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Tlil'KSnAY. DECEMBER 10, 1911.
rLATTSMOUTII SEMI. "WEEKLY JOURNAL.
The Detective of the
By KESKETH PRiCHARD
By Hesketh Pri chard
OHM : T w XI.
tj T v..':s s;I!! e:r.!y afternoon when
2 we arrhed in I.endevjlle. a few
s.-.-itieivd farms :ind a single gen
eral st-.re. u:ide one of the
farmhouses -loo paused.
"I I; now the chap that lives ia here,"
tie said, "lie's a retty niean kind of
a t::::n. Mr. ('i:tritcli. 1 may lind a
w::y t; n:::Ue Li:u talk, though if he
t!-r,i::ht 1 wanted information he'd not
1 art with it."
"Say. McA::drew." began .loe. whst's
your prieo for hiring two strong hses
:ind a ood buct; board to take us and
n:r outlit n Iron) here to the Burnt
Lamls ly Sandy pond?"
"Twenty d -liars."
"Ilr.'.i."' said .loe. "we don't want to
buy the t-'.-.l Lct'Ses!"
The S 't'-!in:;in"s shaven lips the
wore :i chin heard and whiskers open
iL "It would na' py to do it for
"Then there's others as will."
"Ai:.l wii.it miht their names be?"
inijmu-d MeAndrew ironically.
"The:n as t-ok up Ikmk Clerk At
terson when he was here six weeks
"Weel. you're wrung!" cried MeAn
drew. "fur Hank Clerk Atterson juist
.Talked in with young Simon I'ointarre
and lived with the family at their
new mi!!. So the price is twenty cr 11!
i;ae hearness a horse for ye."
"Then I'll have to go on to Simon
Fnintarre. I've heard him well spoken
"Have ye now? That's queer, for
"Mnrtip. then, it was his Lrother,"
said Je quickly.
"The other one that was with An
ders, n at I let! river."
"There was n:ie one. only the old
man. Simon and the two girrls."
"Well, anyway, I'll ask the Fcin
tnrre's price before I close with
"I'll make a reduce to $17 if ye agree
here and now."
November said something further of
Atterson's high regard for Simon Foin
t::rre. which goaded old MeAndrew to
"And I suppose it was love of Simon
that made him employ that family."
lie snarled. "Oh, yes. that's comic.
"J'was Simon and no that grinning las
sie they ca!l I'hedre! Atterscm? Tush!
I toil ye. if ever a man made a fule o'
I'.ut hero, despite McAndrew's pro
tests. Joe left the farm.
At the store which was nest visited
we leani'-rl the position of the Foin
tarre steading and the fact that old
I'ointarre. the daughters, Fhedre and
Claire, and one son. Simon, were at
The door was opened by a girl of
Li-out twenty years of age. Her bright
brown ryes and hair made her very
:ioJ looking. Joe gave her a quick
"I came to see your sister," said he.
"Simon." railed the girl, "here a
Iran to see I'hedre."
"What's jour business?'' growled a
man's voice from the inner room.
"Why sent you:"'
"Can't tell that, but I guess Miss
I'ointarre will know when I tzive her
"Well, 1 suppose you'd best see her.
Slie's d'wii bringing iu the cows.
You'll t:nd her below there in the
.loe thanUed him and we set off. A
twig broke under my ftt. and the
i rl swung round at the noise.
"What do you want:'' she asked.
She was tall and really gloriously
"I've come from Atterson. I've just
seen him," said November.
"There are many people who see liim
i . cry day. What of that?"
"Huh: Don't they read the newspa
per -in I.endeville? There's something
: I out him going round. I came think
ing you'd sure want to bear." said No
voniior. The color rose iu Fhedre's beautiful
"Tln y'ie saying." went on Joe. "that
he rb!vd the bank where he is em
ployed of jS'miu.OW, and instead of try
ing to gel away on the train or by one
of the steamers he made for the
Fhedre turned away ns if bored.
"What interest have 1 in this? It cu
nai -s nie to listen.",
"Wait'" tepiied November. "Witb
t!i- police I went and suou strock At
terson's trail on tLe old colonial post
road and in time come up with After
sou himself nigh Ited river. The po
lice takes Atterson prisoner, but they
J..i:nd nothing Though they searched
him and ai! round about the camp,
they found nothing."
"lie had hidden it. 1 supjKise."
"So poli-p th'vight. And Ij
thought the same till" November's ,
gaz never left her facn "till I see his j
ties. The pupils were like pia. noisis i
in Ids head." Tie pit used find added:
"I got the bottle of whisky tbst was in
hir pack. It'll go in as evidence."
"Of what?" she cried impatiently.
"That Atterson was drv.gged and the i
bank property stole from him. You j
se2, continued Joe, "this robbery
wasn't altogether Atterson's own idea."
"No, I guess he had the first notion
of it when he was on his vacation six
weeks back. He was in love with a
wonderful handsome girk Flue eyes
she had and black hair, and her teeth
was as good as yours. She pretended
to be in love with him. but all along
she was in love with well. 1 can't
say who she was in love with herself
likely. Anyway. I expect she us d all
her influence to make Atterson rob the
bank and then light out for the woods
with the stuff, lie does all she wants.
On his way to the woods she meets
him with a puck of food and neces
saries. In that pack was a bottle of
drugged waisky. She asks liim where
he's going to camp that night, he sus
pects Hotting and tells her. and off
she goes is a canoe up Fed river till
she comes to opposite where he's lying
drugged. She lands and robs him. but
she don't want him to know who done
that, so she plays an old pame to con
ceal her tracks. She's a rare active
young woman, so she carries out her
plan, gets back to her canoe and home
to l.endeville. Need I tell any more
During Jee's story I'hedre' s cotor had
slowly died away.
"You are very clever!" she said bit
terly. "Iiut why should you tell me
"Because I'm going to advise yon to
hand over the SloU.UW you tojk from
Atterson. I'm in this case for the
"I?" she exclaimed violently. "Do
you dare to say that 1 had anything
whatever to do with this robbery, that
1 have the Slou.UM)? F.ab! 1 know
nothing about it. How should I?"
Joe shrugged his shoulders. "Then
1 beg your pardon. Miss I'ointarre. and
I say good bye. 1 must go and make
my report to the police and let them
act their own way." He turned, but
before he had gone more than a step
or two she called to him.
"There is one point you have missed
for all your cleverness," she said.
"Suppose what you have said is true,
may it not be that the girl who robbed
Atterson took the money just to return
it to the bank?"
"Don't seem to be that way, for she
has just denied all knowledge of the
property and denied she had it before
two witnesses. Fosides. when Atter
son comes to know that he's been
made a catspaw of he'll be liable to
turn king's evidence. No, miss, your
only chance is to Laud over the stuff
here and now."
"To you!'" she scoffed, "And who
are you? What right have you"
"I'm in this case for the bank. Old
MeAndrew knows me well and can
tell you my name."
"What is it?"
"Feople mostly call me November
She threw back her head every at
titude, every movement of hers was
"Now, supposing that the money
could be found, what would you do?"
"I'd go to the bank and tell them I'd
"Atterson isn't the only man who'd
break ths law for lova of me."
make shift to get every cent back safe
for them if they'd agree not - to prose
"So you are man enough not to wish
to see me in trouble?"
November looked at her. "I was sure
not thinking of you at all," he said
simply, "but of F.ank Clerk Atterson.
who's lost the girl he robbed for and
ruined himself for. I'd hate to see
that chap overpunished with a dose of
jail too. But the bank people only
wants their money, and I guess if they
get that they'll be apt to think the
lass about the robbery the better. So
if you take my advice why, now'slbe
time to see old. McAndrew. Y'ou see.
Miss I'ointarre, I've got the cinch on
She stood still for awhile.' "I'll see
old man McAndrew." ehe cried sud
denly. "I'll lead. It's near enough
.Jlfietumed. after. fcer. anc
1 1 Jf
"Without arousing McAndrew's sus
picions. Joe satisfied the girl as to his
Before dark she met tis again.
"There r she fnid. thrustimr a packet
into Joe's hand. "But look out for
yourself! Atterson isn't the only man
who'd break the law for love of me.
Think of that at night in the lonely
I saw her sharp white teeth grind
together as the words came from be
"My!" ejaculated November, looking
after her receding figure, "she's a Lad
ioser, ain't she, Mr. Quaritch?"
We went back into Quebec and Joe
made over to the bank the amount of
their loss as soon as Harris, the man
ager, agreed (rather against his will)
that no questions should be asked nor
The same evening I. not being under
the same embargo regarding questions.
Inquired from Joe how in the world
the fair Fhedre covered her tracks
from the canoe to where Atterson was
"That was simple for an active girl.
She .walked ashore along the paddle,
and after her return to the canoe threw
water upon the mark it made in the
mud. Didn't you notice how faint it
"F.ut when she got on shore how
did she hide her trail then?"
"It's not a new trie!;. She took a
couple of short logs with her in the
canoe. Vir-1 she'd put one down and
step oi.to it. then she'd put the other
one farther up and step onto that.
Next she'd lift the one behind, and so
on. Why did she do that? Well. 1
reckon she thought the trick good
enough to blind Atterson. if he'd
found a woman's tracks after being
robbed he'd have suspected."
"I'.ut you said before we left Atter
son's camp that whoever rubbed him
was iniib'ie height, a 'light weight and
had black hair."
"Well, hadn't she? Fight v.eiaht be
cause the v. a--n't un: h drove into
t!:: ground, not tail sin e the marks of
them was so close toirciher."'
"F.ut the blac k hair?"
Joe laughed. "That was the surest
thing of the h t and put me wise to it
and Fhedre at the start. Twisted v.
in the brickie of the pack s!i- gave
Atter-on I !'c'.::id several strand:-, ol
splendid bho-k hair. She must 'a"
caiv-hf her hair in tin. br.'kies while
at Fed river
that the person who ro! bed Atterson
was not mote than t venty-t"ve years
"V.'eil. the hair prod d it was a won;
an. and wi:::t but being in lovr with
her face would make a slap up bank
clerk like Alters;. u Lave any truck with
a settler's girl? And them kind are
early ripe and go e:'f their looks at
twenty-live. I guess, Mr. Quaritch, her
age was a pretty safe shot.
(To He Continued.)
Make Your Wants Know.1)
AOvertifuncr.'iS under tl.is bei.illnj
!ve cents t line esic-h iasertiT.
3,i woics will IO counted us u ore
ami r. ru! ctrt lcrrient taken for les:
than ten cents.
FOR SALE 20 tons of good prairie
hay. T. II. Follock. Tel 21o.
FOR SALE Splendid improved 1G0
acre farm near Platte mouth. Trice
and terms right. CrJl for particu
lars. T. II. Foliock Tel. 2lo.
FOR SALE Seven-year-old mare,
weight over 1,500 pounds. Also 30
head of spring shoats. C. E. Bab
bitt, Plattsrnouth, Neb.
FOR SALE A good dray wagon,
cheap for cash. T. II. Pollock. Tel.
FOR RENT T-room house i.nd .
acres. Barn and chick.,n coo;). Xea;
city bour.uary. A smp f-r chicken
ranch. App'y at Electric Shoe
Store, South Gth street.
STRAY boar taken up at riy place.
Black with white spots. Loui.
YVe are in the market to buy your
cream every day in the year. Highest
prices at all limes. Zuckweiler &z
TAKEN UP Black Ho!?tein heifer.
Owner may have same by caliing at
my place and paying for this ad
vertisement. Wni. Wehrbein.
Registered Jersey Bull
for service. C. E. Babbitt, Piatts
IfiO-Acre Farm for Sale.
I'io acres, one and or.e-hnlf miks
west of MurVay; 12 acres in alfalfa;
12 acres in clover; 7 acres in wild
hay: 0 acres fall plowed. Good run
ning water; all c;n be farmed. For
particulars, call or write,
II. C. LONG, Murray, Neb.
160 Acres in Western Kansas.
I will tra'l? for acreage or town
property. What have you, owner?
A. L. Bolin, Papillicn, Neb.
Wall Paper. Gerin,; S: Co. Phone
j From Friday's Daily.
j C. II. Fuller departed this morning
I for South Omaha, where he will at
tend to some business matters for
John McNuriln returned home this
morning from Cullom, where h'e has
been for several days past visiting
with relatives near that place.
Dr. J. II. Kail drove in this after
noon from his farm home near Mur
ray to spend a few hours here looking
after some business matters with the
H. C. Van Horn was among the
passengers this morning on the early
Burlington train for Omaha, where
he goes to look after his property in
terests in that city for a thort time.
Mrs. John Wiles accompanied her
sk.ler, Mrs. Robert Knight, of Mal
vern, Iowa, home last evening and
wiii enjoy several days' visit there.
.'L'j. Knight has been here for the
4g;st few dnys.
Frederick O. Schlici.temeier, F.
i-'iunk Schlichtcmeier, William Sch
ichtemeier and Mrs. Minerva J. Tuck
jr came in yesterday from their home
near Nehawka to look after some mat
ters with the merchants.
Mrs. Charles Peacock departed last
evening on No. 2 for New Bioomfie'd,
Missouri, where she will spend a short
time with relatives, and on her return
aip home will stop at Higginsvilk,
Missouri, for a few days' visit.
George II. Tams was among those
cing to Omaha this afternoon, where
:ie will turn over to Yal J. Peter o:
he German relief committee the
funds raised here by the Germans for
.he aid of the suffering in the Father
land. Geoige llild of Pekin, Illinois, who
has been here for some time visitinj;
.hrough the county with relatives an:!
.n this city with M. Ilild and family,
ieparted last evening1 for his home
.n the east. Adam Ilild, an uncle,
came in from his farm r.ear Mynaid
to bid George farewell.
George Reynolds, one of the pros
perous farm2rs residing south of thi ;
'iiy. came in this morning from his
home and was among the passengers
n the early Burlington train for
Omaha, where he will visit for the
Jay looking after seme matters on ths
stock exchange at South Omaha.
From Tuesday's l aily.
Tom Svoboda wa.; a visitor in Pa
jific Junction for a few hours today,
.oing to that city on No. 24.
Roy D. Stine and wife were among
.he passengers this morning for
Omaha, where they will visit for a
,'nort time with frieinis and relatives.
Attorney Francis A. Brogan of
Dnaha came down this morning over
-..: Burlington to look after some
.natters of business in the district
John Bergman, one of the promin
ent farmers of near Mynard, was
hei e today for a few hours looking
after some matters of business with
Auam Sachtgen of Benton county,
Arkansas, who has been here for a
short visit at the home of Henry Ofe
and family, departed yesterday after
noon for his home in the south.
Albert Wetenkamp. one of the pros
perous farmers frcm the vicinity of
Mynard, was here yesterday after
toon for a few hours looking after
'oir.e matters of business in. this city.
Mrs. Hiram Chase of Pender, Neb.,
who has been here a? a guest at the
iiomc of her cousin, Mrs. C. E. Bab
bitt, for the past few days, departed
Litis afternoon for her home.
Mrs. T. II. Tollock departed this
morning on the early Burlington train
for Omaha, where she will visit for a
few hours with friends and in attend
ing to some matters of business.
Ed Egenborger, wife and little son
were among the passengers thi?
morning on the eaily Burlington train
for Omaha, where they will visit for
the day looking after some matters of
From "Wednesday's Paity.
Walter Wunuerlich of Nehawka is
in the city today visiting with rela
tives and friends for a short time.
F. J. Rhoden of near Murray was in
tit3 city today for a few hours attend
ing to some matters of business with
th a merchants.
Charles Gerlaeh of Ma nicy came in
this afternoon on No. 24 to spend a
iliort time here looking after some
tuattors of business.
E. E. Taylor of Weeping Water
came over yesterday afternoon to
look after some matters of business
at the court house.
Mrs. Arthur Baker of Murray de
parted this morning on the early Bur
lington train for Omaha, where she
will visit for the day looking after
some matters of business.
A. L. Thuker. one of the young
fanners of near Union, who has been
here visiting his sister in this city,
was a passenger this morning for
Omaha to spend the day.
P. J. Vallery, wife and daughter,
i Miss Lottie, were among the pas
sengers this morning on No. 15 for
Omaha, where thty were called on
some matters of importance.
Ernest Mutschullat of Page, Neb.,
a former Plattsrnouth young man, is
here on a short visit with relatives
and friends, arriving yesterday, and
will remain here a few days.
Theodore Rager of Murdock, and
his brother of Gordon, Neb., and his
brother-in-law, Calvin J. Leis, of
Ilemingford, Neb., were attending to
some important business matters in
this city yesterday.
Joseph Svela, a former resident of
this city, but now located near Mil
ligan, Neb., where he is farming, and
who, in company with his son, has
been visiting with old friends in this
city, departed this morning for his
From Thursday's Iaily.
Miss Daisy Perry was among those
going to Omaha this morning, where
sha will visit for the day with friends.
Thomas Sullivan of Omaha, who
has been visiting at the John Fight
home for a short time, departed this
morning for the metropolis to resume
his duties there.
James Gilmour of Ulysses, Neb., ar
rived in this city yesterday at noon
for a visit with relatives and friends
in this vicinity. He was a pleasant
caller at this office.
Glen Edwards departed this morn
ing for Rock Bluffs, where he expects
to assist Joe Wheeler on the farm in
a number of agricultural experiments
which Mr. Edwards is adept in.
Misses Pauline and Fay Oldham of
Murray were in the city today for a
few hours visiting with friends, and
while here were callers at the Jour
nal office for a short visit.
County Commissioner C. E. Heeb
ner returned this morning from Oma
ha, where he has been attending the
meeting of the county commissioners
and clerks being held in that city this
County Clerk F. J. Libershal re
turned h':n:e this morning from Oma
ha, where h? has ben in attendance at
the meeting of the county commis
sioners and clerks' association that
was held there this week.
Edward Oliver, jr., of Rock Springs,
Wyoming, who has been here for the
past few days visiting with relatives
in this city and vicinity, was among
those going to Omaha this morning to
take in the sights of Nebraska's me
tropolis. G. F. Gruber of Denver, Colorado,
who for the past few moiiths has been
in Tiorida looking after some busi
ness matters, arrived in the city this
mottling ar.d will spend the day here
with his uncle, Lig B. Brown, before
resuming his journey to his home in
the west. While here Mr. Gruber. in
company with Mr. Brown, called at
the Journal office.
From Thursday's Iaily.
Good Reads Project.
In traveling from town west on the
Louiville read it is noticeable that
gieat improvement has been made on
the hills adjoining town. This im
provement is for all time to come, and
the wonder is why it was not done
years ago; and why not continue in
the good work ? If the farmers in a
certain district would all do a little
donation work on the read they are
using 35 days in the year, soon a
better road would be had. With our
present road overseers instructing a
few men and teams could in a very
r.hort while cut down the hills and
transtnr the dirt to a fill in the low
places, making a much more level
road. To be sure you will find some
that will not donate labor of this kind,
without being well paid. But just the
same they like to travel on good
They will not exert a muscle
To help the caure along.
But you'll find them very willing
In hauling off their corn,
To fill their wagons full,
With extra sideboards, too.
Their horses draw it easy,
Because the hills are leveled down.
They are early home to supper,
The evening chores all done;
They smoke their pine "contented"
At what ethers folks have done.
One Who Will Donate Work.
LOST Between the Burlington sta
tion and the W. C. Tippens home,
an Eastern Star pin. Finder please
leave same at this office and re
ceive suitable reward. 12-10-tfd
Sell your property by an ad in The
CASTOR I A
Fof Infauts and Children.
Tfes Kind Yoa Kaye Always Bcsght
The undersigned will sell at Pubilc
Auction at my father's place, two
and one-half miles northwest of Ne
hawka, three and one-half west and
four and one-half south of Murray,
commencing at 11 o'clock a. m. on
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1911,
the following described property, to
wit: Six Head cf Horses.
Consisting of: 1 blue roan horse
V years old, weight 1.400.
1 bay mare, smooth mouth, weight
1 bay blind mare, smooth mouth,
1 bay mare 7 years old, weight
1 blue roan mare (j years old,
weight 1,100, and one sucking colt.
12 head of Shoats and 2 good
1 Henry top buggy, nearly new.
3 Newton wagons, 3J4-inch.
1 steel low wagon.
2 hay racks,
1 bob sled.
1 Sterling hay rake.
McCormick mower, 5-fot cut.
2 Avery cultivators.
Janesville Budlong disc
Janesville planter, nearly new.
Janesville walking plow, 10-inch.
J. I. Case gang, 12-inch.
Deere Riding lister, 14-inch.
McCormick binder, 7-foot cut, near
Deering binder, 0-foot cut.
Blacksmith blower, anvil and vice,
corn elevator, jack.
Joliet S horse power Keystone 4
Emerson 1 horse power gas en
gine. Stickney pump jack.
Swinging frame buzz saw, disc
sharpener, sickle grinder. emery
stand, poiishirc wheel, grind stone.
Cable stacking outfit.
8-barrel steel watering tank.
2 sets of l,4-inch harness.
Set of driving harness.
About 300 bushels of oat?;, and
other arti.Je5 too numerous to men
tion. LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS.
TERMS OF SALE:
On sums over ?10 a credit of 8
months will be given, purchaser giv
ing bankable note drawing 8 per cent
inteiest. Sums under S10, cash. Noth
ing to be removed until settled for.
H. A. SCHWARTZ.
D. C. WEST, Clerk.
WM. DUNN, Auctioneer.
The undersigned will sell at Public
Auction at his place, four and a half
milts west and one mile south of
Murray, four and a half miles north
and one mile west of Nehawka, two
miles north and six miles east of
Weeping Water, and cne mile south
any one mile west of the old Fulton
THURSDAY DECEMBER 17, 1911,
the following described property, to
wit: Nine Head of Horses.
One span sorrel mares, with foal,
smooth mouth, weight 2,400.
One driving team mares, six and
four years old, weight 2,000.
Two yearling mare colts.
Two suckling colts, one mare, one
One two-year-old gelding, weight
Fourteen Ilec.d of Cattle.
One roan cow, eight years old, fresh
On red cow, five years old, fresh.
One black cow, 4 years old, giving
Two yearling heifers.
One bull calf, four months old.
One spotted cow, five years old,
fresh January 27th.
One Holstein cow, seven years old,
One Jersey cow, five years old,
One red cow, seven years old, fresh.
Two spring heifers.
One yearling bull.
One bull calf, six weeks old.
One thoroughbred Chester White
One Duroc -Jersey boar.
Farm I molt me p. Is.
One 7-foct MeCormkk binder.
One 5-foot McCcrmick mower.
Four farm watror;, one nearly new.
One Peru lo-inch sulky plow.
One YanBrunt 12-hole press drill.
One Peru riding lister.
One Yeiie top buggy.
One 10-ineh walking plow.
One set burgy harness:.
One hay rack and truck.
Cne Kazoo sleigh gear.
Ore U. S. cream separator.
25 or 30 bushels of potatoes.
One Deere 4-wheel lister, nearly
One Moline riding cultivator.
One Jenny Lind cultivator.
One two-row Badger cultivator.
Two float drills, P. A: O. and Roek
One 3-seciion harrow.
One Sterling disc.
Eiiison Phonograph and SI record.-',
30 2-minute and 4S 4-minute.
And other articles too numerous to
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums of S10 and under, ca-h iu
hand. On sums over 10. a credit of
six months will be given, punlm-cr
giving note with approved security.
All property must be settled for be
fore being removed.
Sale Commences at 10 O'clock Sharp.
LUNCH SERYED AT NOON.
I am moving to my new home i i
Minnesota, and every artic le on th i -
bill will be sold to the h"r.,he.-i bid
der. No by-bidding.
It. C. BAILEY. Owner.
WM. Dunn, Auctioneer.
W. G. BOEDEKER, Clerk.
CHECKS CROUP INSTANTLY.
You know croup is danu'eron -. An I
you oueht to know, too, the sen.--e of
security that comes from having
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound in
the house. It cuts the thick mt'-u ;
and clears away the phlegm, stop
the strangling cough an 1 give- e. y
breathing and quiet nleen. Every
user is a fnend. For sale by all
l.lMi I. MlTM'i:.
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to a riL. i.1 of 1 on rl i s v atnl I oTin -1 e.ol
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said (le.-e; soil, as luovideil ! i,,v
A liejii'me; wi I le liail i..ot, -...i:
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ALLiJN .1. I'.i:.:.s N.
j.'iiin :i. .i:v;.
Attorney lor l'etitiorier.
K TIIK I MMIM llllllto MI ll.-
ii a 1: i:n. I)i:i'i;mum v
'oll ami cacli of ymi ate m .
i!oti::-.i! that on the .."im .!a v of V..
veliiher. 1M14, John S 1 .1 . 1 - -1 .. 11 I
lis petition in tin' I is'rei o;;. ..f
Cass County. Xehruska. a.;.i nt v . . i .
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heirm to 1; 11 if t tltio in saet .lol 1. s..
l.i v 1 11.-1 on in ami to t,.at pa rt of 1
southeast niiaiti 1 iSll ', '( ;
lililv-ll Ii-f 1 j:: 1. m Towns !
I v e 1 vt' 1 K 1 North of f : ; 1 v - t 1 . 1 ' t . 1
i:ast of the lllli I'lin. ! p.. i .M-ii.tan.
ill Cass eoiiiite, N'ehia l.a, ho tee-. I ami
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th.' mntl.vvest e..rmr ul I:, son! :
iinarter .-' 1 '. ol sai.l . . I on !
t-tl.iee i:::i ami rimtiim; tieme
SOiltll -iul t. I Mil ton-,, theme .il L
lift -to I ."1.' to. Is. them e I; Th -1:;'. t
1 ski roils, ami them.- we-t til! to
I at.' I toils to plaee of h. 1, .n. ill' 1
to forever l ar ainl ei hi.e- oii a 1 1
liu'li of yon fiom (!. liniiiu an-, in
teres! or eslate ol an. :.a lute mi (.
.---it i 1 1 lamls, or anv pa 1 t ih"i."l '10.,.
ami Chi Ii of ' on mi.' r.-'ioii'i '1 to iin- v. i 1
sanl 1 1 ', i I i"ii on or hit oe th. lltn .l.i y
of Ja 11 uat , 1 : 1 "
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Vy MuKsJlAN &i MA.WVitl.l.,
lils Attni'ti,- -
U-.- iw k -
In the County Court of the County of
NOTICE TO CUEDITOKS.
In Re-Estate of Hannah Sechriit, I.
ceased. You are hereby notified that le fir
ings upon all claims uirain.-t 'ml
estate will be had at the oflice .f the
County Judge, Cour; House, I'iatt -mouth,
Cass County, Nebraska, on
December 1". A. I). I'M 4, an 1 on Junci
1", A. D. Hi."), at nine o'clock a. m.
on each of said days, un 1 that ait
claims not filed before said hour on
said last day of hearing will be for
ever barred. By the Court.
ALLEN J. DEESON,
RAWLS & ROBERTSON',
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