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THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 19 IS-
PLATTSMOUTfl S EM I-WETLK LT JOURNAL.
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Famous For Its Marvelous Motor
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i arc iti;.'hi:i a fim- siio'.vini; n all
I i:i .-aii.its v!:vrt' I hey arn calh u up
li t il lu- v as pur (juiti? '2'-
, ! ami rdi,'a- Walters i-nlistLvl at
" 1Ai. FIRdT SOLD-j f1(, sar!., time coiiii; awav to.ctlu-p.
FIT F?0;i 7 LAX T5M0UTH I :. ... .. ' L,.1...,
? L'JSZ HIS LIFZ.
.: to Church. Then Af-
T!:ry Give Ilor.ors
. '.he Cemetery.
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v. l;cro ii is uprkin;; tin flying iua-
ARE GOING TO LIVE IN SOUTH.
!.!.( s laily.
T. McliDWtll, wUv ami daughter
;-.:--i-d tl-.rru.ua t!iis city tliis
, i ' T!i' "i "a ih"ir way t'roiii Dallas.
S :';i !i"k. v in ri' tkv Jiavt.' Ix.-rii
li;;:: ; r a miniJ''r ( y. ars u;t!iu;
) .'!. ul 'r fury will mako
t!-.; ir tn'Mi" ir. ti! fuinrr. Tltv are
r;i ', !!!; via a 1'rrd car and say
tlii'v arc 'ji'ttiMu :!!:; :r !!ice!v t r
r."'.'.a ! !! arri i
... v;--r- lu i'1' Tl-.ry cr.ip!a:n .f the excej-
. r'!:iv rt- I '''''.'' w:i:i'r. in i he nor'li and
. ;.i-; to !l- lV.lV.Rr--' - ,,kin- a ?,,n,,l-,r
v. - .-r.- r. -.' uj'i li-rn j
: !:;..;, h.-..;-,t a CARD OF TIIAKXS.
.,r.i- urann ut at at-
iiM! -r;l 1 1 - iliene
:.! Tri. !! . v, i ; h :i .t h-
V wi.h t; dummI our liartiVIt
t'i."'!.F ;r cm" !ifi-hl.( r.-v and friend-.
::..' rv. til- l.'nc'is l.di . i;ra.- 1'onndrv
I "ri.il villi n-iii- j i'!id M. V. i'-.'-h'-: v::i ny for
I'll- H";n' j t'.: ir neauiiu-.l floral nlf'Tintis and
ii nkiri v v.. II in tli--' -;vially do w v.i-h to thank t'ne
- ;,: ni:riii iu. :ir.l also Iliue Cuards f-.r tht- Loiior shown
' ' ';,,;,r t'i' h.) ,rs at the mir sen und hrcthir.
" f ! i. r ii:- 2;r-.-rii!i of the MICS DOHA 1IKSSK.
' ''iiari-e in their drill- AND FAMILY.
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DID YOU EARN THAT MONEY? WELL YOU WORrED FOR
IT. DIDN'T YOU? WHY CAN'T YOU PUT SOME LITTLE PIECE
OF IT IH THE BANK EACH PAY DAT, SO THAT SOME DAY IT
CAN WORK FOR YOU?
YOU WON'T ALWAYS DE ADLE TO WORK; EVEN IF YOU
ARF WELL. THEN IT WILL BE A FINE FEELING TO HAVE THE
MONEY YOU BANKED, WHILE YOU COULD WORK, WHICH IS
NOW. BANK IT.
WE ADD 31-2 PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS AC
COUNTS AND 4 PER CENT ON TIME CERTIFICATES.
COME TO OUR BANK.
A WELL TRAINED AND PATRIOT
IC MILITARY COMPANY ARE
THE NEW BANK.
CPF.N SATURDAY NIGHTS FROM 7:0 TO 0:00
Finm Mi't!ilas l'aily.
Y'sterday was a demonstration, at
the funeral aud t he -t-peakinp: at the
opera house, which tells of the tfood
discipline, and the training of the
Home Cnards. their reality to their
captuin, and to the cause of the
country which they are representa
tives, in the fact that they notwith
standing the excessive warm weatk
er. that turned out enmasse,. with
the exception of two. one heini; out
rf the citv while the other had a
job of work on hands which con'.'
not e nut otl. in trie 'ieai me
hoys marched and with that preci
sion of step and certainty of action
which denotes the well trained sold
ier. The Home (luard of the city of
Plattsinouth is a Home C'.uard. be
cause he has a patriotic sentiment
domination his make up. and because
he is putting Americanism ahad of
other things. Many have said I
would like to be a member of th.
Home Guards, but I do not hav
time to do the drilling, but the or.e
who has gone to the service did not
have tune either, he had to "ako a
living for himself aud family, but
b-. was' taken just the aim The
Home Ouards here have other thin::-:
to do. they work all da. and then
drill in the evening when they would
much pr tVr to r-st after their hard
days work, hut they have so berP'-d
private affairs for the services of the
country. We wi.h to congrat ula'e
tins citv ia that it has ti:j tine com
pany of Home Guards which it
possesses, and also the Home Guards
in the fact of the clever ami efiicieiit
olhcers which thev have.
EDDIE RIPPLE WRITES INTER
ESTINGLY TO HIS PARENTS
FROM THE BATTLE FRONT.
The State of Xebra-kn. Cass Coun
ty, .ss. In the County Court. In the
Matter of the Kstate of Gus Split t
Sr.. Deceased. To the Creditors of
You are hereby mditied. That I
will sit at the County Court Koor.i
in riattsiiiouth in sai;l County. n
August 12th, IjIS, and November
14th. 1 1 S. at 0 o'clock a. m. each
day to receive ami examine all chums
against said Kstate. with a view to
their adjustment and allowance. The
time limited for the presentation of
claims against said Kstate is three
months from the 12th day of Aug
ust A. D. 10 IS. and the time limited
for payment of debts is one year from
aid 12th day of August, 1!)1S.
WITXKSS my hand and the seal of
said County Court, thus 12k day cf
July. If IS.
I Seal) AI.I.KX J. DKKSOX.
l."i-4wks County Judge.
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I'. I'-.-i -k !i.i ! i-: i,i'titiii in l!.;-
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eT eo'uoy. ilii-.l i 1. 1 -1 .1 1 . in
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' 'f 1 i loll-iu iiiu: !eseri n-al .--1.1
l.f .-lev. ii iii in t.i..ik t!o-e.- :: 1 in
!ie villau. !" M;miIv. In C;iss -iiii)tv.
Vel.i a U., ami l.-avinu; as l.ir an-l
itu'.y heirs at law, the following naniol
!e sons, low it :
Willi. 011 !:. K.i,u. i,i'sl.aii.I. Minn;.
'.. i'imhi. a iaiig!iti-r. Il.l.-u ,. Ciinti. a
m:; imIi'i.i arh I .-i . Mai.lf Ckhii, a uraiel-
la nj-!i l-r anl ilalj'li '.n. a uraiel
soti. tvlio ail- i!it-reste tn siii1 H.;.-
tly ; , .-.l ; n u ) tie il .( .l.-nl laws i
!' si.ile if Nel.ras'ia. and iiaviii4 l"o
a letcirninatiori of tl,. time of tl.e
' f Matil.la Cssii k. .Icfciis.-.!.
I... naioi s of In r heirs at law an-l the
il.-i-. t ..f kin!ii. I li.r.ol . aiel the
'i-'hl f iloo'iit of n:il iiiHiicriv
leloa-iiiir to -ai-1 il.'ivilmt in tin- ta(e
f N"l ii'skii. ami for a i oiiler l-arri n 'X
'iao.ss :ojaiie.l sai.l estate, ami for
sin li ntlo-r Hiol f i v 1 1 1- Di iU'i s as may
iie.e.-sa rv Itir a cmicit il isoos i t ion
of xaii matter.
.aiit matt'T ha.-i l.en s-t f.o- ;i ..'ar-
oir sit tin- 1 my 1. ..hi room in I'latls-
a.outli. yail lountv on tin- N 1 1 1l.1v
nsiift. tills, at the ,mir if nine
a. 111.. at v!;ii-h time all t"'r-!(.-.
I may anneal ami eon-
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f. Ha- '..iirl..
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Iv L'Tth. 1!IS.
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Attorney for I V: t i t ion or.
Tiic following letter was received
this morning from Kddie Hippie
who is in France with the Ilainbow
division which has just now been
having very severe fight iig, but
was written near six weeks ago:
Somewhere in France. June 2."th.
Dear Mother and Father:
It has been ;uite a time .-inie 1
wrote you. because I have not had
a chance, as we were in the trenches,
and one thing and another, so I could
not write for a while. It has been
most a month since I received any
mail, of any kind, but I guess 1 will
get bits of mail of all kinds in a day
or two, and then I will answer your
letter right away.
Well mother, I am feeling iine
and Karl is also. (Karl Murray). We
had quite a time and lots of fun uj.'
in the trenches this tune, dodging
the big shells ami the bullets. It is
lots of fun to watch Mme of the
boys duck from the shell and in
another way it i- not so funny eith
er to think of the dunger one is in.
but a Yellow can't help but laugh
Muni' l lines. Well we ale liaviHi;
tine weather, but gets a little cold at
ninhi some times but we can't kick
at that. I suppo e I'lnt Ismotit h i
building no latelv. I gti"ss the sold
iers :: th. Ki!i. Kanco think it is
fu:i what thev are doin::. but v.h"ii
lh"y get into a real battle it won't
be so tin. ay for them. Give my best
rcgaru-; to all and .'end me a paper
once in a while. I will close and
will write in a day or so.
1 am your loving svon. Edward, lots
of kisses and hugs.
I'VT. KD. Ull'I'LK,
Co. I. Ins Inf. A. K. F.
AT ZACH0RY TAYLOR. KY.
I'roia Mom'ay's Piily.
are ni reeeipt oi a coium u n ie i -lion
from Lctt r I.. Yronian, who is
now :fatiop d ;it X'.in'.;) 'achory Tay
lor. Ky.. in whie'u he states that be
is feeling line. That he is in hopes
of getting to France. That if he is
still stationed in the V. S.. will come
to Piatt. '-mouth for a short visit with
friends and will then go to Dener
v. lure he v. ill vi it frie'ids a.nd then
relurn to the Camp. lie stales that
his address is Pvt. I.e-ter K. Yronian.
l-de. Co. It P.P.. A . Ii. I ).. Camp
Xa.hory Talor, Ky., and would be
pleased to hear from friends.
Minn: r 1:1:01 roitv.
'liv I i.llllO, nx.
IJst il - of r.allant
'Hif;' of etriikn
It: t I M.i t I ! i I 1 i
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I i '! i i i . -rs ".f sai.l i'.. tat-:
V.ni : ' ' . i .1.-. rr.t ii,. .1 I l.a t I will
; at ;,.- (.only 'out 10.011 in l'latts
vii. air. i:i ai.' -or., on Ihe "'.Uh ilay
iO Ange-t. af'l "j:1! !i i!av of Xmrlilln'l'.
V. I .. Il'lv al ii iii.- n'c l"i k a. td., nl
. to li--.e an. I examine all
:.i-n:. a:.aiu-t ;-:'i. ..stale. Willi a viW
i.i II if a ! i ii.- 1 1 m t ami a 1 1 i a 'i
i'i-o trim- li.-i.itil ;".. tin- pies en 1 a I ion
.it I'aims :'L-.iint .-.ii'l I'slair is three
iinriti..-. linn ti,. .'Iii it.iy of August,
. I. t:ls. ;ii,, (: tin.- lirmteil for
-.iv m. -ill if oe',t-. one ar f I oi'.
-.' el -y.: ' .lav l" A uunsl. 1 ! t
'i;i:..-s i. i.v i:an.l ami tin- s;il of
-. i l I'onniv '..i il. tiii ".".Hi ihiv of
I -:!.. !:!.
ai.i.i:x .1. i:i:i:s( N".
i. ni irr
'llo- Si.-tte of N'.-hrnsl. a , I'ji.j,! foiintv,
. In th 'iiiiity I'oinl. In I lie mai-t-r
or thi ej-tai,. ,, Nannie CHison. ie-
On rewili,, .irl iiun tli- petiiiori f.f
. .1. SlreiKiit i.rayln that AUminis
tra'ion of ail iCsU.te mav 1m; yranti-il
to lion as Aiiminisli alor
Ordt-r-d. That Aunust Ulli A. I .
IfllS. at i.'eloi k A. M.. is assiKrie.l for
hearmu xjii.l petition .when all t.er.son-,
fnterentei In kuM itiHtler mav appear
at a t:otjfity t.'ourt to, l. ),mI in ami
for fcael County, anil show ratise whv
ttie jrayer of petitioner slmtilil not lie
rantel; ami that tioti c or the ix ncl
rncy of mid petition ml the Imarinu
thereof be Riven to all penon.s Inter
ested In said matter liy pn hi isl, i rig a
ropy of this onler In tlif Ma t tmiion t h
Journal. a Semi-weekly newsi.ai.er
printetl In k:i I'onntv. rnr ii,r.w,
eessive weeks, prior "to sai.l lav of
Dute.l July 17lh 1 H S.
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J2.'-3kf. ' eiiiini-''riiiJ.i.
Wall Pp, Vinw, Glasi, Pictnr
-rne Prank Gbltaan.
To I'aiiline l )!.!l;ani. as A.lm in ist ra -
lli of t!.e . -'.-it.- i. ;.-oi:re J. nlillialii,
I ' e.-.i.M il : lie i.ar.l Conway Olilham:
Cuz;l .1. p.aki r: b.ieiitia Conn. illy:
Pauline ii.il:am: l-'jic (H.lhain: John
''ham: Jessie Ii Snvil.-r: Cllismi 4
Ol.lham: James U". nhlliiiiii: Vi-ra Ii.
L"'-am: I'ollv tn.lliam: .Marv I.. Craiir.
ni all pels, .us i 1, t .-1 i s 1 1 it til the estalt-
"f Jaekson I. Mliam. I i.-o nsnl. in-
holiiix rnililors ami elnlmanls.
Von are In n.-liv notiliei! that on the
Mb .lav of May'l:is. plaititill" tiled a
t" tit ion in the I'islriil I'otut of Cass
ounty, Ni'I'i a ska. luavinir amoiiir olh-
r things for an oiil.-r to he entered
hy the eoiirt il i reel i n r tlie mlm i n ra
ti l of th,. estate of lii-nrp. J. nlillialii,
I'e.-easeil. to i-oi:(.v to plaintiff till
Northwest loiart.r of the Northwest
u.iiter of Section IhMl.v-oii.' C.'.
Township eleven (ll f;air-;o lourti-en
(III i '.os Count v, Nebraska, upon the
Jiavnii'iit of the balance of the por
ch. o- price iii ace orila ncc with the
con t r;ut entcriil into between the
plaintilf ami I he sahl 'leorue J. ("hl
' r.u, liiuiior his lifetime, on the 1.1th
nv of .1 ii ua rv, IH!1-.. ami to have the
'It!.- to s.iiil I. in. I oiiieteil as against
the ilee;pta ii t All persons interesteil
In ti .state of Jackson C Ohlham,
leceris. .1, i ml ml i n creditors ami
la. ma n I
'i'oii aie furl!, it t.oti!hil there will
tie a lie(iiinr upon said petition at the
I'istrict Court lloom III the Court
House, at I'latt.si 1 1. 1 1 Cass County,
N'ebraska. on the :rii day if Sepleniler
MUX. at tie hour or ten o'clock A. M.
lo all of which, and tli" allegations of
the petition, v,m Mill take due notice.
C. A. KAWI.S. I'J.'A.NK J. 1,1 bid K.
S's "1 65
V fgk X$zr f 0, Wfj
New CKanciler DispatcK
T'lIOUSA.'DS of men and women thoughout America have declared
tlic Chandler Dispatch Car is the most beatiful new model that the
motor cur industry has produced this year. As many as could get their
orders filled have purchased the Chandler Dispatch.
You may see this car now from coast to coast. And you cannot mis
take it, for there is no other car of the new four-passener type vi(h
such graceful lines suggestive of speed and sen ice, no other with such
beauty of finish.
No illustration can do more than give a hint of the beauty of the
Chandler Dispatch. High hood and radiator, low body lines and a strik
ing finish in electric blue, 32-inch wheels and top of special design
combine to distinguish, in appearance, this car among all others.
And the famous Chandler motor, now in its sixth year of production
without radical changes but with constant refinement throughout that
period, distinguishes this and all other Chandler models in a vital
Come Choose Your Chandler Now
SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES
Scx cti- ."ti.ssi tigi r Inuring Car. $1 795 Four-Pcissvtifzcr Rnudster. 57V.
Four-Passenger Dispatch Car, S1S7S; Five White Wire Wheels. SI IO F-xtra
Convertible Sedan. $24J5 Convertible Cotipc. S2395 Limousine. S30V5
A II price j f v. b. Cleveland
JOHN F. CORDER
CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO JJ
I . ,1. . -cs-oi s in title have had ai'te.i!.
pell, exclusive ami adverse possess
i :i of said leal e-tate for iinoo than
c n -n rs last pa.t.
Vou are iciji'ii.'d to answer .iid pc
ition on or h fore the lt'.th iliiv of
M-plcin tier, 1!UV
I'aled this :;ist dav of Juiv. l: I V
n a i : i ; v c. tiii.
'.y 1 . O. lVVi:i:. His Attorney.
l.ct;i. mii h i:.
Notice to t.oi, Kcsi.lcul I 'efeu.la n t s,
their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
personal t epi fscn t a t i vev and all other
,n rsons interesteil in their estate.
To l.avid Stotler. if livlnvr, if deceas
ed, his unknown heirs, devisees,
''.alecs, personal rt present a t i es arid
all other person.--- interested in his cs-l.il.-:
C-eortri SinMcr. N.-ttie Stotler.
Waiter St.. tit r. Illld Wayaul, Clarence
Wavant. Mary 1'ope ami Joseiii Pope.
Veil ami each of on are hci-eliy noti
lied that (.'ari'v 1.. Stotler. as plain
tiff, on the PUh .lay of July tiled
his petition in the I istrtt t Court of
("as Countv, Nebraska, wherein vou
and earn of yon are defendants: t he
d'.iect ami prayer of which petition
is for the partition of
The Kast thirty-live f"r. acres of
the Northeast (Quarter of the South
east t.Miarter of Section nineteen ( P. )
Town-diip ten i 1 ii i Huns1' fourteen
i 111 Kast '.th P. M. Cass County, Ne
ami the ad.iustinvr of the claim of
plaintiff for improvements by him
placed upon said premise.
Yon and each of v ou are 1 m l her
not i lied tt'.i are reosiired to answer
aid petition on or bclore Monday the
iTtrd day of September. 1 I
CAKKY I. ST(iTl,i:i:.
C. A. CAWI.S. Plaint ill.
A 1 1 orney.
DIED IN CALIFORNIA.
KEEP OUT OF
From Monday s Pally.
Mr. T. Frank Johnson for many
years a resident of Piat tmouth.
Neb., parsed away suddenly at :i A.
M. Sunday. July 2Sth at his home
at 1,".25 7th St., Santa Monico, Calif.
Mr. Johnson retired as usual
about 10 o'clock Saturday night and
his wife calling to him at : A. M.
found he had passed away and ap
parently had been dead several
Mr. Johnson had been a resident
of Santa Monica, for eight years, was
a builder and known to a host of
friends as a good earnest, honest and
lovable gentleman. He was a native
of Ohio and has ono brother J. Fin
ley Johnson in !.os Angeles. Calif.,
and one sister, Mrs. Hattie Corhin
in Xelsonville, Ohio. He leaves a
faithful wife to mourn his sudden
The funeral was hclU at 2 1
Tuesday, July 30th.
M., to show cause, if any there be,
why the prayer of the petitioner
should not be granted, and that no
tice of the pendency of said 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 one week prior to said
day of hearing.
In Witness Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and the Seal of
said Court, this nth day of August
A. D. 191S. ALLEN J. BKKSOX,
(Seal) County Judge.
13y Florence White, Clerk.
EDD PARRI0TT IMPROVING.
.100:1 1 oini. 1 nil" I 0M11, r-usie uintrs-
'ev. .Ian -f. W. Kiiurslay, Catena O'lr-.'i-:cr,
Wn. A. Cnylizcr, Victor Thom
as, I'iaria Tho;aav, Xelhi Kast
mai, John K.tstman. Sylvia Hoofer,
ni! I.invii !,(" llocfer, defendants,
'ill take notice that on the :ilst
dav of July. IMlv, Harry :. Todd plain
tiff, herein, tiled his petition in the Jis
trict court of Cass county, Nebraska,
.nvnlnsf. said defendants nitd others,
the object ami pi aver oT which ttre to
oiil-t lie title in the plaintiff to the
smilhwi'st (.Hunter. S W 1-1) of the
Joiitlieasl (Quarter (S!0 l-t of See
loti Tiirtv run. Township Ten (P).
?ane- !'nirteen (III. ifi Cass Count v
'.!. aska. n thi- yrou nds that said
r.-ej of land was eri'on eous I v limit
'il from a deed thereon by Ievl
( ;. Tuiiil, sr., lo h.s wire. I rtia
Todd, of date of July .'tli, 1 90.. and
recorded in book 4.". nn ire 12. and al-
tiO for the reason that plaintiff and hts
Through the hot summer days it
is a great task to keep out of stom
ach troubles. Hut if you will keep
your bowels open and disinfected
by the help of Triner's American
Elixir of Hitter Wine, you will feel
comfortable and will not suffer harm
even in very hot weather. Triner's
American Elixir cleans the bowel.-
without griping and keeps them
clan, it is also very palatable and
does not hurt the most sensitive
stomach. Vou will not suffer from
constipation, indigestion, headaches.
nervousness, depression, etc. and
will enjoy the summer season in
comfort and gaiety. Trice $1.10." At
drug stores. Triner's Liniment is
very popular, because its action is
speedy and certain. It is the best
remedy for rheumatism, neuralgia,
lumbago, sprains, ' swellings, sore
muscles an dtlred feet. Price '.Tc
and G5c nt drug stores. Hy mall
45c and 73c. Joseph Triner Com
pany, 133-1334 S. Ashland Ave.,
N'ever can tell when you'll mash
a ringer or suffer a cut. bruise, burn
or scald. Ue prepared. Thousands
rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
Your druggist sells it. COc and
lu the County Court of Cass Coun
State of Nebraska, Cass County, ss.
To all persons interested in the
estate of Calvin II. Parmele, de
On Heading the Petition of Charles
C. Parmele, Samuel II. Atwood and
Thomas E. Parmele praying a final
settlement and allowance of their
accouut filed, in this Court on the
5th day of August 19 IS, and for
finding of heirship and only heirs
It is hereby ordered that you and
all persons interested in said mat
ter may. and do, appear at t li :
County. Court to be held in an-l for
said County, on the 12th day of
Chas Fetzer, of Louisville, was in
the city Saturday afternoon and eve
ning visiting with his brother, Jos.
Fetzer. of The Fetzer Shoe Co.
Frank Moore, from east of Murray,
was in the city for a few hours last
Friday afternoon, and was a pleas
ant caller at. the Journal office. He
informed us that he was going down
to Peru Saturday for a visit with
his old friend, Ed Parriotf, who has
been so ill for the past few weeks.
On Saturday evening from Mrs. Will
Kainey, Mr. Parriott's sister, we learn
that Mr. Parriott has been improv
ing during the past few days, and is
reported as feeling almost as well as
usual, which will be good news to
his many Plattsmouth and Cass
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East of Uiley Hotel. -,
Vugust A. D. 191S, at 10 o'clock A. !
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xVSMR Experts in charge of all work. Lady attendant. Mod
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