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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY. JOURNAL.
. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1917
riattsmouth, Xeb., Iov. 6, 1917.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, Henry Snoke, Julius
A. Fitz and C. E. Ileebner, County
Commissioners, Frank J. Libershal,
Minutes of previous sessions read
and approved, when the following
business was transacted in regular
The following claims were exam
ined and allowed by the Board:
The University Publishing
Co.. supplies to Co. Supt $ 30.53
Chas. 2.1. Bates, expense ac
count, Xels 1 larger
K. D. - Clark, shoes, etc., to
Mrs.- Sarah Mack 1
Platisniouth Water Co., water
to jai! and court house, Sept
D. C. Morgan; stamps to
George L. Farley, salary for
riattsmouth Water Co., wat
er to court house and jail
fcr October 1 4.23
Nebraska Lighting Co., gas
and electricity to county 23.97
Iliatt & Tutt, mdse. to Joe
Lincoln Telephone & Tele-
graph Co., rents and tolls
Frank J. Libershal, salary
Moaensen & Hart, mdse. to
Allen $7; Nichols ?10
II. Sievers. salary and laundy
1). C. Morgan, postal supplies
to Co. Sr.pt.
Ktuiingtcn Typewriter Co.,
B. C. Marquardt & Co., mdse.
to Mrs. Cottingham, Oct
K. B. Printing Co., supplies
on claim No. 10
Opal Fitzgerald, salary, clerk
for Co. Atty. and Co. Supt.-.
A. G. Cole, salary and exp.
Julius A. Pitz, auto hire to
B. C. Marquardt & Co., mdse.
to Mrs. Cottingham, Sept.-
II. M. Soennichsen," report of
births and deaths
A. II. Stander, Do
V.. L. Hand, Do
Mrs. Emma Davis, Do
P. I. Clements, Do
Wm. II. Lyman, Do
L. R. L'ptoii, Do
Dr. L. Muir. Do
E. ft urienegger. Do
H. F. Kropp. Do
Dr. G. H. Gilmore. inspecting
school di.-trict No. 2S
Lincoln Fine Art Co., sup-,
plies IT rur SnpT.1 ; '
C. D. Qu.nton. jailor fees for
C. I. Quintou, salary for Oc
tober C. G. Fricke, coal to Kushin
sky. 4.23; Co. farm. .$19.SG
A. C. Tulene, baling straw at
Lorenz Bros., culss to coun
Mr?. Dora Denson, care of de
p;i.dent children tor Nov
- " J ... j a H VJ ill ,U . I i A W
Chloe Allen, Do
Mrs. Belle D. Grassraan, Do.
Mrs. Josephine Havir, Do
Mrs. Grace Sperry, Do
Mrs. Ida Schlieske, Do
Mrs. Edith Duckworth, Do
Mrs. Lucy B. Lyle, Do
Mrs. Emma C. Miller, Do
Mrs. Augusta Brandt, Do
Mrs. Margaret Leland, Do
Mrs. Mollie Games, Do
Mrs. Ethel Boetel, Do
Hammond & Stephens Co.,
supplies to county Supt
Philip Thierolf, mdse. to
paupers at county farm
J. II. Tarns, salary and ex
pense, October ..
J. N. Elliott, sawing wood
at county jail
Peters &. Parker, labor at the
C. E. Hartford, fuel to War
den. $3.50; court house,
J. II. McMaken, freight and
d ravage :
I. N. Cummings, hauling rub
bish from jail
Waterman Lbr. & Coal Co"
material to jail and court
Henry Suoke, salary and mil
eage Julius A. Pitz, salary and
11 a Piattsrr.outh Journal,
printing and supplies
Alj-na C. Peterson, salary and
Louisville Courier, printing.
L A. Wurl, mdse. to farm,
$2.60; Monroe, $10; Hob
H. M. Soennichsen, mdse. to
Hart, S3; Warden, $5; Col
J. W. Crabill; care of tower
Fcr Tired Women
-With Aching Heads
"They help me co much and I find
rdJef a3 Fonn as I begin tailing your
I"oiy Kidney I'il's." 3Jrs. Frank P,
lYYoaS. Morrill, Maine, XL F. T. No. 2.
Sometimes it seem3 as if you can't
Hand the j;a:n across your back. It
is just rr.akin? your Ufa miserable
tr-d robblr.fr yc j of ail energy and -ctrength.
When ycu ar constantly;1
lirej. bead always aching1, nerves "OH
fidrji," klJncy r-cticn painful and burn
l.Tjtf then I the V.mo to- start la At
ci"e fa Voir y Ki'Inpy litis.
Tiiej' tt-v-iifithtn tiie "tveak, allJni?
Jciint-yjs. improve their action, enable
lh.-m to I'.-.ruv oft tho poisons that
tLe ycur trouble. Youx nerves grow,,,
j? acefb.- zftez Letoiies sounder, n?fv--.-j3
heaiip.c. -s c.1sap;wir. As Mrs.
"vVocd tajv; "I finl ron.;t; aa sojon as l
trrrJn t take you.- ;"oi?y Sidney
Tr"..:s." X'- t ire vi. i -ct the genuine
riev Kiirtv PiUs. for t!iey are
rurei . r-idfclnai .ad contain no
ta.-anft'! irus. " -r
4 SOLD EVLRYWHEEE."
clock for one year 40.00
Louisville Courier, printing- 10.75
'. C. Patterson, helping sur
veyor . . .2.50
Fr. LibersltaU Do ; t 2.5 1
tv surveyor .
Fred Patterson, surveyor and
Geo. Farley, helping surveyor
Charles Murphy, Do
E. M. Patterson, Do. l-'o
Tom Smith, road work, road
district No. 10 . $115. i0
J. C. Lomeyer, Do, Dist. 5 H4.zu
W. J. Partridge, Do, Dist 13 10. UU
J. Johannsen, Do, Dist. 7 90.25
Walter Bvers. Do, Dist. 27 26.10
T. E. Hathaway, Do, Dist. 11 139.40
August Krecklow, Do, Dist. S 192.75
II. It. Meisinger, Do, Dist. 2- 108.10
C. F. Vallery, Do, Dist. l
Arthur Adams. Do, Dist 16
E. J. Rtchey, lumber for road
district No. 10
S. S. Peterson, blacksmith
work, road district No. 6
A. W. Nor ris, road work, road
district No. 16 '
lex Jones, Do, Dist 4
F. E. Myers, Do, Dist. 16
A. A. Wallinger, Do, Dist. 15
Wm. Kaufmann, Do. Dist. 2
Wm. S. Wetenkamp, Do, road
district No. 2 14.40
W. R. Young. Do, Dist. 10 lfi.SO
Chas. Frohlich, Do, Dist. 16- 7.00
W. W. Coatman. Do, Dist. 16 S.40
F. W. Wilken, Do, Dist. 6 125.00
J. D. Allen, Do, Dist. 16 ; 44.60
Alex Jones. Do, Dist. 4 16.00
T. F. Stroud & Co., grader re
pairs for Dist. No. 2
The Olsen Quarry, dynamite
and fuse for Dist. 13
R. D. Williams, blacksmith
work, Dist. No. 7
Tool. Nauman & Murtey,
lumber for road Dist. 4
Tool, Nauman & Murtey,
lumber for road Dist. 7
C. II. Nold Lbr. Co., lumber
for read Dist. No. 5
John lverson, blacksmith
work, road Dist. No. 2
J. Adams, lumber for roatl
district No. 16
Nick Becker, road work, road
district No. 16
Wm. Umland, Jr., Do, Dist. 16
High Weaver, Do, Dist. 16
R. V. Brunell, Do. Dist. 16
W. J. Alt house, Do, Dist.-6
F. W. Nolting, Do. Dist. 1
J. W. Ruhga, Do, Dist. 14
W. H. Seybert, Do, Dist. 1
Edw. Meisinger, Do, Dist. 1
Will Hirz, Do, Dist. 1
Avoca Village Treasurer,,
proportion of Road Fund,
Dist. No. 23 2S0.00
Nebraska &. Iowa Steel Tank
Co.. culverts for Dist. No.
4; Commr. Dist. 3
C. 2.1. Read, dragging roads,
Dist. No. 27 $
J. Johannsen, Do, Dist. 7
Tom Smith. Do, Dist. 10
Chas. Frohlich. Do. Dist. 16
Nick Becker, Do, Dist. HJ
Wm. Umland, Jr., Do, Dist. 16
F. E. Myers, Do, Dist. 16
A. A. Wallinger, Do, Dist. 15
Peter Henriksen, Do, Dist. 16
Henry Brockhoff, Do, Dist. 14
Alex Campbell, Do, Dist. 27
W. W. Coatman, Do", Dist. 16
On motion the Board adjourned to
meet Wednesday, November 7, 1917
FRANK J. LIBL'RSlIAL,
Plattsmouth, Neb., Nov. 7, 1917.
Board met as per adjournment,
with n.ll memifr nrp-uit ulion thn
A - .
' following business was transacted in
County Sheriff filed his report of
fees earned for 3rd quarter, 1917,
to amount of 537.65.
County Judge Allen J. Beeson filed
orders with the County Clerk re
i .1 1 II" i T! fW V, n A 4 . . -
! wfi luc iuuiuhs pt-iisiuiis uj. v.ora
x . rr- e a. . .
xj. juw tor ?io.uu per montn; v lr-
gie Xi. Brady for $20.00 per month;
j-iuian x. uaKer ior $15. 00 per
montii; Clara Matzke for ?20.00 per
month; Martha A. Haddon for $25.00
per month and Susie Urwin for
$10.00 per month. Said renewals to
be in effect for a period of six months
unless sooner revoked by the Court
The Board on motion allowed said
pensions as per orders of the Court.
The County Judge filed an order
with the Countj' Clerk .directing the
County Board of Commissioners to
pay Mrs. Mollie Hansen of Platts
mouth the sum of $8.00 per month
for the support and maintenance of
her dependent child for a period of
six months unless sooner revoked by
the court. On motion the Board al
lowed said pension.
Claim 8 Allowed.
The folowing claims were audited
and allowed by the Board:
Jackman & Gibson, mdse. fur
nished Frank Reese $ 41.23
Jackman & Gibson, mdse. fur- "
nished Mrs. Henrietta Law- '
C. E. Ileebner, salary and
Plattsmouth Steam Laundry
laundry to jail
Mrs. A. S. Bennett, nursing
Miss Cahoon while sick.
Louisville Courier, printing
delinquent tax list : 143.90
Mrs. Cora B. Tower, care of
dependent children, Nov.
Mrs. Virgie L. Frady, Do
Mrs. Mollie Hansen, Do
Mrs. Lillian B. Baker, Do
Mrs. Clara Matzke, Do
Mrs. Martha A. Haddon, Do
Mrs. Susie Urwin, Do
Midland Chemical Co., potash
compound to jail i
George Stones, damages to
Wm., M. Hoover, "dragging
. roads, Dist. N'o. 3i,
Chas. R. Hall, Do, Dist. 12
E. H. Schoemaker, Do," Dtst.12
J. R. Lee, Do, Dist. 1
Wm. Richards, Do, Dist. 4
R. B. Letfler, ,Do,' Dist:i3
ROD FUND '
SmitlfS "s ;fg. Co..'. grad
er, repair for Dist:. No,' ''8
XX. Holttn. grading fcr road
district I'o. 13 ;
Keystca'j Pipe Co., concrete
pipe, Dist. No. 27
T. E. Hathaway, road work,
road Dist. No. 11 76.50
H. II. Bennett, Do, Dist. 12
Jno. Sheard, Jr., Do, Dist. 12
TT TT Tionnott Tin nit til
Apilph Mogensen, Do, No. : 14
ifl i-A.2 ' Mason, hardware ior
Dist. No. 5
Atlas Powder Co., blasting
powder for Dist. No. 13
Banning & NickleS, lumber
for road Dist. No. 10
Keystone Pipe Co., cement
pipe, Elm wood precinct;
Commr. Dist. No. 3 4S0.00
J. Johansen, bridge work
August Krecklow, Do
Wm. Richards, Do
Torn Smith, Do
Jacob Frohlich, Do
Hih Weaver, Do
A. W. Norris, Do
W., R. Young, Do
A. O. Ramge, bridge lumber
Lincoln Telephone & Tele
graph Co., telophone pole
W. J." Partridge, bridge work
C. F. Vallery, Do
T. E. Hathaway, Do
Tool, Nauman & Murtej-,
Keystone Pipe Co., cement
pipe for Platts., city
C. II. Nold Ltimber Co., bridge
material 37. OS
Walter Bjers, bridge work 18.00
J. Adams, bridge material
Bestor & Swatek, bridge ma
Keystone Pipe Co.", cemenj
pipe, S Mile Grove Prect
Mike Lutz, bridge work
Banning & Nickles, bridge
Monarch Engineering Co.,
bridge work completed in
county . 2933.66
Monarch Engineering Co., ad
vance on account of ma
terial furnished 5SO0.00
On motion the Board adjourned to
meet Monday, December 3. 1917.
FRANK J. LIBERSHAL,
County Clerk. .
RAILROAD STRIKE INVOLV
ING many m nmm
New York, Nov. 13. Demands
for wage increases averaging 4 2 per
cent are invqlved in a secret strike
vote being taken this week by con
ductors and brakemen on all rail
roads in the United States, it was
learned today ia railroad circles
Advance cop!cs vS the demands
have been received by eastern rail
road officials and it was explained
that the vote now being taken
preliminary to a strike vote.
According to the information giv
en railway oilicialr, the men in the
movement include 32, OO prison ger
train employes; S3, 003 freight men
and 5 3,000 yard men.
U. S. ENDEAVORS TO
SELL HUGE GEM .
Washington, Nov. .12. The mil
lions of dollars worth cf foodt-tuffs
discovered by secret service agents
ia New York warhonses will be pvt
on the American market, unlets the
forign owners can show that they
are entitled to the products and thu.t
no embargo against their exportation
is in effect.
The food administration has open
ed negotiations by cable with the
foreign owners in the hope of ob
taining their permission for the pur
chase of the foodstuffs, but other
action will be taken unless the per
mission is forthcoming.
Officials were interested today in
the fact that the foodstuffs include
more than 2,000,000 bushels of oats
consigned to Dutch importers. It was
pointed out that Holland is not ordi
narily a user of oats, but Germany
has been short of oats for her cav
alry. Activities of the secret service
agents in New York were said to be
only a part cf -an investigation
throughout, the United States to dis
cover if large quantities of food
stuffs are being held in storage.
POSITS LEADS TH EU. S.
TO REASSURE THEM
Washington, Nov. 13th. Heavy
withdrawals of bank and postal sav
ings deposits hy aliens in some local
ities caused A.-Mitchel Palmer, alien
property custodian, to issue a formal
statement today reiterating assur
ances that the government has no
intention of Interfering witli the
money or property of Germans or
citizens of countries allied with .Ger
many living and doing lawful busi
ness In this country. . . ,
AU.my place, 5J2 milts east of
Manley, 3 calves. Owner may have
same by proving property and pay
ing for this advertisement. Julius
r'BrIng' your welding fo us.
mouth Garase. -Tel. 294.
For Sale A number of white
j Brahma Cockerel3. Mrs. C. E. Ileeb
iifffs ..- .j'g,gC Tl-JZl y ; ."r " -
Chas". Suavely was a Lincoln visit
P. II. Weidman was a Lincoln
Mrs. Earl Fairfield left Wednesday
to see her sick brother in Illinois.
L. Lauritsc-n and J. A.. Shaffer
autoed to Lincoln Wednesday after
noon. Pearl Beck from Stewart came in
Sunday and will shuck corn for Jno.
Will Sutton spent several days
last week with his brother, Chas. at
Mrs. Robert Johnson and two
little daughters were Lincoln visit
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sutton- and
baby cf Chappell, came in Saturday
evening to visit relatives here.
Mrs. H. A. Bailey and son Ken
neth spent Saturday and Sunday
! with relatives in Omaha and Platts
Earl Quinn of Manley, visited
Tuesday forenoon with his aunt "Mrs.
Dan McCurdy, enroute home from
Hobart Redpath and his sister,
Inez, cf Western, Nebr., are visit
ing tbeir aunt, Mrs. J. H. Foreman
X. II. Meeker and family and Mrs.
Welton and children of Greenwood
visited at the G. P. Foreman home
For Sale Thoroughbred barred
Plymouth Rock cockerels $1.50 each
if taken at once. Mrs. Chris. God-
Sum CaUner went
to Lincoln Saturday morning on
business remaining until Sunday af
ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jake
car. down from
where ;ho ha 3
She is improv-
: a ho:-pi;.il.
lowly. Sh- i; with lu r
Mr:;. Jese IlarJnoek.
Mr.s. Elizabeth Dolr, Mr: Nettie
m;e;: and f:on iteriing of Wtenint;
unday v Hh Mr. ai:d
-. L. IT. Mii",;I.v
aceoinp-inloJ them h
Da?'. Sl:i::r.er a:;d
to Line-jln S.'turday
Lvt a monifme.'it foi
:-rae for a vi-it
ci: 1 1 area went
morr.iiig to se-
in" III .
two v. 'ei
P'l ehiMroii I
for b. r homo
y ;a On
t'"vera! weeks hero
Omaha ?S" her fat li
t pinied v far
cr, Da-i SU:::;-r.
Ned Shaffer cf Drnvc
A. Sbatlcr i;v.l
wife i'.t'nday r.tul Jloiiday. Ot'ier
guoi-f,; at the Sh.a:"ir home Sur'iay
wer- Fred Weaver of Sorth Read.
Mr." vvi) Mrs. Wm. I'owoli and Mr.
ai:d Mrs. Gene Powell of Luk-oIti.
I).-. L. Muir v.-as called to Milford
IiHt Tne--dny bj a. telegram from
there that hi; rnlJicr w1s real sick
He rr.-'.'liis family left zt once,
renrbing her bedside but were not
recognized a.; she was too low, and
pas.-ed away Tuesday evening. Dr.
and family returned home Sunday.
The Pophomore class held a hex
social at the. school house Fridav
evening which netted them $33. SO,
naii oi winch is applied on the piano
15.00 to athletics and the remaind
er to class founds. An interesting
program was rendered. Albert Tay
lor was auctioneer and two boxes
reached the $3.00 notch.
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nickols of
Louisville p.nd Mr. Nichols mot Iter
who lives in Virginia, and is visiting
her ron and family, called on Mm.
Geo. Foreman Sunday evening. Mrs.
Foreman wan a little girl when she
visited the elder Mrs. Nickols when
they lived northwest, of town sev
eral years ago and this vas the first
meeting since and it was surely en
joyed. The Ladies Aid Society will hold
a Bazaar and supper, Dec 7, in
Jordan's hall. Those making articles
for' salewill j?lease have them in
by Friday morning and leave them
with Mrs. M. C. Keefer. There will
be dainty fancy work, aprons and
many other, articles for sale and the
ladies will confer a great favor if
they will put off Xmas shopping un
til they visit the Bazaar. Everyone
Is cordially invited to attend.
8 room dwelling, with bam and
sheds. Located on lots 10, 11, 12,
Townsends Add. on north Eighth St.
A bargain if taken at onc-o. II. F.
Goos, Plattsmouth, Nebr. 10-S-tfwkly
Journal Want-Ads Pay!
For Infants and Children
En Use For Over SO Years
From Tuesday's Daily,
. Last Saturday evening being the
birthday of Robert .Stivers of Cedar
r. l. n i ... i . ' e i. I ci-nAt. I
gathered together and calling . upon
him spent the evening in making his
life, merry, as well as -their own.
There were games, and general good
time with some good things to eal
at the right time to enliven the oc
casion. Tokens of their friendship,
and good wishes, and for his pros
perity and happiness in the years to
come were left. Among those to
help celebrate the occasion were the
following: Messrs. and Mesdames, J.
F. Wolf, Wm. Schneider, W. J.
Schneider, C. A. Whitaker, J. C. Lyle
W. II. Ilesenflow, J. II. llesenflow,
Mrs. J. J. Schneider, A. O. Ault. and
family, Grandma Wolf, who were
from Cedar Creek, while those out of
the village to attend the gathering
were: Miss Esther Noyes, of Louis
ville. Mrs. Mary Clark of Platts
mouth, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Clark
cf Plattsmouth. Mr. Clay Stivers, of
Glenwood, Iowa; In all forty-four.
LOADS A CAR OF IRON TODAY.
Hon Ilankinson, the hustling junk
man, who has just recently return
ed from Alliance, where he expect
ed to ship a few cars of potatoes to
this place in the near future, is to
day loading a car of iron for ship
ment To Omaha. i
Well, we are already Tor Chase
county next Sunday 'evening. Have
you seen Rosencrans about the trip?
Just call him over the phone and
tell him that you want in on the
trip next Sunday evening. He will
look after your every comfort, and
make the trip an enjoyable one.
Constipation causes headache, in
digent ion. diuie:-. drowsiness. For
n mild, opening medicine, use Doan's
Rcgr.lLtJ. "Oc a box at all stores.
::i;ru or i;i:Aititi
i-id X-t:.v- o.i JVtitin lVr tlii-meiit
.,1' A cio;: t: t.
la tin County Court of Cuss Co-.jnty
st:.. to cf Nebraska. Cass county.
To persons interest d ir. the Es
tate oi" A ir.it ha Stull. J'eeoasod:
tin t ailintr the petition of E. 1
Cneuuiiii-. Administrator, praying
f : ,-. . I ,' I 1 t. ist. ; :;d allowance of hi
r-i. l;!e.l in this Court on the Ctll
av of No.vinhir. 117. and fer hi
i!s h: i ro as such Administrator;
!t is hereby o'iUm-oiI that you an
a'l n. rsoi.s iutere:-ted Iti tiaid mvtter
'::rtl e. a i 'pear :.l tho eminiy
'e-.'t j,, Pe i .M n a.nd for said Court
! tp,. t'v .'av of November. A
i .b' 10 o'e! .cb. a. m.. to show
...u-.ye. if Hisv there bo. '.vhy the praye
f the T'i-1 ii ioa.v should r.-t be jrrant
u, and li. it iieib.-o of the pendency of
tu t it hi'! a i!! lljo hoar i nuT thereo
;ri t n to all p.-i siips- iaterestol in
.tlii 1'iatt.T l.v i.ubl:.-hir.'-r a copy o
t:.:s oid"r4i:i tiu: I'lattsriont h Journal
: ; eriii-woekl v pev. sj ap.-r' printt i h
:.!'; cor. iity, f : one week prior to
id dav of h arincr.
Ic. v.itrvrs -v'.,ir. I have lo-rounto
-ft my hand and tho or saw
Co n x. t his :ih day of Noveaib- r, A
ALLEN 4. r.KEHO.W
(Sfal) County Judfie
MiTit i: to c:;i;i)iTt)us
The State f Ni-hraskai
Ca-s-: County ) ss:
In (br County Omrt.
In 'the tu.iiter .!' the Estatf
f.'.-. if la' ?.!:.rsh. Ifeeased.
'o tho Creiiitois of said Estate:
You are hereby notified that 1 will
-it at the County Court room in I'latts
mouth, in said county, on the I'.rd day
if iii'iTinlcr. l!17.niid on the 'Jrd day
f March. I'.ilS. to teirivp and e.amin'
r.U claims .-iair.-- said Estate, with
vio-v to their adjustment and allow
atieo. The time limited for the pre-
.-ci'tat ion of claitns against said Estate
i; throe months from the first day of
I u-com her. A. IK. V.n:. and the tinn
limited, for payiooiit of debts is cisrht
iiiipittlis from said tirs-t tiay oi iecem-
her, I'll 7.
Witness ri!" haiid
atid tho seal of
c..mitv Court, this ."rd day of
ALLEN .1. ISEESmX.
(Se:.I) nS-swIw. County "Jml.e.
NOTICE OK SALE
In the Idstrict Court of the County
of I'll:-:-, Nebraska.
In tho mrrtt r of tho Estate of Henry
W. 1 hi on, leeeased:
Notice is hereby Klvtn that in pur
suance of f.ii ol der of .lames T. Hcfr
of the IHstrh-t Court of Cass coun
lv, Nebraska, maile on the ISth day of
lit tot. or. 1!'17. for th- Pale of the real
estate herinafter described, there will
ho Hold at the south front door of the
Court louse in riattsmouth, Cass
com tv. Ncl.aska. on the 10th day of
1 )oo Mil her. . lit 17. at ten o'clock a. m
at nubile vendue to the hl.Thest bid
der for cash tho following described
real estate, to-wit:
Lots two hundred eleven (211) .
and two hundred twelve (212) in
the viilase of Greenwood, Cass
t-aid sale, to remain open one hour.
DOKOTHV M. LYNCH;
Administratrix of Estate, of Jlenr- "U.
Katn. Heceased. , '
C. A. JCAWLS, Attorney. n3-sw30d
MIT1CK CP HEPEIIEE'S SALE .
Notice is hereby criven that pursu
ant to an Order of Sale issued tjiinj
by the District Court or cass count,
Vei i-isha. on the 'ZiX day of Novem
ber, A. I)., 1917. in an action pondincf
in said court in which James ueies
Dernier, us guardian of Ernest- It. El
liott, Harry Elliott and Walter Elli
ott, all minors, Kiohard Deles Dernier,
Laura Debs Dernier, Martha Ann 1ns
werson, Albert N. Ingwersori, Norman
V.. Dele Dernier, Emma Deles Der
nier, James Deles Dernier, Eugenia
Deles Dernier, Lester M. Elliott, Alice
i-iiiott Arthur Elliott, Andrew Elliott
and 'Liunie Delea Dernier are plaintiffs
dsnt, 1 will, on Saturday, the 8th fa
of December. A. D., '1017, at ene p"clocls,4
In "the afternoon on satu uav, at
front door of the Nehawka Hanlc, Ne
hawka. Cass county. Nebraska, offer
for sale at nubile vcnilure to the high
est' bidder, the following described real
estate, situated in the County of Cass,
and State of Nebraska, to-wlt:
The south tiatr or tne norinwest
quarter N Wi y rof f Section : ;
Twenty-four (24, and the' north
east quarter NEJ4) of Section
Twentv-three (23). all in Town
Bblp Ten (10) NortU of Range
The most wonderful range of power you have
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For Demonstration See
EO. m. HOLD, &gent
Twelve (12) Fast of the 6th Prin
cipal Meridian, Ca.s county, Ne
braska. the terms of sale being: one-tenth cash
op. the day of sale anil the balance of
the purchase price on the day paid
sle is continued by the Iistrict Court
of Cass county, Nebraska.
Said talc will remain open for one
WILLIAM DELES DEKXIEK.
X OTIC 13 TO CKEIJITOHS.
The State of Nebraska)
Cas-s County )
In the i'ttiiiity
In th matter of the I
state of Eliza-
betii F. Edmunds,
Notice is hereby
Kiven to the credi
of said deceased that hearings
be hadapon claims tilel against
estate, befoie me. County Judpe
is.s county, Nebraska, at the coun
urt room in I'lattsniouth. in tnid
county, oa the first day of December,
iyi7 and on the 2nd day of March,
11S. at 10 o'clock a. m., each day. for
examination, adjustment and allow
ance. All claims must be filed in said
court on or before said last hour of
Witmss my Land and seal f said
County Court, at i'lat tsmouth, Nebras
ka, this olt dav of October. 1917.
"ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) Ccunty Judge.
To rjoorgc W. Norton, (Jeo. "W. Norton
trirst real name unknown), Geo. D.
Mattison (first real name unknown).
John Fountain. Henry Fountain,
Ccoi fro E. Hardin?; the heirs,- devi
sees, legatees, personal representa
tives and all other persons interest
ed ' in the estates of the following
named persons, to-wlt: George V.
Norton. (Jeo. W. Norton (tirst real
name unknown ), Geo. D. Mattison
(first real name unknown), John
Fountain. Henry Fountain and
Georj-'e E. Hardin;, whose names and
residences are unknown: William 11.
Price, William M. Price and Albert
Kelly. Executors of the last will and
testament and estate of George E.
Hardin?, deceased: and the unknown
owners and the unknown claimants
of the following described real es
tate, to-wit: The East half of the
Southeast quarter (KHSE14)
tion Twenty-three (23), the
west quarter (SW4) of
Twenty-four (21), the North
the N'orth half of the Northwest
quarter ( N h N i N W 4 ) of Section
Twenty-five (2."i and the North half
-of the North half of the Northeast
quarter (NUNNE'4) of Section
Twenty-six (25), all in Township
Tv elve (12). North of llanffe Ten
(10). East of the Sixth (j6th) I. M.,
in Cass county, Xebraska
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that on the 24th -lay. of- October,
117. Nancy J. Hill. Franklin D. Hill,
Eunice E. Kline, Jesse J. Hill, Charles
F. Hill. Violet E. Thorp, Kuth Thorp
and Florence Thorp hy. her Guardian
and next friend. Keinald 11. Thorp,
as plaintiffs filed their petition in the
District court in and for Cass county
Nebraska, and that you and each of
you are parties defendant, the object
and prayer of said petition beintr to
obtain a decree, adjudging, and decree
ing that said plaintiffs are the owners
in fee simple and seized of the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
The East half of the Southeast
quarter (EV SK',J) of Section
Twenty-three (2a). the Southwest
quarter (SW'U) of Section Twenty-four
(24 I. the North half of the
North half of the Northwest quar
ter (N N'.fc NW4) of Section
Twenty-live (23) and the North
half of the North half of the North
east quarter (NVi X',2 NEV4) of
Section Twenty-six (26), all in
Township Twelve (12), North of
Uanere Ten (10), East of the 6th
P. M., In Cass county, Nebraska.
and that said plaintiffs are entitled to
the absolute sind uninterrupted posses
sion of said premises; that you, the de
Having disposed of my interest in the General Merchandise, I now
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Value of the Age!
fendants, and each 'of y6u, have no
title to, claim or lien upon or interest
in Kaid real estate; that the title to
said real estate be quieted in plain
tiffs; that the clouds created by the
claims set forth in petition of plain
tiffs be removed; and that the plain
tiffs have such other and further re
lief 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. Hill,
Eunice E. Kline, Jesse J. Hill,
Charles F. Hill. Violet E. Thorp.
Iiuth Thorp. Florence Thorp by
her Guardian and next friend,
lieinald n. Thorp.
By: . D. W. MORROW,
o25-sw 5w. Their Attorney.
NOTICE OP SI IT TO QUIET TITLE
To Alfred S. Cooley, if living. If dead,
his hei !, 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,
if dead, h!s heirs, devisees, legatees,
personal representatives and all oth
er rersons interested in his estate,
whose names are unknown; Mrs.
James J. Shannon, first and real name
unknown, if living, if dead, her heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and all other persons inter
ested in her estate, whose names are
unknown: Sherman S. Cooley, Archi
bald li. Cooley and Harold O. Cooley,
non-residents; all claimants to Lots
Seven (7) and Eight (S) in Block
Eighteen (18) in the Village of
Eagle. Cass county, Nebraska, whose
real names, are unknown,
You. and each of yoji are hereby no
tified that on the 6th day of October,
1917, William Latrom. as plaintiff, tiled
his petition in .the District Court of
Cass county, Nebraska, against you and
each and all of you. as defendants, the
object and prayer of which petition is
to quiet plaintiff's title to Lots Seven
(7 and Eight (8) in Block Eighteen
(IS) in the Village of Eagle. Cass coun
ty, Nebraska, and to forever exclude
and enjoin you and eacli 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 each of you, are further
notified that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Mon
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
PALMER, TAYLOR & PALMER,"
- His Attorneys.
NOTICE TO CHEUITOHS
The State of Nebraska, Cass Coun
In the Co u lily 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, ia 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 my hand and the seal of said!
Court tills 19th day of October. 1917.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) County Judge.
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