The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, April 12, 1920, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4
i k n MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920. PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL Cbe plattsmoutfo Journal PUBLISHED SEEI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSHOUTH, NEBRASKA Kterd at Ptfflc, Pltt mouth. Neb, &a pc0d-cas maJJ matter R. A.. BA'TES, Publi.hc, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 It is now, "I told you so! -:o: It is time for nice weather. S - :o: r- Not much politics in the city elec tion, it would seem. . ;o: Now for ' the general primary Tuesday, April 20th. i :o:-. Tom Thompson says -it is the ex ceptional girl who has as. many friends at Christmas time as he has during the hammock season. . :o:- .. ' Bryan says he can't decline a nom ination before it is offered him, and he certainly couldn't decline one if it were offered, so there you are. . :o: There seems always to be natural and quick affinity between - payroll proceeds and some women, whether the payroll was robbed on the way or reaches its proper destination. . r:o:- Finding no appeal for higher Pullman rates in the Lowden plat form, the Topeka Journal suggests that the governor incorporate a plank promising lower berth at lower rates. :o:- Attorney General Palmer now gives out the cheering news that the coal profiteers are to be curbed. In due and seasonable course along next fall the turn of the ice men will come, probably. :o: - The present tower of high prices is builded upon something infinitely more than the sand pf the profiteers. It is built upon the ivory of 20 or 30 million consumers who arc too busy consuming to produce. . :o: In Cos Angeles tliey reverse the familiar old wheeze. Instead of ask ing what is the first step to divorce, they ask, "what is the first step to ward marriage?" And the answer, naturaly, is "Reno." :o: Since Palmer has "crushed then packers" and advised the people to buy cheaper cuts of meat we suggest that he reduce the price of clothing by urging the people to buy overalls and mother-hubbards. :o: If the meaning of Henry Watter son's peace with Europe plan, "shin ny on your own side", isn't quite clear to the Europeans, perhaps they will understand better if we change the first word to "shimme". : :o: No doubt ' there are as many as fifty sure ways of taking the spe'ak out of a pair of newly half-soled shoes. And distinguished investiga tion has shown recently that care fuly going around the edges with - your wife's sewing'machine oil can is none of them. : f'0'-- A congressional committee has discovered 287 printing plants main-' tained by government departments In Washington, exclusive of big gov ernment 'printing plant.- Probably their business was to print pamph lets urging upon the country econ omy in the use of paper. : :o: Senator France, a Maryland re publican, and Governor Edwards, a New Jersey democrat, at least bave :the courage pf their, convictions in f urging' the repeal of the prohibition tflirw. If they fair in the effort two gentlemen might get together, and ' form a new souse party, a wet re public, or something of that. sort. ..i. - :o: u. . . While a Baltimore man was at tending divine services in-the church : of which he Is a leading member last Sunday, thieves broke into his cellar and tookf away his last five barrels of. whisky. It nlay have been on. his account that the opening song at night service contained the old fa miliar line, "earth hath no sorrow that leaven cannot heal." PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Silk skirts and onions are higher, but still not high enough. , ;o: . . What a slogan it .would make "Vote for Hoover and the full sugar bowl!" . ' :o:- Although this is a free country, that s no reason why everybody should run for president the same year. -:o:- Notice to correspondents: Spring poems are. all right in their places but their place is not a daily news paper. -: . :o: Sir Oliver Lodge says the dead can come back, but we prefer to wait until the big political 'co'nventions and see. :o: There will be enough candidates for governor to enable every voter in the state to get his choice at the primary. Between hearings and investiga- tinos, it is a tribute to Uncle Sam to find that he has any sight or hearing left. The issues in any 'election are not made up in the campaign. They are developed by the events of the years preceding the election. :o: We have decided not to get the ouija board. There is quite as much spiritual adventure to be gotten out of the telephone we already have. :o: As a general thing, after a woman has - been married a few years she cries when her husband forgets her birthday and when he advertises, it. :o:. According to the results, the weather man evidently not only knew it was Easfer, but also was under the impression that the baseball sea son opened Sunday. "William Allen White's campaign for spanking women who wear skirts too short is becoming almost as pop ular among the men as the short skirts themselves, particularly as it becomes more generally realized that there is nobody but the men to do the spanking. :o: PEACE RESOLUTION The present congress is adding as ininity to its record of incompetence by trying to push, through a joint resolution declaring peace. Even Senator Lodge- the gentleman who slit the throat pf the treaty of Ver sailles adrnits that congress cannot make peace. However, he says that congress can "declare" peace, even though there will be no peace. "Sen ator Lodge ..is right in both state mental But he might just as well say that- the congress can declare the earth must - stop spinning and the earth would keep on its dizzy way. .' .' The constitution gives congress no power to make peace, on lir. own in itiative. 'Congress cannot enter into negotiations - with a foreign power. Only the president can do that.' In fact, our laws provide severe pun ishment for congressmen who nego tiate with representatives of other governments. It takes both the sen ate and the president to make peace. Neither can do it without the other. Furthermore, the proposed resolu tion is a cowardly thing, even though U is supine. It provides tha tho German government, as the price of peace, must ' notify our government that it "acquiesces in and confirms Irrevocably to the United States all undertakings and covenants in the treaty of Versailles conferring 'upen - . or assuring to the United States or its nationals any rights, powers, or benefits whatever". In other woriis.' (l. . .nnmoiimen wrltild - taka all - these congressmen wouw tawe ths benefits of a treaty they , tare discarded without shouldering one of its responsibilities Is this the American way? - - But the worst is in that section of the resolution which provides the penalty that shall fall upon Gc manT If she does not accept the terms of the foregoing paragraph. In that case "It shaU be his (the presi dent's) duty to proclaim the fact that the German government has not given the notification hereinbefore mentioned, and thereupon and until the president shall have proclaimed the receipt of such notification, com mercial intercourse between the United States and Germany and the making of Joans or credits, and h" furnishing of financial assistance or supplies to the German government or the Inhabitants of Germany, di rectly or indirectly, by -the govern ment or the inhabitants of the Unit ed States, 6hall, except with the li cense of the president, be prohibit ed." This is blackmail and should cause Americans to blush in shame. Fortunately, the fathers of the re public foresaw the possibility of a day when the congress might be un der the domination of "two-by-four statesmen, and accordingly provided a check on their actions. Sioux City Tribune. xothk ti xo.nr.siUE.T DEFEXDANTS In the District Court of Cass coun ty. Nebraska. ; - liichara - A; jonnson, riainun, ..-5. Wm. D. Merriam and . Merriam, hia wife (first real name unknown): P. K. Speck, a single man: William Brokaw, a single man: Frank M. Price. a single man: Johanathan u. uuin ana gum, nis wue mrsi. rem name unknown); Harlan li. Quin ana Quirt, liis wife (first real name un known):, the unknown heirs, devisees. esateeu. personal representatives, ami ill other persons intarestea in me rn f the foresroinff named defen dants, and each of them:-and the Kast half (E4) of the Northeast quarter Xfc;V4). less, however, a strip or jana one rod wiae on 01 me . um nm. beinsr about one anu one-nan acres. and also less a strip or land ainnj? tne west side of said East half IE4) ot he Northeast quarter (isfc.',4) ten ret-i de on the south end tnereor aw broadening as the line is extended northward until it is forty-nine 43 feet wide on the north end: and also. he Northeast tiuarter ' (NL hi ) or tne Southeast quarter SI0U. all in Sec- ion twentv-three (23). Townsiup tw inn twentv-three (23). Township welve (12), Uanse nine (9) East. Cass county. Nebraska. and all persons claiming any interest. of any kind in paid real estate or .any part thereof. Defendants. . You and each or you are nereny notified that on the 31st day of March, 820, the plaintiff in the above entitled action filed in the District Court or 'ass county. Nebraska, his duly veri fied petition in an action against you, and each of you. the object and prayer of which is to obtain a decree of said ourt adjudKinj? Klchard A. jonnson o be the owner in tee simple ui mc following described real estate, to- wit: East half (K) or tne rorineast quarter (NIOli). less, however, a strip of land one rod wide off of the south end, beins about one and one-half acres, and also less a strip or ianu alontr the west side or said i-.ast nan of the Northeast quarter (NE K ) ten 'ei't wide on the south end tnereor and broadening as the liry is extend ed northward until It is. forty-nine feet wide on the north end: 'and also, the Northeast quarter (XE4) of the South east quarter (SEVi). all in Section twenty-three. Township twelve. Uange nine East, Cass county, Nebraska, and to enjoin you. and each of you, and all othr persons, from asserting any rijscht, title, lien, claim, 'interest or estate,' In, or to or upon said described real estate, or any part mereoi; 10 remove certain clouds from the title hereto; to decree that Kicnara -. Johnson, and those under whom he claims, has been fn open, - notorious, peaceable, continuous and adverse pos session, under claim of ownership thereof and title thereto for more than ten -years last past, made valuable improvements thereon, paid the taxes as they became due; and for general equitable relief. You and each of you are hereby re quired to answer plaintiff's petition on or before the 10th day of May, 1920, or the allegations of said petition will be taken as confessed- and' as being true ' JUCItAUD A. JOHNSON. Plaintiff. . I. C. BUELIj, Attorney for Plaintiff, I al-4w.' Ashland, tiehr. XOTICK TO CREDITORS ' "The State of Nebraska, CasH coun ty, ss. " ' In the County Court. In the matter of the estate of John Nichols, deceased. - To the creditors of said estate: . You are hereby notified. That 1 will sit at the County Court room in Platts mouth in said county, on the 20th day of April. 1920, and on the 20th day of July, 1920, at ten o'clock a. m., to re ceive and examine air claims against said estate, witli a view to their ad justment and allowance. The tim lim ited for the presentation" of claims against said estate is1 three months from the 20th day of April, A. D. 1920, and th time limited for payment of debts is one year from said 20th day of April, 1920. . ' witness my tiand and tne Real or said, County Court, this 22nd day of March, 1920. , ALL12N J. BEESOX. (Seal) County Judge. OHUKH OK HEARING . and Xotiee of Probate f Will In the -County. Court of Cass coun ty. Nebraska. State of Nebraska, County of Cass, s'. To all persons interested In the es tate of John Kraeger, deceased: -On reading the petition of Jacob Krager and William Kraeger praying that the Instrument filed in this court on the 22nd day of March. 1920. and purporting to be the last will and tes tament pf the said deceased, may be proved and iltDwed and .recorded as the last will and testament of John Kraeger, deceased; that said (instru ment be admitted to probate,'' and 'the administration of said estate be grant ed to lioratio N. Dovey, as executor; It is hereby ordered, tiiat you and all persons Interested in said matter, may, and do, appear at fhe County Court to he held in and for said coun ty, on the 23rd day of April. A. :D. 1920. at '10 o'clock a. m,, to show cause, if. any tht-re be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not-be granted, and that notice-9f the pendency of said jetltion and .that the hearing thereof given to aU peisoua interested in 'said matter by publishing a copy ' of this Order in the T Plattstneuth Journal. a semi-weekly newspaper printed in said county, lor three successive weeks prior to-said day of. hearing. . Witness my hand, and seal of said court, mis zznd day oz Marcn. A. D. " ALLEN J..BEESON, (Seal) m25-3w. County Judge. t -: ' ' TICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. In the District Court of Casa coun ty, Nebraska. " Elwood M. Buttery, Plaintiff, vs. Plattsmouth Ferry Co. et al, Defen dants. To the defendants Plattsmouth Fer ry company; ADijan .Harris; tne un known heirs, devisees, legatees. per- sonal representatives and all other persons interested in the -estate of Abijah Harris, deceased; Mrs. Abljfih Harris, first real name unknown; the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all other persons interested in the estate of Mrs. Abijah Harris, first real name un known, deceased; Mary Jennings; the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all other persons interested in the estate of John W. Jennings, deceased; and Lots 1. 2, 3 and 4 in Block 99, in the City of Plattsmouth, in Cass county, Nebraska. and ' all persons claiming any interest of any kind in said real estate or part thereof: You and each of you are hereby no tified that on the 19th day of March. 1920. plaintirr in the foregoing entitled cause , riled hi3 petition in the District Court of Cass county, Nebraska, where in each and all of you are made par ties defendant, the object, purpose and prayer of which said petition is to ob tain a decree from aaid court remov ing clouds from and quieting the rec ord title to the following described real estate. In the plaintiff. Elwood M. Buttery, to-wit: Lots one (1). two f2. three 3) and four (4), in Block nine- ty-nine !). in the City of Platts mouth, Nebraska, as against you and eacu or you and to exclude and en join you and each or you from ever asserting or claiming any estate, right. tine or interest therein adverse to plaintiff, by reason of plaintiff's ad verse possession of said premises for more than ten years prior to the com mencement of . said suit, and "for such other and further relief as mav be just and equitable. lou are required to answer said pe tition on or before the third day of May, 1920, or your default will be duly entered therein and a decree entered as prayed for in said petition. Dated March 19, 1920. . ELWOOD M. BUTTERY Plaintiff. By JOHN M. LEY DA, m22-4w. His Attorney XOTICU OF GUAHIJIAX'S SALE In the District Court of Dousrlas county, fsebraska. , Doc. 172; No. 16a. In the matter of the Application of Alice W. Kiewit, Guardian of the Per son and Estate of Charles D. Wood- worth, a Minor, for leave to sell real estate. .Notice is hcrebv given that in pur suance ef an Order . of the District Court of Douglas county, Nebraska, by Hon. ulllfs G.. Hears, Judge, made on the 17th day of March. 1920, there will ba sold at public vendue to the high est bidder, for cash, at the front door of the court house in the City of Plattsmouth in Cass county, Nebras ka, on -the 12th day of April, 1920, at ten o'clock, a. m., the undivided . one- fourth -interest in and to all of the following described real estate, situat ed in Cass county, Nebraska: . Lot four (4). being s .subdivision .of Government Lot four (4); also Lots ten 10) and sixteen (16), being subdivisions of Government Iot five 51 and accretions there to, all In Section fifteen (15). Township twelve (12). North Hange eleven (11). east of the 6th P. M.; also Lots twenty-seven (27). twenty-eight (28). Jwenty-nlne (29) and thirty (30), in-the Village of Louis ville. Cass -county. Nebraska, subject to all unpaid taxes thereon. Said sale will remain open one hour. Dated this 20th day of March. 1920. ALICE W. KIEWIT, Guardian of the Person and Estate of Charles D. Woodworth, Minor. NOTICE OK St IT TO QlIi:T TITLE In the District Court of the Coun ty of Cass, Nebraska. Joo reithauser and Thomas rJ. Haul away, Plaintiffs, vs. Henry 11. Wilson et al, Defendants. 1 To the defendants Henry H. Wilson: Mrs Henry H. Wilson, first real name uni-nown: John Harvey; Mrs. . John larvey, first real name unknown; Jo eph L. Peel: Eunice L. Keel; Mrs. Thomas K. Kenimore, first ' real name unknown; James P. Humble: 'Eveline M. Willson; Willson, first real name, unknown: William Dorrough; Wm. II. EpratUn; the unknown heirs. levisees, legatees, personal representa- ives and all other persons interested n the estates or tienry ji. vmson; Mrs. Henry H. Wilson, first real namQ unknown: John Harvey; Mrs. John larvey. first real name unknown; Jo seph L. Reel; Eunice L. Heel; Mrs. Thomas K. Fenimore, first real amo nknown; James 11. Humble: Eveline M. Willson; Willson, first real name unknown: William Dorrough; Wm. H. Spratlin, each deceased: the northeast quarter (NEJ4) of the north- oast quarter (NK'4) and the ' north west quarter (NW1) of the northeast quarter NE'4 all in Section twenty- nve z&. Township ten nu. ionn Kange thirteen (13), east of the 6th M- in the County of Cass, Nebraska, and all persons claiming any interest of anykind in said real estate or any part tnereor: You and each of you are nereny no tified that on the 17th day of March, 1920, plaintiffs filed their suit in the District Court of Cass county. Nebras ka, to quiet the title of plaintiff Joe Felthauser to the following described land, to-wlt: the northeast quarter (NK'4) of the northeast quarter (NE Vi) of Section twenty-five (2o), Town ship ten (10), North Pange thirteen 13. east of the eth r. m., in toe County of Cass. Nebraska: and to ouiet the title of plaintiff . Thomas E. Hathaway to the following descrinea lanl. to-wit: the northwest quarter (NW'4) of the northeast quarter (NE V of Section twentv-nve tzs, i own- ship ten (10),. North Kange thirteen (13). east of the 6th K. Al.. in tne County of Cass, Nebraska, because of their respective adverse possession of said respective tracts of land by them selves and their grantors for more than ten vears nrior to the commence ment of said suit and to enjoin each and all of you from having or claim ing anv risrht. title, lien or interest. either legal or equitable In or to said lapds or any part thereof; to require you to set forth your right, title, claim, lien or Interest therein, If any. either legal or equitable, and to have the same adjudged interior . to tne title of plaintiffs and for general equi table relief. This notice is made pursuant to the order of the court. You ar'S required to answer said petition on or before Monday. Mav 3. 1920,or your default will be duly entered Therein. JOE FBuTHAUSKll and THOMAS E. HATHAWAY. Plaintiffs. W. A. POBEKTSOV. Atty. for Plaintiffs. mI8-4w. POLITICAL OOEMEIITS! For State ' Senator r. -Vi I desire to 'announce ' my candi dacy for the nomination to the posi tion ot state .senator for-the second senatorial district of Nebraska, com posed of Otoe and Cass counties, sub ject to the decision of the voters of the republican party at. the primary election to be held on April 20. 1920. A. P. STURM, . . ' , Nehawka, Nebrv : AAAfA AAa WVVtAVVVVVvA A ring " Yes, the birds will soon be singing and spring work will be - rapidly crowding itself upon us, and then you will need those new farm implements and need them badly. , ' . . We are prepared to furnish you with all kinds of farming irn plements for we are carrying all lines at Murray the John Deere, International, J, I. Case and Moline. Thus, we are well equipped to furnish you anything you may need in the line of farming machinery, engines, tractors, etc., at the lowest prices. The Murray stock will be complete, and in addition to this K. Puis, the Implement Pan, ; will conduct a sales station at Plattsmouth which will be in charge of D. B. Ebersole, who will carry the J. I. Case and John Deere lines. . See Either of These Gentlemen When Wanting .. Anything in the Farm Machinery Line. m 'M. POLS, ' b. E. , V Murray, Neb. I.KGAI, JVOTICIi. ; In the Dictrict Court o Cass coun t y 1)13. s k a, Plattsmouth Lodge No. 8, Ancient Order of I'nited Workmen, Plaintiff, vs. Enos Williams et al. Defendants. To the defendants, Enos Williams and wife, Catharine Williams; the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all other persons interested In the estate of Enos Williams, deceased; the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, personal rep resentatives and all other persons In terested in the estate of Catharine Williams, deceased: . You and each of you are hereby no tified ''that on the 19th' day of Janu ary, A. D. 1920. Plaintiff filed its suit in the District Court of Cass county. Nebraska, the object and purpose of which is to quiet and- confirm plain tiff's title in and to that part of Lots 1 and 2 in Block 42. lying outside of the boundarv ot. Chicago avenue, in the City of Plattsmouth. in Cass coun ty, Nebraska, and to enjoin each and all of you from having or claiming to have any right, title, lien or interest. either legal or equitable, in or to said real estate or any part tnereor, ana to enjoin you and eacli of you from in any manner interfering with plaintiff's title, .possession and enjoyment of said premises and for equitable relief. This notice is given pursuant u-n order of the Court. You are required to answer said petition on or beiore Monday, the 10th day of May. A. D. 1920, or vour default will oe eniereu therein. ' PLATTSMOUTH LODGE NO. . Ancient Order United Workmen. Plaintiff. By A. L. TIDD, m29-4w. Attorney. NOTICIl -OF HEAUI.VG In the County Court of Cass county. Nebraska. . , In the matter of the estate or &ei- win Kinkead, deceased. To all persons interested in said es- . tate, creditors and heirs at law: You are hereby notinea mat on me r.th iav of March. 1920. James Kin kead filed a petition in this court, al- . leging that Belwin Kinkead, late or Plattsmouth. Cass county, Nebraska, died intestate on the 20th day of De cember, 1911, in the State of Missouri, while temporarily residing therein. and left surviving him, as his sole and only heirs at law, his widow, Jennie E. Kinkead, anil a son, james jviniceau. urn! . lurhter. Bertha L. Urlsman. nee Bertha L.. Kinkead. all of lepra U ;e, and that said decedent was seized of the title in fee simple or -the fol lowing described real property, to-wit: lAJt four (4) in Block sixteen (16) in Townsend'S Addition to Plattsmouth, n Cass county, Nebraska, which was the Jiomcstead of said deceased, J-el-win Kinkead, and that same was whol ly exempt from attachment, execution or other mesne process, ana iiui.iwmc for the payment or the debts or said decedent, and on the death of said de cedent tiie title thereto descended ac cording to the decedent laws of Ne braska, to the said wiaow anu cunu- ren of said aeceaseo in common aim undivided, that petitioner iff one oi the heirs of said deceased and as such is the owner of an undivided one- third interest in said real property and is now the owner of the other two thirds by virtue of a conveyance made bv the said Jennie E. Kinkead, widow. and Bertha E. Kinkead, daughter oi said deceased, and praying ror a uc termination of the time of the death of said Selwin Kinkead and or nis heirs at law. the degree of kinship and the right ot descent of the real property belonging to said aeceuem nt the State of Nebraska, and for an Order barring claims against saiu es tate and for such other oraers neces sary to a correct aeieruiiimuuu m said -matter. , Said matter has Deen set xor near ing at the County court room in Plattsmouth, cass county, nfum, on the mm nay r- i-v, o'clock a. m.. at which time and place all persons interested may appear and contest said petition. Dated Marcn zstn, izu. ALLEN J. BEESON. JOHN M. LEY DA, County Judge. Attorney ior icuuuner. m29-3w. OilDEIt OF HEAKING Petition fur Appolulmrut ArinilnlMtratri .State of Nebraska, Cass of The coun- ty. ss. . In the county court. In the matter of the estate of .Al bert Vallery, deceased. On reading and.nung tne petition i Frances Vallery praying mat aamin istration of said estate may be grant ed to her as Administratrix, Ordered, That May sra, a. u. at 10 o'clock a. m., is assignee lu. Wnrinc said petition, wnen nn F"" sons interested in said matter may ap pear at a Oounty court to m "cm n and for said county and show cause why, the prayer of petitioner should not be granted; and that notice of the pendency of said petition and the hearing tnereoi ui- n" ..' . sons interested in said matter Dy pub lishing a copy of this ordeF in the Plattsmouth journal, a 6cim-"n., rpwsnawr nrlnted in saiu touud, to said three successive- weens, day of hearing. Dated Apru :no., . ALLEN J. BLLSON, County Judge. as-3w. Fred Patterson and wife departed this morning for Omaha, where they will visit for the day in that, city with their son Robert Patterson, at the Birchmont hospital, where he is recovering from the effects of the severe injuries sustained a few days ago. a- ' . Will Soon NOTICE OK HEARING u Petition for Urtermluallon of Heirship Estate of Andrew Barry, deceased, in the County Court of Cass county, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, to all per sons interested in said estate, creditors and heirs, take notice, that Mary E. Carney has tiled her petition alleging that Andrew Barry died intestate in Cass county on or about June 15, 1914, being a resident and inhabitant of Cass county and the owner of the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: Thirty-three acres off the south side of Lot six (6) in Section thirty-three (33) and-Lot twenty-seven (27) being the South half of Lot 'three (3) of Section thirty-three (33), all in Town ship twelve (12) North, Range four teen (14), together with all accretions now made or hereafter acquired, ail tf said lands being in Cass county. Nebraska; leaving as his sole and only heirs at law the following named, per sons, to-wit: His widow, Elizabeth Barry; Lena Jordan, daughter; Pobert Barry, son; Edward Barry, son; Mary Carney, daughter'; Agnes Bach, daugh 'QUALITY Dusfcerlkbff Iimlterior One of Superior Quality! Tfce skill of the well train ed mechanic and the wise suggestion! on practical and artistic ideas, applied to our jobs, have resulted in gain ing more satisfied customers. They considered and receiv ed real . value. -When you intend to renovate, call on us for sug gestions and estimates on painting and decorating. No job too large; no job too small or too far away to receive our. careful attention. M. D US TERHOFF, Painting Decorating Wood Finishing . MURDOCK NEBRASKA : - - - . nr..(M..j..jg.,tMHrefr MEMORIAL DAY The Cass County Monument Co. has a fine lot of Monuments ancl Headstones from which to select. The prices are right. Remem ber, there are not many days left in which to have your work done by the 30th of May. We also cut inscriptions at the cemetery. Give Us a Trial! Cass County Monument Company H. W; SMITH, PRopr. Telephone 177 . -:- Plattsmouth, Neb. -T Be Here! f Plattsmouth, Neb. ter; George Barry, son and Ellen Vo boril, daughter; and praying for a de cree barring claims; that said decedent died intestate; that no application for administration. has been . made and the estate of said decedent has not been administered in the State of Nebraska, and tiiat the heirs at law of said de cedent as herein set forth shall be de creed to be the owners in fee simple of the above described real estate, which has been set for hearing on the 10th day of May, A. D. 1920, at ten o'clock a. m. Dated at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 2nd day of April. A D. 1920.,. ALLEN J. BEESON. County Judge. Searl S. Davis and wife from near Murray, were, in the city today to a few hours looking after pome mat. J ters of business. Read the Journal want-ads. IS ECONOMY" z i 0 a n y H a n y a n I n 1? Vrri m .ti t T 5 f Y r r T ? r f T y r T r r r : V I !