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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1909)
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f OR SALE.
FOR KENT OK SALE-House with
four lota, well, two cisterns, out
buildings and tx-vi-ral fruit trees.
Nke locrtioii. Iniii)ro at 71G S. 10th
street cornor of Diamond. C. A.
llagerstrom. ' 38-4
Sell your junk t Wave Allen and get
the highest market price. 3(5-10.
XO HcjN l A farm, 100 acrcs.inquire
IVst office box 322. Plattsmouth,
FOR SALE-Two Btary brick house 7
rooms, good well uiid cistern with
12 lots situated in south part of
city. All kinds of fruit. Good barn
and out buildings. Enquire of John
J. Tomnn. 39-
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' Wchiiwka Hank, Nchawka.
Hank of Mardock, Murdock.
' First Net I bunk, Greenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, ll'lattwiioufi.
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Hugh Norton, Agent.
I City And County f
Hear Mr. Leonard at the opera
house Friday night. Free.
W. J. Snyder and wife of Cedtr
Creek are visiting in the city.
Christian Science-opera house-Friday
night-free. Public invited.
Joe Mullin of Elmwood was a carr.i
vul visitor the latter part of the week.
John Schoemun of Louisville was a
carnival visitor the latter par; of the
Miss Elizabeth Jackfon of Omaha is
visiting with friends and relatives in
Mrs. J. F. Wolf and daughter Merna
of Cedar Creek were Plattsmouth vis
itors last week.
B. A. Wendt and John Spangler of
Manley were business visitors in the
city last Friday.
Hon. E. M. Pollard was attening
business matters in the city the latter
part of the week.
Miss Bessie Torbitt of Bennett spent
last week in the city, the guest of her
friend, Miss Kathleen Hockstrasser.
William Deles Denier, the Elmwood
attorney was looking after business
matters in the city on Friday.
The lecture on Chrsitian Science at
the opera house Friday night will be
free, and the public is cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Tuma and two
daughters of Omaha are visiting in the
city at the home of their daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Wm. Snyder and children of
Cedar Creek were in the city last wtek
visiting with relatives and taking in
the oawiva) sights.
Mrs. H. A. Doak returned Friday to
her home in Glenwood, Iowa, after a
few days visit with her sister in this
city, Mrs. A. P. Barnes.
Mont Robb of Mynanjd was in the
city Friday taking in the carnival and
meeting friends from out in the county f
who were in attendance,
Mrs. Mary Wolf of Cudar Creek is
visiting in the city with her daughter,
Mrs. Geo. R. Sajles, and enjoying the
the sights of the carnival,
Mrs. J. W. Newell has- returned to
her home in Omaha after several days'
visit In this city with her jerents Mr.
and Mrs. A. W. Atwood,
While making a visit in bite city the
latter part of tb week E. 3, Lynn of
Elmwood took occasion to the maka
News-Herald a- most pleasant visit.
C. S. Green dL Burwell a former
resident of this ity was rtaewing ac
quaintances last week,, having been
called here by the carnival festivities.
Albert Pappe of Minco. Oklahoma,
is visiting in the city. Mr Pappe was
formerly a resident of this tity and his
many friends were much ptoased to see
W. K. KietWy, business manager of
the Weeing Water Republican was
taking in the carnival sights Saturday,
and took occasion to pavr the News-
HeraLD a most pleasant call.
J. II. Walton and wife and Miss
Mildred Hanna left the Hatter part of
tha week for their homes in Oskaloosa,
Iowa, after a few days visit in this
city with tho family J. E. Hanna.
Harry Long of South Bend in one of
the carnival visitor from that thriving
community. Mr. Long is a great bse
ball enthusiast and while here acted as
umpire for tho various games which
were a feature of the carnival.
C. D. Clapp and son WiHard of Elm
wood, were among the carnival visitors
in the oky last Friday. The latter
at:enikd a meeting of the republican
county central committee which w
hold on th day, he bciug the chairman.
The rain put a damper on the carnival
all through the week, but the help it
will be for all plowing and in livening up
the pastures will be of more assistance
and value than the continued dry spel
and a successful carnival would have
Mrs. G. W. (ricg and daughter.
Miss Louise, of Dunlan. Iowa, arrived
in tho city the latter part of the week
for a few days' visit with their hus-
b.md and fath. We understand that
they will shortly toke up their residence
i in this city.
' II. A. Snyder was in Lincoln Friday
j in attendance upon a nt-csing of the
stato republican eommitteo. He re-
ports that the work of the organization
is in good shape, and that the prospects
are bright for a big republican victory
J. C. Coleman and faaiily left Frii'ay
' for Kansas City where they will make
j their future home. We regret to note
j he departure of this most estimable
family from our midst. Avoid is made
in our social and business life which
will be hard to fill.
Ulrich Inhelder, one of tho old pio
neers of this vicinity, was in the city
during the week from his home at
Cedar Creek. Mr. Inhelder is getting
pretty well along in ycrfrs but ho takes
a keen interest in everything pertain
ing to the welfare of Cats county, and
ho enjoyed the "pioneer day "immensely.
This is Sure
Proof That Plattsmouth
People Cannot Deny
What coulJ f urnish stronger evidence
of the efficiency of any remedy than
the test of tim? Thousands of people
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permanently. Horns endorsement should prove un
doubtedly the merit of this remedy.
Years ago your friends and neighbors
testified i the relief they had derived
from tho use of Do.vi's Kidney Pill,
They now confirm their testimonials.
lney say time ha3 completed the test.
J. B. Patridge, 8th st , Plattsmouth,
Nebr., s&ys: "I sufTered almost con
stantly from pains across my loins and
kidneys and at timcj I was in a bad
way. On several occasions I was so
badly crippled that I could only get
about with the aid of two canes. The
ftrBt box of Doan's Kidney Pills, pro
cured frjm Gering & Co's. drug store,
helped me so greatly that I continued
taking the remedy and it brought me
entire relief. It would be impossible
for me to speak too highly of Doan's
The above statement was given in
June 190G and on Dec. 29, 1908, Mr.
Patridge said: I still endorse Doan's
Kidney Pills highly. I willingly renew
the statement I gave over two years
ago in their favor."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-A llburn Co., BufTalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember th name Doan's and
take no other. 35-4
Tho New MMttwf Store
Kroehler Bros., the hardware mcnt
created aomewhat t4 sensation tke
latter part of last week when they
came out in the announcement thai
they were putting in a line of millinery.
The west window of ah store was cur
tained for a few days in order to give
ttheir "hat man" am opportunity to
get his display in shape, and when the
larnival openod up the- "display" wae-
uncovercd to tho gaze of the multitude.
"Jheir line of "millinery consists of a
Kne of kitchen utensils- such as pans,
plates, kettles, etc., inwrted and drap
ed with other kit:hen articles, and the
result is biiarre to say the least, and'
attracted much attention on the part b
the carnival) visitors. i
Him. M. A. Bates went to Grant;
City,. Moi, last Friday So be in attead
arue at tke funeral servcvs of his
nephew, Rbert Kirk Hates which
cairod yesterday. ThB was a most
timuble young man anJ the sorrowing
relatives hve the syma&by of the com
munity in their bereaveg&ent.
Later advices are t tho effect that
his death was cuusuil from typhoid
fever,, though he did) rt give up his
work in Grand Islaad and go Lo his
home in Lexington utUil Saturday night
preacding his death on Wednesday.
Cul ol Primary $940.00.
S. L. Furlong of Rock Bluffs made
his- customary visit to the city Satur
day aid made this office a peasant
oalL , Mr. Furlong; was one of the ear
liest settlers of Cass county, and he
has a rich fund of anecdote ia connec
tion with his residence tn "th far
west" to whiah it is a pleasure to lis
ten. According to his computation the
recent primary election cost Casa coun
ty the Bum of 1940.99.
Recowory la Satisfactory.
C. L. Graves of Union was taking in
the carnival sights last week. His
many friends will be glad to aote that
his broken ankle is rapidly healing and
that it will now be but a short time
until he will be able to get about with
his usual agility.
l!y vir.iof anortler ofmlo iHnuoclby Jatae
Hob rt.ion, clerk of tl) district court, within and
for Cans county, Ni'brtmka. and to mp dirpctvd, I
wrllon the Uith day of Snitvmbrr. A. . 19. at
10 o'clock A. M. of Raid day at the south door of
the court house in Paul coanty. uell at nun lit aue
tiontoths highest hiddia- for canh tho following-
real ostate to-wit: Tho Norrtiwcst IN. W.
Quarter nml tho Northwest Court h of the South-
went IN. W. Si of the S. W. ) Uuie trr of Sec
tion Thirty (SO), in TownslVi Twelve U2i. North
ItarnTcThirtron (la), in tho county ofCas.i, Ne
braska. The iiatne lieitat levied upon uad taken
as the property of Leonard C. W. Murray, Re.
becrn A. Murray, Joaviiji M. Roberts, cuuhier, and
tho I'lattsinouth State Hank of PlutUnioulb. Ne
braska, Defendants, to satisfy a juik-mont of said
oourt recovered by Amelia 11. IluUlotnun. Plaintiff
awiipst said rVfcndunts.
Platlsmouth, Neb.. August 19, A. D. 1009.
'. 1). liUINTON.
3i5-0 Sheriff Casa County. Nebraska-
Stale of Nebraska, ' wo , ...
County of Casa. t In Coiwly (tourt.
In the matter of the estate of Gustave Keune.
Aurust 27th. 1909. Upon rcadimt and liKnn Ike
duly veriHcd petition of Elizabeth Keune aliening
anonir oiner minits mat l.ustave heunu, an in
afckitnntof auid county died, iiatesttu. in Haul
county on the 20th dav of Auirust, Wj, seized of
personal aail real pn'Tty situnted in said coilu
ty. al of said real and aorsoiail property being
exempt dim levy and sale on attachment cxeva
tion or othor mesne process, nYd ikaying thut
general administration of said estittc be tliiensed
wiHi: Jt is therefore ordered thut a lu-aring b
laid lawn mwri petition at the county cSn t room,
In PlatMnputh. Cam county, Nebraska on thcL'lth
day of September A. I) , lim'.l, at 10 o'clock a.m.
and that notices thorrof be given by publication
of this order for not less than three successive
weeks priorto suMi hearing, in the Ndws-kRAl.li
a scmi-woekly nowspaper aablMied and rima'a
ted in Mud county, and due proof of publication
be made and (lied in this ollice.
By tlx Court, 99-8
Allfn J. Drbson.
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