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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1910)
Brother Taylor of the Central City
NonjK.riel says thut we arc a foot
ball rooter and therefore Ret hilarious
over Lusted heads and broken bones,
eonscqueiit'y ire net a eo!iiHtrnt
j judge of the outside merits of the
game. We are not a foot ball rooter.
We don't like to see busted heads at
all. lint we do believe that there are
many worse things at the state
university of Nebraska than foot bull.
There are some things which cause
more harm and are instrumental in
more failures than foot ball and there
fore are more dangerous. If a loving
mother and fond father sends his
boy and girl to the state university,
there are things that they need to
steer clear of which are much more
harmful than foot 1 all.
The two United State Senators
from this state certainly did a wise
thing when they got together on the
recommendation of Frank S. Howell
i for United States District Attorney
Mr. Howell is a good lawyer, a hard
worker and a straight 'republican,
just progressive enough to be
lieve that there are reforms to be
brought about which should . be made,
but not so "progressive" that he
thinks that the republican party
cannot solve them. His appointment
will bring credit upon the party and
also upon the state of Nebraska
The editor of the Journal 's so hard
up for inateriid to hurl at this pajter
that he must needs invade the Han-
city of the death bed to find material
from which to booster up his argu
incuts. We will admit that
the special correspondence sent to
this paper was a day late owing to the
fact that it got mixed with dead copy
and was not discovered till too late
to be set up. This paper can find
plenty of stuff to sling at our coni-
yVemporary up the pike without re
sorting to such extremes.
The two spot up the pike thinks
it wonderful that this paper should
devote so much ppace recently to it.
There is nothing strange about it at
all. We are here practically a stranger
and not aware that those who know
the Journal well do not consider its
utterenies of suffieent account to be
noticed. Candidly we do feel that it
was good animation wanted on game
that is of so little consequence that
there is no closed season.
The Journal answers the article
k this paper last week showing the un
reliability of its information regard
ing the running of the state institut
ions by saying that the editor of
this paper got fired from a soft snap in
the state house. That is pretty good
argument and next fall when the
editor of the Journal tries to get
elected again to the soft snap he had
in the legislature he will know just
how we feel.
The editor of the Central City
Nonpariel offers a years subscription
to any man who will tell just what
the legislature was trying to get at
when it passed that celebrated pause-
less section in the law for nomination
United States senators. Masy money,
Taylor. Th.y were trying to pass
a sum tiling law which would get Bill
j Bryan into the United States senate.
ry us on a hard one.
In explaining the word "insurgent"
the Minden Courier says that a deni
crat is an insurgent and don't know
it." It also says that an "insurgent in
politics is the same as nn infidel in
religion." According to that ruling
a republican who is an insurgent is
a democrat, a democrat is nn insur
gent and the whole darn bunch are
We are glad that our unfortunate,
unreliable, unsophisticated and un
apreeiatativc contemporary up the
pike 1ms at last taken a tumble to the
fact there is something doing down
at the office of the Daily News. His
acknowledgement that we are a "Joker
is owning up to the fact that we are
the best card in the deck.
If the "special correspondent" was
right in his statement made in the
"two spot" why is the latter keeping
o mum over the article published
this paper that his statement was
not true. Has he examined the re
cords and found out that he was
luukood ly his "special"?
In our selection
of the most or
store goods as
well as in our
selection o f
every effort is
made for new
nes and quality
We Are Agents For ,
are made by
one of the lar
turers of.; high
ceuticals in the
and this alone
is a guarantee
of their worth.
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 getting1 dates and terms.
Good Service. Reasonable Rate.
I Expert Blacksmith
Has taken charge of the Wil
liam Puis Blacksmith Shop
4 1-2 miles west of Murray.
1 All kinds of Fine Horscshoe
f ing and all kinds of Black
f smithing. Satisfaction iruar-
Call on Him.
Mrs. McIIugh and daughter Mary
who have been the guests of friends
in this city and at South Bend
for three weeks, departed for their
home at Fall City this afternoon.
Notice U hereby Klven that the antiunl m.
I.... tt.n Ut....lh..l.li.u ... f...-ti. .
in " .''vniiiFtu. n in ma iiuriiiiKion A
Missouri Klver It It Company In Nebraska,
win or. neiu in riaiismuutu, Isco.. at It) A M
Fell. 84. IUIO.
1h. m llnif -.111 .u kuM 1 . 1 I .
uu NKici.un "m ucw IUI UC I'irCllUn 01
nlna Directors for the company to Nerve during
the etinurlnK year, and fur the transaction of
such other uuluet im may legally come be
fore It W. V. Durke,
Much Business Transacted
and Adjourn to Meet
Again On Feb. 1.
TO BUTCHER RATES
Same' Old Stunt Pulled Oil Re
quiring Pappers to do Busi
ness at a Loss.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Jan. 11th, 1010.
Board nut pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, ('. H. Jordan, L. D.
Switzer, and M. L Priedrieh, County
Commissioners, D. C. Morgan, County
Clerk. Minutes of last session read
ami approved, when the following
business was transacted in regular
Petition from Army Post at Mill
wood, requesting the appointment of
David MeCoig as member of Soldiers
Relief, received and placed on file.
Joseph Mullen was this day ap
pointed member of Soldiers Relief
M. M. Butler was this day apio:nt
ed County Physician for the year 1910
the compensation shall be $5.00 per
day, and mileage not to exceed 20.00
per day, nor shall the total fees ex
ceed $500.00 per year.
lioardof Health organized with C.
R. Jordan Chairman, L. D. Switzer
Vice-Chairman, M. M. Butler Phy
sician, and D. C. Morgan Secretary.
Intimate of expense for year 1010,
are as follows:
Court House Expense, - $ 5000 00
Commissioners Salary, - - 3000 00
County Superintendent saly. 1500 00
Assessing County - - - 3500 00
Making Tax List - - - 700 00
Books, blanks and supplies - 2000 00
Election Expense - - - 2300 00
Fuel ------ - 1500 00
Jail and Jailer Fees 1S00 00
Paupers and Poor Farm - 2000 00
County Attorney, salary - 1000 00
Bridges - - -30000 00
Roods ------ -25050 00
Incidentals ----- 7500 00
Soldiers Relief - - - - 1000 00
Courts Expense - - - - 7500 00
Sheriffs Salary ----- 17.50 01)
Total ? 100,000.01)
The county clerk was this day in
structed to call for bids as follows:
County printing, burial of pauper
poor, county physicians, bids to be
filed by noon, February 7, 1910.
Official bond of George S. Smith,
Assessor Rock Bluffs prect., approved.
Bond of Bank of Commerce Louis
ville, Depository Bank, approved.
Bond of Bank of Murdock, De-1
pository Bank, approved.
Bond of Bank of Union, Depository
Report of fees earned by county
judge 4th quarter, approved.
In the matter of John McMaken,
killed by the cars at Ceder Creek,
Our Pre Inventory Sale means a 20 per eett deduction
until January 15th .throughout our store, without a reserve
not a limit placed on any article.
ft-' Our Rummage Sale means that nil 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 water,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 attend our future rummage sales.
The Variety Store
Plattsmouth, Neb., 3rd Door Last of Hank of Cass County.
! It-M-M-M 1111 II I 1 I I lit
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 J. V. Egenberger j
Xeb., it appearing that after having
been buried by the County of Cass,
the following money wae found upon
his person and due him from A. V.
Atwood & Co., for labor which was
turned over to the County as fol
lows: Remittance Letter,
Cedar Creek, N'eb., 12, 2S, 1(109.
M. L. Friedrieh,
Particulars of Remittance:
1 check No. -1 tS ft Dee. S, favor
of Mike McMaken - - -$19 00
1 U. S. Silver Celt fieatc No.
2(125790 ----- 5 00
1 Bank Note No. A 2S0512S1 10 00
1 National Note No. M MOO 10 00
1 National Note No. I) 0919 10 00
1 National Note No. M 3055 10 00
Total ------- $c,t 20
Witness as to counting, sealing and
dispatching, C. E. Metzger,
In addition to above the following
cheek paid to county by A. V. At
wood it Co., No. 17, Jan. S, 1910,
amounted to J10.90, making grand
total of $75.10.
The following list of names selected
by the county commissioner from
which!') elioos; a jury for the next
term of district court :
Plattsmouth City First Ward, John
Linderinan, James II. Thrasher;
Plattsmouth Second Ward, Charles
(Iradevill, h'nord Born, Einil Walters;
Plattsmouth City Third Ward, Win.
Holly, Win. Wehrbein, Albert Des-
pain, Jomes Ptoeek; Plattsmouth City
Fourth Ward, (leorge L. Farley, L. 11.
Egenberger, Ben Hyde; Plattsmouth
City Fifth Ward, John Vondran, (ieo.
Perry; Plattsmouth precinct, C. A.
Vallery, John Kaffenherger, William
Adams; Eight Mile (irove precinct,
Adam Kaffenberger, Ed. Becker,
Jacob Buehler; Mt. Pleasant precinct,
John Kreager, Carl Englekcmeior;
Center precinct, Joen Domingo, Win.
Wendt; Nehawka precinct, Vilas Shel
don, John Knabe; Lonisville precinct,
John Schocnian, Miles Drake, Clias.
Jaekman; Liberty precinct, Creed
Harris, Matt McBuin, William Cross;
1st Rock Bluff, W. E. Dull, Henry
Cramer; 2nd Rock Bluff, M. L. Fur
long, Mark White; Avoea precinct,
Emerson Dowler, John Bogarp; Weep
ing water 1 ity first warn, Jonn
Carder; Weeping Water City Second
Ward, Wash. Bullis; Weeping Water
City Third Ward, John Fowler; Weep
ing Water precinct, II. II. Lawton, J.
P. Ilasmussen; South Bend precinct,
Geo. Vogel, Hill Targening; Salt
Creek precinct, J. C. Lemon, S. M.
Mourey, II. II. Wiedeman; Tipton
precinct, John Elliott, John Trolich,
Lee Suavely; Greenwood precinct,
John Arfes, II. Hart; Stove Creek
precidct, Wm. Kunz, Claus Ohm,
Henry Miller; Elnr.vood precinct,
Ilenrv P. Dchrine, W. V. Lau, Id-
The following claims were allowed
on the Goneral Fund:
Nebr. Lighting Co., Gas to jail
ami Court house, - - - A 1 32
J. K. Tuey, Mdse. to County
farm, - - ----- 38 91
Streight it Steight, Burial of
Mrs. Finney, - - - 39 90
T. P. Livingston, M. D. Addit
ional fees in Thacker case, - 22 90
Johnson it Jones, Repairs to
II I I 1 "I "H"M"I"H I 1 I II M
road District No. 9, - - 9 75
Board rdjourned to meet Feb. 1st,
1). C. Morgan, County Clerk.
In the District Court of Caas
Puvld ('. Crulti. 1'luintllT,
KelUM. Henry, formerly Delia M. ('lurk: Kriink
J I'lurU: Wul litre II. Clark: Jennie K. ( lurk,
sliwe Iiileriimrrled with A. J. Anderson; ClilT
lull S. I'lurk; uud all etlirr persons or parties
unknown, rlaimlnif any rliriit. title, or Interest,
in Hie real estate ilrsrriheil In tilalntifT's peti
tion, ami their unknown heirs ilefemlenls.
To all thi! above nainetl ilefeiulents. except
Frank J ( lark, ami Jennie K. Clark, now Inter
married with A. J Anderson. iWendetils.
You are hereby iioiillrd that thealiove named
plaintiff, did on the Uniterm li day of January.
A I)., I Hill, tile his petition In the uthVe of tlie
clerk of tlie district court above nitnied.at.'ainst
you and the other drtetulentH above named the
objeelund prayer of which is toiiulet the title
to the Kast one-half K l-'.' of the Northeast
yuurter(NK 1-4) of 'Section Twenty-six (.11) and
the South one-half of the Southwest Quarter
(Sl-i SWI-4) of sect Ion Sweaty-three, all in
Township Twelve north of rani(e Nine ill
In Cass County, Nebraska, in him the huui
plaintiff for the reason that plaintiff and his
Krantors, the defendents named, w ho were the
sole and only heirs at law of William W. Clark,
deceased, late of Cass County, Nebraska, hav
ttitr been in theoen. actual. visible, eontintious,
peaceful exclusive, notorious, adverse, undis
turbed, and undisputed possesion of ail the
said real estate described for more tban twelve
years last past, claiming title thereto. paying
the taxes on the same as they became due and
payable, and milking vitluuiile Improvements
thereon, and for it perpetual Injunction for
blddinK all of said defendents from rhilmliiK
any rlnht. title, interest, or estate, In or to
said real estate and premises described, or
Interrupting his use and occupation thereto.
I'laintlff prays for a decree ctiletlnit the title
to said real estate In him. and for other relict
that eiuitymay demand.
You are required to answer said petition on
or before the Twenty-llrst day of Kebuary, A.
Dated January 13, I 10.
David l Cralif.
77 8 I'laintlff.
111 (111 A. MYKH8.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
N'bllee Is hereby lvrn that liy virtue of
a chattel iiiortKiine. dated the iMth day of
February, I'.mih. and duly Hied In the otllce of
the County Clerk of CaHX County, Nebraska,
the 2Mh (lav of Kebrunry, LSI is, and exes-uted
by W hite llros.. Charles L. W hite and Paul
A. White, partner, to K. S. L). VtMirheoH.
to secure the payment of the sum of Two
Thousand Four Hundred and Seventy-One
and 70-IOO Dollars (S2.471.70). and upon
which there is now due the sum of Two
Thousand Three Hundred and Ninety Dollars
(IJ.H'.MI.IKI), default having lon made In the
payment of said sum. and no suit, or other
procoedliiK at law havitiK Ixvn Instituted to
recover said debt, or liny part thereof:
TIIKItKKOItK. I will sell the property
therein deserllHsl, to-wit: stork of hardware,
furniture, tinware, stoves, shelf kihmIs,
evcrythiiiK carried In stock In the store known
as llurr llulldiiiK. in the village of (ireen
wood. Cass County. Nebraska.: also all Im
plements twine, fcncltiK. store llxtures in
said litiilditiK. anil In basement: also all notes
and book accounts taken for sale of said
stock, at public auction at the Itarr llulldiim.
in the vilhiKo of (ireenwood, County of Cass.
State of Nebraska, on the 3lNt day of Jan
uary. 1010, at 3 o'clock p. nt. on said day.
73-81 K. S. I). VOOHIIKKS,
IN COUNTY COURT.
State of Nebraska, ,
In the matter of (lie estate of Mary Mornnn,
To all iiersons Interested:
You are hereby notified that there will be
a hearing upon the petition of W. H. Askwllh.
tiled in this court, for the appointment of
an administrator of above estate, on the -'Jnd
day of January. I'M (l. at !l o'clock a. in.
That nil objections, if any, must be filed on
or before said day and hour of bearing
ilness my blind and the seal of the County
Court of Cass Count v, Nebraska, this "Jllrd
(lav of December. IHO'.I.
(SfcAL.) Al l KN J. HKKSON
7I-7U County Jutle
IN COUNTY COURT.
State of Nebraska,
In the matter of the estate of James li.
Cat hey. deceased:
To all person Interested:
You are hereby not Hied that . 11. Piilt:,
the administrator of above estate, has Hied
in this court his report and petition for final
settlement of said estate. That a betirini:
will lie had upon said petition before tills
court, at I'lattsniouth. In said county, on
the ilL'nd day of January. HMO. at 111 o'clock
a. in. Thut all objections to said petition. If
any, must be Hied on or before said day and
lioiir of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of the Count."
Court of said County this 2ftth day of Decem
(SKAL.) AMES .1. niCKHON,
74-7U County Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska.
S8. In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of I'eter Haticn,
Notice Is hereby given that tiiorrislltorsol
said dis-eiised will mtvt the administruti r
of said estate, before me. County Judge of
Cass County, Nebraska, at the County Court
room In I'lattsmouth. in said county, on Jan
uary 'it li. ItilO. and on July IKitli. Itild. at
9 o clock a. m. each day. for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, ad
justment and allowance.
mix months iroiu tne ::itn nay or Jan
uary. l'.IIO. are allowed for the creditors of
said ricreasiil to present their rluinis. and one
year for the administrator to settle said
estate, from the 2l)tli day of January, ltllll.
Witness my hand and seal of said County
Court, at I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, this 2'Jth
dav of December, liltlll.
(SKAI..) Al.I.EN J. IIKESON,
7-4-NI County Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska.
S3. In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of Cflrollno liauen,
Notlve Is hereby Riven that the creditor
of said defeased will meet the administrator
of said estate, before me. County Judge of
Cass County, Nebraska, at the county court
room in I'lattsinoutli. In said count v. e:i
January 2Mb. luio. and on July With. MHO, nt
U o clock a. in., each day, for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination,
adjustment and allowance.
Hlx months from the 2m h day of Jimunrv,
191(1, are allowed for the rreditoni of m. id
dint-cosed to present their claims, and one yi ar
for the administrator to settle said estate,
from the 2.'th day of January, 1011).
Witness my hand and seal of said County
Court, at riuttsuioutli. Nebraska, this 2m (i
day of December, ItiOU.
(HKAL.) A1J.KN J. HKKSON.
74--KI County Judge.
And be Happy
W A NTED- Wotnan to do laundry
work. Good whch, a ply at onre at
FA KM LOANS NeRoin ted at 5 1-2
percent. Windham Investment it
Ixmn Co. V-7(Mx
FOIL SALE An NO-aerc farm inOtoo
county. 40 ucrt-H Adjoining Platts
nioutli, also small acreage tracts.
Windham Investment & Loan Co.
Wedding Bells Ring
Saturday afternoon Judge liecson
issued a license to lister L. I'utton
giving him permission to wed Miss
Carrie Nelson, lioth parties were re
sidents of Omaha. Yesterday after
noon at the home of the 0 room's
parents Mr. and Mrs. (!. L. I'utton
of this city in the presence of
friends of the contracting parties,
the happy couple were made one.
Tlie cermony was performed ly
Ucv. Austin of tin? Methodist church
Mr. (iernie Thomas and Miss Mary
Sharp stood with the contracting
parties during the ceremony. Thu
young people will make Omaha their
future home, and they have the hesi
wished of a host of friends to attend
them in their new home.
HOT & SON
p Eggs and Cream
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"8UPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I have worn W. L. Douglas ihoes for the
pait tia years, and always find ther are far1
auperlor to all other high grade shoes In style,
comfort and durability." W. Q. JONES.
10 Howard Ave.. Utlca. N. V.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoe are
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
re of greater value than any other make.
CAHTIUN-Hw that W. I.. DoiikIm naino and price
li MainpNl on the bottom. Tuk Niibatttiite,
If your ilraler raiinol at you with W l..luuii!iilni,
write tor Mail Oiilrr CstaloK. W.L.Dougla, UrocktoD,
Maw. FOR BALE BY
Houiitl 7 r ip
On sale every fi' l rv '
! Tuesdiiy in each m.i;tli l i. .y
j part of the L(Kllhwct.
Huh Norton, Agent.
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W 71-1 bearetart.
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