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T.i.SBAY. JANUARY IS, 1917.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
TLe Hind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
la isz for ever over 30 years, has borne the signature of
- and has been made under his per-
JzTs sonal supervision since its infancy,
tw eC Allow no one to deceive you in this.'
J! Counterfeits, Imitations and 44 Just-as-good " axe but
L r.riircris that trifle with and endanger the health cf
llc.ntc end Children Experience against Experiment.
l . r: iz a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric.
L:;,rs nd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
r.::ner Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
i2 its gu-rantee. For more than thirty years it has
besn in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
"v Coiic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising
the: fr( r::, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
Jie assimilation cf Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The CLillzcD PanaceaThe Mother's Friend.
enusne GASTORIA always
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE CFNTAUB COMMV. N r W VOK CITV,
FORTY YEARS AGO.
Mrs. Henry Bloom died near Louis
ville hist Friday. She had been sick
f.r two years with some mysterious
Phil Youncr has on exhibition a pear
from Cali'oi r.ia v.hk-h weighs one
pour.d and fourteen ounces, and a
1'Unch of jrrapes which weiirh one and
a quarter pounds. Captain llennett
Mr. Euyene Lewis brines us some
vc-iy rir-.e peanuts of his own prowinpr.
They ur-j very plump and full and help
to prove that we can compete with
anybody on peanuts in this ptite.
The news comes from every quar
ter that Kinjr Grasshopper, lured from
his wintry slumber by the balmy de
ceitful voice of this mild weather, is
corr.inr forth in myriads, and his re
bellious slave, man, is rejoicing in the
hope that a few days more of sun
shine will contiue to tempt him forth,
and then winter will reasert herself
and end his short lived happiness.
Several farmers from the Platte bot
tom report that irrashoppers are
hatching out in the sand in myriads,
and it is also stated that they arc
hatcliir.ir in the Weeping Water valley.
Grammar and High School Grades.
The following- is a list of the names
l'" those who were perfect in attend
e, punctuality and deportment dur
ing th" month of February: Dottie
Cook, Olive Winterstein, Grant Aus
tin, .'anus Donnelly, George Lenhoff,
William Chambers, Alma Waterman,
May G'b-on. Henry Cutler, William
3 Make an Automobile Out of Your Ford!
Ford Owners Bead
Jack Mulfcrd who represent Pi"k
ens & Co.. traveling his territory in
an automobile met with a peculiar
and distressing accident about five
miles east of Bradforti. It seems
thi.t a sudden gust of wind blew off
his hat and in attempting to catch it
he let go of the steering wheel. Un
fortunately at that moment the
whiels struck a rut, the car turned
turtle as it slid into the ditch bury
ing Mulford beneath it., etc.
The most valuable accessory yet
brought out for the Ford car. Re
moves the strain of driving. Gives
complete control of car, over 10,000
sol.l to date, your car is next, come
to a real machine shop and have one
put on. try it if you don't like it,
we will take it off and refund your
monev. Price $1.1.00.
Western Machine and Foundry
Fox, Frank Morpran.
It. A. M.
There will be a meeting; for the pur
pose of installing the officers of Ne
braska chapter No. in Masonic hall
Saturday evening;, January th, 1877,
M. E. II. P. II. E. Palmer.
M. E. Kingr E. B. Lewis.
M. E. Scribe R. Ballance.
Treasurer J. W. Marshall.
Secretary D. II. Wheeler.
C. of II. F. E. White.
P. S. A. Cunning-ham.
R. A. C F. Stadler.
G. M. 3d V. Jacob Vallery, jr.
G. M. 'Id V. J. C. Cummins.
G. M. 1st V. M. B. Cutler.
Steward W. R. Durrah, R. Peter
sen. Tvler Georg-e Hansen.
The Cass County Agricultural Society.
The Cass county Agricultural so
ciety met on Saturday, December 16,
at Mr. Windham's office. A fair num
':?: were present, including; the old
war horses of the Agricultural society
in the county.
The meeting was called to order by
Mr. Gilmc-re, vice president of the
society. One of the principal ques
tions brought up was the re-leasing- of
the present grounds, or the purchasing
of new ones. On this point a number
of gentlemen spoke who have been ac
tive in the affairs of the society. J.
Vallery. sr.. said we ought to take
more pride in our county fair, and it
must be sustained. We have given the
west special inducements to come in
and compete. If this county cannot
sustain a good fair then no county in
the state, Douglas excepted, can. If
we all try we can make a good fair.
Ami Todd proposed the purchasing
of land in Platte Valley for a perma-
Steering Gear for Ford Cars
nent fair ground. MacMurphy asked i
if this purchase would accommodate !
more people from the west, ami who J
could reach the grounds by rail and
it it would discommode settlers and
farmers from the south and southeast.
Vallery answered this and favored
the formation of a Stock Company.
Mr. Windham, the secretary, gave a
very lucid and exhaustive resume of
the condition of the Society, its wants,
its present needs, and its. future de
mands. At present we stand very
well, as well as any Agricultural So
ciety in the state. Mr. Gilmour, V.
P., gave his views, in favor of a
stock company, if it could be made to
Discussion bv Messrs. MacMurphy .
lT;if:ill. W'lllerv. Windham and !
A motion was finally offered as fol
lows: That a committee of seven be
appointed to report on the leasing or
buying f grounds, and further to as
certain how many farmers, mer
chants and business men would take
nock in an Agricultural society at
$100 per share with suitable restric
tions said committee to report at a
meeting to be held in February, to be
called bv the secretary, after suit-
uu.e nonce v ot.-iuei ' " I
ensued, and after a free understand-,
ing or me uuties oi me nminmu-v mc-
auimi-u inr ,
lentlemen as such committee: Messrs.
II. II. Windham, Thos. Wiles. Lewis
Bird. Henry Wolfe, A. Holmes, P.
H. Wheeler and James Hall.
The Herald will have more to say
about this in the future; at present
.ve have only time to give the min
utes of the meeting. We hope the
committee will attend to this matter
and be able to report in February
satisfactorily, one way or the other.
Mr. N. Sayles, of Weeping Water,
sends the Herald greeting onbe more,
and goes ahead for another year.
R. W. Cunningham of Louisville
called Friday last and fixed the Her
ald out for a year ahead. Mr. C. is
one of the luckiest, happiest and best
of farmers that old Cass produces.
Dr. Ish of Omaha has been fresco
ing his beautiful store and putting a
new mansard roof over Al Schroder,
and now it is the handsomest store in
R. G. Glizbe of Weeping Water
came to the scratch last week and
started in a year ahead.
The mayor and two councilmen of
Lincoln came up to see our Babcock
on Thursday last. Wo! January.
Mr. Allen of the Crete News, a
friend of Mr. Eaton's people, has just
brought his family from Michigan, on
his way home to Crete, and has been
stopping here a few days.
Mrs. J. Ellen Foster gave two tem
perance lectures in the M. E. church
on Saturday and Sunday evenings last,
and also spoke on Sunday morning.
Her ability as a lecturer was good,
and the crowds who went to hear her
were enthusiastic in her praises. She
is a lawyer by profession, and if she
practices law as well as she preaches
temperance she must be that unusual
character in this world, a success in
A little daughter of Mr. C. W.
Green, who is living in the Methodist
parsonage, was playing at the resi
dence of Mrs. Miles Morgan during
the rainstorm on Monday last, and
endeavoring to go home during the
storm she was swept into the gutter
by the wind and rain, and only saved
from drowning by the timely aid of
Mrs. Morgan, who barely kept out of
the sweep of the water herself by the
greatest exertion. Mr. and Mrs. Green
desire herewith to express anew to
her their thanks for her active ef
forts to save their child.
Died, at his residence in Cass coun
ty, Nebraska, December 2.", 187".
Riley Jones, aged (( years. He was
in Plattsmouth on the day preceding
his death and took dinner with his
son, W. D. Jones. He returned home
in the evening and retired to bed in
usual good health, but was taken sick
in the night and about 8 o'clock in
the morning he was not, for God had
called his old servant home. Brother
Jones professed religion in early life
and had been a member and lecal
preacher of the M. E. church for over
thirty years. He leaves a widow and
a large family by his first wife, to
mourn his death. He was an earnest
and active worker in the church, at
tending all the means of grace, both
regular and special, and aiding in all
the movements of the church. Thus
the fathers, one by one, pass away,
leaving gaps in society, the family
and the church. May their failures
admonish, their virtues incite, and
their removal warn us to be also
ready, for in such an hour as you
think not of the Son of Man cometh.
For cattle and Horses.
E. R. QUEEN.
1917 Calendar Pads at the Journal
fop! Look! Listen!!
You may need an Auctioneer
W. R. YOUMfi
s still in the ring You will find
on the Murray Exchange.
Reverse Ail Calls!
Route No. 1
BY THE STATE SENATE
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. HI. By a vote
V2 to 2 the state senate today con-
fi rnu.d Governor Nevilles appoint-
uvnv c Mavlield of Oma-
ha as a member of the board of com-
of state institutions.
u.1,.r,i.l1 ,,-,11 ,.....,! ..l,u!
Howard Kennedy on the board. He
v. ill take his office on July 1.
The senate action was taken in ex
ecutive session. It followed an effort
on the part of Senator Sandall of
ik to secure
delay "to investigate
candidate for this
This effort was defeated by a vote
of 2' to 12. The nine republicans
,-:sent Senator Shirk of Saline be-
ing tne sole aosemee sioou sonu ne
hind the York senator on this light.
Light of these later voted for the
cunfi rmation. however.
Senator Sandall was the lone repub
lican to voe against Mr. Mavlield and
Obei'Iies of Lancaster was the one
democrat to join the oposition.
Senator Sandall based his opposi
tion on political grounds. Mr. May
rich! was nominated as arepublican
and his indorsees for the place in
cluded many of the best known repub
licans of the state, including Chair
man Kd Beach and twenty-six of the
thirty-one members of the republican
interest among the democratic
members v.a centered in standing by
Governor Neville in the matter. The
governor had giver. Mr. Mayfic'.d's
business and personal record the clos
est scrutiny and had assured demo
cratic senators who visited him that
in addition to being widely indorsed
by republcans and newspaper men
over tiie state Mr. Mavlield. in his
judgment, was a man of high ideals
and would give to the board all that
people of the state want to see given
NEW BOOK ON CANCER.
This book gives a most comprehen
sive explanation of cancer and its suc
cessful treatment without the knife.
Based on actual experience of more
than sixteen years and laboratory re
search covering more than ten thou
sand cases. The book will be sent
free by addressing O. A. Johnson, M.
I).. Suite f.i'i), i:20 Main St., Kansas
City, Mo. Send for a copy today and
learn some facts about cancer.
CARD OF THANKS.
We take this means cf expressing
to the many kind friends our heartfelt
kindness shown us at the death of
our beloved wife and mother, and by
their loving acts they have assisted
in the grief that has befallen us. We
also desire to express our apprecia
tion of the beautiful flowers given by
the W. O. W., I. O. O. F., the Altar
Society of St. Patrick's church, the
Havelock boiler shops, the foremen of
the Havelock shops, Mistletow lodge
D. of II. of Lincoln, the Hovelock
volunteer fire department, D. of II. of
Havelock, and the Rebekah lodge of
Havelock; the Plattsmouth machine
shop employes, the plaining mill em
ployes, St. Ludmilly lodge, the T. J.
Sokol society and the Z. C. B. J. lodge
of Plattsmouth. May the same kind
ness be given these dear friends in
their hour of bereavement, and each
of the friends will be kept in loving
Mike Warga, sr., and Family.
Fine six-acre tract, close to city;
good house, barn and outbuildings,
plenty of fruit; a bargain at S3,500.
Call on Tom Bower.
Mrs. A. C. Tulene was among those
going to Omaha this morning to visit
for a few hours with friends and at
tend to some business matters.
H. A. Schoemann was a business
visitor in Omaha today for a few
hours, going to that city on the early
Burlington train this morning.
Call fur Ten-Year Rural Schools and
Country High Schools.
Pi oit) Weilnosil-i y's T :i i 1 v.
Resolutions adopted by the National
Farmers' union, which met last week
in Omaha, demand that radical
changes be made in the present rural
and state school systems.
It is declared in a report of the
committee that a permanent and uni
form course of agricultural and in
dustrial training is necessary to the
making of satisfied and prosperous
rural life. A system is asked that
will not only train for domestic and
agricultural pursuits, but will teach
mroad and useful citizenship in al!
phases of life. The report follows:
We demand that the common rural
schools he provided with a course of
study extending through ten years
of work, that the students finishing
this course be permitted to enter the
state normal and high schools or any
school accredited to the state for
normal training, the school of agri
culture, or to enter any school or de
partment that may hereafter be cre
ated to meet this course.
That a workable plan for the estab
lishment of rural high schools and
consolidated schools be carried out.
That a permanent system of agri
cultural and industrial education lie
established; this system of educa
tion to be based on proper academic
tiaining together with domestic
science, agriculture and normal train
I mg. preparatory to the state uni-
Demand Rural High Schools.
To meet this end we demand that
the legislature create a system of in
stitutions to be known as "agricul
tural high schools," giving four years
of work and that a sufficient state
levy be made to establish and main
tain the foregoing system.
Pending the putting into operation
the foregoing system we demand pro
vision be made for a short course or
winter term of two or three months,
for youths who are not able to take
the full school course.
That the state print the text books
and supplies and sell them to the dis
tricts at cost plus ." per cent.
That the railroad school tax be
placed in the temporary school fund
cf the state and apportioned to the
various school districts of the state
Change the manner of distributing
the thivc-fouiths state apportionment
on census instead of on average at
Oppose "Community Plan."
We arc opposed to the establish
ment of the so-called "county unit'
plan of school management.
We are opposed to the building or
buying of more state normal schools.
We favor the election of the state
and county superintendents of public
schools on a nonpartisan ballot for a
term of four years, subject to recall;
only those under the supervision of
the county superintendent shall per-
ticipate in his election.
Would Oust Board of Regents.
We favor a constitutional amend
ment to provide for a unit board of
managers for the institutions of
higher learning in the state; this
board to be known as the board of ed
ucation, and to consist of six members
to be nominated and elected, one from
each congressional district of the
state, with a term of office of six
years. This board shall have full con
troll of all state normal schools and
the state university, the present board
of regents to be abolished.
We recommend that a committee of
five be appointed at this convention
to draft and prepare bills, to present
the same to the house and senate com
mittees, and after the passage of
these bills urge that the legislature
make necessary appropriations to es
tablish, equip ad maintain the system
which may be devised in conformity
to the foregoing plans.
If you have anything for sale adver
tise in the JournaL
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Siynatu re c
W. A. ROBERTSON.
East f Riley HoteL
I"!-!-!1 ! ! H..I..I-H"I''I"I-1 1'
THE CAUSE OF
Death of Mrs. Z. T. Brown, a Most
Highly Respected Lady of Platts
mouth, Esteemed by All
Who Knew Her.
From Tues'ln v's Tirilv.
Last evening at I:40 Mrs. Z. T.
Brown passed away at her home in
this city after a short illness covering
some live days from pneumonia and
despite all that medical skill and the
loving attention of the family it wa;;
impossible to save the life of the b"
loved mother, and for the past three
days she had gradually grown worse,
until the end. Mrs. Brown had been
in comparatively good health and, last
Wednesday, was visiting in Omaha in
company with her daughter-in-law. but
on returning home complained of feel
ing ill, and Thursday morning her
condition was so serious a physician
was called, when it was found she
was suffering from a severe case of
Miss Laura Scorvall was born at Ne
maha City, Neb., fifty-three years ago,
and was reared to womanhood in that
place and was there united in mar
riage to Z. T. Brown, and came to
Plattsmouth in 1S8" as a bride to
make her future home in this city.
Here the family have made their
home, and the seven children of the
union have been brought up in this
city. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have for
years taken an active part in the
life of the community, until the hus
band and father was stricken and
passed away in July liUo, and since
that time Mrs. Brown had devoted
herself to the home and the children
who with her were left to mourn the
passing of the husband and father.
Mrs. Brown was a lady loved and es
teemed by those who had the pleasure
of knowing her, and her loving kind
ness and treatment of all those with
whom she came in touch won her
many warm friends, who will learn
with the greatest regret of the pass
ing of this grand good woman and
share with the sorrow-stricken family
the feeling of grief that the event has
brought to them. To mourn the death
of Mrs. Brown there remain seven
children, Mrs. Louis Trimpie of Oma
ha, Clarence Brown of Topeka, Kan.;
'Vera, residing at Belride, 111.; Earnest,
Maldon, Mable and Abbie Brown, all
of this city.
The funeral of Mrs. Brown will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the late home on Granite street,
and will be conducted by Rev. II. G.
McClusky of the First Presbyterian
church. The Woodman Circle, of
which the deceased was a member,
will be present at the funeral to con
duct the ritualistic service of the or
der. JOHN W. ALLEN AND
WIFE OF CALIFORNIA
SAIL FOR THE ORIENT
From Wednesday's Tailv.
This- morning Mi. John W. Allen
and wife, formerly Miss Virginia Mc
Daniel, of this city, sailed from San
Francisco for a trip to the Orient that
will cover some six or eight months.
Mr. Allen, who has charge of the busi
ness management of one of the large
American moving picture companies
on the coast, is sailing for the Orient
for the purpose of installing man
agers in a number of the larger cities
for his company and who will handle
the moving picture interests in the
different localities visited. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen will spend several weeks
at Honolulu and the Hawaiian islands,
sailing from there for the Philippines,
where they will visit at Manila and
the larger towns of the islands, plac
ing the managers for the company,
and from there they will go to Japan
to look after the business interests of
the picture company. The trip is one
that will be a rare pleasure at this
season of the year to these oriental
lands of the far east, and the fact
that Mr. Allen was selected for this
important mission shows the confi
dence reposed in his ability by his
For Sale A few choice brood sows.
Phone Johnson, No. Stt. l-ll-3vkly2
i.r.c; i, .otick.
In the county court of Cass County,
State of Nebraska,
To all persons interested in the es
tate of William D. Hill, deceased:
On reading1 tli petition of Franklin
T. Hill, administrator, pray in a tinal
settlement and allowance of Iiis ac
count filed in this court on the lsth
day of January, 1917, and for a decree
of distribution and , discharge of t-aid
administrator. It is hereby ordered
that you and all persons interested in
said matter may, and do, appear at the
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of N't.ra.-U.i sai.l Pal .-.-t::t- is
.-.-fpt ft-ton at lac! tr nt. t-M-tntioii t.r
oi!,-:- lm-ri-f process and not liah t for
II. i- pa;ii-tit of any d-hs ..f -.ud .1--(fas-.l.
that said d-i i-nsi-.i It It s n
vivinu I i in as Ids s..- :i.:id i.nh li- i-j
at law and th- oj.iy pi-rs..ns i n t-i--t-d
in said . stilt- Julia I :. Kiihn-. vi.lo .v.
resitb -m -. I 'hit tsrm.iit h. N - I .ra - ka . nr.
:,s, l:o!..-i t l:. Kuhns, son, i - d-m -I
.os Aiitr-l-s, California, air- ::: S' nU-
K. M;i. I'.-lh, -on. r-s id. ni - I...- Ari-i'-l-s,
'a i 1 1 orn ia. air- -': and S'anl-v
I-:. Kuhr.s. son. t -sid-m-c. l'.at i-rnon h.
N-bia.-ka. aii- --. and pravi'ii: !! a
litiirinu on said p-Pti.m ami that i i.oii
-ucli h-arinu an ortl-i- '. -nt-v-d d-s-;..
-nsinir with th- r.-rular a ! :r. i r. i -1 i a -lion
of said -st;U- and a tinal '"
-nt-rt-d dHsinatina th- ...m- at
law and ton h iiu i n 1 liti- 1" -aid
r-a 1 -t : If to -in h h.- i r
it is tii i:i:i:i- mii: i:i ii:i:i:i t h;, t
ii b-aririL; I t- had upon sai.l in i it . 01 I -f..i-
thi- -..,, r; in !h- ....riv I'mnt
Kooin. in ti't- 'it of I'hitt-monPi. X -t-r-a-ka.
on ti - 7t'n da of oroaP.
I!il7. al 1-n o 'clock A. M. am' tnat all
p-T-s(,us inl -test-d in said --iat- m-i-li.diiiir
creditor.-, if any. 1 miii-d
of sm h lit-arini; bv tl - pvbli.-a 1 t
this tntl-r for thtt-- w !;-; pirnr to -an!
day .-I" b-ar in. in t h- ! 'h. P - rm 1 . t 1 1
.lourtia! oi" said -on tit;.
1 : 1 h- 'on 1 1 .
AI.I.KX .1 . i:i:i:r-' 'V
1-K.-17 ". weeks c... int J11.U-.
i tiii: nivniK r i it r or Tin:
01 mv or r.. M.itit vvk
A. 1.. Tidd. l'laintifr.
SiniTison r.utc-her. et ril. Dcf-nda tits.
oliee f iuil lo lule Tille.
To tli- defelitla lit s Simpson V.utcber:
th- unkiifiw n h-irs-, tl-vis--s, . ir.it-es.
P-isonal r-pr-s-ii t a t i v-s un.l all oih-r
l.-rsons intercsled in th- -slat- "(
Sirril son 1 ;u t eli-r. d-cf u-.-.l : -''''t; ''
CiMniiiiiiLTs al.-o known ;is John I'. "n r . -ruins:
.Mr-. John C. Ciirntn i n -j. s also
known a- Mrs. John K. 'urn m i n -. tu t
real nam- unknown; th- unknown
. irs. .i-vis'-es. l-at--s. p-r-onai 1-;.-1
-s-ntat iv-s. and all ot h-r pfi-'ii- i-i-n-itst-tl
in th- -stiit- (if John 1'. 'tir'i
niitiys ul-.i known a- Joiiu !'. '. iiimu -.
d-( cased: the r.tikliowti h its. il. se. .:.
1-irate-s. iiersouiil re ;ire.--n t a t i and
all other persons i n t re-1 .-d in the es
tate of Mrs. .loin V. 'uiiini ir.s nl-n
known as Mrs. John F. 'u m mi ns. V. 1 .-t
I ill name unknown, !- .-ast-.l . S. X.
Mt rriuni. first real name unknown:
Mrs. S. X. Mirihrm. first Pal nun- nti
known: the unknown htii.-, tn-i.--.--.
l-irate-s. j.rsonal rept e.-e ri t a t i -s a ,d
all )tti-r persons interested in th-
tale (.f S. X. M-rriani. first r-al n.im
ni. known. d-.-ii--d: the unknown
heirs, devisees, l-uate-s. ptr.-onal n--resenta
t i es ami all other per -on- in
terested in tin- estate of Mr.-. S. X
Merriam. lirst 'real nam- unknown, de
ceased: I'.lltn Howard: John I How
ard, hist real name unknown, husband
or widower of Klleri llow;ird; the un
known heirs, devisees, legatees, person
al representatives ami ..11 ot , . r p -r -soiis
interested in the estate of Klli-tr
Howard, d.-i . ,-is.d: the unknown h-.i-.
devisee.-. lelliitees. personal i-pres. 1,
tativs ami ail other p-rson- int.r
ested in iiu- estate of John II.. w -aril,
li.-st real name unknow n. '.-. a-.-d .
I.ouizsa Mil-s: llich.iPl l.-o- Mii-s. ti-.-t
real name unknown, husband or w .1-ow-r
of I.ouix.it Miles; the unknown
heirs, d-vis.es. 1-ira te-s. personal l-p-res-ntit
t i t s ii ml all other pel son-- in
terested ill the estate of I,i.uiza Mi--,
deceased; th- ui know n l.-iis, .iev:--e-.
It irate s, T'ersoiiiil rt-pft ent.tt e ami
all ether p-vson.- int-re-t-.l in the es
tate of T:ich:ud Koe Miles, first t-.-al
name unknown, deceased; Mjrcar-t A
I'liimer: WiHijuu I'lumi-r: John I-IC-eves:
Mrs. John U Ko-vi-?, tits! r -a I
uimc unknown; th uikiimui h-;is.
devisees, b-jratees. personal representa
tives and : 11 other persons 1 n teres-et!
in the estate of John I.. ! t . -I--(tiist-il;
the unknown heirs. d"ises.
' vat s. pttsonal represen t 1 1 1 v-s 1 ml
ill! other persons interested jn the es
tate of Mrs. John I.. Keeves. first vn
name unknown. tl-ceasetl: the un
known own rs and the unknown el.ihn
ants of lot seven 7. in bio. k eleven
(11). J'lattsmmith, Cass county, Ne
braska. Von are herebv notified that on the
J0t!i tlav of I i.-ceni bet. A. I .. HH'h
plaintiff " filed his suit in the IMstrlrt
Court of th- County of '.'ass. Nebraska,
to quiet plaintiff's title to the abivc
describ-d lot. to-wit: lot seven 7 t. in
block eleven ill 1. City of l'lattsniou: I .
Cass County, Nebraska. In cause of bi
adverse possession by himself ami hi
II rati tors for more than '-n eiirs prior
to tiie commencement if said suit and
to enjoin each and all of yon fr-mi
having or clarminir any riirht. till-. li-n
or interest, either leiral or tiuitable. in
or to saitl lot or any part thereof.
To require you to set forth your riirht.
title, claim." lien or interest therein, if
Hnv. fither lesral or equitable, and P.
have the same adjudped inferior to th
title of plaintiff and for Reneral equi
table relief. This notice is made pur
suant to-the order of the court. You
ar-. required to answer said petition
on or before Mondav, Febrn&ry 1ft. A.
I., 19t7, or your default will be Only
A. I.. TIDD, Plaintiff.
A. L.. Tidd. Pro Se.
w. a. f: hki:t.-( l.
Attorneys for I'laintiiT.
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