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THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914.
Fi-ATTSFfiGUTH SEWI-WrEKUY JOURNAL.
S. F. CirankM Icl'l Tu-sIay for
I .. i.-lo;i, Mont., in loi.k ai'liT
f ;i r in intf-rrsts then.
.Mi.-s Emma. V Jfv.r,l of Lin-
ln vi..ii.l r."iMnIs in town from
a! nrdriv nnti! WYiiiM'.-ih.y, iinj:
from lo Omaha to visit lnv
William I)oty nl wined J'riiJay
'-ninfr from Ohio ami I'fim-.-lvania.
' ! was allti to Ohio
atxiiit two Wft'ks u'rin hy the th-atii
of a ish-r.
Mrs. Jforj;' Stoiirr and Merriit
I'.i:.---il vMit lo Omaha Momiay
iuoi jiiiii: fur a f''.v clays outing at
Lake Manawa ami a iit. with
Mrs. sioiifi"s (iaulitr-r, Mrs. I.ci
ami fainil hav!
I'oiica. Neh.. ami
T. V. Truman
art' locati'd in
in-nsr' Unit was ';ifl by
Mi-. a;nl Mis. Reiiiuiml on Hit'
r-onth isl St lno'l opens Se;
UMi.'ii r 7.
J..hn r.tilii-rl re, oils tin" sal- of
the Aupu-I I'an-ka sn ari-f one
half mile south of Wabash to
Henry Hnh-a. Onshlerat ion. si l.
'J7n. Mr. Itiilia will moe onto
tin- phii-e in Ihe spring.
Mrs. F. II. (.'order and daughter,
Helen, left Monday afternoon for
Scotland. S. I)., for a two weeks'
with Mr. (order's sister,
Mrs. A. F. IMoetz and family.
Ioi othy areompani' ' 4 them as far
as IMat t sniont !i. where she will
Hev. and Mrs. Hose became so
iilarnied oer the condition of
their 1 rmonl hs-ohl on, who was
-llU'eliilU with iioWel tl'oillde, that
they procured an automobile Sun
day morninir and took him to the
Methodist hospital in Omaha. The
latent news today is that he i
b ly imp! " iiiir.
lr. 1 1 1 i 1 1 -a t was called out to
the Walker section Tuesday to
Vive surgical attention to Mis. M.
T.. Walker, who .sustained a broken
arm while L'ettinu" through a
feiu e i n liei- way to the pasture
to see about pumping some water.
Tlie patient was taken to Lincoln
Wednesday, where she will be un
der the care of tier son. who is
a doctor, and where an X-ray
photograph v. ill be taken of the
Last week Orley Clements,
while l:shintr at the IMatte, caught
tWo ees. They Were Cjllile a
curiosity to many, lie al-o cau'-'ht
some line catiish.
T. W. I)eal. who has been wrk
inir on the section here, was
t ran.-ferjed to Ilurr, where he will
take cha:-e or the Missouri Pa
cific section work.
Miss I'.ertha Muckrie.de ol"
T?r:. ant. Ind.. who ha 1 n -i-it-
injr at the home of Lewis w.
Koettyer. returned to her home
the first of the week.
Mrs. I. M. Liston of Lane, Kas.,
arried in the city the first of the
week ami will vi-it with the fam
ily of her son, Jm O. L. Liston.
for several weeks.
A tine boy baby was born last
Monday niornintr to Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. F. Rosenow. The little fel
low is doinjr nicely and the proud
parents are receiving the con
gratulations of their many
I r. O. K. Dachmami. who has
been li intr at Weep in? Water, has
nioed his household poods here
and will occupy the Sargent home.
Mrs. I.achmann will arrive later
she is now at the bedside of her
mother-, who is quite sick.
A very sad accident resulted at
Avoca last Saturday. Win. Kepler
accidentally shot ami killed his
wife almost inslantly while bolh
were tryinir to kill rats in the
chicken house. Me was restrain
ed from haunint.' himself while
hysterical after the accident. They
are well known here.
I.a.f Wednesday a ileal was
consumated whereby M. H. Tyson
.-old his beautiful home property
to F.d (Justin. The consideration
was s-'.ooo. Mr. Tyson is con
templating moving onto the farm.
We have not learned whether Mr.
(Juslin will move to town ana ac-cup.v-
the property or not.
Prof. A. II. Parminter and fam
ily arrived here last Thursday and
they are now settled down for the
school year in Mrs. Harnsberper's
property. They come from Valpa-
riso, Neb., where. Prof. Parminler
has been, very successful in the
school work. The patrons of our
schools welcome them to our
i. Jt. Jim.- .. .
V VV V .
liorn To Mr. and Mrs. John
Speth. Wednesday Aus-'u.-t, 3lh, a
Miss Fern Perry of Lincoln was
the puest of Miss Fdith i'eterson
Chas. Rivett of Ib lhany visited
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
A. M. Trumble, the fore part of
Mr. Walter Pettitt of Kansas
Cily. Mo.. Miss Rena ;.ish of
Aiibnrn, .eb., and Miss Kdna
Riuwald of Peru, .'(b., are vi-it
iim- at the L. lettit home.
Ruth Huhrmann. who has been
vi-iiinir her aunt. Mrs. F. W.
iJloiiienkainp. for the past month,
returned lo her home at Lincoln
Thursday even in. sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillon of Sprinp
view, ej., arrived here Wednes
day eeuinijr for a few days' visit
with relatives. Mrs. Dillon was
formerly Mrs. Albei t Pi outy.
Mrs. E. P. P.etts ami daughter.
Pearl, left Sunday nipht for
(Hazier Park, Montana, for a th:ee
weeks' pleasure trip. They will
visit at the J. ;. Johnson and
Marman 1'rohlich lioines before
Mrs. J. W. llarrail, who just re
cently leturned ti'om the east, left
the fore part of the week for her
home near iVresro, Neb., afler
haviiii: isiled a couple of weeks
at the home of her on. Rev. Ilar
rel! and family.
I-'rances. the T-inoat hsold
daughter of Mr. ami Mr
Iiunlick. who resides southeast of
Faule. died Tuesday niuht of this
week, after an illness lasting only
a few hours. Funeral services
were held from the home Thurs
day afternoon, conducted by Rev.
W. o. Ilarrell. ami the remains
were interred in the F.a'-Jh
Eastern Star Picnic.
Rome Chapter No. m, O. K. S.,
will iitdtl their annual picnic on
Monday. August .51, at the Ma
sonic hall. Supper will be served
o'clock. All member s are re
quested lit be present.
IN THE COUHTY COURT IN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF
In Re.Fstate of Harriet Allison,
To ALL PFRSOXS INTFRFSTFD :
You are hereby notified that
Wilht'liiiina Tinner and Jessie
Drost Leach have filed their peti
tion in this court, alleirinfr anion?-'
other things that Harriet Allison
died intestate on he i'.Mh dav of
Feb-uaiy, A. D. 11 i, bein at the
time of her death a resident of
f;is bounty, Nebraska, possess
ed of an estate of real ami person
al property to be administered,
ami that her only heirs at law an
Leroy Allison. Wilhelmiua Tif-rnei
and Jessie Drost. Leach, and ask
iiiir that (indiums le made in ac
cordance with the allegations and
that administration of said estati
be granted to F. F. Leach.
A hearing: w ill be had upon said
petition at the ollice of the Counlv
Jndse. in the Court. House, at
IMattsinouf h, Nebraska, on the
1 ith day of September. A. D. 191 i.
at in o'clock a. in., before which
all objections therein, if any,
must be tiled.
Dated at Plat tsinouth. Ne
braska, this J'lth dav of August,
A. D. 1 '. 1 '.
I5y the Court,
Seal , ALLFX J. P.FFSON.
CALVIN II. TAYLOR,
The Journal does joi work.
Fire, Tornado and Auto
Farm Loans at Lowest Obtainable
OFFICE. COATES BLOCK.
Tel. Office, 215; Residence No. 1.
T, 11 POLLOCK
PflMDI AIMQ AC
L grain rates
Secretary Shorltiill Appeals
CRADOOGK TO FURNISH PLANS,
Came Warden Announces Open Sea
son For Ducks and Water Fowl Will
Start First of September and Will
Close Dec. 16.
Lincoln, Aug. 27. J. W. Shorthill,
ecifctary-treasurer ot the Nebraska
Co-operative Grain and Live Stock as
sociation, has made complaint to the
state railway commission that grain
rates are too high over the railroads
f.nd petitions the commission to nctify
the companies to appear before the
..commission and show cause why
freight rates should not be made lower
on grain in carload lots.
Open Season For Ducks.
The publication of a news item that
the open season on ducks did not be
gin until Oct. 1 has brought in a fiood
of letters to Game Warden Rutenbeck
asking about the law. The game war
den has kept his stenographer busy
trying to untangle the mystery and
gives out that the open season for
widl duck, geese, brant, cranes and
game water fowls begins Tuesday,
Sept. 1, and will close Wednesday,
Official Count Needed on Regent.
It will take the official count to de
termine whether George Coupland of
Elgin, present incumbent, or Piter
Jansen of Beatrice is the second Re
publican nominee for state university
resent, E. P. Brown of Arbor being
fissured of one of the two nominations.
With eight minor counties missing,
Coupland leads Jansen on unofficial
returns of nearly 5'J.oou votes by just
Candidates' Expense Accounts
Candidates still continue to want to
let the public know how much money
they spent in the quest of votes and
the following certificates came in:
Robert W. DeYoe, for attorney gen
eral, $131.45; T. L.. Hall, railway com
mission, $523. ".C; J. "Warren Kiefer,
railway commissioner, $2S.50; E. E.
Hayes, state superintendent, $1G.55;
Clyde Barnard, $117; Mathew Gering,
Accept Craddock's Plans.
The state normal board decided to
accept the plans prepared by J. H.
Craddock of Omaha for a new niodei
school building at the Peru normal
school to cost in the neighborhood of
$S0,H'0 or $l0,0n0, bids to be consid
ered at the next meeting of the board,
Terminal Tax Figures.
Figures prepared bj- Secretary Sey
mour of the state board of assessment
show that the valuation of railroads
for municipal purposes has increased
?225,8S4 over the valuation as returned
Killed Under Railroad Train.
Clifford H. Buck, about twenty-five
years of age, was killed by a tram on
the Omaha road, about a mile north of
Florence. It is supposed he went to
sleep on the track.
NEBRASKANS SAFE IN LONDGN
Madison Party Will Sail For Home
Madison, Neb., Aug. 27. Word came
to Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Long that their
daughter, Frances Long, reached Lon
don from Paris the 13th, after a vari
ety of experiences in Paris during the
four days of greatest excitement, and
without losing any baggage. Miss
Long is conducting a small party of
tourists and reached Paris from, Brus
sels on the night of July 31. The
party will sail for home from Glasgow
to Montreal on the 29th inst.. their
regular reservations having been held
Validity of High School Law Attacked.
Stapleton, Neb., Aug. 27. A tempo
rary restraining order has been grant
ed on the application of John Worrell
to prevent the board of regents taking
further action in establishing a county
high school at Gandy. It will come
up for final hearing before Judge
Grimes at North Platte, Sept. 3. This
is the first suit brought to test the
validity of the new high school law.
Long Pine Opens Its New Stock Yards
Long Pine, Neb., Aug. 27. The
Northwestern has opened its new
stock yards here, having done so with
out any formalities. These yards will
hold 250 cars of cattle and the track
age is sufficient to spot sixty-five cars
at one time. They were put to use
for the first time, a trainload of grass
fed cattle for the Omaha market being
unloaded for water and feed.
Fire Destroys Store at Falls City.
Falls City, Neb., Aug. 27. Dittman's
department store was destroyed by
fire. The loss is $30,000, with insur
ance of $18,000. The fire originated in
new stock stored in the cellar. De
spite a high wind firemen succeeded
in confining the blaze to the bui'ding
where it originated.
F. V. Dinsmore Drops Dead at Dunbar
Dunbar. Neb.. Aug. 27. F. "W. Dins-
mre, an insurance agent, dronced
dead of apoplexy at the Dunbar hotel.
CASH WHEAT ABOVE DOLLAR
Dollar Seven Is Bid and Some Is Sold
For Dollar Four at Omaha.
Omaha, Aug. 27. Collar wheat on
the Omaha grain market is now the
rule. It not only sold for $1 per bush
el, but it passed that and went to $1.04.
Had there been more grein, it would
have gone 3 cents beyond this piice,
for SI. 7 was bid.
Th?re were but twenty-two cars of
wheat cn the Omaha market and the
Ftock was sold within an hour :tftcjr
the opening of the exchange.
Coin on the Omaha market was up
a full cent, the top bong 7S cents.
Hebron Lumber Yard Burns.
Hebron, Neb.. Aug. 27. Fire broke
out in the lumber yard of Your.y &.
Bolton, totally destroying it. It is the
belief that the fire was of incendiary
origin. The loss will reach $20,ooo,
about half covered with insurance.
Omaba Is Selected as Hext
Columbus, Neb., Aug. 27. Val Peter
was re-elected presidt nt of the German-American
Alliance at the meeting
here, as were practically all the oid
The convention decided to take an
active stand apainst women's suffrage
and will make a campaign against it
Germany's stand in the present war
was upheld ami an active campaign
will be waged to raise funds for the
Red Cross society in its work of 'ldp
ir.g the wounded German soldiers.
This campaign will be extended to aH
(jermaa s- ttienients in .Neoraska.
One of the especial points made by
the gathering and incorporated in the
resolutions was that urging every Ger
man to use his utmost efforts to cor
rect the false impressions regarding
conditions in Germany during the
present war on account of the average
American being unfamiliar with con
At a mass meeting speeches were
made by Rev. Rade of Illoomfield and
C. M. Giuenther of Platte Center. A
subscription list that was circulated
netted about $350 and besides mix
Thusnelda lodge. Sons of Herman, al
lowed $(j''0 at its last meeting, making
a total of $950 for the German Red
Omaha was selected as the place for
holding the next convention, which
will be in October. 1915.
WILSON FOR AUXILIARY NAVY
Plan Provides $40.003,CC0 For Ships to
Carry United States Commerce.
Washington, Aug. 27. Unless the
shipping interests of the country im
mediately prove to the administration
that they are capable of handling
American foreign commerce, the :ov
eminent will socn purchase enough
boats to control the trade.
Nut content with the proposition to
create a corporation capitalized at
$10.to0,oihi and having full use of $3'',
ouu,"oo in Panama canal bonds for the
purpose of operating merchant ships,
the administration now approves the
plan of the house naval affairs com
mittee to spend $4".00o,ooo lor naval
auxiliaries to be us-d on trade routes
during times of peace.
Two Sisters and Rescuer Drown.
Chicago, Aug. -1. Three sisters
went to swim in the surf off the foot
of tVdar street. The powerful eddies
and undertow from the heavy reas
overpowered them. Four young men
wej.t to the rescue. Two of the girls
and one of the rescuers were drowned.
The dead: Isabella Rice, Catherine
Rice and I.oroy Jackson.
Sends $1,CC0 to Czarina.
Newport, R. I., Aug. 27. Mrs. Rob
ert S. McCormick of Chicago, wife of
the former United States ambassador
to Russia, sent to the empress of Itus-
sia a check for $1,000. The draft was
accompanied by a letter asking the
empress to accept the money for the
assistance of wounded soldiers of the
Barnes Wins the Open Title.
Minneapolis, Aug. 27. J. M. Barnes
f White Marsh club, Philadelphia,
won the western open golf champion
ship with a total cf 293 strokes lor
seventy-two boles. William Kidd of
the Algonquin club, St. Louis, was the
second best, with 294.
Mechanician For Wishart Is Dead.
Elgin, 111., Aug. 27. John O. Jentc
mechanician for Spencer Wishart. the
automobile racing driver, who was
killed in an accident in the Klgin na
tional trophy race last Saturday, died
in a local hospital of his injuries.
Kansas Democrats "Dry."
Topeka. Aug. 27. Following the
lead of Governor Hodges, the Demo
cratic state party council here ai'tf-r a
l itter fight declared for national pro
hibition. Langford Knocks Out Cotton.
Boston, Aug. 27. Sam Langford. ne
gro heavyweight, knocked out George
Cotton of Pittsburgh, also a negro, in
the fourth round.
Gorky's Son Joins French.
Paris. Aug. 27. Alxer.nder Gorky,
son of Maxime Gorky, the Russian au
thor, has enlisted in the French army.
I jj Hjj
is Moved Beck.
Paris War Office Admits French
ROSS ARMY MOVES ON PQSEN
Czar's Forces Rushed Toward
Strongly Dsfsndsd Fortress.
London, Aug. 27. So far as can he
gleaned from cfiicial announcement,
the great battle line along the French,
frontier and ir. Belgium eontinu-T to
be the scene of engagements between
the opposing; armies.
The nature of these engagements
and their result have not been madt
public beyond the admission by the
French war office that in the north
the French and British lints have Leon
moved hack a short distance, as well
a? the French rijrht in the region of
St. Die. The French troops, on the
offensive between Nancy and Yosges,
are said to bo making headway.
From Antwerp comes the announce
ment that the Belgian troops have
compelled the Fourth German division,
advancing southward, to retrace its
s'eps. It is added in the oflicial state
ment that the Fourth Belgian division
at Namur, has fulfilled its task cf ar
resting the German column and allow
ing the Belgians to retire on the
Togcland. the German possess;ons
on the west coast of Africa, has sur
A Bucharest report says that Terno
pol, an important town in Galicia, has
been occupied by the Russians, vhilf?
the Russians themselves claim that
they have driven the Austrians hack
to the river Z-Lota IJpa, thirty n.iles
west of Tarnopol and about fifty miles
east of Lrmberg. the Galician capital.
Direct cii-patc-hes frcm Tsingtau.
capital of the German protectorate of
K:uiicha;i, say that there is no evi
dence as yet of Japanese warships or
field troops in that neighborhood.
Lines cf Allies Fall Back.
An official statement issued by the
French war department says:
In the north the Franco-British
lines hae been moved back a saort
distance. In a general way our offen
sive between Nancy and Vosges makes
heaihvav. Our right, however, has
been obliged to fall back slightly in
the region of St. Die.
'In the north resistance continues.
The enemy appears to have suffered
considerable loss, more than 1,500 bod
ies having been found in a very small
space in a trench. Some had feen
stricken as they stood in the attitude
of firing their rifles.
"A series of fiercely contested ccm
hats has been going on during the past
three days in the whole region, which
were generally to our advantage."
Russian Hosts Peril German Army,
A dispatch from St. Petersburg cays
the Russian forces have won a pi tat
victory in east P'russia and that the
German army is in a perilous position.
The Russian army invading east Prus
sia is said to total C.OOO.ooo men, while
a reserve army of 3,000.000 is slowly
following up their victorious march
The Germans in the Flbing district
of west Prussia, near the Vistula riv
er, are fleeing westward before the
Russians' ndvano. The Russians
have occupied Tilsit.
The rush of the main Russian army
toward the fortress of Posen. in the
Gorman province of Posen, if true, is
regarded as the sensational news ot
the day. It might account for the
Germans falling tack to eastern Prus
Rush From Eerin Is On.
London. Aug. 27. "Despite the Ger
man efforts to minimize the extent
rnd importance of the Russian victor
ies." spys the Standard's Copenhagen
correspondent, the German publi? ap
parrntly is by no means satisfied of
their security. A panic seems appar
ent in Berlin. Wealthy residents are
already leaving the city and hastening
toward Scandinavia by way of Copen
hagen. A number of these already
have passed through this city."
German Less Heavier Than Allies.
London, Aug. 27. The Paris corre
spondent of the Daily Express cables
that the German losses in the three
days of the big battle alolig the war
front have been at the ratio of three I
to one for the allies. ..... J
AMKNDMEXT NO. ONE.
The following pro05l amendment t
tine fonstltntlon ol tu Maif w
ts hereinafter set tot'.li In full, is submit
ted in ti electors uf the State of Nebras
ka, to be voted upon at the penernl elect lor
to be held Tuesday, roveuiber ura, -a. i
'i nn a Joint resolution to amend section
1 of Article 9 of the constitution u iui
vr.t. r.r vi,n,l-B relatine to revenue
Be it Kesolved :ml Knacted by the IVopU
of tie State of Nebraska:
Sertion 1. That Section 1 of Article I
t.r tt.M fimetif ntion of the State of Ne
braska be mnended to read as follows:
i. The rules of taxation shall r
uniform as to any given class and taxe
uli a II he levied upon suc-n property as iut
Legislature shall prescribe. Taxes may
also be imposed on Incomes, privileges am.
occupations, which taxes uiav be pradnated
and progressive and reasonable exemptions
mav be provided, in addition to those here
inafter specifically mentioned In section j
of this article.
Sec. 2. That at the general election In
November, l'.Ht, there shall be submitted
to the Hectors f state for their ap
proval or rejection the forepoing proposed
amendment to the Constitution in the fol
lowinsr form: "For amendment to th
Constitution providing for uniform and
progressive taxation" and 'a:rainst aid
proposed amendment to the Constitution
providing for uniform and prouressiv
Approved. March 27. lf13.
I. Addison Wait. Secretary of State. 1
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certifj
that the foreointr proposed amendment
to the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska Is a true and correct copy of the
criminal enrolled and engrossed bill, a
passed by the Thirty-third session of th
Legislature of the State of Nebraska, ni
appears from said orlprinal bill on file ic
this office, and that said proposed amend
ment is submitted to the cjualified votert
of the state of Nebraska for their adoption
or rejection at the general elc-tion to be
held on Tuesdav, the Crd day of November,
A. II. V.M.
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and nf!i'd the Great Seal ol
the state of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln, tut 2Hrd day of March.
In the year of our Lord. One Thousand
Nine Hundred and Fourteen, and of the
Independence of the 1'nited States the On
Hundred and Thirty-seventh, and of thii
State the Forty-seventh.
Seal Secretary of State.
AMENDMENT NO. TWO.
The following proposed amendment to
the constitution, of the State of Nebraska,
as hereinafter set forth in full, is submit
ted to the electors of the State of Nebras
ka, to be voted upon it the general election
to bo held Tuesday, November trd, A. D.
"A Joint Resolution to amend Section sli
(f.i of Article one (1) of the Constitution
of the State of Nebraska.
Be it Knacted by the People of the State
of Nebraska :
Section . That Section rIx (".) of Artlcl
ore Hi of the Constitution of the State
of Nebraska be amended to read as fol
k.ws: section . The ritrht of trial by Jury
stall remaiu !niol::te: but In all civil casei
and in criminal cases les-s than felonies,
five-sixths of tli jury may render a ver
di'-t nd the Legislature may. nuthorlzt
trial by n jury of a less number than
twelve men in courts inferior to the dis
Sec. 2. That :;t the general election fo
state and .g Nlafive officers to be held in
the State of Nebraska on the first Tuesdav
Ht'-.-T the first .;..r:day in November in P.14
tin re shall 1-e. printed noon the ballot ol
each elector for his approval or rejection
the above 1 foreiroinjr amendment in t hf
following fcrm : "For proposed amendment
to the constitution providing that in all
'ivil cases and iis criminal cases less than
felonies, live-sixths of the ji:ry mar render
a verdict." and "AjrnhiM the proposed
.intendment t: the Constitution provided
that iu all civil cases am! in criminal case
less than felonies. !i .-sixths cf the Jury
may render a verdict."
Approved, April 1, 101.1.
I, Addison Wait. Secretarv of State, ot
the State of Nebraska, do hcrebv certify
li.it the foregoing proposed amendment
to the Constitution of Hi,, state of Nebraska
is a true and correct ,,- of the original
. nroe.i and engrossed bill, as passed tn
tjie Tnirfy -third session of the Legislature
f the State of Nebraska, as appears from
sc.ld oriritiiil bill on liie in this ofli.e. anil
t,Mt said proposed amendment Is submitted
to il,,. tpialitied voters of the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection at
the general election to be held on Tuesdav
the Jrd day of November, A. I. 1IH4
In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the Great Seal ol
the State of Nebruskn.
Itoiie at Lincoln, this 2.1 rd dav cf March
v-: ' tCV,''V '.'r "r Lori1- Thousand
jiitmtreu an.i j- ourteen. and of the
Independence of the Tinted State the One
l"?:irX r'1. f''ir-seventh, and of thU
r n ADIHSOX WATT.
iaea,J Secretary of State,
AMENDMENT NO. TI'KEE.
The following proposed amendment to
the constitution of the State of Nebraska,
as hereinafter set forth in fill. N submit
ted to the electors of the State of Nehras
Ua, to be voted upon at the jrineral election
to ie held Tuesday, November Jrd, A. U,
"FOIl a Joint resolution proposing amend
incuts to Section 1, of Artici V, and
Section 24. of Article V. of the Constitu
tion of Nebraska, relating- to term of
office and salary of Governor and othei
Be it Uesolved and Knacted by the Peopl
of the Stute of Nebraska:
Section 1. That at the preueral election
for state und legislative offices, to be held
on the I nesday succeeding the first Mon
day in November, I:il4, the following b
submitted ns amendments to Sections 1 and
24. of Article V, of the Constitution ol
See. 1. The executive department shall
consist of a Governor, who shall hold bis
oliice for a term of two years from the
first Thursday after the first Tuesday in
January, next after his election, and until
his successor is elected and qualified. In
addition to the Governor, the executive de
partment shall include the following offi
cers: Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of
State, Auditor of Public Accounts, Treas
urer, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Attorney General, mid Commissioner ot
Public Lauds and Huiidings, each of whom
shall hold his office for the term of two
years from the first Thursday after th
first Tuesday in January, next after his
election, and until his successor Is elected
and qualified; Provided, however, that the
first election of said officers shall be held
on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday
in November, Vjlti. and each succeeding
election shall be held at the same relative
time in each even year thereafter. Th
Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor ol
Public Accounts, and Treasurer shall re
side at the seat of government dnring tbeii
terms of office, and keep the public records,
books and papers there, mid shall perform
such duties as may be required by law.
Sec. 24- The salarv of the Governor nhnll
De live Thousand ?o,(XK).ni) dollars per an
num. The salaries of Auditor of Public
Accounts and Secretarv of Stnte. Kiiturln.
tendent of Public Instruction and Commis
sioner of Public Lands and ISuildings shall
ui- iwo inousana nve Hundred (Jl'.oCIO.OO)
uujtur eacu per annum, and of the Attor-
!. P'ierai, four thousand dollars
,?i.ijiMjp rier annum, tha nr rr n.
State Treasurer Shall be thrm t hniiennrl
($.'i.(KK).() dollars per annum, and the Lieu
tenant Governor shall receive one and one-
u.m ine compensation of a senator, and
afrer the adoption of this constitution they
s-iall not receive to their own use nnv f.wa
costs. Interests upon public monevs In their
hands, or under their control, perquisites
or otdce or other compensation. Bnd nil fees
that may hereafter be payable by law for
services performed by an officer provided
rr iu this article of the constitution shall
be paid in advance into the state treasury.
There shall be no allowance for cleflc bir
In the offices of the Superintendent ot
rubile Instruction and Attorney GeneraL
Sec. 2. That nt sairt nlar.fl
day succeeding rhe flrst Mondav ,n NoTem.
ber. 1914 on the ballot of each elector
voting thereat, there shall be printed or
written the words: "For proposed amend.
ofeofflcet0ami7-nrwU5lon- flx,D th? term
-uUvi officer., and. aiMViiopoais
amendments to the constitution, fliltig: tt
term of office and salary for governor, sod
other executive officers."
Approved, April 21. 101.1. .
I. Addison Wait. Secretary of State, cf
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certify
that the foregoinr proposed amendment
to the Constitution of the Stnte of Nebraska
is " true and correct copy of the original
?.nroJ!trt aud nsed bill, as passed by
the rhirty-thlrd session of the I.egilatur
of the State of Nebraska, as appears from
said original billon file in this office, and
that said proposed amendment Is submitted
to the qualified voters of the Stnte of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection cl
the general election to be held on Ttie.day
the Jrd day of November, A. D. 1914
In Testimony Whereof. I have her'ennta
set my band and affixed the Great Seal ol
the state of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln, this 2nrd day of March.
IV1 .-m,r ?f our lArd- t)ue Thousand
Nine Hundred and Fourteen, and or ttia
Independence of the United State the On
Hundred and Thirty-seventh, and of this
State the i orty-sever.th.
rc ADDISON WAIT.
l3'! Secretary of stata
AKTICI.KS OK IX OKIMtltATIOX.
PLATTSMOITH IMMT CI. I II.
Know All Men by These Presents:
That xve, the undersigned, bave as
sociated ourselves together for tbe
purpose of forming' a corporation under
the laws of the state of Nebraska, and
for that purpose do adopt the follow
The name of this Corporation shall
be the Plattsmouth P.oaf Club.
The principal place of business shall
be in the City of Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, and vicinity, and the office of
this corporation shall be in Platts
mouth. AITICLK III.
The amount of the capital stock of
the Corporation slial be $1,U00.0'.
divided into shares of the par value of
JJ.OO each, and said capital utock sball
he paid up at the date of issuance, or
may designate. In monev, property,
may designate, in money, proper! v.,
or any other valuable, right or thing,
anil tiie judgment of the Hoard of Il
lectors or managing officers as lit the
value thereof shall be concliisi ve.
The general nature of the business in
which this corporation shull engage is
as follows: The organization continues
and muntaines at Plattsmout b, of a
social club to promote sociability. In
structive, entertainment, and amuse
ment of the members thereof and such
persons as the rules and by-law." pro
vide entitled to receive the benefits of
this Corporation and this Corporation
shall have the right to acquire personal
property and real estate, rent, own or
construct buildings, wharfs, docks or
landings as may be deemed proper lv
the stockholders and for providing a
club room for such club.
The affairs of this Corporation shall
be conducted by a Hoard of Itirectors,
who shall be elected on the tith day
of Ieoember of each year as the by
The highest amount of Intedbtedness
incurred by this Corporation shall not
exceed two-thirds of Its paid-up
Tills Corporation is formed to en
dure for ten years after Its article
are duly executed. but its charter
rights may be renewed before the
charter expires) from time to time, for
a period not exceeding ten year at a
time, perpetual I v.
The capital stock of this Corpora
tion shall be and the same Is hereby
made non-assessable by this Corpora
tion for any purpose.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
set our hands this l'9lli day of Novem
ber, A. V. 1913.
J. K. Mason.
J. I. Klce.
It. L. Kilstein.
K. C. Iclnker.
W. II. Mason,.
STATK OF NEBRASKA,
County, of Cass, ss.
P.efore me, Chas. K. Martin, a Notary
Public in and for nald county, on this
dav personally appeared J. K. Mason.
.1. i. Dice. 11. Crocher, K. L. Bilstein, K.
C. Kinker and Wm. Mason, known lo
me to be the persons who subscribed
the foregoing instrument and ac
knowledge to me that they executed
the same for the purposes and con
sideration therein expressed.
Given under my hand and Notarial
seal tills 29th day of Novemlter. a. It.
1913. Chas. K. Martin,
(Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires August is.
IV JI-STICK rOIRT ItRKOKK M
.tIK HKII, JI STIIE OF THK HKifF,
I. AVI) vttn tWSS COl'NTV,
STATK OF NEBRASKA.
Cass Countv, su.
II. M. Soennlchsen, Plaintiff.
Charles M. Foster, Defendant.
To Charles M. Foster:
You are lierebv notified that the
plaintiff, on the 27th dav of July. 1914.
filed his Bill of Particulars in Justice
Court before M. Archer, Justice of the
Peace in and for Cass County, Ne
braska, against you to recover the sum
of $30 for goods and merchandise sold
and delivered, and costs of suit: said
cause was continued to the 10th day of
September, 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m. You
are required to appear and answer said
Bill of Particulars on or before the 10th
day of September, 1914, at 9 o'clock a.
m., and your failure so to do your de
fault will he taken and judgment al
lowed for the amount claimed in said
Bill of Particular.
H. M. SOKNNICHSRN. Plaintiff.
By A. L. TIDD, His Attorney.
OI1IIRH TO SHOW CM SP
ln the 1)11 rlet Court f Cans County,
In the Matter of the Application of
William C. Kamsey, Administrator of
the Kstate of Alice M. Tague, Ie
ceased, for License to Sell Keal
Now. on this 15th day of August, 1914,
the above entitled cause came on to be
heard upon the petition, under oath, of
William C. Kamsey. administrator of
the estate of Alice M. Tague, deceased,
praying for license to sell the fallow
ing described real estate of said de
ceased, to-wit: Lots three, four and
five (3, 4 and 5), In block seven 7. in
South Park Addition to the City of
Plattsmouth. County of Cass. State of
Nebraska, for the payment of debts al
lowed against the estate of said de
ceased, and expenses of administration,
and it appearing by said petition, that
there is not sufficient personal estate In
the hands of said administrator, be
longing to said estate, to pay the debts
outstanding against said deceased, and
the expenses of administration or said
estate, and, that it is necessary to sell
the -whole of said real estate, tor the
payment of such debts and expenses.
IT IS TH rJKrjr Ul!r OKI M'.KI.It tnnt
all persons Interested In said estate ap
pear before me. at ham Iters, In the
r;ourt House, In the Village of Papillion.
Ill i n e ouiiiy vi i .v, in runt niuir,
on the 30th day of September, 1914, at
the hour of eleven o clock a. m.. to
show cause. If any there be. whv
license should not be granted to said
administrator to sell said real estate,
to pay such debts and expenses.
IT IS FUIITHK1! OliPKIlKI) that a
copy hereof be published for four suc
cessive weeks In The Plattsmouth
JAMES T. BEG LEY,
Judge of the District Court.
"WILLIAM C. RAMSEY Attorney.
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