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When you think of
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
you naturally think of Biscuit
When you think of Biscuit
you naturally think of
The only Soda Cracker possessing
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Fr"m the Republican.
Mr. and Mrs. Hon Hcer of Tabic
Rock, came in last Monday to visit.
Mrs. Hcer is a sister of Mrs. George
D. M. Johnson spent a few days in
Omaha Inst week attending the hard
ware dealers' association and visiting
with his son, Guy.
T. G. Phillip retunie I from his trip
south last Friday evening and left at
midnight for South Dakota to look af
ter his business interests.
Mrs. D. A. Miller was in Elmwocd
last week a few days visiting with her
son, Ellis Miller. The latter's child had
been very sieh with pneumonia.
C. A. Robbins left last Friday for
Phillips county, Kansas, the home of
his father, to work a few weeks until
spring work opens up here, when he
Mrs. Simeon Rector of Lincoln came
down last week and has been taking
care of her mother, Mrs. S. A. Giber
son, who has been very ill with pneu
monia. Charles Lord of Percival. Iowa, via-
The Spring Time Will Surely Come.
The gladdest time of all the year. With the return of the birds,
the coming again of the breezes and blossoms, comes also more milk
thus adding to the duties of the housewife, We have anticipated this
contingency and are prepared for the occasion. We have the Meat Cream
Separator Made.- The United States, in a number of sizes at prices
which are in the leuch of all. Come in and we will demonstrate their
utility and ease of operation.
H. L. ASEMISSEN & SONS
ited a few days with his brother, Geo.,
returning home Saturday.
Prof. A. G. Heyhoe, instructor in
biblical literature and Christian evi
dences at Doane college, filled the Con
gregational pulpit last Sunday morn
ing. He cume in the interests of the
Frank J. Parnes ha3 accepted the
management of the Voss Lumber Co.,
and for a year at least will be found at
the old stand, which business he has
learned so well. Frank is a splendid
lumberman and understands every de
tail. Customers have learned they can
depend on him, and know th:it he will
do the best he can for them. We are
glad he has concluded to stay in Weep
ing Water. Mr. L. D. Critehiield who
expected to have charge, we learn will
return to Bethany and conduct the
some business there.
among relatives and friends in and near
this village. He remarked that Union
looked just about the same as usual, but
he changed his opinion after the fire.
Miss Emma Chapman of Keytesvillc,
Wo., has been visiting the past two
weeks with her uncle, D. B. Ohapman,
and her cousin, E. B. Chapman and
wife, northeast of town and left Wed
nesday evening for Berlin to visit sev
Farms For Sale.
I am offering a farm for sale two
j miles south-west of Mynard at ninety
i dollars per acre. Alto one 3 1-2 miles
south east of Murray. Earl V. Colo.
! Mynard, Neb. 74-8
Prom the l.vlitir
Sam Luce and family, of Alma, made
a few days visit with Union relatives
and friends, departing for home Tues
Bert Clarence arrived last Friday
from Panama, Neh., to visit a few
days with his parents and other rela
tives before moving to his new home
Mrs. Ella Larsh went to Omaha
Tuesday evering for the purpose of
having her throat treated by a special
ist. She was accompanied by Mrs.
Robert Trook and Alva Stitcs got
some splendid pictures of the Missouri
Pacific wreck which occurred there on
Feb. 14, and there has been a great
demand for the cards.
Mrs. Dan Farnham came down from
Omaha last Sunday to spend the day
with friends and to look after their
household goods that were saved from
the hotel tire here two week ago.
Joscith Lynn of near Hartington came
down last week to visit a few days
In County Court.
Stale i)f Ni liraska. '
County nf Comm. t
In the mutter of the I'.ituto of Eliia S. Shepherd,
To nil ununit intert'Htol:
You arc hereby notified thlit there hint Uon tiled
in thia court a petition, alliKinir among other
thinifK. that naiil Kliza S. Shepnenl, departed thin
life, intestate, in the City uf Denver, unci State
of Colorado, teavinit real rotate aituat i In Cam
County, Nehraxka. Tho prayer of naiil petition ia
mai Kaul eatata he admlmntereil anil that Jacob
I II. Shepherd be appointed administrator of raid
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had upon aaid petition before thin court at the
county court room at I'lattamnuth, in aaid county.
on me utn day or March j'.WS. at o clock a. m.
and that all objection, if any, muat be riled on or
before aaid day and hour of hearing.
Witnmtmy hand and the aeal of the County
Court of Caaa County. Nebnuka, thia loth day of
Ramhry Ramsey, Allen J. Bkkson.
Attorneys. County Judga.
Notice of Final Hearing.
In County Court.
State of Nebraaka, t
County of Caaa. t
To all peraona interested in tha mtate of Elisabeth
You will take notice that upon thia the SMth day
of February, WW. there was filed herein the tins!
report and petition for final settlement of K. L.
Carson, the administrator c t a. of the estata of
Kliiabeth Pavta, deceased, therein praying for
approval of the administration of said estate as
therein reported, and for the entry of proper
onler and decree respecting descent and distribu
tion of the proporty of said estate in Casa County,
A hearing will be hal upon aaid petition and re
port in this Court at I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, upon
the .".'ml day nf March. I'.kltt, at o'clock a. m at
which time all persons interested may appear and
show cause if any there be why the said report
should nut be approved and the prayer of said
petition granted. By tha Court.
Allen J. Rkkdon.
7- SEAL County Judge.
Bryan Say "No" To Temper
W. J. Bryan refused this afternoon
t) sign a petition asking the legislature
to submit a prohibitory amendment.
The petition was presented to him by
Mrs. Heald of Osceola.
"Will you sign this petition asking
the legislature to submit an amend
ment providing for prohibition?" she
said to Mr. Bryan.
"No," said the presidential candidate
Spcci'l From Murdock.
Something has evidently been "did
ding" out Murdock way. We are in
receipt this morning of a communica
tion signed by that well known writer,
"Anon," which hints at an attack, pur
suit and escape which was certainly
thrilling to the parties concerned. For
the benefit of our readers we pass it
along as 'twas given to us:
It was dark the footman said, when
from the thacie of the implement shed,
"Wait until you get the initiative and , seeking his victim on the way to bed,
referendum." i spoiling his clothes from foot to head.
The request was made in the lobby of Thcn l,own ik6 street the victim fled as
representative hall while Mr. Bryan
was watching the vote on Jerry How
ard's woman's suffrage bill. He had
come to the state house to appear be
fore the committee in opposition to the
swift as a coaster on his sled. Calling
on heaven and sometimes hell to save
him from-chickens in the shell. When
once within his own domain he muster
ed brother, lantern, gun and cane, then
Carnegie pension fund. He so timed 1 sallied forth upon the street, praying
his vi:.it that ho was also in the state I tne assailants they might meet. But
house daring the discussion of H. P.. 1,
the Oregon primary plan of electing
a3 is usual in such cases they had been
wise ar.d left no traces. Then rushed
United States senators.-Omaha Bee. ! they to tho corner store arrayed in all
Mr. Bryan's slogan last fall was i tne'r accoutrements of war. And there
"Let the People Rule." Now he is'unto the crowd, dismayed at seeing
unwilling to submit the temperance I KUCn a calvacade he explained how he
question to a vote of the people. He j had been humiliated by being almost
says "No." He seems to believe in j granulated. Now had he kept his head
his slogan "Let the Peoole Rule," if it ! instead, cleaned his clothes and gone to
means elect Bryan to otfico If it does j bed, much better 'twould have been,
not mean elect Bryan, then, he says We cannot doubt it, for no one would
"No." The dear temperance people j have heaid about it.
will continue to take Bryan dope. Re
member Bryan has said he cannot re- i
fuse to be a candidate for president in
WORK THAT TELLS
Lee J. Mayfield, who for many years j
has been the proprietor and editor of
the Louisville Weekly Courier, has re
tired from the active operation of the
same and will go on a farm. Mr. May
field will be succeeded by his brother,
George Mayfield of South Omaha.
Sometime ago Lee Mayfield sold a
pirt interest in his paper to his broth
er, Eugene 0. Mayfield of St. Louis,
who is known in Nebraska as "Rex
M.," but since that time ho has con
tinued as active editor of the paper.
The Louisville Weekly Courier was
founded over thirty years ago by Mr.
Mayfield's father. G." W. Mayfield, sr.,
who afterward sold it to his son Lee.
Lee Mayfield, who has just retired
from the management of the Courier,
will tdke up stock raising near Louisville.
Plenty of It Has Been Done
Right Here In Platts
mouth. Cures that last are cures that tell.
Tj thoroughly know the virtues of a
medicine you must investigate the
cures and see if they rrove permanent
Doan's Kidney Pills stand this test,
and plenty of proof exists right here in
Plattsmouth. People who testified
years ago to the relief from backache,
kidney and urinary disorders, now de
clare that relief Was permanent and
the cure perfect. How can any Platts
mouth sufferer longer doubt the evi
dence? J. S. Hall, South Sixth Street, Platts
mouth, Neb., says: "In 1896 I strained
my back and soon after I began to suf
fer from kidney trouble. I had severe
pains across the small of my back and
An Ik.'n ..A... . .' . . 1 ' IT 1 .
mi mis uuiuuia it, was uiincuu ior mt
to stoop or rise from a chair. I tried
several remedies but to no avail and
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nnanv wnen 1 naa tne trood fortune to
Good South Dakota Farm.
160 acrts, located 16 miles from Hu
ron and only 2 1-2 miles from Broadland, hear about Doan.g Kidncy Pi8( , de.
.v o.. utlca uruKen anu i ci(Je(j to U8e thenu , procured at
farmed 2 years. Every foot of the I r.nrinrr A rn' Hr, cr,.- ..,:,;
quarter can be plowed and in fact, lies ! forty-eight hours after the first dose, I
exceptionally well. A number of Cass
county menyown farms near this one.
Land is rapidly increasing in value in
this section. Can sell this quarter for
$28 an acre, if taken soon. For further
particulars, call upon or address.
George L. Farley,
felt better. Since then, I have always
kept a supply of Doan's Kidney Pills in
the house, finding that they bring the
best of results whenever used."
(Statement given Juno 6, 1906.
On December 30, 1908, Mr. Hall said:
I cheerfully renew my former en-
I Iffw'n I n rVi.jfna r1oL- Tl I iiyi '
...v icu.-y.iunu ii.,. dorsemcnt 0f rj0an3 Kidney Pills. I
Return From East.
Prof. J. W. Gamble returned from
Chicago Saturday afternoon, where he
has spent a week at the session of the '
school men of the country. Prof. !
Gamble says this was by far the most I
interesting and instructive meeting it
has been his good fortune to attend for
know that this rempdv ia 9 rplinhlo nno
for kidney complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-ar.d
take no other. 7i-5
C. A, Marshall, dentist
Solid Oak Tables in large
variety, and everything else
in the furniture line can be
found here. Come in any
time, whether you intend
making an immediate pur
chase or not. It's well
though to know what you're
planning to get a week or
month from now.
Look carefully through our
earefully selected stock of Car
pets, Rugs, Tapestries, etc., be
fore making any selection, for in
so doing you will reap the bene
fit of your wisdom in a wider
range of choice than ordinary, in
certainty of merit of the goods
and figures, which will effect
you a genuine saving in cash
Agents for the Stearns & Foster Mattress.
M. MLB, PROP.
The big furniture and undertaking establishment on South Sixth Street. I
i.icensea r.moaimers: 4
Michael Hild. do 4
John P. Sattler. 1
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