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VOL. VIII. NO. 7.
ONLY A FEW WOEDS.
lie Best (iootls
.Maaamamwiaog-Bi i in nil A I I VT I ClfP f? I) I A I
THE MORE YOU SAY, THE LESS
JOE & FRANK,
The People's Clothiers,
Will sell Overcoa-s, Suits, Underwear,
Shirts, Ties, Hats and Caps at Prices
other house in America can
Please step in and take a look at our
Stock and Prices before you buy.
Have you seen our 50c All Wool
JOE & FRANK,
Waterman block, - Plattsmouth, Neb
IC levant new line of
i vr, in all the lale pat-
It will pay 3'oti to fo
you have a bir line to se-
lect from one that's new.
GERING & CO.
Carry a stock of awfully cheap
Blank Hooks. They have the
best Writing Tablet in the city
for 5 cents.
GERING ck CO.
Are tlie only people in Platts
mouth who carry an assortment
of Lowney's unrivaled Chocolates
and Alleretti's Creams and Choc
GERING &. CO.
Have a Compound Srup of Tar
and "Wild Cherry that ouht to be
in ever' household, to cure bad
colds and lunjr trouble before seri
ous complications arise from de
lay. Many a doctor bill miyht be
saved if you kept our Tar and
"Wild Cherry Compound in the
'ilisr & Co.,
Urn o"4fstvS nticl Stiitloncrs,
North Side Main Street,
The Methodist Divines of This District Now
in Session in This City.
V6U & 00 ! ;
mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmimmmmmm m m
T:.'(). Praise Service II. V. Cope.
8:00. Sermon -"The Holy Ghott :" John 1-4:1; 1 7 . . . InKc Sl.i v n-.
!:00. Devotional . L Kol.len.
0:.'t0. A Discussion of the Subject of the Sermon of the Pre
10:00. Symposium "The Spiritual Life of th Church."
The Relation of the Class Meeting J. II. X. Col.b.
The Relation of the Praj'er Meeting G. M. Gate.
Relation of the Epworth League McKemlree DeMoti.
'Vhv Relation of the IJenevolences Geo. Shumati.
Wednesday Aetekn x.
1::J0. Devotional 1'. K. Tom-!.
1:4 . Educational Address 1). V. C. Hunt ingtoii. I . D.
"The Transition of Methodism. " llir.im ('iirti.
.'':()(). The Woman. s Home Missionary Society,
In Charge of Mrs. (Ylia A. Gates.
1:.'50. "Some Advantages of Wesleyan Methodism Over Ameri
can Methodism." lame Itarron.
"Wednesday K venix ; .
7:.'f0. Praise Service C. M. Shejdieid
S:00. Revival Sermon A. I!. Whitmer.
9 S t E U H UU JV V KJ I I f Clicnnest.
You cannot go to the Omaha Exposition any more,
so spend your time with us. We have the Greatest Ex position
Seasonable Dry Goods
EVER BROUGHT TO PLATTSMOUTH. 5
Special Sale on Dress Goods.. 5
...15c, 19c, 29c, 35c and 39c. rrr
See our New Black Crepons, at one-half Omaha Prices. rrS
New Dress Goods,
Nevv Flannelette Wrappers
Spend pour money trith
us and pet caluc n vw red.
We cannot a font to mis
lead our patrons. A'rrr
hodi knows irhat kind of
foods ire sell.
seen our Line of...
Collarettes, from $2.75 up.
Hig Suit at Lincoln.
Judge Cornish listened to testimony
yesterday in the suit of William L.
Matson,G. W. Holdrege,F. I Foss and
J. VV. Deweese against A. L. Lmmer-
eoa id which the Dtaintins seeK to
make the defendant pay his share of
I a large block of indebtedness incurred
by the South Fork Irrigation company
which he helped bring into existonce,
but which it is claimed he never paid.
The company floated paper through
the Security company of Hartford and
the plaintiffs alleges that they were
forced to take up the whole of the pa
per themselves without the aid of the
(defendant They sue him for his share
of the indebtedness, somt $60,0C0.
The defense is that the plaintiffs
paid the indebtedness out of the as
sets of the South Fork Irrigation com
pany,ruining its credit,and established
out of it the Northwestern Irrigation
company. Mr. Emminon savi he has
been damaged thereby an asks judg
ment for $20,000 by way of cross peti
tion. The whole day in court was con
sumed with the taking of testimony
from the plaintiffs and parties inter
ested as to what they had used to pay
the indebtedness. State Journal.
will be paid for the conviction of tin
man and boy who were seen going to
ous slaughther house, Saturday, and
returning with gunriv sacks contain
ing meat. The man was tall and slim
and went out, and returned on the M
P. track. They were seen by severa
and any information as to who they
were win te paiu lor by caning on
Patterson & Kunsman.
Sheep Herds Imprisoned.
Tacoha. Mot. 28. Thousand of
sheep are im prisoned in th mountains
near Pondelton, Oregon. Three feet
of snow has fallen in the foot hills
there and the sheep cannot get
through it to the valleys below. This
situation results from the fact tfcat
sheep men have kept their sheep on
the mountain ranges as long aa possi
ble because of the dryness of the grass
outside. Unless chinook winds blow
and melt the snow sheepmen will be
I unable to bring their sheep out with
out heavy loss.
ROCK BLIF1S NOTES.
N THE GROCERY TRADE
A. H. WECKBACH & CO.
THEY carry the largest and most complete line in Cass county. Everj
thing fresh and new. They pay cash for our goods and give their custo
mors the advantage of special discounts. A complete line of canned goods
il ways in stock. The only place in the city where you can get all kinds of
3sh Cheese. Call and see us.
L H. WECKBACH & S. Waterman Blk.
Mrs. T. L. Campbell is on the Sick
list the last few days.
The late blizzard has stopped the
preacher's corn shelter for the present.
Mrs. Frank Brosius, who has been
sick for some time at the home of L.
B. Brown, is some better.
Westley Burnett is the name of our
new doctor and he is doing a rushing
business. Success to you doc.
George Kester, who has been farm
ing C. J. Martin's farm for the past
year, will move to McPaui, Iowa, soon.
John Sutton has laid the foundation
for a log house which, wken finished,
will be a thing cf beauty and joy for
Fay Mynard, who has been living
upon" the farm of Levi Churchill,
will move to Iowa. Mr. Heed, who has
baen working for Henry Cramer, will
occupy the place the coming season.
He Can Heal Mow.
Herman Waintroub, the merchant,
tod iy received from California a diplo
ma from the College of Divine or
Spiritual Science, which states that he
has completed a thorough course and
is entitled to act in the capacity as
healer in that faith. Mr. Waintroub
has been very studeous and h's appli
cation has been rewarded by a success
ful examination, and he is well quali
fied in that scienc to act as teacher.
We congratulate our friend and hope
for his abundant success.
Total paid tho Presbyterian church
todate by the City Steam Laundry
$1.07. The only way this amount can
be increased is to patronize them.
TO CCKK A COLD IN ON K DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the monej' if it
fails to cure. 2oc. The genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet
In the District Court of Cass County Nebraska.
in tne matter oi tne estate ot Henry Stoli, de
This cause came on for hearing on petition of
Ilenrv M. Soennicstien as administrator with ill
annexedof e-tateof Henry Stoli, deceased. praying
lor license 10 sen lot iwo ) in me norm-east
quarter of section oo, in town l '.i, range 13, Cass
county, Nebraska: lot three Oi) In the north-west
quarter of section thirty-rive town VI, range
13, aforesaid; the north-cast quarter of the south
west quarter ot said section to. town 13. range 13,
aforesaid, and also lots one, two and three, (1, a
and 3), in block one (1), Young and Hay's addi
tion to the of city plattsmouth, Cass county, Ne
braska, for the payment of debts in the sum ot
$u!32.VW with costs of administering estate and for
sale of land, alleainjj that because of the nature.
situation and condition of said real estate, it w ill
be necessary to sell all of said real estate that
the residue might nt be Breatlv depreciated in
value if enough alone was sold to pay said debts.
costs and expeu-es.ihere not being sufficient per
sonal property to pay said debts and expenses.
It is therefore ordered by me that all persons in
terested in said estate and especially:
Philip Moll, Charles Moll, Mrs. Charles Stoll,
first name unknown: Elizabeth Mcfrarland and
her husband, Mr. Farland. first name unknown:
tteorge Lehr, lieorge Lchr, jr.. and w ife. A.
ienr, nrst name untnowu; onarie? Letir, .M.'iinie
Lehr.Christinae Leach, lohn Leach. Martha Lena
Beery and husband. Mr. Beery, first name un
known: Mena Thierolf. Henry Ihieroif. Ko.anua
Maurer. John Maurer, Louisa Hippie, Joseph 1
Kipple, William Moil, August Stoll, Jacob Moil
ana rrea 1011 appear Deiore me at mv cnamDer-.
office clerk of the district court, in the court
house at Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska,
on the lith day of January, A. I)., ltii. at the
hour ot i o clock p. m.,to show cause why a
license should not be granted to said administra
tor with will annexed to sell all of the above de
scribed real estate. 1 his order shall be served
by publishing same for four successive weeks
prior t day f hearing in the Semi-Weekly
ncns-neraiu. uateu ovemoer A, YJ !-.'.
BASIL S. KAMSF.V,
Judge ot the District Court.
J. Li. Root, Attorney tor Administrator.
Muffs and Fur Trimmings,
.... I'.est selection in town
....In Cotton and Wool Union Suits
:t!tc, IHe, .')!,, 7'.c and S.V
. . . For mittens, 1L'.., I7 1e
Outing Flannels, 5c.
Get a new Oilcloth and Binding for your Stoves..
.Best selection in town from 2j; up m
Get our Prices on CARPETS... 2
...All wool, 50c. Best K. tra-.su per 2-ply all-wool Carpet made for ;."e. See our new
Brussels, M fjuettcs, Axminstcr ami Velvet Carputs. Thoy are beauties all cheaper
than last year no advance on our goods.
Get our Prices on all kinds of Shoes... 3
....The Best and Largest assortment of Shoas and w..rm SIip-r ue have .-v-:i- .shown.
Tablets and Pencils I'M MOB with .School Shoes.
Don't fail to see our new stock of Lamps nv have lamps U lnrn. I -
feriT Agents for Butterick Patterns. Gago Down Corsets and Budd's Babv Shoe.
Good and Cheap.
A nice millinery stock for sale.
quire of J. H. Thrasher.
In the County Court. Cass county. Nebraska.
In the matter of the estate id i runian Hail, de-
Ennah Hall. Norma Hall. Nettie Hall. Waldo
Hall and all other persons interested in said mat
ter are herebv notified that on the linn day oi
November. 1898. Norma Hall tiled a petition in
saia court, alleging anion? other tiiines. that
1 ruman Hall died on the 6th dav of .vovember.
is'.", leavinc: no last will and testament, and pos
sessed of real and oersonal estate, and that
the above named Constitute all the persons in
terested in the estate ot said decensed, and pray
ing lor ine administration thcreot. 1 ou are
hereby notified that if you fail to appear at said
court on the the i ith day of December A. D.
lsi'j. at - o'clock p. m. and contest said petition
the court will appoint Ennah Hall, or some other
suitable person, administratrix, and proceed to a
settlement of said estate.
W itness my hand and the seal of said cot:rt at
Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this, the :th dav of
ftOV. A. LI. 1W. UliOKi.K M . Pl'ROCK,
SEAL County Judge.
In the District Court of Cn.-s County. Nebraska.
Henry Eikenbary, et al
Citizens Bank of I'lattsmouth. et al.
To the depositors, cred itors. tockho!lers and
all other persons interested in the C it; ens'
riankot fiattsmouth. Nenraska:
ouare hereby notified that uivn the -'th
day ot November. A. D. an order was en
tered in the above case by the Honorable Basil
Kamey judge, requiring all persons to show
cause on or before the ad dav ot December. A.
D. 1898. why the claim of Charles L. Ketiedict
against the Citizens Bank for rent from March
j, ism to sept.-niDer IU. Iy4. aijreijtiiig
should not be allowed as a eeunr,,! claim
against the said Citizens Bank and entitled to
its pro rata share ot the dividends, it having been
reuusea ro juagment against said bant: and why
the claim of said Charles L. Benedict for rent
trom September 10. t to March 1. Ih3" amount
ing to$Ml SO against the receiver which has been
reduced to judgment should not be naid as a pre
ferred claim out of the assets of said bank as a i
part ot the expenses incurred in running.
Done pursuant to order of court.
Charles C. PARf ei.f., as Receiver.
Byron Clark, Attorney.
That your children are well shod, for it might save DIPH
THERIA entering your family. Dry feet save Doctor bills.
BEWARE that you are not BAMBOOZLED again and
buy your Shoes at the Old Roliable Regular Shoe Store.
THE TIME IS NEAR when we will have wet, sloppy
weather and that's what tests a shoe, so be careful you don't
get 'em with paper insoles and counters or they will surely
collapse. Take our advice, let us help you select you shoe
and you will come out winner.
WE'VE GOT 'EM! What? Why, SCHOOL SHOES,
of course GOOD AND STRONG at 95c, $1.00, $1.10,
$1.25, $1.35 and $1.50. In all shapes, styles and varieties of
leather and warranted to be SOLID LEATHER throughout
and sewed up FREE OF CHARGE should they ever rip.
We have a CUROSITY in shape of a SEAMLESS SHOE
for YOUTH'S, BOYS and MEN which can NEVER RIP. SEE
i J i
Plattsmouth Coal Yard
is top: flack to huy
ALL GRADES OF WOOD.
Hay, Corn, Oata and all Kinds of F od
Constantly on Hand.
EGENBERGER 5 TROOP,
THIRD AND MATN-STS.
Our stock Is complete in all lines and we
invite our friends to look It oyer. We will
frj'leavor to please you. Call And see us.
STREIGHT 0 SATTLER,
(Successors to Hry Rock.)
Contract taken for the erect:, ,n of Residence
XJarns and any kind of carpenter work, in anv
part of the county. Call ou or address
HARVET HOLMHVAV, I'lattAmonth. Nb
THE PERKINS HOUSE,
F. R. GUTHMANN, Prop.
Rates $1 and 51.50 Day
Centrally Located and Com
PLATTSMOUTH, - - XEJl
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