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riATTSMOUTn SEMI-WEKKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY. JULY 21. 101?.
Che plattemoutb journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSilOUTH. NEBRASKA
Kntcrrd at l'ot office, i'lattsmouth. Nob., as nccond-class mall matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 TEH TEAR IN ADVANCE
I'.tris physicians have decided tt
raise their fees to twice Hie pre-wnr
rale. N'inht calls are 1 he three
liius the rate formerly tleiiiumk'tl.
This will prolialdy jnvo one of the
ii:-t effective health measures ever
tru-d in I'arij-.
: o :
Th- human liodv is Mihj'Kt to
L'liHt tiiseases. lut the normal per-f-oii
Niddoiii develops more than 17 of
litem, while many set off with six.
This is one of the ca-'-s where very
lev p will in.-is: 0:1 having all
that is comiiii? to them.
A i::an named Yarnel. who live?'
i:i ! nh Anihoy. N. J . declares tii.it
a c:r which tarried r: miles i:i
a i-.i'. an. 1 men reiease.i 111 m- nope money. 31 on than monev. thev
(.f walkeil l:uk home ail'! , lu.,,,j attention and commo.i tense
-. t there in fini" f r lunch the next I turned in their direction.
!.!. Who put the yarn in Yarnel? ;n.
:o: i TRANSCONTINENTAL
The Imtch formerly liked to refer j
Wtlhelm as '"the royal boarder."
!':! lately he !:as ta!;-.:j to ilelivir
11.; :(i-li'iur lec-t'!fs on s-cient itic
s!'i jeets. to which all callers :it
Ameri.ni:'-!! ;ire f.-.rctd to listen, a id
t .v his victims are vondrrinsr who
i- tin In red r after all.
lie dependents becomes more hopo
ftil. What is liiilt today i.s-r.ot so
likely to be swept away by the ;-et
Another liiccnme is that n.-vt r
lil the world need producers s.
much as now. Kveryone wlio t:.;i
be taught to prinluce in anv way
shoubi be given his opportunity, for
the community.s Kood as well n-j for
his own. Helpless blind. helpltss
dtaf. hclpk..s obi people are .'.ti uu-nece.--ary
disgrace. Kach. if prcpor
ly taught and cared for at the start,
can learn to earn at least p..ri .f
his own I i t i 11 ic. With earning 'ones
se!p respect. With self risnect conies
All public institutions need
K.t! y,m-'.. f'irui' r !':ner !"
tl." ;. .-toil .yi.,;,::ouy .r i.e-t ra .
v. i.ti f fu' il to play "The S v r
S;i uiled Ilaiiiier" because ;i wasn't
I : 1 1 . 1 1 !i nuisir for him. is bi -
inc ibporttd to Jerin ; ;y. Woti'ti r
w't.it he'll play over t'o-r. . The
""'Vateii 11 t't- Kline" i - A p : -i i ( M
i-.'.. and i-i-n.'d:ow "li.-il " '!"!. . ii'
it.. X'ii'tirs Wreath" ! ;es:i t m- m
lit the kaiser any Iin.re.
THEY NEED THE JIONEY.
T! n r - v ti y : .
.-bare of t he ir is that w
v bd .lie;r'r i!ty ir.'..
oiir n.itf's !! a' ' ' . " :'.: '
I -i ;.- i 1 1. .. ... j V.V .;.;
!- 1.1 . r : -p: ' !
ei s -it 01 w '-.mi. : 1 : . 7 .
1 'in 1 0 ra 1 'Ii tl.e tin 1 io.i .' I
tboiivh upon thai 1 purpt.-e v.,r
what nia!" ever' t '1 i iiu n'ovc --o
.vii; and. on ;!: . !.!. mi i;c-
e i'ul I .
One of lb'- thin- v.hb-h it v. .1
1 isy ti iit"b 1 t ia -i siine f -u'di
p:"-:-in need was ill.- toial rli.tr;
ics. th' local ill - " Appro -
priatl-.ns for pub':- in n : it ims of
all i.-'nds were cut .b'.vn r;if s !:
ltx.ii iharilies di!,i;, t-'-n ; abno-t to
tiie vanishing pir:". ' tTi : it
was t.pcessary to ::.i-. I' Thiiti-.
bad we not won til.- 'v.ir. tliert
wool 1 have been :! ch iri'ies n.'t
correctional institution-. Ti:e iti
h.ibitants miht biv sutier'-d :i
more crud fate than our neglect.
Whether nect..-.uv or 1111 reiy
areb-.v.--, the fact remii.i; that ali
t!ies i n.-t it ut ions :,r 1 tielp ri-.lit
now. They do 11. tilt litip-baza-d.
offhand t:i--:' of ermi.b:
whieh they used to K' t. "I ll.-y need
anl must have somevvlia. fd
.-.line ommunity concentration v.";
Siivr I lie w ar.
With tho fliiainat iot! of p"hcl
all over the country, work fo: pub-
Intcre-t in the 1". S. .V'.tor Trans
port Corp?' "Victory Tr.iu" will
urow that train ro'N v est ward.
It is n its way from the national
capital to the Pacific coast, and in
its progress across the continent
will probably constitute tin most
impressive parade ever organized in
There are sixty motor trucks, of
i'!l makes and si:e--. loaded to ca
pacity and manned by 20 enli-ted
t.'cn f the transport corps and nine
oi'icers. The i-aravan is as complete
ir itself as any army unit could b". j
It carries all its own provision-.;
camptr.LC equipment, repair oiiih
' tc. The men eo ! thiir o.
rve.:!-; and sleep by the roadside :i
I I? intended as a construct i v
i'p'T!!ii''iit. Tl.e e'i.:i:ifer.-: attach
el to t!;e train an- in.i'iiii.;' a can
ft'l jr::dy of true!:
' ! ml a : let.- p!.
The rcs::!t will be
civerur.-. n. They
valuabb- for ti e i.il
Contrary to all cxpev;i,t ions, tt.c
Fourth of July passed wttliout u- y
marked lied outbreaks, or homo
throwing:. Whether any had been
intended, and then abandoned b.
cause of announced preparations fo
I dealin;? with it. is hard to tell.
lhere was, on the other har-d. a
fireat demonstration of patriotism
which would seem to indicate n'-.-or
certainly that the people of this
country are not generally in f.ivor
of any anarchistic uprisings or any
overthrow of the government.
This is reassuring, and there may
be a natural tendency to relax vigil
ance a little. It will not be safe.
The Keds may be sleeping, but tto-y
are not dead. The?' aro hiving
their plain, making their plots, and
simply biding their time, just awa't
ing that very relaxation of vigil
ance. Kyes must be kept open. ears
strained to hear, for this is an in
sidious enemy which the country
must conquer. Just as every loyal
citizen constituted himself a com
mittee of one to be on guard against
traitors during the war. so must all
Continue watchful against this s;s
deadly if not so numerous a foe.
I ' lit i I the ring leaders of the Red
activities are caught and punished
and the foolbh followers educated
to better thing?. America cannot af-
1 ford to relax.
ALL WEALTH NOT LISHONEST.
Kvery institution which limits
supply and unjustly levies tribute
from the people should be taxed to
death or conliscated for the general
val. and failing in this, then the
people should destroy it by force,
! the same as thev would kill a rattle
snake crawling its .-limy length
;-.fross their path.
I' If gnat magnates of trusts, cor
j porations and pools shall accumu
. 1-ite hundreds of milPons by 1 1 1 -: 5 1 -j
of bribery, corruptly creating
I monopolies upon necessities which
' bit ed a helpless people of their
litvncii-.l life blood, then such a man
'iioubl he forced bv !.r.v to pay sii ii
To the unknown heirs-, devisees.
..:;:!!. s, perse. ;i. I re I ' re. - e 11 1 ; t i ves, :iml
.ill t.tl ti e''l.--t..! i .1 ten sted in the
estate of Lank- x. !' stor: Jllss Mai y
.I.Hlie Mouli', if l.vil.e. if llf.'Oiist'd, the
1 iitiiumwa ceil -, iiia i.M'.-s, legatees , .er
stiict! re.i e-f.o a I i ves aiel all other
ii.rst.'is i ii t re t etl in the c.-tjte of
Miss Mary Jane Moore; John S. Iiarloy
il lii'):. it il, ... i-as. tl. the uiikiiowu
heirs. .Ic i;;e. s, I.-eatees. personal rep
resent :i t : ves ami ail other .e!sns in
teiestttl in the t state ef John lur
lev: Salmon i iirt r'.iin. if living, if de
eeastil, the i.nknowii iieirs, tievisees,
unities, p.-:.-on. 1 1 1 t-resiii t a t i vt s an.i
all other persons interest c-tl in the es
tate of Salmon Tantrum: Mary Jane
I "i; r! r,' 111, if living, if deceased, the
unknown h.-irs, i.ev isees, legatees, pel -.-..nal
if ,re-e 1, ; .n j , s ami all otht?r
. rsons iatert-sici in the estate of Mary
lane 1 ::: rt in in : the unknown owners
iinl iini;e,,wii claimants of tl.e north
east tj it;t it e 1- 1 Mj 1 1 1 of Section nine
teen ll'.il. 'I'tiw us 'i i p twelve Xoi I i:
l:a.".i;e thiil,-. 11 i::i. east of the Otli
I M., 'ass eoiiiitv. X. hrtiska. atid ail
oii.t r pel sons t laiminvr any interest of
himl in sael real estate, or any
pa 1 t t hereof:
o:i ;!liil each of oil are herehy n"
lille.l that on the'li'th ihiy of 'July,
r.i 1 :. a petition was liletl in the lis
trict Court of 'ass county. Nehraska.
in which Atla I:, liestor. Charles K.
I'.estor. lluy If. Ilestor aiel Kiancis M.
ISestor, .rt ; hi in lift's, ami the un
known he, is. .l.-visees, legatees, per
sonal repit-st 11 ' a t i vesr ami all olhe
pel soils j m 1 rest .il in ti.e estate of
Ihiliiel X. Itesior: Miss Mary Jnne
Moore, if living, if tieeeaseil. the viu
1 riown heirs, il.-visees, legate-s, per
sonal re pi es.:i la 1 1 ves aiitl all Other
I c rsons interested in the c-talt; of
Miss Mary .Ian.- .Moore: John S. lar-
y, if iivirt., if tieeeaseil, the unknown
eirs. ih viset s, legat-.'es. personal rep
resentatives an. I ail other persons in-
t ! est cil in the t state of Jahn S. Uiir-
!; Sainton lhsitrum. if living, if tie
eeaseil, the unknown heirs, tievisees.
! -iratees. personal I epltsen t at i is ami
ail otiier pels-. ins i n t eres t e. ! in the t :-
I ile of Salmon l'.urtrum: Marv Jam-
I'.u rt run!, if iiviasr. if lee ase-l, t!;e
unknown heirs. t!eisees. Jegatets, pei--s
ual repi t seiit at 1 i s and ail other per
s ns int. r.-stctl ii the estate of Mary
la :f I turt rum : the unknown owners
aa.l unknown claimants of the north
east i;;iarier t . 1 1 1 1 of Section nine-
. n (!:. Tnwiiiiii twelve OJ. North
I !r,:;e thirteea i I'll, east of ti e f.tn
I . M., Cass county, Nehraska, and all
other p. rsons r aiminj; any interest
"t any kind in said real estate, or
anv part I hereof, were defendants.
Tin- oh.ject .11. d piavtr of which pe.
: timi are to tuiet the title In the
pi:: i ii t ill s. Ada I:, l'.tslor. Ciiarles K.
lit stm, iluy II. I'.oMor and Fi ancj s-'-"M
IN slur to tin- m: theast euai'U r (Ni;i
of S. t lion nineteen (l:'i. Township
.vi-l.-e il-'i. Xurt'-i Kair-. 1 1 1 i rt ..,
cist of the titli IV M.. Cass eoniity. N--
luaska. hitaii-e said p!ainti:is hav.
1 id the actual. ote!i. notorious, cxcl.i
s.e and ;oier-e possession thereof
aa.l cvti v part and ) art el thereof fo;
i.ore than ii n a i s las! past prior t "
th.- t .no :. . n. . r j i - i : m said action, ami
.'I e'l'llahle relief
( !!icie?'cy :'
ri'- cin d i : ion -.
valucb'e to Tio
sbou'.l ;:;-t 1.'
-1 r i i i :C1 i r i of the
Public Service Corporation
Can be had in amounts of
First National Dank Bid's, I
.... ...LJt.-.u- V.WjmT'.
public, and ft r t he
from the tour.
-t itu.il'is to bigl:
!!:it i'i;iv come
VHERE ARE JOIC, AND SIMON?
Kvery IMtJe uiilo an echo, like
(! refrain of a sad old s:hik. comes!
t.. remind us or th- dr . Iiul days of
w a r.
There is now in thi- ?oi:i..ry :
l'tlian soldier named John !)
(root. Me is se"l.intr h : v in Iioa-.-.
lo!in and Simon, whom ho h -; not
seen since 1 It 1 I .
Ilf had a little mot ort t li"ti
in Antwerp when he joined the
Kian army at the bn. -in'; of the
war. lie left his wife in hjrt;e of
the thop and with the llrjle twins,
then ten mouths old. T'i- wife was
frail, and soon after tin: husband
left, she died. Ilefore her .; t ii ; h--iiad
heard that her hus'oaml w ,
dead, :o he av; the chil-l.-eu to j!i
American minister and his wifi.
f ater the boys were brought to
America, but all trace of 'hem ha
After bein wounded, and then
enduring the horrors o a. (it-riuu
prison. Ie Grrxit at last was i'r f
to return t(i his home, only to f ni
it abandoned and his, family i-ono.
All h could learn was that his
boys had been brought t j Aiucric:;.
So now he is here, huntiu-.r for
them, and has offered a r,,va!d of
100 for information abour them.
They are six years obi now.
but they will riot know their soldier
father when he finds tlcm. 13 Jil
ways jsays "when", never "if". Wi.ci
he i loos find them, he tip'ris s
t iblish a home right heu in Amer
ica. "I wan my beys o tie re .1 red a
I American citizens," say?. John De
j tax a.s witild prohibit his method
;':id reduce his illotteu millions, to
! nf b-::st t i, ),i -and.-, and i:i the sa;ne
', Hi p.rtion that h- i ' : x .1 the burd
jet, be lifttd from tb:; backs of ilio.c
j whom he has robbed. And if his
! L-rca! wcaltii of id shall prevent
courts and law -makers fr m Kivin;;
prop'-r relief to those oppressed by
him. then it is risht and just that
they treat him exactly as they treat
the other hind of thief the one
who enters their homes and rob
them of whatever (if value he can
There is no poor man's home in
all this broad land where co'.d-stor-a:re
pirates and other public plund
erers do not etiter and steal a por
tion of the sweat and blood earned
wane, and they are a.s much burg
lars as the low-browed brutes whose
methods differ only in that they
necessitate skeleton keys, jimmies
and dark lanterns. Exterminate
them like you would body lice, and.
as I'atrick Henry or somebody has
before remarked: "If this be treas
on, make the must of it."
Hut there are decrees in every
thing, and it makes a jrreat differ
enee how a man came by his wealth.
Ile may livn in a mansion and wear
diamonds and have a perfect Itnal
and moral rih to it all. Let u?.
then, be manly and Rcnerons enough
to rejoice that such a man can be
happy and prosperous, even if we
V IS i.
;.!;! c;e o; you are turthei
n .tihed that V'"i are ie.iiied to an-
v. r said pt titi.-a ii or hcler.- Mon
ti. iv toe tirst d.i of Selit.-U. hir, ItU'J.
ADA Ih liKSToi:,
i'm.i:i.i:s k. m:sTiii:,
I'.I'Y il liKSToi:,
KKANCIS .M. UKSY' !:.
I "ia ' n I : It's.
C. A. I1AW1.S,
I ! - " u . At torney.
la th" (iNrriit I'ourt of Cass eoun
l . Ne ii a.- l;a.
William I :. Iliiiihi'itf. I'iaintiff, vs.
W.iM.er '. 1'el.i.n. if living, if thad.
lit l:'l,M)ll II lei-s, iM-H., I. ;.lli. .
. r pei.-oeal v Pi . sen t a t i cs of sail
T artier W. i t.'.t?;i. ami the north hail'
ot toe mot! .ea.-t .iiiaiter i N 1 .. Nh', i
Si i h.'ii i u i i, -s i i.'Oi. 'low i. 1 : . i .
on i tin. Knnio' thirteen l:!i. in I'iiy
UDtv. .Nehraska, and ail j-ei-sofs
l.iitain- any i merest of any hini 1:1
I n c-t.'te or anv nart thereof.
I ' ft its.
1 it rm r . r olden, u
h a.il. the unknown h'ir-.
,ej.,...s if--o;, ret ri-!i t a ' i . s if
said Wiit.tr W. I-.. l.:e;i. .i:el t not 1
I . if ' lie ::o: ! I.- a.-t p.-.-lt r lX'. Ni:
I . 1 of s-cetpo: : -.v.'i.i; -s: , (- ', 'l'o'.vv
j ! i ; ! e n i 1 '- ', I ;; 1. -c t ;:.! 1. 1 .: 1.
Iia i'ass e..i.r.;. .Ni l 1. .-ha. a:: 1 ail p. r--1
I.s t h. i 1 . : .' 1 1 ir aii.- : i; l.-rt .- t of a m - kit"!
! 111 -aid real t stale or anv Part thereof.
I o-i 1 tula ii I s :
Vmii and ea.-h of von are h. rchv no
I 1 aetl thai 1 ! ,. 1 -2i h tla y of .1 1, 1 v .
I : I !'. William 1 :. I :.! n 11 i ni.-, plaiutitt
herein, has hied. In.- petition 111 i!"
t i rn-t I'.iinl of 1 ass county, N.hras-a-rainst
s:, 1 It f mia n t s, th1; oh
ie. t a. id piaer ef w hich are to can
it 1 of rein. I a lce:! 011 said i.-al
ate in. id. he .latins Kohl, 11 and wife.
S.rrah. to Warner W". 1'ol.icn, on tie
vt.i tlav ot .March, ivmi and iteori!-'.
in look tel-e ( 1 L- at pa a' three htli!
dltd ll.irly-oae ti;:;i of tiie deed re. -
nils of said I'ass county, ami to t:ih t
in plaintiff the title to the said north
I all' i. the northeast iii:iil"i' i.N'i j
X.'l'i I "f Section t wen t y-si v (l''ii.
I'o.v iish i t fen (lei, llatii;.' thirteen
tl:ll. in sa it! eoii.u y. against all claims,
iijhts and tleman of all -of said th -1
clehi lit s.
Vmi are reipiii. .1 to answer tali!
petition on or In-fore the :i!st iiav of
..'I -'.lis I. t!Ul.
lifted this 1 Jt h ' da c of .till.-. l:il!i.
WILLIAM :. I'.ANVIMl.
I. O. liU'VHIi,
j 1 I - 1 v. A t tt.niey.
Ff you have anything to sell or
want to buy something use the Uaily
Mlilt ll Til ItKIMTOItS
The State of .t hraska, l.'ass coun
In 1 h " 'n 1 j 1 1 1 y !o 1 1 r t .
In the matter of ti.e Kstale of An
I'oi Kanka. di-t eased:
To the ere.ii'.irs of said estate:
Vo l are hoi-ehy not Hied thai I w!'l
sit sit the IV.iinl v I'ourt 1011111 in I'iatts
moiith. in sai.l county, on Aunast 1 :'.
i:i: ami Noyciiiher j ::, HUH. t lrtoia
o t lock h. 111. o'i eat h day to receive
ami examine all claims asainst said
estate, with a view- to their adjust
ment and allowance. The true limit
ed for the preseti t a I ion of claims
acainsf said estate i three months
from the K'th tiny of Aucust A. 1 1.
l:lt. and the time limited for pay
ment of itelits is one vear from said
1JIH day or Angiisl. IKl
Witness tny hand ami t;,p seal of
said feu 11 1 v ''ourt this Tth dae of
I.Iulv, I !i in.
ALLKN J HKKSO.V,
(Scitl) jli-? County Judge.
1.1:; i. miik 1:
To I'ale!. .. ",',0'iltiia n. if living, if
ii eeascil, the nnknown heirs, tievisees,
Ii jnli'os, personal representatives and
all other persons interested in the es
tate of I'.ileh A. YVoolruan: Susanna
Woolman, if liyine;, if decensed, the
unknown I t-irs. devisers, legatees, per
sonal representatives ami nil other
persons interested in the estate of
Susanna Woolman: A UK 'list us I'. Wool
111111, if living, if deceased tin; un-
kiviv 11 heirs, tlovisei s. letrat.e-s, per
sonal representatives ami all other
persons interested in the estate of
A mustus '. Woolman; the unknown
owie-is and unknown claimants ol
ti.e southeast tuarti r of Section oisiht
IM , Towtisiii, twelve ll.'l, X'rth
Kliiiie twelve II; 1, Mast of the tit h
I'. M.. ('ass eoiinty, Nehraska, ami all
persons elaitnini; anv inteiest of linv
kind in said real estate, or any part
Vim and each of ".'l lire herehy 110
titicil that on th,. H.".rd day of June,
1M!. a petition was tiled in the lis
liiet I'ouit of Ca.-s county, Nehraska.
in lii'-li Kdvvard Wettener was plnin
tiff mid t'aleh a. Wootuiiiti. if livim;,
if ileeeased, the unknown heirs, devi
sees, legatees, personal representatives
and all other persons interested in the
estate of Caleh A. W'nulinan. Stisanea
Woolman, If livit.e-. if ileeeased. tie
11-iknown Jieirs. flevisecs. legatees, per
sonal rcprescn ta t i ves end all other
persons int'-resi,.,) in the estate of
Susanna Woolman; Augustus l". Wool
man. if lix ins, jt ih-t -esiseil. . the un
known hi Irs, devisees, P-natces, per
sonal representatives and all other
persons interest,., 1 in the estate of
Augustus I". Woolman: the unknown
o Anils and cl.i j r.1.1 n ts of the South
east tpiarter 1 S i: 1 , 1 of Section cijiht
IS 1. Township twelve 111'), North
l:aiiL;f twelve 1U1. K,it of the ML
I". if.. Cass county. Nt I raska. ami all
persons clainiiiii; anv interest of any
kind in said real estate, or any putt
thereof, were defendants.
The oh.ject ami prayer of which pe
tition are to fuiet the tille In the
plaintiff, Ltlward Wegener to the
Southeast .platter ISKUI of Section
isht 1 Si. Township twelve fljl. North
HaiiKf twelve ilJi, Kasl of tiie th
I. if.. I'ass county. Nebraska, because
s.iiil plaintiff has had the actual, open,
notorious, xclusje jtzvl ad vers pos
"ession thereof, and fvfty part ami
parcel thereof, for more than ten years
last prior t tho commencement of
said action, and for equitable relief.
fir c:.:4te iJ7 A
July 1st, 1919,
the 1920 price
of the Titan 10-20
kerosene tractor is
CASH F. O. B. Factory
time is ffircn
will be given to any
man who needs the
Titan now and can
not pay cash in full.
These terms are new.
W TB have reduced the price of the Titan 10-20 from $1,225 to
Vy $1,000. This big cut is not justified by present prices of ma
terials and labor, but is made in anticipation that the largely
increased volume of business developed will offset the reduction. The
Titan now becomes the world's most popular priced 3-plow tractor.
If you have been holding off buying a
tractor because $1,000 was your limit
for a good 3-plow machine, your price
will now buy the best one.
To sell the Titan 10-20 at this low price, not
a single necessary feature has been taken off
to be bought at extra cost. The Titan comes
to you complete. The Harvester Company
is too oM at the business to offer you a trac
tor which is not 100 co efficient at the draw
bar and 100 9c efficient on the belt.
Remember, the Titan is a 3-plow tractor.
Don't confuse it with low-powered 2-plow
machines. For a fair comparison as to price,
add one-half the cost of any 2-rlow tractor
to its advertised price, then add the ccst of
all the extras you must buy, and that will
put it on a par with the Titan 3-plow tractor.
Then compare values.
In addition, remember the Titan is a genuine
kerosene tractor. Gasoline as tractor fuel is
unwarranted extravajjance. Don't forget that.
V e give you a written guarantee that the
Titan operates efficiently on kerosene.
You can't make a mistake if you select a
Titan 10-20 at its present low price. It will
give you power satisfaction that will stand
by you steadily season after season at draw
bar and belt. You may rely on Harvester
reputation for good service and fair dealing.
Go to your dealer. Arrange for immediate
shipment. This price reduction may make
delivery difficult later. Place your order now.
These Features, Regular With Titan, Are
Charged for Extra by Some Tractor Makers:
Friction Clutch Pulley V?9
wide friction clutch pulley, put in the rigM place by
a company that know where it brlonzs. It is prr-v-deci
w:t.'i a salttv tl.ielj The Vit'.t work scasou is
c n. Ar, cTtTa chnrr for Tiffri fiuffey.
Throttle Governor jv """n
K'.ves you r'.?dy sf-ed for telt wo.-k, saves fuel,
prevent? fain iosse?. works automatically and rer-fccl!-.
A .-, rxrra chaic?.
Friclion Clutch Pulley
Starting avd Sr-rvicp You Eet ,he Titan
Uiuiuila Ul.a kJ'I iCt; tra;ter without tho
cc-r p-'si-ry "starlinK and st rvice cha.-pe"' m3de by
sorr.e companies. Complete instruction in s:artintf
and c peratir.j is given iree. Sn rr'-i rharr.
T) rm ")nr W'ith the Titan you pet a convenient
xfuwiuf drawbar, adjustable side-ways and
up-and-down. Fits every cced. Compare it witii
otiiers. Af o erfr cTrge.
Pnnriorc With the Titan you tret drive-wheel
x tliutis fenders. They stand for safety. They
a'so prctect the engine and operator from mud and
dust. A-'-- exf'-r r.irce.
Plnffnrm With the Titan you eet a rear plat.
lui,u"" form. You can stand up and run
the tractor, put in more hours with less fatigue.
A'o extra charge.
rt mm -m
Platform and Fenders
i."i;'u-i! that y. ;iri' iCfiuirO'l in an--..t
it iti "n r l.ffuie Alon-
la . t!i- liisl l.i v nt H.-pt.-Pi tin-. 1!H'J.
i:iu.i:i) wi-:i ; k.vki:.
c. a. i:auxs,
ji ;-.iv:Mtla s. Attonu-y.
';" W'iMiani i: M'.'tt. il" living', if K--i-il.
lii mikmiu ii Iivirs. ilcvifa'cs.
'fuati'i-s. iMMsmial r-pi i sont a t i vs and
ill t ..'ii.i!s interested in t!ie ps-
lale ol" William liemiett: all lierson.s
iiiterestd in tl.f estate of .Jaeks-"ii .
l.ll;ain. -1. t a.-e.l, j nel ul i mk' ereditors
imI i 1 a i ma ii t s :
Yoii and om 11 of yin are lieret.v- no
t i i i -- 1 tl:ai o;i il,- nth day of July.
tl'l!'. a jietitioii was iiled in tl.e li.
ii'i. t i'ouit of ("ass eoiinty, Nehraska
in vl.i h V. t ;. lck.-r was ilain-
till ai:d William Kennett. it living, Il
i.-. e ls.'.l. I. is iinknmvi; I. t-irs, tl. i.-ees
leiratees. I.eoonal 1 e ; . resei. I a t i ves ami
i.llo!ii'i',i,i-i:is i'lleresleil ill the es
la'e of Willi;: in ilenneft nnd a'J HT-
-o:is int' iesr.d in tin; estate of -laek-
yiin ;. Oldham, deeease. 1. inelndinK
ri".liln!s and i la ima tits, were del'eu
i l.i il !
The ol.j.M t ami r""aer of which pe
tition are to mjiet the till.; in tin
piainlill'. V. (I. Hot il. ! !-, to Lot two
i i. in ih.- southwest .piardr of th;-
. in t i . west ou.Mler ISW'i S U' ' i ) of
S.-.-tiori ninetteii (I'll and L.t one fl)
il. the s.nit heust iinaitei- of the soulli-
vvest iiiart-r iSi-S l-'W'i I ot" -'eetior.
tnirt cm; and tin- west half of tiie
hoi thw-v-t ou.irtir V X W 1 1 ) ami
the west hail' of tiie southwest 'lual
t.T 1 W 'i ,V', of S.ttitm thirty ::in.
all in Township eleven till. .Norm
Kanie thirteen (l::. east of the tilh
I". M.. i';is.t eoiintv. Nehraska. hetanse
s.ii.l idaintiir h;:s i.atl the aetual. open,
not irions. eeliisiv( and adverse pos
N,.ssjei thereof. i::.d every part and
par. e! thereof tor more than ten veals
last past prior lo the i ommeneemeiit
of said ai tion, and for t'l'Jitahle re
lief. Yon and f a h of you are further
notified that vim are required to an
swer said petition o;i or before Mon
day, Kit; first tlav of September. 1 ! 1 9.
W. G. FODEIvi:n.
C. A. RAWLS.
!l (-:,.v Attorney.
You and each ot you are further Morgan, praying a naal
t IllClliat IllvtKIMi
nuil ilrr on f'ptiliou tor Se
, tlemrnt of .c'-iiii.
. In the Countv Cturt i'as couu
Stc-te of Nchiaska. Cass eoontr. s: j
To all persons i-.tert steil in t he j
.'iiii of liavid Stotler. tlpi-i-ased :
! " On readiim the petition of !uy W. 1
and allowance ef his a'-coinit tiled in
i his court nil the li'th day of July,
i'.ilP. end for his dischar.' as admin-i.-'
r.iTor said estate:
it is her.-!.- ordered that oil and
til persons interested in said matter
;:av. an.! do. appear at the County
Court lo he held in and for said coun
iv, on the nd day of ,lulv .. I . 1P1P,
at ten (I'll oil. ii-k a. in., to show
ansr. if anv there he. why the prayer
of the petitioner should not he fram
ed, ard that notice of the pendency
of said petition and the hearing' there
of he tfiven to all persons interested
In said matter l.y pit hi ish i ntf a copy of
tiiis order in the I 'la 1 1 smou t Ii Journal,
1 scmi-weekl v newspaper printed in
-aid county, for one week prior to
-aid dav of hcarintf.
' In witi.ess wliertof, I have hereunto
jet inv hand and the seal of said court
his 12tli dav of July A. D. 1019.
ALLKX J. BKKSOX",
Seal i County Juiiiie.
Throe rousini; viv.'is!
says he's not Koinj; to
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Eist of Riley Hota:.
I HAVE THE GENUINE
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