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MONDAY, JULY 12, 1913.
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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Marvin Dana, author
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CHAPTER V. '' '
WELL. A nil row. we're here."
Iilomit jiaM'ttrttac Inanely
after a short ieriod or si
leme. "IIov- loiig'a: the
-iTTs go' ns to keep us in New Yor?"
''."'.:" Andrew asked ha.i'ly.
-yi y rr-thr.t Is, you kuovr"-r
. -Orcw interrupted reassuringly:
you ueed have no fear of the tm-.
;V.:r::i!es. - I shall protect you. Tliene
c-r. 1-e no trouble for you it you af
-.rritt. Your only danger lies in enri
- .f- and in disregarding my iustruc-
: V- ;
jl?ur.t whirled toward his wife with
.: .-?! of relief.
j-.t that, Sadie?" Lc dcinanded,
r(:t0 cf marital authority iu hLs
1. :".ty 1 ok-e. "Just you renieniber it,
-- fhe you'll be back In Joliet doing
'fr.oy stitches on bed tickins-"
liii 'woman noilded assenL
'" c 'ta'nly pot that," she affirmed
x r. r:ct, throaty voics, modified by a
Iz.'-.t twar?. ' Put I been honest so
I'm actunlly bof.lnninff to
"-'1 Lor.cst inside. And. what's more.
::.--! I r.cver did think it cou'd be any-
rt.s pos!ul. but you ean snoot me it
I a n t kind of beginning to to like it!"
.knuretr pava ro heed to this virtu
' You ar? about to meet the boy
-rhoni I have selected for your son. A
word cf warrinsr don't trust him!"
'Does he know anything about our
reeord?" Plount inquired doubtfully.
Andrew's reply was explicit.
"lie knows no more of you than you
do' of him. If you value your safety
you will bear In mind my advice that
you keep him in ignorance." He step
ped to a Ik11 call set in the wall and
pushed the button. "Now. your son
will be here in a moment. You have
only to remember what I liave said.
I shall leave you two alone with him
for a little while,"
Then steps sounded in the tall, and
Walter appeared In the doorway.
There was a sarcastic inflection !n An
drew's vok-e as he made the introduc
tions with n wave of his hand:
"Walter, your father your mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Illount. your son."
Without another word he turned and
went out of the room.
It was r.lount who first spoke. With
a bluff cheeriness of greeting In his
heavy voice, he said
YlV.Jt -n11' ITiin- urn -nu prnV
lie smiled a genial welcome.
Walter replied bri3kly in kind:
A snort of indignati'an from Mrs.
Plount Interrupted the complacency of
the two men. who turned toward tsr
"What's the matter, mother?" the
husband questioned, with a. touch, c
solicitude in his manner.
The wife in her turn assumed c per
"Get that, Sadie?
F 5 ."' V-iV -it Mi ' ' li
H. K F'y company.
of Andrew's, and merely to oblige him
I've agreed to adopt a son and daugh
ter for a few weeks.
'Mrs. Dlouut spoke aggressively.
"Yes. John." she said, "and you know
he absolutely assured us that the whole
luing was only a harmless joke." She
hesitated ( slightly, then eoutinued
doubtfully. "Put if it's as Walter
ays" She broke off. frowning.
"Listen here, son." he said preseutly.
with a return to his kindlier manner.
"If I'm going to be a father to you
I've got to be it all the time, that's cer
tainnot merely when somebody else
is around. I can't be a fond father
one minute and then be hating your
insides the nest, although when this
thing is all over 1 might feel some dif
ffereut yes! Hut as long aa we're on
this game I'm going to think a heap
of you. Yes. that's the program, and
it's got to be carried out uo matter
bow much it hurts me."
Walter went forward a step toward
the older man. with his jaw thrust out
a little farther than usual, and shrug
god his shoulders contemptuously.
"I've got you doped out all right, he
Plount sat erect, much surprised at
the other's attitude of displeasure as
Well as by the utterance Itself.
"Doped out! be exclaimed.
; Walter, with the evident intention
f bestowing on him a chaste embrace.
"Aw, cut that out!" the sou cried.
disgustedly, as be drew back in alarm
before the threatened onslaught
"Ob. thunder!" Walter expostulated.
"Say, what's the use of that bunk?"
Mrs. Blount spoke seriously now.
"No use. of course." K'.:e admitted
gravely. "It's funny, though." she
added, a little wistfully: "just for a
muiUTs I t"St jicrjesr. Jt'.v you might
be my boy, sure enough the one 1
never bad. Ain't that the limit now';"
"Well, I ain't!" the yonug man de
clared crossly. "So we'll cut out the
I Mrs. fount s humorous sense of the
situation caused ber again to speak.
, "I can't see that he's changed a mite,
dad." she remarked, with a mellow
'gurgle of laughter.
I "Aw, cut that!" Walter insisted sul
lenly. I "Do you know what you're up
against?" he questioned shrilly. "I
jtell you, straight, this game's danger
ous. Do you know. It's some kind of
a frame tip Andrew's got against Waln
wrixat?" "Walnwright!" Blount cried, aghast
at tbU disquieting statement as to the
'thing io which he had become Involv
.ed. "Yo'u don't meant the ODe here
the one that was district attorney?"
"That's just the guy I mean." was
the savage assurance.
' Btount showed symptoms of alarm.
His rndd.v face grayed a little, and tbe
heaTy flesh of the jowls sagged.
"It don't look good to me. Blount
con f essed somberly. " Who t's the idea 1"
; Walter shook hi head In admission
j "All I know is that he's got It in for
Walnwright." Again he shook his
ihead. "That's all I know. Whatever
jit is. it's something fierce, " If you don't
, believe me just mention the name of
Walnwright some time when he's
around. You watch him then, and
(you'll see, all right"
By a great effort of self control
; Blount reassumed bis manner of genial-
j "Well, well!" he exclaimed patron'z
ilngly. "I really must look into this
matter, quite In the interests of my
friend. You know, I'm an old friend
suited to the event and spoke in tone
broken with emotion.
"This is all so so affecting!"
'Huh! Waiter ejaculated huffily. 'I
Mrs. Blount interrupted:
"Father, why don't you introduce me
to toy son?" .
"Sure do!" Walter remarked, with a
grimace. "I'm just ilj-ing . to meet
.Blbtint cleared his throat impressive
ly and spoka with a bow as low as a
generous paunch would permit
"Mother," he said tenderly, "this is
our son onr only sou to this date. Wal
ter." . -
Mrs. Blount beamed regnlshly.
"Ain't he the cute little son." she
gushed. "Oh. sonny!" She advanced
wJUi fond but toward tb diaconcart-
Walter chuckled malevolently.
. "I haven't got yon placed exactly,"
he admitted, "but I've got your class
all right Do you get me?"
Blount bounced heavily to his feet
His expression was suddenly grown
"My class?" he repeated blusteringly.
Walter maintained his evil satisfac-fcoo.
"I'd le willinsr to bet yon a hundred
thimf- vou wouldn't tut vour Bertulon
on niece of wax."
Blount leaped forward with a lithe
swiftness astouisbluz in one of bis
"J3 vou!" he said very softly, but
with an Intensity more vehement than
mere sound. ' "Now. you look here
and look mighty clojee! My name is
John Blount. I'm vour father. There s
ycur mother. I'm from Laramie, Wyo.
"Now, you look here!
They respect us out there. Under
stand? That goes as it lays. They're
going to run me for mayor next spring
and my wife here is president of the
Mothers' club. You can look up our
record there right through for the last
four years. We've lived straight, and
we're going to remain straight. Now-
let me tell you something else. If yor.
want to look any further back than
that you're looking for trouble and a
chance to get croaked !"'
There was a deadly ferocity in tbe
"Aw, you needn't get so soro about
it," Walter urged quaveringly.
Blount spoke again.
"It looks to me as if we were likely
to be together for some time to come.
As far as 1 know, you're Just Walter
Blount Outside of Walter Blount I
don't know who you are, and I don't
Walter strove again to placate the
man whom he bad so seriously of
"Aw, I was just kidding," he pro
tested weak'.y. His attempt at a pro
pitiatory smile was tremulous.
Of a sudden a new curiosity stirred
"And tbe girl that skirt ray sister.
you know! What is she?" he demand
ed. "Is she one of us?"
"She's only loeu with us a week."
Mrs. Blount explained. "Came from
across the pond, so how can we tell?"
"We don't know a darned thing about
the girl except that she's i-ur daugh
ter. That's all we're supijscd to
know, and it's all we ued to know,
at that" A sudden memory moved in
tbe husband's brain, and he continued
with increased sternness, "And another
thing don't you daro again to act like
you did today at lunch. There we
were a-dlning at the Waldorf with fine
people, and me a-bragging alout our
big ranches and our beautiful home
out west And then I caught you try
ing to cop a spoon, so that I had to
kick you under the table." An old in
stinct revived from the association of
ideas, and he added petulantly, "And
it was a plated one, at that!" .
"What's the odds?" she demanded
very spiritedly. "Ixts of iwrfevtly re
spectable people take things like that
at hotels just for souvenirs. Why. I
know a lady that hasn't got two tow
els alike in her whole house. And
she's real rich too."
Walter reverted to the subject of
prime interest to him.
"And the girl!" he insisted. He
gazed at Blount eagerly. "Do you
think Andrew has anything on the
girl, like be has on us?"
In an instant Blount had leaped
close, his face furious with passion.
"Andrew hasn't anything on us!" lie
A flash of anger gave fleetius cour
age to Walter.
"Hub!" he exclaimed scornfully.
"Don't try and slip anything like that
Andrew came in from the next room
and stood directly between the two
men. Then he addressed them with
"If through jealousy and bickering
you fail to act your parts so that in
consequence my plans miscarry, it will
tount against you far more than would
mere disobedience. What . was tbe
cause of this row?"
Blount pointed to Walter.
"Ask the whelp!"
"I was just kidding that's all!"
"Take care, sir," Andrew said harsh
ly. "One of these days my patienco
will be exhausted." He waited a mo
ment surveying the youth with a lash
ing stare. Then, abruptly, he doffed
his dominant manner and in its stead
assumed tbe pose of the respected ser
vitor. He bowed humbly to Walter,
the nominal head of the household.
"Why not show your father through
the house, sir?" he suggested.
At once, without any trace of embar
rassment, he took the part assigned to
"SureT be exclaimed, boyishly aglow
with rride in the new possession of
this city boras. He beamed oj the
bewildered Blount. ' Come on. did!" he
urged boisterously. "You'll ture find
thia place al to the good."
.(To Be Conunued.X
Mrs. Dr. Pollard and daughter, Miss
Mable, from Salem, are visiting with
friends and relatives in and around
We are informed that Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Fries of Watts, California, are
the proud parents of a baby boy born
Mrs. Lena Pollard and daughter,
Mrs. Johnson, left Friday night for a
couple of weeks' stay at Excelsior
Mrs. John Gamble, from Omaha,
came in Monday morning to visit at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Her
Malcolm Pollard, who is in Roches
ter, Minn., taking treatment, having
had bad health for twenty years, is
gradually improving. Mrs. Pollard
has .been with him and will return
there this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Toild accom
panied their daughters, Misses Julia
and Jessa, as far as Omaha Friday.
They went on to Coleridge, where
they will visit a few weeks with rela
tives. M. II. Donald of LaFayette, Ind.,
who formerly lived in Factorville, was
in town Tuesday. He had relatives
here and was trying to find them, but
was unable to locate them.
Mrs. Morgan, from Plattsmouth,
came here Tuesday and met 50 boys
and girls to arrange to drill them for
the Cinderella entertainment. They
will meet in the classroom to practice
every morning from 9 to 10. Olive
Illsley will help as organist and
others will assist in various ways, as
an entertainment of this kind requires
an immense amount of work.
Last Thursday while driving home
from town, Mr. and Mrs. Stock met
with a very serious accident They
were driving across a cattle bridge
near Henry Sturm's and it being dark
Mr. Stock thought the team was go
ing to run off the bridge. He pulled
them to one side and the buggy ran
off the bridge, turning completely
over, breaking the left collarbone of
both occupants and breaking the
D. J. Vanscoyoc and wife of Lin
coln spent the Fourth in Louisville
with relatives and friends.
Airs, i itgerald ot Lincoln was
here Thursday visit with her son,
Paul Fitzgerald, cashier of the Bank
Miss Anna Berger returned to Lin
coln Saturday, after a two weeks'
visit in this vicinity with her sister,
Mrs. William Stander.
Mr. and Mrs. Atkins of Omaha
visited in town over Sunday with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thilip
Suiter. Mrs. Atkins was formerly
Miss Myrtle Suiter.
Harvest is in full blast. The wheat
is said to be exceptionally good anJ
with favorable weather the majority
of it will be in the shock by the mid
dle of next week.
William Trembly ha3 resigned his
position with the Kahler Pottery com
pany and will move his family to Den
ver. Their friends wish them success
in their new home.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. W.
II. Haith on Sunday, July 4. No
questions about his birthday being
celebrated each year, as the whole na
tion will take a hand in helping him
to remember the event.
Theodore Harms returned Saturday
morning from Lorton, where he ac
companied his children, who expect to
spend part of their vacation with
their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
W. Barnes, formerly steam shovel
engineer at the National quarry, has
resigned his position to accept a more
ucrative one in Wyoming. He ha?
already departed, and his family, who
are occupying the E. Palmer residence
on Cherry street, will leave in the
near future. .
Card of Thanks,
We desire to thank the members of
the Plattsmouth Journal force for
their beautiful floral remembrances
at the time of our bereavement and
sorrow in the death of our dearly be
loved husband and father, . and this
thoughtfulness of our friends will
ever be remembered by us as long as
Mrs. Mary R. Mathews.
Charles E. Mathews.
Mrs. J. S. Lozier.
Mr3. I. J. Copenharve.
William G. Mathews.
Miss Hilda Brinkman was among
those going to Omaha this morning
to spend the day looking after some
matters of business.
P. A. Horn was among the visitors
in the city today from the vicinity of
Cedar Creek, looking after some
trading with the merchants.
Adam Stoehr of the vicinity of
Ceiiar Creek was here yesterday look-'
ing after some matters of business.
as well as taking in the base ball
B. F. Wiles departed on the eary
Burlington train this morning for
Omaha, where he visited for the day
and looked after some matters of
Mrs. A. F. Seybert departed this
morning for Los Angeles, California
where she will visit for a few weeks
with friends and enjoy the sights of
the Pacific coast.
Wall Paper. Gering & Co,
Mrs. Georgia Creamer and sister,
Mrs. Charles Wolf, were among those
going to Omaha this afternoon to
visit with their sister, Mrs. Frank L.
Khoden, at the hospital for the day.
Glen Perry, one of the prominent
farmers of this section of the county,
was here Saturday afternoon for a
few hours looking after some mat
ters of business with the merchants.
Paints and Oils. Gering & Co.
Miss Fannie H. King of Jackson
ville, Ilinois, who has been here for
a few weeks visiting at the home of
Mrs. A. W. Atwood, a sister of Miss
King, departed this morning for her
home in the east.
Paints and Oils. Gering & Co.
C Eiscnhut was an Omaha visitor
Miss Eva Sorick spent the Fourth
W. F. Hoye spent a few days last
week visiting friends.
Charles Schafer spent the Fourth
in Lincoln and Omaha.
W. O. Gillespie was " a business
visitor in Lincoln Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Williamson and
Fern were Syracuse visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs II. A. Guthmann and
rons were Plattsmouth visitors a few
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snider and
sen, Earl, returned last week from
Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
Miss E. V. Everett has finished her
course in the L. B. college and is now
in Muller & Paine's in Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock of Havelock
spent the Fourth with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Neitzel.
Ben Billings of Bassett, Nebraska,
has been visiting his cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. W. O. Gillispie, this week.
Paints and Oils. Gering & Co.
One section, 640 acres, wheat land
in Franklin County, Washington.
This land is rolling, but not rough.
Located 100 miles southwest of
Spokane, 2'.2 miles north of Kahlotus,
on two railroads. Soil volanic ash, 2
feet to 6 feet in depth. It was broken
in 1906, and a crop of wheat grown in
1907 netted the owner $3,900.00 after
all expenses were deducted. It was
plowed in 1912, and has lain fallow
since. There is 215 acres-in wheat
this year, of which owner is to re
ceive one-fourth free in warehouse at
Kahlotus. The land is fence with a
post and wire fence. There is a firsl
mortgage of $5,000.00 due in Novem
ber, 1916, at 7 per cent per annum.
Will sell for $22.50 per acre on lib
eral terms, purchaser to assume
For further information write
owner. W. C. SAMPSON, Owner.
Care S. A. A. C,
NOTICE OF HEARING. ,
Notice is hereby given that an ap
plication ha3 been made to the Gov
ernor and the Advisory Board of Par
dons for a pardon of the sentence of
Isadore Henry Sitzmanwho was on
the 5th day of December, 1910, sen
tenced by the District Court within
and for Cass County, to serve a life
sentence in the State Penitentiary
for the crime of murder.
Said application will be . heard be
fore the Advisory Board of Pardons
at the State Penitentiary on the 15th
day of July, 1915, at 2 o'clock p. m.
Dated this 24th day of June, 1915.
ISADORE HENRY SITZMAN.
From Friday's Daily.
Jack Patterson and wife were in the
city for a few hours last evening,
driving up from their home at Union.
P. T. Becker was in the city yes
terday for a few hours looking after
some trading with the merchants and
visiting with friends.
Jesse McVey came up this morn
ing from Murray, near where he has
been visiting for a short time with
friends in that locality.
Sam Schwab, from south of this
city, was here today for a few hours
looking after some matters of busi
ness with the merchants.
Adam Fornoff and wife of the vi
cinity of Cedar Creek were in the city
today for a few hours looking after
some matters of business.
John Busche of near Cedar Creek
came in this morning to spend a few
hours looking after some matters of
business and visiting with his many
F. J. Hennings and wife were in the
city today from their farm home in
Eight Mile Grove and spent a few
hours here looking after some trading
with the merchants.
Jesse Brown came in this morning
from his home in Eight Mile Grove
precinct to spend a short time here
looking after some business matters
and visiting with friends.
C. B. Schleicher and wife of Brady,
Neb., are here enjoying a visit at the
home of Charles Miller and wife,
south of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Mil
ler are the parents of Mrs. Schleicher.
Ed Parriott of Teru, Neb., who has
been here attending the funeral of
John E. Moore and visiting at the W.
F. Moore home near Murray, was
here today. Mr. Parriott has severed
his connection as deputy for the A.
O. U. W. in this state.
from Saturday's Dany.
Charles Creamer and wife were
here today for a few hours looking
after some trading with the mer
chants. Mrs. Will Vallcry of Havelock
came in this morning on No. 4 to
spend a few days here with relatives
Ralph, Rudolph and Irvin Meising
er of Cedar Creek were visitors in
this city today and were pleasant
callers at this office.
L. C. Patek of Oxford Junction,
Iowa, is here for an extended visit at
the home of his cousin, Mrs. C. D
Quinton and family.
P. A. Horn of the vicinity of Cedar
Creek, was in the city yesterday for
a few hours loci-ins: after some trad
ing with the merchants.
Adam Kaffenberger came in this
morning from his home near Cedar
Creek to spend a few hours looking
after some trading with the mer
L. A. Meisinger, wife and children
were in the city today for a few
hours, looking after some trading
with the merchants.
Mrs. F. H. Barnell and son and
daughter, who have been here visit
ing at the F. H. Mumm home for the
past week, returned this morning to
their home at North Platte, Neb.
W. W. Hamilton, the Muray car
penter, was among the passengers
this morning for Omaha, where he
was called for a few hours to look
after some matters of business.
S. C. Boyles, the Alvo banker, wa3
in the city today for a few hours at
tending to some matters at the court
house, returning this afternoon to his
Miss Mary Fryer of Flainview, Ne
braska, who has been here visiting at
the W. J. Hartwick home for a few
days, departed this morning on the
early Missouri Pacific for her home.
C. B. Schlicher of Brady, Neb., who
is here visiting at the home of
Charles Miller, south of this city, de
parted thia afternoon for Havelock
and Lincoln for a short visit with
P. A. Meisinger and wife drove in
this afternoon from their home near
this city to visit for a few hours with
the parents of Mr. Meisinger, Conrad
Meisinger and wife, and look after the
P. A. Horn of Cedar Creek was at
tending to some important business
matters in this city yesterday, and
while here took time to call at this
office and have his subscription to the
Daily Journal extended for another
Genuine Fletcher's Castoria this
week only at 19c. Gering & Co., the
Spot Cash Family Druggists. Phone
Medium weight roadster for sale
Worth the money. Sam G. Smith
SOTH K OF ! tt .
Ju the Dili riot Court of thr County of
In Kc-Guanliatisiilp of Norman K.
To AH Person Interested :
you are lierely notified that under
and by virtue of a license issued on
July 6, 1915. by Honorable James T.
Eejsley, Judge of the Distriet Court, C
the County of Cams, Nebraska, the tm
der"fxned guardian will, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., on the 3d day of
Aupust, A. L. 1915, sell at j-ublie Kalo
at the south front door of the Court
HouRe, Plattsmouth, Cush County, Ne
braska, to the htffhept bidder for ca.l:.
the undivided one-eifjrhteenl Ii interest
of Norman K. iJicksson. minor, in tlio
following real estate to-wit:
bots seven 7. eiht (Hi and riino
(0). in block thirty-six 3ti: the south
half of lot twelve (U'i. in block forty
two (42); lots four (4) and (5, block
tifty-tiv 155): lot one two 'i.
three 13). four 1 4 and live .". in
block tiftv-seven (f.7); lot nine li and
part of lot ten (10). in block Hfly
seven 57 ) ; lots three 3, four ill,
five (5i and six S. in block fifty-eig-lit
(58); north half of lots eleven
111) and twelve (12. in block mm
hundred ofrty-nine 11 Ui. and lots ten
tlfl. eleven (11 anil twelve tl'l. in
block ni'ty-nix 5. all In the City of
I'lattsmouth : also all of lots three :;
and four (4), in block thirty-seven
137), and an undivided one-half in
terest in lots five I ji and six (ti). in
block thirtv-eisht (3H, iu Vouni? K.
Hays Addition to the City of i'latts
mouth: and also lots llfteon (I'm, tOx
toen tlt and seventeen (17l. in
Long's First Addition to the Villi;.
of ftiynird, all in Cass C. unity, Ne
braska. Said sale will remain open for otio
ated this bih day of July, A. I.
V.. J. KJi'HKY.
Guardian of Nonnau 10. lickson.
W. A. JIOUliKTSON, Attorney.
i.k; i. xtici:.
Iu the District Court of Canx Couu1,
Alice Wei Ik. Plaintiff.
Mable A. HifjKins. el al.. I'efendatit.
To Mabel A. " 11 iKSrins, Mabel Allies
H iKK ins, Marnaret Mason, anil I Io
I'nkiiown Jleirs and Devisees of Kate
Lyncl.., 1 eceased:
You .ili tuke notice that on July
Sth. laifi. the phi in I ill herein. Alice
Wells, liled her petition in the iint
Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
against you ami others for the ton ,oso
of loi eclosiiiff a Tax Sal Cert ili ale is
sued by the County 'i'rcasu i -r of Cass
Countv, Nebraska, to one .X. I.. Tidd. on
sale of lots S. i, 10. It arid 1.'. in bo k
173, I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, al nlhll
tax salt on November t'.th. It'll, for -
linnuenr. tax, costs und charges uuainst
said lots lor the yeur 1 1 1 o. which
Certificate lias been ussiKiied to
Ila int nl.
1'laint.irf claims a lien against said
lots by virtue of said Tax S,ile Cert lo
cate in the sum of )16.1i, with Interest
:tt 15 per cent per annum from Novem
ber tith. 1911, and the further sum of
JOS. 45 for subsequent taxes paid for the
years l'jll, ll'U'. I'.tl.'J and 114. with
interest thereon at 15 per rent per an
num from June 1 01 Ii. IS 15. and attor
ney's fees of 10 per cent of amount
found tlue plaintiff, and prays that
same be decreed a first lien on .ald
premises and that said defendants: t
iorecloM-d of all I lirltt. title and in
terest in and to said premises and said
premises; be ordered sold and out of the
proceeds of such sale that plaintiff be
paid th-J amount decreed to be due lier
on said lien with costs of suit.
You are required to answer said
petition on or before the L'ld day of
Auarust. 1915, or the allegations con
tained in said petition will be taken a
true and decree rendered as prayed
A I AriZ WKL.LS. Plaintiff.
Liy JOHN M. LKYUA.
MITICK Tt COTlt CTOIt.
Bids will he received at the office of
the County Clerk in Plattsnioiiih, Ne
braska, up till noon on Saturday, Auk
list 7, 3915, for building all wood and
steel bridges, concrete arch and box.
culverta and other com rete work, six h
as winus and abutments, for the year
Also for the construction of one.
t -1 1 x 4 -It. concrete box culvert on IJock
UIuffH road about two and one-ha!f
miles south of i'lattsmouth.
Plans and specifications now on file
In the oflice of t lie County Clerk at
Sepatate toils may be filed for bridce
work end for concrete arch ami box
All lilds to be opened on Tuesday,
Aiisust 10th. 1915. at 10 o'clock n. m.
The Board of County Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any or all
A certified check of 500.00 must ac
company each bid.
FRANK J. LIBEHSHAU
(Seal) Countv Clerk.
In thr County Court of the County of
In Pe-Kstate of llrnest llnebner.
To All Persons Interested:
You are hereby notified that on Julv
6, 1913. Minna Huebner Jlled a petition
in thla Court alleging the death testato
of Krrest Huebner, a resident and
inhabitant of this County, on June l ,
1915, and re'iuestirix that an instru
ment presented as the last will and
testament of said deceased, by which
he lias dcvUed and bequeathed all of
his property to his widow, be admitted
to probate and It. C. Wen .el be ap
pointed as administrator C. T. A. in
the place of tleorjre Keiter. Jr., nomin
ated as executor thereof.
A liortringr will lie bad on said peti
tion at the office of the County Juil-e,
Couit House, I'latf siiioutli, Ca-s Coun
ty. Nebraska, on the 2nd day of Aug.
list. A. I . 1915. at nine o'clock a. m..
tie fore which hour all objections there
to. If any, must be filed.
By the Court.
ALLEN" J. rSEESON".
W. A. nOBEUTSON. Attorney.
NOTICE OK SI IT.
Nellie Wiley and Bernard G. Wiley.
defendants, will take notice that on
the 14th day of June. PJli., William
L Nickles, plaintiff herein, filed hi:
Amended Petition in the District Court
of Cass County. Nebraska, n gainst said
defendants, and Alma 1 . A.-ch ef. al..
the obrct and prayer of wlio n are t
set asicie upon the Kiounds of absence
of consideration a ml fraud, a certain
deed purporting to be made on March
2nd, 1912, by one Charles Jvltvard
V.'ilev to sahl Nellie Wiley, and th
uuietinc of the title to an undivided
one-sixi.h of the lands Involved in said
action. In plaintitf against said deed
and all 'other claims if any of sahl
Nellie Wiley and Bernard i. Wiley
You and each of you arn required to
answer said amended petition on or be
fore th Und day of Ausrust, 131.
Dated this 17th day of June. J915.
WILLIAM L. NK'KU'.
Bv t. O. DWYER. His Attorney.
the mint makes it and under the
terms of the CONTINENTAL
MORTGAGE COMPANY you can se
cure it at 6 per cent for any legal
purpose on approved real estate.
Terms easy; tell us your wants and
we will co-operate with you.
PETTY & COMPANY,
513 Dcnham Building, Denver, Colo.
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