
and out of the proceeds thereof plain
tiff le paid the sum of three hundred
rinety-three dollars and eiirht cents
:;y::.0M, with interest thereon at ten
per cent fl" per cent) per annum from
July !M. 1913. and for costs of suit.
and that tWendant be adjudged to
pay any deliciencv which may remain
alter applying- the proceeds of said
sale to the payment of said debt, and
to have the mortirace riven bv Ldwin
MeCrudden to the American Bonding
Company of Baltimore. Maryland, in
ferior to the lien created by idaintifl s
Mortgage, and for such other relief as
taav be just and equitable.
This notice is ry ordr or the court.
You are reouired to answer said
petition, on or iHfor Monday, January
.". 1 ". 1 4 . or your default w '. I be duly
entered Of re. ..(.
i'L.TTS.Vi il'TII Li VN" .V FU'ILI'IM ;
ASSi ii I VTION.
.1. M. l.LV 1 V. .
hauls tv iai;i:r:TsN'. i
A t tnrri'vi.
I! -1' I - I w k s
Ml l ll K 'I'M It I'.IM I tills.
In I It nrt.
STATi: fV Ni::i;AsK..
t 'ass t 'on n t v, ss.
ill the Matter i.r the Kstate of lvnn S
Notice is heiehv Ellrn tu tie cred.t-
ors of said ileeeaseii th:il i i-;ii iiii; nu,1
be had upon claims T.ie-1 uirainst .i:-l !
estate. Iiefore me. Count. Jtoltfe ol j
Cass t'niililv, Nel.iaska. at t !,e C. mtv ,
Court loom in I "la it - mm. t h. in said
Countv, on the L.ili dav i f I n i.n.
l!'l.:. and on the i;,;u ia of June,
I'iM. at ! o i !.. k a in., ta.h d.i re
examination, u -I j us i ri.-u t and ubow-aTii--.
All claims must i,. fii.-d ,n .-aid cert
on or betoie said last lot;:- ol l--.ifi:m
With.ss inv haiid arid -e.. I .. .,!
our:fv' I'lnitl, at 1'lattK ii"u'ii. Ne
braska, this i:.th it.i , of No em t.e, ,
tseai) ALi.rx .1 li:i:s' i.v.
I'uitlii .1 ,.d-e.
Mini r: or Mi:itix. ii:iiii
Kill tl'IMIIMUKXT !'
ItMl Ms I It I IM. ;
In the I iiuuiy nurt f nn iinali,'
STATU OF NKHKASk.t,
Cass Couiitv, ss.
In the Matter of the Kstat" of VV'i li.im
II. Letts. Sr.. li.-i.-a. l
Notice i -i heieh ium-ii t. all person
interested that a heaririK Ul.l he I. ail
upon a pefi'mn for the appointment of
an A dni i ri is I 1 a 1 1 if of tin- .--late of s.ii-t
tlet as.-d in ti.e Countv Court tuom ,.f
C.tss Couiitv, .e,ra-k.t. at i'lalt--minilli.
t herein a t tie tu.-1 r of I' ii i ! k
a. in., ln-i .-iiiln-i St'i. 1st.;, and tt...t :oi
objections to said per, linn mut i
tlled oil or befole tie lime I-ir sail
h-a t inr.
V itne-s m v hand and the se:: of tl.e
County t'liuil of ta-s foi.ritv. Ne
braska, tins 14ili dav t,f No v-rr, t.ci .
is-eal ALLLN .T. ;r:KS"V.
I "ount V J uitre.
C. i:. THFFT, Altornex.
mti i: or n:i i.iti.irs i.
In the Iisrl-I wnrt in nnal tr mmm
I oiiult, VrhrrmKri.
Anna Ann-lin M-uiroe.
i'!.i int ;rr
Ap.'illi:! Stull. Widow of .!!. n I'rcilTiwk
St nil. I e. en-ed, et
Notice is hereby p;ivti t'.ji under
arid i.v virtue of a le,-tee of t'e ns
triit Court in ;ind for Cast Co, mtv.
Nebraska, enli-ie.l in t . above . ri
tilled cause on the ITt.i da v of Sep
tember. A. i i. 11". aril an oid. r
-Iitle. l.y said ll.CIt OU the Mth c a
of November, A. li, 11.'!. the i;ri'b-r-
sined sole referee. Will on tie 1'lltli
lav of lieiember. A. 1 i. 1V1':. at II
o lock a m.. at the south fn.n' do..r
(if Itie t'oult House, III the Citv. HI
'Ih 1 1 .-mou t h. Cass County. Nel.aka.
sell at public auction to fie lutl."l
responsible bidder for ca-h tie fol
lowing described leal estate. t..-Wit
The east half (l:1-., of te north Wevf
inarter XV'4i and the east :rtf
ll:1-! of the siiiiiiiwe-t iiiar(i-v tSVV i4i
of section two ll'l. Towrship twelve
lll'i. liantfe thirteen I 1 :: i ; lot four t4i
in Section thirl v - s i x Oil. T.wti:.ip
tlitteen il'ii. Ka Lire thiitei-n il;i. a, id
all of lot dree i:;i, in Se. tl.m six ii.
Township Twelve ilji. Kat.ue fo.ir
teen 114 1, lvii,jr west of the i im.t-i.r-wav
of the H. .v M Fiadroad and all
that part of said lot l I r-e t .". i lvin
east of the said rlk'l t-.if-ixav. i,i.-n
lies north of tie biidte or culvert im
mediately north of Swallow i'mr.t. ail
in 'use Count y, Net.r:ika.
Tl.n above lifitnlii-il land will be
Sold Subject to the life Use l.f Acitl.a
Stull. widow of John Fredemk st ill,
uectased. in atid fo tit teen i 1 .. i acres ii.
the said east half I K of the north
west .inarter (NW1, and the -af half
K ' t of t he so'.lt h West ij.ialler t S W i
of Section two il'i. Township twelve
till. Karitre tiiirteen iL'.i. i r.ci nd : rut
the In: iidirids. on-hard ari-l irove
thereon, an-1 a iliri.t-of-wuy twenty
ll'UI feet Wide theletu.
Said fifteen tlfo ucies and the rinht-of-way
are designated bv stakes set
at the corners thereof an! wul tie de
scribed in the deed to purchaser bv
metes arid bounds.
Said naie will l,e, op. n for one
liated at I'iattsnii.i.l ! . N-br.i-k.i. thl
lTlh tlav of Noveniber. A. 1 . ivij.
C H. T A V l.i L. Leieree.
I:AWLS Ar l.-l'llEUTSi S.
1 1-17-T.w k
MlTH'i: OI MFtltlVL HCIMIHT AMI
IT.TITIOV OI' Tltl MKL
la the ( iiuutr (wnrt of t (ount?.
In the Matter of tt.e Triiteer.hip
Created by the Will of I.yilm Tod.t.
To All 1'ersons Interetec ;
Notice is hereby uiveu that L. 1
Todd, trustee, provided for In the
handling of certain fund in the sjn
of Lydni Todd, deceased, has filed u
report of the moneys received and ex
pended to tlate as such trustee, and
Don't Suffer Longer!
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Don't try us as a last re
sort, but try us as a first
resort, and you will never
In acute cases our re
sults are marvelous, quick
The accompaning illustration
depicts a human spinal column,
surmounted with the grandest
handiwork of the Creator, the
head, through which passes n
conduit the spinal cord carry
ing the vital force Life.
Two sections of the column
are enlarged, showing two nerves
leaving the spinal cord on their
way to some organ within the
body. See the difference in the
size of the nerves. The large
one is the health-giving one; the
small one disease in the organ
in which it ends. If you are suf
fering or ailing, you have one of
these, caused by luxation of the
vertebrae. Let us fix this trou
ble before you become a chronic
sufferer; if your trouble is already
chronic, we can still conquer it.
Examination and consultation
free. If trouble is not within our
line or ability we tell you so.
BAGUr.1Ar.fJ & BACIJr.jAMiJ
Two Blocks North of the Catholic Church
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