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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1910)
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In Front of Fanger's Saturday Night, March 19, Between 8 and 9 o'clock
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MB DOINGS OF OUR NEIGHBORS
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II. E. Satehell moves off of the
Thomas Sullivan farm onto a farm
near Eight Mile Grove.
Will Hutchinson moves off of Perry
Marsh's farm onto the Sullivan farm.
Zjck Aldcn moves onto the farm
vaiated by Will llutcliison.
Alvin Jones leavis the Mark White
farm ai.d moves onto the Tarn farm
mur Plattsmouth and l.emon Batcds
moves onio tie .!aik Wliite farm.
William Raikes lius sold his farm
Teddy Banovs and has moved
vwi east of 1 ni n.
T Mv Hmvous hiiS come hack from
South Dukoia to occupy the farm he!
has bought winch van once the farm
of II. M. Holmes.
Joi n Wyatthns moved olT of the
John Hull farm and gone to Wulthill
Knos Moreland moves onto the farm
vacated by John Wyatt.
Robcit Fitch, Jr., moved off of the
Martin farm and noes to Plattsmouth
to work in the railroad shops.
Mr. J. H. Langhorst of Elmwood
was doing business in WabaBli Tues
day. Mr. L. R. Stanley went to Omaha
Tuesday to attend the Merchants
State Association. He repcrts as
having a good time and a good it-presentation
oi the merchants throughout
M. 1. R. R. claim adjuster made
VVabnsh a call Thursday and settled
with Chas. Ward for the four young
killed a short tune ago
recovering for same $'SS.
Mrs. Henry Murhn hail u severe
ot heart trouble inurauay
Geo. Hess called the doctor Mon
day to sec one of his children which
In order to get rid of every winter hat in our store so as to make room for our new
Spring Millinery, I have decided to take this drastic means to dispose of the above
mentioned stock. Previous to this Conflagration Sale I will inaugurate a Graduation
Sale and it will be conducted in the following manner: Commencing at one o'clock
noon Saturday I will place on sale every winter trimmed hat in my store at 98 cents.
Every hour the price will drop 10 cents. Here is how it will be done.
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This sale is commenced at one o'clock in order to give the ladies from the country
a chance to participate in the greatest Closing Out Sale of Millinery ever conducted
by a store in the State of Nebraska. I want to impress upon the minds of the ladies
the well known fact that the feathers, flowers or other trimmings on these hats are
worth three and four times as much as is charged for the entire hat the hour when the
the sale opens. I positively will not carry over one of these hats and do as is done by
some dealers push them oft on the public a year from now as new creations in mil
linery. They will be burned in plain view of the public that all who SEE may know.
Big Bon Fire Sale
they think has an attack of pneu
mcnia. Tailer Richards of Lincoln came in
on' he 10:25 train Monday morning.
Chailcs Muifin has been visiting
his parents for a few days returning
to Ithaca Mon-!ay..
Win. VanEvcry came home irom
York Co. Thursday and alls been un
der the doctf is care evei since. Peun
monia is the trouble.
Mr. Chas. Ward found one f his
two year eld colts Monday noon in
n ditch that runs across one coiner of
his pasture, the ditch being about
fifteen feet deep with perpendicular
banks made it somewhat of a puzilc
how it got in. Rut it was no puzzle
to seven or eight then how it got out.
The Indcpendant Telephone men
are putting the line in order now in
and around Wabash.
Wairen Richards says he is ready
to hit the high places as soon as he
can get his machine put together'
Mi. Ray Norris and wife drove
into Wabasli Saturday evening re
maining until Monday morning. Ray
always puts up at the hotel when he
comes to Wabash.
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Mrs. Geo. Peceison is visiting her
daughter at Brock, Neb., this week.
Mrs. Alphius Adams and daughter
of Lincoln came down Friday to visit
rola lives. 1
John Rcoi returned Friday from a
tiip through western Nebraska and
eastern Colorado where he went to
look at land but he was not very
favorably impressed with the Color
ado land and did not invest.
Otto Lau of Weeping Water spent
Sunday with Warlcy Smith:
Percy McAllister drove to Elmwood
Sunday morning to visit fi 'lends.
Mrs. W. P. Yoho and son Darwin
departed for Utica Fiiday to visit
friends returning Sunday night.
Mrs. Kd Williams was ill a few days
G. J. Reitter returned from Indian-
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of Millinery Saturday Night, March the
ola Fiiday. He brought with him a
number of thorough bred hogs which
he purchased at a sale in Central City.
Lura McTall who is teaching in
the Lincoln schools came down Satur
day to spend a couple of days with
Mrs. Winklepleck, was a Lincoln
Misses Jennie and Stella Olson weie
passengers to Kim wood Saturday morn
ing returning un the noon train.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Price were Lin
coln visitors Saturday.
Howard Mick is suffeiing fronm a
badly sprajued band sustained while
Miss Ella Southcrlund of Elmwood
spent Saturday und Sunday with Mrs.
Mi. and Mrs. Art Remaley spent
Sunday with relatives at Elmwood.
Miss Norris of University Place
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Miss Barbara Robotham of Lincoln
visited relatives here Saturday re
turning home on the evening train.
Mrs. Henry Stall and Mayme Price
were Lincoln passengers Monday noon.
Win. Warner departed for Arcadia,
Neb., Monday where he will take
charge of a farm.
Geo. Smith came down from Lin
coln Fiiday and is making some im
provements on his property formerly
occupied by Cliff Wright.
The past week of sunshine is making
all nature smile. Also you will no
tice a different look on the face of
Mynard people, let us shine on.
Mr. Mike LuU, "our worthy path
maker" surely lias made a path lead
ing in and out of town, that is highly
appreciated by the traveling public.
Come again, Mike, you and your
road drag, are welcome any old time.
Chas. Jean has commenced plow
ing new ground for corn.
Win. Stokes lias departed for his
new home in Canada. Elsie and Ray
mond accompanied him. Mrs. Stokes
will visit her mother and sister and in
the near future will join the family,
Mrs. Laura Johnson visited with
her father and sister at Murray the
Win. Gillispie our grain and stock
man made a business trip to St Louis.
He reports a profitable trip.
We are of the understanding that
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Miss Maggie Bengen has changed her
name and moved her place of abode
south of Murray. Mynards all join in
Roy Stokes visited with Dwight
Propst at Immanuel Hospital last
The smiling face of Nelson Murray
can once more be seen on the streets
of Mynard. He will farm the place
of Mr. Long's recently vacated by
Win. Stokes. We are glad to welcome
Nelson and family among us again
after an absence of several years in
Willie Propst has returned home
from his college work in York.
Grandma Jeun is not so well as her
many friends would like to see her.
Mrs. Win. Richardson is visiting
in Plattsmouth with friends and sis
ter, Mrs. Rentier.
Mrs. II. Iiestor visited W. B. Por
ter and family Saturday.
We are glad to announce the im
proved condition of Mrs. Ed Wiles,
so recently sick with pnuomonia
Mont Robb went south on the eleven
a. m. train Saturday.
Miss , Bookmeyer passed through
town enroute for Plattsmouth Friday
evening. Miss Rookmeyer is teaching
school at eight Mile Grove.
Edna and Mayola Propst went
to Plattsmouth Saturday to take the
Burlington for Omaha where they will
do shopping and visit their brother at
Carl Cole returned from York col
lege w here he has taken a commercial
course and music during the winter
Corn Proves Good.
John Mcisinger, Jr., a well known
farmer from the neighborhood of Cull
lom, was in the city today, and in a
conversaytion with a News man, said
he wasn't worrying about his corn
not growing. It has been rumored
around that as much as sixty per cent
of the last year's corn could not be
used for seed.but in the tests made by
Mr. Mcisinger, about ninety-five per
cent of his corn was fertile. Mcisinger
planted the seed, i ceo "ding to the di
rections issued by the commeicial
dub, of eighteen ears that he had
raised on his own farm, and of the
eighteen kernels tested, all but one of
The Eastern Star will hold a St.
Patrick's party at their rooms in the
Masouic temple tonight.
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Kansas is happy.. Walter Johnson
the pitching prodigy, who was bom
in Ilumbolt in the Sunflower state
is returning to the home of his boyhood
and Kansas rejoices.
The Oinahu management is trying,
so it is stated, to get Red Fisher re
turned from the St. Louis club. Red
has been putting up some good ball
since joining ti n St. Louis club and
it is doubtful whether they will let him
go. We can hardly see what the
Omaha management would want of
Fisher. Last year as soon as it be
came known the red htaded fielder
had been sold to the big league club,
he slumped in his work and so openly
that the public was not slow in its
condemnation. Should he come lack
to Omahu what assurance has'the Om
aha team that he would not be in the
dumps all season on account of his
being set back.
George Graham, the popular Omaha
player who has been out of the game
two seasons on account of a bad knee
has had an eastern specialist examine
the spiained member and has come
back with the assurance that with
careful woik, he may be able to get
into the game again this year. This
will be good news to the players and
fans of the Western, for Graham is
a clean player and well liked.
The Lincoln park will have many
improvements this year which will
be greatly appreciated by the fans.
One will be a ladies rest room near the
entrance to the grand stand. Other
improvements being made will make
the grounds of the Antelopes the best
in the league.
John I. Rodgers, who formerly
owned the Philadelphia base ball
club died Monday from a stroke of
apoplexy caused from riding a horse
oo ttrenously. He was at Denver at
7 to 8
and 9 O'clock
Ov Tn thti
the time of his death and the body
will be shipped to his home.
Sioux City ought to be in the game
with such a line-up as this:
Pitchers Freeman, Burnett, Alder
man, Chahek, Burkhart, Linn, Kass
Catchers Tow ne, Miller, Morriar
ity. First base Stem.
Second base Andreas.
Third base Welch, Beers.
Outfielders Neighbors, Fcnlon, Is
bell, Stovall, Campbell, Prendergast,
President Fairwealher snys there
will be some changes which will look
even better than the above.
Is Marriage a Failure?
Have you joined the Once-a-week
Club meeting every Friday night at .
the Parmele theatre If not you hail
better get busy, and be initiated into
the realms of high class dramatic
entertainments that are bting held
once a week in this city. When thi
Grew Company first proposed their
one night a week visit to this city in
high class productions, many doubt
ed the success of the pain, claiming
that the public would tire of seeing
thp same facts every week. From
the attendance at the return engage
ment of this company last week,
claim was disproved beyond a doubt.
On next Friday March 18 at the Pur
mele theatre, the William Grew play
ers return for their weekly visit,
in the latest New York and Paris
success, "Is Marriage a Failure." a
three act comedy by A. Plaudet,
and adopted from the French by
A. Daly. Every member of the
popular company has leen cast to
Back from Teias.
E. H. Bendei, an old friend of the
editor of the Daily News is in the city
in the interest of a Texas land nron-
osition. He will give a lecture Friday
night in which he will illustrate with
lantern views of the lands. It will
be an interesting meeting and people
ought to attend whether they are in
terested in Texas lands or not. for
from it one will gain some information
about the Lone Star state which the
probably would not discover othey
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