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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1909)
TWICE A WEEK
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, TUCKS DAY, JULY 2- li0!
NEWS. Ps'nlilMifd N,v. 5. 1!U
UliRALD. Ksmblishtd April 16, 154
j Consolidated' Jan. 1. 1896
A. J JL
Commercial Club Committee Re-1
ports Progress of Arrangements.
made Nebraska in the curly days, and
vi laid the foundation for the great
achievements of the state.
The fourth day will be a real car
nival day devoted to spurts of every
kind and the sKrt lovers will be given
the oji'jrtur.ity of a lifetime in the j
way of a carnival celebration. The j
young ami old and middle aged ;
THE COUNTY BOARD
REGULAR MEETING HELD AND USUAL AMOUNT OF
ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Phittamotth, Nab., July 20, 1009.
Board met pursuant to adjournment,
I will doubtless be delighted in the sports 1 present M. L. Friedrich and C. R. Jor-
M mutes oi previous nwtmtj ic
l LI MIL Will UL IIIVI l'.Ut. it i . .... .. , w. , mm.
At the regular mealing of the Com-. n,-,.,a;nn9 anii i,aS(5 ball with hundreds ! and anuroved, when the following busi-
merrial club Tuesday night at Coates lf r aUractions maUc up the j ness was transacted in regular form:
Hall the committee which was ap- j pr0Bram for tnis aay. The last day j Komi of the Lincoln Constrct. Co.
pointed to investigate the matter of a i ... . , Kuriintrton dav. A grand filed and approved.
ill t. trivn and everything! Bond of K. G. Lewis, Justice of the
will be done that is possible to make Peace, Louisville Precinct, filed and
this a most interesting and attractive approved.
event, The city is beginning to be- j The following bills were allowed:
come enthusiastic over the matter and j gknkral fund.
Business Men's Carnival made their re
port. The time was definitely set for
holding the cirniva, commencing on
Wednesday September 1 and continu
ing the 2, 3, 4 and G of September.
This carnival event will be the big
gest thing this city has ever underta
ken. Each day will be a special day
and it is hoped that not less than 60,
000 people may be attracted to witness
the entertainment and amusements and
bargains which the business men of
PlBttsmouth will have provided for the dateaSeptcmber 1 to 6
them, tvery business man ana mer
chant in the city will be assigned some
special work to do. When the assign
ments to the various committees have
been made.the detail work of arrange
ments will be taken up. Doubtless
many prizes will be offered to induce
competition in various lines.
The committee reported that one day
the people of Cass county will be given
the greatest carnival week' ever given
by any city of its Bize in the history of
tbo state. Let everybody reserve this
week to enjoy the hospitality and mer
rimont offered by the business men of
the city of Plattsmouth and remember
neighbors and friends about it. Write
to your friends and relatives in other
counties. Let everybody come and be
District Clerk Duy.
James Robertson, the gonial clerk of
the District court, has been quite busy
! this week, several cases having been
will bo devoted to live stock and agri- fild at his office. Wm. A. Cleghorn as
cultural interests. This should be one I executor of the estate of Fred Brunko,
of the great days of the carnival. The j deceased, seeks to quiet title to some
farmers and stock raisers of Cuss county j some land near Louisville with D. K.
and adjoining counties will doubtless Thomas ft al us defendants,
take advantage of this opportunity fori Frank Graham brings suit against
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exhibiting what Cass county is now;c:ateoi jonn ivingni, uec.ieu, l
.... . it i laii.. c-tnrwi I.. v 11 rtnnr i nn niiur.
u-complishing in stock raising as wen quiei nine m cu.nc U...L. .
as studying the various methods of I nes at boutn bena.
improvement. me aatnir.isiraior oi me uuim i.
u.a ill I. ...'.in ,u , Bauer estate wouia iiko permwhion tu
" I .-.!! aF (hn ni-Aiwirrv
Musical Day. This should be a special i u
feature and doubtless bands from the j bc uscd I'aving dcbU
various towns surrounding Plattsmouth
will enter tnn comesi lor me prize i fu-. Vi-ws-HeraI.d is in receipt of
Aside from the band music there will
James Robertson, State vs. Joan
A. Ftisner $17 15
C. D. Quinton, same 7 55
II. C. McMaken, s:ne 2 10
Dr. J. B. Martin, same i
Alex Bisanz, same 2 10
John Mercer same 2 10
Ben Uainey, same 4 10
E. Manspeaker, same 2 10
Geo. Dwyer, same 4 10
Chas. Burke, Assgnd to W. l,
James Robertson, State vs. An
drew Bloom H 45
C. D. Quinton. same 6 85
M. Archer, same 8 50
James Robertson, State vs.
Chiirles Hixon 21
C. D. Quinton, same
J. D. Tutt, assgnd te II. M.
Soenniehsen, bailiff certificate 8 00
C. D. Quinton, saly. uud board
ing county prisoners .261 00
V. C. Bartlett, road work Dist.
15 $,10 50
Ben Beckman same 10 41 50
Wilson Concrete Co., culvert
work 12 42 43
Neb. Constn. Co. bridge work $3080 0f
Lincoln Constn. Co., same.... 1200 00
Ben Beokman, same.... .... 20 00
Board adjourned to meet August 3,
W. E. RoSENCRANS,
Are You Going
4 10j Harvesting and Threshing in
Progress-Can See What
Land is Producing.
professional men of Cass roaaty hav
already made purchases in Alburta.
Land-seekers from sme 15 or 20 states
are flocking there by Vlic thousands,
nt of them buying a quarter section
or more before they return. Six yeara
ago this land sold at from $2 to $5 an
acre; today, it is selling at from $12 or
$15 up to $50 an acre.
The Canadian Pacific R. R. Co. ad
vanced the price of its lands 20 per cent
on July 15 and further advances are
sure to come as the home seekers con
tinue to rush into that country.
If you cannot possibly get away to
go on Aug. 3, you can go on tire next
excursion day, which will be August 17.
Alberta grows the best wheat to be
found, the yield being from 30 to 55
bushels per acre. Oats yield from CO
to 100 bushels and barley, 40 to 80 bu
shels. You can purchase first class
dry land within 2, 3 er I miles of a mar
ket at $18 an acre and irrigated land at
$30 an acre. Whure can you buy land
at that price that will grow such large
Terms: One-tenth down and bal
ance in nine equal annual payments.
Far further particulars, call upon or
write, Geo. L. Farley,
Coates Block, Plattsmouth, Nebr.
Tuesday, August 3, is the date of the
next excursion to "Sunny Southern
16 55' Alberta," Canada. This will be the
I best time of all the year for prospec-
According to the latest figures tho
water power development of this coun
try is reported asT, 357,000 horsepower,
and the number of wheels which it
turns at 52,827.
The canals of Holland have a total
length of 5,000 miles, and they are
much more important than the country'a
railroads, which have a mileage of
The available iron ore supply of the
United States is estimated at 4,785,000,
000 long tons.
The wealth production on farms, ac
cording to the estimate of the depart
ment of agriculture, was in 1807, $1,
250,000,000 and, in 1909, $7,512,000,000.
The production of iron ore from the
mines of tho United States in the year
11)07 wa3 52,01)0,000 tons, tho largest
total ever produced in a single year.
The system of building embankments
by running trains of loaded cars on
rails hung from a suspension cable
above the line of the embankment is
king used with great success.
The foundation work alone of the
new municipal building of New York
City, which is to be at the Manhattan
end of the Brooklyn bridge, will cost
The postolfice business of the United
States ha3 grown from practically $1,-
HI. Uering, l-iuiu oncim ; ,,.uacM t l,,, Qf All.r.rfo ln.t rh.i-U (,,;, ill nrominont hininps
ff ' H JIUI il l-VJ 1WM llh t U lUMU I V Mill 1LO XKIIIIIf C I
I as small grain will just be ready for
cutting and thrashing. One can see at I in the city in time for supper Monday
a glance exactly what the climate and evening. These gentlemen were boost
the funds to
Old Sttlrs Reunion.
The News-HeraI.d is in receipt
the advance announcement of the 21st
. t i i. i . ii
be choruses ana glee ciuos to mane inc of the gM 8cU,cr3 of Qm tnd
adjoining counties which will be held at.
take aavantage oi me opponuuuy.ro ; on Frid &fA Saturday( AuRUSe
, 6 and 7. Excellent programs have been
I prepared and the committees end citi-
sec and near wnai can tie prooucea in
a musical line.
Arother day will be Pioneer Day. It i
will be arranged to scure the atten
dance of nil the pioneers of Cass
county and swith eastern Nebraska.
The state ofliee.rs of the Nebraska
Pioneer Association will be present and
a banquet will doubtless be provided
ar.d the prosnt generation wiM be giv
en ar. opportunity to hear the remi
r.iscei.ces of the men and women who
zens of Union will endeavor to make
tlvs event eclipse all previous elTorts.
Cha.4. K. Ward was m the city Tue3
day. Mr. Ward ;epreiits the Lincoln
Construction Co. and was here for an
interview with the county commission
era. Glenn E
Wm. Gilmour, State vs. Charles
Ilixon 4 80
Walter Gochenour, same 2 50
John McSride, same 4 80
Mrs. Chas. Hixon, same 2 00
Mabel Hixon, same 18 10
T-'flin Ilivon. same 18 10
Mrs. Anna Bird, same 4 00
James Warga, same 2 f0
Lee Fickler 4 80
Mrs. Chas. Schwab, same 6 00
Wm. Holl. same 2 00
H. M. Soennichsen, same 2 00
Ida Hixon, same 16 10
R. W. Gochenour, same 2 60
Wm. Schwab, same 3 00
B. I. Clement, Inquest Robert
Dick McNoilin, same
H. R. Race, jury Roht. Haswell
An automobile party consisting of,
Attorney Wm. Deles Dernier, John G. i
Stark, republican candidate for County !
trensurer: Bunker C. S. Aldrich. Mer-i
chant L. F. Langhorst, and Chauffeur 0H0.OW) in 1820, and $5,500,000 in 18T0
to ?2t),ui)U,iHii) in ltwu, .i.i,uiw,ww, in
men and citizens of Elmwood. arrived i ni.uu."" " inw,i-.uw,iiAi,
soil will produce. Crop prospects in this
famous wheat belt have not been bet
ter in 20 years, which means that the
price of land there will continue to ad
vance in price.
About 30 or 40 farmers, business and
ing for the Elmwood Chautauqua which
and $191,500,000 in 1908.
According to government statistics,
the estimated coal supply of the United
is soon to be held in that lively little States is put down nt 3,135,708,000,000
city. The party left Elmwood about 4 1 tons, while tho output from the mines
o'clock and made stops at Murdock and ! of the United States in 1007, the year
Louisville making the trip to this city j of the largest production, was 420,000,
in record time. 1 000 tons.
"Make Hay While the Sun Shines"
Smith of the Nebraska
is also here for
QNE DOLLAR spent at our Sum
mer Clearance Sale goes as far
as TWO DOLLARS elsewhere. If
you doubt it test it. This is a
genuine CLEARANCE no holding
back on the price of any summer mer
chandise, not contract goods.
Handkerchiefs, straw hats
TVTon nlnin nnH fnnnv
summer underwear l
Men's full shirt with or
Boys shirts in
blue and fancy
Men's good solid
D. T. Dudley, same
P. S. Barnes, same
S. G. Coglizer, same
N. J. Calkin, same
A. J. McDonald, same
A. E. Peterson, witness to Robt.
E. E. Koo:itz, same
j Frank Kbpser, same.
, C. S. Crissman, same
I F. S. Deats, same
i P. 8. Dai'tin, same
: Dr. J. P.. Hur.gate, same
'Geo. Barton, Petit Juror
I John Bajeck, same
! Peter Eveland, same
: F. M. Hesse, same
i J. A. Hennings, same
i Geo. Cook, same
j L. I). Mullen, tame
Wm. Staikjohn, same
Potcr Campbell, same
! Lyman James, same
i W. O. Ogden, same
' John Edmunds, assgnd. ta M. C.
D. A. Miller.samc toD. C. Mor
gan , Chas. Gertach, Petit Juror
J. F. Uennir.gs, same
11 90 ;
1 10 l
1 10 j
7 80 ;
11 40 1
It won't shine long at our sale
to begin next Saturday morning
at 8 a. m. We don't want to
have to sell you shop worn clothes
next spring. That's our main
reason for such ridiculously low
prices. Every sale article will
be marked with a green tag,
giving the original and the sale
price. All men's suits including
Hart Schaffner & Marx line
worth up to $30.00.
Many other bargains not possible to list
here. This sale is strictly on the square.
Compare the goods with the ads, if they
don't agree don't buy. No cash register
tickets. No sale goods charged.
"Where Quality Counts.
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION.
John Colbert, same 8 80;i
Geo. W. Snyder, same 31 50 i
Geo. Born, same 8 10 :
Geo. Horn, same 7 40
Aug-. Tartsch. Bailiff 8 00 !
V.. Manspeaker, same 12
C. F. Hall, fee bill State vs.
Dallibleetal $15.50 allowed. . 7
Dr. Leonard Muier, medicine to
J. C. Aarons 15
C. R. Jordan, saly. and expense 14
B. C. Marquardt, mdsc 18
Plattsmouth Water Co., water
jail and court house 31
1 1. C. Munger, (i mos. paly, care
physicians Dist. 6 25
M. Fanger, adsf.1. to poor 20
Anton Kalasek, labor 8
Klopp& Bartlett, sapplies 45
Neb. Tel. Co., toll and rent .... 3
E. Ratnour, burial of puupyr. . . 45
E. Manspupker, fe bill 30
Remington Typewrite, ribbon..
M. L. Frieilrich, saly. and exp. 15
M. L. Friedrich money paid for
mowing weeds 1
Trenmour Cc;k, copies of legis-
tion (refused) Ii
I). L. Amick, juror certificate., f
C. D. Quinton. boarding city
Wm. Barclay, incus to jury ... K
All suits selling from
22.50 to 00. 00
All suits selling from
18.00 to 22.50
All suits selling from
13.50 to 1G.50
All suits soiling from
10.00 to 13. 00
tf T. ' rV
Copvfiiiht t j30 br
Hut ji'luiinT Si Mr
In tho boys suit department we're going to do somathing that will be of interest
to economical parents. All suits made by Ederheimcr Stein &
Co. Absolutely guaranteed. All suits Knickerbocker style.
All suits from 6.00 to S.50.
All suits from 1.50 to 5.50.
All suits 3..-.0 to 4.50
We have one line of soft collar shirts made of asof t silky material worth 1.23 sale price 75C
(5 shades all sizc3.
"Make hav whilethe sun sliines" itr;
,i;i't .-liiae I at o ir "viiLi'' giving" s:.le. Come Sat'.irdny J
i. S a. in.
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