The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, January 10, 1921, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4
PAGE FOTJS imm-m i r r - - Che plattsmouth louynal PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKI.Y AT PLATTS1I0UTH, NEBRASKA Entered at Postoffice. Plattsmouth, Neb., as second-class mail matter R. A. BATES, Publisher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE "Thou shalt not kill," also applied to time. o:o The greatest of all political bnssc3 lb prejudice. :o: . . Everything seems to have a limit, but stupidity. to. A New York department store runs an elevator for men only. :o: Home rule in Ireland is far from being as popular as home brew in America. :o: A man's shady past will not ben cflt him much in the good old sum mer time. -:o: Italy has some l.soo.uuu lemon trees, which produce 81,200,000 lem ons a year. . :o: The state of Washington has the highest available waterpower 9. 600.000,000. There are 659 railroads in the United States that are less than 100 miles in length. . -o:o- A great many motor cars are driv en with horns and a very small amount of brains. :o: Did you ever notice what a lot of friends you haven't got when you happen to need them? :o: The modern Puritans arc doing everything in their power to make this a happy blue year. :o:- The 4th of March this year comes on Friday another bad omen for the new administration. :o: Five women were elected to the lower house of the Conneticut legis lature at the last election. :o: British India, Egypt and the Unit ed States produce from 80 to S5 per cent of the world's cotton. o:o Well, we have finished with the turkey hash at our house. How is it going In your household? -o:o Europe's jobless kings will never be rich again until they discover the possibilities of American vaudeville. :o: Robbed in the heart of New York," says a newspaper headline. All wrong. New York has no heaj-t. ;o: a The government Is encouraging-in Alaska the development of crops adapted to the short growing sea eon. -:o: Indications are that it will soon be necessary to put on extra trains to carry leading minds into Marion, Ohio. o:o It didn't sound well to John Dull when he heard that Uncle Sam is preparing to build the biggest navy afloat. :o: - Congress continues to worry about the poor farmer and leaves the still poorer consumers to shift for them selves. :o:- Mrs. Grace B. Lampshire was, elected mayor of Burns. Ore., withr out knowing she was even being vot ed for. :o: D'Annunzio Is said to be heading for Ireland. He will find that the revolution in that country is no com ic opera affair. o:o "Save your money and defeat the Tent hog." advises a headline. But suppose the rent hog discovers he isn't-getting it all? :o: The best way to practice economy Is by being economical. With a wo man in the cabinet the men will have less to say. Bad Colds WET, stormy weather, ex posure, sniffles, and the heavy col4 is cn. Dr. King's New Discovery breaks it up quickly and pleasantly. Head cleaned up, cough relieved and you feel better. At your druggists, 60c and $L20abottlo. For colds an&CQTightf New Discovery Bowels Begging for Help? Dr. King'd Pills wiil bring you the happiness of regular, normal bowels and liver functioning. Kep feeling fit and ridy for work or play. Mild and comfortable to take but always reliable. Same old price, 25 cents. prcumpf Grip m tffs Fills . To reduce overhead expenses some borrow umbrellas. o:o It seems that 1920 was a bad year for all kinds of leagues. o:o It is a wise automobile these days that knows its own owner. :o: God supplies a finer brand of com-nvas plexiou than the drug store. o: The days are growing longer, but not fast enough to notice it. :o: - The man who invented cigarette got his idea from a polecat. :o: Nature, in producing one great man, throws in a million boobs. :o: Marion (Ohio) has a murder mys tery. Wants to stay on the map. :o: The way they are picking them Harding will need a double cabinet. :o:- Victor Berger thinks the woman defeated him. Score one for suf frage. :o: No draft is needed to mobilize the army of office seekers headed toward Washington. :o: One of the hardest things to pay for is one's share in a joy ride that, ends in a ditch. i :o: There used to be light and dark brew and now it looks very dark for any kind of brew. o:o This is no time for foolish exper iments in government, city, country, state or national. v :o: "Normalcy" is shown in the way "situation wanted" ads are catching up with the "help wanted" ads. :o: The price of ships is slumping, says the Chicago Daily News. Now is the time to do your ship shopping. :o: The United States will soon send another ship load of raw material to Russia. But it is not exactly the kind she asks for. :o: When Senator Penrose spoke out. in opposition to the"emergency tariff bill he sounded the death knell of that measure. :o: When you ask a girl for her hand it logically follows that eventually her cold feet will be planted in the middle of your back. :o: If there had been an Anti-Saloon League at the beginning of things the Lord would never have created grains and vegetables that can be distilled or fermented. :o; . Of course the ever-adorable sex will be delighted to learn of a big reduction in the price of furs, even though they will not need any be fore next winter. :o: A Georgia woman, frightened by a rat croKsing the road, wrecked the automobile she was driving. The average man does not wreck his car until he commences to see snakes. :o: Knickerbockers for women are be ing proposed in fashionable circles. Don't do it. girls. If there is any thing more painful to look at than a man in trousers it is a woman in trou sers. ' -:o: Plans to make the inauguration of Harding a dazzling event do not give the slightest thrill. The peo pie do not want to be dazzled. They are tired of being dazzled, and also razzle-dazzled. :o: Then, too, this awful shortage of homes in America is a bad thing for the bedbugs. It is estimated that there are at least upteen million bed bugs in this country who have no beds to live in. :o; This business of shooting baudits, robbers, and other criminals, is get ting so common throughout the country that an Association of Jour neymen Highway will have to be or ganized in self-defense. :o:- Now and then you find a woman who is so generous to her husband that she lets him have enough out of the weekly pay envelope to buy some thread she wants for a piece of em broidery she is working on. o:.o Germany is said to be consuming more champagne than ever before, and at the same time the relief or ganizations are making piteous ap peals for food. Why worry about food when wine is plentiful? :o: America's foremost scientists are holding a convention in Chicago. If they will form a satisfactory answer to the question, "why in Chicago?" it will be received with much inter est by the rest of the country. :o: "Why should the government pay the salaries of private secretaries for members of congress?" asks a con temporary. Well, one reason Is that a congressman ought to have some body around who knows how to read and write. :o: A Chicago restaurant keeper col lected $55,000 from his patrons on promises that he would -plentifully supply them with booze for the New Year celebration, and then disap peared. The credulty of the- aver age man where liquor is concerned is simply amazing. BM - - Our idea of an outrageous waste of money by an organization usually quite economical is for the Associ ated Press to pay cable tolls on a 500-word message about a tennis championship contest in Australia. The event is Just about as interest ing to us as a checker game in Tim bucktoo. o:o Gen. von Hoffman, a typical Ger man militarist, minus me worm should Join in a movement to sup press Bolshevism by force. Appar ently the war taught the German militarists nothing, Bolshevism is an idea. Whether it Is a good Idaa. or a baa one-ooes not matter, u is still an idea. An idea cannot be sur- Dassed by any army. It has been tried many times, and it has always failed. rto: LOCAL NEWS From Saturday's Dally. A. rt. Fornofffcf near Cedar Creek, n the city today for a few hours attending to some matters of business with the merchants. Mrs. Jack Patterson and little son, of Union, were among those going to Omaha this morning to visit for the day in that city with friends. George W. Snyder was among those going to Omaha this morning where he was called to spend a few nours attending to some matters or busi ness. Miss Marie Kaufmann was among those going to Omaha this morning, where she is taking up some special school work on Saturday of each week. F. A. Tripp, of Hastings, Nebraska, brother of Mrs. C. E. Pratt of this city, arrived this afternoon ror a short visit here with his sister ana family. William Stewart, of St. Joseph, Missouri, came in this fternoon for a visit here at the home of his father-in-law, Hon. W. H. Newell and fam ily for a few days. John Fight and wife were among those going to Omaha this morning, where they will spend Sunday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Thomas Sullivan and family. Simon Gruber, Frank Meade and G. F. Wolfe, all of Union, were in the city yesterday for" a few hours looking after some matters or busi ness and calling on their friends in the county seat. Mrs. C. L. Creamer and Mrs. Ed ward Creamer were among those go ing to Omaha this morning where they will visit with Edward Creamer at the hospital, where ho is under going an operation on his tonsils. STILL SEEKING AH). The campaign for clothing sup plies for the needy of the near east is beinK continued by the D. A. R. chapter of this city who have their box at the omce or tne Lincoln leie nhone.& Telegraph company and anv nno who has anv articles of clothing may donate them by call ing at that place and , leaving the Hothinz which will be devoted to the good cause. HAPPYWOMEN Plenty of Them, in Plattsmouth, and Good Reason for It. Wouldn't any woman be happy? After years of backache suffering, Days of misery, nights or unrest. The distress of urinary troubles, When she finds freedom? Manv readers will profit by the following. Mrs. Jos. Altman. of 327 Chicago avenue. Plattsmouth, says: "I had an attack of the 'flu' a year ago and it left my back in a weak and tired condition. My kidneys were weak, too. Sometimes I could hardly bend over while about my housework on account of the sharp stitches in the small of my back and through my kidneys. I felt weak all over. I had heard so much about Doan's Kidney Pills helping other people who had been troubled as I was, I tried them with the best of results. The one box from Fricke & Company's drug store was all I had to use and I have not had' a sign of any kidney trouble since. I think Doan's are fine for such ailments as I had." Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Altman had. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Gash Garry Grocor Carry Your Groceries; Pay Cash and Save Money buy 1 gal. Karo Maple Syrup $1.45 12 gl. Karo Maple Syrup .80 1 2-lb. can Karo Maple Syrup .28 The best Coffee in town, per lb. .39 New York Baldwin Apples, per pemk li' 1 qt. Sweet Cider 4 lbs. Aunt Jemima flour, 10 bars Pearl White Soap 10 bars Electric Spark Soap 19 oz. Jar Pure Fruit Preserves 1 lb. best Bulk Coco .48 .15 .55 .50 .60 .35 .35 1 gal. can Peaches or Apricots .85 I am closing- out my line of winter underwear at a bargain while they last. E. PLUT2 South Sixth Street Plattsmouth PLATTSMOUTH SElH-WEEgL'g JOURNAL PUBLIC SALES. W. R. Young, the Cass county auc tioneer, is announcing the following sales throughout this portion of Iowa and Nebraska. Mr. Young has had great success in. his chosen line of work and has secured some splendid results both for the persons holding the sale and in getting some good bargains for the purchasers. Jan. 15 Frank Anderson, Poland China, Pacific Junction. Jan. 17 J. Nelson, Wyoming. Jan. 18 Wm. Wood, Nebraska City Jan. 21 Edgar Morton, Union. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 22 J. S. Rough, Nehawna. 24 Richter Bros., Murray. 25 Geo. II. Stoner. Mynard. 26 Wm. Krager, Mynard. 27 O. Pollock, Hampshire sale, Fremont. Jan. 28-29 J. A. Middleton, Du roc sale, Brunswick. t Jan. 30 Chris Murray? Mynard. Feb. 1 Joe Youngquist, Avoca. Feb. Dunbar. Feb. Feb. Feb. ray. Feb. Water. Feb. Feb. Wm. J. Worth, Duroc, 3 Henry Iteuter, Dunbar. 4 ora Davis, Murray. 5 Engelkemier Bros., Miir- 7 J. C. Loveless, Weeping S Wm. Schwalm, Louisville 9 Chilcott Bros., Hamp shire, Wisner. Feb. 10 Andy Loveless, Union. Feb. 11 Carl Schroder, Hamp shire sale, Avoca. Feb. 11 Pollard Bros., Hampshire sale, at night. Feb. 12 Ray Pollard, Hampshire sale. Nehawka. Feb. 14 T. Krohel, Nebraska City Feb. 15 Simon Gruber sale c all personal property and his 234 acres of land two miles west and one mile north of Union, at public auction. Feb. IS S. Ray Smith, Mynard. Feb. 17 Phil Becker,-at 9:30 a. m.. sharp, piattsmoum. Feb. 17 Shaffer Bros., Duroc sale 1:30 p. m., Nehawka. Feb. 18 John Kunz, Otoe City. Feb. 19 A. O. Ramge, Poland China bred sow sale to be held in the Gochenour barn at Plattsmouth. Feb. 21 J. W. Tulene, Mynard. Feb. 22 F. T. Wilson. Murray. Feb. 23 Rudolph Heil, Cedar Creek. Feb. 24 Lingrcn & Nider, Hamp shire sale. Fairbury, Neb. Feb. 25 Theo Hendricks. Hamp shire sale. Diller, Neb. Feb. 28 J. Vallery. Jr.. Mynard. Mar. 5 A. C. Tulene, Platts mouth. CARD OF THANKS To the many kind friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted and comforted us during the illness and death of our beloved husband and brother and for the many beautiful tokens of flowers, we take this means of thauking one and all. Mrs. Louie Weber. Mr. John Weber. Mrs. Henry Thierolf and family. Bad Cold and Cough Cured by Cham berlain's Cough Remedy Several years ago C. D. Glass, Gar diner, Me., contracted a severe cold and cough. . He tried various medi cines, but instead of getting well he kept adding to it by contracting fresh colds. Nothing he had taken for it was of any permanent benefit until a druggist advised him to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. He says, "I was completely cured by this remedy and have since always turn ed to it when I had a cold and soon find relief." PUBLIC SALE! The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction, on the C. H. Boe deker farm 4 ys miles west, Vz mile north of Murray, and 1 mile west and 6 miles north of Nehawka, on Monday, January 24th, 1921, the fol lowing described property, to-wit: Sale commencing at 10:00 a .m. Horses 1 black team of horses, 6 and 7 years old. vt. 2900; 1 gray team of horses, 4 years old, wt. 2800; 1 sorrel team of horses, 3 years old, wt. 2400; 1 bay team of horses, 10 and 11 years old, wt. 3000; 1 gray horse, 12 years old, wt. 1400; 1 gray mare, 12 years old. wt. 1350; 1 bay mare, smooth mouth, wt. 1250; 1 bay horse, 2 years old; 1 bay horse, 1 year old; one bay mare, 2 years old. Farming Implements One set 1 1-3 inch harness, two sets 1 1-2 inch harness, three sets 1 3-4 inch har ness, one set buggy harness, o.ne sin gle harness, two farm wagons, one low wheel wagon, one John Deere wagon, onevbob sled, one topless bug gy, one top buggy, one hay rack, two three-row stalk cutters, one Janes ville disc, 16x16. two P. & O. wide tread listers, one Case two-row ma chine, one Overland riding cultiva tor, one John Deere riding cultiva tor, one Perfection riding cultivator, one Hummer riding cultivator, two tongueless cultivators, one McCor mick mower, one Johnston mower, one McCormick rake, one Deer ing binder (seven Coot), one Acme binder (6 foot), two John Deere stag gangs (12 inch), one walking plow (12 inch), one John Deere corn planter, one three-section harrow, one Van Brunt grain drill (12 disc), one Marseilles corn ele vator, one Newton fanning mill, one Victor feed grinder, one disc sharp ener, one tank heater, one single hole corn sheller. Cows Five cows, will be fresh soon; three bull calves, one year old; two heifer calves, one year old; one Shorthorn bull, three years old; three suckling calves. Oscar Nailor will serve lunch from his wagon on Ihc grounds. Terms: All accounts amounting to not over $10. cash.. Amounts exceeding-"' $10. four -months'' time' will be given with approved security at nine per cent interest. ItlCHTEH BROS. Owners. Col. W. It. Young. Auctioneer. W. G. Boedeker, Clerk. If vou keen a diary, you will be interested in knowing the Journal carries a good assortment this year. DEATH OF LOUIS WEBER AT CREIGHTON Former Cass County Man Passes Away at Home in the Northern Part of the State. The death of Louis Weber, at one time a resident of this county, oc curred at his home near Creighton, Neb., on Wednesday, December 29th, following an eight day illness due to bowel trouble, and during which Mr. Weber had suffered a great deal. Louis Weber was born in Hessen Darrastadt, Germany, February 1G. 1874. and-at the age of fourteen years he Joined the German Lutheran faith in his old home and continued active in the church work up to the time of his death. In the spring of 1890 he sailed from Germany for America to make his home in the fu ture. On arriving in the United States he came direct to l'latts nioutli, arriving op Juno 2, 1830, and continued to reside here until 1S99. when with his brothers, he removed to Knox county. Neb., and located on a tarm wnere ne nas since resmeu. On June 2, 1910, he was united in marriage to Miss Rosa Thierolf, who with two brothers, John Weber of Plainview and Peter Weber, residing in Germany. as well as two sisters residing in that country, are left to mourn the death of this good man. The funeral services were held on January 1st from the German Luth eran church at Creighton, and were conducted by Rev. George Obermier er. pastor of the church. The pall bearers were Jacob Horn, Henry. Falter. Louis Hoffart, George Doerr, John Schafer and Emil Ha i t stock, all old friends and neighbors. Those from out of town to attend the services were: Mr. and Mrs. William Gobleman of Louisville, Al bert Thierolf. Utica. Henry Thier olf. Cedar Creek. George M. Thierolf. and son, Benton, of Star. W. W. Mills of Meadow Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoifart, Mr. anil Mrs. Louis Hoffart. Henry Hoffart, Fred Ebinger, all of Plain view. HOLDS SESSION OF ENCAMPMENT Odd Fellows Confer Encampment De gree on Five Candidates and Also Install New Officers of Order L.ist evening the encampment of the local Odd Fellows lodge held a very interesting session at their lodge rooms and at which time the encamp ment degree was conferred on five candidates as well as the ceremony of the installation of the newly elect ed officers conducted by W. A. Torrey past district deputy grand patriarch. of Omaha. -. The candidates received into the mysteries of the encampment were Harry L. King, Harry Winscott, Rob ert Turner, T. B. Petersen, J. F. El liott, and the degree was conferred by the team of the encampment The officers installed by Mr. Tor- rev were as follows: C. P. H. T. Short. S. V- Sanford ". Short. II. P. Earl M. Short. J. W. Robert Moreland. Scribe J. II. Short. Treasurer II. F. Schandler. On behalf of the encampments of the district Mr. V. A. Torrey pre sented James II. Short with a hand some jeweled past district deputy badge in acknowledgment of his ex cellent services to the order during his term. At the conclusion of the regular lodge work a fine luncheon was serv ed in the banquet hall that complet ed the evening of profit and pleasure and the members departed homeward feeling that it was a privilege to be a member of this order. FOR SALE Light Brahma cockrels. Largest variety of domestic fowls. $3.00. Postoffice box 425, Plattsmouth. Tel ephone 381. 4t sw order oc hi:icin; on Petition for Aiipulntmrut of A tint in In trill or. Tin1 Stale of Nebraska, Cass coun ty, ss. In tin- County Court. In the matter of t lie estate of Alary C Cohorts, deceased. On reading and tiling tlie petition of Y. If. Newell praying that adminis tration of saiil estate may lie granted to J. J. l:olerts as administrator: Ordered, That January 31, A. 1 . 1921. at 10 o'clock a .in., is assigned for liearin. said petition, when all per sons interested in 5aid matter may ap pear at a 'ounty Court, to he held in and for said county, and show cause why tlie prayer of petitioner should not be granted, ami that notice of the pendency of said petition and the hear ing thereof he uven to all persons interested in said matter by publish ing a copv of this order in the I'latts moutli Journal, a semi-weekly news paper printed in said county. 1'or three successive weeks prior to said day of heariiip. Dated January 10, l!tjl. ALd.lOX J. HKI'OX. (Seal) jl'-:;w. County Ju1kc. oitm.K or iikahix. kii1 Notice on Petition for Srl tlvmrut f Areunl In the County Court of Cass coun ty. Nebraska. State Of Nebraska. Cass county, ss. To the heirs and all persons inter ested Jii tJti: estate of Klizabeth Harry, deceased: On rwHdiriK the petition or Aucust Mnr'li, administrator. prnyitiK a final settlement and allowance of his account filed in this Court on the .".th day of October. 19J0, and for distribution of the estate and determination of heir ship; It is lierebv ordered that you and all persona interested in sail matter mav, and do. appear at the County Court to be held in and for said Coun tv. on the lyth day of January, A. I. 1!L'1 ' at 10 o'clock a.'tTi.,.to show cause, if anv there tie, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted, and that notice of the pendency of said petition and the heaririK thereof be ariven to all persons interested in said matter liv publishing; a copy of this order in the I'la ItsmuoCi Journal, a semi-weekly newspaper printed in said county, for' one week prior to taid iluy of hearjng. , . . ALLIEN J- BKKSON. igeaU County Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The State of Nebraska, Cass coun ty, PS. In the County Court. In the matter of the estate of John Rergmann. deceased. To the creditors of said estate. You are hereby notified. That I will sit at the County Court room in Platts mouth in said county, on the 10th day of January. A. D. 19-' 1. and on the 11th dav of April. A. r. 1921. at ten o clock in "the forenoon of each day, to receive and examine all claims against said estate, with a view to their adjust mcnt and allowance. The time limited for the presentation of claims against said estate is three months from the 10th day of January, A. D. 1921. and the time limited for payment of debts i ono year from said 10th day ot January, A. L. 1921. . Witness mv hand and the seal of said County Court, this Sth day or De cember, 1920. . ALLEN J. BEESON. (Seal) County Judge. oiiDF.it to snow c:i sn In the District Court of Cass coun ty. Nebraska. . . - In the matter of the application or R. U. Windham, administrator, lor license to sell real estate. Now on this lSth day of December. . D. IOL'0, this cause came on ior hearing upon the petition, uner oatn of i:. ft. Windham, administrator or. the 'estate of Urafte Dc-n Windham, de ceased, pravinvr for license to sell the following described real estate of saiu t.race Den Windham, to-wit: Lot nine CO in Hlock five (T.) in the onsinai town of I'lattsmouth, Cass county. Nebraska, as the same is shown on the published and recorded plat thereof, or a sufficient amount thereof to bring the sum of 1 1,00.10 for the payment of debts allowed against said estate. and allowances and costs or aamims tration, for the reason that there is not a sufficient amount of personal propertv in the possession of said H. 15. Windham, administrator, belonging to said estate, to pay said debts, al lowances and costo. It is therefore ordered that all per sons interested in said estate appeal before me at chambers in the City of I'lattsmouth, in said county, on the .Ird dav of February. A. I. 19:21, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause, if any there be, why a license should not be granted to said It, B. Windham, administrator. to sell so much of the above described real es tate of said decedent an shall be neces sary to pav said debts and expenses. It is further ordered that a copy of this order bo served upon all persons interested in said estate by causing the same to be published once each week for four successive weeks in the I'lattsmouth Journal, a legal news paper printed, published and circul lating in said county of Cass, Ne braska. J A MISS T. TiKGMJV. Judge of the District Court of dO-lw Cass County, Nebraska LIOGAI. XOTICK To Raymond Theodorski, Theodorski. real name unknown (wife of Ravtnond Theodorski); Henry Thomas. Svlvia C. Thomas (wife of Henrv Thomas ; Anna C. Kyle. M. H Kv!e, reai name unknown (husband of Anna C. Kvle: W. W. Windham, trus tee for M." I Woodruff; M. L Wood ruff, real name unknown: Max Pre is: ('race Johnson. Johnson, real name unknown (husband of 5 race Johnson); .Martha Johnson, Johnson, real name unknown husband of Martha Johnson and the heirs, devisees, legatees, personal representa tives and all other persons interested in the estates of the following named persons, whose names are unknown, to-wit: Raymond Theodorski, Theodorski. r-al name unknown (wife of Raymond Theodorski); Henry Thomas. Sylvia C. Thomas (wife of Ur-nry Thomas): Anna C. Kyle, M. H. Kyle, real name unknown (husband of Anna C. Kvle): W. W. Windham, trus tee for M. R. Woodruff: M. L. Wood ruff, real name unknown: Max Rreis; Orace Johnson, Johnson, real name unknown (husband of Grace Johnson); Martha jDhnson Johnson, real name unknown (husband of Martha Johnson); Lot three hundred nine (309 Village of Louisville, as surveyed, platt-ed and recorded in Cass countv, Nebraska: and Lot six (6) and the south one (1) foot of Rot five (5), in Hlock four 4), in tlie Village of Alvo, as surveyed, platted and record id in Cass county. Nebraska: and Lots eleven (11) and twelve (11), Block two hundred twenty-one (121) in the City of I'lattsmouth, as surveyed, platted and recorded in Cass county, Nebraska; mid Rots one (1). two (J), three (3), four (1). live ( .". ) ;ind six (6) in RIock eighty-live (S.'i), in the City of Tlatts moutii, as surveyed, platted and re corded in Cass county, Nebraska: and all persons claiming any interest of any kind in said real estate or any part thereof: Vou and each of you are notified that on the th day of December, 1!)10, Harriett K. Wolfe, as plaintiff, filed her petition in the District Court in and for Cass county, Nebraska, and that you and each of you are parties defendant, the object of the action so brought being to foreclose four sepa rate tax certificates, covering the fol lowing d scribed parcels of real estate in Cass county, Nebraska, to-wit: Lot three hundred nine (309). Village of Louisville, as surveyed, platted and re corded in Cass county, Nebraska; and Lot six ) ami the south one (1) foot of Lot live (."), in Hlock four (4), in the Village of Alvo, as surveyed, plat tod and "recorded in Cass county, Ne braska; and Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), RIock two hundred twen-tv-one (221), in the City of Platts mouth, as surveyed, platted and re corded in Cass county, Nebraska, and Lots one (1), two (2), three (3), four (D. five (.") and six (6) in Block eighty-live (ST.) in the City of Platts mouth. as surveyed, platter! and re corded in Cass county, Nebraska; and that vou and each of you be fore closed of all title, claim, lien, right of redemption or other interest in said propertv or any part thereof, and that the pin mt i IT have such other and fur ther relief as she may be entitled to and to the Court may seem meet. You and each of you are required to answer this petition on or before the 21th dav of January, 1921. HARRIETT L WOLKK. By PlaintilB D. W. MLR ROW. r dtt-Uw. Her Attorney. OliDRK Of IIKAIUX; on Petition for Appointment of Administrator The State of Nebraska, Cass coun ty, rs. Jn the County Court. In the matter of the estate of Jo soph M. Roberts, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Kittie O. Roberts, praying that admin istration of said estate m;iy be granted to J. J. Roberts as Administrator; Ordered. That January .'list, A. I). l!).'l, at 10 o'clock a. m.. is assigned for hearing said petition, when all persons interested in said matter may appear at a County Court to be held in 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 hear ing Vhereof be given to all persons interested in said matter by publish ing a copy of this order in the Platts mouth Journal, a. semi-weekly news paper printed in said county, for three successive weeks prior to said dav of healing. Dated December "Oth, 1920. ALLLX J. BELSOX. (Seal) j-1-uW, County Judge. FOR SALE Rest of alfalfa hay. 578-W Call phone 2td. FOR SALE. Coru todder. Nice aud bright. ED RIPPLE. 2td MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1921. LEGAL NOTICE In the District Court of Cass coun- tyFrlnkraSR.a' Gobelman, Plaintiff, vs. William J Hvatt et al. Defendants. To the defendants. William 5 Hyatt, and leather Hyatt, his wife: unknown he rs devisees, lesateea, personal rep resentatives and all other persons ntlrJltedefn the estate of William J. Hyatt, deceased; unknown heirs devi sees legatees, personal representatives and alt other' persons interested In the estate of Esther Hyatt, deceased; Win. t Hvatt first and real name unknown; unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all other persons interested In th tate Wm. J Hyatt, deceased; Mrs. Wm. J. Hjatt, hi wife, first and real name unknown; unknown Heirs, devisees, legatees per sonal representatives and all other persons interested in the estate of Mrs. Wm. J. Hyatt, deceased; Esther Hvatt and Hyatt, her husband. first and real name unknown; un known heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives, and all other persons interested in the estate of Esther Hvatt. deceased; unknown heirs, devisees, "legatees, personal representa tives and all other persons interested In the estate of Hyatt, deceased; James IJ. Kennedy: unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, personal represen tatives and all other persons inter ested in the estate of James B. Ken nedy deceased; Ehud Turner and Mrs. 'Ehud Turner, his wife, first and real name unknown; unknown heirs, devisees legatees, personal representa tives and all other persons interested in the estate of Ehud Turner, deceased; unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all ''lf,r persons interested in the estate of Mrs. Ehud Turner, deceased; John Morten son; unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, personal representatives and all other persons interested in the estate of John Mortenson. deceased; Ellseueth Privett; .mknown heirF. devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all other persons interesieu in me moi uerl- Silas Cros- ser: unknown heirs, devisees, legatees. personal represenmn v.- aim on .mv. persons interested in the estate of Silas Crosser. deceased; Elizabeth Piuitt; unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, per sonal representatives and all other persons interested in the estate of Elizabeth Piuitt, decea-yd; the un known owners and unknown claim ants of Lots 9 and 10 in Block 8 in the City of Plattsmouth. Cass county. Nebraska; Lots 9 and 10 in Block 86 in the Citv of Plattsmouth. Cass coun tv Nebraska, and all persons claiming any interest of any kind in said reai estate or any part thereof: Vou and each of you are hereby notified that on the 18th day of De cember. 1920, plaintiff tiled his suit in the District Court of Cass county. Ne braska, the object and purpose, of which is to quiet and confirm plain tiff's title in and to Lots 9 and 10 in RIock 6. in the City of I'lattsmouth. Cas countv. 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 thereof, and to enjoin you and each of you from in any manner interfering with plaintiff's possession and enjoy ment of said premises and for equitable relief. This notice is given pursuant to an order of the Court. Vou are re quired to answer said petition on or before Monday,' the 31st day of Janu ary. 1921. or your default will he en tered therein. FRANK R. GOBELMAN. Plaintiff. TIDD & DUXBURV. di'0-lw. Attorneys. MtTK K TO 'IIKIITOHS The State of Nebraska, Ca.ss coun ty, ss. In the County Court. In the matter of the estate of James Shepherd, deceased. To the creditors of said estate: You are hereby notified. That I will sit at the court room 4n Plattsmouth in said county, on the 1st day of Febru arv. A. D. 1921. and on the 3rd day of May, A. I). 1921. at ten o'clock in the forenoon of each day. to receive and examine all claims against paid estate, with a view to their adjustment and allowance. The time limited for the presentation of claims against said es tate is three months from the 1st day of February, A. D. 1921, and the time limited for payment of debts i.-j one vear from said 1st day of February, A. I . 1921. Witness my hand and the seal of said County Court this 31st day of December, A. I . 19 20. ALLEN J. BEESON. (Seal) j.l-iw. County Judge. on oku of hi;ahi.; on Petition for Appointment of A dm in lot rat or. The State of Nebraska, Cass coun ty. SrS. In the County Court. In the matter of the estate of Henry Hirz, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Philip J. Hirz praying that adminis tration of said estate may be granted to himself as administrator; Ordered. That January 29th, A. I). 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m.. Is assigned for hearing said petition, when all persona interested in said matter may appear at a County Court to he held In and for said county, and show cause why the prayer of petitioner should not be granted: and that notice of the pen dency of said petition and the hear ing thereof be given to all persons interested in said matter hy publishing a copy of this order in the Plattsmouth Journal, a semi-weekly newspaper printed in said county for three suc cessive weeks, prior to said day of hearing. Dated December 27th. 1920. ALLEN J. BEESON. County Judge. CI1AS. E. MARTIN. d::o-::w. Attorney. TSiOTIt'K OF IIF.AHlMi u 'elition for Detrrniinnt lo V f HrlrMhlp. Estate of Katharine Hirz, deceased, in the County Court of Casa county, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, To all per sons interested in said estate, rredl tors and heirs take notice, that Philip J. Hirz, whir is one of the helra of said deceased and interested in such, has filed his petition alleging that Katharine Hirz died intestate In Casa county, Nebraska, on or about the 2nd day of June, 1917. being a resident and inhabitant of the county and state aforesaid and the owner of the follow ing described real estate, to-wit: The southwest quarter fSWU) of Section eighteen (IS). Township twelve (12). Range thirteen (13), cast of the 6th P. M., Caaa coun ty, Nebraska, leaving as her sole and only heirs at law the following named persona, to wit: Henry Hirz (now deceased), her husband; Philip J. Hirz. a von, and Emma S. Hirz and Elizabeth K. Hirz. her daughters; that your petitioner is one of the heirs at law of said de cedent. Katharine Hirz, and as audi Is the owner ot an undivided two-ninths interest in and to said real estate; 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 fcate of Nebraska, and that the Court de termine who are the heirs of said de-i-eased their decree of kinship and the right of descent in the real prop--rt.y of which the deceased died seized which has been set for hearing on the iweniy-ninm nay of January. A. D 1921. at 10 o'clock a. tn. UUry' . u-i. hi ! ociock a. tn. Dated at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, i l7e'ioSfcVentl day o; Member. this A. ALLEN J. CHAS. F.. BEESOK. ' County JudxeT MARTIN. (Seal) dJO-? Attorney. Not so many people keep diarieg, but for those who do, the Journal has secured an assortment cf the well-known "Standard" line, which are now on sale.