Semi-weekly news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1895-1909, January 04, 1909, Image 3
SURPRISES FRIENDS! JUDGE LEE ESTELLE 5 I V i bottom of the Baking Powder Question. Buy a can of Calumet today. Put it through the mou rigid baking test that you know. If it ilat not fully come up to your standard; if the baking is not just as pood or better lighter, more evenly rai.ec!, more delicious and whole some, take it back to the grocer and get your money. C. Calumet is the only strictly high grade baking powder selling at a moderate cost. Don'i accept a substitute. Insist upon Caluriet and get it. ISSS9 tfAfi n n Da fc1 irMLaVUVULi U Powder Received Highest Award Food Exposition, Chicago, 1907. When You Bay Oysters Don't Pay For Water Why should you get a pint of water wiii every quart of Oysters? Water i heap bloat and bleaches the oyster spoils its natural flavor. You have never known how good oysters tj'i be unless von liavr bad They are shucked into air-tight s'eel cans and shipped d.recl from the Ixrtls puked with ice around the container, not iti contact with the oysters, til solid meats. And how VoU eel " Sealshipi" Oysters fresh, wholesome, t:t;ererit they are: hr "Jsealshipt Sense," a 1ookht lT"T i r i : I n o ster. 1 1 ..i:r l ir doesn't sell "Scaishivl. " HATT The genuine "Sca'.shipt" Oy!prj ere always sold from a White 1 ti-iu 1 'i:plfiy O.i -e Lvariug the "beiilshipt" trade r;urk i:i Hue. u fur your piouction look fiT u. The "Seali'iipl" C rrier System is p.t'-nicd Infringe Cie-Kts w.H be pr.:.cCUtel to 1 ho full eMcnt of tl.o law. KATIONAL CVSTI-:U CAkKIHK. COMPANY Ask Your Dealer fat PlansiftSf Flour ! Manufactured by Plattsmnatb Roller QCill r. neiSF.L. proprietor PUttsmouth. Nebrttk B I S Want Column FOR RENT. KOI; RKNT Four-room cottage on Vine, between lJth and K'.th streets. For further particulars inquire at News otlire. tf FOR RENT - Five-room cottage, be tween 7th and Sth streets on Marble. Crdl up Platts Phone No. VJ. FOR SALE. FOR SALE -A number in cottages, easy term. of Pargains Cottages for nnt. Windman Investment Company. FOR SALE -A nicely located five acre?, for $10o. Improvement worth more than half this. Windham Investment Company. FOR SALE-My H".0 acre farm. 2 ; miles southwest of Oreapolis and miles northwest of Plattsmouth. For terms call Plattsmouth 'phone No. S line II. dcorge Halmas. "K-8t WANTED. FOR EXCHANGE U.0 aero farm in Steele county. Minn.. (' miles south of St Paul. Wan't Plattsmouth1 property or u small farm near Platts mouth. Address J. I'.. Tuey, Platts mouth. Neb. -l-2 Fre if packages Borax-E Washing Pow'ar three to each home. $4.00 ltKVp'aid. Experience unnecessary. New Method Borax Co., Burling tov Iowa. o-2-2t. CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED In j Lvojir localitv to . represent us. Ex-1 pe-ience unnecessary;$110 per month. anil icxpenses. Write for particulars Monarch Cigar Co. St. Iouis. Mo, AN'TED Girl at Riley Hotel. tf L0T0R STRAYED Red calf with vr iu face, about 6 months old and ' w-ighing about 175 pounds, Finder w.ll be paid for his trouble by return- r same to Kunsman and Ramcre or ! hn tifying them of the animal's where- laliqtts. 55-tf . 4 . . A NAP IF TAKEN AT ONCE-20 rtttfs, high and sightly, first-class six tSam cottage, furnace heat, neces- I ry outbuildings, in city limits, in irJkimj distance of postoffice, $1,000 j m- -. - . . 9 Get at the Baking World's Pure ppctizim and deliciously i outlining jk-w ar.d a':actiw ways of h-re .:;e Minu who : & SON cash, balance on easy terms. No trade. J. llochstrasser, Chicago ave. first house south of Patterson avo. on east side of road, Plattsmouth. i'2-2 PLK OFFER, (15 days only,) bright, sparkling, famous, $" P.arnatto Sim ulation Diamond Ring; brilliancy t equal genuine detection baffles ex 1 perta tills every requirement of the most exacting pleases the most fastidious at only one-thirtieth the , cost of the real diamond. As a ; means of introducing this marvelous and wonderful scintillating gem, and securing as many new friends as j quickly as possible, we are making j a special inducement for the new i year. We want you to wear this; beautiful ring, this masterpiece of: man's handicraft, this simulation i that sparkles with all the beauty, and ..... flashes with all the fire of the gen uine diamond. We want you to show it to your friends and take orders for us, as it sells itself-sells at sight and makes 100 per cent profit for you, absolutely without effort on your part. We want good, honest representatives everywhere, in every i locality, city or country, in fact, in J every country throughout the world. ; both men and women, young and ' 1 1 ...'II it .1. i oiu, f wjii iiui jeu or pawn me Harnatto Simulation Diamonds under the pretense they are genuine gems, as such action sometimes leads to trouble or embarrassment. If you want a simulation diamond, a sub stitute for the genuine don't wait -act today, as this advertisement may not appear again first come, first served. For free sample offer, beautiful ring, earrings, stud or scarf (stick) pin. address Thk Parnatto Diamond Co. C.irard Building. ."9-f. Chicago. WANTED-Representative for sole management Premium Cash Register, introducing a new brand chewing gum with merchants. Large monthly in come. Address National Gum &Mfg. Co.. 414 Lankershim Bldg., Los Angeles. , WANTED To trade, a fine piano for a good single driving horse Platts mouth Music Company. 6C-tf Married ai AiiDurn. Last Monday at the residence of the1; bride's parents at Auburn occurred the j marriage of Maxwell Long of Tarkio, j Mo., to Miss Mary Jane Haus, Rev. i D. W. Wilt of the Methodist church! j "atinS; JMil The young couple departed on thejeat distressed me terriblv. Burdock evening iram xor a inp mrougn tne soum ior a montn, alter wnicn. they will be at home to their friends at Tarkio, where the groom is engaged in the general mercantile business. Mr. Long is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. At wood of this city, , Ellis Daniel's Neighbors Tender Himself and Family Part j ' ing Reception. Ellis Daniel and family, who are soon I to remove to Oklahoma, were the vic tim- of a pleasant' surprise Monday evening, a number of the neighbors calling without giving previous notice of their intention to "storm the castle." However, they were given a cordial welcome and spent several hours in having a general good time. Mr. Daniel declaring that he enjoyed it more than the Oklahoma badger fight. Nice re freshments added much to the enjoy ment of the evening. The visitors were Winfield Swan and family. Blair Porter and wife, Dean Austin and wife. Creed Harris and wife, John Faris and wife, John Chal fant and wife, Wm. McCarroll and wife, John Hostetter and wife, Elmer Chapman and wife, Mrs. James Dar rough and children, Miss Lottie Wun derlich, Charles Swan, Vance Harris, Jack Chalfant, Hi Gruber and Sam Redmnn. Union Ledger. RAILWAYS HARD HIT Army of Workers Depending On Transportation Industry Affected. Railway statistics for 1908 show : Gross earnings (estimat ed) $2,342,499,753 Decrease over 1907 10 per cent Miles laid during 1908 ... 3,214 Decrease over 1907 2,409 Card built during 1908 73,271 Decrease over 1907 109,917 Locomotives built during 1908 2,124 Decrease over 1907 5,238 Total spent for rolling stock and power during 1908 Decrease over 1907. . . . 127,000,000 . 73 per cent Not for fifteen years have the rail- j roads experienced such n disastrous j twelve months' period as the one clos-1 ing Dec. .".I. The down in railway history year will go as the worst since the panic of lSttl'. and almost as bad as the year 1S70. i The railroads of the United States j were compelled to see their gross rev j enues decrease by at least $2l0.(HK.(ti' I ami their net earnings lowered 'by at j least $180. 000, (MX). Such a sudden drop in the revenues of the railroads mces j aarily crippled many industries besides ! that of manufacturing anil selling j transportation. II is estimated that j an army of at lease o.OoO.OOO people de pends uimii the railroads directly for its living and that a greater army of fully 17,HH),000 is dependent directly or indirectly upon railway activities for daily bread. That this army was j severely put to it to maintain itself j during the year just closed, goes with- ui ujwiK. i no economies wnicn me railroads were compelled to effect sud denly and without sentiment threw fully 400,000 employes out of work. This in turn necessitated reductions; in the forces of factories and shops which look to the railroads for the principal portion of their business. Record-IIer- aj kxokc'c- X . A ft Vlty AIIU UOUIliy oo-o-0'o.-e"'o-o- C. A. Marshall, dentist Webster Joslyn left last evening for r-,.... i... V1111.UUV in vviiii'tui v I'uoi I iur. i Ed Mason and wife of Omaha spent i Sunday with relatives in this city. Judge J. J. Sullivan, of Omaha, was in the city on legal business Saturday evening. George P. Meisinger of Eight Mile attended to business matters at the county seat Saturday. Rev. Father Bradley of Lincoln ar- rjVcd Sunday evening to visit his Platts- mouth friends for a short time. Mrs. Mort Coleman of Minco, Okla homa, arrived a few days ago to make a visit with J. C. Coleman and wife. Judge Estelle and little son of Omaha wore overnight visitors in the city, de parting for their home this morning. Photo post cards of Taft at Platts mouth. Now on sale Ten different views at Tc each. Nemetz & Co. next to P. O. The Plattsmouth Music Company has on display a handsome line of sheet 1 musicAoixl clectioULUuI. popular prices. 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 Emma Woodford of New York, who has been visiting her parents at Weeping Water during the holidays, is the guest of Judge and Mrs. Travis. ' W M- Stewart and family who.visdt ed in the city a few days at the homes : of W. H. Newell and J. M. Robertson, returned to their home at Wymore last i Friday. i Mia Filler. winrlh fn r-v,; Friday evening, where she goes to study art for a time. Miss Ellen real- izes that those who specialize win the" successes of life. ., .Hn, HvaTwna:a ' ,. i,;trOBt;nn fnJ years. No appetite, and what I did -j-r-r .fc- , Blood Bitters cured me."- J. H. Walk- ie- Sunburv. Ohio. ,SEC The Kind Von Ham AiHtcts rapt i Bttrsthft j 1 flinaM JJL Addresses the Presbyterian j Brotherhood on Boy and Girl Delinquents. ' Judge Lee Estelle, of Omaha adress- i i ed the Presbyterian Brotherhood at the ! church Sunday evening, on the .subject .children- delinquents. His. lecture was .very entertaining, and instructive. Be fore proceeding with hi lecture Judge Estelle paid a fine tribute, to Judge ! Samuel Chapman, deceased, Judge ; Chapman being one of the first! men in '. Plattsmouth with, whom the speaker' got acquainted,' and he referred to the Judge Chapman's courage and fidelity . with much feeling. The lecture deliver-; ed by Judge Estelle was far out of the j ordinary, his subject being in his daily j work.. Many times during the discourse so vivid were the Judge's portrayals, and sq pathetic the objects of his decisions, many eyes in his audience were moist. The speaker wa3 of the opinion that two of the most wholesome laws on our statute books were the Childs labor law and the law establishing the juvenile court. The Judge says that society will have to answer to the child that is deprived of the chance of going to school, and that society should support the invalid mothers and helpless broth ers and sisters, and allow the. boy and girl a chance to go to school. That many children needed less mathematics and more love of the beautiful instilled into their natures. The sneaker said that the system was , wrong that did not build character, and that an education that did not make character is a menace. The lecture was full of pathos and touching incidents of human frailties which had come under the Judge's observation, and was one to the hearts of his listeners, more than any the writer has heard for a number of years. HEROLD VS. COATES Vprrliet of Turv For S12 5(H) Set Aside by Judjre Travis For Errors. Thursday afternoon the motion for a j m.w tHa, in the case of nerou against ,,.... i,n..-,i lr.,,-,. .Imlir.. Travis. V'IMli n 1 X 111 m .... -r - - " and the motion sustained as to the s c ond cause of action, on which the ver dict was for $7.rtH) and the verdict si t aside. Further time was given the par ties until Saturday evening at 7 o'clock to present authorities on the- motion touching the first cause of action. The verdict on the first cause of action was . , , . , . . r. , $r,000 based on slander while the .,. 0 ' , based on malicious arrest. Saturday j evening Judge Sullivan, A. L. Tidd , and Matthew Gcring-appeared for the; plaintiir and Byron Clark for tho de fendant and submitted arguments to Judge Travis on the instruction in which defendant claimed there was an ' error, while the plaintiffs counsel as j stoutly maintained that there was no j error, and the verdict should stand. Judge Travis took the matter under I advisement until this morning when he ! handed down his decision sustaining the motion for a new trial on the second cause of action, setting aside the ver-1 diet for $7,.r00 and granting a new trial. On the first cause of action the j court found there was evidence suffi cient to sustain the verdict and ordered a judgment entered for the sum of $3,000. Farmer's Institute. On the first of January the Cass county Farmer's Institute closed a two days session in this city. The meetings were fairlv attended considering the season and the many attractions in t he j city to draw the farmers away from the meetings. The speakers were of more than ordinary ability this session and with the exception of the night session on the first day, they were all present to fill their dates. The talk of Mr. Eldridge the road expert was practical and gave the farmers new ideas relative to securing the best of attention to the roads. In about twenty states Road Commissions are formed in the state, which looks after the roads question. The commission is represented by local superintendents in the counties, who report to the county commissioners and thus an organized body of men are entrusted with the work, and good results always follow. The Farmers institute promises to do many good things for the farmers and ' a better meeting is being planned for next year. i Buys Fine Piano. IeS?ln?h?f tlnr pr6JTUi.ei.-t farmers of Plattsmouth precinct was in the city last week and made a purchase of a fine piano, buying from J. A. Becker, the piano man. Mr. Becker has the finest line of pianos in the eastern part of the state, and can save money to anyone wishing to buy. The instrument was a Christmas pre sent for his daughters, whom Mr. Hirz told could have their choice, between the piano aud a gold watch each. The young ladies displayed the same busi ness judgement of their parent, and decided at once that the piano . would afford them more pleasure than the watches, and accordingly made that select5on- an Ea,y Test' bpnnkle Aliens root-tase in one shoe and not in the other, and notice , .i t.. v , i the difference. Just the thing to use ; when rubbers or overshoes become ne- cessary, and your shoes seem to pinch Sold everywhere, 25c. -Don't accept any substitute. O BwntU STOIIIA. ,lh8 K'nd You Have Always Bought Copyright lytS. Diitihcss Mf;;. Co. THE SATURDAY SALE At Smith and Smith's Barn Best Attended and Better Patron- ized Than Any. The public auction of live stocK which occurred at Smith and Smith's barn Saturday of farmer's horses and cattle was the most successful of any yet held in the city since the new movement was organized. Severalgood horses were sold at a price fair to both purchaser and seller, Cattle also were cusposea 01 at miny ; I good prices. Mr. Smith who is expend- ing much energy and time to msfke the sales a success, has at last been reward ed by a representative crowd in town i and a host of appreciative bidders. i There were more people on the streets and in the stores last Saturday than j nas neen seen on one uay i-mvc ; celebartion last Fourth of July. j The merchants who have in any way j assisted in promoting the sales have j been gratified to observe the ihterest growing in the sales, as evidenced ly the increased numbers on the streets. ! The farmers like it better too. when ! they come to the city, they like to ! greet their friends from the different ; pieiii cU ai:d the bigger crowd in town the more life and sociability prevails. ! Fanners are urged to bring in tluir i live stock f what ever kind which yon .1 t- .......I .....I l.tt i ftii.i lull it nil Mill Ill-Ill, .mil iv V .-..v --...j .v who does need it. Judge Thomas Jefferson O'Day, who with their grandparents in this city, presides with dignity over the supremo : Mr. and Mrs. William McCauley, do judicial court of Nehawka, was brush- ! parted yesterday morning for school, ir.g up against the Plattsmouth judges the boys to Council Bluffs and Miss Wednesday evening. He made a pleas- Doris to Concordia Kansas. Mrs. M- Hiit call at the Nr.ws-IlKRAl.l olliee. 1 Cauley accompanied them. CBS Don't be satisfied with read in a about Dutchess Trousers. Call and see them. We will not have to argue you into buy ing. The argument.-is ex pressed in the finished gar ment. They look good and they wear as good as they look. We have sold them in 'Platts mouth for over 20 years. $1.50 to $5. C. E. Wescott's Sons "Where Quality Counts." L,TTLE. L0CALS The Majestic, 5 and 10 cents. Send her a post card of your favorite float. At Nemetz & Co.s . 1Ie" , Bestor has been enjoying a visit from his son Henry, of Illinois. i you KCt one Gf tne SOUVcnirs be- I ing given by the Plattsmouth Music j Company? j prof. e. L. Rouse and son Phil of j peru were plattsmouth visitors over j;ew Year's. j A pet.ker of the Plattsmouth Mu- sic Company ppent Sunday in Omaha j wRh his f amUy Henry Lippert who was severely in jured at the shops last Tuesday, is recovering as rapidly ns could be ex pected. The' Plattsmouth Made Company an nounces that it will present to every ! lady calling at the store a nannsome , j Miss Ethel Rallance left yesterday morning to resume her studies at Peru after spending the holidays in this city with her parents. F. S. Wills arrived Friday from Nuchols county where been ilointr some 1'armiiiLr. lie evening he has will vis- it his parents for a time. County Attorney Kawls has moved his olliee into the tine suite of rows over the Fiit National Itank. where he cm be found and consulted on any legal proposition. Miss Doris Patterson an brothers wno nave neon spending ine noiuniys We wish you all A Happy New Year May the coming year be the most pros perous is the wish of E. G. Dovey & Son 'Q TI3U .... S, Duttlicss MfR. CO MISERY IN STOMACH Indigestion Vanishes T:nros and You in Five Will ATI LI V4 v i Feel Fine. Why rot start now - today, and for ever i id vourself of stomach trouble and indigestion? A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles. Give it a good eat. then take Rape's Diapepsin to start the digestive juices working. There will be no dyspepsia or belching of gaa or eructations of undigested food; no feeling tike a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn, sick headache and dizziness, and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. Rape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here, and will relieve the most obstinate case of indigestion ami upset stomach in five minutes. There nothing else better to take gas from the stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines, and besides, one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food tho same as a sound, healthy stom ach would do. Whin Diapepsin works your stomach rests gets itself in order, cleans up a id then you feel like eating when you come to the table, and what you eat Will do you good. Absolute relief from all stomach mis ery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that you want Pape'a biapi'psin, because you want to be thoroughly cured of indigestion. Wcscll the Monarch Malleable Range. Kriuldcr Brothers, Coatos Block, i V -V 'J f v.