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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1909)
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Fall Opening X
and see my
line of HATS.
Prices $2.50 tD
Do Not Ex
Miss Myers. X
(Ircatiat range in the world. The
Majestic demonstrated at John Bauer's
J. W. Newell, the auditor for the
Hurlington.was called to Chicago today
on company business.
Mise Cora Riggle, deputy postmis
tress of Cedar Creek, wan a county
.seat visitor SaturJay.
G. P. Mciaingor, jr., of Eight Mile
Grove, was shaking hands with I'latts
.mouth friends Saturday.
.Miss Gliidy.i Marshall left last week
for Chicago, where she will make un
extended visit with friends.
Iiyron Clark and Tom Walling are
installing a hot water heating plant in
their business block on lower Main
present to attend the funeral services
of their father.
Brad White who recently removed to
Omaha was in the city Saturday re
newing old acquaintances.
Mrs. E. E. Goodwin has returned to
her home in thin city after a visit at
Ralnton with the family of Thayer
Julius I'itz was marketing grapes
Saturday from his fine vineyard south
of town. He reports an excellent yield
Uuke Duller and wife of Omaha
tipent Sunday in the city the guest of
the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.
Mrs. Tuckerinan, wife of the singer
Tcvivalist, left Friday for Montana in
response to a telegram announcing the
serious illness of her mother.
Silas Long and family have returned
from a seven weeks' trip touring Colo
rado. They report a most pleasant
SALESMAN Wanted covering state
of Neoraska, to carry the strongest,
most complete Souvenir Post Card
line, as side line. Holiday cards sell
rapidly now. Chance to make big
money. Address Gartner & Bender,
Dept. S. Chicago.
E. I. Hanna, plant chief of the Ne
braska Telephone Co., with head
quarters at Omaha, was a business vis
itor in the city the latter part of the
week. He states that an effort is soon
to be made to greatly increase the
company's business at this point.
You Will Make No Mistake If
You Follow This Plattsmouth
Never neglect your kidneys.
If you have pain m your back, uri
nary disorders, dizziness and nervous
ness, it's time to act and no time to
experiment. These are all symptoms
of kidney trouble, and you should seek
a remedy which is known to cure the
Doan's Kiddey Pill is the remedy to
use. No need t) experiment. It has
cured many stubborn cases in Platts
mouth. Follow the advice of a Plattsmouth
citizen and be cured yourself.
Frank S. Brinkman, Eleventh Street,
Plattsmouth, Neb., says: "I can vouch
for Doan's Kidney Pills, knowing them
to be a good kidney remedy. My back
at times became so lame that the
simplest movement was painful and I
had frequent headaches and dizzy spells
that caused me no end of annoyance.
Mornings on getting up, I could hardly
drag myself about and in spite of the
many remedies I used, I found no re
lief. Finally I began taking Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Gering &
Co. 's drug store. They made a prompt
and permanent cure."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mi'.burn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agent3 for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 46-4
Hon. and Mrs. C. E. Noyes and some
friends made up an automobile party
and visited in this city Friday. In con
versation with the News-Herald Mr.
Noyes stated that republican prospects
looked bright in his section of the
county, and that he is anticipating a
rousing republican victory this fall.
Notice of D ssolution.
PUtUmouth. Neb . Sept. 22. 1909.
Notice ia hereby given that the co-partnership
of E. G. Dovey & Sun. heretofore composed of the
igneni hereof, in by mutual consent this day dis
solved. Oliver C. Dovey retiring therefrom. The
business of said partnership will be conducted
hereafter under the name of E. G. Dovey & Son
by George E. Dovey and Horatio N tovey. who
axsume all debts and liabilities of the former
tirm and will pay the same
Horatio N. Dovey.
47-8 Gkorck K. Dovey.
Oliver C. Dovey O
Notice To Creditor.
State of Nebraska. I c(! , .
Cass County. $SS- In County Court
In the matter of the estate of Hannah C. Black,
Notice is hereby given that the creditors of said
deceased will meet the Administrator of said es
tate, before me. County Judge of Cos County.
Nebraska, at the County Court room in l'latu
mnuth.in said Countv. on the Uth day of October,
1WIH. and on the 12th day of April. 1910. at 9
o clock A. M.. each day, for the purposn of pre
senting their claims for examination, adjustment
Six months are allowed for the creditors oC said
deceased to present their claims and one year for
the Administrator to settle said estate, from the
11th day of October. 1909.
Witness my hand and seal of said County Court,
at I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, this 9th duy of Sep
Allen J. Beehon.
43-8 Seal. County Judge
We have just received and have on display in our east
window a handsome line of art pictures in oval steel
frames. These goods are just as handsome as they can be
and you will want one as soon as you see them. The prices
range from 10c up to 50c astonishingly low values. An
inspection is solicited.
Sam Hsckenberk and son Lonnie
were in the city Saturday from their
fine farm at Cedar Creek. While here
they purchased a wagon from one of
the local dealers, explaining that an ex
ceptionally fine corn crop made this ac
New Members Initiated.
The weekly meeting ot the young
ladies choir of the Methodist church
was held Thursday evening at the resi
dence of J. C. York on North Tenth
street. The meeting was in the nature
of a reorganization for the winter cam
paign, five new members being taken
in, and a most delightful evening was
spent. A bonfire in the yard was a
feature of the occasion.
George Maun was host at a party
given Thursday evening in his house
jboat on the Missouri river. A splendid
entertainment it reported by those
Mrs. Don Yurk j3 substituting in the
High school tins week for Miss Clee
Applegate who is absent owing to the
death of her father.the late Lee Apple
gate of Union.
Adam Stoehr, the prosperous farmer
residing near Oreapohs was in the city
.Saturday, driving anew span of mules
which he recently purchased for use on
his farm, the pric; being M50.
At a meeting Friday in this city of
the executive committee of the Cass
county Sundjy school association, it
was decided UImjIJ the annual conven
tion in Ebr.wood dn October 2G and 27,
C. H. Hocdeker of Murray left the
first of the week for La3 Vegas, New
Mexico, where he will purchase some
more land. Mr. Hoedeker is already
the owner of a half section of fine land
in that vicinity and that he is buying
more indicates that his faith in the fu
ture of that country is very stong.
Ray Pollard and wife of Nchawka
were in the city a short time yesterday
in their automobile, coming over to
meet their brother, E. M., who had
got stranded in Omaha and took this
means of getting home without wait
ing for the midnight train, coming
down on the Burlington No. 2. E. M's.
little son, Ernest, Jr. also accompanied
Adam FmnolT and son, Fritz were in
the city Saturday from their farm near
Cullum, looking after business matters,
Mr. t orn on states that the corn crop
in his immediate vicinity is very poor,
State of Nebraska I , .
County of Cass l"8 In County Court
In the matter of the estate of Peter Ruuen, dt
ccased. To all persons interested.
You are hci .L,y notified that there has been
filed in this court the petition of E. D. Cummins.
J. B. Martin. C. L Murtin aud Wjllinm Wehrbein;
alleging therein among other things that said
Peter Kauen departed this life, intestate, on the
ZInddavof March. 190S. at which time he was a
resident and inhabitant of said countr. leaving
both real and personal estate. The prater of said
petition is that estate be administered and that
J. P. falter be appointed administrate of said
You are further notified that a hearing will be
had upon said petition before this court on the IB
day of October. V'D. at 9 o clock a. m. an. that all
objections, if any, must be filed on or before said
dav and hour of hearing
Witness my hand and the seal of said court
this SS day of September, 1909
Seal Ai.i.kn J. Rekmin,
47-6 County Judge.
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I Grocery Satisfaction
The Suprise Club.
About fifteen members of the Sur
prise club called upon Mrs, Anna Hritt
Thursday at about the noon hour, the
occasion being the anniversary of that
lady's birth. Each visitor was supplied
with a basket generously laden with
toothsome viands, and the occasion
proved to be one which will be long re
membered by the participants as a
most happy one.
Fall Festivities Kansas City, Mo,,
Oct. 4th, $3.G0. One fare for the
round trip via Missouri Pacific railway.
Tickets on sale Oct. 4th to 8th inclus
ive. Return limit Oct. 11th. II. G
Norton, Agent. 47-4
BAILEY & MAGH
UttSt oisCf mj-Of ID-Orntl t r
tWtrrli". Hri- ii'ilutM-il lenial Of
fice li ID Middle West.
?tCl DISCOUNT O TO CITV VlSJITOS.
Id Floor in ton Ink . Itk ft s srnstn, OMAHA, MM.
Bank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nehawka Hank, Nehawka.
Hank of Murdock, Murdock.
First Nat'l bank, Greenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth. t
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Some Fine Corn.
S. L. Cotner and wife and children,
accompanied by Mrs. Cotner's sister,
visited yesterday with their brother-in
law, George Lloyd, residing about four
miles southwest of Murray. Mr. Lloyd
has 120 acres of tome of the finest corn
that was ever raised in Cass county, it
being estimated that it will yield from
r0 to 5j bushels to the acre. Mr. Lloyd
sent to Illinois for the seed, and th?
ears will average, over ten inches in
length, while the cob is small and the
grains long and deep. This is the best
field of corn we have heard of this year
and Mr. Lloyd is certainly to be congratulated.
Uev. 1 A. Chapman of Elmwood
was in the city the latter part of the
week attending a committee meeting
of church and Sunday School workers
Mrs. Mary J. Morgan, aged 07 years,
died Saturday evening at the Nebraska
Masonic Hon e in this city. The body
was tak en to Palmyra yesterday for
burial, the former home of the deceas
ed. Mrs. J. H. Thrasher left Friday for
Persia, Iowa, where &he will visit for a
time with a sii.iter and attend the wed
ding of her nephew, Robert Davis. She
expects to he alu.ent two or three
Notice the ad of C. W. Uaylor, the
coal man, in this issue. Mr. Raylor
expects to conduct a vigorour advertis
ing campaign this fall and winter and
it will pay to keep tab on his announcements.
S. L. Thoni.H has a force of men at
work remodeling the barn on bis old
liome place out toward Oreapolis. That
bustling young farmer, Adolph Hrown
has rented these pi emises for a term
of five yecrs.
Nick Halmes was in Saturday
his farm west of the city.
Acorn cigars 5 cents each. Smoke an
'Acorn" and be happy.
He that telleth tlipe that thou art
always wrong may be deceived; but
he that saith that thou art always
rlpht Is surely a liar. Jainshyd
U will pay you to carefully read
every advertisement appearing in these
columns. Plattsmouth merchants are
offering bargains in all lines as you will
very soon tli ioovcr by comparing prices
quoted with the goods themselves.
W. A. Taylor pf Union conducts the
funeral serviced of Lee Applegate this
afternoon in bin late residence three
miles west of Union. Three of hiu sons
Icing on the Pacific coast could not be
Goes to Hospital.
William Fgenberger, son of the late
J. V. Fgenberger and since his death in
I O.I 1 1 J I
cnarge oi me coai ana iceci business
t.till conducted under his name, was
taken very ill Saturday, and upon ex
amination Dr. T. P. Ligingston pro
nounml the trouble appendicitis, and
ordered the patient removed to the
Chirkson hospital for an operation,
where he was taken this morning. His
many friends are filled with apprehen
sion, but trust that the promptness
with which the case has been handled
will result in a speedy and permanent
Mrs. Dan Rice, residing on Winter-
steen bill, Saturday started to drive
down below the city to visit with her
daughter, Mrs, John Gouchcnour, ac
companied by her little son. After
getting a short distance below town
her horse took freight at something,
and becoming unmanageable, ran away.
The buggy was overturned and Mfs.
Rice and the boy thrown violently to
the ground. Fears were entertained
for awhile that Mrs. Rice was seriously
injured, but her friends will be glad to
learn that she now feels that she will
be all right in a day or so.
Not the least remarkable thins In
tills world In which we grope and
have our being Is the amazing differ
elit es that can ovist in the children of
the same parents.
"lnfiratlttulo," said Uncle Khen, "Is
a word inns' frequently used by folk
dat has had mo' dan dclr share of
favors an' had delr expectations on
Do you want an
In the highest sense is found
at our store. Our aim has been
to have the best grocery store
in town and to give our custo
mers the best that the market
affords. Besides having good
goods we have plenty of them,
giving our customers the ad
vantage of having a large and
extensive line to choose from.
We have the little things that
go to make up delicious little
luncheons. Just try us on that
next grocery order and see
what a fine line we have.
If you do, get one who has'
Experience, Ability, Judgement
Telegraph or Write
Or call at the News-Herald office and
we will save you trouble and expense
in getting dates and terms.
Good Service. Reasonable Rate
An Olden Jest.
"Notice the footnote at the bottom
Of the page," laughed the court fool,
ns the royal attendant's shoes emitted
a squeak. .lack O'Lnntcrn.
The editor of the News-Herald
would like to rent a small house. Must
be in good shape, and not too far out.
Call at the office or phono 83. No chil
dren and only three in family. What
have you got.
Obey God's Call.
Nothing is really lost by a life of
sacrifice; everything is lost by a fail
ure to obey (Sod's call. H. P. I.lddon.
Ituskin: Great art is nothing else
than the type of strons and noble 'life.
Czar the Largest Landowner.
The czar of Russia, with 90,000,000,
acres is the biggest landowner In tb
"Seeing Is Believing."
Herodotus: We are less convinced
by what we hear than by what wt
Arc Best Reached by the
Not Long to Be Cast Down.
A brave man's spirit Its vigor soon
We can reduce our wants to
havluss. Dinah Maria Muloch.
Reduced rates via. Missouri
Tacificto Chicago, St Louis.Kan
sas City and St Joe. Dates of
sale August 2th to Sept. Sth
and September 11th to 19th. See
agent for rates, limits, and etc.
Hugh Norton, Agent.
25 Cents. 10 Cents.
For the purpose of increasing the circulation of the News
Herald and also of reaching every home in Cas;s county,
preparatory to making- a better paper, we make the following
offer to new subscribers.
The News-Herald from now till after Election 1 0c
The News-Herald from now till January 1, 1910 25c
Any New Subscriber paying for one year in advance at the
regular subscription price of $1.50 can have the News-Herald
sent free till January, 1910.
This barely pays for the paper it is printed on and no re
publican in Cass rounty can afTord to be without his party paper
at this price. In fact a democrat will gain n whole lot of useful
knowledge he would not otherwise obtain by taking advantage
of this olTer.
We have a few of those nice Clocks left which we will give
to any new subscriber who pays one year's subscription in ad
vance and 50 cents extra, as long as they last.
In addition to every year's subscription in advance we will
give one of those "Don't Break Your Back" Dust Pans, a few
of which we have left.
Then we have a lot of Silver Spoons which are warranted
to be just as good as silver anyway, and will give half a dozen
of these as long as they last to any subscriber who pays a year
in advance with 15 cents extra.
Then there are a few dozen scissors left which we want to
get out of the way and will give a pair of these to any subscri
ber who pays one year in advance and 10 cents extra.
This offer does not any where near cover the cost of this
stuff at the wholesale price, but they are here in the office and
we want to get them out of the way, and we propose to give
new subscribers the benefit.
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