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IHUKSDAY, MAY 21. If 17.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI. WEEKLY JOUENAC
E3 r: t&
ALL, EVEM F0ES: OST
REGISTER OH JOHE 5
mr.n in town. He wi!i go to
precinct, answer all qr.es-
tuMn Will ie g:vc-n a registration
ce: 1 ificate, wliich .--h-nvs he has er
f: me;! his duty. This ccitificate he
v.iil preserve. This cp.rd, bearing in
formation cncern!r.g him. wiil l.e sent
to the hour.: of registration. From j
there a duplicate will be sent to the '
adjutant general f r transmi.-sirn to'
the proTer authorities of the federal
2. The man out oT t;wn. If he
haves the city a.
h:.- vy J ) g' nr.
city vlet k , and th
t to the ofdee of the
re ar.ply f-r a rcg-
i i : 'at ion t.' d. A
'v of these will
If he is now
write to th?
out of town he
eitv clerk 1
: f.-.r- n
o! x:.e caiu i-e . : 10 tae t ti
r a 1-
!er:; of the city in
.hieh he k in ar. '.
The citV C:1?!'
vill ce-titv the
an i it shoti: i the it
Sh. liT ( D. Quin
mailed to Coar.tv
, who is head of i
the .-f the registi-ati'-n board here. In- j
close."! should a sta?rped and .-.- f- :
ed envelope, so that the pi : -
i ft : f
- - .
f I '. w
L-,:.vV-, - s
- - -is "
l -glsto! v.v: -will leccive a certiiicato J o-itc ill at hi r home weist of the city sponded proportionate to the popula
wiieti th.e cai d icaihes his home pre-J f.,r the past two weeks, is reported as tion than in any state in the union,
:k The sic'
the "will" ir
that he may
write to t he-
of town I
me class, as
n '.u. of tow
iivii"-itc a friend
of his home !
county for a card an.! the friend wiil
be e.xiiecied to ftil;: ! ; il : .uiremcnts j
before the city clerk of the city both!
are in. The can1, tout tier with the'
stamped and icturn a ! ire - -ed envt 1- '
ope, should then 1
-1. The mr.n in
Vu- acordinpf to
anr'ies to men i
the count y
-.r. ;ns.titutin This
i coil.-'ie.- hospitals
:in.l the in mates of
county institutions, such as the county
jdih The head of every insl itution
will be p;ivn cards, anl it then t'c
volves or. him to name an assistant to
take informal ion from the men unaer
his jurisdiction. The cards wiil be
sent to the e ::;: a! s i,f the native city
4. v a ' a- .. ;'. ' a ',. .
.vv VWV Wrw wm
E. W. THIWGAN,
t-fr- E t fe
Also agency for
tfcf J, iuam li.
for ESmvvoccJ, Stove Creek and cast half of
phone 35 -
rCT1 fr5f f"PV g
OF tiUftn C-Srl, USyila UrSSli, i$3SS5&Cl
a at w tarn
Hft If flit If
(of Council Bluffs)
The DcYoI Victors of Council Bluffs
src members of the Greater Omaha
league team, end one of the fastst
organizations in 'western Iowa. It
wiil he a rood fast frame and one well
Game Called ai 3:00
Wednesday, May 30th
or county. The cards of persons un
der indictment and awaiting trial will
be filed with those of other citizens.
The cards of convicted felons will be
kept in a separate file.
FIRE iri BARCLAY RESTAURANT
Causes some excitement
was occasiur.ed in the business por
lion of the city when the fire alarm
was turned in from the Barclay res
taurant, an 1 soon a large crowd was
em'.h. u in front c
,f th buih.Ung,
fire was located. There
il..ro hvvvpr. b-
the Haze, which originated from an
,.v.;-ha.ic(l lange catching the floor
U-r.eaih and for a few minutes it
1 tlv,L!;"h there miht he a
but the nromnt work
.'- r.iY.:M-;nr nf t'ip rp-
rant, soon hail the blaze put out
nl befwe the lines of hose could
0.,..,r . ,i n.,, rt ..n.i ihn
rc..all S(;l;r:d?d. The loss will only be
a few dollars to replace a portion of
'ne fiju!-;-, vhcre it was burned.
.WITH THE SiClv FOLKS.
.'! V ! 'hm!.1; ': 1 ail
Mrs. Henry Hirz, sr., who has been
still being in very serious condition.
and her family and friends have been
p - reatly worried over her illness as it
dees; not show the improvement hoped
Charles F. Feibes, v.'ho for several
jy.-.eks pa.-t has been confined to his
home l.-y illness, is now showing some
slight improvement over his condition
oT last week, and while still very sick
the change has greatly encouraged the
family in the hopes of his recovery.
The condition cf C. II. Vallery, who
is now confm-'d to his home on the
fi::m southwest cf the city, is very
ciitieal and the patient does not seem
te be as well as in the last few week:
and has .rrown some weaker from hi:
If yen desire any flag stickers now
is the time to secure them, at the
Journal oflice, where a new consign
ment ks just been received.
v j- . a- . x ai
tV Tr VV-AriV-VtiV--
9m Wm Am I sk I
Murdock, Mcb., '
of either car call or
B, cr wrste
n i T.9 t a r
e if am Mi i m
a & e a. r fc- v
JOE 5 A HOLIDAY
Neville Issues Proclamation for Ob
servance of Day of Heristra
tion Under Draft.
Suggests Patriotic and Musical Pro-j
grains and Display of Tlags.
From Tuesday's Daily.
June 5. the date fixed bv President i
Wilson's proclamation for the rejris- j
trution of all men of military agre !
throughout the United States, is to !
be a public holiday in Nebraska and
j will be observed with patriotic pro
grams and flag displays. Governor
Neville has issued a proclamation
supplementary to the president's, in
which he calls to citizens and patri
otic organizations to unite in making
the registration a conspicuous suc
cess, so far as this state is concerned.
Governor Neville's manifesto to
the people of Nebraska in regard to
the observance of the day specified
is as follows:
"The president of the United
States has by proclamation desig-j Dr. House, director of the festival
nated Tuesday, June o, 1917, as reg-jcf m-apic, is mailing several hundred
istration day, and directs all ' male j projjrair.s of ths Fsventh snnur.1 festi
citizens having reached the age of 21 1 vai Df :nus;c to be given June -i. This.
and not having reached the age of
31, to present themselves to their ac
customed polling places or other des
ignated registration places, to be en
rolled for such service as they are
best fitted to render their country.
"Therefore, I, Keith Neville, gov
ernor of Nebraska, declare that Tues
day, June o, 1917. shall bea holiday
so far as our industrial needs per
mit, and I urge upon the people of
the state that upon that day the
schools be closed; that the flag of our
country be prominently displayed
from public buildings, patriotic and
musical programs be arranged, and I
especially call upon the G. A. R., the
Spanish war veterans, the Sons of
Yeterans, the Commercial club and
Citizens to co-operate in making this
day a memorable one. to the end that
the registration, which is preliminary
to the selective draft, made necessary
hi order to insure that all render the
f 1 1 i 1 1 .1 I!n.J
service v. men tney are uesi micu
vatnoui regard lo weaim or siation
in iiii', anu una trie inaustries oi ine
.1 I-t i i 1 11 1
at tne nignest stanuaru snau marK
an enocli on our states mstory ana
be not .confounded vith the penal
"raft resorted to at the time of the
"I call upon every man of the ages
designated to present himself for en
listment, in order that the brilliant
record of Nebraska, established during
the civil war, when more men re
be,v if possible, excelled.
SOPHOMORES GIVE PROGRAM
IN HONOR GF THE SENIORS
From Te-il n.esd;i 's Dyily.
This morninff at the hiph school the
members of the sophomore class of
the school gave a very interesting
prop-ram in compliment to the mem
bers of the senior class, who are put-
ti ;n their ast (ay of scho(.l in the
)Uiidinjr that for the past four years,
has been their place of education and
where so many warm friendship? have
The atherinrj was presided overly
Robert Kroehlcr, president of the
sophomore class, and the occasionvas
one that will be long pleasantly re
membered by every one fortunate
enough to be present. The program
was quite extensive and some ten mu
ot.,1 w, V, r,;,.r-i
I dur'mc the hour and a half that was
1 v.i i i a1 4". llin .wl ft..lntTit.nf rP Vl f
1 llilliej JU1 tllC7 MllLi L.llllllAY. 11L. 1 lit.
sophomores slrowed by their thought-
fulness a keen regard for their asso
I ciates soon to leave them and their ef-
foits -were greatly appreciated by the
this is practically the last day ot
I 1 . . 1 T 1 -irei-T x 1 1 4 i
i eiiuoi iui me term, win: uiu
J commencement exercises tomorrow
I evpninn". ami iiio 1 istrihii? inn nf ro
I port cards to the students Thursday
UKAULAIJJS HhJM .NUKJIAL..
I From Wed nesda v's Dailv
?S The friends of Miss Katie Foster,
formerly of this city, will be pleased
to learn that she will graduate this
year from the Washington State Nor-
I HiCil SL11UU1 1 VllCliUJr, tl adtl., 1 'V 1 1
rrlnlctinir her work in the teacher's
tj I training branch. Miss Foster ha
I. j ! ...k:
I ueen eu;u",eei in Lecieiiiii sum; jier
1 graduation from the Tlattsmouth
High school in the class of llJ12, ana
chinas taugnt at AcnoiK, ieo., as wen
I :j. u: a. i i
cl'' A I"-"its in ttusimiyu, unu nei
completion of the course at the state
normal win nt her tcr lurtner ad-
vanrpment. in bor ehnsen railing
FROM PERU NORMAL.
At this season Peru faculty mem
bers are called upon for 'a number of
commencement addresses. Prof. I. G.
Wilson, of the English department,
will speak at Shell y Thursday eve
ning1. Last week, Prof. Delzell spoke
at Salem, and Dr. House spoke at
Prof. Deizell gave a commencement
address at Nora Tuesday evening:, and
Prof. Lefrler at Elwood on Wednes-
day. Both of tnese encashments were
to have been filled by Dean Rouse but
he wes unable to leave town because
of the serious illness of his father.
Henry Amende of Syracuse, who
has been taking work in the commer
cial department, seenred a position as
stenographer with the regular army
and left Saturday for Fort Logan.
A beautiful poster, designed and
sketched by students of the ait de
partment, is advertising the Historical
Pageant to be giveri Tuesday evening,
June 5. This design will also be used
cn the booklet which is being edited
and which will contain the words of
th? nageart in full
festival includes three complete pro
grams: In the morning, Stabat Mete
by the great chorus; in the afterr.on,
an artists' recital, an.1, the Pied Piper
by a chorus of 200 r-hocl children; r.nd
in the evening, a grand recital by the
artists and the two glee clubs. Sea
son tickets will be sold for ?1.
?Iiss Hazel Fryc, who is completing
the work of the department of expres
sion, will give a leeital Monday eve
ning. Miss Frye will read "Chanti
cleer"' by Ro.ttand.
Prcf. I!. C. Han-son, who has been
taking Prcf. Jean's place in the science
department this year, has been elected
instructor of botany in the University
of Cincinnati, r.t Cincinnati, O.
DONATE FLAG FOB
From Yedr.e-o!.y's 1 ..:ily.
Lee C. Sham. the "WeKtern Ma
chine v i-ounory c.r.inany, n;:s Jum
presented to the jnn'k conimissioners
cf the city a line new American !la;r
for use on the fhirs-:'.fr in Garfield
park, and this m-srniht;- Oid (dory was
ur.f'.irldi to the bfeez.e to replace the
n:o- formerly m use ana wnicn was in
rather bad j-haue owin.i to its use an
exposure' to the elements. inis is a
very pieasine; demont-t ration o: pat
riotism and the members e:i the ii.v.
commissi :n feOl ti'f-y grateful to Tdr.
Sharp for the interest he iris ahown
and in the p'ivinp- cf tl:e ilap1. It hi
been baolv needed in the park for
several weeks and tavt-s the city tht
cost of -i r.rw i:a-'-. v.mcli they were
c o ntem pi a t i n ;r p u r ch a s i n tr .
I Have a Few
Marcs for sale. I have a few extra
p-ood farm mares. These marcs are
all 4 and 5 years old and broke to
work. Richard Smith, Union, Neb.
A want ad will bring what you want.
ents a week.
The Celebrated Stallion
Will make the season of 1917 at my
home, three and a helf miles west and
1 ,,l ,. ii,,v,T TTlvcco
one mile south 01 Munay. UlJse
caoel Rol'-i.-.n draft horse,
. , r 7 , ...
weicrhincr 2200 pounds, a
dark bay in color, ose seven years.
Ulvsse is well known in this section
of Cass County, and has the reputa-
ai. p t rmr.T
uon 01 ueins e.wt'UL'ia b.i,
Terms $15.00 to insure colt to
stand and suck. When parties dis-
noso of mnvc or remove them from
pose 01 maies or ren.oc mem "
this rairt of the countv service lee
, , , . . 1
oeccm.es uue anu aayauie nuiiiuuiaitij
All care will be takerto prevent ac
cidents. but owner cf horse will not
be held responsible should any occur,
A. G. iMST, Owner
- 7'i''i -'
MARRIED IN OMAHA.
From Tuesday's raily.
In Omaha Saturday morning occur
red ihe marriage of Miss Inez H. Her
old of Omaha and Mr. Wilbur E.
Tompkins of Lincoln. The marriage
occurred at the parsonage of the
Dietz Memorial church and the mar
riage lines were read by the Rev. C.
A. Dawson, pastor of the church.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Otto F. Herold, formerly of this
city, and a young lady who was born
and reared in this city, where she
made her home until a few months
ago, when the family removed to the
metropolis. The wedding came as a
distinct surprise to the friends in this
city, who will extend to Mr. and Mrs.
Tompkins their best wishes for a long
and happy wedded life.
EGGS FOR HATCHING.
From S. C. Rhode Island Reds and
S. C. White Orpingtons, $1.00 per 15;
53.00 per 100. Local delivery. A. O.
Ramge, Plattsmouth. Phone 3513.
Read the Evening Journal. Only 10
rents a week.
I. 'I III: IM-.TIC.MT '! KT OK THIS
COl M l o;' s. i:ill! ASK..
1!. I'.jit :!. Plaintiff,
:rt K. I.att:;. t al.. Defendants.
...tic. nf t ju!t Title.
To the dei endants, UeU-rt It. l.atta;
!.. A. hr.K.i: the unknuwn l:eirs. ie
:.ees. Umit'-t-, ieis.unl !e;.resenta
tlves and ail d h ; persons interested
i he t stat.' f K'd .-it 11. lilta. ile
' .' sed: i j..' unknown lieirs, devisees,
leuat' es. eisop.a! reiiresenvat ives and
:;il .-tle-r persons ., n t ;-ted in the
e-i:.t" ,f Mary . . '.itta, deceased:
A nd:-ev- Morrow : J.I rs. -adrev Mor
!i t i rej.l iu':aie luiknown;
ti e :: knvv:i I ciry, devise s, Jefr
;:t. pe!-s-)ii;:l re; . rcs.-n t a t ; ves and
..if. r peisotis !!iric;U'"i in the es
tate of And;-, v.- Mdi '-inv, deeeased; the
ip;'.;. wii heirs, devisees, legatees, per
:!;. ! ; ! : es. :i t : , es- and all other
pei s..;..s ii' :e: cstt'd ir. the estate of
Mrs. .'.iiiiifiv Momo-.v. (i.-si 7'eal natne
r ; K i!o,-;,. dceeas.-d: i leorire V. (""olvin:
..Irs. (,i i,r:',. V. Cu'viii, tirst real name
r i k i .,- r , ; t he vr.koo-.vn heirs. de
vi:.ees, i'-uat es. .(-! Miial representa
tives a.;d :;:! other j.ersons inteiested
in ;..- est:.:-.' of George V. Colvin. de-
n t. now 1 1
i :.;le-s. personal it , :esen t 1 1 ves and
all other .c.-s,.i,s interested in the es
T'te in Mrs. (i.orae W. t'olvin, first
! ;.! natiie miki!"V. n, ilec-ased: The
(':. ! . ..t.:.:! I.o'e 1 :si;ra nee Cot. pan v
of t' .- mi ki-.iwu saccowors and
.-.-:::':- o !' Tie.' I'liion .Mutual Lii'e In
sa .i'.i I'. 'ppaii.v of Maine: Elijah
V ;: Mr.-. Cii.aih 'od:.ey.' hist
it.: lit- u a U ; o n ; t ! i e unknown
t-irs. .I. ;-i'i's, a -r.itees, personal rep-
seiit.it:'. s ami i.'ll other persons ia
IVSte'! i.'t tl;e es'.'lte if l-iiijall W'ool
, Mi-; i-ii'-( !; the unknown heir'. ii"-
Vl.-t es, a. p. i tees, p.-rso i : a 1 rt present.t-
lies- a'.:o r i 1 otlf Jtej-sons interested
in t ' i'r';.l.. of Mr.-, rii.iah Wtmisey,
lir. t ; t 1 m an- unknown. deeeu: ed;
uak'i-'Wn omis and th" unknown
. lahunnts of t'n- :!! hea-'t ouarter
; of th.e ii"!'t!:v.-'.-rt iuarte!' N W
- rtf ' .Li t ! t i.ii v -two :ij. lowif
!ip t;e.ai ill), nortn r;in-re toirteen
( !:.!. i est "f th" iH!i 1". M. in tiie (.oun-
t v -t e a -. . .Nebraska.
mi are her i.y maifit d that on the
I'M'- ear M:iv. A. 3 . liJlT. plaintiif
!;i,r-!i s suit in t! Tiistriet Court tf
li e C. unty Cass. Nel.ra.-ka. ti iuiel
iv i at i :t 's t i 1 !e to the following tie-
s. i i !.. a '.in. is. to-W!T :
Hi.- r .rt'.easl -aiarter INK i; ) of
l ie i,.,rt !:W- -t :uarf.:-r A '4 I ot see-
liiil; -iio t i. 1"H :i:-i;i;i eKveti
tilt, loa-iii r::!i.i:e ti.rte.-n 1 1 . ''as!
li e I, -h p. M.. in the C.nintx- of Cass,
!;:! ska iii 'iiise of his adverse pos
siii himself and his grantors
for ii"!'" i: :t-i tf a years prior to ti e
m:o. it eiu lit of said suit and to cn-
m (.:.'. and ail of yoi from having
(aisaimT i'nv riK'ht. title, lien or in-
lelesi. cMia-r h'ai tii -i una oie, in 'i
to said lands, or smy part thereoi: to
riiiaae m, in s. i foitii mr riifht.
title, claim, lien or interest tl.erein, if
anv. i iti.fi' aa-al or etruuame. ami to
hae t!;e same a !.pii.a'd interior to
I in- title of plaimi;f and lor general
i i : ; a a ; . re! 1 1
i"i is r.o; i, e is raaa.e pursuant to the
ili'er ot 11. e eomi.
V'ni tire reaairtd to answt-r sum pe
tition on or Pel ore Monday, July -.
. '.. 1!'i7. or your default will be duly
D. ii. roKTin:.
'. -. in ii:i:i:tsox.
-iwks sw-May -1
NOTICE TO ( lihDI IOKS.
To the County Court.
The State of Nebraska,
c.-t s County, vs. :
In the Matter of t!- Estate of Chir-
e :t -e Eu. irene Babbitt. De-ceased.
To the Creditors of Said Instate:
Vim are hereby noiili-ii that 1 WU1
it at the County Court room m
l'!:iUsininilli. in said County, on June
1eth. 1917. and Deeernber 17th, 1917, at
in o'clock A. M. of each days to re
ceive and examine an claims atrainsi
:id estate-, with a view to their ad-
--faent and. allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims
ainst said estate is six months lrom
tli It.th day of June. A. D. I9ii, ami
the time limited feir payment oi oebts
i.-: One Year from said 16th elay of
Witness my hand and the seal ea
e'ounty e our., uus ami ta tn
(Seal) ALLEN J.I BEESON,
iv, ks - County Jud?.e.
m:; l mi ih i:.
John McCormick. Joel M. .lolinson.
F.b n F. Colbv, Charles Bahlult, d. .
I'.etts t whose first name is unknown,
Sarah A. Willison, Ed mono -. l.es-
lontle :md "Williaiii H. Taylor ana ine
unliiiown heirs, (ievisces. legatees, per
sonal representatives, and all other
persons interested in mo estates en
John Met ornncK, ,ioei -i. juuuooii,
Eben F. Colbv. C harles uaiunu. . .
Betts. Si rah A. Willison, Edmond A.
Deslori'h'. and Wiliiam H. Taylor, de-
ased. respei-tivclv, win laKe notice
that on the .lay oi : ,
1917, Annie Stevenson, a w mow, ejna
Ste'venson, Tiinir.as j;. Stevenson, jonn
Stevenson and Annie Stevenson mea
their T'etition in the District Court of
I Cass Countv. Net rasKa, ttie tt-eci anc
Nebraska, the ttiect ana
land eacli of you, from the East half
i I P .M' ill" li
i ll.,) of the West half ( i ) of Section
i Tiartv-four ( :;4 ) 'lownsinp l en iiu;
i:ast half i2 or said section the last
tract be ins also known as Lots One
(1, Tuo 2. Three (2 and Four (4
of said section, and exclude you, and
. v;) fl interset in. lien
on. or claim to said land or aw? part
thei-eof, and to ejuiet the title to said
land in themselves, as against you and
all either Tversons claiming unuer.
tlii-oui-'h or by you and also to satisfy
and cancel of record a certain mort
a-e upon part of said land given by
1)on M j0i,nf,n, to the above named
McCormick. the said
1 ir.nl Ig.ltf v, as ineti -oii 111c otii o.ci l
. , . . . - t . 1 a 1 , , 1 . . c
. 1 3I v jsr.7. and recorued in liook A
- of ti;e Dee, Records o us- county.
And also to satisfy and cancel of
re-( oro a ceiLain iuuniec i.:uiriiiij; a.
part of the above described tract of
hind from Solon M. Johnson to defend
ant. Joel M. Johnsein. dated on the Srd
dav of October. 1S59. and recorded in
Book "A" of the Mortgage Records of
Cass County, Nebraska, at page S72
thereof, on October 3rd. 1S;.9.
And also to cancel of record.
and hold ,void a certain deed
lor a part 'of the above described, j
land piveti; by Solon M. Johnson and
w-ife. K. Janet Johnson, to defendant,
Eben F. Colby, which deed was dated
March 10.1S70, nnd riled for record on
the 9th day of January, 1S79, and re
corded in book "T" of the Deed Itec
ords of Cass County, Nebraska, at page
You are required to answer said pe
tition in the above entitled court and
cause on or before the t.'nd day of July,
1917, or a decree will b entered there
in as praved in said petition.
Dated this lfth day of May, 1917.
THOMAS H. STEVENSON,
and ANNIE STEVENSON,
rAUL K. JESSEN,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
I" Till: tllSTHICT rotltT OF fAS-S
CO I'M' V, Nr:KA!KA.
David Z. Mummert, Plaintiff,
Frank L.. Tacue et ah. Defendants.
NOTICE to Fred ). Tatrue. defendant.
Yon are hereby notified that the
plaintiff has commenceii an action
against you in the District Court of
Cass County, Nehraska, for the pur
pose of foreclosing the lien of a tax
sale certificate on Lots 3, 4 and 5 in
Flock 7, in South Park Addition to the
City of Plattsmouth. Cass County, Ne
hraska, anil for equitable relief.
You are required to answer said pe
tion on or before the 25th day of June,
1917, and in failing so to do. your de
fault will he duly entered therein and
judgment taken as prayed for in
DAMU Z.. .llL.ll.lll'.i.l.
Bv A. L. TIDD.
r.-H-4wks His Attorney.
. - w . w m --- rt - rr
AOTK K TO CJiEUITOItS.
The Ptate of Nebraska,)
Cass Countv. ) sf.
IN THE COUNTY COURT.
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry C.
Miner, 'Deceased, to the Creditors oi
You are hereby notified that I will
sit at the County Court Koom in
Plattsmouth in said County, on the Sth
day of June. 1917. and on the Mh day
of December, ISh, at 9:00 o clock in
the forenoon of each day, to receive
and examine all claims aprainst said
Estate, with a view to their adjust
ment and allowance. The time limited
for The1 presentation of claims atrainst
aid Estate is six months from the Sth
av of June. A. D. F'17, and the time
limited for payment of debts is One
lcnr from saul Sth day of June, lyli.
Witness mv hand and the seal of
Fai'l County Court, this 6tli day of May,
ifenl) ALLEN J. BEE SON.
4wks County Judye.
in tjiii cirTv roniT ok Tin:
COIATV tl' CASS, .M:ii!l ASIv A.
In the Matter of the EMate of Dora
ni'll am J.Iotire, deceased:
This cause came on for hearintr upon
the application of Georce J. ' Oldham,
executor of the last will and testament
of Iiora Oldham Moore. leceai?ed. pray
insr for a license to sell Lots nine ( 9 )
and ten CJo in Block eleven 111) South
Park Addition to the City ot l'iatls-
tnorth. Cuss e'ounty. Nehraska. or a
suf.'ieient amount of ihe same to brinK
t!e sum of Jl.I'ai.oo for the payment of
debts allowed airainst said estate, and
t!ie cost for the payment of debts and
legacies and the cost of administration,
there not be.ntr sufli.ient personal
property to pay said debts, legacies
It is therefore ordered that all per
sons interested in saul estate, appear
before me at the District Court in the
Court House at Plattsmouth. Cass
Njunty. Nebraska, on the ISth day of
June. 191i, at 10 o clock A. Jh, to slimv
cause whv a license shouict iot he
ranltd to said administrates to sel!
so much of said abovo described real
estate of said deceased. a.s shall be nec
essary to pay said debts ;.nd lecaci'S
and expenses. Notice to be Ki en by
publishim? this order in .tiie lhatts-
moutli Journal fov four successive
weeks before the Uit" of heai-intr.
Iated thhs Eith lav of M;iv. l'.H7.
JAMES T. BKclLEY.
Iwks Judge listrict Court.
OltnEK oil MlAlllMi AM -onci;
OF lMtt)!ITE OI" WM.L
In the Countv Court of Cass Countv,
State of Nebraska,
r-juptv of Cass, ss.:
To .ill persor!.-
interested in l!:e estate
eii' Prise-ilia A. No es. il-t t a-t-d:
On . reading the- ietiti an of Charles
E. Noyes. praying that the instrument
hied in this e-ourt on the loth day of
May. 1917, and purporting to be the
last will and testament of the said
deceased, may be proverl and allov.ed.
ard recorded as the last will and tes-
tament of Rriscilla A. Noves. de- devisees, legatees, iiersemai repieseo
ceaseel; that said instrument be ad- tatives and all persons mtere.-ted in
mitted to irolate. and the administra- the estate of John Clcmmons, e'.e-
t ion of said estate be granted to
Ciiarles E. Noyes. as executor.
It is hereby ordered that you. and
all persons interest. -d in aa hi matter,
may and do, appear at the County
Court to be helel in and for said can-
tv, on the 4th dav of June, A. D. 1917.
at ten o'clocx .v. M., to saow cause, if
anv there h., whv the p raver of the
petitioner suouid not ! taanteei. ana
that notice of t ie nenoeicv ed salt
:.! .1 . I. . 1 - . , i.,,..,f
p e 1 1 1 ! o n a ii 'I i ii a i 1 1: c Jif a; in., i mi co i
crest eel in
said matter by pu blisl; int.- a copy of
t iis Order in the 1 'lattsmou t h Journal,
i semi-weeklv newspaper printed in
sai l countv. for thre'e successive The Nortncast ejuarier ui .in . ,-ou...-weoks
prior' to said .lay of hearing. . J fa st Quarte-r in S-vtinn J' ,'1
Witness -mv hami ami sai oi sum
ourt. this 10th day of May. A. D.
ALLEN J. BEESelN.
I. THE IKVIISICT (IIIKT OI CASS
t'Oli.M'V, E 1 1 It A !M v A.
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.1''! .O.I t'L ill.. i.itr..'liu.'.lll.?.
. V ' I L ' 1 a l o a .tl a oe i i e i . a a. i.-..
a eriy ... - ..1 1.1 ...1 r.T ri (vi.1
1,, -ita. fir-ct 'in.l ronl nanip
unknown, and Francis M. Re.od. and
... , . t .
JLi.'t 9. Ill JJIOCK ., in liii.ciue riiirc
. iil.. i ..m.M.ii,
.xo.iiiioii iu lite v,j.. ol itaustiiuui..,
Cass t onntv. Neorasica,
..n.l ..h of vntt -i rn Tiorpliv
notilied that the plaintiff lias com
menced an action against you in tiie
District ('ourt of Cass County. Nebra.s
ka. for the purpose of foreclosing the
lien of a tax sale on Lot ) in Biock 2
in Ritchie l'lace Addition to the City
of Flattsm outh, Cass County, Nebras
ka, and tor equitable reliet.
You and eacli of you are required to
answer sairl petition on or before the
iuth day of June. 1917. and in failing
so to do vour.uelaaii.t wlU be duly, en
tered therein and judgment taken as
prayed for in plaintiff's notition.
By A.- L. -TIDD.
'.-14-lwk.s His Attorney.
IX THE IMSTHKT OI KT OF CASS
COL.VI V, MOIIKASIvA.
David Z. Mummert, Tlaintiff,
vs. - -
Joseph A. G. Strickland et ah, Defend
NOTICE TO Joseph A. G. Strickland!
and .Mrs. josepii Sine Kaiiw, ins wne,
first and real name unknown, the tin
known heirs, devbiees, leiratees, jer
sonai representatives, anu an oeaeri
persons laieresteo :n in? fjiain ui ju
sepn j. u. strickiaca. oeeeaseu, ana
the unknown heirs and devisees, lega
tees, personal representatives ana
oter iei'Kons interested in the estate
of Mrs. Joseph Strickland, deceased,
md Lots L'O. 21 and !'', Llock 1,
the Village of Alvo in Cass County.
John F. J. Siegmund and Sirs. John
Siegmund, his wife, first and real name
unknown, and the unknown heirs, de
visees, le gatees, personal represenxa
tives and all persons interested in
estate of John it. J. Siegmund, de
ceasea,, ana me unKnown neirs, tie
visees, legatees, personal representa
tlves ana an perse ns mterestea in.
of Mr?. John Piez:r.:r.J, d
al lot? I.",".. I"''-' In
; 1,. : !, in Cass
a -: t
- ; : a t
Court of Cass C'-aa. . . :" -bra.-the
First Cars' of Action fo: ti
pose of fore !' dasr the Ii a of
sale certificate cn Lots 1". .1 :
in Block 1, in the Village o' .
r e o i i t -
Cass County, Nebraska, and
And in the Pecond Cause of A'li ai
to foreclose the lien of a tax ;a'o- . -tificat
on Lots 3 33, 15? and 1D7 i
the Village of Louisville, in '...;;
County, Nebraska, and for ejUitabi'j
You and each of you are rrniii'r 1 lo
answer said petition on fir before the
25th day of June, 1917, and in fai'.ai'-r
so to do your default will be duly en
tered therein and judgment taken as
prayed for in l'laintiffs petition.
DAVID, Z. MUMMEUT.
I 'la in tiff.
By A. L. TIDD,
5-lt-lwks His Attorney.
i. r.t; a i. NOTICE
Jennie V. Bhoden, Plaintiff, vs. Frank
L. Bhoder, Defendant.
The defendant Frank 1. Boden 'will
take notice that on the Mm day "C
January, 1917, the plaintiff, Jennie V.
Bhoden, filed her petition in the Dis
trict Court of Cass County. Nebraska,
the prayer of which is to obtain a de
cree of elivorce from the defendant
upon the ground of extreme cruelty
and that her maiden namu be restored
The defendant will make answer to
said petition on or before the lStU
day of June .1917.
JENNIE V. BHODEN.
Notice to Non-Resident Dcfendarts,
Their Heirs. Devisees, Legatee.-.
T'ersonal liepresentative?. and All
Persons Interested in Their Es
tate. William Williams, jf living if de
ceased, the unknown heirs. deyees.
leiratees, personal representatives and
all persons interested in the estate of
William Williams, deceased; Joshua
Brown, if liin.r, if deceased, the Tin
known heirs, devisees, legatees, per
sonal representatives and a'l persons
interested in the estate of Joshiui
Brown, deceased; Noah Layton, if liv
inir. if dee-easeil, tiie unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and all persons interested in
the estate of Noah Layton. deceased;
Isaac (1. A!bn. if livinc, if dece-ased,
the unknowr. heirs, elevisee s. leiratees,
personal representatives and all per
sons interested in the estate of Isaac
(I. Alien, deceased; the unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, .personal represen
tatives and all persons interested jn
the "-state ef W. 1. Merriam, first real
name unknown; dece-ased; Nancy E.
Fowler, wife of A. S. Fowler; Ellen
Fowler, wife of Charles Fowler; Mar
ti a Ann Williams, if living, if de-
ceased, the unknown heirs, devise e s, "
legatees, personal re pre-st-aTatives t.nd
all persons interested in the estate of
Martha Ann Williams, deceased; Ed
win I'. Brown, if livintr, if deceaseel,
the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
personal representatives a:il all per
sons ir-.t ' re st e d in the estate of Edwin
F. Brown, deceased; Abraham Smith,
if livintr. if deceased, ti.-1 unknown
he irs. devisees, lepra teat.-, personal rep
resentatives and all pen-ons interest -(,!
j:i tie iaie of Abraham Smith, de
ecase'.i: Saa a 1 WiMian.s, if living, it
decea.- -l, the tm known h"iv-, ie'Vi.-?es.
lea;! tees, peisonal representatives and
all pe ta. ons inter, steti in the e state of
Samuel Williams, deceased; Isaac R.
Watkin. if living, if deceased, the
unknown i;--irs. devisee-. legatees.
Tiei-sona 1 representatives ard all per
son; nte;-e? led in the t'-'ti.-.c of haan
R. Watkiti.-., deceased; tao unknown
l.eirs. ii-' is- f ?, li'ciU'f -a p'-rsoituJ rep
i -i'si aital ives anfl all persons interest
ed, in tfie e-tate of Atistlao B. Srrath.
(i. ceased: Michael Betts. it livirm. if
- eee; se-d, the unknown he irs, th.-viseos.
ieaatees, personal j-( pres. -nlat ives and
ail persons inter' ste-il in tie estate of
Mic1 ael Betts, dece-ase-d; Sarah Letts.
f liviny, if deceased, the unknown
ludrs. I'eviseer;, legatees, p rsorau rt-;-i'i
s?:iiativt-s and all peroi interested
in the estate ol Saraa ja-tt:-, ele.-easci;
the unknown heirs, devisee's, legatees.
tiersonal representatives and all per-
s int. : ti-u m i no est a-.- : cmis-
tian Be-tts. deceased; uootie. tirst
e-s.1 name unknown, ir living. H ie-
scd. the: iniKnown bans, devisees.
leaatet s. jiers.aial repres. r tat ive. ant
II ii :-;-.m.i inU-rest d in t a; estate of.
Tootle, di'i'i'iiscii; i-anvis
fiist real name unknown, it livin". it
ill eer.-ed, tiie- unknown lis irs. devisee.--.
!, ..'atci'S, I (-annul n i.ri s. ntatives an-l
U T.etson-: interested in tie estate ot
I'-.i rleiaia deceased; the unknown
t irs. devisees, iv;-: a te-es. personal rep-
re -cn Bit ives and all p rsons . in er-
ste l in the e state ot i . x. aaacKer,
litst real name unKnon. oe'ceaseu,
Ibnrv DuBois. if livinc if d-ceased.
the iirhtwwn licirs, devisees, legatees.
isonal representatives ana an p-r-irliT-'sifil
in the estate of Henn-
Dal'.ois. deceased: J'tlin e lemnions. it
living, if deceased, the unknown heirs.
eo".seci-. ti.e tinKiiinui ouei.-. am
Cut. ants of all lots and parts oi lots
and subdivisions in tnc i"" n -i j--
erty. and in any ami a.i
thereto in tae coumi oi ti-
ka. , ,
You and each -f vou are hereby
notified that V. illiam l. Camr-.'e.l, as
panntia., on ire --..a r- ' '
an., iiico in.- j.ei.iti.Mi ... -
e "til l oi eiiM- ' '"'.
..-l.Arin IVill unit nil tf
roil are fit-
i " ' ' " . ' - . m
I l enua nts : n;e oojeci. .hoa j-.,...
v.h.icli petition is xnai. me e no.i, '"J
tercst. rint, tine anu Mne ..ivn
arm every one oi ou in
ini j.hm n.ni. ot oj- , - "r . ';;":-.
ter of -Section five nln,7??
I ten (10). Banire fourteen (14), Cass
Countv, Nebraska: also me j-ouineasi
quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
Section thirty-two C:i, all in Town-
slJo eleven (11). Nortn aansn lour-
t..i.n nai enss t ountv. reorasKa.
he deeiared invalid, ana ot no lorcc.
Itirtil pll f f-1.
.,. 4.-. r.r 1 1 T,!ni;i' tn
I nn.l to s.i (l rca estate, anu every ran
I'. ' , - . , ......
- . - r
t Ml'TCni. at' ej'.lie'L.'ll U cl.11111. .ion ui
I Pa'.'ll alio I'l'a one in .'on, o r.. -
any and all c! a ims of any I-raori
i t , , t rf i.r foi 5iTiii That tiiev r
"".'" -" " - - - . --- - , - ,
rol ndred and decreed that eaeJi and
. .,,eC r n hovA .set
I " 1 "J- ' :v". ." "- , ' j ix
i jr 1 . i r I .-! rr- - r 1 i i t i nrf- 1 I fill
I L l!. " """". " " " IV
1).. irs. devisees, legatees, personal rei
resentalives and all other persons in
terested in the estate of each and
claim or interest in and to, said real
estate or anv part thereof, and that
every ore of you, rave no right, title.
each arai all ot iaua eieicnuanis, inos"
named, and those wi.ose names am
unknown, and not stated, he fore-err
barred from claiming: or asserting an -
risiit. title, interest or estate in a:i't
to said real estate, or any part there
of, and for such other and further i e-
lief as to tiie court may stem ju&l aa i
eejuitable. , . , .. .
Vou and cacti or you ni" iuili i
: notified that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Mon
day, the 11th dav of June. 1917.
I "WILLIAM F. CAMPBELL,
C. A. BAWLS, l'ljintifT.
... -Attorney. .
sw-lwki-com Apr 30 1917 .
AOTICI3 TO CKEmTOnjS.
Tho State of Nehraska. Cass Coat
i Fj. in the? countv cejurt. In
- I matter of the "state of F.vn K.
- I 3'rettic, deceased. To the credit!
of sa a estate:
- i cu are nereoy notiaea last l wi i
c,t at the County court room ia
- Plattsmouth, in said County, on t! o
aiil'ftth elav of November. 11117. at
o'clock a. m., to receive and examine ail
I Haims against saii estate, with a via.'
in to their adlustment and allowance. Tt,
I time Lmlted for the presentation
I claims asainst sani estate ts six
I months from the L'Cth dav of Mav. A.
n. 1H17. and the time limiteel for th.
- I payment of debts is One Year from
- i said 'iwn dav or .November. 1917.
thel "Witress my hand and tho ecp.1
- 1 safd County court, this 24th. elav of
- April A. D.. 1917.
- 1 at t t' j. BTCTL.ON.
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