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THURSDAY, MAY 4. 1916.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Copyright. 1914. by Harper )
A Sharpster's Trick.
b-tIEAVY hearted, ail hiss enthusi
asm gone. Aimer climbed the
stairs to the uilice. He found
Howard :nid Miss Lizzie lth
rtvidiiitr two of the Atlauta morning V1;
pers. They looked tii as he entered.
"Disappointment for you. Uncle Ah."
Howard sail. "In souie way Frank
iCeyniond gut on to our his item and
has telegraphed it at some length. It
i-; a pity that ve couldn't he the only
ones to handle it."
"I think I see where we made a mis
take," Miss Sv.ayne spoke up. "We
ought not to have let Frank know we
had a piece of news. Of course he
went right out to see if anything was
"It don't matter it don't matter a
dang bit!" Aimer prowled, IIe picked
up the New Clarion and with a look of
high disgust began to scan the Elk
"Jackass, jackass!" he said to him
self and of himself. "Of course thar
ain't no sech a man as Thomas I.
Keith over thar; that's made up out o'
whole cloth like the balance. Le'nie
see; whar is them dans letters so much
is made of V Here they are:
"T. I. tl. A. Ci. M. E. ST,. M. S. D."
Abner went over them slowly, one by
one. Suddenly he looked up from the
paper, stared steadily at Howard and
"Io you happen to remember what
number on Main street Tarp's store is
"Ilighty-five," Howard answered.
"It's been printed often enough."
With a pvim faee and steady stride
Abner went to a window and looked
Town" qn the street below.
"Tarp's Dry Joods and General Mer
chandise Kinporiuni. 8T Main Street,
parley!" he muttered. "That's the ar
ticle he wanted to run in at 3 cents a
line, an' 1 held out fer 10. Tarpy, old
boy. I hain't sot on my hat just now,
but ef I had it on an you appeared
before me I'd take it off an sweep the
;:roiuid with.it. ."ou dou'tJooW-sio.aw-lui'.y
bright, but appearances are de
ceitful. Thank God we ain't alone in
the meso. Them bis dailies bit as
uk-k as we did ef they didn't spread
it on as thick over the'r whole front
"May 1 come in, gentlemen?" A
flushed face appeared at the door, and.
smiling apologetically. Frank Ileymond
walked in. "I hated to do it." he
laughed, "but 'all's fair in love and
war.' and I have to hold up my end
or i'se my job. My papers want all
tfc news, and If I hadn't lauded that
shark they would have thought I was
pound alseep. As you see, I cxajjger
ated some. You know I stated that all
the places of business here in town
were Fhut up."
"And that the mob broke into the
hardware store to pet picks and shov
els to take to the scene of action,"
Howard added. "You covered less
space than we did. Frank, but you lied
"Next time you'll divide with a fel
low. I reckon?" lleymond said teas-
"Ef we ever pit hold of a thins like
this we'll donate it to you free of
charge, Frank," Abner put in sarcas
tically. "News like that ain't lit for
a rural paper."
Miss Swayne was at a window now,
lookins down below. "I see Tarp's
T. D. G. A. G. M. E. 85. M. S. D."
Abner Went Over Them Slowly.
porter scattering blue and pink dodg
ers in the street. There are two boys
dolus the same thing farther down.
Tucy" are "runu!ngfasT and "yelling out
to everybody. We didn't print those
dodgers. Do you upiose he got Jira
linfto do it?"
NoWly replied, and Abner leaned
out of the window anil shouted, "Hey.
thar, loy, fetch one o' them up here!"
lie met the pantins youth at the head
of the stairs. as also did Miss Lizzie, who
took a circular and brousht it back to
"Yes. Jim mil printed it," she said.
"Bad. bad work. Good gracious, folks!
Taik about quick action! Tarp is al
ready tuniin our article Into an ad.
"Great excitement over at Elktown.
Since the first settlement of Georgia no
preater sensation has been spruns on the
state tr.an tMe vast interest over the report
of a certain burled treasure of gold. Our
enterprising paper, the New Clarion (new
in more ways than one In this ripe age of
gullibil.tj). gave the main part of its pres
ent issue to the tale, and the big dailies all
over the United States took it up with a
whoop and a yell. And what was it all
about? Why, a boy over rear Klktov.-n
discovered on a rock some mysterious let
ters. Tnev were:
"T. I). G. A. G. M. E. S3 M. S. D. And
wlien he reported it at home the entire
community went wild. They at once
dreamed out a cock and bull yarn about
an Indian finding a treasure of gold and
leaving- some letters on a rock as a guide
to the spot. The Indian princess who was
to inherit all the loot wasn't mentioned.
Neither was the young chief who was a
suitor for her hand and threw himself over
a cliff when the e'ew was lost. But lo and
baholJi It now transpires that the let
ters were painted by a sign writer the en
terprising J. L. Tarp employed to go
about decorating barns, fences and even
the face of nature itself with the rare op
portunities this great merchant !s holding
cur to the populace at large. The !etters
T. D. G. A. G. M. E. So M. S. D.' simply
stand for 'Tarp's Dry Goods and Genera!
Merchandise Emporium, 85 Main Street,
Dariev.' It looks as if any sensible per
son aware of Tarp's enterprise would have
recognized the true meaning of the let
ters, but it seems as if our wisest and
most conservative citizens made the lam
entable error herewith recorded. How
ever, while there is some little disappoint
ment over the outcome, the majority are
realizing that while a buried treasure is
out cf the question, yet a mine of pure
gold is found in the rare bargains Tarp is
offering to one and all. lie bogs respect
ful I'jave to mention in this connection
that he has just got in a full line of boys'
and men's suits which are being fairly
beaten to powder under the sledge ham
mer of cash reduction and"
"Punk!" Miss Lizzie broke off in dis
Stist. "The idea of Tarp tryins to tie
his little old business on to a piece of
news like But, say!" she frowned in
perplexity, "isn't It funny that he has
managed to make those letters exactly
" 'Tain't overly funny to me," Abner
srurtHl as he crushed the circular in
his band and dropped it on the floor.
"Has either of you boys sot hobnails
in your shoes? Ef you have I want
to squat on my all fours at the head
o' the stairs and have you kick me into
the street. An' I'd like fer the whole
dans town to see me when I hit the
Blank faces met the remark. There
was dead silence for a minute. Then
"I see it! Lord. Lord, I see it! Bun
ko is no name f'r the trick played
At this -moment -one of -Tarp'-s clerk
came and handed Daniel one of the
circulars and left. Written on the top
were the words:
Editors of the Xw Clarion:
Dear Sirs Kindly insert the inclosed cir
u!:ir among the locals in your next issue.
As they will make only a few lines I will
have to pay your price per line: but, as 1
t-MO. you. I think that rate is too steep for
arytliir.g as long, for instance, as the c.d
mirable letter from your Elktown corre
spondent, to which my circular calls mod
est attention. Respectfully yours and
with kindest regards.- J. vL. TAfiP.
Does he think we'll be fool enough
to print It?' Howard asked angrily.
"He'll have to pay us for all that
"lie's already paid me," Abner re
torted. "He's give me a million dol
lars' worth of experience. Y'es, boys,
we've got to grin. A good, healthy, for
trivin' grin is the only cure fer a dis
eue like our'u. lie's got us whar the
hair is short. We've got a chance to
make folks think we took the stuff as
nn ad. an got paid for it. But, la! ef
we kick one single bit we'll never hear
the end of it."
"I don't know what my papers will
say to me," Frank Beymond groaned
-'I'm expected to send in facts and noth
ing but facts. Now I'll have to wire
'cm that it was all a fake."
"Ef you don't the railroads may run
some excursions up that way," Abner
said. "I'd sorter hate to have the -major
and city council of Atlanta startin"
fer Elktown with campin' outfit and
Howard's place at the table in the
hotel was next to Mrs. Langham and
her daughter. He found Cora alone at
dinner one day.
"I have a surprise for you," she smil
ed, "and it may not be a pleasant one
either. Do j'ou still intend to go to At
. "Yes. I have some business Mr. Dan
lei wants me to attend to, and I "have
postponed it as long as I can. What
hs your surprise?"
"Why, I was telling mother about
your going, and it reallj- put her in the
notion of running down on the same
daj-. We have some shopping to do,
and she wants to have a look at her
flowers, which she Is afraid our house
keeper may be neglecting. We would
be there only a dLay and night, and then
come back here."
"I am glad you are going," Howard
said. "It will make the trip much more
pleasant, for 1 don't care much for At
lanta In the warm weather."
"You must take luncheon with us
when we arrive tomorrow," Cora said.
"Mother has set her heart on it. She
has already written to our housekeeper
to have everything ready. You've
never been to our home, and it is really
rather nice, even iu the summer time,
fur it Is cool and well shaded." v
With some vague misgivinss, the
nature of which Howard hardly un
derstood, he accepted the invitation.
"You will meet my father, too, 1
hope." Cora continued. "He is taking
his meals at the club; but if he is not
overwhelmed with business he will
join us at lunch. He is a very nice
man, if I do say it," she added, with
a smile; "he is rather stern in his man
ner even with mother and me, but he is
a dear, dear man." "
Howard had to do some early morn
ins work at the office the next day. and
so did not meet the Lanshams tbl just
before their departure at S o'clock.
He joined them in the observation
car at the end of the train, where they
had secured comfortable seats.
The journey was pleasant enough to
the young couple. Howard was dis
covering a side to Cora's nature that
was new to him, and he was not re
belling so strongly against her attrac
tions, lie was half convinced that he
had misjudged her in regard to her
hunger for the admiration of men, and.
after all, he began to ask himself, who
could know positively that a confirm
ed flirt might not love some particular
man as strongly and as unselfishly as
any other woman? At any rate, the
bare thought that she might actually
care for him was an attractive one.
"The carriage will meet us." Cora
informed Howard, as he got her things
together. "James is always prompt
and will be anxious to see us. We
have luncheon at 2 o'clock. It is now
11, and 3 011 may go directly home with
us if you wish," Cora added, as they
came out of the car and joined the
throng of passengers going toward the
door leading to the street. "There wiil
be plenty of room in the carriage."
"There Is somethius I must attend
to ut once," Howard answered. "I
think I had better come out later. I
misht miss the man I expect to see if
I wait till the afternoon.;
"You would if we had our way about
it," Cora answered sweetly. "Once Ave
get you out home we will keep you as
Ions us possible
The driver, a middle aged colored
man, wore a silk hat and a long, dark
blue coat with brass buttons, and as
he reached for the satchels Howard
carried he doffed his hat and bowed
servilely to the laelies.
"Why didn't Mr. Langham come?'
Mrs. Langhatn asked, as thiy all fol
lowed the driver to the resplendent ve
hicle and well groomed bays at the
edge of the sidewalk.
"Said he was too busy, miss," .Tames
answered, as he openeel the -carriage
door and stood, si ill hatless, to one
side. "Said fer me ter drive down fe
im at dinner time an fetch 'im out."
As the prancing horses bore them
away and Howard turned te cross the
street to go to the' business part of the
city he glanced back. Cora was iook
iug from a window. She waved a del
icate handkerchief at him and smiled.
All the time that he was engaged in
transacting the business he had come
te attend to Cora remained in his
Two o'clock found him alighting
from an electric car in front of the
" A young colored maid in white caj
and apron and careful step answered
Howard's ring and showed him into
the great double drawing room on the
right of an equally roomy hall, from
which a nolisbed walnut stairway
curved upward. Seating himself, he
looked about him. Beyond the farthest
parbf was a library. :;nd adjoining thi
was a smoking room, or den. Massive
plate glass mirrors in gilt frames rose
frwm the SiX,r to tllo filing at oppo-
site envuJ of tbe drawing rooms, giving
the effect of more space than could
otherwise have been obtaine-d.
He thought of Mar j- Trumbley with
a certain touch of homesickness. He
smiled as he fancied seeing her seated
in one. of the wing chairs opposite him.
?he would be too well bred to smile,
but she would be houest enough to
think, and she would condemn hi.
presence there. And, after all. why
had he come? Whj- was he pajing
such attention to Cora Langham
Why unless attracted cither bj- her
personality or social position?
(To Be Continued.)
I have room for 15 head of stock
in pasture. Inouire of E. M. Ruby,
Weeping Water. Phone 1403.
Kr. Collier Says Could Not Kssp
Bouse Without Black-Draeght.
Hardin, Mo. Mrs. J. W. Collier, of
this town, who knows from experience
of the merit of Black-Draught Liver
Medicine, has following to say fer
publication: "I want to let everybody
know that I have used Thedford's
Black-Draught for manyyears, and i
is just what is claimed for it. 1 am
never without Black-Draught, and
really I couldn't keep house without it,
Whenever I feel bad, I take a cmal
dose, and feel better right away.
I advise everybody who suffers
from Ever or stomach trouble to use
Black-Draught Liver Medicine."
For three-quarters of a century
(75 years), Thedford's Black-Draught
has been regulating irregularities of
the liver, stomach and bowels, and hr.s
long been recognized as the standard
remedy. It is a fixture in thousands
of homes as the main stay of the fam
ily medicine chest.
If you have not tried it, get a pack
age! from your nearest dealer, today.
He sells it in 25c and $1.CC packages,
making it cost you only one cenc a
From Tuesday's Dally.
Will Jean was a visitor in Omaha
yesterday looking after some matters
of business and calling on his friends.
Col. J. B. Seyboldt of Murray was
here for a few hours today looking
after some matters of business with
Hon. W. B. Banning of Union mo-
icved up this afternoon to spend a
few hours looking after some matters
of business at the court house.
H. C. Creamer of Hurray, one of
the road overseers in that district, is
here today attending the meeting of
the board of county commissioners.
John II. Busche of near Cedar
Creek was in the city today for a few
:ours looking aftar some road work
with the county board at their meet
George M. Hiid and wife were
among those going to Omaha this
moir.ing -where they will visit for a
few hours looking after business mat
ters and calling on their friends.
E. A. Lorenz departed this morning
for O'Dell, Nebraska, where he will
attend the funeral of his sister-in-
law, Mrs. W. J. Lorenz, which will be
held tomorrow from the late home in
Mrs. Isaac King of Superior, Ne
braska, who has been here visiting her
brother, J. W. Crabill, and family, for
few days and attending the funeral
rf Mrs. Aliie Kennedy, departed this
morning for her home.
Miss Emily McGregor of Sargent,
Nebraska, is in the citj' visiting at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Ma-
jors, as wen as at me country nome
of her sister, Mrs. Sam Gilmour,
&oulh of this city-
Joseph Nejedley of Creighton, Ne
braska, came down Sunday from his
heme to snend a short time here look
ing after some matters of business
end visiting with his relatives and
friends. While here he renewed his
subscription to the semi-weekly Jour
Mrs. Charles Rhode of St. Joseph,
Missouri, arrived in this city lart eve
ning for a few days' visit with Mrs
A. Rhode. Mrs. Rhoue will return to
her home on Thursdcj- morning, ac
companied by Mrs. Rhode, sr., who
will make an extended visit at the
home of her son.
Miss Mare-aret Mauzv. who nas
been enjoying a short visit here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mauzj-, departed this morning for her
work at Los Angeles after a stay of
four weeks in New York purchasing
goods for the large donartment store
of which she is one of the buyers.
tfrom Wednesday's Dally.
J. D. Shrader of Omaha was here
for a few hours today attending to
pome business matters and visiting
Florence McCarthy came up this
morning from Union to attend the Er
vin-Stottler suit which was on tria
in the county court.
James Ervin, residing southwest of
Union, drove up this morning to at
tend the session of county court
where the Orvin Ervin case was on
Mrs. L. H. Brooks departed this
KOPRIN will make the season of
1910, after April 10, as follows: On
Monday and Tuesday on the Henry
Urish farm, 4Vs miles east of Weep
ing Water; on Wednesday, Saturday
and Sunday on the John Urish farm;
on Thursday and Friday on the John
Lohnes, sr., farm, 1 mile west of the
German Lutheran church.
KOPRIN is a black imported Per
cheron stallion, weighing 1,900 pounds.
He is licensed and inspected and pro
We hereby certify that the Per
cheron stallion Koprin (93G46), im
ported September, 1912, by E. J. Hei
cel, Fremont, Iowa, is recorded by the
Percheron Society of America, and
that his recorded number is 91043.
Terms: To insure colt to stand and
cuck, $15.00. If mares change owner
ship, service fee becomes due at once.
Care will be taken to avoid accidents,
but will not be responsible should any
JOHN URISH, Owner.
$100 Reward, 3100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased lo loam that there is at les.st
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is catarrh. Catarrh beins greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and
acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in the curative powers of Hall's
Catarrh Menicir.e that thoy offer One
Hundred Dollars for any ease that It fails
to cure. Fend for list of testimonials.
Address P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all Druggi3t. 75c.
morning for Clay Center, Nebraska,
where she will enjoy a short visit at
the home of her son, W. F. Brooks,
Miss Hazel Tuey, who was called
.home by the death of her grandmoth
er, Mrs. J. D. McDaniels, departed for
Alvo this afterncon to resume her
William Starkjohn was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where he will
spend a few hours visiting with Fritz
Siemoneit at the hospital where he is
recovering from an operation.
Uncle Eli Eaton motored up from
his home east of Union this morning
in company with his son, Dave Eaton,
to attend the trial of the case of Or
vin Ervin vs. Carry Stotler, which
was on in the county court.
Eel Egenberger was among those
going to Omaha this morning .where
he will spcnel the dr.y there with his
wife at the Clarkscn hospital. It is
thought that it will be possible to
bring Mrs. Egenberger home tomor
row. Leo SwitZ2r and brother, Delhart
Switzer, motored, from their farm
home near Nehawka to this city yes
terday to attend to some important
business matters and visit friends for
a short time. Mr. Leo Switzer was
r. pleasant caller at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harehman and
babe motored from their farm heme
near Nehawka to this city yesterday
afternoon for a short visit with their
friends and to attend to some impor
tant business matters. Mr. Harsh
man was a pleasant caller a: this tf-
Hon William Deles Dernier, the
Elmwood attorney, accompanied by
those tvo genial and clever gentle
men, "Ted" Jce.ry and Charles Stone,
motored over yesterday afternoon
from their home to visit for a few
hours in the county seat. While here
Chailie was a caller at the Journal
headquarters and visited for a short
time with the editor and publisher.
CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out the
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co..
Chiearro, 111., writing your namo ar.d
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound fo
bronchial coughs, colds and croup.
Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathar
tic Tablets. Sold everywhere.
Pasture For Kent.
I have, room for several head of
horses for summer pastm-e, on the
Horn place, four miles v.-ert of
Plattsmouth. Inquire of W. II. Rai
Itching, bleeding, protruding or
blind piles have yielded to Doan's
Ointment. 50c at all stores.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Notice Is hereby given to all per
sons interested and to the public that
the undersigned, Martin A. Beyer, has
filed his petition and application in the
office of the city clerk of the City of
Piattsmouth, County of Cass, and
State of Nebraska, as required by
law, signed by the required number of
resident f-ee-hoIders of the said city,
setting forth that the applicant is a
man of respectable character and
standing and a resident of the State
of Nebraska and praying that a li
cense may be issued to the said Mar
tin A. Beyer for the sale of malt,
spiritous and vinous liquors for the
period of one year from the date of
the hearing of said application in a
building situated on lots eleven and
twelve (11 and 12), in block twenty
seven (27, in the First ward of the
said City of Piattsmouth, Nebraska.
MARTIN A. BEYER,
April 22, 191G. Applicant.
2d0 acres well improved land, no
waste land, school house on one cor
ner, two and one-half miles from
Greenwood. This is smooth land and
at bargain at $140.00 per acre for
quick sale. J. R. Earr. Write or in
Farmers State Bank,
L. M. Ingversen bores well
hawka, Neb. Phone Gl.
rt.fF & ITT
The cost of Bridge Tolls for Round
Trip using our Commutation Books
Auto and Driver, round Trip 50c
Extra Passengers, each, 5c
$10.00 Bock, $5.00
$5.00 Book, $2.50
Commutation Books Good any time
Auto & Wagon Bridge. Co.
i '; ( :;i:i)iT(iits.
In ('manly m rt.
riTATJ-: OF KUKASKa.
Ciiss C'oui.ty, i-s.
l'.i tit Aui'ier 1' the Kstate ol -M'.iJn.
Kurlz, i 't'l-cai '-ii :
Notice- is iif!-l).v Kivti! to t lie crt-lit-
ors i s;uu ilft-i-as'-d I. fan iijt.s v.iu
t-stait l'i-ii;re mi.-, 'ii;n;.- .lucjc i
omity, M-ijraska, at iiie Onwity C .u:rt
mom in J iat umn;i li;. i;i saiu com i.
on ti. ti..-t tUiy o! J.U'.v, l'Jiu, ami on
the :;ist liay -f i ) to l.i-r, 1'JU,. at 10
u i-luci; a. ni.. tarn nay lor e.aiiiinai.iun,
atlj jstnit iit ami a llov:'.m.-e.
All claims mift i- njcu in saii
court on or lieioro said last mm i- 01
hcari ii T.
Witness mv l:aml ami soal of paid
County Court, at 1 '!:' 1 1 :.mnn I !,, Muhius-
ka. tiiis J;-! day of Aim::, litir..
(itai) ai.li:.s .1. Ki:t:so-.
MtTK i: tr hkm;in(; x iktitio.
1 0 11 A DM ITtl '!'! ATI US.
In the County Court of Cuss County,
In the flatter of the Kstale of Loretta
Ault. J let-eased.
To All I'ersons J mere.- ted in Said Ins
You will take notice that on the 17th
day of AjHii, li'lt.. Kmrna ii. Ault,
Charles Ault and Minnie Snoilgrass riled
their petition in this Court alleging1
that Loretta Ault, late ot Cass county,
tleii.irted this life intestate in the eity
of l':att.-niouti!. Nel.iash;;, on the 2ol"d
day t i 1 e ci:i '.-r, lnil leaving: an es
tate thai recui' : ad '. is l i a t ion, and
marine that administration there f he
frraiiled . io James Ault, a son of said
You will further take notice that a
hearing will i-e had ui":i said petition
on May lHth. l'.H';, at two o'clock i. M.,
at the County Court room in IMatts
moTith, Cass county. Nehraska. and that
unless cause he shown on of before the
hour sot lor hearing the, prayer of said
petition may he granted and such pro
ceedings had an l done in said estate as
u just and lawful administration there
of mav require.
Dated April 17th. IfMG.
By the Court:
ali.i;x .1. r.KKso.v.
John Jr. Ticyda,
Attorney for i'ctitioners. 3vks
I Till: IHSTKICT ( Ol i!T I' Tiii:
coi .vn r t vn, M:;i!!AMi..
Clara ii. Youn;
, also known as Clar,
Kllen Youn iv. -t. ah 1 lefemlants
X'I!Ci: K 1 ' IT It) ul'IKT TITLK
To the defendants Clara 10. Yoonjv,
also known as Clara Kllen Youiiet: John,
line Y'outif;'. tir.-u real name unknown,
hushnml oi widower of t"la:a K. ouncr.
also known Ciara Kllm Yooo-r:
Clara K. Yountr 1 oe, real name other
than Clara K. Yoanir unknown: John
;.(. hist and leeal name unknown,
husband or v. h'ower of Clara 71. Youirr
I'oeuhe unknown heirs, devisees, lega
tees, personal reiireseiitativt s and all
other persons interested in the rstatf
of Clara K. Yor.ntr. also known as Clara
Kllen Yourif-T. otherwise described as
Clara K. Vuuns i oo, real name other
than i. :ara K. Younsr unknown, deceas
ed; the unknown heirs, devisees. le;r
itees personal representatives and all
ot! er peisons interested in the estate
ot John J'-oe VmiiiS, first real name un
knov. :i. deceased: ti e unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and ail ether persons interested
in the estate of John lioe, first real
name unknown, deceased: Samuel 11.
Jones, also k;vwn as S. II. Jo:ie.-. Mrs.
Samuel 11. Jones, first real name un-unktiov.-n:
the unknown heirs, devisees,
lepra tees, p rsonal representatives and
all other persons interested in -Hie es
tate of Samuel I!. Jones, also known
as S. H. Jones, deceased; the unknown
heirs, devisee", legatees, persona', rep
resentatives antl all other persons in
terest td in the estate of Mrs. Samuel
H. Jones, Urst real name unknown, de
ceased: Packard Miller, a paitner
ship composed cf Spencer i'ackard and
Jason (J. Miller: Spencer I'.T-kard, Kl
ecta I'iiclcard; the unknown heir;;, de
visees, legatees, personal re ir-S'-n ta -tites
and all other persons i i; lurest ed
in the estate of Spencer J'ackard, (!(
ctascd; the inknown heirs, devise's,
legatees, personal representatives and
all other pers-ms inteiested in the es
tate of Klecta l'aekard, deceased; Jaron
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h Miller, Mary 1. Miller, the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, permit:;; I rep
resentatives and all other prs"tis in-'
tele.-led in the estate of JiisiMI i. Mil
ler, deceased: the unknown heirs, de
visees, legatees, personal representa
tives ami all oilier persons interested
in the estate of Mary IV Miller, de
ceased; John K. Clark: Amelia II. Clark;
the -itiikimwn heirs, dev isee: . legatees,
personal i epreseii t a t i ves ami all other
persons interested in the estate of John
'.I. Ciark, deceased; the unknown heirs,
d visees. legatees, personal repi esen
ialivs and all other persons interested
in the estate of Amelia K Clai k, deceas
ed; the unknown heirs, devisees, lega
tees, personal represent at i vi s ami tilt
(itli. i- persons interested in the slfaie
of Susanah lrake, ileceastd; l.ouis
Cole, also Lewis l Cole; Clara K. Cole;
the unknown heirs, devisees, lepatees,
personal representatives ami all other
persons i i 1 1 fest tf1 in the estate of
Louis i '. Cole, a4so kt.ovvn as Lewis !'.
Cole. Deceased: the unknown heirs, de
visees, legatees, pcrxonnl I epreseii t a -tives
and all other persons interested
in the e: tate of Clara K. Cole, deceased;
William L. (iray, Mary K. Moore, Isa
helle Moore and the unknown owners
am! the unknown claimants of i'rae
tional lots si. ti and seven 7, in the
northeast qita.-tcr ( N. K. 1-J of the
northwest quarter (N.W. 1 -4 . of section
twM't -lour ::li. township eleven (111,
north ratine thirteen (l:ii, ast of the
th 1'. M in the County of Cass, Ne
You are licii'liy notified that on April
lilt!:. A. I ., 1II1C. plaintiff filed her suit
in the listriit Court of tin- County of
Cass, Nebraska, to quiet plaintiff's title
to the above described lam's, to-wit:
fractional lots six i'ii, and .seven tit.
in the northeast quarter N. K. l- li of
the northwest quarter (N. V. 1 -1 of
section twenty-tour (I'll, township e.e
ven ill), north ran pre thirteen (i:!i,cast
of the Cth 1. M., in the County of Cass.
Nebraska, because of her adverse pes
session by herself und her urantors.
for more than ten years tuior to the
( omm -ncoment of said suit and to en
join ea h and all of you f rom havinur
or claiming; any riht, title, lein or
interest, either lcfral or equitable, in
er to said lands or any part therofr
to require you to set forth your rinht,
title, claim, lein or interest thet-efn, if
any. either lepral or equitable, and tt
have the same adjudged inferior to the
title of plaintiff and for treneral equit
able relief. This notice is made pur
suant to the order of the Court.
i ou are required to at sw r said
Ve tition on or
A. !., K'lt..
before Morula v. Ma v
or your default will
JOANNA K AX TICK.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Stale of Nebraska,
County of Cass, s.j.
In County Caui t.
In the matter of the ct tate of John
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that there
has been filed in this court a report of
the administratrix, together with her
report for final settlement of above
estate and her discharge as adminis
tratrix. That a hearing will be had thereon
before this court in the court house
in the city of Piattsmouth, said coun
ty, on the Sth day of May, 1910, at 10
o'clock a. m.
That all objections thereto, if any,
must be filed on or before said day
and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of
vhc County Couit of said county this
27th day of April. 1910.
ALLEN J. I5EESON,
(Seal) County Judge.
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