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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1909)
FOR RENT OR SALE-IIouse with
four lots, well, two cisterns, out
buildings and several fruit tree?.
Nice location. Inquire at 716 S. 10th
street cornor of Diamond. C. A.
Sell your junk to Wave Allen and get
the highest market price. C6-10.
TO RENT-A farm, 160 acres, inquire
Post office box C22. Plattsmouth,
FOR SALE-Two story brick hou?e7
rooms, good well and cistern with
12 lots situated in south part of
city. All kinds of fruit. Good barn
and out build ns. Enquire of John
J. Toman. G9-2
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. Our
new method of teaching shorthand
by mail insures as thorough and
practical a training at your own home
as is obtainable by personal 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.
ATTENTION: Join our next excur
sion to Scotts Bluff County. Send or
call for literature regarding land.
Windham Investment Co. 38-3
The Lincoln Eveniar. News and the
Kearney Daily Huh have entered into
a warm discussion over ti e methods
used by the News in its "forninsity"
on the tariir bill. The News takes a
very democratic star.d on the question
and the Hub accuses it of furnishing
future ammumtijn for the democratic
party. The action of the News is rot
at all to be wondered at. Its editor is
a democrat and therefore it is perfect
ly natural for him to use democratic
ammunition himself and furnish it to
his party. The trouble just'iow in Ne
braska is that there are too many re
publican papers edited by men with
! Thp Kttention of the district court !
has been taken most of the week in the
I case of Zellie Ethel White, adopted j
j daughter of Cyrus White, deceased, (
who is endeavoring to have the will of I
the latter set aside on the grounds
I that he was unduly influenced nt the
j time he made the will giving his prop-
erty to a church society. At the time
i of going to press the case is still being
Fine job work done at this office.
Way to Make the Most cf Life.
A we!l-rcKu!i'.ted wind, a dignified
Imle; emu r.ce f the world, and a wise
pyiiaratKm to potsess cne's soul In
patience whatever circumstances may
exist, i3 In tlie power of every man,
niul fs greater wealth than that of the
lud f e 5. and gretter honor (ban Ctvosar
evtr acquired. Timothy DwIgUV
A. L. TIDD
Bank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nehawka Bank, Nehawka.
Bank of Murdock, Murdock.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth.
Will have special sales
on the following dates.
1ST Fruit jars 45c per doz.
Sewing machines $2 to $12
2N D - Iron beds, mattresses
and springs $2 to $9 each
3RD-Hard and soft coal
stoves and ranges $4 to $39
4TH Kitchen cabinets and
tables $3 to $20.
6THRockers and dining
room chairs at a big dis
count. D. P, JACKSON
Pearlman's Old Stand
Are Best Reached by the
Reduced rates via. Missouri
Pacific to Chicago, St Louis, Kan
sas City and St Joe. Dates of
sale August 28th to Sept. 8th
and September 11th to 19th. See
agent for rates, limits, and etc.
Some new candidates for the nomina
tion for governor next fall have shown
up within the past few day.'. Ex-Superintendent
J. L. McF.rien and Lieu
tenant Governor Hopewell are among
those mentioned for the republican
nomination, while Senator J. E. Miller
of Lincoln and Speaker Charles Pool of
Tccumseh are the r.ew democratic as
pirants. It is going to be a jolly flight.
On Friday of this week the executive
board of the state republican commit
tee will meet in Lincoln.
A Ytvng Artjst.
Two gentlemen meeting one d5jr on
the street stood idly talking when- one
said to the other: "Say, Kd, I wish
you could see thit little flve-ycfirold
phi of mine draw, guy, she drew
hfn this morning, and it was so natur
al that when she threw It lti tho waste
tucket, it laid there.'1 Judje.
Alvln F"rr', tirfrrvUnt, will take notic that on
Itio !lh !av of August.!'.".1. -VI tVfrru, rloint'.tl'.
fiUd hrr if'itiim in thp dintnrt court if '
county. NYhriuka. a?mrt thvdvfcntlar.t. th ub
jrrtanil .ry. rof w hich in to obtain a iltrrt-e of
divorce fr.-n the Imnd of matrimony, and for the
custody of ler children, to-v.il: Kthel. flair, anil
Ki'tirilii. uml fcr such other te iff asciiuity may
You are required to answer iJ petition on or
before the .llih day of t-'epttfflbvr. 1901'
By M. ARi mi.r, her atturnty K-i
State of N. i hrasU. , c , r ,
County of t us. i
In the mailer of the estate cf 'Hannah C U!ack
To alt iTSns interested' '
You nr.- hi'retiv nolitlwl that there will a hcar
in on the Hilton for the appointment of an ad
minitratnr rf uliove etMute Ix-foro t!.in court at
l'lattmoinh. in said county, on the .Inl day of
SepteniK r. VMS, ut 10 o'clock a ni and that all
objection iirvli if any. inunt be tiled on or be
fore Mlid day and hour of hearing.
AI.I.KN J. HH'.soN.
3'-6 County Judife Can county. Neb.
J. E. BARWICK
The First Chickem.
It Is pir.oially uiiderKtond that the
fcneestry cf the chicken tribe may be
tiaceO to the junglo fowl of India. All
of the various vailetts of our domes
tfc fowls have bet n produced, It is
claiiiKd by the authorities on the sub
ject, from tl.e wild fowl of India.
A large number of ladies were enter
tained most pleasantly at Sunny side,
the home of Mrs. C. E. Wescott Tu: s
day afternoon. A fine program was
given and light refreshments were ser
ved. The following program was rend
ered by those present.
1 Piano Solo Sextette from Lucia de
2 Songs I (a) "Still Unexprest" ...
" (b) 'Tuning" 1
Bond. Mrs. Eaton
3 Reading-"Old Ace" Crooks
4 Song-Florian's Song Godard
5 Reading-"Aux Italiens" Lordj
Musical Accompaniment. Verdi
6 riano Solo-"Song of Spring"
Mcrkct. Mrs. Falter
7 Song-"When the Heart is Young"
Buck. Mrs Eaton
8 Reading Selected
Another entertainment was given the
following evening by Mrs. Wescott.
Feminine Lack of Logic.
Tell a wife that men are Belflsh, she
will readily acquiesce. But tell tljal
same woman that by spoiling her boye
whether in the nursery or at school
or university she Is sowing the seed
of egclism, she will give you an em
pha'ic dcnlsl. Car.
Wcrth of Adversity.
He that has never known adversity
Is but half acquainted with himself
cr with others. Constant success show
us but one side of life. There Is a
merit which we may win by our mis
State of N.-hrafka.
Cjunty o'' l as.
Notice is hen by kv n that l y virtue of a chat
tel mortiM;- dated Dec. I'll, and executed by
Mark M. I'r.itt to I'arr.ill D- tjuinton to lecure
the p:in fi:' of fj.'i and upon which there i now
due JJii.i'i. ,1. limit having been made in th pay
ment, at:'! mo nut or other proceed iiijr at luw hav
IiiK been instituted tu nvover Haul debt or any
part thereof. I will sll the propirty Ihrrcin de
scribed. to-vit: tine trniy mare named Klota anil
one Him'le hnrn." at public aution at M. K.
Manvpeukei H barn in 1'lutU-mouth, ill sail! o.unty
on Scpte 'i!T 7, 1W, at 11 o'clock a. in. of raid
day, for ex h.
35-tl ("Alif.oi.L D. QiilNTON."MortKaKeo.
My virtue of an order of mile isstud by Jamea
ItobertHon. cl 1 1; of the district court, within and
fur Ca-ss county, Nebraska, and to me direotwl, i
will on theith dny of September, A. l. 1WJ, at
10 o'clock A. M. of Kaid day at the aouth door of
the court houxe in Mild county, sell at public auc
tion to the highest biddur for cash the followinit
roal enUHe to-wit: The Northweht (N. W. !)
QuarU'rand the Northwent Fourth of the South-
went (N. W. ' of the a. W. K tjuarter of Sec
tion Thirty CO), in Township Twelve (I2. North
Itanire Thirteen (13). in the county ofl'a, Ne
brasku. The name hcinir levied upon and taken
aa the pmtierty of LeonHnl C. W. Murray, He
becra A Murray, Joseph M. Koherta. caahier, and
the I'lattmouth State Dank of I'latUmouth. Ne
braska. IVfendants. to satisfy a juditment of aaid
court recovered by Amelia 1). Haldeman, IMaintilT
awainht aaid Defendants.
Plattmouth. Nob., August 19. A. D. 1909.
C. 1). Ul'INTON.
3A-S Sheritf Cass County. Nebraska.
REAL ESTATE. Town residencj from $l.r)0 to $.'1,000. Don't
fay rent any longer. You can own your own dwelling chenper.
.et ne show you some good chances to acquire farms in Ne
braska, South ami North Dakota, Missouri or Texas. FIKK
INSURANCE written in six of the best companies.
SURETY BONDS. Get your bonds from the American RtiretvCo.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. The risk of personal injury 11 ID
times as great as that of losing your property by tire. Secure
a policy of the London Gurantee and Accident Company and
be sure of an income whil you are onable to work.
INDEPENDENT PHONE 454.
i Attention Farmers and Stock Raisers!
This may be an age when time It
money, but first reflect on the nunibei
of useless questions which we ask
each ether every day, and to which
we neither receive nor expect an
swers. Madrid Mundo.
Reduced rates to Lincoln, Neb., and
return on Aug. 28th to Sept. 15th and
and on Sept. lllli to 19th inclusive via.
the Misouri Pacific. II. Norton.Agent.
Acorn cigars 5 cents each. Smoke an
'Acorn" and be happy.
gScZ- I" County Curt.
In the matter of the estate of Gustavo Keune.
AukuhI 27th.l!l)9. ITnon reading and filing the
duly verified ietition of Klir.abuth Keune alleging
amonir other thinRS that duHtave Keune, an In
habitant of said county died, intestate, in said
county on theHOth day of Autrust, 1)9, seized of
personal and roal property situated in said coun
ty. all of said real and personal property being
exempt from levy and saloon attachment execu
tion or other mesne process, and praying that
general administration of said estate be dispensed
with: It is therefore ordered that a hearing be
had upon said petition at the county court room,
in l'lattsmouth, ("ass county, Nebraska onthe'Jlth
dav of September A. D . 19(19. at 10 o clock a. m,
and that notices thereof bo given by publication
of this order for not less than three successive
weeks prior to such hearing, in the Nkws-Hkrai.d
a semi-weekly newspnper published and circula
ted in said county, and due proof of publication
be made ami tiled in thia oil ice.
By the Court, 39-6
Allen J. Bekson.
i'l if!Sa!ffTn"rTnS - SH-
6CT YOUR YOUNG PEOPLE
err you pupil
1 t Ttnsxr-r rr r I schools
i i r c i i ii
i u wunm r
PIAHOS AND 8B1AE3S
FOR . -jUsy I . FOR
ANOTHER WONDERFUL lir nriSIICTT
OFFER IS MADE BY THE SEtlNsTT
ijw OMAHA'S LARGEST DEALERS IN
liirMII I PIANOS AND ORGANS
List of Pianos and Organs to be Given Away December 31st, 1909
(Packard Upright Grand
Piano. Kegular Price
I Sterling Upright Grand
Piano. Kepular price
IKurtzmann Upright Grand
Piano. Regular price
ILindeman Upright Grand
Piano. Kegular price
C Packard Church Organs.
Krell Auto Grand Player
no. Kegular price
I Kohler & Camphell Upright flTIC
I Grand Pintio. Ki-irular nricc . wlW
Grand Piano. Regular price .
I Harvard Upright Grand
I, Walworth Upright Piano tlit
Rpfrular nricp. UUU
lano. Kegular l'nce.
Regular price .
Packard Church Organs
TO THE CHURCH, SCHOOL, LODGE OR SOCIETY NOT FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SECURE
ONE OF THE INSTRUMENTS MENTIONED ABOVE, WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING:
40 Pianos at a reduction of $150 from the regular retail price.
60 Pianos at a reduction of $125 from the regular retail price.
100 Chapel Organs at $37.50. .
"b Thia list inoludei
your C HOICK of any
Piano we represent.
HOW TO SECURE ONE-READ CAREFULLY
Send us the name and address of anybody you think we might be able to interest
in the purchase of a piano or organ. We will write them or send a representative to see
them and if we succeed in selling them an instrument during the months of Septem
ber. October, November or December, 1909, we will give any Church. School. Lodge
or Society you may name, 'credit as follows:
For Each Grand Plan Sold 10OO Points
Far Each Playar Piano Sold 7SO Polnta
For Each Upright Piano Sold 800 Polnta
For Each Organ Sold 150 Polnta
The Pianos and Organs will be given to the Church, School, Lodge or Society se
curing the greatest number of points between Sept. 1st and Dec. 31st, 1909, inclusive.
Names of prospective buyers may be sent in at any time, and as soon as received at this
office will -be entered on our records, and credited to the Church, School, Lodje or
Society indicated by the sender. If the same name is sent inby more than one
person, credit will be given to the first one received, iff Write today for full particulars
THE GREATEST OFFER EVER MADE BY ANY PIANO HOUSE IN THE WEST.
The Bennett Company
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
TAKI ADVANTAOK OP
MAKES OF HANOS WE REPRESENT:
Chick mi mi it Son, Ptiitmi. Ivrm h I'osn, Kikt.'mns
STIKLIXO, II. 4 b. ii. I.IKDI-MAN. II I'KTINC.VON. K"lll It A
Camfiikll, MmniiMOHN. Waiwohtm. Haivaiu. Hxnmi
Co. I'lAHO. AiiToriAHO A hKLL A I, To-, hand Hlaf Pianoi.
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
PIANOS AND ORGANS
SOLD ON EASY
Liberatis Band and
Grand Opera 5inqer&
Pain's Baille'in the Clouds - J
v Tvvith Airship
AthlelicMeel-Carnival -DascBall I
UffC ANDONL HALT KATLS POUND TRIP OH ALL RAILROADS WfJi- I
for information. Premium List, or Lfiry oonns (fy I V' I
""",r.cir i mi i ii n n h n. toi; .j'"
"E have five large Gasoline
Stoves left that are shop
worn but never have been used and
as we need the space we will sell
them at one-half price for balance
of this week. We have also a few
of the Ohio Steam Cookers left, reg
ular price of which is $5.75 which
will go at $3.00. This offer is good
only for one week.
Carnival Week Bargains
Resiularprice Carnival price
Rexall Violet Tolcum 25c for 20c.
Rexall Tan and Freckle Lotion 25c. .20c.
Rexall Tooth Powder 25c 20c.
Rexall Disappearing Cream 50c 35c.
Remember the above prices are for
Carnival week only.
Spcclnl Merchants Day Hnrgnins
for Merchants Day Only.
The above bargains together with 40
per cent discount on bulk Perfumes. 20
per cent discount on box Stationery.
One 25c Marvel Tooth Brush free with
every 25c can of Rexall Tooth Powder.
In order to take advantage of these Bar
gains you will have to hurry and avoid
EXPERT PILL MIXERS.
THE REXALL STORE.
Hugh Norton, Agent.
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