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THURSDAY. FEBRUARY G. 101?).
PIATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Cbe plattsmoutb journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at PostofTiee, Plattsmouth, Neb., as second-class mail matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
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TOWNLEYISM IN ACTION.
Did the ground hog sec his shad
l'ortupal is not going it for Man
ual training again.
We don't care if we sec six more
weeks of the same kind of weather
we have been enjoying.
One of the hardest things to find
in Plattsmouth is a friend who isn't
hard up at the same time you arc.
When the profit-grabber starts
out to do the most good to the
greatest number, it's "number one"
Put on another plate at the peace
table. Lusatia wants in. Nobody
knows much about Lusatia. but she
I'nless the weather changes, t he
groundhog probably will not see
his shadow, prefering to stay in
the shade where the hot sun won't
Sometimea two baldheads
not better than one.
A fool's inability is never inter
fered with by his modesty.
No man even though he be an
adnostic, admires a woman who
scoffs at religion.
Too much praiso can't be given
to the Red Cross for their work
among the prisoners in the Herman
ramp.-. Had it not been for the
food sent through them. many,
many of the American boys would
As between giving the wife an al
lowance and givinu her the whole
pay check, the argument is all in
favor of niving the whole pay
check. No husband can borrow
much from a wife who has to worry
alone; on an allowance.
It is folly to believe there will
be no more war. It is equally fool
ish to make ourselves believe the
procedure followed in the past war
was the best. A drilled youth of
our land will come nearer banish
ing such struggles in tho future
than any other one factor.
While we do not approve of ev
erything that President Wilson
does, yet there are so many acts
that are right and good, that we
do not. feel just Tied in criticising
those few we do not like. That is
the way every American should
look at the acts of President Wilson.
"(ormany is beginning to per
ceive that she is an outcast nation,"
says a headline. It took only about
three and a half years for her to
gt that through her head. And
once Germany is in a receptive
mood, it may be only a matter of
forty or fifty years before she
learns that by assiduous application
to her own business, bhe may be
gin to regain her place among civil
Thc "icn" which is reported to
have attacked some of the delegates
at the Peace Conference is not an
unusual epidemic at such gather
ings. It was very pronounced at
the Congress of Vienna and caus
ed much trouble. The Germans
caught it while making the Treaty
of Frankfort and never really did
get over it. The present outbreak
is said to be in the form of a slight
skin irritation, not dangerous. Hut
time and the map of Europe will
There Is mors Catarrh In this section
of thf country than all other diseases
put tcjetl.er. and for years it was sup
posed to be incurable. Do'.tors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it lncL.ra.ble. Catarrh is a local disease,
preatly Inlluerctd by constitutional con
ditions and therefore requires constitu
tional trcatr. ?nt. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by 1. J. Cheney
Co.. Toledo, Ol io. l.s a constitunona'
remedy. I taken Internally and eett
thru th Blood on tho Mucous Surface:
of the Sy3tem. One Hundred lo'.lar3 t"
ward 13 offered for any cn?o that i't-.W:
Catarrh Me.Il ir.e laila to cure. Sen 1 to
circul.iri and t osri menial. .
I". J. CHUNKY A- '. Toledo, Oi.lo.
i-'olu by rutf ifi "0u.
Hall's Family Fills constipation.
All the rest of the meal having
hiked in price long ago, now comes
some higher priced coffee with our
The Army of Occupation has re
ceived its American machine guns
in excellent time for the spring
duck shooting season.
One thing about the members of
the legislature, they can adjourn as
often as they please, but they get
no per diem for the time they are
German papers say tl.it Theodore
Roosevelt was tho "arc'i enemy" of
Germany. This is the nost com
plete and wholly satist'ac ry eulogy
that has yet been uttered.
The North Dakota nonpartisan
house refused Monday to pass a bill
forbidding the display of the red
flag in that state. The man who
will bring a bill like that into a
body controlled by that socialist,
A. C. Townley, and expect to get it
adopted might as well expect to
open a Methodist class meeting
with "Tho Gang's All Here."
But it was a good tiling to pro
pose it. It put the nonpartisans on
record. The virtual declaration of
the nonpartisan legislature that
they would do nothing to prevent
the substitution of the red flag for
the Stars and Stripes makes it just
a little clearer what kind of an ex
perience the people of North Dako
ta are going through under . non
partisan leadership and how neces
sary, it is going to be for that state
to shake off the yoke of the bolshe
vik! if she h? to have the confidence
and share the prosperity of the rest
of the country. Minneapolis Tribune.
than 50 years ago. The name of
that army was or rather, iu the
! Grand Army of the Republic.
Over the same route there march
ed, in July, 1917, a lot of fine old
gentlemen who wore the gray
and proud they were to march
there. For that reason there can
be nothing sectional in the idea
that, after all perhaps the most ap
propriate place for the A. 10. F. to
receive the plaudits of its grateful
fellow countrvment would be along
the sweep of Pennsylvania avenue.
Washington. D. C. Stars and
Stripes (official A. K. F.)
However, there is this to be said
for the modern safe: No honesi
man can break it open and take
away the contents. It takes a
fairly well educated yegg.
The little war with the Germans
ended in November, but apparently
the war between regular army offi
cers and national guard divisions
continues with unabated fury.
Congress will be doing some
thing for the common people when
they strike a .death blow to profit
eering not only in high places but
in low places also, where the great
est good to the greatest number
can be done.
Champ Clark made one good
move toward the presidential chair
the other day when he nipped in
the bud the plan to Inaugurate an
other salary grab, increasing the
pay of congressmen from $7,500 to
$10,000 a year.
The Mexican government wants
to buy some airplanes from us.
with which to soar over and drop
bombs on their countryman. Pancho
Villa. Is it possible that the Mexi
cans are growing weary of this lo
cal celebrity, too?
No doubt those who have been
revealing .conscientious objections
to subscribing to Liberty loans and
war relief funds will feel better
about it now, since Mr. Baker has
rewarded the military objectors.
And since the number of those who
religiously object to giving ijp
money greatly exceeds the number
which objects to military duty, Mr.
Baker's course begins to look like
better politics every day.
Young Tom Walling who
been in France f:r some time
arrive soon on this side and
land in Boston, with many of the
boys with whom he has been asso
ciated, a host of them being direct
ly from that city, and the people of
the bean city expect to give the
boys a great reception on their ar
rival. Tom is the only one from
this section with those boys, who
has been with them for some time.
and tncreiorc not altogether a
stranger and will enjoy the time
of his life. Tom has been in some
hard fighting in the country in
France and Germany where most
of the hard fighting was done and
deserves fine treatment over here.
He will most assuredly get the best
in the land when he arrives in Old
Plattsmouth, where we are all ready
ro welcome him with open arms and
There is nothing in the way of
truth in the poet's statement about
"Laugh and the world laughs with
you, weep and you weep alone." mi
les st he latter part of it was in
tended lor those who dwell in large
Here in Platlsmoulh, and in most
every community of like population.
it won't hold good. Let one of the
familos of our community be in
sorrow ami the wnoie coininiinii
feel for them in their affliction and
weeps with them. When parents
lose a soldier boy in the service, in
stantly out goes the sympathy of
other parent, who. too. have a son
fighting for us at home, or ready
to fight, and often there flows a
sympathetic tear for those in sor
row, even though they be not sic
(luainfed with cither the dead or
It has always been the case in
mitk i: m-' si it to w ii:t ti i i.i:.
In the District Court l the County
of Cass, Nchra.Ua.
Albert Timmas. Plaintiff
Mrs. .lames Neill. first real riame
unknown, et at. Defendants.
To the defendants. Mrs. .lames O'Neill,
first leitl name unknown, the unknown
heirs. le isees I ft a tees, personal rep
resent Ht ives and all other persons in
terested in the estate of Thomas I!
I'.i.idon. deceased: the unknown heirs
if visits, legatees, personal representa
tives and all id her persons iiitorevto.
in i he e siate of Mrs. Thomas I!. Gordon
lii-st real name unknown. de eased, the
unknown ln-irs. devisees, legatees, por
. onal representatives and all other pei-
.-.....: iiii. -rest .'ii in t he c.-iaio 01 .10110
W. Clark, deceased: Mrs. John A. Do!
I, ..i, first real name unknown: the un-
L n.iirii lieirs. lli-visiM'S. legatees. per
sonal lciire.-ciilal ives and all other pel
interest..! iii the estate of John
Doleiuaii. d used: the unknown
iicirs. devisees, legatees, personal I c
rescnlal ives .in. I all other persons in
terested in the estate of Mrs. John A.
In. 'email. Hist nal name unknown, de
ceased: Mrs. fraii.is A. "West, tu
name unknown: the unknown
devisees, leiratces. personal repii-
lives and all other persons
in the estate or I'rainis A.
eased: the tinUiiown heir
.. I I fit Lei- liel'.-
late of Mrs. I-tamis A. West, first real
name unknown, deceased: the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, peisona! rep
resentatives and all other pet
ie rested in the estate of
.hell, deceased: tie
devisees, legatees, pel
lives and all
: l H the est a t e
l.l il ' .
1 lit crested
nal representatives are
ms interested in the -s-
i s III-
.la no s M i :i-
una I rcprescii t a -
II, er nelsons lllt.los'eO
id' .lames I . M mm in ! I. -
c. ;.cd: lh" unknown liens. no i.-. . .
Icgatei s. personal n pi cs n la I i v es i;n
all other persons interested jTl the es
tale of Anna .1. Mim-hell. deceased: tl
unknown lieirs. de isees. legatees, pel
u.oeil rcio esenta' i fs ami an innei
vons interested I'l the estate of
. i ..n.. r dec-ased: the unknown
devisees, legatees, personal representa
tives and all other persons interest. 'J
i-i the estate of I.. Cmpcr. tiisl real
name unknown. deceased: the tm
Known heirs, devisees, legatees, per
sonal representatives and all other pel -interested
in the estate of S.i I :
t; Minimin. .Ie cas-d: the niikn
heirs devisees, baaf-is. personal
, csent.il 'es and all other pel
lel ested ill ! he estate of lh I
tiriit real name unknown, dec';
o -A 11
1 1 I l! II . Ml
unknown lieirs. .i.visecs. i.-k.i
-.iiiil Irpn septal i cs and all other p.-r-voiis
interested ill the estate of M:rh'
1 Heche, deceased; the unknown !;cts.
devisees, legatees, personal I cprcscii : a -ives
and all other persons Interested
i.. it... ..ant,, of I ill Heche, deceased:
. i. .. i ,,.i. ! l-.etiailoiu: .aiis. .-H""ii
' I i ...iiadoin. first real nami
our community. It is only in
large cities that people weep alol,r- j, "'7
.1 a coli
(,we..o Ml.-a. Pljiicmniilli thr-re i -; : oersons Interesttn
siinnii i - in ii.t
always plenty of human sympathy
and unselfishness. It is in the city
where men's emotions are deaden
ed and where friendships are con
fined to little groups Instead of en
The world is all right, and there
is enough love and effect ion to save
it for a million years, but when it
comes to the dark side of this old
world we want to be in a com
munity just like 'this vhen it
I .. .. I..;.- Shimon IV
uuh'iov. n :
and nil other
in the estate m
deceased: the un
known hells. l!e .sees. ieuaiet-s. e . -
sonal representatives and all otl,-r per
;..tis interested ill the estate of Mrs.
wimon IV Heiia loin. first leal name un
ktri'wn deceased: .I.icoh Ilium: Mrs.
-li I'calll. HI'S! t eas name our..
luknov.ti heirs, devisees, legatees.
iii-;tl representatives ami all ether
-e.-1 eil 111 i in cs i.i i e
Ilea PI. ili cease i: me iimkm-."..
devisee, lcnal.es. personal tci-
tcsi nt.itivts and an "inn ...
..rested iii the eft ale of Mrs. .lacon
He-nit first real name unknown. de-
1- Mans IV Mllnieii, .iiaiiett
John Knmi.ii: Mrs. John Knm-i
al name unknown: me iiiumc-".-
devisees, legatees, peisnn.ii i.r-
nd ill! other pcrso.is in
terested in the esiao n p
deceased; the unkliow i heirs. de is. es
legatees personal representatives :f
other persons leiiciesieo in n.
if Mrs John Krotiarn. in si c.i .
unknown, deceased: the unknown
.levis.-cM leiratces. personal n-p-
THE GRAND REVIEW.
The topic of post-armistice dis
cussion that crops up often in these
discussionful days (after "When
are we going home?") is, "Are
they going to have a big parade
for us when we get back and where
is it going to be?' The launching
of that question can start a good
two-hour wrangle around the oil
issue stove, a knock-down-ahd-drag-out
sectional squabble, in ani"
barracks or billet in France or (ier
many. The I'ostonians, of course, wan?
that parade to go down Trcmonr
street and debouch upon Jiostcn
Common, scene of America's earl
iest struggles for liberty. The New
Yorkers, of course, want it to start
from the Washington arch and pro
ceed up Fifth avenue to Columbus
circle, thence across town ami up
Hiverside drive to Grant's tomb
which is quite a hike. The Chicag
oans, of course, want it to go down
Michigan boulevard: and the Po
dunkers, of course, want it to start
from the Kagle house and go down
Main street as far, at least, as Mas
While wo are rather inclined to
take the side of Podunk (which is
a general term) against its bigger
sisters, we have just a bit of a sug
gestion, which we put out here
just to see how it takes. There are
a lot of fine old gentlemen in the
United States who will remember
all their days the review of an
other review of another great army
.Hr.T.vf l ll
More than four thoussnd Deico-Liht plants were de
livered for war work. They were used to supply elec
tric light in camps, storehouses, hospitals, Y. M. C A.
huts, airplane hangars, .sub-chascrs and other branches
of the service.
In Red Cross hospitals at the front, Deico
Light operated life-savins X-ray apparatus.
Delco-Light was specified by the Government because
it is dependable, efficient, simple to operate, requires
little attention, and because it is AIR-COOLED.
The result of Government tests and the satisfactory
use of Delco-Light on over 60,000 farms r.r your as
surance that Delco-Light will give you the same de
It betters living conditions. increases farm efficiency,
and soon pays for itself in time and labor saved.
Phone D. 5093 Omaha, Neb.
THE DOMESTIC ENGINEEIUNG CO.. Dayton. 0!io
MaLara of DEXCO-UGUT Products ;
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i!l nthi-r r.-i ti .-- i n t i-i-s t il in thi- i-.i-
t;ito of W. 1 . .Mi II iam. fii-t li-nl n;im-
ti ii ktinw ii. il.-ii-asiil ; lln- iiiikii.iwn hi irs.
visi'i's. ;. t its. ;n r.- i n;i i i . ; . . rsi-ti I . i -
tivi-s Jim! all nlhi-r lirrsnns iiit .-t -.!
in lh. .tal- i! Kuth '. M.'iiiain, .1.
niil: l..lia M .-rii.-i mi. wiilnw: t.
iMikimwii ln-irs. .Ii' i.-i i-s. li'at. i s. in i
.-i. il r. in I'm iila 1 1 s ar,.l all nthi
liillS i !i t .Ii--1 I'l I ill l'- ivt;i- i.l
S. liliiii N. Mi l l iam. ;ihn kiinvn as S.
Mi rriaiu. iliirasi.l: Wil'i.ii-i laishitiskv
I :t t . ' . ii i.'i-hiask-: Maltha Kinsmr
linn ; C; rii tt. iii--t fi'al naiin
tMikiiiiwii : l : l.iikii.nvn In n s, ilcvisi-i :
li-Kiil.i-s. iiitMiiial 1 1 1 1 ri '.s . ii t a t i i s an.l
til nthi-r in'isiii i a l t'ipsi eil in tin- t-
tati- nf l-taritt. lirst rial naiin
ri-si-n ta t i ves
roenla 1 1
I ii -
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tli.' statt nf Tlmnias 1.
..,.r..i- tin- iiiikiiiiwn luirs.
.'.i-visi . liu'atfs. ii.rsi.tial rfM sent a -livi-s
ami all ntln-r ..msimis inliMfSl
in tho ostat.- of Mrs. Th-mas .. lal-
first rial TialiH' i:u-
; lira IT, tirst
iirt-r. first rf!" I naiin
,.,1 - '. S. tirnfl'.
, . M.-w W
. .. .. ...1.. 11,. IK
naniH iifiKliiiwn; tin-
v ist.s. i.KHt.fs. pirsnnal r:.r,-s,-i. ta -tiviw
ami all othor ,,ors..,.s intfr.-st.-.
n tin- .'olat.- of W. S. Uralf. Inst r.a
a,:,,' nnkm.w.r. ....-i-as.-.l : 1 1..- k.,..w v
h.-irs. il. vls. es. 1 a t .s. ..-i s..na I I . -...
...t ..il .it hot- p.-rs.nis iii-
t.-irst.-il in tin- -state -f Mrs.
:...fr f,.t i-.hI nam- unknown.
...1: M. ". Ill n, tirst r-al
at.. m w tlr n,
i.inr-iii.ui.' ni-rsoiial l
t;.1ivos ;itil 311 min i P'T"tis inti-r
I 111 l-1 - .
, I nriL-mtU'ti lM-';iPl
i-..vn h.iis. .i-vis.-s. -
sonal ri-M-s-t.Uitiv-s ami all oth l 1 1 -sons
int.-r.st-il in tl'- -sat- '
M V. :i n. tirst r-a I riant- n
iIimchs I: .los-li .M'r-arv
v.i.ii Mi-Crnarv. lirst r-al
Kii.Mwi. tu- un,l
i'Ua ies, iifisoiiai i - -
...i !..ti-r.sl-il in tli-
of Sa ill-
.1,.. .,..U....'ll n- I S. lll- !.--
i ' . isi'iila I iv-s am
....i-uoriu tit first -il in
lull- of .liist tili Mni-.il. '' ' ' " ' '
tl,- unknown l.-irs. .1-vls s. ;
noi sonal i -.r-s-nta i iv-s ml al ot i t
,,,.,-sons inl-r-st-.l in tli- -stal- l Mi-.l,.s-,.l,
M. l'r-arv. lirst r-al nam- . n
irm.wn. .1 as-.l: Mrs. M.mml
rust nal nam- unknown: Mis. .nnni
11 l-:il.rt. lirst t-al nam- nti.m'"i
i i-Aiii-Kuoiiiniivos n ml all
i.itsiiiis inti-l-sl-il In tli- -sta
t.-l II. Kll.-i t. .I.-. -as-.l; tli- unknown
H.-irs, .1-vi.s s. 1-Kat's. r-rsonal r-l-
i-ei.eiit.it Ives an.l all ' " 1 ' I er "A1 1 ".
teresle.l in tl.e estate of Mrs. "
II i:il.-rl. Inst r-al nam- unknown.
. ' .1 L ....W .1 l.- is. ll. VISI -S.
an tnii-i i'-i '"- in.----- ,i,r
la- of Kmma K-iiiuk. ....-...-....
unknown 1,-irs. .levise-s 1 ' f,
mrsolial lepri senlalives ami al I ot I , i
nelsons interesteil in tlm -stat- .i
Flora lmi.K-ii- l:-fnik. .lee-as-.l. tl
unknown li-irs, .l.-vis-es. H-i,'ate-s. j.-i-stmal
lepr-K-nlaliv-s ami all otl'-i
persons interesteil in the estate oT
SptP-r S. Killings, also known as r-.
S Hillings, ileeea-il: '- unknown
l,"eirs il.-vis s. legatee s. personal r.l
" '...ii i n ..tl.er nelsons in-
ri'sr ii i ii i i rn ni" nn
..I.. ..i.t.iti" II... linkllllWII
.sees', l-uat-.'-s. persotial repi - '
ami all other persons i "u'r'r,V' ' i..
estate of .lal.er. I'linton l.illlntjs, n -
i-onui.,1 l-'.lls. M.-iiia Hillings .-pi-n...
Allen . Spene-r: tlraeie liarlini;
lines fom laii.l: OemR- opei.tmi
unknown lieirs. ilevis"
sons Interesteil in tlu1
leil in me
mit nil oi n-i- i"- -estate
Speneer Itlllinirs. .le-t fs 1
ler Rilling, wi.low: .Samu. I I.ilMnus.
Clinton HilllnKs; I.ouis Hillings: .ia; -l-v
RillhiKTs; Kern l?illlnrs: Mora l. i-
ll..o- Is. fir llilli.,..- . I'. '
ii ii k now- ii. il- -ea seil :
tl i.aim- unknown: th- ..nkinmo
heirs, devisees, liKaiees. persona! rep
resentatives ami all other persons i;;-
eresled in the estate of Hi"" n.
irst real name :nkii'w n. i .-.- a e.'. :
l'.arietl - nrow n. a part n-rsn n eoiv-
,,....,,! ,,r liarrett. tirst leal n.i.::e
nkm.iwn, ami flrown. lirst real
nar.ie n,ihii"Wi; . i.ipiiian. ni si i . .i
r.aiii.- unknown: the unknown heirs.
i . legatees, personal t e,)iesen ta -tn.l
all other persons interiste.l
estate ol A. Ship man. lirst n-.i'
unknown. ' as.. I ; Annie IV IC1
the unknown lu irs. devise, s,
s. persona' representatives am!
it her per.,
of Ann ie
tives ami all
in lh.- i--t.lle
east. I: Kd.lie
lis interested 111 lh.
IV Kllison. d. .eeased:
n : the unknown heirs,
ees. personal represenia
olher persons interested
I' i:rtiest I-:. i:ilison, !.'
lh Kllison: tlie unknown
heirs. .! isees. legatees, personal reo
resi ntallves and all other persons i .
. .tested in the t state of l-ahli- i:. l-:i-Msou
d.-iiased. the unknown heirs.
!e is.-es. ie-alees. pirsimal represen
tatives and all oth. r persons interest
ed In the eslaif !' M. I". Kllison, lirst
real name unknown, de-eased; the un
known owners and the unknown elaitn
ints of lots one Ml. two three i:!l.
four til. live iTii. six tl . s.ven l7.
i;hl i. nine ('.'. ten (10).
Mil. twelve il.'). thirteen- I 1 ::
teen till, tit'leeii M"il. sixteen lj!i.
. veiileen M7. eighteen IIM. nineteen
i tweiitv iJHi. t went v-om
twenlv-two (-. T-r.-entv-thl ee I -
:in,l tweiitv --four I." Ii. in U k nin
tOi. ill 'I'hompson's Addition
itv 'f I'laltsimuitli. N'ehraska
one iiundred live Mi:.l. l.-iiisj
. foil I'
.1 ten lit".
I 1 S I, all in Towi:-
MMilh l:anue fiur-
st of the Mil IV M . tne
iss. X. l.iaska:
division of the lorlheast iiiarter i .x r.
'.i of the northeast quarter .K'4 of
. lion nineteen Mil, and
'.end twenty-two i-l'l. a
of I Jo v eminent lot niinilei
jf Sei'tlun eighteen
ship I Wei ve I 1 ".' '.
I'nUlltv of I
You are h.rel.v notified that on fi
lst da- of IVliriiiny, 1!t I :. plaintin lih-d
his suit in th- liistri't I'mirt of the
I'.'., in t of -ass. N.l.raske. to pii.l
'.lain tiff's title to the a Lot - d-silil.-.l
land. t... wit: I.ots om- M . two 't.
hue . ::i. four I U, liv. six ii.i.
seven ( T . iuht x, nim- !'. ten MOi.
levin MIL I wi U" ML' . thii n-i! !:.
i-oiirte. n MIL lilt" -ii 1 " , sixteen MM.
.... .....i...... i 17i eighteen MM. nine
teen M !t i. twenty I
t went V - I wo ( I.
a ml t went - foil r I
I Ma 1 1 smoiit h.
I'll, tu .-111 -one I - 1 ).
I went v-t I : re.- ( I
I i in hloi k nine :i i.
.l,lili,,ii to the I'ltv el
Nehraska, a nd lot .n.
i i l in-., .l.i-.i lie nir a s u i .o i is i ,.u
,,f the northeast u-atler 'Nt.'i' "f
the northeast ipiarfr ' N K ' i of s-e'--liitn
nineteen M'.U. em! lot n inn l.er-d
twentv-two IJi. a sulidivisi-iri of .o -
emmet. I lot ler, ' I'M. of S-Hl'it, Hllh-
leen MM. all in Township twelve M l.
v.,ifi, iranee fourteen Ml), east of the
i:tt, r M. in the county of Cass. N--
i si.-:. I.e.ause i,f the adverse posse
shin I'V liimseif and his
t,...i I.-n -ars prior
.,t of said suit and to etijoi
ml all ol on- 1 1 om n.i . ...
inv r L'ht. 1111'', lien o'
to the eo'n-
i n -
m; i i t
In II. .
"V i 1 1 ia ni
Almond I od " e. K Xeeu
will and I e s t a l l 1 1 1 1
I'l'l hes. d. ei ased. el
ii'' M. IT
I M-'l i ii I
ill Ol II.I
iiirl of tin-
A i:i. i mla
In I. mlants.
To tl.e defendants. Almond i...1j.-,
eeeuior of the last will and testa
ment of Amanda l-'orhes. dei e.ise.l: j. -tno.ir
In.ile..-; I'hei'e Moor. ; the i,n-
klloW'll Il. llS. ilex isees. legatees. i, -
sonal representatives and all olhei
persons inleiested in the .-slate nf
Vmamla Km hes. deceased: Win. .1. Cul
ler: the unknown heirs, devisees, lega
tees, personal re pi esenta I ives am! all
other persons interested in the estate
of Wm. .1. Cutler, deceased; Margaret
K. Cutter: the unknown heirs, devisees,
leirat.-es. personal representatives and
all other persons interested in the es
tate of Mariraret K. Cutter, dec.ased;
Wm. II. Kmori.k. .lr: Mrs. Win. !i.
Kint-riek, .lr.. lirst real name unknown:
the unknown l:"l's. .lev isees. l.-uat-es.
personal lvpri sen ta t i v.s and all other
persons inleiested in the estate of Win.
H. Kmcriek. Jr., de, eased: tl.e unknown
heirs, devisees. le"ratee. personal rep
resentatives and all other persons in
terested i.i th- estate of Mrs. Wm. II.
Knit rick. Jr., Itrsi real mime unknown,
deceased; C. W. Kins-, first real name
uiikliown: the unknown heirs, devisees,
leuate.-s. perso'ial representatives and
all other persons interested in the es
tate of C. W. Kinii'. first real name un
known, deceased: Harriett Kins;: the'
unknown lieirs. d-visees. 1-aatees. per
sonal representatives ami all other
persons interested in the estate of
Harriett Kin;, deceased: the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep
resentatives and all other persons in
terested in the estate of Anna Sohul
diee. deceased: and the unknown own
ers ami ll'.e uiikiiowii ciaimaius m nn.
three I :'. ami eighteen MM. in Section
seven (7 1. Township twelve M.I. Norlli
Kanue fourteen Ml), east of the nth IV
M.. in the county of Cass, Nehraska:
You are herehv mdihed that on the
1st dav of Keliftiary, A. I. 1 i' 1 :. plain-
tiff filed his suit in the lustrict I'niiH
of the Count v of Cuss, Nehraska. to
uiel plaint ill s title to the follow kiu
liescrincii lami. to-wn. i.o-m imee i .. i
ami eighteen MM. in Section seven Mi.
in Township twelve 1121. North llanue
urteen illi. east of tho fith IV M .in
the eountv of Cass, Nehraska. hecause
f 1 1 is-- adverse possession hv hmisell
and his grantors for more than ten
vears prior to the commencement nf
aid suit and to enjoin each and all
of ou from havintr or claimmt; nny
riht, title. Ii-n or interest, either local
or e'luitaole in or to sain lami or an'.
jail thereof, am! alleitini; tnat none of
von are In the militarv or naval ser
vice of the l'fii-d Stales of Atn-rien:
to re. in In on to set forth lour riul t.
title, claim, lien or int. rest therein. If
any. either lecai or ciiuita Me, and to
. a i
t it I
;u f. : i
: - 1 1
or t .. I
re 1 .t. i -a.l.-
oi.it said P- -
i.i nil : r.
lie same a il i in 1
of pla i n t i fl a !ld l or ;
i a hie I ! h-; . This n. : i , e
slant to tie ord.-r of ii,
You ar.- re.i iiiid 1o .iii-
tilioil o l,- l.efole M..,d
. I I. 1 ! 1 ''. o, -. ,. .1 d. 1.1 Mil
entered 1 i I e Ie i 11.
W I 1.1.1 A M A. IA I. I.i iU" v v.
I 'la in I ill'
W. A. Kohi itson,
Attorney for 1'laintilT.
umn.it or m:itii.
nin! iie l'i-fitl..n for -l-
lleiiiriit of t-4-4,11 at t .
In the Countv Court of c,,ss ....mt
Slate of Nehraska. Ci- i.e.n!. s
I" tiii' io ns oi i;. ofre . i ii,i
deceased, and :t ' I nersons in!"., .-ti
the esta t e of ' :. . : u ... ( ml ! m.
Ol 1 cad inur the pel it i .-: of I ',,
I'ldham. ad :u i n is ; i ,i t r i . ;t ,( -. i ,tl. :,
sett leiu.oit ami aiiowal...1 of i r
con nf tiled in this ,...ii 1 on i : .
day of January. lvi:. and for
heirship ami a.-.-iuiiiii.-nt i f .
and pi-rsona I .
I I is hel l hv ii. de! d 1 h i I
all persons ii,("n - i-,l in s..
may. and do, aoi.ai al ;
Colli t I o I..- held i n a t'd f ir i
t on the Mil, dav of I'. 1., ..
i :!:. at i mliuk a. m. lo ;.,.w-
if any there he whv the pnn.-r ., i
petitioner should n,.t he t-1 a . t .,
nun iioijcc oi i',e ei.i;ei. ,i;
tit i"n a ml i he iiea i in t i. t , , ,f I .
en to all petsoi-.s i at i es t .-d in :ii.
ler l.y ptildishiue.' a i pv . ( is
in the I'latfsinoiith .loaiv i
de. i .
county. for one Wee
dav of iii a I i it si
1 11 Wit to SS W he. of.
sC in. Pap,l ai d ti e
this :; M it dav of .!.,.,.
a i.i.i :n
J. m ;i
'oil II ! v
! i. i:i:nci
! et .
; 'd '..
I '. 1 '
CU I i
Or will rent after .Mareli I t.
acres of very rit !i land, iiu lui'.ine
house ami tvt lot.', barn, tie, all
leuceil with r.-lt. uoven wire. I....
catetl in Mynanl. Neltr.. A la:!, s
rn.in riattstnuuth. only -j blocks
from depot. 2 blocks fn.ni I', o. ;ii,.l
store. .Ms,, iV dw-Iliiitr bouso j,,
Mynanl. f(,r sale. T.tip.s if wanted.
w. n. l'ouTr.i:.
Drs. Mach & (Viach, The Dentist
The largest and best equipped dental offices in 0l.a
Experts in charge o 1 work. Lady attendant. Mod
erate Prices. Pored :!n f ilings jVt Lie looth. Ia3t:u
ments carefully steii!icd nflcr tifing.
THIRD FLOOR, FAXTON BLOCK, CM AH A ra
teresl.. either Puai or .-i i. i.. ... .
to said lands or any part., th.-r.-or to
reqiiire yon to s-t fort li V-n r lih,
title, claim, lion or Interest herein. I.
a.,v. either 1eal o,- e.o.ltahle. a r,d I o
have the same .nl.imUveil inferior to tie
.1.1.. .a- ..l iintilT and for m-tiera! eiin-
, .1.. ,...i:. .r rri. is notice is mad
t. ...... In the order "f th
v- .....lilted lo answei
.' l.r.r.,1.. M I.I . Mil II I' 1
nun .. .i..r:init will he duly erit
i.. i.-. --. -.- - - -
tlierein. . .
.l.ki:t-;ti m.mas .
". .. Uohertson,
W. O.. rvUI-L-Tk..1 CV'H ,
East of Riley Hotel.
Second Floor. !
held in the national capital more' tirst" real name imknown: Jt"tU d -iglea" .M-'I'HIn'
liaui; the unknown btrlrs, oe"""-
Fistula Pay When'Curet!
othMR-talll.-.o.i,. - .k. . "r" ."r9- f'ula Bad
Un a I pprrntmn. N ChWorm " 'ft.- .0lAr.yTr ":
--. uuirr cocil
c u u -aar uis gu-al pprrntum. N Chloroform. Ft'hrr
for treatment, and no money to h paid onti I nirnd Writ for Kirk
and testimonial of mors than lOOii prominent people ho have bo
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