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PIATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, MARCH 13. 1910.
"Che plattsmoutb journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at Fostoffice, Plattsmouth, Neb., as second-class mall matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Is spring here?
Yosterday is dead forget it.
Don't worry about tomorrow.
I'se today as you ought to and be
: o :
Common yvne should be the con-
trolinjr element in the present crisis
The .March lion is trying awful
hard to push the meak little lamb
out of existence.
The high price of ice next sum
mer will have a tendency to warm
up consumers somewhat.
It appears that hogs can stand on
meir own legs without any prop
from I'rcle Sam, or any others for
One tiling about the prediction of
cheaper postage on July 1 that is
different from most lower price pre
dictions is that this one is a lit hen
We are going to lick the Victory
Over in Europe they first had
cooties and now they have plebiscites.
Kaster came on March 31 last
year. A little to cool fur i-nri'iisr
- J C7
This month, thus, far, is living up
to its reputation.
Aside from being as long as any
other month in the exact period of
days, it is about three times as long
as its nearest competitor in the mat
ter of deviltrv.
March is not popular because it is
deceitful and treacherous and sar
castic' It just loves to slip us a
lew hours of warm joy under a
blazing sun and wallop us right in
the nose with a blizzardly blast from
And when w say it wallops us in
the nose we mean it with no slang
Influenza is not prevalent fodoy,
but the snuffles are doing splendid
ly! March is a demon for the amateur
gardener, who can scarcely wait
GET SLOAN'S FOR
YOUR PAIN RELIEF
You don't have to rub Jt la
to get quick, comfort
MiTirn ok hi:mi;
Once you've tried it on tt:at st:7
joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu
matic twinpe, lame back, you'll find
a warm, eoothintr relief vou never
thought a liniment coukl produce.
Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss,
wastes no time in applying, sure to
give quick results. A large bottle
means economy. Your own or any
other drupcrist has it. Get it today.
In tlie County Cftutt ol tliu County
of I'ass, Xolnaskfi.
In l: Kstatos nf Miles W. MnrK1i;i
"-"know,, s -M. W. M..ixan, ai.,i
t-arnli C. Morgan, each l)o,v.vci'
Tlie State .r Nebraska, to all per
sons interested i each of said estates
iespoctiv.lv, .-lrditois. arid heirs fike
notice t lift t David C. Morif.ui has tiled
' ' 'inion a lexin"- i on Mii,.
-Morgan, also known as M. V. Moi
. . - . . . j . i a 1 1 1 o i 1 1 u .
i r i ass. .i l)t;iska, died irites
oi ai.oul Hi.- Ml, ,:;,y of 1 .eii)lui
I'. IVt;. vii.w: hi:n surviving as
sol:. and ,,n!y 1 1 - i 1-.- at law, ih,. j
no, named person!... lo-wil:
. 1 L! . I 1 1 , S Willow
I'l.ink .1. Morgan, a
cd. . liO ,;, , ,., I), j. ; ,
III day ol'
su i j i ri c
o w -
Sara ii C.
now Oi leased ;
on. now ii'i'i.:i".
-i.oM i , i lf in
Ills sole and onl
D.-irs at law. Cerlrude K. Jl,,,,, hi
v.-1. low. iln.l :, s,(1 MorVnn
'.on- ...allied. whose wire is Kthel
Morgan; liavid C
.lit.!: .. II .......
whose wile is- Kate Moruan; 1'rod
.Morgan. son. whose wile j Mildred'
-V Miiraui and .lan.tte I ). Morsran,
single: i!'at at the litne of tl... a
i in.- sunt Xiil'-s V.
l ie o.vn.-r in fi
Serihe.l I.e.. licit.
tNet Contents 15 Fluid TrachT (1 n H H I M
i Ifpf 'tttiivCjJ For Infanta and Children.
zt' l .ALCOHOI.-3 TEiGt NT. ,
.More people are interested in
cheap food than they are cheaper I U!lt ,,e cai1 Prace out into his .'22
postage.- leal, backyard and annoy the surface
o: ne eartn wnn ins rusty spading ,-oased. -Mr. CMrk ranmii ,..,,lert.,wi
put his foot where all clashes get a Lent, tornadoes, blizzards St
fore we became a belligerent and
who are at Kast as weary as we
are of the duties that a state of war
still imposes. Hostilities having
The former crown prince is en
tirely consistent: he talks Inst s
foolish as he looks.
One-third of which we eat enables
us to live and the otlur two-thirds
is what enables the doctor to lite.
Tlie city election will soon be on
and while there are several candi
dates spoken of. none of them have
cotiD right out and said thev would
Irresponsible blowharris. too lazy
to work are the responsible parties
for hard times talk. That class of
people are. responsible for a good
many other things, besides.
With all our strutting, says the
Houston Pust. we mustn't forget
that we went into the war to save
the American hide. .Vow isn't that
a tine way for a Southern editor to
talk, right after the President has
said we went in for nothing but our
A woman who has been in the
yellow spotlight for some reason or
other frequently can make a suc
cessful go of it in the movies, but
something seems to warn us not to
be surprised if we hear before long
that Jack Pick ford has gone into
some other line of business.
a 9 .
ii is popular now to abue the
recent Congress, which needed most
of what it is sett inc. por instance
those who oppose the Daylight Sav
ing Law blame Congress for letting
if stand. And those who favor it
are lad it stands, but say Congress
did a good service unintentionally
We all laughed the first time we
lll.-i P.I 4 1... -...-1
........ omi me pacKers nau so gain
ed in strength as to be able to defv
the government. lint since so many
brewers are taking their equipment
ami meir political skill into the
packing business, perhaps we had
better quit laughing and look ser
Patrick's Day. Presidential Inaug
urations and other phenomena all
occur in March. Occasionally there
is a lynching bee or something of
the sort to put pep into those long-
drawn-out thirty-one days
This "In like a Lion and out lik
a Lamb" idea is very good, if Xa
ture lives up to the adage. We
have had the Lion's share so brin
on the Lamb!
r. iarricK is lamous lor driving
i ne snawes out ot Ireland, but since
we honor hi in on March 17 it would
have been more fitting had he driv
en the furnaces and snow-shovels
out of the I'nited States.
We don't like March and aren't
particular who Meals our little sec
ret ! World-Hera Id.
why our military obligations to the
common caue do not also cease, a
want of comprehension not surpris-
Morsan. fi,. v.--is
of the following (e-
tO-Wit: The son.-lir.-.l
1 "" 1 ' "i i ol Ilie sou I Invest riiiar-
t r iS ' j i of Se.-tion thirtv-si- :.;,
"'' '-"t seven 7 itl Section'
'hut:, -mv 1 .:;. all in Towns!, i, thir
teen il.'.i. in .rlli Kange thirteen !::
ln ' . In the county of
--. M .. , asKa. and also the following
property m the City of
. laiismoiiiu, . ass yonntv, Xehraska
lo-wn: Lot eleven ill) in l:lock on.
hundred sixty-live tlt.r.l: I... is ..t. .,-..
(Hi and twelve l'i, j mek thirtv-s,.-n
i::7: the w. l half .wi... ,.r
i.oi iixe i J ii. i:iok forty. three IM
.Mi.i 1...1:: toree I .. ) and four (4) In
i. km k ...rry-iwi. (i.-., i Said , itv ol
I'lat tsinoei Ii. f'ass ..ountv. .N'ehraska'
thai on the I'-.th day of .larniarv, IMf''
said heirs of the .said .Miles W. Mor
gan. Ii-wit. Sarali C. Morgan, widow;
Prank .1. Morgan and wife, Gertrude
lv M-.:iran: I .av id C. Morgan nnd wife
Ual. Morgun: Prod i M...
1 7VLCOHOI.-3 rE.t Gt NT.
! AVccIarjlc iTcpar-''. eni n
similntinthcFood b RcJ "
! tiniithcStomachsandBaw IsrfJ -q . -
WAR SECRETS COMING OUT.
Admiral Jellicoe's botk on the
ISritish navy in t lie war has reopen
ed the controversy about the battle
of Jutland. It will doubtless con-
i licre is something wholesome
about the American woman wheth
er she is our mother, or our sister,
or somebody else's sister that the
American soldier overseas appreciat
es more than ever before. And this
longing Just to see and talk to Amer
ican women again is clean and fine.
The American girl whose soldier is
overseas need not fear that Made
moiselle however attractive has
won him away from her.
Catarrh Cannot 13e Cured
With IOCAL. APPLICATIONS, ax they
cannot reach the seat of th disease.
M.'atarrh .8 a local -Jiit-ase. greatly In
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
in order to cure ft you must take an
internal remsdy Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine Is taken intema'ly and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
system. Hall's Cat-rrh Medicine Was
preset ibed by one ot the best physicians
Jn this country for years. It is com
posed of some of the bent louics known,
combined with eome of the best blood
purifle.-s. The perfect combination of
the inerredlents in Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is v. ?it pro.luc s such wonderful
results lr ca',rh--: conditions. Send for
V J. CUF..EY & CO.. rm.3., Toledo, a
Hall's Family r illo '-r "ona'Joatioa-
A certain talking machine is ad
vert ised as "the phonogr: ph with a
soul." We fancy it shut, dp of its
It is a question whether the
president repards the arrival of the
first senatorial round robin as a
sinjrer of gladsome spring.
Life is made up of little things. It
is but once in an ape that occasion
is offered for doin a ureat deed.
I rue jrreatness coiisists in heinir
preat in little things.
Willi national prohibition i-i ef
fect soon, the silver punch bowl the
House presented to Speaker Champ I ( 'ie to be discussed in naval Avar
Clark will be about as useful as the colleges for years. Some of the es
Kift of a traveling bag to a life sential facts are still lacking, r.ut
convict. the real sensation of Jellicoe's book
:o: ' "I iraiiK disclosure" or the almost
President Wilson is not a very total absence in the IJritish fleet, at
larye man. but his shoulders are "io outbreak of the war. of provi
broad. and he is able to shoulder ;.ii I sions aaainst at lacks bv- snlim.nrinr.
the abuse the disgruntled statesmen This is the more extraordinary since
an heap upon him. Especially I Admiral 'Percy Scott had long been
when the people know it is done for giving public warnings of the dang-
Ihe benefit solely cf the republican Jellicoe tells how his ships in
party next year. I harbor had more than once to put
:o: I ' sea to escape reported submarines.
ii ou are sausnc i wnn every- nai maKesnilt defences were re
thing as it is. you will have to be sorted to., and how greatly in peril
satisfied with the fact that Victor his battle fleet was during the first
Ilerger got twenty years for trying winter of the war at its tiase in
to discourage the military opera- Pcapa Flow. He expresses surprise
tions of the government, while a at the lack of enterprise on the part
loyal private soldier got forty years of the German, naval aul lioriites.
for talking back to an inexperienc- Put the latter were firmly convinc
ed, selfimportant second lieutenant. el that the Pritish ships had made
:o: themselves secure against submarine
An advertiser wishes to know if attack. On this point, the follow
we could join in the discussion when ing story is told by officers of the
Liszt' Third Liebest
o l.... -Minurne or i;ociu- -Very early in the war two (Jer
oven's Moonlight Sonata was played. ni,m spk4 pot fo lhc 0rklu.y8f (Ms.
We guess we could, only, people gui.scd as neutrals. There were vcrv
"i' l-"r minus anour those few r,rnpi.n. ,
ships- were calling at Kirkwall. The
spies got 4ack to Germany and gave
the astounding information fo the
German chief of intelligence U:a.t
ing, perhaps, on tl part of a mail I " ir ' -Mildred X. Morgan 'anil .lunette
-."i k.iii. .-mme. inn eved the west
who opposed the draft law which ''alt i v. . ..f i..,t tiv. .-,i , i:io. k
. , i'"ii -h i .;.:. in ti e citv .r iatt-
alone made it possible fo wage war nfutii, Ni. inndi.-i. to one James w
S.i;;e, ati.l t Ik l ea I ter, on Auuiist' 11.
successfully. said heirs, ex. e,.t the said I. L-
I Morgan. Ih. ri deceased u-li i,..i,.
It is fortunate that .Mr. Clark I ,;' 1 ,: Morgan and i-aui c. .MoY-
IL.in. lion ii n nia 1 ried ioined i u-,i.i
lloes not today occupy the great of- "1- "one.d Lots three ( and
forir tli. in 1:1... k l..rtv-iw.. jn
lice to which he aspired in Hi" 'itv "f I'la'tsniouii., x.hra.-ka. t.
... . . . , , . I"'.' S'VT: thereafter, said
l.altiniore ((invention ot 1912. Ii is heirs. t..-w it, c. rtrude I'.. Morgan.
, wi.i.,w: I'.mi . '. a;., ma ii. simk!.- Lein-'
i')rtur!ate that he is not commander- tin- in-ir ..! i-'r.-.p.k .1 M..r-.'ii. -.nd
I IS. Vi.l I M...... 1 ...!.. ..
in-chief of the armies of the I'nit- ir.tn. and ' i'i-h c". Moma.'. .-m..i wit.."
Mi'.lr. .1 V M....,-., 1 ...
. speaker of a house I. u vn .11. a';d twe Ve (i- ."i uu k
I tl-il I . .1 . T . I . . . 1... . . .......
oi representatives doomed to ct inc- ,.,..,m u ' Cn, '.v ' v..!,... "t. '
4th of next March his . I" . ' V ''::.. Kil "' " " i;i
Tlicrcbj' PromoUn Dl cslion
Cheerfulness and RestContains
neither Opiu m. Morphine nor
Mineral. Not XaucoW
, harm Sml
' tfanfini Sajar
" lUnfrrjrrrra flavor
: i .VlIpful Remedy for
! Constipation and Diarrhoea
and Fcvcrishness anl
Fac simile Signature of
i f jp- In
if . ri tt rr
1 - -
Kxant. i-opy of Wrapper.
THE CENT-jn COWPAN-
m torn crrr.
tton on the
importance as a puhlic figure is di
minishing d;iy l.v ilav. The oiilvi
mr l-.t it io.-r fiirtliev reor.s. ns
ihir the said S. ira!i c M..ru.in. widow
i ihe said Viles V. M...'.n,. deceas
ed. K. iaz a re--:. i-t, r :....l i . I.-, i. r
damage lie does hv his silly talk i I :'- -"",n v "f Ca-, ., i.raska. d. i.arted
I IS l:l. infest:.?.. ..v t i .. .1.... ..V
lone to his own reputation. Xol "!". 1!M.. leavin-- her snrvivin!?
i.-r .-...... and onlv hens at h.w l':.ni -
r.. after how eeneral mav he the ile-
s-le lor the reluril of all American
lre.i;; now on the other side, in-
IlirTint puhlic opinion understands
why this cannot he nci om nli.-'u"!
with fairness and justice to those
with whom we have hau'nd our-
s Ives. Mud n ;irle are willing that
tlie return of our troops he left with
out restriction to the judgment of
the president and his military ad
visers. lirooklyn Kaple (dem.)
wit'e is Kat.
an. whose wife
arid .taneite I .
.M.'i n. w In .s. w 1 re i
I 1 v id '. Mm ua n, w h.
Mi 1 mi ii : Ki-.-d ;. M r
is Mil.ired N .Mo.-aa
Ji'ii-.ill. sl'l-rie. ;: ol s;.i, I ,. rs l...
w-i C.-iiii C ?.:..i-an. I a Id '. Morgan.
C-...I h Mortari and .lar.i lte 1 1. Mor
gan. I'l'ln' an ..wier .f an undivided
one-foiir) h jr, 1 ii,- . . tale of said Sarah
" Mtin.,'1 n. dc. 1:1V, ,1
That at the lime nf ih,' death of I'e
.-: id S.i c:i ti M..I :,,ii. s,. was the
..'.viier of a ne. i I u. lor J:.i.. dat.-.i
In- e jn. I, uiv. ii l.y !(. L. fihliiatn
and Sadie (n.ihain. on the sonth.wes!
o'arier ..(' t!i. south'ast qutirter of
Se.t..n lift., n (!.". T.nvnsliiii el....
1 1 . north I :a nue 1 ;:. cast of the ;th
'. -M. i-i tie county of 'a'-. Nel.ras!;a.
!ue .loro L'a. i:17. Willi interest at six
per cent p.-r ann im. which said nmit-
eayc is re. or. i. -d m Look 4" of Iff
.Iced if. or.hs ..f Cass county. X. l.ras
I a. :;l ';u-c l.', and that 'l.v reason
t: ci...'. the said I'aul Atortati, Iavid
i '. Jli'i wn. I'rt d ;. Morgan and Ja
in are lie owners nf
l.faska. to l,e used as evidence at the
h.-arinr in said matter.
The prayer of said petition is that
the I unit make and enter a decree
li'idin and dei-rmjniti who are the
s i!.- heirs of said deceased, and declar
ing au claims against said estate l.ar
red l.v law.
A learin-r iiin.ii the allegations and
I -layer ... said petition will he had l.e-loi-..
t,,. -oiJtlty Jtidai- at his office in
the Cunt House in 1 Ma 1 1 smmi t h. Cass
loiinty. Xel.raska.. at ten lUn o'clock
a. in., on the JJnd day of March, lut'.i.
and all l.ject io ns l. siiid petjiiou tiinst
!.e til.-. I in said Court .... or 1.. I'..... s-.i,l
i.i aim i-.Mir "I L.'iiTiiiu', or the prayer
... .-..io ..-iii.inii win i.e manteil and 1
cr. entered accord i n s'l v.
J!y tin; Court.
allkx .?. i:i:i;s..v,
' 'on ti t v .1 ii, 1 ..
i:.v i Li i:i;xci: wihtk.
lay of Miir, ,, liii-i. and for set t l.-in.-i, f
of her iuiitl account and J'or her dis
charge us Administratrix of siiid
It is !;. rehv ordered that vou and
all p. IS . is iht. leste.l j,, niaU. ;
may. and do. aipear at the Coct,
ourt to I,.- held in an 1 f,,r said con,.
ty on the 1 v t j, ,!ay of .March. A. ! ,
l'19. fit i" o'clock a. t:i., to show cans. '
if anv there he. wiiv the pravei- of
the petitioner should n..l he tr:inle,i.
lloflce of the pendeji' v ..I
Siki'l petition and the hearinir lher..,f
tfiven to all i.elsons interested !.,
Sea I I
Cll vs. I CCAVKS.
-ttoriiey for Petitioner.
OHltKIt K lll:ItlN4;
uii I'd i I Ion for oiiif incut
The Stiite of Xeu;!cska, Cass Coun
In the County Court
In the maiter of the Kst.ite of Art on
'n re.idinir and tilintr the petition of
JlAf:rr?rJf7Ti -:,i'1 "'oM-i.e,. ahove .Kscrilied Kaioiuie Ka nka. praying i'..,! Admin-
FV.y-WN Thiit hv r. as,... oi ,.. f .;,...... 'tratmn ot said Kstate ri.iy he trr.tiit-
?! f&IttipAi Mets. said heirs f.-wit Caul I'M C . . '' !1 ;l ' ' 1 ' as A .1 m i -i ;' -. ra t ri :
fcS?&ty1?7li JZ U'-J- $ I' avid C. .Voruan. K," . M - 'i' ., March IT.th A. I . 1 f 1 0 ,
iy)AiS'Af;Si '".'.! and .Ian. tie I . Morgan a e now- '. ! a n... Is ..s.sls-n.-d for hear-
, m i .w mm I .
silld tlliltter hv
this oid.-r In th
ii scini-week 1 y
siiid cinintv, for
hiv of heariim.
Ill Witness Whereof. hilVe , , V , . f ,,
set my hand and the v,;,l ,,f said
'ourt, this 7th .lav of March v i.
puiilishin-r a copy . . f
e I'la'tMiioiit i .loin n..'.
newspaper printed in
one w eek pi iiir to s.. id
ALLi;x .i. i:i;i;s. ).
lXan's Uegulcts are recommend
ed by many who saythey operate
easily, without Rripiniy and without
had after effects. Oc iU.all drti
Suffered For Eight Years.
selections, and have been discussini;
later ones for many years.
"If there had been a week's dis
cussion, before the beninnitif; of tin;
European war it would not have oc
curred," the President says. Ap
parently, he means that if all the
discussion had ?een crowded into i
week, it would not have occurred.
The President may be riffht. As It
was, England and France discussed
the German menace for forty years,
without doinff anything about it,
and so the war did occur
there were no defenses at Sea pa.
They persisted in their slory under
the closest, examination. with the
result that they were taken out and
shot, the German naval authorities
peing quite convinced that their
spies had been tampered with and
were bring them an enemy trap."
New York Post
SPEAKER CLARK'S DEMAND.
Mr. Hitchcock explains that' what
ever was said concerning the Irish
Speaker Champ ( lark demands
the fiuitk return of -.11
I . , I - .... ..im:. itflll
i.iooieni ai me 1'resiaent s dinner I cii
was said in a vein of happy trivial-.
Ity, and the subject was not iutro-
now in Europe. He sees po
reason why any considerable num
ber of them should l.e hold ....,. ,i
duced in a serious waj". ' Corking i . n. .
b 1 to occupy German territopv r,wi;
subject to Joke about, those Irish. thp (,(.,.rIlKilVl f , ' . . "
. . me conclusion of peace negotiations
One can hardy speak seriously of anri p..,,,,.,,, - ,. . ,
. nnn uermany s comnllatieo w ih
Ireland's troubles, these days. Porta- the terms arrived at, i,e wo.,,..
nately nobody introduced the Ar- tUrow tIie )Urdens . '-
menian question, or the dinner I
tion entirely upon the nat ons with
might have broken up in a riot of whom we havr ,'
hilarity. , I tvr fiirWunw no.i.. , ,
-.0 ...... rt ..voi.y iu.ee years inJ-
The undersigned will .offer for
sale at Public Auction at his farm,
two blocks south of Chicago Avenue
and same distance routh of Louis
ville road, a! J'iattsmouth, Neb., oa'
" SATURDAY. MARCH 15TH
Commencing- At 1 O'CIock P. II.
One Hoist ei n cow.
One Holstein heifer yearling.
One Holstein calf. 1 month old.
One Duroc tried sow, bred; leg
Seven Duroc gilts, bred; register
ed. One Duroc Hoar, registered.
One Poland-China gilt, bred;
One grade sow. bred.
One hundred K. I. red hens.
Ten Ii. I. red roosters.
One farm wagon.
( On'.' spring wasnn.
Two .sets s-ingle harnes:;.
One set l,y-inth work harness.
One Mcllutte separator.
One 11-inch plow.
One lVi-h. p. I. II. ('. gas engine.
One galvanized wafer tank.
One galvanized -water tank
wagon. ' i
One Simplicity Incu.Si.tor,
.One Simplicity IJrood'-r,
One Copper-Clad Range like new.
One Clark Oil Stove.
One 7-passenger, -cylinder Aulo,
first class condition, fully equipped.
Al.so will offer at this saic the
farm or 1." acres, improved known
as the J. c. Petersen farm, on ac
count of other business interests, to
the highest bidder.
I'sual terms on above property,
except on the farm. Terms will he
announced at sale or parties inter
ested can ohtain terms from owner
or .Mr. YV. K. Young.
C. M. PARKER, Owner.
W. R. YOl'NG. Auctioneer.
GEO. O..D0VEV, Clerk.
11. .M l' i I h.tl. V m1 J.i 1 .1. .-
t . , -1 , ,, ,i j i " ,. ..... I , " "- -' i' """ii ;tmi ii't- nnff
f .' i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i iH' t( ' i ih trivn to u 1 1 irs.ns inier-
f- I i j . 1 1 . 14 . ....... iinititi .y MlMIiiniK a
tit in i" : iik r i n fii i o i i'nii- m rt.tt- , t-. , .. in.. -i
N.ue,- inieiest of rude I :. M- ,.,,n' " "'"'"IT' ' -." V."" "
-..11 the. el., tli'.t I . I . .. V. -. ... . " , " . " ' 1 ' I 'C I ,
' '.. ... ii 1 1 ... II" I 11 11. ...1 1 s;l 1.1 .'..11.11 Ttr 1 't.-eV. s-
. , s .i shui .i !. . , -1 . . . . i , -, is- s- c. w. m . u- w ,.;.... ... : .,
, . , I i ..." . .-,111
....r:::in IS IHHl' tie ..ivner of the fee le.-.rln.-
-in:;.'.' t 1 1 i - - - , . I. ..Is 11 :uid ! in le.t.d .',.. ...... r.- iw i n i s-
in tin- it .r l'l;itlsni..iilii. xi.l.l'.'v i 'Vm.'i.'o.v
I i.i .
n e...:iurv. XrliiM-ka, and all the
i iteicsf, liirid. till., arid estate, of said
.Miles . Morgan. nl-. known as M. V.
M.ii;an. Si i ah C. MoisTan and I heir
ens in and to all of tlie oilier lot
iiciciii described conveyed l.y said
loirs. having Ii.-en t i;i nsfei-red l.y
reason of said convevances
Tliat more tlinn Cm cnrs lia-
l.Hi-;. d Mnce the dale of tlie deaths
ot the said Miles V. Morgan.
known as W. Mnri;.i!i and Sarah C.
Aloririm each deceased, and that no
a;..li. ai ii.ii lias heen made in the
Slate of NehiasTia for the a ppoi ti t men t
'.I an administrator or the determina
tion of the heirs of the said Mjjfs
.Moiirah. also iinv.n as M. W. Mor
gan, each deceased, imhI prayinir for a
determiiiation ...f the time ot the deaths
of said Miles V. Morcan. also Known
as M. V. Miiiciiii, and Sarah C Mor
gan, ea. li deceased, and a determina
tion of their respective heirs, tlie de
urce of kinship and the rinht of de
scent of the 'ini.ity Ixdoimin;- to
each of said deceased persons in the
State of Nehraska. and for a decree
lairiie, claims. That hearini;' of said
Million will he lad In salt! Court on
April -V 1 !)!!. at ! (."clock a. in.
Iat! at I'l.iltsnioiith. .N'ehraska,
'uis 7 1 Ii dav of Kehruarv. 1!l't.
.li.i:n .i. i:ki;si)X,
( oil 11 1 V .J lid
P..' n.tiKD.NCi: WiUTK,
Sea 1 tn::-:;w Clerk.
okiii-.k in m:itix;
ii io I Nolle.- on Petition for
Settlement of XccimiiiI
In the County Court of Cass .coun
Slate of .N'ehraska. ("tiss county, ss;
To all persons interested in tli.
also ,.,. ,,f :ianche Marsh, liecease.l:
On readimr the petition of Ulixaheth
Schwah. .dminlsti atrix. praying a final
settlement an.l allowance of her ac
count filed in this court on the 7th
Rheumatic pains, lame hack, hh:
muscles and still' joints often are due
to overworked, weak or disordered
kidneys. Daisy ;0n. It. F. D. 3. Rox
234, Savannah, - Ua., writes: "I
suffered eight years with pain in the
back and could not do any of my
work, but since taking Foley Kidney
Pills, I can do all of my work." Sold
SEED SPRING WHEAT FOR SALE.
I have about 200 bushels v.f the
celebrated Marquis beardless spring
wheat, and about 50 bushels of the
bearded spring wheat similar to th"
blue stem variety, for sale on my
farm near Mynard. Excellent qualify
and clean of foreign seeds. Call
Sherman Cole, phone 4014. daw
A mild system of treatment that cures PUm p;,. .
other Recta I Diseases in a short time witho .S! a Di
fiiol nnpraimn w rhi i-.v "nout Severe sur-
9M u -tttZJT W". m nn....: li , . . - ""ui a severe Inr.
- Z i" u.uroiorm. ttner or oth 171t
for treatment, and no money to be paid until red. WriieforXHn RelDZ.0" I"
and testimonial, of more than 1000 prominent people who bavebeeo MrTanennT:TUh nan,es
DR. C. R. TARRY 240 Bee EuMdlnrr oma-i a ZZt - ...
Co ,j nly of Cass,
In I ! e "oi in t Court.
In the m.itt. i oi the KsWite of Caro
line 1.. Heed, 1 'I'll a si d :
To Hariict i:. ."Vlo..rmau. Jda I.. H.d.
crts, l;!.ed.i !:i.e, Charles C. Keed, and
ij credit .is. I.iis and other persons
interested in the Ksiate of Caroline I.,
lied. 1 ...ceased:
Vou are l.iel.v notified that on the
"inh day of ."el.rt:ar . Cll', Luther .1.
i Im I r" li led his I it i n in the County
Court of Cass county. .N'et.raska. alien
ing that Cii niliiif I.. Heed tlie. I intes
l :i I e in said county in the year I S f 1 .
hin im..'iii ii 1 1 1 i i.led onc-lalf inlcrest
in the west hn f of th. southwest uar
li r Vi2', SW'i I of Section twenty
iliie I Jill", in Township ten (10). Knime
!'nui'l"rn (M. in Cass county, Xcl.ras
I;a. an.l that no pificee.l inus linvn Ixen
had or cotiim. 'need in said county for
ploi.ate or set t lettieti I. of said -."dat
in. I that lliis petition, r has an interest
in said limner l.v reason ot Ix-insr pur
haser of the said o;il estate. Petition
er turllicr all.'jies that Caroline i..
IJeed's sole nd only lndrs-n t-la w nre
liiiiii. I K. Moorman, Ida I.. Kol.erts,
Uho.la IJ'lee and CharU-s C. Jleed; that
the Interest the said - f'a rolme ... Kee.l
had in said leal estate was nnd is
.'.holly exempt from h 1 f achmen t . ee-
ui Ion or other mesne process and not
liahle for payment of any debts of
id deceased nnd that all claims
i-aiiist the said estate are l.Hrred l.y
Von are further notified tlixf on
Ihe 13lli day- of March. 1 !H :. hetween
the hmiis f !' o i lo. k a. in. and f
o'clock p( m.. the petitioner will lake
the deposition of Khoda I. ice, hetore
K. T.. Crericlis. a .N'otafy Public, at his
tm'ice in Sterling, Johnson county, Ne.
MS: MACH & F.1ACH, THE DENTISTS
H The largest and best equipped dental offices in Omv. x..
Q in charge of all work. Lady attendant. MODERATE PRiriro
fj Porcelain. fillines iust like tonth. lnvm.mn.. 'r115'
after using. iuuy stemmed
Luj "j.r.. TnTST w , v i ' T-ffM THIRD FLOOR, PAXTOJK BLOCK, OMAHA
Clear Your Land!
Parties wanting land cleared of stumps, trees
. hedges or boulders, should know what I can
do in that line with the aid of dynamite. I also
bust up alkali spots so it can be farmed like
other land. Knock the bottom out of Lacoons
ro Wet Land so it will drain itself. Celfar 3
Wall excavating Deep Tilage, DitcMnPo '
Hole making Tree Bed .preparation (for
planting trees), Killing gophers. .
V For results in Land Clearing, etc.. sec what
1 can accomplish with dynamite.
WEEriMG WAIEI!. NEBRASKA '
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