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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1909)
Bf H R.
What You Like
When You Like
But deposit your money
It is possible that you
huvc never felt the abso
lute necessity of having a
bank account. It is prob
able you could drift along
for years without one but
IF YOU EXIECT TO
FORGE TO THE FRONT
in thin life in a financial
way it is essential that
you have a Bunk Account.
We Rive you u personal
invitation to make this bank
your deKwitory whether
you have a small sum or a
large one to, lay aside for
Bank ot Murdock
H. R. NEITZEL, Cashier.
Individual Responsibility Ovsr
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
BANK OF MURDOCK
OF MURDOCK. NKUItASKA.
CHARTER NO. 678
In the State of Nebraska, at the clone
of business, Feb. 2.'!, 1909.
Loans and diacniint am? 9Ct n
Overdraft. secuml ami uniwrurvd 204 23 I
Banking house furniture and fixtures... 3,000 00
Current exnfmiwa and tar paid 11.877 03
Due from national, alalo and private
lianka and bankent 17.1H3 OS
Cah G.SM 28 2:1.041 86
Total $125,386 61
Capital stock paid in $10,000 00
Surplus fund 600 00
Undivided profit 11.374 91
Individual drpoaiU autiirrt to
chock 2IUWH 7-J
Time certificate of delimit fO.402 46
Canhier'i checka outntandinir 10.510 ir, 1(13.1)1 70
. Total I125.3H6 61
Statk of Nkbhahka l
County of CaM I
I, II. K. NeitieU cannier of the aliove named
bank, do hereby iwcar that the above atateinent
iaa correct and true copy of the report mails to the
State Ranking Board.
Attest H R. Nkit.kl
F. Wolf, Dirwtnr.
H. A. Tooi, Director.
Subociit cd and awi rn to before me thU 2nd day
of March. 1SU9.
Isral P. 8. Chink. Notary Public.
My commiaaicn e: pire July 20. l'.lll.
Ferd. Rosenow and family were Om
aha passengers last Monday.
Sam Kitts is visiting his mother. He
intends to make a Canadian trip shortly.
Louis Thimgan and family were up
from Lincoln to Bpcnd Sunday with
Miss Minnie Guthmann is visiting her
sister Mrs. 11. R. Neitzel and family
Wm. Nielson while in Omaha last
week bought a new engine for his
John Piorenemeier was an Omaha
passenger last Sunday, returning via
George Wallinger is moving on the
The Spring Time Will Surely Come.
The gladdest time of all the year. With the return of 'the bird?,
the coming again of the breezes anil 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 Best Cream
Separator Made. The United States, in a number of sizes at prices
which are in the icach of all. Come in and we will demonstrate their
utility and ease of operation.
H. L. ASEMISSEN & SONS
'Phone No. 99
Fred. Guenther farm live miles north
: west of Murdock.
Markets, wheat $1, corn floe, oats
44c, hogs $5.60, butter 20c, eggs IHe,
hens He, cream 21c.
Rev. A. Brauchle is at present in
; North Louj) attending a conference of
' German Evangelical ministers.
: Earle Clark was in town Tuesday in
terviewing our citizens with a view of
j writing them some accident insurance.
! The bank of Murdock is publishing its
, report in these columns. It shows up
, with the beat of the banks in the state.
I The family of Wm. Weddell is still
j under the weather and they had a pro-
fessional nurse from Omaha comedown
I to help them out.
Matt Schoeman who has been visiting
with relatives hereabout the past sev
I eral weeks left for his home in Okla
I noma Tuesday evening.
j The Rikli Tigers defeated the Elm
' wood High school basket ball team last
! week in a well contested game by a
scorce of 20 to 18. This is turn-about.
Steve Lcis who has been visiting his
parents the past week, left for his
home in Jackson county, Monday. His
father is well on the road to recovery.
Carl Rissmann and family are at pre
sent occupying the Henry Klemme
farm juHt west of town, until he can
get his Texas land deal straightened
Arthur Rikli and son Leo left for a
southern trip Tuesday evening, they
will make stops in Oklahoma and Texas;
calling on Arnold Rikli who is at pres
ent located near Abiline, Texas.
Word has been received from South
Bend, Indiana that Mrs. Neitzel, mother
cf the Neitzel brothers Louis and Her
man is very low from a third paralytic
stroke. Her recovery is r.ot expected.
All Dettmann who has been rusticat-
ln8 near fimrose, Nebr., the past
winter returned to his old haunts last
Saturday. He will probably again run
the Rush traction engine during the
We understand that Mrs. John Barts
suffered a stroke of a; oplexy last week
which has left her utterly helpless.
We trust that she may soon recover
his accustomed good health, as she is a
most estimable lady.
Mrs. Duesing who has made her home
with the family of her daughter the
past several years, left for Sugar City,
Colorado last week, where her other
daughter, Mrs. John Baumgartner is
seriously ill with appendicitis.
Fred. Wilkens and wife left for Okla
homa last Thursday to attend the funer
al of Fred. Hartig who died there early
in the week. A good many of our
readers will well remember Mr. Hartig
as he was a former resident of Cass
county, living on the C. G. Backemeyer
farm west of town. Cause of his death
was some affection of the lungs.
A system of Rambling In wh!pg by
persons who take out policies of In
surance on Itrltlsh vessels In which
they have not the sllKhtest ownership
has become so prevalent that the gov
ernment Is determln-d to suppress
the practice, If possible, and Hum put
a stop to a form of speculation which.
If not In Itself ritmlnal, Is held to be
conducive to criminality. The London
board of trade has also taken tip the
matter and will bring all the pressure
possible to bear In aid of the efforts
of the authorities. As a first step. It
has Invited a conference of shipown
ers, underwriters and others to con
sider the matter and to take such nc
tlon as may lm feasible.
WORK THAT TELLS
Plenty of It Has Been Done
Right Here In Platts
mouth. Cures that last are cures that tell.
To thoroughly know the virtues of a
medicine you must investigate' the
cures and see if they prove permanent.
Ooan's Kidney Tills stand this test,
and plenty of proof exists right here in
Plattsmouth. People who testified
years a'o to the relief from backache.
kidney ar.d urinary disorders, now de
clare that relief wa3 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 18 I strained
my back and soon after I began to suf
fer from kidney trouble. I had severe
pains across ihe small of my back and
on this account it was difficult for me
to stoop or rise from a chair. I tried
several remedies but to no avail and
finally w hen I had the good fortune to
hear about Doan's Kidney Pills, I de
cided to use them. I procured a box at
Gering & Co's. drug store and within
forty-eight hours after the first dose, I
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 June 6, 1906.
On December 30, 1908, Mr. Hall said:
"I cheerfully renew my former en
dorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills. I
know that this remedy is a reliable one
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 and
take no other. 79 5
Rabbi Conn Coming.
The next public meeting of the Men's
Brotherhood of the Presbyterian church
will be held in the church parlors next
Sunday evening.. Rabbi Coh'n of the
Jewish synagogue in Omaha has been
engaged to make the address. '
THE COUNTY BOARD
REGULAR MEETING HELD AND USUAL AMOUNT OF
ROUTINE i BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Plattsmouth, Neb., March 2, 1909.
Board met in regular session, with all
members present. Minutes of previous
meeting read approved, whereupon the
following business was transacted in
Bond of Dr. I. C. Munger, Co., Phy
sician Dist. No. 6, approved.
Bond of J. H. Tarns, Supt. poor
Road petition of S. Goodman and
others for the location of a road com
mencing at the S. W. corner of S. E.
Qr. Sec. 1 T 11 R 12, running thence
north one mile, to be located - on the
half section line on the south half and
on the east side of half section line on
thet north half, to be 40 feet in width
to be known as road No. 92, .received
and the County Clerk instructed to ap
point commissioner to view and report
on the above petition according to law.
Report of Soldiers Relief Commission
accepted and placed on file.
Petition of S. F. Girardet and others
requesting the appointment of C. II.
Rager Constable for the city of Weep
ing Water to fill vacancy, received.
C. II. Rager was this day appointed
Constable for Weeping Water city.
J. H. Tarns filed his yearly report as
Supt. of the Poor Farm as follows:
Total expenditures for year
March 1, '08, to March 1, '08. $2-166 39
Income from sales, cattle, but
ter, eggs, hogs, grain, etc.,
together with improvements
made during the year nnd
produce on hand 1062 o5
Leaving total expenditures. .. .$1401 0,1
Average No. inmates during
year ' 11
Number of deaths during year. 2
Cost per year for each inmate.. 100 29
Cost per day for each inmate. . 27
Cost per meal for each inmate. 09
L. H. Daft, expense Brock-
A. P. Barnes, meals to jury....
Neb. Light Co., gas to jail
Lorenz Bros., mdse to poor
ltatt & Son, same
M. E. Manspcaker, livery
News-Herald, printing for
W. L. Tickctt, agent, ticket to
C. W. Baylor, coal to paupers..
F. G. Fricke, mdse
F. M. Svoboda, salary and
T. S. C. Dabb, Labor
Platts. Water Co., water and
Katherine Minor, Labor Record
W. E. Rosencrans, salary
W. E Rosencrans, Expense....
J. H. Latrom, witness Ossen-
J. Hatt, meals to jury
Hammond & Stephens, supplies.
E. L. Jones, physician salary
Advertised Letter Liat.
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Plattsmouth, Neb., March 1,
Brut John Mrs., Kroskio John Mrs., '
Miller Albert Mrs., Medler Violet'
Miss. Porn Agnes Miss, Thomas Mar
ion, Buten (Just (Photo,) Charles N. S., ;
Capeland Harry, Dasher Chas., Ed. !
Hartman, Johns C. C. Johnson, An- '
drew C. Luchinger P. II., Patterson L., j
Stilger Emil, Weichel John.
These letters will be sent to the dead :
letter office March 15, 1909, if r.ot j
delivered before. In calling for the
above please say "advertised" giving
date of list. C. 11. Smith, P. M.
Meisinger Will Probated.
The will of the late J. G. Meisinger
was admitted to probate by Judge Bee
son Monday, W. G., P. M. and G. G.
Meisinger being appointed to executa
the document, as suggested in it.
State of Nibraska. ' . . ,
CauntyoflW V' In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Eliia S. Shepherd.
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that there haa been filed
in this court a petition, alleicinir anionic other
things, that said fcliza S. Shepherd, departed this
life, intestate, in the City of Denver, and State
of Colorado, leaving real cslale situat in Cuts
County, Nebraska. 1 he prayer of said petition is
that said estaui be administered and that Jacob
11. Shepherd be appointed administrator of faid
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had upon said petition before this court at the
county court room at i'lattsmouth, in said county,
on the 9th day of March lituU, atU o'clock a. m.
and that all objections, if any, must be tiled on or
before sa.d day and hour of hearing-.
Witness my hand and the seal of the County
Court of Cass County, Nebraska, this 16th day of
Hamh::y & Ramsey. Allen J. Beubon.
Attorneys. County Judiro.
Notict of Final Hearing.
State of Nebraska. ( . n , .
County of Cass. t " In Countl' Court
To all persons interested in the estate of Elizabeth
You will take notice that upon this the 2iith day
of February, 1909. there was tiled herein the final
report and petition for final settlement of K. L.
Carson, the administrator c. t. a. of the estate ot
Kliiabeth Davis, deceased, therein praying for
approval of the administration of said estate as
therein reported, and for the entry of proper
order ana decree respecting descent and distribu
tion of the proporty of said estate in Cass County.
A hearing will be had upon said petition and re
port in this Court at I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, upon
the 22nd day of March. 1909, at 9 o'clock a. m., at
which time all persona interested may appear and
show cause if any there be why the said reimrt
should not be approved and the prayer of said
petition granted, By the Uiurt.
Allkn J. Hekson.
79-6 Si:ai. County Judge.
F. E. Schlater, jury and bailiff
Frank Dunbar, meals to jury. .
Walter G. Ro'ierts, rent to
M. Archer.State vs. J. Clarence.
C. D. Quinton, fees same
James Robertson, State vs. W.
Plattsmouth Journal, printing..
E. E. Hilton, salary
Hans Johnson, mdse. to poor. . .
Mary E. Foster, salary
E. E. Hurlbut, costs State vs.
J. J. Andrus, same
W. C. Ramsey, Saly. & exp....
J. J. Svoboda, Labor
Flattsmouth Tele. Co., tolls
J. M. Jirousek, mdse to farm...
J. H. Tarns, fruit trees to farm.
Joe Kastel, labor
Geo. Stander, wood to farm ....
Fred Olenhausen, Ice to farm . . .
Neb. Tele. Co., rent and tolls. .
J. II. Tarns, salary...
G. O. Dovey, Photos. Ossenkop
C. II. Smith, postal supplies....
John Bauer, mdse
II. M. Soennichsen, mdse
B. I. Clements, inquest Thos.
G. W. Saxon, same
Peter Clarence, same
S. C. Hathaway, same ...
R. D. Stine, same
R. Delaney, same
C. E. Young, same
' W. E. Clark, same
I II. McClure, same
E. V. Bell, samo
Dr. F. L. McLeod, same
C. O. Anderson, same
L. I). Switzer, saly and exp... .
C. R. Jordan, same
M. L. Friedrich, same
S. F. Girardet, mdse. to poor. ..
Dr. I. C. Munger, post mortem
Dr. J. M. Neely, same
R. Rector, rent to pauper ....
Stone Mercantile Co., mdso to
Cliver & Vickers, livery
Met Prouty, same
A. F. Sturm, lumber to R. D.
Pittman & Davis, mdse. R. D.
No. 10 ..
J. F. Wolff, same No. 2
C. A. Richey, lumber No. 3. . . . .
John Bauer, nails to No. 1
A. F. Sturm, bridge lumber... 379 95
C. A. Richey, same 121 25
Cedar Creek Lumber Co., bridge
lumber 55 35
Board adjourned to meet March 16,
1909. W. E. Rosencrans,
Pianos for Particular People
When you meet a person who is very
particular in musical matters it is safe to con
clude that that person owns one of our
pianos. The undoubted preeminence of our .
Pianos accounts for their adoption by the
best judges of music everywhere. The ac
tion of our Pianos is up to the standard.
Strike a note on one of our pianos a number
of times and you will pet a response for every
note you strike. Nine out of ten pianos will
simply result in a succession of blurred tones.
We do expert tuning and repairing.
Plattsmouth Music Company
J. A. BECKER, MANAGER
t Geo. E. Dovey, President.
F. E. Schlater, Vice Pres. C. G. Fricke, Ass't Cash.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Transacts a General Banking Business
and Repectfully Solicits a Share
of Your Patronage.
k U U'U'AA'U'UlAr.AT....
TF YOU are in need of any sta-
tionary, sale bill?, posters or
any kind or job printing come to
this office. It will be printed right.
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SOV"V . - "
Look carefully through our
carefully 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. MILD, PROP.
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variety, and everything else
in the furniture line can be
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though to know what you're
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Embalmers: ' I
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