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The Columbia Tennesseans
At tub Klmwood Chautauqua
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The Association takes pleasure in announcing that we will
be able to present this splendid company on our platform the last
llireedavsof our Chautauaua. This company has been carefully
selected, and as there are many other companies of high standing
in the field, we have no hesitancy in offering this as one of the
best now before the public, both from a musical standpoint and
that of intellectuality, sobriety and morality.
Conrad Heisel 4"K"X"K"S"S"X"
An enterprising citizen of Murdock
begs to make the following suggestion
to his fellow townsmen, who we realize
hare been very busy helping to handle
the business and industries of our little
But we fear some of us in the rush
of business have neglected the care
and beautifying of our individual pro
pertics, alBO have neglected to think
properly of our health and the sanitary
conditions of above mentioned proper
ties. Let us now gently bring to mind
those tall, rank weeds in our back
jards also as we walk along our fine
cement walks, how far from pleasant
to over hanging weeds brush our cloth
Have we ever stopped to think in con
nection with the prevailing epidemic of
'fever which is going through our town
that fever germs thrive and multiply
rapidly in just such places as the afore
mentioned. Now let us all get busy, take a few
hours or a day from our business, get a
scythe and a rake and go after this
rank growth of weeds and let the God
Blessed Sun Shine on the ground round
This will make a great improvement
in the appearance of our town as well
ma prove highly beneficul to the sani
. tary conditions of Murdock.
O GOOD groceries and fair prices
mean anything to you? If they do
you should trade at Soennichsen's.
He not only has the staple lines but
he has the little articles that the usual
grocery store does not carry In this re
spect he leads as he does in all the other
lines. A trial order will convince you
that this is true. . Q
For Sale -A ISO acre farm of first
class wheat land in the wheat belt in
eastern Oregon all ia cultivation with a
good running feed yard and barn for
$4,000 if sold soon. For particulars
write to or call on
Otto L. Hohlfeld,
29 3 Madra3, Crook County, Ore.
FOR SALE-Four cottages for lets
than one half what they cost. Five
acres about 2 miles southeast of Platts
mouth for $240.00. Five acres well im
proved to exchange for a larger tract
and will pay difference. 80 acres in
Kansas to exchange for Plattsmouth
property. 17 acres on the rtver, $850.
30- WINDHAM INVESTMENT CO.
Conrad Heisel, pioneer resident and
mill owner, died last evening at his
home in this city after an illness cover
ing a period of several years. Mr. Hei
sel had been suffering from an old
wound on his foot and frangrene was
the immediate cause of his death.
He was born in the' village of Dell,
province Hesse, Darmstadt, Germany,
on April 24, 1830, and was 79 years of
acre at the time of his death. He came
to America, Aug. 6, 1856.
He had been in the mill business here
for a good many years, being compelled
recently, however, to turn its manage
ment o er to his Bons.
Scores of Plattsmouth Readers
Are Learning the Duty of
In County Court
Miss Lucile , JJates left Tuesday for
Grateville, Iowa.'where "she1 will 'Visit
for some time with an uncle.
WOULD FUSE WITH THE ORIENT.
Jor a Cleaner City.
'Charley "Martin, the Main street
tonsorial artist, has a scheme for the
beautifying of the city which he thinks
should be of interest to every business
man on the street. In sweeping his
.sidewalk twice a week he sweeps the
street to the center. He has already
interested John Bauer, the hardware
nan, and there ia no doubt that the re
sult is a great improvement. They
argue that it would be a small chore
for each individual owner to sweep to
the middle of the street twice a week,
ami the remit will be an improvement
tii at womld many times repay the slight
effort put forth in its accomplishment.
Wrltar Deolares That Out of Action
Would Come a Better Race.
In many respects the orientals are
our antithesis, and If our Ideals, prtn
clples, and institutions are more
beneflclent, we are under obligation
to present them. There should be no
collision between the Mongol and the
Anglo-Saxon races, but Instead there
should be a fusion. Out of this fusion
there should emerge a better race.
We can learn much from the various
i.eople of the orient which would be
boneflcial to ourselves, and while we
receive from them we are able to
contribute the one ercat principle of
the Anglo-Saxon race, namely, liberty
Every race that has come Into power
and prominence has stood for some
great, overmastering ItW'a. That for
which we stand and which U the great
touchstone of our great national life Is
liberty. It Is for our nation, as the
great western wing of the Anglo-Saxon
race, to loin In the extension of tnls
principle, and also to bear the mea
sage of peace. Mason S. Stone, Com
missloner of Education of Vermont, la
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kidneys
Backache and many kidney ills follow;
Urinary trouble, diabetes. Doan's Kid
ney Pills cure them all. Plattsmouth
people endorse our claim.
P. M. Lindsay, Marble Street, Platts
mouth, Nebr., says: "Off and qn for
about two years I suffered from pains
in my back and while at work, a dull,
steady ache through my loins greatly
disturbed me. I had reason to believe
that the trouble was caused by disor
dered kidneys but I was unable to find
relief from the remedies I used. Fi
nally Doan's Kidney Pills were brought
to my attention and I procured a box
at Gering & Co's. drug store. The
results that followed their use showed
that I had at last found the right rem
edy for my trouble and thus encour
aged, I obtained another box. In re
turn for the great improvement Doan's
Kidney Tills have made, I heartily en
dorse them." . '
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Huffaio,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other. 30-4
No. 104 To K. C, St. Louis,
passenger 9:48 a
No. 106 To K. C, St. Louis,
passenger 12:03 a. m.
No. 194 Local Freight .... 10:40 a. ir.
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 Locl Freight... v., 3:00 p. m.
Tickets soli -and baggage checked to
all points in U. S.
State of Nebraska. '. aq
County of Cans. i
In the matter of the estate of Konrad Heinemann
Notice ia hereby Riven that the creditor! of said
deceased will meat the Executor of Haid es
tate, before me. County Judge of Cass County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room in Platta
mouth. in said County, on the 23rd day of Au
rust. 190y. and on the 2ftth day of February,
1910 at 10 o'clock A. M , each day. for the
purpose of presenting their claims for exami
nation, adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for tho creditors of said
deceased to present their claims, and one year for
the Executor to settle said estato from the 23rd
day of August l'.W9.
Witness my hand and seal of said County Court,
at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 23rd day of July
Allen J. Bkehon.
29 '8 Seal. County Judge
See us for sale bills.
Notice To Creditors.
In County Court
Acorn ciga's 5 cents each. Smoke an
"Acorn", and be happy.
Fine job work done at this office.
WANTED Young men and women to
fill positions paying $900 to $2000 per
annum. Big demand for stenograph
ers in the Government service, as
well as in private business life. OifV
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practical a training at your own home
as is obtainable by personal attend
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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.
Admitted to Ball.
In tbe Supreme court Tuesday John
Clarence was admitted to bail in the
sum of $15,000 pending the appeal of
his case to that court.
in trie town ot westrord, Mass.
many children are brought to the pub
lic schools In barges from tho sur
rounding country, and warm soup and
cocoa is furnished them by one of the
townswomen, Mrs. John C. Abbot, whe
appreciates the fact that, leaving horn?
so early, they need something warm
with their luucheoa at nooa.
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J. E. BARWICK
REAL ESTATE. City property and some acreage tracts.
North ard South Dakota, Texas, Nebraska and Missouri farms.
INSURANCE. Fire and Tornado written in six of the best
Are you going away on a summer vacation? If ao, do you
know you can insure your baggage? Size up the value of the gear
you carry around in trunks and then consider w hether it is not
SURETY BONDS. Let me procure bonds for you from the
American Surety Company. Don't ask your friends to be your
Hotter Than Ever
X relief you say? Oh yes there is. Just drop in and try one of
our delicious Soda Confections. Allow us to
suggest one of the following.
Uoot Beer 1
Chocolate Frappe fn J Viokt Frappe
( Celery Phosphate
( Fruit Phosphate
Sundaes, any Flavor, So and 1 0e.
Ice Cream Soda with Crushed Fruit, So and lOo.
Remember, a 5c purchase is one vote in the diamond ring contest.
NEMETZ & CO.
Candymakers. Next to P. O.
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Watches, $1 to $50 at Crabill's.;
Diamonds. Investigate prices at
Fred Wynn had business in Omaha
Big line of sterling silverware at
D. P. Jackson was a business visitor
in Omaha Tuesday.
Geo. Pongratz, wife and baby girl of
near Mynard, spent Tuesday in Omaha.
Mrs. Julia Dwyer and daughters
spent Tuesday in Omaha with Mrs.
H. C. Long, wife and children were
in the city Tuesday visiting friends ar.d
to do some trading.
Mrs. J. W. Larkin returned from
Omaha Tuesday where she had been on
a visit with friends and shopping.
Mrs. M. B. Allen and family have
gone to Hamburg, Iowa, where they
will visit Mrs. Allen's sister several
Miss Star Everett, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. I. C. Lyle,
for several weeks, returned to her
home near York, Nebr., Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. August Buehlei, who
have been the guests of Chris Parken-
ing and wife for several days returned
to their home in Omaha Tuesday.
Miss Blanche Murray of Omaha, and
her brother, Alvin, of North Platte,
were in the city Sunday for a visit
with their mother, Mrs. J. A. Murray.
Mrs. A. R. Young, who has been a
patient at one of the Omaha hospitals
for some time has so far recovered
to be able to return to her home near
The Plattsmouth and Louisville base
ball nines will play at tho avenue
grounds next Saturday. This will be
good game as the teams are evenly
matched and each is eager to win.
The Dist. Conventions of the Cass
Count v Su'idav School Association will
be held as follows: First Dist. Aug. 17,
at Murray, Nebr. Second Dist. Aug.
18 at Avoca, Neb. Third Dist. Aug. 19.
State of Nebraska. co
Cass County. )
In the matter of the estate of Addison H
Notice is hereby (riven that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the Administrator of said es
tate, before me. County Judire of Cass County.
Nebraska, at the County Court room in Platta
mouth. in said County, on the 30th dasr of July,
19011. and on the 31st day of January, 1910, at 10
o clock A. H., each day. for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examination, adjustment
Six months are allowed for the creditors of said
deceased to present their claims and one year tor
the Administrator to settle said estate, from the
30th day of July. 1909.
Witness my hand and seal of said County Court,
at Plattamouth. Nebraska, this 1st day of July,
ALl.KN J. BKr-HON.
23-8 SEAL. County Judire.
All persons interested are hereby notified that
John Albert Uauer. as administrator with the
will annexed of the estate of John H. Bauer, de
ceased, ha filed his final account with the County
Court of Cass county, Nebraska, a motion to be
permitted to file a claim anainst said estate, and
his petition for final seitlement of said accuont,
and the distribution of the residue of said 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 the city of
Plattsmouth. Cass county. Nebraska, On the 16th
day of August 1909. at the hour of ten o'clock A.
M.. at which time the said account will be allowed
and tne prayer or said petition granted, ana tne
administrator permitted to file his claim against
said estate, if no objections be made thereto at
Dated at Plattsmouth Nebraska, this 17 th day
of July im
Allen J. Beeson.
27-6 County Judge Cass county.Neb.
Will com back to you if you spend It at
home. It is"gona toraver it you tend H to
the MalT-Order Hpuse. A fiance through
our advertisinc cphmM will fir yen an
Idea whare it will bay tha most.
Voslorn Lands for Sal
tma B.rcjins. In Psrkias snd De.i.l counties.
AH smooth, level l.ml. B1erk.ricbsr.il. Khi
railroad. Good towns inj adininim farms. Ii
to Honor sere. Term,,,,,!,!, Correipond
neeiolirited. Will tend maps, literature, ate.
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BAILEY & r.lAGU
litiit ttnc ll,lr-Gfi Seatlttrr lettee
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A. L. TIDD
Bank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nehawka Bank, Nehawka.
Bank of Murdock, Murdock.
First Nat'l bnnk.Greenwood.
State bank of Murray. Murray.
First Nat'l bank,
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C. A. MARSHALL, 0. D. S.
State of Nebraska, ' ,
County of Cass. I
To David K. Thomas, the unknown heir and
devisees of David K. Thomas, drceaaed. Simeon
A. Thomas, the unknown heirs .and devisees of
Stmeon A. Thomas, deceased, the unknown' heirs
and devisees of Aaron Cochran deceased. Tootle a
Farleigh, a partnership, Thomas E. Tootle, his
wife Tootle, first name unknown, Milton
Tootle, the unknown heirs and devisees of Milton
Tootle, deceased. William G. Farleigh, the unr
known heirs and dtgisees of William G. I arleigh,
doceased. non-resiiffnt defendants.
Vmi anH Mph nf vnu im honhv notified thftt
William A. Cleghnrn, executor of the last will I
of Frederick Brunko, deceased. Edward Brunko, I
Ernest Brunko. and Annie Brunko, children of
August F. Brunko, deceased, on the 19th day of
July. 1909, tiled their petition in the district court ;
of Casa county. Nebraska, against you. the object
and purpose of said action being to quiet and con
firm the title of said plaintiffs in and to all of the !
V'.sMt M of the N. K. 1-4 of Suction 5. Townahio U. I
Kangell east, in Cass county. Nebraska, and
against you and each of you and for equitable re
lief. You are required to answer said petition on or
rtnn Moniinv the Ath dav of Seutemhr 1909.
William A. C euhorn. executor or the last will
of Frederick Brunko. deceased. Edward Hrunko,
Ernest Brunko, and Annie Brunko. children of
August F. Brunko. deceased, Haintms.
By A. L. Tido, Their Attorney. 29-8
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All this and more in the
FOR SALE BY
J. W. LARKIN & CO.
HEROLD'S BOOK &
The defendants Mary Magowan. Harriet L.
Carper, Carper, (first name unknown).
William Kolla, Joshua Stroud, .wan A. .-urouo.
Lombard InvestmrntCompany. Harry E. Mooney,
Snnford D. Ijidd. and Frank Hagnrman. Heceiv
era Lombard Investment Company non-resident
defendant. and the unknown heirs of Kiley Jones,
Tennessee Rolls, nee Jones, Wiley (). Jones.lsabell
Ruby, nee Jones, and (ieorge . Kuhy, deceased.
ill take notice that on the 9tn day or July IWK),
John C. Knabe. the plaintiff filed his petition in
the District Court of Cass county, NeDrasKa,
againxt the shove named defendants, the object
and prayer of which ia to cancel a certain mort
gage given by Oswald Baier, and wife, to tho
lombard Investment iximpaviy, aaiea marcn o,
1H!. and to quiet the title in the plaintitf to the
following described real estate situated in Caaa
county. Nebraska, to-wit:
The West one-half (' or the southeast quarter
(V. the southwest quarter C of the northeast
quarter () the south twenty-five t ill acres of
thesmjthea.it Quarter of the northwest quarter I1)
the east fifteen 1151 acres of the northwest quarter
f I of the northeast quarter (1. the south aix
(6) acres of the remainder of the northwest quar
ter (') of the northeast quarter (l the west
17. M acres In lot three (3) in the northeast quar
ter Ci of the northeast quarter (V lot aix Oil
containing 1:1.21 acreain the southeast quarter1)
nf the northeast quarter (1 1 a in see turn Thir
ty-two Township tleven (11) Range Thirteen (13)
eontainlnir IMi.KI acres, and that each of said de
fendants and those claiming under or through
them, be forever barred from having or claiming
any interest in said teal estate, and for equitable
You are required to answer or plead to said pe
tition on or be fore the 13nl day of August, r.w.
Dated at Flnttsmouth. Cass county, Nebraska,
this 9th day of July lWW.
JM John C. Kna'bk, Plaintiff
A Sign of Coolness
In a kitchen is a gasoline stove. They
are cool, convenient and easy to operate.
The fuel expense is low compared with
a coal or wood stove while the comfort
derived cannot be compared. We have
them in all sizes and prices from $2 to $24.
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