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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1909)
Notice To Creditors.
' MR. JONES IN AN EMERGENCY. FAILED TO MAKE THE SALE.
S3. In Count Court.
WANTED-Truftworthy man or woman
in each county to advertise, receive
orders and manage business for New
York Mail Order House. $K00
weekly; position permanent; no in
vestment required. Previous exper
ience not essential to engaging.
Spare time valuable. Enclose self ad
dressed envelope for full particulars.
Address.Clarke Co.,W'holesale Dept.,
103 Park Ave., New York. 8-10
WAITED-Young men and women to
till positions paying $900 to $2000 per
annum. Big demand for stenograph
era 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 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.
SALESMAN-Best commission offer on
earth. New-all retailers samples,
coat pocket. Reliable, Iowa City,
i S'tat ,.f Nelira-ka. '
County uf I sn. I
In the matter f the estate of Weclav K row UK.
Notio in hcrt-liy Rtvi'ti that the cr.iliti'in nf va il
; (itceasi'ii will meet the A)mini?.tratitr with will
' annexed of nid estate, befurc me. O-unty thi!tri'
of Cass Cnuntv. Nebraska, at th County Court
room in l'lattumouth. in Ka d County, on the j: t
day of June, lints', at 10 o'clock, A. M . each da,
for the purpose of presenting their claims for ex"
aminution. adjustment und allowance.
Six months are allowed for thr cn-ditors of said
deceased to present their claims, and tine year for
the Administrator to aettle mid estate, from the
21st day uf June. I'.M'I.
Witness my hand and seul of FaiJ County Court,
at 1'luttsmouth, Nebruska, this '.iih, day uf May.
Ai.i.kn J. Bi:fsin.
11-8 'ISluul County Judge.
By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by James
Uotiortson clerk of the District Cnnrl whilin nml
for Cass county. Nebraska, and to me directed. I 1
will on the 14th day of June A. l. lititl at ID ;
o'clock A. M. of said duy at the south door of the
Court House in said county, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash the fullowini; tenl
estate towit: Lot number fourteen (U.) in block
four (4,1 in the villaen of Murray, Cass county,
The same Ix-imt levied upon and taken an the
property of Ilia F. Queen and Albert (Jueen, de
fendants to satisfy a judgment of said court re
covered by I'eter Campbell. Administrator of the
estute of Thomas I,. Campbell, deceased plaintilf
airainst snid ilefendants. l'lattsmouth Neb., May
llith. A D. law. C. I). WriKToN.
S-st Sheriff Casa County, Nebraska.
FOR SALE-40 acres. 2 miles south of
town with good 3 room house 2ix:M
and kitchen 12xl(). 3 acres of apple,
peach antl cherry orchard. 7 acres
timber. Can all be plowed except 3
acres which is good pasture with run
ning water. All fenced. Will take
in exchange a piece of town property
consisting of a 3 or -1 room nouse with
from 2 or 3 lots to an acre or two.
See J. E. Barwick in the Dovey
T V. V. GOQS. Prop.
BAILEY & ftlACH
Uttst Appliance ni;tlGrJl OmlLtry. RelSM
ible Prlrn. HrM-rqulppril llrntal Ol
der la the Middle VSett.
tICIl OltCOUHT TO CITT vltlTOM.
I floor Vitnr ink ,iiu Kninsm, OMAHA, NEB.
I A. L. TIDD
Bank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nehawka Bank, Nehawka.
Bank of Murdock. Murdock.
First Nat'l bank, Greenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, l'lattsmouth.
Notice of application of Cm. G. Williamson for
Notice is hereby Riven that (leo.G Williamson on
the nth day of May. WO. I'M his petition with
the Village Clerk of Murd ick, Cass county, Ne
braska, as required by the statutes of the Slate'
of Nebraska, ami the ordinances of the Villupo j
of .Murdock prayimc for u license 'o sell malt i
siiritousand vinous liquors in the huiMinu located
on lota, blink 1C, Murdock. Nebraska, for the
liscal year endinv May 2 ll'io. Anv objictionl
thereto must ! liliil with the Village Clerk I
not late- than May 1T7. li''i!l. i
Dated at Murduck. Nebraska, Mril. 1'. l'K!. '
Oi:ii- li. W II. t IAMSIIN.
Except for Single Unfortunate Inci
dent He Wat Just the Man to
Deal with It.
When Jen 8 reached home the other
night he found Mis. .loin's huddled up
In a corner of the sofa weeping, and
about four Inches of water on the
The Joneses hadn't been married
very Ions, so he contented himself
with a Keneial remark concerning the
nonrofotirct. fulness of women and
asked how it happened.
"The water pipe under tho sink
burst," Mrs. .(ones told him.
Jones smiled pityingly, walked de
liberately to the kitchen closet and
produced n wrench. Opening tho cel
lar door with a confident air he de
scended to the region below.
After bumping nt least seven ob
stacles he finally reached the wall and
reached out for the rock which he had
noticed In a pipe which traversed tho
wall. He applied his wrench and shut
Patting himself on the hack for be
ing able to cope with an emergency,
he started back upstairs. Just half
way up the steps he bumped Into his
Mrs. Jones was the first to speak.
"O, dear," she said, "what In Ihn
world did you turn off the cas for?"
Sidewalk Merchant Was Badly in
Need of Lesson to Curb Ten
dency to Freshness.
Carey Johnson l.ndlant, the southern
philologist, in the course of a lecture
on "Neologisms" In Charleston, said:
"Anoilier neologism is 'salesman
Bhlp." The advertising columns of the
magazines have for several months
abounded In this word. Schools of
'salesmanship,' books on 'salesman
fhlp," secrets of 'salesmanship' why,
one rends of nothing vise."
The aged scholar smiled.
"And speaking of schools of sales
manship," he paid. "I ho;ie ihat tho
s ilesiniin who accosted me on my way
here this evening will take in one of
fhein an eight or nine years' course
I'm sure he needs It. This salesman,
a shabby young man, laid his hand on
my arm and said:
'"Say, friend, loinme sell ye a box
of thN here patent cement.'
"I shook off his filthy paw.
" 'Cement:' i (sneered, annoyed at
his familiarity. 'What do I want with
"'Why,' cried the man. In apparent
S'iipiis. 'ain't ye broke? Ye look it.'
Los Angeles Times.
NOT THE SPEAKER'S PROVINCE
In County Court.
State of Nebraska. .
Cass County. I
In the matter of the estate of Andiew It. Taylor,
lo all persons interested:
You are hereby noti!iNl that a hearinir w II lie i
had at the County Court Hom in the C'tu-t llo jse i
at rinttsmnuth, Nebraska, on tho Nth (lav of June I
A. D. l!i!t, utHin the report and peti'ion for,
final settlement in the above estaie tilled by i
the administratrix; fluid hcaiini; to b' at nine j
o'clocK A. M., before which day and hour all oh- '
jections to aid report and petition m it b" tilld. i
ISYItON Ci.ahk. Ai.i.kn . I. IlKFMflV, !
Attorney. County Judo.
No.ice to Tax Payers. j
The County Board of Eipmlizatinn will set fori
the purpose of eiiuali'.iiiK the assessment of Cuss
county, for the year l'liil, in the Com'nUsiomrs j
Chamber, at the Court House in I'lal'f niouth. No-
braska, liecinniriK June loth at W o'clock A. M. i
and continue from day to day, up to and including
Monday. June 21, 1H"!I.
All claims for equalization must be filed on or ;
before Saturday the loth dav of June, I'M). ,
l'lattsmouth, Neh., Muy IS. l'.Hi'i. !
W. K. l;osi:NcrtANs. i
Acorn cigars cents each. Srnoke an
"Acorn" and be happy.
Crater to Follow Was Proper Person
to Comply with Request of
rroachers of all denominations oc
cupied chairs upon the platform. They
were giving their voices and Influence
to the overthrow of a political boss.
The Presbyterian clergyman had the
floor and most vigorously attacked tho
enemy. He delivered some fierce, tell
lug tin usts, and the audience was
with him. The boss received Borne
"That's right, soak him:" encour
aged a man with a stentorian voieo
who had standing room in the rear.
As the clergyman warmed up to his
subject the Interrupting "soak lilm!"
came from the rear with greater pow
er and frequency.
The speaker p.insrd. He was not
Irritated, but gently threw the audi
ence into a good-natured hysteria by
"The intentions of the gentleman
In the rear are good, but wholly Inop
portune and ill advised. If he'll kind
ly reserve his coniiiients;for the next
speaker, Hrofher Merrick of the Map
tist church, he'll he accommodated,
Edison's New Wireless.
boiit seventeen years ago Thomas
A Kdison startled the world by carry
ing on telegraphic communication be
tween a moving train and stations
along the railroad without any wire,
connection therewith. The system
employed was to mount a hoard eov
eied with tinfoil edgewise on the car
roof. The tinfoil formed part of n
local telegraph circuit, which induct
ively affected tho telegraph wires
that paralleled the track, and In this
way the messages were made to
"leap" from the train to the telegraph
lines. The recent experiments on n
well known railroad where messages
were exchanged between an operator
on a last-moving train and operators
In Toledo, Klkhart and Chicago wer
of a different character. The Hertzian
waves were used, which transmitted
the messages directly to the receiving
stations, and not to the telegraph
wires along the track.
! For Who Could Talk?
And yi I If nil those who lived In
glass houses refrained from throwing
I etones there would he practically no
I social conversation. Puck.
Some men would rather own an au
tomobile than have nothing to worry
them. Chicago Dally News.
A Piaao Bargain
C. A. MARSHALL. D. D. S.
.. Graduate Dentist..
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-six Year.-.' Experience
(j;;:co in ntcrnia; block a
At HeroIcTs Book and Stationary Store
A brand new $380.00 Cabinet Grand Piano foi $280. Spot cash or bank
able paper with payments adjusted to suit convenience. A leading western piano
manufacturer has consigned to n a new piano, everything first class, note de
scription below. We offer it at MANUFACTURERS PRICES, saving you the
usual agent's commission of $100.00. If you are in the market for a first class,
guaranteed for 10 years, instrument HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TOjSAVE
$100. This will be the only piano offered on these terms.
;' iaingu.iniuinuaiiwira !.
.Second hand "ci'.j et' all
iie:!i'i'ipt.iois. S e w i n t,
machines. washier machine.-!
slid wringers re
pnirvd. All kind if toul
r pairs. Store n itli St.
Prescription work a specialty at
(leriiiE's & Co.
Notice To Creditors.
Stnk' of Ni'l ru-!;a. , r. ...
Ca.Cuiily. $'SS' InCeuntyCmrt
In th' m:if Icr uf tho ralnto nf Anna Kniwli'k, '.
Nuliri' i imri'liy I'ivi'n thai ),' rrrilitiirs nf v:ud
itoi-r:i-i il w ill tnwt thr Adniinjstratcr til' ii:d t s-tie-.
l-t'nr' tin'. Cmintv Ju'Iki- of Cas.-i (.'minty,
Ni'lirr.-k.i. nt tho Cmmty Court rirn in I'Iuk.k
mouth. in sfiii) ( outttv, on tho ?lst iv uf Jur o.
I'.i '.I, ;i.vl on tho L'Wt day of Iiotvmhor, l'.m.i, a; I')
oolookA. M., oioh ilay. ftir thi' iui!mhi. of pn
Kon'inu ihoir cla:ris forpxnminution, aljUHtm nt
Six nionth.t nro allnwol for tho rt'iUloin of naiil
don nwl to ptoiTit thoir rlaiiTiH am! ono rar fur
tho Alininitrator tn with' uiil rstuti. fi-om the
It 'lay of .luno, I'll'1.
Witnois my I and anil soal of snhl County Coin t.
nt I'l.itttmoiith. Nohraska, thin li'tlt iluy uf May
Ai.i.i:n J. IlKrsoN.
li s Sr.M..I Cuunty Jiultrr.
NETZOW CABINET GRAND PIANO. IVrfeet scale, drawn on i....,'t s-ienticlie prin- ipl"-;
latest pat'-nt repeatii' at -tion, e.xtra heavy felt liamtners; expose, I pin li"'k; e.x'ra In avy three
tpiarter iron jilatc; very hest (icrman importLtl tuning p'n.j a'nl ia:;o wire, patent mu.ller ::tt:e li
ment with nickel plated iiitillh r rail, hest ipiality sprure in snindie;; li'iir !; ivory j keys. CASK -Verj
artistie and (louhle-veneer'.'i! insi le ami ir.it, with niajil.' vei.eer fi i::' .-.'ixr; oval rpa::el, . 1 1 h
1 1 k mi at of earviiiRs. Warranted lo year-. Uei'.'l.t, 1 ft : in; width ", :'t 2 :i-i in; depth:' ft .! in
Dealers iti all kind.1-' of Musical Merchandise, Violin. Ciiitar.llanjo .mil Mandolin strings ard
parts. All late sheet music, vocal and insti; nu-ni al, on sale.
o & &
2 burner Juniors $2.50 and up.
3 " " $3.75 and up.
Detroit self-generating Gasoline
stoves $10.50 and up.
1 burner Oven. .$1.50 and up.
2 " 44 ....$.75 and up.
Remember we have a complete
line and all styles. Call and see
The First National Bank
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
Georok E. Dovey, President.
Frank E. Schlater. Vice Pres.
Horatio N. Dovey. Cashier.
Carl G. Fricke, Ass't. Cashier.
Furnishings and Work Clothes i
V It may be that you do not know we carrv a full
V l'ne of Overalls, Shirts, Jackets, Gloves, Underwear,
y Sox, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, etc., suitable for
y every man. A
y Work Shirts, all sizes and colors 40c and 50c
y Men's Overalls without bib 50c, COc, 85c y
y " Overalls with bib COc, 75c, 85c, ihOc, .$1.00
y Jackets 50c, COc, 85c, $1.00
y " Cotton Flannel Gloves, 3 pair ! 25c
" Leather Gloves at per pair 50c, 75c, $1.00 f
y " Underwear, per jrarmcnt 25c and 50c f
y " Union Suits, per suit $1.00 and $1.25
V 'I Mixed Sox, per pair 8c and 10c
y " Fine Cotton Sox, brown, black ,'tnd fancy t
V it per pair. . . ." 10c, 12c. 15c, 25c. f
V Siisiienders, at p.er pair 25c and 50c f
V " Red and Il!i;rj Han(ik.'!'cl)i(.j's ;;i 5c and S.'c V
y All Whit.- f.r Whit.; with C.ror,-dI!urlcr f
V e:u'h at 5c. 10c, 15c. 2"c
y Doy's Handkcrchif.-f;-', S;,. r.(lir;-, Giovo;, Unflvr- V
V wear and Ilandkvrchk'lV.
t grociry mmms Z
V No. 1. We ;.re hei'.d.iuartcr:; f'.T l!i:',!. r ;u.d K.-.-s
v for we rve'iv' vw and l..-j.t-'r Mu.-dity il.an anv .-,:.-f. .'
Lot us a'bi y.rr nanu! ti ali'.--ady hj'.'.v li.-.t "I' ' t; ;-
tomers that jr-t i!:oir I .utter ai.d i'iv;s very wcrk In i;: ,
us. M:irk't pric always.
I No. 2. We arc hoad'.uarL iv. '..r .dl kinds nf
; ('h(;iv.c.Ap!c:-ican er; -am. i'rkli and I ,ii. :!.'::;'. 2'k-il.
Sa; 'Of, I.-uich'-.i l.'c. Inij-ortt'd Sw'.-'s dtJc.
y N. :'. Wear- h.-adqunrk'rs for Vi i.i t;il !( .;. frc.-di
every day, Strawneivies, Cti"i:ml.e!v. !'ic.-,h P.'-an::.
y K'ibarb, (;:. -n Oahns. Tnu-iti'u. Lettiar. P.ai.j.ies J
v Cabbage, ete. 4.
V No. I. W.' always have m hand a nice line of
"i Giar,- s, l'V. 25c. i;H', K" d( :an. llananas,
20c a do;'.( 11. Pine Aoplej. Vk and 1 each
I We Want to Talk duality U Quantity.
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