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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1909)
Dr. Dailey was a visitor in Omaha
Mrs Alfred Johnson was in Omaha
Chas. Spence of Havelock was in
Arthur Parmele of Lincoln was in
town over Sunday.
Jerry McIIugh of South Bend was in
town on business Thursday.
O. Sintor left Saturday evening for
DeWitt, Neb., to viit Mrs. II. Fort.
Miss Fannie Hoyte was a guest of
E. C TwiHS and family over Sunday.
A large party of Masons attended
lodge in Springfield Saturday evening.
1). C. Morgan and Prof. J. W. Gam
ble of Plattsmouth were in town Fri
day. Dr. M. U. Thomas of Memphis was
in Louisville last week enrouteto Weep
Mrs. Wauneta Hawkins of Cape Jar
ata. Mo., is a guest of her sister, Mrs.
Miss Francis Lcuchtweis came up
from Plattsmouth Wednesday to visit
J. J. Frater and wife of David City,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frater
Miss Lenora Tangeman of Gretna
was in town Sunday, the guest of Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Vanskoyoc of
f I have just moved into the Union . !
T block, and respectfully solicit a
t Josso Perry, Barber
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It was the goodness of the crackers
that made the fame of the name
Lincoln spent Easter Sunday with Mr.
and Mr. Brodine.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Childers and little
daughter returned from Greeley, Colo.,
to visit relatives in Louisville.
Mr. G. W. Mayfield was called to
Greenwood Sunday because of the ill
ness of his sister, Mrs. J. MefTord.
Last Friday evening Mrs. Watson
entertained her Sunday school class at
her home. The party was given for
prompt attendance on the part of the
scholars. A pleasant evening was
spent and dainty luncheon enjoved by
Mrs. Thomas is visiting in Union
J. W. Staton was seen in town
Some children around town have the
0. L. Wilson went to Lincoln Satur
day to see his boys.
Chas. Brann resigned the postmaster
ship the first of the week.
Mr. John Brown has employed Mrs.
Cooper of Omaha as housekeeper.
Mr. Hazelton, an old comrade of Mr.
M. V. Woods, has been visiting him.
Mrs. Beech of Weeping Water is
very sick at the home of her daughter,
A. W. Barrett, Harry Thomas and
Grover Otte were visitors in Lincoln
A family moved into the Lawton
house the first of the month. The man
will work for Oscar Allen.
The ladies of the Baptist church gave
an Easter social at the home of Iva
McCroy Thursday evening.
The eighth grade pupils from the
neighboring districts took examinations
in town Monday and Tuesday.
Dr. Jones was called over from Mur
dock Saturday to see Mr. Squires. He
is better at this writing but still pretty
All of the neighbors and friends of
T. Richards family met at their home
April 1st., and surprised them with a
farewell reception. Mr. Richards went
to Lincoln Wednesday, where they will
make their future home.
The Royal Neighbors have just ended
a contest for new members and the de
feated side gave a 3 course banquet to
the winners on the evening of April 1. j
Each members' family was invited and
in all there were 50 present. The
second course was an April fool on the
winners, April fool games were played
State of Nebraska, ' in . -
County of Cass. i 8S- ,n Cmn Court-
In the matter of the estate of Zeruh Wilbur Cole,
To all persons interested:
You arc hereby notified that there is on Tile in
thin court a petition, aliening therein thnt Zarah
W ilhtir Cote, departed this life int state, in saiil
county on the 27th day of March l'.W. and pravinK
that said estate lie administered ar.d that Silas
Long be appointed administrator.
You are further notified that a hearing will lie
had on said petition before thin court in thecntintv
court room at I'lattsmouth. in suiil county on the
..t'lh day ot April r.H'D. at nine oclin-k A. M. at
wlvch time, all objivtions. if any. must be tiled.
Witness my hand and the seal of the County
Court of Cans County. Nebraska, this fthilayof
By the Court, Allen J. Bkkson,
State of Nebraska. i , , ,
County of Ca. t ,n C"' Court-
In the matter of the estate of Anna Krowlck. de
ceased. To all persona interested:
You are hereby notitied that a petition has been
filed in this court, aliening therein that said Anna
Krowlek. departed this life in said county, intes
tate, and leaving an estate to be administered.
You are further notitied that a hearing will be
hail upon said petition before this court, at the
county court room at Plattsmouth. In said county
on the 1st day of Muy 1B09. at 9 o'clock A. M. and
that all objections, if any. must be on file on or
before said day and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of the county
court of said county this 10th day of April 1W9.
Allkn J. Hkkson.
91-6 SEAL County J udije.
Stato of Nebraska I , - . -
County of Cass. t- In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Waclav Krowlek,
called James Krowlek, deceased,
To all persons interested :
You are hereby notitied that there has been
filed in this court a petition, together with an in
strument purporting to be the last will and testa
ment of said deceased . The prayer of said peti
tion is that said instrument lie allowed and pro
bated, and that the estate of said deceased be ad
ministered. You are further notified that there will be
hearing upon said petition before this court in the
county court room at I'lattsmouth. in said county,
on the 1st day of May 1W., at 9 o'clock A. M. and
that all objections, if any, must be tiled on or be
fore said day and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of the county
court of said county this 10th day of April I'.HW.
. , ' Allen J. Ukkhon.
91-8 Seal County Judge.
State of Nebraska, I , .
County of Casa. ( Ml In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of James R. Cathcy,
To all persona interested:
You are hereby notified that thera has been
died in this court a petition, alleging among other
things that aaid James H. Cathey. departed this
life, intestate, in said county on the 9th day of
March, lm seized of both real and personal
The prayer of said petition is that aaid estate
be administered and that W. H. Tula be ap
pointed administrator of aaid estate.
You are further notitied that a hearing will be
had upon said petition before this court at I'latta
mouth, In said county on the 17th day of April,
1909, at ten o'clock A. M. and that all objections,
if any, must be filed on or before said day and
hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said county
court of said county this 27th day of March, 11HW,
, N-0 ALLEN J. I1KKHON.
iSkal) County Judge.
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Frank C. Lindner, defendant, will take notice
that on the 27th day of March. 1909, Anna D.
Lindner, plaintiff herein, filed her petition in the
District Coutt of Cass County, Nebraska, against
said defendant, the object and prayer of which is
loolitain a decree of divorce from the defendant,
on the ground that the defendant has failed and
refused for more than six months prior to the
tiling of the petit'on. to support and maintain the
plaintiff, although amply able so to do, and to se
cure the custody of the three minor children, the
Issue of said marrmge.
You arc required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, the loth day of May, 19U9.
t. Dated march 27, 1909.
Anna D. Lindner.
A Candidate's Bill.
Below is given the expense account
of a West Texas candidate, who says he
will never be a candidate again. Here Is
the way he puts itdown:
Lost 3 months canvassing; 1340 hours
thinking about election; 5 acres of cot
ton; 23 acres of corn, a whole sweet po
tato patch, 5 shoats and one beef given
to barbecue, 2 front teeth and a consid
able quantity of hair in a personal skir
mish. Gave away 79 plugs of tobacco,
2 pair of suspenders, 4 calico dresses, 7
dolls and 13 baby rattlers.
Told 2989 lies, shook hands 43,5t!9
times, talked enough to have made in
print 1000 large volumes of patent oflice
eports, kissed 121 babies, kindled one
kitchen tire, cut two cords of wood,
carried 21 buckets of water, was dog
Lit 7 times.
Loaned to my neighbors 3 barrels of
inr r.T l.iulir.la f.f maul 1"JI nn'tritu nf
flour, 57 bushels of meal, 150 pounds of
! bacon, 3'J pounds of butter, 12 dozen
I ..nfu O ,,l .. .M., II l.l ...!, 1
iKK, uiuui i:iia, ii it.au i:iiwi3, i
liible, 1 coat and 5 paper collars, none
of which have returned. Called my op
ponent a tabulated liar-doctor bill $10.
Had 5 arguments with my wife result:
1 flower vase smashed, 1 broom handle
broken, 1 dish of hash knocked oft the
table, 1 shirt bosom ruined, 2 hand full
of whiskers pulled out, 10c worth of
sticking plasters bought, besides spend
ing $1027 on the campaign.
Got 4 votes (myself, father and two
brothers) and have come to the conclu
sion that there are more liars to the
inch during the campaign than any
other time." Exchange.
See us for sale bills.
Read our advertisements.
For fine job printing call at this
fJlue grass and clover seed at John
Gasoline stoves from $2.j0 to $30 at
Ed. Broman is visiting with friends
at Logan, Iowa.
Oscar Zaar of South Bend transacted
business here Saturday.
0. A. Kitzel of Alvo was transacting
business in this city Friday.
James Loughridge of Murray was in
the city Friday on business.
Mrs. John Toman and children are
visiting her parents at South Omaha.
Mrs. Ed Weaver and son are visiting
relatives and friends in Ashland, Ne
braska. V. D. Conn .of Greenwood was at
tending to some business matters here
Henry Vickers of Alvo was in the
city Friday looking after some business
Mrs. P. W. Wright and children are
visiting her parents at Firth, Neb., for
a few days.
W. H. Newell and S. II. Atwood arc
looking after their stone quarries near
St. Joseph, Mj,
Adam FornofT a prominent farmer of
Cedar Creek attended Good Friday ser
vices in this city.
Joseph Donat, father of Ed ar.d
Henry Donat of this city is seriously ill
at Weston, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes of Mur
ray were the gnests of C. A. Rawls
and wife Thursday.
Walter Brittain and family returned
home from a visit with friends and rel
atives in Burlington, la.
W. G. Lorens was attending to busi
ness matters at Fairmont, Neb., the
latter part of the week.
James Furlong returned to iJenver,
Colo., after making a short visit with
his parents at Rock BlulTs.
John Lobnes a prosperous farmer
from the vicinity of Louisville was a
business visitor here Friday.
Mrs. Henry Horn returned home Sat
urday after a visit of several weeks
with her brother at Pekin, 111.
Mrs. William McCauley has gone to
visit her granddaughter, Mrs. Doris
Patterson at Concordia, Kansas.
Mrs. T. J. Isnt r and children have
gone to Table Rock, Neb., fur a few
days visit with relatives and friends.
Miss Jessie Snodgrass of G:etna,
Nek, spent a few days visiting with
her coutins, II. L. and E J. Kruger.
II. G. Wellcnsick, cashier of the
Bank of Avoca, was looking after some
business matters in this city Thursday.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. George B.
LehnhofT wa3 made happy last Satur
day morning by the birth of a new girl
. Terry Utterback formerly of this
city, but now engaged in the restau
rant business at South Omaha spend
Supt. J. W. Gamble and D. C. Mor
gan one of the members of the school
board were visiting the Louisville
Miss Jennie Putney of Sunshine,
Wyo., is visiting with her cousin, Mrs.
A. L. Todd and Mrs C. P. Richards
west of this city.
Mrs. Teegarden and son spent sev
eral days last week visiting with her
parents here. Postmaster Smith is
justly proud of his grandson.
Hon. Orlando Tefft of Avoca, one of
the leading citizens of that thriving
village was an over night visitor in this
city the latter part of the week.
Mrs. C. E. Thornburg and daughter
returned to their home in Sioux City,
la., after a few days' visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Tartach.
S. W. Berge of South Bend trans
acted business in this city the middle
of the week. Mr. Berge is one of the
prosperous businessmen of that vil
lage. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Murphy came in
this morning for a few days' visit witb
old Plattsmouth friends. Mr. Murphy
has just returned from Havana, Cuba,
where he was stationed with the army
Spend a Pleasant Hour at 2
1 1 JJlg Q$V COTtlCF
JTOM TROOP, PROPRIETOR
f THE PLATTSMOUTH $
P. F. GOOS, Prop.
When in Plattsmouth get your
dinner at ,
f The Perkins House i
Cuthmann & Cory. Props.
BAILEY & fflACH
latest Appliance Dl;h-Grd OrntMry. flrltos
ible PrlcM. brM-raulpprd Oentsl Of
fice Ii the Middle West.
ecciat discounts to cit viaiTessj.
Id rinor t-siton Ink . isiii t rrnm, 0UAHA, NEB.
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Bank of Eagle, Eagle. J.
Nchawka Bank, Nehawka. v
Bank of Murdock, Murdock. J
First Nat'l bank, Greenwood. a
State bank of Murray, Murray, f
First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth.
Queen Mills KennclS.
Champion blood of the world.
Direct descendants from J. P. J
Morgan's famous $10,01)0 dog. J.
We now have a litter on hand on f
which we are making especially '
attractive prices in Plattsmouth J.
and vicinity for the purpose of f
introducing our stock on this side X
of the river. For further infor- 4.
mation and prices, call on or ad- f
CARL LINCOLN, i
Ind. 'Phone. 7-6 I'acific Junctiun, la.
n rE are selling lots of
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PAINT now, not because y
it is the time to paint
now, but because it is the !j!
on the market.
I F. G. Frickc & Co.
I am now ready to show
up-to-date styles of Spring
and Summer MILLINERY.
Also Ladies' Neckwear and
Notions. Call and see them
before going elsewhere.
Mrs. Julia C. Dwyer
t 1 MV'f'm-m
IT'S VERY UNUSUAL
to see such handsome turnouts as
goes from Manspeaker's livery
stable. Our rigs are up-to-date,
our carriages are well in style
and comfortable to ride in, and
our horses are always well
groomed, well dressed and well
fed. When you want a drive
come to Manspcaker'i for your
Jones' Old Livery Barn
Scvonth A Main Sta. Nattamouth. Nob.
Chris. Duerr of near Louisville was a
business visitor here ThursrW i
Ducrr is one of the leading farmers of
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