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20 per cent Discount on Towels
We have linen, cotton and bath towels,
good values. Also napkins, handker
chiefs, etc. We Have only a few rem
nants of embroideries left and we are
selling them at 8c per yard.
J. W. LARKIN & CO.
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! City And County J
Geo. Ray of near Murray, had busi
ness in the city Tuesday.
Never has a woman created greater
enthusiasnTor wffjf more waTIted for a
return date than Mrs. Richards.
Mrs. Richards is the most enthusias
tic speaker that has ever visited our
coast. San Francisco Examiner.
H. B. Hansen has returned to his
home at Herman, Neb., after a visit
of several days with F. A. Richardson.
The Washington, Chicago, III., -We
consider Mrs. Richards the strongest
woman on the American platform to
day. Hans Tarns returned to his work for
the Burlington at Ashland after spend
ing Sunday at home with his family in
Mrs. Richards meets the highest ex
pectations, and Fends people away with
wiser heads, lighter hearts and more
hope for the future.
M. II. Pollard, the Nehawka miller
was in Tlattsmouth Monday evening to
look after the mill interests among its
customers in this city.
We t re in a position to furnish apple
barrels in car load lota or in small quan
tities. For prices write Isaac Pollard
and Son. Nehawka, Neb. 32 4
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson and son,
who were visiting in the city at the
home of J. W. Johnson, have returned
their home at Lincoln.
Mrs. W. A. Mietz departed for her
home at Pender, Neb., Tuesday having ;
spent several days with relatives and ;
friends in Plattsmouth and vicinity.
Mrs. Richards, national lecturer for
the W. C. T. U., will deliver an ad
dress at the Presbyterian church in
this city Friday evening, August 6.
County Commissioners C. R. Jordan
of Alvo, and J. L. Switzerof Elmwood,
arrived in the city to be present at a
meeting of the county board Tuesday.
Judge W. II. Newell has gone on a
trip of inspection to his quarries at
Wymore, Neb., and Amazonia, Mo.
He will return the latter part of the
Rev. Salsbury was engaged Tuesday
in loading his household goods into n
car preparatory to shipping them to
Auburn, Neb., where he will take up
his new residence.
MrsJ. S. Hall and daughter, Miss
Ruth, have returned to their home in
this city after Hn extended visit with
datives in the east. Mrs. Rachacl
Campbell of Pennsylvania, accompanied
them home for a few days visit after
which she will proceed to Montana for
a visit. Mrs. Hall enjoyed her trip
Mrs. Wilson of Detroit, Mich., who
has been in the city for some time vis-
king at the homes of H. N. Dovey, G.
Knapp and W. K. Fox has returned to
her home in that city.
Mrs. Mark White, who has been ser
iously ill at a hospital in Omaha, has
almost entirely recovered from the ef
fects of an operation and has returned
to her hryne near Rock Bluffs. ,
Grandma Clark whose home is at
Cedar Creek but who has been in Oma
ha came in Tuesday to visit at the home
of her son Simon. Grandma though
quite aged appears to be enjoying splen
Prof. J. W. Gamble was in town
Monday on business and to visit with
his family. He returned to Lincoln
Tuesday morning, where he will re
sume his work a9 a teacher in the
University summer school.
Sol V. Pitcher, one of the pioneer
farmers and school teachers of Cass
courity has arrived in the city for a
visit with old friends and relatives. Sol
is now located at Rushville, Nebr., and
is one of the prominent men of the
Bennie Fanger, son of M. Fanger,
the department store man, has gone to
Omaha, where he will spend some time
studying German. A good command of
that language is very helpful and the
time used in learning it will be well
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Smith were pas-
ledgers for Omaha Tuesday where pas-
I sengers for Omaha Tuesday where
they joined their daughters who are
1 camping out at Y. M. C. A. park. They
I will enjoy an outing with them being
absent for several days.
-T W Rnnlcmpvpr n mpmlipr nf thp
Q. councU from the third Wflrd hag
returned from ot e--,... Aru
where he had been for a week taking
medical baths. He looks quite well
and has no doubt but that the baths
and the trip benefitted his health con
siderably. Mrs. Florence D. Richards, Lecturer,
Organizer, Evangelist. ''God furnishes
the work and calls for the workers, not
merely to bring heaven down to earth,
but rather to bring earth up to heaven."
Those who listen to Mrs. Richards will
feel the call to "go work in my vine
yard" as never before.
C. W. Mort of Nebraska City was a
business visitor in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Mort is traveling auditor for the
Duff Grain Co., and was looking after
their interests here. His company
owns elevators at fifty different sta
tions and his work keeps him busy get
ting around over the territory.
James R. Hills, the special agent for
Swift & Co., was in Lincoln the other
day and closed a contract for the exhi
bition, during the Stato Fair, Sept. 6
to 10, of their six horse team, wagon
and harness. Without doubt this is
one of the finest equipments of its kind
to be seen in the United States.
Hon. Jesse L. Root returned to his
home in Lincoln Monday. Mr. Root
has been taking the baths at Burling
ton Junction, Mo., and stopped here on
his way back to mingle with old friends
and neighbors for awhile. The Judge
is feeling much better and his friends
wore greatly pleased to meet him.
The Dist. Conventions of the Cass
County Sunday School Association will
be held as follows: First Dit. Aug. 17,
at Murray, Nebr. Second Dist. Aug.
18 at Avoca, Nob. Third Dist. Aug.'.li).
Any intelligent person may earn a
good income corresponding for news
papers; experience unncccessny. Send
stamp for full particulars. Empire
Press Syndicate, Middleport.N. Y. 31-3
Frederick Emil Karl Tewes filed a
declaration of his intention to become
a citizen of the United States with
Clerk of the District Court Robertson
and has possession of his first papers.
The gentleman is a native of Germany
but thinks the opportunity for making
money is better in this country than in
Jim Dahlman is pining for another
"Waterloo." He has sent out notice
that he will meet Mrs. Richards in joint
debate at Itellcvue August 31. Those
who remember the few shreds that
Mrs. Mary Armor left of him last year,
will wonder and perhaps admire his
courage, and turn out by thousands to
see hi3 finish.
Judge Harvey D. Travis has gone to
Waukeeney, Kansas, where he owns
some fine farming land to make an in
spection and superintend the handling
of a large wheat crop his men have
just harvested. Judge Travis will be
gone for several days and Judge Dun
gan of Hastings will hold district court
at Nebraska City in his stead.
Mrs. Florence D. Richards of Leipsin
Ohio, at the Presbyterian church, Fri
day evening Aug. 6. Mrs. Richards has
been before the public as lecturer and
entertainer for 22 years. She has been
all over the world and her experiences
from the aristocratic parts to the very
shims have combined to make her a
successful platform entertainer.
W. G. Meisinger of nearCullom, was
in the city Tuesday and in course of his
visit statpd he had finished threshing
his wheat which averaged 22 bushels to
the acre, a good yield, but not bo good
as his brother, L. A., whose wheat
went 28bushels and was very good
quality. , Oats are running from 20 to
24 bushels to the acre in their neigh
Mrs. E. Chandler of Fairbury, IN'eb
who came down for a visit at the home
of her father George Poisall left Tues
day morning for Fremont where she
had been called by a telegram announc
ing the serious illness of her sister,
Mrs. Mabel Speck, at the hospital in
that city. Mrs. Speck is suffering from
typhoid fever and is in a very critical
Mrs. Louise Dutton of University
Place, Neb., is here for a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Os
born, who have both been quite serious
ly ill. She will remain and assist in
caring for them while her sister, Mrs.
Delia Long goes to her home in Omaha
for a short rest. The many friends of
these good people hope to soon see
them up and about again.
County Treasurer Frank E. Schlater
is building a fine new barn on his prem
ises in the north part of town. Mr,
Schlater believes in doing things rigbt
and he has hired Wm. Howland to do
the carpenter work which insures
correct and speedy construction of the
building. Frank has a splendid resi
dence nnd the addition of a good mod
em barn on the premises will make his
one of the best improved residence
properties in the city.
Notice ol Sale.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of School Distiict No. 2, in Cass county,
Nebraska, will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash, at 2:30 p.
m., of the 21st day of August, A. D.,
1009, at the South door of the Court
House, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Sale
to remain open one (1) hour, the school
building with foundation, known as the
Goos School House and located on the
farm of Mrs. Anna Goos, about one
mile South-east of Plattsmouth, Neb
raska. Dated this 24th day of July, A. D.,
Protest Against Change.
A number of prominent citizens from
Elmwood and vicinity were in the city
yesterday to protest to the county com
missioners against a proposed change
in the lines of a certain school district
in their neighborhood. The board had
adjourned and the matter cannot be
taken up until the next meeting which
is the 24th of this month. Matthew
Gering was retained by the party to
present their claims to the authorities
and the matter will be thoroughly
threshed over in hopes that an amica
bleaettlement can be agreed upon.
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FOR SALE - 40 acre farm about G
miles south of Plattsmouth, new five
room house, good barn and other out
buildings. Price $tiO per acre, with
terms to tuit purchaser. For further
particulars see J. R. Denson. 32-
FOR SALE - Several cottages on
monthly payments of $10.00. Three
cottages at a great sacrifice for spot
cash. Windham Investment Co. .'12-3
Foil Sai.k-A IliO acre farm of first
class wheat land in the wheat belt in
eastern Oregon all in cultivation with a
good running feed yard and barn for
$4,000 if sold soon. For particulars
write to or call on
Otto L. Hoiilkkld,
29 3 Madras, Crook County, Ore.
FOR SALE-Four cottages for less
than oiio 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 diirerence. 80 acres in
Knnsas to exchange for Plattsmouth
property. 17 acres on the rtver, $850.
30- WINDHAM INVESTMENT CO.
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Notice to Creditors.
State of Ki'liraHkn. I
County of Casn. 1
In County Court
In the matter of the estate of Konrad Hcinemann
Notice is hereby Riven thnt the creditors or Baid
deceased will meet the Executor of said es
tate, before me. County JuiIko of Cass County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room in I'latts
mouth, in said County, on the 23rd day of Au
gust. 190(t. and on the 2'ith day of February.
l'JIO at 10 o'clock A. M , each day. for the
purpose of nresentinir their claims for examf
nation, adjustment and allowance.
Six montlisaro allowed for the creditors of said
deceased lo present their claims, and one year fur
the Kxecu tor to settle said estate from the 23rd
duy of Aujjust 1 W.I. .
Witness my hand nnd seal of said County Court,
at I'lattvmouth, Nebra-skn, this&lrd day of July
A 1. 1. EN J. HKKKCIN,
208 Seal. County Juda-e
All pi'mona intt'it'sted aro hereby notified that
John Albert Uauvr. aa administrator with the
t ill anntveed of the estate of John Ih Bauer, de
ceased, has tiled his final account with the County
Court of Cass county, Nebraska, a motion to be
permitted to file a claim aicainat said estate, and
his petition for linal neitlement of aaid accuont.
and the distiibution of the residue of aaid estate.
real and personal to all permna by law and the
provision of the will ol aaiu 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 10th
day of August, VM, at the hour of ten o'clock A.
M.. at which time the aaid account will be allowed
and the prayer of said iietition granted, and the
administrator permitted to file his claim aitain't
said estate, if no objections bo made thereto at
Dated at Plattsmouth Nebraska, this 17th duy
of July l:W,
Ali.kn J. Bekson,
27-6 County Judue Cass county. Neb.
State of Nebraska, '
County of Cass. I
To David K. Thomas, the unknown heirs and
devisees of David K. Thomas, deceased, Simeon
A. Thomas, the unknown heirs jind devisees of
Simeon A. Thomas, deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Aaron Cochran deceased. Tootle a
FarleiKh, a partnership, Thomas E. Tootle, his
wife -Tootle, first name unknown. Milton
Tootle.,the unknown heirs and devisees of Milton
Tootle.' deceased. William (i. Karleixh, the uiw
known heirs and devisees of William G. I arleiich,
debased, non-resident defendants.
You and each of you ore hereby notified that
William A. Cleuhorn, executor nf the last will
of Frud'-rick Brunko, deceased, Edward Brunko,
Krnest Brunko, and Annie Brunko, children of
August K. Brunko, deceased, on the lHth day of
July. I'.09. filed their petition in the district court
of Cass county. Nebraska, axainst you, the object
and puriHMe of said act ion b"in(t to quiet and con
firm the title of said plaintiffs in and to all of the
Kast ' i of the N. E. 1-4 of Section ft. Township II,
Ksnite 1 1 east, in Cass county, Nebraska, and
airainst you and each of you and for equitable re
lief. You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday, the 6th day of September
William A. Clenhorn. executor of the las will
of Frederick Brunko. deceased, Edward Hrunko,
Krnest Hrunko, and Annie Brunko. children of
Auiru.it F. Brunko. deceased, 1'lainlitTs.
By A. L. TuD. Their Attorney. 29-8
The defendants Mary Msyowan. Harriet I..
Carper. Carper, (first name unknown).
William Rolls. Joshua Stroud. Sarah A. Stroud,
Lombard Investment Company. Harry E. Mooney,
Sanford D. I.a Id. and Frank Haverman, Receiv
ers Lombard Investment Company non-resident
defendant. and the unknown heirs of kiley Jones,
Tennessee Rolls, nee Jones, Wiley O. Jones.lsabeli
Ruby, nee Jones, and (Jeortfe S. Ruby, deceased,
will take notice that on the flth day of July
John C. Knabe, the plaintiff filed his petition in
the District Court of Cass county, Nebraska,
against the above named defendants, the object
and prayer of which is to cancel a certain mort
gage given by Oswald Baier, and wife, to the
Lombard Investment Company, dated March S.
1Hj, and to quiet the title in the plaintitf to the
following described real estate situated in Cm
county. Nebraska, to-wit:
The Wostone-hnlf (W) of the southeast quart, r
(), the southwest quarter (') of the northenst
quarter (' the south twenty-five 12.11 acres of
the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter! 1
the east lifteen (lDacresof the northwest quarter
(' of the northeast quarter ('), the south six
(ti) acres of the remainder of the northwest quar
ter (') of the northeast quarter tl) the west
17.ltf acres in lot three CI) in the northeast quar
ter (' I of the northeast quarter lot six (i)
containing IH 21 acres in the southeast qunr(cr ii)
of the northeast quarter 'i i all in section Thir.
tytwo Township Eleven (11) Range Thirteen
containing 19H.S.1 acres, and that each of said do
fendunls and those claiming under or through
them, be forever barred from having or claiming
any interest in said real estate, and for equitable
You are required to answer or plead tu said pe
tition on or before the Z-ini day of August, l'.KW.
Dated at I'laltsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska,
this sih day of July I!si9.
r-S John C. Knadk, Plaintiff.
THIS MASY US1SS Ol 1JA1JBR
In the home cannot be estimated. It can be usid to beautify the
otherwise ugly pantry shelves, to put under the carpets, ih fatt it
can be used all over the house and is a cheap means of sanitation.
We have a limited number of old papers which we will sell for
5c per bunch. Tub News-Herald.
A Sink in
Is the most handy and sanitary article
that you could have there. In these hot
days it is not very desirable to have
waste water standing around in or about
the kitchen. Isn't it more desirable to
dump it into the sink and have it car
ried away from the house? Think it
over and then come and let me show the
finest and best line of sinks in the city.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hog Salvet or medi
cated Salt is the best remedy for all kinds of
stock to make them tat well and aid digestion
and also a blood builder. If not satisfied with re
sults money refunded. Sold at the feed store of
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