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By virtue of an order of sale Issued ly
Ueoree K. HousewonJi. clerk of the district
court within and for Cats County. Nebraska,
ana to djj directed. I will on the
18th Day of July. A. D . 1901,
at 2 o'clock p. m.. of said day. at the south
d-or of the court house in the city of Platts
li Ku 111. in Silid count V. sell at putilir aui-tion.
to I lie hiirliest bidder for cash, the following
r-al estate to-wit: Fractional lot three .i.
town ten (10) north, of ranjre eleven (11).
WAI-NTT HILL ADDITION.
It one in block one. lot two In block one.
lot three in block one. lot four in block one.
east half of lot live in block one. west half of
.t live in block one. east half of lot six in
block one. west half of lot six in block one. lot
seven in block one. lot eitrht in block one. lot
one in block two in said addition, lot two in
bl.M-k two. lot three in block two. lot four in
block two. lot live in block two. lot six in
block two. lot seven in block two. lot elsrht in
block two. lot nine in bl.M-k two. lot ten in
block two. lot eleven In block t wo. lot twelve
In block two. lot thirteen in block two. lot
fourteen in block two. lot fifteen in block two.
lot sixteen .n Mock two. lot seventeen in block
two. lot one in l.l.xk tlin-. lot two in block
three, lot three in block three, lot four in
block three, lot five in block limy, lot six in
Mock three, lot seven in block three, lot eiht
In block three, lot nine in block three, lot ten
in t!ock three lot eleven in Mock three, lot
twelve in block three, lot t hirteen in block
three, lot fourteen in block three, lot fifteen
in block thr-e. lot sixteen in bl.M-k three, lot
seventeen in bl.M-k three, lot eighteen in block
three, lot one in bl.M-k four, lot two in M-k
four, lot three in bl.M-k four, lot four in ock
four, lot five in Mock four, lot six in Mock
four, lot seven in Mock four: lot eiyht in Mock
Sub-lot one in hlix-k six. sub-lot A3 in bl.M-k
six. ul-lots Hi and CC in block six. suli-lol
13 in block six. sub-lot Klin bl.M-k six. sul
lot K3 in bl.M-k six. siiii-lot O.'J bl.M-k six:
WEEPING WATFK 1.1 MK AND STUNK COMPANY.
Fractional lot 2W as shown on the plat lMkof
section I. town-hip 10 north, of ranze 11 east:
fractional lot uT. as shown on the plat Imok or
section 1. town-hip l' north, of ra litre 11 east
all in Cass count v. Nebraska, toirether with
the privileges and appiirteiiances thereiiiito
lielontrinir or in anywise sipiM-rtainin. I he
Mime tM-insr levied upon ami taken as the prop
erty of John M. Carter et a I. defendants, to
satisfy a judirment of said court recovertsl
t.y A. "J. Seamaiu plaint in" against said defend
Nebraska. June lilh. A. !..
V. 1. WIIREI.KK.
Sheriff. Cass County. Nebraska.
II. P. TKA VIS and .1 r.E U Kt m T.
riaintitT s Attorneys
June It. t
Br virtue of an order of sale issued by
Geonre F. House worth, clerk of the district
court within and for Cass county. Nebraska,
and to me directed. I ill on the
18th Day of July. A D 1901.
At U o'clock. A. M..of said day. at t lie south
door of the court house, in the city of I latts
moutlu iu said county, sell at publu
auction. to the highest bidder for
cash, the following real estate. -"
The southeast .piarter seH s- tlon
eighteen 1. township eleven tll north, or
i i4.x . il... .itl. Ttri ii.-l nal mer-
l.ii-.r. in Cass countv. Nebr:ika. toirether
with the i.ri. ile-s and appurtenances there
unto M-lonsrinir or in anywise apiM-rtaininir.
The same U-insr levi.il upon and taken as the
property of In A. Tinkham et al.. defendants.
! e- ...j r ri n-covercHl
by l. K. Barr. plaintiff, ajralllst said defelld-
a,,'iattsmontli. Nebraska. June Mil. A. I.
. I. U HKKLKi:.
Sheriff. Cass County. Nebraska.
riaintiiTs Attorney. June I1-.t.
DV VIHTl'F. oF AX OKPK.U Of SAI.F.
LJ i.i.Tl l,v li.-or'-e r . liolisewort ll. clerk
,.r iln .listri'.-t court within and for Cass
cm. IV. Nebraska, and to me directed. I will
Oi the 6th day of August. A. D. 1901
... ,1. ...... m. of said dav. at tin
L.i.tl. l..r .if the court house in the city of
i'lattsmouth. in aid coiiiity. sell at pub!i.
in.ti.in to the hi'Mitst bidder for cash. I tit
following real estate, to-wit : Ix-ts thirty to
thirty-elzhl. inclusive, in Mock three. 1 ark
oi.iirion to the cit v of Weewinir Water: lot
tilru-U nine. Carter's addition t the
city of Weeplns Water: lots six to ten. iticlu
ov'.' in bl.M-k sixteen. Carter's addition: lots
one i.n.l two Mock sixteen. Carters addition
lot one. in bl.M-k eleven. Carter's addit ion : lot
i -. I.1..-L- eleven f:.rt.r's addition : lot three.
Mock eleven. Carter's addition : lot four. bl.M-k
.-li. twiner's :lliiioii: lots one and two.
bl.x-k ten. Carter's addition: lot three. bl.M-k
one. Carter's addition: lots one and two. bl.M-k
u.i .... -.i-t. r's. n.l.lit ion-all in Cass coll lit V
Nel.rask: toirether with the privileges and
appurtenances theremitoU-lonsrimror in any
wise apitertainiii. The same lieinir levied
iii.in ;.n.i tr.Lell :islie liniMTtV of John M.
Carter et al.. defendants, to satisfy a ju.iir-
ment of said court recovered by the County
of Cass, plaintiff, against said defendants.
I'lattsmouth. Nebraska. July 5. A. I. l:l.
W. 1. W'HEKI.KK.
Sheriff Cass County. Nebraska.
J. I- lioot. riaintiiT s Attorney.
In Countv Court of Cass count v. Nebraska
In the matter of the estate of W illiam Kay
A Mis. in. deceased:
James Allison. Lerov Allison. Mary Swan
le.vis WinHelil Swan. Clara James. Ada Swan
Clark, liotx-rt Kendall. Mary Kendall, and all
other nersons interested, hereby are not itied
that unonthelst dav uf June. 1SH. James Al
lisrn. administrator of said estate, filed In
said court a report of his acts anddoimrsas
such administrator from February. l-'.'X to
June 1st. 1!I. and upon the same day filed a
petition for final settlement of said estate.
.Iletrini' anionr other things, that he has re
ceived from said estate S21. that he has
imid out ami should have credit with the sum
of ?lOi."i leavlni; a residue iu his hands for
assignment and distribution in the sum of
aiti.-.T. f rom which sum the costs of adminis
tration will he deducted, and further ullcifinir
that the above named arc all of the heirs uf
Vou are notified that a hearins will lie had
at the County Court ri.m at I'lattsmouth, in
said count v. on tli.-inli da v of June. at
the hour of - o'cIm-W. p. m.. and that if you
fail to appear at such time and object to tin
proceed mils, the court ma v allow and approve
said account and enter a d.-cr.-eof assignment
and distribution of the residue of said estate
lo the above named U.-irs. and discharge the
said James Allison from his said trust.
Witness my hand and the sea! of said court
at i'lattstnoutli..Nei'raska.tlils:(.l flavor .nine
A. I. l'.Jl. J. F. iKH'CiLASS.
(Seal.) County Judzc.
Notice To Creditors.
State of Nebraska, i
Cass County. I n County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Mary K. Harri
son. deceased :
Notice is hereby iriven that the creditors i
said deceased will in. et the exes-utrix of said
estate. Ix-fore me. County Judge of Cass
count v. Nebraska, at the Countv Court room.
in I'lattsmouth. in said county, on theLlth
day or Ainrust. I-.1. and on the l.itliUayo
January. r.c" at 'J o'cl.M-k. a. m.. each da v. for
the purpose of present init t heir claims for ex
amination. adjust ment and allowance.
Six months an- allow.sl for the cretlitors of
said fleceased to present their claims, and one
year ami six inont lis for t he execut rix to set
tie said estate, from the i;;th tlav of July. I'.Ol
W itness my hand and seal of said County
Court, at I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, this 16th
day of June. 1 '.!.
S-al. J. K. IKH'C.I.ASS.
June a It County Judge
NOTICE TO TAKE DEPOSITIONS.
In the county court
f Cass county. Ne
In the matter of the
estate of I-ewis M
The children and heirs at law of b-wis M
oumr. uts-eastsl. and ail other persons inter
.-stel in the estate of said deceased, will take
notice that on Mon.lav. July l."t h. I'.l. Mary
A. B. Yoiinir. widow of said d.s-ease.L will
take the deposit ion of R A. I'ainter and John
ti. anW inkle, to he us-d as evidence on the
hearin? for the admission of the will of said
deceased, to probate in the a hove entitled
cause. Sitiu dKsit ions w ill 1m? taken M-fore
smpetentauthority.at theofliceof C. K. Iar.
In the villain of Mirimrview. count v of Key
I'aha. state of Nebraska. Ut ween the hours o:
Ha. rn. and t) p. m. of said dav.and t he takimr o
s:iid depositions will Ik- adiourned from dav
today. Iiet ween the same hours, until they
MA K V A. II. VOL'NC.
By I. O. Dwtek. her attorney.
I'al.-d June SUL. V.M. C-2M-3t
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will m received by the Committee on
.streets. Alleys and Bridges of the city of
i imisniou. ii. .senraska. ror tne ouiiainic and
constructing of sidewalks. :iccordiiig to the
estimate or the city engineer, now on file in
the omce of the city clerk, up to n.M.n of the
Til day of July. A. I. l'.mi. along and adjacent
lome loiiowmg iies.-riij.-U property, to-wit
F-a-tldeof Block No. 1. South i'ark addi
ijist end of Lots 2 and 3. Stadelmann's ad
Lots I. 2 and 3L Block 63. Plattsmouth city.
Lots 34. 35. 3d. 37. : and 3LK Wise's addition
to the city of Plattsmouth. Neb.
The Committee reserves the right to reject
any ana ail bias.
Chairman Committee on Streets. Alleys and
The Plattsmouth Journal
1-1151,1? II F.I WKKKLY AT
(iF.oKOK H. Mann f iublislHrs
XV. K. Fox )
Invariably in advance.
F.ntered at the postofflce at Plattsmouth. Ne
braska, as second class matter.
FKIDAY, JULY 12, 1U.
'in-: subscription list of the .Jour
' nal lias lccn revised, and one
reason wny a ueiiiociuLic iic.si'.iiv
has not been more successful in Cass
countv has lieen discovered. While
man' of the suliscriliers have kept
their accounts paid up promptly,
others have iK'en iie-riecuui oi tne
matter, and the result has been that
several hundred dollars of the paper's
working capital was tied up in small
accounts of one and two dollars each.
distributed all over the county. Here
after those who do not settle for their
subscriptions of tenor than once in two
years will be stricken from the list,
and w ill not receive the paper furllier.
In looking over our list we rind that
Dr. II. II. Wallace, tlu? veteran demo
crat of Fnion, is the banner subscriber
having paid up his suUscription to
fni rot its :n-o :ic:iin tnkiiiir UD
j . 1 1 . . I HI I I l.vi . - ' "
the crusade against the ticket
scalper. The quickest way to pin me
scalper out of commission is to plug
up the pipe line between the scalper's
otlice and the ticket oilice of the com
pany. The scalper is a handy man to
have around when the ticket agent.
rinds it necessary to cut a rate to se
7ITTI M' Dunroy was in inecny
VAl for a few hours Sunday night.
having come down from Omaha and
ttonnorl nver lietween trains. He is
now nicelv located at Sioux City
xvhoro be conducts Ids 'Any Old
Thing" department for the Tribune
Mr. Dunroy is a tireless worker, and
as a newspaper sketch writer has lew
equals in this section of the country
lie has recently received nattering
ffers to become attached to metro
politan papers in the east, but prefers
to remain at Sioux City because it is
near his home. His visit on Sunday-
evening was necessarily brief, as lie
had to resume his editorial duties the:
next morning, hut has promised his
friends to return here Mime time next
mouth and make a more exii-rideo.
UK Nebraska IJlizzard says: An
other change has been made on
The I'lattsmouth Journal, it passing
recently into the hands of George 15.
Mann and XV. K. Fox. Mr. Mann is a
first class printer and business man.
and Kelly Fox is a business man. Now
if the two gentlemen can display
proper journalistic ability the Journal
will emerge from the cloud of Jonah-
ism and become a u;,eful factor in the
world. Success to the new firm.
i Kixo the past twenty-five years
the people of Cass county have
used rare goid judgment in selecting
men to rill the important onke of
sheriff. Such men as J. XV. Johnson.
M. I!. Cutler, II. W. Ilyers, J. C. Eiken-
lary. Win. Tighe, Harvey llolloway
and Win. D. Wheeler men of sterling
worth and good judgment, men in
whom everybody had confidence have
successively and successfully tilled the
oilice. With this good record of more
than a quarter of a century are the
people of Cass county going to turn
the otlice over to person whose chief
characteristics are ignorance and gall,
and who is utterly w ithout experience y
Well, we guess not.
'TT'he United States government is
w conducting a land lottery in the
lands of the Indian Territory, which
the president has just opened to set
tlement by proclamation The land
is no longer to the swift, the nervy
and the artistic with guns as afore
time, when the ''sooner" nourished
and there were picturesque races for
fertile spots. Now in prosy and sober
fashion the land hungry register, and
the quarter sections are assigned by
lot. The tenderfoot has an equal
chance with the border terror. Thus
does civilization take the color out of
NF. of our "loathsome contempo
raries" has discovered that there
are brokers in the newspaper business,
as well as in other lines of trade. Yes,
there are two kinds or newspaper
"brokers" one of which invests money
with a hope of profitable gain, while
with the other it is merely a normal
"alk is commonly supposed to be
cheap, but the firms which have
contracts for building war ships have
presented claims for several hundred
thousand dollars due to delay in re
ceiving armor plate. The delay is al
leged to be due to the desire of con
gressmen to talk on the question. A
congressman thinks nothing of using
up a thousand dollars' worth of time
on a $10 subject.
Missed the train on account of
watch being out of order. No need
to carry a bad time-keeper when we
will guarantee to make a good one out
of it. J. "W. Crabill, Union block.
Washington. July 8, lwi. "Honds.
bonds, where are the bonds, is a sort
of game, something like "Thimble.
thimble," etc. that numerous persons
are engaged in playing. The londs
in the case are those alleged to have
been issued by agents of the republic
of Culia, and the proceeds to have
been expended in fighting Spain.
Where those bonds are and how many
of them are out, is a question that is
a key to the game and not likely to lie.
fully answered until the holders of
them make a demand on the Cuban
government, in process of formation.
One man, who probably knows some
thing about these lond.s, was in Wash
ington recently, conferring with Sec
retary Hoot and the president. That,
was General Maximo Gomez, w hocom-
manded the CuUm army when the
Americans took possession of Cuba,
and he came straight from the man
who knows even more about the bonds
than lie does, because all that were
sfcld had to pass through h is hands.
That man is Tomaso Estrada l'alma.
who was at the head of the Cuban
junta in this country, and who resides
in New York. Gen. Gomez talks a lot
about gratitude bringing him here.
but some signs indicate, that his real
object is to secure administration in
fluence for a Cuban presidential candi
date w ho can be depended upon not to
turn the cold shoulder to Gomez and
his friends who have th ; bonds
Senator Tillman passed through
Washington a few days ago. and he ex
pressed some vigorous political opin
ions. For instance, he said: "It is
stupid to talk of the demeratic party
being the enemy of business Interests.
Wo did endorse the free coinage of
silver, but events have proven that
our contention as to the need of more
money was correct. The prosperity
which the country has experienced is
simply due to the large increase in
the supply of gold through new dis
coveries. We are riding now on the
crest of the wave, but it will not be
long before we get into the trough.
Hard times will come, and then what
are the republicans to do? They have
enacted a high tariff and have given
us a gold standard, and when they find
that neither of these will prevent dis
aster, they will seek to find another
remedv. the result of which will be to
help the rich, without regard to the
Of the future democratic policy. Mr.
Tillman said: "We will be against a
earpet-bag government for the l'hllip-
pines. oecause we Know me evus
which such government brings in its
train. I do not know that the monev
question will figure in the next cam
paign, but I do know that there will
be plentv of vulneraole spots in the
republican armor which we can at
tack." (if the probable democratic candi
date, Senator Tillman said: "I do not
jet see a candidate in sight, but for
fne, will not favor the nomination of
anv one who has not leen identified
with the party during the past four
vcars. 1 lo not see now it is possioie
for so-called democrats to expect the
democratic party to endorse in liXM
the principles to which the republi
cans are now wedded, and yet they are
solemnly discussing the projiosition.
They expect the democrats to move
side by side with the republicans and i
then win. That is not my way of
making a tight."
Col. II. M. Johnson. Texas member of
the democratic national commiitee,
who passed through Washington last
week, enroute to New York, said of
the political -outlook: "The demo-
ciatic party is all right, and it has
full v recovered from the defeat of 1!M)0.
What we want to do to win next year
is simply to take advantage of our op-
p"rtunities The republicans seem to
be all at sea on the tariff question, and
in my opinion the tarilf will again
come to the front as an issue. Hut
there will be other live issues liesides
the tariff in the next campaign."
Senator If anna sent his private sec
retary to Washington to impress upon
the mind of Mr. McKinley the neces
sity for his presence among the Ohio
republicans to prevent the present
bickering growing into a regular cut
throat fight, and the result was that
Mr. and Mrs. McKinley have gone to
Canton to staj' awhile.
As the president left Washington
without appointing a new pension
commissioner, it looks as tnougn lie
lie had decided to allow Commissioner
Evans to keep that position, notwith
standing the hubbubagainst him that
has been aroused by the skillful agita
tion of old soldiers, on the ground
that his construction of the law has
not given the veterans all that was
coming to them in the way of pensions.
It is hinted that an attempt will lie
made to carry the fight against Evans
into Ohio politics.
John Ossenkop, of Louisville pre
cinct, was a pleasant caller at the
Journal office on Monday. Mr. Ossen
kop is one of the charter members of
the Journal's list of readers, and re
newed his allegiance for the coming
BV VIKTl'E OF AN OKDEIt OF SALE
issued hy CJeorKe F. Ilouseworth. clerk
of the district court within and for Cass
county. Nehraska. and to me directed. I will
On the 12th day of August. A. D. 1901
nt 11 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the south
door of the court house in the city of Platts
mouth. in said i-ounty. sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, the following
real estate, to-wit: Ixits three hundred and
ninety three hundred and ninety-one
(:Hd). three hundred and ninety-two
and three hundred and ninety-three C3). In
the Villaue of Oreen wood. Cass county. Ne
braska, together with the prlvileKes and ap
purtenances thereunto lieloneinic or in any
wise appertaining. The same beinfr levied
upon and taken as the property of John P.
Hyan et at. defendants, to satisfy a judgment
of said court recovered by the County of
Cass, plaintiff, against said defendants.
I'lattsmouth, Nebraska. July 11, A. D.. 1901.
W. 1). Wheeler.
Sheriff. Cass county. Nebraska.
J. I Koot, riaintiff's Attorney.
From the Kepuluican.
Miss Nora. Wehrbein, of Platts
mouth, is visiting her cousin, Fred
Gorder and family.
Jacob Koch, foreman iu I'epper-
berg's cigar factory, visited here a
few days last week, with Mr. .1. I.
Fred IJace has leen home the past
week. He has not U-en well, and con
cluded to gain a little more strength
before starting on another trip.
Miss Lou Yallery, of Mynard, vis
ited Clarence Pool and w ife for a week
and also spent Saturday and Sunday
here, the guest of William Pool and
Ex-County Treasurer Eikenbary was
in town Saturday. Messrs. M linger
and Eikenbary own a cattle ranch in
Colorado, and went to Omaha from
here to buy cattle and ship them out
to the ranch.
The "good"' citizens of Union are
greatly exercised over a jietition for a
saloon license that is before t he village
board for action. A remonstrance is
also filed, and it is claimed that many
of its signers are not free-holders.
Down at Avoca last Wednesday
night, Joe Malcolm, who wears the
star, was a victim of a rough-and-t um-ble-catch-as-catch-can.
. When the first
round was ended the gun which Mal
colm carries was gone and lie was bat
tered and bruised. No arrests fol
lowed. At Eagle H. D. Travis, of Platts
mouth. was the orator of the day.
Everything that was on the bills went
off like clock-work, and the Ashland
band played inspiring music until eve
ning when water tilled their horns,
and they departed for home. A fam
ily feud was pulled off with clubs etc..
in the afternoon, and at night a dance
was well patronized.
Master Frank Wilkinson had a rat
tling good time the 4th, that is if you
judged by the appearance of his face
the next day, which resembled a boiled
lobster. He was shooting a miniature
cannon, but accidentally touched off
his supply of powder with his face in
close proximity, and it raised several
blisters, but his eyes escaped injury.
Geo. Sawyer returned Monday night
from a trip in western Nebraska and
eastern Colorado. Mr. Sawyer was
very much impressed with Scott's
Uluff county and thinks he would like
to locate there. However, he has not
decided to make a change just yet.
At Manitou. Colo., he visited his bro
ther, and from there went in every di
rection, taking in the sights and cities
around. He had a splendid trip en
joyable every day.
From the News.
Mrs. J. L. Polk goes to Denver Sat
urday on a visit,' and will also visit
A. G. Pepperberg, of Plattsmouth.
representing Pepperberg's cigar man
ufactory, was in Greenwood Monday.
Thursday's storm was almost, a cy
clone two miles east of town, breaking
off large trees, and shaking things up
Miss Alice Oliver of Murray, is vis
iting relatives and friends in Green
wood this week, and is the guest of
County Treasurer Barton, of I'latts
mouth, celebrated the Fourth in
Greenwood, and renewed the acquain
tance of man' of his friends.
Last Monday's shower was a godsend
to the scorched crops of this locality,
and the splendid rain Thursday came
just right and at the proper time to
complete the good work.
Peaches are not considered a profit
able fruit crop to grow in Nebraska.as
a rule, but there are some rare excep
tions on the little place of W. L. Ath
erton, where he has two three-year-old
trees that are loaded down with choice
peaches. There must be several bush
els on these little trees, which make
a person hungry to look at.
Corn plowing is nearly all done in
this neighborhood, and the corn is
William Puis and family attended
the birthday surprise party which was
given at Adam Ilild's last Saturday
Many farmers have sold their corn
at .38c per bushel, and corn shelling
will soon be the order of the day
Most of the farmers of this locality
plowed corn on Independence day, and
most of the young people spent the
day at Murray or Louisville.
A fishing party composed of Messrs.
J. L. Barton, W. J. Streight and J.
P. Falter went out to Metzger's ponds
on Tuesday. The results of the trip
were seventeen cat fish and a hot
time. James Ilobertson was to have
been a member of the party, but had
to cancel his engagement.
A young man named Andrew John
son was brought in from Waverly
Wednesday, and taken to the poor
farm. He is a sufferer from tubercu
losis of the bone, and is helpless. He
is a resident of this county, but for
some time a brother at Waverly has
taken care of him.
B. Cecil Jack was in the city over
Sunday from Missouri Valley. Iowa,
where he is conducting a bowling
alley. He has the field all to himself
up there, and reports that he is doing
a good business, and is arranging to
put in two new alleys.
The Louisville Courier says: Jim
Seiver of Plattsmouth, after celebrat
ing the 4th in Louisville, attempted
to get aboard the B. & M. freight to
return home, when he met with an
accident which will lay him up for
sometime. He misjudged the speed
of the train, and as he grabbed hold of
the hand rail of the cabrntse his right
shoulder was jerked out of place. He
was obliged to let go, and as he fell
his hip struck on the end of a tie and
he was bruised up in general.
James Windham, son of R. H. Wind
ham, or this city, sixteen years of age,
had the misfortune to le thrown from
a pony Monday and sustained a pain
ful fracture of his right arm. As he
was driving home some cows from the
pasture a vicious dog sprang at his
pony, which suddenly jumied to one
side and then ran, throwing the boy
off. His foot caught in the stirrup
and he was dragged some distance. It
was fortunate that he got no worse in
jury. A clothes line case from wes Platts
mouth. in which .Mrs. Kela and Miss
Muchlinski were the star performers,
was docketed in police conrt for a
hearing Thursday morning. At the
hour set the defendant appeared, ready
for trial, but the plaint iff and her wit
nesses who had been duly subpopna-0,
failed to put in an appearance, and
the case was dismissed, and is proba
bly at an end.
The room in the Waterman block
just vacated by Douglas Shinn's res
taurant and confectionery store, will
lie occupied by the Helps-Richardson-Matizy-Leuchtweis
which will lie removed from the cor
ner room. Another alley and other
improvements are contemplated.
Mrs. E. K. Parmele departed on
Monday for California, w here she will
visit her sister at Napa City, forty
miles from San Francisco Mrs. Par
mele has not seen her sister for nearly
twenty-five years, and has arranged
her visit to be in the nature of a sur
prise. The H. & M. has been doing an ex
tra heavy passenger business all week,
many of t he regular trains being run
in t wo and three sections. The Ep-
worth League excursions and the low-
rates to California and Colorado points
are the causes of the increased busi
Judge Archer issued a writ of resti
tution in favor of Thomas Standiforth
and against Herman Finder, and Con
stable Jack Denson removed the Fin
der gofHls and chattels from the Stan
diforth property in Happy Hollow on
Wescolt & Sons have had a display
of cactus plants in their corner show-
window, which comprized over a dozen
varieties of the prickly plant. The
plants were grown oy Phil Harrison
and formed a rare and interesting col
Halkv watches made to work by Mc
Elwain, the jeweler.
Leading L.ocal Professional
Men Commended to the
Patronage of its Readers
by Tne Journal.
C. A. HARSHALL, D.D.S
Dental Rooms. Fitzgerald Block.
Alt. Work Fibst Class Guaranteed
Halts. 'Phones gji
W. B. ELSTER,
Waterman Block Nebraska
ATTORNEYS -AT LAW
D. O. DWYER
Plattsmoctii - - - - Nebraska
SPURLOCK & TIDD
Counsellors at l aw.
POVKY BLOCK - PLATTSMOUTH
o. s. polk:,
attorney at La-w
WETTENKAMP B'L'K PLATTS
Is fully equipped with new stock,
? new buggies, etc., and can furnish
c the public with first class service.
$ Quick trips to all parts of county.
Same old place.
Same old man.
Come to the office and get
your Ice Books at same
McMAKEN & SON,
c I Nebraska 72-73.
'Phones J Plattsmauth 72.
Union Blocfc, 6th & Main Sts.
NO HUNTING .
ON THESE GROUNDS.
That's a sign you often see on country 'places, but
you will never see it on this store.
We want you to hunt
( Ker the entire town, then como here and you will
Our Dru2 Ijpe is fTore ?ompl?t?
And our prices lower than
To Keep Omt lies
nut up thoso fine screens of Cox's
that admit the air and exclude
pests. These summer door and win
dow fixtures are Rood for several sea
sons and serv the purpose intended
better than anything else. It only
costs a nominal sum a door or window
to fortify your castle against
enemy. Don t lose soverai inanui
sleep to save a trifle.
IPaid. up Capital ------- $50,00C.
Office hours from D a. m. to 4 p. m.
Money to loan at current rates on approved security. Ieposits received
on time certificates at the rate of 3 per cent per annum for six months, .r
4 per cent for one year. Collections made and promptly remitted. Your
business, whether larpe or small, solicited.
Cbarles C. Farmele, President, J. M. Patlerscn, Yice Preside.
T. M. Patterson, Cashier.
spring ana jumnitsi atusiiis
And goods just received
Latest Styles in Cutting
WORK STRICTLY FIRST CLASS
HUDECEK & McELROY
Ebinger Hardware Co.
421 Main Street
1 1 K A DO, U A KTERS FOK
and Haying Tools
Murray Harness Co.
T. H. TOLLIF, Mgr.
Best and newest of rverythlnjj
M A D M C Q Q 1,1 NKETS. NETS
ti A KIN COO KO UK-, Willi's.
SADDLES, BRIDLES) ETC
Sold by F G. EGENBERGER
I JSu iT Awarded )
IC -"O Cold Medal
2 Parte Eatpogltton 1900.
can be found elsewhere.
during warm weathei is the ice cream
freezer. It will turn the hottest day
into one of delicious coolness. All
the delightful frozen dainties tlmt
are so palatable during the summer,
as well as ice cream, can be frozen in
our freezer. We are selling them at
prices that will enable everyone who
wishes to enjoy ice cream at home.
JOHN S. C?C2T,
You're treated white,
With prices right, at
F. S. White's
Fresh Supply Staple
New Stock of
DRY GOODS and
"Tlx Old. Place."
The Ideal f cent ciffar.
Positively the best.
No first class retailer
should be without
Main Street. Plattsmouth.
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