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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1917.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
. XLe ilizd You Have Always Bought, and which has fccsu
in fcr ever over 33 3rccrs, has tome the signature of
. and been rcade under his pcr-
- jSj-'-A--;,. sona! ci: pervasion since its Infancy.
taz's, --r--s. Aiiov no or.c to deceive you ia t-ifs.
All Counterfeit.:-, Imitations and Just-r-good " arc but
Lxp.rhrcrtJ th:t tiiHe with and entlar-ger the health of
..rCi CliiIJrCi.1 Experience &r.iinst Experiment.
C,::.-i: ' i .'j ' hri-J::-.3 subsi-tufe for C;:?toi OjI, Paregoric,
Ir:.c ;.(! i.;-oLh.i.": Syrup-. It is r!easar.t. It contains
r.c:::.ei Chc:, S-.V.rpfcirc ncr clher narcoii.'. :v:i.st.-incc. Its
r.y:-: : - wartime c Per snoro ihan. ihirvy yi-.Ts it has
l.:er. in c.'.r.&Ltit r.ao fcr the reiki of Constipation, Fiutttisncy,
Yrind C-.'i- and Jji.-a'rh:;e.i ; rAlzyixz Feverishttess arising
ther?:'rr:rj. ani by ret-al-itisg the Stomach and Bovoic, aids
la ; as ilati-vi of Food; ving healtiiy and natural sieep.
If.-', CLiLurszi'E Panacea The licthtrs Friend.
The KinO Yew Have
..!! KVttHi- i:iict rs LU-lo'.v (iovorn.-.r
Wvui'l lit- ";:n!r.:'.tul in
Ii(u!,lr Uoursls .io ;-'ux .-tel.
thv ii ima. y y. !..-ra! t-hvti.u i.'.vs
oi" tlu- .-tale are likely to ic many a:i-I
:.Tiei in this sts.-icn. at k-ast ihv.y
will J.f if hill;, now in hotT ;ro
tiip'i:i;h in tiuir ;-.;(.-. :;l sr.ac.
iv. st ra-iioal rhdwisj is iii the
j.iiniary law. As siisrttt-! y I U-p :.-st-atative
(."onk-y oT JciTers n ccunly
the -tate conventions will ?iven the
power of r.m!r.atin.'jr all t-kvtive state
ofliccj's !o'.v the jroverni: s':i'. Iea
the railway cvtin:is:ion candidates
wii) f sn ehosen.
I 'elevate.-; to tlw state atl .. viv,
will he h-en at county r. miaatin
eh ctions, the same pi ina! ies at which
cf-unty .li":cci-s a:-- to he nominate 1
ly the various parties. This, accord-"
in'.r to Mr. Ciinley, will i:ie the people
a chance to sneak their minds through
earcfiiHy chosen klej.;'te.
Aral at the some time, he says, the
alleged deficts of the present law
:he claim that pe:p!e of the stale can
r.'t know c;:rnii(iaiCs for the subordi
nate otlices s-um-jier.ily well to chose
i.etween them at a primary will he
SiiS Mako an Automobile Out of Your Ford!
Nrd Owners Head
Jack Mid ford who represent Pick
ens & Co., traveling his territory in
an automobile met with a peculiar
;i! d di.-t: c-inj; accident al-out live
! aies ea.-t of Ilradfoni. Jt seems
that a sadden friKt of wind blew oil'
his hat and in attempting to catch it
he let y of the feiecrirg wheel. Uii
fortunateiy at that moment the
wheels struck a rut, the car turned
turtle as it : lid into the ditch, bury
i; X MtdfoL'i Ie.ieath it., etc.
i. o ie'ht oat fo,- the Ford car. lie-o.evc-
tie" strain 'f lirivin-. (Jives
complete control of car, over iO.ooo
sold to da:e, your car is nc::t, corie
t a real i!iac!ii::c sh.op and hae one
put o:. try it if you don't like it,
ill take it off and refund vour
tuitu while the peoj)!e will have their
ccuaty piim:;ries retained as at pres-
Operates Well in County.
"Ti;e pi !m:iry law operates well in
a county without a uouht," said Mr.
Con iey, "for in those smaller units
the voters know the candidates per
sonally or through their neighbors,
liut on the less important state of-li'-cs
it i? impossible for them to do
-. . ;t. 1 they make mistakes for they
have ik-ae so, ia my judgment, at
limes in the past. Men who are able
tr ' ii.Aive the state conventions of the
; ar'ies aie aood enough to be candi
;h'.t"s of their parties-."
.YiK-'.lyr change In the law proposes
dou'de. eh ction board.s for both pri-r'-ndes
and ireneral elections. Such a
1 ill lia- ahea ly passed the house.
I'lds is aimed, of course, to speed up
the collection ami counting of the rc
I'uns. and will be welcomed wherever
t!u:e are people who like to know
vh-.t; happened on election day
YvhiK-jt ::'tin.e.- up all niq-ht and part
of the next day in order to find out.
Stili another chanre atrccts the time
the polls arc opened. Representative
Dau of I).;. !jre wants the polls to open
at o'cl'vk in the afternoon and close
at 7 'dc.' -ck. II jjikin and othevs of
!i-i.d is county want the polls in
Dou-clas county to close between the
hum s of 'J and cdclo k in order to
allow the count to o on.
Ida, t; 1 1 : 1 1 . of th ballot is attempt
ed in two or three (htTereot directions.
Or.e method, is to transfer the educa
tional positions, from state superin
tendent down, to the nonpartisan ju
diciary ballot. Another plan is to pro
vide four-year terms for county offi
cials ami elect them in nonpresiden-ti-ti
years. Still another change
pianned cn i- to decorate the ballot
with the names of presidential and
i . v. t: i : k s i p. l i : wok.m
Stf.-eriu;; licar for Ford Curs
c . -Zv il-wsi' v"ivi r
iA g- i a m eS KMm
I' A 0 3 f IIIIBSSaET tt if I
jSSSI lifeGlRiflfiSB W
vice presidential candidates and have
the electors keep off the sheet. The
combination of these would shorten
the ballot materially and without
yielding: to the objections which farm
er members and a number of others
find to the original short ballot move
Bills and Hills. Ready.
From somewhere about the state
house today come the hint that the
next two days in the house would wit
ness the introduction of at least 22."
bills. The news is not surprising, al
though to newspaper men who have to
go through them it brings visions of
overwork. Some important measures
are still out and in order to bring
these in the rank and file of the house
membership realize that others less
desirable and less important shal
likewise be admitted.
It is hoped, however and thew? are
signs that it will finally be achieved
that the final total will be much be
low that of any late sessions of the
lawmaking body. If it is less, a cele
bration of some kind is likely to be
pulled off with the full sanction of
the house and senate membership
The Edgerton bill, placing all public
utilities of the state under the control
of the state railway commission
Having hard sledding. More pro
nounced opposition to this measure
has developed than against any bill
apparently, and the end is not yet
Senator Deal of Custar county intro
duced the measure and he may, am
he may not, fight for it. The bill is
named in honor of F. E. Edgerton of
Aurora, who believes sincerely that it
should be passed, although he had to
alter his belief considerably over the
time he used to battle so strongly for
municipal ownership in Lincoln.
Mr. Edgerton declares that if the
railway commission is worth anything
it is worth everything, and that in
stead of some corporations having to
deal with it in part and with the city
councils of half a hundred Nebi-aska
towns in other things, it should have
exclusive right of regulating the rates
and service of utilities.
Opposed to this measure is the Neil
sen bill permitting the city commis
sion of Omaha to assume regulartory
rights over the telephone business of
that city, and one which Osterman of
Merrick mav introduce giving that
right to the towns and cities of the
state as well.
Oppose Wilson Hill.
Some members of the senate and
hou.se do not take kindly to the bill
sent up to the senate by the railway
commission which assesses the cost
of making rate or service invest iga
tions against the corporations them
selves. The charge is deemed excrbit
ant by some of the members and they
believe that while it is l ight in prin
ciple the cost should be modified. The
bill was introduced, according to the
commissioners, to take care of the
constantly increasing cost of making
"We cannot ask the legislature for
more money for this work, and as it
must be done, we have to bring in the
expense in this manner," said one of
the commissioners today.
SUCCESSFUL GANCE AT
GOATES' HALL SATURDAY EVE
The dunce given at Coates' hall by
a number of the young men of the
city Saturday evening was a pleasant
one in every way ami enjoyed, by
fjuite a large crowd of dancers while
the spectators present was such as
to fill the balcony to its utnvst ca
pacity. The Pinkard orchestra fur
nished the music for the occasion, and
their program of well selected num
bers was received with marked 'ap
proval by the audience and the or
chestra responded with a number of
encores including a number of the
late popular songs. This orcheslra
is one of the most popular in Omaha
and their diversified program was one
that proved very pleasing. The or
chestra is composed of piano, saxa
phone, mandolin and rums.
A want ad hi the Journal will bring
Stop! Look! Listen!
You may need an Auctioneer
W. ft. YOUNG
s still in the ring You will find
on the Murray Exchange.
Reverse Ail Galls!
Route No. 1
K u Hi n i Declares Italians Under Aus
trian Control Must Have
Rome, Jan. (Via Paris, Jan.
291 "Italy wishes once for all to
free the Italians who are still living
under Austrian tyranny," said Fran
cesco Puffini. minister of public in
struction in a statement to The As
sociated Press in regard to President
Wilson's address to the senate.
"Part of the President's message re
garding the possibility of seeking
guarantees fur future peace, is sup
ported in its fundamental ideas by
the entente, which in its note set forth,
the same aspirations for a stable set
tlement in Europe.
"Naturally the particular way in
which Mr. Wilson proposes to safe
guard peace in the future requires
discussion. Such a discussion, how
ever, is premature at this time fo- us
since the president admits himself,
an indispensable preliminary to a fu
ture understanding is that the present
war must first be ended. For us
actors, not spectators this prelimin
ary is of the greatest interest. There
fore it is essential to see whether
our war aims, which involve such
sacrifices for us that are in conflict
with those essential conditions indi
cated by President Wilson as neces
sary to safeguard peace in the future
"The aims of Italy are indispen
able conditions of peace. Mr. Wiisor
cited as an example oi waat was
needed, the reconstruction of Poland
adding that it was necessary to have
'inviolable security of life, of worship
and of industrial and social develop
ment for all peoples who have livet
hitherto under the power of govern
ments devoted to a faith and purpose
hostile to their own. The president
also said the world can be at r.eaet
'only if its life is stable and there car
be no stability where the will i ; in
rebellion, where there is not tr.-n
quility of spirit and a sense of justice
of freedom and right.' Italy, having
laboriously emerged from bondage by
driving out the .Austriar.s has among
her war aims the attainment of com
pkte unitv. this is lustifieo histor
ically and in completion will be
proper act, because Italy does i:ot
wish to live by the grace of oth.es
She has already been able to con
stitute her national solidarity and is
working todav to settle finally the
question of her unity.
"President Wilson could not find a
better examplification of thc.-'e prin
ciples that the war in which Italy is
fighting beside her allies. Italy's
aims can be attained oly by victo -y
since her enemy never for an instant
has hidden or modified the principle?
of tyranny and oppression whi.di
would negative absolutely the prin
ciples proclaimed by the president.
"In fact, the statement of Premier
Tisza of Hungary shows that Aus
tria-Hungary not only wishes to con
tinue oppression of the various na
tionalities but desires to extend it to
the Balkans, over Serbia, Montenegro
and Rumania. All tin's is monstrous
and particularly repulsive to Italy
whose situation, on account oi the
Italians still under Austrian rule, is
unique. These Italians do form
separate nation subject to Antral
like Bohemia but they are a suffering
and bleeding part of a nation, the
greatest part of which has attained
its freedom. Italy would be un
worthy of her liberty and strength
if she permitted unchanging Autria
forever to grind down her Italian
"Americans who enjoy entire inde
pendence, cannot fail to understand
Italy's position in the conflict, why
Italy cannot lav down her arms until
i common victory signalizes realiza
tion of those aims which are indis
pensable conditions for a future peace.
t is inadmissible that the just desire
for peace which inspires even neu
trals could coincide with submission
to brutal and truculent power."
)AMA(Ji: SLIT IN COUNTY COURT
From Tuesday's 1 tally.
Yesterday the time of the county
court was taken up with the hearing
of the damage suit of Otis T. Levda
vs. Leslie Gregory, in which the
plaintiff sued for $28.80 damages
caused as is alleged in the petition of
the plaintiff, by the defendant run
ning i!itohis automobile with another
ruto and which necessitated the
plaintiff expending the sum of $28.80
for repairs as well as the expense of
two trips to Plattsmouth from his
home near Murray, totalling (?20, and
the sum asked for by the plaintiff
was $48.80. The court entered de
fault against the defendant in the
sum of $18.20 as he failed to appear
o contest the case. The accident over
which the case arose occurred on De-
cember 25, in the vicinity of Murray. -
S S OP
The simplest and best way
to stop couhs, is to take
Foley's Honey and Tar
. You get the curative influence of the
pine balsam together with the rr.o'.lifying
effeef of the honey, an J other hcnlin4
ingredients, it kaes n s-jotlvng coat
ing oi: iie ie.:hM.ic.i tiohhaj; throat,
ri:-e phlegm c- siiy atrl r.;.t : q iick
end to hard wcsi-ii:" co ir.n.i
!. K lis;!. Mute. Va."..r;:.-i': ' J.r, l.or:!r
c:f I j'ty't rio:n;y utd 7 ar s'urptJ .1 truuJf
's;me bronchial c gh auJ ;r.-i.a.;t.i! Cur !,-.!
lu.tlisrcj ii-.t lor Aicca years." Your J.ur
ccl.d ii. Try it.
Ki.-iu W'.-.l i. s.lay-s laiiy.
From the ideal wcathe;
that have prevailed in this locality
since Sunday morning the residents
of this city were suddenly transport
ed back to the realms of real old win
ter this morning when the long looked
for cold wae that had been predicted
made its a ppea rant e ' wit h both feet.
It had been announced for the past
two days that a change in the weather
conditions could, be looked for through
out the west following the Wyoming
blizzard, but the continued favorable
condition with the balmy breezes and
hiedi temperatures continued. Last
nielit following a warning to the
stocknu n and residents of the west
ern portion of the state by the Omaha
v.vuther bureau, to prepare for the
storm it arrived. The temperature
was not greatly affected by the
change, but the sharp northwest wind
accompanied by flurries of s:uw
made it decidedly uncomfortable and
reached at times the proportions of
an old time blizzard and in the stock
country f the west will undoubtedly
cause much loss to stuck. It is not
thought by the weather bureau that
the sturm will bring any intense cold
weather in is wake although t ho
sudden change makes it seem much
MARRIED FOLKS' GLUS
ENJOY GANCE LAST NiGliT
"The Married Folks" dancing ilub
held another of their enjoyable dunces
!a.-t evening at the Modern Woodman
hall on sixth street and for several
hours the delights of the dance was
enjoyed to the utmost by the twenty-
five couples present. The Platts
mouth orchestra under the direction
of Tern Svoboda furnished the music
for the occasion and the time was
passed most delighful to all. This
organization is composed of a num
ber of the lovers of dancing ar.d their
gatherings furnish a great deal of
enjoyment to the members at the
semi-monthly dances. At a suitable
hour the members of the jolly party
were treated to light refreshment
which served to add to the delightful
event and it was near the witching
lour when the members wended their
way homeward feeling that the gath
ering had been one of more than
WHERE TO FIND THE MAN
The piece to tai e the true measure
of a man is not the market place or
the amen corner, nor the forum oi
the hi Id. but at his ovn fireside.
There he lays aside his mask and you
may learn whether he is imp or angel,
king or cur, hero or humbug. We
cure not what the world says of him
whether it crown him with jewels or
pelt him with bad eggs, we care never
a copper what his reputation may be.
If his children dread his corning homi
and his. better half swallows her heart
every time she asks him for a dollar,
le's a fraud of the first water, even
though he prays night and morn till
Ire is black in the face and howls hal-
elujah till lie shakes the eternal hills.
TO BE OPERATED ON.
'roni Tuesday's Daily.
C. II. Vallery, one of the promi
nent farmers of the precinct is to be
operated on this af.terr.oon at the
Immanuel hospital in Omaha, where
he has been for the past few days.
Mr. Vallery has been .suffering for
some time witli a growth on his neck
that has been giving him a great
deal of trouble and it is hoped by the
operation to allard him relief from
this affliction. His two brothers, T.
W'. and J. K. V.dki'.v. departed this
afternoon for Omaha to be present at
s. .WW!. !!
FROM PERU NORMAL.
Dr. House's Browning class recently
gave him two beautiful books, bound
in ooze leather, one, the Poems of
Robert Browning; the other, Poems of
Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Prof. Greg attended on Wednesday
a meeting of the board of directors of
the State Sunday School association.
He was also in conference with State
Superintendent Clemmons on school
President Hayes attended a meeting
of school superintendents of the state
in Lincoln last week.
On Monday evening representatives
from the girls' physical training class
es gave an exhibition including drills
and folk dances. A butterfly dance
and a colonial dance were made very
effective by appropriate costumes. En
thusiasm ran riot when the senior
gills met the junior girls in basket
ball. The game was a close one
throughout, but the final score was
22 to 18 in favor of the seniors. '
One of the most delightful social
events ever held in Peru was the
party given Saturday night by the
senio' girls, who entertained the boys
of their classe, the Sophomores, post
graduates and faculty members. This
was the first social event to be held
in the new training building, which
proved to afford excellent facilities for
such an occasion.
On Saturday. January 27, the fol
lowing persons attended a meeting of
the Women's Educational club in Lin
coln: Miss Tibbetts, Miss Rulon, Miss
lioven. Miss Mutz, Miss Rose Clark,
Miss Esther Clark, Miss Krebs, Miss
Hosmer ar.d Miss Kelley. Miss Kelley
gave the principal talk on the pro
This and Five Cents!
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enclose five cents to Foley & Co., 2S35
Sheffield avenue, Chicago., 111., writ
ing your name and address clearly.
You will receive in return a trial
package containing Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for coughs, colds, and
croup; Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley
Cathartic Tablets. Sold everywhere.
For regular action of the bowels;
easy, natural movements, relief of
constipation, try Doan's Regulets. 25c
at all stores.
Itching, bleeding protruding or blind
piles- have yielded to Doan's Ointment.
oOc at all stores.
Young married man wants work on
farm by the year. Good worker. Pre
fer separate house. Inquire at the
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East of Riley Hotel.
W-x-n I4"M4' 44HM 'I-M'-l-I
oitiri.it or m:Ki-t; on im:iihon
l-'Oi: XI'I'OINTWFNT OF
In (lie County Court
In the matter of the estate of Margaret
n leading and lilimr the petition o
Dorothv M. I.vnch pravin;r that Ad
ministration o said Kstate may tic
Planted to her as Administratrix.
itnb red. That February L'th. A. it.
i:U7. at ten o'clock A. Al.. is assigned
for hearing- of said petition, when all
net-sons interested in said matter ms
aoiieai at a County Court to be held
in and for said County, and show caus
why the prayer of the petitioner
.dioi:!d not be "ranted: and that notici
of the pendency of said petition and
the heariim' thereof be '.riven to all
nersuiis interested in said matter by
publishing;- a copy ot this order in (he
1 'la 1 1 sinout h Journal, a weekly news-
i aier nritited in said County for thre
siii'i-i'ssivi1 weeks, prior to said day of
Dated Januurv I'l'nd, 1',U7.
AI.M-:. J. F.KF.SoN.
First publication l-J5-lt)l".
IN Till: IMNTICICT COI'IIT OF 'I'll 10
fOI .Vl' OF CAS, -N Cllll A.NKA.
In the malter of the Cuardianship of
Ceoi ne T. Con-man. r rank r. ole
ician. Fverctt 11. Coleman and Mar-
traret S. Coleman, minor heirs of
Marry K. Coleman, deceased.
Now on this l'7th day of December,
I !t 1 1.. Ibis cause cawie on for hearing
upon the petition of Nannie K. Cole
man, as guardian of Ocorge T. Coleman,
Frank K. Coleman. Kverett II. Coleman
and Margaret S. Coleman, minors, of
the age of sixteen, fourteen, twelve and
eight yea-s respectively, and minor
heirs of Marry I-:. Coleman, deceased,
playing for license to sell the South
I I .-i i t" ot the Northeast Quarter and the
Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty
throe cj:;i Township Thirty-two CIl')
K'anue Forty-four i 11 i in Sheridan
Couniv. Nebraska, for the purpose of
set i ri !i: funds for -'the maiiitena lie.'
unii ei ! u c.s i io-i ol her said wards, and
tor tie ; r. i s I men t of tl.e balance of
the proceeds of the sale of said real
estate for the benefit of said minor
heirs, tie re not being sufficient per
sonal property belonging to said
minors for their maintenance and edn-
IT IS TMFUF.FOKK OKDtJtlKD that
the text of km of said wards, and all
persons interested in their estate ap
pear before me ut the District Court
rtooiTi in the Court Hou? nt Tint
inuutii. C'a.--s County. -Nebraska, on.ti
i'j9t uav of February. lfUT. at th tic
of ten o'clock A. M. to snow cflns r?.;
n licence PhoulJ not ho granted to ail
guardian to ell tlif a wove detcribrU
ral frsiate of paid words.
Notic t" fiivpn by publishing this
order in the I'latt.smout it Journal tor
thife successive weeks before date of
Hated this 'Ttli day of 1 tee.iu bei ,
jamks t. ui;um:n.
.ludare Itistrict Court.
i -12-1 i T-1 si issue. :; wks.
In the County Court of Cass County,
Sjiate of Nebraska,
County of Cass.
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Dora Oldham Moore, deceased:
On reading the petition of Oeorjo
.lackson Oldham praying that the jn
sti'iinii'iit tiled in this court on tie- K.th
day of untiary. 11U7. and purporting tu
lie" the last will and testament of thej
said deceased, may be proved and al
lowed, and recorded as the last will
and testament yf Dora Oldham Moore,
deceased; that said instrument lie ad
milted to probate, and the administra
tion of said estate be granted to Ceorpe
Jackson Oldham as executor. It is
hereby ordered that you, and all per
sons interested in said matter, may and
do, appear sit the County Court to be
held in and for said county, on tin?
Hth day of l"e br ua r , .. D., 1U17 at 1
o'clock a. m., to show cause, if any
there bo. why the prayer of the peti
tioner should not be slanted, and that
notice of the pendency of said petition
ami that the hearing thereof be ;iveii
to all persons interested in said mat
ter be publishing a copy of this order
in the j'lattsmouth Journal, a weekly
newspaper printed in said county, for
three successive weeks prior to said
dav of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal of sal.!
court, this 15th day oi January. A. I',
alli;n j. i:i:k.so
(Seal.) County Judge.
1-15-17 1st publication.
State of Nebraska,
County of Cass.
In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Joseph
II. Kuhns, deceased.
Now on this J lth day of January,
1917. there was tiled in this court the
petition of Julia K. Kuhns. widow of
said deceased, alleging therein that the
said Joseph ii. Kuhns has departed this
life intestate and was a resident and
inhabitant of said County of Cass and
was seized of the following described
real estate, to-wit: The south half of
lots 1. '1 and '! in block 4. in White's
Addition to the City of 1'lat tsmoutr
Nebraska. which was occuphd
said deceased as a homestead and of
less value than two thousand (?1'.0"I
dollars, and that under the. law of the
Stale of Nebraska said real estate is
exempt from attachment, execution or
other mense process and not liable for
the payment of any debts of sai.,' .let-eased:
that said deceased left - f,r
viviiiK' him as his sole and only l.cjrs
at law and the only persons interested
in said estate Julia K. Kuhns. widow,
resilience. 1 'la t tsmou t h. Nebraska. ae
.".; Krtbert I". Kuhns, son. residences
I. o.s .nireles, California. aj:e M; Shirley
K. MacHeth. daughter, residence I.os
Angeles. California. ae 'JG; and Stanley
I-:. Kuhns. son. residence. Plattsmouth.
Nebraska. an'e --. and praying for a
hearing on --aid petition and that upon
such hearinir Jin older bo entered dis
pensinu with the regular administra
tion of said estate and a final decree bo
entered designating the sole heirs at
law and eoiilirm infi the title to said
real estate to such heirs
it is Tiii:i:i;ioi:i-; okdkiikd that
a hearing be had upon said petition be
fore this court in the County Court
Koom. in the City of I Ma t tsmou th. Ne
braska, on the 7th day of February.
i;U7, at ten o'clock A. M. and that all
persons interested in said estate in
cluding creditors, if any, be notified
of such hearing bv the publication of
this order for three weeks prior to said
day of hearinic. in the I 'la t tsmou til
Journal of said county.
Uv the Court.
A 1. 1. FN .?. HFFSO V
1-15-17 :: weeks County Jude,
i tiii: iiisniK t on iir of tiii;
COl.VI'V OF CASS, AFIIHAMvA.
A. I.. Tidd, Plaintiff.
Simpson Butcher, et al. Defendants.
Notice of Suit tu (uiet Tlllr.
To the defendants Simpson Butcher:
the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees.
personal representatives and all other
ersons interested in the estate ot
Simi.son Hut chef, deceased: John F.
Cummiiigs also known as John F. Cum
mins; Mrs. John F. Cummings also
known as Mrs. John F. Cummins, first
real name unknown; the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep
resentat Ives, and all other persons in
terested in the estate of John F. Cum
mings also known as John V. Cummins,
deceased: the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, personal representatives and
all other persons interested in the es
tate of Mrs. John F. Cummings also
known as Mrs. John F. Cummins, first
real name unknown, deceased: S. N.
Merriam, first real name unknown;
Mrs. S. N. Merriam, first real n:in: un
known; the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, personal representatives -nd
all other persons interested in thi-r.-s-tate
of S. N. Merriam, first real name
unknown, deceased: the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep
resentatives and a'l .other persons in
terested in the estate of "Mrs. S. N.
Merriam. first real nam.' unknown, de
ceased: Fllen Howard: .lohli Doe How
ard, first real name unknown, husband
or widower of Kllen Howard; the un
known heirs, devisees, legatees, person
al representatives and all other per
sons interested in the estate of I'lleti
Howard, dec. ased; the unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and all other persons inter
ested in the estate of John Doe How
ard, first real name unknown, deceased;
l.ouizsa Miles: Bit-hard Hoc Miles, lirst
real name unknown, husband or wid
ower of I.oiiiza Miles: the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep-
lescniativcs and all other pe'Aois in-
tetested in the estate of Loui.-K Miles.i
deceased; the unknown heirs, devisees
icgaicts, personal representatives and
all other persons interested in the es
tate of Kichatd Boe Miles, lir.r re.-i I
name unknown, deceased: Marirunt A
I'lumer: William IMumer: .loin, 1.
Kceves; Mrs. John I.. Keevi s lir.-t real
name unknown: the unU-m
devisees, legatees, nersoioil i-.i.i-.....,f ..' "
lives and all other persons interested
in the estate of John I.. K"ocv.. .i...
ctased; the unknown heirs, d-vi'-oes
legaUfs. personal representatives and
all other persons interested in the
tate of Mrs. John I.. Keeves. first nut
name unknown, deceased; the un
known owners and the unknown c-lai.n-ants
of lot seven (7). In block eleven
(lit Plattsmouth, Cass county. Ne
Lraska. You are hereby notiKe.l c. .... ii...
L'th day of December v i . i '
plaintiff filed his suit I., l... t:
Court of the County of Cass. Nobm sloi
to ouiet plaintiffs title t.. . :
described lot, to-wit: lot seven (7i in
block eleven (11). City or Plattsmouth.
f ass fount . Nebraska, because of his
adverse possession bv himvir .....i i i
grantors for more than ten years prior
to he commencement of said suit and
to enjoin each and all of vou it. -mi
having or claiming any right. "t Itle. ljeti
or interest e ther legal or e.,uital.ie. in
or any part thereof.
......in mi oiuer oi tin., court Vnif
,.. .1 i . . . . U'll"
ire rcipiircil to answer k:.i.i :
on or before Mondav. February 1 ''
entered therein - - .. .
' '."i imm in r e ill ...
A. U TIDD, PI a in Mir;
i.. i nid, rro Si
W". A. BoiiKiiTSf iv
tin i ' lo ' ' .l ""'Mi your right.'
anvd mVI:'"' "J" ""U?. If
" . . 'MJH.HilP, MlMl Ilk
have tin- same adjudged inferior to tlo
itle of plaintiff and for general ,.., .
table relief. This notice . .. ..
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
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