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THTTRSDA?, ATTGTTST 31, 1922.
PAGE FOUR
nATTSHOITTH SEH2 - Wl
Cbe plattsmouth lournal
PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEXLY AT
Entered at rostoffice. Plattsmouth.
R. A. BATES, Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION PEICE $2.00
ESAU'S TWO WIVES
And Esau was forty years old
when he took to wife Judith the
daughter of Beeri the Hittite, and
Bashemith the daughter of Elon the
Hittite: which were a grief of mind
unto Isaac and to Rebekah. Gene
Eis xxvi, 34 and 35.
-:o:-
The best bet is the one that is
never made.
:o: :
Japan announces it is evacuating
Vladivostok. What, again?
o:o
We wonder if Europe really wants
to get on her own feet or Uncle
Sam's?
o;o
Only a few more days and school
will open. When do we have the
first school play?
, :o:
Toland will borrow Harvard's gi-
anjt telescope. She may be looking
for the German money.
-:o:-
A mark, a ruble or a kroner stur
dy values still surround the dollar
and the sterling pound.
-:o:-
This is the time of the year when
It seems lots easier for restaurants
to serve their drinking water cold.
The healing processes of peace
have gone so far that it i3 no longer
.considered good form to talk about
cooties.
:o:-
The chief difference between the
Turkish atrocities and the Ilcrrin
massacre is that soiue times the
Turks are punished.
rot
One cannot help sympathizing
with a president who has two big
strikes and one republican congress
on his hands at once.
:o:
The 1ove.storjrtjat breaks off he-.
foreQ reaches the altar is usually
the most interesting to the neighbors
much as they enjoy a wedding.
:o:-
The doctor says that the people
do not drink enough wate, and
there seems to be no way to make
them drink it, except to prohibit it.
-:o:-
Those counterfeiters in Kansas
seem to be going to a good deal of
trouble to make bad money in a
state where good money is so plenti
ful. Well, we don't suppose there's
much danger from the communist
party in America so long as they
have to hold their conventions out
In the woods.
:o:-
Margot Aquith still maintains
that Americans have too much mon
ey. a condition that will be done
away with if the English lecturers
have their way.
:o:
An older married man gives this
advice to the younger ones: "Many
a man ha3 gotten rich through for
getting to bring home what his wife
told him to bring."
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The inventor of the safety pin
left an estate valued at $1,000,000.
He deserved it all, and more bach
elors, from birth on, simply can't get
any comfort out of the other sort.
:o:
Wealthy Americans are leasing
small islands where they can store
liquor and guzzle to their heart's
content. This information from Sir
Harry Cordeaux, governor general of
the Bahamas.
Congress is confident it can pass a
bonus bill ever the president's veto.
but it is not so confident it can get
It by the November election when
the country finds it contains no pro
vision for paying it.
:o:
All German farmers arc ordered by
the Reichstag to turn over the gov
ernment a fourth of this year's grain
crops. The grain will be sold to the
poor at a third of market price. Ger
many Is wise enough to look after its
own unfortunates. In America, char
ity begins away from home.
:o:
Young James Marchesanl. arrest
ed for throwing stones at a house in
West Hoboken, N. J., must serve an
hour a day in jail for 90 days. This
installment plan system of prison
sentence might be applied in numer
ous cases. Agony is more i fTective
when prolonged In small doses over a
long time than when administered
In one short dose. It might do won
ders with auto speeders.
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PLATTS3I0UTH, NEBRASKA
Neb., aa aecond-class mall matter
FES. YEAE IN ADVANCE
American export trade is 59 per
cent lartrer than before the war. So
j reports the Department of Commerce
j Moneyis used as the measure, how
ever. Actual tonnage of shipments
has not changed much. When most
of us think we are watching the
course of foreign trade, we are real
ly watching the course of prices.
:o:
It costs 55 per cent more to live
now than in 1911, says the foremost
price expert, the National Industry
Conference board. If you have a rec
ord of what you made in 1914, com
pare it with what you are making
now. If the gain is less than 55 per
cent, you have lost financially. All
on the law of averages, of course
Natural Increase of earning power
as a result of experience, also good
or bad luck, nay disturb the work
ings of the law of averages in in
dividual cases:
:o:
A CLEVER TRICK
Every once in a while the house
wives of Plattsmouth are summoned
to their front doors to meet a plaus
ible, smoth-tonguedv salesman who de
sires to exhibit "non-rip" and "file
proof" hosiery.
It is astonishing to see this young
man rip a nail file along the weave
of a silk stocking without tearing
the silk of extra fine quality.
But there's nothing to It, ladles.
You could do the same trick yourself
on any pair of stockings you may
have in your house, no matter how
cheap and flimsy.
For it Is a trick only that and
nothing mre. and the young man
vho 13 offering you "file-proof"
hosiery invariably charges you more
than you would pay for the same;
quality of hosiery in one of the local
stores.
Ju8t stick the file point between
the silk" threads and nothing will
break. A little practice, and you can
perform the trick quite as cleverly
as the salesman. r
The real test of silk stockings is
the freshness, quality and fineness of
the silk. Nothing else will suffice.
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CANCELLATION OF DEBTS
Some Wall street bankers, notor
iously generous with other people's
money, second the motion about Un
cle Sam cancelling the loans he made
to Europe. See behind the scenes.
In addition to these government
loans, Europe owes private Ameri
cans somewhere betwen three and six
biilion dollars. Part of this sum,
known as "the unfunded credit bal
ance," represents the sale of export
ed goods that haven't been p'.id for.
Obviously, the transaction has been
financed through banks.
If Wall street is so keen about can
celling debts, it could practice what
it preaches by digging into its pock
ets and cancelling the unfunded
trade balance. That's a horse of a
different color, Rollo!
The fire began to burn the stick,
tho stick began to beat the dog, etc.
That's how a chain cancellation of
European debts would work out.
England would forgive France, we'd
forgive England and be left hold
ing the hot potato, and no one to
forgive us.
Such a cancellation, England rea
sons, would indue? France to pare
down her demands for German In
demnity. In the last analysis, the ef
fect would bo to make America pay
part of the German indemnity. And
there's something wo are not ready
to do. It is all right to forgive Ger
manp. if you feel that way about it.
but helping her pay the indemnity
is a different question.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The State of Nebraska. Cass coun
ty, ss.
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of
Henry F. Kropp, deceased.
To the creditors of said estate:
iou are hereby notified, that I
will sit at the County Court room
In Plattsmouth in said county, on
September 14. 1922. and December
14, 1922, at 10 o'clock a. m. each
day, ta receive and examine all
claims against said estate, with a
view to their adjustment and al
lowance. The time limited for pre
sentation of claims against said es
tate is thrre months from the 14th
day of September, A. D. 1922, and
the time limited for payment of
debts is one year from 6aid 14th day
of September, 1922.
Witness my hand and the seal of
;said County Court, this 7th day of
x ALLEN J. BEESON,
(Seal) al0-4w. County Judge,
EYE TOR SALE
Seed rye for sale, 80c per bushel.
Address W. II. Meisinger, R. F. D.
No. 2, Plattsmouth, or call phone
8720. a23-2wks,d&w
WANTED!
Housekeeper for a farm home.
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Would prefer lady wunoui c umre. .
write, stturew xv, o,
Plattsmouth, Neb. a28-4d,
SHERIFF'S SALE
The State of Nebraska, County of Corbely J. Hoover; Huldah Ann
Cass, ss. ' j Hoover; Warren Lacey; Mrs. War-
Notice i3 hereby given that by vir- 'ren Lacey, first real name unknown;
tue of an order issued by William James Lacy; Cultha A. Lacy; James
Weber, a justice of the peace. In and , II. Lacey; Cultha A. Lacey; Gran
for said Cass county, Nebraska, in vllle M. Ballord; Martha Ballord;
favor of the State of Nebraska, and Granville M. Ballard; Martha Bal-
against John H. Hanfe.lt and to me
rfirpctpfl. I will, at ten o clock a. m
on the 9th day of September, A. D.
1922, at the south door of the coun
ty court house, offer for sale at pub
lic auction one Buick automobile,
taken as the property of John H.
Hanfelt on said order. Sale will re
main open one hour.
iiu uptrn uuc uuui.
Dated this 17th day of August, A.
D 1922
C. D. QUINTON,
Sheriff of Cass County,
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Nebraska.
SHERIFF'S SALE
State of
Nebraska, County of
Cass, ss.
Bv vi'rtue of an Order of Sale
issued by James Robertson. Clerk of ran L rey ur reai unknown;
the District Court within and for ; James Lacy; Cultha A. Lacy; James
Cass county, Nebraska, and in pur- J H. Lacey : Cultha Lacey; Gran
.., r Aa t rf in' ville M. Ballord; Martha Ballord;
an actton therein pending, wnerein
Marine Commercial and Savings
Bank- is plaintiff and Forest D.
Clymer et al. are defendants, I will
at ten o'clock a m on the 11th
dav of 4Stember 1 D 1922 at
aa or tepiemoer, a. u. at
the south door of the court ftouse in:"-- - 4 ' mi- wUk to
.h rit rst T7aftrtth in Rairt ship twelve. (12) North, Range
county and state, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described property,
to-wit:
Lot numbered five (5) in the
southwest quarter (SW4 ) of
the northwest quarter (NWU)
of Section thirty-two. (32)
Township twelve (12) North,
Range nine (9) east of the 6th
P. M., in Cass county, Nebras
ka; also the west one-half
(W) of Lot fifteen (15) and
all cf Lots numbered sixteen
(16) to twenty, (20) inclusive,
in the Village of Greenwood,
Cass county,, Nebraska; also
Lots five (5T to eight, (8) in
elusive in Block nine, (9) in
Ryder's Addition to the Village
of Greenwood in Cass county,
Nebraska, except the north sev
enteen (17) feet of said Lot
eight (8) ; .-. . .
together with all the appurtenances
thereunto belonging to satisfy
plaintiff's Judgment in the sum of
$7,776.09 with interest and the costs
of said action, all as provided by
said order and decree.
Dated at Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
this 3rd day of August, A. D. 1922.
C. D. QUINTON,
Sheriff. Cass County,
Nebraska.
SHERIFF'S SALE
State of Nebraska, County of
Cass, ss.
By virtue of an Order of Sale
Issued by James Robertson, Clerk of
the District Court within and for
Cass count', Nebraska, -and to me
directed, I will on the 11th day of
September, A. D. 1922. at 10 o'clock
a. xn. of said day, at the south door
of the court house in Plattsmouth,
in said county, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash the
following property, to-wit:
The south half (S) of the
southwest quarter (SV4) of
Section three, (3) Township
eleven, (11) North, of Range
twelve, (12) East of the 6th
Principal Meridian
The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of John R. C.
Gregory and Phoebe A. Gregory et
al. defendants, to satisfy a Judgment
of said court recovered by The First
National Bank of Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, plaintiff, against said de
fendants. Plattsmouth, Nebraska, July 28,
A. D. 1922.
C. D. QUINTON,
Sheriff, Cass County,
Nebraska.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The State of Nebraska, Cass Coun
ty, ss.
In the county court.
In the matter of the estate
of
Thomas E. Parmele, deceased.
To the creditors of said estate:
You are hereby notified, that I
will sit at the county court room in
Plattsmouth, in said county, on the
2d day of September, A. D. 1922,
and on the 4th day December, A. D.
1922, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of each day, to receive and examine
all claims against said estate, with
a view to their adjustment and al
lowance. The time limited for the
presentation of claims against said
estate is three months from the 2d
day of September, A. D. 1922, and
the time limited tor payment of debts
is one year from said 2nd-day of
September, A. D. 1922.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said county court, this 31st day of
July, 1922.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) a3-4w County Judge
Pasture for Rent!
I have good pasture with run-
ning water for a few head of cat-
' tie on my my farm, two miles east
f M. 7 7 . ' -
ot Murray.
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Phone No. 1 Flattsmouth, Neb
NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE.
In the District Court Of Cass coun-
;ty, Nebraska.
i George A. Kaffenberger, plaintiff,
vs. Corbrey J. Hoover; Mrs. Corbrey
J. Hoover, first real name unknown;
John Belcer; Mrs. John Belcer, first
real name unknown; John Pelcer;
Margaret Pelcer; John Balzer; Mar
garetha Balzer; John Palrer; Mrs.
John Palzer, nrst real name un-
James J. Crabtree; Emily
Crabtree; James I. Crabtree; Mrs.
I james i. Crabtree, first real name-un
known; James Crabtree; Sarah Jane
Crabtree, Buell W. White; Mrs. Buell
W. White, first real name unknown:
.lard; L.ewis tianson; tora Han
son; Cory L. Hanson; the heirs, dev
isees, legatees, personal representa
tives and all other persons Interest
ed in the estates of Corbrey J. Hoov
er; Mrs. Corbrey J. Hoover, first
real name unknown; John Belcer;
Mrs. John Belcer, first real name
unknown; John Pelcer; Margaret
-
Pelcer; John Balzer; Margaretha
uaizer; jouu 1 uizer; mis. juiui
Palzer, first real name unknown;
James J. craotree; t,miiy crabtree;
James I. Crabtree; Mrs. James I.
Crabtree, first real name unknown;
James Crabtree: Sarah Jane Crab
tree; Buell W. White; Mrs. Buell W.
White, first real name unknown;
Corbely J. Hoover; Huldah Ann
'Hoover; Warren 'Lacey; Mrs War-
Granville ' M. Ballard; Martha Bal-j
lard ; Lewis Hanson; Cora l. Han-,
- son ; Cory L Hanson ,, each deceased,,
' real names unknown; and all per-
80113 having or claiming any inter-
- Jn the southwest quarter (SW?4):
canltnn ttrontv.rmir f9i tvvti-1
twelve. (12) East of the 6th P. M.,
in the County of Cass, Nebraska,
real names unknown, defendants.
To the defendants Corbrey J.
Hoover; Mrs. Corbrey J. Hoover,
first real name unknown; John Bel
cer; Mrs. John Belcer; first realj
name unknown; John Pelcer; Mar-i
garet Pelcer; John Balzer; Margar-J
etha Balzer; John Palzer; Mrs. John
Palzer, first real name unknown;
James J. Crabtree; Emily Crabtree;
James I. Crabtree 5 Mrs. James I.
Crabtree. first real name unknown;
James Crabtree; Sarah Jane Crab
tree; Buell W. White; Mrs. Buell
W. White, first real name unknown;
Corbely J. Hoover; Huldah Ann
Hoover; Warran Lacey; Mrs. War
ran Lacey, first real name unknown;
James Lacy; Cultha 'A. Lacy; James
H. Lacey; CuUha. A. Lacey; Gran
ville M. Ballord; Martha Ballord;
Granville M. Ballard ' Martha Bal
lard; Lewis Hanson;. Cora L. Han
son: Cory L. Hanson; .the heirs,
devisees, legatees, personal represen
tatives and all other persons inter
ested In the estates of Corbrey J.
Hoover; Mrs. Corbrey J. Hoover, first
real name unknown; John Belcer;
Mrs. John Belcer, first real name un
known; John Pelcer.; Margaret Pel
cer; John Balzer; Margaretha Balz
er; John Palzer; Mrs. John Palzer,
first real name unknown; James J.
Crabtree; Emily Crabtree; James I.
Crabtree; Mrs. James I. Crabtree,
first real name unknown; James
Crabtree; Sarah Jane Crabtree;
Buell W. White; Mrs. Buell W.
White, first real name unknown;
Corbely J. Hoover; Huldah Ann
Hoover; Warran Lacey; Mrs. War
ran Lacey, first real name unknown;
James Lacy; Cultha A. Lacy; James
H. Lacey; Cultha A. Lacey; Gran
ville M. Ballord; Martha Ballord;
Granville M. Ballard; Martha Bal
lard; Lewis Hanson; Cora L. Han
son; Cory L. Hanson, each deceased,
real names unknown; and all per
sons having or claiming any interest
in the southwest quarter (SW) of
Section twenty-four, (24) Township
twelve, (12) North, Range twelve,
(12) East of the 6th P. M.. in the
County of Cass, Nebraska, real
names unknown:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that George A. Kaffenberger
as plaintiff, filed a petition and com
menced an action in the District
Court of Cass county, Nebraska, on
the 5th day of August, 1922, against
you and each of you, the object,
purpose and prayer of which is to
obtain a decree of Court quieting the
title to the southwest quarter
(SW4) of Section twenty-four,
(24) Township twelve, (12) North,
Range twelve, (12) East of the 6th
P. M., in the County of Cass, Ne
braska, 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
notified that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Mon
day, the lth day of September,
1922, or the allegations therein con
tained will be taken as true and a
decree will be rendered in favor of
plaintiff and against you and each
of you according to the prayer of
said petition.
Dated this 5th day of August, A.
D. 1922.
GEORGE A. KAFFENBERGER,
Plaintiff.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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SALESMEN WANTED
W na v $3fi 00 full time. 75c an
hour spare time selling hosiery guar-!
ahteed wear four months or replaced
free. 36 styles. Free samples to work
ers. Salary or 30 commission.
Good hosiery is an absolute neces
sity, you can sell It easily. Experi
ence unnecessary. Eagle knitting
Mills, Darby, Pa..
The best fctnalti are obtained from
1 . , . 11 ' ... t - - 1 - -
careiuuy written aa piaceu w.
4e ZV1 ? J' '
10I artutio "set-up." Don't neglect;
your advertising or compose it hm
I uciujr a jruu wuuiu Bc" uc
valae tot the money you expend.
NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
In the District Court of the Coun
ty of Cass, Nebraska.
Nebraska Gas & Electric Company,
a corporation, plaintiff, vs. John J.
Worley; Mrs. John J. Worley, first
real name unknown;
Ferry Company, a
Plattsmouth
Corporation;
Palmer, first
Emma Palmer;
real name unknown;
John Patter
son; Mrs. John Patterson, first real
name unknown; John Sharp, also
known as N. J. Sharp; Mrs. John
Sharp, also known as Mrs. N. J.
Sharp, first real name unknown;
Willis A- Sharp; Cora W. Sharp;
Clyde Palmer; Mrs. Clyde Palmer,
first real name unknown; Ada Field
ing; Thomas Fielding; Maud TacettI;
Charles TacettI; Charles Mickelwait;
Edith Mickel wait; William Mickel-
wait; Mrs. William Miekelwalt; Ann,
Mickelwait; Jennie Sharp, widow;!
Frank Sharp; Mrs. Frank Sharp,
first real name unknown; Joseph
Sharp; .Mrs. Joseph Sharp, first real
name unknown; Theodore Sharp;
Mrs. Theodore Sharp, first real name
unknown; The City of Plattsmouth,
Nebraska, a Corporation; The Coun
ty of Cass, Nebraska, a Corporation;
the heirs, devisees, legatees, person-
al reDresentatives and all other
persons interested in the estates of
John J. Worley; Mrs. John J. Wor -
ley. first real name unknown; Emma
Palmer; Palmer; first real
name unknown; John Patterson;
Mrs. John Patterson, first real name
unknown; Matilda Sharp; Joseph L.
Sharp; John Sharp, also known as.
:n. j. snarp; Mrs. jonn snarp, aiso
known as Mrs. N. J. Sharp, first
real name unknown; Thomas G.
Palmer; M. J. ralmer, also known
as Jane Palmer; Wheatley Mickel-
rjrSpSS' To the defendants William O.
er mS'S SK first relBent and "ife Mrs' WilHam ' Bent'
I ' viy ,f 'a first real name unknown; Mrs. Em-
t?h rhHJnrSSS:,y St- Laurent and husband
M e ? ' haw?f1,M!ckfflV Laurent, first real name unknown;
wait- Mrs wTmam Mi"ke aU first ' Mrp' Gertruda B" Wilder and hus-
' .71" . iir iband Wilder, first real nfcme
real name unknown; Fred Micke- r. tnmrn. T 'i,., w a,i,o
.. -w . . - . , . v .
nan, ncic jvioci ouj vomica
each deceased, real names unknown;
Lee C. Sharp; Hulda Sharp; the sue-
ressora and assigns of Plattsmouth
Ferry Company. real names un-
known; all persons having or claim-
names unknown, defendants
To the defendants Willis A. Sharp;
Cora V. Sharp; John J. Worley;
Mrs. John J. Worley, first real name
unknown; Emma Palmer;
Palmer, first real name unknown;
John Patterson; Mr3. John Patter
son, first real name unknown;
John Sharp, also "known a3 N. J.
Sharp; Mrs. John Sharp, also known
as Mrs. N. J. Sharp, first real name
unknown; Clyde Palmer; Mrs. Clyde
Palmer, first real name unknown;
Ada Fielding; Thomas Fielding;
Maud Tacetti; Charles TacettI;
Charles Mickelwait;- Kdith Mickel
wait, William Mickelwait; Mrs. Wil
liam Mickelwait. first real name un
known; Jennie Sharp, widow; Prank
Sharp; Mrs. Frank Sharp." first
real name unknown; Joseph Sharp;
Mrs. Joseph Sharp, first real name
unknown; Theodore Sharp; Mrs.
Theodore Sharp, first real name
unknown; the heirs, devisees, lega
tees, personal representatives and all
other persons interested in the es
tates of John J. Worley; Mrs. John
J. Worley, first real name unknown;
Emma Palmer; Palmer, first
real name unknown; John Patter
son; Mrs. John Patterson, first real
name unknown; Matilda Sharp; Jo
seph L. Sharp; John Sharp, also
known as N. J. Sharp; Mrs. John
Sharp, also known as Mrs. N. J.
Sharp, first real name unknown;
Thomas G. Palmer; M. J. Palmer,
also known as Jane Palmer; Wheat
ley Mickelwait; Illissiana Mickel
wait; Joseph G. Sharp; Jennie
Sharp; Clyde Palmer; Mrs. Clyde
Palmer, first real name unknown;
Maud Tacetti; Charles Tacetti;
Charles Mickelwait; Edith Mickel
wait; William Mickelwait; Mrs.
William Mickelwait. first real name
unknown; Fred Mickelwait; Kate
Kiser and Charles Kiser, each de
ceased, real names unknown, the
successors and assigns of Platts
mouth Ferry Company, real name
unknown; all persons having or
claiming any interest of any kind in
and to Lot twelve, (12) in Block
forty-eight. (48) In the City of
Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska,
real name3 unknown:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that Nebraska Gas & Elec
tric Company, a Corporation, filed
its petition and commenced an ac
tion in the District Court of Cass
county, Nebraska, on the 5th day of
August, 1922, against you and each
of you, the object, purpose and pray
er of which is to obtain a decree of
court quieting the title to Lot twelve,
(12) in Block forty-eight, (48) In
the City of Plattsmouth, Cass coun
ty, Nebraska, as against you and
each of you and for such other re
lief as may be Just and equitable.
You and each of you are further
notified that jrou are required to an
swer said petition on or before
Monday, the 18th day of September,
1922, or the allegations therein con
tained will be taken as true and a
decree will be rendered in favor of
plaintiff and against you -and each
of you according to the prayer of
said petition.
Dated this 5th day of August, A.
D. 1922.
NEBRASKA GAS & ELEC
TRIC COMPANY,
A Corporation, Plaintiff.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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'1 ; -c ,o t"-i-.- belle Lundquist and husband
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V!-.L?L , tLuiidqtsist. first real name unknown;'
6 u ' X- I , Justin W. Bent and wife
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NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE
In the District Court of Cass coun
ty, Nebraska.
Annie Louise Pitman, plaintiff, vs.
Lena LaRue et al, defendants.
App. Doc. 1, page 82.
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of Jn order entered In the
foregoing entitled cause on the 29th
day of July, 1922, by Hon. James T.
Begley, Judge of the District Court
of Cass county. Nebraska, and to me
directed, I, the undersigned, Aubrey
H. Duxbury, sole referee appointed
by order of said court, will, on the
hour of ten o'clock a. m. . at the south
.,r mnrt aD uo at',
of Plattsmouth, in Cass county. Ne- hsees- legatees, personal "Presenta
fF .nio i, i t tlves and all other persons Interest-
U l 1 .1 1 f I'll M 1U. IV, II UV.'
bidder for cash the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
The south half of the south
east quarter of Section number
ed thirty-two, (32) in Township
ten, (10) North, in Range
thirteen (13) east of the Cth
P. M., in Cass county, Ne
braska. fl.000.00 to be paid on day of
sale. Balance on confirmation of
saIe nd delivery of deed,
Said offer for sale will remain open
for hitls for onG hour.
! Dated
August 9th, 1922.
AUBREY H. DUXBURY.
Sole Referee.
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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
OF MORTGAGE
In the District Court of Cass ooun-
ty, Nebraska.
Plattsmouth Stote Bank, a Corpo-
ration, plaiutiir, vs. Wiiliam O. Bent
tkt r HufotiiUnto
i uuniiunu. .ill .1
...j linVionrl
Aomo fiTt real
unfcnovn; William D Bent and
f William D. Bent, first real
unSnm; Mr3. Ella' B. stev.
and husba'n(i Stevens,!
firc.t Tnal ,mo n,.nnvcn. at iM ,j
Mrs. Jus-
me un-
known; Mrs
husband
Jessie Alexander and
Alexander, first real
name
unknown; George Edgerton-
and wife Mrs. George Edgerton, first t,.-
real name unknown; Kims, "In the county Court.
first real name unknown, widower of , In the matter of the estate of
Lydia Nims. deceased; Mrs. J. W.IJonathan IIattf deceased.
Beut. first real name unknown,; On' reading and filing the petition
widow of J V.. Bent, deceased; the cf Vcrna Hatt praying that admin
heirs and all other persons interest- 5stration of said estate may be grant
ed in the estate of Amelia B Halde- ed to Verna Hatt as administratrix;
man deceased, real names unknown; Ordered, that September 12th. A.
the heirs, devisees, Jecatees, person-jD. 1922. at ten o'clock a. m. is as
al representatives and all other per-j si&ned for hearlng said petition,
sons interested In the estates of J. when all persons interested. Jn said
4 J",' Vr .
and Lydia Mms, each deceased, real
rnmes un Known:
You and each of you are hereby j
notified that Plattsmouth State Bank
as plaintiff, filed a petition and com-
menced an action in the District
Court of the County of Cass. Nebraa- interested in said matter by publish
ka. on the 3rd day of August, 1922. lng a copv of thl3 order the Platts
against you and each of you. the mouth Journal, a semi-weekly news
object purpose and prayer of which paper printed ln said county, for
V; , oV .
March 25, 1921, given by Amelia B.
jiaiaeman 10 secure a note or even
date given by the said Amelia B.
Haldeman to plaintiff for the sum of
$2,440.00 with interest at 10 per
annum from date, declared a first
lien upon the east half of Lot ten
(10) and all of Lots eleven (11) and
twelve, (12) in Block three, (3) in
the original town of Plattsmouth,
Cass county, Nebraska; to have an
account taken of the amount due
plaintiff on its said note and mort-
gage and that in default of the pay -
ment thereof, said mortgaged prem-
ises be sold according to law and
that each and all of the defendants
in raid action be forever barred and
foreclosed of any and all right, title,
interest or equity of redemption in
and to said premises and that out of
i, r niA .i.,-.nff v
paid the amount due together with
costs of suit and for equitable re-
lief.
You and each of you are further
notified that you are required to an
swer said petition on or before Mon
day, the 18th day of September,
1922, or the allegations therein con-
tninpfl n-ill lio tnlfen tnip an A n
decree will be rendered in favor of
plaintiff and against you and each
of you, according to the prayer of,
said petition.
Dated this 5th day of August, A. .
D. 1922.
PLATTSMOUTH STATE BANK, i
A Corporation, Plaintiff
W. A. ROBERTSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
ty ss.
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of J.
B. Seybolt, deceased.
To the creditors of said estate:
V'y, V. nrJiv rrHC.oil Tint T will
sit at the County Court room in J f o clock p m on the 22nd day
Plattsmouth in said county, on the pf September, 1922. County Boards
12th day cf September. A. D. 1922, are hereby requested to be present
at 10 o'clock a. m., and on the 12th or represented. Bidders are invited
day of December. A. D. 1922, at 10,toJ?e Present.
o'clock a. m.. to receive and examine; The..ap,prox imate Quantities are:
all claims against said estate, with' fArf,1 lfckJ' , r
a view to their adjustment and al-! Certified check for 5 of the
Iowance. The time limited, for the amount of the bid will be required
pressntation of claims against said , w"n eacn and every .bid received,
estate is three months from the 12th1 Plans and specifications for the
day of September, A. D. 1922, and work my be seen and Information
the time limited for payment of debts a" Proposal forms secured at the
is one year from said 12tH day of office of the County Clerk at Platts
September, 1922. uth- Nebraska, or at the office of
Witness my hand and the seal of in.e , State Department of Public
6aid UOUniy uouri, iniu auiu aay 01
August, 19
ALLEN J. BEESON,
County Judge
A. H. DUXBURY,
Attorney.
(Seal)
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Books.! Books! Books! We have
( Tjtfcem till you can't rest, at the Jour-
nal usee.
NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE.
In the District Court of the Coun
ty of Cass, Nebraska.
Kittie C. Roberts and Emmons J.
Richey, plaintiffs, vs. the heirs, devi
sees, legatees, personal representa
tives and all other persons Interested
in the estates of David Beebe, Mrs.
David Beebe, first real name un
known, Marie M. Beebe also known
as Mary M. Beebe and Ambrose m.
Beebe, each deceased, real names un
known: and all persons having or
claiming any interest in Lot ten (10)
in Block twenty-nine (29) in the
City of Plattsmouth, Cass county,
Nebraska, real names unknown.
To the defendants, the heirs, dev-
' . - .
ea in me esiaieo ui ucuc,
Mrs. David Beebe, first real name un
known, Maria M. Beebe also known
as Mary M. Beebe, each deceased,
real names unknown; and all per
sons having or claiming any inter
est In Lot ten, (10) In Block twenty-nine,
(29) in the City of Platts
mouth, Cass county, Nebraska, real
names unknown:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that Kittie C. Roberts and
Emmons J. Richey, as plaintiffs, filed
a petition and commenced an action
in the District Court of Cass county,
Nebraska, on the 17th day of August,
1922, against you and each of you.
the object, purpose and prayer of
which is to obtain a decree of court
quieting the title to Lot ten, (10)
in Block twenty-nine, (29) in the
City of Plattsmouth, Cass county.
t Nebraska, as against you and each
of you and for such other relief as
may be Just and equitable,
You R-ad each of you are further
nfif ft'l tliot vnn ara rrmlrfir1 to flu-
' swer said petition on or before Men-
day' the 9th day f Ctober 1922'
or the allegations therein contained
will be taken as true and a decree
will be rendered in favor of plaintiffs
and aain3t and eaCh f y0" aC"
cording to the prayer of said peti-
Dated this 17th day of August,
1922.
KITTIE C. ROBERTS and
EMMONS J. RICHEY,
Plaintiffs.
W. A. ROEERTSON.
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TUESDAY WEEKLY
npnpn nv minrvn
on Petition for Appointment of
. ArtTniniRtratHT
T1ip sr-.tP nf Nphmcka Psm mnn.
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 pen
dency of said petition and the hear-
lnt, Vhpronf hp ?iven tn n orarm
! three successive weeks, prior to said
' dav of hearin-.
Dated August 19th, 1922.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
(Seal) a4-3w. County Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The State of Nebraska, Cass coun
ty, ss.
In the County Court.
In the matter of the estate of
Pey Allen Warthen. deceased,
T. the creditors of said estate:
' ." are hereby notified that I
sit at hf County Court room in
n?,"5?1011 Ln said county, on the
2?t1 da7, of, September A. D. 1922.
a,4 10 o clock a. m., and on the 29th
' d?' ,f December. A. D. 1922, at 10
: ,?lof k, a- m- ,to rece"'e and examine
;a 1 claims against said estate with a
view to their adjustment and allow-
ance. The time limited for the
sentrtion of claims against sa!
e pre-
d es
tate is three months from the 29th
day of September, A. D. 1922. and
the time limited for payment of debts'
is one year from said 29th day of
September, 1922.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said County Court, this 28th day of
Au&ust
1922.
ALLEN J. BEESON,
tfaeaI'
County Judge.
A. H. DUXBURY,
Attorney.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the State Department of
Public Works. 4th floor Brownell
Block, at Lincoln. Nebraska, until
2 o'clock p. m.. on September 22,
1922, -for alternate bids on ditch
checks, class A and B, and incidental
work on the Nebraska City-Lincoln
project No. 133-C, Federal Aid Road,
through Cass county.
Bids will be opened in the Depart
ment of Public Works, 4th floor
Brownell Block, on or near the hour
" cuubt.
I ine &taie ana County reserve the
I right to waive all technicalities and
reject any or all bids.
GEO. R. SAYLES,
Co- Cler. Cass Co.
GEO. E. JOHNSON,
Secretary.
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