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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLf JOURNAL
TaURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1913.
IS UNDER WAY
Sofcns Wi I Adjourn as Socn
Alter THal es Possible.
WORK ON APPROPRIATION BILLS
Report of Finance Committee Not
Wholly Satisfactory to State Offi-'
cials Do Net Favor Economy at
Expense of Efficiency.
Lincoln A movement to wind tip
the affairs e.f the legislature within
t:ty days promised by the majority
party members after election, an I
licp. they assembled here before
to.vtiiinc. is now under way. I .fad
er s ci' Loih houses are going to make
ev civ efioit to keep tr.eir word.
If this re-s.dts :n a defeat as far &i
the sixty-day movement is concerned
it will nit an that an adjournment will
be ia!.-r. as scon alter that as pos
sib!'. Those who estimate the cni
or th- s.-i ic.ii say that it will be or.
i:."t nwe than the sixty fifth day,
which would I.; a big grain over pic
vlons stsfi o:.s icr a number of years
1:1 1- i'.St.
Nipht sessions are being held by thfe
lo at the rat1 of two a week. That
1 s r-or.!-. Teen the day work of
both ho'Tsc-s has resulted in action on
E or- iiil s. ilny for day compared with
K.-t se.-i!ii. That also he Ips some.
Ii-th majority and minority parties
lae Joined fencs to help matters
a'.onc so u is possible that neither one
or th c hfr wo il l tahe all the credit
lor do.r.j; sa.
Work on the big appropriation bills
tr.s he n stnr'ed and it is easy to ser
that there wi',1 be nothing that goes
p:v-t the house that is not acquiesce!
in by the majority of the members.
That h:is not always been true in the
last. Then appropriation bills wore
considered exceedingly dry subject;
ai d frequently some cf the enormous
hems contained therein were sub
j. (t"d to less scrutiny than some of
the unimportant bills that did not per
tain to appropriations. This se?sion
th- nembi rs will keep their weather
ces open every minute the bills are
b ere thfia for discussion.
The report of the finance committee
was rot wholly satisfactory, not even
to sot: of the state officials who
while as candidates made a strong
c;; mpniirn tcr economy and efficiency
Inridentn!ly faat brings up in the
minds of many of the lawmakers and
o! a number of the state officials and
For-ie of the outsiders the question of
"What is economy?" and Ts it eco
rontirr.l o cut salaries and depart
mental expenses if by so corns the
efficiency of the departments thus
is ii.ipaire '.?' Members of the legis
lature, n.o.-t of them, are answering
this with an emphatic "No."
The numbers cf the finance com
mittee which reported out the bill say
thy nre glad thru the measures have
cause-1 ch'scussion. It means, accord
ing to them, that there will be more
cue witi; the apprepi iatk ns than at
r.nv time in the past. It means that
then v.:!! be no carelessness dis
played rr.d no fr.attention to business
of tt e .-cta;e when the money is being
The riaii?r-r hill, which the gov
ernor wai lacking and which he
rea'ly hrousht into being through rec
o:v.mcndat5ers in lis message, has
diel and will never be resurrected.
Tl ni asuie provided for control of
ail lo-al puhlic utilities by the state
railway commission. It was a meas
ure hard 1 '.ght by the Democrats of
the Kt 7 scF-s:-n and is diametrically
opposed to seme of the principles that
have guided the party in this state for
th pist score or mrire of years. The
1 '::: e ineir.hers fiank'y stated after
they heard the e: oniraendaticns of
the erecutivc that he must have got
t:n off on the w-ong fot and that
nrder nr conclitions woi:ld the-y on
(Vavor to help him pet through such
a measure. His position in this re
fp t was something unusual even
when n ensured up to the actions of
President Wiiscn in forcing legislation
through concress. Th-- n'-esident
cricked the pirty whip ht"' pade the
m'rnhers cotne in. The rnor did
1 ir attempt to do that. When the
t:- m -
t ' ' y !.: J a : i-ht t: do he dropped the
1- -tier and did not give out a single
? r.-t'-mer.f of any kind frcm the exe
c . ::vp c .Tee nor did he counsel with
th house icaders and attempt to get
n jiarty ring around the effort. This,
pecording to some of the house lead
cro. is ihe only thing that saved a
f cht as they would not have submitted
t dictation regarding the bill.
School legislation Is still hanging
th.- bachsround. The members of
tV-- state school law revision commis
r on have not despaired of getting
ti rough some of the needed measures
p oro-ed by them in the report is
s ;od a st December. They are bound
to be disappointed In some of their
t : r.ts. according to house members,
r. -il will likely have no chance to de-!:-.!
themselves, as the work will
c .:-e nt a time when the members
c rot ro into matters as thoroughly
t' -.- wou'd otherwise.
T ! - '.-'n sci'col code hill, a mam
r r.fi ; fTair cf 1C7 pages, will likely
1 r le read in full in either the
r -rte or boas". That is the predie
f -v- 0- -r v of the members of both
laZ c. It Is Lclieved by the house
Ci'mmitte? cn education that school
i.:.a.is are in tainy j.-ood snape nov J
r.iid that many of the re co.mr.e'ad.v
t.c;- made by tee cor.irniss.on could
we. I over a ce iple ci yt.us tor pe-
:e o: tLe st-.te to study u.eni and
.-ttitain wheiher tr hot iht-- real.y
.want suih rt. vonuncndaiioas exacted
11:10 iaw. it i. .at is Uv,ne it v.in m-van
thai sihojl nic a and women will brusii
u; an L..r p:oi osed char.s dnr.ag the
coning two veais and that iheie will
lii.e:y tits many neighborhood meetings
LfUVftn i.ovv and t:.cn at which the
matter wili be given discuss. tu by
icr.ool putters. This will Le true, it
is said, both in the cojntry and the
city. The tormer is the most tLoio.i&n
if the bills which has Letn introduced
tad n is lihe.y that ir.c ta:.s tliere
but tLt several meetings wiil be held.
Members cf the state tax commis
sion are apt to see quite as many of
their ideas go into the discard whlcli
weie given 1 roaiicenc e by them dar
ing ti:e two year period cf iuve.stiga
tien and the subsequent writii. and
tiling of their repoit.. The members
of this body ni: de a thorough study of
taxation in this and other states fcr
two years and came back with a num
ber of ideas which they believed wci-d
be of assistance in rounding o u the
tax troubles of Nebraska. One- such
change contemplated a state tax com
mission, which would tend tc.waid a
centralized control of assessment mat
te i s ar.d which w ould mike stronger
the pitifully weak administrative Side
under the present law. This change,
however, is Le.ng trowned upon u
the numbers of the ltji i.-iat -ire : nd it
is, eio atiul it the measure will jjit out
of the- e ommitu e.
Anothe r change had to do with the
I'lTliman cicei i::g car comiany. it is
not thought that that company has
lo.iiae its relative share of taxes for
many years and it was suggested by
the tax commission that some me:h ;d
should be adopted for raising the sr.nt.
Had the amendment carried last J all
it would have settled the matter ar.d a
gross en.ning tax eo.:ld have be. n
made operative. i:ut as it is tr.ai can
rot be dore under the present con
stitution. The Kichmcnd inn. signea
by all the members of the taxation
committee of the icver hoi: sc. will
likely be reported out of that body
within a few days and will then cjaie
before the house for aetion. It will
then be shewn whether or not the
company will escape.
Members of the national guard
view with alarm the apparent apathy
of the legislature with regnd to their
work. The lact that the men have
been going cut of their way. from Gen
eral 1. !.. Hall down, during the lat
two years to make the guard a suc
cessful body, has been lost siht f.f.
according to some of the members,
and they regret exceedingly that such
a condition of afairs should now ex
ist. They say thai t'rey will mak
an attempt to help the legislators see
things in the right light.
The cut comes ju..t now with ill
grare. according to General Hall, be
cause of the insistence of President
Wilson ar.d his war advisory board
that 4ci) men le cnusted in the cit
izen so'eiiery of the state instead o!
the l.C'O ro waccredited by the na
t;onal guard heads. Statements is
sued by General Hall early in the
week ask Governor Morehead to cti:
upon the people of the state to so.'
this affair in the right light and t j
realize that of all forms of prepara
tion for war the national guard is
by far the least expensive.
The reduction is not thought to
a result of the agitaticn for complete
disarmament, but is on'y traved to
the economy talk given smh atten
tion in the late campaign. The mem
bers -of the house finance committee
which reported a decrease of $3 t 0
in the operating expenses of the guard
for the coming biennium figured that
inasmuch as the guard hrd not be'n
utilized to any great extent in the jast
four years that is as a whole it
likeb' would not need to come in for
its share of attention during the com
ing two years; The cut was made
therefore without much argument.
Dry and wet talk as regards the
liquor question is at a premium in the
legislature. There is none cf it go
ing in, even though several of the
temperance workers have been a
cused by the other side of raising th"
question solely for political purposes.
The disposition of the members of the
senate is to do nothing that will be
unfair to either side and the house
appears to have firmly acquiesced in
that stand. The fact that the Gates
bill a'low'ng sa'oons to operate at
Fort Crook was pass.ed by the senate
and then hilled in the house has not
caused much discussion. The mens
lire was view-ed by the senate as ore
giving to the people of Fort Crook
just the same rights that
are po- j
sessed by other towns and villages of
the state. The fact that the house
committee on cities and towns killed
the measure was taken as an indica
tion that that body feared passage
of the measure would be misinter
preted. Solicitation of country youths and
city young folks to attend busine-s
colleges will be under direction of
the state superintendent's office, if
the Sandall bill reported out of a sen
ate standing committee survives the
session. The plan of the senator fio:n
York Is to put the operations of snch,
colleges on the highest possible plane.
fo that reliable schools will not he
subjected to the censure passed on
The Omaha lighting bill, which
caused a scrap of some dimensions
on the outside of the senate, is now
in the house. It passed the upper
body by tie Tote of 24 to 8.
LEOKARD A. VOOD.
M jir G3neral D nhs
Backing Plans tJ rrrm
GENERAL WOOD HOT
IN AMERICAN LEGION
Says h'e Has No Official Con
nexion With f'cvi
V.'ashington. March 4. Major Gen
eral Wood, commanding the Ma-tern
derartment of the army, in a le'le:
to Brigadier General Hugh I Scott,
chief of staff of the army,
denies that in his department has he
had any official connection with the
American legion movement to raise re
servists. He said he had learned thai
Theodore Roosevelt, former Sere
taries of War Wr ght. Stimson and
Dickinson and ethers had been ashed
to join the movement and that he be
lieved some of them had joined.
With General Scott's permission.
Secretary Garrison made public the
following extracts from Gencrrj
"No one at these headquart rs ha.
had anv official connection with th
My connection is
limited wholly to an interview two or
three weeks ago with two gentlemen
who were founders of the movement
one a former officer of velum eers in
the army and the other an elitor of
one of the Ridgeway magazines. Theii
idea was to Miild up throughout the
country a li.-t of men who had quali
f cations or training to make them use
ful in a military way in cae a reserve
should ever be established under leg
islative enactment, which would
make a reserve possible, or in esse a
reserve should rot be established, to
have a list which in case of necessity
wou'd be useful to the government, as
:t would give the addresses, names
pnd qualifications of a large number
"I have no doubt some effort will
be made to twist this into a political
move, but I don't believe there is even
a time of politics connected with it
certnin'y no indication of such a tend
ency has reach el me hre."
FEDS SEE WAR RENEWED
Say Jumping Eack cf Players Presages
Mere Hostilities In Baseball.
Chicago. March 4. Federal league
officials, discussing the reported sign
ing by the New York Natienals of
F. Ferritt, former St. .ouis pitcher,
snid the case, following upon the Aus
tin, Wingo. Johnson and other inci
dents of a like nature, presaged a gen
eral renewal of the basr-ball war. Fer
ritt some time ago announced that he
bed signe d a Federal league contract.
"The Federal league his a war fund
of ;iro.i"!M." said Charle? Weeghman.
presid- nt cf the Chicago Federals. "It
was to be used originally for emer
gency. That emergency seems to be
Acquitted of Stesliing Submarine,
nomr, March 4. Ancelo Fei'oni. the
fermer naval lieutenant, has been ac
quitted on the charge of stealing and
taking to Corsica a Fiat submarine,
but has been committed for trial on
the charge of evading the prohibition
against the exportation of war craft.
Wsrsaw Bombarded by Teuton Airmen
Wsrsaw. March 4. A Germin nvi-
atQr kOIUi.ar(ietj Warsaw. Most of the
bemhs fe'l in the residential districts.
Many windows were shattered, but
there were no casualties.
New York, March 4. Tonko T..
Milic, described as the vice president
of a Peruvian rubber corporation, and
Gustav Walcleck were arrestee! here nn
tne cnarge of conspiracy to smuggle
cocaine opuim in large quantities
"roiii Germcny and Austria. They were
placed rndcr bonds of $5,000 each by
a United States commissioner. Agents
of the treasury department alleged
that they hr'd found in Milic's apair.
ments in Riverside drive papers re
vealing the complicity of the pair in
1 widesD.ead plot.
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Former German u.;'n:sier
Said to Ea Aciing as
LEAVES FOP, UTAH
Goes fo Ksp!i3!3 Wilh Rens
Washington, March 4. P,rlg::diei
General Scott, chief of staff of the
army, left here for L'tah to f.ttf-mpt a
peaceful settlement with the recaieit
rant Piute Indians.
General Scott has a long record no.
only as an Indian lighter, but a l-o is
a mediator among the Indians, whose
dialects he speaks and whose habits
he knows thoroughly. War dejiurc
mei.t officials say he has more inf. j
ence with the Indians of the west
than any other white man. Abeut a
year ago he brought the recalcitrant
Navajos into camp without blood.-hed.
Alter conferences between oTieia'
of the war department, the depart
ment of justice and the interior de
partment, it was decided to ask Gen
eral Se-ott to see if he could net brine
the r negade l and of Piutes in to giv
up their leader, who is charged w h
Keports from Rluff county, in Ftah.
where the band is intrenched, say tl.o
roads are very bad and the country
is covered with deep snow. It may
tribe General Seoit and his 1 crty tlrce
days to reach the Indians after th?y
lenve the railroad.
BALTIC SAILS FOIS LIVc RPGCL
Leaves New York With 1S.CC0 Tors
of War Goods.
New Y'ork, March 4. The steam
ship Paltic, carrying lS.Ooy tons of
war supplies, steamed from this port
for Liverpool. Its commamler, Can
tain J. B. Ranson, aaid that as iar as:
he was concerned "he would fly the
liritish flag from America to hell,'
notwithstanding German submarines.
It was said that the Baltic carried
in its holds merchandise and food
stuffs sufficient to fill l.Z : freight
cars. On its decks were iashed forty
semi-armcred automobile trucks,
which were consigned to the FIj itisli
government for use. it was said, by
English troons in France.
Austrian Warships Eombard Antivari.
London, March 4. Austrian war
ships have been bombarding Antivari.
the seaport of Montenegro. They in
flirted considerable damage. The
message, which comes from CettinjV,
reads as follows: '-Five Austrian war
shijs ent.-red the poit of Antivari are!
bombarded the town and per. They
desi royed a quantity of valuable
stores, sunk the? royal yacht, which
was at anchor, and l.iileJ one civilian "
Mtthcciist Co-eds to Pisy Easebal'.
Chicago, March 4. Co-eds at North
western university are to pTav baso
haU this spring for the first time in
the history of the institution. It was
announced that the games will be sev
en innings in length, but that the tru
pire may "call"' them any time she
ELLESi TO AID
MINERS IN GOLOilAOO
New York, March 4. Assistance by
the Rockefeller Foundation may oe
given to Colorado miners rr.d their
families who are in distress as a
result of recent m'ning troubles in
that state if civic and other cutlio'i
ties are unable to cope with the nceJ
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., indicated in
a telegram sent to President-Radford
of the chamber of commerce of Trin:
dad, Colo. Mr. Rockefeller's telcgrnm
was sent in response to one receive-.l
flora Radford arpesllng to him for red
Mir. Rockefeller in his teVgrarn said
that so far as former employees of
the Co'oirdo Fuel and Iron courr.r.v
and their fami'ies are cnr.ccrneJ- th.e
efT cers of the company have expres-ed
the hope that the company would to
able to provide such relief as is nee-psstrv.
LIVE STOCK PRICES
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Ail Gafile Sell Hiisr on a
H93S DULL, UNEVENLY LOWER
Most of Lambs Steady tc nCt5c
Lower No Change In Ac;d Sr.eep.
Feeders Very Active and Strong.
Fnion StocI; Yards. South Omaha
March 4 Another to e rahly iilittn:
tun of cafe ainved ve.-teiriav. so.u.e
4.3"n lieaJ. Fat cattle showed further
improvement jestt-uday and prn-es av
erased fully a dime higher than Tues
day, or all of 1jO-"'C higher than Mon
day. Demand ficra all UteseJ beet
men was active and there was also
some inquiry lor shipping account
Business in cows and heifers was live
li'-r than it has heen for several cays
and prices showed fully as much ad
Mine- as Pir If of steers. Veal calves
cC'i'tii.iie in U'lue request and fuHy
ste. .!-. ar.d there was a netter outlet
-r.ii a somewhat Mronaer market tor
ri:.ls. stags, etc. Pe;tli yard traders
unci cevntry bttyers w, re out in the
;.tds early looking fot supniies and
tin- market lor stockcrs and leeders
was active and unevenly stronger ah
arocnel As econt.-sred with a week ago
s loolc tli.K
:.T: 3."c higher and
: 1 ill" prc-sfr.t writing the demand is
ce --i -'er. il.lv in excess of the receipts
Cattle quoMuions: Good to choice
i.e, e $7 7." ; i 'J..: fair to good
beeves. $7 2." 1 7 7.". ; common to fair
b.ee. 5. S'l 5'Ti 7 1."). good to choice
l;. :!t rs. $i 2" r 7 e; good to choic e
cons. S", Su 'n C m' ; fair to cood cows.
J". 2" r ." 7.") ; cr.nncrs end cutters. $4 'Hi
re." en, veal calves. $7 ( 0 10 00; bulls,
st.is rlr.. ? I 7r.,T; 2.") : good to choice;
lee-Jers. $7 20'r 7 t'.'"; fair to good fe ed
e rs. M',(al 1-".; common lo fair feetl
er? $f,.t oi i' SO. stock lieifois. $o7oT
t, 7"; stnek cows. $.1 (itKfr ii.Z't; stock
calves. ?" ; is eo
About jR.ncij hois arrived yesterdiy
The market was vry dull, with nv;t
weak lo "c lower whih;
the late ones we re " fr 1 be low Tues
day's i..arl-c-t P.ulk sold at ;:;iu;?
s-'': and tops re-;-.ohed $' "0
She p :md l.inili ii ii;.fs toiated 17.
COM b -ad The Tiurrket opetu'd at
li' ti? i.iiees IV.-t Inter trade was s'ow
:ir ! juices sti adv to l'rxl.".r- lovo-i
than Tufsdcv o: Iambs and Hboui
-t. :,dv ' a'ed sheep Some Uimbs
!: I up to '.'.'. wl'cb is th ret-cjrd
siti M iv. Il'12 T!' bulk ff tbe
hn,i,3 wen' fit ?0 LTiC; f "' Sc-vfn!
"'r;!N of ewes sold early at $7 4'
There v.rr" I'O wr-tlicrs or yeariinus t
-if"k- '-f Ke-t.U..t5 were fiftive adil
strong. rm lambs go ng to a P-eder
rmver at ?c '
C'-'o! at ions on sheen nrd Imhs
T.an.bs. M'-xie-an ?0 li ft '; himb.
fe'i westerns, oiiifj 0 ru: lambs,
sh'-nring. $x OOTiS .".1; yc-nrlings. I'ph .
$: r,:i'?t c 7.": vearlings. he-ivv. Ss iTi
y. ', i . wethers, god to choir-" 57 "lOf?
7 7T.; wethe rs Tair to good. $7 L'a'-r.
7."0; evvt-s, cood to elo;ee S7 1 Tt 7 40;
ewes, fair to j.'0 S7 " -iflt 7 15.
Itch! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more j'ou scratch, the
worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment.
For eczema, any skin itching-. 50c a
Henry Hirz, jr., was among: the
business visitors in Omaha yesterday
fcr a few hours looking- after some
n atters of business in that city.
31. Trilsch. refi acting optician, at
Gering & Co.'s Wednesday and Sat
irday evenings. Examination free.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and slug-gist
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing no pain, na
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
tweet and wholesome. Ask for
Citrolax. Sold everywhere.
Will Play I'apillion Team Here.
The boys of the Plattsmouth High
school basket ball team have been put
ting: in some strenuous practice every
afternoon after school for the game
with Papillion. The boys had planned
to go to Papillion tomorrow evening
to play this game, but plans have been
changed and this game will be played
in this city tomorrow (Friday) even-
ling, at the German Home, instead of
at Papillion. You will sure see a good
game. Papillion High School vs.
Plattsmouth High School team at the
German Home tomorrow (Friday)
CASTOR 1 A
For Infants and Children.
1T.9 Kind Ycu Hava Always Bought
AT THE OLD STAND!
Our line of goods both groceries and dry goods,
will be in place and ready for your inspection any
time that you may call. Every article on our
shelves is absolutely new and fresh from the mar
kets. We believe that we now have one of the very
choicest lines of merchandise that has ever been on
display in tli3 city. By giving you the best the
market aifords at prices that are most reasonable
we believe that we are entitled to a share of votir
patronage. Give us a call at the new room at the
Nannie Streight was visiting the
Louisville merchants Tuesday.
3Irs. Lucy Graham of Amelia is
here visiting for a few days with her
Miss Mary Wannamaker of Manley
came up Wednesday evening and stay
ed over ni-ht with her sister.
3Irs. Martin of Ashland spent tho
day Wednesday at the Lansing home.
Miss Eda Marquardt, the county
superintendent, visited the schools
James Keejan of Fairmont, Neb.,
came in Wednesday for a short visit
with his daughter, Mrs. Archie Towi..
Frank Janovsky of St. James, 31 inn.,
was shaking hands here Wednesday
with old friends.
Miss Tena Wannamaker returned
home Friday night, after spending a
couple of days at Manley.
Mr. Timm and wife gave a card
party Thursday evening in honor of
r-rank Janovsky, who is here visiting,
and at a late hour a most bountiful
supper was served, which was great
ly enjoyed by all present.
31 r. and 3Irs. Newman returned
home Saturday evening, after spend
ing a couple of days in Omaha.
W. S. Kittrell was a Louisville
John Adams, an old gentleman who
has been working for the C. B. & O.
uuarry for a couple of years, left last
week for New York City, where he in
tends to make his home with his
3Ir. and 3Irs. Robinson and family
were passengers for Ashland Friday
X1TICK OK SI IT TO QtlKT TITI.K
In the Diotrlrt t ;irt of the County of
Will Jean and Kdward II. Spangier.
Francis Savacool, Klizabeth A. Sava-
cool, the unknown heirs and devise s
of Francis Savacool, deceased, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Kliza
bet li A. Savacool, deceased, Mrs. Jos
eph McCiine, tirst real name un
known, the unknown heirs and de
visees of Mrs. Joseph Me-Cune, first
real name unknown, deceased. John
lunlap, Mrs. John l)unlcp. first real
name unknown, the unknown heirs
and devisees of John llunlap. de
ceased, the unknown heirs and de
visees of Mrs. John Iunlap, first real
name unknown, deceased.
To the Above Named Defendants:
You and each of you are lierehy
notified that on the first day of March,
A. 1. 1!1", plaintiffs tiled their suit
in the Idstrk-t Court ot Cass countv.
Nebraska, to epjiet the title of plaintiff, p
Kdward H. Spanjiler. to the following I
described land in the County of Cass,
Northwest eiuarter (NW 'i) of
Section one (II. Township eleven
(111 North Ran-re thirteen (13)
Kast of the 6th P. M.
because of his adverse possession by
himself and his grantors for more than
ten years prior to the commencement
of said suit to require you and each of
yon to set forth your rlKht, title,
claim, lien or interest, if any, in said
property, either leeal or equitable, and
to have the same adjudged inferior to
the title of said plaintiff, and to enjoin
each and all of you from having or
claiming any riirht, title, claim, lien or
Interest therein and for rc-neral equita
This notice Is made pursuant to the
order of the court.
You are reeiuired to answer raid
petition on or before Monday, the l.th
day of April, A. D. lyia. or your de
fault will he dulv entered.
WILL .IKAN and KliWAHD IT. J
WLL J KAN and
KDWAK1) 11. Sl'AXOLKR
RAWLS & RODERTSON',
IX TIIK COrXTY COl ItT OK TIIK
fOl XTV IP CASS, XKII11ASKA
In Ke-estate of August Oorder,
flf f Klnnl Settlement
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that a hear
ing will be had upon the petition for
linal settlement and tinal report of the
executor of said estate filed herein on
the 9th day of March. A. I).. 1913 at nine
o'clock a. m. at the office of the Countv
Judre, Court House, I'lattsrnouth, Cass
county, Nebraska, at which time orders
will be entered in accordance with the
findings of the e-ourt thereon, and be
fore which hour all objections thereto
if any, must be filed.
By the Court
ALLEN J. BEESOS',
(Seal) Countv Judsre.
RAWLS & ROnERTPON.
Now in Our
TIIK DISTRICT fCH tT K
IVI1, . KIIK U .
la the Matter of th INt.ite of Jam-
M. Oyer 1 eceav-.l. A t'tjl ir"i' i n ef
. CHianlian of .Minors to .-k-il l:-al
This cauFe came en for be.irintr uron
tlie petition of J:uth J. Iyer, ciuarilian
of the jier-.-an an-l estate of Clara,
liver arid ("liarle-s Jyer, minors. ir;,v-ln-'
for lic-en.se to f-eil itie un-livi'l-d
4-1'" of tbe following lanUs: Tl.
east one-bnlf of tlie southwest Tiaiter
ill '-i of SW 4 ) and the noitbwe.t
ejuarter ef the southeast uuarter ( NV
'.4 of the SI0 .i of section twentv-two
'2, township twelve il.'l. ranire" nine
, east of ltli 1'. M.. and also the
poutli half of the iiorthtat quarter
(S J? of the XlPi) uiiu lot live I .".
In tortheast ciuarter of nmtheat
cjuarter (Ni: :4 of SIC '4 ) con ta i n iru? :t
a.-ies: also lot fix e; i in northwest
'Hiar ter of seutheast iu.irter c N V
of the SIO 'i I c-ontalnintr " anm, ail
in section thirty-three i"?,), township
tvveUe (li'i, iangv nine : . ast of the
sixth I. M., nil in cVism e'ountv, N"e
tiraska, for the purpose of et-ii rins;
proper funels for the maintenante,
support snd education of mUl minora
and for tiie purpose of better Invest
ment It Is therefore ordered that ail per
sons fntereste-d In snid estate appesr
before me- at the cot.it house In nal.1
County and State o n the l'i iia- .f
Mareli, litlo, at o'clock n. rn. to show
cause why a lic ense ' ,io'i;. riot
frri'iited to said uuardi in to sll tho
above described teal estate : i. il u 1 1,
t.. said minors for the pirjuM Moir
I-ated this 3d dnv of Pe'.ri:-irv. 15JS.
jam i:.s t. i:i:i;i.i:r.
Judge of the Io.-ilri.t Court
OTIt K TO C HI iinoit.
State of Nebraska,
IN TIIK CCilWTV Cul'P.T.
In the matter of the estate ol .tatliH
Notice Is hereby iriven that the credi
tors of Fnhi deceased -vc-i;! rue. t th.- ad
ministrator of said estate l-f.re tie
County Judfje of Cass countv. Nebras
ka, at the county court room In the
city of I'lattsrnouth, in said roiiritv on
the 2nd ilav or Xpiil. 1 ! 1 .". and the n..
of Septerni.er. at U o' lo. k m rn .
each ilay. for the purpose of .resent inif
their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the cred
frors of the said deceased to present
their claims, and one year for the ad
ministrator to settle said estate front
the L'nd day of March, lair..
Witness my band and the seal cf s.-i'd
County Court at I'lattsrnouth. .NVIn JS.
ka, this 2-ltii diiv of I-Vbrunrv. 1 1 .1
(Seal) ai.i.i-:n .i. i:j:i:s n.
D. O. DWYKR, Attorney.
T. II. POLLQGK
Office Telephone Building:
I am now prepared to look
after all general blacksmithin
and horseshoeing. Shop 4 1-2
niles west of Murray.
L. J. Hal!
The Union Auctioneer
AH sale matters entrusted to my care
will receive prompt and care
Farm and Stock Sales
Address or phone; me fit Union
for open dates.
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