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THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1920.
JPLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Cbe plattsmoutb journal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Kntcrol at I''.stofTico, I'luttsmouth, Neb., as second-class mail matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
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flew high while lie
That ('ox speech of acceptance al
niot jolted Senator HardinK off of his
Some .fiOO.OOO electric flat irons
will he manufactured in this country
this ear, it is predicted.
Life is just fine darned thinn after
another. Here we are on the verge of
a Rrcat political campaign.
Anions the little thini;s that count,
ptrmit us to point to the adding ma
chine as a shining example.
- o : o
HaM.line is getting scarcer every
day, hut the peed fiends are still
;.hle t run down pedestrians.
o : o
When it comes to politics, all men
are liars, except you and me, and I
have my serious doubts about you.
Prohibitionists are urged to con
tinue their efforts. It is now a bat
tle between the white flag and "white
The housing situation is so aftite
in Kngland that discarded busses are
b. ins used f r housekeeping by small
Ther? is an abundance of sugar,
ami low prices are promised, but the
nun who handle it don't seem to
know anything about it.
Th' young lady next door says
it should not he hard for the revenue
officers o catch the "blind" tigers,
as they cannot see how to get away.
Special permission has been given
the Pullman company to file new
"l.linkef schedule'. Those Pullman
blankets always were a darned nui
sance. Kurope is confronted with t.:e r.ec--sity
of either working or lighting,
and jut at present seems to contem
plate working with a greater degree
James J. ON'eil one of the world's
fi renio.t actors, famed for his delin
eation of Monte Cristo. is dead at the
age ..f 70. Well, the world was his
for a long time.
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AH of the loud colors are not used
fT lithographing the covers on mag
azines. A goodly portion of the sup
pi v is used by women for face and lip
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Walt Whiteman's borne In Cam
dn. N. J., where it is claimed he
wrote many of his best poems, has
been sold to the city of Camden for
$". and will be converted into a
P.abe Ruth, the home run hitter,
admits that a good portion of his
boyhood was spent in a reformatory.
However, that won't hurt Babe in
the least. He is not running for of
fice. On the contrary, he runs for
nothing but the home plate.
A VICE PRESIDENTIAL WARNING
Vice President Marshall, who has
ben resting in California, has as-
snied a Los Angeles reporter that he
acted in good faith when he sent tel
egrams of condolence to Governor
Coolidge and Mr. Roosevelt, the re
publican and democratic nominees
for the office he now holds. The
vice president says that official is
the knife and fork of the national
administration. If there is a na-
So y k
that there are two
ways to care for
clothes. They are
learning to take
care of them.
It is quite amannerly thins to take
care of yourclathes investment and
protect it up to the limit. UaviD
your clothes carefully dry cleaned
will improve their wear and help to
prolong- the life of their stylish lines.
Getting acquainted with our work
means getting in touch with a real
money saving service.
Goods Called for and Delivered
tional conscience, then the vice pre
ident is the national appetite. Go
ing further into detail, Mr. Marshall
"The president attends only cab
inet dinners. But every foreign am
bassador, nearly every unofficial rep
resentative of a foreign government
who conies to Washington, and many
national organizations, give dinners
at which courtesy demands that the
administration be represented. It is
my happy lot to attend those dinners
and eat. as it were for the entire
I'nited States. From the time con
gress convenes until the beginning of
lent, one must spend all his evenings
in dinner clothes. I am neither a
Roman Catholic nor an Episcopalian,
but often I have been devoutly thank
ful when lent arrived. I was not al
together joking when I sent condo
lences to Governor Coolidge and Mr.
A suggestion that a famous ath
lete would make an ideal vice presi
dent was rejected by Mr. Marshall
on the theory that no one who really
enjoys eating could last through the
series of banquets the second official
of the administration mus tattend.
"I am ideally fitted for the vice pres
idency", said the Hoosier statesman,
"because I haven't been hungry in
thirty years. I eat very little ami
do not drink at all." So he has
been able to endure the strain be
cause he partook of the Intellectual
sparkle only and left food alone. It
a man has not been hungry for thir
ty years the matter of getting enough
food together to keep him going
should not be a difficult job. When
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley was head of the
federal food and drug division he
had a poison squad, whose members
submitted to experimente with food.
It might be well to subject the can
didates for vice president to the offi
cial dinner test and then choose the
one who stood it better.
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APPLYING REASON TO RENTING
The approach of the fall renting
season is reviving the complaints oi
rent profiteering which culminated
last spring in tenants' associations
court battles, and waste of time and
money. The lease renewal notices
recently distributed call for rental
increases of 25 t ) 100 per cent. It is
logical to expect that they will cause
an uproar similar, if not equal to
that of last spring. It can be avoid
ed by use of common sense.
We have no law at present to re
strict rent profiteering, but that does
not mean we shall never have one.
Aid. Mulcahy is already setting the
wheels in motion in that direction.
Whether he succeeds depends largely
upon the extent to which public
opinion is stirred by avaricious land
lords. New York had no such law
until the public demanded it in self
defense. Now New York landlords
are paying the penalty of greed by
being forced to show cause when they
increase rents more than 25 per cent.
This puts the burden of court action
upon them, and with jury trials
makes their path to profiteering very
rocky. Chicago landlords ato not
exempt from similar possibilities.
The tenants generally are inclined
to be reasonable. When shown how
taxes have jumped SO per cent, with
coal, janitor service, and other items
as much or more
thev will listen
inij win iisTtn
patiently to requests for higher rent.
They know the decreased buying
power of the dollar and will even
allow the justice of greater profits.
The landlord who deals with them
upon that basis will have little trou
ble. The landlord who does not, will
face tenants' strikes, court action,
and loss of money through vacancies.
He is likely to precipitate a law
which will leave him no liberty in
the matter of price fixing.
To be sure, there is a housing
shortage, but high rents Have driven
hundreds of families to "double up"
and there are several thousand va
cant flats and houses, according to
the recent police survey. If the own
ers of these flats and houses had
been reasonable they would have had
tenants. The tenants exist, but
there is a limit to what they will
or can pay. The landlord who is
wise, both for the present and the
future, will keep his demands within
this limit. He knows what exorbi
tant prices have done to the cloth
ing business. His own business is
equally vulnerable. The need of
shelter is no greater than the need
of clothing. Chicago Tribune.
Advertising is the most effective
,method of "drumming up" trade.
A WARNING OF WAR
The menace oi anotner Brei
looms large in the world, it is not
a matter of nerves that is the warn -
a matter or nc"V. VV . .
inps are not being; issued oni l
excitable people or pessimists.
ThoUChtflll persons and newspapers
,!,; ... ,.r.. .1.,.. u-At -mother
are tellins us eer day that anoint i
preat war is not impossible, indeed,
5, it is KoinR- t require Rrrai
I and clear thinking ami splendid a-
jiinjr to prevent it.
1 The Philadelphia Ledger can not he
accused of sensationalism. It is a
siaid old natter, conservatively edit
American to the core. hi we
no less a publication than the
Ledger actually growing almost pan
icky over the outlook.
"Ludendorff's predictions," says
the Ledger, "agree to gri:n exact ne-.s
with these of Colonel House and our
exceptionally well informed Geneva
correspondent. It is a real menace
this threat of a new war. We must
not he caught unprepared. We can
not sav we have not been forewarned,
This time it is no solitary voice lkt
that of the lonely Lord Roberts cry -
almost unneeoeq in Jiirniaiiur
a complacent pacifism.
warning voices in nie an, a.m .-i..ntr
Ludendorff's warning is to the ef
fect that Russia is allowed to over
whelm Poland, bolshevism will break
out in Germany and thus menace all
of Kurope arid the world. It is
folly for us to imagine that it is
none of our business, or that bolshe
vism may threaten Kurope without
harming us. Our "splendid isola
tion did not sae us irom i lie sirne
..f l-'ni-oiw few- brief ve.-irs :ieii' it 1 -
will not lo so this time, if bolshevism
gets into the saddle in such a country
G0MPERS IS RIGHT
Noting the shutting tlowu of in
dustrial plants on the plea of the ex
cessive wages demanded bv labor.
tjuanizations oi me country, .-.'..mi
tempers advi.-es laborers not (o
!i:reo lo a reduction ot wages. uhh;i
is perfectly natural and ir-p.-- fn to
(tampers makes one suggestion
that is worthy of consideration by
the ceuntrv generally, that one i f
the causes of high priie of living
under production and that the
less the production, the higher will
be the prices.
That is the argument very gn-
erallv advanced and a true one it 1
Corn, cotton, meat, foodst u its and
A e-a rabies increase in prices .is ti.e
production is diminished. It is the
old law of supply and demand, which
tonus down through an me ages.
One of our great tatues of tii"
high price of living is that so many
laborers have left the fnriu and go;."
to the towns and cities seeking em
ployment in shops, mills, railroads,
factories and other plants, allowing
the farms to grow up in weeds or to
l.e looked after by old men. wenr-n
and children, inadequate labor the
result being that the supply is tic'
equal to the demand.
The less corn and wheat growa.
the higher will be the prices of meal
and flour; the fewer hogs and ca1
tle raised, the higher I he prices of
meat products; the smaller num'iu-r
of tuits of clothes made in thegre;.'
factories, the higher will be the
price of clothing.
To all of which should 1k add- d
the excessive profits of the profiteers
and you have some of the causes of
the high price of living.
(tampers was right -han the
product and you increase the price
of the commoditv.
RErOKT OF Till-: CONDITION
PLATTSMOUTH STATE BANK
Of Plattsmouth, Nebr.
Charter No. 7S0 in the Stte of
bl'aska at the r-tose of busines
on August JiJ, I'.'jo.
i : test ici;c
discounts . .
I tverdra t'ts
I l'".nls' seeurittes. .ludarments.
tiaims. etc.. iueludiiiK all
ISankinic house, furniture and
Other real estate
Current expenses, ta-es and
Hue from National and State
odd eoi n
Silver, ni'kels and cents....
67,70,".. i; I
1. 170 oo
. f.T.f,;: .77
. J 100,071.0
T( TA L
1. 1 A Ml LI TILs
Capita! stock paid in J
Individual deposits subject to
1 0.000 ill)
17, 311. 81
Mi.matiu certitnates of de
posit Time certificates of deposit.
'ashler's cheeks outstanding
Hue to National and State
Notes and bills i edis'-minted
Depositor's guaranty fund..".
!,s lo. rj
.$ 150.071. ti:;
state of Nebraska
County of Cass
I. II. A. Schneidei, Cashier of the
above named bank do hereby swear
that the above statement is a correct
Hint true cojiy t me report made
the State JPireau of Hanking.
II. A. SCIINtelitteU.
J. M..noBKRTS. rireetor.
J. 1 1. HteCKtei:, Lircctor.
Sul'si i ibed and sworn to before
this Ji'tii da-' of August. 1 1 1
W. A. HOBKKTSON
(My commission expires July 17. a921.,
itm:it ov iii:hin
IVlitinn fr A tiut nieu t of
State of Nebraska, Cass coun-
; in the county i.ourt.
i the matter of the estate of Adam
On reading and filing the petition
of Minnie Kafft nherRer. praying that
adininiMrjiti-'ii "f said estate mav lie
K1..1Ilt,.,. to ,ier tis Administratrix;
i i ,.,1. That September nth, A. .
" "'" i. in., is assign-
, ' ' 11 ! Ki,; L , '. T. . 1
aid mutter mav
i i oiiiuy i.ouri lo be held
for sail county. and show
vh!!V iW. l'y, . "?,,',.f tl110.,,,eiu,"!tn'
should not be manted; and that notice
... .... ...... wl .-mil (leinion ami
me iii-iirin;; iiieieoi ne Kivcn to all
persons interested in said matter by
publishing a copy of this order in tlie
I'lattsmoiit h Journal. a semi-week I v
(newspaper priniea in said countv, for
three successive weeks, prior to said
I I ill V of liei iiii L".
I'ated August 17th. lilJO.
ALLKN .J. ii:i:sox,
all-3v. County Judge.
i.i :c; A i. oTiri:
era M arver, i xf.ii.hint :
1 r,riV. . ,!r ifVr-!'. i!i--o ul1 Z
i , plaintiff, tiled his petition and
unmn .m .tcnori against you in
olirt ol 'ass countv. XV
I lie object and inaver of wlii. l.
, is lo oi.tain an al.sojule divorce f i htm
,,.ii t.ii me i;i mums oi uesert inn, mis-
oielm-l and incomiiatibi itv. v.iil,.,,,t
cause or fault of t!ie plaintiff.
"ii aie ie.iiire.l to answer said pe
tition on ; before t,e 2'itli day of
.-. -pieni iii-r, a. '.
i: tp.KUT .McC
I 1 -1 w .
oltltllt or II It I N ;
ami Notice if I'roliate of A ill
In the t'ounty Court of Cass coun
State of Nebraska. County of Cass,
all persons interested in the es-
i 11:1am ii.ii. ueceased:
leading the petition of K a t her-
1. en pravmtr mat the i nst riiin.-n t
"i iius com! on me l'lth day or
Auuust, 1 !. and purporting to be the
i.isi iu anu lesi.'.nii ni ot mo satd de -
ceaseii, may in- proved and allowed.
and reconi... 1 as the last will and tes-
. .mi. in 01 wmiam lien, deceased; that
-' ins. 1 mucin ne admitted to pro -
1 ..... . ..... .1 .. . x . .
..ii--. ar'o me -oiminisi rai ion or sain
estate i. Lriant.i. to Katherine 1 ei.
It is hereby 01 tiered that you. and
.I persor s it.ti rest, d in said matter.
may. and do, appear at the 'on n t y k no w n ; Mary Harper and I,uke Wiles,
"unit to 1..- held in and for said conn- each deceased: the unknown sueeess
tv. on fi e Ith day of Si ptembi r. A. I', "is. grantees and assigns of North vt
I'll'", at In o'clock a. m., to show cause.
't any there be. why the praver
the pet it 1, .mi- should not be v i a ti t e, I .
and that notice ot the pendency
s::id petition ami that the hearing
Iliereol ... e;,., to all persons in
terested in said matter by publishing
a copy of this tinier in the I'latts
inoiitli Journal, a semi weeklv news
paper printed 111 said county, for flu
successive Weeks J ' 1 1 1 1 f t
hea ri nr.
Willi, mv hand,
court this l'dli day
and seal of fa id
of August, A. I .
1 1' '".
(S.-all alJ-"w. '
u n t y J u 1 1 g '.
on( r, oi- ui: ii;
ti "lillioi for 1 1,-1 crin i nn t ion
testate N.. ..f Annie 1.. Iab-y-
ketiba ry, ib-ceast d. in the County
i ' t ot 'a s coimiv. Nebraska.
T! e Stat" of Nebraska. '!' all p. 1--oi.s
inl. i ! :. , in s:ii'! estate, credi
tors and heirs take notice, that Sallie
Leonard, the owner of the hereinaf
ter ibscril-.l real estate and interested
in such, las filed her petition alleir
inir that Annie I .. I a le v-te: kettbary
dud intestate in I'nion, Cass county,
Nebraska, on or about October. 1!'".
t.emir a resident and inhabitant of
l':ii"ii. Oa-s comity. Nebraska, and the
owner ni the follow ine; described real
state. t---uit: Lot siv i ". i in t Slock
t hi rt y-in ne i ;::i i in the t'ity of I'nivei
sity I'lace. Lancaster county, Nebraska,
leaving : ; I , r sole and only heirs at
law the ...llowiiiir named persons, to
wit: Ma'v I .. Cannon, l,.r mother, and
lln-rt I;. I :ikenba ry. la-r widower:
that said decedent die. I intestate; that
no a p . 1 1 , a t i ,n for administration has
been made and the estate of said de
eeileiif la not been administered in
the Sta'le of Nebraska, and that the
Curt ih t . rni i ne w ho are the heirs of
-aid ibcias. their decree of kin
ship and tie riuht of descent in the
real prop, ttv of which the deceased
lied sci..-!, ' which has been set for
I.e.-irinir the stli day of September,
A. 1 . I'.'i". at la o'clock a. m.
I i. it.-. I at riattsmouth. Nebraska,
'his ;;rd dav of Amrnst. A. 1 . i;20.
ALLIEN J. ISteteSoN.
Seal) a",-:;w County Judge.
ii(in:i ni' iii;itir;
mid Notice of Prolmte f Will
In tiie i .iuntv Court of Cass county,
el. i ask. I
State of Nebraska. County of Cass,
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Jaoh I ;. Valb-ry. deceased:
On M-adiuT the petition of C,race
Valb-rv pia'iiiir that the instrument
tiled iu this coint on the L'tnl day of
August. lii'O, ar.d purporting to be
the last w,il and testament of the said
deceased, mav be proved and allowed,
and recorded as the last will and tes
tament of Jacob K. Vallery. deceased;
that said instrument be admitted to
probate, an 1 the administration of said
state be -ranted to John S. Vallery
and Mary telizabeth Vallery, as exe
cutors; It is heiebv ordered that you. and
all persons interested in said matter,
mav. and do, appear at the County
Court to be held in and for said coun
tv. on the 1st dav of September. A.
1 1. llijo. at ten o'clock a. m.. to show
cause, if a:iv there be, why the prayer
of the j.et tioner should not be grant
ed, and that notice of the pendency of
said n. til.,.., mol the heat in
be given t,. all persons interested
said I.e. 11... l.e OI I 1 l i s h i 11 g a COPS'
I this Order in the 1'lattsmouth Journal.
a s' iiii-wi k!v newspaper juinieo ...
said county, " for three consecutive
weeks prior 'to said day of hearing.
Witness mv hand, find seal of sa'd
court, ti:i ; 'nd day of August, A. I .
ALLteN J. BtetesON.
(-Scab County Judge.
MTM.i: nr M IT TO n iirr '1111.1-
In the l.uciet Court of Cass coun
ty. Nr-bra k.i.
Hiliu. rd i;ras-m;n. flainf in, vs. Lu
' inda Linton 't al. I tefend.ints.
To the Defendants: The unknown
heirs, devi-.-ecs- legatees, personal rep
resentatives and ail other persons In
terested in the estate of John McCuiik.
v. doce;!S,.d: teliza MeConkey; the
unknown I ejrs, devisees, legatees, per
sonal l .!, . -entatives and all other
n rsons interested in the estate of
Win re ti MeConkey. deceased; Nora Jlr
Conkev; tie unknown heirs, devisees
li"'.it,., , . reoresentatives and
a' otl.r .us tiferestea i"
I estate of i;eoi ge M' Conkey.
the uiikiiniv;i heirs, devisefs.
personal reoresentatives nno
.1 in tho estate oi r.u.i
. . n:nnll
Met onke-, . ,
ceaseii; i.oy i iss-o;
I-ssie M IJ.een (nee l'iggott); I'terl
-M. Hagrt,- j-'iceta Jeffers; Charles .let
ters; .be,,,' i-i-gott: Henjamin riggott;
Mrs. l: n iamiri l'iggott, real name un
known; ;,.sjf. l'iggott loe. real name
unknown; ' joh n ' 1 toe. real name tin-kiiown-
i ... .1- w.ejt fa 1 1 liatiiel S. West-
toifalI: 'cii;", i;:,-.n: "Charles t.. Jiapp; Mil-
da. K,,.,,. i ..siiiier- William S. l.an-
sinn.r; and Lots two CM and three CI)
in Hlock tn.ee (31 in Oonelan's Addi
tion to the Citv of I'lattsmouth, m
Cass county Nebraska; and all persons
claiming any interest of any kind in
said real estate or anv part thereof:
Von f . .... attM herehv notl-
'fied that ,i,e -'nd dav of July. IHI'0.
the Plaintiff in the foregoing entitled
' Co u7t ZtLXn
in i'hi-ii aim an or you are marie par
tie defendant, the obiect. purpose and
prayer e-f which said petition is to
ouiain a decree from said court re
moving clouds from and quieting the
record title to the following describ
ed real estate in the Plaintiff, Hilliard
CrasFman, to-wit: Lots two (2) and
mree ( . in Block three (3) in Done-
lans Addition to the Citv of Platts
mouth. in Cass county, Nebraska, as
against yon and each of you and to
exciiKie and enjoin you and each and
.111 in oil I roil 'Vfr assert hir or
claiming any estate, rifjht. title or In
au.ivi. sL tii.r.in adverse to I'laintifE by
enson ot IM:iinO ff-u .. ,t :
' of said premises bv liimlf nH
erantorx foe morn ti,o
V tho '"''"'"'''cement of said suit, and
for such other and further relief as
may he just and
Si pti-m her
reipiired to answer said pe
or before the 20th day of
lUJD, or your default will
entered therein and a decree
is prayed for in said petition
July :i(uh, 1920.
i 1 1 L LI A K I C. I : A KS M A N.
By JOHN M. LKYDA.
xoTin: ni' si it to
Ul llOT TITM
In the district Court
of (.'ass, Nebraska.
of the County
ash L. Wiles and Thomas Wiles
Jr.. .Mamtiffs. vs. Mrs. Jane A. Harper
ei at, i eienuanis.
'I'o the defendants, Mrs. Jane A
Harper: Joseph Harper; Pobcrt W
I'onuell: .Mrs. Robert W. lonnell, first
real iiaine unknown: A. M. Saxton
lii st real name unknown: Mrs. A. M
saxion. tits t real name unknown;
.-soil u y M-ou, a co-partnership com
,.ose.i in - .North, first real name
unknown, and Seott. first real
name unknown; North, tlrst real
name unknown; Mrs. North,
liist real name unknown: Scott.
ursi real name unknown: Mrs.
Scott, first real name unknown: Mar
I ha L. Harper; Harper, first l eal
name unknown; I-:. H. tea ton. first real
name unknown: Mrs. te. H. teaton. first
leal DM :nA lmknrtu.n Mia ,i , .
(nils, devisers, legatees ,.,x,m:ii
rcsentalivcs and all other persons in-
I I e I est ed in the esl.-iteu of t i-n 1 1 n A
, 1 1 a I hit : .loser, l llurr..i-- l-,,l....i x-
i I "mi ne 1 1 ; .viis. Kohert W. pnnnoll, first
ileal name unknown; A. M. Saxton,
M'rsi rial name unknown; Mrs. A. M.
a ton, first real name unknown
I .North, first r,.ai name unknown; Mrs.
Norfu. first real name unknown:
' Scott, first real name unknown
.mis. scon, nrst real name int
t k now n ; Martha I.. Harper
, llarpe;-, fust real name unknown; K.
H. teaton. lirst real name unknown and
-Mrs. -.. J. teaton. lirst real name 1111
I Scott, co-partnership; the north half
r.f:i.!L - i of the north half N'-) of the
; ii 01 1 h half iNhl of the southeast
ofi'iuartcr sl-. I of Section four M t.
lownsinp twelve (l'. North ianaf
mirteen ii.ii; and the north half l N U i
of the southeast ipiarter (Ste'i of Sec
tion fourteen (11), Township twelve
il). North Hange thirteen (i:?: atu
the m. ith half (N'il of the northeast
litarter iXKIJ I of the southwest riuar
ter (SW'U) of Section fourteen (14).
Township twelve (Ui. North Kange
thirteen, all in the Countv of ("ass,
Nebiaska; The south half tS'i) or the
liort neast Miiartef (.NK'i I ot Section
tour lit. Township twelve (1-), North
Lange thirteen (i:'.t; and tlie south
half iSUl of the north half (N'ii of
the north half (N1-,) of the southeast
matter tSte'4l of Section four (4,
lownsinp twelve 1l). North Kange
thirteen (IS); and the south half S'
of the southeast ipiarter (SteVi) of
Section fourteen (lit. Township twelve
(l.t. North irange thirteen (i:M; and
the south half (Sil of tho northeast
luarfcr (Nte'i of the southwest quar
ter (SWL of Section fourteen (11),
Township twelve (12): North Kange
thirteen (lot. all east of the fith 1. M..
in the County of Cass, Nebraska; and
all persons having or claiming any
interest of any kind in said real es
tate or anv parts thereof:
Vmi and each of you are hereby noti
fied that Cash L. Wiles and Thomas
Wiles. Jr.. as plaintiffs filed a petition
and commented an action in tlie Dis
trict Court of ("ass county. Nebraska,
n the 4th day of August, in I'll, against
you and each of you. the object, pur
pose and prayer of which is to obtain
a decree of court, quieting title to the
north half ( N t of the north half
(X',3 ) of the north half ( N 'A ) of the
southeast quarter (Ste'i of Section
four (li. Township twelve (IU), North
Kange thirteen (13); and the north
half ( N i of the southeast quarter
(Si;1.;) of Section fourteen (14), Town
ship twelve (1-t. North Kange thirteen
(l::t: and the north half (N'i) of the
northeast quarter (NKiii of the south
west quarter (SW4) of Section four
teen (111. Township twelve (12). North
Kange t hirteen ' 13 . all in the County
of Cass. Nebraska; The south half (S'i)
of tl)o northeast quarter (Nte'4) of
Section four (I), Township twelve
(12). North Kange thirteen (13); and
the south half (SU) of the north half
( N '2 ) of the north half (N',) of the
southeast quarter (Ste1..!) of Section
four (It. Township twelve (12), North
Kange thirteen (13); and the .south
half (S1.) of the southeast quarter
(SKVl) of Section fourteen (II). Town
ship twelve (12). North Kange thir
teen (1.1); and the south half (S'i) of
the northeast quarter (Nte'4) of the
southwest quarter (SV; of Section
fourteen (14), Township twelve (12),
North Kange thirteen (13). all east of
the r.th 1'. M., in the County of Cass,
Nebraska, as against you and each of
you and for such other relief as may
be just and equitable.
You and each of you are further
not i Pied that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Mon
day the 27th day of September. 1920.
or the allegations therein contained
will be taken as true and a decree
will bo rendered iu favor of the plain-'
tills and against you and each of you,
according to the prayer of said peti
tion. Dated this 4th dav of August, 11)20.
CASH I,. WILte.S and
THOMAS WILteS. JK.
11 a intiffs.
W. A. KOBteKTSON.
af-4w. Atty. lor 1'ltts,
MITICI-: 'I'O C'KKIMTOKS
State of Nebraska, Cass coun-
In the County Court.
In the matter of the
estate of Jo-
sepli Zitka. deceased.
To the creditors of said
You are hereby notified. That I will
sit at the County Court room in riatts
mouth in said county, on the eleventh
day of September. 1920, and on the
thirteenth day of December. A. 1). 1920.
at ten o'clock a. m., of eacii day, to
receive and examine all claims against
said estate, with a view- to their ad
justment and allowance. The time
limited for the presentation of claims
against said estate is three months
from the eleventh day of September,
A. D. 1920. and the time limited for
pay men t of dehtd is one year from
said eleventh day of September, 1920.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County Court, this eleventh day
of August," 1920.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) County Judge.
Tcter Meisinper and wife of near
Cedar Creek, was in the city today
for a few hours attending to some
matters of business.
For Sale: 6-room house and 2 lots
on North 6th Street. Klectric lights,
bath, city water and gas in house.
Priced at" a bargain.? ? ? ??
Put part of your earnings in a
povd We sell them for cash or on
' T. H. POLLOCK AUTO CO,
Mrs. P. J. Flvnn was anion c
those going to Omaha this afternoon
to enjoy a few hours visit there with
Wanted: Two (2) first class au
tomobile mechanics. Good wages.
T. H. POLLOCK AUTO CO.
Daily Journal, 15c a week.
ifhat is the I
r sYi have alt kinds of reasons ffhr'
liking Spur Cigarettes. Some like
them because they're mighty classy
looking that browivand'silver pack
age is an eyewinner. Some like them
because the paper is crimped no
paste to taste. Some like them because
they're a full'packed cigarette r.oth'
icg "skinny" about them. Some like
Spurs because they're twenty for
twenty cents the rock bottom price
for the highest possible quality.
But what they all shout about and
pass along is that they have found at
last a cigarette with that g'vjd old to
bacco taste that lingers in th-- vnerrjory.
Yes, sir, you can sure taste the good
Oriental and home-grown tobaccos
and that's the big idea back of Spur
Now, folks, just don't wait, but try
a package of Spur Cigarettes today,
jit's not as though you were buying a
limousine. And if you do find in Spur
the cigarette you have been wanting
something that just strikes the spot
r it will be the best buy you've made
since Hector was a pup.
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
on sale at the Journal office.
W. A. ROBERTSON
v Coates Block Second Floor
V KAST OF HILKY HOTKL
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