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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 31, 1910)
From Friday's Daily.
Hiner was a
V. I). Cook, was a passenger
the metropolis this afternoon.
, . j
Fred Egengerger, Jr. called
Omaha girl this afternoon.
II. X. Dovey transacted business
in the metropolis this morning.
C. A. Wilson of Omaha was a
business caller in the city this morning
Father Shine was called to
on business this afternoon.
Frank Johnson of Louisville, tran
scated business in' the city today.
A. Kaffenberger, of the precinct,
was a Plattsmouth visitor this morn
ing. S. 0. Pittman, of Murray tran
sacted business at the county seat
T. M. Carter, departed
this afternoon where he
Harry Smith the real estate man was
a passenger to Glenwood, Iowa on
the morning train.
W. A. Cline.tiie Carpenter Paper Co.
man was a pleasant caller at the News
office this morning.
K. V. Russel, of Ashland was a
Plattsmouth visitor last evening, and
registered at the Perkins.
II. M. Sosnnichsen, the merchant
transacted business in Omaha this
afternoon between trains.
William Crissman, a former sur
veyor for the company, was in the
city for a short time today looking
after business matters.
Clarence and Albert Cotner, who
have been guests of Grant Cotner
and family for a few days departed
day for Council Bluffs.
rs. Unarlotte uoraer, wno nas
heen seriously ill for several weeks,
does not seem to imptove as her friends
would like to see her do.
L. J. Martin of Murray and Christ
Shoemaker, and daughter Miss Coia
of Nehawka were in the city today,
and made the News office a pleasant
Miss Mary Foster, County Super
intendent of Schools,' returned last
evening from a trip in the county,
where she visited several of the
t f The St. Mary s Liuuu mei i uesuay
. r yi 'it a rn 1
eveninc with Mrs. J. E. McIJanicl
there waa a full attendance, and
important matters coming before them
were disposed of. Delicious refresh
mcnta were served.
Clerk of the District Court, James
M. Robertson, sent in his first annual
report under the new law, requiring
the number of divorce granted in this
county for the year 190!). There
were ten divorces granted, and two
suits dismissed in Cass county last
Later: Mr. A. C. Peterson received
a curd from his wife this morning,
informing him that Mrs. Christ Peter
sen suffered from a stroke of para
lysis while on the street at Tilden
Monday afternoon. She was taken to
hospital where she died the next day
without recovering consciousness.
and Mrs. C. C. Kokc and
and Henry Koke, departed
this afternoon for Alliance, their
home after having visited in the city
for some days past, and having attend
ed to the settling of an estate in which
they were interested. While here
Mr. and Mrs, Koke, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Mason the
parents of Mrs, Koke.
From Saturday's Daily.
Miss Ellen Carlson, was a passenger
to the metropolis this morning.
Dr. A. P. Barnes, who has been
quite ill for' a' week was able to be out
again yesterday. '
Ed Fitzgerald was a passenger to
Omaha this nforning to visit his
brother for a short time.
licit' i he
visit relatives over !"tn.ay.
Mrs. I.u'u Hums
Plait snunilh visitor
registered at the '
of Avticn. was a
last evciiinc; mi l
II. G. WVllcnsii k, attorney from
Avoca'wasin-'tk'- iiy last evening
called here on legal business.
Charles Creuner of near Rock
Muffs was a l'lattsmouth visitor
today looking after business errands.
I Mrs. I). 15. Smith went to Henson
on the morning train today, where
she will visit her daughter over Sunday
Charles Countryman and wife of
t . .
near .vlrurrav were in the eitv todnv
i looking after business matters at the
' court house.
A. F. Ilegcngrcn, the Uurlington
bridge man was a Plattsmouth visiter
over night, departing for Lincoln
Jessup, of East Plattsmouth,
the city, todav and snout
sometime also in Omaha.
No 15 this morning.
W. A. Callop of Council Bluffs,
was in the city on Bur incton Co..
)usiness last evening, returning to
Omaha t'lis morninc.
Charles Williams of Ashland Nebr.,
returned to his home this morning
having been the guest of Peter Bates
and family for two davs.
Mr. M. E. Shaffer, who has been
the guest of relatives and friends
in the city for a few days returned
to Lincoln this. morning.
Henry Franzer, who has been
working in the locul shops for a few
weeks went to the Clarkson hospital
this morning to see his wife who has
been there three weeks taking treat
ment for nervous trouble.
George Peters of Avoca, arrived
in the city last evening being called
here on busii.;ss at the court house.
He departed for his home this morn
ing via Omaha.
Henry Smothers from Bethleham.Ia
came over this morning to get the
morning train to Omaha. He says
there is no bottom to the roads on
that side of the river.
Mrs. Judge Jesse L. Root, and
daughter Miss Alice and Flora arrived
this morning and will be the guests
of Mrs. Root's parents Mr. and Mrs.
N. Wise, for a few days.
The average dog is beginning to
understand that it is necessary to
take a peck around the corners now
days before he continues his journey.
It is a dog gone risky business for a
canine to be out taking the fresh
K. Parmele returned from the
end of the county yesterday
a pair of fine young Percheron
Mr. Parmele is one of the
best judges of horse flesh in the
county and knows a good one when
he sees it.
The matter of the final settlement' of
the estate of Christine Kuntz was
to have. been heard today, fut the
intervention of some.of of the heirs w
with objections to the settlement of
the final report, caused the matter
to be postponed until tomorrow
Mrs. Ralph Carling of Omaha was
in the city the past few days the
guest of her brother Mr. Olson, the
photographer. Mrs. Carling resided
in l'lattsmouth betore her marriage
and attended the schools of the
Cecil Thomas and wife, returned
from the Black Hills a day or two
ago, having visited friends at Rapid
City and White Wood South Dakota.
Mr. Thomas and wife spent the day
in Omaha, going on No 15 this
Mrs. P. A. Barrows went to Lincoln
this afternoon to look after their
household goods, the parties who
rented the house up there furnished
moving away. She was accompanied
by Miss Sadie Gee who runs the key
board of the monotype at the office
of the Daily News, who will visit
friends in the capital city over Sunday,
Charles O. Whedon Writes.
A letter to "Editor Hub" confirms
the announcement in the newspapers
that Charles 0. Whedon, of Lincoln
a candidate for United States senator
from Nebraska. In stating his can
ditlacv Mr. Whedon rests his ci
entirely on the tariff law, which he
contends is "not a performance 'f the
party promise," und to insure "party
solidarity and nuccess" it is nceeksury
that the promise be kept according
to it; true intent and meaning.
We are to infer from this that the only
issue on which the voters if Nebraska
are to consider is Turin, simply this
and i. "thins more; Mouth the raven
!" If thi '.is what h- thinks
lie i,. mi;. taken
II lie believes he ran
nsuji- msrkctt witli single
h silicic shi'i-
lie is iiii-it'.tken a(;iin, Kvidt ht'y
n'dtdi. is making n mistake all
A !l IV
keep 'up a'
friend's at the capiral
ick-fire 'on IKirkctt fr.r
four or five months dtfore makini; his
candidacy known. The purpose now
stands revealed. In general terms it
is a mistake to endeavor to build up
one's self by tearing another person
down. If Mr. Whedon is as solicitius
for party solidarity and success as
he professes, he could make less of his
disappointment regarding the tarilT
and square his action to the ninety
percent of good that the president is
seeking to accomplish and with which
Senator Buikett is and has been in
perfect and hearty accord. So it may
be inferred that Mr. Whedon is not so
conscientiously concerned regarding
party solidarity as he professes and
that the success of his own plans arc
rather more to him than the success
of the party. Basing a verdict on cir
cumstantial evidence, which Mr.
Whedon as a lawyer must asnnt is
often the best evidence, it is perfectly
clear that this insurgent movement
and its attendant anti-Burkett de
monstration have been worked up
purely as a prelude to the Whedon
candidacy. Kearney Hub.
Johnnie Whitman Stands Opera
tlon ar Omaha Hospital Well.
John Whitman, of Nehawka was in
the city over night, having been
to Omaha where he went with his son
John Jr. to have him treated by
surgeon. The young man was
icked by a horse and had his left
i n i I 11
jaw broken and his lace cui unaiy.
Mr. Weitman took his boy to
mmanuel hospital, where Dr. Davis
performed the operation which was
very painful one. It was necessary
for the surgeon to make as incission
at the point of the fracture and then
drill a hole in the jaw bone on each
side of the fracture and put a wire
through these and draw the ends
on each side of the fractured done to
gether so the ends would knit together
and heal. Mr. Whitman remained
to witness the operation, and was
well pleased with the manner in which
was done. He says the young
man is doing nicely.
MAYOR OF CRAWFORD
IS UNDER ARREST.
Violation ol Eight O Clock Closing
Law Responsible for the Act.
Mayor P. C. Cooper, together
with the inmates of several sporting
houses, the city councilmen and three
saloonkeepers, were arrested yester
day charged with breaking the 8
o'clock and Sunday closing laws. The
charces are very serious and if con
viction is secured some of the men
involved may suffer severe penalties.
The arrest came about through the
work of a detective, who posed as a
horse trader. He trapped the prisoners
by going with the mayor and others
into saloons and geeting drinks on
Sunday and after 8 o'clock at night.
Keenest interest is manifested by the
citizens and all signs point to a town
The Ladies- Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will meet Tues
day afternoon with Mrs. Frank Shopp
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.
Has taken charge of the Wil-
liam Puis Blacksmith Shop
1 1-2 miles west of Murray.
All kinds of Fine Horseshoe
ing ana nil kinds ot Black- .1
smithing. Satisfaction gmr- t
Call on Him. t
ittsmou'h, NeJi., Jan.
., Jan., II,
,:eu nun win ne received at the
of the County Clerk, up to noon
ay February 7t b, 1010, for
uiiii: lor ;ne year iuiu, as
IVintir.' Treasurer's report.
;' liur Docket, Per Case, Other pages.
Notice to Contnrctors.
Call for Hi.ls lite.
.' Print in Commissioners Proceedings
1). C. Mdrp.n,
W. C. T. U.
The "American Suffragette," the new
organ of the suffragists, carries on its
For the long work day,
For the taxes we pay.
For the laws we obey,
We want something to say.
At the John Hopkins medical
school recently was organized a men's
eague to aid the woman suffrage
Joseph Fels, manufacturer of Fels
Naphtha Soap, is here from Lincoln,
was given a dinner in New York
.ast week and in his after-dinner
peech, he injected quite a little
woman suffrage in his talk. He be
gan by saying,"I shall speak at length
on this subject because I have been
requested not to."
Chicago is gaining rapidly in suff
rage sentiment. Philadelphia has a
dub of 700 and a Men's Woman Suff
rage i lul) will soon be organized.
T1vq Woman's Board of Missions
at its recent meeting m Savannah,
Ga. prepared a memorial to be pre
sented to the General Conference
of 1910, asking that the women of the
Methodist Church South be recog
nized i.s members of the laity. It
sets forth the immense work done
by the women mrmocrs of this church
in the South, and calls attention to
the injustice of the present situation.
The women have no vote in any
church affairs and has no control
over the money they work so hard to
raise. The women said that they did
not ask to be made exhortcrs, preach
ers, or bishops, but only wanted the
egal rights of the laymen. Governor
Patterson of Tenn. says that he will
appoint representative women on the
commission called by President Taft
to remedy the inequalities of the
Equal responsibilities and equal
opportunities should be for man and
woman. The labor question is the
problem of human life and not the
east factor of this problem is the
ndustrial life of woman. She has diffi
culties and she is powerless to enforce
aws for her own protection and aid.
The liquor business claims to pay
54 million dollars to labor annually
The manufactures alone pay 4S
times as much to labor. Which
would be for the best welfare of the
workman that one saloonkeeper loose
his job, or that twenty of his patrons
loose their jobs?
No one national movement would do
more lor the larmers oi America
than the abolition of the liquor traffic.
. I a
If the distilleries and breweries
were closed, the farmers market for
corn would not be affected. The
value of the corn used by the dis
tillers and brewers during the year
is only about one-half percent of the
entire crop. Not much money from
the liqour manufacturers is it, in
in comparison with the coin they take
over the counter
The farmer will gain by Prohibition
one-quarter the savings of 10,000.000
The liquor men claim to pay the
farmer $110,000,000 on which side
is the, profit? Increase in factory
wages resulting from Prohibition is
$280,152,958. Wages now paid in
liquor manufacturing is stated as
45,14(5,285. Make this subtraction
and see how much work and pay dor
waec earners when the liquor is
From a bushel of corn the distiller
gets four gallons ofw hiskey.
Which retail at $16.80
The farmer gets 45
The U. S. Government gets. . . 4.40
The Railroad Copany gets 80
The Drayman gets 15
The Retailer gets 7.00
The Comsumer gets Drunk
The Wife gets Hungry
The Chirldrcn get Rags
The Politician gets Office
The Man that votes license gets . What?
Alcohol blights the home, and
blights the future of the young man
and is the foe of labor, llow many
more thousands souls must be given
to this insatiate and criminal traffic
before the Public will wipe this dis
grace from the fair land
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State ol Nebraska. Cass County.ss
In County Court
In the matter of Estate Mary
NOTICE is hereby Riven that the
creditors of said deceased will meet the
administrator of said estate, before me
County Judge of ('ass county, Nel
at the County Court room in Piatt:
mouth, in said county, on the i) day (
February 1910, and on the 12 day t
Aujnist 1910 at 9 o'clock A. M., cue
day, lor the purpose ot present in
their claims, for examination, adjust
mcnt and allowance,
M months from the !ith day of
Ftbiuarv 1910, are allowed for the
cvciiilors i'f mi it ! deei-nsed topic
tlicir claims, and one vear f-ir the
miiii-tralor to s; tt!c said t f ." t v. from
t!ie i'th day of I'tbruary, 1!)I0.
Witness my hand and seel of said
('oui ty Court, at I'lattsniouth, Xtlr.,
this 14 dav of Jani-.ary, I'.tlO.
(SKA I J Allen J. llecsoti.
7M-.S County Jude,
In the District Court ol Cas
lMln M. Ilftirr. fiirim-rlv PHI M. Clark: Krunk
Uiirk: Wulliii'f II. l 'lark: Jennie K. i'lurk.
Ini'i' iutrrinurrint with A. J. Amlcrmm; I'lllt-
n S. Chirk; ami nil other nfrwiiis or purlieu
unknown. Haimiinf uuy rUthl. tltli'. or Intert'st,
In tlir mil i'siuti ili'M-rltinl in plaintiff' iicu
timi. ami tiu'ir unknown licit iU-fi-nilt'iit.
To nil Uic iihovo tiamril Ot fi'iiilriils, rict'iit
run k J lark, uinl Jennie K. (lurk, now Inter-
luarrltil Willi A. J. AmliTsnn. (Icfrinleiils.
You urn liercliv luitllleil Unit theuliove imnifii
pialniut. diil nu I In' tlnrtti'iith iluy of January.
I)., Iilio. tile his iH'tllion In I lie ofllru of the
lerk of ihi district court uhove niiiiied.iiKiilnst
on uinl I ln other iIi h ihIimiIn iiIhivi" nuincil the
iji'ct uinl in iivi'ruf wlili'h Is tooiilcl the title
to the, Kikst niH'-hiilf I K. l-'.'l of tin- Northeast
yuui-ter(NK 1-4) of 'Section Twcnty-sU (Jtl) uinl
the soiiili ont'-hiill of the .southwest IJuurter
(SI-2SWI-I) of Section Swenty-llirce. ull In
Township Twelve l. north of ruiiue Nine H
In Cuss County, Nelirusku, In him the Niiiil
plaintiff for the reason that plaint iff nml his
irrantorN, the ilefemlentM niuneil. who were the
sole uinl only heirs at law of William W. Clark,
ilcccuseil, lute of Cass County, Nehraska, hav
ing tH'i'ti in I hcniM'ii, uclual. visible, continuous.
pcuccful exclusive, notorious, adverse, iiihIIn-
turlieil. mm undisputed possesion of ull the
salil real estate ilescrllieil for morn than twelve
years last past, clulminif title thereto, pavliiK
he taxes on the same as they hecuine due ami
payable, ami niakluK valuable Improvements
hereon, anil for u perpetual Injunction for-
blililitnr nil of sukl ilcfc mlcnix from clalmiiiK
any rlirht, title. Interest, or eslate. In or to
said real estate unci premises di'serllxsl, or
Interruptlhir his use unit occupation thereto.
1'iaiutiiT prays for u decree iiuletintf the title
tosalil rial estate in him, and fur other relief
that eiiilly may demund.
i ou are risiulreil to answer kuUI petition on
or before the Twenty-Unit iluy of rcbuary, A
Dated Junuary 13, 1010.
Duvld C. Craln
77 8 l'lulnllff.
IN THE DISTRICT roi'UT OF CASH
In the Matter of the Est ale OKDEIi
of Waclav (chIIim! James) TO H1IOW
Krowlek, DtHiusol. CAUSE.
This cause canto on for iiearinir on the
IM'tltlim of Will J. NtmlKht, nilininlstrntor
it tne entail) of waclav Krowlek, deceased,
prayiiiK for license to sell Uit Nl, Im'Iiik the
Viwt half of tho Wont liulf of Hotitli Kast
uartor of INorth West quarter of Hoc. 12,
wp. it. line, i.i I-,, in i ftsscouniy, jNeliraska
' a millleiis't amount of the Name to hrimr
the mini of S!M).tl5 for the puyment of the
costs of administration, there not belrm
siilllclent personal proicrty to pay the same.
it in inerciore ordered unit all persons in
terested In Naid otato appear before., mo at
he, District Court room In rialtsminith.
Cass count v. Nebraska, on the 21st iluv of
of Keby. 11110, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show
ause why a license should not be urantisi
to said administrator to Nell no much of the
alKivo doxcrllHxi real estate of said dwasisl,
as Khali be mvessarv to nav Haiti debts and
exMnses. It In further ordered that thin
order bo published In The Stmt Wrrkly rvt
iitmiit, a mnii weekly newspaper published
ai -laiiNinouin, i unh county, iNcnruMka,
for a period of four weeks next nrlor to the
date of Raid lieariiiK. Dated this 10 day of
IIAKVKY H. TKAVIM
Judue of tho District Court
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska,
hs.;1N COUNTY COURT
n tho niatUT of tho putoto of Mnrr Morunn
Nolleo In hereby Klven that tho rnilltnm
of mtlii (Ill-eased will mint tho administrator
of Raid estate, hoforo mo, ('utility Jiulno of
ass County Nohranka. at tho Count v Court
room in I'lattmiioiilli, in mild County, on the
nun oay in renrtiury nun and on tlie i!l'
August 11)10 at 10 o'cliM-k A. M.. each day,
for tho inirpoiMj of presenllnn their rliiiiim
for examination, adjustment and allowance.
Mix monthH are allowed for thn itihIIIoi-k
of naid diseased to present their claims, and
onn year for tho administration to Kettle
said estatu, from tho llitli day of February
Witness inv hand and seal of said Cmmtv
Court. at I'lnttsnioiitll. Nebraska, thin 24
day of Junuary KUO.
(Seal) County Court
IN THK COUNTY COURT
COUNTY OK CASH.
In the matter of tho eslate
of Samuel MeKadden.
Margarot M. McKadden.
Chariot to M. McKadden.
Laura McKadden. and Sarah
Rlcl auden. deceased.
TO ALU I'KRNONH 1 .VTE RENTE D
You aro lit-rohv notified that on thn
22nd day of March, A. U. 11)10 at. 1) o'clock
A. M. tliero will lio a hearinir umin thcaccountK
of tho Administrator and i'ctillon for final
settlement in said estates and distribution
mado thereof, and that all olilecllons tlien'tn
must Ihi filed In this Court before Raid hour
of hearing- on auiu day.
Ni-n Al,l.f.. J. HKKNON
Byron Clark and County Juduo
wm. a. KoDerlson,
Altonicyi for Estuun.
us IN COUNTY COURT
In tho Matter of thn Estate
of William Henry KdKurUin,
To all persons Inti'rosted In said Rtato:-
You aro hereby notified that tho ad
mlniNtrators of Raid estate have filed their
final report and petition, in this court, lira
ItiK that their accounts ho allowed, said
estates settled, and tho administrators dis
chanted, and tho residue of said assigned
according to law. That a hearing will he
had upon said report, and petition licforo this
Court at I'liittsmouth, In said county, on the
ll day in retiruary, luiti, at u o clock a.m
and that all objections, if nnv. must In; filnl
on or I x 'fore said (lav and hour of hearing
Wltnon my hand anil the Real ot the
County Court of said County this 24 day
or January, iuio.
HEAL. ALLEN J. REESON
SO-0 County Judge
Notice to Pay Up.
In the most friendly manner pos
sible I desire to notify all who are in
dehted to me in any amount that I wi
expect a settlement of their account
at the time of the cominrz pay day. It
is absolutely imperative that all bill
be paid and no further notice wil
be Riven, ll you owe me in any
sum, you v. !ll avoid additional ex
nense and legal difficulties bv callin
upon me at the time specified. If
owe you, present your lull anil you
will pet your money. Austin I say
that this is positively the last notice
70A-7.1 t-f M. ranger.
.'. f )
And bo Happy
WANTED -Woman to do laundry
work. Good wages, apply at once at
PRICE REDUCED AC1AIN.M.E.
parsenage, n rooms, natnroom, ham,
two lots, price only $1400,
d-Ni.w-K0x R. 11. Windham.
MUST HE SOLI) AT ONCE.two
fine cottages, good repair, well located,
for particulars call at office.
Windham Investment & loan Co.
NOTICE. We hnvc over fifty improved
Plattsmouth properties, also many
acreage tract, vail at oiiico lor
Windham Investment & Loan Co.
See Flattsmouthy Succeed stamp9
at Daily News office. Leave your
order at once.
Noll ce In hereby (liven that tho nnnunl niea
Inir uf tho SiooklioliliTN ot tho niirllnirtiin &
Missouri River R R (.'nmimny in Noliruska,
will bo held In I'luttxiiiouth, Neb., Bt 10 A. M
Ken. !M, 1 910. , .
Thn meeting will be htiUI for tha clectlunof
nine Directum for the company to Nerve iliirlnif
tho eiiHii inn year, uml for the trunsactlon of
nich other bulneh it may Ifirally come be
fore Wit W. 1. lurkn.
HATT & SON
Eggs and Cream
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I hav worn W. L. Douglas shoat for tha
past sis, years, and always find they ar far
suparlor to all other high grade shoes In style,
comfort and durability." W. O. JONE8.
119 Howard Ave., Utica. N. T.
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.
r AtTTlON-flrc ttiat W. I.. HookIm nnnwsnd prtee
Is Mamput on III bottom. 'Fakr ha Nulotltiitv.
If your rtiMiler rnimoi tit ymi Willi W UIoiiirlMilip,
write (or Mail OrUct CiiinloK. W.I.. Duuiilm, liiocklou,
FOR SALE BT
On sale every first and third
Tuesday in each month to every
part of the .Southwest.
L' - ' .1 w i i V 1 I aVvH
Hugh Norton, Agent.
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f f it '
I WMi&2lF JigX.
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