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THTJP.SDAY. 0CT03EB 21. 131S.
PLATToXOUTH SEMI-VVXEKLY JOURNAL
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7b fie Vbfers;
Having received the nomination for Lieutenant Governor,
I am asking for your support at the coming election. Having
served you twice in the State Senate, I refer you to my work
while in that body. I have endeavored at all time? to represent
my constituents, in what I deemed they desired, and for the best
interest of all and my State. I am a Cass county man, and I
am at all time interested for good government and justice to all,
regardless of any party lines. I assure you that if I am honored
with this position, I shall exert my best efforts to honorably dis
charge the duties that may devolve upon me.
W. B. BANNING.
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notk'k t n n-i: i:sii i:nt ik-
K K.N' WANT. HIS HKIKS. I.K'IATKK."'.
I'KVISKKS. I !;:. N. KKi'KKSK.NT
ATIYKS. ANI AM. l'i:i:S( p.S ixtki:
KTK1 IN ills KSTATK. of: HIS .-TC-
T V. HciniVrffr. ti'-st r-:il nam
ur.kri'iu ri. if living, if iler ;i.vt-.l, tl.
ittikiiown li.:rs. 1- v is.-t-v. !-ra t rt t
snal r.-j-r-st mat i v-s. uinl nil oilir-r
j-i'sons int r st-il in Lis estate.
Vi;u anil !i of vou are 1it-!v
miri-i! tiiat on li t- IMh .lav of n-tol.f'r
ll'ls. tlit-t-f whs a I't-titi.Mi fill in tl
I'istrict oiirt of I'ass County. .Vr-tiras-k;i.
in wi.i. n .U...i(, Warua was plnin
tiff. ami K. V. ilrimliis;tr, first leal
ikame unknown, if livintr. 1:" iir- as-.i,
i ! unknown l.t iis. ilevisffs, lra:atri-s.
Personal represn t a t i vt-s anil all otlr-r
jwrsons Inlerfsteil in his rsta'f. to-ir-tl:r
with others, ivnv oVt-!ilants.
The object and juaver of wSK n j.-u-tion
is to quiet the tit!e in the ilain
t iff Joseph Warpa, to
Lots live i .". six ( c seven "
and eiirlit est in It lock ti:t
seven ;:? in Voi'ne A.- HaVs Ad
dition to tin- Citv of l'luttsnioutl:.
t'asn County. Nebraska.
lit-caiie said plaintiff has bad the
:n tnal. open. n t i i u--. i-vi-hisivc and
adverse possession thereof, and every
pa reel ami portion Hereof for in ore
than ten years last past prior to the
eornmeneenient of said action and lor
Vou and ach of you are further
notified that vou are required to ans
wer said petition on or before Mun
dav the ltllii dav of leeember l!lN.
C. A. I:.AVI.S. I'fuintiff.
NOW. READY TO
ALL PRELIMINARIES ARRANGED
FOR THE DEPARTURE OF
C. C. WESCOTT FOR FRANCE
WILL LEAVE HERE IN 10 DAYS
Will Remain In New York For
About One Week For Special
From Wednesuny's Taily.
C. C. Wescott received a message
jesterday announcing the comple
tion of arrangements for his de
parture for France, where he be
comes a secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
and where he will work with the
soldier boys during the remainder
of the war. The message which he
has received, reads as follows:
New York, N. Y., Oct. 2S.
C. C. Wescott.
Pleased to state all Governmental
and Association matters now ready
KNOCKS OUT PAIN
BE FIRST ROUND
Comforting relief from pain
makes Sloan's the
This famous reliever of rheumatic
aches, soreness, stiffness, painful
sprains, neuralgic pains, and most
ether external twinges that humanity
suffers from, enjoys its ' great sale;
because it practically never fails ta
bring speed y, comforti-g relief.
A!v.-iys ready for use, it takes little
tc penetrate without rubbing and produce
results. Clean, refreshing. At all drug
stores. A large bottle means economy.
ill h v v WBMHIWWiJ
Cnt This Cut It is Worth Money.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with Zc to Foley & Co.,
2SC5 Shefutld Ave.. Chicago, 111.,
writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive in return
a trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for
cough?, colds and croup. Foley Kid
ney Tills and Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. Sold everywhere.
For Sale Barred Rock Cockerels,
$1.50 each. Mrs. C. F. DeJung.
knowing what it means, he deserves
a lot of credit and public apprecia
tion. Aman In that work is paid just
his actual expenses, and his depend
ents are paid their normal expenses
at home. There is no salary and no
chance for gain. Moreover, men
now in that work must stay for the
j duration of the war if they are of
draft age, and most of them are.
for you to report to New ork T. .nrv , iho ..V" h.,tc ,.,,
earliest Monday or Tuesday, prepar-, . . . . . tB f . . rc
and often takes as much danger and
, rusk of life and limb as do the fight
ing soldiers, all without anj- chance
' of gaining a commission, a decora
tion or other military recognition or
i However, the soldiers served are
learning to appreciate the work of
, these men and in the days after the
j war is won it is likely that a Y. M.
i C. A. worker, or worker in any of
j the other organization huts who do
' a similar service, will have as much
j honor and recognition from the sol
diers as any other man who helped
win the war.
ed to sail after week's training. Con- !
ference on arrival. Leave heavy
baggage at depot, take hand bag.
Hotel Bristol, twenty-two and forty
ninth street. For Hotel assignments
before reporting, War Personal board
wire date you will come.
Y. M. C. A. War Personal Board
The Omaha Trade Exhibit has the
following to say regarding Mr. Wes
cott: C. C. Wescott of Plattsmouth, of
the C. E. Wescott Sons company and
secretary of the Nebraska Retail
Clothiers Association, has gone to
France to serve the soldiers of Uncle
Sam and our allies in Y. M. C. A.
This sort of service is greater than
most people appreciate, and when a
young business man like Mr. Wes
cott (and there are lots of them,
and more to go) will give up his
business and take up this work,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT.
U. S. Government
From Wednesday's Daily.
Today in the district court, was
heins: arjrued to the judge, a motion
for the setting aside of the verdic
in the case of Palmer vs. Parmele
in which a verdict was handed down
crvmn -w.-ffl.- npr frivinir Mrs I'nlmpr
a judtrrnent tor some seven tnousanu
J. Li. Roote and C. A. Rawls are
representing T. E. Parmele, Attorney
Broganof Omaha is caring for the
interest of Mrs. Emma Palmer, while
W. A. Robertson is looking after the
interests of the heirs of Will Yolk
ELMWOOD NEWS NOTES.
The Government says. that Christmas business must be spread over three
months to avo;d the usual December congestion of traffic which is "so hurtful to
the interests of the Nation that it cannot be permitted.'
There remains but one good month in which to prepare your Christmas
needs so do your Christmas shopping now. Make our store youi headquarters
for those pretty useful gifts you wish to buy. We have a wonderful selection of
all things new, up-to-date and in keeping with the trend of these war times.
Your Immediate Cold W eather Needs
Warm Winter Underwear!
The nation-wide coal conserva
tion will necessitate more warm
clothing than you have worn in for
mer winters. As usual we have an
ticipated your needs and are carry
ing a very large and complete un
derwear stock and at all prices for
the entire family.
Blankets and Comforters!
When these cold winds blow is
the time one likes to snuggle under
good warm covers. Here is where
you can do your best in conserving
fuel. Less fire will be needed with
plenty of good warm bed covers.
Blankets, all full size, special
showing at $4.50, $8.50, $9.00
Comforters,special showing,at $4.50 j
P. J. Fitch while putting down
well on his dace, was surprised to
have found indications of oil. While
some indications were present they
were not sufficient to cause much
excitement, nor has it increased the
value of the adjacent land.
Mrs. Lola Bowman of Walton
died Friday with Spanish Influenza,
and two hours laters, her six months
old child also died with Influenza
Mrs. Bowman is the daughter of
Mrs. Mable Oliver of Elmwcod
spending: much of her life here and
growing to womanhood in this place
She was about 2 6 years of age.
leaves a husband, three small child
ren, a mother and two sisters.
Mrs. D. A. Youtsey is spending
several weeks in the west, visiting
with friends at Hastings.
The farmers are well along with
their corn picking, and have found
the qualitfy very fair though the
auantitv in short. the shucking
showing an average of about twenty
To George Tl. Bird:
You will take notice tliat on the
26th day of June. ISIS. Hermia K.
Windham filed her petition in the
Tif-trict Court of Cass County. Ne
braska, against you, the object and
prnyer of which is that she mav he
adjudgred owner in fee simple of lot
30 in Mock !". in 1 'lattsmont h. Ne
braska, freed from nil claim of hsuiIp
or interest therein of the said Georae
It. Kird; and that the said 'loortre. K.
Hird and all persons claiming'" by,
Ihrongii or untler him be perpetually
enjoined from claimim; any rin'ht or
title or riht of possession ai verse to
the title and rights of this piaintiff,
her heirs or assigns, ami fi'-m inter
fering with th- peac ible en j men t of
said lot by the plaintiff. Vou are re
quired to answer aid petition on or
before Monday the ISth dav of
November, li'lb. or your default wii!
be entered therein and ti e all-v?at;oiis
of said petition taken n true.
I i I . K .Vi I a i ;. V IXUII A M
To nil IVriii lnrrite! in llie lltt
lule of ( I 11 : .1. fuble. IiiKitiie. now
I Je-eeil :
Vou lire h reby notified th:it Tavid
.1. I 'it man. Miardiati of Atlanta .1. ('ab
le durinir her lifetime, has filed hi?
final oit. and pitition. askini? for
th- approval (!' his said report and
his d is( !;a ri-'c as jr-iardinn.
You are noti:i d that a hearincr will
be bad on said T'lition and final re-
it ten o'clock A.
County .1 ud
v of November,
M.. at t he -office
in the court
house, J'lattsniontli. Cass County, N-
All objections therto must be on file
before said date.
hv the Court.
ALT.KX J. BfCKSO.V.
lO-iM-lw County Judrf.
MlTK i; TO f IthDITlliiS
State of Nebraska,
County of Cass, ss.
In ll:r Con lit. v
In the Mult-r Of the j-
K. Kox, I '.-ceased :
To the Creditors of Sa id
ou'are herety riotiiiet!
sit -:t tie C'lcntv Court
City of l'!at I sr.u.uth. in
room in the
on the ii'tii dav of November, l!'lv. at
lit o'clock A. M.. and on the "."th Oay
of February 3!1'J, at 1" o'clock A. -M.,
to receive and examine all claims
airainst said estate with a vjtw to their
:.dj isti.i'-nt and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation if ciana.
airainst said estate is three months
1'r. ni the It'th day of November, -V 1 ..
1!U!. and the time limited for payment
of debts is one yea r from suid liuh
lay of November, 1!IS.
Witness my hand and seal of r;d
Count v Court, this 1Mb dav of Octo
ALI.KN .7. BKKS'hW
Seal. County .luduo.
ily Florence White, CU rk. I'J-uiliv.'
Warn? Dress Goods!
We take exceptional pride in our large and complete line of Dress Goods,
purchased at a time when prices were low and offered lo you at less than cost
prices today. It is practically impossible to purchase an all wool cloth on to
day's market. We show nothing but all wool cloths in prices ranging from
$1.50 up to $5.00; and for those children's dresses for school you can select the
prettiest patterns ever from a large variety of plaids in a wool and cotton mix.
ture at $1.00 per yard.
I wish to announce to the public
that on Nov. the ninth, I will sell at
I the barn in Pacific Junction, Iowa,
100 head of Big Type Poland, in
cluding 11 fall j-earlings that far
rowed litters this fall, 17 head far
rowed last of February, 17 head
farrow in May, and the balance of
the 100 head will be from this fall
litter. In dispersing my herd of big
type Polands, I am giving the swine
raisers an opportunity to secure
breeding seed that would be hard to
equal in this part of Iowa.
I am offering bows that have been
tried, and proven worthy of a place
in the best herd.
They are the large kind that pro
duce the big type, and if you don't
want to raise the big kind, don't
buy these hogs.
You will be able to buy hogs at
this sale that would not be offered
for sale if I wasu't dispersing my
sale. Write for mailing list. Yours
for better swine,
J. R. HODGES,
NOT1C!-: TO N-X 1 :i:Hl I'-KXT l'C-
h i:b.NTS. ALSO T Ni . iMISI
DKN'T OFF K N 1 ' . S TS THK.I!: IN
KXoW'X HKIKS. I ! i VI S Kl-iS. i.i:.
TKFS. l'KKS i.VAh KKI'li FS K.N'TA -Tl
V KS ANO AI.I. UTlllii: I'hkM'NS
iNTFKFSTFO IN THFIK FSTATFS.
To Sconce I 'avis, if living, if deceas
ed, the unknown heirs, devise.-s, lega
tees, personal representative.-? and a ! I
persons inteersted in his .-state;
Charles Vo.ut. if livinpr. if deceased, . no
unknown heirs, devisees. Irtai-vs. per
sonal representatives and a! other
persons interested in his estate; Abra
ham leyo. if living, if tb-cea - ed. t!:e
unknown heirs, devisees, leffatet s. per
sonal representatives and all other
persons interested in his estate;
Augustus Frans. Kemper Frr.ns, L.a
vina Wolfe: Fmma Cross; Joseph Sans
and Susie Sans.
You and each of you are Tierehy noti
fied that on the ::ith day of iotber
u petition was filed in the
trict Court of Cass County. Nebraska,
in which Flora F. Sans was pjnintih'.
and you. together with others w I e de
fendants. The object and praver of which pe
tition is to uiet tiie title in tit plain
tiff and her frrantee to the i-jIIov.
described real estate to wit:
The Fast half of the Northwest
Quarter: also the West half f the
Northeast Quarter: also t he Northeast
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter: al
so the Northeast Quarter of the South
east Quarter; also the Fast I.:;lf of
the Northeast Quarter of tie S'titl
west Quarter: all in Section seventeen
17 Township eleven ill North
Kantre fourteen Uli Fast t.lh 1".
Cass County, Nebraska.
You are required t ansvr said
petition on or Lefore the v.th d,'- of
Oecember 1!1S. FFOKA F. SANS.-
C. A. KAWLS. Tla.'titifT.
.TO T'dCH A ! : I CONWAY OhPlTAM
ANO WIF1-: Fi.MA oI.l'iiAM: I.A KFN
CONNICI.LY: JOHN .1. OLIHAM ANO
WIFK KOSF OFOll AM: .' FSS I ! O.
SNYOFi: ANO Hl'Sl:Mi 1 i '.S i ; Y
SNYOFIO NO MAKY I.. C':A!5. I'!".
You will take notice that on the 2(th
day of October liO-. Cay iMh:im.
fhntiff herein, liled her petition in
the District Court of Cass i':n !ily, Ne
braska, against you and Ci:;va .1. ihih-
er, 1'auline oitiam. l.nisoti ild!.; i.i
and wife Maud Oldham: .bu'i-s AY.
Oldham and wife l-;Tie f)ldi am: Y i a
II. Oldham. T'ollv Ynnnu and bits-baud
Homer Voun?, the obie-t and prayer
of which are to partition l.i tv.-i-n
plaintiff yourselves and the above nam
ed defendants, the following described
en I estate, to wit:
The West half of the Northwest
Quarter of Section thirty :; i : t lo
west half of the Southw.st Quarter
of Section thirty "(M : and hut two CJ )
in the Southwest Quarter of the
Southwest Quarter of Section nineteen
ISO all in Township eleven m Kanire
fourteen (14) Cass Count v, Nebraska.
You are required to answer said :ej-
tition. on or before the Jiitii day of
Oecember 101S. FAY" Ohl'iHAM.
C. A. ll.UVLS, 3 'hunt iff.
rfr,n psR'P'Pirja PfPwfKP OCTnTSBD
The State of Nebraska. Cass County.
ss. In the County Court.
In the Matter of the Fstate of John
Micin, Oecensed. s
On read ins atwl lilincr the petition of
Mary Micin prayins that A.d ninisfra-
t ton of sr.iil Fstale mav he jaant'il to
John M. Meisinirer as Administrator.
Ordered. That November l'.Uh. A. I .
3 91S, at Ten o'clock A. M. is assigned
for heai-ins said petition, when all
persons interested in said matter may
appear at a Countv Court to be h hi
in and for said County, and show
a use why the prayer of petitioner
should not be frranted: and that no
tice of the pendencv of said petition
and the bearing thereof be civon to
all persons interested in sail mith-r
by publishing: -a. cov of this order in !
the l'lattsmouth Journal, a f-emi-week- !
ly newspaper printed in said County,
for three successive weeks, prior to f
said day of hearinjr. !
Dated this 1'lst dav of October. A. O.
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OF FALLS CITY
FARMER, STOCK RAISER
AMD BOSiESS RflAW
ndorssd by the People
That Governor Moreheaa" enjoys the confidence of thd
people of Nebrcska is shown by the. vele he has received
ach time they have hed an opportunity to express themselves.
rcrm'natccJ for Governor
Re-nozninntccf by 23,631 Majority
Over LMoarest Opponent
Re-elected by 18,977 Majority
Over Ills Opponent
dominated for United States Senator Receivinc
17,945 Votes filore Than His Tiearest Oppon
ent, With Five Candidates In the Field.
In the recent primcry he carried every county in
the state but four.
BUS. MRS H & m&m, THE QEfJTlSTS
The lnrzrest and best eauioped dental offices m Omaha. Experts H
in charge of all work. Lady attendant. MODERATE PRICES.
Porcelain fillings just like tooth. Instruments carefully sterilized
K after using.
:323 THIRD FLOOR, PAXTOM BLOCK, OMAHA
Stopped Ker S'
Buy that W. S. S. to-day.
Call Phones S3 and 54.
Full blood White Leghorn, single
comb roosters, at 1.25 each. Frank
Dill, Murray Neb.
I rt- r n
No remedy i3 LctLvr irnftwn than
""oley's Ilonej' and Tar for giving
tquicK relief from coughs, colds and
croup. Mrs. W. M. Stevens, Vivian,
W. Va., writes: "My baby had a
terrible cough, and nothing did him
any good. I read about Foley's
Honey and Tar, the firrt dose help- ;
ed Mm and in tv.o days the cough
stopped. Sold everywhere. 1
J - Journal Want-Ads Pay!
Plattsmouth, Neb., Oct. 28.
Banker's Autcmombile Ins. Co., Lincoln, Neb.
Gentlemen: On Sept. 28th, I had the misfortune
to damage a Dodge car owned by L. L. McCarty, of
this place. Your adjuster, after investigating the acci
dent gave me a check covering the damage to Mr. Mc
Cart3''s automobile. I hold your policy No. A. N. 239,
on my automobile covering hre, public liabilty and pro
perty damage. Yours truly,
JOHN W. CRAB1LL,
Ask our agent, Mrs. L. W. Egenberger, in regard
to our complete coverage policy and special farm car
rates, covering your car auvwhere in the United States.
BANKER'S AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO.,
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