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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1909)
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PLATTSMOUTII, XE HI? ASK A, TLUMM)AY, MAY J7, 1!H)!
VOL. XLVI NO. I'Z
Nonce to Contractors.
Bitis will lie received at the oiV.cc of
the County Clerk of Cass County, at
Piatts-tnouth, Nebraska, up to r.oor. of
; Saturday, Jure 12, I'M), for one fifty
Fast Game With Havelock Last j ('" foot reinforced concrete arch.
, j located about four (4) miles west of
batui'day. MynardCuss County. Nebraska, and
one Fifty (oil) foot reinforced concrete
With the score 1 to 1 in the ninth in- aron locatel one-half () mile east of
ning, in the game between Greenwood , Elinwood, Cass county. Nebraska,
and Havelock last Saturday, a wrangle j specifications nay be seen at the
broke up the contest and marred what : County Clerk's office. Bidders nay also
was otherwise the best exhibition of j on their own plans and specif.ea
base ball seen on the local ground for , tjons
J. A Clements.
some time. Both pitchers were in eur
berb form and their suppor'. was gilt
edge, the Greenwood infield cutting off
two runners at the plate by sensational
Greenwood secured secured first blood
in the opening round when Hansen was
given free transportation, stole second
while Foster fanned, advanced to third
on Wiedeman's sacrifice and came home
when Criger dropped the ball in trying
to tag him at the plate. Havelock could
not score until the fourth when Dang
hit to right for one base, stole second,
went to third on a passed bail ana ca.r.e
Bids required on each job separate
and each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check in the sum of $."00 made
payable to the County Clerk.
Bids will be opened June 15, U"'.
VV. E. ROSENCRAVS.
10-S County Clerk.
A vr-ry p!es?ar.l surprise was given!
Mij n M Pi,t.r Mi-?-ftuv- ef.rvnr ,
homewnen arm.inmg ,e ' '. j A large number r.f friend- with baskets
poor throw to third go through hw f wc lfcdt;n invalwtl lhiil uiet ard ,eat.
hands. Havxlock threatened again in , horriij The eVuni , waj s,,eRt in
in the fifth when Schalley led off with , amusementi 8nd a delicious l.ir.cfc-'
a rousing two base hit to center field , pon furnighed b the tg was ,em.d j
but a fast double play on the next batted j m calle .swere Me?sr3. and Mesdames I
ball retired Criger at first and caught, J(jhn Bram, R M j
Schatieyat the pate, from men on j B iffl Jake jm
neither side was able to make ar.y head Josh AmlreviSt n. H. Patto;ii Mr3 To.
way against the brand of pitching that H g BarthoW J()hn Th,)nip.,or
uiu oppoM.ig Lvv.ue.o c.c,m......K ... , p . , M, t.,,:. Thomas. Mrs.
Collins. Misses Mer. Barthold, Drusilla
Thomas, Ethe! Jnney. Mary Sharp,
Messrs. Lester Patton. Mor.ta ' Franks.
James and Will Andrews, Mr. and
The sad news of the death of J. A.
Clements of film wood, was received
here yesterday. He died at Rock
Springs, Mo., where he had gone for
treatment. His remains will be brought,
home for burial.
"Bert" Clements, as he was popular
ly known, was born and reared to man
hood in Cass county. When a mere
boy he commenced to learn the printer's
trade and newspaper business. And
for about fifteen yiars he was 'editor
and owner of the Elnnvood Leader-Echo.
As a newspaper man he always made
the columns of his paper speak for de
cency and the best interests of his fel
low man. His paper made its impress
upon the community where he worked,
and always on the side of right and de
cency and good government.
He was a good man and a capable
writer. We numbered him among our
best personal friends. He was about
thirty-five years of age, and a brother
of County Coroner Clements.
His brother and family have the sym
pathy of a ho: t of friends who with
them mourn the loss of so good a man
and brother. C,
the score remained a tie when Hav. lock 1
left the fidd after disputing a gn u.ul
rule in the first half of j the ninch, two .
men being out at the tiirn.
Mri. G. W. Patton.
Fnp rjfiftnraiiftrl Daw I
I shall have plenty of cut flowers to Bedding Plants,
fill all orders not sent too late 'and! Besilie3 the hardy par.sies and ram
probably those coming at the last min- ... , h L,erar.iums. rr-
salvia, early astar3 a;.d other
Everyone is invited to attend the ice- j bedding plants ready to plant out
cream and box social to be given on the i 11-2 L. A. Mocks.
lawn of Watson Long, Saturday, May
21), by the Ladies Aid Society of Eight
Mile Grove church.
ute, although flowers seem rather La9. h:biscu. the r.ew moon-vine.
scarce mis year, u a. mooke. ii-z jjenas
The latest styles in wall paper to
choose from at Gerir.cj's.
Following is the program of exercises
which will lie held in the Parmele the
atre Saturday afternoon at 2:!)0o,elock:
Prayer Rev. Luther Moore.
Address W. C. Ramsey.
Solo - "Star Spangled Banner." Mrs.
J. W. Gamble.
Quartette, -' 'Tenting Tonight. ' '
Glen Scott, Clarence Staats, George
Ka'.ter and Jennings Seiver.
Solo-"Decoration Day," H. S. Aus
Duet-Selected-Mrs. E. H. W'escott
and Mrs". Mae Morgan.
See us for sale bills.
The Main Point
In any commercial transaction is an equitable ex
change of values. While we may differ on the
tariff and may have directly opposite views on the
financial situation w hen it comes to buying clothes,
we all want as much as our money will purchase
anywhere. That's the way we buy, and that's the
way you can buy if you do your trading at our store.
Look over these three items and see if they are not
the best values you have seen offered by any house.
A special Lot 3419, one of the new sand tans,
with olive stripe. Genuine Sicilian lining. Full
peg trousers. Hand made button holes, hand felled
collar. All inter lining cold water shrunk. A suit
that if you paid $25 for it you would get your
money's worth. If you will call for this line of suits
by above lot number you can buy it for $15.
Hinh. Wickwlr. Co.
Lot 3422. An extra special. This suit is made from the finest Scotch Cheviot in a
handsome dtsign of olive and gray mixture. A suit that will always look good until the last
minute of wear. A hand made suit throughout silk sewed and steam shrunk. In fact one of
our Quality Suits worth $23. If you call for this line by above lot number, it's yours for $18.
We quote you here a suit lot 337G a beautiful light gray, broad shoulder, elegantly made
suit that you will pay $20 for in any city store, and if you call for this lot number its yours
for $10. The best proof is to come and see them.
Our line of Quality Clothes is superb. The prices range from $20 to f 33, and nowhere
can better values be obtained.
G. 12, Wescott's Sons
" Where Quality Counts."
Much Rhetoric and Little P.usi
n03 Characterized Session.
The regular meeting of the city coun- j
cil w as held Monday evening. A con- i
siderub'.c amount of rhetorical clap-!
trap was indulged in by two or three of j
the saloons -Steimker, especially, be
ing long on oratory with but little to
say-rbut outt-ide of ordering a few
minor repair jobs in the street depart
ment, but little business was done.
Dwyer introduced an ordinance pro
hibiting the distribution about the city
of free samples of patent medicine and
the advertising literature aceompan
ing same. Steimker here worked off a
littlu of his oratory in offering a mo
tion that the matter be referred back
to the judiciary committee. Dwyer ex
plained that the measure had just come
from the judiciary committee, and of
fered an amendment that the ordi
nance be placed on its first reading.
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uui uic cioueiiec 01 uie v . j, i. 01
the Third ward was most potent and
Dwjer must continue to take his medi
cine In patent samples for another two
weeks at least.
Superior oratory downed Dwyer
agaii when he attempted to secure the
adoption of a resolution lowering the
grauV at the intersection of Vine ami
Seventh streets, the object being to se
cure better drainage. The street com
mittee was granted further time to
consider the matter, nor would the
council instruct it complete its "in
vestigations" in the next two weeks in
order to report at the next meeting.
The judiciary committee had another
ordinance relative to the dumping of
of rubbish in the creeks on Chicago
and Washington avenues. On a motion
by Newman this was referred back to
the judiciary committee to look the
matter up, and see what they're going
to do about It."
-'After 'making two ' or three moJonB
for some of the more timid members
of the councile directing the street com
mittee to make some needed repairs in
various parts of the city, the mayor
facetiously called attention to the fact
tnat as the "citizens" had voted for
lights and we had plenty of money to
secure them the council should proceed
to proceed ami light up the city by fall
at the latest.
Rids for the city printing for the
coining year were refered to the judi
The Missouri I'licific railway was or
dered to put in a permanent walk at
the crossing I ear Moore's greenhouse.
New B. & M.
The complete schedule of trains pas
sing through and stopping in the city
is as follows:
No. 15 -Omaha and Lincoln 8:08 a. m.
No. .'!;'-Louisville, Ashland
and Lincoln !t:'J2 p. m.
No. 2:!-Omaha & Lincoln 0:13 p. m.
No. lit -Chicago and Kast.
No. 6 - Chicago and Kast. .
No. 4 Local Iowa points
No. '.12-I'ucifie Junction..
No. 2 Chicago and Kast .
No. 20 Omaha via Pacific
No. 2 - From Omaha
..:!:()2 a. m.
..8:08 ii. m.
.litM.") a. m.
..1:12 p. in.
.5:02 p. m.
...2:40 p. m.
...4:00 p. m.
No. 14-From Omaha 9:25 p. m,
STRAYED -Brown horse, bob-tailed,
white around nose. Has halter on.
Last seen going south. I'hone in
formation to I'ete Hansen, No 3151.
The Ladies Aid Society of Eight Mile
I Grove church will give an ice cream
( and box social on the lawn of Watson
j Long, Saturday, May 2!). Everyone
I -Tnufr mpini'iiil a fin,, n3,inttmpnt nf
Lowney's Candies at Gering & Co.
Gering & Co. can fill your prescrip
tion in the right way.
Jas. Stander was in Omaha Tuesday.
Mrs. C. A. liichey was in Omaha
The little daughter of Westlian Tay
lor is very sick.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cain May
27, 11MW, a boy.
M. N. Droke and son Chas. were in
Mr. Waterman of Lincoln was ia
Edd Eager is able to be about again
after along illness.
Miss Alice Schleuter has been em
ployed at Diers as clerk.
The Lucky Bill show has been post
poned until Friday night.
Dick Murphy of Omaha is a guest of
Dr. T. E. Dailey this week.
Chas. Pankonin has been in Omaha
this week looking after his automobile.
The High School picnic at the State
Fisheries ?anie off Tuesday regardless
of the rain.
Mrs. John Girans and daughter of
Cedar Creek were guests of Mrs. Jaa.
Mrs. Kuchton of Spear-fish. South
Dakota is a guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Prof. Walter I'lydon of the Stato
University at Lincoln was elected prin
cipal of the Louisville High School.
Trof W. W. Gaines of Kennard visit
ed the school in Louisville Thursday
and ate picnic dinner with the primary
and intermediate rooms.
Donald Eller was taken to the St.
Joseph hospital Wednesday evening to
under go an operation for appendicitis.
The nurse, Dr. Worthman and Mrs.
Eller accompanied him.
Fine stationery at our store. Gering
Take a Kodak on your vacation. Ge
ring & Co.
Books For Commencement
Make the most appropriate gifts. Full and large
assortment of latest ideas in Commencement Books
at Herold's Book and Stationery store. Every
graduate will want one.
"The Girl Graduate" Her own book designed by
Louis Perrett and Sarah K. Smith boxed with
pages for class colors,class yells,motto,class photos,
class autograghs, class officers, teachers, class
prophecy, her invitations, social events, press
notices, her gowns, her presents, and etc.
"My Commencement" by A. M. Chase, with bord
ers in two colors, contents similar to the first men
tioned book, neatly boxed.
"My Graduation:" School Girl's Memory Book
by Marion L. Peabody, with Border Design and
selection on every page.
"My High School Days'1 a Memory Book with
illustrations. "Dont's for Boys," or Errors of Con
duct Corrected by an Old Boy. "Dont's for Girls,"
A Manual of mistakes by Minna Thomas Antrim.
"When Good Follows Sit Together," a book for
Boys printed in two colors. "Girls I have met" ar
ranged by A. F. with Frontispiece by Louis L.
Heustis. "The Beauties of Friendship" by Samuel
Frances Woolard. Graduate Edition of Literary
Masterpieces. Dainty Small Gift book. All latest
Tjopular novels. Henty and Alger books for boys
and etc. We guarantee to duplicate Omaha prices
on all gifts books and in most instances sell for less.
lerold s Book Store,
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