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City And County
Machine oil-Weyrich & Hadraba.
D. C. Morgan had business in Union
Paints and brushes, Weyrich & Had
raba. M. W. Thomas had busi;;e,in Oma
Cameras, plates and lilrn?, Weyrich &
Miss Isabel Wiles spent Friday vis
iting friends and shopping in Omaha.
Clayt Rosencrans the barber was a
business visitor in the metropolis Fri
day. Cigars and tobacco, Weyrich & Had
raba. David Jardino drove in from the farm
southwest of the city and attended to
some trading Saturday.
Philip FornolY of Cedar Creek was a
visitor in the county seat Saturday. lie
re.urned home on the Schuyler.
Carl Kunzmann was an Omaha visitor
Friday attending to business in con
nection with his butcher trade.
Toilet creams, greaseless and disap
pearing, Weyrbh & Hadraba.
V. V. Leonard, Plattsmouth's pioneer
photographer took a day oft' and en
joyed a trip to the big city Friday.
Pocket books, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Mrs. A. W. White and daughter,
Mrs. Casper Thygeson and child were
passengers for Nebraska City Friday.
Stationery Weyrich & Hadraba.
Mrs. Will Renner, who has been vis
iting in the city for several days has
returned to her home at O'Neil, Nebr.
Pipes and tobacco Weyrich & Hadraba.
Prof. Ed Schulhof, who has been
spending his annual summer vacation
with his mother, spent Friday in Glen-wood.
Plattsmouth had business in the city who remember the few shreds that : A
Friday. j Mrs. Mary Armor left of him last year, 1 f
Mr. David O'ilrien returned to her w'" wonder and perhaps admire his j
home at Osmond, Neb., after spending j courage, and turn cut by thousands to j ft
several days in the city visiting with ! see his finish.
friends and relatives. j jm!p? Archer was a passenger f r
We ire in a position to furnish anule ! Union Friday where he attended the
barrels in car load lots or in small quan- m honor ot the old settlers and
tities. For prices write Isaac Pollard pioneers. He took along his celebrated)
brand of justice ana or course it wis
not expected he would harpoon any NOT1CF.
and Son. Nehawku, Neb. 32-4
Ice cream coda, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thime, who
are on their wuy to Denver, Colo., on
a wedding trip are visiting at the Hotel
Riley with their aunt, Mrs. Frank Dun
bar. Miss Kathryn Windham was a pass
enger Friday for Winlerset, Iowa,
where she will spend some time visit
ing at the home of her cousin, Mrs.
Miss Mabel Trussler the city's effici
ent a3sisstant P. M. was a passenger
Friday for Omaha where she attended
to some shopping and visited with
Miss Ada Cooper of Spocrutch, Wash
ington, relumed from her visit at
Council duffs, la., and is again at the
home of her aunt Mrs. Herman Uestor
for a visit.
Perfumes, Weyrich & Hadraba.
Kodak and camera supplies Wey
rich & Hadraba.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hates left Friday
afternoon for a few weeks rest and rec
reation at Colorado Springs and also
to pay a visit Mr. Bates' sister at Den
ver for some time.
Mrs. Frank J. Morgan, her mother,
litrs. Swift and son, Paul, left Friday
for a trip to the vicinity of Cheyenne,
VVyo., where they will enjoy camp life
during the remainder of the heated
Chas. Miller, who at present is en
gaged in farming near Thurman, Iowa,
came in Friday for a visit wjth rela
tives and friends. Charley reports good
crops and everybody prosperous in his
John Nemetz, the confectionery man,
Mrs. Joseph Fetzer and daughter ! had business in Omaha Friday. John
Charlotte were passengers for Omaha I a a hustler and is a member of the Car
Fridav where thev soent the day 9hop-! nival committee which recently con-
ping, vinced our citizens it would pay to dig
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wurl of Ouincv. UP 1'000 for the 5 daV8 bi shoW fr0m
Illinois arrived in the city Friday for I SePl- 1 to 6-
several days' visit with relatives and Jim Dahlman is pining for another
friends. "Waterloo." He has sent out notice
Wm. Tavlor. uioneer settler and farm- that he will meet Mrs. Richards in joint
v, nf debate at Bellevue August 31. Those
VI TT I IV 1 1 V V kJ OVTVIUi IllliVO OVUV.U VI I
Johns Lohnes, Sr., and son George
of Eight Mile Grove precinct were
Plattsmouth vis-itors Saturday. Mr.
Lohnes reports the corn crop as in bet
ter condition than last year but thinks
a soaking rain would be necessary to
insure a bumper yield.
H. R. Neitzel, the Murdock banker,
and Charley Guthman of this city, de
parted Friday for an extended trip to
points on the Pacific coast. They will
spend sometime at the Alaska-Yukon
exposition at Seattle after which they
will visit many other coast cities, in
cluding Portland, Ore., San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Long Beach, Calif. They
will be gone for several weeks making
a Bide trip to the .couth.
R. F. Nickson, piece work inspector
for the city Saturday attending to
business connected with his duties. He
makes his headquarters at Aurora, 111
Several changes have been announced
in positions of men in the railway sei
vice chief of which is the resignation
of T. J. Frier who has been General
Storekeeper of the Burlington with
headquarters at Chicago for several
years. J. A. Fay has been appointed
to take the place, he left to become the
General purchasing agent of the Wa
bash Railway. Business is improving
and at the local shops several men are
wanted at increased wages. The wages
at the storehouse have been raised to
15 cents per hour recently. .
HANGMAN WAS ALSO SURGEON.
c i W e
For $2,00 we can sell you a
beautiful home, house with 7 rooms,
three lots. Three tracts of land to
exchange for town property. Wind
ham Investment Co. 'M il
T1I1Z MAXY USllS OF I'AI'IUi
In the home cannot be estimated. It can be u:nd to beautify the
otherwise ugly pantry .'helves, to put under the carpets, in fait it
can be used all over the house and is a cheap means of sanitation.
We have a limited number of old papers w hich we will sell for
5c per bunch.
REMEMBER, we still have cottages
for sale on monthly payments of if 10.
A five acre tract at a bargain. Wind
ham Investment Co. 'i'.i-'i
FOR SALE - 40. acre farm about i
miles south of Plattsmouth, new five
room lioiie, good barn and other out
buildings. Price ?(0 per acre, with
terms to suit purchaser. For further
particulars see J. R. Denton. 32-
FOR SALE - Several cottages on
monthly payments of $10.00. Three
cottages at a great sacrifice for spot
cash. Windham Investment Co. 32-3
Foil S.u.i: - A KiO 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
$4,0(K) if sold soon. For particulars
write to or call on
Otto L. Hohi.kkld,
29 3 Madras, Crook County, Ore.
Until 1C0 Years Ago Executioneri
Were Permitted to Practice.
FOR SALE Four cottages for leas
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.
A Sanitary Kitchen
In these days of enlightenment sanita
tion is considered very important. If
the kitchen' is kept sanitary the flies will
find it less of an attraction, and isn't
that worth considering? We have best
display of sinks and plumbing goods in
the city and they will assist you very
materially in fighting Hies. Let us fig
ure with you on that plumbing. It will
If. ) V. vv v
We have more time', than we really
need, so propose to divide it with our readers.
We still have on hand nineteen clocks like the
illustration above. These little time keepers
stand about 9 1-2 inches high, are handsomely
finished in oxidized copper, are fitted with
alarms, and are excellent timekeepers in
every respect. If you want one renew your
subscription for a year in advance and send
us one new subscriber. Or, if preferable, re
new your own subscription and pay 50 cents
for the clock. This clock would sell regularly
for $1.50 or $1.75. Order early as only a few
The News -Herald.
Two or three centuries ago execu
tioners not Infrequently peirormeu
Biirjslcal operations, says the Urltish
Medical Journal. This seems to have
been particularly the case in Denmark.
July 24. 1579, a license was Issued by
Frederick II. to Anders Fretmut, exe
cutioner of Copenhagen, granting him
the right to set bone3 and treat old
wounds; he was expressly forbidden
to meddle with recent wounds. In 1009
It is recorded In the municipal
archives of Copenhagen that Caspar,
the hangman, had received four rigs
dalefs (or.JJie cute of two ctck. children
In the Infirmary. In lGSS Christian l.
summoned the executioner of Olucli
stadt in Holstein to examine the dis
enscil foot of the crown mince In a
letter addressed to Ole Worm, a lead
log Danish physician of the day, Henry
Koster, physlcian-ln-ordinary to the
king, complains bitterly of the slight
thus put upon him. He says that for
two whole months the hangman, "who
Is as fit to treat the case as an ass
Is to play the lyre," had the case in
hand and th3 doctor was not asked
his advice. . . . Agaln.f In 161,
Christian V. gave a fee of 200 rigs
dalers to the Copenhagen hangman
for curing the leg of a page. In 1732
Hergen, an executioner In Norway, was
authorized by royal decree to practice
Even up to the early years of the
nineteenth century this extraordinary
issoclatlon of surgery with the last
penalty of the law continued. Eclk
Peterson, who was appointed public
executioner at Trondhjem in li'JG,
served as surgeon to an infantry regl
ment In the war with Sweden, and re
tired In 1811 with the rank of surgeon
major. Frederick I. of Prussia chose
his favorite hangman, Coblenz, to be
his physlcian-ln-ordliiary. It might be
suspected that this peculiar combina
tion of functions had its orlglu In a
satirical view of tho art of healing;
but In the records we have quoted we
can trace nothing of the kind. Per
haps the executioner drove a trade In
human fat and other things supposed
to possess marvelous healing proper
tins; he may thus have come to be
credited with skill in healing, though
the association surely represents tho
lowest degree to which the surgeon
has ever fallen in public esteem and
WANTED-Young men and women to
fill positions paying $900 to $2000 per
annum. Big demand for stenograph
ers m the Government service, as
well as in private business life. Our
new method of teaching shorthand
by mail insures as thorough and
practical a training at yourown home
as is obtainable by personnl attend
ance at any business college in the
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.
Alvin Frrris, defendant, will Inke notice llmt on
the 4th dav of Aiinu8t.lW. Ada tcfrn. ulnintiff,
tiltd Hit petition in tho district court of t'asii
county. Nebraska, airainst the defendant, the oo
ii'i't ur.d nrnvi r of which ia to obtain a decree ol
divorce from the lxndn of matrimony, and for the
custody of her children, to-wit: Kthel. Clair, anil
Kenneth, and for ouch other relief as equity may
You ure required to annwer aid petition on or
before the L"0th day uf September, 190".
Fly M. Archer, htr attorney !12-8
I Attention Farmers and Stock Raisers! I
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
J. V. EGENBERGER
Notice to Creditors.
State of Nebraska. ss , Count vTt
County of tas. t
In the matter of the estate of Konrad Heinemann
Notice ia hereby Riven that the creditors or Raid
deceased will meet the Kxecutor of Kaid 'H
tnte, before me. County Judiie of Ca:t County.
Nebra-ka. at the County Court room in I'latt.i
mouth. in Paid County, on the 2.',rd day of Au
gust, liMW. ami on the ;th day of February.
llt',0 ut 10 o'clock A. M . each day. for the
ptirpo-e of presenting their claims for exami
nation, adjustment and allowance.
Siv mnnthanru allowed for the creditors of aid
deccaMti to present their claims, and one year for
t).f r.vecutor to settle suid cutate Irom ttiez.na
dav of Auirust
Witi.e.-a my hand nnd seal of said County Court,
at I'lattHinouth, Nebraska, this Ztd day of July
Al.l.K.N J. ltKESOM.
2?-fi SEAL. County JuiIko
Are Best Poached by the
Choosing a Vocation.
It Is very certain that no man Is fit
for everything; but It Is almost cer
tain, too, that there Is scarcely any
one man who Is not tit for something,
which something nature plainly points
out to hi in by giving him tendency and
propensity to It. I look upon com
mon sense to be to the mind what
conscience Is to the heart the faith
ful and constant monitor of what Is
right or wrong. And I am convinced
that no man commits either a crime or
a folly but against the manifest and
genslble representations of tho one or
the other. Every man finds In himself,
either from nature or education for
they are hard to distinguish a pe.
collar bent and disposition to some
particular character; and his strug
gling asalnst It Is the fruitless nnd
endless labor of Sisyphus. Let him
follow ami cultivate that vocation; he
will succeed In It, and be considerable
In one way at least; whereas, If hn
departs from it, he wlli, at best, bo In
considerable, probably ridiculous.
Almoii Perfect Timekeeper.
The clock cf the tower of Colum
bia university, New York, Is said to
be one of the most accurate In the
world, varying but six seconds a year.
County of Cass. t
To David K. Thomas, the unknown heirs and
devisees of lavid K. Thomas, deceased, Simeon
A. Thomas, tho unknown heir and devisees of
Simeon A. Thomas, deceased, the unknown heira
ar.d devisees of Aaron Cochran deceased. Tootle a
Farleuth, a partnership, Thomas E. Tootle, his
wife -Tootle, first name unknown. Milton
Tootle, the unknown heirs and devisees of Milton
Tootle, deceased, William G. Karleiirh, the urv
known heirs and devisees of William G. I arleigh.
defused, non-resident defendants.
You and each of you are hereby notified that
Willisrn A. Cleuhorn. executor of tho last will
of Frederick Brunko. deceased. Edward Hrunko.
Ernest Brunko. and Annie Brunko. children of
Auu.-t F. Brunko. deceased, on the 19th day of
July. I'A)!. filed their petition In thedistrict court
of Cui county, Nebraska, nuainst you. the object
and purosc of said action being to quiet and con-
linn the title or said plaintitls in ami to an oi ine
Fa.t ' : of the N. E. 1-4 of Section R. Township U.
Kanire II east, in Cass county. Nebraska, and
against you and each of you and for equitable re-l,..f
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Mom av. the tith day of September 1W
William A. Cleir horn, executor of the las' will
of Frederick Brunko. deceased. Edward Hrunko,
Ernest Brunko. and Annie Brunko. children of
AnKust F. Brunko. deceased, Plaintiffs.
By A. U Tinn. Their Attorney. 2S-S"
The Dist. Conventions of the Cass
County Sunday School Association w 11
be held as follows: First Dist. Aug. 17,
at Murray. Nebr. Second Dist. Aug.
H at Avoca, Neb. Third Dist. Aug. ll
G. A. R.
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Special Low Rates
. Hugh Norton, Agent.
Do you know that
unless you have
the old reliab
Bell Phone in your
business place or
residence, you are
not getting the
best service you
can get, you wan t
the best service
always, and we
can give it to you.
Have a Bell phone
put in your place
Any intelligent person may earn a
good income corresponding for news
papers; experience unneccessny. Send
stump for full particulars. Kmpire
Tress Syndicate, Middleport.N. Y. IU-3
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Western Lands for Sal
f Fin Harislrs. In Perklni nd Deuel counties.
S All tniootli. Ivsl l.iml. Wsrk. rich soil. Nenr
ruilioid. Gooil tnwnsatid dinininc fauns. In
to f pr arre. lernismsoiialile. Correspond
ence soli 'ited. Will send maps, literature, etc.
Wiite tl i.
The Western loan a Trust Co., Holdrtgi, Nebr.
l.aUlesI A.k ymir llrnagl.t f"f a
t liU ara.trr'a lllsmiiirTlruniiV
I'llls In KrJ n. l.,,M n.ruiuAV
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SOLD BY DRLQQISTS LVtRVVSHLRE
BAILEY & r.iACI!
lltett aotiKiicri Dl.h Gr ii) Orntl try leltH
ible frli-ri. Hot -Qulpod Dentil Of
fice li Ihi Middle t ,t.
aceiaw oicounti to citt vitireat.
M riosr I'.Xon Hik . Iitli A itn.m. OMAHA, NEB,
And be Happy I
Acorn ciga's 5 cents each. Smoke an
"Acorn" and be happy.
A. L. TIDD
I5ank of Eaple, Eale.
Nehawka Hank, Nehawka.
Hank of Murdock, Murdock.
First Nat'l bank, Greenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth.