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J. R. Adams Buys Farm. I
Tuesday morning Joseph II. Adams
twenty years in prison. The highest mem for prohibition. You are rearing
commendation should bo bestowed upon this gulf, which will snontr or later
Jude Jones, who presided at the trial swal.ow the whole thing and cast ii in- of Mvnard returned from las Vtgas,
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of the case, ar.d pronounced the sen- to oi.livion. If you are wise you will .i'.v Mixno. lie say mai is ieany
tence. He shoVed remarkable courage join hands for a better city a-.lir.inistra-
and bravery, a he received threat tion
after threat of violent death, but he
wavered not from the path of duty.
Twice during the progress of the trial
the Attorney General D. J. Caldwell,
was shot at with intent to kill. The
men wno sat. on mi jury were openiy T, , , . ........ ,, o; portumty for the man
i iiuu no uu Kx11.1111u.r1v iui- - - . . .
threatened with death if thev should1 v means to obtain a farm cannot be beat
dare to convict the prisoners. But they
wavered not. Every witness who gave
evidence against the night riders did bo
at the peril of their lives. Yet. in the
In ti Cuuno Court n( Cam county. NVhraska.
In the mattiruf the mime of Juhn W. Clark.
'loTnwnM K Cl.irk ami nil ix-nMinn interratw In
th- rittiu- .if J.iiji W . t'iatk, ilfi'aMil:
V M h..r..l.i n..lill..l Ik.f .in lltit Mil llnvi.f
the hl".d uf SUIlhsiiie. He invested in March A. L 1;".'. Anna K. Clark tnl a H-tilim
t , t,,.., 1. , I I ,;,.. --...J ,.t inatnive -imtl.. mux in the County Court of
four hundred ailU MXt acrtS Ot t4iwc(iunty. N.hiuiku. akinir foran unit-r ami
land. He sav the Soili IS fine dref tin- County Court n-ii.oviim ami dm-
i f and the water splendid. He says the muteoi Juhn w. ciark. ii-si. and for the ,
l - . .... I .iiiuuniniiiiil tit Antiu V d tu 1c Imrl mit .. v.-t'lit n X !
farmers can plow the ground at an , w',;n Wll, , , , rHlBle , .....n,,),,,.,!.,-
seasons of ihe year. The crops are im- ailnunitration IIhtim(. Ymiurv furthi-r nutiliml i
; ....... ti thut thiT ill br a lifuriiiit on mid rtitin and
mense. 1 he climate IS delightful. Mr. the alltnatu.im tht-ivm contain, uhu halliVf
. . ..., v, ,,;i,. in i t he n moval ot raid CMvulur from the iitati-of 1
Adann says the opportunity for in- ; Nl.hr,kll . ,, ,,,.,, tonmk. uny .1Mr, ,lf hl, ,
vestment in cheap lands are tine. The act. an u h .-ycut. r to the umntv Court on the
are tiled it Inn that tune, the prayer, of nam
petition will W itritntrd, ail executor removed
and raid Annu K. Clurk aiitxnntt'd in hi mead. Of
..,.:.........,........ .r . .1 x n ... in . . . . all oi men ou win iaKe one nonce. uairu i mn
MKva.ut iviiuu.wiciui; """.Aiiams purcna.'tu inrougn a. i nuu sthday ut Murch a. l). laus.
1 he law ot this state is Ues'gr.ed
, regulate the saloon besir.ts. The
saloon keeper, who flagrantly violates
1 the law, and decency in the conduct of
his business is an enemy of the busi
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iov.u K u.eir ousiuess, sn-miu ler.u ine.r r - un nillB,, tinH Mr.
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and A. K. Kroh.
Ali.ks J. Ukkhun,
Cave a Surprise Party.
State of N bmska.
In County Court.
There is no disgrace in failing if you
face of all these shameful circumstances have done your best, and if you are
fair and evenhanded justice was dealt still facing toward your goal. But j Busche gave her a very pleasant sur
out and the night riders convicted. The ' your failure will be a disgrace if your I'rie l,Brt.v Tuesday afternoon, it being
;;,o t TUr,..ua cv,,..,i,i tn.A -,a u..i, ; . . i . 1 her birthdi;y anniversary. Music and
i d ., a .wMi-ol (n nnnoM ThniiA lirncnnf life. itltUMtk t f. Ml the ClTV til IH'nVT. MhU tMltlV
that they have such a judge, and such : R de,.f ioU8 three conr,'c , ftCX? 'JZ
a jury, and such a prosecuting officer. , The county option bill was defeated ; luncheon was served. j
incse men ime pcnoimcu men uui, , , me siaie senate l uesuay vy a vuie, - s " " You, re further m.tilled that a hoarin will 1 I
A numt.er 01 ine inenus oi mr. jonu r, . - uf uf Ki,,. s. shethenl.
To all iieraons intereeted: j
You are heieby notivd that there ha been nietl
in thia con it a etition, alltmnu amonK other
thinit". that Haul Eliza S. Sheiherd. depnrti-d thin
without fear and at the peril of their of 17 to lti. V. B. Banning, of Cass,
lives. Dangerous threatening and in- voted against the bill.
timidation did not move them. Here is i
a lesson for every judge, and jury, and Do vou want your neighbor to do Jos. Wale-
public prosecutor in the country to more for you than you are w'.llirg to do
emulate. yourself? If so, then you are selfish.
Of the News-HeraM and Nebraska Farrier.
Standing of the Contestants:
J. R. Noyos, Louisville 25,200
Harriette Adams, Tlattsmouth 18,000
E. H. Miller, Murdock 12.400
Stewart B. Uouh, Nehawka 0,200
Zetta Brown, Murray i,200
lone Kiser, Mynard 3.6(H)
Tearl Woodard. Elmwood.. 2.400
L. E. Hickey, Gretna 1,600
C. II. Sheldon, Plattsmouth 1,200
Pauline Burris, IMattsmotth 1,200
Matt Joy. Will Smith. Arthur Ander- i ZXXTl j ;-mHHKH
son. HarrV Kllhnev. J. V. l'.ookmeyer, and that all obj.-ctu.nH. if any. must be tiled un or .
' ,.,,.,, tli tn-foreiaid day anil hourof hiannit. !
Giant Owens, Val Btirkel. l ilt hagllll, WitneKainy hand and the hcul of the County i
..irli!iiur WiirH Court of CaH Counly, N'.iru?ka. thih lnih uuy ot :
Olt H.IlilUl i , niu .. , i-hw i
At.i.t'N J lt:iJiiN.
Attorneys. County Judge. - 7
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Clark, August Uoessler and Peter Goos. Hamssy & Iuhsky.
HOW CAN I IMPROVE MY
Notice of Final Hearing.
Foi'KTEEN inches of snow i.t Topeka,
Kansas. This makes us feel that Ne-
This is one of the questions every ... . , .
. braska is not so bad after all.
progressive and successful business
man is continually asking himself. One :
of the characteristics of the progres- i Wabash
sive business man is that he is always ! TTl'n'nP'ni'n fQ
improving something somewhere, lie j XiajJpCJUiUg O
has a horror of getting into a rut and
staying there. This is a matter that
he can well afford to have a great
Stateof Nebraska, I
In County Court.
To introduce OUr large 11)09 Spring line : To all perm mti-reatej In the iwtnte of Elizabeth i J.
.... , , . i Davia, uVc-a-ed: I
Ot ticaUUtUl UrCSS gooilS antl waisiingB. you wi (ake notice that upon thm the zi.tn nay
I ht mi tn-i'-ite New York CitV Uat- ! ' Eebruary. I Wilt, there Med herein the Anal
l.Iltest Up-lO-(,.tie At W 10rK V liy pni ,.,. .....i.i.in fur linul HVtt li"iiep t of K. I..
tcms. Handsomest line of materials Curnon. the adiinnitrlorc. t .a. of the estate of
..... , r . i Kliialieth Uavn, deceaiwsi. therein nrayinir for
ever Seen. yUlCK EaieS, IBrge proilis. al,proval of the adminitrutlon of aaid eMateaa
P-.n multi. 'i( nr more Weeklv SamuleS tberoin re.rll. and for the entry of .ror
tan maKe $.0 or more wiimy. oumuii-o ., j d...,r,,e .. Ilir d.-nccnt and dmiribu-
tion of the iromrty or Bind entaie in v ana tHiuniy.
a will bo had uimn aaid tietitiun and re
port in thin Ciurl Kt I'luttamoulh. Nebmnka. upon
at u o'clock a. m.. at .
whicit time all iii-ranna inlcrenti-d may appear and I
and full instructions packed iu neat
I sample case shipped express prepaid.
I No money required. Exclusive terri-
. nr. -a .
torv. Our nnccs are low, vvrue iur
Ceo. K. Dovey, President. H. N. Dovry, Cashier
F. K. Sen later, Vice Pres. C. G. Fhickk, Ass't Cash.
H 1 Hinila will crn tn Sarnv Ca..
horror for. The trouble with most J thjs jf the weathw js sultab)e
men is that they think they must im-j j. W. Staton'and family are nicely
prove their business as a whole in some j located in their new home in Lincoln,
mysterious way. This is untrue; the j 0. O. Thomas of Lincoln was looking
real magic of success and advancement after his interests in Wabash Tuesday,
is found in everlastingly keeping at the j A. W. Barrett the genial lumberman
improvements everywhere. It is this ! of:Wabash took the train for Elmwood
constant evolution and not the great Tuesday evening.
....: D..b ...k;,h f,niio rWlnn Viola IIinds returned Sunday evening
1 from Weeping Water where the has
a great and successful business. Make j been vi(jitjng f riends
some improvement .somewhere every, . , jjrann returned the last of the
5av. Pcssiblya little moie attention i week from his trip to Kansas and
to your ad writing will make it pay J other southern points.
better. Make your ad attractive; I John Wood, our rural mail carrier
nh.nr. tfcp r-nnv f wnuentlv. in fact, if made his drive over the route Tuesday
. i , ,,. i as bad a day as there ever was.
you want to get the best results, J ....
, The new passenger train on the M.
change it every issue. Made your ad, r .
" 3 , P. K. H. made its first trip over the
readable, so that ywi will increase the , road Sltturday evening. It is called the
number of readers; it will pa. Get , I'inch liar train,
the habit of eternally improving things. ; Mrs. Jake Goehry of Murdock came
of lacking them up a little tighter, of in on tne six o elocK train uom Atnaw
.,t,: KSn littl,. better. Ifk". where she has been visiting
, , . daughter Mrs. Hough,
is a winner. The man who is a per-: "
, , . . ; L. J. Wilson accompanied J. .
pctual inspiration to everybody Staton to Lillt.oln to assigt the lattt.r
'him has a tremenduous advantage over j to put thi,A arjght in his new ome.
Vie man who is a pessimist. Put thu Ed is very handy at such work,
motto up in your office, look at it every The J. L. S. Club Gil ls, were enter-
. .... i . T I . . . . . ' la!nnl I-it l.ilio I' n vi- Till, ctn ,t o...irir
morning, wnere can i improve mj Mmv ..j umm n n.uii. -.......
l ne evening was jient
M. Ward made Wabasha short: , ' ,. . in ollt. Snfllir ! .howcauKe if any there be why the paid report
: particular?. Be first to apply Maiioara Hhuu( nul be approved and the prayer of naid
Dress Goods Co., Dept. i, Bingham
ton, N Y. 8M 79- isul
irrunitxl. Hv the (iurt.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Value oC a Stnile.
'The thing that goes the farthest toward making life worth
That costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smile,
That bubbles from a heart that loves its fellow men,
Who drive away the clouds of gloom and coax the sun again.
It's full of worth and goodness, too, with manly kindness blent
lt's worth a million dollars and it dorsn't cost a cent."
Transacts a General Banking Business
and Repectfully Solicits a Share
of Your Patronage.
Interest Paid On Time Deposits.
r m nni Ps n fTn d T P0
Accepts Fine Poailion. I
Miss Evelyn Taylor left Monday for ; IS
Steamboat Springs. Colo., where thetei
goes lO accept, a posinoil in mv i-
i ment of Forestry as stenographer foi
! thn rm-i'mmi-nt. This Dosition carries
l IHHIcllJ Willi 11. "1 o.-'.v. -v. J -. - MP
Miss Taylor's friends are natui ally
feeling quite elated at lier good lor-tune.
Ex-president Theodore Roosevelt
in the current issue of The Outlook, on
playing progressive Dominoes.
Dr. Jones of Murdockcame on the early
train Sunday morning, on his return
trip from Texas, where he has spent a
the subject of journalism says: hvery ! couple of months. The Doctor was in
owner, editor, or reporter of a consci-1 good spiiits and very anxious to oee
enciously and ably conducted news-! hia wife antl little ones.
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paper or periodical is an asset oi reai
value to the whole community. It!
Fresh Grapes All Winter.
The grapes were very fresh and
"These must bo hothouse grapes,"
sail the guests,
lint the host pointed from the win
dow toward his gray garden, where,
sheathed In lee, a leafless vine fchiv-
end in the blast.
"The grapes came from that vlue,"
he said, "two months ago."
"Hut how have you kept them so
"I'll tell you (he secret. When I
want to keep my grapes I cut each .jjT
bunch with a long stem, with quite
tililit Inches of stem. Then I take
lot of wideniouthitl bottles and fill
... rr i I a 1.
them witn water, i W'n i hunk tut; vc.
crapp bunches In the cellar, their long af
i lit iii i
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The citizen's party of the city of Plattsmouth
will hold a convention at
Attention, Commercial Club.
The treasurer wishes to say to all
would be difficult to overestimate the ,T1L.miK.r8 of the club, in accordance
amount of good which can be done by , with the plan for the payment of
the men responsible for such a pulil:-; "'""un "uw, c-.c-, , out.- o o, hil-...- , (,,i(,h Jn a h()M uMV,
cation-responsible for its editorial col- wr- ,r w" acs w " m " -hat the grapes themselves are t eon- ' kfi
fe ;t n i 'r' 8hoU,d w.lhe .tre',surcr'. Kfy i with nothing (that would rot M
? I'atterson, at the bank, and pay the them), and that the sienis are burled
responsible f.ir its general policy. We amount of 50 cents per month. The or- deep in the water. They keep so fur
have many newspapers and periodicals ; ganization was affected December 2:':h,
big ar.d little, of this kind. But wu last, and it is urgent that the dues be
, , . . f ,r t. kept up to date, or better than that,
a so have many that are not of this !, ' . . , ...
, . , paid a lew months in advance. Unless
kind." It is so easy to drift into yel-. the membcrHhip wi attemi to this rnat.
'Uv journalism, that those who have , ter promptly, the club will be compelled
:o force of character generally are j to ga to the extra expense ofjcollec
.aUpht. tor to v's't tnem I'lease takeriotice,
I and let the treasurer make a "paid in
rive or six months. I ran keep no a
hundred hunches all winter without
losii.g a bunch."
If you are engaged in the liquor fuU" rePort at the meeting next week, j (0tmPC0?"
He was the laziest tramp that ever
waited at the water tank for a south
"Pardner," he drawled when a
young man passed that way, "got any
Hall, Ttmrsday March 18,
AT 8 O'CLOCK P. Rfl.
business, and you will not lend your
assistance to cleanse the business, and
remove from it the disreputable cank
ers i i it, then you are a strong argu-
The W. C. T. U. meets at Masonic
Home Friday, March 19. Everybody
invited. Good program. Secketary.
Notice to the Public
responded the youth,
fumbling In his pocket and pulllug
forth a bag of mixture.
"Cot any cigarette papers?"
"Well, make me a cigarette, that's a
With a few dextrous twists the
stranger handed over the "coffin nail."
The tramp yawned.
"Kay, pardner," he said, finally,
"would yer mind puffing dat dope an'
blowing tie Kiiioke In my fare? I feel
uwfully tired too tired to smoke."
4 w. c.
We have on display a crate of the
handsomest Japanese China you ever saw.
Imported Goods, and at astonishingly
lowprice3. When you are down town
drop in and look.
Pure Iron at Last.
Chemically pure Iron has never bpon
obtained until very recently; It lias
been found almost Impossible to re
move the last traces of impurities, es
pecially of sulphur. Hut n German
chemist, I)r Kreusler. has finally,
by n lonu series of Ingenious pro
cesses, partly chemical ami iart!y,iA
electrical, succeeded In Isolating iho vV)
pure nu t;.l, the properties of which he M
reports to differ pn-atly from thti. of
the Impure iron that we know. Iron; Ml
prepared by Kremder's process resem. iCv
Lies plat In uav.
for the purpose of nominating a
full city ticket for the coming
municipal election. All good citi
zen's who believe in a better finan
cial and cleaner city administra
tion, are invited to become mem
bers ot the citizen's party and all
who are willing to support such a
a ticket independently of former
party affiliations are invited to
attend the convention.
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