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PIATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY. MAT1CII 20.
The Income tax Is going right.
ACHES AND PAINS
A little cooler.
without any bobble.
Cbc plattsmoutb journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at Fostofflce, Plattamouth. Neb., as second-class mall matter
Sunday was a fine day.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
Not every man is qualified for
Put none but American on guard.
member of the board of education.
Senator Norris! Oh, he's all right!
The devil can't help but admire
the minister who is a lover of strife
You'll find Sloan's Liniment
Goftcns tlx a severo
rheumatic echo '
m mm BJ ?aP
Conscientious objector! Are you
in his church.
i-i-i i-r t'Ji i-i r v3 vi kz
R. A. BATES, Publisher
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Election two 'weeks.
Elect the best for city councilman.
We all want but little here below
Plenty of time to make up your
Don't turn down a good man for
a poor one.
Henry Schneider has made a good
We have good men then why not
building until lower prices are
quoted. Omaha Bee.
Unless ou have plenty of money
there is no place like home.
The I. W. W. and Dolsheviki don't
care for time so they get plenty to
It is a very sad vacation for a
man who drinks to amuse the pub
Nebraska will have no state elec
tion this year. This ought to satis
fy a good many who have asked us.
Congress didn't find out where
the shoe pinched until they put
their foot in it.
They call the Sixty-fifth the "War
Congress." And we say it was that
without counting the war over !:i
Europe at all.
Mr. Debs evidently made the mis
take "Of "his life by not doing what
he did under the guise of a con
"Daughters Always Tired" was
the headline. Of course it is a pat
ent medicine ad. but it is the gospel
truth at that and a great many
mothers know it.
Chairman Will Hayes is estab
lishing a "listening post" for the
liepublican party In Chicago. How
will he keep the crowd of presi
dential aspirants out?
You can nearly always tell the
thirteenth of the month without
looking at the calendar. That is
the day when President Wilson al
ways lands somewhere.
Old Admiral Von Tirpitz is re
ported to be penniless, but we
haven't the slightest intention of
subscribing a cent to a relief fund
for him, no matter who starts it or
However, we doubt that four or
five years from now, Germany will
be putting out statements to the
effect that her 1918 match with the
Allies was a frameup, and will be
demanding another match.
liy getting married. m Princess Pat
loses third place at the royal table
and moves down to the seventeenth.
The best part of the turkey will al
ways be gone before it comes her
turn to be served such is the sac
rifice she has made for love!
Tex Kickard says the Johiison
Willard fight couldn't have been
framed, because it went twenty-six
rounds, and "framed fights never go
twenty-six rounds." For the In
formation of the eager public, which
really wishes to know how to tell
straight fights from fakes, will Mr.
Kickard kindly specify how far
framed fights generally go? A
statement on this matter from a few
prominent promoters would go far
towards fcettliug this problem in
the public mind.
JOHN F. PHILIPS, MISSOURIAN,
Judge John F. Philips had made
himself part of the history of Mis
souri. In the formative, plastic
years of the state his personality
was stamped upon it. His loyalty,
hia keen intelligence, his vivid ap
preciation of the human comedy, all
found expression in his public ac
tivities, and these lasted to the very
end of a long life.
As a young man, just making his
reputation, he was confronted by
one of the great crises of the Na
tion's history. .His state was wav
ering between the Union and the
Confederacy. The division shatter
ed the social life of the border. It
called for courage and prompt ac
tion. The young lawyer. Philips,
responded to the call. He left his
long friend. George Vest, on the is
sue and put all his brilliant elo
quence at the service of the Union
in the state convention which made
the momentous decision. With the
status of Missouri settle.l. he was
ready to back his judgment with his
life, and he became colonel of the
cavalry regiment which he raised.
Later as a leading lawyer, as
member of Congress and finally as
United States judge, his qualities
made him a ealidng and a useful
citizen. His point of view was rath
er that of the older generation and
many of the modern tendencies
passed him by. Cut on the tech
nical side of knowledge of the law
and of sureness in handling the de
tails of a trial he was among the
foremost judges of his day. It was a
common remark among lawyers that
Philips was a hard man to have re
versed. Any appreciation of his life would
be defective that did not stress his
social qualities. In America we
have been so busy developing a
continent that we arc disposed to
overlook the importance of the fine
art of, social intercourse. It is an
art that goes far to make the differ-
once between a drab and an inter-
esting existence. Tlie judge was a
delightful and charming compan
ion. His wit illumined every sub
ject. The light touch, the fine taste
of the after dinner speaker were his
to an unexampled degree.
His death leaves a vacancy in the
life of Kansas City that cannot be
filled. For Judge Philips had
achieved that unusual thing, a per
sonality at once forceful, cultured.
varied, unique one of those rare
possessions that it is given com
munities to harbor on occasions for
a brief time between the two eterni
ties. K. C. Star.
Thirty or forty years in the peni
tentiary seems pretty severe for in
subordinate private soldiers, but
the Chanute Tribune thinks such a
sentence would be a fine thing for
the vermin in this country who
grafted on. war contracts.
Ex-president Taft now says he
would be willing to have an amend
ment to the league plan providing a
safe-guard for the Monroe Doctrine.
Let us have things America's way
or not at all. .
More than two-thirds of the peo
ple fo the United States do not
know the meaning of the Monroe
Mr. Ford's new car, we under
stand, will sell for $300 a pair, f. o.
b. Detroit, perfect mates guaranteed,
one for each foot.
Some men get too smart too early
on entering a new town, that they
are liable to wear themselves out
early in the fray.
April 1 the clock goes ahead oue
hour. Ain't that all right?
Every person holds in his hand a
stone to throw at the head of the
person in adversity. ,
It is Just as easy to display jour
patriotism as it is to sulk and have
to do it after while or leave the
A good board of education, one
that understands what to do and
when to do is what makes a success
ful city school.
There Is one man in the legisla
ture who represents eight counties,
and he lived in Cass county a num
ber of years ago.
It takes a man of experience and
education to fill the bill as member
of the board of education. And no
other should apply.
Reformers we always have with
us, apparently. Some work as long
as they are individually interested
and can make a show.
The Victory Bonds will get the
proper support. None but pro-Ger
mans and traitors to America will
fail to buy the bonds.
There is an abnormal amount 'of
house bombing and heart balniing
going on these days, with the profits.
as usual, going to the lawyers.
Once in a while you see a nice
looking lady who is trying to keep
warm by being wrapped up' in her
Numerous spring harbingers are
here, but they aren't hopping about
in the grass. They're lying on their
backs on the ground, with their
poor little feet up in the air.
Most people's anxiety ended with
Ihe armistice, but there are two
aviators in 'France who long for
actual peace. They have agreed to
fight a duel, but have been inform
ed that they cannot so long as a
state of war exists.
The filibuster conducted by cer
tain Republicans in the Senate in
the closing hours of the session was
denounced last night by Mr. H. S.
'ummings. chairman of the Demo
cratic national committee, at the
National Democratic Club's dinner.
fhis pernicious proceeding, he
pointed out, has delayed important
The expectation at our table is
that the old boarder who has just
returned from service in France
will have an opportunity to tell his
experiences by Sunday noon, as the
swivel chair veteran across the
table has begun telling how he got
his discharge, which Is believed to
be near the closing chapter of his
If your daughter in the Red Cross
is still alive and well, and your son
Is on his way home, and you a're
able to pay income tax and a few
remnants of your business remain
in spite of governmental regulation.
you may figure that you got off
pretty lucky, considering that you
chose to be loyal instead of con
scientiously objecting all the way
And now comes "Doughboy Dope,'
a Miiall volume covering army life
from "A to Z," as the title declares.
The book is compiled by two sold
iers "who met in the same army,"
M. T. Kopsco, an artist, and D. G.
Uowse, an author, and is published
by Frank K. Kane Company (New
York). The book is made up of
clever army sketches and short
paragraphs of the amusing incidents
in every soldier's life, arranged in
alphabetical order from Army to
Zero what the kaiser gained. The
drawings in the book are the chief
Put it on freely. Don't rub it in.
Just let it penetrate naturally. What a
sense of soothing relief soon follow!
External aches, stiffness, soreness,
cramped muscles, strained sinews,
back "cricks" those ailments can't
fight clT the rclievirs qualities of
Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient,
economical. Ask any druggist for it..
Still, a tool isn't such a bad com
panion "as long as he and his money
Men are holding office in Nebras
ka that are not citizens. How do
you like that?
The legislature will have to hurry
to get through on time. No fear of
the state house falling.
A great many people have suc
ceeded in finding a short word for
Bolshevism, but it isn't any uglier.
Chicago has a population of :.
million, but there is no telling how
many Americans sprinkled through.
"If the Havana fight was a fake.
I'd hate to be in a real fight," say
Jess Willard, and everybody knows
how Jess hates a fight.
The Dodge Brothers seem to fear
that if Mr. Ford is allowed to pru
ned with the manufacture of a
S25O.O0 car they may bo reduced
o riding in one of them.
Most of th 'mothers where the flu
raged several weeks ago and -he
lidn't tear, up the influenza simi.
hangs it out now, when a man ap
proaches th-fJoue that looks like
peddler or picture agent.
Suggestion to Mr. Hoover, who i-;
troiner to quit food dictating in July
and go to work for a living: It will
e much easier to get along if you
use your power while you still have
;t to pull the cot of living down to
somewhere near a reasonable sum
nur time basis.
General Von Hoffman says it was
Bolshevism, not the Allies, that
whipped Germany. But he prob
ably could find an argument on that
point if he conferred with most any
of the German soldiers who surviv
ed the fight in the Argonne Forest.
RED RIVER SEED POTATOES.
Pure genuine. Red River Early
Ohios $l.f.O bu. sacked. These are
nice medium size, free from seat)
and will go far in planting. Irish
Cobblers $1.75. Will accept mail
orders now, and save same. John
son Bros. Neb. City.
WATCH YOUR STEP!
This well know phrase is self-evident,
nevertheless it(is too often ig
nored, and sprains are the order of
the day, especially during this
month. Don't prolong your pains
by some idle treatment, but use
Triner's Liniment at once. This
remedy gives a quick and sure re
lief also in cases of rheumatism,
neuralgia, lumbago, swellings, etc.
You will get it at your druggist for
i he same price as before. Triner's
American Elixir of Bitter Wine, the
excellent remedy for constipation,
indigestion, headaches, and all oth
er troubles connected with stomach
disorder, and Triner's Angelica Bit
ter Tonic, the unrivaled remedy for
rebuilding vitality, have been slight
ly advanced in price, but our custom
ers will understand that Kky-high
prices of some ingredients and new
heavy taxes on others are responsi
ble for this advance which is fully
compensated by the conservation of
the best renowned quality of these
two remedies. Ask your druggist
only for Triner's preparations! Jos
eph Triner Company, 133o-lU43 S.
Ashland Ave., Chicago, III.
A line of stationery at the Jour
ual office that can't be excelled and
is hard to equal. .
Glittering generalities seldom
produce the gilt-edge truth.
Can't look well, eat well, or feel
well with impure blood. Keep the
blood pure with Burdock Blood Bit
ters. Eat simply, take exercise, keep
clean, and good health is pretty sure
to follow. $1.25 a bottle.
otici-: (ir nr.AiiiN
In the County Court of the County
nf I'a.-s. Nebraska.
In Be Kst.itcs of Miles T . Morgan,
also known as M. V. Moifran, ami
Sai-ali C. Moriran. each Deceased :
Tl:e State of Nebraska, to all per
sons interested in ki-!i of said estates
l-esiieetively, creditors and licirs. take
notice thai Ia-id C. Morgan lias niea
bis petition aliening that Miles ".
Morgan, also known as M. W. Morgan,
a resident and inha hitant of the coun
ty of Cass. Nebraska, died intestate on
ii'r nhoiit the Sth day of I iccernher, A.
1 . lsHi. having him surviving as Ids
sole .-iml only heirs at law. the follow
ing named persons, to-wlt: Sarah C.
Morgan, his widow, now deceased;
Krank .1. Morgan, a son. now deceas
ed, v. ho departed this life intestate on
the Till day of )-tohor, llt'JI. leaving
hint surviving as Lis sole and only
heirs at Jaw, Ci rtnulo K. Morgan, his
widow, and a son. J'aul C. Morgan,
mow married. whose wife is Ktl.el
Morgan: liavi.l C. Morgan. a son,
whose wife is Kate Morgan; Fred !.
Morean, a son. win-so wife is Mildred
N. Morgan and .lunette I. Morgan,
single: that at the time of the deatli
of the said Miles U". Morgan, lie was
the owner in fee of the following de
scribed properly, to-wit: The southeast
icarter (SK'ji of the southwest quar
ter (SV', of Section thirty-six :;,
arol all of Lot seven 7) in Section
il irly-si .".; i. all in Township thir
teen "- I :! . north Kange thirteen. (I'-'.'K
;ist of the t.tli I". M . in the county of
'ass. N hra. ka, and also the following
.escribed property in the City of
I 'la 1 1 s mont ' i, Cass county, Nebraska,
to-wit: Lot eleven 11) in Block one
hundred sixty-live ilf'..".i: Lots eleven
til) and twelve M"i. in Block thirty
sevcit (.:": the west half (YV'2 of
Lot live i.". i in Clock f oi ty-1 hree q 4 P. .
and Lot:- three ( :5 and four (f) in
l:loik forty-two (U, ia said city of
I Mat tsniout h, Cass . oei.ty, Nebraska:
that "di the -T.th .day of January. lHli,
.-aid lo irs of the s;iid Miles V. Mor-
an, to-wit. Sarah C. Morgan, widow:
!'riik .1. Morgan and wife, i'n-rtni.1"
iv Morgan: I 'avid C. 'Morgan and wife,
ivate Morgan; Kiel ;. Morgan and
wife. M:hl:e.i N. Morgan and Janet'
1 . Morg.-iii. single, convoyed the west
half W of i,ot live " in Llo. k
fort v-t hi -e it.', i. in the city of IMatt--lio.iith.
N't bi aska. to one .lames
Sane, and thereafter, or, August 11.
IHIl. -aid !.os. evcept the said Krank
.1 Morgan, then doc cased, whose heirs,
lici trade i:. Morgan and Paul C. Mor
gan, then unmaiiitd. joined in said
deed, conveyed Lots three and
four Mi. in Ph'k forty-two ll'. in
Ihe City of Plat t siiiout h. Nebraska, fo
one Jol n Swarson: thcr-afttr. said
heirs. to-wit, Certrudo K. Morgan,
widow: Paul C. Morgan, single, being
the heirs of Prank .1. Morgan and
lavid C. More an and wife, Kat" Mor-.-wn.
and l'rt d C Morgan and wife. I
Mi'o!rd N More-lit. conveyed Lots
'even ill) and iuoJo tljl. in Ubcli
ti jr'y-set n i:i the City of Piatts-
iii'iuth. Cass eoiiiitv. Nebraska, to. tie'
j-aitl Janette 1 . Morgan, who is now
the owner thereof.
Vio:r petit ior.er further represents
that the said Sarah C Morgan, widow
of the sa:d Miles W. Morgan, deceas
ed being a resident and inhabitant of
the -ountv of Ca -s, Nebraska, departi rt
il.l.- lif.. t n I es t a 1 , on the 1 t h day of
June. ll'l".. leaving 1 er surviving as
her sole and or.lv 1 vies at law Paul C.
flm-tnn. whose wife is Kthel Morgan:
:.ivid C. Morgan, ".l.ose wife is Kate
Morgan: Ki'-il !. Morgan, whose wile
is .Mildred N. Morgan and Janette. I .
Morgan, single, each of said heirs, to
vit. Paul C Morgan. 1'iivH C. Morgan,
K, vd C Morgan and Janette I . Mor
gan being an owner of an undivided
.fourth in the estate of said Sarah
C Morgan, deccaseci.
That r. t the lime of the death of the
viid Sarah ". More.au. she was the
owner -of a mortgage for :!. dated
.lure i'ii. piM, given by II. L. Oldham
and Sadie Oldham, on t lie southwest
lio.-Mler of the southeast quarter of
.-ettion .fifteen 1.". Township eleven
MIL north Kange P.". east of the btli
t j ti ,. county of Cass, Nebraska,
due June :.'), 1H17. with interest at six
per cent per annum, whivh said mort
gage is recorded in book Pi of the
deeti lecords of Cass county. Nebras
ka .at page -tV nun mat. o leas-ou
thereof the sail Paul C. Morgan. avid
4" Morgan. Fred . Morgan and Ja
nettc I). Morgan ate the owners of
-aid mortgage above describC'l.
That bv reason of the foregoing
fi'tv said heirs to-wit. Paul' Mor
can Kavid C. Morgan. Fred O. Mor
gan' and Janette D. Morgan are now
The owners In fee to the southeast
quarter of the southwest quarter and
Lot 7 in Section Township Ph flange
; jr, the county of Cass. Nebraska,
ui'd Lot 11 in P.loi k 16". in the city
of Plattsnioitth. Cass county. Nebras
ka each an undivided one-tourth
thereof, tie interest of the said Paul
C Morgan therein being subject to
llio dower irtcrest ef C.prtrude 10. Mor
an therein, ami that by reason ot the
foregoing facts the sahl Janette I .
M or "'a n is now the owner ot the Tee
simple title to Lots 11 and ll'. :n
P.lock o7. in the city of Plattsmouth.
Cass coiintv. Nebraska, ami an 110
interest. right, title and estate ot said
Miles Morgan.-also known as M. .
jiorgan. Sanh C. Morgan and their
1 eirs in and to all of the other lots
herein disenhed conveyed by said
heirs. bavin been transferred by
icason of sa M conveyances
That moil than two years have
. Ivpse.l sincei the date of the deaths
of the said Miles . -Morgan, also
In own as M. XV. Morgan and Sarah C.
Morgan each i dec eased, mid that Tin
application las been made in the
state of Nebroka for the appointment
of an administrator or the determina
tion of the heits of the said Miles .
Morgan, also Known as M. . M -aan.
eac h deca-ed. and praying for a
il -.termination "f the time of the deaths
of said Miles W Morgan, also known
is M V Mor-r:i. and Sarah C Mor
gan each dcciMsed, mid a determina
tion of their resoective heirs, the le-e,-ee
of kit.slii:- and the right ot de
scent of the property belonging P
each of said 1!. ceased persons in the
.-late of Nebra -k;i. and for a decree
barring claims. That hearing' of said
petition will be lad In said Court on
April P'PI. at 1' o'clock a. m
Dated at Pla'tsmoiith, Nebraska,
tu uay durs.
Jiy FLOKF.NCK WJ1PII
OTI'K T ,lll':ITOIS
The. State of Nt l raskit. C.t. Coun
I v, ss:
In the Co'.iitc Court.
In the M; t'CI ef -he Kstate of M
dalena Valh-rc Ion eased :
Tt the Cremtors of said Kstate.
Vou are Hereby notified, That I will
i'he Eind You 'Eave Always Bougbt, and which has been
in use lor over thirty years, has borne the signature cf
-d has beea made under his per
C&ZZjstts Ecnai tuPer"ri2ion since its infancy.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good ' are but
Experiments that trifle vitb and endanger the health cf
Infants and Children Experience agcirs Erperii'-er-
What is CASTOR! A"
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drpps and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
seither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant us for the relief of Constipation, Hatulency
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevenshness arising
therefrcrn, and by regulating the Stomach and T.ove aids
the assimilation cf Food;' giving healrhy and naa;ra! deep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Frieud.
GENUINE CASTORS A ALWAYS
.Is Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Afyays Bcurt"
T- r CFf4T.Of C O
.-it at-the County Court room in Platts
eio'ith, in said county, on the llth ilav
of April. 3 1 :. ami the llth .lay of
.Inly, P'l!h at Pi o'clock a. tn. on eac h
lay to receive ainl examine all claims
.gainst saifl Kstate, with n view to
their adjustment and allowance. The
time limited for the presentation of
claims airain.-t said Kstate Is four
months from the llth 1av of March.
A l. P.i IX and tie t i me ' 1 i m i t ed for
payment of debts j.s one year from
-aid fith nay of Marc!., Plpi.
Witnc.-s my hand anil the seal of,
.aid Couritv Court this Mb day of
ALI.KX J. BKKSON,
(Seal i ml.j-.",y. County Jn'lye.
notii i: or m:itiM;
In the Countv Courl of Cass eoun
t;. . N. biasku.
In tlie matter of Ihe rlst.ite of An-diev.-
K a nl ma nn. Iec eased:
To all persons interested in said
Kstate, i'i-, ilitoss and 1 1 ei i s -a t - Pa w :
You are hereby notified that Mali"
K. Kaufman has this day liled hi. r
petition iii this Court. a!lei inir tl.at
fcli-cv." Kaufman, late of said conn-
tv. died intestate in Cass o.u:itv. Xc-
naska, on or ahout the ir.tii chiv of
April. PJIH. I.einr a usident and in
hiibitant if Phit tsinouth, in said coun
tv- and the owner of an undivided one
hit if intt i-e.-t in and to J.ots pi, 11 and
P.'. in P'ock 7 , Duke's Addition to
i 'la 1 1 sroou t h. Cass county. Nebraska,
and leavins as his sole and-only heirs; caue, if an.' Core be. why the pravi
at law, Klisa Kaufman, his -widow, and, fo the petitioner should not be ria i
Miirie K. Kaufmann. a iautrhter, hothlo'' t!a petitioner so" ild not be irr;. ;i'
of lesral ape. rc-sidinu- at Plattsmouth, said petition and that lh- l,e;u it
Nebraska, who are interested in said, theieof it- kiv'-ii t" all persons i
property iicr.iniiijj." to the decedent i t rented in said tnatP.r bv pnldi.-hiq
Jaws of the state of Nebraska. ;inda copy oftl,is m .b i in the Plattsmou!
rayiiiir for a determination of i ho ' Jou i na I, a semi - w.-ekiv newspiip.
time of the deatii of said Andrew! printed in said cuintv. for three ml
Kaufmann, deceased, the names of his
heirs iit law and the decree of kinship
thereof and the ri'-;ht of descent of
t!-" real proptrtv heloniiinir to said de
cedent In the State of Nebraska, and
for an order barring claims jici'nst
joinl estat" and tor sik-m other orders
;is may be necessary for a Correct
disposition of said "matter.
Said matter has been sot for hear
inL. at the Countv Court room in Platts
mouth, in said county, on the lith
, . , nuasuicnc u-eii. n cure RnStAnitm i n rvery case Aocepte
lor treatment, and no money to be paid until cored. Write for book on Rectal Diseases, with name
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P A fJ" ISJ V V O T C (TV
da." of April. 1 Pi. at nine o'ci...
tin- fort-noon, at uhhh time and p!.n
all persons i n t "i i id mas' appear ai
c In! -t a :d pet it ion.
Iiated tcis Uth day of March, I'M
P.y the dent.
a!.i.i:. j. pi:i:s IX.
.K'MN M. I.KYI'A. County .ludc
Atty. for petitioner. (nil".-:.
j OHIMIt OP IIIAIIIM.
mill ill,... .if t.,l...tf.. It III
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State of Nebraska, County of Cat
To aM persons in t crested in p.. .
tale ot Pi. r.-o:i T. Walton, Iteeeased:'
n reading the petition of Theoihd
A. W'al'oi, piavinii that the instruunl
iih-d in t. is i uni t on the 17th d.i I
Maul:, in t x i,,ni purporting to !.. tl
i.tst v.ill arid testament of the sa
tie-cased, mav be proved and allow
and recorded as the hist will and t 1
lament of Pjerson T. Walton, dcrcn.
that said instrument be admitted
I probate, and tj;e administration
I sad e.-i-ite . grunted to Theodore
.1 a n i
ecu i oi s ;
It is her. by ot h red tl.at viol. :n
ali pei.-ouis int "le.-ted in said lo.itie
m:.y. and do. appear at the t "';,, l
C.'iit to h. held in and lor said com
t v. o: the 1 It ii da " of A pill. A. I
1 ! 1 X at ten o'c lot k a. in., to slo
c -sive weeks prior to said- day
h ca ri i i ir.
Witness my hand, and seal of s
Court this 17th dav of Marih, A.
! : 1 x
ALI.KX J. MKKS. in.
Sc. ill nii'i-::-.-. . Co-itity ,hii!,'i
For Sale: A yood work horse. Oil
ham Stock Kami.
SA mild synttrn of treatment that euris Piles. Fistula anl
other Recta I Diseasr-a in a short time, without a severe sui
gical operation. No Chloroform. Ether or othf tn.r.
FLOOR, PAXTOX BLOCK, OMAI
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