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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1909)
GOVERNOR MAY CALL
EXTRA SESSION LEGISLATURE
Failure of Last Session to Enact Laws reason
urged upon Executive.
WILLIAM J. BRYAN
URGES SUCH ACTION.
Initiative- and Referendum Laws Urged
which were Defeated last Winter.
LINCOLN, Dec. l.-W. J. Nryan
is urging upon the governor of the
etftto that to call sn extra session of
the legislature for the purpoHO of
passing laws which the lust legisla
ture either failed to consider, or after
considering failed to pass.
Charles V. Mrynn, brother of V. J.
lirynn, called upon the governor at
the latter'H request yesterday, and
lifter talking the matter over, they
decided to call upon Chairman liyrneB
of the state democratic committee
for u conference.
Those who are anxious for the gov
ernor to call the session arc pleading
only for a law to be passeed in the
interest of the initiative and referen
dum. They figure that a law of this
kind will settle the liquor question
and that the democratic party will
not he compelled to take it up.
AMONG OUR EXCHANGES.
Has Done Nothing But What Rules
of Congress Permit.
DOES NOT FAVOR
Thinks Sentiment in Her Favor
too Strong lor Defeat.
WASHINGTON, Dee. l.-Kcpre-tsentative
Norm from Nebraska is
changing his mind somewhat on some
things, but is still very bitter against
the speaker, though he accuses him
of doing nothing but what the rules
of the house permit him to do.
He thinks that an attempt at this
lime to sceire petitions asking the
speaker to get out of the way would
avail nothing, as he believes Mr. Can
non too popular with the members to
He says that while the rules allow
the speaker to do all that he has done,
he believes that the rules should be
changed rather than the speaker,
though he is heartily in favor of throw
ing him over the transom if it can be
done, for he is a mean, cruel, ungen
erous, narrow minded, and undigni
fied old thing, and he believes that
he ought to be put out of the game.
Gold Mine Shut Down.
(. ), Roman has returned from
Lead, S. I)., where he was working
in the Hoiuestake mine, which is the
largest gold plant in the world. The
mine is closed down at present on
account of a lock-out. He will spend
a few weeks visiting hi parents.
All persons knowing themselves
Indebted to us In any sum are re
quested to call and settle at once,
either by cash payment or by ne
(I.") -41- Asemlssen & Kllnger.
Miss Delia Applegatc was a visitor'
in Lincoln yesterlmy.
Attorney C. L. Graves was attend-
to some legal business in Council '
Blums Monday. j
Miss Carrie Hanning made a visit
with friends in Nebraska City Tuesday
W. I?. Banning was a Friday evening
visitor to Plattsmouth, having some
business to transact at the court
Miss Klsie Taylor was a visitor in
Omnha Monday evening.
Miss Hattie Taylor was home from
Lincoln to spend Thanksgiving.
L. J. Hall spent the day yesterday
with his sister, Miss Isadore,at Xc-hawka.
Duke I'rans was a busuness visitor
in Lincoln last Friday, going on the
Miss Rebecca Haines was a passen
ger to Plattsmouth on the Wednesday
Herman Applcgate and Oscar Davis
were Friday forenoon passengers to Ne
Miss Margaret Applegatc w ent down
to Wyoming Tuesday for a short visit
with 1). C. West and wife.
Mrs. Isaac Pollard returned to her
home at Nehawka last Saturday even
ing after having made a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Hattie Bamuni.
Mrs. Fred Clugey of Plattsmouth
made a visit with Union relatives and
friends last Saturday, returning to
her home on the afternoon train.
Mrs. 0. A. Pearsley and Mrs. Kd.
Midkiff, representing the Union lodge,
and Mrs. Frank Rhoden of the Murray
lodge, participated in a meeting of the
Royal Neighbors of Plattsmouth, and
they report a very fine meeting and
and royal entertainment dy the PlatU-Neifhbors.
QUITTING BUSINESS. j
M. Fanger has been notified by !
the chief of police to tare vown the
canvas advertising sign extending
acrtbs the walk In front of his
place of business. Mr. Fanger
vJl.es to announce that even If
the sign does come down he Is still :
continuing his closing out sale.)
On arrnnnt nf the almost Imnic. I
sable condition of the roads the 1
people from outside points have
been unable to take advantage of
the big sale as much as they would
like and therefore the sale prom
ises to be long drawn out. owing
also to the fact that the stock Is
so large. From now on there Is
going to be something doing of an
extraordinary nature at the de
partment store. AH Wooltex suits
and cloaks must go and another
cut of a third off has taken place.
This is the chance the ladles
should avail themselves of, for
they may never again be given
such an opportunity to secure
high grade goods for so little cash.
44- 03- M. FANGER.
Fine candy, Weyrieh & Hadraba.
Frank McElroy, the tailor, was a
business visitor to Omaha Kednesday.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will be received by the
county clerk at his office in the court
house at Plattsmouth, Neb., up to 3
o'clock p. m. Monday, December 6,
1909, for the construction of wood and
steel bridges for Cass county, Nebras
ka, for the year 1910.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified cheek for 8500.
Plans and specifications now on file
at the office of the county clerk, at
Plattsn o lth, Neb.
Bids will be opened December 7,
County commissioners reserve the
right to reject any and all bills.
W. E. Rosenerans,
Plattsmouth, Xeb., November 8,
Prescriptions, Weyrieh & Hadraba.
Burllnoton Time Tabic.
f 'lilratto Fast Train.
T.O!'al to 'liir-nno. . .
Uii-Al to Paclllp Jet
sum to I'licillc Jet . .
Cliicut-'o fiist (ruin . .
l-ocul from Omaha .
ArrWos from lnilsvlllo.3
Stub from Omaha 4
Iiral from Cellar Crook
ttnil Loulsvilln 7
Fast (ruin for Lincoln. . .8
l.ociil to Omaha I
V It "1
At the Bio: Store Of
Is attracting the attention of the entire county and the farmers are travel
ing through the mud to get to it.
Here are a few prices to show you how we are selling carpenter tools.
12 inch, 50c now
10 inch, 40c now
$2 25 now
.$1.49 9incaht.3a:n.ow. 20c
a great many other tools such as Augers, Chisels, Files, Squares and Ham
mers, also garden Rakes, Hoes, Shovels, Spades and Scoops.
A Few Xmas Suggestions
.k.1 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Former price from $1.00 to $4.50.
Carving Sets $6.50, now jjjjj 49 $5.00, now 3 49 $2at' n0W $1.99
Ever Ready Flash Lights $1 flft
at only. . ,)1,uu
A big line of Pocket Knives, Razors and Shears at extra low prices. Table
Cuttery, also Food Choppers and many useful articles at prices that will
Wood and Iron Stock
Remember our stock of articles in Wood and Iron is the biggest in the
county and is being sold at way down prices.
ASEMISSEN & KLINGER
D. P. JACKSON
A hig line f Sewing Machi-es. Style and durability
of 11 Singer at half the pric. Come and see them.
Bard mi Soil Coal Heaters. Big Bargains!
COMPARE COMPARE COMPARE
. Qualify Prices
Now we have on disnluy the largest line of toys and
Holiday Merchandise ever placed under one roof in
It's here for your inspection.
It'B here for your companion.
It's here for less money than the fame article can
be purchased in any other retnil establithmert.
Xmas tree Candles, per box of 3G 10c
Xmas tree Candle Holders, per doz 5c
Xmas tree Ornaments, each 1 c to 1 0c
Decorating SilverlTinsels, per doz. yds 1 5c
Now it is impossible for us to r.ame the numerous
different articles and prices here, but we a3sure you,
you will find it worth your while to come and see the
display and should you make any j urchase you will be
more than satisfied.
The Variety Store
riattsrnouth, Neb., 3rd Door Last of liank of Cass County.
That is what our groceries
Our Store is filled with
not bargain counter stuff,
and you 'would do well if
you would give us atrial.
If you want some special
delic-Licy. call us v,p by
phone we Lave a full line
Soennichsen's I: I
A COUGH IS LIKE A MULE
You've got to com it to get it to go. We hive a cold cure thai will
ilart the most stubborn cough going and quickly make it disappear entirely.
We have witnessed its effectiveness in hundreds of cue and guatanlee that
it will stop youi cough.
CHERRY JUIC2 COUGH SYRUP
IiiJflig(iiluleoiiSrur(..r.- :'-ly di.Trfrnt (torn Aot(, naumabna cough tnnJ!t. Its
dJihriul flmic nukes ilvciv tv.lnl.! . and chil Jnn npxiallr uke il teadily. Itrdicvai couihi
immnlutrlv and entn tore lltr.-.i.t and hotiieness. li il daetn'l stop ymir couth bring in Iwrl
the cmpiy bottle and we'll .ctMrn yo.ii money. Tbrea populai suet, 25c., 60c. and $ 1.0O.
- F. G. Fricke & Oo.
EXrERT PILL MIXERS.
Old Papors For Salo at This Offico
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