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rLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1919.
Come in and
You work hard for your money
fiank it will then work for you:
ASK ANY WEALTHY MAN HOW HEGOT HIS START ANH HE
WILL TELL YUU IT BEGAN WITH A SMALL BANK ACCOUNT
THAT HE BUILT HIS FORTUNE BY WORKING HARD AND BANK;
ING EVERY CENT HE COULD "RAKE AND SCRAPE."
YOU CAN DO THE SAME! WHY NOT BEGIN NOW, TODAY?
THAT MONEY YOU HAVE IN YOUR POCKET WILL START YOU.
COME IN AND START.
YOU WILL RECEIVE 4 PER CENT INTEREST ON TIME CER
TIFICATES. Farmers State Sank
PLATTS MOUTH, NEBRASKA
From Friday's Pally.
Frank Vallery of Murray vas e
visitor in lMattsmotit h this niorniiis
looking after some business.
A. J. Schaeffer of south of Cedar
Creek was looking after .ime busi
ness in this city for the day.
T. K. I';rmele depart ed lat even
for Louisville, where he is look-in-,
alter foiue business for a short
Henry Smother who has been
visiting at Uellevue for some time
i-j.lt returned to his home this mor
tiinir. Joseph Campbell was a visitor in
!iis eitv from his home near Kock
I'lu'Ts. t:lay Ir.nUin;; alter
business for the day.
C. li. Low of near Mauley was a
visitor I ft IMattsmouth for the day.
-eming to look after route business
at the cottrt bouse.
C. 'N. Hanson who has beet: mak
i iii: honi" near Louisville came
i:i this mcrnisi'-r from Omaha, where
he lias h 'cii looking after some busi
ness. Mr.- li. II. Munrne was a visitor
in (iTiu'ha arid. Rell'.' w with
lrieinl. and relatives, for the pat
few da.s and returned heme last
V.i I (Joheiiii;!!! and wife trom t:.ar
I'ni:,'! .ere visitors ii l'latt'-iiiouth
for the day. com ins; to visit with
friend.- and to look sifter some !:-.-t:i'-s
!. A. Uiid of we-i of Mynard -
vi-iter ill this city for the iaj.
and was let k in '.r after vorne business
at the county seat, and doing some
ttnding with the mei'-hattt::.
I.loyd (5 '. in'ii who has been look
ing a fie- -otite l:iii!ies f r some
time ;;tM at OiiiiiKi. returned home
lat evenintr and stopped Here for a
short time on his way to Murray.
Arthur 11. Tr p. a eaitle feeder
and extensive farmer from rout!: of
tl'e city was a pacnger to Omaha
thi morning where lie is looking
after some business at flu live stock
Herman Umber and wife of Loui s
ville were visiting: in this city this
niorninir. coining in on the early
IUirlingtnii train to look after some
matters at the court house and to do
Christopher Miller was a visitor
I will pay the following; cash
prices delivered to Mynard this
Old Roosters 12c
Prices good all this month.
W. T. RICHARDSON
in Plattsmouth yesterday from his
home near Cedar Creek, and after
having closed the business which
he had in hand returned to his
home in the evening:.
Kck Cook who is now In inn near
Cullom. was down yesterday to get
some supplies for the rntnp. where
they are chopping wood. They have
just loaded five car loads of wood,
and have had scarcely made a hole
in the timber where .they are work
ing. From Thursday' P.lv.
John Thierolf. who has been visit
ing at Cedar Creek for a short time,
returned home this morning.
W. A. Oliver, who has been visit
ing at Louisville for the past few
days, returned home this morning.
Mrs. A. F. Sevbert denarted last
evening for Cedar Creek where she
Is visiting with friends for a short
J. L. Oemmett. of Alvo, was a bus-
liness visitor in the citv this morn
ing, having some business claiming
his attention at the court house.
Attorney C. I) .Cantz, of Alvo. was
a business visitor in this city today,
having some matters claiming his at
tention in both the county atfd dis
P. 1!. Fields, of Oreapolis, was a
visitor in the city tjii.s morning, com
ing in from his work as one of the
operators of the l'.nrlingtun tower
at that place.
Attorney C. L. Craves of I'nion
was a visitor in this city th is momi
i!.r, eoiiiing up on the enrly morn
ing train to hiok after some legal
matters at the court house.
Charles Chriswisser was a visitor
in this city from his home at Xc-h;Tka-
rolling at the home of his
mother and looking after the trans
action cf :-.me our i ness matters.
Webster ituscell came in last ev
ening from Omah:i whore be has
been looking after some business for
a short time, and after visiting un
til the midnight train departed for
hi. home at Weeping Water.
Charles Warren, or Cedar Creek,
where lie has made his home for a
number of years, arrived here this
morning and will engage in the
barber hii.tim'sa in Platlsmouth. Mr.
Warren was engaged In the same
line ( f business here over forty years
Hinil Saiidstrom of Louisville was
a visitor in this city f:,r the day
doing seme work at the office of the
county clerk, regarding the copying
of some records for the Turlington
Henry Ktandcr of Louisville was
a visitor in the city, where he is
looking after some business for tie
W. 11. Tritt'ch of near Culloni was
a visitor in this city Tor the day,
and was looking after some busi
Leonard Kornoff of near Culloni,
was a visitor in this city for the
day, coming down on the train this
Ira Dates of near Cedar Creek
was called to the city today to look
after some business which he had
in hand here.
Uenry I'tterbach of near Cullom.
was a visitor in this city for the day
and was looking: after some business
. with the merchants.
J Miss Clara Lee Voting went to
Murray lat night to visit over the
week-end with home folks, today be- .
ing Washington's birthday and a
holiday for the girls comprising the
clerical force in the " Burlington
Will Smith of Old Kock Bluffs,
and vife 'who have been visiting" at
Omaha for a short time past arrived
home last evening.
Fred Pfeiffer of 'Bellcvue came
down this afternoon and is visiting
with friends here for the day the
guest of I). M. Graves.
Jaeob IJaeschler of Cedar Creek
was a visitor in this city this morn
ing coming in to look after some
business for the day.
Henry ileebner was a visitor in
Plattsmouth for a short time today
on his way home to Murray from
his work at Cedar Creek.
Charles Lambert of near Old Kock
Kin IT s was a passenger to Omaha
this morning, where he was called
to look after some business for the
Arthur Baker of Murray was a
visitor in Plattsmouth last evening
for a few hours, coming up on the
afternoon train and returning home
K. II. SchuhlotY was a visitor in
Louisville for over night last even
ing where he was looking after st ine
business for the evening, and re
turned home this morning.
John Parkening and wife from
their home near Cedar Creek ra:u;
in this morning, and are visiting
with friends, and looking after some
trading with the merchants.
Mary Kgenberger who is teaching
school near Cedar Creek was a visit
or in the city, coining in this morn
ing and will remain for over Sun
day at her home in this city.
John V. Wolf and little daughier
of Cedar Creek came in this morn
ing and were visiting with friend
in the city 'or the day and Mr.
Wolf is looking after r-ome business
L. V. Copenhaver and daughter.
Miss Mable Lee Copenhaver. depart-
1 this morning on the Missouri Pa -
cific train for Union, where they are
visiting at the home of Stephen Cop
enhaver for the day.
P.ETURN FEOM THE SEP.-
VICE THIS M0RNII7G
Two Cass County Boys Get The De
sired White Sheet and Return
to Civil Life Pursuits.
Fr Mr Tliiirs.l:L.v"s IiaiJy.'
This morning Wesley J. Kalasek
and F. L. McClellan. the latter com
ing from near Xehawka. arrived in
the city from Camp Dodge, Iowa,
where they received their honorable
discharges from the service yester
day. These boys entered the service
at the same time and have been to
gether at Camp Stanley, ivar San
Antonio. Texas, where the weather
is warm, and fine and they found it
a trifle chilly coming into such a
snow storm as we are now having.
This is a sure enough change from
one extreme to the other, but the
boys tbyi't mind it a bit now that
they are released and home again.
Mr. Kalasek has just recently re
covered from an attack of pneumon
ia. Like all other soldiers, now that
the war is over, thee bovs are
to have received their discharges and
to return to their former pursuits in
civil life. Mr. McClellan departed
en the lirst Missouri Pacific train
out that would take him to his home
TO DETERMINE HEIRSHIP
From TIn:i sday's Daily.
A petition was tiled in the County
court this morning y Luther Hall,
making inquiry for the purpose of
determining the heirs of an estate
which was left by Mrs. Caroline L.
Heed, wlm passed si way in 1S1, or
nearly S years ago. The matter has
rested for a long time to be opened
up for hearing at this time. Attor
ney C. L. Oraves appears for the pe
EERNARr RAK0W RETURNS
HOME FROM SERVICE TOLAY
From Tlmi s.Ihv'! Dai) v.
Bernard Itakow arrive! home this
morning from the army service. He
was stationed at Camp Custer. Michi
gan, but a few days ago war; sent, in
company with other men onlh-'eu
from the mid-west states, to CaTnn
Dodge. Iowa .there to be mustered
out. Mr. Rakow has been in tile
service a long time, being among the
first to go, and now after having
served throughout most of the time
the nation has been at war he re
turns to resume his duties in civil
life once more.
Take a few doses of Chamberlain's
Tablets as directed for indigestion,
and you will soon forget about your
stomach troubles. Trv it.
Gust Splitt was a visitor In this
city from his home near Old Rock
THE MERRY DANCERS WERE
GORGEOUSLY COSTUMED, AND
PLAYED THEIR PARTS WELL
MAYFIELDS COP THE PRIZES
The Second Ladies Prize Going To
Mis. Peter Herold. Gents to
W. R. Egenberger.
From Saturday's Pail.w
I,ast evening was held at tiie A.
O. P. W. ILill, the masque ball, un
der the auspices of the Plattsmouth
Volunteer Fire Department, and at
which a large crowd of dancers
were present. The representation
extended over the whole catagory of
human characters, and were well
represented, as well, as the cos
tumes in many instances being
The prizes were won by Mr. and
Mrs. Koy Mayfield. Mr. Mayfield
representing the American Indian,
and he made a good representation,
and we might h:ive been induced to
have said a good Indian, had it not
be-n for the rule that "All good Ind
ians are dead." Anyway ltoy did
ro well with the impersonation that
he pulled down first money. Mrs.
Mayfield selected another race, for
her work, and represented a negress,
and was s-o good in making the rep
resentation, that she was given the
first money for the ladies. The sec
ond prize, for the ladies going to
Mrs. Peter Herold. who impersonat
ed a farmer's lass, and was a first
: c,ass actress. Will K. Engenberger
v.-as the winner of the second prize
for the gentlemen, and made fun
for the whole crowd, and was so
od in his impersonation that the
money come to him without ques
tion. There are many others who
deserve mention, but being so many
all could not be touched. The priz
es were for the lirst prize $2.0" and
$1.00 for the second prize.
LOSES HIS i)CKETB00K
From Saturday's Da II v.
Thursday evening while about
town. Monroe Voting, who is employ
ed in the Burlington shops, lost his
pocket book, a bill folder, in which
there was some fifty dollars in cur
rency, also a check from the Bur
lington for $". 00. The check may
have been drawn to J. M. Voting or
Monroe Young. Ho has caused an ad
to be inserted in this paper for the
return of the same, and oilers a re
ward for its return.
Mi'l K t: HI' Sl IT TO H ICT TITM
in lli iMstricl Court f V County
f Cass, N'-In a sla.
William A. Calloway, Plaintiff
Almond loi-f. Fxcciitor at tlie last
will aal t-staiiint of Amanda
Forties-, tleceaseil, el at.
To tie defendants. Almond Dodge,
evecii !ir nf the last will and testa
ment of Amanda Forties, deceased; Sey
mour iMidire; Pliclie Moore: the un
known In ii's. devisees-, legatees, per
sonal rem'' s'-ntat ives ami all other
persons i n t eresl ed in the estate of
Amanda Forlios. deceased: 'Win. .1. Cut
ter: the unknown heirs, devisees, lejia-
ti i s. iiersonal representatives and all
Hhor persons Interested in the cstat
f Win. .1. Cutler, decease : Margaret
Culler: the unknown heirs, devisees
legatees,- personal representatives ami
all other persons interested in the es.
f;ite of Margaret 10. Cutter, deceased
Win. II. .Kmcri. 1. .Ir; Mrs. Wni. H
Cmerick. .1 1. first real name unknown
the iiaknitKrn heirs, devisees, letratecs,
personal rfpresentatives and all other
iiersons interested ir the estate of Win
I. Kmcrick. Jr., deceased; the unknown
leirs. devisees. Iiua t ocr. personal rep
resentatives and all oilier persons in-
teresteil i.i the estate of Mrs. Win. If
Kmcrick. Jr., first real name unknown.
deceased: i '. W. Kinir. first real name
unknown; the unknown heirs, devisees
legatees, personal representatives and
:ifl other p iscns interested In the es
tate or ( . Kitiq-. first real name un
known, ilfccasfil; Harriett Kinu; the
unknown heirs, devi: ccs legatees, por
.Jonal representatives and all other
r-ersons interested in the estate
llarri'-tt K'inK, deceased; the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep
resentatives and all rtther persons- In
terest ! in tne estate of Anna SiChuI
dice, deceased: and the unknown own
ers and the unknown elaimutits nf lots
three i n rid ei srh tcei-- 1 S , in Section
seven (7), Township twelve fll'l; North
Pun:'" fotirtren (111. east of the fitf! I'.
M.. in the c'iuiiIv of Cass, Nebraska:
Veu are l erehv notiltcd that on the
1st day of Fetirnarv. A. D. 1H19. plain
tiff died his suit in the District Court
of the County of Cass. Nebraska'. to
mnet phiintitT's title to tlio following
lescritied lnnd, to-wit: T.ot three CD
and eighteen (1S. Jn Section seven (7).
i-i Township twelve (J'J). North Kanse
fourteen fill.-east of ttie 6th P. M .In
the count v of Cass. Nebraska, because
of his adver: e possession by hiniscir
anil his e,runtor.s for more than ten
yea rs prior to thi commencement of
said suit and to enjoin each and alt
of you from having or claiuiinK any
riiinr. tine, nen or interest, eitner lecai
or eipiitable In or to said land or any
part t hereof, and alieuiriK' that none of
you are In the military or naval ser
vice of the I'nited States of America:
to require yon to set forth your right,
title, claim, lien or interest therein. If
anv. either le;al or runitable. and to
have the same adjudged Inferior to the
title of plaintiff and for preneral equi
table reli.-r. This notice is made pur
suant to the order of this 'Court.
You are required to answer said pe
tition on or before-Monday. March 17.
A. D. 1919. or your default will be duly
"WILLIAM A. CALLOW' AY.
W. A. Robertson.
Attorney for riaintiff.
We have moved to the new store room, the Hall Store Ioca
lion,tion, and are ready to greet our old customers and a many new
ones as are pleased to come. We have now purchased a building for
ourselves, thus insuring permanency to the business, and placing us
in a position to care for the business much better than before.
We will in the future, as in the past, furnish the very best
goods that money can purchase, and will carry a stock complete in
all its details, and what the market and the season demands.
SPECIALTIES JUST NOW!
Country Produce, Fresh Eggs, Butter and Meats for lunch.
Canned Goods, Preserves, and in fact everything cn the market. We
have with us Jesse Brady, a very cleyer salesman, who will attend to
your wants in the most courteous manner. Look in on us at your
first opportunity. Our ambition is to please our customers.
South Sixth Street
MlTIt i: OF SAI.K
In tiie District Court of the County
of Cass. Nebraska.
In the matter of the Cuardianship
of Henry Kikcnhnry, mentally incom
Notice is herehv ftiven that in pur
suance of an order of .lames T. lies
ley. Judfie of the District Court of
C:iss countv, Nebraska, made on the
3th dav of December. 1918, for the sale
rf the real estate hereinafter describ
ed, there will be sold at the South
front door of the court house in I'latts
niouth. Cass county. Nebraska, on the
C.tli dav of February. 191. at one
o'clock p. in. of said day at public ven
dure to the highest bidder for cash the
following described real estate, to-wit:
Lot four Hi in the Northwest
quarter of the Sauthwest quarter;
also Lot five (3 in the Southwest
quarter of the Southwest quarter;
nil in Section nineteen (19. Town
ship twelve tl'Jl. Kanee fourteen.
(111. Cass county, Nebraska.
Said sale to remain open one hour.
Dated this 31st day of January, A.
i l u 1 i
. , JOHNSON.
,,r tin. KstatB of Henry Kik-
n-sw ciiba-v. mentally incompetent.
oum.R OF HKArtfX.
find f J'robtilc
In the County Court of Cass county.
Nebraska. , , .,
Stato of Nebraska. County of I ass
ss : .
,....u,tiu Interested ill tilO es
tate ot Masdalena Vellery, deceased:
ii.. .-i.M.ii,iir the petition of Charles A
i,.fr. that the instrument
in .1 ;.. til!-, imirf on tiie itll ua. or
Februarv. 19 19. ami purporting to be
the last will and testament oi li e saio
deceased, mav be proven and allowed,
and recorded as the last will and tes-
. . r. r i .,r M i-.lnlf iin Vallery. deceas
.i . , ..i.l insi rumeiit lie admitted
to 'mobate. and the administration of
-ji.i ovtnte be irraiited to Matnilue
cnlli-.. iilmtni wl ru tri v c. t. a.
it iu ' ii..i .-lv ordered that you. and
nil (nWOt1 ITlt 1.1'IIS tol in srtil matter
1 do anneal- at the County
.i.. .'..' ."i i.obi in and for said conn
. .. , i.e. -!.i ,1... v nf March A. D. lam
..". m i.w L- a in to show cause. If
anv there be. w.hy the prayer of the
petitioner should not bo Kianteil. and
that notic ut I lie pciiuenc.v oi r-mv. co
tillon and the hearing thereof be Rivert
to all persons interested in said mat
ter bv publishing a copy of this order
u.n iMuttumoiii h Journal, a semi-
ni.i.lrH- .JLSlia liei 111- in ted in said coun-
iv for three snucessive weeks prior to
said dav of heariiiR.
Witness mv hand, and seal of said
court this Sth day of February, A. D.
1 !l 1 '1
ALL10N J. HFFSON.
(Seal) flu-:iw. County JuclRe.
In the 'County "ourt of the County
;f Cuss, Nebraska.
State of Nebraska. Cass t ounty. ss:
To Charlotte 10. White. Geoi fje A .
Vallerv Ida St. HlRRlnson. Margaret
T, Livingston. "harles A. Vallery,
Katheriiie F. Minor. Amelia .1. Mreisrht,
Louis 11. Vallery, Mathilda C Vallery.
John F. Vallery. Claire Drummoml
imitih ml Louise Pninimund Hniky,
Ti,.....ini'e I irimimoiid Hanks, Amelia C
Drummond. Annie Folk and all other
...w iioiKieil in the estatO of
o.w.i. I i.r- Jr. der'eased:
On readitmr tne peuuun ui riinnm
C White, surviving executor. prayinR a
a.. ,.i ..i i lenient and allowance of his
ccount filed in this eouri on me i in
.lav of Februarv. 191 'J. ami for bis dis
charge and release, and on readme
the petition of Amelia J. Streight filed
herein on February 10. 1919, praymi?
for the appointment or diaries a. .u
lerv as administrator c. t. a., to sue
reed the said Francis E. "lute
It is hereby ordered tiat you ami all j
interested in said matters ap
near at the County Court to be bold in
nrl fur xald countv on the Jnl day ol
Miiifh. 1911J. at lt a. in., to sno
cause, u any mere ui, v n mi- imo.-
ers of said respective petitioners snouiu
not be granted and that notice oi me
i..m,.1pik-v of said petitions and the
hr.uri.ir thereof be Kiven to all per
sons Interested in salt! matter, by pub
liai.inir m eoov of tills order in the
IMattsmouth Journal, a semi-euKi
nan'cninar Orlllteil III SH1C1 (OUI11.V, l"l
hree successive weeKS prior iu sum
dav of heal inc.
In witness whereof, I have- hereunto
set my hand and the sea: ot sain wuri,
this llltli day of February, ism.
ALLliX J. BKKSON.
(Seal! ri0-oW County Judi
Dreadful Cougri Cured
A severe cold is often followed by
a rough cough for which Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy has proven es
neciallv valuable. Mrs. F. V. Olsen,
Marysville, Mo., writes: "About two J
FRANK FOREMAN, Proprietor
Hall's 6ld Stand
years ago my little boy, Jean, caught
a severe cold and coughed dreadful
ly for days. I tried a number of
cough medicines but nothing did him
any good ujtil I gave him Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It relieved his
cough right away and before he had
firished taking one bottle he was
cured. I think it is just fine for
At my place, oae mile east
across the Weeping Water,
1 span bay mares 4 and 5 years
old. weight 2700.
1 brown mare 5 years old, weight
1.100, in foal to Big Jack at Union
1 buckskin mare 4 years old, wt.
1350, in foal to same Jack.
1 span of jet black horses, coming
3 years old, weight 2 COO lbs.
1 iron grey gelding, coming 3
years old, weight 1100.
t black gelding coming 3 years
old, weight 1050.
1 black saddle horse, 11 years old,
1 bay horse coming 2 years old.
1 black mare coming 2 years old.
8 extra good- milch cows.
which are fresh now and 4 to be
fresh soon. Four heifer calves from
best of milch cows, which I was sav-
jng for milking purposes.
1 6-months old heifer calf.
1 6-months old bull.
6 suckling calves.
. , n
4 red brood sows, will fall about
Ta Bm Q f AH s""l! of $, ancJ under' sh. On sums
I I 0 O - over $10 a credit of 8 month will U
on bankable note bearing 8 per
LUNCH ON THE GROUND
Col. L. J. Hall, Auctioneer.
That Terrible Headache.
Do you have periodic attacks of
headache accompanied by sickness of
the stomach or vomiting, a sallow
skin and dull eyes? If so. you can
get quick relief by taking Chamber
lain's Tablets as directed for billiotts
ness. and yen may be able to avoid
these attacks if you observe the directions-,
with each package.
and one mile outh of Union, just
commencing at 10 o'clock, on
the last of -March.
20 head of shoats.
3 M-ts good work harness.
1 set double driving harness.
1 set single harness.
I Fatley gang plow, used in plow
? 20 acres only.
1 Janesville edge drop corn plant
er and check row combined.
1 Janesville disc.
1 3-section barrow.
1 portable steel box corn elevator.
1 ridjng Badger. cultivator.
3 walking cultivators, all In good
1 Bradley sulky lister and drill
i Janesville walking plow,
1 Newton wagon.
1 Bain wagon.
1 fid fashioned stalk rake.
:: tons fine prairie bay.
bushels of Heed's Early Ycl
low Dent seed corn.
2 dozen chickens, Cef.s,. JMHj
ma,,y Ul0r articlG3 too numerous U,
J. M. Patterson, Clerk
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