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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEK LT JOURNAL.
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-cr liorv'-s a statement," Feale
v.t-Lt i;i n Cilery, taking LLs
i ijili versk'U of Mary's stute-ii:.-i;t
ofi iis tile.
Twe:.iy-nvi thousand i-Ight hundred
: il l t'iu'iiu-fii il-dlars." Ellery read off
fr.-ui it. iioMing It in his gloved baud.
"AimI ::iije ceiits." added I'eale.
That !-uiiIs rather rlpriii."' Ellery
: .d..:iiiel. "Should 1 have to do any
"Yi'-.i work? I should say not." said
if c(.v.re," added Rodney, "before
I -a:i promise to let yea in Mr. Feale
r.-. :",. I have to agree."
you agree':" asked Cilery, ad
Irc iv.iz I'eale for the Crst time.
i Hi. ;. o. I agree I agree!" said
Pea!.' perhaps a shade too quickly.
"X'-w. what do you say. Ellery ?"
asked i:.Iney, trying not to nppear too
V.'t'-ry "ut the silver head of his cane I
::- ! .-': luoulh and sucked at it a Ion?
Ti: do it." he said at last.
"tl-J's ia h'.s heaven. All's right
with the world." chanted Feale.
Tlavt- yon the money with you?"
a-k.-d Rodney, bis heart beating.
Why. no." said Cilery, opening his
Then you'll send us a cheek today?'
I :t In Feale.
F-.tt Cilery wouldn't get the money
until next week, it seemed. Ills fa
ther ha in't promised it till next Mon
day. He couldn't ask him for It now,
yu see. Cilery was afraid he couldn't
really. His father was out of town.
"Cut we can't agree to hold the mat
ter open until next Monday," said Rod
"No. r.-t till way next Monday,"
Pe-rCe nrraod. "Why don't you teJ
Yes, that wouldn't be so distressing,
C'.'ery thought. If he could get him It
v. -.:! be considerably easier to talk
t Lina n the phone. He could always
rli.-- ;T then.
"Come this way. then. It'll be quiet
er for yu if he's noisy," said I'eale
. riy. u -ffdin? him to a booth. "Nev
er mind the s cial chatter," he added
a M iry rame in and Cilery stopped
rail; with her. "Cilery, you don't
r..:::-l my calling you Cilery, do you.
i::: -ry? You see. Cilery has work to
d he went on for Mary's benefit.
"It's very pleading to find you both
o N-;.stiy chnrming to me." said El
lery. And thr.t wn? a model son. thought
F-'.'.'e. Thank iod he wns a black
s'. L:::is. if. That wns always the
v. .: - with money; It was never in the
'. :.n' hi!e there wns still anoher
chance, for M iry informed him that
6 ri--rv..r A
if'. tic Z3Jp. i
"Oh, you little life saver."
boat had docked three
"Oh. Roluey, by the way.
"did you find out how Cilery's doing?"
"He's h-iui, great," said Rodney.
"I la -n't made a cent. Wanted to bor
ro.v some money from me."
"Your father would be glad to hear
that." she laughed.
"Whne is our wandering countess?"
s:tn I'eale just as Miss Burke came in
"The 'ountess de Bowreeu."
Fy golly, she's entering on the cue,"
sji 1 Feale joyfully.
"We're safe now," said Rodney.
"Oh. I do hope so." sighed Mary.
It took some maneuvering to manage
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Novelized by Samuel Field
From the Successful Play by
Roi Cooper Megrue and Walter Hackett
the coming countess with her $10,000
and Cilery with his prospective $2,500.
Thej- needed either or both of them to
cover up that $-.500 they had band
ed to Jones. Mary and Rodney dared
not think what would happen if new
capital could not be obtained In time.
Then Just as the countess wns about
to be shown In the capable Cilery stuck
his head In the door and vowed be
could not manage the telephone; he
never had run a switchboard; he was
not good at mechanical problems. Mary
was told off to ring up his father for
him, and Feale called after her to hold
his hand or kiss him anything to leave
the floor clear for the countess. Need
less to say, the kiss -was not suggested
Rodney ran to a window and pulled
down a shade on which was blazoned:
He turned round to greet her full of
hepe. He was sure he could under
stand anything she said about money.
He would leave to Ambrose the pleas
ant sensation of spending it on adver
tising. When she finally swept In he met her
with a delighted air and kissed her
hand, which was the way in which he
had conceived the part. He also said
bon Jour, twice, and pointed to the
shade that bore the French advertise
ment. Rodney could make out also
that she inquired if they had received
her letter? Feale had been listening
intently and couldn't keep still.
"Oh. yon little life saver," he chirped.
He. too. kissed her hand, on Rodney's
telling him It was French stuff. She
looked like money. Ambrose thought.
She must have it
"Ask her. ask her!" he whispered to
"Have you the money?" Rodney ask
ed her nervously, thus enjoined,
"Eh?" said the countess.
"Come on. kid, say yes, say yes."
whispered Feale, snapping his fingers.
"Vous avez l'argent?" Rodney began.
"Oul, oui, j'ai de l'argent," said the
"What does she say?" asked Feale
"She saj-s yes," interpreted Rodney.
Feale gave a suppressed squeal of de
light "The money with you?" Rodney ask
ed a sain.
"Oui. j'ai de l'argent lei." responded
the countess, opening her bag and tak
ing out a check.
"Draft for $20,000." Rodney Interpret
' Slip it to me. kid; slip it to me. I'm
dying on my feet," cried Feale. as the
Rodney explained now that she want
ed to send the draft to the bank to
get it cashed; that she was not known
there, and that she would give thtm
"I'll make a world's record getting
it cashed." said I'eale, and reached
greedily for the check. The countess
pulled it back, however, in surprise,
and only gave it up again when Rod
uey explained that his manager was
oing over to tbt-brink. Feale grabbed
it, then iuscd dramatically.
"Say, wait a minute," he whispered
"What is itr asked Rodney.
"Why don't we stall the countess
off?" susrg"sted Feale.
"What for?" asked Rodney.
"Why, borrow the money from her
and keep the whole $20,000 for a couple
of days. Get me?"
What followed this speech gave Am
brose Feale one of the biggest sur
prises of his life. The countess had
been watching the conversation eager
ly, like a bird, turning her bend quick
ly from Feale to Rodney as they spoke
t t,, ,
"lorrow ' her money she broke out into
perfectly good American.
"Why, you cheap grafter!" she cried
Indignantly, with a real Bowery ac
cent "She spoke English!" cried Rodney,
and the countess suddenly covered her
mouth with her hand, realizing for the
first time that she had given herself
"Suffering cats! She's a fake!" Rod
The countess agreed, shrugging her
"So is the draft Gee, you were
"Well, you're frank anyhow." Rod
ney said to her.
"Why not? It's all cold now."
"What was the game, kid?" Feale
asked her, taking a professional inter
est. "I was going to trim you for the
000 change from that draft," said the
"But why pick on us?"
"I didn't start out to. You wished It
on yourselves," said the countess. "I
came to trim your father. You re
member I wanted to see him. But I
looked so soft yon thought you'd grab
me off and sell me the French agency
of your 13 Soap. I didn't think your
father could be" as big a boob as you
were, so I changed my plans."
"Now I'm going to get the cops to
get you!" said I'eale sternly.
"I should burst into laughter!" cried
the countess. "Why, you pikers. I'm
on. You're busted. Yon haven't got
any money, and you have got n phony
"Now. see here," expostulated Rod
ney. "Freserve it preserve it." the count
ess interrupted. "Don't forget I've un
derstood everything you two guys were
talking about." To Rodney she said:
"Kiss her hand; it's French stuff."
"Ah. there, you little life saver."
"The money with you l'argent aveo
vous? Gee. your French is rotten."
To Feale, who moved away from her:
"Shall I kiss her?"
Then she added after a pause:
"Send for the cops and I'll blow the
whole thing to tho papers."
She rested her gloved fingers coo!!y
on her umbrella handle and surveyed
the two boys.
"Well. I guess we're quits. If you
had any money I'd ask fur a piece of
change to keep me quiet But as it is
I can't waste my time."
"You're not French at all?" Rodney
"I was educated over there. Im
mense, wasn't I? You never tumbled
"But why the foreign stuff?" Feale
"Well. I can talk good French, but
my English is punk," explained the
"You won't say anything now?" Rod
"No. I don't hit a fellow when he's
Anyhow, we're all in the same
r- y.:r v &
Iff ip- V
v-r. . j
Three fakes.- I'll
keep mum if you do.'
class. Three fakes
I'll keep mum if
Oh. money, money!
So much for the SUUWiO. Th" $2,500
w.i no nearer, as was presently to
appear, when Ellery Clark stuck his
head in the door, grinning, and asked
to see Rodney a moment. Feale could
net help noticing the change that haJ
come over the countenance of Elhry.
"Y'ou seem very beastly j)!eased. Cl-
i lery, ne sam. is eieryiuing an rignr
! about father
Oh, yes. so to speak, in a way.
Ellery, still grinning.
"What do you mean so to speak, in
a way?" I'eale demanded, suddenly
Oh, money, money!
And Cilery explained. The trouble
was that Ellery couldn't get father on
the telephone, and that did make it so
much easier, Ellery thought. lie did
not fancy talking to father about mon
ey. That was the truth, and he couldn't
get father because father was off on
Cong Island sound somewhere with
his yacht and wouldn't be back till
Monday. Apparently Ellery was re
lieved by this unavoidable postpone
ment and so he grinned and thought
it was all right
Foor Ambrose, thinking of the $2,500,
thought it was all wrong.
The countess, taking in the general
appearance of Ellery, thought some
thing might be doing, for she eagerly
and promptly dropped her handker
chief. Ellery pounced uion it at once,
handing it to her with a flourish.
"Is there no one to take me to my
taxi?" she cried next It was a gen
eral invitation, which Ellery accepted
on the spot.
"These American buildings are so big
I am lost," she went on. with u more
marked accent than she had used ii
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
"Cilery, you take the countess," sug
gested Rodney, willing now to get rid
of them both.
"Oh. I'd love to," said Ellery. "I
say charming, what?"
"lime, la Comtesse de Beanrien El
lery Clark," said Rodney, introducing
"Dee-lighted," cooed the countess.
"So am I," said Ellery, adding audi
bly, "Ripping little filly."
"You speak the French?" the count
ess purred as they went toward the
"Xo, not at all," said Ellery.
"But I can speak German."
"Aber prachtvoll ich ilebe das
"Warum laden Sie mich nlcht zum
"Mit dem groessten"
"Y'es," said Ellery, relieved, "that's
the word Yergnuegen."
"Au revoir, Mr. Martin." said the
countess, looking back at Rodney over
her shoulder. "Vous etes trop aimable.
Je vous remercie beaucoup de votre
poliiesse. Au revoir." Then in her
American accent she added to Feale iu
an undertone. "So long, kid, call me
And chattering a stream cf German
to Ellery, she went out
In fact it all went, the $2,500 and $10.
000 together. Teale viewed the two
departing figures sc.dly with mixeil
emotions. She was a ripping little filly
indeed, that "countess." as that silly
ass Clark had said, but the silly ass
was having a ride with her now in
a taxi, and the clever man, Ambrose
I'eale, was staying behind worrying
about his advertising bills. Oh, money,
(To Be Continued.
FERRY BOAT THAT GOT AWAY
The ferry boat which was carried
cut Saturday by the breaking up of
the ice in the Missouri river, has been
landed near the mouth of Keg creek,
on the Iowa side of the river, a few
miles below where the ferry operates
The boat was successfully landed there
by Claude Richardson and James Hig
ley, who were over on the Iowa side
of the river cutting ice when they saw
the ferry break away, and at once
started after the boat in a small skiff,
and after a very exciting trip through
the floating ice succeeded in reaching
the ferry boat and guiding it through
the floating cakes of ice to the Iowa
Lank, where it has been tied up until
such time as will be possible to tow
it back up stream to the ferry land
ing. It is very fortunate for the own
er of the ferry boat that the boys were
so close at hand when it broke away,
or it would have drifted even farther
down the river or have been damaged
by the ice.
OFFICERS GO TO
This afternoon County Superintend
ent Miss Eda Marquardt, County Clerk
Frank J. Libershal and Commissioners
Ileebner, Snoke and Pitz departed for
Greenwood, where they will hold a
school meeting this evening to take
up the petition of the residents of the
Greenwood school district for an en
largement of their district by two sec
tions of land. At present this dis
trict consists of four sections, but they
are asking that they be allowed six
sections, as provided by law, and this
will be taken up and discussed thor
oughly at the meeting with the resi
dents of all the school districts which
might be affected by the change in the
redisricting of that section .of the
county, as would probably be neces
sary if the changes are made. The
result in this section of the county will
be watched with interest, as there are
a number of other districts which de
sire to take advantage of the law in
regard to an increase in land for all
schools carrying a tenth grade in their
school. The matter is quite a problem
to handle to the satisfaction of all
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From Friday's Dailj'.
Jacob Bengen drove in this morning
from his home near Idynard to spend
a few hours here looking after some
trading with the merchants.
Mrs. John Wiles and daughter, Miss
Bessie, were amon?: those going to
Omaha this morning, where they will
visit for a few hours, looking after
some matters of business.
Thomas McKinney, wife and little
son, who have been here visiting with
their relatives and friends for a short
time, departed this morning for their
home at Silver City, Iowa.
Hon. W. B. Banning of Union was
in this city for a few hours today, en
route to Omaha, and on account of
the washout on the M. P. was com
pelled to make the trip over the Bur
lington. C. C. Wescott returned home last
evening from Omaha, where he had
been in attendance at a meeting of
the Nebraska Retails Clothiers' as
sociation, which has been in session
there for the past few days.
Glen Perry came in this morning
from his home near Murray and de
parted on the early Burlington train
for Omaha, where he will spend the
day with his wife, who is at the Pres
byterian hospital in that city recover
ing from an attack of appendicitis.
County Superintendent Miss Eda
Marquardt was out in the county visit
ing the schools yesterday and when
she sought to return home in the
evening to attend th;j play at the Par
mele, found the Four Mile creek so
high that she was compelled to remain
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Orvil Smith and little daughter, of
Henderson, Iowa, who have been here
visiting at the home of A. W. Smith
and family, departed this morning for
Omaha, where the little girl will have
one of her lower limbs placed in a
cast again for an injury she sustained
several weeks ago, and which has been
under treatment by a specialist.
From Saturday's Daily.
Joe Warga of Havelock came down
this morning to visit here over Sun
day with relatives and fnends in the
old home town.
Miss Margie Walker of Murray
came up last evening from her home
to visit here for a short time with
friends in this city.
Karl Roessler departed this after
noon for Cedar Creek, where he will
visit over Sundav at the John Busche
home near that place.
A. B. Fornoff of near Cullom was
among the farmer visitors in the city
today for a few hours, looking after
the week-end shopping.
Miss Helen Jess came in this after
noon from Tecumseh, where she is
teaching school, and will visit here
with her parents and friends ever Sun
day. F. J. Hennings and son, Albeit
drove in this morning from their home
in Eight Mile Grove and spent a few
hours here looking after some matters
Mrs. S. E. Kerr and daughter, Miss
Elizabeth, were among the passengers
this morning for Omaha, where they
will spend a short time and visit with
Mrs. Val Burkle and son, Robert,
were among those going to Omaha
this morning, where they will spend a
few hours looking after some matters
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Heil of the vi
cinity of Cedar Creek drove to this
city this morning and spent the day
attending to business matters and
Joe Bucacek and two little sons
weer among the Omaha visitors today,
going to that city on the early Bur
lington train this morning, where they
will spend the day.
Grant Mann of Moorehead. Iowa,
who has been visiting at the home of
his brother-in-law, Dave Young, near
Murray, for a short time, departed
this morning for his home in Iowa.
George Reynolds came in this morn
ing from his farm home south of
town and spent several hours here at
tending to business matters with the
merchants and visiting with friends.
George Turkington, grand senior
warden of the I. O. O. F., was in this
city over night attending the meeting
of the Odd Fellows lodge, returning
this morning to his home in Omaha.
Simon Clark was in the metropolis
today for a short time taking treat
ment of a specialist for the severe
gathering he has been having in his
ear, and which is now showing im
provement. J. E. Griffin drove in from his farm
home this afternoon and attended to
some business matters and visited
friends. He was a pleasant caller at
this office and renewod his subscrip
tion to the Daily Journal.
W. II. Heil and wife drove in this
morning from their home in Eight
Mile Grove precinct and visited here
for a few hours and met their son,'
Wc ofT.T One Hnn.Jrod Dollars n-',(ril for ni
riHf or Cnt::rrli that cuum.t b- up-U Vy Hall I
h. J. CHENTY re. Toledo. O.
Wf , the in!i'rs!src1, fcnve trown F J.
Chi-ut y lur t!Tj last l' j-f;;r. ui:d t' lieve liim
erfi'ftly lionoratiU; in ail Iiumu-k ti H!:iartioiii
end Jinanol iV.y utile to c:irry out n:y oViigatlol
a.ade by Lis Prm.
NAT. HANK OK COMMKKCF..
riall'B Otaxr!; Cure Is t:iVn Iitrrr.al-. actlrf
directly u;u he biood mi l iruc'is ur faces 4
tlie system. Ti'stimouials ni-iit fret-. l'riee 71
cents jxt bottle. smM by nil I inizrists. g
Take llJ'I'e Family Vllls Xor viui.lifcUat,
Paul, who came in from school in
Omaha for an over Sunday visit.
Chris Tschirren drove in from his
farm home, west of this city, today to
attend to business matters and visit
friends. While here he took time to
call at this office and have his sub
scription to the Daily Journal extend
ed for another year.
D. A. Young, from near Murray,
was here today for a short time shak
ing hands wtih his friends and look
ing after some business matters. Mr
Young has not been in the best of
health for some time and this is his
first visit for quite a while in Platts
From Thursday's I'.-iily.
Miss Marie Louise Spies went to
Murray yesterday to substitute as
teacher at the Fight school near that
II. F. Maseman of Avoca was here
for a few hours today looking after
fomc business matters, while en route
from his home to Omaha.
Adam Hild was among the visitors
in this city Saturday for a few hours,
driving in from his farm home to visit
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Fred Hesse returned this morn
ing to Omaha after a short visit here
with friends and looking after her
business interests in this city.
Ira Bates was a passenger this
morning for Omaha, where he will
secure a team which he purchased
Saturday, and drive it back to this
A. C. Carey and wife and their
guest, Mrs. A. Howard, of Ravenna,
Neb., departed this morning for Oma
ha, where they will visit for the day
in that city.
Ed H. Tiitsch diove in from his
farm home Saturday afternoon to at
tend to some business matters and
visit friends. Mr. Tritsch was a pleas
ant caller at this office.
H. Schafer of Creighton, Neb., who
has been enjoying a visit at the home
cf C. C. Hennings and family, near
Cedar Creek, departed this morning
for his home, going on the early Bur
R. H. Chrisvvis.per, from near Ne
hawka. came up last evening for a
short visit here with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. Bcr.nett Chriswisser, and
this morning ccrnrted for Omaha to
attend the auto show.
Robert Stivers cf Cedar Creek was
an over Sunday visitor here, together
with his wife and little daughter, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Clark, returning home this afternoon,
while Mrs. Stivers and daughter will
temain here for a time.
Henry G. Falter, who has been here
for the past week visiting with his
brother, J. P. Falter, and his other
relatives and friends in this locality.
departed this morning for Omaha,
where he will attend the auto show
and return tomorrow to his home at
Now is the time to have your har
ness oiled. $1.00 per set.
John F. Gorder.
In ttie ( oiinty four! of Ciimn Couuty,
In the M:ittor of t lie Instate of John
Fit . trk k, 1 leceasd.
To AH I'ersons Interested In ti e Kstate
of John Fitzjiatrick, Dcceasul:
You are herti.v notified that on the
14th (lav of February. A. I). It'lC,
Ausri:st ltaeh. as executor of said estate
filed his final account and nit it ion ask
ins the allowance of his final account,
and for an order direct irm' him to dis
tribute the residee of said estate to
such i.ersen.-s as are ly law entitled
You are not i fit
object ions, if any
port and p-tit ion,
day of Febf'tir;.
o'clock: a. ni.. or
appear and file
hi, ve to said rt
r before the 'j;:rd
A. I. F.'lfi. at 10
show cause why the
prayer of said
allowed. If no
petition should nut be
;ood cause be shown by
said tim an orncr of the ( ourt will
be entered allowing said account, ar.d
distributing the residue of said estate
to such persons as are by law entitled
to the same.
Tiv the Court.
(Seal) A1-1.KN J. EKKSOX.
C. A. KAWLS. AUO, no,-.
ftftf mm Km
WEEPING WATER, NEBRASKA
18 to 20 years experience is
worth something to those who
have property for sale.
I am always after the High
Dollar for Your Goods.
Iu the Comity Court ot Hir Comity of
In the Matter of the Kstate of Luther
II. Sevtiolt. L'-ceased.
To All I'ersotis Interested in the IC.-tat
of Luther 1:. Seybolt. Oecened. I'.otli
Creditors and Heirs of Luther II.
You are herehy notified that on th-
14th day of February, l'Jltl, John I'..
Seybolt tiled his petition In the County
Court of Cass County. Nebraska, alien
ing that on the iMh day of ocnU-i.
Luther I: Seyhoit die. intestate.
and th.it all expense ot administration.
funeral charge, exper.se of last su k
ness. and ull his just debt have been
Also alleging that he died seized of
the North half of the Southwest "juatter
f Section ten (Kit, and the South hulf
of the Northeast iuartr of Setioii
sixteen ;Ki), and also three aires in the
Southeast coiner of the North haif of
the Northeast 'piartcr of Section six
teen Cli. all in Township e ven (11).
Uanire thirteen (lo. In Cass Count,
And at the date of his death said
Luther II. Seybolt was a rcsel.-nt of
Cass County. Nebraska, that said de
ceased left i i i tn surviving as his only
heirs at law his widow, Harriet A. Se -bolt;
his son, John H. Sevbolt. and l.i.
daufthter. Mary A. Mutz, formerly Mary
A. Seybolt. That the widow, llairiet A.
Seybolt. has a homestead riuht in and
to the South half of the Xnrt!;let
quarter of Section sixteen ( 1 '. . to
Kether with three acres in the South
east corner of the North half of the
N'orth-a.-t quarter of Section sixteen
(1(, Township eleven flit. Lanue
thirteen l::. Cass- Count. Nebr.i.-ka.
and to an undivided one-third it. ! rest
in all of said real estate, sub.'i 't to said
hotne.vtead riiiht; that Joun I:. Si- bolt
and Mary A. M'ltz, each hi. vc an un
divided one-third interest in arid to all
of sai l real estate. subji-t to the home
stead riyht of Harriet A Seybolt,
The prayer of said pct;ti
decree be entered bv the- C
the f oi i-uoi nr facts to be
e stab ishintr the re-T.-i t . ve-
n Is that a
iirt ti n c i n
the parties inle-reste-d in said estate-.
You and each f you ate- heie-bv
riotiti-d t bat a hearing upon said peti
tion will be had at the County 'oi;tt
Kooni, in I 'la 1 1 sinoi! t h, Cass Countv.
Nebraska, on the iT.tl. day of Much.
l'.li. at the hour ef ten eiclok a. in.
and unless ob.ii--ct ions a i tiled m .-aid
Couit on or before said uate, the praer
if said petition will be i-iant-d. ati-l a
decree entered in u -orda re therewith.
Hated this Hth dav of February. A.
i Sea 1 1 ALLIEN J. UFLSON.
C. A KAWLF, Attorn y.
MITK'K TO f ltl IHTOHS.
In County Court.
STAT I" OF NKUP.ASKA,
Cass County, ss.
In the Matur e.f the INtate of !: n-
.iatnin F. Horninir. t.iase-d:
Notice is hereby civcu to the ercdit
ors of said deceased that hearings x 1 1 1
be- had upon claims filed atalnst said
estate, bet ore be-. County Jud:e f Ca
County, Nebraska, at the County Court
room in Flattsrnoiit h, in said County,
on the 4th day of March. 1HH".. and on
the -"til elay of September. 1 '.!;. at
oVbek a. rn., each day for examination,
adjustment and allowance.
All claims must be tibd In sa;d court
on or before said last I ur of harir.ir.
Witness my hand and seal ef sail
('ourt, at l'lattsniouth. Nebraska, this
-kill dav of January, 1 ' 1 6 .
(Seal) allln J. i:i:f.s N.
otio: to citi:iiioit.
In County ( ourt,
STATi: OF NHLJKAKA.
Cass County, ss.
In the Matter of the L.-tate of James
Notice is hereby iriven to the creditor
of said defeased that h'-atinc will be;
had upon claims filed anamst .t) I
estate, before me. County Ju dpe of Ca.-s
County, Nebraska, at the County Court
room "in I'lattsmont h. in said County,
on t le 14th day of February. HMO. at. l
on the tith day of September, KM, at
10 o'clock a. m., each day for examina
tion, adjustme nt and allowance
All claims must be- tiled iu said court
on or before said la.-t I our of h.eaiibi:.
Witness my band and seal of sail
Countv Court, at 1 "la t tsrnouth. Nebras
ka, this L'5th day of January. lli.
( sea 1 A LLLN J UK KS N
Notice is hereby piven that a meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Bur
lington & Missouri River R. R. Com
pany in Nebraska, will be held in
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, at 10 a. m.,
February 24, 191G.
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, 1016.
To All Whom It May Concern:
The Commissioner appointed to
view and report on the expediency of
establishing and locating a public
road 40 feet wide, running across
the North East Quarter (NE 1-4 of
Section Twenty-two (22), in Town
ship Ten (10), North, Range Thirteen
(13), East of the Cth 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 ritrht-of way cro?cs
said land, has reported In favor of the
establishing thereof; and all objec
tions hereto, or claims for danviges,
must be filed in the County Clerk's
Office on or before noon on the 2"th
day of March, A. D., 1D16, or such
road will be established without ref
FRANK J. LIDERSIIAL,
Done at Plattsmouth, Neb., this
15th day of January, 1916.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East of Riley HoteL
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