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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1909)
The News From
Charles Lyman of Grant, N'eb., is
here visitir.p friends'.
Mrs. Etta Elliott of CooK'3. Kas., is
visiting htr sister, Mr?. 15. F. Moore.
The State Fair has teen patronized
during the last week by Nebraskans.
Miss Florence Todd returned last
week from Silver City, having attended
a wedding at that place.
Miss Jessie Smith came in Saturday
morning to be in reudiiess to begin the
term at the Maple Grove school.
Mrs. Wallace and daughter, Harriet,
of Lincoln spent Monday with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Mr. and Mrs. Guy KirKpatrick of
St. Joseph, Mo., are visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Cunningham Bro3. have sold out
their livery stable at this place to Octo
Carroll for the consideration of SG.jOO
and the former will probably be look
ing for a new location soon.
Messrs. V. P. Sheldon, Morris Pol
lard, D. C. West, L. Switzer, L. E.
Stone and the little son, Milton, of the
last named drove to Plattsmouth Sat
urday in Mr. Sheldon's car.
News has been received from Wil
dorado, Tex., of the birth of a daugh
ter to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mitchell. It
will be remembered that Mrs. Mitchell
was formerly Mrs. Stella Banning of
Tuesday morning's west bound train
carried quite a "bunch" of students to
the Weeping Water Academy, among
them were Marion Tucker, Elizabeth
and Ethel Rough, Emily Wolph, Ger
trude Sturm and Stuart Rough, jr.
All the teachers for Nehawka High
school are now on hand and getting
things in readinets for the opening of
school on Monday. Mr. E. E. Collins,
principal; Miss Hazel Jameson, inter
mediate; Miss Lois Willsie, assistant
principal; Miss Evelyn Stout, primary.
School opened Monday with an en
rollment of about one hundred which i
encouraging and does not point toward
race suicide nearly so much as did last
year's opening attendance,-taking into
consideration the fact that Buffalo
Bill's show was at Nebraska City that
Nehawka has been under a constant
strain of good behavior ever since the
U. B. conference commenced, but the
tension finally proved too great and we
experienced a dreadful reaction the
other evening which resulted in another
disgraceful t affair, foUowing closely
upon the heels of the Russia versus
West Virginia episode related in last
Dry plates for cameras, Weyrich &
A. S. Will has returned from a busi
ness tiip in Mexico.
Chi-Namel Graining Process, Wey
rich and Hadraba only.
Miss Myrtle Poisall is visiting friends
and relatives in Fremont.
Tablets for pen or pencil, Weyrich &
County Clerk Rosencrans made a
business trip to Omaha on Tuesday.
Slates, tablets and pencils, Weyrich
Miss Ruth Johnson has gone to Lin
coln, where fhe will spend a couple of
week3 visiting with friends.
Pens, ink, rulera, Erasers, Weyrich
George Burnett has returned to his
The manufacturers have arranged with us to give a Free
Demonstration to every farmer in this section of what is
claimed to be one of the greatest labor savers ever invented
It makes a Power Pumping Plant out of a windmill pump in a
few minutes. It requires no foundation or special supports. It will
be set going right on the show room floor. Besides pumping it runs
separator, chum, grindstone and any implement ordinarily run by hand.
It costs far less than even a poor windmill will "never blow
Over. A few cents a day runs it Don't fail to call next time you
are in town. You'll miss something good if you do. We'll give
you a catalog free.
work at Chalco, after several days
spent in this city with his family.
Lead and Slate Pencils, Weyrich &
Mrs. Robert Karnes left yesterday
for her home at Stanton after several
days' visit ith- friend and,elative8 in
this city. '
Note book covers and paper, Weyrich
Hugo Asemissen and James Bulin
left last evening for a trip of three or
four. days through Minnesota and other
Plattsmouth cigars, Weyrich &
E. B. Dewolf of Weeping Water was
in the city Thursday on his way to
Glenwood where he will work on the
Opinion at that place.
Pipes at all prices, Weyrich & Had
raba. Gus Pein has returned to his work at
Beemer, after several days spent in
the city visiting with hi3 family and
taking in the carnival.
Al Hanson, a former resident of this
city but now located at Edison, this
state, spent the night in the city, the
guest of Judge Beeson.
Matt Jirousek has resigned his posi
tion at Wescott's store to accept a
place with a Chicago- wholesale house.
It has not yet been determined who
will be his successor at Wescott's.
William Patterson of Murray made
tr e closet guess as to the time when
Wescott's clock stopped and carried
away the three green dollars in con
sequence. His guess was 3-19-55, while
the clock stopped at 3-55-52.
The lecture on Chrsitian Science at
the opera house Friday night will be
free, and the public is cordially invited.
A street fight with some of the
characteristics of a free-for-all was the
principal attraction Tuesday. The par
ticipants visited Judge Archer and
paid for their fun and barring a few
sore spots the peace and serenity of
the city again goes peacefully on.
Continued from 1st page.
The first game was one of the
seen here this season and was very
closely contested as the score would
indicate. Union came plugged up to
win and made a very creditable show
ing. The game with Manley went up
in the seventh inning with the score
3 to 1 in favor of Platts. when the
Manley bunch quit the game because
the umpire refused their baserunner
two bases on a passed ball. Under
ordinary rules the runner was entitled
to the two bases but the locals had a
special ground rule applying to that
point which had been carefully ex
plained before the game commenced.
The visitors therefore had no excuse
for quitting though under the circum
stances a great many thought the
has actually been
and cultivated by Uneeda
No longer are people
satisfied with crackers
taken from the grocer's
box or barrel exposed to
dust, moisture, handling.
They have learned that
the only crackers that are
crisp, tender, always fresh
and really good are those
protected by a moisture
proof package. These
are the kind they get
as if just from the oven
when they ask for
point might have been conceded them
by Plattsmouth, who had them skinned
to a frazzle. Another special feature
which met with instant approval was
the wrestling match which took place
on the platform at the corner of Sixth
and Main. The contest was between
H. B. Johnson of Omaha and A. G.
Nelson of Louisville. Both men were
clever at the game and as they were
quite evenly matched in weight and
science it was a very pretty contest.
The first bout lasted about 30 minutes
and was won by the Omaha wrestler.
At the. end of this round the Louisville
wrestler seemed to be quite groggy and
worried but fiat the call of time ad
vanced to his opponent and threw him
in five minutes on a toe hold. This oc
casioned much surprise and the young
man was cheered to the echo for his
cleverness. However, he fsiled to re
spond for the third fall and the match
went by default to the Omaha boy.
The balloon ascension was especially
good, the atronant passing across town
to the south and alighting on Winter
steen MM. The M. W. A. Hand fur
nished their usual brand of fine music
and with the slack wire, contortion,
trapeze and high dive by the di.g fur
nished a splendid day's amusement for
The automobile race which was ad
vertised as one of the features of the
day had to be abandoned as, the man
agement could get no one interested
enough to enter the race. The 100
yard free for all dash excited great
interest and was won by A. W.
Cheney of Union.
Ily virtue of an order of aale issued by James
Robertson, clerk of the district court, within and
fur t'asH county, Nobraska. and to me directed, 1
will on the 23th day of September, A. D. 19. at
10 o'clock A. M. of said day at the south door of
the court house in xaid county, sell at public auc
tion to tho highest biddor for cash the following
real estato to-wit: The Northwest IN. W. )
Uuartcrand the Northwest Fourth of the South
west (N. W. t of the 8. W. ' ) Quarter of Sec
tion Thirty C!0), in Township Twelve (121, North
Kantre Thirteen (13), in the county of Cass, Ne
braska. The same being levied upon and taken
as the proiwrty of Leonard C. W, Murray, Kp
becra A. Murray, Joseph M. Hubert, cashier, and
the l'luttsmouth State Hunk of I'lattsmouth. Nh
braska. Defendants, to satisfy n judgment of said
court recovered by Amelia II, Haldeman, I'lunitilt
agitinst said Defendants.
lMuttHmouth, Neb.. August 19. A. D. I'JtrO.
C. D. QlPINTUN,
30- Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
yoS8' In County Curt.
In the matter of the estate of Gustave Keune,
August 27th,l!09. I'pnn reading and filing the
duly veritled petition of Klixabrth Krone alleging
among other thing that (iustave Keune, an in
habitant of said county died, intestate, in sai.l
county on the 20th day of August, l:i!i. sciicd of
perxonul and real property situated in said coun
ty, nil of said rial and personal property being
exempt from levy and sale on 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 lie
had uMn said petition al the county court room,
i I'lutlcmouth. t'ass county. Nebrm kn on the '.'1th
day of September A . D , I'JUU, at 10 o'clock a. m.
and that notices thereof be given by publication
of this order for not lens than three aurrcHjive
weeks prior to such hearing, in the Nl:WH-lll'ttAI.I
a semi-weekly newspniier published and circula
ted in said county, and due proof of publication
be made and tiled in this ollice.
Uy the Court. M-0
AlXKN J. IlKRHUN.
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
Make Grape Jelly
We have just received a fine
lot of large rich grapes, which
will make fine clear jelly, and
which we are going to sell at
2c per pound.
We also have a good lot ot
crabapples which will sell at
70c per bushel.
and Stock Raisers!
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