The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, May 03, 1917, Page PAGE 3, Image 3
THURSDAY, MAT 3, 1517. PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEK L Y JOURNAL. PAGE 3. I.FGAI, .NOTICE. itjr to Xnn-Iiesident Defendants, 'fuf-ir Heirs. Ifvis-es. lfiates, 1 vrsdnal Oprcsp r.t a t ive p. and Ivrsons 1 ntfi-est'l in Their Ks I :i t . William William?, if livnig1. If !-,-.-:(!, i'nf unknown heirs. devisees, i.i: at es. i''rsn:! .representatives anil si ! j.-rsoi;s i meresteil in the estate of V.'iiiiiitn Williams, l-oense il : Joshua llmwn, if liviiiir. if deceased, the nn knuvn heirs, ileviseo.s. If tees, per (.tio1 ifTiifSf ntatives anil all persons l'.tt-i est.M in the estate of Joshua C.ii'Wn, i:i-rcascil ; Xnali h:iyt(in, if liv il !--asi!. the iiiikn'iwii heirs, ,t.. s, l',ur;il"rs, jirrsonal represen tatives atnl all jursiins interested in t: state f N:iii Lay ton. deceased: I. Allen, if livinij, if dec-eased, tie i ti k ri i wn heiis, devisees, legatees, representatives and all per interested in the estate of Isaac ; Alien, dei-eased; the unknown heirs, ,;.-iee-. legatees, jicrsonal repiesen i.iiif aid all persons interested jn t e-ial" of V. 1 . Merriatn, first real ..i!i:e aaknown: defeased; Nancy K. t'-.ul.r. wiie f A. S. I-'owler: Kllen I-.uii r. wife of fharles Fowler: Ior i i Ann Williams, if living:, if Oe-t-a -!-.!. the unknown heirs, devisees, jei.tt-e-. ieroiul representatives atld ; T--r.-ons interested in the estate of .V.. w I t t ; v. Ann Williams, dei-eased: Kd-I'.i-own, it" livinsr. if deceased. . ' i ti '! ?i i.eirs, devisees, lesratees, -t-- r i it i representatives and sill per- - ir ti rested in the estate of Kdwin Cin-.vi:, .leieaseil: Ahrnham Smith, i. vim:, it' defeased. the unknown its. levisees. W-iratees, nersotial rep---n";.tiv. s ami all persons intejest ! in ti.e estate of Abraham Smith, le .. -!: Sam-i'd Williams, if livinfr, if ... el, tie unknown heirs, devisees, ;tes, personal ri pres. mat i ves ami ' ; person.- interested in the estate of m.U'I Williams, deceased; Isaac 11. kins, if iivinir. :1 deceased, the 'ikfown heirs, ilpvisci s. lesratees, -ona! representatives and all per--r;s interested in the estate of Isaac ': Wat kin.--, deieas'd: the tir.klKiwn i t s. d - is- es. eustfs. personal rep r --;ta t ives and all persons interest ed tie estate of Atiseimo f'.. Smith, .. .a-ed. Mn !:;! ll. tts. if living-, if i .:. The unknown heirs, ih-visees. , personal representatives and !. . T- .'is interested in the estate of .V:t.;el ltts, deceased: Sarah IJetts. : ; ; v:iii;. if deceased, the unknown :.--::s. i. visees. h-iratees. personal ivp . -.-i.tatives and all pet sons interested ': lie estate of S.i la li lletts, deceased: i -iuknowtl hei.-s. devisees, legatees. Prsorial representatives and all per- -":;s interested m Tie estate of I'iiris- li-iM lietts. .u-.-.-ased: Tootle, first )-al n.ime uiikiiown. if livinsr, if de- .t. n i ; 1 1 k n i:.it--'s. personal teprest : ji.-isniis interested iti Tootle. deceased; r-t t-al name unknown . e.iseil. the unknown ir.itees. t'eisonal nt; 111' Far: devisees. at i ves and estate of Varleisrl:. if living, if h-irs. devisees. representatives and i-- lnteiestetl in tile estate ot eisrh. deceased; the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees. persnal rep t sentat i es and all persons inter ested n the estate of 1 .. T. Thacker, first teal name unknown, deceased: llet:'-'. iMiliojc. if livintr. if deceased, the unknown heirs, devisees, leiratees, personal representatives and all per s..Tis interested in the estate of Henrv l':i:o:s. defeased: John flemmons, if i . imr. if deceased, the unkiiown heirs i;..vi-t-r, leiratees, personal represen .t : ill-; l!.d It V all persons interested m of John (Vmniuns, de 'unknown owners and oc all lots and parts of lots es an estate edl t!:- . :.ts of su h-d i visions in the . and iti any ami to in the County of town of Lil all additions Cass, iNehras- 7i"t Hit plaint 1M7. i i t W he!- 1 en.ia w I. if ! t. 1 est i-nd The east t ' :e l-f e t- n yni are hereby t . C ampliell. Jis and each of d that William i:T. on the i.th day of April tiled his petition in the District of Cass County, Nebraska, in vmi and all of you are de- Ms:" the oi.ie t ami prayer of jietiti-m is that the claim, in- . riuht. title and estate of each verv one of oil in and to Northeast Quarter of the South I'tiaiter in Section five and :ast half of the Northeast Quar- Section five iJi, all in Township lni. Kan ire fourteen (14 1. Cass three successive Tveks prior to said y of hearing-. Witness my hand, and seal of said court, this lst day of -April, A. Li., I!tl7. ALLEN J. BF.ESOX, Seal) County Judge. First Published April 2?.. 1917. :t.i. Nebraska : also the s-outntast .c.:i:ter of tlie Southeast Quarter of .-'t Ion thirtv-two i"-J. all in Town . ., eleven ill'. North Kanire four t. . ;, (14 i. ,ss Cour.ty. Nebraska. ;.. .i.-.iaied invalid, alid of no force atid e'Tei t. Ti.at the t:'tie of said plaintiff in atid to sai l real estate, and every part i i : he ouieted as atrainst you and a. 1, atid every one of you. as atrainst an. ii Ti 1 all claims of any person l.Toruh or bv vmi. anil that they be ;i,!:.iir-il arid decreed that each and a.; ; ou whose names are above set ;"..!ti., :f Iivinir, and if deceased, the ! ; . . .U visees. leiratees. personal rep i -.-,;;. ti s and all oilier persons in terested i:i the state of each and n and to said real t thereof, and that .a im 'f T. l ave no risrht, title, r interest r an- p: :;e of you i ai il a 1 1 of said defendants, those lied, and those whose names are unknown, and not stated, he forever halted from claimniir or assertintr any r -:i t. titie. interest or estate in and to -aid r.-al estate, or any part there of, and for such other and further re lief as to the court mav seem just and la Vmi and each of you are further notified that you are required to an swer said petition on or before Mon !a. the Ilth ilav of June. 1417. WILLIAM I". CAM I'll KLL. c. ,. i:.WLS. Klaintiff. Attorney. sw-4wks-em Apr r,0 lftit itKKKimirs s.i.n. N". M. Thomas, et ah I'laintiffs, li ar Jenninjrs vs. rsweei m. et ah. I (efendants. itlee f ale. N'oti-e is hereby (riven that by vir tue of an order entered in the fore-(roin'-r entitled cause on the Uth day of April l'.'l". by the Iistrict Court of Cass Countv, Nebraska, L the tin ersiirned. Thomas Wallins. sole ICefer ee appointed by said Court, will on the "1st dav of May iyl7. at Ten o'clock in ti.e forenoon, at the South door of the Court House in tiie City of Platts mouth. in Cass County. Nebraska, of fer for sale to the highest bidder for cash. the following described real estate, to-wit: 9 The v.-i st half of t!,e northeast nuar t f of Section r umbered four f4 in Township Kleven i ' l , north, in Kanire Nine (!!. east of the t.th I. M... in Cass County, Nebraska. containing 77.;:: acres according to Government S.ir vev. Said sale will remain open for bids for one hour. THOMAS WALLING, Keferee. JOHN" M. LEY PA, Attorney. First Published April 1', 1917. J.KGAL XOTICn In ilie County Court of Conn County, ebrnkn. State of Nebraska. Conntv of Cass. ss. To pertha Marks. Auffnst FUnrk, Mollie Dillion. Joiiann Frederick Stark, and William Stark, and all persons in terested in the estate ot Joiiann . Stark, deceased: On readine the petition of Joiiann Frederick Stark prayintr that the in strument filed in this court on the 21st dav of April. 117. and purporting to be the last will and testament of the said deceased, may be proved and al lowed, and recorded as the last will and testament of Joiiann 1. Stark, deceased; that said instrument be admitted to probate, and the administration of said estate be (Trained to Jlenry A. Tool as execn t or. it is hereby ordered that you, and all persons interested in said matter, may, and do. appear at tiie County Court to tie held in and for said conntv. on the 1Mb day of May. A. 1). 1!H7. at 11:00 o'clock A. M.. to show cause, if any there be. wiiy the prayer of the peti tioner should not be fr ran ted. and that notice of the pendency of said petition and that the hearing; thereof be (riven to all persons interested in said mat ter by publishing a copy of this Order in the piattsmouth Journal a semi weekly newspaper printed in said county, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearinfr. Witness mv hand, and seal of said court, this rist day of April. A. 1 ., HOT. ALLEN .T. P.EESON. (Seal) Count v Judire. First Published April 2", 1H17. i.i:gl mitk i: In the County Court of Chmm County, rhrnokii. Slate of Nebraska. County of Cass. ss. To all persons interested in the es tate of Clarence Kugene llabbitt, de ceased : ( n readinsr the petition of Maude IT. Paid.itt prayimr that the instrument fled in this court on the 17th day of April. 1917, and purporting to be the last will and testament of the said de ceased, may be proved and allowed, and recorded as the last will and testament of Clarence Euirene Habbitt. deceased; that said instrument be admitted to probate, and the administration of said state be Granted to Maude 11. P.abbitt, as executrix. It is hereby ordered that you. and all persons interested in said matter, maw and do. appear at the County Court to be held in and for said county, on the tr.th dav of May, A. 1. 1917. at ten o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any there be. whv the prayer of the peti tioner should not he granted, and that notice of the pendency of said petition and that the hearing thereof be given to all persons interested in said matter bv publishing a copy of this Order in tiie Piattsmouth Journal a semi-weekly newspaper printed in said county, for otic n. Court of CaMM County, et al. In the nutrict .eltmk.n. Cyril Kalinn. Plaintiff, vs. Piattsmouth Ferry Company 1 lefenuants. To tiie Piattsmouth Ferry Company; the Unknown Heirs, lb-visees. Lega tees. Personal Kepresentat ives. and ll Oilier Persons nterested in the Estate of Joel Solomon, deceased: Mrs. Mat hew F.oyd, First Keal Name l'n known. Wife or Widow of Mathew P.ovd: Kobert H. Pnyd. if livin.s-. if deceased. The I'nknown Heirs, lievi sees. Leiratees-. Personal Kepresenta tives and all Other Persons Interested in the Estate of Kobert 11. Iloyd, de ceased, defendants: You and each of you are hereby noti fied that on the nth day of April, 1H17. the Plaintiff I erein, Cyril Kali na. filed his petition in the Iistrict Court of Cass County. Nebraska wherein von and each and all of you are made defendants, the object, pur pose, and prayer of which said petition is to obtain a decree from said Court emovinsr clouds from and iuietinsr the title to the following described real estate in Plaintiff, to-wit: Lots numbered Three (3) and Foul 1 4 in Klock numbered One Hundred Stxtv-Seven (167 in the City of Piattsmouth. in Cass County, Ne braska, according to the published and recorded plat thereof. As asrainst you and each and all of vou. and to refoim a certain convey ance made on March 20th. lsOO, by one Joel Solomon, (since deceased to 1 H. Solomon, recorded in Look "L" ol deeds at Pajre 10a of the records of Cass County. Nebraska, to conform to the intentions of the -rrantor therein and have same decreed to have convey ed lot :! in said block 107 Piattsmouth, Nebraska, to said srrantee, notwith standing that said conveyance omitted to state where said premises were lo cated, and to exclude and enjoin yoi: and each and all of you from ever as serting or claiming- any ri.sht, title, estate or interest in arid to the real esfate uescribed in said petition and before described, r.dverse to plaintiff by reason of Plaintiff's adverse pos session of saiil premises, by himself and his grantors for more than ter .ears prior to the commencement of this action, and for such other and further relief as equity may require This notice is given and published nirsuant to an Order of said Court. You are required to answer said pe tition on or before the 2Sth day of May 1917. or default will be taker, against you therein. CYRIL KALTNA. Plaintiff. JOHN M. LEYPA. Attornev. First Publirhed April ICth, 1917. LEGAL NOTICE In the Plulrlet Court of the Couuty of Cbhm, .'Nebraska. Charles II. Shopp, Plaintiff, vs. Walter G. Leming, et al. Pefendants. otiee of Suit to Quiet Title To the defendants. Walter G. Leming zubak Jane Leming; the unknowr. heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep resentatives and all other persons in terested in the estate of Walter G Leming. deceased: the unknowr leirs. devisees, legatees, personal rep resentatives and all other persons in terested in the estate of Azubak Jane Leming. deceased: George Yander raant; Mrs. George Yandermant, first real name unknown: the unknowr. heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep resentatives and all other persons in terested in the estate of George Yan dermant. deceased: the unknowr heirs devisees, legatees, personal rep resentatives and all other persons in Terested in the estate of Mrs. George Yandermant. first real name unknown lee-eased: Mrs. John G. Hinchman. first real name unknown; the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep resentatives anl all other persons in terested in the estate of John G. Hinchman, deceased: T. S. Collier, first real name unknown: Martha Ann Col lier: the unknown heirs, devisees, lega tees, personal representatives and al' tlier persons interested in the estate of T. S. Collier, first real name unknown, leeeased; the unknown heir, devisees, legatees, personal representatives and all other presons interested in the es tate of Martha Ann Collier, deceased; Francis J. Peters: the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees. personal repre sentatives and all other persons inter ested in the estate of Francis J. Peters, deceased; the unknown tiwners and claimants of the nortli-(XI-: 1-4) of the north (NE 1-4 of section six eleven (11, north rang and of the northeast 1-4 of the northeast section thirty-one t:;i the unknown east quarter east quarter t 6 i, towns hi i) fourteen 1 4 , qua i ter i N H NE l-l of townsl ip (12, north range fourteen U4. all east of the fith P. M. in the County of Cass. Nebraska. You are notified that on the Ifith day of April. A. I. 1917, plaintiff filed his" suit in the Pistrict Court of the County of Cass. Nebraska, to quiet plaintiffs title to the above described lands, to-wit. the north east quarter INK 1-4 1 of the northeast NK 1-4 of section six (B), township eleven (11), north range fourteen C14) and of the northeast quarter (NE 1-4) of the northeast l.NM 1-4) of section thirty one (."ID. township twelve (12). north range fl4), all east of the 6th P. M. in the County of Cass. Nebraska, be cause of his adverse possession by him self and his grantors for more than ten years prior to the commencement of said suit and to enjoin each and all of vou from having or claiming any right, title, lien or interest. either legal or equitable, in or to said lands or any part thereof: to require you to set forth your right, title, claim, lien or interest therein, if any, either legal or equitable, and to have the same adjudged inferior to the title of plain tiff and for general equitable relief. This notice is made pursuant to the order of the court. You are required to answer said pe tition on or before Monday, May 28th, A. L. 1917, or your default will be duly entered therein. CHARLES IL SHOPP. riaintiff. W. A. ROBERTSON. Attorney. First Published April 1G, 1017. UNION Ledger Ledger v ......... .w',.MT Everett Hunt, who joined the na tional guard a few weeks apo, came down from Omaha to spend Sunday with his friends and relatives. Mrs. Mellisa Keyser, who had been visiting at the home of Mrs. Jennie Frans about a week, returned to her home in Omaha last Thursday after noon. V. B. Banning has finished planting his forty-acre apple orchard east of town, and with this out of the way, he will commence work on the new garage in full force. Clarence Heebner came down from Lincoln Saturday, where he had been attending the state farm. He finished his course this spring and will remain here this summer. The wheat in this community is being plowed and the ground all plant ed to corn. If some of the other sec tions do not have boomer crops, it will be up to us to eat corn dodger next year. The beautiful new Baptist church of this place, which is new receiving th? final touches, is to be dedicated Sunday, May ". Watch next week' Ledger for full particulars and com plete program. Mrs. Will Marks went to Omaha Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Harry Graves. Mr. Graves is now employed in a printing office at Cen tral City, Neb., and his wife and daughter will move to that city in ths near future. Mrs. A. L. Becker, accompanied by her son, Henry, and daughter, Mary, autoed to Omaha Tuesday, where the tatter underwent an operation at the St. Joseph hospital for nasal trouble She expects to be able to return home in about a week. A small railroad bridge about a mile and a half north of Union caught fire 2arlv Tuesday morning, and had gained considerable headway before it was discovered by John Hansel, who ives near. It was soon extinguished before much ommage was done and lid not conflict with the service. The origin is unknown. K"5-H- K-S-K" -i-H-H Hv v NEHAWKA. NEWS. John Griffith left for York, Neb Wednesdav to visit his mother, who is quite poorly in health. The George Harshman eighty-acre ."arm was purchased this week by a .nan from near Talmage. Clarence Pool and family of Weep ng Water, visited at the Cunningham wme Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph West and laughter of Belvidere, Neb., visited it the home of D. C. West over Sun Jay. Mrs. F. R. Cunningham recently pent several days at the country wme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. cl. Vallery, near Murray. J. R. Vallery, from near Murray, notored down Sunday in his Stude oaker for a short visit with his daugh ter and family. Frank Stout of Lincoln, was a vis tor at the Vilas Shedon home Tues lay afternoon and night, returning lome Wednesday morning. Mrs. A. C. Didke, who has been naking an extended visit with a laughter at York, Neb., returned to Vehawka the latter part of last week. Gus says he was hoping she would -ome down pretty soon. The new Lundberg garage is going ip fast. Mr. James Miller and Ben ton W. Quick are laying the walls, and .vith the assistance of two helpers lave been laying more than three hun Ired blocks each day. Speedy work men. School meetings called for Friday and Saturday of last week resulted n a great victory for the boys and ?irls of districts 4, 15 and 18, when an affirmative vote made them a part of the consolidated district of Nehawka and vicinity. The children Df these districts can be cared for here without the necessity of putting up a new high school building. Auto transportation will be provided, and the new board should have the busses nick up the children at their homes and leave them again at home on the return trip in the evening. This is extremely important. To Prevent Self-Poisoning. Bowels clogged with waste matter poison the whole system. Foley Ca thartic Tablets work gently but sure ly; do not gripe nor couse nausea. Recommended for indigestion, consti pation, sick headache, bloating, bil iousness, sour stomach, gas on stom ach, coated tongue, bad breath or oth er conditions caused by disordered di gestion. Sold everywhere. 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For sixteen years Buick has been steadily building and perfecting valve-in-head motor cars, with the result that to-day it is generally understood that valve-in-head means Buick. The line cf Buick six-cylinder valve-in-head automobiles now offered the buying public is a complete one a car to suit every need, and day in the year. With a Buick you get service that is built into the car at the great Buick Factories, where the best ma terial is accurately made into parts carefully assembled into the complete car, assuring a minimum amount of attention to keep your Buick in condition to all times give complete motoring pleasure and satisfaction. 8 4 Sons Piattsmouth, Nebraska ELM WOOD. Leader-Echo. . - . a . I m J. F. Hoover shipped a car load of cattle and sheep to the Omaha mar kets on Monday and r. car load of hogs to Nebraska City. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Hylton and little Josephine, of Table Rock, visited at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hylton, lust week. Mrs. Herman Stege returned on la&t Saturday from Omaha, where she had undergone an operation. Her friends are glad to hear that she is much benefited. Lloyd DelesDernier, who has l eer, attending the military school at Kearney, Neb., is home fur a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. DelesDernier. Mrs. Fleming Robb and two children of Billings, Mont., arrived on Thurs day for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tysfn. Mr. Tyson motored to Lincoln to bring them to this place. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prentice are re joicing because of the arrival of a bouncing baby girl on April 8, 1917. They have named her Margaret May. Mrs. Prentice is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Reader. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Helms motored to Auburn Sunday to see the father of the latter, who is quite sick. They returned that evening, but Mrs. Helms was called back owing to the serious ness of her father's condition. Henry McCartney of Central City, Neb., arrived Sunday evening on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McCartney. His father has been very sick but is much better at this time. He returned home on Tues day. B. I. Clements has purchased a fine hearse body and is having the same mounted on his Willis-Knight Over land chassis. This is cne of the latest models of hearses and will make a very fine addition to his undertaking establishment at this place. Representative and Mrs. E. E. Good motored down from Lincoln Sunday to visit and look over the town. Mr. and Mrs. Good will be remembered here by many as they taught school here a good many years ago and lived in the house now occupied by Mrs. Paddleford. Mr. Good is a banker of Peru, Nel)., and is serving in this ses sion, of the legislature. They took dinner here, motoring back to Lincoln that evening. LOUISVILLE Courier Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rath bun, Sunday, April 22, 1917, a girl. Mrs. J. W. Kennison of Omaha vis ited her daughter, Mrs. Scott McGrew and family, over night last Friday. Emil and Rudolf Jacobson went to Omaha Saturday for a short visit with their brothers, Bert and Paul Jacobson. E. O. Mayfield, chairman of the state board- of control, accompanied by Mrs. Mayfield and son, Claude, wer? Louisville visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Duerr and little son, Lawrence Arthur, drove to Alvo Sunday to visit Mr. Duerr's brother, P. E. Ducrr and family. James Ramsey, who came here from Colorado last week, has moved his family in the A. J. Peitrich house on south Main street. He is a son of John Ramsey and left Cass county for Colorado fourteen years ago. John Group underwent a serious op era tion at the Methodist hospital last week, at which tim? his gall bladder was removed. The operation left him very weak, but his condition is hope ful and he is getting along as well as could be expected. Mrs. Denis Gardner of Golden, daughter of Mrs. Ellen Rathbun of this city, who underwent a serious operation last week, in Omaha, is re covering rapidly with all conditions very favorable. She will probably visit her relatives in this vicinity while recuperating. Mrs. Amos Keiser returned home Saturday from an extended visit in Lincoln with her daughter, Mrs. E. F. Pettis and family. She reports Mrs. Pettis gaining steadily after her recent serious operation and expects her to be able to make a trip to Lou isville in the near future. Mrs. Retta Muir and daughter, Ag nes, of Perry, la., were here Sunday to attend the funeral of C. E. Pribble. Mrs. Muir is a sister of Mrs. Pribble and, strange to relate, just four weeks before to the day, she buried her hus band. Mrs. Muir was formerly a teacher in the Louisville public schools. WEEPING WATER REPUBLICAN. Mi s. John W. Ruhga returned Mon day from York, where she had visited over Sunday with her daughter. Henry Haslam hoisted a, flag last week that he has had sin-e 1. The condition of the flag brought to the mind vividly the hard times in those Jays. Mrs. Anna Thomas arrived Wednes day morning from Longmont, Colo., for a couple of weeks' visit and to look after business matters and her property here. S. W. Orton went to Omaha Thurs day afternoon for an over night visit with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Smith and family, and to look after some business matters. Don Walker of Dunbar, who has been attending a veterinary school in Kansas City, arrived Friday and will work for Dr. W. II. Tuck again this summer during vacation. W. J. Doty returned Sunday eve ning from Ohio, where he had been since last year. He reports crop con ditions in Ohio as not the best. Wheat and clover and alfalfa are badly win ter killed. Mrs. L. W. Gregory and children left last week to poin her husband in their new home at Imperial. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Opal Giegory, who will also make their home in Chase county. Mrs. Frank Bokilman returned Tuesday evening from the Omaha hospital, where she had l-een recei-.ir.g treatment for the burns on her hand and arm. She is getting :dong nively although the one finger that wa- badly burned had to be taken off. Elmer Smalley and wife of Lo:pf City were over Sunday vi-itors at the John McKay home. Mr. Smalley had been at a hospital in Omaha for an operation for appendicitis. He got along fine and it was only three wicks from the time he left home until he returned. The pathetic scene of a mother and father giving up their only on for th service of their country was witness. d at the depot this Thursday morning when Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lehman had to say good-bye to their only S"!'.. Harold, as he boarded the train to serve in his country's call. Albert George Stoll died at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mr. Joe Stoll. near Eagle, Saturday night, April 21, 1917, of pneumonia at the age of 17 years 0 months and 10 day-. Funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon, and inter ment was in the Eagle cemetery. The Stoll family are well known in thi community, where they formerly lived. Dawson Will Fix It. How's This? We offer One HunJred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot b cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine r.ai been taken by catarrh tucrcr for tte past thtrty flve years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hail's Catarrh Medkine acts thru the Blood on t-.e Mucous surfaces, exp Ilinr the Poi son from the Blood and healing the d:s east d portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a treat improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once and ret rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. 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