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MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1913.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Copyright, 1314, by
Four Years Old.
MOKE wrote the dor-umrnL
wherein "Wild :irer atrreed to
take every eg.; delivered to him
at $10 per eg;, provided th;st
the two dozen advanced to him
brought about a reconciliation with
Wild Water paused with uplifted pen
as he was about to siirn. "Hold on."
lie said. "When I buy cg;s I buy coot;
eggs. If I find one bad egg you've got
to come back with the $10 I paid for
"That's all riht," Fmoke placated.
"It's on'y fair."
Smoke inserted the word "good" in
the contract, and Wild Water sullenly
signed, received the trial two dozen in
a tin pail, puileil on n:s mittens and
opened the door.
"Cioodby. you roblers." he growled
back at them and slammed the door.
Smoke was a witness to the play
next mornb.? at Slavoviteh's. lie sat.
as Wild Water's pruest. at the table ad
joining Lucille Arral's. Almost to the
letter, as she had forecast it. di.l the
scene come olT.
"ITaven't you found any osjrs yet?"
she murmured plaintively to the waiter.
"No. i ma'am," came the answer.
"They i say somebody's cornered every
egg in Dawson. Mr. S'avovltch is try
ing to buy a few just especially for
you. But the fellow that's got the cor
ner won't let loose." .
It was at this juncture that Will
"Water beckoned the cronriYtor to biin.
and, with one hand on his shoulder,
drew his head down. "Look here,
Slavovitch," Wild Water whispered
hoarsely, "I turned over a couple of
dozen eggs to you last night. Where
"In the safe, all but that six I have
all thawed and ready for you any
time you slug out."
"I don't want 'em for myself." Wild
Water breathed in a still lov.-i.-r voice.
"Shirr 'eiu up and present 'em to Miss
"111 attend to it personally myself,"
Slavovitch assured him.
"An don't forget compliments , of
me," Wild Water concluded, relaxing
Lis detaining clutch on the proprietor's
Pretty Lucille Arral was gazing for
lornly at tlie strip of breakfast bacon
and the tinned mashed potatoes on her
plate when Slavovitch placed before
her two shirred egzs.
"Compliments of Mr. Wild Water."
they at the next table heard him say.
Smoke acknowledged to himself that
it was a fine bit of acting the quick.
Joyous flash In the face of Ler, the im
pulsive turu of the head, the spontane-
"Compliments of Mr. Wild Water."
ous forerunner of a smile that was
oniy checked by a superb self control
which resolutely drew her face back
so that she could say something to the
Smoke felt the kick of Wild Water's
moccasiiied foot under the table.
"Will she eat 'em that's the ques
tion will she eat 'eni5'' the latter
And with sidelong glances they saw
Lucille Arral hesitate, almost push the
dish from her, then surrender to its.
"I'll take them eggs," Wild Water
sa:,! to Smoke. "The contract ho'ds.
Did you see her? Did you see her?
She almost smiled.I know her. It's
th Wheeler Syndicate.
all fixed. Two more eggs tomorrow
an she'll forgive an make up. If she''
wasn't here I'd shake hands, Smoke,
I'm that grateful. You ain't a robber;
you're a philanthropist"
Smoke returned jubilantly up the hill
to the cabin only to find Shorty in
"It's all off with the big Swede," he
groaned. "The corner's busted. What
d'ye think I run into? A geezer with
three thousan" eggs d'yo get me?
thrve thousan' an Just freighted in
from Forty Mile."
"(Jautereaux's his name, a whaekin
big, blue eyed French Canadian husky.
It was our cornerln' eggs that got him
started. lie kcowed about them three
thousan at Forty Mile an just went
an got 'em. 'Show 'em to me. I says.
An he did. There was' his dog teams
an' a couple of Indian drivers restin'
down the bank where they'd just
pulled In from Forty Mile. An' on the
sleds was soap boxes teeny wooden
"We took one out behind a Ice jam
in the middle of the river an' busted it
open. Eggs full of 'em, all packed in
sawdust. Smoke, you an me lost
We've been gamblin. D'ye know what
he had the gall to say to me? That
they was all ourn at $10 a egg. D'ye
know what he was doin when I left
his cabin? Drawin' a sign cf eggs for
sale. Said he'd give us first choice at
ten a throw till 2 p. in., and after that
if we didn't come across he'd bust the
market higher 'n a kite."
"It's all right," Smoke said cheer
ful 1 v. "Quick action cud team play is
nil that's needed. I'll get Wild Water
bore at 2 o'clock to take delivery of
ergs. You buy that (Jautereaux's
eg2;s. Even if you pay $10 apiece for
them. Wild Water will take, them oCf
our hands at the same price. If you
can get them cheaper wiry, we make
a profit as well, flave them here by
not later than 2 o'clock. Borrow Colo
nel Howie's dogs find take our team."
Smoke found Wild Water at the M.
& M., and a stormy half hour ensued.
"I warn yon we've picked up some
more eggs." Smoke said after Wild
Water had acrreed to bring bis dust to
the cabin at 2 o'clock and pay on deliv
ery. "You're Inck'er at finding eggs thnn
me," Wild Flower admitted. "Now.
how many eggs have you got now an'
how much dust do 1 tote up the bill?"
Smoke consulted his notebook. "As it
stands now. according to Shortv'J fig
ures, we've 3,'M2 eggs. Multiply by
'Forty thousand dollars!" Wild Wa
ter bellowed. "You said there was only
something like DuO eggs. It's a stick
up. I won't stand for itT ,
Smoke drew the contract from his
pocket and pointed to the pay on deliv
ery. "No mention is made of the num
ber cf eggs to be delivered. You agreed
to pay $10 for every egg we delivered
to you. Well, we've got the eggs, and
a signed contract is a signed contract
Honestly, though. Wild Water, we
didn't know about those other eggs
until afterward. Theu we had to buy'
them in order to make our corner
For five long minutes, in choking
silence. Wild Water fought a battle
with himself, then reluctantly gave in.
"I'm in bad." he said brokenly. "I'll
be there at 2 o'clock. But $40,000!
At 1:C0 Shorty arrived with Gante
reaux's eggs. "We pretty near double
our winnings." Shorty told Smoke as
they piled the soap boxes Inside the
cabin. "1 holds 'tin down to $s, and aft
er he cussed loco in French he falls for
it Now, that's $2 clear profit to us for
Promptly at 2 o'clock Shorty, peep
ing, saw Wild Water coming up the
hill. When he entered he was brisk
"Bring on them eggs, you pirates,"
he commenced. "An' after this day. If
you know what's good for you, never
mention eggs to me again."
They began on the miscellaneous as
sortment of the original corner, ail
three men counting. When 200 had
been reached Wild Water suddenly
cracked an egg on the edge of the table
and opened it deftly with his thumbs.
"Hey, hold on!" Shorty objected.
"It's my egg. ain't It?" Wild Water
snarled.. "I'm payin $10 for it. ain't I?
But I ain't buyin no pig in a poke.
When I cough up ten bucks an egg I
want to know what I'm gettia."
Wild Water looked and smiled.
"That's a good egg. Gimme a pail. I'm
goin' to tut it myself for supper."
Thrice again Wild Water cracked
good eggs experimentally and put them
in the pail beside him.
"Two more than you figured.
Shorty," he said at the end or the
count "Nine hundred an sixty-four,
"My mistake." Shorty acknowledged
handsomely. "We'll throw 'em in for
"Guess you can afford to," Wild
Water accepted grimly. "Pass the batch
SJLSJyt- FJi ay. for it now. Write a
receipt Smoke."" I
Kin fmm onnh
y 0.7:11-. iu uis i in w.ii, i -uiii --i
the side pockets he drew forth two
sacks of dut. so rotund and long
that tliey resembled bologna sausages.
When the first batch had been paid
for there remained in the gold sacks
not more than several hundred dollars".
A soap box was carried to the table,
and the count of the $3,000 began. At
the end of 100 Wild Water struck an
egg sharply against the edge of the ta
ble. The resultant sound was like that
of the striking of a sphere of solid
"Frozen solid," he remarked.
"Iluhl" said Shorty. "It ought to
be solid, seein' it has just been freight
ed up from Forty Mile. It'll take a
nx to bust it"
Smoke brought the ax and Wild Wa
ter split the egg cleanly in half. The
appearance of the egg's interior was
anything but satisfactory. Smoke felt
a premonitory chill. Shorty was more
valiant He held one of the'halves to
"Smells all right" he said.
"But it looks all wrong." Wild Wa
ter contended. "An how can it smell
when the smell's frozen along with
the rest of it? Wait a minute."
He put the two halves into a frying
pan and placed the latter on the front
lid of the hot stove. Then the three
men. with distended, questing nostrils,
waited In silence. Slowly an unmis
takable odor began to drift through
"Throw it out!' Smoke cried, gasp
ing. "What's the good?" asked Wild Wa
ter. "We've got to sample the rest."
"Not In this cabin." Smoke cough
ed and conquered a qualm. "Chop
them open, and we can test by look
ing at them. Throw it out. Shorty!
Throw it out! And leave the door
Box after box was opened: egg after
egg. chosen at random, was chopped in
two, and every egg earned the same
message of hopeless, irremediable de
cay. "I won't ask you to eat em. Shorty,"
Wild Water jeered, "an', if you don't
mind. I can't get outa here too quick.
My contract called for good eggs. If
you'll loan me a sled an" team I'll haul
them good ones away before they get
Smoke helped in loading the sled.
"Say. how long you been holdin that
corner?" was Wild Water's parting
Smoke made no reply, and, with one
glance att his partner, proceeded to
fling the soap boxes out into the snow.
"Say. Shorty, how much did you say
you paid for that three thousand?"
Smoke queried gently.
"Eight dollars. Don't talk to me. 1
can figger as well as 30U. We lose
seventeen thousan on the flutter, if
anybody should ride up 011 a dog sled
an' ask you. I flgge red that out while
waitin' for the first egg to smell."
Smoke pondered :i few minutes, then
again broke s;loi:ee. "Say. Shorty,
$10,000 gold weighs 200 pounds. Wild
Water borrowed our sled anil team to
haul away hi eggs. Ho came up the
hi'l without a sled. T!io two sacks
of t!n.-:t In his --it po'-!:ers weighed
r.lK.-ur twenty pounds :n-Ii The un
derstauding was c::s!t on delivery lie
brought en.".!igb th:t to pay for the
good cgg-. He nevei evpertcd to pay
r thos" r! i-"e fVops.-iiid. Pe know
they were b:nL Now. how tl'.d lie Un iv.
they were bad? What do you make ot
"Huh! That ain't noihlu'. A chii-i
could answer it. V: las- seventies,
thousan". ' Wild Water wins seven
teen thousan. J nem egs of i,.iute
reanx's was Wild Water s all the time
Anything else you're curious to know?"
"Yes. Why hi the name of commot
sense didn't you tind out whether t host
eggs were good before you paid foi
"Ju't as easy as the first question
Wild Water swung the bunko game
timed to seconds, i hadn't no time to
examine them eggs. 1 had to bustle to
get 'em here for delivery. An' now.
Smoke, lemme ask you o:ie civil ques
tion. What did you say was the par
ty's name that put this egg corneridea
into your ht adV"
Smoke was casting about to begin
the preparation fur supper when Cola
nel Bowie knocked at the door, handed
Smoke a letter and went on to his own
"Did you see his face?" Shorty raved
"He was almost Imstin to keep it
straight. It's the big ha-ha for you
an' me. Smoke. We won't never dast
show our faces again in Dawson."
The letter was from Wild Water, and
Smoke read it aloud:
"Derjr Smoke and Shorty I write to ash.
with co;n;hinei:t3 of the reason, your
presence at a supper tcniRht at 8!avo
vitch'3 joint. Miss Anaf will be there
anit so vi!l Oaiitereaux. Him and me
nus panlnora djiva at Circle five years
aso. lie is all ris'nt and is goin? to be
best man. About thc:n rggs. Thoy come,
into the country four years back. They
was a!I bad when they corne in. They
was bad when they u-ft California. They
always! was bad. They stopped at Cariult
one winter, and one winter at Nullik, and
Inst winter at Forty Mile, where they
was so! I for storage. And this winter 1
puess they stop at Dawson. Don't keep
them in a hot loom. Lucille says to sry
j otl and hr ami me has sure made soma
excitement in Dawson. And 1 say tii
drinks is on you. and that goes.
"Kespectfuily your friend, W. TV.
(To Be Continued.)
Keep Your Bowels Regular.
As everyone knows, the bowels are
the sewerage system of the body, and
it is of the greatest importance that
they move once each day. If your
bowels become constipated, take a
dose of" Chamberlain's Tablets just
after supper' and they will correct
'the disorder. Obtainable everywhere.
l 1 5, KieirseSp itoresi Myles r
3 CLkiCDs, L
Mo War Horses
Vi HIM I
Will buy all good chunks from 5 to 10 years old, weighing from
Must be in good flesh and well broke,
weighing from 1000 to 1200 pounds.
Will be at the Old
FORTY YEARS AGO.
Our good friend, the blacksmith,
Robert Donnelly, came to the rescue
yesterday with the cash. Thanks,
Hon. Sam Chapman, D. H. Wheeler,
John Barnes and others came up from
the legislature Saturday and spent
Sunday among Christians.
Ross Vanatta, we are sorry to learn,
leaves the poor farm next spring, and
Crawford Eikenberry goes to the poor
house for a year or so. Funny work,
this; the poorest farm in Cass county
Iias the best house on it, and is worth
a good deal of money.
Last Wednesday night, after the
c'ose of the firemen's dance, a sleight
load of the dancers from the country
came near meeting with a serious ac
cident by the sleigh sliding off a
bridge. The sleigh was badly broken,
but fortunately, none of the occupants
were injured, with the exception of a
few slight bruises.
If the bill for a geological survey
should pass we hope that a thorough
examination will be made for coal on
the lands of Joseph Shera, at Rock
Bluffs, as Mr. Shera has spent over
$2j000 of his own money in the at
tempt to settle the fact whether there
is coal on the Missouri or not, and it
would seem but fair that he should re
ceive some recompense.
The Plattsmouth Literary and De
bating society met at the court house
last Tuesday evening for the purpose
of debating and attending to some
other business. Mr. Fred Black acted
as president and W. B. Shryock as
secretary. After transacting some
necessary business the following ques
tion was then debated: "Resolved,
That the statesman deserves more
Died At- his residence near Weep
ing Water, on Saturday, January 20th,
Mr. Mathias Tyson, in the 70th year
of his age. Mr. Tyson was born in
Virginia, moved from there to Ohio,
from there to Indiana, then to Illinois,
thence to Missouri, and afterward to
Texas, thus keeping in advacne of
civilization all his life. . From Texas
he came to Nebraska in 1855, and
settled near Weeping Water, making
him one of the oldest settlers in Cass
county. He was father-in-law to Mr.
John Stirie, living near the same place.
praise than the soldier." Affirmative,
Joseph Fairfield, Dick O'Neil, A. C.
P'ry, George Harrison and Gil Hobbs;
negative, F. M. Morrison, Will Wise,
Fred Nichols, Mr. Marshall, W. L.
Wells; judges, Messrs. Gyger, Weaver
and Humphrey. The question was
ably argued on both isdes, and was
finally adjudged in favor of the
negative, or that the soldier was de
serving of as much praise as the
After the above question was set
tled Joseph Fairfield and WilliaTn L:
Wells were apopinted leaders for de
bating the question: "Resolved, That
iron is moi-e useful than gold." Af
firmative, Messrs. Wells,' Fry, Nichols,
- If -5 TT
Smith, Harrison, Weaver and Brown;
negative, Messrs. Fairfield, Morrison,
O'Neil, Wise, Hobbs, Cooley and Mar
shall; judges, Messrs. Shryock, Pol
lock and Oliver. The question was
finally decided in the affirmative.
Sidney Miner also dropped in and
Our friend, James Roberts, had a
handsome New Year's present. Boy,
19 pounds or less.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Droste gave a big
New Year's dinner, and axed the Her
ald down to heip eat it. We are very
sorry that other engagements pre
vented our acceptance.
One branch of business that has
been sadly neglected of late in our
city has experienced quite a reaction
the past few days, we allude to the
exchange and sale of real estate. In
addition to Mr. Charles Lazenby's
sale of his house and lots to Mr. Pep
perberg, Mr. A. Lazenby purchased
the Riggs property, east of Mayor
Livingston's, and sold it to Mr. L. P.
Davidson. We are glad to learn of
such sales. Go on with the good work,
A visit to our, neighboring town of
Weeping Water satisfied us that her
business men are alive. A little sketch
of their business may be interesting to
cur readers, as showing what energy
may- do when properly applied. Mr.
Thorngate has bought the stock of
furniture formerly owned by J. Chase,
justice of the peace, and is fitting up
a new stock, with which to supply the
good people of that vicinity. Next on
the west is the well known store of
Messrs. Reed Brothers, the pioneer
merchants, who keep an immense
stock of general merchandise of ewry
description, clothing, dry goods, hard
and soft ware, and in fact everything
the farmer wants. Opposite is' the
wide-awake firm of Fleming & Race,
who also keep an immense stock of
general merchandise, and who have a
trade in proportion to their stock. Mr.
Potter represents the jewelry trade
and furnishes orchestral music with
his finely trained string band, which
we had the pleasure of listening to on
Ft iday evening. Opposite the jeweh-y
is the drug store of Mr. Barnes, who
has a neat and well supplied stock of
drugs, medicines, perfumes, combs,
brushes, cigars, tobacco, nuts, cenfec
tionaries, and in fact a full supply of
everything usually connected with an
apothecary's shop. Two millinery
stores have out their signs and furnish
their patrons with goods in the latest
styles; lack of time and natural timid
ity prevented our calling at these
ladies' emporiums. A first-class shoe
store and shop, kept by John Marshall,
who furnishes understanding to order.
A blacksmith and harness shop, and
a good hotel complete the furnishing
houses. DwEutler, the genial eclectic
physician, attends to the comfort and
health of tha citizens, which secures
them, we hope, from the ravages of
disease. Near the town are located
the flouring mills of Clinton & John
son, and Hubbard & Tewksbury, who
supply the principal ingredient need
ed in making the staff of life, not only
to the citizens cf that locality, but
also send large amounts to Platts
mouth and other places. - The really
fine school house is occupied for ten
Bringin Your Horses
end get the ioney!
Mules from 5 to 9 years old, 16' to I5-3 high and
Must be fat, have good bone and well broke.
Rain or Shine SATURDAY, march I3ih
r- i -Vim
! months in the year, and the two large
churches are well filled by intelligent
congregations. One branch of busi
ness they lack that most of our west
ern towns are abundantly supplied
with, and they deserve great credit
for it, saloons are unknown in the
town or vicinity.
Visiters Here From Union.
From Saturday's Ijaily.
This morning Isaac Dye, one of the
leading farmers of the vicinity of
Union, was in the city looking after
the closing of the deal whereby he
becomes the owner of a forty-acre
tract of land near his farm on the
Weeping Water bottom southeast of
Union. This is quite a nice piece of
land and is near the farm Mr. Dye is
at present residing on, and has been
owned by Mrs. Amelia Haldeman of
this city. Mr. Dye was accompanied
to Plattsmouth by J. C. Niday, an
other of Liberty precinct's prosperous
and leading citizens.
Joseph II. Smith HI.
From Saturday's Dally.
For the past few days Joseph H.
Smith has been confined to his home
suffering from a severe attack of the
grippe, which has gotten him down,
end he has oeen bedfast, but is feeling
slightly improved at the present time,
and it is thought that he will be able
to b3 un and around in a short time.
WANTED A lady who has been
working at the dressmaking trade
all winter, wants a position with a
good dressmaker where she can
finish learning the trade. Address
P. O. Eox C32, Louisville, Neb.
" Registered Jersey Bull
for service. C. .E. Babbitt, Platts
Sell your property by an ad in The
IX Tilt: CO! XTV t'OI HT OK 'I'll K
eiu Tv or c.ss. m:iiii ska
In Ke-estnte of -August Gorder,
Notice of Final Settlement
To all persons interested:
You me hereby not Hind that ;i hear
inr will be had upon the petition for
linal settlement and final report of the
executor of said estate riled herein on
tlie !itli day of March. A. I .. J!1"i tit nine
o'clock a. m. at the office of the County
Jt.id.rv"', Court House, l'lattsmouth, Cass
comity, Nebraska, at which time orders
will be entered in accordance v.it'i the
lindinpr.s of the court thereon, and be
fore which hour all objections thereto
if anv, must be filed.
Hv the Court
ALLKN J. i5i;i;so.v.
(Seal) County Judge.
KAWI-S & norSEUTSON,
IX t.'0 1'VTV fill IIT.
State of Nebraska,
County of Cass, ss.
In the matter of the estate of John
F't ler Keil. deceased:
To all persons interested: i
You are hereby notified that, there
has been tiled in this court an in
.sl rvintcnt purporting to be the last
will and testament of the ti1 John
I 'clef Keil., deceased, together with
the petition of Elizabeth (Catherine
Keil, widow of said deceased, alleging
therein that the said John l'eter Keil
lias departed this life in sail countv,
ami possessed with an estate therein,
an! prayin that said instrument b
allowed and probated as the last will
and testament of said deceased, and
that administration of said estate be
jrranted to the said Elizabeth Katli
ei ne Keil.
You are further notified that a hear
insr will be bad upon said petition
and. proposed will before this court at
the' court house in the city of l'latts
mouth. In said countv. on the' 2Jth
rtny of March, l'J15, at ten o'eftek a.
in., of said- day.
That any arid all objections thereto,
if any, must be tiled on or before said
day and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal of the
county court of the sni,i county this
1st day of March, 1910.
ALLEN J. BEKSON.
(seal) County Judge.
1200 to 1600 pounds.
Buffalo, New York n
i i -re m" M - - W .ir -i
Till: DISTHKT OI IIT K
(Ul Ml, .i:im K .
In tlif Muttor of the lt.te of .Turnf
M. J Iyer J e-e.isel. , pplic-.it I ;n of
;uHi(lian of Minors t- Sell
This cause rame on for hearing nror
tlie petition of jiutli J. Ier, iuarlj.iu
of tlie ptixm and -taie of nam
Dyer and t'iiarloH Iyer, minors, pmy
inr for liet use to ell tiie un!i m'c!
4-7 of tlie following lanii: Tim
eat one-lialf f the Koutliwtut ftiart-r
(i: ,2 of SV t ) nnJ the rioi-h--t
(juailer of the southeast 'ii'Mrtt-r (NV
't of the SH lt ) of Kfctioii Iweijty-two
township twelve l-', rantce mnw
fjt. t-ust of :th 1'. II., and als-i the
south half of the northeast q'mrter
(rf of the N'i:'i and lot flv r.
In northeast iuarler of poulhrast
iliiarter (XI-; 'i of SK i) containing 3
acres; also lot six (R In northwest
quarter of southeast iuarter (NV
of the SK J ) containing :tu He-res. nil
in section thirtv-thife ''.'). Uvrihi
twelve 1J, ranije nine t, east of tiiu
sixth I. M., all in Cass t'ourity. NV
hraska, for the purpose of fctirini
proper funi's for the maintenance,
.support and education of said minora
and for the purpose of better ine&t
nient It is therefore ordered that all per.
sons Interested In s.ild estate appear
he fore me 4it the court hoje In al.l
County ami State on the 'ji'.i .i;- of
March, at 9 o'clock u. m. to fhour
cause why a license .iuui'1 rot I .
Kianted to said Kuardini to !! th
aoove described real estate
to said minors for the piri-t..s bluie
Dated, this Gd day of Pi 'rt.riry. 1914.
ja.mi:s T. i;i-:;i,i:r.
Judge of tlit) Disliiit Court.
State of Nebra
to it r:iiiToiti.
IX THE CCH'XTV I'OfP.T.
In the matter of the estate of Agatha
Notice is hereby Riven that tlie credi
tors of said deceased will tiled the ud
tninlstrator ot said estate before the
County .ludtre of Cass county, Nebras
ka, at the county court room In the
city of l'lattsmouth. in said count,- on
the 2nd day of April. 1 'J 1 .', a rid the' Trit
of September, lltl.l. at ! o'clock a. in.
each day, for the purpose of present inij
their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the cred
itors of tlie said deceased to present
their claims, and one ear for the ad
ministrator to settle said estate front
the L'nd day of March. 1 !M 7.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
County Court at l'lattsmouth, .lii i
ka, this 2ilh day of Kebrt:n rv, 1 !M .1.
(Seal) ALLEN J. HKKSoX,
D. O. DWVEK, Attorney.
MITK K (IF SI IT TO III li:T TITI.K
In the LMstrlct four! of the I uuatl (
l a mm, .XHrjika.
Will Jean and EJwui J II. Sp'itiiiler. i
Francis Savacool, Eli7al.eth A. Sava
cool. the unknown heirs and devisee
of .Francis Savacool, licensed, the
unknown heirs &nd devi-cen of -;ijz.,-betii
A. Savacool, !e chkmI, Mrs. Jos
eph McCune, nrst real name un
known, the unknown (.-it and de
visees of Mrs. Joseph McCune, tlrxt
real name unknown, deceased. John
Duniap, Mrs. John iMinUp, Hist rel
name unknown, the unknown bens
and devisees of John iMinl.tp
ceased, the unknown heir arid de
visees or Mis. John loinl.-ip, ritst im
name unknown, deceased,
I efenda nts.
To the Above Named I ef.. nda u t :
You and each . of von are herepv
notified that. n the lirst d.iy of Match,
A. l. I'Jl.'t, plaintiffs tiled theit suit
In the iMstricl Court of 1'asn I'miniv,
.Nebraska, to ijiiiet the title of plalntifl.
Edward H. Spanwler. to the following
described land in the County ot Cms,..
Nebraska, to-wll: i
Northwest uarler l X W of
Section one tit. Township eleven
11 North KaiiKe thiitevii 1 1J
East of the lh 1'. M.
because of his adverse posvesKion bv
himself and his raritom for more than
ten years prior to the coinmencetio nt
of said suit to require you and cm h of
you to set forth your ilKht, title,
claim, lien or interest. If anv, in said
property, either legal or equitable, and
to have the same adjinlired Interim- f.
the title of said plain till, and In riiiniii
each and all of ou from having or
claiming anv right, title, claim, hen ot
interest (herein and for geiierul imputa
This notice Is made pursuant to t h
order of the court.
on are retuirel to j,,iwcr said
petition on or before Mondav. the li'ti,
day of April, A. ! . IS!."., or your d
fa't will be duly entered.
WILL JEAN ami El W A Kl H. J
WLL JEAN and
EDWAKL 11. Sl'AN" I LEI:
KAWLS & KOnEUTSON.
FOUND Between Plattsmouth Wa
gon and Auto bridge and this eity,
an auto lamp. Owner may have
same by calling at this office and
paying for advertisement.
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