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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1909)
I Andrew Bloom ,
j Pleads Guilty
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At thf preliminary hearing yesterday
mining Andrew Bloom, whq was ar
rested for burglarizing Stone's store at
Greenwood, and also of stealing about
$22)0 worth of linen lrom the Burling
ton depot at Greenwood, when thecom
I plaint was read to him entered a plea
I of guilty. His bond was fixed at $1000
j by Judge XI. Archer, and failing to
I give bail he was tak.nto the county
jail. He says that he desires to have
sentence pronounced against him as
soon as it is possible to be done. Judge
Travis was out of the city, and there
fore, he could not be arraigned at this
time in the district court, but as soon
as Judge T.avis returns the county at
torney will ask that Bloom be ar
Enteral t the pontofliee at riatfrnoutl). Ctt.su
County. Nebrtwka, eh wcond-claHH nmil mutter.
OFFICIAL FArKR OK CASS COUNTY
A. L. TIDl) Kditor.
R. 0. WAITERS Manager
I BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
Om Year in Advance Jl.M
is Monthi 75
Plattsinouth No. 85 Nebraska No. 85
party heard of me and as I live I shall
continue it as long as I have strength."
Between the lines it is easy to see
that he does not consider any other
democrat fit for the nomination for the
presidency. He is an expert in the)
j use f expressions from which his fol-
lowers cannot err in drawing the in
j ference he desires to have them draw,
j This is a case in point.
business world loves a
Tub sowing of wild oats presages a
had autumn crop.
Tiie man who has the gift of brains
never loses his presence of mind.
Those who 1 ive within their incomes
are likely to live without worry.
People who cannot stand up in the
fight must not look to sit down in the
An umhkeli.a is a
weather friend, with
fair and foul
many ups and
The pessimist stands beneath the
tree of prosperity and growls when
the fruit falls on his head.
I Monday's issue of the Journal
the "Kunnel" devoted a considerable
space trying to square himself on the
8 o'clock closing bill. There was not
another member of the legislature that
frothed and fumed so much as did the
"Kunnel" at the time of the passage
of this bill. Really he was a spectacle
to behald. Those who were present to
witness the scene would have declared
that he was a brewer or a special
representative of the brewers, had
they not known as a matter of fact
that he was too small potatoes to be
either. Your star has set "Kunnel"
as a legislator. It is well remembered
that you did not get the Journal's
famous "gopher bill" passed, when the
Journal was "real insistent." Then,
too, you let the state printing inspector
pie get away from you. A little too
bu.iglesome "Kunnel," a little too
Sheriir C. D. Quinton was, looking
after business in Lincoln Tuesday.
Mrs. Hans Sewers and daughter are
visiting relatives and friends iu Kansas.
(J. W. Oslorn has several building
contracts at University Place, where
he is now working.
Charles E. XlcEntee left Tuesday for
St. Joseph and Kansas City to look
after business matters.
Young Seydlitz Objects to Re
turning; to Colorado to
Several day ago Chief of Police
Rainey on a telegraphic notice from J
Canon City, Colo., arrested Otto Seyd-
litz. The notice did not state for what
the young man was wanted, nor would
he discuss the situation, but Sheriff I
Esser of Fremont county came in last I
evening with requisition papers in-1
tending to take the prisoner back with
him. Jlut the young man's mother,
through her attorney, Judge A. N.
Sullivan, secured a wit of habeas
corpus, and a hearing will be had on
same tomorrow morning before County
Honors for Mias Falter.
Miss Emma Falter, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Falter of this city, has
passed her final examinations for
graduation from Potter College, at
Bowling Green, Kentucky, receiving i
the average of W,.tH per cent in all her j
studies, and wins the highest honors of
the entire class. This an honor of which i
her many friends in this city feel proud.
Miss Falter is a very bright and cap-1
able young lady, and we predict for
her a briliant future. Her parents
I). L. Amick of Murrav. uhn w:ia
taken to the hospital about ten days I we" as the yun Illdy are to be cor.-
ago, is now able to be on the street I sraiu""L'u " ner success.
Mrs. J. W. Dutton and children, af
ter a week's visit with her mother, Mrs.
S. E. McElwain, returned Monday to
her home to Lincoln.
C. H. Jackson left yesterday morning
for Broken Bow, Neb., near which
place he has some land interests, which
he has gone to look after.
The Redmen are making great prep
arations for their grand ball at Coates'
hall tomorrow night. These having
the matter in charge report an ex
ceptionally large, advance sale of
George B. . Lehnhoff of Omaha was
visiting with his mother and sister over
Sunday. He was formerly proprietor
of one of the book stores in this city,
but is now conducting a typewriter ex
change in the metropolis.
TOO AFFECTIONATE FOR MAYOR.
The Presbyterian Board of Foreign
Xlissions, in New York has received
; direct advice telling of the death of
Homer Baskerville in the Turkish riot
in Persia. He was twenty-four years
old. His parents reside at Rcvalton.
Malicious wit will fail of its intent,
'tis like an arrow, badly aimed and
spent: Who'd seek with jest to make it;. ,i... r.... n n
.num. inn tavuvi , nil; ivcvi licilljr V.
a bosom smart, holds hiding in his 1 n i . n . .L i
, ma muni,, in ma . Basketvillo, is pastor of the Presby-
breast, a coward's heart. u . . , .. . .
terian church in that city. At Con
stantinople it is reported that no less
than 5,000 persons lost their lives in
the massacres that have been going on
in the village of Adana during the past
There must always be I s 3 ao " "re
mm t m . ..a
oi Moslem ianaticism. vi this total
2,000 were killed in the city of Adana,
more than 200 of the victims being
Moslems. At a cabinet meeting Tues
day it was determined by the adminis
tration to send a cruiser at once to
protect the Americans in that vicinity.
The squadron will consist of the armor
ed cruisers North Carolina and Mon
tana, now at Guantanamo, Cuba, under
cmma:id of Captains Mcrshall and
mediate objective point will be Alex
amlretta, on the Mediterranean coast
of Turkey, which is in close proximity
to Tarsus and Adana, where serious
trouble has occurred. These uprisings
in Turkey are becoming so frequent
that they have become an international
ON BEING HAPPY.
Pleasures are more beneficial than
duties because, like the quality of mercy
tliey are not strained, and they are
two to a kiss, and there may be a score j
in a jest; but whercever is an element
of sacrifice, the favor is conferred with
jain and received with confusion. There
is no duty we so much underrate as the
duty of being happy. By being happy,
we shower anonymous benefits upon
the world. A happy man or a happy
woman is a better thing to find than a
five pound note. He or she is a radiating
Jncun at irood will: nnd lhiir fntrami
...... Reynolds, respectively
into a room is as though another candle ' '
had been lighted. - Robert Louis Stevenson.
Mr. William J. Bryan is already
grooming himself for the nomination
for the presidency in l'.)12. At the
annual dinner of the Young Men's
Democratic club of Kansas City, Mis--ifouri
April 20th he spoke on the sub
ject, "Democracy." He said:
"While I hope that my party will not
find it necessary to call for me as a
presidential candidate in the next cam
wign I make the emphatic statement
that I have no intention of retiring
from politics. I began to tight for
democratic principles los'g before my
Card ol Thanks.
We wish to extend our thanks to our
friends and neighbors for their kindness
j and sympathy in our late bereavement
in the death of our beloved son and
Second Church ol Christ, Scientist.
Sunday school, 9:15 a. m.
Divine service at 11 a. m. Subject'
"Probation After Death." j
Mid-week meeting Wednesday even-1
ing at 8 o'clock. j
Church is located on Sixth street, J
two blocks south of Main street. The
public is cordially invited to all services.
The reading room in the Contes block
is open ever Tuesday. Thursday nnd j
Saturday afternoon from 2 untill 5;
See us for sale bills.
YOUR WISHES ARE
Just as you would have them at
Barnes' restaurant. The viands
are of the best, the cuisine is
perfect, and our sauce, entrees,
fish, meats, oysters, clams, des
erts and pies are prepared by
experts. Our price wi'll, voii
will say they are snvill when you
test the cuiinary gems that" we
prt'sent fur your delectation.
1 rooms i:i connection.
DR. A. P. BARNES
D.gnif.cd Official Dislikes' Being
Hurged in the Dark by Bruin.
When plosion tir.:e came in the city
hall the other af'.crr.ocn Mayor
fharlt's H. . Krer.ch emit: lied '-Impressively,
indicating a proper degree of
satisfaction with the dignified prog
ress of his administration, cio.e.l Ids
roll-top dek with a bang, crmittcd the
messenger to adjust his overcoat i.'.v
present lils hat. and then trod fu; Hi
to meet his fellow townsmen, says a
Concord (N. J.) disiatch to ihe New
York lleiald. Instead of going o;it the
front door cf the city hall, however.
Mayor French took a short c tit that
h'd through a claiii hallway past the
hack entrance of a theater.
While ihe mayor in the city hall was
throwing off the shackles of (f!i:Ia!
cure a wrestling hear In the-theater
was busy throwing off the shackles of
a more material nature, and as the
mayor put en his cv rcoat the heat
lied its leather ci !i::r. So it came
ah'int that us the mayor entered the
dark hallway at one end, the hear en
tered It at tcr. ' The ciayor has
a great respect for bears. Iiiit thi
Intr had no resj ert at all for mayors.
In t lie daikness the r.:ayor' ft It a
pc.we.ful deti.lr.ing lorco !a!d upon his
Sir." he said, in fh'.lly tones. "If
you have business with i.e. you may
call fit my office In the r.iornlng."
"Pr-K-r-r," wr.s the unpleavantly
"My man" ho.ar.n the may or, but
he flopped right thtrc, for a furry arm
was thrown nliout hi.i neck, and a
roush tongue made a demonstration,
w hich, If it was Intend, d for a kl:id:y
salute, failed utterly of Its purpose
with the mayor.
"l.e' go!" commanded thr mayor, but
h!s companion showed no disposition
to yield to harsh commands. The mayor
had other resources, lie struck out so
ravanely with his free hand, nnd with
.inch painful precision, that the hear,
biiiitttn on the nose, loosed Its hold
and fell back a step.
Content with this temporary victory,
the mayor sped agilely hack over the
route he had Just traversed, shouting:
'Hear! Hear!" at every Jump. In cor
roboration of his alarm, the hear gal
loped along behind, hound not to be d3
sorted by his new friend. The mayor
was the first to reach an open door,
through which he sped just In time to
he able to close It in the face of his
The bear was led hack Into captiv
ity by the theater employes.
Senator W. B. Panning gave an in
teresting talk at the Presbyterian
church before the Men's Hrotherhood
Tuesday night on "Laws Passed by the
Legislature." .Those who heard his
address seemed to be well pleased with
it. It is now thought that the Fcnator
will take up the Chautauqua lecture
work, for it is said he talked for an
hour and forty minutes and not one
TAKES the LEAD
PARAMOUNT KNITTING CO
Just received a case
of this popular Hose.
We guarantee them to
wear better than any
hose you ever bought
at any price only Cp
per pair !lL
A fine ribbes Hose at
the same price
The popular Ox-Blood
Hose in ladies' and
Just unpacked our
new Sun Bonnets. Chil
dren's Misses and
Ladies.',all colors, plain,
trimmed, 15c, 25c.
We have a full line of Carpet Warp for
those that want to make a rag carpet this spring.
We only sell the best grade, Plattsmouth Pil
lows, Nebraska Pillows. We will have on dis
play several of these pillows already worked
and finished. You will be surprised as we TA
have never seen anything as nice. Each t) VL
Dry Goods And Groceries,
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Queen Quality Shoes Oxfords
The Phonograph In China.
American phonograph companies do
p hin IhisIik ss In China. The most
famous Chinese hands and palace sins
iv s are cnmed to make records. They
are hrnushl from all parts if ihe em
p'.ve to the three record making con
join l't-kliiK. Shanahnl and llonkoncr.
Ib're the npparatuB for making tho
nnster reconls Is set up nnd the re
cording done under the direction of an
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of China mldom Is popular in the
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For fifteen years we have sold the Queen Quality
footwear and must say that no class of merchandise we
turn out gives such universal satisfaction as the Queen
Quality shoes, Pumps and Oxfords. We extend to you
a cordiaf invitation to inspect thenew Queen Quality
styles for this spring.
The Justrite G-D Corset is always right. We have
them in extra long hip at
$1,00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00
Long and short hip Corsets, good style, at 50c. We
have some odds and ends in G-D Corsets which we want
to close out at half price.
Remember that when' you buy Carrjet Warp to ask
us for the Buffalo Brand, the best on the market in colors
Buttrick Patterns were the first paper patterns
brought out and today are in advance of all others. We
sell them at 10c and 15c. None higher.
E. G. OOVEY SON !
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