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Millinery Spring Opening
Have on display
a beautiful line of
11 IV f J
the most popular
shapes and designs.
Please call and see.
By H. R. NEITZEL.
Bank Building. Murdock, Neb. 'Phone No. 99.
What You Like
When You Like
But deposit your money
It is possible that you
have never felt the abso
lute necessity of having . a
bank account. It ia prob
able you could drift along
for years without one but
IF YOU EXPECT TO
FORGE TO THE FRONT
in this life in a financial
way it is essential that
you have a Hank Account.
We give you a personal
invitation to make this bank
your depository whether
you have a small sum or a
large one to. lay aside for
Bank of Murdock
H. R. NEITZEL. Cashier.
Individual Responsibility Over
Dr. M. Hoops is entertaining his
Mr. Arthur Rikli has been on the sick
list the past few days.
Mis Anna Baumgartner was an Om
aha passenger Monday.
Wm, Weddell is out again after a
ling seige of sickness.
Rev. and Mrs. A. Brauchle were Om
an passengers last Monday.
Sixteen pupils took the 8th grade ex
amination Monday and Tuesday.
John Ruge and family were Avoca
visitors last week for several days.
John P. Mockonhaupt was up from
7Jincoln visiting friends this week.
The condition of Rov. J. E. Baum
Srtncr is slowly but surely improving.
Wm. Bourkc shipped a car of hogs
to the South Omaha market Wednes-
Miss Sarah Venner of Walton has
"been visiting the Westlake family here
for several weeks.
Markets: Wheat $1.0(5, corn 50-57,
oats 4.1, hogs butter 16, eggs 15,
Iterss 10, cream 25.
The trimmer employed by Martin &
Tool was taken sick last week which
.caused the firm to rustle up another for
the Kaster trade. '
Two of the younger sisters of John
wtxl Kate Amquert of Missouri are here
visiting relatives for a short time.
Henry Tool had the misfortune to
drop a cream separator upon his right
foot which causes that limp in his gait.
Word received firm Mr. Frasehor
kIs tea that he and family arrived safe
ly in Seattle, Washington last Sunday.
Will Heirs has purchased the 4)
n?resof the first National Bank of
Creenwood, formerly the WaKlron
From last reports Mrs. Mike Thim
;an. now of Denver, Colorado, ia very
seriously sick and hardly expect
ed to survive.
"Wc understand that Louisville went
last Tuesday while Ashland and
iSnecnwood went "dry." What Mur
ick will do remains to be seen.
II. V. McDonald, A. J. Tool, II. A.
Tol and Will Kleiser made up a fishing
ptrty that camped along the banks of
tlw Platte four days and nights last
week. They did not return empty hnnd
Tlicy brought back a few carp to
iw where they had been.
AX the annual election the candidates
put up by the Citizens were, elected,
namely Jacob Goehry, Sr. and Henry
I A. Tool. The original board of village
Dads has never been changed from the
; time that Murdock was incorporated,
i which speaks well for all concerned.
Albert Dettman and Fred Obemolte
j left Wednesday for the far west. They
go via Colorado and Utah and will view
the more interesting sights along the
route, while their destination is Boise.
Idaho. Before returning they will
doubtless take in the exposition at Se
A most sad accident occurred at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Carniclc
j near South Bend last week. Mrs. Car
nicle was getting ready to scrub the
i floor when their two-year-old daughter
I backed into the pan of boiling water
! with the result that she died from the
j burns received about five hours later.
: The sympathy of the community goe3
; out to the bereaved family.
' Last week Wednesday John Amquert
! surprised hii many friends here bv
! quietly going after his lady at Alvo,
I then boarding the train to Omaha where
'they secured a marriage license ard
were married. They then left for
short honeymoon trip to some Iowa
point after which they will return and
make Murdock their home. Mrs. Am
quert is the oldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hite, and her sister, Miss
Josephine, acted the part of bridesmaid
while Raymond We3tlake w as best man
for the occasion.
procession following the remains to ;
their last resting place at Oakwood
cemetery. We understand that one of i
the older boys is s Hourly iil with j
On Thursday as an extra freight was j
pulling into the yardj at this place
they found a telegram awaiting them j
stating that thc-y had run over ai d ,
killed a man near Berlin. As none of j
the train crew saw h:m it is tupposed
he tried to board the train while under
full headway and was thrown under the
The Modern Woodmen after their
regularlmeeting at I. 0. 0. F. hall Sat
urday r.iht, loaded th m themselves
with good things t) eat and marched to
Johnson's hall for a surprise on the
Royal Neighbors, and the latter as soon
as they could find their fpeech, made
them welcome. The evening was spent
in lodge drills which were enjoyed by
The last number on the lecture
course, the Euphonium Glee club drew
a large crowd to the Congo, church
and was a rare treat for all. The board
of managers are to be congratulated
for the excellent course of lectures
they have furnished, also for their
financial success, there being' about
thirty-five dollars left in the treasury
which, by vote, was to be applied on a
lecture course next year.
The High School Oratorical Contest
by the Juniors drew quite a large crowd
at the Congo. Church on Friday tven
ing and was a great success. All did
exceedingly well, of which the faculty
was very proud. In the awarding of
the prizes Miss Mabel McNan ee re
ceived first and Miss Mayme Fowler
received second. There were six con
testants and the rest have the privilege
of reading books to the amount of 50c
awarded by the Crysalis Club.
LIKE "EASY MONEY"
AMATEUR BEGGAR'S HARD LUCK
But Perhaps If He Really Had Been;
Hungry His Nerve Would Have
Failed Him at the j
Critical Stage. ;
From the Republican.
One of Wm. Ash's little children is
very sick with whooping cough.
A good many have garden and pota
toes planted now for a good freeze.
Mrs. I. C. Leman of University Tlai-e
was an over Sunday visitor in our city.
A good many from the country came
in to take the Sth grade examination
Monday and Tuesday.
P. G. Matthews who has been sick
for some time died and the budy was
shipped to Hamburg, Iowa, for burial.
Mr. H. P. Haalain departed o:i Von
dy for Douglas. Wyoming, where he
expect to work at the carpenter trade
The usual weekly wreel: occurred on
the M. P. on Thursday about three
miles east of town; several cars went
in the ditch and no one was hurt.
Mr3. Wm. Spangler has so far re
covered as to be brought home, al
though far from well, we hope that she
will rapidly recover her former health.
Aller: Hinkle, the butcher, departed
Wednesday for Douglas, Wyoming,
where he has a good job. He deserves
it ns he U a good meat cutter and oblig
ing to deal with.
After visiting and joyinz a gcod:
ti ne at home for a week, Miss Fowler, j
Clarence l.au, Jasper Trimblin and ;
Jamie Joyce, returned to their school
duties at Wcslyan.
Rev. II. W. Cope of the M. E. church
i was called to Adams to preach the j
funeral sermon of the Pastor of that j
place, who inert trom an operation m !
the hospital in Omaha.
The city election passed oil very
quietly, and as there was one ticket in
the field, it was unanimously elected.
The petition to have but two wards in
stead of three was defeated.
Wm. Cherry has rented the Dubois
building and by putting in a partition
he has now a large and commodious
room. When arranged he will have
one of the best music and news depats
in the country.
m ii 1 1 i ii i
i. irauon wno Kepi me uoami
house at the Swede quarry died Satur
day and was buried Sunday, a large
J. R. Noyes was in Lincoln Monday
Joe Cline of Lincoln was in town
Mrs. Cha3. Noyes was in Omaha
Nate Haien ani Chas. Amick were
in Omaha Tuesday.
0. Ward shipped a car of stock to
South Omaha Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wood left Tues
day evening for Calgara, Canada.
Miss Latta Koop returned to the
state normal at Peru Saturday even
Mrs. Blanch biples of Omaha was a
guest at the Mayfisld home over Sun
Mrs. Wm. G. Erhart nr.d Mr. Frank
Stander were in Platlsmouth Wednes
Mrs. W. F. Gu?33 entertained a few
friends Monday in honor of her anni
Misses Eilith Shyrock and Olive
Slander were passengers to Weeping
Wates bst evening.
Miss Ida Schoenian of Springfield
was culled to nurse her sister, Mrs
Wm. Hoover, who is sick this week.
The village election Tuesday, April
6, 19D9, was as follows.
Wm. Diers 113 votes
Chas. A. Richey Ill votes
Geo. Fratcr Ill votes
Walter Bkikes .103 votes
Sam Ball 75 votes
P. A. Jacobfon ,. 74 votes
W. A. Clt'ghorn 73 votes
Fred Lof green 73 votes
After turning down an uncouth look
in tiranwr who exnresstd his desire
for the urlce of a meal.
Thompson continued thou;
ins way. ; a
Must bo embarrassing to ask a man i
for a dime and get turned down,"
mused John. "That poor fellow didn't
know how to put up a plausible story.
Tlsn't so easy, mebby. Like as not I
couldn't do any better."
These thoughts led to still more
thoughts and the first thins John knew
he had determined to flail out no
could tell a hard luck story that would
get the money.
Slowly and with measured stride, he
strolled on down Superior avenue. Ha
had decided to watch and prey, and
keep on watching until he sighted his
By and by, a well-dressed man, va
lise In hand, whom John felt sure was
a total stranger to him. came walking
John Thompson stopped him. "You
doubtless have Just finished a hotel
dinner," began John. "I am nungrj.
Were you ever hungry?"
"I don't care to he cross examined,"
returned the stranger tartly.
John winced slightly. Could the
stranger know that he made his living
cross-examining people? But ho took
hold of the man's lapel and renewed
his line of talk. "I've got to have
a piece of money, I loll you," he said
u-iiii vphomence. "I'm hungry. You
wouldn't stop to argue If you'd evcrj
been real hungry. Possibly you'vo
been reared In the lap of luxury and
don't realize how gray the sky line
looks when you haven't even the price j
of a sandwich In your pocket." i
"You seem like an Intelligent tel
le w," remarked John's victim, sizing
him up, curiously. "You shouldn't
have to go hungry. There Is work for
all In this world."
"You are complimentary ." returned
John, "hut It does not alleviate my;
craving for food. My stomach has
been almost entirely depleted for 24 1
hour3. Have you no sympathy? Is I
there no feeling of humanity In your'
"Your clothes ere good tallor-mado
garments, I take it You shouldn't bn. j
without funds. You've seen better,
'You're evading the l3:;uo." sighed j
John, sadly; "the fact remains that I;
am hungry, almost to tho point of j
starvation, if you are unwinins to am
a poor, needy person like me, say so
"Oh, well, take this," rut In tho j
stranger, dropping a quarter Into'
Thompson's hand. 'I didn't say 1 1
wouldn't help you. I am simply In-!
terestcd in sociology and wondered i
why a man, evidently of some Intelli- j
genco, should " j
John was smiling whimsically as he;
replaced the quarter In the hand of hlsj
"I just wanted to see If 1 could do!
It," ho explained. Then drawing , a
crisp now five-dollar bill from his vestj
pocket, he added: "Walk on over,
across the street with mo and have a1
cigar or something." Cleveland Plain :
Kunsman & Ramge
carry the finest stock in their
line in Cass county. Choice
Steaks, Chops, Roasts, etc.,
always on hand and an ex
cellent line of delicatessen,
fancy sausages, etc. Both
Rev. Chester Birch, who ha3 bemj Legal Notice.
h tiding a Series of meetings at the Frank c. Lindner, defendant, will Uke notice
Prnnhvtprlan church dpnarted vester-1 ,hton t"e 'iUh d ' March. 1909. Ann D.
rresoyieridn cnurcn, uepariea yesier- UndncTi p.intlT herein. Hied her petition in th
dty for Chicago, Where he Will conduct Uintriet Coutt of Cm County. Nebraska, against
. ... , I said defendant, the object and prayer of which ia
Similar SdV.ceS. to obtuin a decree of divorce from the defendant.
on the ground that the defendant ha failed and
refused for more than nix month., prior to the
tilinof the petition, to (upnort and maintain the
plaintiff, althouzh amply able o to do. and to se
cure the custody of the three minor children, the
isuc of mid marriage
You are required to answer uid petition on or
before Monday, the 10th day of May, l'JOV.
Dated march 27, 1909.
Anna D. Lindnkb,
I SCOTCH COLLIES !
Queen Mills kannclS.
Champion blood of the world.
Direct descendants from J. P.
Morgan's famous $10,000 dog.
We now l ave a litter on hand on
which we are making especially
attractive prices in Flattsmouth
and vic'nity for the purpose of
introducing our stock on this side
of the river. For further infor
mation ond prices, call on or ad
dress CARL LINCOLN,
Ind. "Phone. S7-8 Pacific Junction. Ia.
I am now ready to show
up-to-date styles of Sprir.i?
and Summer MILLINERY.
A'so Ladies' Neckwear and
Notions. Call and tec them
before going elsewhere.
Legal Notice. .
State of Nebraska, ' , , r-,
County of Caa. t SJ In County CourL
In the matter of the estate of Jamet R. Cathey,
To all persona interested:
You aro hereby notified that there haa been
filed in thin court a petition, alleging among other
t'lingn that suid James It. Cathey, departed this
life, intestate, in taid county on the 9 in day of
March, 19 9, aeized of both real and pergonal
The prayer of said petition is that laid estate
he administered and that W. H. Puis be ap
pointed administrator of said estate.
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had upon said petitioa before this court at PlatU
mouth, in said county on the 17th day of April.
1909, at ten o'clock A. M. and that all objeciiona.
if any, must be filed on or before said day and
hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of aid county
court of said county this 27th day of March. 190'.).
H7-6 Allen J. Bkkson.
Seal County Judge.
Mrs. Julia C. Dwyer
Not'cs to Creditors.
State of Nebraska, i . -,,. r ,
(. County. i In County Court
In the matter of the estate of Eliza 3. Shepherd,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the Administrator of said
estate, before mo. County Judireof Cass County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room in i'latta
mouth, in Mini Coun'y, on the 10:h day of April.
1909. and on the Uh day of October. 1909. at 10
o'clock A. M.. esrh day. for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examination, adjus'.mcnt
.Six months are allowed for the creditors of said
declared to presnt their claims, and one year for
tho Administrator to settle said estate, from the
10 1 h day of April, 1..
Witness my hund and seal of naid County Court,
at Phtttsmoutli. Nebraska, this 9th day of
KAXSKY & FiAMrEY. ALLCN J. BKE.S'lN,
Attorneis, County Judge.
Her Fatal Error.
He was supposed to be a poor, but
otherwise honest young man, while
she was admittedly a thins of beauty.
' Will you marry me?" he asked.
"No," she answered.
"You are very short," ho mut
tered. "Ditto." she replied. "That's why
there is nothing doing In the matrimo
"Oh, 1 don't know," ho sneered, as
he extracted an obaso billhook from
an Inside pocket and displayed n num
ber of $1,000 bills. "I'm not so
Whereupon the unwary maid tried
to fall upii'.i his neck, but he grace
fully sldesiepped and she fell to the
floor In n faint.
"iots of fun Is poked at the crowd
ed condition of the street cars."
"Yes. It's n standing Joke." Kansas
Dream of Grouchy Man. I
Landlord Vv'. .1. Akers is authority;
for this story, told n few daya a-;o by j
C'oiiRressman Adam lied" durSns a
brief sojourn In the cliy. j
It's about a man who pot up
wrong foot foremost, refusing to re
spond to his wife s cheerful greeting
and working himself up Into a sullen
fury for no reason at all.
"Did you sleep well, dear?" she
sweetly asked, all unaware of his
"Sleep, nothing!" exclaimed the
grouch. "I did nothing but dream."
"How nice," she giggled. "I won
der if you dreamed of me?"
"Just that," he affirmed. "All night,
"And what did you dream, dear?"
she ruthlessly pursued her Inquiry.
"Dreamed you ran away with a
fellow," he growled.
"And I was wondering what In
thunder he was running for." Cleve
r'E are selling lots of
PAINT now, not because
it is the time to paint
now, but because it is the
on the market.
";f F. G. Fricke & Co. i
Police Doas Useful In Parks.
lathe Amsterdam ami ILctrlemj
parks and woods the police do Is in-,
valuable and has already saved many'
a woman nnd child from luolestnilon.
The Idea that such does arc about
causes n wholesome drond In the.
minds of would-be criminals. It isi
hoped that The Hague will also soon'
be favored with canine additions to i
the police force, for the extensive;
narks and woods are often rendered
dangerous by tramps and other undo
Defends "Art" on Billboards.
Charleg M. llowmnn, a councilman
of Wllkesbnrre, has achieved fame by
defending theatrical blllbourda. In a
speech which turned tho tldo In the
city council that seemed setting
against theso prominently pervasive
objects, he said: "Where, I say, where
can you get finer art than Is on soniel
of the billboards? These pictures ex
cel In beauty the paintings of llenja-j
niln West or tho sculpture of Michael i
Angclo and are a delight to tho naked j
eye," ' '
We are showing a fine line of med
ium priced Underwear.
ME.de of fine muslin, doable
stitched, taped seams, trimmed
with Val Lace and wide In
sertion;?, each 25c
Same as above trimmed
with 5 rows of Insertion run
ning up and down 35c
Bc-iter grades at
each. . . .40c, 50c, 65c and 75c
ft ft yb
1 T- '
Made of fine grade of mus
lin, double filled teams, hem
stitched ruffle or rows of
Same trimmed with Lace
and Insertion or Embroidery
at 40c and 50c
it. Ti t
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.
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
E. A. WURX.
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