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Secretary of Republican Na
tional Committee Ad
dresses Young Men
BANQUET AT HOTEL
DURING THE EVENING.
Addresses by Leading Republicans
of the County and Others.
The Y. M. B. A. of the M. E.
Sunday School, had the pleasure of
listening to a lecture by Judge William
Ilayward, of Nebraska City, Sec-,
retary of the National Republican
Committee, and one of the potent
elements in the suceess of the Re
publican party last fall.
Judge HaywarJ addressed the boys
on the subject of "Making a Presi
dent", and for an hour and forty
five minutes, discussed the inside
workings of a national committee.
The class and a few invited guests
listened with the deepest interest
in the speaker and his subject with
out the slightest fatigue. Judge
Hay ward is a pleasant talker, and
U1.1MVIIU 1110 UUIUUI OU nibUUUlf uie
slightest effort, and in a convincing
manner, and those present enjoyed
a treat rarely offered on the lecture
After the meeting at the church
the Young Men's Republican club
of the city got possession of the
lecturer and conducted him to the
Riley hotel where he was informed
another company of friends were
waiting to greet him. For as soon as
it was learned that the Judge was
to be in the city a few of the Repub
lican workers put their heads together
and decided that an informal reception
with an oyster stew and fixings where
a little quite talk could be indulged
in would be a good thing for all con
cerned. Accordingly Mr. Dunbar
of the Riley was interviewed and
Jy; agreed to get up a nice little
Voread and turn the boys loose in
1 dining room. The hdur of meeting
ns fixed at 0:30. but time flew and
at ten o clock the party was not
half at rived. Mr. Dunbar became
slightly nervous and said if the
matter was longer delayed, he could
not promise that anything would be
warm, except the ice water. But
shortly after ten o'clock, all were
seated at the banquet table, and
for a half hour or more were plea
santly engaged in stowing away the
good things "mine host" Dunbar
Twenty four Republicans sur
rounded the festal board. Seated
at the head of the table were Mr.
V i) ri .1. ...t. ..... i t
Mijiuu viuitt vwiu illicit no luunt
Master,on his right was the guest
bf honor Judge Ilayward. The
table was cleared of everything but
the foral decorations, when Mr.
Clark arose and stated that the
occasion was an auspicious one, and
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that every man at the table would
be expected to make a speech tonight
and that the guest of honor would
be reserved till the last.
Hon. R. B. Windham was then
called on to state the views of the
party on the subject of County
Option. Mr. Windham spoke for
several minutes, and was of the
opinion that the Rebublicans should
have the plank in their state plat
form this year, and if the matter
was taken hold of in time and handled
judiciously great good would result
to the party and he had no doubt but
the party would be successful at the
polls. Prof. Gamble was then called
on to state what the teaching force
would probably do for the Repub
lican party this fall. The Professor
is a talented after dinner speaker,
and succeeded in keeping his liste
ners in a roar of laughter. He would
promise but two votcB from the
teaching force of the city, his own
and Principal Harrison's.
Toast Master Clark then said that
we had a man with us who had been
to Lincoln and attended the meeting
of the Insurgents last Thursday
evening, he wanted to know why
the man went, and why he returned
and then called on Mr. P. A. Barrows
Editor of the News..
Mr. Barrows said in substance that
he went to Lincoln to witness what
he believed to be the death struggle
of Insurgency in Nebraska, that
there were barely five hund red people
present when they had expected
five thousand. That there was entire
lack of enthusiasm not a word did
he hear in the corridor after the
meeting, that would indicate that
that any one was pleased with what
Other gentlemen who were called
on and who responded with ringing
speeches were: David West of Ne
hawka, W. A. Robertson, Prof Har
rison, 0. C. Hudson, Dr. E. W. Cook
E. H. Wescott.
Mr. Clark proved himself to be
a toastmastcr of rare ability and
introduced each speaker with a few
remarks presaging the line of dis
cussion he expected the speaker to
follow. In introducing the guest
of the evening, Mr. Clark, said we
were fortunato in having with us a
young Republican whose field of
activity extended to the boundaries
of the United States and her island
possessions. Judge Ilayward was
introduced as the Secretary of the
Republican National Committee,
and he addressed the members of
the club present, stating that he
should have cut his lecture some,
had he known what was in waiting
for him here.
The Judgesaid he vas n6t an
Insurgent nor a Stand-patter but
a Progressive. He believed that,
notwithstanding the great good done
in the past by Speaker Cannon,
it was now time for him to give way,
and be replaced by some one in
closer touch with the great west and
its needs. He believed the house
rules should be amended. He was
for Taft, and said the president had
a line of action mapped out and
legislation to push through congress
which would be an improvement
on anything done by our great ex-
president Roosevelt. He said that
President Taft was compelled to oust
Pinchot, to preserve the dignity of
his office. And that he was for stay
ing by the President until his poll
cies had been given a fair trail at
lease. The Judge was about half
through his remarks when the hack
arrived to take him to the station.
He was cheered to1 the echo, as
he withdrew from the room, and
many expressions of good feeling
were hoard on all sides.
The meeting then adjourned, every
Republican present feeling that he
had a better grip of the situation
at Washington than before.
City Fathers Met.
The members of the city counci!
were all present last evening at the
the fall of Mayor Sattlers gave
with the exception of Bookmcycr
and Menden, all who came in later
were counter present Without obj
After the approval of the minutes
of the previous meeting were ui
cussed under the head of Commune
cations and petitions the report of
the committee on the election of
officers and foremen and chiefs o
the fire department were received
and the othcers chosen were con-
foirmed by the council
Those confirmed were: Emil I'tack
President, Paul Wolfarth, Vice
President, Frank Libersall, secretary,
Michael Bajeck, Trea., Antone H.
Kobeck, Chief, P. A. McCrearra,
Assistant Chief, H. H. Henry, Fore
man of White hose cart, Paul Wol-
farth, Assistant Forennyi, Hugh
Stanley Captain, C. M. Manners,
foreman of the Red hose cart, 0. C
Hudson Assistant Foreman, Ed
S. N. Ciochenour, Foreman of
Wideawake Hose cart, J. C. Brittian,
Assistain Foreman, Guy Gobleman,
Foreman of Hook and Ladder wagon.
When miscellaneous business was
reached, Councilman Weber moved
Unit the City Attorney be instructed
to take the necessary legal steps
to require the railway Company
to place lights on their crossings
within the city limits. The motion
Under the head of New Business
considerable discussion arose over
the occupation tax ordinance as it
stands, some of the council contended
that it should be strengthened so as
to protect the home merchants
against the faker who. brings a stock
of goods into the city for three days,
humbugs the people into buying
more than their needs require, be
cause of apparent cheapness of price,
pays no tax except a small occupa
tion tax, then picks up and moves
on to the next town and keeps up
the game continually.
The clerk reported he had been
tendered $25.00 as occupation tax
from parties who expected to stay
in the city but three days but the
tax on auctioneering goods was $50.00
per day, and that he thought the
sale intended to be carried on was
virtually an auction. The city
attorney had advised him to col
lect $50.00 per .day, and refused to
accept the $25.00 for the three days.
The matter was turned over to the
judicary committee for action.
Councilman Weber then called up
the matter of Poolhalls, and moved
that they be placed on a tooting
same as the saloon, and be closed
at eight o'clock. In support of his
motion, Mr. Weber believed the
poolhall did as much harm by keeping
open as the saloon, and that young
men loafed there long after the time
to be at home. This matter was
refered to the proper committee.
The following Bills were allowed :
Mrs. Niday familiarly known as
'Grandma Niday", died this 7 a.m.
She arose as usual this morning and
on going into another room fell in
what the family supposed to be a
faint. Her daughter Mrs. Wm Niday
summonsed help as soon as possible
and they did all they could to restore
her, but in less than an hour she
passed away. Mrs. Niday was a
consistant member of the U. B.
Church and a dear old lady,
oved and respected by all who knew
her and was often Bpoken of by her
neighbors as "everybody's friend."
She leaves five sons and three daugh-
ters,all married, two brothers and a
host of friends to mourn her death.
As far as can be learned there has
been no arrangements for the
Union's jolly lumberman went to
day to Kansas City to attend the
lumbermans convention to be held
in that city. Mrs. Barny accom
Uncle Bill Davis met with a pam-
jyl accident in crossing the icy
pavement. The old gentlemen lost
his footing and fell to the ground
cutting quite a gash in his forehead,
which necessitated some patching.
His condition is notconsidered serious.
This should be a warning to the
business men to clean the snow and
ice from their walks.
G. P. Barton was a passenger to
Kansas City this A.M. where he
expects to meet his brother Chas
who is an expressman between Chicago
and Kansas City. Also his son E. E.
Barton who is a brakeman for the
Missouri Pacific. Mr. Barton will
be away several days and C. W.
Clark will attend to the wants of his
customers while he is gone.
The Stiteses, our newly wedded
druggsits arc busy as bees, and as
happy as doves getting settled in their
new home and their many friends
join in wishing them much happiness,
health, wealth and properity.
Plattsmouth, Neb., Jan., 11, 1910.
Sealed bids will lie received at the
office of the County Clerk, up to noon
on Mnoday February 7th, 1910, for
county printing for the year 1910, as
Printing Treasurer's report.
Har Docket, Per Case, Other pages.
Notice to Contarctors.
Call for Bids Etc.
Printing Commissioners Proceedings
D. C. Morgan,
Ed. J. Keats Here.
Kd J. Keats, formerly of this city
but now of Lincoln was in the city
a few hours yeterday. Mr. Keats
resigned his position some time ngo,
and is now traveling engineer for
the Nebraska State Railway Commission.
REMODEL MILL AFTER
Add New Machinery and Improve
ments Mill Second to None
The Wahoo Mill company, Mer
chant Millers, of Wahoo, Nebraska
have by their honesty and fair dealing
built up an enviable reputation for
square dealiug as well as for the
manufactury of the best flour on the
market. Their Forest Rose flour
has been supplied to their Plattsmouth
customers for the past five years,
and of which it is said, none better
is made. Those who have tried it
invariably call for the same again.
The company has just remodeled
its milling plant after a disastrous
fire, putting in much new machinery
making the mill practically new through
out, adding many valuable improve
ments and making their mill second
to none in the state. The company is
better equipped than ever before for
carcing for the wants of its customers
who demand a number one grade of
Remember to call for the "Forest
Rose" flour, which will be handled
by .dealers who formerly sold our
flour in Plattsmouth.
Wahoo Mill Compcny.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska, Cass County ,ss
In County Court
In the matter of Estate Mary A.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
creditors of said deceased will meet the
administrator of said estate, before me,
County Judga of Cass county, Nebr
at the County Court room in Platts
mouth, m said county, on the 9 day of
February 1910, and on the 12 day of
August 1910 at 9 o'clock A. M., each
day, for the purpose of presenting
their claims for examination, adjust
ment and allowance.
Six months from the 9th day of
February 1910, are allowed for the
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims, and one year for the ad
ministrator to settle said estate, from
the 9th day of February, 1910.
Witness my hand and seal of said
County Court, at Plattsmouth, Nebr.,
this 14 day of January, 1910.
(SEAL) Allen J. Beeson.
78-8 County Judge.
Notice to Pay Up.
In the most friendly manner pos
sible 1 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 coming 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 and 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
70&75 t-f M. Fanner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP CASS
UUUINTY, i KlillAHKA.
In tlie Matter of tho Estate ORDER
of Waelav (called Junius) To SHOW
Krowlik, Deceased. CAL'SK.
This rauso came on for hearing on the
petition of Will J. Htrelght, administrator
of the estate of Waclav hrowlck.-dis-cascd.
praying for license to sell Utl HI, being the
west, nair oi tne nest nair or Mouth Kast
quarter of North West quarter of Ncc.12,
Twp. 1-'. Rge. 1.1 K. In Cass county, Nebraska
or a HiilRrlirt amount of the same to bring
the sum of $!H.U5 for the payment of the
costs of administration, there not iM'Ing
sulllclent personal proMTtv to pay the same.
It Is therefore ordered that all person In
terested In said rMato apcar before me at
the District Court room In Plattsmouth.
Cass county, Nebraska, on the 2lsl day of
of Keby. 1010, at 10 o'clock A. M to sliow
cause why a license should not le grunted
ti said administrator to sell so much of the
above descrUs-d real estate of said deceased,
aa shall lie necessary to nav suiil debts soil
expenses. It is further ordered that this
order lie published In The Sr mi H trkty rw
HtraM, a send weekly newspaper published
.1 lll.lt.nw.ll, 1 ........... X ... l.
for a perlisl of four weeks next prior to the
date of said hearing. Dated this 10 day of
HARVEY D. TRAVIS
Judge of the District Court
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska,
ss. IN COUNTY COURT
In the matter of tho ostato of Mary Morgan
Notice la hereby given that tho credllori
of said deceased will meet the administrator
of said estate, beforo me, County Judge of
Cass County Nebraska, at the County Court
nsini in Plattsmouth, in said County, on the
I'.tth day of February lltIO and on the Ti
August 1010 at 10 o'clock A. M., each day.
for the purpose of presenting their claims
for examination, adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for tho creditors
ot sain devcased to present their claims, and
one year ror the administration to settle
said estate, from the llith day of February
Wltnesa my hand and seal of said Countv
Court, at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, this 2
day of January Hi 10.
ALLEN J. HEESON
(Seal) County Court
Not li e la hereby given that the annual mr
Ing of the Stockholder of the Iliirlington A
Missouri River It It Company In Naliraska.
will he held In Plattsmouth, Neb., at 10 A. M.,
Kelt. iit. 1 010.
The meeting will he held for tho elertlnnof
nine Directors for the company to serve during
the nurlng year, and for the transaction of
such oi her business aa may legally ouiun be
fore VT It W. P. Durke,
In the District Court of Cass
David C. Cralir. Plaintiff,
Delia M. Henry, formerly Delia M. Clark; Prank
J. Clark: Wallace II. Clark; Jennie K. Clark,
since lutermiirried with A. J. Anderson; Clin
ton S. Clark: and all other perxoni or parties
unknown, claiming any rlghl, title, or I me rent,
In the real estate descrthed In plaintiff peti
tion, and their mikjiown heirs defendents.
To all the above named defendents, eieept
Krunk J. Clurk. and Jennie K. Clark, now Inter
married with A. J. Anderson, defendents.
You are hereby notified that theatiove named
plaintiff, did on the thirteenth day of January,
A. D.. I0IO, tile bis petition In the office of the
clerk of the district court above named. against
you and the other defendents above named the
object and prayer of which Is to quiet the title
to tne Ka-st one-half K 1-1! of the Northeast
Uuarter(NK 1-4) of Section Twenty-six (-.11) and
the South one-half of the Southwest Quarter
(Sl-S SWM) of Section Swenty-three, all in
Township Twelve 1 1S north of range Nine
in i Hsu i ouniy, ixeDrasxa, in nun tne sum
plaintiff for the reason that Dluintlff and his
grantors, the dcfctidcntR named, who were the
wile and only heirs at law of William W. Clurk,
deceased, late of Cass County, Nebraska, hav
ing been in the open, actual. visible, continuous,
peaceful exclusive, notorious, adverse, undis
turbed, and undisputed possesion of all the
said real estate descrllK'd for more than twelve
years last past, claiming title thereto, paying
the tines on the same as they became due anil
puyable, and making valuable Improvement
thereon, and for a perpetual Injunction for
bidding all of said defendenu from claiming
any right, title, interest, or estate, In or to
said real estate and premises described, or
interrupting nm use anil occupation thereto.
Plaintiff prays for a decree ouietlng the title
to said real estate In him, and for other relief
that equity may demand.
lou are reuulred to answer said netltlon on
or bi'fore the Twenty-Unit day of Febuary, A
Dated January IS, 1910,
David C. Craig.
77 8 . Plaintiff.
HVOH A. MYERS,
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
Notice I hereby given that hv virtue of
a chattel mortgage, dated the 24th day of
February, 11MIH, ami duly tiled In the ofllee of
the County Clerk of Casa County, Nebraska,
the 2,rth day of February, Ihoh, and executed
by Whim llroa., Charles L. While and Paul
A. White, partners, to K. 8. L). Voorhoa.
ymcnt of the sum of Two
Thousand Four Hundred anil Seventy-One
and 70-KM) Dollars (S2.471.70), and upon
which there In now due the sum of Two
Thousand Three Hundred am! Ninety Dollars
(f 2,3110.00). default having boon made In the
payment of said um. and no itilt or other
proceeding at law having lioen Instituted to
recover said debt, or any part thereof:
THKKKFOUK, I will aell the property
therein descrllied, to-wlt: stock of hardware,
furniture, tinware, stoves, shelf goods,
everything carried In stock in the store known
aa liarr liuildlng. In the village of (irven-
is County. Nebraska.: also all Im
plements twine, fencing, store fixtures In
said building, and In basement; also all notes
anil book account taken fur sain or said
stock, at public auction at the Harr llulldlug,
In the village of Groonwixxl, County of Cass,
State of Nebraska, on the 31st day of Jan
uary, 1U10, at 3 o'clock p. m. on said day.
. U. VUUKIIEKH,
IN THE COl'NTY COURT OF THE
COUNTY Or CASH,
In the matter of the estates NOTICE
of Samuel McFaddon, OK
Margaret M . McKadden. HEARING
Charlotte M. McFadilen,
Laura Mcradden.ahd Harah
O. McFadilen, deceased.
TO A l.h PERSON 8 1NTERESTED.-
You are hereby notified that on the
22nd day of March. A. D. 1 1110 at o'clock
A.M. there will lie a hearing iiHin the accounts
of the Administrator and Pel I Hon for final
settlement In said estates and distribution
made thereof, and that all objections thereto
must lie filed In this Court before said hour
or hearing on said day.
HO-B ALLEN J. HEESON
Byron . Clark and County Judge.
nm. a. MODeriaon.
Attorney for Estates.
,' LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Nebraska.
as IN COUNTY COURT
In the Matter of the Estate
of William Henry Edgerlon,
To all persons interested In said state:
You are hereby notified that the ad
nilnistratora of said estate have filed their
final report and pel II Ion. In this court, pray
ing that their account be allowed, said
email's settled, and the administrators dis
charged, and the residue of said assigned
according to law. That a hearing will be
had upon said report and petition before this
Court at Pint turnout li, In said county, on the
11 day oi renruary, twin, at v ociocic a.m
and that all objections, if any, must lie filed
on or before suld day and hour of hearing
Wltnefi my hand and the seal of the
County Court of said County this 24 day
or January, iuiu.
SEAL. ALLEN J. I1EESON
0-tJ County Judge,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Rtato of Nebraska.
ss. ' In County Court,
In the matter of tho estate of Potcr ituuen
Notice is hereby given thut the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator
of said estate, before me. County Judge of
( ass County, Nebraska, at the County Court
room in I'luttsniouth. in snld county, on Jan
uary 2Mh. 1010, and on July :lth, HI III. at
U o dock a. m. each day, for the purpose of
presenting their claims for examination, ad
justment anu allowance.
mix monins mini tne L'litn nav or Jan
uary, IUIU. are allowed ror the creditors or
said deceased to pn-sent their claims, and out
year Mr the ailinlnlstrator to settle suli
estate, from the 2Wh day of January. Hill).
Witness my hand and seal of said County
Court, at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 2'.ub
day of December, KHIII.
(MKAL.) ALLKN J. HKEHON.
74-81 County Judge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska,
M. In County Court
In the matter of the estate of Caroline Ratten
Notlve Is hereby given that the creditors
of said deceased will meet the administrator
of said estate, before me, County Judge of
Casa County, Nebraska, at the county court
room in riaitamouiii, in sam county, on
January 2th. 10IO. and on Julv :il)lh. 1U10. at
U o'chs-k a. m., each day, for the puriiose of
presenting tneir claims tor examination,
adjustment anil allowance.
Nix months from the 21M h day of January,
1010, are allowit! for the creditors of said
deceased to present their claims, and one year
tor tne aiiministrainr to settle sunt estate
from tho 2llth day of January, 11IIO.
Witness my hand and seal of suld Count j
Court, at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 2'.n
day of DeeemlMT. I (MM.
(SEAL.) . ALLKN J. IlKKSON.
And be Happy J
WANTED Woman to do laundry
work. Good wages, apply at once at
PRICE REDUCED AGAIX.M.E.
parsenage, 8 rooms, bathroom, barn,
two lots, price only $1400.
d-80.w-S0x H. B. Windham.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.two
fine cottages, good repair, well located,
'or particulars call at office.
Windham Investment k loan Co.
NOTICK. Wc have over fifty improved
Plattsmouth properties, also many
acreage tracts. Lull at otlicc tor
Windham Investment Loan Co.
HAY FOR SALE.
Is going up every day. I have a
car load for sale at my barn. Now
the price is $12 per ton.
80-2 Sam G. Smith.
See- Plattsmouth Succeed stamps
at Daily News office. Leave your
order at once.
HATT & SON
Eggs and Cream
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I have worn W. L. Douglas shoe for tha
past alx years, and always find they ar far
auparlor to all other high grade shoes I n aty la.
comfort and durability." W. O. JONE8,
119 Howard Ave., Utlca. N. Y.
If I could take you into my large fac
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoet are
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
r AITTION-8c that W. 1.. IViug-lsa tinme and pnoe
UJitainprd on the liottnrn. Toke . Miilistltitle.
If vntir rimlflr rannnt tu nn with W.I..IIouulftlRhoa.
wrtutur Mail Order Cslslos. W.l..luualai, Uiocktou,
On sale every first and third
Tuesday in each month to every
part of the Southwest.
Hugh Norton, Agent.
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