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PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAE.
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1918.
THE END OF ITS
THE LAST JIEETIIfG OF COUNCIL
PREVIOUS TO ADVENT OF
THE NEW REGIME.
ELECTION RESULTS CANVASSED
One Resignation in Council Filled by
Ratified Appointment Lot of
I'lom Tuesday's Daily.
ThereV;is one empty chair at the
council chamber last evening it be
in;? the one which had heretofere
been occupied by Councilman Mauzy,
. as he has resigned to tahe effect at
the end of the present fiscal year of
the city, which comes with the next
meeting of the council. The roll call
showed all of the other legislators in
The first matter to come up was
the petition of George Brooks and
lovi Miller to have the gas service
extended to their residences. City
Attorney had taken up the matter
with W. II. Abbott, president of the
Continental Gas and Electric corpo
ration, who is the chief of this plant,
and after the petition was read, a
letter from Mr. Abbott was read, de
claring that with the advance in all
lines of material and labor, the rate
here is too low. and that they would
like to have the schedule of rates
adjusted upwards, and before the
end of the letter had been reached
it was evident that the lighting and
gas company desired more than the
people who were entitled to the ser
vice. The letter asked the city, at
torney to see Mr. Smith, in charge
f the company's (local business and
co-operate with him to the end of
securing a permit to charge a higher
Only One Arrest Made
The report of the chief of police
j-howed. but one arrest made and
one cash fine paid, which corre
sponded viththe report of the no
lice Judge, that report showing the
amount of the fine assessed to have
been $27 and $4 costs, making a to
tal of J 29. ' .""".;
Report of City Clerk
The report of the city clerk show
ed the payment of several occupa
tion tax licenses into the city treas
ury, they being as follows: Wells
Kargo Express company, $30 and S.
t"hasen, junk dealer, $25, making a
total of $35 thus realized.
City Treasurer's Report
With the reading of the report of
the city treasurer it was shown that
there was in the sinking fund, to
meet future obligations which may
fall due the sum of $10,S67.79 and
an additional school fund of $4,10 i.-
Sl Besides this there is a cash
balance in the hands of the city
treasurer of $16,CS4.S3 and a deficit
in the matter of outstanding war
rants of $43,224.11. The matter of
the accumulation of something with
which to build a new city hall is
showing a balance of $2,47G.36.
The Claims Committee
In the matter of the claim of Mrs.
Maggie Wilson for the care of Mol
lie Hansen while the latter was con-
lined with the smallpox, the com
niittee reported that after investiga
tion the bill should be paid and it
was so ordered and placed among
the bills of the finance committee
and was thus disposed of. The bill
amounted to $35.00.
Bestor for the Streets, Alleys and
Bridges committee reported that the
bridge south of the Burlington shops
had not been built on account of
Iho fact that there could not be t?e
eured at the present time either ma
terials or labor.
Trees for the Cemetery
It was reported that the trees for
replacing those in the cemetery were
here and were ready for being plac
ed where intended.
February Lighting Bill
Luschinsky reported on the Light
Wc buy Rags, Rubber,
Iron and Metal! ;
P. nUuim, ianager
rijhth and Vine St.,
ing bill, and said that after having
gone over the bill and : considering"
the amount of outage during the
month, he considered the bill - just
about right, and recommended the
payment of it, which, with, the dis
counts, amounted to $206. Q9, stating
that in the recent trouble which
caused the burning out of the lamps
there had been a direct cost of over
a hundred dollars to the company in
order to replace the lamps. The bill
Jess Warga, express
John Haynie, work
I. N. CumminKs. burying dog...
C. Boctel, burying dog.........
Alvin Jones, salary
Wm. Barclay, salary
John Iverson. work .
HL Lutz, salary
Kvergreen Nursery Co
l'aul Sitzman, team-work.....
O. K. I'armele, team work
John Jessup, team work
James AVynn, team work
clans Boetel. election booth...
J. Warga, express
C. CI. Fricke
J. Warga . . . .
If. M. Soennichsen, Denson s-poxv
11. M. Soennichsen. Hanson Do.
Lincoln Tel. and Teleg. Co
M. Archer, salary ............. ;
treight & Streight, matress...
Mrs. O. P. Monroe, springs, cot.
Journal, printing .
Albert Murray '
John Zitka. cleaning streets....
Water Co., hydrants 9
First ward .
Third ward .
Fifth ward .
Polling Places, Rent
German home, 2nd ward .,
A. . L V., 3rd ward ....
I. O. C). F.. 4th ward
Bach store, 5th ward
Some Resolutions Passed
A resolution was offered for the
changing of the payment of interest
of warrants for paving in the city,
for sewerage and other like propo
sition, which had been heretofore-allowed
to follow the payment of the
warrant, hut was made payable an
nually in the resolution which was
Then followed a resolution vacat
ing George street in the south por
tion of the city together with all the
alleys crossing and adjoining upon
this street, wheresame touches the
land of M. Schwab, this being in
recompensation for a strip of land
given for the broadening of Gold
street which is parallel to George
street and near it. To this Johnson
objected, but when the resolution
was voted upon and adopted he also
voted for it.
Will Purchase Tax Title.
Buttery said that Harry M. Wil
cox, who owns a piece of property
which extends on both side cf.
Washington avenue, asked that he
might -place his fence on the park
ing which was refused as the Mayor
said that such permission could not
be granted, but that Wilcox could
put his fence out beyond the lot line
and take the risk of having it torn
down. Vorndron called attention to
a lack of sewerage connection on
Eighth street on Chicago avenue, and
thought it should be made before
the paving is completed. He also
called attention to the fact that in
the deeding of the two lots to the
city by Mrs. White it was found
they were lots 4 and G, while lot 5
was between them and. that the tax
upon said lot 5 was unpaid and de
linquent. He suggested that the city
buy the tax certificates thereon and
thus acquire this said lot 5, offering
a little later a motion to this effect,
Collect the Cement Blocks
A lengthy discussion regarding
the collection of the cement blocks
which have been taken from cross
ings and are scattered over the city
was had, and was solved by Weber,
who offered a motion that they be
used for the making of a crossing
on Vine street for the children who
pass to school that way.
Canvass of the Vote
At this juncture Mayor Saitler
appointed Luchinsky, Beeson and
Vorndron to canvass the vote, while
the council took a recess and the
members discussed the war, finance,
religion and trade. It took the can
vissing board three quarters of an
hour to complete its work, the re
port of this board showing the fol
lowing Results of Election
For Mayor, 11. A. Schneider, 386;
F. M. Bestor, 226. II. A. Schneider
For Treasurer: II. M. Soennichseu,
37C; W. J. Streight,;233. II. M. Soea
nichsen's majority, 143.
For Clerk: G. It. Sayles, 340;
Jesse P. Perry, 270. Gv It. Sayle's
City Engineer: Fred Patterson,
444. -No opposition.
Members of Board of Education:
Frank E. Schlater, 377; C. A. Mar
shall, 364. Both elected.
First Ward: - It. P. Patterson, 54;
J. V. -.IIoJm.es, 47. It.. F. Patterson's
majority, 7. '.' -
Second Ward: Frank P. Buttery,
114;'' Swoboda, 78. Frank F. . But
tery's majority. 36.
Third Ward: L. G. Larson, 82; C.
E. 'Vhitaker,'s77. L. G. Larson's ma
jority, 5. ? - "
Fourth Ward: C. A. Johnson, .43;
C. Petersen, 34.' C." A. Johnson's
simajority, 9. N
Fifth Ward: Robert W. Harris, 48;
Frank Sabatka, 35. R. W. Harris'
majority, 13. - '
, .Will itfake Book of Taxes Levied
' "It mrhtirtri woe r t rl r r o H tlmt thp
city attorney and the chairman of
the Finance committee be instruct
ed to make a book showing the
amount of the taxes charged against
the different property owners for
such improvements as sewers, pav
ing,- curbing, guttering and sido
walk, that there might be no mis
take in the certifying of taxes to
the county treasurer for collection.
This carried a provision that the
city attorney should be paid for the
time he put in on the book.
A New Ordinance Passed
An ordinance was offered by the
mayor requiring that a shut off be
placed at the curbline of all gas
pipes entering private property and
that the fire department be supplied
with wrenches for the turning off
of the gas in case of fire in the
premises. A penalty was attached
amounting ,to the sum of $50 for
all cases where the Lighting com
pany failed to install such applian
ces within six months. The ordi
nance was read the first time and
on motion of Bestor was read by
title on the second and third read
ings and passed forthwith.
Elect Carl Kunsman Councilman
Mayor Sattler said that as a va
cancy existed in the place of M.
Mauzy, resigned, he would appoint
Carl Kunsman to the position, sub
ject to the ratification of the coun
cil in a vote to be taken. The f jU
lowing was the result: Aye Patter
son. Bestor, Vtjrndron, Luschinsky,
Johnson and Beeson; Nay Buttery
and Harris; Not Voting Weber ;
Absent Mauzy. Ayes, 6; Nays, 2.
Kunsman was declared elected.
Luschinsky suggested the getting
of a tractor as horses were scarce,
and having the tractor run over the
streets to level them up. He offered
a motion that the Streets committee
be instructed to look r.fter the mat
ter, which motion was seconded by
JohnsOn, and all voted in favor cf
Buttery called attention to some
lov' wires in the First ward on
Timber street, and x suggested that
the light company be notified lo
look after the matter as they were
dangerous. Hester added that there
were other places in similar condi
tion and they were all included in
the, order for notification. Harris
called attention to the matter of
wall maps. :i:id a bock of gratis,
which had been ordered and for
which the council had paid ?27".00.
Bestor replied that he had t ho sa'iie
at his store.
This completed the work of (he
legislators for "Ihe evening.
HE WOULD CHOOSE HIS GROUND
We were called to view a picture
of a man appearing to be a cow boy
on a postal card, who said he would
fight for Uncle Sam if he had to.
This was printed on the card, and the
man who was carrying it arou id
exhibiting it to people, said, "lie
would fight for Uncle Sam if he had
to but he would choose the place
where he fought, signifying that he
would fight whom he chose, and not
whom he did not. This attitude did
not strike us as being just the
thing. If a man is not loyal to this
country, he had better be out of it.
It does not matter if he was born
here, this is no place for a disloyal
persqm, and no place for one who is
endeavoring to cast the government
into disrepute. If one likes the Kais
er better than Uncle Sam, get out
and go over there as soon as you
can. The American people have
been pretty .busy and still are but
one of these days they will wake up
to the matter that there is a job
cleaning house and the yellow cur,
who cannot be loyal to his country
will have to go or pay the penalty for
t z .: . - : i
Why Not Be Good to Yourself ?
If you awaken weary and unrc
freshed in the morning, or tiro early
in the day, are bilious and "blue,"
with coated tongue and bad breath
if you are suffering from indigestion
or constipation you will find Foley
Cathartic Tablets quick to relieve
and comfortable in action. They are
wholesome and health-giving. Sold
Laborers Wanted: .7c per hour
and up. Thotie engaged now and re
tained willl receive further advance
in May. Packing House work. No
labor troubles here. Morton-Greg-son
Company, Nebraska City, Nebr.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
S. C. Rhode Island Reds and S. C.
White Orphington eggs for hatching
at $1.25 per 15. $6.00 per 100. A. O.
Ramge, phone 3513.' tfw
Dennison! crepe paper at the
PLAYING A DANGER
OUS GAME WITH A
OAR NOT HSS OWN
S. GREEN, FOR SOME TIME A
MAKES GET AWAY.
Embarks for Parts Unknown in the
Car He Had but Recently
Sold to R. Poisal.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Some time tsgo, one W. S. Green,
accompanied by a partner came to
this city," and .driving their car into
the yard at a place in the south por
tion of the city, Green engaged to
work for the Burlington and has
since that time been employed in
the local shops as a hostler in the
roundhouse, his wrork being in the
line of swipuig engines.
Through this avocation he evi
dently learned to "swipe" -other
things, as attested by his1 disappear
ance with a ear he had butrecently
sold to Robert Poisal for $50. Mr.
Poisal was learning to drive the car,
(a Saxon roadster) last Sunday and
while running it about the city he
punctured a tire. Green told Mr.
Poisa.ll thai, he had a couple, of in
ner tubes -"and would drive the car
to his home, place the new tubes
therein and bring it back to Mr.
Poisnll. On this representation, he
drove away in the car and later Sun
day night departed wlilt it for Om
aha, crossing Hie Platte river bridge
at a late hour in tiie evening.
The car was seen by W. E. Iloaen
crans sitting near the court house hi
Omaha yesterday. Tho sheriff i-J
after the man and it will be difficult
for him to make hi escape effec
tively. The practice of stealing cars a
serious oiTer.se as viewed in the cyon
of the law. and r.o distinction io
made between the cheaper or tho
higher priced cues in tki- rernoct.
DEAN BURTON RE
From Teesdu's ,1 ;i iiy.
Dean Burton, who will be mucin
bered ar, a Phatt-iuouMi boy, bavin;
bcn born and roared hero, is mi i
U. S. Signal Service at Ft. Ocaha,
and hr.s jut beon udvanccd to the
position of Are;..:jaut ical . Mechanical
Engineer. Dean is the son cf Mr.
and Mrs. G. F. S. Burto"., and receiv
ed his education in tlio Plattsmnuth
school, but after his graduation
from the Hjkii School, took cmrst-s
in technical schools with the result
that he is making advances as the
years roll by. Tlis many friends
here will be pleased to know o? his
promotions, and hope, that they may
CASS COUNTY -FARK NOTES
From Tuesday's Daily.
Have several circulars on common
hog diseases. Free as long as they
Now is the time to treat seed po
tatoes for Fcab. One pint of .formalin
to "0 or 40 gallons of water. Dip po
tatoes and leave for one hour. They
are then ready to plant.
We want the co-operation of every
farmer to launch a campaign against
the gopher, following up the work
throughout the growing season". Our
method is simple: Mix 1-S oz. Strych
nine (powdered form) with !-10 oz.
of Saccarin. Place tlii? preparation
into small potatoes, prunes or rais
ins. Just a small amount on. the
point of a pen knife will be sufficient.
This noisoiied nroduct should be
placed in runways of the gopher, two
applications for ten mounds being
sufficient. Runways can easily be
located by the .use of wagon rod or
planter stake forced "down into the
soil about one foct from center of
mound. -Level off mound after ap
plying poison". Thousands of dol
lars worth of alfalfa and other grains
ar dosfroved annually by this
pest. Then why not exterminate
Any one wishing seed potatoes
write or phone the .farm bureau
office. Any. boy or girl wishing to
do their bit for Uncle Sam should
get in touch with the Co. Agent and
enroll in one or more, of the follow
ing projects: War garden, Corn
Tgrowing, Chicken raising, and Pig
raising. Any boy or girl between
the ages of ten and fifteen is elig
ible. Single men wautiug work on farm
communicate -with" County Agent.
Boys wanting to enroll in U. S. Boy's
Working Reserve, get in touch with
Any one interested in planting'
fruit trees write or phone the office.
, Now is the time to prepare for
spraying that orchard. It may seem
a minor matter, but if every small
farm orchard were taken tare of this
season what a great increase in our
jfood supply ;would result, and 'the
expense, is jalmost negligible. A
common barrel pump, which can be
purchased for, from $10.00 to $25.00
equipped- with a hose, bamboo pole,
and one mist ncssle makes an excel
lent equipment for the small orchard.
Trees should be sprayed with ac6m
bination of lime sulphur and arse
nate of lead. The combination should
consist of one gallon lime sulphur
and 2Vs to 3 lbs. of arsenate of lead
paste or 1 U to 12 lbs. of arsenate
of lead powder to 50 gallons of
total solution. Cherry, trees may be
treated with above solution with
good results. L. R. SNIPES.
County Agricultural Agent.
Weeping Water, Nebr.
MRS. HETTIE COVERT
GOES TO HOSPITAL
From Tuesday's Daily.
Yesterday LeUoy Covert came
down frcm Ralston, where he is now
living and took his mother Mrs. Hct
tio Covert to Omaha, where she will
receive treatment at the -Immanu'el
Hospital for an infection which was"
the oitgrowth of a vaccination. The
condition cf Mrs. Covert is said to be
serious and therefore she has been
taken to the hospital for treatment.
Her son LeRoy coming down with
an automobile and taking his moth
er with hiln to the hospital that he
might have the best of cire.
HE STILL KNOWS HOW TO FARK.
From Tuesday's! Daily.
Martin L. Frcidrich departed this
morning with his automobile for the
farm uear Cedar Creek, whe-c he
went to assist his son in the getting
some of the new machinery started
to work. They are ju&t now- getting
in their oats, and the drill needs
breaking in a little, to get Iho stil'i
iu'S3 of the now- away. While Martin,
has bpni a dwel'.cr in the city for
i.oii:o tinio i, t ill ho l.nivs -about . the
farm just the same.
A BRILLIANT AFFAIR.
From Tuesday's Daily.
One of ths meet pleasant events of
the s-?a-i!:i occurred at the lov.dy
home of Mrs. Surah Snyder in Cedar
Creek Thursday. April 4th when
relatives and friendy fanned and
carried out a surprise on her, the oc
casion being her 63rd birthday.
Mrs. Sny'der hud gone to the lied
Cross in the afternoon and alter tho
ir.ooling che wiis invited to go for a
cir rido. Meanwhile the guests as
rembled at the home. , Suddenly the
sound of a car. "was. heard,-.?, bush fell
over Ck crowd and Mrt;. Snyder was
among them great was her surprise
at finding 4S guests present upon her
arrival. Many words of welcome
were greeted by all. Mrs. S:jyvdor be
ing presented with many beautiful
gifts as tokens of love and esteem in
which this good womin is h"id by
her many friends.
The table was beautifully decor
ated in red, white and blue paper,
while cut flowers were also utilized.
A large pink Mrthday cake set with
candles adorned the center of the
At td: o'clock a bountiful dinner
was served which was greatly en
joyed by all. After the sumptuous
repast the evening was spent at
bridge, and it was at a late hour
when the merry crowd departed for
their home wishing the hostess many
more such happy occasions.
DEPARTED LAST EVENING.
From Tuesday's IciiTy.
Yesterday mention was made of
the biting of one of tho children of
Will S. Wotencamp and wife, by a
puppy which later developed Dumb
Rabies. Tho parents hastened o
Omaha with the litle oni, and when
they had consulted the specialists of
that city were advised to takt the
child to Chicago, where it could be
treated. A little son Will, a few
year:', older than little Franco-:, lad
been playing with the puppy and the
father telephoned to Mr. A. A.
Wetcncamp to bring the boy to Pa
cific junction, where they would
take him also to Chicago for treat
ment, whd had been playing with
the puppy as it was considered the
safer plan. It is hoped that they
may bo able to avert any trouble
from the bites which have been in
Best For Children.
Experience proves that Foley's
Honey and Tar is the best family
medicine for children for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough.
Mrs. M. E. Schlarb, 55 6 Oakland
Ave., Ashland, Pa., writes: "When
my little girl gets a cold I give her
a dose of it and it always relieves her,
I cannot praiso it too highly." Sold
every wh ere.
W. A. ROBERTSON.
East of Eiley Hot!.
BUYS A NEW SAXON SEX.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Some time since G. L. Melslnger,
near Cedar Creek sold his Ford and
in its place purchased a larger car
as the 'space-in the Ford was hard
ly sufficient for the size of his fam
ily. He made the choice of the num
erous variety of cars ort salein the
selection of a Saxon Six, and rr--' : :t
the purchase through the uiw.: y
near Louisville of L. Krecklow. He
has surely made a good choice in
the selecting of the Saxon Six. and
he has purchased a car which stands
high in the record of minimum
charges of repairs.
To feel strong, have good, appetite
and digestion, sleep soundly and en
joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters,
the family system tonic. Trice $1.25.
oitUKit of dioahim;
nd Notice oir Petition for Settlement
In tlic County Court of Cass coun
Stute of Nebraska, Cass county, ss:
To all persons .interested in the es
tate of .1. Henry MetshiRer, Deceased:
On reading the petition of Adam
Mcisinprer, Executor, praying: a flnal
settlement and allowance of liis ac
count Qled in this Court on the 1st
day of April, HilN, and for a decree
assigning the residue of said estate:
It is - hereby ordered that you and
all rersons interested in said matter
may, and do. appear at th; Oounty
Court to be held in and for said coun
ty on the ltd!) day of April. A. I .
1H1S. at two o'clock p. n.. lo show
fa use, if any there be, why the prayer
of the petitioner should not ! ni-anf-ed.
and that notice of the pendency of
said petition and tlic hearinjr thereof
be jien to all persons interested in
snid matter !v pu hi ishi up: a coiv of
this order in the 1 "la t! smou t h .Ion run I,
a semi-weekly newspaper nrintcd in
said county for one week prior to .said
J;iv of hoaripfr.
In witness whereof. h:iv- ''"itii n : o
-- IV. V hf!ld
this 1st day
nd tiv 5v-nl of s;. id Court
of AprH. A. I).
Ai.LKN .1. I5F.DSON.
i Tin: coi vrv coi'irr
of Cuss county. Nebraska.
State of Nebraska, County of Cass,
To al' er.'-ot;s interested in the es
tate of AVilliatn l!i".lb.r. deceased:
Cm ivadin;: the petition of .loliiimiii
Piidig. praying that the Instrument
filed in this court on tlic 22nd day of,
Marc!!, litis, and ru'TOfting o be the
ktst ; anl testament of the said de
cease!.' may be proved and. allowed,
and recorded as tho last will end tes
tament .f William Ui'dig. deceased;
ti'.'i' said i-is-.truraeiit be admittfd to
probate, and the. administration of
said estate be granted to Johanna
lhidig. as e::eutiiv. it is hereby or
dered that you. and all persons in
terested i:j said mutter, may, and do
appear at the County Court to be held
i:i i.p'i for said euuntv on the 2pn
('.av of April, A. D. D1S, at 10 o'clock
a. m., to show cause, if any there be,
why the prayer of the petitioner should
;;i bo granted, and Coat notice of tho
fu-ndency of siiid petition, and that
the i.ea ri n '," t I-i-rof be given to all
persons interested in said matter, by
publishing "a copy of this order1 in
the J'lattsmouth Journal, a semi-weekly
newspaper printed in said county
ior three successive Weeks prior to
oaid day of hearing.
Witness r.iy hand," ; nl seal of -said
court, this iCtb day of March, A. D.,
1 0 1 8
ALI.HN J. KKHSOX,
(SeaiJ-al-Hw Co it My J udge.
(i;irii ti- licwifNN
and Notico on i'etition for Settlement
In the Couiity Court of Cass coun
St;ite of Nebraska. Cass county, ss:
To nil persons interested in the es
tate of Margaret .1. IjUihIv, formerly
Margaret J. Johnson, I'eceused:
0;i reading the petition of Subvila
May Lnndy, praying a final settle
ment . and allowance of her account
tile! in this court On the -Ith day of
April. l!)1.x, and for final settlement
and distribution of the residue in the
hands of the administratrix.
It is hereby orden! that you and
all persons interested in said matter
may. sind do, appear at the County
Court to be held in and for'aid coun
ty on the liith day of April. A. I .
191S, at 10:00 o'clock's, m., to show
ci-us'"-. if any there bo, why the prayer
of the petitioner should not be grant
ed, and that notice of the pendency of
said petition pnd the hearing thereof
be given to all persons interested in
said matter by publishing h copy of
this order in the; . I'lattsmouth, Journal,
a semi-weekly newspaper printed in
said county for one week prior lo said
day of hearing.
in witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and the Seal of said Court
this -1th day of April. A. I. 1!MS.
ALLKN J. HKilSoN.
Iiy FLORKNCi; WHITli
I Seal) . Clerk.
oi;rfi;it op MKViuNt;
on I'etition for Appointment of Ad
ministrator or Administratrix.
The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
Jn the County Court. -
Jn tho matter ot tiie Kstate of Km-
ily A. I.atta, Deceased.
on i-oauinK anu nunc: the pel on of
Niiniici t. l.atta. pravins that admin
istration of said Kstatf may bie grant-
d to 1'etiooner, as Administrator;
equipped with the Patented "Curved Disc" Bowl, will
soon pay for itself with thV butter fat 'which it saves
and which would 'be lost ' in the use. of the ordinary
straight disc Separator: The Curved Disc Bow of the
"IOWA" gets all the butter fat, whether the milk k
hot chilled or cold. Cj Butter fat selling at 50 cents a
pound $1,000 per tori- is the most valuable product
on the farm. You cannot afford to lose one single drop
of butter fat. Cjf Increase your cream check every week
by using the "IOWA' equipped with the Curved Disc'
Bowl the only Cream Separator-that gets the last par
ticles" of butter fat.
W&m Y. RICH A-RDSOK,
1 (hall not soon forget tho benefit I derived
from the uso of Foley Kidney Pills." Al. A.
Godfrey, Forest Grove, Oregon.
-Too' much work and too little work
Beem to have about the same eff4
on persons past middle a?rc. Proper
action of the kidneys is necessary in
good health. They act as a fdter
and remove from tho blood poisonous
-rttde matter which if permitted to
;niain in the system lead3 to many
Many nervous, tired, run-down men"
and women suffer from pmIus in tho
back -and sides. Uiz;'.y spedis. bladder
weakness, sore muscles and stiff
joints and fail to realize that, rheuma
tism, diabetes or even Bright's Uia
! may result.
If you have cause to believe that
your kidneys are weak, disordered or
inactive you should act immediately.
Foley Kidney Tills have been used
by young, middle ased and old with
complete satisfaction. They act quick
ly and eurely and have clvni relief,
ill cases of ten years' ttanriing'.
Ordered. That April 1 A. D.. l'JIS.
at ten o'clock a. m.. is assigned for
hearing: said petition, when all per
sons interested in said matter may
appear at a County Court to bo held
in and for said County, apd show
t-Buse why the prayer of petitioner
should not be granted; and 1 1 1 f ; t no
tice of the pendency of said petition
and the hearing thereof be Kiven to
all persons interested in said mutter
by publishing a copy of this order in
the riattsmoulh JourrTal, a semi-weekly
newspaper printed in said county,
for three successive weeks -firior to
said day of hearing.
DaU-d March 1. 101S.
ALLKN J. Hr.K.SO.V.
(Peal) m2r-3w County Judge.
I. TIIK Iil'i:!( T 1'Ol'ltT
of iV:-s county, Nebraska.
In t lie matter of tho Apl-Iicaliou
John 1'. Sattler, Adininist iv.tor of tho
Kslate of iOvit K. I 'ret tig. iJcceased,
for license lo sell real estate.
T'pou reading and tiline: the duly ver
ified application of John V. Sattler.
Adinhiiitii-to.- of tho Kstate of Kva
K l'rettig. Deceased, praying for a
license to seli the following describ-
half of Lots No. live
." t and s : x
Via t ts:noi:th,
(i of ! '.loi'U oic-si?:ty-e!ght
plat of the City of
in Cass county, Ne
for the purpt se of paying the dt-bis,
fi'i!r.il omss and n.isls of admin
istering the et;:lo 'f s;thl deceased,
and it appearing that i-aid deceased
had not su;1 h-h-nt personal property
to pay all of the debts of said de
ceased with the costs of administer
ing her estate:
It is therefore Ordered, That all
persons interested in the estate of
Kva K. l'rettig. deceased, appear be
fore me in chambers, in the court
house at Plattsr.iouth. in Cass coun
tv, Nebraska, on the l'.tli day of May
A." I)., at 10 o'ctock a. m. to
show cause, if apy there be. why li
cense should pot be granted to the
said John 1. Sattler, Administrator, to
said above described real estate.
is further ordered that a copy of
order be published four sueoes
weeks in the l'lattsmouth Jour-
a semi-weekly newspaper of gen
circulation in said county.
this o0th day of Man Ji, A.
JAMKS T. liKcU.KV.
Judge of Di.-t. Court.
a 1 - I w.
i . .-'-i-;-,'-..-T.-i.-- v
s. 4' J
Registered French Draft
Weight 1,800 pounds. Will
make the season of 1918 at
my home one mile south of
Cullom every day of week.
TERMS: $12'.50 to insure colt to
stand and suck, at which time ser
vice fee is due and payable imme
diately. When mares are disposed
of or removed from the community,
service. fee becomes due and payable
at once. All care will be taken to
prevent accidents, but owner will
not be held responsible should any
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