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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1909)
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; Myrun Lyons of I'niui, came up! Andrew Stohlnian. who served as
! Tt;es !.iv t attend the Clarence mur.ler one of the jurors in the Clarence n;ur-
tri;;l and d s.ime trading.
I Geo. 1J LenhoiT of Omaha,
; hi.! humc Tuesday after pay ir j
I tn his mother ami sifter here.
See us for sale bills.
l'ure soda at Cerirg & Co.
I.owney's line cardies at G.ring'. i'iiilip A. Meisinjer drove i:i from
Take a Kodak on your vaeatb:i.-Ge- i his farm f -r the purpose of excercising
ring & Co. ,1!u' u'rv'n team Tuesday.
work a specialty a J-nn vv . omen. one oi uie juru.s
for the Clarence murder trial, left yes
terday for his home at WeepingWater.
Wm. Gilmour drove in his fine team
Gering's & C.
Aug. Nolting came
Gering & Co. can till
tion in the right way.
The latest styles in wall
choose from at Gering's.
was a countv seat I
in to do some
of Shetland ponies Wednesday and did
some trading with the local merchants.
Geo. Dergcr, a young farmer and
stock dealer of Murray, was in town
Tuesday attending to business matters.
Chris Gower, wife and little daughter
of Cedar ('reek, came Wednesday to
You might srvj a dollar by reading : atten( t0 business and do some trading
Wescott's ad this week. ! , . , ,. . . ,
Geo. W egener who lives on the ehr
Take a Kodak with you on your va j farm sevm, miIeg S()Uthwe?t of
cation. For sale at Ger.ng a. ( PIattsmouthf wa9 a business visitor in
Mr?. W. H. Newell and daughter, I
Bernice, visited friends in Omaha this !
Remember the Christian Science lec
ture at the Methodist church Thursday
John Drown and family left Tuesday
for St. I'aul, Xebr., where they intend
A. S. Wills has gone to Broken l!ow
to look after his extensive ranch inter-
the city Tuesday.
Mrs. E. A. Wiggenhon of Ashland,
who has been visiting in the city with
the family of F. O. Fricke, returned to
her home Tuesday.
Farmers report that the continued
wet weather is delaying somewhat the
work in the corn, though a phenomenal
growth is being made.
The Fir.-t District
convention which was
der trial, left for his home near Louis
ville on the Schuyler yesterday evening.
Messrs. C. G. Hite and II. S. Ough. j
farmers living near Alvo, Xebr., and j
who were witnesses in the Wendt
Coehburn trial, left for their home;
James Sage left for Mineo, Okla.,
Monday to attend to matters connected
with his large farming interests there.
He will return the latter part of the
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson left last
evening for Lincoln to be present to
night at the graduation of their son,
Will, from the law department of the
M. M. Deal returned from the coun
try Sunday where he has been painting
and papering the fine new residence of
Ferdinand Ilennings in Light Mile
Mrs. Elias Sage, who lives with her
daughter. Mrs. James Durnett. at May
wood, Xebr., arrived in the city yester
day for a few weeks' visit with the
family of O. M. Streight and other
Solicitors Wanted. ,
The N::vs-llr:i'.Al .i is in a jositioti
to use a couple of goml solicitors either
nil or art of the time. We have a
good or" osition-or.e you can make
some moiuy with. I'lease write im-
inediatelv, or call at the oflice.
Storm Did no Harm.
A lam !. Fornoff and Chas. II. Reic
hart, two of Cass county's industrious;
farmers from tl.e vicinity of Cullom.
made one of their regular calls for the :
purpose of trading at the county seat
Tuesday. These gentlemen say the
rainfall was just right in their neigh- i
Police Judge's Report.
I oliee Judge Archer has just filed his
report for the month of May. It shows
that sixteen arrests were made during 1
the month, all but one of which !
were convicted as charged. Three
paid tines of $2i six sentences were
suspended, and six were committed to
jail. Twelve of the arrests were for
Damage Story a Fake.
Julius Ilullisher was in from his farm
about eight miles west of the city Tues
day and made the Ni:vs-IIi:i:.i.i a
pleasant, cull. Mr Holt'wtnr t:it,w
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miss rrar.ces .wcium-jr, i..mw,m, ... tht, r .t ,h t u t ,. ,
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The Only Baking Powder
Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
made from Grapes
Royal Baking Powder has not its counterpart at
home or abroad. Its qualities, which make the
food nutritious and healthful, are peculiar to itself
and are not constituent in other leavening agents.
ests there. occur in Murray on June '., has been
E. R. Todd, a prosperous farmer liv- postponed till seme date in August,
ing near Oreapolis was a county seat j wANTEIJ-CSoocl carpentc-ra. no othvra
visitor Tuesday. 1 , , vm 40 and 4.". cents
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per hour. Steady work. J. II. Harte
C. G. Mayfield, a retired fanner and
real estate dealer from Louisville is in
the city on business.
Geo. Decker left for Murdock Tues
day where he will spend some time vis
ing relatives and friends.
liiU!) Webster St.. Omaha, Neb. lG-ti
C. S. Lusk, representing the Nation
al Cash Register Co., is a visitor in the
city, intending to spend a week here
looking after the interests of his firm.
the state school for the deaf' at Sioux
Sunday school j pas p ( an( her s'ster Miss Mae, I
announced to U.U., :4 a teaeher in the school are visit
ing their uncle Mr. I I'. Gass and!
J. S. Lawrenceand wifeof Maryville,
Mo., are in the city for a short visit
withJ. E. Douglas and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence were just recently
married and are now on their wedding
tour. They will visit Denver and oth
er points in the west before returning
a thought suggests itself and
that is, to get hold of a box of
My, but they look good so
enticingly golden and crispy.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
siderahle damage in this vicinity is er
roneous. While considerable water fell,
it came down so gently thai the wash
ing of the soil was practically nil.
Mrs. McNurlin Improving.
A. F. Seybert and two daughters
visited in town with the family of John
Andy states that his sister, Mrs. Mc
Nurlin, has been on the sick list for a
few days and the little girls came in to
see how Auntie was getting along.
They were glad to find that she was
feeling very well and was almost in her
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday Services, 11 a. m. Subject
"God the Preserver of Man."
Sunday School, ID a. m.
Testimorial Meeting, Wednesday A
Coates Hlock, Room No. 227.
Reading Room same address. Open
daily except Sunday and Monday, from
1 to 3 p. m., where authorized literature
on Christian Science may be read or
The public is cordially welcomed.
Visits the Country,
Geo. Horn and wife drove into the
country Sunday and took dinner at the
home of Aug. G. Waiting. Mr. and
Mrs. Horn are excellent people and we
are glad to note they chose this city
for their home when they retired from
Postmaster Smith ami wife went to
Lincoln yesterday for the purpose of
attending the annual meeting of the
Nasbys which convenes there this week.
Mr. Smith states that he looks for an
interesting time as special preparation
have been made for Rime.
Editor Craves in Town.
C. C. Graves, editor of the Union
Lodger, was in the city Tuesday on
business and to attend the Clarence
A Narrow Escape.
Louis Krecklow, son of Aug. F.
Krecklow, a prosperous farmer living
near Wabash, Nebr., was in town Mon
day to visit Dr. Marshall, one of our
Louis reports that during the storm
of Sunday night the oflice of Dr.
Nogleman, of Manley was struck by
lightning, and though the damage was
slight it might have resulted seriously
as the Dr. was asleep in the building
at the time.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. A cord have ar
rived in the city from Los Angeles.Cal.,
where they have been visiting relatives
for a few weeks. Their son C. W.
Acord is night operator at the Missouri
Mr. and Mrs. Acord formerly lived
at St. Joe, Mo., but they have rented
the Frank Wiles property and intend to
make IMattsmouth their home.
The N kws-H kk a li assu res these esti
mable people they are a welcome ad
dition to our city.
Somebody will get a bargain when
they buy that piano being advertised
by Herold'a book store. It is a really
excellent instrument and at the price
named is dirt cheap.
A. L. Harvey, a brother of Mrs. Geo.
Godwin, arrived in town Tuesday 'on
his vacation and to spend a few weeks
visiting relatives. Mr. Harvey has a
v.good position at Omaha.
Peter Halmes. who owns a finely
stocked farm several miles west of
Plattsnnuth, was in the city on busi
ness Tuesday. He reports the corn
crop in thriving condition.
T. E. Williams, a former resident of
this vicinity, now located at Renfrew,
Okla.. is visiting in Cass County for a
few days and made the News-Herald
a pleasant call yesterday.
Miss Lucy Josselyn, who came in
from Lincoln to visit her. sister-in-law,
Mrs. D. D. Josselyn, who is sick at the
home of her parent?, Rev. and Mrs.
Randall, returned home Tuesday eve
ning. Edith, tha youngest daughter of C.
G. Mayfield, of Louisville, came in on
the morning train Tuesday for a few
days' vacation. While here she will
visit the families of John Robertson
and Ed R. Todd.
Fred Iskey and son, Francis, of La
I'latte, were in the city Tuesday. Mr.
Iskey says crops look fine and the re-
port that the rain of Sunday night
drowned them out was far from the
Conrad Vallery, who has a finely im
proved farm near Four Mile Creek,
came in Tuesday t look after some
business matters and listen to the clos
ing arguments of the attorneys in the
Clarence murder trial.
C. H. Warner and little son, and son-in-law,
Will Warga, were sightseeing
and trading in the city Wednesday. The
gentlemen state that corn is growing
rapidly and the rains of Sunday and
Tuesday were very helpful to crops.
John W'ehrbein and Wm. Shultz, two
rustling young farmers living about 7
miles west of Flattsmout, were in town
recently and disposed of 3T(M) bushels
of white corn. They informed the
One Year at Hard Ltbor.
John A. Feisner who was convicted
of assault with intent to do greftt,
bodily injury to Charles Iturk was sen
tenced to one year in the penitentiary
at hard labor. Judge Travis followed
the recommendation of the jury for
leniency. This is the case of one hobo
heating up another in the Durlington.
yards reported some weeks ago.
Whjle this weather may be a little
wet to get into the garden with a hoe,
it is just light to pull weeds, and a
weed pulled up by the root will not
W. H. Seybert and wife were in the
city Monday to do some trading. W.
H. is one of Cass county's prosperous
farmers and has a finely improved farm
near Cullom. He is a rustler and in ad
dition to his farm duties he manages
Death olJames Head.
Chas. Warner, the barber at Cedar
Creek, came in Tuesday morning in re
sponse to a message that his son-in-law
James Head, who arrived here recently
from erttle, Wash., had died from
hemorhage of the lungs.
Mr. Head had been visiting at the
home of his brother-in-law, Frank
Warner when he died. He was about
45 years of age and leaves a wife, Mrs.
Sibyl Head, but no children. Announce
ment of funeral arrangements will be
Mrs. Buttery Surprised.
- Several lady frienda of Mrs. M. F.
Duttery gathered together and pro
ceeding to her home succeeded in very
agreeably surprising that estimable
lady last Friday afternoon and aiding
her to properly celebrate her birthday.
Social converse, music and a splendid
lunch served to pass the afternoon de
lightfully, and those present departed
to their homes wishing Mrs. Duttery
many returns of the happy event.
Those present to enjoy the occasion
were Mesdames, C. H. Smith, J. D.
Archer, Walter Scott, J. M. Hall, Eva
Reece, J. L. Thompson, Fred Ramge,
Wm. Rishel, Frank Duttery, Jos. Mc
Macken, John McNurlin, Julius Neil
son and J. M. Ley da.
Nkws-Herai.d that many farmers had ! the weighing and loading of grain for
just finished cultivating their corn for : the Duff Grain Co. at the station of
the first time and they would take the , Cullom. He says the rain of Sunday
advantage of the lull in work to deliv
er their corn.
night was very beneficial to the grow
ing crops in his neighborhood.
Business Good At Cedar Creek.
Miss Marie Kaufman who has charge
of the general merchandise store of
A. Kaufman and Daughter at Cedar
Creek, came in on the morning train
yesterday to attend to business matters.
Miss Kaufman was recently appoint
ed postmistress at Cedar Creek to take
the place of Ashley Ault who resigned
to accept a position in the drug store
of II. R. Gering of Omaha.
Miss Kaufman reports business very
good at Cedar Creek, also that the rain
of Tuesday night was very beneficial to
Notice to Contractors.
Rids will be received at the oflice of
the County Clerk of Cass County, at
l'lattamouth, Nebraska, up to noon of
Saturday, June 12, l'.tO'J, for one Fifty
(50) foot reinforced concrete arch,
located about four (4) miles west of
Mynard Cass County, Nebraska, and
one Fifty (50) foot reinforced concrete
arch locate! one-half (!) mile east of
Elmwood, Cass county, Nebraska.
Specifications may be seen at the
County Clerk's office. Didders may aho
bid on their own plans and specifications.
Rids required on each job separate
and each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check in the sum of $500 made
payable to the County Clerk.
Dids will bo opened June 15, J'.IOH.
W. E. ItOSKNCKANS,
10-H County Clerk.
Are Visiting Relatives.
Mrs. I). E. Seiver and daughter,
Dertie, of Marquette, Nebr., 'who have
been visiting with the family of T. W.
Shryock and other relatives at Louis
ville, came in yesterday morning to
visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. L.
Thompson and family for a few days.
They were accompanied by Rachel and
Dorothy, the twodaughters of Mr. and
Mrs. I'eter Stander, of Louisville, Neb.
They will all return to their homes to
night. Plattsmouth Boys Graduate
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Richey left for Lin
coln last evening to be present the re
mainder of the week at the State Uni
versity commencement exercises. To
night diplomas will be presented to the
graduates and among the number re
ceiving them will be Will Robertson
and Livingston Richey of this city. The
former has completed the course in law
and the latter the scientific course.
In addition to his regular studies Mr.
Robertson has had the active manage
ment of the University paper, this sea
son's edition being mentioned as sur
passing in excellence any previous one.
Mr. Richey has taken a prominent part
in the different debating and scientific
The parents of these young men are
to be congratulated upon the excellent
showing made by them.
Barber Your Lawn
The strength of a child.
It is surprising to find how few parits
knew the treat strength giving qualities
ii pood oatmeal. Most of them think
! of it as a food for the sturdy Scotch or
the brawny Englishman, and overlook
its aluc as a food (or children. Every
now and then a mother will take to feed
ing her children on Quaker Oats and
will be astonished at their improvement
b strength and vigor. Of course, she
tells her friends, and they prove it for
themselves, but every mother in the
country should sec that her children are
itrong and vigorous. Plenty of Quaker
Oats, eaten often, will do it.
Put up in two sizes, tho regular pack
age and the large family size which is
more convenient for those who do not
tire in town.
Don't miss a day; cat Quaker Oats
rtBry morning for breakfast.
A good, close clip will add greatly to its personal
appearance, as well as prevent "dandruff" and
"falling out." In other words, your lawn
will do better if kept in shape by regu
lar trimming with a good mower.
We have them in several styles
and prices from $2.25 to $15.
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New Drug Firm.
The firm of Weyrich & Hadraba
which will open a new drug t-tore in
IMattsmouth in the near future have
received a shij merit of fine fixtures
from the Quincy Show Case Works of
Though the writer hud but a glimpse
of the outfit it was enough to assure
him that when all is in place this new
drug firm will have one of the neatest
and most handsomely appointed stores
in the west. The different parts of
the fixtures such as counters, shelving,
prescription case, etc., are all made to
match in golden oak and the boys are
to be congratulated on the good taste
they used in selecting the same.
Messrs. Weyrich and Hadraba show
genuine enterprise in this undertaking
and as they have each shown splendid
capacity for thorough business, we
predict for them success in the fullest
measure in their chosen line.
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