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VCNDAV. FEBRUARY 7, 1916.
plattsmoutii semi-weekly journal.
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Chr-sinj Capita!. .
HAT kbal of eggs do you
oat'-" I'eale asked Rodney.
"Why, ben's eggs, of
course, I.odney laughed.
"I'M you ever cat a duck egg?" ask
cl IV:; le.
-Why. nr.- said Rodney. "At any
r .to. rot often."
! yu know anything against the
'Ilxutly. When a duck lays an egg
i;'s a fxl and keeps ouiet about it.
art v. ht'ii a l;en diK's. niy boy clncl.
: :.!;. dvit tli-? place. Advertising!
-v, cat ben's eggs."
'You're bctrinning to convince me."
I:;:''.:eil Rodney. He was beginning
t V.it' d.
V"ii really beHove tbat with proper
advertising you cotiKl build up a great
1 -:!ms;" be asked.
r. lire! Lk around you. Every
i!.;::;'s d ir. it." declared I'eale.
I t you want to work for me?"
What's your salary?" asked Rod-
tlif new business man.
I've been getting but I'm
worth .7.." said I'eale quickly.
T:i give you $1." Rodney told
"What's your business ei.unterfeit
i: zY' asked Peale skeptically.
"No. it's"' l,ogan Rodney.
"Ioii"t tell me." I'eale interrupted.
"As I nz as it doesn't send me to state
t. ,ir the chair it's all right.
1 I ii.iv? about ?-" advance on sal
"Oh. tight." said Rodney, hand
i : -r b:ni the money.
".Iu-t a.s an evidence of good faith."
I'-a'e cxphiiiitd. cotmting the crisp
1 ills. "Wei:, now. I'm working for
y ii. What business are you in?" be
1 ( --.r.i :iz: in
"Tl' soap buines.- said Rodney
"Ni.-e I an bshiess. With father?"
a:. 'd i'oslo. grinning.
. in-t bim." explained Rodney.
!h'." said r'eale.
R.-d:.oy reminded him that be and
hi, lather had had a quarre!, and
!(:. !e n.'itnl very sympat bet ioally that
f;.;l:. rs were very unreasonable these
lv I'eale commented. "Do ycu
l.:,'p-iv why your father is the soap
"1 s-.ij.t.ose l.eeaue he controls all the
s :; l.ii-iarss in the country except j
oi.". s;'.'l lk'ii,.'y.
"i::;a..-tly. iit.d the way he keeps con
tr.i of it i, i.y buying out all bis live
c-'-mpotitor?. And now here's a blue
ri'''-on champion of the world scheme.
Why t'on't we mulw good and sell out
to j ';. ' i J I" V
"N : I ! Mrt 'are to do that. I want
to !i;.'-:o I myself." sai'l Ro-lney.
Well, ii f.-ther is forced to buy you
owl. i - ;'t tl: :t enough? What do you
wa:: ' ':" a -Ice 1 i 'e:;'e.
"I've g-'t to I a success myself. I've
g L t show father and Miss ("ray
son." explained Rodney. He went on
"You see father says I can't earn ."n".
"lie isn't ri :! t. is he?" queried Tealc.
"No, r-ir; you'ii see." Rodney answer
"1 hope so," s.,il I'eale dryly. "At
that it's a pretty t' -;di job selling soap
if fat her's sigain-r. us."
"1 suppose it is." J:..dnoy agreed.
When po-.r l: ir.ey trotted out the
sto; y of the eo';!..k I'ea'o wanted
t know if he was "kidding him." but
gie'.v less skcpti-'al when he heard al1
th- re wps to hear about the cheapest
so ;. -ii the v.-orid. It was a good line,
ho s ai l. the cheapest soap. How could
they use it; be inquired, pausing and
thinking deeply, while Kodne3' was
h.-t in business meditation too.
' : I h ;i!y IbKlney ealled out:
"I'eale. I've got an entirely different
Well, don't be selfish. Share it with
nv." saio Iris partner.
"Why do the people jam the cabarets
where they only serve champagne,"
1 ccan Rodney CTeitediy. "Why do
they crov.'d the restaurants where they
put r:p a rot-. to keep you out? Why
do they in the si.tt-entL row in the
orchestra when they could have the
t '..!: 1 row in the bal-.-ony? Why do
they li ty imported chthes? Why do
tb-'V ride in rreuch automobiles? He-
cause t! ey're better? No: because
they're expensive lecaiiso they cost
more money. So all the sheep think
they ciuht to be better. My boy,
!i -ten "t he most exiensive soap in the
"My by. I could kiss you!" cried
IV-ih !elightelly. "A pupil after my
tr.vn in art oO cents a cake!" cried
"A dollar, and we'll make it a warm,
dli.ate old rose," sang Rodney.
"Lac li cake in a separate bor. witli a
:ier rose on h? lid," said I'eale.
-.".ut whit Miai; we call it?"
old rose," suggested Rodney after
a moment. .
Novelized by Samuel Field
From the Successful Play by
Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter Hackett
I RolTen doesu't uieau anything." re
I jected I'eale.
"Let's think." said Rodney.
"I am thinking. I never stop." said
"The soap tbat made rittsburgh
clean." said Rodney.
"Too long. You need something
"I had an idea awhile ago." said
Rodney "the Teople's Soap."
"Not if you're going to catch the rich
boobs," said Teale.
Then suddenly Rodney remembered
the legend in the old cookbook and
"Wait, wait! Listen! Listen close!
The 13 Soap. Unlucky for Dirt."
"ion," said Teale joyously, "it's all
over. The old nian'll be on bis knees
in a moutli."
"We open the ofiiee Monday," Rod
ney sang out.
it i.. ..7 . 'si Al 1-5. :
"f .ir r-i&H-
"You see father says I can't earn $5 a
"Where's the office?" I'eale inquired.
"Let's get one."esaid Rodney.
"With furnituie and everything,"
said I'eale. "and. say. you'd Jjetter call
up your tailor and order a couple of
After this manner began the busi
ness of the great l.'J Soap Company,
which was to bring the Soap King
Cyrus Martin to his knees and make
Rodney a rich man in his own right
so he could marry Mary Grayson.
The ofiiee of the soap company wjis
opened with Mary working for the
From time to time an undersecretary
or subtypevriiter stuck her head
through the door and announced some
one. This young person opened the
door now suddenly and announced with
mingled glee and curiosity:
"The Countess de Rowreen!"
Money, when you are chasing it up
in the form of capital, is a real will o"
tha wisp. Now you see it within your
grasp, and again your gaze is quite
blank. None of the three conspirators
in the room realized what was to come
of the rreuch and titled lady's inter
ruption and only looked upon her as
an inconvenient bore, to be disposed of
as best could be.
"Oh. that dreadful woman again."
The countess entered and came over
to Rodney at once, speaking to him in
"Vousetes Monsieur Martin?" she
"Ah. cher Monsieur Martin je suis
enchantee do vous voir."
"The dame's loony," said I'eale in an
aside to Mary.
"No; she's French," said Mary. "She
wanted to see your father, and she
doesn't speak English. 1 saw her up
at the house."
"Well. let her talk to me," Rodney
announced, remembering that be bad
taken a course in elementary French at
"Say. can ou speak French?" psked
I'eale, surprised and impressed by s
new partner's accomplishments.
'-"Not rerv weU. but lcan under-
stand-it." said Rodne'y. Then, going
over to 'the countess, ho sai l blankly
in English. "Fire ahead."
"Eh?"' said the countess.
"Let me see. Oh. yes parlez," stut
"Ah. mon Dieu enhn vous conipre
nez Franca is?" legan the countess de
lightedly. "Oui." said Rodney.
"You're immense, hid." p'tt in I'eale.
The1 one French word was enouuli to
start up the countess at her best gait.
"Je suis Madame la Comtesse de
Ileaurien je desire parlor a Monsieur
Martin apropos des affaires da savon
Je voudrais obteiur l'ageitce du s::von
Martin pour la France." she rattled o;T
in one breath.
"Wait a minute wait a minute,"
"What did she say?" asked Mary.
"She's a speedy spieler, all right."
"Would you mind saying that over,
and say it slow?" ashed Rodney of th
"Eh?" said that lady again.
"Oh. repetez ca s'il vous plait lento
ment." stumbled Rodney.
"Je suis Madame la C'omtos. e de
Reaurien je desire obtenir l'agence du
savon Martin pour la France le port::
donner cinquante mille francs pour
"Oui." svid Rodney, quite pVasod
with himself. upfn wliich the coiintes.s
was olf again:
"Et enfln voulez vous arranger cette
affaire pour lradV J'ai beaucoup de
references. Je suis riehe; je sttis bicn
connue a I'aris."
"Wait a minute wait a minute." pro
tested Rodney. Then, turning to Telle,
he interrupted plausibly:
"She wants the a coney for father's
oap for France and is wlllinc to pay
GO.'1 francs for the concession."
"How much is that in real money?"
asked Pcale quickly.
"Ten thousand dollars," said Rodney.
"Had I better tell your father?" ask
ed Mary. Rut Rodney bad an inspira
tion. "No, no! Why not keep father out of
this? We'll sell her the ng -ncy for
the 13 Soap. That'd le another ten
thousand for us. I'eale. she's a gift
from the gods!"
"Co to it." said Feale. elated.
"Rut Low can you sell her your agen
cy?" objected the prudent Mary.
"I don't know. How can I?" won
"If only Mario were here to interpret
for us!" sighed Mary.
The three partners looked at each
other helplessly. They felt as if there
were something hovering around that
ought not to be allowed to get away,
and yet it still eluded them.
"I suppose Mario's the French maid,"
ail Feale. "I'oesn't she ever c-oir.e to
the office? It might pay us to send up
for her. Get a taxi. Ruy one. to get
$10,000 back on it."
Rut as luck would have it Marie her
self burst through the door at this r:o
ment. shrieking violently v.t the under
secretary in her native gibbet ish. Sh?
was another gift from heaven, said
Rodney. It was the work of a few
minutes to Introduce the two compa
triots nd turn tin ni loo or, "ach
other. Rodney bundled them into a
side room so the rest could bear them
selves think, he said. Then he sour
Mary and I'eale after them. Mary, on
second thought, to translate i Vale's
idaug and Marie to put it into French.
Suddenly a door opened, and he
started guiltily, but bis fears turned
to hope when he saw Mr. William
Smith coming in. Old Uncle William
Smith. no of the oldest friends ;f the
family, had been one of the capital
possibilities he had had in mind.
Mr. Smith was nt really an uncle,
but bore that title only by way of cour-
i tesy. Rodney's mother and Mrs. Smith
had been at school together, and lliir
children, in the t nder ye ns wheii th
real and the pretended are not clear to
them in the matter of un -It s. i,u al
ways looked upon their eiders as re
lated. I'ncle Wiiliam Smith, when
Rodney was a boy, used to make a
great show of looking through all hi-;
pockets to see if he had a nic'uei in
them for him. Would be lind anything
now? lie would tackle I'ncle William
for $10nkJ. Would be fall? Well, he
Peale sduck his head through the door
at this moment to catch Rodney's e. e
and execute a large and on the whole
encouraging wink apropos of tic
French interview. Rodney gave anoth
er wink to I'eale that sail volumes
about Mr. Smith.
"That's all now, Mr. I'eale," said
Rodney, raising his voice.
"Yes sir, I understand." said I'eale,
winking again. "He takes iiO.UOO shares
"Yes, quite light," said Rodney as
Teale's Lead disappeared.
"Who the deuce is that, Rod?" asked
Mr. Smith briskly.
"Oh, one of my staff," said Rodney
"One of your what?" asked Mr.
Smith, amazed. j
. "-Uy stall; I've fe'one into buiaxess,"
1 .w ."IT C
It Was the Work of a Few Minutes to
Turn Them Loose on Each Other.
"You've done what?" asked Mr.
Smith, laughing uproariously.
"Cone into business. I'm a business
man." repealed Rodney.
"That's the funniest thing I've ever
heard of," said Mr. Smith.
(To Be Continued.)
AT THE WOODMAN
. HALL TUESDAY NIGHT
From Saturday's DaPy.
The Knights and Ladies of Security
of this city have be.-n very fortunate
n securing for thc-iv entertainment at
.he lci'ge room on next Tuesday even
ing cf Miss M. C. Hutchinson of Kirks-
.i!Ie, Missouri, who is considered one
of the foremost platform entertain
ers on the American continent, and
ho- appearance has always been the
jocasion of a great deal of pleasure to
h"r audience. .Miss Hutchison is an
irtistic impersonator and inte;-
prttcr of the writings that make up
he best things i i life and literature
She i? a woman of rare intellect and
emotional force, po.-.-essing the grace
wvA force demanded so much of a
platform speaker and her appearanc
here should be greeted by a large
audience. Tier lenertorie includes
sot.c? of the most wer.derful maste
nieces of the English language and
her manner of presenting them has
wen a warm spot in ihe hearts of her
i. carers. For this occasion, which will
he open to the public, a small fee cf
2 cents will be charged in order to
defray necessary expenses, and every
member of the Knights and Ladies,
as well as all lovers of high-class
entei tainment, should be present to
enjoy the occasion.
The undersigned will offer at Pub
lic Auction at his late home on the
Herman Roster place, six miles west
cf I'lattsmouth, commencing at 10:00
o'clock a. m.. on
IRIIY, FEBRUARY 11,
the following described property, to
wit: One bay marc, 8 years old. weight
Or.e gel ling, 8 years old, weight
One snan of mules, 10 years old,
One McCormiek binder.
Or.e IeCcrmick mower.
One Case gang plow.
One John Deere gang plow.
One John Deere t'.vo-rovv machine.
One John Deer lister.
One stalk cutter.
One harrow, good as new.
Two Ne Departure cultivators.
One Hooier press drill.
One Newton wagon.
One Weber wagon.
One spring wagon.
One top buggy.
One hay rack.
One set driving ha- r.ess.
Four sets one ar.d a half inch har
ness. One Galloway feed grinder.
One ' I. H. C. gasoline engine, two
rnd one-half horse.
One cream separator.
One Idsadow washer.
And many other articles too numer
ous to mention.
Lunch Will Be Served at Noon.
TERMS OF SALE:
AH sums cf $10 and under, cash in
hand; on sums over 10 a credit of
ciht months will be given, purchaser
giving good bankable paper at eight
per cent interest. All property must
b? settled for before being removed.
HENRY HIRZ. JR.
W. Ii. Young, Auctionecc.
Ray Patterson, Clerk.
From Friday's. Daily.
John Fight was a passenger this
afternoon for Omaha, where he will
visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Adam Meisinger of the vicinity of
Cedar Creek, was hers yesterday for
a short time looking rfter some mat
ters of buisness.
W. B. Porter of Mynard was in the
city yesterday afternoon for a few
hours looking after seme matters of
business and calling on his friends.
Henry Horn was a passenger this
morning for Omaha, where he will
visit for the day with his son, Harry
Horn, at the hospital in that city.
Mont Robb, the genial Union grain
man, was in the city last evening to
take in the performance of "For the
Love of Mike" at the Parmele thea
ter. J. D. Shrader of Murray was in the
city for a few hours today en route
from his home to Omaha, where he
was called on some matters of busi
ness. W. H. Seybert of near Cullom was
among the visitors in the city yes
terday afternoon for a ; hoi t time, re
turning home on the "Schuyler" yes
Fiank Rhoden, from near Murray,
was here yesterday for a few hours,
and wihle in this city took advantage
of the occasion to attend "For the
Love of Mike" at the Parmele theater.
Shc-riff Minor cf Euaalo county, Ne
biaska, was here today for a few
hours looking after the locating of a
gentleman who was wanted in Kear
ney, but was not successful in his
Ben Becker and wife, who have been
here enjoying a honeymoon visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Rhoden, near Murray, departed this
morning for their heme at Osmond,
Father M. A. Shine was a passeng
er this morning for Lincoln, where
he will address the members of Avery
chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution, on the "Spirit of Ameri
canism" this afternoon.
Mrs. Fied Nolting came in this
morning from her farm home and de
parted on the early Burlington train
for Blair, Neb., where she will visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Steppatt, over Sunday at their home
near that place.
Henry Shoemaker, J. G. V'under
lich and Ernest Orens, from the vi
cinity cf Nehawka, were in the city
Thursday, coming up to attend the
funeral of Fred Engelkcmeier. While
here Mr. Shoemaker paid the Journal
office a pleasant call.
Ronne rriedrich, who for the past
two years has been making his home
in Knox county, Nebraska, and who
has been here visiting at the home of
his uncle, M. L. Friedrieh and family,
departed this morning on No. G for
Pekin. Illinois, his old home, where he
will visit his parents.
Edward Spreick of Stanton, Neb.,
came in yesterday for a visit at the
home of his father-in-law, John Mc
Nurlin and wife. He has been at
South Omaha with cattle and came
down to enjoy a visit with home folks.
While here he called at the Journal
office and renewed his subscription to
the Old Reliable for another year.
From Saturday s Dally.
Miss Leona Dwy.?r returned to
Omaha this afternoon after a visit
here with relatives end friends.
Leslie Neal was a passenger this
afternoon for Waterloo, Nebraska,
where he will visit over Sunday with
relatives in that place.
E. II. Schulhof was a passenger this
morning for Omaha, where he will
spend the day locking after some mat
ters of business in his line of piano
Simon Clark was among those go
ing to Omaha this morning, where he
will take treatment of one of the spec
ialists in that city for a gathering in
John Bcrgmann was among those
going to Omaha to visit for a few
hours at the hospital in that city.
J. H. Becker and John Albert were
passengers to Murdock this morning,
where they will attend to some busi
Henry R. Gering was among those
coming down from Omaha this after
noon to visit for a time here with
relatives and friends.
Fritz Vallery was a passenger this
afternoon for Omaha ior a short visit
with friends, but will return in time
to play at a farm dance this evening.
Mrs. Robert Newell and Mrs. Jesse
Brady were among those going to
Omaha this morning, where they will
visit for the day, looking after some
matters of business.
Mrs. E. V. Cook mil Miss Nettie
Hawksworth were among these going
to Omaha this morning, where they
will visit for a few hours with
Robert Will was a visitor in Omaha
today for a few hours with relatives
Attorney C. II. Taylor of Omaha
was here for a time today looking af
ter .some matters at the court house.
M. A. Boyer was a visitor in the
metropolis today for a short time, re
turning this morning to his home in
Misses Marie Kaufman and Alpha
Petersen were among those going to
Omaha this morning, where they will
visit for the day with friends.
Miss Bertha Bonge returned to
Omaha this morning after a visit here
for a .few days at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Emma Pease and family.
Mrs. Anna Nichols, who has been
here visiting her daughter, Mrs.
George B. Mann, for a short time,
departed this morning for her home at
Mrs. Henry Snoke of Eagle arrived
in the city last evening to visit her
husband, County Commissioner Snoke,
and while here visited for a short time
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Col. W. S. Askwith, superintendent
of the Masonic Home, was a passeng
er this morning for Omaha to attend
a meeting of the board of control of
the Nebraska Masonic Home associa
tion. James Robertson departed this
morning for Omaha, where he goes
to attend a meeting of the board of
control of the Masonic Home associa
tion. County Attorney A. G. Cole was
among tho. e going to Omaha this
morning, where he will visit for a few
hours, and look after some legal mat
ters. John Hall of Pender, Neb., who has
been visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Hall, south of this city, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hall, in this city,
and other relatives in this vicinity for
the past week, returned home this
A. F. Eastwood of Morrill, Nebras
ka, who has been here visiting his par
ents, was called horn? this afternoon
by word announcing the serious ill
ness ef one of his business as
rociates. Miss Marie Booknuyer came in last
evening from Omaha, where she is en
gaged in teaching in the city schools
there ar.d she will enjoy a visit here
over Sunday with her mother and
other relatives and friends.
LAND FOR SALE.
120 acres, 4 miles southeast of
Weeping Water; 1C0 acres plow land;
5.000.00 worth of improvements.
Price $110.00 per acre.
200 acres, 2 miks northeast of Wa
bash. Neb., .good all-rund farm, well
imp'oved. Price lo0.00; good terms.
I have ;r.any others that are good
bargains. "Write or call on me for
what you want. John Colbert,
Weeping YTater, Neb.
T.i'u'-'.t .......?. .T.r'wTt.Ti
z. TV.-A. ROBERTSON,
J- East of Riley Hotel.
J. Coates' Block,
J Second Floor. l-
m-:- 454- -:-i"i--M-
Ernest Horn came down frcm Oma
ha this afternoon to spend a short
time visiting here with relatives and
f i iends.
!ITI( i: OF M IT TO M I FT TITI.K
In llir Dislricl ourl of I lie ( ciuul) of
tfaraii M. Hamsun, .Surah Elizabeth
Martin and Kva May Harvey,
William Harrison, et al.,
To William Hartisop, if livinur, if dead,
iiis luirs, tlevisces, legatees :ind per
sonal representative;', and a!! peron3
inierestctl la his estate, whose names
are unknown, and Har
rison, wife of said William Harrison,
wiiose first real name id unknown,
tie fend ants:
You and each of you'are hereby noti
fied that on the I'th day of Hecomber,
A. I . 1M5, the above named plaintiffs
fi'.ed their petition in the Histrict Court
of the County of Cass, Nebraska,
avrainst you and each and all of you as
defendants, the object and prayer of
which petition is to quiet plaintiffs'
title in and to the following ds'iibe.l
real estat '. to-wit: The Southwest
quarter tSWi of Section eiuht (SI,
in Townshin Twelve 1. North, of
lianvre ten 10), Fast of Gth 1. M., in
Cass County, Nehraska. to forever ex
clude and enjoin you and each of you,
and all poisons claiming by, through or
under von, from claitnimr any riht.
title, fiaim, lien or interest in or to
the said i t a l estate or any part thereof,
and to require each of you to set forth
your riht, title, interest or lien there
in, if any. e'ther leiral or equitable, ami
to have "tha- same attjudutd inferior to
plaint i:Ts" title to sahl land, and for
equitable relief. Plaintiffs allege that
they aiei Samuel W. Harrison, from
whom they inherited said real estate,
have ben in the actual, continuous,
open, notorious, exclusive and adverse
possession and ownership ef all said
lands, ciaimiuir the i-ame against all
the world and especially against the
defendants herein, since prior to the
Yon and each of you are further
notified that you are required to answer
said petition on or before the 1'lst day
of February, A. D. l!lfi, ami if you fall
so to do, your default will be entered
therein and judgment entered in ac
cordance with the prayer of plaintiffs'
Hated this od day of January, A. D.
sak.mi m. hai:t:ison.
saiiah fuzahkth maktin",
kva may hakvkv,
rALMER, TAYLOK I'ALMKK,
oiim:it to miow -t i: i on
i.i rK.f: to sr.i.u itr:L.
Ill Hit I)ltriet Court of (ana t'oiiut.
In the Matter of tl.e Application jf
lirnry -jnk'. iuai il ;a n 01 th- K.-ta'"
of Km ma ilandrock, 1 1 om'l'iil, n',.
Fr.-ila llaielrock, Aitinir Ma i,' I r ( k.
''ail Haieliork. Ntti- ll.iii.innk,
Helen Haiidrork. Walter 1 1 .j I; I ! . k .
an3 Mariruei ito Hareli uek. Minor-. !:
IjO-iVf t" .-.ell Ileal Instate.
n iealire-r and tWnn the .-t it i-n
Uily veritied I.y Henry --nkt , na i 'I ia n
of tat.- pel son ami estate tf l.mei.i
Han-lrook, ineitiiipetent. ami I're.l.i,
Harelioek, Artl.nr llan!r'k. i'ai.
IlamlrntU. N' ttie H.tmlit.tk. a
Hamlroek. Walter Humiro' k. ami Mt
qnerite Hamlroek. minors, tor a liien--to
sell the intfitsts or .-ai.l iri'-ompeteat
yrul minors in the f o I ; iv i ri t, ile-.iite.
real estate. to-lt: .'ill that part of the
.- onthwest tjaaitei- of seilion hvcnlv
U'J), township ten (ltd, Kanue nim- (..
1 V! iilt north of 11, e I-i : l t of way of t e
Missouri J'aeilie Kailwav. ami loiitaifi
iaH' 4-.. aires more or le.- in 'a.-
t'ounty. Nt-hiriska. for th n rito.- of
raising fumls for the payinir off .f
mnil-;i-c of f l.r.ioi mt v ith interest, oa
sai'l laml ami others laml. ami f"i th"
dm- of pa Villi; tie expense or ! u
ami for the ma l n t ena in e ami sup
port "t s.ii'l lm-onipei'-ni aim mirioi
lor the e.i.iiatl'-n 'I sael Ii -.
ami it appearinn from saPl petition that
sai'l r.al estate eonsi t s of farm himls
a:.i sintahle miiIv for f,nm p.i i p ..
rr is th i:i:i:f ki: i;i i:i:i:i that
the next of km of sai'l i m an pet . n t nrd
sai-1 minors ami all persons int'i'ste.1
i-i sai'l estate appeal' l.efore me at
chandlers in the romt house In tl o.tv
ot l'lattsniout ii. I'ass t'ounty. Net i.i.-k.i,
on the titii ilay of Man h. 1 1 . at :
o oi k a. in., t show ( aase, if !.! v
there he. WllV !iee,se shoul'1 n "t
Krante'l to sai'l Henry Snok-. ' a a 1 '1 .a n.
to sell it a I estate for the pu I pise a ho e
Ami it is further oruere.I that a opv
of this order he Set Ve 1 till all pel M l,
lnlelest-il in sahl estate hv heilii; pli -lifheil
in the I'lattsm oith Jo-itmii tor
three successive weeks, sail I'l.itt--
mouth .lotunal heme a newsj
printeil ami puhlisi.t.l at I'lattsm
m sail 'ouiity, am! ot nem-iul tin
i pt r
U .! "
l.-ate.l at Flatt.-mout h tliis Tth tluy
of January, lylh
jamks t. i:k;i.i:v.
Ju'lre of Iijstil.t I'oiitt.
oriri: to ficniiToii.
In on niy 'url.
STATi: F NKF.UASKA.
ass Countv, ss.
In the Matter of tl.e Ktafe of I'.en
j.iniiii F. Horninir. Iease.l:
Notice is herehy civcri to tie eletlit
ors of sai'l ileeea-e.l that laiintrs will
he hail upon claims t.ied auam: -ael
estate. 1 t tore me. County .lu.lye of
County, Nehraska. at the Cant-. Cum
room in I '!a 1 1 suiou t h, in said oiinty.
on the 4th diiv of .Marth, 1!M'.. and
the ."t!l of S. lit . Ill her. J'.'I'h at
o'etii k a. m., oat !i d i for a in i aa t ei.
ad : '1st meat arol alloanr-e.
t laims must tiled in said court
Let ore said last hoar of ! . .-a r I ti a .
Y it re-
ml seal of sail
Court, at riattsmoiit :,. .sema'-sa, u.is
'th -lav of January, l'.'l',.
(S.al) ' ai.liin .1. i:i;i:s x.
Count v .I ld-'e.
o i ii i; ti i"ni:niToii.
In on ill v I ourl.
STATK OF NKiaiASKA,
Cass County, ?.-'.
In the Matter of the KsUte of James
Cassit'-v. I e. t ased :
Notice is herehy aivrn to the creditors
of said O'-t'eaM-d that hearings will !
had upon claims lile.l against said
estate, l.efore no-, Cuntv Je-ls-e of 'ass
Countv, Nehraska. at the County Cent
room in l'lattsmiuit ! in said County,
on the l-ith day of I-VLruary. 1 ! 1 . and
..a the titli day if S-pt ra U f. ll-l'i. at
10 o'clock a. in., fin h day for examina
tion, adjustment and allowame
All claims mast le fpietl in said t."iit
on or l.efore said last hour of hearini:
Witness my hand and seal t.r sail
Count v Court, at 1 "ia t tsmout 1 . Nhias
ka. this I'otli day of .lamiarv. I'M;.
,eal Al.LKN .1 F.i:i:"N.
J - ' T -4 ka
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Bur
lington & Missouri River R. R. Com
pany in Nebraska, will be held in
Piattsmouth, Nebraska, at 10 a. m.,
February 24, 19ir,.
The meeting will be held for the
election of nine directors of the com
pany to serve until their successors
are elected and qualified, and for the
transaction of such other business as
may legally come before it.
C. J. ERNST, Secretary.
Omaha, Nebraska, January 5, llMfl.
To All Whom It May Concern:
The Commissioner appointed to
view and report on the expediency of
establishing and lx.--.ting a public
road 10 feet wide, running across
the North East Quarter (NE 1-4 of
Section Twenty-two (21), in Town
ship Ten (10), North, Range Thirteen
(13), East of the Uh Principal Meri
dian, parellel and adjacent to and on
the north side of the Right-of Way
of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Com
pany, where said right-of way crosses
said land, has reported in favor of the
establishing thereof; and all objec
tions hereto, or claims for damages,
must be filed in 4Ve Cour ' .-rk's
OTlce on or bei
;' o.' March,
it at! will be e;
f"i. . q . l'."th
i : n, Mu ii
.ed wit.. oat lef-
Done at Piattsmouth, Neb., this
loth day of January, 1010.
GDI. WH. DUNN,
18 to 20 years experience is
vorth something to those who
have property for sale.
I am always after the High
Dollar for Your Goods.
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