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JNews from Near By
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showing how not to get
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They say the stories in this
number are fine, and it's
the greatest " shopping-by-mail
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J The births, weddings, deaths of
, , "
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(j The social affairs of our own and
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envelopes are the latest--
,?"",,n "''- n County C
; In the matter (if the estate of Wac lav KitmUk,
called Jmn Krowlck, deceased.
To all persons interested :
I t ou ure hereby nntiti-d that the ha been
J filed in thin court a petition, together with nil in
sliunicnt ptitportink' to ! the la.--t witlund 'csta
I merit of said deceased. The prayer of ha:d tieti
! t.on is that said instrument he alltiA til and pro
hated, and that the estate of sa.d dim-a-wl Ik- ad
ministeml. You are further notified that there will ben
t hearing upon sa d petition before this cimr: in the
I county court room at Piatt. niouth. in sasJ ri unty.
j on tne 1m day of Muy PH. at :i o'clock A. M. and
that all objection, if any. must h tiled .n or be
j fore Haid day and hour of heurinir.
I Witness niy hand and the seal of the county
I court of said county this 10th day of April '.".i.
! AM. I.N J. I'.Kf ON,
' !i-'i Skai. Oiunty J-idK".
o!inty of Cass. ' ' 1
In ttu ma'ter (f th- t-staU i.f V.
cridi Wilbur Cj!c
T' al! i iT-'in inirrrt' d:
Ytt'i a-f (uTt i v nu'iliitl lli.-it tht i en t:V in
t-uiirt a lull'. on. uil-.ntu t'tcr.Mii .:.tali
'.V;lli,;r rul.'.il- piirtM) h .- lt:I.'.-lntH. in f!
OHj;,tyn llu -T'h (!ji .M.nvft l'.r.'.HMf ira i'iv
t'i,if :n'iliiat' Ih- it'linirii.-u-rtti a:.tl I:. at Mia.
I ''in Ik ii Hl"tl iidiniiP'raHir.
'i u arc turlii"! ti'ititifd iralii I.t'hri".' ivH! n-
I ) iui ori sail! n't 'inn Ih'Imtp ourt in tt ci"i int
! 'vurt ri,iim nl I'lattsTnodth, in vi.l cnun'v on 1
i t ih iluv of April Ivc'.t. at nirn- ;Y!fk A. M. a'
v. r . i h tnn all ohjfctiit'i. if ary. nvis. iiv t'l 'I.
Wim"- my haml at.'! fh -,al "f tt'' tm!ity
dmvi nf Cats Ctiunty, NMra l a. 'h slh day ' f
liy thi: Omrt, ALl.K.v .1 Hrr-:u'i.
Ska 1.1 til--.
S'ntenf Nebraska, i
County of Cass. I '
In County Cnurt.
In the matter of the estate, of Anna Krowh k, de
ceased. To all person interested:
You are hereby lint died that a petition kas been
tiled in this court, alleging therein that Haid Anna
Krowlek. i!epartd thia life in said county, intes
ta'e. und leaving an esUite to tie administered
You are further notilietl that a lieannu u ill be
had upon haid petition before this cuurt. at the
county court room at I'lnttuninuth. in said county
on the 1st day of tyiy !M9. at t) o'clock A. M and
tlmt all obiections. if any, must 1 on tile cn or
before said day and hour of hearitiR.
Witness my hand and the seal of the county
court of said county this Kith dav ef At nl l'.nH.
AI.I.KN .1. Hkkson.
91-6 Skal County Judttc
State of Nebraska, i
Casa County. I
In County C;urt.
In the matter of the estate of Abtie B. Bradford,
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that there will be a
heanni upon the report and petition for final .set
tlement in said estate before this court at i'latts
mouth, in said county, on the loth day of Ma,',
IWIit. at 11 o'clock a. m. All objections mut-t be
on tile un or before .-.aid time.
AI.I.RN J. Bl'LKON.
skaI.. 9:t-f County Jjdne.
Druggist's Permit Notice.
Notice of application of M. L. Blair for a di UK
Notice is hereby (riven that M. I.. B'nir on the
pllh daynf April. M. tiled his petition with the
Villaife Clerk of Greenwood. Cass county Ne
brusku. as required by the statutes of the State
of Nebraska, and the Ordinances of the VillaKoof
(.ins-nwiKjil, priyini for u permit to Fell malt,
spiritous anil vinous liquors, for mechanical,
chemical and medicinal puriswi s in the buildinhT
I loea'i d on lots !M and :tr.f, (iiis'iivivd. Neurit' a,
j for the liscal year end inn on the lirst Tuesday in
Mav. 19111. Any objection theieto must be tiled
with the Villaife Clerk nol Inter that May X lln'.l.
Dated nt (ireenwood, Ni bia.-ka April Id, I'.KW.
1 M. I.. Hi AIR.
I liiiuor license
Notice is hereby Riven thnt l'eter A. Smith on
Notice nf application of
Peter A. imUh for
I the illaite Clerk of (jreenw(MsJ, Cass county. Ne
1 lir.iska. as reipiireil by the statutes of the State
of Nebraska, and the ordinances of the Villaite
I of Greenwood prayini for a license to sell malt
spiritoiis and vinous liquors in the tuilduif Incatnl
I on lot 277, Greenwood. Nebraska for the tiscnl
year enilinir on the llrst Tuesday of May. PUO.
! Anv objection thereto must be filed with the
Villnire Clerk not latte' than Mav :t, liitifl.
Dated at Greenwood, Nebraska. April, VI. 1 '.!.
I'ktkr A. .smith,
I l-4 Applicant
tne I'en day of April, itsra. nusi nis petition with i
Slatp of Nebraska.
County of Cass, J1
In the matter of the estate of l'eter Turn, de
ceased. To all iM-rsons interes ed;
You are hereby notibed that a petition together
r. It h an instrument purporting to Iw the last will!
anil testament of said l'eter 1 urn. deceased, have
been filed in this court. The prayer of said peti
tion is that said instrument be allowed and pro
bated as the last will and testament of said de
censed You are notified that a hearini? will be had on
said petition before this court on the Kith dav of
Mav, HtW. at 2 o'clock p m .and thnt all objec
tions, if any. must be tiled on or before said day
and hour of henrini.
Witness mv hand and the seal of the county
court of said county this 17th day of April, lnw.
I si: a I.. Ai.i.kn J. Kkk.kin.
t: 1-6 CtLRty Judge
Notice to Creditors.
Stnto of Nebraska. 1
i County of Cass. i"
In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of James It, Cat hey,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the Administrator of said
estate, before me, County Judre of Cass County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room in I'latts
mouth. In said County, on the L'lth dav of May.
';'?''' rHy',,f N''v"In,M,r' ''""'' ';
n clo k A. M.. eaeli day for the purpose of pre-
sentinir their claims for examination, adjustment
Six months are allowed for the crulilnrs nf said
deceased to present their claims, ond one year for
' the Administrator t.i settle said estate, from the
I 2tlh day of Mnv. I'.
Witness my hand and seal of said County Court, I
at I'lattstiuiutli, Nebraska, this :!l d.iyof April,!
,,M. Ai.i.kn .1 Ukcwkj.
(STai 1 tr 4t County JudKC
HER AWFUL DREAM
ESTEREROCK RELATES A
TALE CF WOE.
Mr. Esterb'ock Also Irteres'-.j ;n His
Wife's Adventures in Sorter
land Vision Ereaks Off tt
an Interesting Point.
"I wi ul.ln'l till th.it dn am heforo
rvi aliiio.t f( r $!0.(Km,iiihi." K.ii.l yctnis
Mrs. rl-i-iiok with fthaiulal pre
t'otiinii iitid Mr. Fsli vJuonk.
"Anyway, breakfast is almost ready,
Lucy. I know what's the matter :ih
r..y ainy ta.or. I n;ity t have bent it
when I (:!'c ;;((l )t In the washbowl."
He t(ii(!( i !y ft It a row ef scraiehes
on his faee that uj:rested recent dis
pute with a woods cut.
DtirliiR brenkfast Mis. Ksterhrook
rialniained a holier silence. Hut it was
plain i hat the dream desired uieitly
to rise and display Itself, It clam
ored inwardly to he heard.
At last, when Mr. Ksteiluook had
carefully folded Ids napkin In the way
Mis. l.'stet brook always Mild I!
ihouMn t be folded, she rested both
c.'bows (,n the table and b-uaii.
"l-' b," she said, "it was an awful
di",V!i. You and I were lost in tin.
moii'iln.'i.s where we were last sum
:mr. We walked and walked, and
flimbed and (limbed, and slipped on
smooth, plan-s. and juinped botiotnluss
I U O, It was awful!"
M"-. ICsteilirook grunted as an Indl
cation that he was MsN nlnn. but kept
l is (e on an attractive item in the
1 a per beside Ids plate.
"And then," continued his wife, "1
slipped and almost went over a clifT
into an awful chasm, and you reached
ut and eau;;ht tne. and then you
sli; ;k d, and before I could reach you
you went down down down miles
and miles, it seemed to me, until I
heard you si i ike the rocks below.
"Well. 1 went en alone ihron'h
:hi se awful woods and finally came to
a beautiful r;vov( like California or
I'h i ida or I tic Garden of Kdeu, and
i ihioii-h it I reaihed a great
hetel i.ll white and with colonial pi)
"Tlicy wf-re dancing in tlu bin hall,
in. I v.. nt in Mini diynred until a man
with n pointed yellow beard came up
" 'You liiok like a touslii of niiae
' ( i:'i; be all i IlIi) if you knew how to
tirtss.' Thai made me mini, and I
weal over to a bin mirror, and Bob,
.vbit! do you suppose I had on?"
"i-m.oliintr jacket? Kluiouo?" mik-e-ied
tier husband dryly.
"Xo, sir," she said. "I had on that
"!! cipe de chine 1 wore at Mamie's
v.( tiding. Think of my being there in
l!:at dress, liob two seasons behind
the times. Wasn't it horrible;"
Mr. ICstet lirook btarted to bay some
thing. He choked nnd rose.
Awful." he remarked. "Terrible. It
must have been fearfully embarrass
ini?: but did they ever recover no
body?" "I don't know," confessed his wife.
"I woke up before we got to that. Hut
wasn't it an awful dream?"
"it surely was," said her husband,
biriiKgling Into his overcoat. Galves
Proposals and Arguments.
I will confess that I attach much
more Importance to men's theoretical
nraiimtntH than to their practical pro
posals. I attach more Importance to
what la said than to what Is done;
what Is said generally lasts much
longer and has much more influence.
I can imagine 110 change worse for
public life than that which home prlga
advocate, that debate should be cur
tailed. A man's arguments show what
h" Is really up to. 1'ntil you have
heard the defense of a proposal you
do not really know even the proposal.
Thus, for Instance. If a man says to
me, "Taste this temperance drink." I
have merely doubt, allghtly tinned with
distaste. Hut If he says, "Taste It, be
cause your wife, would make a charm
ing widow," then 1 d"dde. I would
be openly moved In my choice of an
institution, not by its immediate pro
posals for practice, but very much by
its incidental, even Its accidental, ui
lusion to Ideals. I judge many things
by their parentheses. From the
The appetite of a whale Is wonder
! fill. His chief diet consists of jelly
I fish. He has simply to open Ids
j mouth and paddle along leisurely In
j order to take in Jellyfish bv the cart
load. Such Is thi method adopted by
the whalebone t whale. The sperm
whale, on the contrary, raptures huge
shoals of fish, welching often several
tons. Like his brother, the whalebone
whale he must be constantly on the
lookout for food. Otherwise he would
starve. As many as 14 seals have been
taken from a Illl Teet "killer." Othet
fishes of enormous appetites are not
uncommon. The bluefisli, for example
thrives on sardines and other small
fish. Most curious of all eaters .s tn,.
hydra, a strange creature that can, be
turned Inside out without linparliig
its appetite or its power to eat.
Small Quarters for Moses.
Donald Is fond of llible stories. His
auntie was relating to him the story
of .loses In the basket of lnilins),.,J
vben he earnestly lut'ulred:
iui i ,
"Yes," he was told.
"A great b!g mail'.'"
Donald remarked incredulously.
"Well I'd a thought he'd a busted thr
bnsket " Delineator
Kin lit- oer row to 00 It IUU11 7
SHREWD MR. DOOLY
HE HAS DISCOVERED A USE FOR
Jersey Farmer Has Device (Not Pat
' ented) by Which He Makes At:i
mal Saw Weed with Her
John Dooly of .liicksoni!le. N. .1.,
has hit upon a plan that will heieafter .
make "s iirht.iil" cows bilng a pre
mium, Instead of. as new. b- iiu; un
marketable. Dooly s the owi.cr or a i
brindle tow that he has been e.un- ,
pelted for ears to milk himself. HI
hired men alter the first tiial of milk- j
lug the cow refused to remain longer
in Dooly's employ If compelled to put 1
up with the las.hing of old bilmlle's j
Dooly has tried for klit years to
get rid of t lie cow, but her fame has
spread over Kssex and Morris coun
ties, and a purchaser for her could not
lie found. She can i nap her tall like
ti whip, and the result Is tlmt D.,oly's
face has not been mluus several
pieces of sticking plaster for years.
Dooly said recently. "1 have been
thinking lor some time of using the
old bri'Mlle's tailpower to some good
effect, and at last hit upon a plan,
which I have now put ln;o effect with
such good results that If any of the
farmers around have any 'switchlaH'
tows they want to dispose of they will
find a buyer at the Dooly farm.
"I cut a hole through the side of the
woodshed," continued Dooly, "Just op
posite the circular saw, which we turn
by hand to cut up wood In stove
lengths, and through this hole I put a
beam, which 1 balanced just like the
walking beam of a ferryboat on the
North liver. On the Inside end I
fastened a slick leading down to the
wheel that turns the saw. On the
outside 1 fastened a rope. I tried th'1
thing and it winked flue. Driving a
slake ir.io the giound near by, 1 tied
tin.' old li:indb! to It, ami, fastening
her tail to i he beam rope, sat down to
milk. I called I Ml Dugaii, the farm
helper, and told him to feed wood to
tiie saw. lie thought ai llrst I was
crazy, but I ordered Mm to do as told.
"The next minute the old brindle
gave lie -1 lail a switch to swipe me
aercss the lace as usil.il, bill she
ctnilda't. The rope h'dd, and she could
(Wily switch her tail so far. Then she
tried in the oilier direction, with the
same result, lly this lime old brindle
'r:ni pretty mad and she jerked that
tail of hers back iiml forth as ipiick
ns lightning, and. say, that walking
beam kept going at such a rate that
you would a thought the circular saw
was being driven by a ten-horse power
"It just took la minutes to milk old
. hrittdle, and in that time she cut up
two'cords of wood Into stove lengths
No, sir, I wouldn't take $oUU for that
old brindle cow now," concluded
The Regular Thing.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilllngton were going
to the theater.
Mr. Hilllngton was nervously wait
ing in the hall, taking a few last im
patient puffs from his cigar, while
Mrs. lilllington was still upstairs try
ing to put her hat on her head in such
a manner that she could take it off
again at the theater without dlsar
ranging her hair.
"Aren't you ruady yet?" called 11 i II
iugtuii. "In a minute," replied Mrs. Hilling
ton. her mouth full of a hatpin.
"Well be late!"
"Can't help II. Hurrying as fast ns
Dear reader, this is not a short
story, or a news happening or a dl
voice incident, it Is merely ' the
faithful account of what goes on every
evening from 7:4i to eight o'clock In
about 100,000 homes In this broad
Why Foam Is White.
"Ilow white the foam Is." said the
pretty girl, in a voice mutlled by the
sable stole drawn across her red
mouth. "Yet th" sen is green. Why,
then, isn't the foam green?"
The young sophomore laughed In
"Gee, you ure Ignorant!" Ik; said.
'.'Heer Is brown, but Its foam is white,
too. Shuke up black Ink and yon get
white foam. Shake up ted ink and thu
result Is the same. A body that re
Heels all the light it receives, without
absorbing any, Is always hite. All j
bodies powdered Into tiny diamond!
form, so that they throw back tha light
from many facets, absorb none of It I
and ai" white by conreipienee, I'ow ;
deretl black inarblt. for Instance, Is1;
white. And foam Is water powdered;
Into these small diamonds, and hence. .
lis whiteness." 1
The Insanity Plea.
"Sir.'' said the young woman,
what seemed to be indignation.
The young man looked embmiassed
"Ye:-, I did kiss ton." be admitted
"hut I was Impulsively insane."
"That means (hat a man would be a
lunatic to kiss me?"
"Well, any man of discretion would
be jnsi crazy to kiss you."
This seemed to ease the strain, and
no Jury being present to muddle nf
fairs a satlstaeloiy verdict wan
rt itched Philadelphia Ledger.
"She can never be a success social-'
"Never. She has the had habit r.f
.tying what she means." Kansas CM"'
Timces ' i
W a ro hcailuarUT.-i for those rich,
juicy Sauairos, the tlt'liht of the epi
cure. We also have a lino line of
pKilon-nas, Wiener, Steaks, Roasts, etc.
t'all us up on either phone.
The First National Hank
Gkorgk E. Dovev, President.
Frank E. Schlater, Vice-Pres.
Horatio N. Dovey, Cashier.
Carl (3. Fricke, Asst. Cashier.
We solicit your account and prom
ise liberal treatment.
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fjff.se nails, Bats. Gloves, Mills,
Masks, etc., this season at
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Buy SpauWins's Base Ball Goods. There is
none none "just as good." Beware of the
"just as good" dealer who makes "appear
ance" first and "quality" secondary, and of
fers the customer the "just as jrood" article
when Spauldings are asked for.
Full Line of
Frtsh shipment of lied Band Brand Candies
just received from New York. See window
display of these 20 cent candies which we are
sellin.tr at 12 cents a pound.
Bead all the latest copyright $1,150 books for
10 and 15 cents. New arrivals, "The Bound
Up," "Serventin thellouee." "Lewis' Rand,"
"The Man in Lower 12." "The Bronze Bell,
"The Yoke," "The Music Master," "5.1-40 or
Fight," "Red Mouse," "The Missioner." Be
sides about 200 other hooks of recent popular
fiction for rent at 10 and J5 cents a week.
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One Door West
Kvery Lawn Mower
w e carry out side of thu
cheapest ones are made
by the factory that made
the celebrated Pennsyl
vania I.awn Mowers.the
best known and highest
grade lawn mowers in
the world. We carry a
a complete stock at
pi ices to suit everybody.
From $2.25 to $15.
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