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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1909)
Milliner)' Spring Opening
Have on display
a beautiful lin of
the most popular
shapes and designs.
Please call and see.
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I Village election Tuesday. ,
' I'rofcsjor Watson was in Omaha Fri
Miss Latta Scholrr.an is home
Nate Hazt-n was in Omaha Sat-
was a visitor in
wan in Plaits-mouth
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J. H. Meisir.yer was in Plattsmouth
J. II. Noyt-d a3 in I'lattsmouth
Miss Kuth An idso:'i.-uted in Omaha
0. Palmer of Lincoln was in town
Frank Nichols was an Omaha passen
T. E. Parmele left for Chicago Wed
Mr. ar.d Mrs. M. L. Williams was in
P. A. Jacobson was a county seat
Mrs. E. F. Palmer wa3 in I'latts
La Vern Hoyt of Omaha visited the
D. G. Metzger home.
Miss Alice Stander Sundayed with
her mother in Louisville.
V. Hardy was in the capital city over
Sunday with his parents.
Mrs. Worthman and son, Herlert,
were in Omaha Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr3. Chas. Serlock of Man
by were in town Wednesday.
Mrs. Alma Vanskoyoc of Lincoln
vibited the Brokiners' Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. Seybert and Mrs. Geo.
Sales were in Omaha Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Hazen were in
Weeping Water Friday evening.
Mrs. Depew is sick at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Reihart.
Miss Mildred Brir.gman left for her
home at Atchison, Kansas Friday even
ing. Mr. Jack Stater wa3 taken to the
hospital Saturday morning for an oper.
Otis Peterson left Friday for Pierce,
Neb , to accept a position in the drug
i Emmons Richey of Plattsmouth
looked after some business in town
Miss Sadie Rivitt visited her brother
at Council Bluffs, Iowa, Frida and,
Miss Marrie Kaufman was called to
attend Mr. Benedict of South Bend, !
who is ill.
I Mrs. Glover of Gordon. Nth., visited
fr m j her daughter, Mri. Chas. E. Noyes
was in Cedar
Mrs. Janic- s Dun
Creek Thursday to vi.i:
Mrs. J. Wolff.
Mrs. C. M. Seybert and two daugh
ters ae visiting in Phttsmnuth Thurs
day and Friday.
Mr. Fred Holtz and Mrs. John
Right of Springfield were guests of A.
Ma-ters' over Sunday.
Miss Anna Bell Moore of Murray
was in town Saturday, soliciting votes
for the Daily News contest.
Mrs. Minnie Ossenko; under went an
operation at the St. Joseph hospital in
Omaha Tuesday for gall stones
Mrs. Frank Ra
HUtHMHWMMM t )IIM'
Kunsman 8 Ramge
MEAT MARKET j
carry the finest stock in their i
i line in Cass county. Choice 5
Steaks, Chops, Roasts, etc., J
I always on hand and an ex-
i cellent line "of delicatessen, t
J fancy sausages, etc. !doth
i Phones. X
Mrs. J. M. Leek received the sad in
telligence the latter part of the week
of the death of her mice, Mrs. Letita
Weels, at Averd, Oklahoma. No par-
Trunk C. Lindner, defendant, will take notice
that on the 27th day of March, l'jttt. Anna D.
Lindner, plaintiff herein, died her petition in the
District Court of ( ass County. Nebraska, against
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,1 ,.V,;ilr,.r. f 1 tlCUUirS were given as tO the Cause Of u, obtain a decree of divorce, from the defendant.
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South Omaha visited over Sunday! Ca refused for more than hix months trior to the
. -.i r f c i i j e i i tiling of the petition, to support and maintain the
With L. M. .Seybert and family. plaintitf. ulthoush amply able o to do. and to se-
wmwAW-v-n-m-i-nri-v : curc tne custody of the three minor children, the
E.G. DOVEY a SON
Nearly every lady Ituyint? a pair of
fine Cotton or Silk Gloves knows that
they usually give way at the fin per
tips first. We have put in a larpc line
of the Kayser Gloves, which are
jruaranteed to wear. The claim is
that the finger tips will outwear the
We have lately received a small lot
of verv pretty patterns, coming in 10
and 20 yard lengths. You should see
these goods. A 20c value,
our price .
FINE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Our line of Muslin Underwear is from one of the largest and most
reliable makers in the country. All up-to-dare in quality and trim
mings at prices which will surprise you. Gowns, embroidery and lace
trimmee 58c, Toe, S9c, $1.00 and up. Skirts, embroidery and lace
trimmed, a beautiful line, from $1.00 to $5.00. Drawers and Corset
Covers ut from 2 to $1.00.
Again we have added a well
assorted line of colors in the well
known Sunburst Silk. This is
most beautiful, both in nj-
color and texture. Price ui)C
Miss Gertrude Cole of Weeping
Water was a guest at Frank Lugra
mer's home latter part of the week.
Mr. tnd Mm. Err.ery SteeU cnte;
tained a few friends at their home
Saturday in honor of Mr. Steele's anni
versary. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Todd ar.d Mr.
and Edd TodJ were in Louisville Wet -
nisday to attend the fumral ofj. R.
Members ar.d friends of the Metho
dist Episcopal church tendered llev.
Jones and family a greatful surprise in
form of a pound social Friday evening
at the pamnage.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wood ar.d Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. H. Wood entertained
the Whist club Friday evenine at G.
H. Wood home. Prizes were given to
Mrs. Stevenson ar.d Miss Latta Koor.
Thursday evening a party of younp
people gave Miss Catherine I'eteMon
an April greeting as a surprise at the
Shtllhorn home south of town. Dainty
refreshments were served and a pleas
ant evening was enjoyed by all.
A. Vtry sad accident accurred Thuas
day afternoon near Fouth Bend Mrs.
Jacob Carnicle was scrubbing the!
porch with a pan of hot water. The l
two year old daughter playing about !
fell into the water, and was badly so
scalded that it died soon after. The
funeral services were held Saturday
morning from the Methodist church
conducted by llev. Reiser of Murdock.
The German Lutheran church three
miles south of the ci:y held special ser
vices yesterday. Thj church was
beautifully decorated with cut (lowers,
and the pastor. Kev. Theodore llarttnan !
gave a special sermon. Special music ;
was also prepared for the occasion, i
which waj a confirmation service. A j
class of eleven were confiimed, as fol-j
Ios:Lyd t Puutsch. M dlie Ki rft. Martha
Stholman, Mabel Wii.dt, Julia Slhol-
m.tr, Edna Mann, George Stholman, ;
John Sass, Herman Koeber, Rudjlph '
1 1 oil ar.d Otto Hartmun. i
Queen Mills HennelS. V
Champion blood of the world.
Direct descendants from J. P. Y
Morgan's famous $10,000 dog. 1
We nosv have a litter on hand on y
which we are making especially
attractive prices in I'lattmouth X
and vicinity for the purpose of t
T l smm (if Hiiid marriuiro
t i Youaro roiiuircl to answer said petition on or
ut'iore Aionmty. me luiu uuy oi may, ijw.
Dated march 21, IM.
Anna D. Lindner.
State, of Nebraska.
County of Cum.
In County Court.
intrnrl..i.,.r mif Ktr.,-W ..n thio f I ln.'ne mailer oi mc csta'.e ot Jamea ii, eatney,
of tho river. For further infor
mation and prices, call on or ad-
CARL LINCOLN, I
I lid. 'I'hor.e. 7.6 I'acifle Junction. la. 'j
I am now ready to show
up-to-date styles of Spring
and Summer MILLINERY.
Also Ladies' Neckwear and
Notion?. Call and see them
before going elsewhere.
To all persons interested:
You aro hereby notified that there has been
filed in thin court a petition, alli-Ring amonR other
thinrrn that .said Jamoa It. Cathuy. departed this
life, intetato, in eaid county on the 9th day of
March. ISA seized of both real and personal
Th prayer of said petition is that said estate
he administered and that W. II. Puis be ap
pointed administrator of haid estate.
You are further notified that a hearinpr will be
had upon said petition before this court at I'latts
mouth, in said county on the 17th day of April,
at ten o'clock A. M. and that, all objections,
if any. must be tiled on or beforo eaid day and
hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of paiil county
court of said county this 27th duy of March. 130'J.
M-6 Al.l.EN J. Bkcson.
Seal County Judge.
Not ce to Creditors.
State of Nebraska
In County Court.
Mrs. Julia C. Dwyer
Cass County. I
In the matter of the estate of Eliza S.
Notice is hereby Riven that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the- Administrator of said
estate, before me. County Judge of Cass County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room in Platta
mouth. in said County, on the 10th day of April,
1909. and on trie 12th day of October, I'JOJ. at 10
o'clock A. M.. ench day, for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examination, adjustment
Six months are allowed for the creditors of said
declared to present their claims, and one year for
the Administrator to sctllo faid estate, from the
10th day of April, law.
Witness my hand a id seal of said Cuinty Court,
at FUttsmouth. Nebraska, this 9tn day of
, Kamsky & Kam.-ey. Alli:n J. Beesom.
1 Attorneys. County Judife.
TO SEND BACK SH'P'S SOUNDS.
We are showing exceptional values
in our New Spring Petticoats. Fine
Gingham Skirts at 55c to $1.25. A
beautiful line of Heatherblocm Skirts,
handsomely made; some of them em
broidered rufles and silk ruffles. You
should see them to appreciate them.
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I E. G.D)VEYaSON I
Experiments with New Safety Device
for Fcggy Weatl.cr.
Tlio United Klaien kov.-i mi -rt la ex.
rrlnientinK In San Ffar.clsco bay J
with a safety device for fo(?K.v v.-i-alhcr !
which is n-markalilo in the nniti-ioncua j
of Its Idea. It Is nothing lesa hiin a
fog buoy which will n:ake ro r )ian of
Us own, hut which will bo rxpfctod to
catch tho sound waves of a vpsscI's
whistle and echo theni back across tha
The buoy, or structure, is construct
ed of corrugated Iron sheeting, placed
on piles, and built In three- wings
placed at different angles. Each wing
Id 32 feel square.
The Idea was given birth accidental
ly. There has always been much
trouble in the upper part of San Fran
cisco bay because tho shore lights
cannot be seen when the weather Is
bad. Pilots and skippers began to no
tice, however, how rlcarly the corru
gated steel warehouses around llenlcla'
returned tho sound of their whistles,
and for some tlnio have been guiding
their way along by tho echoes. Tho
government Is confident that the new
buoys will act In the Bame manner.
We are showing a fine line of med
ium priced Underwear.
Made of fine muslin, double
stitched, taped seams, trimmed
with al Lace and wide In-
iws$s$ sertions, each 25c
Same as above trimmed
with 6 rows of Insertion run
ning up and down 3Sc
Better grades at
each.... 40c, 50c, 65c and 75c.
Made of fine grade of mus
lin, double filled jeams, hem
stitched rutllo or rows of
Same trimmed with Lace
and Insertion or Embroidery
at 40c and 50c
The Japanese Football.
One of the odd things which strikes
ono in Japan Is the footfall, bo differ
ent from the sound niado by ehoe
leather, filling the enrs In say a
crowded station In Tokyo with Its
European looking trains, platforms,
ticket offices, bookstalls and other
The musical clicking nolso of the
wooden sandals or clogs, which are
worn out of doors by all classes of
Japanese and which aro raised above
the ground at varying heights, accord
ing to the state of the roads, Is one of
the most characteristic bits of detail
of the country, nnd any picture after
ward recalled to tho mind has this
cllakety clink, cllnkety clink, as a
Ending the Trouble.
"I thought you were engaged?
"Well. I was for a while."
"Did she throw you over?"
"Oh, no, I found out she had an
arUIltlal arm -to ! broke It oil."
Made of fine muslin, felled
seams, trimmed with rows of
tucking and insertion on
yoke, hemstitched sleeve and
Same trimmed with very
fine grade of lace and inser
tion or embroidery and inser
tion at 75c and $1.00.
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Made of fine mus
lin, trimmed with
9 in. flounce, 3 in.
lace, 5 rows of tuck
ing on ruffle, 9 inch
dust ruffle under
with very fine lace
and embroidery at
75c, 1 00,1.25,1.50.
E. A. WUR.L.
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