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MONDAY. JANUARY 13, HH9.
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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THE FUTURE IS
VISION GAINED BY ONE OF THE
LITTLE FOLKS AT THE EAST
ERN STAR ORPHANAGE.
CATCH THE TREND CF EVENTS
! while DeKite plays the piano. The
! friends assembled are of wealth and
akfS I'Icte Of the Result Of the j power as she travels in hiuh s. ci. ty.
Years Which Are As Yet j She is indeed extravagant in her
Unfulfilled. ! ideas in her home anil children. Her
work is only her music, as her do
jmestie work is done by hired htlp.
ii-,.. ,,i the little lolks at the Hast-
i re .-Mar Orphan;' gt
has written the
lath. wing as sc-u i y ner v. m n i ue
veil of the future has been drawn
.-i.ie and ti e re.-ult-; of the coming
. , .
year brought to light. j
-t".. t i tr-,,,-
Star Hc:ne Kembers
from h !!ie to
I : ! : ! e
! -. former members
i;:ne is th' vear of 1 0 :1 :..
I-'.i: -'!i y ;:!; from the time the
members mentioned were all as-
the little,' white cottage
i- I'liitt: mouth. .Neoraswa.
The "Spirit" iirsi visits the heme
i " C. C. Harris. I! i- quite an
ari-fei rai ic bilking place in Detroit.
I. ( kit'T iw t!.r
Ti"- fi- ;!:.( e
a 1..-.. !.( ke-1
' I ..! r ' v.i:h hi
ren. His i-.air
is a fathrrly
tln-iiii folk s
of liis V i!' ; '
a indow r( t lie dr:: v
!: ::! a plea.-;.nt sig!it.
i - 'I only light. On
-:; we s-e (Jeorge
s v. at:l ! a o chilil-
i (;!!; gray bu h"
b-.oking fellow. al
ly V.e is iiK-onsid-'ratc J
times, for -:e must !
1-nibi tl.e V.n - in the r.:r,rt:i!tn while
be lies in be.! 1 o?!:-r little things
that are di-;.'-:reevble. "Aunty
Smi'i " as she ws 1;et known to
in "Spirit of t'i" Heme" is knitting
.soeks. II r l air i.i n:ite gray and
b r lre s is o-ry simple. bu thr
beavetil.v sn ile t-iat always layed
aroojiil l.er month rev.-iins lb? same
thru-t all t'l-ve e-irs. Sin- Is a :
j.j. . f ...... w ,,f U.r i;,c.
tiled of it.
i : :i borne lui! very
.! I lleorrre is gettitig
All be hears vh'ii h"
N ' Tb-g. !"ag. Flag".
e -.)'M;ry uvil lecture ;
K at h'-:ae
She tieirs J h
ft! ""I'll" (Te-.r
Fla" t hat bi inu
Way to lnug s
b-r famous world
wide k:i iwi; -ji . ). The two child
ren are ur.krio-.n to the "Si.irit" for
tbey were n t ineniliers ol" the East
ern Star l!n Little (leorge. as
the hoy is -a!I i- a very intelli
gent looking fellow. The little
girl Jane is a beautiful girl. re
f emblitig l,, r nu t her. is studying- a
piece for school. yu(I see little .Jane
A Few Specials!
weet Cider 70c Gal.
Evaporated Corn, 15c package
Black Walnuts, $2.00 per bushel
Onions, 5c per pound
Large Can Pineapple, 35 and 4Cc
Large Jar Mustard, 10c
has inherited her mother's speaking
The "Spirit" next comes upon a
younfc mail of 25 years. He is seat
ed at an office desk smelling a flow
er. Mather strange, but not o to
the "Spirit". Although a space of
15 years have slipped by this young
man's fancy for flowers had not
died. Mis wife being of rather high
birth could not be satisfied with his
many conservations of flowers, so
he took up law that he had studied
at Princeton in order to be in her
circle of friends. His home was
happy for indeed no man could be
more considerate anil loving to his
wife. His home was in New Or
leans among the palms and many
flowers. His little bright eyed son
Kugene Bell Smith was now one
year old and is the apple of Rueko's
eye. Although Mr. I. B. Smith's
time is taken up with his books and
his borne, in thinking of the days
at the "Home", he doesn't fail to
remember the fair haired girl he
spent so many pleasant months
with. The "Spirit" smiling a smile
of satisfaction passes on.
Passing on into the quiet even
ing breeze the 'Spirit" was halted
by the sweet strains of music from
a harp. As it move:- closer, it again
recognized one of its vlstors. DeKtte
was known to the "Spirit" became
of her frequent visits to the orphan
age. DeKtte was dressed in one of
the model evening gowns. Her
black hair and eyes making her in
deed a picture. She was giving a
recital. As she finished playing the
harp h'r husband, a famous protes
:, r. sti-n- forward with his violin
But as her husband i in v. position
.to give her whatever she commands
, u i in. use- n. ......
jKuth. whom she promised to name
after one of t he girls of the Home is
; , II..- l:ti n rip
t '.ur years old. A very sv.ee
but Oh. the temper, but she
,-M r",v lt as ,:r ""pr '- The
iinn a lew mourns nti. tier iiuiue
. i i
whivh over look's a tu:et lake in
southern California is happy.
could be happier would not the mis
tress constantly let the family know
fh is the head or more roughly
speaking the Boss. Casting a last
Kiaiii'P hi i a is eiiui act er lisi toie auu
her company go to the wonderful
. . . . i , i . . . . . . . . i . . . .... .i
banquet hall the "Spirit" floats on.
But who could this be all in a
white apron and large dark glasses.
.Evidently they are making an acid
! experiment. He remove': the bid
' coi:s glasses antl a young man of IT
'years is recognized by the spiri' im
, merlin ely. .lack is in his hejaht of
. glorv. His h-braK'.rv with its t.:. :iv
shelves and tables and bottles .-.nd
t( t tubes is what he enjoys: after a
day's work. He would gladly .-pe"d
a'.l of his time in here, hut as his
training has lu'velopeil him for an
instruct ir in a mackir.e-ts school,
he cm be j:: bibratory only in
hi.- spare hours. Ho was elected as
instructor i!i a .Machinists School
because of his wide knowledge .f
nisi hinery. He has traveled a great
deal but always comes back to Ne
braska. Mis home is a comfortable
abode hut f. )t elegant. Hi wife is
a very'industrioiis woman and doc:.;
all of her own work which 5s ap
ireeiatefl. The twins John and
Jean are hoth very miseliovious a -id
they also are hoth possessors of a
wonderful head of red hair. Al
though .Mr. Klossnor's hair is turn
ed quite dark now. the Spirit in pie
turing him as he was at the East
ern Star Home knows when tin
little fellows inherit their red hair.
He has a happy home, of course the
occasional family row adds spice to
life, but aside from that h- is a
prosperous young fellow who al-
ways make good because of his
truthful dealing. As the Spirit
watches him as he goes to the gar
age where there are two cars, a
Marinon C4 and a racer We sees Jack
jump into the racer and speed'down
the street about 50 mile.s an hour.
The Spirit shrugs his shoulders and
says, "Just as I thought" and sails
Before it is really aware of where
it is sailing it finds itself in a crowd
of theatre going folks. The bright
lights and the gay parties signify
that something unusual is going to
happen. Even Spirit:; are curious
so it entered and low and behold
another character of the Eastern
Star Home was discovered. The
Spirit listened with pride to the
sweet birdlike notes that fell from
the wonderful singer's lips. The
crowd went wild but the Spirit only
watched the little singer. Her gold
en hair piled high on her head and
her sparkling eyes and her slight
form brought back memories of the
days she was "just Kitty" but now
the world knows her as Prima Dona
Sylvestra Klossner. She was never
married. Her disappointment in
her early days could never be for
gotten so her life wa:". given to her
music and caring for her aged fath
er. She was of great weatlh. gain
ed of course by her v:iee. She en
tered her limousine and shutting
the dorr upon her admirers she pass
ed off into the night little know
ing that the Spirit of the ( E. S.
Home sent home with her bis
Being a Sabbath morning t'.-.-r
Spirit of the O. K. S. H .me drif's
into a house of worship. Tue
preaching as lie stands with bo wen
head asking for blessings of the
Great Father, a stranger to the
Spirit but ;.s be gian?es over to the
ortan from which heavenly strains
of music peals forth he almost
gasps: those bright snappy brown
eyes were indeed not strange. Joan
Oh. litle mischevious Joan, who
would ever have thought. Follow
ing them home Irom church tin
Spirit found it to be the most poac
loving scene yet. The young fair
haired preacher rtnd the dark coiu-
plexioned little Joan as they sat
down to the'r meal with bowe
beads. All reemed to be peace a
love and harmony. There little par
ish was vry comtortably furr.bh
ed and they were indeed very hppy
Joan indeed was loved by nil am
had mad:' a success of life.
Leaving this happy homo h;
Spirit floated on into a business of
fire where the Editor-in-chief of tl
New lurk Times was in a lit ot
temper because the type seller f
got to put a pi ee in the paper about
his 20th hirthdav and being the
voungest EiMtor-in-chiot ever in
office. The Spirit instantly knw
when lie glanced at the door. on
which was the following. "Frank
Parmenter. Editor-in-Chief, I 1 1
vate." that another member of tin
Home had made use of his ideas
He pictured Frank as he would
hurry along his newspaper rou't
back in 1 ft 1 S and now tn head
the great e;-t pamr in the count rv.
The Spirit was brought out of hi?
shock by a curly haired voung ladv
who came into the office and said
llnbby dear. I have been up town
shopping and 1 want vou to take
mo to. lunch." Crabbing his sil
hat he leaves the office.
lhe Spirit was so shocked it could
hardly move away hut urged on hy
ps ever exploring nature the Spirit
was sui prison to see a young man
about N.'.". or 24 years old in a beau
tiful wood. He was examining tlw
bark on a tree. Who could tliis
young naturalist be. Cpon lookin
emser me pirn again discovered
one of its members. lialpn Par
menter never did have much , ; say
so the Spirit was not surprised that
Ralph had chosen the life that lead
him off to himself and nature. The
young man was forced ro leave in
order to keep an appointment with
a young lady. Leaving the young
naturalist who had chosen t; lead
such a quiet life the Spirit come up
on a very heavy sot fellow who was
the manager f a cattle and hog
ee was a w -lithe voung
fellow and as
far and ordered
stepper! into his
his ehaffeur to
drive to a certain
him hut was not
street, the Spirit
sine. As the
young- m:-n come to the door of ;
very fine resilience a yopng lady
optii'-d tlie Moor and said "Whv Paul
1 thought you never would get
here." Yes the Spirit know; now
that again one of its mom hers had
As the Spirit leisurely moved on
lie was attracted bv a large crowd
gathered around a railroad station.
What could all this be. Moving
closer to the center of the crowd
the Spirit could hardly believe his
eyes. A young telegraph operator
was surrounded with his friends
who were shaking his hand and call
ing him "hero" Claude, who had
just saved the lives of over a bntv'-
red passengers by telegraphing to
la station to hold the train, which j
I might have been wrecked by anotb-
er train, was indeed a popular young
man. The Spirit smiled and after
fading away from tl.e noi-jy crowd,
it could still hear Claude's hearty
laugh as it rang out on the cri?p
i veiling breeze.
Drifting on. the Spirit was again
hailed by music from an orchestra.
Slipping in among the beautifully
dressed young ladies and handsome
young men the Spirit learned that
the college boys from Vale were
giving a dancing party. The lead
ing couple gliding across the floor
can id the Spirit to stay for the
fair haired, bright-eyed young man
made the Spirit stop and think. As
the young man led his partner to
one of the cozy corners, the young
lady called him Mr. Cole. Had she
raid. "Chubby" the Spirit would
have immediately recognised him
but even at that it wasn't long be
fore the Spirit made another dis
covery which made him smile. Mar
vin Cole had been attending Vale
College and was a leader in athlet
ics and also in the social circles. lie
was a very popular young man
ptuong the ladies because of M
good look and h's champion1 bin in
athletics and in the debating club.
Knowing that Marvin would make
a success as his fellow male", at the
home had. he left the merry-nr'.i.u.g
After seeing each of th" members
of the Homo as they were started
in the different walks of life the
Spirit was anxious to once more
visit the little cottage. But what
a change, where was the little white
home like cottage. Of course the
shouts that could be beard for miles
around, fifteen years ago were no
more, but the Spirit expected that.
Coaling up to the corner where the
eottace once stood the Spirit was
amazed. A thriving garage was in
its plate. The business districts of
the town luul pushed out further
ami what used to be a resident dis
trict was now a busy Main street
with its street ears and skyscraturs.
The Spirit was disappointed
eause it had hoped to wander
through th? halls and rerun.? that
wire once tiller! with shouts and
trie; and all manners of noises.
Bowing its heal as it floated over,
the ground, thr.t was precious to th"
memory of the Spirit i prud cnev
more a visit to the Harris home be-
fore returning to its "Land of
Spirits". Again the Spirit pa-i-e-'
ind say Ar.r.fy Smith as she was
seated in a chair v.i'.h her hands
on the heads ol her little ones as
they were saying their evening
prayer. This dear sweet mother
was really the one that had started
the lives of each one of the mem
bers of the Eastern Star Home on
its road. With her loving rare she
helped each one to choose high
ideals and to look info a bright fu
Her patience and her understand
ing of each child, and her unselfbh.
loving disposition anil her living
for others, was an example worth
following. Such (dements could not
help but bring out the gold in char
The Spirit could hardly tear it
self away from this place because
within this home was one that had
made the lives of many others worth
"Mother we all know is a sacred
And we all rc.-'poci and honor the
That she suffered lo make us al!
That is why her name we never mar.
When Cod called our mother to his
To leave Ibis world of sin for a
realm of love.
There ro four little hearts thai
were bleeding and sore.
For the one that had left them lo
return no more.
But when we wire bcerft of our
mot her so dea r.
Aunty Smith came, our lives to
I ler patience and unselfishness :i,u'
Won our hearts, bv her wonderful
And as we are gathered here this
With happy hearts, not bleeding
I'm sure as mother looks down from
She casts her blessing on Aunty
Smith for her love.
nd care of we four who to her
td for mother and ve four wish
her best Christmas ebeer.
No poetry or speech that my p'-or
tamniering tongue could sav could
begin to fully sing Mrs. Smith's
praises for what she has done for
ve four ami I truly wish she could
know the appreciation and grati
tude in our hearts for her efforts
to make our Christmas joyous since
m-.. f.rr :-epirr.feil from our loved
ea, tie Journal Ads It Pays
SICK WITH PNEU
MONIA IN THE WEST
E. G. HUBBELL OF PLATTSMOUTII
ILL AT CAMP FREMONT, CALI
FORNIA, WIFE CALLED.
From Thursday's Paily.
This morning Mrs. E. O. Hubbcll
of this city received a message from
the physician at Camp Fremont,
California, announcing the very ser-iou-;
illness of her husband, Mrs. E.
(. Hubbcll, who is in. the training
camp at that place, and very sick
with the pneumonia. Mrs. Hubbell
has received a letter from her hus
band last Saturday, in which he had
said that he was sick, but though it
was not serious, and the wife had
been expecting additional word as
to his condition. She heard noth
ing until the receipt of the wire
! announcing the serious condition.
1 and telling that the husband had
been taken to the government hos
pital. Mrs. Hubbell departed this
: afternoon- for the west, hurrying to
the bedside of her husband in the
; hope that she might be aide to con
tribute to his welfare and comfort.
, knowing full veil .-ho cannot re:eh
ibim for a number of days at the
leariie-t train will not r.rrive at the
camp, on which she could go. un-
, til Sunday night. She will receive
:: wire e.t Denver, advising her re
garding his condition, and another
'one at Salt Lake City, and will thus
i keep in as clo.:e touch as possible
of bow he is shall go with the sick
' i:i:!!! w hile she is on the way, hiirry
i ing will: all speo.fl to his bedside.
, We hope that she may find him ini
; prow d with the danger having pass
ed. HAVE COMPLETED THE
l-'min '1 I oi i s.la v's Ini!?
Some time since at a moot in?
f.,r the forn:i:li.m t.f an orcaniza-
ttion. looking to work for the
jmt"ian and Syrian Relief, or
the eato of people,
who are suffering for want of some
filing to eat or wear, there was an
organization formed, with the fol
lowing personnel of oflicers; A. J.
Hargetf. chairman. Robert Walling
and Frank ?.l. Best or a;: the treas
urer. Some time later Rev. Hargetf
was oalled away wih the offer of
the chair in mathematics in the
Philips University at Enid, Okla..
and Robert Walling enlisted in the
service, as a member of the balloon
school, and subsequently went to
France. This left only the treasur
er remaining. This morning' Charles
N. Willielm of Omslia. who has th
state of Nebraska in hand for that
organization, appointed Rev. A. V.
Hunter ns chairman, and Rev. L. W.
Scot as Cue fecretary who with Mr.
Frank M. liestor will make up the
county organi.a! ion. Vou will hear
from this board in the near future.
PLAIN QUESTIONS TO
Every Plattsinouth Reader Will Ad
mit the Soundness of the Logic
Would Plattsmouth people recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills as thev do
if the medicine were not reliable?
Would they confirm their statements
after yecrs have elapsed if their ex
periences did not show the remedy to
be deserving of it? Statements like
the fo. lowing must carry conviction
to the mind of every reader:
W. M. Barclay, chief of police.
Fifth and Pearl Sts.. Plattsmouth,
says: I have bought Doan s Kidnev
Pills from the Crescent Pharmacy,
and can say they are all right. For
lumbago and trouble from the kid
ney secretions Doan's are splendid.
After I used them the pain across my
back left immediately." (Statement
given December 2f, 1IMS).
On February 22, l'Jlfi, Mr. Barclay
said: "I have taken Doan's Kidnev
Pills for years and they have never
failed to do good work when I have
had need of a kidney medicine."
Price ;c at ail dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get i loans Kidney Pills the same
that Chief Barclay had. Foster-Mil
burn Co., Mfgrs.. Buffalo, X. V.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Pefore ming this preparation for
a cough or cold you mav wish to
know what it has done for others.
Mrs. O. Cook, Macon. 111., writes, "I
have found it gives the cjuicket re
lief of any cough remedy I have
ever toed.' Mrs. Jr.mes A. Knott,
Chillicolhe, Mo., says "Chambcr-lain'-s
Cough Remedy cannot be beat
for coughs and colds." II. .1. Moore,
Oval, Pa., says "I hae used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy on several
occasions when I was suffering with
a settled cold upon the chest and it
has always brought about a cure.
Stationery at th Journal office
.Kot intents ISFlmiTn:
H o'; I i-,,- 't rr ST. .1
" ALoe i"-. -' . - . ,i
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b - j
I helpful Remedy for
To the ci:i:i mti i :s .ni iii:n:
... , , . ' AND AM. HTM El: I'KlJSi.XS I N I" 1 : 1 : -
In the Pisin.-t ( ourt of the County ; v:sTI.;j , X -fUi; i;STTi: i IMllT-
et cass, .ci.i-a.-kn. , , v i i:ri:..si:i . and t
Charles C. l'arm-ie. PlaintitT THE CKKPITOIIS AND HEli:.- M
-vs- .m.i iitiHii: i'i:t:suNs i.vn:i:i:sT-
.fa.oh '. Falter: M;u-v Falter: . CD IX T'i!-: KSTATE 'F ' 1 1 A ! : 1 . 1 : s
I'. Olson, first real name unknown: NKKi:. Di;ci:.si-:i .
Mrs. o. I'. .Is. hi. tirsr real name V"il aie li.iel.-y rt Ili.-.l t!:at m, ll
unknown, wife of ). p. rilson: .1. , D'tli day of I n-. . in )..-r Mils, S.i:.i!i
N. King, first real name unknown; I'lizal.eth l.'.or. tiled l-.-r ti. tlM.-n in
Mrs. .1. X. Kinir. first real iiaine tin- Cimtv Cmiit ..f i';is C.,,in!, X. -
unknown, wife of J. X. Kiner; W. hraska: tin- ehj.-. t and i- ..f
P. Winslow, first real name on- wl.i.-h ale for the .h.olg.- of :iii
known: Clarence A. Atkins. m: V.r- county to fi a time and j.!a..- of '..i -
,H.st ; Shel!. nl.aiger; Texas Kio '" "ie a I lec a I :ns of thf- iw-i i t .
C.ri.nd.- Coinpanv, "a 'e'oii.ora t in n, d.l.rmine who all II. I.. Irs of
and Pi ed Wagner. - ' in ' "" '., K"' ' 1 ' " '
Defendants. V ",s ;' 1 ' ' !."
that f.olh nurton C. I-.m-i aie' Cl:iil
..licc .f Mi,t K. i-.-. .m.'.I int,-t..t.- in C.-,s Coin-.
To th.- defendants, . . Olson, first N hr.. .-Mid to enter it ..i.:.i- t;iiini:;
reel name unknowii: Irs. e. P. Olson, el! claims a:rainst li e evi n,- .l Cuiloo
tirst real name unknown, wife of O. Kerr, and against the .:t:ite .f
I'. Olson: .T. X. Kinsr, tirst real name Oha'i..- Kor, and s:.i. p.tilli.ti al
unknow n: Mrs. J. X. King, first real Tewing that Men it S. K- i r, n... ni.-i-name
unknown, wife of J. X. Tving;' iMarried with Lotlie Kerr, who re
Texas Uio fJrande t'nniianv, a Corpo- : sides in Houston. Tevas; Mi ,. ! r.
ration: i now f ntcr-mn rri.-.l witli T::c At-. -
You and each of vou are herehv noti
fied that the plaintiff lias tiled his
amended petition In the almve entitled
action in the IMstrict Court of Cass
county. Xehraska. to foreclose a mort
gage given ly .Tacoh P. Falter and
wile, Mary Falter, to Charles F. Davis.
i.Ksitru'd hv said Charles K. Pavis lo
l-oonaru . r-eiieinei ami assigned ro
said Leonard W. Scheil.el to the plain-
tin. wincn saei morigage is iiate.l
August ltU". ami -was recorded in
the office of the IteRistcr of Perils of
'as count v, Xetn aska, on August t'J,
fsi:t. at 10:01 a. m., in Look :',! of
mort gat cs. ai page ., i , iiiereoi. con
veying lots 11 and PJ In Mock 27 in
the City of I'laitsnmutli. Cass county.
Xehraska. to secure one prom issorv
note for the sum of $ln.0(M.O0 dated
August ., lUi::. and liecommg due
September 1, lftfs, with interest at f.
per cent per annum from September 1.
1 .i I annually as evidenced hy five in
terest notes therewith of even date
and which principal note draws inter
est at P per cent per annum after due
until paid and that the interest note
of Sttoil.un thereon, due September 1.
I!ip. with interest at 10 per cent after
maturity lias not been paid, ami that
said principal note and said interest
note are long past due and by the
terms of said mortgage. the whole
amount is due and payable: that the
taxes for the year 11U7 in the sum of
$006.75 became ilelin.iucnt on the 1st
!av of Mil v, PUS. and remain unpaid
and that the plaintiff asks judgment
oa said principal nop" and Interest
note and said mortgage and to fore
close the eipiity of rclem pt ion against
all the parties therein.
You and each of you hit required to
answer said petition on or In-fore Mon
day, the loth day of February. PHU, or
default against you and each of you
will be duly entered therein.
Dated this L'Sth dav of Pccember,
CHARLES C. PALM K I. P.
YV. A. Robertson.
His, Attorney. (dJO-ltw
If you want to help win tha wax
bus a Liberty Bond and do it toCay.
&Jt tl si
J. E. MASON, Proprietor
Rl Servicc Reo Cars and TrucUs
The New Reo 4-Passenger Coupe
For the man who uses his car every day in the year
who must cover much ground and be in many place;
every day. regardless of weather conditions, ,hi Rc
f especally made. We cordially invite inspection of i,
j . ! : ! $
' -V ft J .
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t hc cntiu9 ccvrfKy, Nt'v vcirtK crr
i.i:r;i. mi i k i:.
revs. rest.!ua in I oat t smo.it Ii. .Ne
braska: -:i iza Let h Kerr. v inl-'-ma
fried with .latn. Cish.l, re i.li!i--c
at Cllenwoo.i. Iowa: and .luih. M Kerr.
si!-.';le. i.si.linv in I 'la 1 1 tiiom i h. Xe
l.iaska. fogetlier ilh your .el if inn
er, constitute the on!-." h.irv- r.t hue
ef Burton C. Kerr, and that the p. ti
ti.'iier Sarah Itlizaheth K.-rr. i Hi.-
iotiI v heir at
law of the .ten;. -.e.
You are further notified that a
hearing upon the c ! leg;, i lotls and
prayer of said petili ui will be had al
the eft ice of the Countv .Indue, m the
Court House at Pta t f -i u on I h . ,- .
ev.untv. X b'aska. no the r' "ml .lav of
January P'tl'. at 'tie hen;- of 1-u
o'clock A. M. and all 1 j. , t ine t..
said petition must be on nle op .,i -fore
said time, or 1! i iaxor tl re.ir
will be allowed and .1. . reo enlete l
accord i ng 1 v.
By the Court.
allhn .1. nrtKsoy.
:'::-::wks. .Ian. .0. C ly .lodge.
Fancj' box paper at this office.
DR. R. P. VVESTOVER
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
cs. 513 PHONE Office 5G7
DR. II. C. LEOPOLD
OSTFOPATHiC PHYSICIAN '
F?'l Allentlon Cillr...M nt tVnmr
ACUTE. DISUASKs TI'.KATKI)
Byes Tested and 01ases Citted
Night Calls Answered After Kourt
and Sundays by Appointment.
8:30 a, nr to 12:00 i-sa n m
Kn.itm Itlork Dl .. r. ,'
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