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" 'Tis easy enough to be pleasant,
When life flows along like a song;
But the man worth while, is the one who will smile
When everything goes dead wrong.
For the test of the heart is trouble,
And it always comes with the years.
And a smile that is worth the praise of the earth,
Is the smile that comes through tears."
THIRD GRAND BALL
Given by Missouri Tribe, No. G9, Imperial
Order of Redmen, at Coates' Hall
FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 23
Music hy liners Redmen Orchestra of Omaha.
LADIKS FREE SPECTATORS, 2'c
EVERYBODY INVITED TO ATTEND.
Have You Planted Garden Yet?
If you have not you should pretty
soon. And in order to do good work
and to get good results you should
have good implements. If the ground
is tilled right in the start you will be
sure of getting results in the end.
We have the implements. Come and
let us show you our line.
The Firs! National Bank
V' w irr
George E. Dovey, President.
Frank E. Schlater. Viee-Pres.
Horatio N. Dovey, Cashier.
Carl G. Fricke, Asst. Cashier.
We solicit your account and prom
ise liberal treatment.
YIP YS ?
By the 01
I was reading in a comic al
tnaiwc how to make money. It
oaid: You wnd a dollnr hill up
in your hand then Iny it out
tint and you find it in creases."
If you want to make monev
fist you "take a $:'.()() bill.fold
it once and you double it; fold
it again and you'll find it in
creases four fold; keep on
folding it and you will find it
increases eight fold and even more." Gee.isn't that fierce? Seems
to me if a man wants to monkey with money that way he could do
better by coming in here and buying a barrel of National (linger
Snaps. That'a 3 lbs. for 25c. Then you buy a jar of Crosse-Rlack-well's
Black Currant Jam. That's 25c. Then you buy a box of
Kent's Water crackers, the real skee from Redding, Mass., that's
:?0c. Then you buy a can of Burnham's Boston Clam Chowder.
That's 25c. Then you can keep the change and can go home and
open up your black currant jam and have your wife fix up a cup
of Baker's cocoa or a cup of Ceylon tea and then you get up early
the next morning and open up your clam chowder and your apple
butter and, say, you are strictly in it.
By H R. NEITZEL.
'Phone No. 99
Spend a Pleasant Hour at J
The Cosy Corner
tom TRoor. rnorp.iEronv
What You Like
When You Like
But deposit your money
It ii possible that you
have 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 EXPECT TO
FORGE TO THE FRONT
in this life in a financial
way it is essential that
you have a Bank 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 o! Murdock
H. R. NEITZEL, Cashier.
Individual Responsibility Over
Albert Hunt is remodelling his store '
Miss Meta Neitzel was a Lincoln
passenger Tuesday evening.
H. R. Neitzel and family spent ;
Easter with relatives at Plattsmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amquert were
properly serenaded by the local band
Gib. Williamson is taking all the
good citizens out for a spin in his new
George Stholman ha3 purchased the
Fred Panska homestead, 1G0 acre's
price was $16,0o0.
Jacob Carnicle Sr. is visiting at the
home of his daughter, Mr. and Mr. W.
Gehrts for a time. i
Mrs. Hoops, wife of our doctor re
turned from a short visit to her old
home Monday evening. '
Miss Laura Brauchle of Plymouth
came up last Friday to spend a few
days with her parents heie.
Markets -Wheat 31.1'), convuTand
53c, oats 41c, hogs, ?J.50, butter 16c,
eggs 15c, cream 2;ic, hens lbc.
Rev. Aller.bach of Lincoln delivered
the Easter sermon ai the Lutheran
church north of town last Sunday.
Rev. J. E. Baumgartner has so far
improved that he was able to walk
about the home a little the other day.
Mrs. Vtn Lackum of Omaha vs
here Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.
Wolf. She returned to her home Tues
Business pressure has caused Louis
Neitzel to engage the services of
Hary Thomas, who will assist in the
store after this.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Weddell were'i
passcrgeri for Ashland last Friday, !
where they spent the glad Ea?t.-r tirr.e j
visiting relatives. '
David Thimgan has sold his swell !
span of ponies and rig to Charlie Long. I
This will rnaKe Charlie unusually popu
lar with the young ladles.
Mrs. Catherine Erhart, wife of the
late William Erhart, has purchased a j
2M) acre tarm of Howard Calkins and
John Colbert, south of Manley.
Mrs. Bently the trimmer for Martin
& Tool was able to leave the hospital
in Omaha and resumed her duties at
the store here Tuesday, after an absence
of over a week.
jimuo. nvnui, j,. i.d-j lite IIIIOIUI lUlit
to fall and break his right arm between
the eloow and wrist the other day. The
fracture was not a serious one and lad
will be alright in a few weeks.
The bazaar given by the ladies of the
M. E. church last week was a decided
social and financial success; netting the j
1 .. ,1: - . : i : i. . . 1 -
imiii-a sumeiuiK unc !- iu ue appnea
to their new parsonage soon to be
David Thimgan will leave for Idaho
next Monday to take a look at his real
estate holdings in that country. His
being there with the other boys that
left for Idaho during the past month
will make quite a Cass county delegation.
WANTED To buy a dozen chickens.
Inquire at this office.
WANTED To buy a good Jer.-ey cow,
not over 8 years old. Call on or ad
dress, A. F. Sturm, Nehawka, Neb.
WANTED-Young men and women to
fill position? paying $!00 to $2000 per
annum. Big demand for stenograph
ers in thy Government service, as
well B3 in private business life. Our
new method of teaching shorthand
by mail insures as thorough ar.d
practical a training at your own home
as is obtainable by personal attend
ance at any business college in the
country. We guarantee success.
Complete course for small cash pay
ment; balance to be paid when you
secure a position. Trial lesson free.
Central Business Institute, Central
Building, Washington, D. C.
if THE PLATTSMOUTH
I. F. GOOS. Prop.
When in Plattsmouth get your i
dinner at 1
The Perkins House
Guthmann & Cory, Frops. fc
It In Time
Just as Scores of Plattsmouth
Waiting doesn't pay.
If you neglect the aching back,
Urinary troubles, diabetes surely fol
io. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve backache,
Cure every Kidney ill.
Plattsmouth citizens endorse them.
E. M. Buttery, corner .Sixth and Wal
nut streets, Plattsmouth, Neb., says:
"1 did not require a long use to pave
to me that Doan's Kidney Pills are a
remedy of merit. I often had pains in
my hips, so severe that I could hardly
work and there was also a lameness
across my loins. I had reason to I e
lieve that these troubles were caused
by disordered kidneys and hearing
Doan's Kidney Pills so highly spoken
of, I made up my mind to try them. I
procured a box at Goring & Co's. drug
store and they brought me prompt and
(Statement given June 19, 1!0G.)
On Dt cember 21), 1'JIW, Mr. Buttery
said: "I still have a good word to say
fur Doan's Kidney Pills. I heart.ly
confirm the statement I made over two
years ago in their favor."
For sale by all de.ilers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. t'2 5
$1200.00 FOR YOU-Stoneman made
$1200.00 monthly. Korstarl J2200.00.
New business. Hundreds getting
rich. Experience unnecessay. Credit.
Strange invention. Gives every home
bathroom for $5. Cleanses almost
automatically. Startling inducements
free. Allen Mfg. Co., 201!) Adams,
Toledo, Ohio. ltl-3
BAILEY & MAG11
litest APDllonctt W.h-Gnd Orntl try ReiiOD
bit PrkM. ttt-r qulpprt Omul Of
fice Ii Iht Middle tA.
rcii discount to City vioito'O.
M floor t-tmon Km ..Hiii it r.rnim, OMAHA, NEB.
The Nkw.s-Hekai.d has made club
bing arrangements with the Kansas
City Weekly Star, nnd to all new sub
scribers paying one year in advance for
the N.vs-Herald the Kansas City
Weekly Star will be mailed one year
free, also ail subscribers to the News
Hkrai.D who will pay up arrears, and
one year in advance, will be presented
with a complimentary tiub.-cription to
the Kansas City Star. The Star is
recognised thrcughout the Southwest
as one of the strongest weekly news
papers printel, and we feel that many)
of our subscribers will t iko advantage
of this offer.
! A. L. TIDD
i Bank of Eagle, Eagle.
T Nehawka Bank, Nehawka.
j Bank of Murdock, Murdock.
i First Nat'l bank, Greenwood.
T State bank of Murray. Murray, v
1 First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth. t
Queen Mills kennels.
Champion blood of the world.
Direct descendants from J. 1.
Morgan's famous $10,000 dog.
We now have a litter on hand on
which we are making especially
attractive prices in Plattsmouth
and vicinity for the purpose of
introducing our stock on this side
of tho river. For further infor
mation and prices, call on or ad
Intl. Thone. i7-6 Pacific Junction. la.
New 1909 American Poultry
and Rabbit Fence
The best yard and chicken fence ever
made. Weiphs over 10 times as much per
rod as the common netting and only costs
one fourth more. Will stretch over any
kind of ground and does not need any board
at top or bottom. Also a full stock of
Pittsburg Cyclone fencing.
JOHN BAUER, Sole Agent
Dr. Barne?, veterinary.
"Booster" envelopes arj the latest
Trunk C. L ndncr. defemlant. will takn notice!
that on the i7th rlay of March. 1;"'J. Anna D.
I. inilner, ilainlil! herein, lilwl hi'r petition in the !
District Louit of Ca-s County, Nobtaiika. aruint i
mill defendant, the object and prayer of which in
to oblain a Ut-'Cro of divorce from the defi-nnant.
on the around that the deicndnnt has failed ana
refined for more than wx months rrior to the I
liliiiK nf the petit o i. to support and maintain the
plaint. IT. although amply able so to do. and tonivj
cure the cu uol of the three ininur children, the I
iimuc of aaid niHrriairo
You are required to answer said petit'on on or '
b'fore Monday, the day of May. l'.H)'j.
Dated tiuuth 27. IWX
Anna D. L:n;.nf.r.
,n rE are selling lot; of
; ' ' Sherman Williams
PAINT now, not because
it is the time to paint
now, Lut because it is the
on the market.
L -g.il Notic.
rita'e of Nebraska 1 . ,, i-r..,.,,.,. r.,..
fVuntyr.f(W i In County Court.
In the matter of the enta'e of Waclav Krowlelt,
called James Kruwlck, deceased.
To all person interested :
Vounre hereiiy notilieil that there has b?en
lilrd in this couit a p.-tninn. toKether with an in
stiument purporting to b ' the last will and 'c;ita
ment of saiil f!n-ened. The prayer of aid peti
tion is that said insttumont be allowed and pro
hat 'd. and that the eutat" of said decia ed he ad
You are further notified that there will be a
heurmir upon :.aid pHmon It.'i'oro this eouri in the
county court room I'la't-moitth, in saiil c unty.
on the lt day i' M:;;. l!K".i. at II o'clock A. I... aini
'iiat all oliji'ctions. if uny. ntu't be lile.l on or be
fore said uiy and hour of hearitiK.
Witmss my band and the seal of the county
court of said county this 10th day of April '.V.
AUXN J. lil t . ON.
:l- ISi.al County Judtt'.'.
! F. G. Fricke & Co.
In County Court.
State of Nebraska, '
County of I'm. i"
In the matter of tlio estate of James P.
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that there han been
flli-d in this court a petition, alleging among other
flings that said James It. Cathcy, departed this
life, intestate, in said county on the day nf
March, l')S, seized of both real and personal
The prayer of said petition In that sai l e.slale
he administered and that W. II. rub; be ap
pointed administrator of aaid estate.
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had upon said potition before thin court at Platts
mouth, in said county on the 17th day of April,
limit, at ten o'clock A. M. and that all objections,
if any, must be filed on or beforo said day and
hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of said county
court of said county this 27th day of March, l'JOU.
X7-8 ALLtN J. Bkkson.
iSeai. County Judge.
I am now ready to show
up-to-date styles of Spring
and Summer MILLINERY.
A'so Ladies' Neckwear and
Notions. Call and see them
before going elsewhere.
Mrs. Julia CDwycr
, rh. In County Court.
We are headquarters for those rich,
juicy Sausages, the delight of the epi
cure. We also have a fine line of
Bolognas, Wiener, Steaks, Roasts, etc.
Call us up on either phone.
Kunsman & Ramge U
State of Nebraska, '
COunty of Cass. t
In the matter of the cstatcof Zerah Wilbur Cole,
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that there Is on file in
this court a petition, alleging therein that Zarah
Wilbur Cole, departed this life intestate, in said
county on the 27th day of March 1'JOit, and praying
that wid estate bo administered and that Silas
Long be appointed administrator.
You are further notified thai a hearing will be
had on said petition before this court in the county
court room at I'lattsmouth, in said county on the
.'IPth day of April V.m. at nino o'clock A. M. at
which time, all objections, if any, must be filed.
Witness my hand and the seal of the iv,,mi
Court of C'asa County, Nebraska, this Sth day of
By the Court, Allen J. Bkkson,
r , County Judge.
S tate of Nebraska, I . .
louniy oi t.ass, t "' uri.
in tne matter of the estate of Anna Krowlok. do-ceased.
To all persons interested:
iou are nereny notiticd that a petition has been
filed In this court, alleging therein that Raid Anna
"-... in biu county, inies
tate. and leaving an estate to be administered.
Ynillm fiirtlin, nntilla.1 ,k, l.An.i ...
had uiwn said petition before this court, at the
count v court room ut l'liitun.ntl. ln
on the 1st day of May IDO'.i, at o'clock A. M. and
that all objections, if any, must be onliloonor
before said day and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the aenl of the county
court of said county this loth day of Aprii Wi
. , , Allen J. Hkxson, "
91-8 ISEAL County Judge.
IT'S VERY UNUSUAL
to Bee such handsome turnouts as
poes from Manspeaker's livery
Btable. Our rigs are up-to-date,
out carriaKes are swell 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 Manspeaker's for vour
Jones' Old Livery Barn
Seventh Main Sta. I'lattsmouth. Neb.
The old reliable Dr. Barnes id airaln
prepared to attend to your veterinary
wants. Satisfaction guaranteed.
"Dooster" envelopes at Irwins.