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City And County
Machine oils, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Davo Jardine,
on July 8, a boy. LouiBvillo Courier.
Paints and oils, Wcyric'i & Hadraba.
Mrs. Maud Moench of Orleans, Nb.,
is tho guest of Mrs. A. L. Tidd this
Prescriptions, Weyrich & Hadraba.
James Pollock of Omaha, has been
visiting with relatives in the city sev
Ice cream Boda, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Ernest Horn came in on the Schuyler
train to attend to some business matters
in tbo city Thurday.
Cigars & tobacco, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Miss Lottie Wunderlish of Nehawka,
tonic examination here Saturday for
Varnish, brushes, Weyrich & Hadraba
Manager Pollock of the Independent
Telephone Company was a business
visitor in Omaha Friday.
Toilet goods, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Sheriff Quinton journeyed to Nehaw
ka Friday morning where he attended
to business connected with his office.
Wall paper, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Mrs. Terrace Pitman of Murray and
her mother Mrs. Kose Hennihgs were
morning passengers for Omaha Satur
day. Candy, Weyrich and Hadraba.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hitd were pas
sengers for Omaha Friday where they
went to attend to some business mat
ters. Family recipes, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Laura Meisinger of Plattsmouth ar
rived Friday for a visit with her sister-in-law
Mrs. Geo. Steohr. Leader
Echo. Patent medicines, Weyrich & Hadraba
i. M. Patton and wife returned this
morning from Ashland where they vis
ited over Sunday with Mrs. W. II.
Rubber goods, Weyrich & Hadraba.
John Albert the well known retired
farmer was a butdneas visitor in Omaha
Saturday returning on No. 2 in the
Jce craam cones, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Geo. P. Meisinger who hopes to se
cure the democratic nomination for
countf commissioner was in the city
Ture, fresh durgs, Weyrich & Hadraba
Wra. Nellie Carlson and her mother,
Mrs. Whelan, were passengers for Om-
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Bank of Eagle, Ragle.
Nehawka Bank, Nehawka. .
Bank of Murdock, Murdock.
First Nafl bunk, Greenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nafl bank, Plattsmouth.
When the therometer
climbs 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 V
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
aha Saturday where the) attended bo
Stationery, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Mrs. J. R. Williams of St. Louis,
Mo., arrived in the city Friday for an
extended visit with her sister Mrs.
T. Frank Johnson.
Paralliue for preserving, Wrynch &
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Keil were Platts
mouth visits Thursday. They report
a great deal more rain in the vicinity
of Cullom than here.
Watches, $1 to $50 at Crubill's.
Mrs. A. H. Bellamy and baby return
ed to their home at Seward, Neb.,
after a visit in own with the family of
Robert Windham, jr.
See us for sale bMls.
Ed Murphy arrived in town Saturday
for several days visit at the home of
his mother, Mrs. T. L. Murphy. Ed is
a residont of Denver.
Big line of sterling silverware at
Mrs. G. F. S. Burton and Miss Gladys
Marshall camo down from Omaha and
spent Sunday visiting in tho city with
friends and relatives.
For jewelry, watches, rings, silver
ware, clocks, and cut glass soe Crabill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hunter returned
to their home in Plattsmouth this morn
ing after a visit over Sunday with the
family of their son Joseph.
Fine job work done at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hyde and child
ren have gone to Sterling, Colo., where
they will enjoy a weeks vacation visit
ing friends and seight6eeing.
DiamonJs. Investigate prices at
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rainey were pas
sengers for Lincoln Friday after sever
al days visiting in the city with Mr.
Rainey's mother and brother.
Acorn cigars 5 cents each. Smoke an
"Acorn" and be happy.
Walter Hes3enflov and Roy Kline of
Cedar Creek were visitors in the city
Friday. They left for Omaha the same
afternoon to see the ball game.
Saturday evening, July 21, at Par
melee will be presented the first pub
lic exhibition of wireless telegraphy
ever given in Nebraska outside of Oma
ha. August Pein, who is now located at
Beemer, Neb., is in the city for a visit
with his family. August reports crops
and business good in northeast Nebras
Guy Newcomer who has been visiting
friends in I lattsmouth'for Home time
departed for Lincoln to visit his parents
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Newcomer who
Mrs. B. A. Roghay departed for her
home at Arlington, Neb., Saturday af
ter a visit of several days in the city
at the home of II. E. Wilson, her
John A. Johnson a resident of Louis
ville since 1885 was in the county seat
last week and was granted his second
naturalization papers for citizenship in
A marriage license was issuvd to T.
M. Frost, age G2, and Hazel Asnan,
age, 1, both of Thurman. Ia. The
happy couple were married by Judge
Chis. F. McBride and family return
ed to their home at Lincoln Saturday
having visited several days in the ci'lf
with Mr. and Mr. Tyler, parents of
B. F. Wiles was in town Friday at
tending to business matters and looking
up prices on corn and wheat. Mr.
Wiles still has a few thousand bushels
of old orn for sale. '
Geo. Born retimed from bis farm
Friday where he had been putting np
hay for a few days. George says he
got up several stacks of fine hay get
ting it cut and stacked without a drop
Mrs. A. W. Atwood has arrived home
from a months visiting with her three
sisters at Jacksonville, III. Mrs. At
wood was present at tho marriage of
her niece, Miss Jean R.' King, on July
Luke Wiles will soon begin to thresh
his new fall wheat. He has 37 acres
which he thinks will average about 30
bushels to the acre and has sold the
crop to Mr. Heieel for delivery at the
mill at $1.01 per bushel.
John Mayficld and wife- of Allen,
Neb., are in the city for a visit with
tho latter's parents and other rolatives.
During a previous residence here John
was one of tho telegraph operators at
the C. B. & B. station.
Mr. J. V. Egenberger, who has been
on the sick list for sometime, was
taken to the hospital in Omaha where
it will be necessary for him to undergo
an operation. His many friends here
hope for his early recovery.
Anton Rys returned to hfs home from
Cedar Creek Friday where he had been
carrying water for the men at work
in the Atwood & Newl quarries. The
work was too heavy for him and he
gave up the job after a three days trial.
JUrs. Peter Turn who has been mak
ing trips to Omaha where her eyes
were treated by Dr. GifTord, has made
arrangements to have the treatments
made by Dr. Livingston thus saving
the time and expense of trips back and
Mrs. Chrii Weinheimer, Mrs. Emma
Link and Mr. Chas. Link of Pekin, 111.,
arrived in Plattsmouth Friday for an
extended visit at the homes of various
relatives in the vicinity. Mrs. Wein
heimer is a sister of Mrs. John H.
Adam FornofT one of Cass countys
best farmers with some finely improved
land on his farm near Cullom was in
town Thursday. In speaking of hired
men Adam says this is one of the pro
blems always before the farmer who
owns much land.
Geo. A. B. Hicks was in the city last
Saturday and filed for nomination as
road overseer in the second district.
George was elected over George Horn
nia opponent last year by a good ma
jority and will doubtless, receive tho
nomination and be elected again this
John. P. Tritsch one of the prosper
ous young farmers living near Platts
mouth was in the city Thursday. John
has about concluded it i3 too trouble
some to monkey with hired men nnd
will probably rem out some of his land
next year, reserving enough for his
John Spence of Louisville was a vis
itor in the city last Friday, and while
here filed his name for tho nomination
for sheriff on the democratic ticket.
John is very popular in tha vicinity of
Louisville and has many friends who
would like to see him win the nomina
tion. Misses Eva and Ruth Sayles were in
the city Friday, coming down from
their home at Cedar Creek on the morn
ing train. While here they visited
with their brother G. R. and made some
purchases at the local stores, departing
for home on the Schuyler train in the
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Budig were pas
sengers Saturday for Denver where
they will spend their summer vacation.
They will make side trips to many
Colorado points and expect to derive
much benefit and enjoyment during the
trip which will cover a period of ten
days or two weeks.
Mrs. Claud Seiver, who had an oper
ation for appendicitis tome time ago in
the St. Joseph hospital at Omaha 'is
rapidly recovering and is now at the
home of James Seiver in this city
where she will remain until she grows
strong enough to be taken to her home
at Broken Bow, Neb.
Miss Ether Larson has returned home
from Chicago where she has been vis
iting friends for some time. On her
way home ehe stopped over at Daven
port, Iowa, ' for a short visit with
friends. Miss Larson will teach again
this season though she has not made
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Meisinger were
in town to do some trading Thursday.
v hilo here Philip lined up on the wheat
market as ho hns about-five acres of
fall wheat which he may thresh out of
shock and rc'.I, He says he has bo
many acres of small gram he cannot
stack all of it as help is too scarce. '
Miss Roma Leve of Columbus, Ohio,
is in tho city for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Weseott at Sunnyside. Miss
Love is a daughter of Prof. J. W. Love
former superintendent of the city'
schools here, and was for some time a
resident of Fremont, of this state.
The lit !e boy of George Ochlerking
had the misfortune o have one of his
Ugs broken Tuesday afternoon while
playing with his sister near a grind
stone. In some manner the stone was
pushed over on the lad causing a com
pound fracture. At this writing he is
doing as well as could be expected.
Coon H. Vallery who ha3 been busy
rebuilding a new house was in the city
Thursday. Coon was inquiring about
market prices as he has about 20QO
bushels of corn for sale, but he will
hold until August shows what the new
crop will do, though he says he has 120
acres of corn, and the best prospect he
has had for ten years.
You have heard much of wireless
telegraph, but have you ever seen it in
operation? Two electrically equipped
toy cannons will also be fired by the
wirless, and many other lists that will
interest everybody, showing what the
wireluss Is capable of doing outfide of
telegraph service. Parmelee, Satur
day evening July 21. General admis
sion GO cents.
Frank McNurliu, wife and daughter?
and Grandma McNurlin of Mt. Pleasant
precinct were in town Saturday to attend
to some trading Sad visit at the home
of John McNurlin. Frank and nis fami
ly returned that evening but Grandma
remained to visit her son John for
some bime. Though well advanced in
years she is quite spry and greatly en
joys visiting her relatives.
Mrs. F. L. Maxson and her cousin
Miss Hainline have arrived in the city
for an extended visit and to spend their
summer vacation at the home of the
formers parents Mr. and Mrs. H.
McKay. The ladies are teachers in the
public schools in Panama and while in
the United States will attend the ex
position at Seattle, Washington.
Wireless telegraph exhibition and
lecture will bo the attraction at Par
ol ilee Saturdiy evening, July 24. JGen
eral admission 50 cents; reserved seats
can be seured now without extra
charge. This is the first public exhibi
tion of this kind ever given in Nebras
ka outside of Omaha and a full house is
expected. A complete sending and re
ceiving wiroless telegraph station will
bo in actual operation.
Misses Bertha Jameson, Emily Rough,
Rula and Eva Canaday, of Weeping
Water; Ethel McCreight and Minnie
Nelson of Ashland, and Mis3 Rose An
derson of Springfield were among the
number of prominent young ladies tak
ing the examination for teachers certifi
cates ut the office of County Superin
tendent Foster Friday. A few of the
young ladies stayed over Saturday to
write on several subjects.
Albert Egenberger of Denver, Col.,
is in the city for a visit with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Egenberger. Mr.
Egenberger has been tuTering for
ome time with an illness and his son
came down to encourage him and see
how he was getting along. Albert is
in business at Denver where he has
lived for several years. He will spend
several days visiting here as he has mar.y
friends and relatives in and near Platts
mouth. W. C. T. U. County Convention to
be held in Plattsmouth July 21 and 22.
Session opens at 10 a. m. on 21st at
Christian church. Evening service at
Methodist church. In addition to the
regular routine of business and reports,
there will be on the program our local
ministers and singers. Readings by
Mrs. A. J. Beeson and Miss Pauline
Oldham of Murray,' and addresses by
Mrs. E. M. Covell of Omaha, a state
organizer. Everyone invited and wel
comed. Adolph Brown, son-in-law of Louis
Schuetz living near the county farm
west of Plattsmouth, has leased for a
period of five years, the fine farm near
Oreapolis owned by former Senator
Thomas. Adolph is a splendid farmer
and he will make good money both for
the Senator and himself on this farm
which contains some of the richest soil
in Cass county. Mr. Thomas while in
town today on his way to Council Bluffs
expressed himself as being highly
pleased with the deal.
No. 104 To K. C, St. Louis,
passenger 9:48 a. m.
No. 106 To K. C, St. Louis,
passenger 12:03 a. m.
No. 194 Local Freight .... 10:40 a. m.
No. 103 From K. C, St. Louis,
passenger 5:02 p. m.
No. 105 From K. C, St. Louis,
passenger 6:12 a. m.
No. 193 Local Freight 3:00 p. m.
Tickets sold and bnggago checked to
all points in U. S.
Notice Te Creditors.
In the gutter of the estate of Addison II. Jack
Notice ia hereby given that the creditors ef aid
dcceaiud will meet the Administrator of fcaid es
tate, before me, County Judge of Car County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room in Pl.-itts-niou'.b.
in raid Count', on tho SOth day of July.
1. ami on the 31st day of January, ill', al 10
o clock A. M., each day. for the iuruoic i ire
sontinK their elaims for examination, adjustment
Six months are allowed for the creditors of raid
deciaaed to prereut their claims are one year for
tho Administrator to settle said estate, from thtT
SOthdayof July. 1009.
Witness my hard and seal of said County Court,
at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 1st day of July,
Allen J. Demon.
23-8 (Seal.) County Judge.
The defendants Mary MaKowan. Harriet L.
Carper. Carper, (first name unknown),
William Rolls, Joshua Stroud, Sarah A. Stroud,
Lombard Investment Company, Harry E. Mooney,
Sanford D. Laild, and Frank llairerman, lieceiv
ers Lombard Investment Company non-resident
defendant. art) the unknown heirs of hi lev Jones,
Tennessee Rolls, nee Jones, Wiley U. Jones, IeaU-ll
Ruby, nee Jones, and George S. Ruby, deceased,
will take notice that on the 9. h day of July l'.Hjf,
John C. Kr.abe, the plaintiff filed his petition In
tho District Court of t'ayi county, Nebraska,
against the above namsd defendants, the object
and piayer of which is to cancel a certain mort
gage given by Oswald Baier, and wife, to the
Lombard Investment Company, dated March 8,
1W9. and to qui at the title in tho plaintiff to tho
fellowintr described rciU estate situated in Cass
county, Nebraska, to-wit:
Tho West one-half (SI of tho southeast quarter
(). tho southwest quarter ('4) of the northeast
quarter (' the south twenty-fivo 25) acres of
the southeast quarter of the northwest qua:ter()
the east flftcsn (16) acres ef tho north west quarter
(4) of the northeast quarter (4i). the south six
tfi) acres of the remainder f the northwest quar
ter (!) of te northeast quarter () tho west
17.M acros in lot threo (3) in the northeast quar
ter (') of tho northeast quarter Cil lot six- (il
containing 13.Z1 acres in the southeast quarter '()
of the northeast quarter ('i' all in section Thirty-two
Towrship Eleven (11) RanRC Thirteen (13)
containing 1.U3 acres, and that earn of said de
fendants and thoao claiming under or through
taim, bo forever barred from having or claiming
a,V ink-rest in said leal estate, and for equitable
You arc required to answer or plead to said pe
tition on or before the 'Jtiarl day of August, 1308.
uatert at 1'lattsmoutti, Cass county, Nebraska,
this 9th day of July 1909.
25-8 John C. Knabh. I'laintiff.
A!l persons interested are hereby notified that
John Albert Bauer, as administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of John II. Bauer, do-
ceastd, ha fiL'd his final account with the County
Court of Cats county, Nebraska, a motion to be
ie:mitt .d to tile a claim against raid estate, and
his petition for final sdtlemcnt of said accuont,
and the distribution of the residue of raid estate,
real and personal to all persons by law and the
provisions of the will of said deceased entitled
That a hearing will be had on said report and
petition in the County Court room in tho city of
Flattsinoulh. Cass county. Nebraska, on tho lfith
day of August. 1903. at the hour of ten o'clock A.
M , at which time tho snid account will be allowed
and the prayer of said petition granted, and the
administrator permitted to ftls his claim again-t
said estate, if no objections be made thereto at
Dated at Plattsmouth Nebraska, this 17th day
of July 1909.
AU.EN J. Heeson.
27-6 County Judge Cass county, Neb.
State of Nebraska, I
County of Cass. I
To David K. Thomas, the unknown helm and
devisees of David K. Thomas, deceased. Simeon
A. 1 nomas, the unknown heirs .and devisees of
Simeon A. Thomas, deceased, tho unknown heirs
and devisees of Aaron Cochran deceased. Tootle a
r'arleigh. a partnership, Thomas E. 'Jootle. his
wife Tootle, Unit name unknown, MilUin
Tootle, the unknown heirs and devisees of Milton
Tootle, deccasod, William G, r'arleigh, d CJised,
You and each of you are hereby notified that
William A. C!t ghorn, executor of the last will
of Krederick Brunko, deceased, Edward Brunko.
Ernest Brunko, and Annie Brunko, children of
August K. Brunko, deceased, on the 19th day of
July. 1909, filed their petition in tho district court
of Cass county. Nebraska, against you. the object
and purpose of said action heinn- to quiet and con
firm the title of said plaintiffs in and to all of tho
East of the N. E. 1-4 of Section 5, Township II,
Range U east, in Cass county, Nebraska, and
against you and each of yeu and for equitable re
lief. You are required to answer said petition on er
before Monday, the 30th day of August, ltifJ,
William A. Clcgliorn. executor o( the las will
of Frederick Urunko. deceased, Kdward Krunko,
fcrncct Hrunko. and Annie llrunko. children of
August F. Brunko. deceased, Plaintiffs.
By A. L. Tlliu, Thair Attorney. 27-3
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