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By H R. NEITZEL.
'Phone No. 99
What You Like
When You Like
Hut deposit your money
It is possible that you
have never felt the abso
lute necessity of having a
bank account, it is prob
able you coulil drift aloner
for years without one but
IF YOU KXI-ECT TO
FORGE TO THE FRONT
in thin life in a financial
way it is essential that
you have a Hank f Account.
We Rive you a personal
invitation to make this bank
your depository whether
you have n small sum or a
large one to lay aside for
8a fe keeping.
Bank o! Murdock
H. R. NEITZEL, Cashier.
Individual R.-sponsibdity Over
wedding a dainty luncheon was served.
All present report having had a mot
!",( In! l.nrrin oil le:ie
Louie Pub put up ice Tuesday.
Grandma Thomas is on the sick list
Dr. W. Davis of Lincoln spent Sun
day at the J. A. Davis home.
Mrs. D. Murray visited with Mrs. G.
E. Fritzpatriek Friday afternoon.
Mr, ard Mr.- H. Heck attended at
the funeral of Mrs. Jesaie Ilostetter at
her duties in the school room haviig
recovered from her recent illness.
Wrri. Uikli returned last Tuesday
from N'aperville, HI., where he at
tended school during the fall and winter.
Mrs. L. Lau returned to her homo at
Richfield having spent several weeks
here visiting with friend and re la-' I-twiston Friday.
tives. Ray Davis ai.d family and Ora Davis
Mrs. VV. O. Gillespie, Miss Viola 1 (1 were Sunday guests of J. A.
Everett and Harry Gillespie did some Davis ai.d family,
shopping in Omaha last Friday and John Murray and family of I'latts
Saturday. mouth wee visiting with D. Murray
Paul Cornemeier returned last week aml family Sunday,
from Omaha where he has spent some j Mrs. II. Deck and Mrs. G. E. Fritz
time learning the automobile business! patrick were visiting Mrs. D. Murray
from A. to Z. j Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. A. J. N'citzel returned to her1 Mrs. Steve Deckner of Nehawka was
home at Lcwiston, Neb., Thursday ! visiting at the Kusterhullz home last
evening after a two weeks visit at the Wednesday anil Thursday,
home of L. Ncitzel. j Harmond Heck and family went to
The local elevator men have been Elimvood Saturday for a visit with
buying considerable grain the la?t few j relatives returning home Monday,
days owing to good prices and moving ; jj. Murray and family and Harmond
ume urawing near. Heck and fumilv were visitinir C.hns.
Ilerren and wife Thursday evening.
D. Murray and family moved Wudnes-
; day to a farm near Union.' Roy Gregg
the place vacated by Mr.
Mike Sorrick has entered the sick
list this week.
0. F. Carr is learning the harness
business with A. .J. Tool.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. (Justin were Om
aha passengers last Tuesday.
Merle McDonald spent last Sunday
in Lincoln on important business.
Miss Emma Bornemeier who is work
ing in Omaha was home over Sunday.
George Momey has recovered from
his recent illness and is up and around.
The dance given at the Woodmen
Hall Monday night, was well attended.
Miss Martha Goehry wa: home from
Plattsmouth to spend Sunday with her
Oscar H. Allen shipped two carloads
of cattle to the South Omaha market
from here Wednesday.
G. G. Williamson was called to Syra
cuse Sunday to the bedside of his wife
who is on the sick list.
Miss Mae Schaal has again resumed
The baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Craig Sunday Feb. 7th died the
following Thursday after a brief illness.
i ne bereaved parents nave the sym- wjU f arm
pathy of the entire community. ; Murray
Last Saturday afternoon the members j ncrman Comer and Richard Smith
of Miss Jo Eveland's Sunday school ; of Union and Guy Alurray of Eight
class gave a kitchen shower in her j Mile Grove came Tuesday to help
honor at the home of Mrs. E. II. Davis. ijavi(1 Murray whu is movln(f t0 a falm
Dainty refreshments were served. , nmr Unioilf where he wiu fann thu
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lcis and family following year.
and Arthur Rager left this week for !
Gordon, Nebraska where Mr. Lcis will; Second Church ol Christ, Scientist,
erect a house for Oat Rager who has ! Sunday school 9:43 a. m.
purchased a farm there and will move! Divine service 11 a. m. Subject,
there as soon as the house is finished, j "Mind."
Mrs. O. P. Stewart and family are The reading room in the Coates block
visiting here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Goehry, while 0. P. is moving
the household goods and effects to
Schuyler, Neb. Mr. Stewart pur
chased tho Schuyler Sun Eome time ago
and being unable to secure competent
help was forced to resign his position
as principal of the Farrairut. Iowa
schools and take charge of the paper I
Last Saturday Miss Meta Neitzel j
gave a valentine party at her home for j
twenty of her girl friends. The feat-1
is open every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday afternoon from two until
Si Luke's Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m
Divine service at II a. m.
Sunday evening at 7.uO p. m.
Friday evening at 7.130 p. m.
Canon H. 15. Durgess.
Farms For Sale.
Iamofferinga farm for sale two
ure of the evening was a colored wed-; miles south-west of Mynard at ninety
ding in which most of the guests took ! dollars per acre. Also one 1-2 miles
part, all being appropriately dressed 1 south east of Murray. Earl V. Cole,
for their respective parts. After the I Mynard, Neb. 7-1-8
j a , ( a "-j y-M3ri'
KKiada si ilis sajflasaaJayJalasiha
-"" ' a a t o j oiffi
The new 1909 Majestic Ranga
is a beauty. It is made better
and smoother than ever. Over
300 satisfied users in this im
mediate vicinity can testify to
its merits. If you need a range
let us show it to you.
T " V
We wish to turn our remaining stock of winter goods into money. Also wish to make
room for new spring goods that are arriving daily, and offer you first-class
goods at great money saving prices. At the prices quoted .
below it will pay you to buy heavy:
Underwear 20 per cent discount. Sweater coats at greatly reduced prices. Some excep
tional bargains in shovs. Our entire line of glove3 and mittens at 20 per cent off. A few
two piece suits at 2.". per cent off. A few odd pants at 25 per cent off. All Flannels and
Outing flannels at 15 per cent off. All wool drc:-s goods on sale at 15 per cent off. Our
entire line of 12 and 15c ginghams, will go at 10c per yard. Work baskets.all kinds, 23c.
Our grocery line is always replete with the best goods at the lowest possible tprice.
Childrens bear skin coats at almost half price. '
The highest possible price will be paid
for all kinds of poultry and farm produce. Please do not ask for
credit at these cut prices. Sale commences February 18, and closes Saturday, February 27.
A. Kaufman and Daughter
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
THE ROUND UP
1 J I Were married during the last few days. ' furt room in the City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
i.o, ai ten o c ook
b. m. ami that all objections, if any. must be nleti
tt i nv, il tut .1,- .. .ni lonino-roaayor tebruuv
. v.t.i..vi vii.it, nit ivauiuviuu in a. in. ami that all objections
come before the citv council in a format "" .(" "aj'l day and hour of henrins.
" ! witni HM my riiio'l ami th
way immediately uj on the return of
,r ! Mayor Moore, who in in California with
u:c ciiamtier ot commerce excursion.
Buys Home In Union.
Ree'e Delaney has sohl his line new
residence near the high school building,
Mrs. Tobitha Thacker b?ing the pur
chaser. Mrs. Thacker has leased the
farm home and will move to this village
abouv the flr?t of next month, where
the lamily will have a splendid home
and be near our excellent schools.
In County Court.
Eig Production to Be Given
the Boyd Theatre at
For one week befrinninjr. Sunday
evening Feb. 21st Klaw & FrlUnger's
massive production of "The Round-up"
will be represented at the Boyd's
Theatre in Omaha, The original New
York caht and the entire production
will be seen here. This play was first
produced in Chicago, where it ran all
summer, after which it was taken to
the New Amsterdam Theatre in New
York for a limited engagement of four
months. At the expiration of the time
allotted at this famous playhoube, the
interest in the extraordinary play con
tinued so keen that it wa3 moved to the
Broadway Theatre, where it enjoyed a
most prosperous run of three more
months. Its tense story, astonishirg
novelty, wonderful realization of West
ern scenes and incidents, and the way
in which it is done, combine in a marvel
ous entertainment that holds the atten
tion of the auditor from the opening
scene until the final curtain is reached.
"The Round-Up" is a play with the
bigness of all outdoors. So adroitly is
it handled that it is about as untheatric
as a dramatic production well can be.
With its stirring scenes before him the
spectator loses sight of the fact that he
is insit'e the four walls of a theiv'.re.
The great far West is magically trans
ferred to city doors and the blood is
set tingling with all one sees and hears.
The plains, the mountains and canyons
have an irrcsttible fascination for
every one, but there are comparatively
few with time enough to enjoy their
wonders and delights. In "Tho Round
Up" the bracing, vigorous atmosphere
of life in the open is preserved with j loft aurvivinB him a hi nole and only heirs at
, ... ,. . , . ' . law the followinH named children, to-wit: Riwie
tiiariinig niieiiiy anu truin.
The dramatic incident of twenty
mounted Indians ridirg along a ledge
on a clilT in the third act and the mar
vtlously realistic battle scene add an
element of realism to the play which
the seal of the eountv
ci:urtofC.iKs county. Nebraska, this V!0th day of
January. I!!. ALLEN J. Bkkson.
tilM iil:al! County Judgf.
To I.lrzy Mayboo. defer !ant. take notice that
on me Kin oay ot January, ltx '.i, Martha Mayrxc,
pUintilf heri-in. filed her petition in the Li.strkt
Court of Cbh rounty, Nrbia!ik:i, aifainut said de
fendant, thu object and prayor of which is a
divorcefrom the bonds of matrimony, for the rea
son that the defendant baa dcae.-ttd the plaintilT
for mote than two years lait pat, and fails and
refused to support plaintilT, and is on habitual
drunkard, and has licatid pluintitr with extreme
You arc therefore required to answer said peti
tion on or before Marti' 1 '.. luK.
I ated January l'jou.
By M. AiiciiKK. Martha Mayiiee.
hti attorney. plaintiff.
StaU ct Nebraska.
County ot ( ass. t'
In the matturof the estate of Lliza S,
To all pt rnonii interested:
You are beieby notilied that there has been filed
in thia court a petition, allctrinir anion other
things, that said Kliza S. Shephctd. departed this
life, intestate, in the City of l)cnver. and State
of Colorado, leaving real estate aituat in Casa
County. Nebraska. The prayer of said petition is
that kukI estate be administered and that Jacob
H. Shepherd be apiiointed administrator of aid
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had upon said petition before thia court at the
county court room at Plattsmouth, in said county,
on the 9th day of March l'.K'i). at ' o'clock a. m.
and that all objections, if any, must be filed on or
before said day and hour of hearing:.
Witness my hand and the seal of tho County
Court of Cass County, Nebraska, this pith day of
Ramsky & Kamiiky. Allen J Bkkson.
Attorncya. County Judge.
m. In County Court.
Order ol Hearing.
State of Nebraska,
County of Cass.
In the matter of tho estate of Isaac Julyan. d
To all persons interested:
jou are ncreny notmed that there haj been filed
in the court tho account of the administrator of
said eatutu and his petition for iinal settlement,
allegina therein anion other things thnt the
heirs of this estate nor himself as admininrator
had no notice of the hearing before this court on
the 3rd day of January, lyox. at which timellraf
decree was entered in this estate. The prayer of
aaid petition is that said decree be set aside and
his account as filed herein bo ullowed, and that he
be discharged a auch administrator.
You are further notified that there will he a
hearing upon said account and pejition before th:
court in the county court room in the City of
Plattsmouth in said county, on the 2fith day of
Kebruary. 1!9 at 10 o'clock a. m. That all ob
jection, if any. must bo filed on or before said day
and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand ami the seal of said court th a
22nd day of January. 1909. Allen J. Beeson.
t9-8 LckalI County Judge.
In the District Court of the ( ounly of Cass.
Daniel Lynn, ot al., Plaintiffs, I . ,
va '.Notice of Ref
Andrew I.vnn. el id Defendant. ( ereoaSale.
State of Nebraska. '
County of Cava. '
In the matter of thu cs'atc of James Skoumal,
Whereas France Skoumal, on the 1st day of
ulwi,,, tw. .,i:t i
an inhabitant and a resident thereof, and that he described lands: The southwest quarter, of the
was noiaul and possessed of Fractional lta six-1 nutnweat quarter, less one .ot in the south side
teenand thirty-nine of the south-east quarterof j thereof, numbered lot thirty-one (:!1) containing
the north-wesi quarter, section thirteen, township : fevn'V-threo (.,a) one hundredth of an acre;
twelve, north range thirteen. Citv of Plattsmouth, I otc'l;y' '. ln.t5 north-east corner of said
Cass county. Nebraska, raid real estate being l"n1. being occupied hy the right-of-way of the
listed in the ollicc of lha county clerk as lot six- . J '""ur' yMiionny. mere oeing
teen, of the value of one thousand l.000.0() I ahou.t. thirty-eight and eigluy-ono hundredth
It. I'.W, tiled her petition in thia I . V. . ' "? , 1 "l rDruary .ntn
:ing that James Skoumal departed thia ; lKn -.k-k. m..attn south door
. in Cass County. Nebraska, on or ?' " couit nouse in the lounty of Usa, Ne
k.i., ..t n....,i . a i n.iy .u.i I braska, 1 will offer at pubic sae the fnll.twinr
dollars, and no more: that the said JamesSkoumal
Skoumal, aged nine ycais, Charles Skoumal. urcd
seven years, David Skoumal, aged four years and
Lucille Skoumal, aired two yearn, and your peti
tioner his widow and that said estata is wholly
exempt from attachment execution or other
mesne process and is not liable for tho payment
of the debts of said deceased, if any ho left, and
CHM) acre in tho title of tho narties heret
Also, sub lot five (M being the south ten acres off
the north-west quarter of the south-west quarter,
except lot twelve (12) occupied as 'ailroad right-of-way
otr the east end thereof, lirg about
ninety six one hundredths '.9 ) of an acre: also
lot six 16), being the pouth ten (M acres of the
north-east quarter of the south-west quarter ex
cepting lot thirteen (Hit off the ast end of said
lot six (61, occupied at: railioail right-of-way, also,
a lot sometimes ctilleti twentv-ono 21) and some-
V"J m'H iui iitui tim u,niii 94. in jfvtiti'jii uiititimi .. , , , .... a .
an order may bo entered in this court dispensing i t,me" ca,1,L'd f,,r,'-ne '""'"P "orth ten
....--L J : - - ... - . . . . I aert'S Ot LhC Mllllth.Pnkt ni:lrt.fV.tr llm .nntk.n,.Lt
v. , . ii i . i. . , wun me rPKuiar aamir.isiraxion oi saiu cst.iTif ana . . ' .
has rarely been equalled 111 the history establishing the dato of the death of said rie- "iiarter excepting lot thirty-two. being twenty-
of tho Amorir-nn iitno-P Thiirn tuill ln ceased, his intestacy and the names of his heirs at
nn auxilliary organization of over 150
people, representing soldiers, scouts,
"cow punchers," Mexican vaqueros,
Arizona jrirU and Apache Indians. A
feature is made of the Indian fight in
the third act, the scene of which is the
lava beds of Southern Arizona.
The cast includes Maclyn Arbuckleas
"Slim" Hoover, the sherilf; Orme
one hundredth (.21) of an .cre in the south-east
corner then in. being severty-two feet wide ar.d
extending north one hundred and twenty-live
feet: also, excepting therefrom a part of i.ub lot
ten ( IP) off the west entl of said ten acres usid
as railroad rif ht-of-wav: nl.o, the east three
fourths of the Kiuth one-fourth of the noith-west
quarterof the south-east quarter, being about
seven and ono-linlf acres, and sometimes known
as sub lot thirty-nine 39): the sou;h-west quarter
of the sout h-tast quarter, known of sub lot tweniv
i Heuai.p. a legal newspaper published in Maid I """Pt a strip of land ono hundred thirty-scven
cou.itv, for ihiee successive weeks prior to said I H,,y !"" ',cl , ' ,n wintli from Un
dine of hearing ar.d that if they fail to appear and southern boundary of said tract extei.ding sixty
law and fur a decree of assignment of anitl real
estate to the parties entitled thereto.
It is therefore ordered that raid cause be set
for hearing upon the 20th day of February A. D.
1909 at nineo clock a. m. in the county court room I
in the court huuse in the City of Plattsmouth, in 1
said county ami that all persons interest oil in said
estate, including the creditors of said deceaiicd, if i
any there he. re notified of tho hearing of said
petition by publication of this order in tho Newh-
contest said petition tho court may giant tho
order prayed for and enter a decree in accordance
ll...rnU,tV- .... ,.l.ul i-.. i
Caldaril, W. K. Knibloe, Joseph M. ! Dated this 1st day of February. 1909. My the
Al.LtN J. Bkivon,
r -.t l: ri . t- Icon
i."uiiuii, ciniur urantiin, nailer a en- Brn Ci.ahk.
ninRton, S. L. Richanlson. James As
burn, Jacques Martin, Harold Hartsell,
John J. I'ierco, "Texas" Cooper, Ful
ton Russell, Florence Rockwell, Minette
Barrett and Marie Taylor.
Matiness will bo Riven on Monday
(Washinfrton's Birthday) Wednesday
The Spokane Way.
Futornal societies in Spokane, includ
the Masons, Odd Fellows, Knights of
Pythias, Elks, Eagles, Red Men, For
esters, Woodmen and Maccabees, are
preparing petitions to be submitted to
Mayor C. Herbert Moore and members
of the city council, calling upon them
to discharge all aliens and itinerant
single men now employed on public
work. The purpose is to give the places
to men of famalies.preferably residents
of Spokane. It is also urged that the
council enact an ordinance, embodying
the requests. The petition points to
the fact that by employment of Ital
ians and other aliens, who have no in
terests in American institutions beyond
securing money to send to their native
homes, many residents arc deprived of
work. The reference to the dismissal
of unmarried men has already had its
effect, as more than a score of them
State of Nebraska. , ,
County of Cass. ,n Countr toutt
In tho matter of the estate of Martha Julyan, de
ceased. To all person interested:
You are hereby notified that there has been filed
in this court tho petition of Edward Martin, ad
ministrator of said estate, alleging therein that
this court entered a final decree in said estate on
the 3rd day of January, 1908, without legal nntic
to the heirs of said estate nor himself aa adminis
trator. The prayer of said petition is that raid
decree be set aiide and that said administrator be
allowed to correct an error in his final report,
showing therein that he has a balance now
amounting to $10:1.00.
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had on said petition before this court at the
eounty court room In the CltV of Plattsmouth in
said county on the 2tith day of February, 1H09. at
I" o'clock a. m. That all objections, if any, must
be filed on or before said day anil hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said court this
22nd day of January. 1909. Allkn J. HErN.
MM IsealI County Judge.
Stale of Nebraska, I . . -County
of ( ass. . " ,n ,unty C""'1
In the matterof the estate of Amelia Hoffman,
To Julius 1 loir man and all persona Interested In
You arc hereby notified that tho Keeutrlx of
the estate of Amelia Hoffman, deccasi!, has tiled
in thia court her petition, praying therein for a
final settlement of said estate, that her account
he allowed ami that the real and personal property
of raid estate lie assigned to said Kxeculrix aa
provided by the terms and conditions of the will
of said deceased, duly probated and allowei by
You ar further norlried that a hearing will be
had on said petition before this oourt at the county
y i rotis norm aioni: no west rtie: also, except
ing a lot commencing at the north-west corner of
.vntd south iv'.'ut imnrtftr ..f tVi mutli.r.1., ..n.i..
running south twenty 120 rods thencoeait twenty
(20) roils thunen north twenty 2u rods, thence
west twenty i20 rods to theplnreof beginning.!!
In Section twenty-three 2i. Township ten lo
North Range Thirteen 131. all in Cass county.Ne
braska. Thia rale is made pursuant to an order issued by
the Judge of the District Court on January 2.-th
A. D. 19U9. and at said sale said property will be
offered in its separate tax subdivisions and also
in gross, and also in several subdivisions suitable
for small places; these aubdivisiona will be an
nounced at the sale. M. H. SiihEmaker,
Hyron Clark. Sole Kcferee.
i REFEREE'S SALE.
John C. Wharton. Attorney. Room 15-New
York Life Building. Omaha. Nohraska.
By irt le of a decree of partition of th Dis
trict ( our: of Cass County, Nebraska, entered in
aaid Court on the 29th day of September A. D.
l'.OH and an Order of sale entered in said C urt on
the nth day of October A. D. 19W in an action
therein pending wherein Ida M. Krainpiea ia
plaintiff, and John ii. Krampien and Martha
Krampien. his wife, Maggie M. Gallup and John
N. llallupher husband. Sophia M. krampien In
competent and Conrad Haumgariner.Guardian of
Sophia M. Krampien, Incompetent and Julius M.
Flaglar Mortageo are dnfendanta, ordering and
directing the. sale of the following described real
estate situato in Cass County, Nebraska to-wif
The south half (S.S) of the north -east quarter
(N. K.1) and the south halfiS.M of the north
half (N.'of the north-east quarter IN. E.) and
th north half (N. i of the south-east quarter
(S. K.t4) all in section twenty-six, (2K) township
twelve (12) north of range ten 110) oast of the
tith P. M. In Cass county, Nebraska.
NOW THKItF.KllKF, I. James Robertson, the
uniiorsigncti rercice duly appointed by tho dl
tnrt court of ( ass county. Nebraska, to mak
partition oi ine isnus lieremls Tore desrrilied w
on the 21th day or February A. 1). I'.mH at ten
u'eks-k in the forenoon of said day at the south
front dtsir of the Court House of Cass County
Nebraska. In th city of Plattsmouth in said'
rounty and state, offer for sale and sell said real
estate above deacrilx-d at public auction to the
highest bidder for rash to satisfy said decree in
partition according ta the terms thereof ,m ra,in
and arcruitif costs. Said sale will remain open
one hour. Jaaira ItonicRTaoN.