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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1910)
It's Elegance, Antiseptic and
Emollient Properties Stamp it
as the Hand Lotion WITHOUT
THE RED CROSS
Our Pre Inventory Sale means a 20 per cent deduction
until January loth throughout our store, without u reserve
not a limit placed on any article.
Our lluminaRi! Sale means that all odds, all merchandise
(slightly soiled from handling or faded from being exposed to
the sun in windows, it means all remnants, it means all dis
continues, it means our bargain counter is filled with bar
gains of the deepest vater,bed rock Bargains. It means such
low prices that will turn them into Money. If you fail to
take advantage of these bargains you are the loser. Come
and rummage through, get our rummage prices and you will
never fail to attind our future rummage sales.
Plattsmouth, Neb., 3rd Door
Our Coal is the best cool weather comfort
that you will be able to find in town. These
chilly fall winds will soon turn into winter
and you will need the comfort that our coal
will give you. Better order early to avoid
disappointments when an extra
chilly day comes.
J. V. Egenberger
new line of Sewing Machines, Style and durability of
the Singer. COME AND SEE THEM.
Hard and Scft Coal Heaters. Rugs and Rockers.
Do you want an
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
Notice In herehv irlventhat the annual' merlins-uf
the Stockholder of thn HurlliitMon A
Missouri Ulver K It ('omimiiy In Nebraska,
will be held In I'lttttHinouth, Nob., lit 10 A M .
'ihemw't'lnK will he h-ld for tlie election of
hlnu Directors for tho company to Herre Uiirlnx
tlie .nsiirltm year, unit for tlie transaction of
men other business may leimlly come be
W. 1. Durkee,
Last of Bank of Ca.-u County.
I John Durman
lias taken charge of the Wil
liam Puis Blacksmith Shop
4 1-2 miles west of Murray.
All kinds of Fine Horseshoe
ing and all kinds of Black
smithing. Satisfaction guar- t
Call on Him.
And be Happy
THE COUTY BOARD
REGULAR MEETING HELD AND USUAL AMOUNT Or
ROUTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
riattsnidutli, Nrlt., Jan. .'!, l'.UO. !
Board of county commissioners met
iii regular stssion with all members
'present. Miiuilis of previous incel
i ing read and approval, whereupon the
j following latinos was transacted in
1 K. Schlatcr asked the Board to
approve his appointment of Miss Mia
tiering as clerk in the treasurer's of
fice, at a salary of $'.100.00 per year.
The Board approved the appointment
after cutting the salary to S.sOO.00.
James Robertson, clerk of the dis
trict court, made application for the
sum of sMIO.OO per annum, a salary
for Miss Jessie Robertson as deputy
clerk of the district court, and the
Board r f ti.nl to allow the amount,
and fixed the sa!; ry at $700.00 pro
vided the fc.s amounted to the same.
Allen J. Beeson asked the Board to
approve of his appointment of Miss
Ciertriulo Beeson as clerk to the county
judge, at a salary of .? 1000.00 per an
num. Board approved the appoint
ment after cutting the salary to SliO.l O j
per month, or S720.0O per annum, pro
vided the fees pay the same.
A. J. Snyder asked the Board to ap
prove of his appointment of Miss Flor
ence White as deputy county register
of deeds for four years, commencing
Jan. 1st. 1910, at a salary of $1000.00
per annum. Board approved the ap
pointment after fixing the salary at
$7'.'().(I0 per annum.
C. 1). Quinton filed his jeport show
ing the amount of fees for the 4th
quarter of 1000, also h;s report show
ing amount of fees earned for the year
IDO'.I. Board approved the report.
Board approved the appointment of
V. K. Fox as deputy county treasurer.
Board approved the appointment of
M. . Manspeaker as deputy county
James Robertson, clerk of the dis
trict court, filed his report and the
same was approved showing the
amount of fees collected for the 4th.
(iiarter of 1 !)()'.), as well as his report
showing the amount of fees.
Bond of Xeb. Construction Co., for
bridge work approved.
Bond of M. K. Manspeaker, for
deputy county sheriff approved.
Bond of V.. F. Marshall, city asses
sor for Weeping Water approved.
Bond of 1 L". RulTuer, assessor for
Piattsinouth City approved.
Bond of V. B. Uishrl, justice of the
peace for the city of Piattsinouth ap
proved. Bond of John C. Murphy, assessor
for Center pr cinct approved.
Bond of Rubi n Foster, justice of
the peace l.il.eity precinct i.pproved.
Bond of David McCaig, justice of
the peace Stove Creek p.tcciiict ap
proved. Bonds of IM. Betts, assessor of Tip
ton precinct approved.
Bonds of X. (lishwiller, justice of
the pence Tipton precinct approved.
Bond of V. K. Fox, deputy county
Bond of O. W. Fischer, road over
seer Stove Creek approved.
Bond of U. I). McXurlin, constable
of Weeping Water City approved.
Bond of C. F. Rathbun, constable
of Louisville approved.
Bond of Win. Xorris, constable of
Tipton precinct approved.
Bond of City Xat'l Bank of Weep
ing Water county funds approved.
Bond of Bank of Avoca county funds
Bund of The American Exchange
Bank of Klmwood approved.
Bond of Pliittsmouth State Bank of
Bond of A. J. Snyder, county regis
ter of deeds approved.
Bond of J. M. Hoover, road over
seer district Xo. 3 approved.
Claims allowed on the General
Mrs Dora Fleischnian, care of
blind man 3 months $ IS 00
W. II. Miller, labor at jail. . . 1 S5
Byron (lolding, poll tax re
funded, refused 3 00
L. K. Upton, mdse to poor. . . 10 20
Stander it Stander, casket for
Mike McMann 40 00
John Lhones, Henry likewise
and Will. K.tufinan, dig
' g'u;s grave and expense
Mu-McCann 10 CO
J:'.ni(. R iliertsoti, transcript
S'.r.te vs. C. J. Baker. ... 4 00
D. Brcn'tl, insane case Ford
Ivs r S 00
Win. A. R. bertson, do 3 00
Janus Robertson, do 7 l.'i
C. 1). (Clinton, do 23 ll
James Robertson, insane case
D. (uinton, do 3 55
M. Fanger, mdse , 5 11)
II. A. Schneider, fees and
labor 302 00
John Krocger, tax paid under
protest, double assessed. . 1 4.)
Tom S. Svoboda, salary ami
laundry 02 H)
James Robertson, State vs.
Smith and Wilson 2 55
C, 1). (uinton, do S5
Joseph Riley, do 7 00
A. L. Tidd, do 35 00
Janus Robertson, costs State
vs C. J. Baker
J. S. Munsell, Notary
C. 1). (jiiinUui, same,
She) iff of Pri rce Comity, same,
K. J. Lunger, can ,
C. D. (Juiiiton, witness, same,
( !ert rude Beeson, same
M. Archer, same,
Klopp & Bartlett, supplies,..
Oeo. R. Sayles, Agent, house
rent to paupers,
C. W. Baylor, Coal to pauper
Swart z Mercantile Co. mdse.
J. llatt it Son, mdse. to poor,
M. Dalby, Coal,
Nkb. Telephone Co. rent and
F.. Die lil, M. D. cotiMiltation
to see Fee Bechtl, refused
C. II. Longacre, c.-re of L. (!.
P. 'htl, refi.sed 5 00
C. L. Martin, I ivcry,
Neb. Inst, for Feilile Minded
Mary K. Foster, sala
J. II. Tains, sala
(ieo. V. Yoss Co. coal to Mrs.
L. I). Switzer, sala. and exp. .
Win. Barclay, lunch and meals
S. F. (Jirardel, mdse. to Me
diums 10 00
II. M. Soenniehsen, mdse to
Co. farm and paupers.... 01 2")
O. II. Tower, return of Poll
tax and overage, 3 00
M. L. Friediieh, sala and exp. 15 20
C. H. Jordan, same 14 00
C. B. N.gelmann, M. 1). 4th
('ia! ter, salary, 10 00
Plattsincuth Phone Co. tolls
F. V.. Schlatcr, postage,
W. C. Ramsey, sala. and exp..
C 1). (uinton, Boarding City
C. D. (vuinton, salary and
boarding (Jo. prisoners. .
C. D. (Juinton, Jail expense,..
The Xews-IIerald, printing.. .
K. Manspeaker, arrest of Bud
Bell, Kxpense for one iron
bed. and one load of cobbs
K. . Hilton, salary,
C. II. Smith, Postal supplies,
J. M. Hoover, road work dist.
(ico. W. Voss, Lumber Dist.
M. Sulser, Road word dint. 1.
J. II. Heneger. same, 0
Hans Kt inp.same 1
W. W. Coalman, same, Hi..
A. F. Strum, Lumber for dist.
12 15 35
Win. Hassler, sharpen plow
for dist. 1
C. F. Vallery, Road work dist.
Frank Rouse, same 5
F. F, Schlatcr, poll tax receipt
F. H. Schlatcr, same, 17, 21 00
Geo. A. B. Hicks, road work,
dist. 2 2 50
Clarence Meisinger, same, 2. . 1 50
Win. Keil, same, 2, 1 50
Henrv Keil. same 2 3 00
Board adjourned to meet Jan. 5th,
W. V.. Rasencrans, Co., Clerk
Plattsmouth, Xeb., Jan. 5, 1010
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, M. M. Friedrich, C.
R. Jordan and L. 1). Switzer, county
commissioners; W. K. Rosencrans,
county cleiL. Minutes oj previous
session read and approved, when the
following busiiuss was transacted in
W. K. Rosencrans, county clerk,
filed his report showing amount of
fees earned and collected during the
4th quarter of 1000, also his yearly re
port showing amount of fees earned
and collected for the year 1000, same
were approved by the hoard.
The following claims were allowed
on the general fund:
Mary K. Foster, exp $ 2 S3
r'.w. lw..,ulir llvi.rir 1
(.HO. nilttSiy, ll(TJ 1
Jas. Hohertson, sal. 4th quar
ter ami exp 2157 00
V. M. Hosencrans, sal. & exp. Hit) 15
J. M. Leydii, lypewriter rib
bons 1 00
Kroehler Mros., bal. account,
error in former bill 10 0(5
Allen J. lieeson, State vs. Louis
Robertson 5 70
Allen J. Heeson, State vs.
Leona Ktlnerton 2.S 23
Allen J. Heeson, State vs. H.
Heiiilrickson 5 55
Allen J. Heeson, State vs.
Chas. II. N'eliRh 35 75
Allen J. Heeson, State vs. Frctl
0. Xeill 12 21
Allen J. Heeson, State vs. Les
ter Mason et al 17 05
Allen J. Heeson, State vs.
riorcticcC. Myers 13 20
Win. SchmuHman, nuLse to
farm uiitl jail 22 W)
J. V. Crabillf rcjiair to trcas-
urcr's safe, Hoik ami
typewriter ID 50
Michael Ililil, iml.se to farm. . 7 00
Hoanl adjouriieil to meet Jan. Cl!i.
'. K. Ros.'iierars,
Count v Clerk.
Plattsmouth, Nebr., jan. l, WOO
Board n.t t pursuant to adjournment
Present, M. I.. Friediieh, C. R.
Jordan, and J.. I). Switzer, Co.
commissioners, I). C. Morgan Co.
Clerk. Minutes of previous
meeting read and approved, when
when the following business was
transacted in regular form:
County Board proceeded to
organize as follows: C. 11.
Jordan Chairman, L. I. Svilcr
Yiee-Chainnaii, M. L. Friedriek Jr.
Report of fees collected by Re
gister of Deeds 4th, quarter, 1000,
also yearly report of 1000, Approved.
Bonds of F. K. Schlatcr Co. Treasurer
Cass Co. Approved.
Bond of M. Archer, Justice of the
peace, Plattsmouth City, approved.
The following claims were allowed
on the Central Fund:
A. (). V. W. hall rent for hall
for elect ion S .'1.00
John C. York, barber work on
poor farm 3 S5
John Bauer, supplies to farm. 2 00
Plaits. Water company, water
to court house and jail 51 15
Board adjourned to meet Jan.
I). C. Morgan, Clerk
IllCII A. MYKKS,
Attonu n-'it-l "u
NOTICE OF SALE IJNUSn CHATTEL
Not Is heri'liy ulvi'ti Hint liy vlrhie of
n cluiilcl mm Ik'hko, iluti'd tlio till ilny of
I'Vlinnirv. HMis. mi'l duly Will In the olllco nr
(ho t'niiiily Clerli of Cuss Counly, Ni'liruskn.
Hie J.rilli iliiv of I'rlinuiry. I son, anil cxis-nlisl
liy liilc I'tnw . Clmrli'S I.. While unit I'hul
A. while. iiiirltHTH. lo h. S. I). NooNiitn.
to mriin1 tlii' imyiiiriil of Hie sum of Two
Thousand Four lliinilnsl mid Seven! y- ne
mill 7O-10O Dollurs ($2. 171. 70). unci upon
whleli llirre Is now due tlie sum of Two
Thoiismiil Three lliindnsl mid Ninety Dollurs
IH. defmilt IiuvIiik Ihh'U iniidii in the
iu incnl of suiii hi 1 1 n . mid no suit or other
pri'ieeedlnK lit law ImviuK lcen Ins! hilled to
ns-over Mild delii, or any pur! thereof:
TIIKHKHIKK, I Will sell the property
tlien'iu ilesi'rllH'd. to-wil: stoek of liiii'ilwure.
fiirnitiin tinwiire. stoves. Nhelf kikmIs,
evervthlnu enrrled in stork in tlie ston known
lis llurr Hiiildlntf, in the vllhiKe or t.reen
wimhI. CasN Counly, Neliruskii.; ulso nil Im
plements twine, fenelnif. store llxtures in
snlil huildliiK. unit in Imscnicnt ; nlsn nil notes
anil hook nei'oiuils tiikeu for snle or n:iUI
stiH'k, ill pulilie nuellon lit (lie Burr IIiiIMIiik.
in the vIMiiko of lireenniHid. Counly of Cuss.
Stme of Nehrnsku, on the :)lst iliiy of Jun-
imry, I'.Md, lit ; o eloeK p. m. on sum uny.
7:-si K. S. 1). MiUHllM.r.M.
IN COUNTY COURT.
State of Neliniskn.
In the mutter of the estate of Mary Mornim.
Po nil persons Interested:
Vou are herehy nolilid Hint then1 will lie
H lieariiiK upon tlie petition of W. S. Askwllh.
tiled in tliis ruiirl, fur the nppointmi'iit of
mi Bdnilnlsii'Btor or nliove estiite. on the I'l'n l
iliiv of .liinei'.ry, l!HO. nt (i o'elisk u in.
Thn nil oh.ieelii.iiH. if ni.y. must he llleii on
or hefcire Miid iliiy and hour of henrin.
Witness my hnml and the seal of tl.c ( "mint y
Court of Cuss Count , Nehrnsku, this L'.'lrd
liv of DeeeinlMT, t'.
(SK.M.) AI.I.KN .1. Hi'.KStlN'.
7-l-VU Counly .lildve.
IN COUNTY COURT.
State of Nebraska,
In the mutter of the estate of Juh.es I'.
Cnlliey. di-eeiisril :
To all nersons Interested:
Vou lire herehy untitled that W. H. Puis.
the administrator of above estate, has filed
in this eourt Ids report mid petition for flnni
settlement of said estate. That a lienriiiK
will he Imd upon suid petition hefore lliis
court, at I'lntlsiiioiiili, in said county, on
the "2m c'uv of Jnniinrv. I'.Ull. nt 10 dork
a. Ml.' That all ohjis'tions to mid petilion. if
any, must he llli'd on or hrfnrc said day and
lioiir ol hearini;.
Witness my luind and the sen! or the Counly
Couii or s;ilU county this 'jmii (lay 01 meeiii'
(SKA AI.I.KN .1. I1KKSON,
7.1-7(1 County Juilw.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska.
KS. In County ('our
In the mutter of the estate or Peter 'iiiuen
Noliee is hereby Klven tuit tlierredftnrsnf
snlil dii'ea-'ed vill niH't the adtnltilsti'itni
of liidil estaie. before me. County .lie
Cass County, Nehru .kn. at the Coieity ( ourt
room In rhitismoutli. In said eoe'ity. on .hill
iinrv li'.uli. I'.IIH. and on .Inly aillh. Kiln, al
I oi'loek u. mi. eaeli day. fur tlie purpoM- of
iiresentiiiK t lie r claims for i xai'ilniil:oii, ad
justmetit and a'lownuee.
Six montlis fioi.i the 2!Mii day of Jan
iinrv. 11110, arc nllovw d for ihe creditors of
said deccu-a'il to prei"it tlirlr claliiw. ami one
year for the administrator to settle mi id
estate, from the '".lth iliiv of January. Kill).
Wittuxs my linnil and seul of said County
Conn, nt I'lntlsiiioiiili. Nebraska, this 2atn
day of December. I'.HKI
AI.I.KN J. HF.KSON.
NOTICE TO CRFIHTOHS.
Slute nf Nuliruku,
ss. ;i County Court
In I he mat ter of the estate of ('aniline Kiiiien.
Noiive Is lie,rly civeti tlii'.t the rr"lltMN
of Kiiiil iIiit'iv.I will 11 net (In- tiiliiiiiiUtrut ir
of suid estate. Iiefure me. County Jiiile of
Cbkm County, Nebraska, at I Mr eoiint;, eourt
room in riuttunoiitn, in suiii eoutity
ji January Jttt. Itiio. anil on July .101 it. llilti, at
I u o'eloek a. 111.. aeh day. for tlie minioNe of
presi'iiiuiK their eliiims for exatiiiiiutioii,
adjust tiient nie' allow anee.
Six nionths f r 111 tlie L'tith day of .laminry.
1010. are alloe(l for the emfltor of Kiiid
dni asi'd to present t lieir elalius. and one yi ar
fur the iidiienlstriitor to Kittle said estute,
from tlie '.itli iliiy of Jiinuiiry, It'lo.
Witness my hand and sin) of said Ciiiui'v
Court, at I'lnttsmoulh. Nelirasku. tliis JUili
day of lieeeiulier. num.
(SftAI.) AI.I.KN .1 HKKSON.
71 -M County JihUt.
HATT & SON
Eggs and Cream
WANTED Woman t do laundry
work. Hood wanes, u; ply at once at
WANTED Young men and women to
fill positions paying $1)00 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
ns is obtainable by personal attend
ance at any business college in the
country. We guarantee Buccess.
Complete course for small cash pay
ment; balance to be paid when you
secure a position. Trial lesson free.
Central Business Institute, Central
Building, Wabhington, D. C.
FOB SALE CBEAP-At Smith's barn,
Plattsmouth, Neb., a new carriage.
Lady owning same has quit keeping a
horse. It must sell. BW-tf
FAUM LOANS Negoiated at 5 1-2
IHTcent. Windham Investment &
Loan Co. V-7fi-4x
FOR SALF Aii SO-acre farm inOtoo
county. 40 acres adjoining Platts
mouth, also small acreage tracts.
Windham Investment A Lonn Co.
FOR l-'AI.lv-The Methodist iiarson-
age. Price reduced from 1700 to
$1500. Has S rooms, cellar, city
water, bath room, cistern, barn, two
lots. Society wishes lo build near
the church. If you are looking for
a place let us show you this. R. B.
Windham. D-72-1 W-70-2X
A neal five room cot
cash, balance monthly
liitvmenlsof S7.00. Rents for ?S. 00
per month. Windham Investment
& Loan Co. D-72-2 W-70-lx
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8."
"I have worn W. L. DouieIm shoe for tha
past six veori. and always find they are far
superior loall other hifth grado shoes In style,
comfort and durability. " W. O JONES.
110 Howard Ave.. Utica, N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
f '. I'TIOM-Sw that W. I.. iNinitlM imnnaml prli-e
II rtuilllXMl (Ml Ihe rsilloin. Tube f MnlialllMlf.
It ymir rti Hlcr raiui"! hi ymi Willi W I..Iiounliili'M'f,
nril tor M.nl Onlcr I'.ieilou. W.I..II111111I11S, Uiuuktun,
Mam. FOR 8A1 BT
- - m-sv r or ;
U U o
(oinJ i rip
On .-ale every first and third
TuefiLij in eai h nvuith to every
part of the Uoulhwc.t.
Hugh Norton, Agent.
H"H4"H"H I I I M H'H'i'fi'Hr
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