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NEWS-HERALD. TllllKSDAY JAK PAR Y 1900
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Although this range may have
an exterior appearance resemb
ling the Ranges exhibited in other
stores in the citj, and therefore
does noc appeal to you, as a sub
ject of special attraction. We
assure you that it is decidedly
differar l' from all others in construction, containing those particular
featui-i which make it the best Range ever offered to the user. The
firebox is so constructed that the heat will radiate into the oven at the
same moment a fire is started. Consequently, soon as the fire has at
tained the necessary 250 degrec3 of heat, the oven also will register the
same temperature; therefore, it is ready to bake. The results of this
direct action will havo a telling effect on the coal pile, saving nearly
half the fuel used in ordinary stoves. The fire baek lining is guaranteed
for 5 years use. The front section of the top can be suspended, making
a convenient place for broiling or toasting. A special cover or lid on top
is arranged for cooking oat meal, railk,rice, etc., without fear of scorch
ing. The body is made up of three distinct walls, which retain all heat
into the stove. If you will call at my store and examine this Range, you
will admit thre is no other to equal it at priceB that will meet
your approval. I have some special bargains in express wagons, childs
and Misses Rockers, bookcases.
PEARLMAN'S OLD STAND
TO IMPROVE ROADS
HOLDS A reception: ,
We Are Mow Keaiy
We are now ready to show you our COM
PLETE and UP-TO-DATE line of
to all that are interested. We carry all
grades and styles at prices ranging from
$1.23 up to $G0. V!e are also sole agents
for the famous Coles Hot Blast Heater.
Come in and let us sbw you how you can re
duce your coal bill oso-third with this stove
and get the same acount of heat as from
Old Papers For Sale at This Offict
Organization Effected At Lin
coln to Secure Needed
At a meeting held ye9terday after
noon at the state university under the
auspices of the Lincoln Commercial
club, in the interest of good roacte in
Nebraska, an organization wa9 formed
called the Nebraska good roads asso
ciation. The officers are A. Pease of
Fairbury, president; L. F. Gottschalk
of Columbus, vice president; W. S.
Whitten of Lincoln secretary. These
three officers with the following consti
tute the executive committee of the or
ganization: John K. Bennett one of the
county commissioners of Lancaster
county and Lee Arnett of Lincoln. The
plan was to organize a state association
and then appoint a legislative com
mittee to see to it that proper legisla
tions is effected during the coming ses
sion. G. L. Cooley, of the department of
good roads at Washington was the prin
cipal speaker. He advised that the
supervision of the roads of the state bt
entirely taken out of politics. Just a
soon as a man becomes more proficient
in the business of making roads he is
turned out by the opposing political
party. This he said was wrong. An
engineer of roads should be elected or
appointed in the state who will have
charge of all the roads in the state and
have the county organizations under
Congressman E. M. Pollard who has
been much interested in this line ol
government work said that he wa3 anx
ious to see Nebraska get in line with
the other states on the quetion of good
roads. Already many of the Etates had
a commission of three and a state en
gineer who had charge of all the road
making in the state. When a county
desired a line of roads built the
gineer came to the locality, made a
map of the county and determined
which part of the road should be im
proved. He also made an analysis of
the soil and determined what kind of. a
road should be built. The question of
how much of expense should be borne
by the state and how much by the
county in which the work is being done
could be worked out later. Congress
Pollard had a draft of a bill that was
wrieten by one of the road experts at
Washington. He brought several copies
with him for the use of the new organ
ization. Dr. George Condra, Ed R. Sizer and
A. V. Pease of Fairbury were among
the persons present to make statements
i i regard to the question of good
Every Woman Will be Interested.
There has recently been discovered
an aromatic, pleasant herb cure for
woman's ills, called Mother Gray's
AUSTRALIAN-LEAF. It is the only
j certain regulator. Cures female weak
j nesses and Backache, Kidney, Bladder
; and Urinary troubles. At all Drug
gists or by mail 90 ct9. Sample FREE.
Address, The Mother Gray Co., Le
.Roy, N. Y.
From ihe Courier.
Mrs. Frank Bates and children of
Union are guests of Mrs. August Os
senkop. Lawrence and Johnnie Wise of Weep
ing Water spent Saturday with their
sister, Mrs. John Ir.man.
Al. Sinnard of Wellington, Colo., is
here visiting with his aunt, Mrs. Thos.
Haddon, and other relatives.
Miss Lillian Bell of Ashland came
down Thursday to spend New Year's
with her sister, Mrs. M. N. Drake.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stewart of Cali
fornia Junction, Iowa, spent Christmas
n Louisville with A. D. Carter and
Harry Green was at Omaha Thurs
day. Mr. Green has been suffering
from appendicitis and his mission to
the city was to consult a d ictor.
George Waldron has returned home
from South Bend, the stone quarry at
that place having closed down for the
winter. Mr. Wa!dron was emloyed as
Mrs. C. G. Mayfield returned home
Tuesday evening from the St. Joseph
nospital in Omaha, where she under
went a very delicate surgical operation.
She is improving rapidly and bids fair to
soon regain her strength.
John Albert met with a peculiar ac
cident Wednet-dny morning. He was
outchering and was in the act of stick
ing a ho when it struck him in the
left eye with its forefoot, cutting the
eye lid open. He came to town at once
:o have the injury dressed by a local
MISERY IN STOMACH
Indigestion Vanishes in Five
Minutes and You Will
Why not start now
j ever rid yourself of
Next Big Huctton
Will be held on
Saturday January 9, '09
This sale will undoubtedly be the best of the
season held rrmi far, pfl in iffTTHt
reaysTedThich includes several head of
unbroken western horses and four cows. You
are cordially invited to avail yourselves of the
benefits of these free auction sales.
today, and for
and indigestion? A dieted stomach
a good eat, then take Pane's Diapepsin
to start the d gestive juices working
There will be no dyspepsia or belching
of Kfis or eructations of undigested
food; no feeling tike a lump of lead in
the stomach or heartburn, sick headache
and dizziness, a-l your food will not
ferment and poison your breath with
Pape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents
for a large case at any drug store here
and will relieve the most obstinate case
of indigestion and upset stomach in five
There is nothing else better to take
ga.s from the stomach and cltanse the
stomach and intestines, and besides,
one triangule will digest and prepare
for assimilation into the blood all your
food the same as a sound, healthy stom
ach would do.
When Diapepsin works your stomach
I rests gets itself in order, cleans
up and then you feel like eating when
you come to the table, and what you
eat will do you good.
Absolut a relief fron.-all stomach mis
ery is wa.ting for you as soon as you
decide to begin taking Diapepsin. Tell
your druggist that you want Pape's
Diapepsin, because you want to be
thoroughly cured of indigestion.
Governor and Mrs. Sheldon Is
sue Three Hundred invita
tions for Tuesday eve.
About three hundred invitations were
issued by Governor and Mrs. Sheldon
and Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Wright to
the reception dance given last night at
the executive mansion. The decora
tions were elaborate and effective.
With the exception of the dining room
the entire lower floor had red and green
Christmas symbols, to which were add
ed large vases of red roses and carna
tions and big palms for the reception
room. Jars of pale pink roses were on
the buffet and table in the refreshment
room. Mrs. Sheldon received in a
beautiful dress of yellow messaline sat
in and Mrs. Wright was gowned in pink
satin. The mother of the latter, Mrs.
M. J. Robinson of Chicago, was also in
the receiving line, wore a handsome
black cstume. The assisting ladies in
the reception room were Mesdames C
F. Ladd, Olive Watson.George E. Has
kell and W. H. Ferguson, the follow
ing ladies presided in turn over the re
freshment tables: Mrs. W. J. Bryan,
Mrs. E. H. Ozmun of Constantinople,
Mrs. Charles Robinson and Mrs. K.
Weaver of Chicago. Mra. W. C. Wilson
Mrs. I G. Chapin, and Mra. C. 8. Let
ton. The reception was from 8:30 to
9, and at the latter hour dancing com
menced in the ballroom on the third
floor, where an orchestra played, screen
ed from view by a bank of palms and
other potted plants. The large flags
used for the military ball the night
previous were still in place. Some of
these flags were draped over the walls
of the ball room and one of unusual
size extended from the staircase in the
hallway of the third story to the floor
Among the members of the gover
nor's staff who came t Lincoln from
over the state for the military ball
given Monday evening by Governor
and Mrs. Sheldon, were the following:
Colonel John G. Cowin" of Omaha.
Colonel John C. Hartigan of Fairbury,
Colonel Charles B. Anderson of Crete,
Colonel George Lyon jr., of Nelson,
Colonel Ernest L. Meyers of Newport,
Colonel Andrew F. Strum of Nehawka,
Colonel William Bischof of Nebraska
City, Colonel Penfold of Omaha. All
but two of these gentlemen were ac
companied by their wives and Colonels
Myers and Lyon also each brought a
daughter. Other out-of-town guests
were: Drs. E. J. and Edward Seward
and their wives, of Pawnee City, Maj
or George A. Eberly of Stanton, Cap
tain Morgan J. Flaherty of Fullerton,
Major James B. Hungate of Weeping
Water, Captain Emile C. Underburg
of Stanten, and Captain S. E. Yoder of
Wymore. Governor and Mrs. Sheldon
were assisted in receiving by Adjutant
General and Mrs. Charles F. Schwarz.
The grand march was led by General
Schwarz and Miss Lyon of Nelson.
Snilh G Smith, Props. ,
Sixth nrJ Vine Ste.' .. Plattsnonth, Ketrcslia
I City And County
C. A Marshall, dentist
Something new in post cards every
week. Nemetz & Co. next to P.O.
Some cigars are only cigars, but
Pepperburg's "Buds"are a good smoke.
The Plattsmouth Music Company has
on display a handsome line of sheet
music. A good selection and popular
When buying candies, why not buy
the best? We always have a fine line
of the superior grades on hand. Ne
metz & Co. next to P. O.
Miss Kathyrin Windham left Monday
evening for University Tlace to renew
her studies at the college, having spent
the holidays with the home folks.
Asa McCollough, of Kansas City, ar
rived in the city Tuesday evening and
will visit friends for a few days. His
son Arthur is in school and did not ac
company his father.
Mrs. Turtollot, of Lincoln, is the
guet of her daughter Mrs. William
Baird. Mrs. Turtollot was formerly a
ing been in business here.
Real Fatate Transfers.
i R. L. Hoback to" John W. Baty,
w. d. W 1 2 N W 1-4 8-10-12. .$ 4800
Geo. N. Walradt to John H.
Busche, w. d. S 1-2 S W 1-4
Evelyn W. Root to Helena Tip
pens, w. d. N 1-2 1 and 2, all
of 3, block 97, city 1100
Same to same, w. d. Lot 4, block
97, city ......
Sarah J. Beck to J. W. Menden
hall,w. d. E 1-2 N E 1-4 25-10-10
W. F. Chalfant to Will Jean, w.
d. S E 1-4 N E 1-4 7-11-14 2700
E. L. Daniel to C. F. Harris, w.
d S 1-2 N E 1-4 2-10-13 7900
J. P. Falter to W. S. Goodrich,
w. d. Lots 9-10 N 1-2 11-12,
block 22, lot 5, block 172, lot 5,
block 50, S 1-2 lot 7, block 62,
lot 8. block 5, Iota 7-8-9, block
2. lots 3-4, block 52, lots 11-12,
block 221. lot 3-4. block 82,
Young & Hays add. lots 5-6,
block 9, same add., lots 5-6,
block 7, Doves add., lots 15.16.
block 10, So. Park, lot 2 N 1-2
3, block 4. Thompson's add., lots
2 and 3, Streitwieser's. All in
city of Plattsmouth 24200
F. P. Sheldon and postmaster Palmer
of Nehawka, were Plattsmouth visitors
Tuesday, looking after business. These
gentlemen are two of the enterprising
citizens of that thriving city.
Mrs. S. Anderson and daughter, Miss
Agnes, left Tuesday afternoon for
their new home at Palmer, Neb. Miss
Agnes will be greatly missed among
her circle of young friends in this city.
F. A. Rennie and wife of Madrid,
Neb., who have teen spending the
holidays with Mrs. Rennie's parents
departed for their home Tuesday morn
ing. Mrs. Rennie's brother, Frank
Seiver accompanied his sister home.
Mrs. S. Reed and children of Mitchell,
S. D , who has been visiting her
brothers, the Tulene boys, departed
Tuesday for Percival, la. Mrs. Reed
was accompanied by her sister Miss
Tulene and they expect to visit rela
tives for a time.
John P. Sutton, Editor of the Chi
cago Citizen, was in the city Monday
and visited Rev. Father Shine for a
few hour. Mr. Sutton had been spend
ing his i nntinn in Liar... I M n TT-7I
TUsway back to Chicago to begin work
for another year,
A Fire Tuesday Morning.
About 6 o'clock Tuesday morning the
citizens of Plattsmouth were startled
i bv the fire alarm being sounded. A
house on Winterstine hill caught fire in
the roof and was theatening destruction
There was rather a high wind at the
time and the cold weather coming on
demon a hard proposition. The
neighbors turned out in force and had
the fire under subjection before the
fire company arrived. The residence
was that of a widow lady named Mrs.
Williams, the damage was not great,
as only the shingles in the roof were
Nearly everyone is looking to see
what is new on display in the way of
Christmas novelties. . While you are
looking, don't fail to drop into Crabill's
jewelry and see Mrs. Howland's beauti
ful line of hand-painted china. Brooches.
50c to $1.25; pin trays, 50c to 51.00;
plates, $1.25 to fIC.00. You will also
find jewel trays, toilet articles, nut
bowls aud many other novelties especi
ally appropriate for Christmas gifts, tf
In County Court, Cms eoontjr. Nebraska.
!n tha m tter of the estate of James Skoamat,
fr A n-
II 1 11 u J 1
the Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bee n
In use for over 30 years, has borno the signature :
and has beenmadonnacr m
sonal supervision since Its Ir.tttm-y-Allow
no one to deceive you in tlii.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-sood" aro lmt
vmmantt ihflf ti-tflA with and endanger t ho limit .1 ot
Infants and Children Experience against Expcrinu'isl.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pare
goric, Drops and Soothlnff Syrup , It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys AVorm-.
and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and l"i
Colic It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, re-ulatcs thn
Stomach and Bowels, grivir:? healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea TIio TIothcr'-s Friend.
cnriuiNE CASTORIA always
Bears the Signaturo of
The KM You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tmc c.r-A.a , tt aeT, n orrr.
Josh .Wise nays, "?me n-cn
sneer at women's fhopyini; hut.
when women shop th.py;'ri't I tv
to eat clove to dt';! w.i:
they've been buyiner." .j :.'.. ;rc
of cloves I think we r.:rry lh
smoothest line of f-p.ct.-s th;.: in r
came over the peas. Yu kr.ow
nome spices are all drav. n nr.. .f
one barrel so as to Freak. nr.(j ! -torod
up with the e.sier.tiii! i - t
represent each particular pin,
such as cinnamon, clove, a!! pice,
pepper and mustard. 1 1 .if uv
a lot of trouble for the sj ! null-,
becau-e they don't have tr h.i- a
different hopper for Krin.iinjr every
kind of tpice, but of course Ih.it i
all done away with now. When
you buy spice at otir stor-" 3-'--i
are not buying ground almond shells or some kind of hulls t!.-vii t! with
essences and oils but you are buying the rel thinjr, perfectly pure. a:;!
not mixed with cracker crumbs or any other dope to make it c f.-irth.-r.
We handle Dwinell-Wright Co's opices and flavor r.g extract, vr ni-r-ries.
Sour Cider, Celery, Lettuce. Hananas. Nut". Viz ar;!
Raisins and Currants, Candied Citron, Oranges and Lemons. Curtis I'.n-s.
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Tha Homo Paper 2
Givr yon the rfa!in m.nrr in
Vch you hav- the jrf.--i in
terest rtf home tin. I I'rn
a welcome visitor to errr rr.ciber it rt.r tani.ly li
issue will prova
should hel your list of cewpaper and peno.Jn.al subscription.
WINTER TOURIST RATES: Daily reduced rate xcur.:onj
to California, Old Mexico. Southern and Cuban Rr.sort.;.
HOMESEFKERS EXCURSIONS:-First and thini Tut -nlays
of each month to many points west, sojth and southwest.
PERSONLY CONDUCTED EXCURSION to Florida iry
Superintendent Public Instruction of Nebraska. Mr. .1. I. McIJrit n.
leaving Lincoln and Omaha December 19th. Write G. V. Ie.nn II.
C. P. A. Lincoln, for itinerary.
GOVERNMENT IRRIGATEO H0MESTEAD3 in the Hi
Horn Basin and Yellowstone Valley: One of the last chances to
secure good farms from the Government at low prices. Go with
Mr. D. Clem Denver on the next personly conducted excursion.
He will help you secure one of these farms. No charge for hi
services. Excursions first and third Tuesdays.
L. W. WAKELY. . P. A.. Oruahr..
It sboald b a fit represeoutirc of yottr
bnnneaa. which means the high gnd. mr
tittle kiad. That th kiad we do.
m EXCzxxrxT assoktizsxt
CV TTPX, GOOD P2ESSES AUD
These represent oar facilities for doing
tfce kind of printing that will please too.
The prices are right, and prompt delivery
the invariable rule at this office.
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To all persons interested:
You an hereby uoti&rd that en Janoarr 6th.
190. France Skonasal. filed petition for the ap
pointment of aa edininietratoe of the abve es
tate, and askine that she be appointed ra h ad-;ni.tMtrir-
that -there will be a bearine
on said petition at my office In th jjtX fiUiata-f
ZzZSr P... r .. until ir 'rfK I
j ate o'clock a. m objections
thereto most be filed before said boor.
Dated this 6th day of January. A. D- 1909.
Byron Clark. Axlsn J. BeaeoN.
Amercer. W-C Oraatr JtxSoe.
C. I. KlHSnilL D. D. S.
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