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THURSDAY, JANUARY S3, 1023.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURUAL
Cbc plattsmoutb lournal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at Postoffice. Plattemouth. Neb., aa aecond-claaa mall matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
Republicans and democrats cele
brated Jackson day, 1920, but not
Buying what won do not need is an
ea.y road to needing what you can
These days the tool isn't the only
one who is soon parted froni his
The general idea of thrift is to go
without that $330 fur coat and save
the monev toward a $4,000 motor
The governor of New Jersey an
nounces his purpose to do "every law
ful thing" to establish that prohibf-,
tion is illegal in his state. .
There is practically no field of
endeavor now for the expert cock
tail mixer but ever- concrete mixer
in the city is dated for months
"If a row could talk, what would
the say?" tjueries an Indiana proes
for. Judging from her usual ex
pression, she would ask. "When do
The art of literary condensation
never comes home to a women so forc
ibly as when she sees how little space
tl e editor managed to describe? her
w - IcUng in.
So many hats are in the ring al
ready that perhiip.-; the employment
of a hut cluck boy would be advisa
ble, if the candidates feel they can
stand the expense.
Fifteen years ago a good mandolin
player was as important a feature in
the college fraternity as the charter.
Now no fraternity is legal without a
And now scientists have found
fomc ancient tablets that say Eve
didn't do it. The feminist movement,
it is thus apparent, dates back fur
ther than had been suspected.
The theory that the present epi
demic of stomach trouble is the re
sult of over eating probably is fal
lacious, because several salaried men
have had it, too.
We can understand, in a way, how
Mr. Hoover wouldn't care to come
down to such a job as being presi
dent. But, hang it, the war's over,
and there's nothing better to offer
L ;0; .
"Don't worry and you'll live to an
advanced age," once more we are ad
vised. Well, we wouldn't worry, if
officials would only go alout their
business and quit telling us the cost
of living, would surely come down
within the next few weeks. It is
that constant diabolical stirring of
our hopes that .is wearing us away,
but if our expectations were allowed
to die a natural death there's no tell
ing how many hundreds of years we
might hang on.
The Anheuser-Busch brewery in
St. Ixmis has been converted into a
pork packing plant, and now it will
make a real margin of profits.
It is not know how the historians
learn that Cortez discovered Mexico
whether someone told it to him, or
whether he broke down and confess
Musical note: If the price of cloth
ing don't go down pretty soon it will
be rag time for folks of moderate
means, and we won't feel like sing
A New York judge has ruled that
the dollar is still worth 100 cents in
the eyes of the law. Tell that to
your lawyer when you get your next
bill at increased rates.
We have practically given'up opt
that anything will every happen to
that man iu the advertisement who
keep Jumping into the open drawer
of that steel filing cabinet.
When prohibition gets to thor
oughly grinding there will not be so
many gents shambling dazedly
around hallucinating that they are
katydids or binks of Bashan.
A Washington dispatch refers to
the long dry stretch we are entering
is "the great S,hira." but ardent
Irys out l-.r in Nebraska will re
gard it as "the divine ih;:ni."
Maeterlinck evidently id a rare
J March, 1917, the United States had H. O'Neill: Fam,;.. O'Neill: I.afayett
( . 10,-1111; J.ouis O'Neill and Dora O-
I aircauv urouen on uipioniauc reia-
j I ou and caoli of you arc hereby no
tions with (Jermanv; this in itself ! itvi that n ti lytu dav or January,
I -A t. 1UJ'. I'lii jn: irr iiu-,l its suit in the
sufficiently shows that it an official ' i istri-t Omit or Cass county, Nohras-
I kit. the o-hj.'i t and mirnnvo nf wliirli is
told him he would as soon fight the to (pilot and coinum plaintiff's title in
land to that part of Lots 1 and in
British as the Germans, it .was not , Hlook 42 . iyii outside o the toun-
t darios of Chicago avenue, in the City
seriously meant. If he was cau-'rf riattsmouth in cass county, Xe-
,t , . t, ... t ,, j l'l-aska. and to enjoin each and all of
tinned, Don t let the British pull you troni having or claiming to have
,, . !:uiv iit,ht. title, li,.., r interest, either
the wool over your yeyes. the ad-j i,wai or equitable, in or to said real
... , ('slate or any part thereof and to en-
vice may or may not have been need- join you and ,a !, ,.f von from in any
... .. - .. . . rannner interfering with jla i nt i it's pos
ed it was a question of the admir- session and tnio .mi.t ... m-em-
t, ... , ,. ... l-is anu lor coil table rellt.
al's strong pro-British proclivities This notice is jVl.n pursuant to n
, . - ! order of the t'otitt. You are re(t;tired
and temperament rather than of any , 8l,SWl.r petition on or before
.Monday, the Mli ,!;. v ,,r March. A. 1 .
iniquitous design on the part of the
British admiralty. Whether or not
the matter was discreetly put. the
linn necessary revelation c.f it I? a
blazing indiscretion which under im
aginable conditions might do seri
ous harm. Fortunately, Great Brit
ain and the United States now un
edrstand each other too well for (hat.
lit.'ti, or your utl.mit will be entered
I 'IjA'I'TSM i tl "n i : no. S,
Ancitnt Order ..f United Workmen,
1 Ma in tiff.
A. 1j. TDD,
TO ASSIST IN MAKING
INCOME TAX 2ETFRI7S
of Internal Revenue
h ive a special deputy visit cpss -nm-ty
to assist the taxpayers in nrepar-
irg their income tax returns for the
government. The schedule aii l dales
for the visit of the deputy collector
a;, announced from Omaha .ill he as
Avoca January I'S. 29, CO
Nehawka - January 31. Febru
Union February ?., 4.
Murray February 5.
Mynard February r
riattsmouth February 7, , 10.
li. 12. i::.
Cedar Creek- February 1 1.
Louisville- February 1 J 7.
South Bend February
M unlock - February 1!.
Alvo February 20. 2:.
.otici: to i.m:saiji:T
Tn i b-or.u'r V. : :yrk;t. Mrs. George
Vi'. Kyt kit atcl t-eir unknown heirs:
!avid Snias m. Mi. Oavid Samson and
tl-rdi- unknown h.iS; iMiilip Seiden
st riker. M rs. I 'I: i I . . Seidf list riker and
'.heir a n U n ' ti !.ei- and all non-resident
defendants p. mod in the petition
of the i.yuiau Sa:i ( 'mupany vs. CSeoie
Kyikit et f1 ,d and now pending
in me i strut I'ljft of Cass county
Ntl.ra:-ka: the i apolis Cnnipauy. i
corporal P!i. and ; :i other persons in-
.ere.-ti u in ine e ates ot Ceurw
i v-1 Iv i t. Ii.ivid Sj;.ison, I 'li ill i Seiden
si!ii:er and the non-resident stock
h tldci's ol the tii.; oreapolis ("oinpai.y
i .i ; : i .in "iin'i ii ; resiueni ueienoani."
l-ootnis ' has arraptied to ii;.r.i d m said pi ' tion:
i on and ( ai Ii o: you arc hereby no
ti:led that oti the !::th day of January
li'Jti. the l.ymnn s'.md I'ompanv. a cor
at ion. tiled its petition in thi lis
ttict Ciiurt of t"a s countv, Nchiaska
;lie oii.rect am! pj ier ot which is to
i.iiiet the title l i ii.e said Lyman Hand
'i.ipany, ;l.i::iii': i!t and to t'tc fol-
bi. inic ui'Ml iMi ,! property, situated in
the t .unity ot Cits., State of Nebraska
i c - w i t :
ommi iH'inj; at a point 1'.". OS.:; feet
or.st of the southwest corner of the
southeast (uarter of the southwest
;nartcr tI.', iV."'j( of Section tliir-x-six
(";. in 'i'o.' iiship tliiit(-(-n (i::,
of lliinp' thilte.:i itJ). oast of the tith
l M., and tin, lip;? northwesterly
Hi. ...t. leel to a po tit 71':;. 4 feet e:ist of
the northwest cot i . r of said southeast
ipi iller of tue .-out west iiiai'ter of said
Stdion t!urty-si; thence lunniiiLr east
leet to the r.attc river; th.ncc
sn :t hi a let ly ai..r ; tl;o h;.tik of said
IM.-itle liver li ii J : . it inteisects the
m.th line of sai.i Section thirty-six;
;!.i:i e turning st oi: said l:ne
fc-'i t tiie placi ,f hc-rin ni nir, on
ia .ainir !M a .res. :..- the s.'inc mole or
Ail t!:;:t porti, .
ma it r of the in . i
1 N 1 , f Sect h -
Itrli! Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more ycu scratch.. tl:
worse the itch. Try iH.an's Oi.;t
nv't. For ec'e:-:.;;, a'iy s!;in itcii
;!!;. t'.oc a box.
t 1 1' i, N-.u-t :
i . ! -. i .: ! ; :
t-of-w a y. t' t .
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ii' a', a p..
I'O.-t I: We- t ! III
tit- ' I ! 1 . 1 :
i;:-t i-i i it:
: : r i -1 . ts .-
. i " 1 . .
- !:.;.;!!- at a
of the northeast
east una it ( r (XII',,
!ie ( 1 i . Tow ash i ;
K:. list' t hi i t t en i 1 :! i
if the line o: the
:. ,c M. I:, i;. iv,
iv.-t of a. line mm-
:;:i'J fc. t ,;:.-t or
! of -aid northeast
' ?i i -a : ; i . ". i ; ! . i and
GET some today!
You're going to
call Lucky Strikes
just riiht. Because
Lucky Strike ciga
rettes give you the
flavor of toasted
m m v.
J Guarnnlccd by
&n T PTK 1 TX
1 . y
: i i I 1
!.!:; 1. M-i it-
o .1 I !
b1 MtJU i f mi-a
bird. He has abandoned his lecture,
tour because his audiences couldn't 1
I ' 11 i 1 ei i Wo 1 ! 1 1 lell,
W . : i ;.i Mis et a I. ! 1
a oa n t.-
America will have to admit it ha?
been extravagant this winter, hut
extravagance in one line has come
to an end. We don't look for much
reckless dissipation of cellar stocks
from now on.
Clothing men say prices of clothes
will go up. while government agents
say the price will come down. So
save a little out of ejeh pay check
each Saturday and brush your
Viewing the numerous constitu
tional objections being raised in Hol
land to the handing over of the ex
kaiser to the allies, it is a good bet
that once absolute William has be
come a zealous convert to constution
alism in Holland.
A new comet has been discovered,
its position being right ascension 3
hours, G minutes, 44 seconds, decli
nation minus 22 degrees. 2:5 minutes,
no seconds, which we believe is about
'!, t i
I v a 1 I 1 1
P. hi- ..f
K:ai. e '.V . : i ;.. mis et al. ! '. f
"1 t i.e . I ! -oi., 1. 1 -. Kin'.-c Villia ins
i-:.' wife "a 1 a.i 1 . 1 : 1 1 i 1 rus : the i.n-
UnderStanU UlS KngllSll. As if that . k: v. n hen s, .lev.s. cs. legatees, pi
1 so.ial representatives and ail other pe
were any reason to call off a modern ; :;,:"!S interested jn the estat.- of Knose
Williams, iieceaseii: the unknown neirs,
ill viset .-, legatees, personal rept (S( Ufa -tis.
and ii 1 1 oth.-i 1 -:, is 1 t-'.!
in the estate of 'a t i.arine Willi. iia-.,
.0 eased: .loan Will !. nils and wife I.o- j
:c,:a Williane-: tie- unknown heirs,'
li lees, legatees, personal JCplesen
I nivii and all other persons interest
ed in the state of John A i 1 1 ia ins. de
ceased: the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees. i-rsonal n pre-i n t a 1 1 v. s and
;.' other la. 1 iiiim i i, t .O'e- 1 ei I in the
.s.itc of l.oie'ta William:. , 'eca s ed : I
S N. .Meliialll .!!!. I wite I..d .1 .M iiiain.l
the unknown heirs, .hvise.-s. leu.::- . . I
Personal reprc- nt it i and a'! oii.rl
I'H-'Hh i..t rested in the e. ta:.- of S.
N. Merriani, deceas d : the iii.kiinv. ii
i.eirs. de isees, .t.iIi'"s, personal rep
resentatives and all other peiso'is in
terested in the estate of I.ydia Mer
riani, deceased; A. I'.. .i-vander and
iii'shand Alexander, lirvt and
real name unknown; the unknown
heirs, devisees, lertees, personal rep
resentatives, and all other persons iis-t-!c.-'ti
in the estate of A. It Alexan
der, deceased; the unknown io Irs. devi
ses, legatees. personal representatives-,
and all other poisons interested
in the estate of Alexander, de
ceased: dive A. Williams and husband
Williams, lirst and real name
unknown; the unknown heirs, devisees,
lesratccs. pcisonal representatives iiud
all other persons interested in the
estate of olive A. Williams, i!in as'-d :
the unknown boils, devisees, leatei s,
pe'sonal represent at ivi s. and all other
persons interested in the estate f
Williams, deceased: I'atiiaiin
Williams; the unknown heirs, devisees,
leva tecs, personal rcpresonfa t i ves am'
all other persons interested in the es
tate of Catharin Williams, deceased:
Joseph . Newbury: the unknown heirs.
levisees, legatees, personal repiesenta-
. 1. t : u 1 : t or.. -
! p : ' v sr.
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1 a ( 1" 1 .-a -I. 1-
ss . om,- I ,.;i ,,
A lieie!, t
.i t '
1 .f t i.
I 1 1,..
:11c 1:1.. i!.
I i i': ..: -o."-way i"'ni
j 1. a ' i. ii y to the pla
nr. 11 ill -one
!:: ! 1 :k :. ayi s.
!. 1 (-11 t h. . i ; ;
r . t ii-- n o ; ii.-asi
1 oi .-, 1 ; 10, j oae ( 1 1
1 1 . i. l:a I h. ir
. I'l'rl south o 1' t ' ie
said we a ore-half
11 t"i ; t li.-iii . sio-ith
sa id wi st on - ha i f
::: 1 ;. r 1 :: 1. s fe, t .
the i:. -M. K. l;.
e. terl .- alon-r said
.'et: I'.icncc norl!i
of b'.-.-iinninir, con-ne-hu
lul redt !:s ( M -
fives, and all other persons interested
in the estate of Joseph '. Nowburv.
deceased: John Siindell; the unknown
heirs, devisees, letratees. personal rep
resentatives and all other persons in
t( rested in t!ie estate of John Hniidcll.
deceased: J. Hoffman; the unknown
heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep
resentatives and ail other persons in-
( i-.l-eu t a i 11,1. ,Ut!lti lit 1 I 1 I .t't'.'l :l
the usual position of a favorite son ' deceased; Paul Xiick"l!s and wile, Mrs.'
candidate for president.
Public Service Corporalicn
Can be had in amount of
First National Bank Bid's,
Among recent white paper plund
ers is the editor of the Palmer Index
who informs his readers he has in
vested to the amount of $100 and
says that "no matter how scarce pa
per becomes or how high it is, the
readers of the Index will be sure of
getting their paper regularly for at
j least 70 weeks."
I We have not been heartlessly
j abandoned. Kmnia Goldman de
clares she will not stay in Russia,
but is coming back here to save us.
We were almost saved during the
strike period last fall, but not ouite,
it seems. About one more visitation
Of that kind would save us for keeps,
i'aul Nuckolls, lirst and real nam.i
unknown: tin; unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, personal representatives and
all other persons interested in the
estate of Paul Nuckolls, deceased; the
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per
sonal representatives and all oilier
persons Interested in the estate of Mrs.
l'nul Nuckolls, deceased; Kupert Nuck
olls and wife .Mrs. I'lip.-rt Nuckolls,
lirst and leal n.oie unknown: the
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per
sonal representatives and all other
ncrsons Interested in the slate of
I'. llp( It Nuckolls, deceased: the un
known heirs, devisees, legatees, per
sonal representatives and all other
persons interested in the estate of
Mrs. Kupeit Nuckolls, deeefised; Uruce
Johnson Nuckolls and wife Mrs. Urnc
Johnson Nuckolls, first and real name
unknown: the unknown heirs. dvise s,
(tgaicos, personal representatives, and
ai' other persons interested in the
slate of Hiuce Johnson Nuckolls, de
ceased: the unknown heirs, devisees,
legatees, personal reprcsontat i ved and
all other persons Interested in the
estat" of Mrs. Unite Johnson Nuckolls,
deceased; Wilihuii Kzcai. Nuckolls and
Mrs. William K.ra Nuckolls, his wi'.'.
first and real name unknown; tho
.inkiiown bell's, devisees, li'tati cs,
tiersiuja! repi ev ei: ta t : vi s arid all other
prisons iriteK sted in the estate of Wil
liam i-Jzra .N'lokoils, deceased; tho un
known heirs, ilevhsces, legatees, p"l
soiial representatives and all other per
sons interested i.". the estate of Mrs.
William Kzra Nuckolls,, deceased; and
the unknown claimants and the un-
In the I'ounly 'oi;rt.
In the matter of the estate of Mao
I-;. P.oilroK a, deceased:
On readiiitr tinl liiii.g the petition
of ! iijaniin l". (lo'.ilnian praying that
ad: ni n ist ! a t ion o said estate may be
K ranted to hlni es Administrator;
( M'.ltj: . (1. Tliat lYhi ieiry ."itli, A. 1 .
i!.';:ii, ;.t l't o he i. a. m is nssigni d
for hearing mil petition, when all
P ; sons intel'cvtid i:i said nurtter may
iipiiiii' at a I'o-.iiitv t'ourt to be l.eid
in and lor said ouniy, and show cause
known invni'S of that, part of Lots 1 j v. 1 y ti e .prayer ei ti e petitioiier
and 2 in )!Uk k 42 lying outside of i sicu hi not he g,'.,t,. d; ;iii! that not U
!h bouialaries of C'h ica go avenue ipof"tI.e p udeiii -- ,,i' s a i.l ia'titlon at;d
tic I'itv ef I Ma 1 1 snioii ! h, in Cass eoiin- ,!':' I.ea i ;u ; th , l' ' gi eji to ., :
1y, Nebraska: Lots 1 and - in J'lock 1 - j persons i n t ri I . .1 in sii.i nrHlii' ly
of 111" honri.hiri s oi i i-u Idisliing a : . f tiiis order in toe
o in the City of plaits- 1'la tt mou t !i .lourti.il, a. semi-weekly
land is likely to take SCriouslv the I '!lss county. Nebraska; and , r.ewspa per printed in said county, for
t.-ill i.ersonK claiming any interest of three sii'ii'.-sivc ceks. prioi' to said
( ol a a acre, fc tne same more or
A portion of trov. i !.i:i, nt lot number
M'Vcn '7 Si I'licii I ! - i r i - i v i ;:;,
i' i'..'n-' : ji thiite.-n i: N'.ith of l;:i:ig.'
thirteen I :: ast, ..escribed as f.d-!-..
s: I'.ej: ja-i ,, ;; t ;t point on t Ii
-oi:tli line of said Section t hi i t y-si .
I: .: f I cast of a .-lone s- t :;i" the
.io-thea.-t coiner of the w.-.-t half of
th northeast .ii.irte. ,,f , tion one
'1. '1'cw nsld t(lve i 1 .' i North of
i.'ciige thiili.ti ( i .: i cast, tl.eiiie tast
n:i f. i t, thenee no i t;. ::: (i.'ro s and
::n degre. S. V, est : I feet; thfllCe
m' :i hw . del ly ii.' feet to the place of
.eg inning, c n t a ia . n ; six on.--1 , o ... red -:i
- !- t of an aei- uuoe or less.
ue iiiruier no;. lieu ii:at u an
"50X SOCIAL! ' i Henry Klinger was among the vi;- Moi.ev to loan ;! cit v n-ai .-at ait
J-irtry evening. Janut-ry :. at tho itors in Omaha today, goin- to that by she Piattsmou'l. Loan .v iJutlou.fe
! ht Mile ("rove sc iu. ;il hmi.-o. , ti'y on tho afternoon p.urliuglcn Ai?j. latic n. 8c? T. M. Patter-ui.
i A program is being arranged anil train. sV cno v t v x-'t'rt
ladies Vieas; brii:g boxes and the !
gentlemeii their pocket books. A good !
time is to be had by ail attending.- j
H icl Sullivan, teacher. I'tw-ltd
For Sale Choice timothy hay. H.
a. Todd. Phone 1211 Murray, lmsw
i.oose any t nine.
Try a Tourna"
iini: ir mit 'ni uin:r tim.i:.
fu t'-e Idsirict Court of Cass coun
Iaid l-'id iz. IMaintitT. vs. Patrick
N- !ley ef ai. I (e f e n da : . t s.
"" the .! i'i nil:int.--. Pa I rick Kill.'. ;
Mr--. Patrick Koll.-y. first real name
unknown; the unknown loirs, devisees,
legatees, personal representatives and
' (thai- prisons interested in the
state ef Mis. Patrick Kellev, first
' i nane i ukiiow a, deceased: Jane
"i ri ?T bt a rr r-va n fry j,
to have esti-
i.iicd to iinsv.'i
pctilioii oi or before .Monday, the l.'th
!a..- of Mart ii. liiH, nr judgnieiit will
be taken hy default against you aim
,; h of you and a decree Uiet
ir.;' title in. liif- plaint i'T to all of said
i ( a i estate I ci iTry ih scriln d as prayed
for in sail p I it ion.
I.V.MAN SANK COMPANY.
implead said ! K',:UH': 'Irs. .Tames Keane. first ri al
J.'oticf is hcicby gi'.in tliHt under
and by "virtue of an older of the I is
tii't Court in aid for Cass countv,
Nebraska, made and entered on the
Ptli day of Novtmher, lfl'. in the
case of Hay vs. Hay et al, and an
no er of sale Issued by the Clerk of
sci I court on the Kth day of January,
P.i the undersign, d. referee duly ap
pointed by the, court, will offer for
sale at p.iblic auction at the south
front door of the Court Jiouse in the
City of Plattsmout h. Cass countv. N
hiaska. on Satuiii;iy the llth day of
February, l'.'JO, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. ni.. the sale to be held open
for two hours on said day: the follow
ing (b scribed real estat. together with
all appurtenances thereunto belonging,
situated in the County ef Cass, State
of Nebraska. to-it-
The west one-half liv'i.) of the
northeast one-fourth inw't) of Section
seven (7), in Township ten (101. North
of Pange eleven (11), containing eighty
acres, more or Jess.
That said f-aie will he made upon the
following terms and conditions: cine
third cash to be paid at the time of
sale: one-third in one year and one
third in two years, said deferred pay
ments to draw interest at the rate of
six per cent ( 1". n; i per annum, secured
by a mortgage mi lie real estate above
leseribid. i he purchaser to have the
old ion of paying any griaier sum than
one-third i:i cash or the entire pur
timsij in ice in ca. h. but all subject t,-
a mortgage now exb-iing against said
hud for the sum of ::.(U)0.UD due on
the lili day of September, i:c''.
liated at I Ma t tsniou t h. Nebraska,
this titii dav of J uniarv. PI?".
MATTii r. v G i: i : I n
iiitiit;i: oi- m:itiMi
on I'efllloti f-..r iMioiul incut
The Slate of .eh,.iska, C'ass coun-
Xeither official nor unofficial Eng- ' ir oM.-i !.-
' C h'K a Vi a 'i;i
nd is likely to take seriously the I "louth. Cass
;ill personw c
WI indiscretion of Admiral Sims. When i un'1 ln said real . .-tate. or an da., ..j' neaiinv.
Tl i jui't thereof; s. p. l.atori: Mrs. S. K. atd Juuuun :) 1J-"I.
u he was sent to Great Britain in 1 1 V" : J'- . ;::u,n:,.?' r," F. u . all'kn m:i:sox
la . T. i.-iton; Airs. W. T. i-utoxi; Jol:u jlo-Uw. County Jud;
name unknown: tiie unknown luirs
bviscis. legatc'-s. personal representa
tives a. id ail other persons interested
i:i the estate of Mrs. James Keanc.
first real name unknown, deceased: and
James Kane: the north half of the
northeast ijuurtcr ( N ' j , NI-:V, ) of Sec
fein thirty-three c::;i.in Town eleven
(11). North, Pange twelve IlL'l. east
1 the I i i P. M.. in Cass count y. Ne
braska and all persons claiming any
iv lores' . of any kind in said real es
late. or any part thereof:
You and each of you are hereby no-'
tilled that on the 17th day of Janu
ary, 1 ;!. Plaintiff in the forego! i:'-:
utitled cause filed his petition in the
lustrict Court of Cass coiintj-. Ne
inaska. wherein each and all of you
are made parties defendant, the obi hi,
purpose and prayer of which said pe
tition is to obtain a decree from said
court removing" cif'. ils rrora ami .pub l- j
ing the record title to the following ,
described real estate in Plaintiff, David.
Poll:, to-wit: j
The north half oT the northeast quar
ter of Section thirty-three l"::, in
Town 11. North, Pange 111. Kast, in
Cass countv, Nehjaska. as against
you and each of you, and exclude and
njoin you and each nnd all of you
from ever asserting or claiming any
-state, right, title or intciest therein'
adverse to plaintiff. by reason of
plaintiffs adverse possession of said
premises for more than ten years prior
In the, commencement of said suit,
and for such other and further relief,
as may he just and equitable.
l iiis notice is given ami puiuisned
pursuant to an order entered by said
You are required to answer said pe-
iltiOTi on or before the Mh day of'
March, Pll'li. or your default wfll be I
duly entered therein and a decree en-j
tered according to the prayer of said
J!y Jul IN M. I.KYI A.
jP.i-lw. Jlis Attorney.
Until tha busy season arrives
mates made of your
or other work in the painting line.
BOOK YOUR ORDERS NOW
so wc can take belter care of your work and
thus give you better service.
A KNOWLEDGE OF YOUR NEEDS
will enable us tc plan to care for them better.
Interior Decorator Painter
MURDCCK -:- -:- -:- NEBRASKA
oiiiihit oi-' iikahim;
mi Petition for Appointment
of (lii-.lnll rillor.
Stale oi" Nebraska, Cass coun
In the County t'ourt.
J n the matter of Hie estate of Mat
tie J. Porter, deceased.
id) leading and filing the petition
of William II. Porter praying that Jid
r.i i u ist l at ion of said estate may be
granted to him us Administrator;
ordered. That February Pith. A. P.
Piju. at Pi o'clock" a. in., is assigned
Tor hearing- said petition, win n all per
sons interested in said matter may ap
pear at a County Court to be held in
and for said Countv, and show cause
why the prayer of petitioner should
not be granted: and that notice of the
pendency of said petition and the hear
ing thereof be given to all persons in
terested in said matter by publishing
a copy of tiiis order in the Plattsmoutii
Jouiiial, .; semi-wet kly newspaper
printed in said county, for thrci suv
le.sivc week::, prior to said May of
1'a.e.i Ja'.ra . -i'-d. HUM.
Ai.i.i:. j. ;ii :i:s .'.
j-'i". -:iw. County .ludgvv
The merchant who doesn't adver
tise, only when business is good will
evei-tually quit it entirely.
University of Nebraska
School of Agriculture
JANUARY 25 TO FEBRUARY 20, 1920
GENERAL AGRICULTURE Better Farming Meth
ods Study of seed selection, crop rotation, soil till
lage; Live Stock Farming Judging of cattle, hogs,
sheep and horses. Care of . and feeding live stock;'
Diseases of Animals and Plants; Growing of Fruits
and Vegetables; Poultry Raising for Profit.
DAIRYING A Practical Training in the essentials of
the dairy business; Selection and Care of Dairy Cat
tle, feeding, housing and management; Cutter Mak
ing, Jeese making, marketing cr dairj' products;
Milk Testing, preparation of milk for market
RURAL ECONOMICS Farm Accounting, bookkeep
ing, farm records; Farm Organization, farm equip
ment, cropping systems, marketing, grain exchanges,
Fee for Agricultural Courses, $8.00
AUTOMOBILES AND TRACTORS Course Opens
January 5 Four weeks Students enter Every Mon
day. Instruction for the Farmer who handles his
own machines; Lectures and Shop Work on engine -
ignition, transmissions, differentials, carburetors" etc"'
Practice in operation, repair and care of tractors- A
New EuUding, splendid equipment, expert instructors
Fee $10 Minimum Age Limit, 18 Years '
For Further Information, Address
Principal, Schoc! of AgfiouSfurs,
UNIVERSITY FARM LINCOLN, NEBRASKA .
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