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THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1918.
PlATTSHOUTn SEMI-WEEKLY JOURIIAC.
TZhz plattsrnoutb journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at I'ostoffice, 1'lattsmoutli. Neb., as second-class mail matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00
In my garden patriotic things al
ready are chaotic.
Though I planted when the moon
was rijiht. I vow;
And I've followed all the rules
bought a ccllarful of tools
S. in. I itiics even paid a guy to teach
Wit it the sunniest of smiles. I have
hoe. I and raked for miles;
And I've studied all the catalogues
Ia (lie daylight -saving scheme, mak
ing hours not what they seem.
I have spaded till my instep needs a
tl en 's no use giving up and
I'll drain the bitter cup
'I'll tin fool administration edicts
ltMi if rcr war is done -1 will bet
my hot toni one -T!-at
tlie buiis will try to dictate
rtr.o of peace!
(h. if - luiu :. on--.--. Imcs, from the
time we b'-af the rugs
Tti l!'.- we : uccc ?a: li the liual
When it tuTiifs f i . turn to die, all I
a-k is ju.-t to ',n
a !ii-tery full of paris green.
Wall r S. (irt i-iicuuh in Farm Life.
.M.'k" Thrift icir bv-word.
c'loir for the bovs "over there."
Tbe sportit'g editors tell us that
the football season is about to open.
Auvbodv to offer a kick on that?
The r. pui t that lUndcnhuru i-
ah'.e be.:i"t iri'ire-t it- fj the least
1" r i c r got ) I'pri-, and never
Mo-.v old kaiser P. ill's heart will
thump as he counts his boys as they
cross ti c Khitie on the run on tbir
Since the birth of Christ there
1 te teen more than five billion
t'l-'ti slain in battb And still the
ti 1 1 1 i 1 1 ir uoes on.
Frank If. Unhl. the millionaire:
.--'eel magnate who di: d recently, left
j. .,ini!).i,iii to war sufferer. in north
ern France ;:iid ISelgium.
l'.itrioiic Americans arc preparing
to go jOrt!i am! make the Fourth
I.i;irJy Loan Drive ;i greater success
than any of the previous campaigns.
Possibly you have suffered some
d i --comfort from the heat the past
f-w weeks, and you have imagined
that nu bad troubles of your own.
We m give some cunine exper
ience on tin- "prickly heat" terror,
the only thing that makes w i.-ii
for cold v eat her.
,tff McLrmore and rome other
congressmen who wanted all Amer
icans to stay at. home, and avoid the
war have been taken at their word
by their constituents. They will
now- stay at home and will not be
subject to any more attacks as con
gressmen. A reprcreiitaf ive, in the
national congress s-hould be 100 per
rent. American or he should bo de
feated for re-election.
Catarrh Cannot lo Cured
with LOCAL AI'I'I-t'-ATlNH, a4 th7
rarnol r"acit Me to'.'ii of tlie (tineas;,
i -atarrl! U l.! disczse. greatly tn
V. i need ti coesi"Jte:;.il on-tition', ana
in order to cure i ymj must taio a.n
l-prnal rer-.i;' liar's catarrh Medi
' taken internet and acts thru
lb" l.bf.i rriucou Hvrtao.'.i of, the
fvs.(.in' Hall's ''Htirti! .Mr ..peine wm
r,r se. ibe-I by e.fio f : be'-t physician:
Jp "m "n!niry f,,r y-jis. it is com
posed of some of tl." re-t t.ni.'s known
-i.mVn-d vith .o;n cf the h-at blood
ni-'-i'ierr," Tie; perfec' co-nbinition of
rev'Aks in'caf.yrhal conditions, ten-l for
JJ.f-:'-.n:as. tree. . ,
?::CHr.rv iCO.. rrcps.. Toledo. C.
PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
The primary over.
Alicns have no right to vote.
Old Settlers Reunion at Union
next Friday and Saturday.
Nothing a thing that happens
extensively in most of our lives.
Jveep your Liberty Boml and
money working to help Uncle Sam
(live up your luxuries that the
Kaiser may be made to give up his
Luxuries as usual means a vic
torious Germany. Save and buy
'ongress is preparing to tax ev
erything except the fancy dog iu the
motor car, and the Saturday hair
(live the teachers a royal recep
tion in I'lattsmouth next week. They
are the pride of Cass county and de
serve a cordial greeting.
It now begins to look that licking
tlii" Huns is eoing to wind up just
like licking one of these new 3 -cent
postage .tamps- a one-sided affair.
.Mexico is about to bring on anoth
er crisis. Some diy Mexico may get
its fingers ton close to the buzz saw,
and the services of a doctor will be
The ruling in Washington to the
effect that newspaper men are es
sential is regretted by a lot of crook
ed politicians and grafting office
Almost TO pep cent of all the
sugar consumed in this country is
used in the households. So it is up
to the women to make the sugar go
At first glance, a 510 occupation
tax on a newspaper man seemed
pretty steep, but if it applies to
White House suffrage pickets, too.
we believe wt -an raise it some way.
For awhile it was the Russians
who were troubled about the loss
of some of their provinces; now it is
the Hun who is beginning to worry.
It is not h1 ways the stolen fruit that
:s the sweetest.
Gce whiz, hut things do happen.
Over in Wiconsin where booze lias
made its biggest cities famous, the
official decree has been issued an
nouncing that saloons are not essen
tial Industries and barkeepers are
ordered to work or fight.
Tbe Cass County Teachers' Insti
tute will tiu-et at the High School
building next Monday and remain in
se-sion until Friday, inclusive. Miss
Alpha Peterson, the county superin
tendent bad made, a special effort to
arrange a program of special inter
est to the teachers, all of whom
The German .strategy in France
has' been placed in the hands of Gen
eral Von Poehn. a "retreat special
ist." The patient is regarded as
very low. The crown prince, an ev
en more famous defeat, specialist.
may be called in consultation soon
after which the undertaker will be
Once more. General March asks
that the soldiers in France be not
railed Sammies. He distinctly
points out. that our boys over there
are not that, kind of soldiers. The
boys have asked this favor before.
So have Pershing and March. If
any persist after all these requests.
why not turn the offenders over to
General Crowder. He is always
THE SUBMARINE FAILURE.
The German submarines did a
good deal of work during July. They
sank several fishing boats, an an
chored, unarmed light ship, and a
hospital ship, which feats have no
doubt been reported to Berlin and
the heroes of these actions duly
honored, but during that time more
than 300,000 iueu', with their arms
and ammunition, were safely trans
ported to France. These Teutonic
naval heroes did not risk their lives
in attacking any of these ships, for
there were men and guns aboard
ready to light. Nevertheless these
"chivalrous" naval heroes have not
escaped, although they have con
lined their attacks, mainly to mer
chantnien, light ships, fishing
smacks and hospital ships. Lloyd
George reports that more -than 1T0
of them have been sunk by the
little chasers and other war vessels
that have been out after them, seventy-five
of them being sent to the
bottom during the last year.
That these piratical submarines
have been able to destroy a good
deal of property and the lives of a
good many noncombatants. includ
ing nurses and other women and
children, is not denied, but. their in
terference with the transportation
of troops and munitions to France
has been very slight indeed. General
March staled to the senate commit
tee that "General Pershing has in
his own area as his own force, not
brigaded with the British over 1,
000. 000. The number of men em
barked during the month of July.
just closed, was over 300.000. That
breaks the record; the previous high
record was in the preceding month,
when we reached 27;.000." It may
be truthfully said that the subma
rine campaign, as far as preventing
the transportation of armies to
Frauce is concerned, has been a
NOT AN EXAGGERATION.
The London Times takes excep
tion to the statement- by General
Smuts that at a time not far dis
tant the American army in France
will equal the combined strength of
the French and British armies. The
statement is charged as being an
exaggeration, however, by making a
few qualifications, there is nothing
overdrawn about it.
General Smuts no doubt made thir.
assertion with the belief that the
war will not end in the near fu
Tbe following proposed amendment
to the constitution of the State of
Nebraska, as hereinafter set forth in
full. Is submitted to the electors of
Ihe State of Nebraska to be voted
upon at tbe general election to bn
held Tuesday, November 5th, A. D.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend
Section one (1) of Article seven (7)
of tbe Constitution of tbe State of
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Nebraska:
Section 1. That Section One of Ar
ticle Seven of the Constitution of the
State of Nebraska be and the same
hereby Is amended by striking out tbe
"Second. Fcrsons of foreign birth
who shall have declared their inten
tion to become citizens comformably
to tbe laws of tbe United States, on
tbe subject of naturalization, at least
thirty days prior to an election."
And Inserting In the place of th
words so stricken, the following
"Second. Persons of foreign birth
who shall have become citizens of tbe
United States by naturalization or
otherwise conformably to the laws of
the United States at least thirty days
prior to an election. 1
Sec. 2. That at th general elec
tion nineteen hundred and eighteen1
(1918) there shall be submitted to the'
electors of the state for their approval
or rejection the foregoing proposed1
amendment to the constitution relat
ing to the right of suffrage. At such
elerrtlon. on the ballot of each elector
Toting for or against said proposed
amendment, shall be written or printed
the words: "For proposed amend
ment to the constitution relating to
the right of suffrage." and "Against
said proposed amendment to the con
stitution relating to the right of
Sec. 3. If such amendment shall
be approved by a majority of all
electors voting at such election, said
amendment shall constitute Section
One (1) Article Seven (7) of the Con
jtitution of the State of Nebraska.
Approved, April 9. 1318.
CHARLES V POOL
Secretary of State.
ture, and if peace does not come be
fore 1920, the American combat
forces in France will no doubt be
equal to the combined combat forces
of Frauce and England on the west
ern front by that time. The mili
tary strength of France is on the
decline and France will have far
fewer troops in action a year from
now than today. Britain will of
course be able to maintain here mili
tary strength, but her forces are
scattered and her troops in France
do not represent 100 per cent of her
It is estimated that France and
England each have about one and a
half million soldiers on he western
front. America now has more than
a million men in France. If the
war continues another year and a
half, as General Smuts believes it
will, this country will be the only
ally capable of greatly increasing its
combatant strength. American
troops will continue to go to the
western front as long as the war
lasts. It seems certain that the
United States will have three mil
lion men in France by 1020 it the
war continues until then. Ami in-
as much as Franco and England
cannot hope to have more of their
own troops on Ilie nattieiront a
year from now than they have to
day, it appears that the noted South
African's statement is not an exag
geration at all. He is merely pre
dicting the war of lillH). Lincoln
RETURNS TO HIS WORK IN NAVY
Frm Monday's I 'a it v.
Ben Windham who. has be n
visiting here for a week at the
home of his father R. P.. Windham.
of this city departed yesterday af
ternoon for his station, in the east
where he goes to join the ship on
which he is stationed again. his
furlough being over in a tew days
now. isen was away ior some si.-
een months, or just one third of
the term for which he enlisted, when
he went into the navy.
.Ii.lin Tilil. Tilli" TmM. Snsio Kiim-
v. Jn'S V . Mimsiav, .:ii.n;i ..-
-r. Win .V tVIiz. j. Virlor Tliom
iM.ina Tln:n.is, X.lla Kast-
ninn, .10:111 hasini.in, riyivm ih"-ii.
ml 1 .:i wri-Mi i- Hoofer. !ef eml:i n ' --.
will t;iko notir' Hint on tho
i'.-iv or .inly. km, iiiirry n. 101m n;tin-
Hff. Iierein. til-.l his petition in the 1M--triet
eonrt of Cass county, Nel-r;is!i,
jiiiinsl saiil lef omhiii t s hii.I nllins,
the ol.joet .-iriil I'nivor of which ji re t(.
liliet the title in the ln in till to tie
Siiithwc.-t ijnniter. S l-t or tie
S-oit ne:ist ijii;irt-r SK 1- l of Sec
tion Thirty :;o. Township ' '"" tl'"'.
Kitntcc Kom Ic.-n 1 ill, in ass ( ni:inv
.Vein aska. (in tlie uronnils th:it sa;'l
tract of lnii'l was erroneously oniit-
tcil front a !ee.l thereon tiy J. 1
To.hl. sr.. to Ms wife, L,yli.i
Totl.l. if ilate of .Inly L'iUIi, 1!5. ami
recor.loil in lM.k tiae UT. atel al
so for the reason that plaintiff iirnl Ins
pioilecessors in title have hail actiiii.
open, exclusive aim anversc oi,c-
ion f sanl real estate tor more turn
ten years last past.
You are rcinireil to answer s.ihl pe
tition on or hefore the lt'ith iay or
Sept em her, 1 '. 1 S.
Iatel this ,:ist tay or .iniv, i:m.
1IAUKV ;. Ti..
i:- 1. U. inVYKi:, His Attorney.
i.i:;i, Noxit n.
To I'anline nidhain. us Ail mi n i:-t I a -
trix of the estate of UiMirpn J. ohlham.
lcceasel: Kieliaril 'onway ohlham:
Cuzza J. Maker: Lacuna nnal!y:
I'aulino Vil'lliam: Kay OI.Huiin: John .:.
Ohlham: Jessie I . Snviler: Kltison I.
Cmlhain: James W. ouiham: Vera 11.
t)l.l!iani: I'nllv (Hilliani: Mary 1.. t 'rai-r.
i ml all persottN interesloil In tlie estate
of Jackson !. Ohlham. I asel, in-
t lulling creditors ami claimants.
You are herehy notitleil that on tins
th dav of Mav f.HX. plaintilf lilcl a
petition iu the District I'niirt of Cass
County, Nehraska, prayini? amoiif; oth
er thinws for an order to he entered
hv the court directing the n dm in is t ra -trix
of the estate of (loot-Re J. Oldham.
deceased, to convey to plaintiff th
Northwest Quarter of the Northwest
Quarter of Section thirty-one i.Tl
Township eleven (1I llaiiKo fourteen
(III Cass County, Nebraska, upon the
payment of tlie halance of the pur
chase price in accordance with the
contract entered into between tin;
Plaintiff and the Maid Oeorce .1. Old
ham, dtirinir his lifetime, on the l.Mli
d.iv of January, 1!l. and to have the
title to said land (piloted as aKaiti'-t
the defendant. All persons interested
In the estate of Jackson (1. Oldham.
deeeasid, including creditors and
cla i ma n t s.
Yon are further notified there will
bo ; liearinK upon said petition at the
IMstrict Court llnnm In tlie Court
House, at JMaJtsniout h Cass County,
Nebraska, on the :ird day of September
1'JIS. at Hie hour of ten (."clock A. M.
to all of which, and the allegations of
the petition, you will take due notice.
C. A. KAVI,S. FIJANK J. LIM.1K,
Tlie Kf.afe of Xehtiiska.. Cass Count;,',
So. In the County Court.
In the Matter of instate of Adam
W. MeisiiiKer. Deceased.
To the Creditors of Said Kslate:
Yon are Hereby Notitleil, That f will
sit at Hie County Court llooni in
I'lattsmouth in said ''"iinty, on Hie 9lli
day of September, 10IS and on the 10th
day of tK-eeinber, 1 !H S. at 10 o'clock
A. At. of each day to receive and e
amirje all claims against fuid lOstato.
with a. view to tneir adjust ment. end
allowance. The time limited for the
presentation of claims against Fail
Kstate is 3 months from the !th dny
of September A. 1 . 1!1S, nnd the time
limited for payment of debts in One
Year from saiii 9th day or September
Witness my band and Hi? seal of
said Countv Court, this r.tb day of
August l'J18. ALLEN .T. BIOESOX,
(Seal) riinh' Judge.
By Florence Wliite, Clerk.
Miss Agnes Kresek, who has been
staying at Tobias, for the past sum
mer, returned home last evening.
Notice to r.er. Resident DefenJants,
their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees,
personal representatives and all other
persons interested in their estate.
To David Stotler, if living, if deceas
ed, his unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, personal representatives and
all other persons Interested in his es
tate; George Stotler. Nettie Slotler.
Walter Slmler, Klla. Wayant. Clarence
Wayant, Mary INipe and Joseph Cope.
Yon anil eacn of you are heit hy noti
fied that Carey I,. Stotlor. a.s plain
tiff, on the 0th day of .Inly 1 !H S. tiled
his petition in the lUstrlet "iiirt of
Cass County, N hraska, wherein you
and eaeh of you are defendants; the
'diject and prayer of which petition
is for the partition of
The Kust thirty-live f""1 neres r
the Northeast Quarter of the South
east Viuarter of Section nineteen (l!t
Township ten (10 Kansre fourteen
CH Kast (ith 1". M. Cass County, Ne
and the adjusting of the claim of
plaintiff for improvements hy him
placed upon said promise:.
Yon and each of you are further
untitled vim are required to answer
said petition on or hefore Monday the
L'.'Ird dav of Septemh. r. 1 !' I s.
CAKKV U S'l'i iThKC.
C. A. 1IAWI.S, Plaintiff.
i.i:; i. notici:.
To Pauline Oldham, ns Administra
trix of the estate of to ore .1. Oldham.
Ieccased; l.'hhard Conway Oldham:
Cux..a .1. i:.tkcr: Lacuna Connally:
Paulino Oldham: Fav Oldham: John J.
Oldham: Jessie l Snyder: Kllisou 1
Oldham: James W. Oldham: Vera If.
Oldham: Pollv Oldham and Mary I..
You are herehv notified that on the
I'l'nd day of May PUS. plaintiff tiled a
petition' in the I'istiict Court of Cass
County, Nebraska, praying amone; oth
er things for an order to he entered
1- the ccurt directine; the administra
trix of the .-state of Ceoie .1. Oldham,
dei.ased, to convoy to plaintilf lads
one ( t and two ( ) and all of I.ots
three ?) ami four (I) not taken hy
Chicago Avenue, in I.'.'.oi U ( ne Hundred
Sixty-four Mi'il) City of Plattsmout h,
Cass Countv, Nebraska, upon the pay
ment of the habitue of (lie fHiieha-e
prico in accordant-1 with the contract
entered into between the plaintiff and
the said Ocorire J. Oldham, duiieir his
life time on the lutli day of September
i : 1 7.
Von are further notified that there
v ill be a hearing upon said petition at
the liistrict Court Room tn the Court
Mouse, at Ph'ttmouth. Cass County.
Nebraska, on the :!rd day of September
Mils, at the hour of ten o-, lock A. M.
to jill of which and the ,n I lei: a t ions of
the petition, von will lake due notice.
JuliN II. 1 1 A LI.ST ROM.
C. A. i: W.'I.S. Plaintiff.
A t torney.
latllXTI M, ttH'.MMIIAT.S TO
I K i.i: i oiti-nii vi ix or
IIWK III-' Ml IIIIIM Iv, OK
Ml IIIIIK K, M.lllt K .
I. II. A. i ,ii thniann. C-i ,i . : ..f I !
Hank of Mr.rdock. of Min-ilm in the
unity of Cass, and the :-"t;-1e of ' -
hiask.i. do hereby c.-rtify mat t Hi"
r(-gular annual meeting of tie- Sto-U-
.l.bis of tic said bank held on the
lilst tlti dav. of Juls. r.HS. at which
pi tin:: i j : i - - than two-thirds of t!"-
: pit a I Sfo( k was r..-present d, fi mo-
Iihii was mad.'. "( i , i I and litiatn-
i.asl e.iiii'd. tl'.it Articles n umber
lit-, Si and Might of the Articles
ol I rieot I'n a t of o said bank be
ani(ii lil to read as follows:
AKTH'I.K Number Four: -The auth
orized amount of capital stock of
this torpor.-! t ion shall bo twentv
lio thousand dollars f$J.r.mo di-
ided info two hundred and fifty
shares, of ion- l.iuidred dollars each,
$:'i!. em! of which shall be paid in."
Al:TICl.K Number Sit 'The indebted
ness of t! is corporation shall at no
lime eviecil the amount of its paid
in capital and surplus except for
AIJTIt'l.H Number Kiuht. "Tho a f
fairs of this corporation shall be un
der the control and management 'f
a hoard of directors consisting of
not l"s than three nor more than
live sha I chojdet s. whose term of
ofTiee shall bo for the period (if olio
vear. or until their Miccessors are
ceiel and qualified, not less than
a majority of whom shall bo resi
ili nfs of tho county in which tho
bank is loatd or counties adjacent
thereto. It shall be tho duty nf thc
hoaid of directors to elect from
their Tiiiiul.er a president and secre
tary, and .-elect a vice president and
cashier, and they may also select
an assistant cashier and such other
!i Iks- ami assistants as tho busi
ness of the corporation may rouuire.
The term of" oft iee of tho officers of
this corporation shall bo o:n; year,
or until their successors sire elected
and qualified. The board of direc
tors may adopt such by-laws for tho
regulation and management of the
affairs, and business of tin- i orpor
at ion as is mav dec'Tl proper."
And I do further state under oath
that the paid in capital stock of said
hank was at said meeting by ;i unani
I'lo is Vote of all the stock represented
increase. I from $ 1 "..OmMMI authorized
to $ J.".,( liKi.dd authorized, of which
$jiMiiin shall bo paid in. and that the
full amount of said increase viz.
."..(inn has hot ii pa id in.
tl. A. ( ! I'TI I M A N N
Slate of Nebraska,
Counts- of ('a-s. ss
Subscribed and sworn to before tin'
by II. A. Ciuthiuanii. Cashier of the
Cank of Mnrdoi k, of l unlock, Nebras
ka, this .".th dav of August, 1 ? I S.
JKIJKY I-:. Milll'C.H
Notary I'n Idle.
My commission expires March ".", 1 ! 1! o.
mitk i: ( iti:i)inu:s.
of Nebra-ka. ('ounty of
ass, s s .
Ill the Matter of tho i;;
et Mumm. deceased:
late of Margar-
In (iniuly t'ourt.
To the Creditors of saiil Oeceascd:
Vim are hereby notified that I will
sit a i the County Court room in 1'latts
luouth. iu said county, on the first dav
of September. Illls. and on tlie 2d day
(comber. Jills, at nine o'clock a. m.
of each ilas- to receive and examine all
claims against said estate, with a view
to their adjustment and allowance.
Tho time limited for the presentation
of claims against saiil estate is three
months from the first day of Septem
ber. A. 1 )., lnts. and tho time limited
for the payment of debts is six months
from yaid first dav of September, lit IS.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
County Court, this :!1st dav of July,
1'JIS. ALLEN J. HHESON,
Minn: oi- iii;hiv(;.
In the County Court of Cast; County
In the MiHer of th E.'-tule of Ma
tilda Kseick. Ieceased:
To all persons interested in said es
tate. Creditors and Heirs a law:
You are hcrby notified that William
IS. Hssick has filed his petition ir; this
court, alleging that Matilda Essirk.
late of said county, died intestate, in
said county, on or about, the "d day of
September, 191S. being a resident and
inhabitant of said enutity aed the own
er of the following described real es
tu.1e: Lot elcvfn (11 in block three (3 1 in
th village of Mauley, in Cass county.
Nebraska, ami leaving as her solo and
only heirs at law, the following named
William li. Ivsiok. husband, Minnie
L. Coon, a daughter. Helen L. Coon, a
granddaughter. Mable Coon. a. grand
daughter and Halpli Coon, a grand
son, who are interested in said prop
orir awnnllm to the decedent laws of
the state of Nebraska, and praying fori
fc If,- li .- ii-V' VI t-aVi'il O'hiha. $imm
The Eind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
ia use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of
" and has been made under his per
s 77Z sonal supervision since its infancy.
vus" Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Julunls an.'! Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
v.aatoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops an.d Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
jceithcr Opiurri, Morphine nor ether narcotic substance. Its
s'.se is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
poen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
uw""ii vy ic&uiauug me oiomacn ana noweis, aias
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and aauiral sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
i Bears, the
Ib Use For Over 30 Years
The tvind Vcu Wave Always Bought
:rNTAun cortcuNV, MrwvrsK : TV
a tlett m i na t i"li of the time of the
.bath of said Matilda K.-sitk. deceased,
the panics of her ht-irs at law and the
dcrri e of" kinship thereof, and the
ri'-'i.t of descent of tho real property
belonging to said ih cedent in the state
oi' Nebraska, and for ai order barring
claims cgnin-d said estate, and for
-in h other and further orders as may
he luctssary for a cornet disposition
of .sn id matter. .
Said matter has n set for a hear
ing at the county court room in f'latts
month, -aid county on the I'Mh day
of Aiigu-t, 1 ! I s. at tho hour of nine
o't !o K a. tn.. at which time all per
sons interested ni.iy appear and con
test -aid petition.
1". v the Court.
A I. LION J. KKKSO.V.
Male'. Julv 'JTIh. 1!US.
John m. i.i:yia.
Attorney for IVtit inner.
oi m i: to i(i:orroits.
Xali of elirjikn. CnH (iii(, km.
In tlm Matter of the Esta; of (Jallant
To i ! o Creditors of said Estate:
Ye-.i iir hereby tiofjiii-.l that I will
sit at the County Court room in I'latts
mouth. in said county, on tho liuh day
of August, and I'Mh dav of November,
A. I, li'l.. at nine o't lock a. m.. of
oh dav. to receixe and examino all
tln'ins again- t suit! estate, with a view
to tit it- i.dji.-tm. nt and allowance.
The time limited for the presentation
of claims against said estate is thrie
nionii . from the l"th day of August,
A. I'.. l:il. and the time limited for
paVnunt tif tit bts is one year froi'i
said 'j:t!i day of August. l'.i 1 V
Witness my hand and the seal of
said CoiMitv Court, this ""th day of
ALLEN .7. i:i:i:SON.
Popular definition of a coinci
dence: (u)Tlic raise in price of a
sulistitute at the same time it is
recommended by tlie Food Admin
istration; (M The increase in raies
by a public utility after a wage in
crease has been granted.
Now kick, if you want to.
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C?-''"-v-. iLy Ci-- ,;-r',-.ft j i r SSjk&'b- .X& - x-.'SS
DID YOU EARN THAT MONEY? WELL YOU WORKED FOR
IT. DIDN'T YOU? WHY CAN'T YOU PUT SOME LITTLE PIECE
OF IT IN THE BANK EACH PAY DAY, SO THAT SOME DAY IT
CAN WORK FOR YOU?
YOU WON'T ALWAYS BE ABLE TO WORK; EVEN IF YOU
ARE 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 3 1-2 PER CENT -INTEREST ON SAVINGS Af
COUNTS AND H PER CENT ON TIME CERTIFICATES.
COME TO OUR BANK.
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS FROM 700 TO 9;00
.(ttt.nfcy.ni-lrfi in ii frill I lialiMMMMM
TOR! A ALWAYS
oi:m:it oi-' m:Hir; o ii:tit!o."V
I'OH IT(IIM KM' OK
Tie stale of Nebraska, Cass Coun
ty, ss. lii County Court.
In the Matter of tho Instate of. Wil
liam K. l-'ox, deceased:
(hi reading and tiling tlie p.-tition of
I-:. C. I iiey AL- Son. praying that Ad
ministration of said estate may bo
granted to John M'Nurlin, as Adminis
trator. ordered, that September 1 ; til. A. P.
l!Ms. at lo o'clock A. M., is assigned
for hearing said petition, when all per
rons interested iu -aid matter may
appta:- at a County Court to lie held In
and for said ("ounty, ami show cause
why the prayer of petitioner should
not he granted; and that notice of tho
pendency of said petition and tho
healing thereof be given to all persons
in i el est oil in said matter by publish
ing a copy of this order in the l'latts
inoutli Journal, a. semi-weekly news
pa her printed in yaid county lor three
sueeessiw weeks, prior to said day of
hi a ri ng
latcd August 11th. 1918.
ALLEN J. BEESON
l'.y Elorence White, Clerk
( S- a 1. I
Mlllli; TO CKKIMTORS
he State of Nebraska. Cass Coiltl-
t ;. . ss. In the Coimly Court.
I M the Matter of the Estate of Nannie
To. the Ci editors of Said Estate:
You are hereby notified that t will
.-if at the County Court room in I'ittts
Moiith in said county, on the 1'jth day
of September, mi's, and on the lith
day of I el-ember, 1!HS, at :00 o'clock
A. M.. on each day. to receive and ex
amine all claims against said estate,
with a view to their adjustment and
allowance. The time limited for tho
presentation of claims against said
estate is four months fr.Tii tli l.'Hi
day of August, A. H., 191$. and tho
time limited for payment of debts i.-
one sear from said Jth dav of Au
iSness my hand and the seal of saM
County Court, this 2 -1 1l day of Au
ALLEN J. LEEcSoN.
Pel or F. (loivs, tlie hotel man, i.s
trying farniinjj some today, having
gone out to di some plowing:.
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