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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1904)
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OFFICK-No. 112, South Sixth Strkkt
PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. MARCH 10. 1904.
TART CURB-STONE JOSHINGS
And Other Items of Interest Prepared Es
pecially tor the Journal Readers.
Mickey runs tin- Sunitiiy whools,
liluirlrli ruiik tlif lutr.
Colby runs t lit- hliuikrts
Ami, kH tl urn It, there you urc!
Any did bachelor or maid can tell
Just exactly how the matrimonial ship
People who properly observe Lent,
now buy seats in the balcony instead of
sitting in the parquet.
Lots of Christians lose much valuable
time gosslpping about the sins of their
neighbors instead of praying for them.
llefore marriage a man docs not know
whether his sweetheart's (owns are in
style or not; after marriage he doesn't
The goose that lays the golden egg is
not so much, attcr all. The hen that
lavs the old-foshioned kind is Just as
There aro about twenty-tlve maiden
girls in this town that ought to organ
ize a "llachelor Girls' club" and get
married-If they can.
Wc have noticed that there arc many
more self-made blond women than self
made men, and it is no harder to de
tect one than the other.
Did you ever notice how iilckly a
man changes his telephone voice into
a natural growl when he discovers that
it is his wife whocalled him up.
Some men here in l'lattsmouth keep
up such a contluous grumble when at
home that their wives can'tsleep when
they are gone without a dog under the
bed to grow l.
If there should lie a three-cornered
tight for mayor what would be the re
sult? Wise men figure that the law
and order league is planning for just
Some one has sent us a package of
garden seeds. Now, if that individual
will only send along some one to spade
the garden and sow the seed, we prom
ise to do the rest.
The biggest trust on earth Is the
newspaper trust. It trusts everybody;
gets cussed for trusting, mistrusted for
cussing, and if it busts for trusting,
gets cussed for busting.
There are men in this man's town
whom we run across every day who will
sit down and take a half a d;iy at a
time giving you advice instead of going
to work and getting rich themselves.
Scouts returning from the ground
hog region say he is still sound asleep.
Xothiii' (loin'. It is to be hoped that
hishogshlp will not insist on paying
interest on that six weeks of winter.
Those people who "have It in" for
the present mayor and city council,
should sweep before their own doors
before they undertake to raise the dust
before the doors of their neighbors.
The sole purpose of a newspaper is
not to boom candidates. Amateurs
who are placed in the chair of a ring
organ are likely to be led to so believe,
but the people generally think other
wise. The man who prefers the city weekly
to a home paper because "it's got more
news in it," reminds us of the man
who picked out the biggest pair of hoots
in the box because they cost more than
a pair that titled him.
Those interested in the continued
success of the Plattsinouth public
schools insist upon the retention of F
(5. Fricke and (ieorge Dodge on the
board of education. They are repre
sentative citizens and have proved
the right men in the right peaces.
Church-goers play Hindi and panic
and give tiowers for prizes. Other
folks play high the and give hand
painted china, etc. for prizes. Men
play poker for the money it takes to
buy (lowers and china. Now then,
what is what, and where are we at?
1 f you were a society leader and some
young business man should attempt to
take out the lady you are devoted to,
would you do as a Plattsinouih leader
is trying to do-bar the young man
from the social functions? This ques
tion Is as interesting in l'lattsmouth
society circles as the question, "How
old Is Ann?"
" My wife had deep-seated cough
for three years. I purchased two
bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
large size, and it etircu her com
pletely." J. It. Burge, Macon, Col.
Probably you Know of
cough medicines that re
lieve little coughs, all
cought. except deep ones
The medicine that has
been curing the worst of
deep coughs for sixty
years is Ayer's Cherry
Tm imi JJ., SV. II. Alt trattMl.
ron.iiti your 4wir. It tin lutr II.
thtit rin lit tnv. II hm lll v hot
In ink II. tlmn d.m'l tslta It. II koowi.
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J. I.'. A I Kit I II. lAiat.l, Mm,
Marston Going the Rounds.
A special from llumboMt s:ys that
"Kev." J. Forest Marston, the
preacher-crook, to whose smooth
schemes some twenty-live local busi
ness men and farmers owe their loss
of several hard earned dollars, is in t he
Jail at Falls City, having been taken
thither by order of Justice John II.
Smith, who passed upon the first case
wherein Kd Fishburu charges Marston
with obtaining some of bis coin by
means of falsely representing himself
to be agent for a responsible insurance
concern. Marston has been in care of
Constable Duugan ever since lie was
turned over to the local ollicers when
released from the Cass county Jail,
and lie appeared in Justice court with
out an attorney and was convicted
upon the plaintill's evidence, being
sentenced to twenty days' imprison
ment in the county jail and to pay
costs of the suit. The sentence is con
sidered rather light, but as there are
a number of other parties wailing to
cause Ills arrest as soon as he Is re
leased it is presumed he will not ob
tain his freedom for some time.
"Rev." Mr. Marston and family re
sided tiere some time and occupied
appartments in the 1'leasanton block,
hut little was known of the family
(luring their stay in the city.-Cage
GONE TO ANOTHER CLIME,
A. L. Cox, of Mynard, Has Left the Coun
try and Many Debts Behind Him.
About two weeks ago, A. L. Cox,
former postmaster at Mynard and
dealer in lumber and possessed of sev
eral other avocations, left his home,
apparently on a business trip. He has
not yet returned, and the indications
arc that he does not intend to do so.
lie left numerous ones "in the hole"
for various amounts, which will ag
gregate, some people say, away up into
the thousands. Ills own brother-in-law
we are informed "mourns" the
loss of about $1,000, which he loaned
the lleeing Cox. Kumors are atloat
to the effect that Cox is behind in the
neighborhood of $l.i,u00. If this be
the case, lie will no doubt get as far
away as possible from those who are
left to "mourn his sudden departure.''
The Journal is also informed that Cox
has written a'letter to his wife stat
ing that he "was gone for good," and
he would never come back to Cass
Another report is that Cox was a
regular contribute!- to the Hoard of
Trade, and that he lost most of his
money in trying the "get rich quick"
plan, which has caused the sudden de
parture of so many who arc now bask
ing in the .sunshine .of Old Mexico, or
enjoying the cold waves of Canada,
whichever climate seems most con
genial to their health.
Victory of Genius.
The human genius conquered the
darkness of centuries and threw light
on many superstitions and bad habits.
Science saved many lives, many pains
and much suffering. Disease which in
former days almost invariably ended
with death, today are easily cured.
Physicians found that one of the most
horrible alllictions, typhoid fever,
never can attack those, having a good,
healthy stomach, where the germs of
the disease are killed. To preserve and
increase the strength of the stomach,
Triner's American Klixir of Hitter
Wine is the only natural remedy, be
ing made of pure grape wine and se
lected herbs; It is very palatable, acts
as a tonic stimulent and blood builder.
l?y keeping the digestive system in per
fect order, Itaverts many diseases, like
dyspepsia, nervousness, debility, cos
tlveness. and gives to the skin a nat
ural rosy tint. The most recommend
able remedy for ladles. At drug stores.
Joseph Triner. T'.i'.i So. Ashland Ave.,
Chicago, III., l'ilsen Station.
A Rare Treut.
One of the theatrical treats of the
season will be the first appearance in
this city as a star, of Miss Isabel Irv
ing, who will le seen here at the head
of her own company, under the man
agement of James K. Ihekett, in Win
ston Churchill's dramatization of his
celebrated novel, The Crisis. Miss li v
ing's engagement will he for Saturday
night, March 12, only. She will be
supported by a company of unusual
merit, while the scenic equipment
with which her manager James K,
Haekett has surrounded her Is said to
be one or the most beautiful seen in
Colds Cause Pneumonia.
One of l he most remarkable cases of
a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, caus
ing pneumonia, is that or Mrs. tier
trude F. Fenner, Marlon, Ind.. who
was em I rely cured .by the use or One
Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The
coughing anil straining so weakened
mo that I ran down in weight hum 1 s
to !.' pounds. I tiled a number of
remedies to no avail until I used One
Minute Cough Cure. Four bottles of
this wondeiful remedy cured me en
tirely of the cough, .strengthened my
lungs and restored me to my normal
weight, health and strength. Sold by
F. !. Fricke Co.
AMONG JOURNAL FRIENDS.
A Brief But Pleasant Visit to Union, Eagle,
Elmwood and Murdock.
n Monday of last week 11. A. Hates
of the Journal, took a notion that he
would take a spin and visit a few of
the towns of Cass county. According
ly he boarded the D:4.' train on the
M. I'., making his first stop at tl ic
little city of
situated on the south border or the
county. After safely landing, we made
a direct "shoot" for the new home of
U. II. Fraus & Co., the popular gener
al merchandise linn of that village.
Mr. Frnnsisa reader of the Journal
and highly appreciates its value as a
local paper. Mr. Frans is a most
genial gentleman, and the store, of
which he is at the head, would be a
credit to any town of much larger pre
tentions. At I'nion quite a number
or new subscribers to the Old Reliable
were secured, among whom were Mr.
J. K. I'. Carper, a prominent farmer
of the vicinity; also the enterprising
druggist, W. C. Carraher, whom we
found to be a most clever and enter
taining gentleman. A brief visit was
paid to hoy I'pton, the enterprising
hardware dealer of the village, who
liked the Journal so well that his sub
scription is paid to the top notch. C.
W. Frans, a brother of K. W., whom
we were pleased to meet at this place,
became a new reader of the Journal at
the Xehawka postollice. We had the
pleasure also of meeting our good
friend, J. W. Hitman, with whom we
enjoyed a brier chat. Mr. Hitman ad
vanced Ids subscription another year.
W. W. Wolf, the "village blacksmith,"
believing that the Journal suited his
notion as a county paper, enrolled his
name as a subscriber, as did also li.
Delahney. Krc taking our leave we
couldn't possibly resist the temptation
of calling on Hrother Craves, of the
Ledger, who gave us a most cordial
greeting. Mr. Craves is giving the
people of I'nion and vicinity an excel
lent paper, and we were pleased to
learn that the Ledger is highly appre
ciated by Its numerous patrons. May
tiro. Craves and his Ledger continue
on the road to prosperity. From I'nion
the next stop we made was
where we arrived in .time for supper.
After we had partaken of refresh
ments, we hunted up J. II. Latrom,
the hardware merchant, with whom
we spent an enjoyable evening. At
this place we met Mr. J. II. Crabtree,
of I'nion, who joined the Journal's
many patrons and became a new sub
scriber. We remained over iik-hr. at.
the popular Eagle Hotel. We also
met J. Heitter, t lie popular saloon
man, who lias been a reader of the
Journal for several years. The reason
why Mr. Heitter is so popular Is that
he keeps an orderly house and has an
up-to-date saloon We called at the
Heacon headquarters a few moments
and learned from Hrother Ostran that
he was doing as well as could be ex
pected, and if anything a little better
for the time of year. May the Heacon
continue to shed Its light for Kagle
and surrounding country. The next
morning the Journal representative
came east to
( KI.MM (Mil), '
where he met many friends of the
Journal, among whom were William
Mueller, the jovial blacksmith, who
advanced his subscription another
year. L. 11. Vakiner, lumberman, be
came a new reader of the ( ld Reliable.
M r. Vakiner Is a most pleasant gentle
man, and one of the prominent demo
crats of Kim wood. His lumberyard is
one of the finest in Cass county and
he lias the credit of furnishing his
patrons with the best prices for the
inallty of building materials fur
nished. A. II. Dennison is another
whole-souled citizen of Khmvood, who
became a new reader of the Journal.
Also Mr. .1. II. Hogge, another dealer
in lumber and building material, who
basin every way, an up-to-date yard
and is doing a. splendid business. Talk
about your beautiful little cities, but
if Khnwond isn't the next best town
in Cass county, we don't know in
which direction you will go to find a
more thrifty and up-to-date town. It
boasts of many modern improvements.
is beautifully located, tine business
houses, with excellent stocks of goods,
handsome residences, and we will bet
contains as many beautiful ladles as
any town for its size in Nebraska.
From Kim wood the Journal scribe
Ml ItlKM i,
where he arrived in time to spend a
few hours among t Ik enthusiastic sup
porters or the Journal In-fore nightfall.
II. V. McDonald, tin. popular druggist,
was the first gentleman called upon.
We were more than pleased to meet
Mr. MolHiiiald, and found him to be
one of the most social and genial fel
lows we Inve ever met. lh Is now erect
ing a new residence, and when com
pleted can Just ly boast of one of the
lines! homes In M unlock. While In
Ibis enterprising village, we also hail
the pleasure of meeting II. A. Austin
and Chirley Kupke, who berime new
applicants for Journal literature. We
also met among other numerous pat
rons of the Journal who receive their
mail at the Murdock idstofllce, ourold
friend, C. 1". Lau, who advanced bis
subscription to bud: also Henry Kupke
and II. V. McDonald advanced money
on subscription. The business inter
ests of Murdock generally seem to tie
prospering, and It gives us great pleas
ure to note this fact. The Journal In
the future will always possess a warm
feeling for Murdock and surrounding
country. We believe in reciprocity in
the fullest meaning of the word, and
as the Journal's list now numbers al
most a half a hundred patrons at that
postollice, we cannot but feel very
grateful to Mr. II. V. McDonald and
other Drue friends who have Interested
themselves in extending the, cireula
tlon of the only democratic paper in
There are several other points that
w ill soon receive a visit from a Journal
scribe, and we trust our friends in the
places he. contemplates visiting, will
give him a cordial greeting and aid him
in extending the circulation of the
Journal in those localities.
DOINGS IN DISTRICT COURT
Decision in Kupke Case Reserved Until
Monday Holmes Found Guilty.
The celebrated Kupke case was fin
ished up last Saturday night, Judge
lessen withholding his final decision
on the case until next Monday. The
case attracted considerable attention
throughout, and when it was known
that Matthew Cering, employed by the
plaintiff, was to speak Saturday night.
a large audience was present to bear
the "little giant," and all were or but
one opinion -that it was a most mas
terly elloit in behalf of his clients.
hue no one, perhaps, knows how the
judge will decide, it Is almost the uni
versal opinion of those who have
closely watched the proceedings In the
case, and that is that they cannot pos
sibly see bow the judge can decide
otherwise than in favor of the plain
tiffs. One of our prominent mer
chants remarked soon after the close
of the arguments in the case that "it
would take him just live minutes to
decide the matter.'' The evidence was
clearly one-sided, and it seems some of
the witnesses brought here by the de
fendants served as excellent witnesses
for the other side.
Holmes, brought here by Detective
Malonc, charged with perjury, was
found guilty, but up to the hour of
going to press has not received sen
tence. Quite a large number of spec
tators were present during this trial.
and considerable interest was mani
fested In the progress of the same.
In the divorce case of Mattie Hamil
ton against Chas. W. Hamilton, the
court granted the plaintiff a decree as
prayed for, together with alimony in
the sum of 1,KK) and the custody of
the minor children.
A Safe Company.
The l'lattsmouth Telephone Co., the
past two weeks have sold if4,000 of
stock. No better or safer Investment
can be found. The stock has all the
stability of real estate mortgage, at a
much better rate of interest. For the
past live years it has paid annual divi
dends or 10 per cent besides Investing
a large per cent of the earnings in im
proving the plant. In less than thirty
days connection will be made with anno
phones in Lincoln which will result in
the tolls being Increased at least Iloo
We want t he largest possible number
toown stock, as each stockholder is nat
urally a partisan friend and the more
friendsanenterpri.se has the morose
cure its success. In less than li t days
theenthe authorized slock will lie sold.
For a long time the two year old
child of Mr. H. L. Mel'herson, .V.i N.
Tenth St, Harrisburg, I'a., would
sleep but two or three hours in the
early part or the night, which made it
very hard for her parents. Ilermother
concluded that the child had stomach
t rouble, and gave her half or one of
ChamlH-rlains Stomach and Liver Tab
lets, which quieted hcr'stoinacli and
she slept the whole night, through.
Twnlxixe.s of these Tablets have ef
fected a permanent cure and she is
now well and strong. For sale by all
The Turners are planning to have a
grand festival at Coates' hall, April .1
and H, There w 111 be an exhibition In
wand, dumb Mis and club drills, ap
paratus turning, fencing bouts and
basket ball games by the Imys. Ladles'
nnd young men's classes to Illustrate
the gymnastic work that Is rnmhictcil
by the l'lattsmouth Turn-Ycrcln at
their gymnasium. A complete pro
gram will lie prepared for each even
ing, and the people generally are In
vited to attend. Dancing each even
ing after the rendition of the program.
Can now lie bad in Cailleld and
Wheeler counties, Nebraska. Kxctir
sions will be conducted by o. c miliar
son, March !.", and A pi II .. Kvcurslon
will start from all points in Iowa and
Nebraska. For iates over the llur
llngton, west or northwest, apply to
your nea res', ticket agent, or address
O. Cunnats mi, Aurora, Neb,
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ij fK Peculiar Situation
K rftSdfef vs irWn Arc you numbered amonjr those who arc O
lliroivN A l':nP'd totfo to bed while your pants are V
0 'VWvV0h, l.eintf fixed? Whether you are or not makes Q
K no difference with us, we are here to sell the O
ZZ man clothes who is in such a fix, or to sell V
the man who has clothes to burn and never S
Better can kcillc u,Kn ho has eiun,h-
r . ()ur sttu'k never was more complete than
UOme in and for this Spring aml. we are exiting a ' V
V Krwit business. Easter Sunday coming rea- N
k sonably late, we figure most everybody will O
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1 MORGAN I
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STARTS FOR JERUSALEM,
James Stander Takes His Departure for
the Old Word.
.lames Stander started Thursday
morning for a trip around the world,
lie goes as a delegate to the World's
fourth Sunday School convention to be
held at Jerusalem. He sails from New
York harbor on March H, on the
specially chartered steamer which w ill
carry the American delegates.
Mr. Stander has been planning for
this trip for some months and at the
conclusion of the work of the conven
tion he will leave the other delegates
and proceed to visit all the principal
cities audi places of interest in the old
world. He expectes to lie absent about
A farewell reception was given Mr.
Stander on Tuesday evening at the
home of his brother, P. C. Stander, by
the members of the M. K. Church.
About thirty-live of his close friends
were invited and the evening was
spent very pleasantly. A two course
luncheon was served, after which Mr.
Stander told of the places or interest
which lie expected to visit.
He fore departing all joined in sing
ing -Cod He With You 'Till We Meet
Again," this was followed by a hearty
hand shake and the unanimouscxpres
sion of all that Mr. Stander might
have a pleasant voyage and a safe re
turn. The Courier has arranged with Mr.
Stander to furnish us with letters for
publication descriptive of the count ries
he visits.-Louisville Courier.
Long Distance Rates.
At a meeting of a committee of the
various independent telephone linesof
Nebraska, at the olllcc of the l'latts
mouth Telephone Company In this
city on Thursday -last, the toll line
committee, consisting or A. M. Munn,
Nebraska t'itv; C D. Clark, Sarnv
county; W. D. Christ, Fremont; J. (J.
kllarney, Auburn; A. K. Canatt, Falls
City: T. II. Kwing, Lincoln: K.C. Han
son, Falrhury; J. M. ;,., York; J. K.
Adainson, I'.roken l'.ow;T. K. I'armele
andT. II. J'ollock, l'lattsmouth, the
matter ol rates tor long-distance ser
vice was adopted and an expert elec
trician was engaged to Install uniform
toll line a para t us on all connecting
lines in the state. The Plattsinolith
Telephone company now has a large
gang of men at work sti lngluga No. 10
copper metallic circuit directly into
Lincoln and will connect with the
Lincoln independent company by
Disturbances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an Individual dis
order of the system. Overwork, loss
of sleep, nervous tension will lie fol
lowed by utter collapse, unless a re
liable remedy is Immediately em
ployed. There's nothing so elllclent
to cure disorders of the Liver or Kid
neys as Kleet ric Jlitteis, It's a won
derful tonic, and effective nervine and
the greatest all around medicine for
rundown v, stems. It disn-U Ner
vousness, Khcuiuathm nnd Neuralgia
and expels Malaria germs. Only .'.oc,
and satisfaction guaranteed by '. C,
Fi icue Co.
Cering Co. have the quality, quan
tity and low prices hi wall paper.
schools tor the
the report of the city
month ending March
liull'ner . .
Kd wards .
Lou Smith, 4 !
Mason. . .
II wksw rth
. 4 "i
Total... 1 :' i ins
Feb. 1hi;1. is H77
The enrollment to date Is 12:ili; last
The warm spring days are a tempta
tion to play truant. Parents will
greatly obllire teachers by keeping an
eye on the boys.
Some excellent map work Is being
done by the pupils in the sixtli and
The Caesar class are now prepared
to bid for the county bridge work.
They just linished Caesar's memorable
The Cicero class are enjoying the
real oratory in the defense of Arcliias.
The high school Inspector was w ith
us last Friday. We are always clad to
have the I'niversity authorities know
what we arc doing, ir It lie unsatis
factory none want to know it mine
than the teachers.
Five of our Senior ghls w rote upon
four or live or the most dilllcult sub
ject for a county certilicate at the last
examination. We are proud to n
port that no one received a grade be
low eighty and their average is over
If any or the Seniors are seen acting
(pieerly do not think them demented.
They are probably rehearsing some or
Macbeth or dodging the ghost Hint
will not down.
We want every seat in t lie church
occupied for the Mendekshon Concert.
This Is the best of the course and we
hope to make such a t-how ing that the
course will become a permanent feat
ure of our school work.
A Pleasant Affair.
A farewell party was tendered Nel
H. Kawls at the I e of Hon. I!. I!.
Windham, on Saturday evening last
by his young friends and associates.
Some forty young ladies and gentle,
men were present and the evening was
most enjoyably spent until a late hour.
Young Kawls leaves this week for
Annapolis, Maryland, to enter a pre
punitory school previous to entering
the navy. He Is quite popular among
his l'lattsmouth associates, and be
not only takes hi departure with the
lies! wishes or his young friends, but
also or many older ones for his future
good health and success.
A spi-clal Invitation is exlemdcd to
every lady In Cass county to call and
examine our line or wall paper. Then
you will say It Is beyond comparison In
price, quality ami style. Cering ,v
Co. are the largest dealers In wall
in Cass county.
WORK OF COMMISSIONERS
Full Account of Their Doings, Claims Al
lowed, Foreclosures Ordered, Etc.
Pi.attsm(u;tii, Neb., March 2.
oard met pursuant to adjournment.
1 resent Turner Zlnk, W. II. Ilannlng
and D. Hawksworth, county commis
sioners; L. A. Tyson, county clerk.
Minutes of the previous session read
and approved, when the blowing
business was transacted In regular
S. C llogenrlef was appointed over
seer of Koad Dist. No. 52. Hond and
contract of Dr. M. U. Thomas was an
proved: also bond and contract of Dr.
J. S. Miller, approved. Official bond
of Harry K. Cess, constable Louisville
precinct, approved. Otllclal bond of
A. Sutton, overseer Uoad Dlst. No. 4,s.
approved. L. M. McVey was appoint
ed overseer, Koad Dist. No. Ill The
appointment or Ceo. Pinkwnii Mnriit i
county assessor, approved. Otllclal
u..,, ..i ,,iMirge uuonin, overseer Iload
I Mst No. 17, approved. T. J. O'Day
was aopointed overseer In Koad Dist.
The county attorney was ordered to
foreclose on the following described
propert y for delinquent taxes:-Lots hi,
Hand 12, block h, l'lattsmouth city
and ots i, 2 and :, block 23, riatts
n'ou h city. H. U. Cering guarantee
ing costs for same, he having twenty
days to tile certilied check with the
The county attorney was also ordered
to foreclose on the following descrilied
property , tor delinquent taxes: The
vv i or lot l, block 4s, and the w of
lot ,, block 4s, l'lattsmouth city. Fred
Denson and James Kohertson guaran
teeing costs for the same by tiling with
w II bin twenty days.
The follow-big bills were allowed on
the general fund:
I A !-.
.yinio. Klhl.iw. salary....";: f,,,M
I. A I.vmiii. -mmc ,'
II Ihiwksworlh. sun,,) 2 "
W " "o .. . J1'"
K i: Milton. ,,. W W
'v mw" t:1"' ''rmiihw.Vrk:::::::--- i
.1 Mall. hid,,. ,i !KH.r
Ni-liniskn TH Co, uill J
.1 .1 ''liiMl'i. m- In pii'.r.'.'.'.": i ,t!
l' (' ir m ', m o ,-l,y irl"-r-. a l
i i . .! ii'nrtl I w pun iHr , . , , k,
K IMIJP.V llurtlr-tt, I...IM- (...-, , 4
t.;'x 71rt,,:u ",irl iimi.v,-v,t,-,"J
Still.- .I.iurnul a'x Vii'.Im, u.'.v.uj.Vy 3" ?
Koad district fund:
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f. A ( oalniltll " .. ,, ,' i-
r. I H,'fs ,. ,. i '
Win Kim. .. .. .. ISl
.1 II 11,-MNln .. VM
llnirv Sni ll .. ., - "
(i W Snyilnr .. .. '
W K hull .. .. m
.1 r smith - .. ,. :!' 10 w
(i M Mlnfonl .. ..
II A II 111,-L. .. " W
lO-o 1 1. 1 1 in,-, .. ., IW
W III l.l-i'.y .. - I"
w ii I'm, 7 .. .. ..
A.IM.-Nuiiwiru .. .. ',"
M Kit I .. .. "!"
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ii'ivMinl. j r.f,MH
lioard adjourned ta March i:, Met.
L. A. Tyson, County Clerk.
Hay For Sale.
I have about 1.2(H) bales of good
timothy and clover hay for sale; prlco
Hooper ton at the bam, or (10 de
livered In l'lattsmouth. Leave ordcr-i
with John Hall,- grocer In I'lattv
mouth; r call at farm, ten miles due
south of PUttsmoutli.
K. K. NK KRI..H.
"Cut Hell," the favorite clgai
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