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E. G. Bow & 5 n
I would not take $50.00 for my
if I could not get another.
I IV 1
the wasted en-
to fine carpets
to the world-renowned
BISSELL,. A trial of the
Bissell will make you regret J
iergv of years, the damage
and rugs in the use of the corn broom;
the damage to curtains, draperies, and
furniture through the clouds of dust
the corn broom stirs up; and last, but not
least, the injury to health in breath
ing a germ-laden dust that is all confined
within the case when you use the Bissell
Consider, too, the great economy of the
Bissell, as it will outlast fifty com brooms.
the state of Wliireton 1ms indicated :
tluit employment agencies are siil- i
ject to regulatory provisions, "ami." ;
he adds, "there is no doubt that the
ordinance suggested will be sustained ,
by the courts as a proper regulation
of their business. The ordinacne I
will give i rotection to those who need i
and deserve it most, without taking i
aw ay the profit of a business conducted j
on legitimate lines.
"Hundreds of individual cases have
been before me during the last six
months, and my observation has been
such that I know it is the daily prac
tice of many employment agencies
to act fraudulently and dishonestly
in their dealings with the laboring men
who go to them for employment."
The ordinance is based upon a fed
eral statute for the protection of seamen
which declares that if any person de
mads or receives directly or otherwise
enumeration from a seaman or any
other person seeking employment as u
seaman for providing him with em
ployment, he shall for every such of
fence be deemed guilty of misdea-nieaner.
II. P. Kepner of
the city Monday.
Lincoln was in
G. DOVEY & SON
Miles Standish and wife.
Murray were in the city today.
Hen Horning was noticed in town
today shaking hands with friends
Miss Edith Scheaffer was a pass
enger to Omaha Wednesday.
Gus Hatcher and family departed
Wednesday for Glen wood, la., for
a few days .isit with friends. j(
Mrs. Charles t'arroll of Union, and
her son Ernest and his wife, of Plain-
view, and Arch Montgomery
county seat visitors Wednesday
SPOKANE AFTER THE
Labor Agencies ol State ol Wash
Intgon to be Prosecuted.
SPOKANE, Wash., Dec. 7.-La-
bor agencies are prohibited from ex
acting or receiving fees of any kind as
'ii pensation for services rendered
lo laborers in the procurement of cm-
pployment by the terms of an ordi
nance submitted to the city council
of Spokane by Mayor Nelson S.
Pratt. They must look to employers
or persons placing orders for labor
for remuneration. The penalty pro
vided as punishment for violations
is fixed at not more than $200 or six
months in jail or both.
The enactment of the ordinance,
which has no opposition in the council
will give Spokane the distinction , of
being the first city in the United
States to legislate against dishonest
agents in this manner.thc purpose be
ing to break up their fraudulent prac
tices, against which the laborer has
no legal recourse.
Mayor Pralt says in his message to
the council that the supreme court of
Be Your Own Judge.
Sec our stsck of Xmas and
other seasonable merchandise be
fore buying elsewhere.
I know you will be convinced
thar I have the best selection of
dolls and china ware in the city.
In Stock Now
26 BARGAINS 26
1 Fine BnHi.int TilTany nr (n
Mourning at $OJ.VU
1 Fine Hnlliant Tiffany jt Art
Mounting Ht flU.VU
1 Fine Brilli.int Tiffany ri aa
Mounting at $01. UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany (n aa
Mounting at ....41.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany n
Mourting at JU.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiff iny nt tn
Mounting at V C't.Vv
3 Fine Brilliant Tiffany rn
Mounting at each. . faJ.DU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany nn aa
Mounting at . .UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany a a
Mounting at ?I.UU
2 Fine Brilliant Tiffany a aa
Mounting at each. .fcU.UU
3 Fine Brilliant Tiffany ir a a
Mounting at each. . S1D.VU
7 Fine Brilliant Tiffany io aa
Mounting at each. . .lfc.UU
2 Fine Brilliant Tiffany ia a a
Mounting at each.. Iv.UU
1 Fine Brilliant Tiffany r aa
Mounting at . ..
J. W. CRAB1LL
Watchmaker and Jeweler
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector.
We have Rubber Boots for all
Good Boots, that were made
by reputable niHkers.
The sort of Boots we can guar
antee to do all that can be ex
pected of them.
Low Cut Boots and Hip Boots.
The fisherman and the hunter
can find heie the sort of Boots
We have, also, a complete line
of Rubber Roots for women, for
boys and for girls.
We can fill and Rubber Boot
want that confronts anybody.
Fetzer's Shoe Store
I IMPORTANT NOTICE.
! All person knowing themselves
Indebted to us In any sum are re
j quested to call and nettle at once,
either by rash payment or by ne
W-M- Ascmlssea A KJInuer.
Alvln tYrriit. itrd'iiiliuil, will tiil.e n.itl.'i' Hiitl
on t.hi fourth (lit) uf AiikiikI. KNItl. .Via IVirl
iluiiitilT,nil Iht ptliiiuu hi Hid district niurl
uf l'sa coiinly. Ni'hntxka, kKuliiM ilic.ii. .li
mit, the tli in l ami iirHyurot ulilcli i Iiiiiki nun
ft ilnrrtw of UlvnriT from tltti IxiiiiU of niu'rl
nuiny. ami for tho nino.! of hi-r lilirn. m
wll: K.thi'l. Clair anil hiMiiixih. mi.l fur xioli
other relief an 'iill,v may rwntfre.
Von art' niiinnxl Mi ihihwiv nui.l i t ; 1 1 n nn
or before ihr 'Olh ifuy ol iHrrmlHT H"U,
lly her Attorney, M. Arrlier
Stale ol .Nebraska,
m I aunty Court
County of Cas.
In III mutter of be entaM; uf Zernh V. 'olii.
ileeeawnl : .
To all person fnteriwUxl
You am hereby nolifWMl t hilt there will
he a hearing iiimiii the IlitU report of llin ml
inlniNtraUir ol I lie alove iwlufo ami Ills etl
tion for II lllll neltlemeni In fere t Ills court In
the county rimrt room at I'luttHiiuii'tli in
Mtlil county, on tho 21 (h ikiy of lierniilMir,
IINHt. at II o elock a in.
That all olijistioiw if any, iiiiimi Im f'.loil
on or iH-fim' Nitiil iluy anil hour of ! rnnnr
WlfninK my hiiml awl thr uf miIiI
I'ourt thin 1st i Illy of I leeeiulxT. III.)'..
ISKAI..), AI I.KN .1 HKrXIN.
ti I'tiwiity Jiiclisii.
PLENTY Of TIME
Some peopla havo to much tim that
they never get anything done. They
are always "just going to." By the
way, now ii the time to subscribe for
this paper RIGHT NOW. D'ye heart
At the Big Store Of
BSSEN Ss -KLINGER
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.
tit . . .
$2 25 now
12 inch, 50c now
10 inch, 40c now
9 inch, 35c now
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
75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Former price from $1.00 to $4.50.
Carving Sets $6.50, now 549 $5-' now $3.49
Ever Ready Flash Lights
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 n.nd Iron Stock
Remember our stock of articles in Wood and Iron is the biggest in the
county and is be-in 2 sold at way down prices.
trrsn u iai
WANTED-Woman to do laundry
work. Good wages, apply at once ut
Ntalo of NtiltraMia,
SH. In (VuiiI.t Court.
In thn niuiur of Ihn of Juonb I".
Nolln- In lumhv alvru lltnt thi cnvlllor of
mtld linM(l will iik. i lK atiiiiiniilrii'r.K nf
Hald csiui', iM'Inrr mti.i NiuiXt Jmirn of
t (Mini y , Niirnaaa, at llio t'oMiity c urt room
In I'lul iKinmilh. in mild Cuiuily, on i lllh
dny of DcsTinUT. mm. aivi on Im l llli ilay
of Juiio. I li 10. at II eVIix'k a m., cii' h iluy for
iiir iurHxw or in imo Hicir c'liiiMfl r ot
anilnullon ,aIJiiNl,nii'nl anil MltoKBiiiT.
mix monlliN mi allowftl lor tin- i"iimr of
lcl iliM-aw to unovnt Miotr rlnln.H. hihI onn
war for lint adiiiliilKLiiiNir.lo mailr oil . ito.
nun tho llth iluy of I licinrM'r. I'll)'.).
VV Uiiixw inv hunil aiMl Hie iwal of nuI'I Coim
Court, Rl PlatlKiiioiilh. NnhraKlni. Mils 1 li.li
lay of Novcminvr. I'MHI. '
fll-H ARH J. IImwoii.
(MKAI..) Cotuiiy Jnr'Ko.
WANTED-Younp; 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 Bmall cash pay
ment; balance to be paid when you
secure a position. Trial leBson free.
Central Business Institute, Central
Building, Washington, D. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP-At Smith's barn,
I'lattsmouth, Neb., a new carriage,
Lady owning same has quit keeping a
horse. It must sell. sw-tf
A. L. TIDD
Bank of Eagle, Eagle.
Nehawka Bank, Nehawka.
Bank of Murdock, Murdork.
First Nat'l bunk, Greenwood.
State bank or Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth 1
All persons l-nowing themselves to
be indebted in nny amount to M.
Fanger are requested to call and settln
at once. All persons having lulls
against me ure requested to present
same and get their money.
As is well known I am closing out
my business and nm anxious to close
up ull outstanding accounts. In the
past I have never crowded any person
for payment, but now it is absolutely
necessary that ull bills tint! me be
paid promptly. All bills remaining
unpaid when my business has been
eloesd out will be placed in the hands
of a collection agency. That means
additional costs and I hope I shul
not be called upon to take this means
to collect what is due me.
CAN'T BE SEPARATED.
Some Plattsmouth People
Learned How to Get
Rid ol Both.
On sale every first am' th'ri
Tuesday in each month b every
part of the Southwest.
Hugh Nerton, Agent.
Do ynu want an
If you do, get one who lin
Experience, Ability, Judgement
Telegraph or Write
Or call at the N'cw Herald office and
we will save you trouble and expense
in getting dates and terms.
Good Service. Reasonable Rate.
Backache and kidney ache are twin
You can't separate them. ; -j-
And you can't get rid of the back-' 1
ache until you cure the kidney ache, j T
If the kidneys are well tmil .-tiling, i J
the rest of the system is pretty sure t t .J.
be in vigorous health. i J
Doiiii'n Kidney Pi!lt make Mrtuig, ! j
healthy kidneys. i
Mrs. i. ,1. (!i!-eii. S.inciiln Ave., j"
Piatt spoilt h. Xebr.. .si.vs: "We Imvt
TM'il DualiV Kiihi v Pill;, ill our fa'riK '.i
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