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MONDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1920.
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
We are pleased
to" inform the
public of our suc
cessful effors in
securing the Vic
trola agency for
This trade mark is
lo YOU a guarantee
f Musical Quality.
IT WILL BE FOUND ON
a Post Office Building
PART OF THE GOOD
WORK BEING DONE
Salv.ron Aimy's Youncr Woman's
Boanlirrj Home a Beneficiary of
Army i unds Raised in Drive
In vest iirations by tho vari m - Sal
vation Army Advisviy l'.o;iid in :2
i-(i' i. s of l lie state, have proved
i i e 1 1 j . i v I y to the Salvation Army
flr.it fvcry comity in the : tate tif N'e-l-..;-kt
aniniilly send-'- several tiirls.
tc Tl.- city i.r On:;iha. "t.i make tlx ir
fort one;.'- The i riifitli'iit ial reports
n;:'lo l.y thr-o Advi.-ory Hoards also
di.:tlise the fact that there i;.caree
ly a .-.oiity in Nebraska hut that
re (Mitt.-; e.r!y the disappearance of
at leat i'tie young wotp. n. The of
ficers of the women's division of
th' Silxation Army say that many
e.ir!- are led into lives of shame
through iinpii per surroundings, and
that they leail 'nh live.s with their
t'tn-nts t'::ll innocent of the fart
that anything is wrong. In order to
provide girls who come to the city
without fri'-nds. a clean homo ;nid
proper surroundings, the Army i-nn-tenipl.fe-;
the erection of a hoarding
'.i.io on the lot purchased from
funds raised last year. Here a nirl
:r. -iy secure individual mem or room
.ii'i ;i:: Ih.er girl, ami in rare cases
v. ill, i wo others. Reception rooms
providi d where the young women
rnny !il rt a i n tlnir friends with all
she privileges and supervision of
home. While I ho s'and.i rds of these.
t' ni"s (tlie Salvation Army now
ptr.-itc- iWi in tlie l"ading cities of
n- I'niti.l States! is equal to that
of jny tirst 1 s hotel, the fact that
here are no hii;!i s,ilaried ollicers to
p-iy r.!;:k's il possible for the Army to
rii'T th-so room.; and three meals a
day to the girls tin an average of $S
p. r '. eel-. K.u h girl is privileged
t launder her own clothes in the
mod-rn laundry which will be in
: tilled in the taseinent. Uy insert
iri'i a penny in the riot machine a
girl may iron with an electric iron
fur i.r. e hour. The hinio will be
li'jown a the Young Women's Honrd
i'i;: Homo. It wi!! bo ccntrrlly lr
eated. so that the girls rooming t here
will have no car fare to p:y and can
return home at neon for r. wfrm
n.eil. Th" heme, although erei-ted
it ninaha. is f-ir the use of girls
vh--';e parents di not reside there.
The sum of $liMi.iKio is fi-keH this
to help complete the building.
ANNUAL SALE OF BIG TYPE
Poland China Boars
Wc will sellal the CI las. Davics farm, one-half mile cast
of I lillsdalc and four and one-half miles west of Mal
ver, Iowa, commencing at 2:30 p. rn., on
Thursday,, iotokr 2 S
25 Head of Pure Bred Poland China Boars
5 FALL BOARS AND 20 SPRING BOARS
REGISTRATION PAPERS WITH EACH AND EVERY HOG
If you are looking for a Superior Board to head your
hcid, you may be assutcd of finding lurn in this offering.
GEias. i. Bivisr R. Q. Jackson & Son
Matthews and Dillehay, Auctioneers v
li. f 3
To US it is an ao
ceptance of a respon-
sibility. Look for it.
ALL VICTOR PRODUCTS
niiUK.it ii- in: him;
nnil olli-f on IVtilitn for S-l-llrliirnl
of A ceo ll lit
1. 1 tV.e fmiiity Couit of Cass coun
ty. . Liaka.
.-ale of Xi lilii.' k;i, fass county, ss.
To l:oi.i it l-;. Corhot and all persons
int. . led in the -state of Kohcrt J'.
tin naiiinc the pi'tition of Will.ur
! "out ryr:ia ti. praying a final s-t-lleinenl
am) allowance of his account
til t in this court on the t ilh day ol
II-I..I..I-. I'.'-J". and tor discharge and
rt lease of himself and ln.nilMii.-ii :
II is Ii.-i.l.v i. id. i,.l that you and all
per ris inl i n-.'tcd in said matter mav.
ami do. appear at the I'ounty I'mn I lo
i l.e o.l l in and for said county, on the
J. id day of iirl.ih. r. A. I . l.'.o. at l'
't I", k a. m. to show cause, it any
t hei I..-, why the p raver of the peti
i miicr :hoiil.l pot granted, and that
11..; lie of (he pelld" li. . of said petition
a ad tlie hearing there.. f l.e given to al!
persons int. rested in said matter hy,
publishing n copy of this oiil"- in the
I "a 1 1 snioi; t li .loiiru.il. a semi-weekly
newsf.afier printed in s--aid county, for
one v.eek prior to said day of hearing.
In Witness v hereof. I have hereunto
st t mv hand ami the Seal of said Court
this 11th tlav of ii. tohet, A I . 1 !-'.
AM.KN .1. HCKSiiN.
I Seal) i'ounty Judge.
iiKiit it ' iii:i:im;
'i lclillnii for i.iliiliiiriit of
The State of Nebraska, Cass comi
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Kin-
Ill'O- . :.'H ... de i a.- .-d.
i n reae-og and Tiling tli- petition of
Sadie ;. Ileece. Arthur II. Reeeo and
Philip R. Ret ce praving that adminis
iration of sai.i i-state may he grained
to Sadie I-!. Recti- and Attliur R. Recce
as Adm in ist ra trs :
Ordered. That Noy. mher tr:th. A. 1 .
1 ? o. at HI 'clock a. m.. is assigned
for hearing said petition, when all
persons interested in said matter may
appear at a County Court to ho hold
in and for sai.l county, and show cause
why the prayer of petitioner should
not l.e granled: and that notice of the
pendency t.f saitl petition and the desir
ing thereof be glen to all persons in
terested in said matter hy publishing
a copy of this order in the fl.il tsmout h
.lo-i'iial, a .mi-weeklv newspaper
printed in said county, for three suc
cessive weeks, prior to said day of
I "a te.l October 1.".. Rljn.
I A l.hK.N .1. I IKK St IN.
I t Sea 1 1 otS-:!w. Count y Judge.
V. T. Ttichardsort, of Mynard.
writes insurance for the Farmers
Mutual of Lincoln. Phoue 2411.
Improve Your Digestion.
If you have weak digestion eat
cparinsly of meats, let at least five
hours elapse between meals, eat noth
ing between meals. Drink an ahund
ineo of water. Take one of Cham
berlain's Tablets immediately after
supper. Io this and you will im-
i prove your digestion.
President of Business Association Be
lieves It Would be Forerunner
of Worse Things.
1.1 llurti nt
ki. x-i. I
to govprnmont opera-(
be but the forerunner of
federal control of the
sources of production such
as steel, j
coal and copper
declared Alba 1.'
T . l- Tkan.li.l nl.l.i nrnulilnnt
J Oil 11 SOU Ol 1 llllJiKIillia, 1 ".Stpleniher l'L'll
of the railway business association. ' ' .' A1
in an address tonight at a banquet
of the American manufacturers' ex-
nopt Qcuoriation I
"Thn n-.tinnal welfare reouires us i
to stabilize the railway situation. t
saitl Mr. Johnson, "because we sire 1
in a conflict to preserve the princi-i
pie ol individual oiitTMiit "i i""i'
erty and of individual opportunity.
The railways are the first trench.
The speaker saitl his address could
be summed up in "a golden text as
follows: "Transportation is a busi
ness. It is the business of business
men to put the transportation busi
ness on a business basis. Let us get.
business with a business program for
Alfred Reeves, treneral manager of i
the national automobile chamber of
commerce, said that the greatest de
velopment in automobile sales must
come in foreign countries, thus ne
cessitating greater exports from the
United States. Mr. Reeves said that
in this country there is one automo
bile for every fourteen inhabitant.',
whereas in the remainder of the
"world there is only one car for every
American automobile manufactur
ers, Mr. Reeves declared, favor al
lowing foreign-built cars to enter
the United States on the same terms
that American cars are allowed to
enter other countries.
Tj. S. Howe, newly appointed di
rector general of the Pan-American
union, told the exporters that capi
tal must be more freely invested in
I.nt iu-Anioriea before American trad"
can hope to obtain ;i permanent foot
hold in these countries.
Otto 11. Kahn, financier, rpeahin;;
at the afternoon session, advocated
taxation revision and recommended
that congressional committees b
authorized by the law to have as
sociate or auxiliary members who
could attend sill hearings and make
authoritative reports. He said thai
attendance of senators and represen
tatives at committee hearings wa ;
"necessarily sjH.radic" because of the
press of other duties.
RETURNS FROM TRI
TO THE NORTHWEST
Mrs. F. A. StoMman Returns Froi
3 Months' Toar Visits Many
Toints of Interest.
Mrs. V. A. Stohlman returmM last
week from a three months' (our of
the Pacific Northwest. Airs. Stohl
man left seeral mouths .ago to visit
her daughter. Msr. II. A. Fisher, who
resides with her hush'and. Rev. II. A.
Fisher in Pocatello. Idaho. While in
the west she visited many points of
interest anil saw scenery which is
second to none in the world.
Shortly after coming to Pocatello.
l:o miles from
come from all
went to Yellowstone
si distance of about
parts of the United
from Kuropo lo sc
States and even
natures wonders as they are found
in abundance in Yellowstone. Here
she saw the far-famed guysers and
other scenery which makes this park
a veritable wonderland. Hear. deer,
elk. buffalo, and many other wild an
imals all came within view.
On the way back to Pocatello, Mrs.
Stohlman stopped off at Idaho Falls,
one of Idaho's rich fruit and farming
countries. Here she was met by Rev.
Fisher ami wife. It was the occasion
of the Lutheran Mission .Festival,
which was celebrated out in a grove
and Rev. Fisher preached the mission
sermon on that Sunday.
On Monday morning threo cars left.
Idaho Falls headed for Ileise Hot
Springs. ::00 miles away. The deep
and swift Snake river had to be
crossed on a ferry boat. Dinner was
eaten in the timber and then the
party numbering 14, including Mrs.
Stohlman and Rev. and Mrs. Fisher,
began to climb mountains and cliffs
about 4.000 feet high. It was a won
derful scene from tho top of h
heights. Looking down a solid wall
Of rock about 3,000 feet, the mile
roads in the distance appeared like
city blocks. After coming down
from the mountains all went for a
dip in the natural hot water natator
ium. The following day the party
left again for Pocatello after a nio-t
enjoyable trip. Louisville Courier.
In the Histiut Couit of Cass coun
M. iM-ury. I'hiintiT. vs. Henry J
Stoll; II. J. Sloll; Win. K. Kropp, De
The object of the above entitle. r
tion in which a summons i;; herewith
served upon Henry .1. SfiMl, II. .1. Stull
and W. !'. Kroop, and all pci-ui. un
known who may have or vlanu to have
any right, title or interest tn tied lo
the North hnlf nt tin- Northwest t u: r
tcr ( N i. NV, I of .Section hi'ii CM.
Township tt-n t Uii. Range twelve 12).
C;if.,K comity. Nfli;i.;!..;i, is tlie fore
closurer or Tax Certificates No. -t-ll'.
owned by M. iMury, plrtlntjtf. and cov
ering the- above described tract of
That on or fthout the Cth day of
Ot tober, l?l;i, the plainMtT tiled her
pet it on iti lhi liirtrict Coert of Cass,
county. N"hras'i.-i. ami the above nam
ed defendants are hereby notified tiiat
iinles they answer within thirty davs
of the completed service of this notice.
extlusKe of the tlav of such snvi.-f,
tlie petition of said Plaintiff fi'.pd
atrnlnst them In the Clerks ortfet- of
said Court, sm h petition will be taken
as true and judgment rt ti.h red ac
coidtnjlv. M. PF.tT.Y.
k. l. nru-RY.
mi in i: 'i n i iu:m i imis
'i'li- Stale of Nrlirask.i, Cass, enun-
In the County ('iirt.
Ill 111.- mailer T II. i
li. 1111 lll'il. deceased.
To tin- creditors- i f said estate:
Vim are l: rt-l.y tp.tiliotl. That 1 w ill
sit at the County ft. net nit.ni in Phitts
ni'inlh in s.'i'l county, u tin- J 1 1 1 rtav
of iiclol.ii-, arnl on thw loth ay
f January, 1!)2 1. at 10 n rim-k a in of
t'H'ii oi sai.i Ha'
amino all claims
with a view to
a I Iowa in . Tin-
s to receive apd e
ii gainst t--;i il estate,
their adjust incnt anil
"' .." .......... i.M i c-
pr.-s. lit a t ion Hi claims against said es-
stat,. jS three months from th.- m, ,;i,v
of . i..i.. r. . i. to-n. ami the time
HWii''1' Ioi pam.-iil Ol tlclils Is on
1 Mil day of (H-toher,
Witness my ham!
4 I ,i
said county ( our!,
I. I ! !: KSO.V.
s i .i :.
lien iai'iin F. Iniulriin n,
i;,,i,ert i Cootiman it al
1 icfi'ii. hints.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
an imii-r of sale issued to m,. i,v
I the lustrlct foi;rt of Cass i ntv,
Nebraska, oti th" 2Mb day of Scptom-
lit-r. 19 2 0, in an
n mil I'imiiiiiik in sum
fii.famin F. t'.oo.lman
i court in w Inch
was 'ail:tilT in
rt F. (aoodman
were defendants. will
!Hh day of govern h.-r. 1'o, at 1 o'clock
in the a I'let nicii of said .lay at the
south front door of the court house in
flat tsmout ! . t'ass county. Nebraska,
offer for salt: ;.t pul.lie vendue to the
highest hinder for cash, the following
d. s rilie.l real estate situated in the
t'itv of I "la t tsmoii t h. fass co-.nty, Ne
loot I; one
h ii ml t i
Mid twelye jn
1 plat t h. roor.
open for " one
renin i n
A I torney.
l item reus
bra ska. Cass
the end i tor;
a are h'le!
state of Adam
of said estate:
not i:i !. That
'ia 1 1 s-
at the i'ounty Court rootn in I'i
Mill in said county, on tin- I'.th
November, lH'o. and on the 1st tiav
I'Yhmarv. I'.iJl. at In o'chu-k a. m
h ii:iv, t receive and examine all
1 hei r
e t inn
t l -i uii
tiirtst sai.l estate, with a view
adjustment and allowance,
limited for the piescn I a I ion
against said estate is throe
nt iir; I run
I i. IVJU.
I.I t:ih da;
f No em l..-r.
y. a r from
r. 1 ".'.
the seal of
Vi lli be
i 1 lies.; my
i.i I'niiMlv I
ui it. this
1st day or
mil y .1 itdge.
. I -
Not i. e
. st II I
n- r.-si.i.-ii t l.-1 en.la nt s
e I'.aptist Foreign Mis
a t . .1 -j .. I i n : Amtrtcnn
' :i. ; 'J i v. .. cot po i a t . o n
t Ii.. nort b.-ast .pia i t i-r o'
tu. nl v
I -.'a I. Ton nsh i ee t II
r.'-;.- t' ti I 1" I. e;i: t of
'.is ; unity. N'-br.i --h.i.
ia I m I tig
;i'iv part thereof.
v. oi and ai h of vim are hereby
le.titi'.i that ll-iirv' M . i r i u rueti. as
plamtit'' .Mi the .nih .lay of September.
IIi.'i'. liled his petition in the lO'-tljet
Court "f C is.-, county. N'.-t'i-fl.'!. where
in you .-.'e! e:o !i of you are defendants,
ti Ine.i a nil lraer of which peti
tion ate that Viiu and ea.-h ef -ou. and
nil persons .Inming l.y, through or
under ou advtrstly to plaintiff, he
adjudged lo h.ive no interest, right,
s i a t '. i r I b-n in or to;
W t .-1 halt of the northeast
ou.irter of Section twenty Cm,
Tow lis b i o b u till. North Range
t.ii I 1 1 i. .as t of the it h I'. M.,
Cos county, N-br.isha
rn- auv i-arl or portion thereof, arid
hint I lo- plaintiff ll'tiry .M ei r.i u rg en.
together with his grantors he adjudg
ed to have b.-eii in the adverse p.s-M-'sini
of said laud fo,- more than ten
i a is last pa :t. atid Hint the It gal
til'e thereto has he. mo fully vested
ill ll.-nrv My ir.i .1 rgeri notwithstanding
the . hiims of on .-tid each of oii.
or any one t 'aiming by, through or
under yon. and thai the title to said
hind he forever uiett.l In the said
ll.-nry Mei r i u i e , n. ;ls against you and
each of oti. and that each and all of
sai.l defendants above named, and those
wi ose names are unknown, and not
l.-taled. he forever li.-i i fi'il from claim
ing or asserting any right, title, in
terest or t state in and to said real
estate or imv part thereof, and for su.-li
other and further relief as lo the court
may seem just and eiinitahle.
Von and ea. h of you are further
liolili. .1 you are re. pi i r.-d to answer
said petition on or 1.. fore Monday, the
.'.'ml tlav of November. 1 !:'!.
1 1 1:. i : y m i : 1 1: j t: rc. i :n
C. A. R.WVI.S,
il 1 1 -1 w. Hi-; A Hot ney
Mini r. in riii:i)riiin.
Tlie Stale of Nebraska, I .'ass coun
In the County Court.
In the matlir of the estate of Sarah
1 . Illaek. !. ased.
To the creditors of said estate:
Yen are hereby notified. That 1 will
sit at the County Court room in I'latts
nioiith in said county, on the Inth day
of November. . I.' RU'O. and on the
luMi day of February. A. I . RUM. at ID
o't lock a. m. each liny to receive and
'aniine all claims against said estate,
with a view to their adjustment and
allowance. The time limited for t he
prcs-nt a I ion of tlaims against said
state is three months from tlie inth
day of November. A. I . l'.'iui, and the
time limited for payment of thhls is
one year from Kaitl lath tlav of No
Witness m v hand and the seal of
said County Court this SUh day of
ARRKN J. RKKSON.
(Stall oll-w. County Judge.
In the t". ninly Court of Cass coun
ty. Nolo aska
In the matter of the estate of Sam
Mel Ailev, deceased.
To all pers-nris Interested in the es
tate of San. i. I Alley, deceased:
You fire hereby notified that on this.
the RItti day of October. 1!''. the peti
tion of Marl; White was tiled in this
Court alle-ring t hat one Samuel Alley,
'tit.- n resident and inhabitant of Cass
eou.it;.-. Nehteska. departed this life at
Rook l;l-,in., in said count.Aori occm-li-
r L'tel. 17.".. having tin estate to l.e
administered and i l.a.'-t Will and Tes
tament disposing ,,f same, which is
now on til- lo-.rr.jp, and which was ad
mitted to probate, in this court on the
ill) day of .lanur.rv, IS"'!, before Wm.
II. N'twfll. then County Judge of sai'l
county, as shown ty an order entered
on l age "Hi r,r Ktttr.v Rook "R" h rec
otd of ;-f i r eoi.it. int that hy over
sight or omission. the said County
.fudge failed t endorse his certificate
of probate thereon, nr. required hy law,
to entitle said instrument to he read
in evidence of title t( real estate, anil
praying ti nt said instrument he Allow
ed, established, prohated and aiithen
tieited, n't reriuired hy law.
on are further notified that said
nt tit ion. and proof-! thereon -will he j
liaid at the (VMtntv Court room in j
I '!a 1 1 moo t h. i) Cis "eon ntv. Nebraska.!
mi the 1r.tb day of November, 1920. nt j
nine o'clock !n the forenoon, at which
tirue ?i rn-. en? in t ere? ted mav appear:
am! contest the mhh" and unless on-i
Jo tion? Ave tiled or; or before sahi
i.i.iv grat the p-a--er of said petition.
J)ar?d Cctobr-- i :',
ALLEN J- SKESOX,
oH-3w. County Judge.
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MITH'K TO CKI'III TORS
State of Nebraska, Cass county, ss.
I n tie- County Court.
In tie- matter of the estate of John
K raeger, defeat tl :
To the creditors of said estate:
You are hereby notified, that I will
sit at the County Court room in l'latts
m oiih in raid nmutv, tin tile L'titli day
of iii toher. A. 1 1. 1 jo. ami on the "rtth
day of .laniiarv . A. I . R'.'l. at ten I I'll
oi lock a. m.. ea' h day, to receive and
examine all claims against said estate.
Willi a view to. their adjustment and
allowance. The lime limited for pre
s( ntatlon of claims against said estate
is three months from the 26th day of
Ccloher, A. 1 1. 1!'U. and the time lim
ited for payment of debts is one year
from said I'i'tli day of October, P.ja.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said i'ounty Court, this jr.th tlav of
St ptt ruber, l'-iL'".
Ahl.KX .1. RKKSON.
iSeall s'JT-lw. County Judge.
MlTII'i: TO ItKIHlOICS
State -if Nebraska, Cass conn-
In the Cointty Court.
In tin- matter of the estate of Pavid
Ton rielot. deceasctl.
To the creditors of said estate:
You are hereby notified. That I will
sit at tin- County Court room in I'latts
im.iiili in said county, on tlie Hth day
of November, lfti, anil on the 1st tlav
of 1'fl.i nary, Ri.M. at 111 o'clock a. m.
each day to receive atvd examine all
claims against said estate, with a view
to their ad just men t and allowance. The
time limited for the presentation of
claims against said estate is three
months from the Cdh ifnv of November,
A. 1 1. 19J0 and the time limited for
payment of debts is one year from
said '.th day of November, H1'0.
Witness my hand ami the seal of
saitl County Court, this 1st day of Oc
A LLKX J. UK KSO.V.
(Seal) ol-? County Judge.
olice lo wn-ttrxitleiit llefemlailt
To Silas 1 1 ii IT. Iiefendant:
You will take notice that on the
!t!i tiav of October. 1920. the plaintiff
herein." M rs. A. C. Huff, tiled her peti
tion in the IHstrict Court of Cass coun
ty. Nebraska, against saitl defendant.
Sias 1 1 u IT. the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain tax
certificate duly issued to the plaintiff
on the -4 1 1 1 tla v of November. RUN, hy
the treasurer of Cass county. Nebraska,
fir.- the taxes duo and delinquent en
l.ots ii.il. v.:vi and it:;:: in tlie -Village
of Louisville, Nebraska, for the sum
of $S.:;s, and for the sum of $7.27 sub-
Democratic Candidate for Governor
Four Years of Faithful and Economical Management Speaks for Itself!
A Vote for Morehead Means Less
Taxes and Waste!
JOHN W. CRABILL,
se.i,eiit taxes paid during the y.-.ir
RMS and $.x.0J suhseipient taxts paid
by plaintiff for the year HUH.
Tlliit the jihove desi I ibed real estate
he tharged with the above amount
with lawful interest thereon, and thai
plaintiff he awarded foreclosure there
of, and that equity of redemption and
all other interests of the defendant
Silas Huff he forever haired and fore
closed, and that said real estate be
sold to satisfy the amount of the lien
due thereon, ami for such other ciui
ta bio relief.
You are ietiiired to answer said
petition on or before the JL'nd day of
J November. 19L'0.
I'aieti mis, liin tiav m iictooer. u.i.
MRS. A. C. Hl'FF.
C. A. RAWI.S.
oil-'.' Attv. for Plaintiff.
Minn: i n iti-'.niToits
State of Nebraska. Cass county, ss.
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Ann
To the creditors of said estate:
S'oii are hereby notified. That I will
sit at the County Court room in I'latts
moutli. in said county, on the lot I day
of October. A. 1 ). R20. and on tlie 1 id h
day of January. A. I . 1:21, at 10 o'clock
a. m. each tlav. to receive and examine
all claims against said estate, with ji
view to their adjustment ami allow
ance. The time limited for the pre
sentation of claims against said ct-a t e
is three months from the l.".th tiny of
October. A. I . 19 20. and the time lim
ited for pavmi-tit of debts is one year
from said i'.th day of October, 19-0.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County Court, this 15th day of
ALLKN J. RKKSON.
(Seal) s20-? County Judge.
To all whom it may concern:
The Commissioner appointed to open
a road beginning eighty roils east of
the southeast corner of Section nine
teen. (Ri) Township eleven. (11). Range
fourteen, (H) in Cass county. Nebras
ka: thence running due west to the
southwest corner of Section nineteen,
(19) Township eleven, (11) Range four
teen, (14) width of said road to be
forty (40) feet, has reported in favor
of the opening thereof; and all objec
tions hereto, or claims Tor damages,
must be filed in the County Clerk's
office on or before noon on tho 20th
day of November, 1920, or such road
will lie opened without reference
GEO. R. SAYLKS,
s!6-4w. County Clerk.
Economy and Efficiency
will be secured in the state government by voting for
iiitm it up himicim;
oil t'ctltioo for Iol til in ii I of
iluilnixl rnt ri .
The State of Nebral.a. i.'a
t mi n -
In ti,e County c.uit.
In the matter of the i .-tale of Aug
ust I. Volt tug, decease.).
Ui reading- aid tiling the petition of
Henry F. Nolting and. Vr.-dri. k '.
Nolting praving that administration of
said estate rusty tie granted to Kathar
ine Nolting as administratrix:
Orrtel cd. That Tin-siLi v" ' 'l ob'er 2:m!i.
A. D. l'.cn. at Hi o'clo.-U a. m. Is a -.signed
for hearing said petition, when
all persons int. res!.. I in said estate
may appear at a County Court to be
held in and for said totmtv. and show
cause why the prayer of petitioners
should not he granted: .in. I that notice
of the pendency of said petition and
the hearing thereof be given to all
pel sous inteifsltd in said matter l.y
publishing a copy of thi.i order in the
I "la 1 1 smoii t ii Journal, a t run-wee k ly
new pa in r printed in said county for
three :;uc. cssive weeks, prior to said
day of hea l iii't.
1 i.itetl I i. toher 2. 192H.
Ahl.KX .1. RKKSON.
ol-."w. County Judge.
i:ii mum i:
To. all whom it may concern:
The Commissioner a ppol ti t ed to t lose
;i road beginning at eighty rods east
and about twenty rods north of the
southeast corner of Section nineteen.
Township eleven. Range fourteen:
thence funning due West I hree-foil rt lis
of one mile to R. F. 1 1. route Number
one, has reported in favor of the clos
ing thereof: arid all objections hereto,
or claims for damages, must be tiled
in tlie County Clerk's office on or be
fore noon on the 2'U h day of Novem
ber. 1920. or such road will he closed
without reference thereto.
CKo. R. SAYI.KS,
slll-hv. Countv Clerk.
ii;i;i. Mini i:
To Thomas li. I'tulervvooil, Iiefen
dant: You are hereby notified that on the
2nd tiny of July, 1920, Sarah K. l'ti.let -wood.
Plaintiff, filed her petition and
commenced nu action against you in
the liistrict Court of Cass county. Ne
braska, tlie object and prayer of which
art! to obtain an absolute divorce from
you on tlie ground of extreme cc-clty,
without provocation or fault upon the
part of the plaintiff.
You art; requested to answer said
petition on or before the 29th day of
November. 19 20.
SARAH Ii. I'NRKKWOOI. -o7-4w.
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