The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, November 01, 1917, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 1, 1917.
(Speciil Correspondence.)
Miss Mary Peters returned to Lin
coln Sunday.
Mr. Rush and Mabel were Omaha
visitors Saturday.
Miss Scliaveland of Lincoln spent
Monday with Miss Trautt.
Mr. Ray'Veach is spending a few
days at the Borneimeir nome.
A great many attended the fun
eral of Carl Frisbee Sunday.
Rev. Morrison of Elmwood and
Rev. Harper exchanged pulpits Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bumgartner
and family were Omaha visitors
Victor Thimgan, Albert Thill, Ben
Bunell, and Wm. Meyer are out of
school shucking corn.
Mrs. Tierce at Sterling, Xebr., and
Miss Colbv leaves Friday for her
home at Marquette, Xebr.
School closes Friday for a two
weeks vacation. Miss Trautt ex
pects to spend her vacation in Oma
The basket ball game played be
tween the Murdock II. S. boys and
Xehawka II. S. boys was a victory
for our team. Score 22-2.
A Hallowe'en social was given
Tuesday evening by the R. X. Lodge.
A program was given and after which
pumpkin pie and coffee were served.
A sum of $13 was made which was
for the Red Cross benefit.
A Hallowe en party was given
Mondav evening at the home of
Mable Steele by the Fceshmen class
for the Junior class and teacher
Various games furnished the amuse
ment of the evening. Refreshments
were served by the 9 th grade girls.
Miss Leona Rush spent Sunday
with her parents. The tea given
by the Red Cross Saturday was en
joyed by all and a neat sum of $9
was made. Most of the knitted ar
tides were on exhibition and al
were sent to Flattsmouth Wednes
day for shipment to the soldiers.
Mr: J. P. Rouse is again able to
walk down town.
Miss Ella Atchison spent Thurs
day night with Mrs. George Curyea
Mr. and Mrs. Dale D .Boyles spent
Saturday night and Sunday in Lin
Mrs. Cornell's Sunday school class
met with Miss Lois Keefer Tuesday
The Ladies Aid society held a Hal
lowe'en supper in the Jordan hall on
Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. George Farley, of
Flattsmouth were guests at the
P. Rouse home Thursday.
Ccrn husking in this vicinity has
not begun in earnest as the corn
seems too damp and soon molds.
Mrs. Rice, of Lincoln, came down
Tuesday afternoon to care for Mrs
Dan Skinner, who is very ill.
Chas. Godbey and daughter Mild
red. Grandpa Friend and Tucker Up
tegrove autoed to Lincoln Saturday
Miss Marie Appleman entertained
her 7th and Sth grade pupils at a
party at her home last Saturday af
Mrs. P.eda Hawker of Louisville
attended the Sunday ecliool conven
tion held here last Wednesday and
'Z7 -
i4. " "
Car Load of Live Poultry
to be delivered at poultry car near
Barling-tcn . Denot, Plattsmouth,
Nebr., on Thursday Nov. 1st, for
which we will pay m cash as fol
lows: Hens 15c
Springs " 15c
Cocks 10c
Bucks 13c
Geese : 13c
Cow Hides i 18c
Larjve Kcrre Hides $5.00 each
7ill be on hand rain or shine to
receive all poultry oCcred for sale.
Years very truly,
Thursday and was a guest at the
home of her girlhood friend Mrs.
Tom Cashner.
Charles Foreman drove to Unl
ersity Place and brought home a
load of calves. He is going to help
feed the soldiers, he says.
Joe Foreman writes that his uncle
Xcls Silverstrand cannot get a car
to ship his goods from Hulett, Wyo.,
to Stewart, Xebr., until December 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hardnock and
children and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Shaffer were dinner guests at the
lome of Mr. and Mrs. Lauren H.
Mickle Friday night.
Mrs. J. P. Rouse, Mrs. Myrtle
Xickel and Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Quellhorst motored to Elmwood
Monday and visited Mrs. Ralph
Mrs. Geo. Foreman had a letter
from her sister in Canada, stating
that they had been having trouble
that they had been having terrible
blizzards there.
Rev. Connell and family were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cur
yea at a 6 o'clock dinner on Monday
evening, spending the evening at this
hospitable home.
Mrs. Fred Prouty and daughter,
Vera, and Walter Hurlbut, were tak
en to Lincoln Friday and had their
tonsils removed. All were able to re
turn home Sunday and are recover
ing nicely.
Mrs. Audrey Stroemer went to
Omaha Wednesday to attend the state
Red Cross convention as delegate
from Alvo Chapter of which she is
After the last recess Wednesday
afternoon, the grades, with the ex
ception of the 3rd and 4th, held a
Hallowe'en party in the basement
each child bringing apples and pop
Geo. D. Babbitt left Saturday for
Albion, where he is yard manager
for the Farmer's Elevator, Lumber
&. Grain Co., at . that place. Mrs
Babbitt and son Millard will follow
later when they can get a house to
move into. "
Among those going to Lincoln
Saturday were Mrs; Sam Hardnock
Mrs. Chris Keefer and da'ughter
Lois, Mrs. C. C. Bucknell and daugh
ter, Rev. Connell and son, Albert
Taylor, Chas. M. Jordan, Miss Grace
Baile-, Jno. Wood, J. W. Sutton and
P. II. Weidman.
Mrs. S. C. Boyles entertained at
a birthday dinner Wednesday in
honor of Mr. Boyles and their lit
tie nephew, Donald Keefer, the fol
lowing being present: Mr. and Mrs
M. C. Keefer and family, Mrs. Clara
Prouty and daughter, Margaret
Grandma Boyles and Mr. and Mrs
Dale S. Boyles.
The Junior League held their an
nual Hallowe'en party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Boyles Wed
nesday night. The dining room and
fireplace were decorated with jack-'o
lanterns and black cats. A .witch
made the setting complete. Games
were enjoyed and the spirit of Hal
lowe'en was very much in evidence
Refreshments consisted of popcorn
and apples.
A very enthusiastic Liberty Loan
meeting was held here on Liberty
Day and in 30 minutes over quota of
? 17,400.00 was oversubscribed to the
amount of $17,850.00. Henry C
Richmand of Lincoln, state secre
tary of Council of Defense addressed
the meeting in behalf of the lib
erty loan a3 also did Clifford Wescott
of Flattsmouth, Cass county secre
tary of the Council of Defense. The
campaign is still going on.
County Sunday School Convention
The Cass County Sunday School
convention met in the M. E. church
at Alvo on Wednesday and Thurs
day, October 24th and 25th. A very
interesting and profitable session was
held, attended by a large number of
delegates from the various Sunday
schools and all present reported a
fine time.
The convention opened Wednes
day afternoon with the county pres
luent, jir. j. p. Perry, of Platts
mouth, presiding. Rev. A. II. Schwab
of Murdock, led in the devotion at
each session. Mr. W. II. Kimberly
and Miss Margaret E. Brown, two of
the state workers were present and
gave many valuable suggestions that
if applied to the Sunday school work
of the county would make every
Sunday school in it a winner for the
cause of Christ.
Itev. Jacobs, of Randolph, Iowa,
was present and gave a very helpful
and valuable address on Sunday
school organization, which included
the plan of each Sunday school in
the community, having a plat of the
community and each family located
on the plat, every family being con
nected with or a good prospect for
some Sunday school In the city.
On the closing evening of the con
vention, Miss Brown gave a very in
teresting stereoptican lecture on her
world tour, which was highly en
The nest convention is to be held
FiffIYldt Union. Nebraska. The convention,
t- -li&l ji-s n Tvijnip. w?? inark?d sue'4'"1.'
Glenwood, Iowa, Oct. 30. Valid-
ty of the indictment charging Mayor
rank Wallace of Glenwood with
grafting by the alleged sale of ma
terial to the city, has been sustain
ed by Judge Thomas Arthur
Defendant demurred to the indict
ment on the ground .that Glenwood
is a snecial ! charter city. Ouster
proceedings will be instituted No
vember 6. District Judge Charles
Hutchison, of Des iMoines, will hear
the proceedings.
New York, Oct. 30. Japan's full
cooperation with the United States
in the -world war until Germany is
crushed, was pledged by Dr. T. Mas-
ao, chairman of the Japanese parli
amentary mission of five, at a lunch
eon given -in honor of the mission
here today by the Japan society.
"The Japanese are determined to
cooperate with the United States un
til the last." Dr. Masao said. "And
will not stop until our monster en
emy Germany the pirate of .the
seas, the assassin of the air and the
violator of all decency on land, has
been completely crushed. When this
monster enemy of ours has been thor
oughly beaten down, then, and then
only, shall we have a lasting peace
London, Oct. SO. The Germans
have been driven back in places to
a depth of nearly 1,000 yards in to
day's British drive on the Ypres
front, Reuter's correspondent at
British headquarters reports."
The prinicpal fighting is taking
place toward the outskirts of
Passchendaele and in the region o
roeicappeiie. ine British are re
ported to nave fought their way
along several important spurs of the
great system of ridges. The Canad
ians quickly gained a great part of
their objective.
ine iignting today was on a more
limited front than the battle of last
Friday. The weather was fine.
Canadians Advance.
British Front in Belgium, Oct. 30.
At an early hour today the Canad
ians had taken a stand in the neigh
borhood of the famous Crest farm
only 400 yards from the heart of
the town of Passchendaele.
The troops from overseas fought
their way along the Bellevue spur
for several hundred yards and re
pulsed a heavy counter attack from
Mosselmarkt. German machine guns
which had just been captured at
Crest farm were used in repulsing
the counter attack.
lou are mistaken if you think
that there is a relentless natural law
determining when a man should
grow old. The "old age" is condi
tioned mainly on the manner of liv
ing. Man grows old because his body
cells are poisoned. If you want to
modify these conditions for better
and avert all accumulation of waste
matter and poisonous substances in
the digestive tract, take Triner's
American Elixir of Bitter Wine. This
remedy never fails in cases of consti
pation, indigestion, headaches, ner
vousness, and all other troubles con
nected with stomach disturbances.
You will get it at all drugstores. The
price has been slightly advanced but,
in these days, a cheap preparation
must be a trash much worse than
ever before. Refuse it and insist up
on Triner's American Elixir. If you
need a really efficient remedy for
rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago,
sprains, strains, swellings, etc., in
sist upo n Triner's Liniment. At
drug stores. Jos. " Triner," Manufac
turing Chemist, 1333-1343 S. Ash
land Ave.. Chicago, 111.
Have It Handy for Croup
Grandmothers and mothers vho
have raised families of children"' have
learned from experience that it pays
to keep a bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar in the house ready for emer
gency. It gives prompt relief from
dreaded croup attacks, checks colds
and coughs, and relieves the whoop
ing cough. A safe medicine o
oj!Htis. Soi'i pvfrvwherc i
Overseas Men Advance Resistlessly
Through Mud in Faee of
Heavy Fire.
London, Oct. 30. Field Marshal
Haig this morning struck a daring
and successful blow at the redoubt
able German defenses on the Pass
chendaele ridge and on the Bellevue
spur which juts out from it.
The attack was launched at 5:5o
o'clock and at an early hour the
Canadian troops had swept forward
along the Passchendaele elevation
and had taken their stand in the
neighborhood of the Crest farm,
which is only about 400 yards from
the heart of the town of Passchen
Repulse German Attacks.
North of here the overseas men
had fought thoir way along the
Bellevue spur known also as the
Meetcheele spur for a distance of
several hundred yards and repulsed
heavy fire German counter attacks
delivered from Masselmaerkt. The
German official report admits that
Passchendaele was captured, but as
serts the Germans retook it.
Further north British troops were
pushing out along the front that ex
tends to a point near Poelcapelle
bul iiQ news has been received from
this' operation, the greater portion
of which was being conducted over
terribly marshy ground, especially
along the Lekkerboterbeek.
Take Lost Strong-hold.
Canadian Headquarters in France
Canadian troops apparently have
captured Crest farm and Meetchele
the enemy's last stronghold in front
of the strategic village of Passchen
daele. The advance was satisfactory
along the entire Canadian line. With
the splendid support of our artillery
violent German counter attacks have
been repulsed.
The fighting was unusually bitte
and after a temporary check on the
right wing the Canadian forces
battled their way up to the slopes
and gained a foothold on crest farm
from which the movement against
Meetchele was directed.
Due to the fact that several have
expressed a desire to attend a Night
School in Commercial Fubjects, the
Board of Education of the City
Schools has decided Ul consider of
fering such a Course at the High
School, at the lowest tuition possible
to make the Course self supporting.
Detailed information can be secured
from Sunt. G. E. DeWolf or E. H.
Wescott, secretary Board of Educa
tion. 10-30-d&wtf
In Sanitarium Three Weeks.
Splendid results in kidney and
bladcr troubles arc achieved by Fol
ey Kidney Pills. Mrs. Efiie E. Klep
pe, Averill, Minn., writes: "I was at
Fargo sanitarium three weeks for
rheumatism and kidney trouble; got
no relief. I began using Foley Kid-
uey Pills and found immediate re
lief. A bottle completed the cure."
Sold everywhere
A thoroughbred Poland-China male
hog. Immuned. For particulars,
phone No. 4014. , ol7-5tw
Dennison's crene paper at the
Journal office.
Journal Want-Ads Pay!
- For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
. the
Signature off
East of Riley Hotel.
Coatci' Block,
Swoud Floor
London, Oct. 30. Commenting on
the advent of American soldiers in
the trenches, the Post says:
"Were the German success in Italy
or in other theaters to become much
greater than the Allies consider
probable, the Germans would still
have to reckon with the fresh, eager,
stern forces of America. It would
seem that Germany Is putting forth
ler utmost efforts during the inter
val which must elapse before the
weight of the United States can be
brought to bear upon her weak and
decimated battalions.
"If W3 assume for the sake of ar
gument that Germany can conclude
a peace advantageous to herself be
fore the United States can intervene,
it is still to be remembered that
America is pledged to break the mili
tary power of Germany and make
no peace with the Hohenzollerns."
Amsterdam, Oct. 30. The Aus
tro-German offensive against Italy,
according to Vorwaerts of Berlin
was not undertaken in an aggressive
spirit with the object of conquest
but solely to bring peace nearer.
From Tuesday's Daily.
W. R. Bryan, who some time since
sold his farm near Ashland, but in
this county, and departed to the west
went to Fort Collins, Colorado, at
which point he has relatives,
daughter residing there, has pur
chased some 800 acres of land in
Colorado. Mr. Bryan while in the
west in the early fall, found an op
portunity to make some money on
llands which he purchased. He
hopes to be able to do the same on
this purchase which he has just now
Complaint Almost Gone
"Foley's IJoney and Tar is great,
writes L. W. Day, 65 Campbell Ave
E., Detroit, Mich. "It relieves bron
chitis quickly. My complaint has al
most gone and I hope never to hav
it again.' Time and the experience
of thousands have proved that there
is no better medicine for coughs
colds or croun. Get the genuine
Sold everywhere.
There will be a program and
box runner civen at the Tritsch
School House, District number nine
on Saturday evening, November 3rd
Everyone is cordially invited. The
ladies are requested to bring baskets
and the gentlemen the coin.
10-20-3td2twklv. Teacher
Man Troubled for Two Years.
No one should suffer . backache,
rheumatic pains, stiff joints, swollen
sore muscles, when relief can easily
be had. James McCrery, Berrien
Center, Mich., says he was trouble
with kidney and bladder trouble for
two vears. He used several kinds
of medicine without relief, but Foley
Kidney Pills cured him. Sold every
Officer Alvin Jones was looking af
ter some business in Omaha today
having gone to that place early this
morning returned home on the noon
i.i:;.i mitu'H .
To Om-KO W. Norton, Ceo. W. Norton
(.'iit real name unknown), ueo. u.
Mattisori (Hfst real name unknown)
John Fountain. Henry Fountain
CJeoi-K-" K. JturilinK; the heirs, tlevi
foes, legators, personal representa
tives and all other persons interest
ed in the estates of the following
named persons, to-wlt: George Y
Norton. Geo. ". Norton (first rea
ii.i mo unknown. Geo. IX Mattlson
Ulrst real name unknown), John
Fountain, Henry Fountain and
George K. Huril ing, -whose names and
residenees are unknown; William Jl
Price, William At. Price and Albert
Kelly, Kxecutors of the last will and
testament and estate of George lv
Harding, deceased; and the unknown
owners ami the. unknown claimants
of the following described real es
tate, to-wit: The i:ast half of the
Southeast quarter ( 10 S H ) of Sec
tion Twenty-three (J3), the outh
west quarter (SW'i) of Kection
Twenty-four CM), the North half of
the North half of the Northwest
quarter (NV&N,4NVU of Section
Twenty-five (25) and .the North half
of LJte North half of the Northeast
quarter ( N V2 X 4 ) of Kection
Twenty-six (6), all in Township
Twelve (12), North of Kange Ten
' (10), Kast of tbo Sixth (6th) V. M.,
In Cass county, Nebraska:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that on the 24tli day of October,
1917, Nancy J. Hill. Franklin IX Hill.
Kunice 10. Kline, Jesso Hill, Charles
F. Hill. Violet K. Thorp, Kuth Thorp
and Florence Thorp by her Guardian
and next friend. Ileginald H. Thorp,
as. plaintiffs Hied their petition in the
IMstriet court in ana ror cass county.
Nebraska, and that you and each of
you are parties aetenaant, me odjcci
and prayer of said petition being to
obtain a decree, adjudging ana decree
ing that said plaintiffs are the owners
in foe simple and seized of the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
The Fast hall or the (southeast
quarter (U SK4) of Section
Twenty-three C'3). the Southwest
quarter (SWi) of Section Twenty-four
(24), the North, half of the
North half of the Northwest quar
ter .(NV6 NV6 NW) - of Section
Twenty-live (25) and the North .
half of the North half of the North
east quarter (N& NH.NBJ4) of
Section Twenty-six (-6), all in
Township Twelve (12), North of
Kange Ten (10). East of the 6tU
P. M.. in Cass county. Nebraska.
and that said plaintiffs are entitled to
the absolute artd uninterrupted posses
ion of said premises; that you, the de
fendants, and each of you, have no
Itle to, claim or lien upon or interest
n said real estate; that the title to
aid real estate be quieted in plain
tiffs; that the clouds created by the
lalms set forth in petition of plain
tiffs be removed; and that the plaln-
Iffs have such other and further re-
ief in the premises as they may be
entitled to and to the Court may seem
You and each of you are required to
answer said petition on or before the
17th day of December. 1917. .
Nancy J. Hill, Franklin D. Hin,
Kunice K. Kline, Jesse J. Hill,
Charles F. Hill. Violet E. Thorp.
Kuth Thorp, Florence Thorp by
her Guardian and next friend,
Reginald II. Thorp.
By: D. "W. MORROW.
o2a-sw5w. Their Attorney.
on Petition ror Appointment or Ad'
The State of Nebraska, Cass Coun
ty, ss:
In tue County Court.
In the matter of the Estate of Nan
cy Elizabeth Wiles, Deceased.
On reading and hung the petition of
Isaac Wiles, praying that , administra
tion of said Estate be granted to
Thomas F. Wiles, as Administrator;
Ordered. That November 13th. A. D.,
1917. at nine (9) o'clock a. m., is as
signed for hearing said petition, when
all persons Interested in said matter
may appear at a County Court to be
held In and for said county, and show
cause why the prayer of petitioner
should not be granted; and that notice
of the pendency of Raid petition and
the hearing thereof be given to all
persons interested In said matter by
publishing a copy of this order in the
Plattsmouth Journal, a semi-weekly
newspaper printed in said county, for
three successive weeks prior to saia
day of bearing.
Dated October IS, 1917.
o22-sw3w. County Judge.
The State of Nebraska, Cass Coun
ty, ss:
In i lie County Court
In the matter of the Estate of Aug
ust Anderson, Deceased.
To the creditors of said Estate:
You are hereby notified that I will
sit at the County Court room in Platts
mouth, in said county, on the 20th day
of November, 1917, and the 21st day of
February, 1918. at 9 o'clock a. m. of
each day to receive and examine all
claims against said Estate, with a view
to their adjustment and allowance. The
time limited for the presentation of
claims against said Estate is three
months from the 20th day of Novem
ber. A. D., 1917, and. the time limited
for payment of debts is one year from
said 20th day of November, 1917.
Witness mv hand and the seal of said
Court this 19th day of October, 1917.
(Seal) County Judge.
In the District Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska. .
In re Guardianship of Marvel E.
Hale, a minor.
Now, on this 17th day of October.
A. D., 1917, this cause came on for
hearing upon the petition of Nora A.
Powers, goiardian of Marvel E. Hale,
a minor, praying for license to sell
tJse following described real estate to
wit: That part of lot 5 in Porter Place,
an Addition to the City of Plattsmouth,
Cass county, Nebraska, commencing at
the northwest corner of said Lot 5,
thence running east along the north
line thereof 677.65 feet, thence south
parallel with the east line of said lot
7D feet, thence west parallel with the
north lints 709.63 feet to the west line
of - said Lot 6. thence northeasterly
along said west line to the place of
beginning. And also, commencing at
the northeast corner of said Lot 5 in
said Porter Place. thence running
westerly 526 feet, thence south paral
lel with the east line of said lot 145.70
feet, thence east parallel with the north
line 526 feet, thence north 145.70 feet
to the place of beginning, all being
situated in Forter Place, an Addition
to the City of Plattsmouth, Cass coun
ty, Nebraska, for the purpose of using
the funds derived therefrom for the
support, education and maintenance of
said minor child, and alleging that the
sale of said land is necessary for the
best interests of said minor; and it ap
pearing that an order should be en
tered requiring all persons interested
in said real estate to appear and show
cause, if any. why a license should not
issue to said Guardian to sell the
interest of said minor in said above
described real estate. It is therefore
ordered that all persons interested in
said estate appear before me at the
District Court Room in Plattsmouth,
Nebraska, at 10 o'clock a. m., on the
26th day of November. 1917, and show
cause, if any there be, why a license
should not issue to said Guardian to
sell said real estate of said minor, and
for the purpose set forth in said ap
plication. It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be served upon all persons
interested in said estate by publica
tion of said order for three successive
weeks prior to said date set for show
ing cause, in the Plattsmouth Journal.
a newspaper published semi-weekly and
of getieml circulation in Cass county.
Judge of the Dist. Court.
o22-sw3w. Atty. for Guardian.
To Alfred S. Cooley, if living, if .dead.
his heirs, devisees, legatees, personal
representatives and all other persons
interested in his estate, whose names
are unknown; the unknown heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and all other persons inter
ested in the estate of Frank Davis,
deceased; James J. Shannon, if living,
Having disposed of my interest in the General Merchandise, I now
gi-e my entire time to the automobile business, and am in a position to
serve you much better than eyer. I have a good stock of
Studebaker and
Maxwell ars
on hand and can makeyou immediate delivery. "More car for the Dol
lar," is the one motto the Studebaker Corporation have kept in mind
since their establishment in 1852. Compare Studebaker in power, quiet
- ness, seating arrangement, upholstering, oversize tires, design and ac
cessibility and you will be convinced our nearest competitors are priced
$100 to $300 higher.
Studebaker 18 Series 6 cylinder, L0 h. p. - - - $1335
j8 4 " 40 h. p. - - - - 1050
Maxwell 25-17, 30 h. p. - - - "
F. O. B. Detroit.
Call or drop me a card for demonstration. Goodrich and Lee Punc
ture Proof Tires and Tubes at i0fc under the market. French Auto
Oils and Auto Accessories. Ford Specialties. Empire Mechanical
Milkers carried in stock.
" J. F.
Cedar Creek, i
if dead, his heirs, devisees, legatees,
personal representatives and all oth
er persons interested in his estate,
whose names are unknown; Jlrs.
James J. Shannon, first and real name
unknown. If living, if dead, her heirs,t
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and all other persons Inter
ested in her estate, whose names are
unknown; Sherman S. Cooley, Archi
bald B. Cooley and Harold O. Cooley,
non-residents; all claimants to Lots
Seven (7) and Eight (8) in Block
Eighteen (IS) in th Village of
Eagle, Cass county. Nebraska, whose
real names are unknown.
You. and. each of you are hereby no
tified that on the 6th day of October,
1917, William Latrom, as plaintiff, liled
his petition In the District Court or
Cass county, Nebraska, against you and
each ana all or you, as defendants, the
object and prayer of which petition is
to quiet plaintiffs title to L,ots seven
(7) and Eight (8) in Block Eighteen
(18) in the Village of Eagle. Cass coun
ty. Nebraska, and to forever exclude
and enjoin you and each of you, and
all persons claiming by, through or
under you, from claiming any right,
title, interest or lien in, to or on said
real estate, or any part thereof, and
for such other and further relief as
to the Court may seem just and equi
table. You. and eacli of you, are further
notified that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Jloni
day, the 3rd day of December. 1917,
and if you fail to do so your default
will be entered therein and judgment
entered in accordance with the prayer
of plaintiff's petition. This notice is
made pursuant to an order of said
His Attorneys.
Notice is hereby given than an ap
plication has been made to the Gover
nor and the Advisory lioara 01 i'ar
dons for a commutation of the sen
tences of Max I'loehn, who was on the
fifth day of July, 1905, sentenced by tht
District Court within and for Cass
county to nerve a term of life in the
state penitentiary for the crime of mur
der. Said application will be heard be
fore the Advisory Board of Pardons at
the state penitentiary on the 1st day
of November, 1917.
Dated this 19th day of October, 1917.
on .Petition for Appointment of Ad
ministrator. The State of Nebraska, Cass Coun
ty, ss:
lu the County Court
In the Matter of the Estate of Mary
C. Kdgerton, Deceased:
On reading and filing the. petition of
J. A. Edgerton praying that Adminis
tration of said Estate may be granted
to him as Administrator;
Ordered, That on November 13th, A.
D. , 1917, at 10 o'clock a. m., is assign
ed for hearing said petition, when all
ptrsons interested in paid matter may
appear at a County- Court to be held
in and for said County, and show cause
why the prayer of petitioner should
not be granted; and that notice of the
pendency of said petition and the hear
ing thereof be given to all persons in
terested in said matter by publishing
a copy of this order in the riattsmouth
Journal, a semi-weekly newspaper
printed in said county, for three suc
cessive weeks prior to said day of
Dated October 17. 1917.
(Seal) olS-3W. County Judge.
The State of Nebraska)
Cass County ) ss:
In the County Court.
In the matter of the Estate of Velos
co V. Leonard. Deceased.
To the Creditors of said Estate:
You are hereby notified, that I will
sit at the County Court room in Platts
mouth, in said county, on the 31st day
of October, 1917, and the 31st day of
January, 1918, at 9 o'clock a. m., to re
ceive and examine all claims against
said Estate, with a view to their ad
justment and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims
against said Estate is three months
from the 31st ,day of October, A. IX,
1917, and the time limited for payment
of debts is one year from said 31st
day of October, 1917.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County Court this 27th day of
September, 1917.
(Seal) ol-4w. County Judge.
on petition for Appointment of Admin
istratrix. The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
ty, ss:
In the County Court
In the matter of the estate of Blanche
Marsh, deceased:
On reading and filing the petition or
Elizabeth Schwab praying that admin
istration of said Estate may be grant
ed to Elizabeth Schwab as Adminis
Ordered. That November 3rd. A. J..
1917, at 10 o'clock a. m. is assigned for
hearing said petition, when all persons
interested in said matter may appear
at a County Court to be held in and
for said County, and show cause why
the prayer of petitioner should not be.
granted: and that notice of the pen
dency of said petition and the hearing
thereof be given to all persons inter
ested in said matter by publishing a
copy of this order in the Plattsmouth
Journal, a semi-weekly newspaper
printed in said county, lor three suc
cessive weeks prior to said day of
Latcd October 12, 1917.
ol5-sw3w. County Judge.