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VASTED-Traftworthy manor woman i"
Not ce to Creditors.
State of N t vh,'i,. ,n Co,ln.y r, lltt,
I ouM 'f I a--. I
In tl- tl.RMer of (!Vr( Zviuh tt l.t-JT IV.
S..t..v V-el'V k-iv.'i h tV it- !.? i-f
dn'tsM-l will meet th Adn :n y.iatux of aul
estate. 1 fi re pit', County Jin!i:'ut I h. - C. U'.t.
N louskM. at th futility Omit iun "i l'."s
nioutn. in -aid Co'ini. on tf :'Nt 'I 'V ef M.iv.
!. .'. a -id 'in the 1st liuy of He-, rib , 1 'K at lo
4) li n k A. M., earh day. for the i urf.-.- of ire.
HenntiR the-r claims (or eu:n.t ann. aiiju-'tnent
j Six toovthn are allowed for the ci.!t. r- of
decn-el 10 present their cU'ir. a'. ! ..- lor
the A.lm '.ni-'rator to Nellie w.d esiu'e. tiom ttie
ami n'ttl of n'li County Ci urt.
llllW I'.Olh d y-l
Lest R rg Fetnd Mter 42 Yesrs.
Th.' r.oM Knd ri::c which Tin-r.
Giisstl fvttad Miilo .'.iKBltiR I" M-
Sar.Vii r.'.vntly lias; In u c'.i'tt.e.l by
Mis. Alitiu Wolf, wi.t w f Jos.'ph
Wo'.f of V.Yt .IV.try, who is no. s.I
w;.r oM. She says it :is hi r e.l
.litis riiu. nhich he lost i2 :!
us rhe was nilikins a cow wt tit;
living ii tlif i '.act'. At that nine .li'.i
.;nt search f.i'.K'.l ti) uveal It.--Y.i.iiVia
iirivsponiioiiie Pliil.i.U 1 l.i.i
II'. a i d.
in ..!i,.i nuititv t.l advertise, receive ut 1'l.ctsmoo.lh. Nebraska.
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Al.1.1 N I. liVK-'.V
S:al1 County Ji..H:
orders and manage business for New
York Mail Order House. SIS.iM , !,T-''
weekly; position permanent; no in
vestment reuuired. Previous exper
ience not; es.-er.tial to engaging.
Stare time valuabl
By virtue rf an Ord-r of Sale imdly .!tw
Ll'.Close Hl'II Hit- fr C'h Ciiuntv. NeLraWt. anJ 'o ne Oire'il I
. i i novtifiilgm ' will "1 tlie Nth ilay of Jure A. 1'. J'i'H at tu
dresi-ea envelope for full particuip.rs. g.fM A M of sai , thef.,.,tn ,i,. . of ti.e
AArfKS riarkf Co Wholesale LH'I't., Court Huuw in said county, sell at tml'iic a ic'.i n
AfWrtss.uarhe i.o.,nu en , 1 1(1 w hlKh.Ht billlll.r fr cuh f,.wlk. ,,
103 Park Ave.. New York.
estate towit: Lot numb r fourteen ti- mi ti'ick
of Murray. ( county,
Untble to Learn.
A remark:.'. Io it ;'o'.t coiu'criilns; a
lVt k!.;un i hi.olSoy . !.o ;.i:t:o: le;:rn
im.s 'rest'iiti".i by the ciliK-ation e..r.i
fl'.ittte if ttie l.oiul.m rniutty eolllteil.
TUmuli l.trly lit, ttie boy has only
It anii'il (luting his can or two or
tl ree letters, anil lii'.-e ho has for
(.vtteti. He eantiot vrit', neither ran
l.e talcufate. It was iltih'.oil to expil
Hie hey fioin cihool.
p; ;u r i .' v v.
A-r i .i s . t!
l. a r i t ;i r
cl.le ' I !
the t r n tuls.
-nit i,!. ""
t.,1 l"l 1.
was a mil
Brn ecri ,n cl t
1 ;: I'. .ill, W '.'.o l
:t i-Ka ri.
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Vo ! ' : "ti .i
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l iii n r.t i. ii.; !'t.'
r." " ! .: e.'.'' 1 w.ts
it'll tvs.-li ii il.at ! ft! It'ii w: s
and l i t a r..i it i! i '. s. lf-iU-
' "Ni l oil i in li'-' " ?, 1 tin'
"h. I'i 1'i'ti is i l f i f t!lo MM !-t
four 14.) in the villuK
, ,1 ,,.,,,,, tn Tlie sunie lieinK levied uoon and 'aten a tie i i.,.;.. , LJ,,chantH
WANTEU-Younir men and men to , ini)ifti (i( Wi yiwn ani A iT( yuwri I Keeping a Husbana.
(II citnti i.'ivirf ."HlOto J2(M) !er femian's to -atisfy a judiinent of had eourt re- I Mine. Haiti II of Cllii'aUO Is lertlirlllR
. - . u 1 cove.e.1 ! v feterl utn.b. ll. Adm'.nilraor of the . ,,, .,.,, ,,., ,,f .1,,,, t..Wn on "How
estate of Thumai 1.. Caniidiell. ill ivawd I lumhtf ,
atrainxt fid defendant. Hattsmeu'h Neb . May ' to Keep llusl atid. It 8 no problem
12th. A I). l'.M'.'. I . i HUNTHN. ,.,,.11 TI... vv.,.:.:u lti.il ii'iitn.flv fei-ils
... l 1 .nnA.,vnl.)..
annum, liig uemar.u ior mcii.i
ers in the Government service, as
well as in private business life. Our
new method of teaching shorthand
by mail insures as thorough and
practical a training at your own home
as is obtainable by personal attend
ance at arty business college in the
country. We guarantee success.
Complete course for small cash pay
i ami clothes her spoils ", fnt'.islies him
Slierif! Cast our.ty. Net ri.'.ka.
I with eipats ami gives him for hpeiol
hit; meiiev a fomth of what the hoard-
.Viirarn-en for crs pay,
Notice of applicatioti of i.e...
Notice is lierehv iriven l'at c,o (. WilT-ir-sonon
tin.-1 It h day of May. l'i'J. til'il tin m .on v. ,th
the Villatre I'lerk of Mur.lwk, Ca- oiur.:y. S
bnka, us reiiireil by the .la u'n of f..- S'ate
of Nebrai-kii. and the otdinunces of the Village
of Murdock iirayini for a l.een-e to m , n
will never h.' apt to lose hiiu.
Heii.-.ton I'i st.
i; i ii( t ,i't;.'
honil'le firms if stiieiile known. ,:
this1 j'im tiite another in t!- 'i -.i,. ic
inarki'il: "linn't git beiileri entifn d
with l itrl la: i. k..ri is a way k
con.n.i' siiii hut Pel! Peri U a tn n
Ical (lisiase.'- "Now, there's j.:st win re
yoe.'rf wrong," n.id the wive one
"llaiikail Is the Japanese weul tor
Silicicl.', hill heri herl is the C!;i!ies,
name." It was sevtial bourn before
tiiey llnally convinieil him of his mis
2 burner Juniors $2.50 and up.
;i 44 $3.75 and up.
Detroit self-generating Gasoline
stoves $10.50 and up.
1 burner Oven. . $1.50 and up.
2 " " . . . -SI.75 ami up.
Remember we have a complete
line and all styles. Call and see
Who Rede the Donkey?
Perry (exhibiting a bromide
,i. hnhmn. tn lie tiaid when VOU I .iritiu ami vinous liiiuora in the huiM.t.i,- liaiI largrllient of kodak snapshot of hi ill
tntni, uaidn.L iu uc i j 1, Mur-lock. Nelr.i-ha. t.rthe ,f n .liiiikevl "S.'i- Hick I
Kecure a nosition. Trial lesson free. ,,,1 .niUnlf Ma 2s. 1 .w ..Vc.on , Fl lf r.dn.g a .I011K.) m, ikk, i
. it. - i,,,.,;,,,., Portrul 1 therelo must tic lihd with the V.llaKf Clerk
entral Business Institute. Central ut( tmn Mnv r y
Uuilding, Washington. I). C.
SALESMAN-P.est commission offer on
earth. New-all retailers samples,
coat noiket. Reliable, Iowa City,
Dated at Murdjek, Neliniska, A tril, 1',1'.9.
(ili.i ti. Wil.l.n V'-IIN.
had this ti.kon when I was south dur
ing the holidays. Do you think it does
me Jditlce?" Pic k "Why. yes, rath
er; hut who's the awkward rider on
FOR SALE 10 acres, 2 miles south of
town with good 3 room house 20x2-1
and kitchen 12x1'). 3 acres of apple,
peach and cherry orchard. 7 acres
timber. Can all be plowed except 3
acres which is pood pasture with tun
ning water. All fenced. Will take
in exchange a piece of town property
consisting of a 3 or 4 room nouse with
from 2 or 3 lots to an acre or two.
See J. E. Parwick in the Dovey
P. F. G00S. Prop.
BAILEY & fMCH
litest AVDHonCPl, riUh-Of Jif Orlltl t'V BfllOO-
able frlif. Bft-"iuipoii Omul Of
fice Ii the HiMt Viest.
..inn BttCfiuhtl TO CITT yi.'TO.
Id Hoof I uten 11. k .Illu Farn.m. OlttH. NEB.
Stoteof Nebraska. ' , c , c ,
Cass County. I
In the matter of the estate of An.ltew H. Talor,
To all i.erw.ns intcrente.1:
You are hereby nutili.-.l that a hea-v-r w II !
hiul at the O.unty is.urt Koom in the i'i u ' ho ise
at 1'lattsmouth, Nebraska, on the (h . a. of Jure
A. 1). lli!l. uiHin the ri'imrt ui.'l for
Hnal Kettlement ill the above esta e t'i'.sl by
the administratrix: aaid heaiinir t i b t nine
..'..hu.L A 1 Vu.r,.ro u.hi-h ihtu un.l I mi. M1) oh.
jections to -aid reiiort unii I tie' it ion neist lie dlld. Service
liYlioN Clark. Al.l.t.N J. K-1 son.
Attorney. Count) Juukc.
I seal I !'
More Lives Than a Cat.
A police agent at Tltlls, Hussla, es
caped the fifteenth attempt upon his
life a week or two ago, whin he was
mi rely knocked down liy a bomb ex
plosion that killed Ills two compan
ions. Although he Is entitled to a
pension, he prefers not to quit the
Dramatic Protest In Church.
In a NVnlniu. bet land I Knit. I roast
village ei.f.pel recently li e preaeht r j
refeneii to Christ's llsh. mi. n ills- tMWfAAHWHAA
i'ipte.- as "roticli. ignorant, uncouth
typos of men." "Hey, Mop that, mis
ter, dramatically inieii-.ipteii a tisii
ertiiii:: worshiper. "Iion't talk Hint,
v-.y a'.inut ti.-liernirli." contin ied the
interrupter, who went on tu loudly de
.hire that tin y were as good as those
In any other walk of life. Congrega
tion and preacher were alike so sur
pristd at the tiuident that the man de
livered his protest unchecked. The
pastor afterwards resumed his sermon.
No. ice to Tax Payers.
Flavored with Tomato Catcup.
The waters of Narraeatiseit bay
were well seasoned with tomato cat
sup the other day when' CO eases
oiifal'.iing ir.,C00 bottles were dumped
The County Honrd of K't'.ialiatli n will -et for
the iiiirnose uf e'luali.inif the assi -merit of Cass
county, for the year 11JKI. in thi - Cumn.i-sWrs , , ,, bt-rause the lliatlllfact ur
Chamber, at the Court House in t'lat-Mnoutn, No- .
braska. U'KinninK June lr.th at !o o clo-k A. M. PI'S Had 1101 lalif'leil tile tKittles In aC
and continue fromdav today, ill. toamlimli.ii. K 1 r,'.;-(ll,TlC0- wi'.h tile pure food law.
Something That Survived.
"it Is my ambition." said the earnest
young man, "to write something that
will he handed down to posterity."
"Well," nnsweieil Fanner Corntim
sol, "all I have tu say is be careful
!iov .ni go about it. My grandfather
wrote his name to a mortgage on his
farm and It looks as if my grandchil
dren will have to ahead struggling
Why, of Course.
If a hear were to visit a dry goods
store, what would she want?
All claims for counlizatinn muM bo fil.il'.nor.
l-fore Satunlav the l;n h ilav of liine, 1:mJ.
I'lattsmouth. Noli.. May Is, Vn.
W. R UiisKSeiMVS,
10 s Cou-i'y Clerk.
Acorn cigars 5 cents each. Sinoko an
"Acorn" and be happy.
Didn't Mean H.-.ir Lcom.
"Srenking i f helrlonms." broke in !
!ho lixpiarif us landlady, "I have oup
v.! !rh has ronio down through five j
pi Derations and " "Pawdon me.":
rrni the voire of the frivolous board
er, "but do you refer to the biittor'"
Uncle Ezra Says:
"All things come to him who waits,
but they rome a good deal quicker to
And Never Will Be.
No woman has ever been quite snt
Isfled with the training her husband
got from his mother.
A. L. TIDD
Bank of Eagle, Eagle. i
Nehawka Bank. Nehawka. y
Bank of Murdock. Murdock. f
First Nat'l bank, Greenwood.
stfltP bank of Murray. Murray, v
T First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth.
C. 1. MtRSHAlL, D. D. S.
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-six Years' Experience
Office in Fitzgerald Block
Second hand goods of all
machines, washing ma
chines and wringers re
paired. All kinds of stool
repairs. Store on tlth st.
At Hcrold's Book and Stationary Store
A brand r.ew $350.00 Cabinet Grand Piano for $280. Spot cash or bank
able paper with payments adjusted to suit convenience. A leading western piano
manufacturer lus consine:! to in a new piano, everything first class, note de
scription below. We offer it at MANUFACTURERS PRICES, saving you the
usual agent's commission ot $100.00. If you are in the market for a first class,
guarranteed for 10 years, instrument HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO.'SAVE
$100. This will ba the only piano offered on these terms.
Gering's & Co.
a specialty at
Notice to Creditors.
S'llt. of N'1 ""a till, '
County , i t ass. '
n l:l!l'-''l of flic e.-llltr
V, ., . herel-v vi-.en t'
In County Court,
of J-mr.s 11. Catliey,
NETZOW CABINET GRAND PIANO. Perfect scale, drawn on most sciotiticlic principles;
latest patent repeating action, extra heavy felt hammers; exposed pin blo.-k; extra heavy three
quarter iron plate; very best German imported tuning pins and piano wire; patent milliter attach
ment with nickel plated n.ullli r rail, best quality spruce in sounding board; ivory JJkeys. CASE
Verj artistic and double-veneered inside and out, with maple veneer on interior; oval Jpanel, with
idsomest of carvings. Warranted 10 years. Height, ! ft in; width ft 2 3-Sin; depth 2 ft 3 in
r ' .said
( in t .
MmWz BocfeM SWMery Store
The First National Bank
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
George E. Dovey, President.
Frank E. Schlater, Vice Pres.
Horatio N. Dovey, Cashier.
Carl G. Fricke, Ass't. Cashier.
.; o -j s
X Furnishings and Work Clothes X
FOR MEN Z
It may be that you do not know we carry a full
line of Overalls, Shirts, Jackets, Gloves, Underwear, f
Sox, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, etc., suitable for
Work Shirts, all sizes and colors 40c and 50c
Men's Overalls without bib 50c, 00c, 85c
" Overalls with bib COc, 75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00
" Jackets 50c, GOc, 85c, $1.00 V
" Cotton Flannel Gloves, 3 pair 25c
; " Leather Gloves at per pair 50c, 75c, $1.00
" Underwear, per garment 25c and 50c V
" Union Suits, per suit $1.00 and $1.25
; " Mixed Sox, per pair 8c and 10c
" Fine Cotton Sox, brown, black and fancy V
at per pair 10c, 12k 15c, 25c, 35c
" Suspenders, at per pair'. 25c and 50c
" Red and Plue Handkerchiefs at 5c and Sic
" All White or White with Colored Border
f each at 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c f
Y E0''s Handkerchiefs, Sus;er.ders, Gloves, Under- Y
wear and Handkerchiefs. Y
f - Y
GROCERY SPECIALS Z
& No. 1. We arc headquarters for Butter and Eggs
& for we receive more and better quality than any store.
Let us add your name to our already large list of cus
tomers that get their butter and eggs every week from
A us. Market price always.
No. 2. We are headquarters for all kinds of
A Cheese, American full cream, Brick and Limburg. 20c lb.
Sap Sago 10c, Lunchen l.'-c, Imjiorted Swiss 'lUe.
No. 3. We are headquarters for vegetables, fresh f
every day, Strawberries, Cucumbers, frefh Beans, Z
A Rubarb, Cretan Onions, Tomatoes, Lettuce. Radishes, i
No. 1. We always have on hand a nice line of j
fresh Oranges, l."c, 25c, :55c, 15c, jier dozen. Bananas,
20c a dozen. Pine Apples, 10c and 15c each. V
I We Want (o Talk Quality Not Quantity. I
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