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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1910)
THEN TAKE OUR
of White Pine With Tar
It Is The Cough Syrup
WITH THE "DOPE" LEFT OUT
Morphine and such other poisons as are
usually put into other cough syrups only ac
complish one thing they deaden the nerves,
and your cough is just as bad when you stop
taking these "doped" cough syrups as when
you started to take them.
Ask your neighbor who has taken our
Cough Syrup and then try it yourself and
get the results.
Plattsmouth Phone No. 121.
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
t anu you win iieeu me
, 1 will give you. Better
X chilly day
J. V. Egenberger
A BOY OR A GIRL
CAN EARN AS MUCH AS A MAN
We want boys and girls who want to earn money to so
licit subscriptions to The Kansas City Weekly Star. Don't
hesitate because you are young, as you can uu me wuik
Nas readily as older persons and we will pay you just the
Vame. The Kansas City Weekly Star is the best known
weekly newspaper in the West and your spare time spent
working for it will pay you handsomely, not in toys,
watches or other small wares, but in Cash. Write today
for terms and full information. Address
THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY STAR,
Kansas City, Mo.
J. E. BARWICK
pay r.-nt nv longer. You can own your own dwelling c!.. i,et.
1 .'t ".' shuvv yo'i so'nu g"t ch-victM t Hequiro farms in Ne-i1ns'--ri
South mid North Dakota. Mi-s u-i or Texas. FIRE
INSURANCE written in six of the best companies.
SUH rY BO Ui. Get your bonds from the American Surety Co.
ACCibr INSURANCE. The risk of personal injury is 40
time i as great as that of losing your property by fire. Secure
a p-ilicy of the London Gurantee and Accident Company and
be sure of an income whiH work
. a. a. A, A. a .W. .V. J
The Kansas City Yeekly Star
The most comprehensive farm tztq' AH tlic
new InttUIgenUy toM-Farm qjssUons an
swered by a -radical larger sr.A experimenter
- Exactly what ou want In market reports.
Adjwstetl I'Src losr.
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Tlic I'l'iiM unv v. ill pny
Mr. ,-.itif.'.'. r
1'liis is i!iic!v
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cuuuuib mat uui w
order early to avoid
when an extra
from SI.10 to $3,000. !Wt
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STAR, Kansas Ciiy,
irTinn''iilrrullr.rB'mtvili ; wtMltnM rmtrw ' ,
ll'ivnifiiil. tic l;!t!f Mn i f W i!
i pd'it ily mill
V i!c ol
v . . I:.v. I,
V so ipc ;m ; p. i-nt p.
l;i'it!c fi'if'tifjii!' M.irits- nf
'.i'.( , .Mid (!.. I.k dl' t',1' i-.'tlli til J.
i, iit !.ii(i',ii ju-l ln:u iitucli i:
inc i':;'.'ttil':, I lit it w : s vifii l"t:inl
ill sl.i'.-i.'S. 'Hi'' lit I if fi 111".' !.- II
v,itic!,-iu el' Mi'. ni!'l Mr-'. .1. (
EVEN SCHOOL TEACHERS
HAVE THEIR TROUBLES.
Supt. Gamble Tells I Some of
the Things Which They Hate
The man working for the puUie as j
rule meets with all kinds of exper-
ienees. We recently asked the Super
intendent !' schools whether he ever
! encountered penplc who were unrea-
sonalile or who found fault with the
! method of transacting the school
! business. "Well llcie is the latest"
:said Mr. (!amble hamling over a note.
I "We require written excuse for absence
Ion the part of all students and when
a student returns we require teachers
jto have written excuses to show cause
of such absence. You will readily see
I that if we did not have some way of
j checking up absentees we would
I soon have to close up for lack of
students. The family in question
I has persistently refused to send ex
j discs and finally, although I had more
important things to do, I wrote a long
letter to those parents explaining that
jit was necessary to have excuses, that
jthe teacher had no choice; in the
matter, she was required to carry out
I her instructions, asked their co-op r-
ation in the matter, invited them to
visit us and see what we were doing
etc., and sent it out bv a messeng! r.
The next time one of the children v.iisjing. Mr. Dwyer says the Colorado
absent no excuse entne so the child
was sent home to bring one. In a
couple of days he came back with
you aught to no Knough your self
to l it why dideiit come to School
that day a it wcr so Stormcy and cold
you are the only One out of four
teachers that has asked for an excuse.
This is the first school that h;n asked
for excuse, if this haint satisfactory
rite One vour Self
doant send the boy out after eny
"I believe", added Mr. Gamble,
"that if parents all understood what
the school and the teachers were doing
for their children there would be
less trouble getting excuses for ab
sence. In fact there would be less
absence. Oh yes I have plenty more
almost as unkind. We have consid
erable difficulty in having all excuses
state reason for absence. I believe it
is largely due to thoughtlessness,
rather than from desire to hinder
the work of the teacher however.
Reliable (?) Information.
Our contemporary up the pike
who posts as a reliable information
bureau with more or less success en
deavored last night to scare the people
into frenzy by an announcement that
the city was on an eve of a coal fam
ine as there was no hard coal in town.
We wMi to correct that statement
and inform the people that our hys
terical brother need have no fear
about freezing this winter neither in
this city or his future habitation.
Mr. Kgenb-rger infornrd us that
he has between one hundred and fifty
and two hundred tons of hard coal
in his sheds at the present time and
more coming, while Mr. Baylor has
a big carload on hand. Tor reliabh
intortnatiou that can he relied on
read the "Joker."
Change Time Card.
C. R. Jordon, county commissioner
departed for Omaha this morning
enrout to his home at Alvo. A change
of time card on the Rock Island
requires Mr. Jordon to be in Omaha
much earlier than formerly. This
change causes Alvo and Murdock
merchants to do a much better
business than under the former ar
rangement as the time given shoppers
in Omaha between the two trains is
so short none go from -that locality
now unless they wish to remain
over night in Omaha.
W. L. Craw ford of I'oion was shak
ing hands with his Plattsmouth friends
1 to botvr tlv) 'li.-x'omfnrf ; f ;i noi tli'-ni winter.
t n lev cost y;;" can fiijoy
(Lvl'i'i'.honi CJa'ir'j:'!1.!,', Ci:
win lor v.u-at'oii
'vVrit'.' l'.V I'mi' tl";
il'ii.'t.'il excursion.-! to S
other i'..r famed v i,i!(
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I i H!mO',:;.W. Ii. rU'KITr.Tiel.et Aent. I'lattsmeuth. Nil.
I j-UM ni, cutis''?:
1 1' t"i,.'( "j i y ir.en - r u i ..
'1 . i At. W. -.
j i. ii.
I James Fitzgerald Belter.
J IM and Tom l'itnmil.1 unit to
jOiiKilm this morning to sco their
brother .l.'tnics at the hospital. The
i patient is reported much Ix tter last
Tom 1 itztierald will depart for his
,''' llt l'm Wisconsin this after-
noon, lie was anxious to g(t home
a week ago, but owing to the serious
condition of his brother Ik did not
go. James is so much better now
that he hopes now for his brother a
Notice to Pay Up.
In the most friendly manner pos
sible I desire to notify all who are in
debted to me in any amount that I will
expect a settlement of their account
at the time of the coining pay day. It
is absolutely imperative that all bills
be paid and no further notice will
be given. If you owe me in any
sum, you will avoid additional ex
pense ami legal difficulties by calling
upon me at the time specified. . If I
owe you, present lyour bill and you
will get your money. Again I say
that this is positively the last notice.
70iv7" t-f M. ranger.
No Snow En Colorado.
I). (). I Iwyer'rt turned from Den
ver last evening where he went on
a busimss mission Wednesday inoru-
metropolis is an ideal place this win
ter. There was no snow on the ground
and a man need not take his overcoat
unless ridi ng. There had been snow
in the early part of the winter but no
signs of it now except in the moun
tains. Sealed Bids.
IMattMiiouth, Neb., Jan., 11, 1!)().
Sealed bids will be received at the
office of the County Clerk, up to noon
on Mnodi.y February 7th, 11)10, for
county printing for the year 1!)1(), as
Printing Treasurer's report.
Bar Docket, Per Case, Other pages.
Road Notices .
Notice to Contarctors.
Call for I '.ids Etc.
Print ing Commissioners Proceedings
D. C. Morgan,
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
John Durman I
Has taken charge of the Wil- t
liam Vua IMacksmitli Shop i
-I 1-2 miles west of Murray. X
All kinds of Fine Horseshoe-
ing and all kinds of Black- 1
smithing. Satisfaction guar- X
Call on Him. !
Not ce Is hereby elven tliut tlie annual nire
Inn ol the Stockholders of the Hurlinnton &
Missouri Hlver l K ( onipunv in Nnliraslia.
Kill l held in i'lattsinouth, Neil., at 10 A M ,
Feb. Jl, mill.
The meetlnie will he held f0r the clcctionof
nine 1 1. rectors for the cntupanV t s(,rve durini.'
the ct 'iirintr year, and for the transaction of
such other business as may legally come Im
fore it W. 1', Hurke.
W 73-10 Segretarv.
linf-li;!'!i lltiwt'rs :inii sutViMUT
l!;t!,;.n';is, I'lorida and CivM'
ti' ; !.:.- t.ric S ;it!i!;iii.
ia. aiiout t''lerid.i and
, tram some
ii.vnrii, v.. i, v;in. (,..(.
W. A. Murray f Mynard who has
been on the sick list for ten days
is able to be out of the house a part i
of the time.
In the District Court ol
lnvld ('. I'uiic I'Uintiff,
Iclhi M. Henry, furmi-rlv Prlln M. ('lurk: Frank
.1 ( lurk: VVuliace II. Clark: Jennie K Clark.
since li tci married with A. J. Anderson: Cliff
tun S ( link, itml nil other persons or parlies
unknown, t'laiimuir any rinhl. t i i If. or Interest,
In tlic ri'iil estate dcscriticd In phiiiiiifT s im'U-
tiim. itml I tit i r unknown lit us difi'mlrnts.
To nil till nlMivp immi'il clrftudi iils, rxorpt
Krimk .1 I lurk, uml .lemur K. ('lurk, now Inlrr
muiTlrtl with A. .1. Aluli'isiin. lTt iili nts.
Yuu art' hcreliy nolillcil l hut the aliovc immcil
p 1 ii 1 11 1 IT. illil tin I In' llui hi nili iluy nf Juiiii;irv,
A I)., IMIU. Illc his IN'tlllun in lilt' (imri' of the
clerk of tlic d slrlel tourl itliovi' nuinrtl iivuiiist
you uml tin1 oilier ilffeiiilents uliove mtineil the
ohjeet mill pruyer of wliirli Is toiiiiet the title
to the Kust one-half K I i of the Nort heust
(vilurter(N K 1-41 of 'Sect ion Twenty-six ('.'Hi uml
llie Soul h cme-huir of the Sioiithwevt Unurter
(Sl-'J SWI-4) of Sretioti Sweaty-three, nil in
Township Twelve IC'I north of riiiik'e Nine HI
In Cuss County. Nehraskit. In him the Mtiil
iluintiff for the reuson Unit plaintiff anil his
Kruntorx, the (lefenih tits tmineil. wlio were the
sole ami only heirs at law of William W. Clark,
deceased, late of Cass County, Nelirnska, hav
Iiik lieen In the open, uctuul.visllile. rout IniKiiis.
IM'iiceful delusive, notorious, advirse. undis
tiirlicd. and undisputed possesion of all the
suid real estate descrtlH'd fur more than twelve
yearx last pst. claiming title thereto, puyltu'
the taxes on the same us they became due and
payalile. unil liuikmn vitluuhle iinirovements
thi'reon, and for a pcrn'tuul Injunction for
lilildnik' all of suit! di feiideuts from cl.iitnim;
any rikrht. title, Interest, or estate. In or to
said real estate and premises described, or
llilerruptliut his use und occupation thereto.
riulntiff prays for a decree iiuiftiutf the title
to said real estate In him, und fur other relief
that equity may demand.
You are required to answer said petition on
or iM'fore the Twenly-llrst (lay of Feliuar.v, A
Mated Jumiary i:i. IDIO.
Havid C. Cralif.
man a. i ye its,
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
Notice Is liereliy kIci ::ia! Iiy virtue of
II elnttlel liliirt nio-'i'. (luted tile Jltli ilnv of
l''elirimry, I'.lliH, und (Inly filed in (lie ntllce of
the County Clerk of Cuss County, Neliruskii
tlii '-'.'illi (lav of February, IMlx. mid exeeuKsl
by White Urns . Cliarles I.. While und I'uul
A. White, partners, to F.. H. I). Hoiliees,
to secure the pityiuent of the Mini of Two
Thousand Four Hundred unit Seventy-One
und 70-IIMI Hollars (Si!. 47 1 .701, and upon
which there is now due the sum of Two
Thousand Three Hundred and Ninety Dollars
if '.'..T.Hl.tHl). default lutviiiK been made in the
payment of said sum. und mi xult or other
proccfdltiK lit law liavliiK hern instituted to
recover snil debt, or unv part thensif:
THFItKFOKK, 1 will Nell the property
therein described, to-wll: stock of liardware.
furniture, tinware, stoves, shelf ihkmIs,
cvcrylhliiK carrlisl in stock in the store known
us liurr IluildiiiK. in the vIIIiiko of (,rrin-
wood. i tuts ( iiiinty, .Nelirnska.; also all liu
iileuieiits twine, fi'iicltuf. store llxtures in
saht builditiK, und ill Imseincnt; also all notes
and book uecoiints taken for side of suh!
stin k, at public Hiietion at the llarr IluildiiiK.
in the vlllune of (ireenwiMid, County of Cass,
Stale of Nebraska, on the Mist day of Jan
uary, ItllO, ut II o clock p. in. on said day.
7:i-l K. S. 1). YOOKIIF.FS.
IN COUNTY COURT.
State of Nebraska,
In tlie matter of the estate of Mary Morwn.
To ull iersons Interested:
You are hereby notlllcd Hint there will be
a lieuriuit upon the petition of W. St. Askwitli.
filed in this court, fur the appointment of
an administrator of above estate, on the lil'nd
dav of January, l'.Hll. at II o'clisk a. in.
Tliiit nil objections, if liny, must be tiled on
or before said day und hour of hearing.
Witness my hum! und the seul of the ( 'i unty
Court of Cass Count v. Nebraska, this LMril
dav of December, I'.MIU
(SF.AI.) AI.I.KN J. IIKKSON.
74-VU County .Iik!k
IN COUNTY COURT.
State of Nebraska,
In the matter of t lie estate of .Ii.nies I;.
Cat hey. deceased:
To all iersons interested:
You are hereby notlllcd that W. It. 1'i.N.
the administrator of iiIhivc estnte. has l.le.l J
in this court his report and petition for tlnm I
settlement of said estate. That a hciiiini, !
will lie hud upon said petition I fore tin-'
court, at riultsuioulli. In said county. n ;
the 'JL'nd (!::' or January, mill, at 1(1 ocie; t
a. ni. Thanall olijis tlons to said petition, i.' '
any. must he tiled on or before suid day am)
hour of l:eiriiiK.
itness mv hand and the seal or the ( otint y
Court of said County this iisth (lay of Decen
(SKAI.J AI.I.KN J. HKKStiV.
I-7U ( ininty J in l e. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nelirnska,
ss. In t iHoiy CtmTt.
In the matter of the estate of l'eter Hauni.
Notice Is liereliy Kiven that the creditor c'
said il(s'eased will meet the ndminlst r. ,r"
of said estate, liefor" inc. Cout.ty .ludce of
Cass County. NelinPka. ut the County Cii.n t
niom in riaitsminith. in said county. 01, .l, n
tiary L".ith. mid. and on July :toth. l'.iri. ut
I) o cltH'k u. in. each day. for the I 1 1 r . , i,t
pn'sentlnit their claims for examination, :u
justmenl and allowance.
Six months from the I'lhh dnv of Jmi-
uiiry. mill, are allowed for tiie creditors ir
sniil deceased to pi cenl tln ir clal;i s. and cm
year for the udmltiist rr.tor to settle sai;
estate, from the '.".Mh day of January. I'.i'.ti.
Witness my liund ttiul seal of said County
Court, at riattstnoiitli, Nelirnska, tl'.ls 2iitli
dav of Ilciemlier, I'.KI'.l.
(SKAI.I AI.I.KN' .1. IIKKSON.
74-MI County J ti'!;c.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska,
ss. In County ( our
In the mailer of the estate, of Curolinu Hauep,
Nolive Is l.ereliy tlven fiat the creditors
of sail ile'-euse I will mist Jut administrator
of said I'state. lief ore me. County Judti' of
Cass County. Nehniskn. at I lie county court
room In I'l.ittstnouili. in said i noit.v. on
Jiuiuary -'-lii. l'.Hll. and on ,l,u i ll,).
tl o'clock a. in., i nch .lay, fci'tl.e t,m-
pre-i'tii in.' their eliiiins for A,i.u;.:i'
udjusti'ii nt and alloa'ee
.-' iiiuiilli ' i in t ,e IV." h ('; v of Jiini.i
I '.'III. .T" a!. .1 f.. tin c"e."ii..rs ,. ,
' 1 1 .1 I'd to l.li" I'll! t ic ;: e'uil'ls. f.:! i ! " '
i for tl
i, 'I. ii. 1. 1 i rinor
."it i .l.i a! .'i
i .:"., 'ill
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And be Happy
WANTED -Womnn to do laundry
work, tiood vvacs, u) ply at once at
FA KM LOANS NeRoia ted at .r 1-2
jiereent. Windham Investment Si
Loan Co. W-7fi-4x
l'Oll SAL11) An ,S()-acre farm in Otoe
county. 40 acrea adjoininn I'latts
mouth, also small acreage tracts.
Windham Investment & Loan Co.
FOR SAI.lv-The Methodist parson
age. Trice reduced from $1700 to
$1500. lias S rooms, cellar, city
water, bath room, cistern, barn, two
lots. Society wishes to build near
the church. If you arc looking for
a place let us show vou this. H. 15.
Windham. I-72-t W-7G-2x
FOR SALK A neat five room cot
tage $100 cash, balance monthly
payments of $7.00. Rents for S.X.OO
per month. Windham Investment
& Loan Co. D-72-2 W-7ll-lx
P Eggs ajid Cream
! THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
: OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN TliE WORLD.
I "8UPERIOR TO OTHER MAKE8."
I "I have worn W. L. Douglas ahoet for th
I past ais yeart, and alwayi find they are far
Superior to all other high grade ihoei Inityle.
comfort and durability." W.O.JUNES.
110 Howard Ave.. Utica, n. T.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Mnu., and show yow
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes ar
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
VA fl'l -Hef that W. I,. Iloatjlns niinir and price
U NtaaHHl on the iMiltuni. 'l uke I o MunaiiiiiM-.
If Ti.urilflHrdiiiii.,l lit tnn with W l..lluulluilHra
write lur Mad Order CataluK. W. h.Uuunliu, liluvkluiv
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