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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1909)
T When in Plattsmouth get your
t ti,o Poriinc iinncA i f The Cosv Corner J
tiuthmann & Cory, Props.
Spend a Pleasant Hour at
iUM ikuop. PROPRIETOR
Items ot Interest Concerning the Going and Coming ot
People You Know
Tho Homo Paper wiichyoo have the greatest in-
' tereat the home new. It every
iue will prove a welcome visitor to every member o( the family. It
should head your list of newspaper and periodical subscriptions.
MONEY FOR FARM LOANS.
It tot ittd a leap Improve1 Firm
LaiJ, it RtMtaUt ntt of lattmt. Writi
o. Ho DiIit- I SIBBERNSEN,
208 battel Stere Bld., Obiii.
I Want Column
Miss Pearl O'Neill visited
Mrs. 0. C. Hudson is visiting
in Omaha j is soon to leave for Calgary, Canada. 1
j C. V. Hay, for eight years the)
at ! "Nasby of Weeping Water is taking i
1 in the Plattsmouth secenery for a few :
BAILEY & HACK
lltett AtiUnct i.k-Gfifl Ortlt- tutoi
tie Price, bru- 'inipped Urnui Of
fice Is Ibe W.ddie Hut.
eteii eiecouhts to ot visitors
M floor t-titun Hlk.lMi, ft r'xrmiu. 0MH. NEB.
rOK SALE 150 improved farms in
Kansas. Lands for sale in Oklahoma,
Texas and Colorado. Improved farms
in various counties in Nebraska. Let
us know what you want for we can
furnish it. Windham Investment Co.
C. A. MARSHALL, D. D. S.
All Work Guaranteed 1
Twenty-six Years' Experience I
Office in Fitzgerald Elock
l Tin PlatUttO'Jtli Stock
and Grain Go.
Have a private wire to all the .j.
market centers including Chicago, v
New York, St. Louis and Kansas Y
City which guarrantees the best l
of service. If interested call for v
any information concerning the V
market, and ask for our market &
FRANK COBELM AN. MCR
Platts. Phone 45, Coates block. S
BARGANS IN REAL ESTATE -30
acres adjoining Plattsmouth $85.00
per acre. Well improved live acre
tract $1000. Eight room house with
two acres $900, easy payment?. A
$12"i0 property forSKaO. 15 acres well
improved on Chicago avenue, ?2f00.
A 7 room cottage at or.e-half its cost
on easy Payments. Cottages to sell
on $10 monthly payments. Cottages
for rent. Windham Investment Co.
LAND AGENTS JOIN US-The Kan
sas City, Mexico & Orient Railway
now has a completed line through
Kansas, Oklahoma and a portion of
Texas, opening up a new and rich
territory, comparatively undeveloped.
An Immigration Department is now
being organized and active, reputable
land agents are wanted. Act quick
write F. A. Hornbeck, Land Com
missioner, Kansas City, Missouri.
t 2 V
row has the spring styles oi
merchant tailoring cloths
in stock. Do not
YOUR SPRING SUIT
until others have ordered ahead
of you. Be a leader. I am now
using the new French proiess of
dry cleaning and pressing-does
not injure- the luintretr- fabrics-.
WANTED-To trade, a fine piano for
a good single driving horse-Plattsmouth
Music Company. 6o-tf
WE PAY 40 A MONTH SALARY
and furnish rig and all expenses to
introduce poultry and stock powders:
new plan; steady work; Address Big
ler Company, X 300, Springfield, Illinois.
Henry Stendyke has returned from
his South Dakota trip.
Mrs. Joe Wales and son are guests
of friends at Avia, Neb.
William Wendt of Louisville was a
visitor in this city Tuesday.
George A. Raker departed the first
of the week for a trip in Texas.
George P. Meisinger of Cedar Creek
was a Plattsmouth visitor Monday.
John Anderson is in Stanton, Neb.,
lo iking after some business matters.
C. E. Moekenhaupt of Wabash was
transacting business in the county seat
Mrs. H. R. Neitzel and family are in
the city from Murdock, visiting with
Miss Gladys Marshall went to La
Platte Monday to be the guest of friends
for u few days.
Miss Ida Guthmann of Plainview is
spending a few days in the city visit
ing with friends.
William Cleghorn, of Louisville, was
looking after business matters in the
county seat yesterday.
Miss Leo:ia Brady returned from
Lincoln last evening after a two weeks j
stay in the capital city.
Mrs. Frank Hay, of V.'eepinj Water, 1
changed cars here Monday enroute to
Glenwood to visit friends.
Julius Bock returned to New Castle, '
Wy., Monday after a visit of several
days with his father, John Bock.
Mrs. Alex Clifton returned Tuesday
to home in Omaha after a visit of
several days with friends in this city.
Miss Helen Gay of Lincoln has re
turned to her homo after a visit of
several days with friends in this city.
G. H. Woods, of Louisville, was a
Plattsmouth, visitor Monday. George
Will Hobson of Eagle, transacted
business in Plattsmouth todiiy, having!
been called on the extra panel of the
Mrs. R. B. Windham, jr., and baby!
of Greenwood are in the city for a few
days' visit with R. B. Windham and
Harry Hinton has returned to his
home in Missouri Valley, after a visit
of several days in this city with friends
Sheriff Quinton quelled an affray at
Union last evening and brought in a
bad man with a rille and lodged him in
tho county jail.
George Born, who recently bought
the M. M. Real property in the First
ward, is making preparations to oc
cupy his residence soon.
Andrew Kroehler, of the firm of
Kroehler Bros, made a trip to Cedar
Creek Monday to make repairs on the
elevator of the Duff Company.
Wel)3ter Josslyn came in Monday
from Sheridan, Wyo., to spend a few
days in the city. He reports being well
pleased with his new work in the west.
Mesdames W. L. Cooper, J. W.
Gamble and J. C. Peterson were guests
last evening and a banquet in Have
lock given by the members of the
O. Cromwell of, Weeping Water,
formerly "mine host" at the Gibbon
House in that city was a Plattsmouth
visitor today, having been called here
on business at the court house.
I. N. Woodford of Center precinct
wa9 a Plattsmouth visitor today, having
come at the invitation of the court
officers to assist at jury service. The
1 News-Herald is indebted to Mr.
I Woodford for a pleasant call.
JUST A WOL3D
The News-Herald is equipped to do all kinds
of Job Printing and will appreciate an opportunity j
to figure with you when in the market for anything
in our line. No job is too large for our ability to i
execute and no job is too small to receive our most
painstaking care, we cordially invite the attention
of our farmer friends to our sale bill department, t
i This is 'splendidly equipped for the prompt execu-
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tion of work of this character, ana our prices win r
be found to be as low as the lowest. To the bus-
iness men, if you will telephone your wants a rep-
resentative will call and quote you prices an any- r
thing you may need. We earnestly solicit a share
of your patronage.
A special consignment
of of fine Linen Box
Stationary at a special
price. 15 different styles
25c PER BOX
F. C. FRICKE & CO.,
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AGENTS SALESMEN-The best article-wonderful
invention just pat
entedtremendous seller, J25 a day
profits easy. Selling the "Patent
Head," a marvelous efficient device,
strongly appeals and quickly sold to
grocers, butchers, larmers, notti i
men and others. The "Patent Head" I
is the greatest economy ever offered, j
It means'a'big saving. Stops waste j
frotn barrels. Keeps their contents,
sweet and fresh. Clamped in place
it remains there as solid as the barrel
itself until released by a eimple turn
of the key. Positively make the
barrel germ, dust and air proof.
Agents are telegraphing daily big
orders. Hundreds of letters from
live agents say that they never made
so much money so quickly. You can
easily clem up $500 to $1,000 the
next '.',) days. Act quick. Territory
going fact. Particulars free. The
National Sales Agency, 121ft Ohio
Building, Toledo, Ohio. 69-6
24 Inches, 2 Oi.
X or 22 Incite
Greatest bargain I
Iffc in Hair Goods!
ever known. Send sample with
money order, and we will match
your hair perfectly, it not sat-
-I sH your money refunded.
I OMAHA HAIR CO.
Old Bosto n Store OMAHA. NCB.
Affray at Union. i
Fred Thrall, jr., had an altercation!
with one Clark, who keeps a res-1
t iurant, at Un'on yesterday af- j
ternoor.. In the affray Thrall
rather got the worst of the right, and
he got a gun and threatened to kill
Clark. Thrall was out gunning when
the sheriff arrived in the village, and
was notified of Thrall's threats and that
he had his ritle with him. Sheriff Quin
ton lost no time in locating Thrall, and
ordered him under arrest. Just at that
time the elder Thrall mistaking the I
sheriff for a brother of Mr. Clark, I
reached for the sheriff and laid hands
on the officer. Sheriff Quinton quickly
released himself drew both of his re
volvers and levelled them at the erring
Thralls. "They came across" and
surrendered like gentlemen. The
sheriff loaded them on the north bound
passenger and arrived at the county
jail in a short time.
at a former term of this court. The
case was" appealed to the supreme
court, and the lower court affirmed.
Homer will now do three years time at
Lincoln, and learn to make brooms.
Winter Has Just Begun
But it is so late in the season that we find it
to be necessary to release some of the money we
have tied up in heating stoves,, and to that end
are making prices that will be attractive to you.
As an illustration of what is being done in the
way of price reduction glance at thes four items:
SPENT MUCH FOR EMBROIDERY.
Plattsmouth to Fori Crook.
"Our company would not look with
disfavor on a line from Fort Crook to
Plattsmouth if the capitalists of Platts
mouth wish to build the line." said G.
W. Wattles, president of the Omaha &
Council Bluffs Street Railway company
and also of the Omaha & Southern In
A committee of the leading citizens
of Plattsmouth was appointed a week
ago to call on Mr. Wattles to see if
something could be done toward build
ing the line. Mr. Wattles says this
committee has not been to see him, but
that while the interurban company is
not in a position to extend its line this
year, he will gladly hear any proposi
tion the committee has to make. Om
Weeping Water Man Dies.
The State Journal gives the following
concerning the death of Tim. Bull, a
former resident of that town who was
buried there Monday. The Journal
says: Word has just reached here that
Timothy Bull, whose home has been
here for many years, died at the home
oi nis uaugnter, Airs. Mackhouse, in
Dewitt, Saturday morning. Mr. Bull
was about eighty years old ar.d was a
veteran of the civil war. Mrs. William
Ash and Mrs. Rector, also a son William,
live in Weeping Water. The body was i ranopy at a cost of 5,2:0 francs
brought here for burial on Monday.
Nanolccn I. Had Costly Coronation
Robe and Throne.
An old Parisian firm which deals in
c-nilMoldorlots and supplied artistic
needlework to the court of Louis XVI.
Is still In possession or the accountr.
of former centuries, and an inspect lor
of these books reveals some interest
ing facts. Nupoleou I. was economical
as compared with the Kinpress Jose
phine, but Ids bills were considerable.
The embroidery on his coronation
robe cost 10,500' francs, and an em
broidered coat cost 3,500. This coat
became too small for him after he had
worn It a year, and he ordered pieces
nf rloth to be Inserted at the seams
and covered with embroidery.
The bill for the first Napoleon's
throne amounted to 53,970 francs.
The outer drapery of purple velvet
trimmed with gold lace cost 10,200
francs. The red velvet panels were
Krewn with embroidered golden bees
at five francs apiece. The inner
flrapory of blue satin, with gold lace,
was 9.C00 francs, and the gold em
broidered stripes for the inner trim
ming cost 8,500 francs. The em
broidery on the blue velvet cushion
cost 3,020 francs, and the foot cushion
1,2(0. In addition there were 1.050
bees embroidered on the panels of the
Buck's Radiant, No. 16 Buck's Radiant, No. 14
was$55, now... $50 was $42, now.... $36
Buck's Hot Blast, No. Buck's Ventilator, No.
IS, was 20, now. ... 18, was $.'W, now ...
You are cordially invited to call and see our
stock of goods. You will be treated courteously, f
and your patronage will be appreciated.
I Kroehler Brothers f
CoeS Over the Road.
Sheriff Quinton returned from Kan
sas the first of the week with Homer
Foster, who was convicted of robbery
Ending the Trouble.
"I thought you were engaged?"
"Well, 1 was for a while."
"Did she throw yon ov r?"
"Oh, no. I found out she had
artificial a::::-cc- '. bve!;e It itt."
A Farm for $10
IT'S VERY UNUSUAL
to see such handsome turnouts as
goes from Manspeaker's livery
stable. Our rigs are up-to-date,
our carriages are swell in style
and comfortable to ride in, and
oury horses are always well
ptyCmctl, well dressed and well
ifTl. When you want a drive
Lome to Manspeaker s for your
Jones' Old Livery Barn
Seventh A MalnSts. riattsmouth, Neb.
Call and Seethe Piano.
The public is cordially invited to call
at the sales room of the Plattsmouth
Music Company in the Riley Block south
of tho postoffice and see the fine How
ard piano which the News-Herald will
give away on the 3d of April.- This is
an instrument which Mr. Becker has
been regularly selling at $300, the price
in Omaha being $325. The manufactur
ers have been making pianos for over
fifty vears and the experience gained in
that length of time is embodied in this
fine instrument. Mr. Becker will take
pleasure in exhibiting it to anyone call
inir nt bin store. Never before has a
piano of this grade been offered in any i tne PllPer
NEWSY BITS OF INFORMATION OF A LOCAL NATURE
CONDENSED INTO A FEW LINES
C. A. Marshall, dentist.
The Majestic, 5 and 10 cents.
The Methodists are soon to issue a
The county commissioners are in ses
sion this week.
Wurl has one of the finest window
displays in the city.
While hunting south of the city yeu
terday morning Fred Rice was fortu
nate in getting a fine specimen of the
Anyone having good residence prop
erty for sale cheap might learn some
thing to their advantage by calling at
the News-Herald office.
Zuckweiler & Lutz are out with a 12x
Republican Lieutenant Covernor
OI Missouri Wins.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Feb. 2.
Jacob Gmelich, republican, will be in
augurated lieutenant governor of Mis
souri tomorrow. He was declared elect
ed by the assembly in joint session to
day after the recount committee had
reported that Gmelich has received
31('),r12 votes, as against 4MiJ5
i for William R. Painter, democrat.
"Montana" will be presented at the 24 bill announcing a 'grand clearance
Parmele Monday evening. j sale to close out a lot of seasonable
W. C. Irwin & Co., are talking about 1 merchandise to make room for the
valentines this week. See their ad in spring stock. Many attractive prices
i are quoted.
! You can always depend upon finding
' something new in Wescott's ad. The
! same copy is never permitted to run
We now have Compound Fig Syrup
at 25c a bottle. F. G. Fricke& Co.,
A movement is on foot for the organ
ization of a second Christian Science
' church in this city.
I The Nkws-Hi rai.I) has secured the
i contract for the county printing for
: the coming year.
j A new billiard and pool room has
votes j been opened in the building formerly
occupied by Kraft Clothing Co.
twice, and these boys have the knack
of making an ad pretty interesting
A democrat must be pretty popular
when a brace of republican ladies will
solicit him to become a mayoralty can
didate, as happened to Hanker Roberts.
The publication of his name in the last
issue of the Nkws-Hkhai.o as good ad
ministrative timber caused all the
Sunny San Luis Valley
Free Trip To Examine Land
WE HAVE DIVIDED A 54,000-ACRE TRACT
INTO TRUCK FARMS CONTAINING
10 TO 1,000 ACRES
PER FARM AT $200 EACH
S1Q CASH AND $10 PER MONTH
No Interest! No Taxes! j j
We want a reliable and energetic man in every
town to form clubs of 15 prospective purchasers.
We will furnish round trip railroad tickets FREE
to one member of each club to inspect land. We pay
liberal commission. Full particulars upon request.
Reference -Any Bank
Kansas City or Denver.
or Danker in St. Louis,
San Luis Valley Land and
Bank of Commerce Bld.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
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