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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1920.
Cbe plattsmouth lournal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY AT PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
Entered at Postoffice. I'lattumouth, Neb., as second-class mail matter
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
are halcyon days for poli
(old pen liave been manufactured
in America for SO years.
Will the death of MacSwiney help
the cause of Ireland? Perhaps.
Wood for pianos is kept in the
seasoning process, as a rule, for 40
years before it is used.
All clouds are within
half miles of the earth.
heighth they do not
six and a
Thirtv-five private secretaries are
employed to look after the private
correspondence of the pope.
Dr. Brendel is the man to vote
for if you want a Kood capable rep
resentative in the legislature.
The man who is always waiting
for something to turn up is usually
asleep when it finally conies along.
The former kaiser has grown sadly
uugramalical. He signs himself
"I. K." when it should be "I ain't."
When it comes to mud slinging,
the G. O. P. campaign committee
has a steam shovel tied to the post.
Woh in reality is responsible for
Ivorrt Mayor MacSwiney's death.
Kngland n odoubt, could have saved
Cuba threatens that sugar will get
up again. Hut it is merely a threat,
with nothing whatever as a sound
: .) ;
The persistent warm weather has
enabled the women to wear their
furs almost up to the beginning of
The trouble with the folks who
are always giving the farmer advice
is that they have nothing else to
Isn't it too bad that the hens do
r.ot lay a lot of eggs while the price
is high, and lay off laying when the
price is low?
I'sually. when you find an author
sneering at movies you have merely
struck a writer who can't get his
You need not buy any fuel this
winter. When you feel cold, think of
the rent you are paying and you'll
get hot all over.
The fuss over the league of na
tion will be greater after the fourth
of March than it is now, regardless
of what ticket is elerted.
If elected as representative. Dr.
Hrendl will be found supporting ev
ery measure that is good for the peo
ple and against all that is bad.
W. V. Moran is the man to favor
for senator. Make up your mind to
vote for him. He is able, honest
and candid in all his deliberations.
Close observation and careful in
quiry has convin&etl us that a woman
doesn't care anything about the way
a hat fits her head if it fits her face.
A Philadelphia juryman was fined
for going to sleep in the box. If
this ir.i;us!iment generally prevailed
the jails would be filled with jury
There will be no monkey business
in state affairs if John H. Morchead
iwcupies the executive chair again.
Honesty in state affairs is his slo
gan. The voters know him.
John H. Morehead should be elect
ed next Tuesday. And he. will be,
if all those who desire a good, clean
administration, vote for him as they
Lloyd (leorge says he believes the
United States will join the league of
rations after the November election.
Dave must have firm faith in the
candidacy of Cox.
Mrs. Charlie Chaplain says she can
stand her husband's friends.
A vote for W- V. Moran is a
for the right man for the state
ate. - 1
The rolling pin has flattened out
the steam roller as a political wea
Governor Cox says that if the
country doesn't accept the league
be hard times.
The candidate who wants to cap
ture the woman vote ought to in
vent a non-skid hairpin.
Nothing so upsets the even tenor
of a woman's ways as the insinua
tion that her hat isn't on straight.
A vote for John II. Morehead means
1 vote for a gentleman whose whole
heart is wrapped up in good will for
the People of Nebraska.
Plattsmouth should give Dr. Bren
del a large majority. He is no new
citizen in Cass county, but has lived
at Murray for many years.
Plans are being discussed for the
celebration of Armistice Day. Per
haps we had Tjetter wait until after
the November election and see wheth
er we have cause to celebrate.
It is pleasing to find now and then
among the moving picture stars a
real womanly spark, as for instance.
Sylvia Pankhurst has been again
pinched we mean arrested for
publishing seditious literature in
England. Sylvia, it seems, is not so
much interested in sunrage as in
front page publicity.
Wooden ships are being offered by
the government at $12 per ton and
no takers. Will the government
kindly bring a batch of 'em up the
Missouri river to Plattsmouth? We
can use thera for apartment houses.
James D. Baker of Otoe county, is
one of the best men in either Otoe
or Cass county. And his election as
float representative would reflect
great credit upon both Otoe and Cass
counties. He is a man of the people.
The Pullman company showed a
surplus of four million dollars for
the last fiscal ,year. That was mere
pocket change when compared with
what the Pullman porters would be
able to show if their resources were
Jiramy Cox showed his fighting
spirit by attacking- Senator Lodge
on his own home lot as "the arch
conspirator of all the ages." That's
almost as strong as Senator Harding's
description of him as the "leader i.f
the poison squad."
Miss Alice Paul is wasting time
and energy in issuing calls for a
convention to be held in Washington
next February for the formation of
a woman's party. The women folks
will never get far away from the
men, politically or otherwise.
There will be a turkey shortage
this Thanksgiving, we are told, be
cause the flurkeys overate of the
abun'dant grain crops last summer
and didn't mature. This also made
for a short grain crop of which the
bakeries will inform us later.
The time is at hand when the fair
sex is going to play a conspicuous
part in the political affairs of the
commonwealth. Kre the next demo
cratic state primary is held there
ought to be at least 100.000 women
in the state qualified for suffrage,
and it may go considerably in excess
of that figure by the time the sena
torial primary is held in 1922.
Five years ago. let us say, a cor
poration found one million dollars
sufficient for its needs in financing
expansion or purchasing new equip
ment, borrowing at 4 per cent inter
est rate and assuming a yearly in
terest burden of $40,000. Today,
because of the depreciation of the
dollar, it must borrow $2,000,000
to make the same purchases, and is
willing to pay double the old inter
est rate, or 8 per cent, thereby bur
dening itself with a fixed annual In
terest charge of $160.000 actually
four titmes as great as inthe -days
before the war.
WILL BE HARD TO
ORDER NOW A
King & Hamilton Grain C
or an OTTAWA SHELLER. If you wait till you need
them you will not be able to secure them. I also have
a few first quality Farm Wagons left at $185.00.
A. , AULT
In th- County Court of Cass coun
In tli matter of the estate of Adam
Ka ffenberier, deciased :
On readinff and tiling the application
of Minn if Kaftenberser, administratrix
of the estate of Adam Kaffen herder,
deceased, tendering lier resiKnation as
such administratrix, on account of ill
lifnlth and inability to act as such ad
ministratrix further. ;.nd requesting
that ;orge A. Kafl'fiil'fl'K'T he ap
pointed in her stead to complete the
administration of s:tid estate;
OKI tKKKli. That November 2. A. I .
i:'i'. at lu.iui o'clock a. in. of said day
j is assigned lor hearing said applica
tion. neti all persons interested may
appear at a County Court to he held
in and for said county, and show
cause why Hie prayer of am. Meant
not lie granted: and that notice
of the pendency of said application
districts which thev are to represent i v Hearing m.i.-on given to
. . . . , , . . 8,11 I",'-voiis interested in said matter
but this is a false idea gained donbt-lbv publishing a copv of this order in
less from the former law that pre- " iaitsm..uth journal, a semi
v -tiled In this "state ' weekly newspaper printed in said conn
.. , . -t 4i ' l "" l'"ee successive Weeks prior to
r ui uie i. ui yiui jrap my said uay of liearing.
uiiini r nmuiTi in m
iiWHULt UUUNI I Id IU
VOTE ON COMMISS'RS:
Number of Voters are Laboring Un-
der Impression Only Vote for
Men in Their District.
Within the past few days there'
have been a number of inquiries re-1
ceived at the Journal office relative
to the question of voting on county;
commissioners. A great many have
the impression that the commission- should
ers are to be elected in the various
candidates have been selected at the
primary election by the voters of
their respective districts, but when
it comes to the general election their
names must appear on the ballot
over the entire county and to be
elected they must receive a majority
of the votes cast in the county, ir-
regardless of the number their home
district may pile up for them
The impression has gone out here
that it will not be possible for the
Plattsmouth people to vote for Fred;
II. Gorder or William Atchison, the'
candidates in the third district, but
such is not the case and every voter,
will have the opportunity of voting,
for the candidates for county coni-
missioner. regardless of what district I
this L'tith day of October, A.
K KSt .V.
he may reside in.
The candidates for commissioners
are I . l allerv and (.. I,. Farley
in the first district and Fred fJorder!
and William Atchison in the third!
district and if you vote in Cass con'!-'
.y you will pass on the merit of'
these gentlemen, all of whom are
among the best qualified men in;
GOVERNMENT GETS INTO
"BUILDING TRUST" CASE
Washington. I). C, Oct. 29. Ap
pointment of Joseph Kaufman as
special assistant to the district at-
torney at New York to conduct a
federal investigation info the al
leged combinations in the building.
materials market in that city was an
nounced today by Attorney (Jeneral
This is the federal
lirst step in the direction or prosecu
tion of alleged violation of anti-trust
laws among brilding materials deal
Department of justice officials said
information gathered by the United
States attorney's olTice in Xew York
had disclosed evidence which tiny
believed pointed to combinations in
violation of the Sherman law.
Mr. Kaufman will co-operate with
the New York state legislative com
mittee which is
vest igat ion into
ii:ki:m wi s
To the defendants, the west h:lf of
the northeast quarter of Section sevcii
. teen (17) Township twelve t 1 j north
I Kange nine cm east of the i;th p. m.
ill Cass county, Nebraska, and all per
sons claiming any inUii-st of any kind
j in said rea i estate or any pari thereof:
! S. N. Men jam. whose first and lull
name is Seidell N. Meriiam. Seidell X.
. .Merriam ami l.ydia Merriam. his wife.
A. Corbin. whose first and leal name
is Austin Corbin and Hannah M. dr
bin. his wife. I. V. Newsum. .1. W. Xev
suin. William liurfce, William urfua.
Itennis Iean. Samuel ;. Mrysin and the
unknown heirs, devisees, legatees and
personal representatives, and ail other
persons interested in the estates (if each
of the above named persons.
You and each of you. as named and
designated above wilr take notice that
on the Jlt'i day of August, 1!L'0, the
plaintiff. Cohort Kbit'., tiled his petition
auainst ou and each of you in the
I'istrict Court of Cass county. Nebras
ka, the ob, i i t and prayer of whi h pe
tition are that the court may hi.d and
decree that plaintiff and his grantor.
hae In en ill the sole, open, adverse.
notorious, exclusive, continuous and
peaceable possession of the whole of
the west half of the northeast ouarter
twelve l-i north Kange nine (Hi east
of Section seventeen 17l Township
of the ; 1 1 1 p. m. in Cass cointy, Ne
braska, for moie than twenty years
!..' past as owners theioof. and have
made valuable and lasting improve
ments thereon: tlat the d-'fects and
clouds upon the plaintiff's title to said
-I I OUt. Ml lilS pet It loll
1 and the title iiicte.l
in this plaititilf: ih.if
a nd each of t hem a ml
No-urn of ni:i i:iu:i:s sw.i:.
In the IHstiirt Court of Cass coun
Henjamin F. Goodman, Plaintiff, vs.
Uobert F. Goodman et al, Hefendants.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of sale issued to me by
the District Court of Cass county,
Nebraska, on the L'Sth day of Septem
ber, lSi'O, in an action pending In said
court in which Henjamin F. Goodman
was plaintiff and Itohert F. Goodman
et al, were defendants. I will, on the
'.Mh day of November. 19:10, at 1 o'clock
In the afternoon of said day at the
south front door of the court house in
I'lattsniouth. Cass county. Nebraska,
offer for sale at public vendue to the
highest bidder for cash, the following
described real estate situated in the
Cily of 1 'la 1 1 smou t li, (.'ass county, Ne
Lots nine, ten, eleven and twelve in
Clock one hundred ten, according to
the published and recorded plat thereof!
Said sale will remain mcn for one'
C. A. UAWI.S.
CIIAS. K. MAIiTIN.
An Opportunity To Brighten Up
- -,-,-;li-.rirlr.v,i.,, mJ
Brightening up the home is
one of the chief pleasures of the
housewife. A bright, cheerful
home makes for contentment
There are marred and scratch
ed pieces of furniture the worn
floor and stair treads the wood
work, which needs refinishing
the ice chest the kitchen cabi
net and many other places about
the home can be brightened up
j ma v
. a nd
i t he i
i e II io!
! them or mi v of
:n d 1 1 om ciaimin
to said real est. -it
t io 111
quiet and pel
miirnrnniiml' , Poll
" fin l her and
just and eipiitab!
You and each
answer the y!m
fore Monday the
l'atcd this Ji't I
r from interfering with lia
ble possession of this
and for sii'li other,
rot: I relief, as ma be
e in the pit in isrs.
f you a-o reouiie.l to
e petition on or be
nt n day of 1 lecem be'i ,
1 1 -
t;r:T k i r ..
J 'I a int iff.
ib. r. I!'.".
MIT I CI? TO ( lti:i)ITIIKS
Notice to non-resident defendants.
To the Free Haptist Foreign Mis
sion Society, a corporation: American
Loan A; Trust Company, a corporation:
west half of the northeast quarter of
Section twenty Ciii), Township eleven
(11), North fiange ten (10, east of
the tith P. M.. Cass county. Nebraska
ard all persons claiming any interest
of any kind i;: said real estate, or
any part thereof:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that Henry' Meirjurgen. as
plaintiff on the Oth day of September,
Pil'il. filed his petition "in the Instrict
Court of C.iss county. Nebraska, where
in you and ta'-h of you are defendants,
the c.i, i and prayer of which peti
tion are that you and each of you, and
all persons claiming by, through or
und.r you adversely to plaintiff, be
adjudged to havu no interest, right,
t state, or lien in or to:
West half of tiie mirth. -ast
quarter of Section twenty (l'i.
Township eleven (111. North' Pange
ten (Kii. cast of the Kth P. M.,
'ass county, Nebraska
or any part or portion thereof, and
that the plaint iff Henry Meirjurgen,
together with his grantors be adjudg-
I .1 to have been in the adverse os
js.ssion of said land for more tlian ten
j yea is last past, and that the legal
(title thereto lias becotne fully vested
'in Henry Meirjurgen notwithstanding
jthe claims of von and each of you,
lor any one claiming by, through or
under yuu. and that the title to said
land be forever quitted in tie said
llitiry Meirjurgen. as against you and
a--!i of you. and that each and all of
.-aid defendants above named, and those
whoso names are unknown, and not
staled, be forever barred from claim
ing or asserting any right, title, in
teresi or .state in and to sa'd real
i -tale or any part thereof, and fop such
otlur am: further relief as to the court
ma v seem just and equitable.
You and each of you are further
notified vou are required to answer
said petition ori or before Monday, the
'.l.d d.iv of November. 1 ! J I.
1 1 1 :n k y m i : i i :.i i i : ; i : n.
C. A. PAWLS,
oll-iv,-. His Attorney
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S! ; to of N
4 It cm roiss
hi;. ska, Cass
Taken up, on the farm of Herman
C- Iloss. three miles north of I'nion.
one estimated four year old Pteer of
the Herford breed, and having the
following marks and brands: "CK"
on left shoulder: "!' on left hip
and "TL" on back. Weight about
200 pounds and in very fair coin'.i
ion. Owner c;;n havo same by prov
ing property, paying damages ;nia
ol4-::w IIKKMAN C. liOSS.
i.i:i;i, Mint k
ollce on-l!cilcu llefemlriiit
To .-'ilas I Inf.', I 'eft nd.. lit :
Von will take noli-e that on tl
:th .l.iv of tictoi.er. P'i'ii. the plaintiff
1.. t in. Mrs. A. C. Hun, til, .1 her pit
tion in ti e Iq.-tii- t i ourt of ( ass coun
ty. Nebia.-ka. against said defendant
Sihis Puff, the object and praver of
which are to foreclose a certain tax
eirtilieate duly issue I to the plaintiff
on the tth iav of November. 1 :!. b
the treasurer of Cass count v. N'.brask;
for the taxis dm; and delinquent on
I.ots and ;:;:: In the Villat.
of I.nuisville. Nebraska, for the sum
of $s.::v, and for the sum of $7.7 Mil
sequent taxes paid dtirinur the yet-
P'ls and x.O subsequent taxes paid
by plait, tiff for the year P.U'.
That the ahoy.- described real estat
For a Disordered Stomach
When the stomach fails to perform
its functions the bowels become le-
ipged, the liver and kidneys con
gested, i ne important ming is to
restore the stomach and liver to a
healthy condition and for this pur
pose Chamberlain's Tablets are ex
cellent. Give them a trial. They
onlv cost a quarter.
be eha rued
with l: u f u I i tit e!'e
j phi i I! t i ff be a wa rdi
I of. and that, equjt'.
jail oth. r int ci . s t s
I Silas Huff be fore
H..sc.l. and that :
s.ld to satisfy the
dee thereon, and I
Von are requir
Petition on or hef
Hated this 11th day o
the above amount
t thcicon. and that
I foreclosure ther
of redemption and
of the defendant
r barred and fmr
lid real estate 1"
amount of the lien
r such other eq U
see r. u
need insurance of any kind
Kgenberger. agent for till
life, fire, health and acci-
Package on road somewhere be
tween Plattsmouth and Murray, con
tained ladies hat as well as knit doi!b'
and ?l paper bill. Finder please re
turn to Mrs. T. K. Fulton, Xehawka,
nd receive reward. Call phone :!!,
N'ehawka. 27 21 d 2tv.
Gash Carry Grocer
Carry Your Groceries;
Pay Cash and
A 1 1 v.
f i letoher
da nt :
I'ml i lav -wood.
heiebv notified that on the
f July, 1 !:!, Sarah Iv Pnder
iintif:, filed her petition and
d an action against you ii.
idstrict ourt if Cess county. Ne
ka. the object and prayer of which
to obtain an absolute divorce from
you on the ground of extreme cruelty,
without provocation or fault upon the
part of the plaintiff.
Vnil ate icquestcd to answer said
petition on or before the Jl'th day of
November. i:i"u. y
S.l;.l K. rNDKUWOOp,
o7- I w. Plai n t i IT.
Read the Journal.
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split peas 30f t
A-l navy beans 5(V '
'cracked hominy 25 f ;
lima beans 35
Scotch green peas 25c
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lb. pkg. buckwheat flour 40
lb. pkg. pancake floiir 40f
gallon Karo symp 98c1
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2 uancui xiaro syrup
gal. Wedding Breakfast syrup
Special price $1.00
72 gallon Wedding Breakfast
syrup for 60c
qt. can Log Cabin maple syrup70f
I STILL HAVE A LOT OF
They go at 7 cans for $1.00
E. P. L
South Sixth Street
() M K women
that there are two
ways to care for
clothes. They are
learning to take
care of them.
It is quite auiannerly thingto take
care of your clothes investment and
protect it Ui to the limit. Having
your clothes carefully dry cleaned
will improve their wear and help to
prolong the life of their stylish lines.
Clettin"; acquainted with our work
means fretting in touch with a real
money saving service.
Goods Called for and Delivered
( 'ollllt V
' Jie ma 1 1 er
the ( r, ,!jlo
"II a ! hereby
I the estate of Sarah
r: of said estate;
notitied. That I will
.'it a: the County (.'ourt room in Platts
mouth in said county, oji the 1 lit It day
of November. . . pii'U. atid on the
l"l!i day of I'td.rua ry. A. 1 1. Pn't. at 10
o'clock a. m. aeh day to receive and
examine all claims aiinst said estate.
with a view to their adjustment and
allowance. The time limited for the
presentation of claims against said
state js three months from the HUh
d:t v of November, A. I . iaji
time limited for pnyinfnt of
one year from said Itith day
vein her. P.i.'').
Witness my hand si ml the
said iVumtv Court this Hth
AI.I.KN .1. PKKSoN.
(Seal! oll-lw. c'ounty .ludri
rnTTT i i i i
Lai.' K-i. 1
iton 1 1:
lilt of '
l n tie i on ti t y t "ii i t 1 I a
In the matter of the estat-
tol Alley, deceased.
To all persons interested ill the es
tate of Sair.m! Alley, deceased:
You are hereby notiried that on this,
the i::th day of October. ll'-'U, the peti
tion of Mark White was tiled in this
Court allein'-r that on.2 Samuel Alley,
late a resident and inhabitant of Ci:ss
county. Nebraska, departed this life at
Pock Illuffs. in said county, on 1 lecem
ber 1'iul. 1 ".-, lea vino: an estate to be
administered and a Last Will and Tes
tament disposing of same, which is
now on lile herein, and which was ad
mitted to probate in this court on the
Mil dav of January, ISTfi. before Wni.
II. Newell, then County Judure of said
county, as shown by an order entered
m pane L'l't of Kntrv T!o.k "li a rec
ord of said court, but that by ovc
sitrht or omission. the said minty
Iiiile failed to endorse his certificate
of probate thereon, as required by law.
to entitle said instrument to be read
in evidence of title to real estate, and
prayiiifV that said instrument ne aiiow-
1. established, proliatcl and aulben-
I Hated, as reipiireit by law.
Vou are further notified that said
petition and proofs thereon will be
oard at the ounty ourt room m
Maltsmoiith, in Cass county, Nebraska.
on the l.itli nay ot rsovemner, in
nine o clock in the forenoon, at whieji
time 'ail persons interested may appear
Hid contest the same, and unless ob
jections are tiled on or before said
lay and hour of hearin.tr. the Court
may frrant tne prayer or sum pennon.
liated October i:;. Pi'JO.
ALLKN J. Bi:i:SON,
oll-Sw. County JuJjje.
Look! Let me. give you an estimate on
painting your car.
THOS. L. EV1ILLIER,
6th and Pearl Street, Plattsmoutb, Neb.
I ru ry
about the t;th day of
I he nlaiiitiif filed her
Oltlll.lt OK IIK.ItlCi
un PelKlon fur Appoliilmen of
AilmiuiM ml or
The Slate of Nebraska, Cass coun
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Kni-
liinr K. i;eece, ne'easeo.
n reading and tiiin the petition of
Sadie Keoie, .Miniir Ji. i;eece ami
hillp ft. Pceco prnyinur that adminis
tration ol said estate may ie granuMi
to Sadie 10. Peece and Arthur 1. Jleece
Ordered. That November PJtli. A. U.
KH'O,- at 10 o clock a. in., is assigned
for hearinp: said petition, wnen an
persons Intereslea in mini matter may
Hppcur at a. County Court to be held
in and for said couiovy, ana snow cause
why the prayer ojr petitioner should
not le granted: atid that notice of the
pendency of said petition jnd t lie hear-
nsr thereof be Riven to all persons in
terested in Faicl matter uy luiniisnint;
copy of this order in the Plattsmouth
Journal. a semi-weekly newspaper
orinted in said county, for tliree suc-
essive weeks, pi ior to said lay ot
Dated October P. P.'n.
AL.L.EX J. nEKSOX.
(Seal) olS-.;w. county jmige.
That on or
October, 1 u 1 :.
petition in the District Court of Cass
county, Nebraska, and the above nam
ed defendants are hereby notified that
unless they answer within thirtv davs
"f the completed service of this notice,
exclusive of the day of such service,
the petition of said Plaintiff tiled
apralnst them in the Clerk's office of
said Court, such petition will be taken
as true and judgment rendered ac
cordingly. M. DPURV,
K. I.. PKUKY,
"U-? Her Attorney.
but I do intend to see that he does
not fool the American people on one
of the greatest issues in the history
of our country," the Rovernor said.
Before leaving Cincinnati, Cox
made a statement on the death of
"MacSwiney dies as a martyr to
his cause," he said.
STSWINEY DIED A
MARTYR. COX SAYS
En Koute With Governor Cox.
Middletown, O., Oct. 27. Governor
James .M. Cox today "came back" to
Middletowrn. the, little ciy where
about thirty-live years ago he was a
cub reporter and a high school stu
dent. Cox is attacking Senator Harding
more sharply than ever.
Cox charges the republican candi
date "i.s trying to get the presi
dency under false pretenses."
"I am not particular whether Sen
ator Harding fools Johnson or Taft,
Serious Results from Colds
Colds not only cause a tremendous
financial loss but are also a serious
injury to every one who contracts
them as they lower the vitality and
prepare the system for the more ser
ious diseases. It is not at all un
usual for people who have serious
lung trouble to say, "I had a hard
cold last winter." Why not take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and
cure your cold while you can.
Willis-Knight Overland, 4-cylin-der,
4 5 horsepower. Good condition.
Fof particulars see F. G. Egenberger.
If it's in the stationery line,
at the Journal office.
In the District Couit of Cass coun
" M. Dt-urv, riaintiff. ys.
Stoll: H. J. Stoll; YVm. F.
I The object of the above
tion in which a summons
Kropp. De- i
upii Henry .i. Mini, ii. .i. muii
F. Kroop. and all person un
known who may have or -;laini to have
'anv right, title or interest in and to
the North half of the Northwest tji.f.r
ter (X XV4 of Section t o ("-'),
Townshfp ten U0. Range twelve (12).
Cass county, Xebraska, is the fore
closurer of Tax Certificates Xo. 4616
67 HEAD OF BIG TYPE
Sired by Orange Model, Big Tesse, M. Ks Big Won
der, Criterion and Progre3sor.
TO BE HELD
Wednesday, Nov. 3rd
at Frank Anderson's sale pavillion,
Pacific Junction, Iowa
Sale to Begin at 1:30 P. M.
Terms Eight months at eight per cent.
BOYLE BROS, and 19. K. MOORE
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