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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1918.
PLATTSMOUTH S EM I-WEEK L Y JOURNAL
EVERY MALE BETWEEN THE AGES OF
AND 45 WILL BE REQUIRED TO
REGISTER ON THAT DAY
Between Now And Registration Day, Regis
trants Are Strongly Urged to Study
AH Questions To Be Answered
t,,,.-i M.irsliall Crowiler has is
;: 1 'ii !'o;t! ilr.itt boards detailed in
. ; : u i i.!is tor registrants in -in-su.-rin;;
the ;iu-?iims in the reiris
ir.it ion cards to be used in e:iroll
:: (. ::t -i :i :i:Tectel by the exten
ri. ;i if the lira ft ai;e limits.
r -will be twenty nuesiions on
tiii i :ir.ls which are somewhat tlif
i. in t't)ii'.! front the card used
la registration of men between the
..I" 'l and 21.
:. tv. . :i utv and registration a declaration before a court of record.
S j;, :ii;.er 12. prospective reg- j of their decision to do so. Any citi
i:.; - are strowl.- urscd." the pro- J".e:i of Porto Kico as above denned
...-t marshal general savs. "to study
cart t":iliy l-'tlt the questions and the! was temporarily absent from the is
i:i r: i--u.-- in order to be able to j land on Apirl 1 1 , 1 S99, and has since
. ; !-!!. t rt.por.-? to the regis- returned, and is not a citizen of any
t liai'ar r' ii ie-t is made of . fcieign country is held to be a citi-
registrars." j Z'-'n of the United States, provided
The Questioiiaire. lu did !1'Jt h-ct to return his politi-
Koliowing are the questions and ' c. status by making declaration un
i -. -; n.cT ioi:s: ! der oath of his decision to do so w ith
i -: I.- N'r.r.i'. The name i in six months after Mar. 2, 1917. If
:; :::t be give:: iii full, tints: First . you were born abroad you are still a
nan.--, middie name, last name, r or
example. "John Henry Smith."
(Mer..Hti 2. Permanent home ad
dress. This means where you have
. i : i r ;. r:r...r.eiit heme now, not the
i r v. L- re ou work nor the place
v. r.- y.-ii v. born, - unless that is
"".r ! T.i.an nt home. I!e prepared
-iv-- it t"ii way: "loO Woodward
A. !iu-.', lietroit. Wayne county.
:1k ii.." or "11. V. ). .'o. 2. Jones
v ill'-, -.rui- county. Pennsylvania."
I: the reidMrai!' lives in an appart-!ir-ue
he should state the num
'"r the aparti.ur.t in which he
oii'-M ion Avi'e in v.ars. State;
: i in years only. Disregard
.idilii in'ial mouths or days.
(:i.s!ioa J. Pate of birth: If
.-.i ii.i '...r rrn iiiliiT the year, .--tart
in i ii-'.'! r as you would if some one
a-'?.' d mu on vo ir birthday as
ot!..i 12." llu-ii say, "On my
lurtiiday this year I will be (or was)
.-a;--- old.'' The registrant will
t '.'.: I ll in the year of birth.
nr.ti..n .". White.
(.!..! iin '' - N'euro.
ii i';i 7. Oriental.
ti-ii! Citizen o! India. An
it.-': in ii in in- Unit'd State is a
t'-ii:. ill If his f;. titer or mother
! ' t" hi-; 1-inh of before he at
.. i of 2! was allotted
: ' i .- . i -.( ! a patent in fee prior
i.. May !;; (2) If he was al
i la!..'. : i iiuent to Jlav S.
I 'i"". ai d iiti ivt-1 a patent- in fee
l irni: i .. i If he wa: residing
1 ' 'i i-M In-liati territfiry on March
!'!: ' If he liv'd separate
t ' :rpart from his tribe and has
: tl-.i- l ;!li's of civiii.'d life.
i ti(u N'oii-cit izen ? An In-
!.. a born in tl.e United States should
-I.r- 1 a- non-riiizeu Indian un
! ii tails within n tf the classes
ff I -.; : Hti'-ns drscrifed in the
iii . ' rurTii.ri ,:; quost ion 7.
Q-.'-.iw.n In. N'ativ born United
i ciMz.-n? If you wre born in
;.e Unrel States, including AlaUa
iii,''. Hawaii, you are a native horn
... -fi.iicxic ueo. j ture cuarameea id every case accented
for tra"Tii-nt. end no raoc-r to be paid nnti I cared. Writefor book oa Recta I Diseases, with natnen
a o-1 tr5timouia!s of more Uiaa 1300 prominent people who have been permanently cured.
DR. E. R. TARRY 240 Bee Building OMAHA, NEBRASKA
Drs. Mach & Mach, The Dentists
mints caiefulJy stenuzed alter using.
THIRD FLOOR, FAXT0K BLOCK, OMAHA
citizen of the United States ineffec
tive of the citizenship of your par
ents. Any inhabitant of loro Kico
who was a Spanish subject on April
11. 1SPI. and who resided in Porto
liico on that date, and continued to
reside there until April 11, 1900. is
held to be a citizen of Porto Rico,
exepr xich inhabtant, natives of the
I Spanish peninsula, who elected to
preserve their allegiance to Spain on
or before April 11, 1900. by making
a:id any native of Porto Rico who
citizen of the United States if
ycur father was a citizen of the
United States at the time you were
born, unless you have expatriated
Question 11. Naturalized citizen
of the United States? You are a
naturalized citizen if you have com
pleted your naturalization; that is,
if you have "taken out final papers."
P.ut you are not a citizen if you have
only declared your intention to be
eoi.ie a citizen (that is, if you have
only "taken out first papers" ) . In
the later ci.se you are declarant.
Question 12. Citizens of the Uni
ted States by father's naturalizat
ion? The children of parents who
have ber-n duly naturalized under the
laws of t!.e United States being un
do r the age of 21 at the time of the
::aturalirat ion of their parents, are,
if dwelling in the United States be
fore attaining their majority, con
sidered as citizens thereof.
Question 14. Alein declarant?
You are a declarant if, altho a citi
zen r subject of some other country,
you have declared before naturali
zation court your intention to be
come a citizen of the United States.
This is referred to as "taking out
Question ii. Alien non-declarant?
You are a non-declarant alier
if you do not fall within one of the
classes described by questions ten.
eleven, twelve and thirteen, and are
not an Indian. In other words, you
are a non-declarant alien if you are
a citizen or subject of some other
country than the United States and
have not declared before naturali
zation court your intention to become
a citizen of t lie United States, that
is have not "taken out first papers."
Question IT,. if n.,t a citizen of
tie United States of what nation are
yoii a subject? This need be answer
ed only by a declarant and no-declarant,
ali-ns. If you are an alien
of either class, state the name j,t
your country, which the registrant
will write in this space. For ex-
Fistula-Pay When Cured
A mud iysfiTi of treatment that cures Piles. Fistula and
other Recta 1 Diseases in a ahort time, without a severe sur
gical operation. No Chloroform. Ether or other general
Tlie largest and best equipped dental offices in Omaha.
Experts in charge of all work. Lady attendant. Mod-
crate Prices. Porcelain fillings just lie toolh. Instru- a
ample: "Great Britain," "France."
"Italy." State also the name of the ;
sub-division of your country in
which you were ordinarily resident
before proceeding to the United j
States, which will be written by the J
rigistrar in parenthesis after the j
name of the country, as "Great IJrit
ian (Scotland)." ' In the case of
Czecho-Slovaks, German or Austri
anPoles, Austrian, Lorrainers and
persons of like status, the registrant
may answer "Czecho-Slovak, claim
ed as subject of Austro-Hungary."
"Pole claimed as subject of Ger
many," etc., and. such entry shall be
made by the registrar.
Question 16. Present occupation?
This means your present occupation
trade of employment, which the reg
istrar will enter in this space. Do
not state what you did once, nor
what you have done most of the
time, nor what you are best fitted
to do, simply what your job is right
Question 17. Employer's name?
If you are working for a firm, cor
poration, or association, state its
name. If in business, trade, profess
ion or employment for yourself so
state. If you are an officer of the
state or federal government, say
whether your olfice is under the
United States, the state or a muni
cipality. Question IS. Place of eniploy
nientor business? This means where
Question 1. Xante of nearest
! dative? U you are inarned and
your wife is living her name should
be stated. If you are single or your
wife is dead you should i--m the
name of the nearest blood relati'. e.
If you are not married and have no
blood relative, the name of a close
friend should be stated.
Question 20. Address of nearest
relative? In stating the address
give the number and name of the,
street first, then the city or town,
then the county and state; or U. F.
I), number first, then postollice, then
county and state.
Demand Exact Location.
The registrar will ask the regis
trant if he receives his mail at a
place other than that designated as
his present address in answer to the
question 2. If he answers that he
receives it at some other place, that
is. by general delivery at the post-
office or in care of some other per
son, at some other address. etc
The registrant shall state such place
in full, which shall be entered by the
registrar in a blank place opposite
the statement: I affirm that I have
verified above answers and that they
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
Whereas, The Father of all mer
cies has in his wisdom, called froiii
this life to the life beyond the vule,
our esteemed sovereign, Edward ('.
Therefore, be it resolved, that we
honor hi; memory, for that he with
patriotic zeal served his country on
the field of conflict, and gave his
life, that our nation might be pre
served and that in so doing. he
brought great honor and credit to
the "Woodmen of the World" Camp
N"o. T of which he was a most
2nd. lie it further resolved, that
the heartfelt sympathy of the
members of Camp Xo. 70 is extend
ed to th stricken Father and Moth
er of our deceased Sovereign, who
are resigned to their great loss, and
who have not suffered t he sacrifice
:ird. Be it further resolved. That
in sacred memory of our brother
that our Charter be dr;:ped in
mourning for ::0 days, and that we
idace a pnbl star on our Camp Ser
vice Flag, and that a copy of these
resolutions be delivered to the par
ents of otir deceased Sovereign.
W. T. WASSFLL.
It. It. WINDHAM.
W. B. KISIlKLu
CELEBRATES 1STH BIRTHDAY.
Kf": TiK-si;! v's Ia'!v.
On the advent of the eighteenth
birthday of Miss Helen. Roberts, a
large number of her young friends
gathered at h?r home to help make
the merry hours glad by joyfully.
The occasion was one of a patriotic
nature, as the young people, are in
tensely patriotic, and the home was
decorated in the National colors be
fitting the occasion. The gathering
was known as a patriotic stroll party
and was greatly enjoyed by all who
were in attendance. The merry
young people wished the hostess
many happy returns of the occasion,
and departed declaring her an ideal
Rosey is going to Chaso cjuiity
strain nr-xt S indny evening. Get
ready and go along. The trip will
be a pleasant one and you might see
something that will interest you.
j Make your reservations for th? trip
GO TO OMAHA !
THE MEMBERS OF THE NATION
AL COUNCIL OF THE LIBERTY
BAZAAR, GO TO OMAHA.
From Tuesiliiy's P:I:'
Sunday there was a great demon
stration of patriotism, as the mem
bers of the Uzecho-Slovaks, of this
citv departed for Omaha to cele
brate the opening of the groat week
bazaar, which is to be held there.
and to take part in the parade which
was had there last Sunday. The
people from this town which num
bers about two hundred and fifty
were at the liurlington station with
American flags and banners, which
bore significant motto's, such as we
are standing with President Wil-on.
and "America Will Sav? the World
and " 1 i y Aiding the Liberty Uazaar,
You Help Win the War." All was
enthusiasm and patriot ism at the
station, carrying it with them to
the grand parade which was at
Omaha. The peopfr hero have rais
ed over a thousand dollars for the
purpose of helping win the war. and
tliev are didnir more. Scores of
young men front this city of Io
hemian blood have gone to the ser
vice, and are doin what they can
for the cans'1 of the freedom of the
world. The people of this city who
have the blood of the Czecho-Slovaks
flowinir in their veins, are sure en
thusiastic in d.-iing what they can
for the winning of the war for the
double reason, for the sake of the
freedom of all the world and for the
rescuing of their own relatives in
Kurope for the bondage of years.
VISIT FRIENDS HERE.
Urnm Tnosilay's Pailv.
Peter Wevrich and Henry Zip-
porick dropped into this city yester
day for a visit with old time friends,
bavins; relatives here and having
visited here for some time last
year. These two gentlemen left
their home at IVkin. Illinois some
seven weeks sitne. and have since
that time vi -it oil and looked over
the country of sixteen states. They
visited over the entire west. and
stopped here for a short visit yes
terday and returned to Omaha last
evening starting from- there this
morning for their home at Pekin,
ri i. Mvr i i.i:mi:t
Court. if Cass " unit
In ! ("niiim
Net 'i a s k ;i .
State it" X lr:isl;a,
County 'f C.i, -.
To ;!! ! r.-cm m t r s t '! in tin- s
tai' !' I'M' ilia .v'N'int's. Im a smI :
!i li a.lin 1 1 in itii'H if Charles I.
Xys. iirayii.g fir a final settlement
arnl iiH"waii'e 't liis aicuunt tileil in
tl'is urt. !! t!i- JTtli ilav of August.
lit!"-. atil f'if ! i-1 1 i hu t ion of resiilne of
estate to su Ii juTM.!is as ale entitled
It is !:ert lv m iVreil that von ;i ml all
I'er.-ons i i: t ii e: t .il in yahl matter may.
nii! lo. appear at the County Court
to te hclil in arnl for saiil eounty, on
the ith i!ay of September, A. I'.. i:Ms.
at 10:n o'eloik A. M.. to show eanse.
if any there I.e. why the prayer of the
petitioner shonl.1 not he granted, and
tl.it riotiee or' the pendency of said
Peition andthe hearintr thereof he
vivin to all persons Interested in said
matter ly on Id ish ing a copy of this
order in the I "ia 1 1 sino'.i t h .lonrnal. a
semi-weekly te-w. pa ier printed in said
ennty. for on week prior to said day
In witness whereof. have hereunto
set mv hand arnl the seal of said court
this 'Tth dav ef August. A. I .. 1!Ms.
AI.I.K.V .1. MKKS
(Seal . Count v Judge.
Bv. Florence White. Clerk.
Iii th- miii Court if 4'iimk County,
State of Nebraska.
Cass County, ss.
To all persons interested in the estate
ol Mary F. Welch, deceased:
n reading the petition of Charles
Lambert praying for a final settlement
arid allowance of his account tiled in
this court on the Ith day of August.
I'.'IS. and for final settlement of said
.state and discharge of the executor.
It is hereby ordered that you and
all persons ilileltsted In said matter
may. arid do. appear a t the County
Couit be hebl iii and for said coun
ty, on the :itli ilav of September, A. !..
1Kb. ill 10 oVioi-u A. M., to show cause.
If any there be. why the prayer of the
petitioner shoot.1 riot be granted, anil
that notice of the pendency of said
petition and I he hearing thereof be
given to all persons interested in .said
matter hv publishing a copy of this
order in the I 'la t tsmouth .Journal, a
serni-wcekly newspaper printed in said
county for one week prior to said day
Iii witness whereof, T have hereunto
set jnv hand and the seal ol sunt conn
this L'lth dav of August, A. CMS.
A LLKN J. HKKSON
(Seal) County Judge.
!5v Florence White. Clerk.'
MUM K TO (TIIIOIMTOIIS
In the State of Nebraska., Cass Coun
tv, ss. Iii I hp County Conrl.
In the Matter of the Kstate of Nannie
To the Creditors of Said Kstate:
You ate hereby notiticd that I will
sit at the County Court room in I'lan-
moiith in said county, on the 1 S 1 1 1 :a
of September. J : 1 8. and on the lUlh
dav of Jiccember, 19 IS, at !i:0i o clocK
. M.. on each dav. to receive, and. c.-
amine all claims agaiii-i raii -.i.i.i .
with a view to their ad.iini.mcnt and
illouanee. The time limited for the
presentation of claims :.gain-;t sa ni
estate Is four months fr.vu the l-'fh
'ay or August. .. I ., i:ui. ami im
time limited for payment of uem m
imc year irom sum iiu uuy oi al-
Witness my hand and the seal ot s; M
Oountv Court, this l-'tli day or Au
ALLIEN J JJtuiiOti.N.
Flags at the Journal Office.
We have sold numbers of Cass county, Sanders
county, Johnson county, Pawnee counnty, Richardson
county and Iowa people land in Southeastern Nebraska.
When you buy land in Otoe county, Nemaha county,
Gage county, $75 and up per acre, you ore getting
something that will make you a bank account instead
Wc have some choice 40, 80, 120, 160, 240, 320
and 640 acre tracts of land, with very reasonable prices
and good terms.
We have the iargest and best land list in South
It will pay you to sec us for a home or investment.
Join Todd. Tillie Todd, Susie Kings
lev, .lar: es V. Kingslay, Catena ("us
:i:i !-, 'i. A. Coglizer, Victor Thom
as'. ' Iat:i:i Thomas, Zella East
man, .lo'iii i:astinan. Sylvia lloefer,
arm Lawrence lloefer, defendants,
will take notice that on the :;ist
T.-.y or July. 191S, Harry ;. Todd plain
tiff, herein, filed his petition in the IMs
trict cinirt of Ca.ss county. Nebraska,
against said defendants and others,
the ol pv t and prayer of which are to
lui.f the title in the plaintiff to the
Southwest Quarter. SW 1-1 of the
Soutneast Quarter (Si: 1-4) of Sec
tion Thirty ::. Township Ten (10),
flange Fourteen 04. in Cass County
Nebraska, on the Rrnunds that said
tract of land was erroneously omit
ted from a deed thereon by Levi
C. Todd, sr., to liis wife. Lydia
Todd, of date of Jtily 26th. 1900. and
recorded in book 4.", pare 127. and al
so for the reason that plaintiff and his
aredecessors jn title have had actual,
iptn, exclusive and adverse possess
ion of said real estate for more than
ten years last past.
You are required to answer said pe
tition on or before the ltith day of
September, llrl V
Pated this olst dav of July, 1IUS.
HAUIiV C. TOl)I.
i:v 1. O. IVVI-:r:, His Attorney.
To Tanline Oldham, as Administra
trix of the estate of Ceorse J. Oldham,
Deceased: Kicha.rU lamway Oldham:
Cuzza J. linker: Lacuna Connally:
I'auline Oldham: I'ay Oldham: Jolin .1.
ihlharn: Jessie 1 . Snvder: Ellison L
Oldham: James ". Oldham: Vera H.
Oldham: INillv Oldham: Mary L. Craig,
ami all persons interested In the estate
of Jackson C. Oldham, Deceased, in
cluding creditors and claimants.
You are lierebv notified that on the
Ith dav of Mav 191. plaintiff tiled a
petition in the District Court of Cass
County, Nebraska, praying among oth
er things for an order to be entered
bv the court directing the administra
trix of the estate of George J. Oldham,
deceased, to convey to plaintiff the
Northwest Quarter of the Northwest
Quarter of Section thirty-one (31)
Townshin eleven (11) i'.ancc fourteen
(H Cass County, Nebraska, upon the
payment of the balance ot tlie pur
chase price In accordance wun in
contract entered into between th
plaintiff arid the said George J. Old
ham. during his lifetime, on the 15th
dav of January. 1!1X. and to have the
title to said land nuivted as agains
the defendant. All persons interested
In the estate of Jackson ii. Olflliam
deceased. including creditors and
Yoi are further notified there will
be n hearing upon said petition at the
District Court Koom In the Court
House, at Plattsmouth Cass County
Nebraska, on the :ird day of September
1H1S. at the hour of ten oUifk A. M
to all of which, and the allegations of
the petition, you will take due notice,
C. A. KAYVLS. FKANK J. L1LLIE.
The State of Nebraska. Cnss County,
ss. Jn the County court.
In the Matter of Estate of Adam
V. Mcisinyer. Deceased.
To tlie Creditors of Said Estate:
You are Jlorebv Notiticd. That t will
sit at the County Court Koom in
l'lattsmouth in said County, on the !Uh
dav of September. 1018 and on the 10th
day of December, 101S. at 10 o'clock
. M. of each day to receive and ex
imine all claims against said Estate
with a view to their adjustment and
allowance. The time limited for the
nresenta tion of claims against. said
stntp is : monttis irom me mn nay
of September A. D. 191S, and the time
limited for pavmeni oi oenis is oni;
Year from said 9th day of September
Witness my hand and me seal or
said County Court, this .th day of
i,in,r 181S. ALLEN J. BEESON.
fSeal) umnry jiiunf.
rsy r lorente u nii .ivi a
VIOUIIATIM, .IF.MMirTS TO AR
TICLES OK IM tllHMPHi'UMS r-ll-K
OF MI'IHMICK, OF
Ml It DOCK. MMIKASKA.
r It A . ' fiii t liman n. Cishicr of tht
Hank of Murdock. of Murdock, in tho
County of Cass, and the Slute ot Ne
braska, do hereby certify that at the
regular annual meeting1 of tlm Stock
holders of the said bank held on the
first (lsti dav t July. 191S. at which
meeting more than two-thirds of the
Capital Stock was represented, a mo
tion was made, seconded and unani
mously carried, that Articles number
Four. "Six and Eight of the Articles
of Incorporation of said bank be
amended to read as follows:
ARTICLE Number Four: "The auth
orized amount of capital stock of
this corporation shall he twenty
five thousand dollars ($25,000) di
vided into two hundred and fifty
LOANS AND INSURANCE,
shares, of one hundred dollars each,
JjO.ofiO of which shall be paid in."
AKTICLE Number Six "Tlie indebted
ness of this corporation shall at no
time exceed the amount of its paid
in capital and surplus except for
AKTICLE Number Eight. "The af
fairs of this corporation shall be un
der the control and management of
a board of directors consisting of
not 1-ss than three nor more than
ti . e shar eholders. whose term of
office shall be for the period of one
year, or until their successors are
elected and pialitied, not less than
a majority of whom shall he resi
dents of the county in which the
bank is located or counties adjacent
thereto. It shall he the duty of trie
board of directors to elect from
their number a president and secre
tary, and select a vice president and
cashier, and they may also select
an assistant cashier and sucli other
clerks and assistants as the busi
ness of the corporation may require.
The term of office of the officers of
this corporation shall be one year,
or until their successors are elected
and qualified. Tlie board of direc
tors may adopt such by-laws for the
regulation and management of tlie
affairs and business of the corpor
ation as is may deem proper."
And I do further state under oath
that the paid in capital stock of said
bank was at said meeting by a unani
mous vote of all the stock represented
increased from $1.". 000.00 authorized
to $L'5,000.(Mi authorized. of which
JJO.ooo shall he paid in. and that the
full amount of said increase viz
$0,000 has been paid in.
II. A. (JUTHJIAXN
State, of Nebraska,
County of Cass, ss.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
by II. A. Gnthmann. Cashier of the
Hank of Mtirdock. of Murdock, Nebras
ka, this r.th dav of August. 1!1S.
JEKKY E. MelirGir
My commission expires March "o, 1320,
To Pauline Oldham, as Administra
trix of the estate of Oeorge J. OMham,
Deceased: Kichard Conway Oldham
Cuzza J. Raker: Lacuna Connally:
Pauline Oldham: Fav Oldham: John J
Oldham: Jessie I. Snyder: Ellison L
oldkam: James W. Oldham: Vera II
Oldham: Polly Cidhain ana Mary 1
You are hereby notified that on the
22nd day of May 101S. plaintiff filed a
petition in the District Court of Cass
County, Nebraska, praying among oth
er things for an order. to be entered
by the court directing the administra
trix of the estate of Oeorge J. Oldham,
deceased, to convey to plaintiff Lots
one (1) and two (2) and all of Lots
three (3) and four (4) not taken by
Chicago Avenue, in Tilock One Hundred
Sixty-four (164) City or Plattsmouth,
Cass County, Nebraska, upon the pay
ment of the balance of the purchase
price in accordance with the contract
entered into between the plaintiff and
the said Oeorge .1. Oldham, during his
life time on the 10th day of September
You are further notified that there
will be a hearing upon said petition at
the District Court Koom In the Court
House, at l'lattsmouth. Cass County,
Nebraska, on the 3rd day of September
191K. at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.
to all of which and the allegations of
the petition, yon will take duo notice.
JOHN II. HALLSTKOM,
C. A. TiAWLS. Plaintiff.
J22-6 wks. i
IS THE PLAN OF
Tin: iMvritii T on ti r or css
In the Matter of the Ciardia nship of
Agio's Havir, Mary JIavir and Ce
cil ie Havir, Minors.
OriU-r i 1mmv I'riuwe.
This cause came on for hearing npon
the petition of Mary I. lielohlavv. as
guardian of the estate of Agnes liayir,
Mary Havir. and Cecilie Havir, minor.-,
praying for a license to sell the un
divided 1 -:; interest of each of :-.tbl
minors in and to the following de
scrhed leal estate. to-w:t: Iits 1,
ard -I in lilock :, and Lots in, 1,
and 12 in I Hock 1 '). all in Dukes ad
nition to tho city of Plattsmouth.
Cass county. N braska. for- the support
and maintenance and edication of said
minors, there not being sufficient per
sonal property to furnish support and
maintenance and expense of education
for said minors.
It is therefore ordered that all per
sons interested in said estate may ap
pear before me at Ce District Court
room in the said city of l'lattsmouth,
Cass county. Nebraska, on the J'trd
day of September-, Kris, at lu o'clock
A. to show cause why a license
should not be granted to said guard
ian to sell so much or all of the ahovo
!escri!ed real estate as shall be nec
essary for the support, ma i r. t na n ci;
and expense of education of said min
ors and for their best interests. This
order shall be published in the l'latts
mouth Semi-Week ly Journal for a per
iod of four weeks successively before
the date of heating.
Dated this 2-:rd day of August. 1IHS.
JAMES T. I! EC LEY.
Judge of the District Court.
OICIEIt OF 1 1 1 : A It I V ON l'IMIJjn
FOIt AIM'OINTMF.Vr OF
viniiMvnt vi oit
Tho Slate, of Nebraska,
ly. ss. Ih Oiiiuty Court.
In tho Matter of the Estate of il
liam K. Fox, deceased:
On reading and tiling the petition of
E. (J. Dovey Ac Son. praying th.-.t Ad
ministration of said estate may be
granted to John McNurlin, as Adminis
I rat or.
Ordered, that September l!ih, A. .
HHS. at 10 o'clock A. M.. is assigned
for hearing said petition, when all per
sons interested in said matter m.-iv
appear at a County Court to be held in
and for said County, and show cause
why the prayer of petitioner should
not le granted; and that notice of s ho
tendency of said petition and tho
hearing thereof be given to all persons
interested in said matter bv publish
ing a copy of this order in the l'latts
mouth Journal, a semi-weekly news
paper printed in said county for three
successive weeks, prior to said dav of
Dated August 11th. 191 S.
ALLEN .1. KEESOX
Iiy Florence White, Clerk
'J t V V
l W. A. K0BEETS0N,
- East of Riley Hotel,
m Coatcs Block,
M' i mm
Do you know that Home Builders. Inc. is
exclusive in its plan of a 6 investment, dif
fering from any Nebraska concern that may
1. Home Builders invests none of its funds
except under mortgage security. It loans its
funds only for constructions of homes and
other buildings and only where Home Build
ers takes the building contract.
2. Do you know of any other concer any
where similar to Home Builders, Inc., which
invests its funds in mortp;ae security only?
American Security Co., Fis. Agts.
HOME BUILDERS, Inc.,
E. P. Lutz Agent, Plattsmoute, Neb.
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