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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1909)
The Fourth '
Population Scatters to Celebrate
Special "onvnwidence. '
The people of Mynard scattered in
all directions to spend the Fourth, F.
A. Marler, wife and son, Earl, Mrs.
Lair and children and Grandma McCoy
going to Elmwood, while Rolcrt'Prost
and Lewis Crabtroe sojourned to Ral
ston. W. B. Porter and wife in search
of some quit place to rest went to
Omaha (shopping Saturday). Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Murray accompanied by
Messrs. and Mesdames Ed Emery of
Lincoln, Chas. Parker of Plattsreouth,
Will Truelsome, Longworth and Dr,
Davis of Omaha, went to Rock Bluffs
Rev. Cornish experienced a sinking
spell during his sermon at Eight Mile
Grove Sui day, being unconscious for
some time, afterwards being taken to
the homo of J. A. Kiser. He is re
ported to be getting along nicely at
present although ho is yet confined to
bis bed. Dr. Brcndel of Murray, who
bat been attending him reports it to be
an attack of malaria fever.
. A. Hild is building a large barn
40x30 which when completed will be
.one of the best built barns in the coun
ty requiring more than seventy-five
ikfid of material. Mr. Hild in his
planning considered everything but ex
;penco fiparlng nothing to make it sub
stantial and convenient.
The farmers arc getting somewhat
worried ahtmt their work, the 'contin
ued rains causing so much loss of time;
harvesting and kiy making as well as
torn plo vi. ( all being here.Jneeding to
be done t he same day. They are all
'mlp but cannot get it.
11 end wife and Dr. John
I Minn Daggart of Omaha,
i Mr. CrabiU'a auto Sunday
lling upon Mr. and Mrs.
'. Snyder shipped two car-
:lo;il.-. cf h.) ;it So. Omaha Monday,
one Jout I -1 ig Mr. Synder's own rais
ing. JSlisiCitT e Newcomer, who has been
visiting f h Wmc Propst returned to
her ho'iie at York Tuesday.
F. A. Irenes and family and John
Livin?,tn and family Sundayed with
VV. T. Richardson and wife.
A. 3. Will shipped a car of hogs to
So. Omaha, Tuesday and a load of cat
Mrs. Shultz of Omaha, visited her
uister, Mrs. A. A. Wetenkamp, during
Mr. Vilas and son of Albany, N. Y.,
Are visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B.
Miss Florence Hutchison of Rock
"Bluffs, has been visiting Miss Eva Por
Acorn cigars 5 cents each. Smoke an
"Acorn'.' and be happy.
Because they're the Nation's Choice
Because Baking Perfection approved
by the whole Nation made
The National Soda Cracker
Sold only in
, Moisture Proof
Mrs. Mayme Cleaver of Neligh, Neb.
Grand Chief of the Degree of Honor,
is in the city on fraternal businons with
Miss Theresa Hempel, Grand Recorder
of the same organization.
Claus Ohm, a prosperous farmer liv
ing near Elmwood, was in Plattsrrouth
Wednesday. Mr. Ohm had not been in
the county seat for some time and was
surprised at the improvements here.
Hilton Martin, the little son of Cha?.
E. Martin, barter, stepped on a nail
while playing at the home of the Donat
boys Tuesday evening. No bad results
are looked for, though the little man's
foot troubled him some that night.
Christy E. Metzgar was in the city
on business cdnneted with his sjtock
interests Tuesday. Chrif reports all
kinds of crops looking well at Cedar
Creak, though a dry spell of weather
would look good to the farmers just
Mrs. Eliaa Sage returned to her
home at Maywood -Tuesday after a few
weeks visft in Plattsmouth with the
families of 0. M. Streight and James
Sage. Mrs. Sage.reSded in this city
for many years and greatly enjoyed
her visit here.
Hon. Peter Eveland of Murdock was
in the city Tuesday in , connection with
the settlement of the Robert Metier
estate. Mr. Eveland is one of the
most influential citizens in the western
part f the counfy and we are always
glad to have him with us.
John Colbert of Weeping Water and
G. P. Barton of Union were in the citv
Tuesday to serve on the jury in Dis
trict Court. Mr. Colbert was excused
from serving and left for his home
Wednesday evening. Mr. Barton was
not so fortunate and will be here for
a few day3.
Louii Meisinger, one of the many
prosperous farmers of the same name
in Eight Mile Grove Precinct, was
trading in town Tuesday. Louis was
on the lookout for couple good farm
hands to help hint with his corn and
also with the harvesting. He offers
51.50 a day and board.
Miss Minnie Shoemaker, who has
been visiting the past three months in
Colorado and Jyoming: was- a rasMii
ger on the M. P. train fur her home in
Union Tuesday evening. Miss Mir.nit
is the daughter of Matthew Shoemaker
on of the old and prominent' f arners
of Liberty precinct-
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When the therometer
cUmbs up to the vicinity
of 100 in the shade there
is no one item that will
give more comfort to the
- busy housewife than a
gasoline stove. Besides
eliminating the heat and
smoke problem, they are
cheap to install and cheap
to operate. We have
them, guaranteed in every
respect, at from $2.50 to
Plattsmouth People Should learn
to Detect the Approach of
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
full of Bediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aches constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and the. vic
tim is often weighed down by a feeling
ofl apguor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of dropsy
Bright'8 Disease, or diabetes. Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough
to begin treating the kidneys at once.
Dtlay often proves fatal.
You can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's Platts
mouth proof: ,
Mrs. Claude Butler, 613 S. Tenth st.
Plattsmouth, Neb., says: 'Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Gering &
Co.'s drug store, have been used in my
family and I can heartily endorse them
as a splendid remedy for kidney dis
orders, especially In children's cases. I
publicly recommended Doan's i Kidney
Pills in 1906 and as I still think highly
of them, I have no hesitation in con
firming that statement."
For sale by all dealers, price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's and
take no other. 24-4
' Married in Lincoln.
Miss Cora E. Raker of Gretna, Neb.
and E. T. Hughes of Platte Center,
Neb., were married in this city Tues
day by County Judge P J. Cosgrive.
Mr. A. F. Hughe and Miss Kather
ine Hughav brother and sister to the
groom, ar.d Mr. and Mrs. B. A. An
derson, cou?in of the bride, witness
ed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes left on an afternoon train for
Omaha, from which place they will go
to Platte Center, where they will be
at home to their friends afyer Aug
ust 1. State Journal.
Mrs. HusJies is a sister of Mrs. W.
E. Rosencrans of Jthia city and has a
large circle of acquaintances here where
she has been a frequent visitor. Up
to a short time since, she was post
mistress at Gretna and took an active
part in the last postmasters conven
tion at Lincoln delivering an address of
more than ordinary merit. She is a
young woman of much ability and worth
and her many friends in this city and
vicinity unite in extending their best
wishes for a long and happy married
life. Mrs. Hughes also resided at
Elmwood for a long time.
Avoca CoupU Married.
A marriage license was issued July
3rd to Mr. Jeff Welcher and Mrs. Rosa
Dowley both of Avoca, Cass county
and the happy couple were united in
holy wedlock the same day by Rev. A.
A. Randall at the Hotel Riley parlors.
Mr. and Mrs. Welcher are both well
and favorably known young people of
Cass county and have hosts of warm
friends in the vicinity of Avoca and
Nehawka who will join the News
Herald in extending best wishes for a
happy and profitable journey through
The newly married couple will have
charge of the city hotel at Avoca,
which insures the continued excellence
of this popular hostelry and where they
are at home to their numerous friends
and patrons. '
First Church ol Christ, Scientist,
Sunday Services, 11 a. m. Subject
Sunday School, 10 a
Testimonial Meeting, Wednesday
Coates Block, Room No. 227.
Reading Room same address. Open
daily except Sunday and Monday, from
1 to 3 p. m., where authorized literature
on Christian bcience may be read or
The public is cordially welcomed.
Second Church ol Christ, Scientist.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Divine service at 11 a. m. Subject
Mia-weeK meeting Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Church is located on Sixth street,
two blocks south of Main street. The
public is cordially invited to all services.
The reading room in the Coates block
is open ever Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday afternoon from 2 until
Geo. Hick was a county scat visitor
Tuesday to interview the commissioners
in regard to road work in his district
Geo. says the new bridge at Cedar
Creek has been completed and teams
can cross though the dirt will have to
be filled in around the concrete ap
proaches. George ordered the News
IIekald sent to his address.
Ex-Congressman Ernest Pollard was
a visitor in the city Wednesday. He
was accompanied by Tbos. J. O'Day, of
Nehawka, who is soon to be editor of
the News-Herald and their business
here was connected with the paper. Mr.
O'Day returned that morning but Mr.
Pollard remained to look after his
Clarence Frya of Lincoln is in the
city visiting his mother, Mrs. Clara
Frye, and other relatives. Mr. Frye
has a good position with the Lincoln
Van & Storage Comnanv in the can-
Mr. nnrl Mrn. M S 7.i:ir onrl rViiM n(t
South Bend were in Plattsmouth trad
ing with our local merchants Tuesday,
Mr. Zaar has a fine farm near that
village and is intending to build a mod
ern farm dwelling in the near future.
While here he lined up on prices of lum
ber, hardware and furnishings.
John A. Hennings of Eight Mile Grove
Precinct came in on the Schuyler
Tuesday morning, as he had been sum
moned for the jury. J, F. Hennings,
Chas. Gerlacb, and George Horn alf
returned to the city to serve on the
jury. C. G. Mayfield did not return as
he had presented reasonable grounds
for excuse from serving. ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and two
sons. Glen and Myron-Bert, were in
the city, haing come down from their
home at Lincoln to celebrate the Fourth
aad spend a few days visiting at the
home of B. A. McElwain. Mr. Dutton
left- for his home Monday evening,
whilo Mrs. Dutton and the boys depart
ed on the Schuyler today.
Special Sale of
Herold Book & Stationery Store
The sample line of a leading manufacturer we have
bought at a liberal discount, and are in position to
MAKE very close prices. Special on Croquet Sets. A
$1.50 value at 98 cents.
20 per cent discount on all Spalding's Base Ball
Goods, that we have in stdek. We are determined to
reduce our stock of Base Ball Goods, and in order to do
so will "give 20 per cent discount from catalogue price.
We have a full line of Gold Medal, Mushroom and Au
tograph Bats, Catcher Mitts, Balls, etc. 20 per cent
discount on these goods is just 20 per cent saved.
One Door West of Fanger's.
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