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When in Plattsrr.outh get your
The Perkins House f j
C-.itln.arn & Cory. I'mr.
MONEY FOR FARM LOANS.
It ion nttd i lua an Improvn" Firm
Uat at rciMutit tatt of lalertit. Write
. R0lit. I SI3BERKSEN.
208 bMtti Start Bide-. Oaitha.
BAILEY & MACII
Uttst r(idncf ni.h-0ri Drntht'T tuaa
slcPticn. BrM- iiiipttrd Ontal Of
fice lathtMttdlt ttttt.
t Cll OUCOUMTt to City vitiTOM.
M floor .in.nHilc iMi, A ri.m, OMAHA, NEB.
C. I. MUtSHUL, B. D. S.
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-six Years' Experience
umce in f ltzgerald Block
I lllj riJbbUllUUUI OIUUK
. and Grain Go.
Have a private wire to nil the
market centers including Chicago,
New York, St. Louis and Kansas
City which guarrantees the best
of service. If interested call for
any information concerning the
market, and ask for our market
FRANK COBELM AN. MCR
Platts. Phone 45, Coates block.
Now has the Fpring styles of
merchant tailoring cloths
in stock. Do not
YOUR SPRING SUIT
others have ordered ahead
5- of you.
Be a leader. I ain now
1 using the new French process of
y dry cleaning cr.d pressing-does
not injure' the daintiest fabrics.
We now have a Laxative
Fig Syrup Com
pound FOR 25c PER BOTTLE
Sure and effective. Sold by j
F. C. FRICKE&CO.,
24 Inchas, 2 Oz.
cr 22 Inches
aS3 Greatest bnr(;ain
""""" in Hafr Goods
t money order, ;;ud we will match 3' i5fl
your hair perfectly. H not sat
ijried your muiey refunded. h,'5
OMAHA HAIR CO. I
Cl' -l!ore OMAHA, NEB.
IT'S VERY UNUSUAL
to see such handsome turnouts as
goes from Manspeaker's livery
stable. Our rigs are up-to-date,
our cnrri.iges are swell in style
and comfortable to ride in, and
our horses are always well
groomed, well dressed und well
fed. When you want a drive
come to Manspeaker's for your
Joncn' Old Livery Ham
Seventh I Main Sta. I'lutlf mauth, Ni b.
lend a Pleasant Hour at
The Cosy Coraer
o.m troop rRoritiEroiit
J THE PLATTSEVIOUTH
P. F. COOS. Prop.
A. L. TIDD
Dank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nehawka Hank, Nehawka.
Hank of Murdock, Murdock.
First Nat'l bank, Greenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, Plattsrnouth.
WANTED-To trade, a fine piano for
a good single driving horse I'latts
mouth Music Company. 03-tf
CIGAR SALEMAN WANTED-In
your locality to represent us. Ex
perience unnecessary; $110 per month
and expenses. Write for particulars.
Monarch Cigar Co. St. Louis, Mo.
WE PAY $80 A MONTH SALARY
and furnish rig and all ,expenses to
introduce poultry and stock powders:
new plan; steady work; Address Big
ler Company, X 900, Springfield, Ill
inois. AGENTS-SALESMEN-The best ar
ticlewonderful invention just pat-ented-tremendous
seller,' $25 a day
profits easy. Selling the "Patent
Head," a marvelous efficient device,
strongly appeals and quickly sold to
grocers, butchers, farmers, hotel
men and others. The "Patent Head"
is the greatest economy ever offered.
It means a big saving. Stops waste
from barrels. Keeps their contents
sweet and fresh. Clamped in place
it remains there as solid as thj barrel
itself until released by a simple turn
of,.th- key. - Positively-mnk-the-
barrel germ, dust and air proof.
Agents are telegraphing daily Lig
orders. Hundreds of letters from
live agents say that they never made
so much money so quickly. You can 1
easilv clem un S500 to $1,000 the
next 30 days. Act quick. Territory
going fact. Particulars free. The
National Sales Agency, 1219 Ohio
Building, Toledo, Ohio. 69-6
FOR EXCHANGE -An 80 acre farm
in Kansas and a 160 farm in Min
nesota for Plattsrnouth propertj.
Windham Investment Co. 76-3
FOR SALE CASS COUNTY FARMS
10 acres, 171 acres, 70 acres, 143
acres, 120 acres, 80 acres, und small
acrage tracts. Windham Invest
ment Co. 73-3
ATTENTION-If you want u home in
Plattsrnouth, we have sixty from
which to make a selection, terms to
suit purchaser. Call at oflice for
particulars. Windham Investment
FOR RENT OR SALE
38 acres ad
See us for sale bills.
C. A. Marshall, dentist.
The Majestic, 6 and 10 cents.
Something new in post cards every
week. Nemetz & Co. next to P.O.
We now have Compound Fig Syrup
at 25c a bottle. F. G. Frick & Co.,
Some cigars are only cigars, but
Pepperburg's"Buds"are a good smoke
Photo post cards of Taft at Platts-
mouth. Now on sale-Ten different
views at 5c each
Nemetz & Co.
to P. O. I
Now is the time to have your piano I
tuned. Mr. Becker of tho Plattsrnouth I
Music Co. is an experienced man in 1
this line of work. I
: Job printing of all descriptions is
promptly executed at the Nkws-Hkr-
ALD office. Let us figure with you on
When buying candies, why not buy
'the best? We always have a fine line
j of the superior grades on hand. Ne -
i metz & Co. next to P. O.
THE COUMTY BOARD
REGULAR MEETING HELD AND USUAL AMOUNT OF
ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Plattsrnouth, Nebraska, Feb. If., j C. E. Quinton, sal'y and Imard
1909. Board of County Commissioners J ing county prisoners
met m regular session, with all mcm-
bers present. Minutes of previous
meeting read and ntmroved. whereupon
the following business was transacted
in regular form:
Bond of Dr. J. W. Brendel, county
physician district No. 3 approved.
Bond of Dr. J. B. Martin, same dist.
No. 1 approved.
Bond of Dr. N. D. Talcott, same dist.
No. 5 approved.
Bond of Dr. J. F. Brendel, same dist.
No. 2 approved.
Bond of Dr. M. M. Butler, county
Bond of Henry Snoke, road overseer
road district No. 16 approved.
Dr. I. C. Munger was this day ap
pointed county physician dist. No. 6
for the year at salary of $5(1.
Resignation of Dr. E. I). Banghart,
county physician dist. No. 4, accepted.
Petition Hsking for a liquor license to
Andrew Thompson to sell malt, spirit
uous and vinous liquors at Cedar Creek,
Eight Mile Grove precinct, filed Feb. 1,
1909, same was laid over for future
James Robertson, State vs.
Frank Young $ 4 95
James Robertson, State vs. Wm.
Riley et al 20 65
C. D. Quinton, same 12 60
Wm. Baird, witness
C. H. Wilson, same
Guy McMakcn, same 2 00
W. L. Pickett, same 4 00
Ben Rainey, same 4 00
E. Manspeaper, same 4 00
Clyde Jones, same 4 00
J. R. Denson, same 2 00
C. A. Rawls, same 4 00
Geo. Bruhl, same 7 50
L. B. Egenberger, same 4 00
Frank McElroy, same 2 00
P. S. Barnes, State vs. N. C.
Klepser et. al 5 75
James Robertson, same 3 75
W. E. Rosencrans, recording 20
bonds 15 00
W. C. Ramsey, sal'y for Jan... 83 31
L. D. Switzer, eame 18 50
C. R. Jordan, same 20 00
M. L. Fiiedrich, same. 18 00
Dr. J. II. Hall, salary county
physician 48 50
Diers Bros., mdse to poor IS 81
News-Heralp, printing 3 50
E. A. Wurl. mdse. to poor 10 00
A. Bach & Son, made to poor... 22 00
Neb. Tele. Co., tolls and rent . .. 10 50
M. Archer.State vs. John Peter-
son & t amerson
C. D. Quinton, same . .
E. H. Wescott, witness
Ben Rainey, same.. . ,
t r i .
C. D. Quinton, same
, 1 00
M. Archer, State vs. R,
Haines. 4 25 i
C. D. Quinton, same 2 10 )
I. C. Manger, sal'y in full 1908.. 21 50 j
Oliver Typewriter Co., ribbons.. 1 20
Platts. Tele. Co., tolls and rents 25,40 j
C. D. Quinton, boarding city j
prisoners 9 30 I
C. D. Quinton, expense 13 91 j
Parties from Cass and Adjoin
ing Counties Will Look at
The writer will leave Tuesday, March
2nd for Calgary, Alberta, Canada to
inspect the cheap Canadian Pacific Rail
way lands near that city.
These land3 are fine, open, grass
covered prairie lands on the main line
of the Canadian Pacific Railway and
close to the thriving city of Calgary
Theses lands sell at $15 an acre for
non-irrigated and ?25 an acre for irri-
gated areas on ten-year crop-payment council, who in a few well chosen word.4
plan if desired. 1 reviewed the history of the past thir-
Round trip fare from Omaha $42. teenyearsand them introduced thechair
Special Canadian Pacific sleeping car ; man of the evening, Hon. R. H. Wind
used as a hotel from St. Paul. : ham. An excellent program had been
This excursion will be in charge of prepared, opening with a piano hoIo by
the Shedd Investment Co., of Ashland, j E. II. Wescott. This was followed by
Nebr., general state agents for the a vocal solo by Don C. York a recita
Canadian Pacific Railway Colonization tion by Miss Vesta. Douglass, a vocal
Department, and the undersigned. ! duet by Mesdarnes Mae Morgan and E.
See me at once for accommodations.
CEORCE L. FARLEY.
Office in Coates Block. Telephone 127.
N. B. Among the large member of
Cass county purchasers of this lands ,
are C. E. Wescott and W. S. Soper of'
Plattsrnouth, II. G. Todd of Murray, I
Chris and John Gauer of Cedar Creek, j
! N- L. Williams, Geo. Frater, A. Diet-
' r'ch and John Shoeman of Louisville,
E. Sturzeruegger of South Bend, Dr.
I. C. Nuinger of Elmwood and others.
Hat Eye Injured.
George Bickert.a young farmer resid
erinir a few miles southwest of F.lm-
won(J met nn unfortunate accident
( Monday while in the act of trimming
: up the trunk of a trie As hc WM
I chopping on the fallen tree a limb flew
j up and struck him squarely in the eye
, cutting the eyeball badly. Mr. Bickert
fwas taken to Lincoln to have his eye
treated by a specialist.
Joe Mullen, sal'y soldiers relief.
Geo. N". LaRuo, same
J. W. Johnson, same
Ed. Roberts, witness Ossenkop
Mrs. II. Kettlehut, same
Frank Hursh, same
Ed. Wochter, same . . 8
Aug. Spahnley, same 9
Frank Hardy, same 10 70
Wm. Ivcy, same 10 70
Wm. English, same 11 40
Joseph Hansen, same 9 60
J. T. Lyall, same 10 70
Geo. Vanney, same.... 8 60
Alvin Sehradey, same 10 00
Desh Hush, same 8 70
Frank Elements, same 8 70
Geo. Kberle, same
Max Spahnley, same
Neb. Lighting Co., gas and
Platte Mutual Insurance Co., in
surance 10 90
Streight & Strcight, burial of
dead 5 00
F. E. Schlater, juror certificates 260 70
James Robertson, Fees State vs.
Homer Foster 33 75
C. D. Quinton, same 7 50
Louis Hachler, same 38 20
A. L. Tidd, paid reporter, same. 29 50
A. L. Tidd, transcript, same ... 10 00
James Robertson, bal., same. ... 6 50
James Robertson, supreme court
costs if, 80
Lawrence Smith, witness 4 00
Jason Fountain, same 4 30
H. C. Hansen, same 4 30
J. W. Berge, same 4 30
James Robertson, same 4 00
A. L. Tidd, same 2 00
C. D. Quinton, same 2 00
Dr. J. D. Jones, same 5 00
Dan Phelps, same 4 70
Jessie M. Robertson, same 2 00
John Foster, same 16 60
W. g. Kittrell, same 4 30
Dr. J. B. Martin, same 4 00
IL E. Weideman, mdse. refused
L. J.' Mayfield, printing to county
C. H. Smith, postal supplies
W. C. Ramsey, expense Ossen
kop & Tltacker murder cases. .
G. R. Olson Co., photograph of
, John Thacker
A. F, Seybert, road work R. I)
I W. C. Bartlett, same No. 15. . .
I Geo. Van Horn, same No. 2. . . .
j M. Sulser, same No. 1
I Wm. Stohlman, same No. 8. . . .
!W. II. Seybert, same No. 2...
Geo. Pick, same No. 2
i Geo. A. B. Hicks, same No. 2.
R. D. No. 10 100 00
Edmunds & Brown, lumber for
bridges 119 32
Board adjourned to meet Tuesday,
March 2, 10(H).
W. E. Rosencrans,
FINE SOCIAL EVENT
Local Organization of Knights
and Ladies of Security Cele
Monday evening at the Coates' hall
was celebrated the thirteenth anniver
sary of founding of the local council of
the Knights and Ladies of Security.
Dr. Pcttijohn of Toneka, Kansas, na
tional medical director of the order, and
Mrs. Clark of Nebraska City, national
conductor, were present and made brief
The meeting was called to order by
C. H. Smith, president of the local
H. escott, an instrumental duet by
Misses Mina Thierolf and Ethel Leyda,
a solo by Miss Ella Margaret Dovey, a I
reading by Marie Douglass, a mixed'
quartette by Mesdarnes Morgan and
Wescott and Messrs. Don C. York and
Prof. Brook?, a piano solo by Frances
Whelan, a male quartette by Messrs.
Jennings Sievers, George Falter. Clar-
erne Staats and Glen Scott, and a vocal !
solo by Prof. II. S. Austin. The re-'
mink has been frequently heard since
that it was the best program which has
been rendered in this city for many
weeks. Refreshments were servtd dur
ing the evening after which dancing
was indulged in until a late hour. j
W. N. Minford, of Elmwood, return-j
cd the first of the week to resume his 1
duties as juror. j
Mrs. A. K. Stiger, of Omaha, return-1
ed to Omaha after visiting D. IJ. Smith I
and family for a few days.
11 10 1 -9
It u economy to use Royal Baking Powder.
It saves labor, health and money.
Where the best food is required no other
baking powder or leavening agent can take the
place or do the work of Royal Baking Powder.
Kiom the Heiicon.
Miss Myrtle Dickinson of Elmwood
is spending the week with her cousin
Monday evening another blizzard
reached town, although pretty cold and
stormy no damage was done.
Harmon and Ethel Frohlich drove to
Elmwood, Saturday, and spent Sunday
with the family of their uncle, J. W.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich Butt,
February 7, a girl. Detrich was doing
the right thing Monday by passing
around the cigars and when asked the
cause he quickly explained the above.
Both daughter and mother are getting
Geo. E. Dovey, President.
F. E. Schlater, Vice Pres.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business
and Repectfully Solicits a Share
of Your Patronage.
A Farm for $10
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
$10 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH
No Interest! No Taxes!
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 L'ank
Kansas City or Denver.
San Luis Valley Land and
Hank of Commerce Bldg.
GRAPES, from their most health,
ftil properties, give ROYAL iU
active and principal ingredient
Quite a number of Eagleitics attend
ed the different theatres in Lincoln Sat
urday evening, one young couple were
quite bashful on the way up.
Miss Grace Dickson of Elmwood spent
Friday and Saturday with her cousin,
Mrs. Hrinkworth and aunt Mrs. John
The editor became homesick last
week so took himself oft" to Beatrice,
Friday, to spend a day with his parents
and old chums.
Miss Ora Smith of Springfield, who
has been a guest at the home of Miss
Ethel Adams for the past two weeks,
returned to her home Mouday morning.
During her visit here Miss Ethel gave
several informal parties for her, the
evenings were pleasantly spent at "Forty-
II. N. Dovey, Cashier
C. G. Fkicke, Ass't Cash.
On Time Deposits.
or Ranker in St. Louis,
KANSAS CITY, MO.