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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1906)
Notice to Creditors.
Ctati; or Nkiika-h . i
ss. 111 (V.imy Court.
ii tti matter oflliet-st.it' of Tl.oi: is Lull
li i 11. ilt-ovttseU.
Nollee Is liervliy trHrn tlmt tlie -r ' i 1 1 . r of
said il'i will nitfl tlir !iuii'.sirirlx
with will iin-ol of kitUl cstitiH. U'forti uie.
i-ouuty JmlKf of Cuss Coiiiuy. Nebraska, m
llie con lily court room In I'lat Isnioiuli. In kh.1,1
county, va tlie Setli iluy of April. ItMs itml on
the Will ly of Sfptt-nilitfr. IWnl Ht lu oYlmk
a. m., eli ilay, for the pur none of presenile
their cluiiiik fur eniutnutlou. atljusiuienl ml
tix months are allowed for the creditors of
Kald dto't'ant'd to present their I'lultiis. anil
one year for the administratrix with will n
nexed to settle sulil estate, from lb UUt day
of March. A. 1). I'.Mi.
Witness my hand and teal of said fount
court, at riattsmouth. Nebraska, this Mill
day of March, iwni. Uahvet 1. Thavis.
lntAU County Jmlire.
In the county court of Cass county, Nebras
ka. In the mutter of the estate of Christina C.
All persons Interested In said estate are
hereliv untitled that a tietltlon has been filed
In sulci court ullcitliiH' that said deceased died
leaving no lust will and priivinn for adminis
tration iioii her estate and that a lieiirlni?
will lie hud Uhui said petition before said
court on the lutli day of April, l'.nii. at :!
o'clock p. in., mid that if they full to nppi ur
at said court on said luili day of April, l'.uii. at
J o'clock p. In., to conleM s.i id petition, the
court may urunl tlie same ami '.'riind admin
istration of suld estate to Car! Auis.ist John
sou or some other suitable i.ersoii and pro
ceed to a settlement thereof.
llAKt'LY I'. Til vi.
.March J'j. 1 . (.'"'liny .l.:n-'e.
Nctica to Creditors.
Sta I r. or Ni:i:ii iska.
In County Court.
In the mutter of the estate of Andrew C. l'rye
Notice Is hereby civen that the creditors of
the deceased will meet the administrator of
suld estate, before inn. fount v .Indue of Cuss
county, Nebraska, ul the county court room
lu I'liittstnotith. in suld county, on the lieili
day of April, I'.nni. ami on the iMnil day of Hep-
teiulKT.A.D.lisKi.at 10 o Vloelc. a.m. each day for
the puriMise of present Iiik their claims for ex
umlnation. adiiistmeut and allowance.
Hlx months are allowed for the creditors of
said deceased to present their claims, and one
year for the administrator to settle said es
tate, from the IMh day of March, WW!.
Witness mv hand and seal of said county
court, at I'lattsmouth. Nebraska, this JOth day
of March. r.KJti. iiahvky ii. iiiavis.
Lseai.1 County .Itnle.
Notice of Probate of Will.
In the county court of Cass county. Ne
In tho mutter of the estate of .tnhti West, de
All persons Interested In said eslate are
hereby notltied that a petition has been tiled
In said court, praying for the probate of a
certain Instrument now on Hie in said court,
purporting to lie the lust will and testament
or sum ileeeuscil. unit tliul a lieurim; will lie
had on said petition before said court on t lie
Hth (lay of April. 1 :of'ti. and that if they full t
Hppear at. said court on the said 14th day of
April, 1!K. atllloclock a. in., to contest the
probate of suld will, the court may allow ami
probate suld will mid train udininlst rut Ion of
suld estate to Josephine West or s me other
suitable person and proceed to a settlement
lin reor. iiahvk.y i iiiavis.
Ikkai.1 county .Indue
"YTOTICE S IIKKKIIY (ilVKX THAT TIIK
undersiuned has tiled us petition us re
mired bv tlie stutiites of the Slate of Nebras
ha with the city clerk of the city of Platis
inoiith. Nebraska, reiiiiesilnc a license to sell
malt, spirituous ami vinous l!tiors for the
comliiK municipal year in tlie huiidiiiu situ
tiled on lots eleven and twelve ill and IS)
In block twenty-seven tSI) In the city of
I'ltANK C. I'.KMKH.
March STth. Kwti. Applicant.
VCnCK IS IIKKKIIY CIVKN THAT TIIK
undersigned has tiled his petition s re
quired by the statutes of tlie Stale of Nebras
ka with "tlie city clerk of the city of Platts
tnolitl . Nebraska. reiuestln' a license to sell
mult, spirituous and vinous llipiors for the
coininir municipal year in the building; situat
ed on the east nulf ') of lot three i.U lu
block thirty-three (111) In the city of I'lutts
niouth. Nebraska. Cl.At s SrKi'K.
March Slst. hmii. Applicant.
VOTICi: I HKIIKIIY CIVKN THAT TIIK
undersigned has tiled a petition as re
ipilred by the St unites of the St a I e of Nebrus
ka with the city clerk of the city of I'latts
mouth. Nebraska, teiUe-.t lim a license to sell
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors for the
corn I Hi! ti i '. 1 1 1 1 ' ' I o I year in the building' sltuui
d on the east half ('.) of lot three d:i !n
block tblrtv-three Cl'l) In the city of i'lutts
motith. Nebraska. I. Si'ti k.
.March slst. 1'in;. Applicant.
VOTICK IS HI KKHY lilYKN THAT Till".
uiuler-lu'iied lias Hied Ills petition us re
quired bv the statutes of the Male of Nebras
ka with 'the cliy clerk of the city of I'iatts
mouth. Nebraska. reiucst liu' a ii 'eiise to 1
malt, spirituous ami vinous liquors for the
I'oiniiiir inutile Ipul year Inihe biul.ilic.' iiimt
ed on lot sl (ill lii blo.-l. Ihirty-t in a- ii.il In
the city of I'liiUsni'Hi1 b. Nebrassu.
1 ' 1 1 i.i. I on inn. r.
Mur.'li l!ith. IHW. Appllcatit.
"VOtlcr is hrrrhy given that Orrintr & Co.
have tiled their ietltlon as required by
the statutes of the K'ale of Nebraska with
the city clerk of the city of riattstnontli. Ne
braska, requesting a permit to sell malt, s ;ilr
Itous and vinous liquors for medicinal, me
chanical and chemical purposes for theoom
liifr municipal year In the Imiltlinir situated
on the west half (w1) of lot twelve (IS) of
block twenty-cliiht (,'s) In the city of I'latts
mouth. Nebraska. UKHINO At Co..
March SSd, I'.KKi. Applicants.
VTotlce l hereby given that A. T. Fried lias
s Bled Ills petition as required by the stat
utes of the State of Nebraska with the city
clerk of the city of I'lattsmouth. Nebraska,
ropiest I mt permit to sell malt, uplrltous and
vinous liquors for medicinal, mechanical and
chemical purposes for the conilmt municipal
year In the building situated on the east half
(H'i) of lot elitht (S) of block twenty-clKht (SHI
n the city of I'lallsmouth, Nebraska,
A. T. I'll i eh.
March !. 19M. Applicant.
Votlce Is hereby given that F. 0. Fricke & Co.
A' have Hied their petition Ms required b
the statutes of the State of Nebraska with the
elty clerk of the city of I'laltsmotith. Ncbrus
ka. rcqiicstlnit a permit to sell malt, splrltous
and vinous liquors for medicinal, mechanical
and chemical purposes for the comiiii; muni
cipal year In the bulldliiK Hunted on lots one
(I) and two (St In block thirty-six ) In the
city of riattsmouth. Nebraska.
K. (. I hii ke ,V Co
March SS. 1!W. Applicants
Strength to Weak Men
H.MWI HrM r.r IDtt lMf. . . .
Th wwui .iiior's n iior irnnu in pnTii.
mriil.l anil nrr funri ni'ii of ntnl.llle'i. enerity na
urrwuisl iiiu irtl.tni llif truet p "t iD-rtis t mnlu",l.
Tn mnun tii In nm nr. ris'ii"H l ""!. liUijr
M'. "Iili h irnwpticHfiirfiilliletl"iniMit,
ptrrm Nmyioon mn tr. ciim mi'.
Cure Nnu D.smtr. fiillnl Hirr. mi
Mil. r..lrtl. l..pU..n. ""'I '""', iTmililMaun
ti'nwr w.irk, wurrv, .iiiol. mil. ur vl.-li'll. I'l'lt".
wio'rli ii. Iii"liliv iii,iislinl ri'i Di xwlisl nfrvM.
V uiir liir"""'"- Iiii'ki' t Iri'i.
I Tier at iii Int. M furlMm. i"tl't, lia B'le
Hiiro In rifiii'l If ll"t cirisl i r l.nmMH-l. ....
f irrCR KlDICAt 0CITICN, CHItAOO. U. .
Foi SaV bv Gor-' c- Co.
IN LOVE WITH THE
tCoryTlKht.l'.u'.ly Mffbnv. rhilllps & Col
"Well, Ati. r- ami iri't on jour Sun
day iuit aiiU trcaso y.mr balr uuA
"She's co uic, und she's Just ouclios."
"Tbo new achoolma'nm?"
It lad become known thnnicUout
School district No. 3 that a new bcIkhiI
ma'am would take hold on Popt. 1, and
It bad leaked out that she was youni;
and pretty. She would Inmnl around,
as all schoolteachers do tn the country,
but would put !a tfce first two weeks
at tho homo of Farmer Uo.x, where
Abe Itotsfortl was blml man.
jLbo vns twenty-flve years old, as
steady as (rrnndfathrr's clock and ns
timid as A girl. JJB bad lcen almost of
A mmd to run nwny for those two
WCt'k9 and only thft fact tlmt tho fann
er wna not roellnfC 'well and the work
vrai drMmflntl kept lilm from poliiu.
Tho day bad been set for the teacher to
arrive and a ncllihor had driven over
to tin railroad town and fetched her
In his htifrwi-. Aho wad ci'ttin' corn
nhmj; n roadside licld wln n Un iiei!i
b:ir siui'tied and addressed him us
aliove. It was t o'cl ick In the afier
uoon and sujiikt would n "t he ready
until (!. Those were l.iiij and unenni
fortahlo hours f.ir A he. lie realized
that he was homely, ungainly und tm
cultivated, and the Idi-.i of meet in;' a
real youtin lady and havini; to nit at
table and converse with her set his
heart to pouudlni;.
"Yon comb your hair, put on a col
lar and n coat, and I'll introduce you,"
said Mrs. Hoss. "She's a pirl that
shines over any one lu this county for
looks, hut sho won't be snippy. You'll
Just he plad that sho came. I'm fat and
homely and don't know beans when the
bag's untied, but sho Just put her anna
around my neck and kissed me when
she came, and I feel as If I'd known
her for a year."
Aho would rather have had six of his
front teeth pulled, but it was all over
In n few minutes. She called him Mr.
Rottiford and began asking about farm
work, and in ten minutes the thump
ing of his heart had ceased. When sup
per was through and he went to the
barnyard to milk sho followed hitn and
asked many quest ions,
Aho felt that he was living in a dif
ferent world for the next two weeks,
nnd when Miss Ilatllo Messinore went
to board with another family it seemed
as if she took all the sunshine with her.
It was then that tho hired man discov
ered that he was in love.
Abe was da.ed and frightened by his
discovery. lie didn't hardly dare to ad
mit It to himself, and not for tho best
farm In the state would he have put
anybody next. He loved the pretty
schoohna'am, and he knew be loved
her, and yet when he thought that to
get her for a wife he must some day
stand in her presence and tell his love
n cold shiver went up bis back.
There is always more or less tr mlilo
for tlie country selnohna'am. Then?
were three "big boys'' in district No.
who set the rules nt defiance. There
were three or four fanners' daughters
who were Jealous. Then' were parents
who thought the teacher showed par
tiality. There were two widowers and
three young men who wanted to marry
her. Mie v. i ut the even tenor of her
way as well as she could, but as the
weeks slipped past and her troubles
diil not diminish she she 1 tears.
was sun to iviuru to Tanner
to board for ano'her two weeks
when Aho drove past the sehoolhouse
o;:o day and stopped to give her a nies-
1 .10 pupils ini'i gone, aim sue
il :ie and crying. The young
heart swelled at sight of her
It als i swelled with indignation
when she told him of her tribulation.-'.
Then he furg.it who he was, bis timitl
i;y v;,ni-hod, a great courage took pos
sess! m of his soul, and ho asked for
the right to protect her.
lie never could recall the words he
used, but she understood. She brushed
away her tears, gave blin her band and
then talked to Li tin like a sister. She
painted out things to him that hurt,
and yet in their hurting ho bad to ac
knowledge that they were facts. She
spared him all she could, knowing what
a big, honest heart be bad, but she
made bhn see that morrhige between
them was Impossible. When be left her
be bad beeu dealt a bard blow, and yet
be said to himself that She .was the
very best little woman in all this
Few men can face a woman after
finding that their love ba9 been lu
vain. At least they must have time to
get over tho hurt.
The schoolma'aiu bad no Idea that
Abo would take it so seriously, but be
went home to give notice that he should
go away In two weeks. Then be took
the trail. The widowers and young
mcu who were buzzing around the girl
were cither knocked out or had to give
tbelr solemn promise to boul off. The
Jealous girls were told that they were
red beaded, cross eyed nnd freckle
faced nnd eouldu't even tnko third
place, and tho parents who were com
plaining of partiality were given rec
ipes for a certain ailment common to
children in tho country who do't wash
often, enough and who eat too many
. It .was on rxcltlug two weeks. In
turit particular community tho old
farmers almost forgot to predict a bar.
jvlntcr. Then on tho day before she
jlVnS jo rcto.ru b Fanner Itoss' tho
ScLooIma'ara received n scrawl nt the
JiantliTiOf uJ Of. Lor pupils. It read:
fiiwlckcT tho hull cnbooillo of Vm,
6Ui!ft they Won't' Ittaka S-ou nny moro trim
blA Anithl.1 Is ta Inform you th.it I nm
Well hnj liflpo you ore tho sntne, I nm
roliv wcrt'to fltO'InJflns. Cooilhy. A. 15.
How He Get His Start
A young loan who had luivii d. b! fa
ther the day la-fure opened a safe iu
which the family papers v. ere Kept,
took out a tin box und, on raising the
cover, saw on top of the pile one ud
dft'sscd to himself lu his father's hand
writing. Ilrvukiiig the soul, be mid:
"When, my dear son, you receive th
shock iu store for you contained In thin
pupor I shall be removed from nny re
proaches you may feel like cum: lug ujv
ou uie. I have always lutciuhsl to tell
you what I om telling you now. but
as you grew older and our wealth in
creasiM I shrank from doing so. Know
now, my son, that the father whom you
have always loved and reverenced was)
once a common trump. My father
would make a farmer of me or appren
tice me to a tradesman. 1 had n i fancy
for either occupation. What I was fit
ted for was then not apparent, and tbo
result was that I was cousldeivd fit
ted for nothing, and this was partly
my own opinion. One day, frenzied fit
the restraint and humdrum life of u i
saddler's apprentice, I broke away fiM'!
him and became a trauip, !
"O.ie I'.vht I was steaii'.i::- 1 wMl 1 J
could Use some oilier word a ride tin-,
dor a ear on an express train, when tip" j
breaks were applied suddenly and llic !
train came to a quick slop. 1 heard i
several shots ahead and surmised th it
tho train had been held up by robber.
I was under the front end of the smok
ing ear. liehiud were tlie passenger
cars, next before me was the baggage
and express ear and next the locomo
tive. Two men, whom I could see by
the dim light were masked, passed rap
Idly from tho front to the rear cars. I
let myself down and ran Into the wood
close beside, the track. The ground
was higher on that side, and, going
forward, I could look right Into the lo
comotive. "The engineer was lying dead on tho
cab floor. A masked man stood be
tween cab and tender, leaning out and
looking backward. Two men came for
ward, and I beard them tell their own
engineer that the express agent bad
been too quick for them and had lock
ed the doors of the ear. The engineer,
who seemed to be their leader, swore
at them and, pointing to a pile of ties
beside tho track, told them to take one
of them and burst open the door. Seiz
ing a tie, they begun to batter at the
door, tho engineer watching them from
the cab Impatiently. It was plain to
me that he wished to go and do (he
work himself, but dared not leave the
cab. Presently his patience? gave way
and with a smothered growl he Jump
ed down nnd ran to them.
"Then It occurred to me that were
I In bis place I could not restrain my
self from doing Just what lit? did. I
saw an opportunity for me to save the
express ear. If 1 could uncouple the
ear and get Into the cab I might run
it off before they could stop inc. It
was a slim chance, for even if I got the
car uncoupled unobserved and started
the locomotive they had only to go half
a car's length to get on the cab, kill mo
and turn off the steam. The danger
only made the plan more fascinating to
me. Within a few seconds all these
things passed through my brain, and
my resolution was formed.
"Sliding down the Incline, I got titnl'T
the express ear on the opposite side
from that on which the men were
working, though by this time they were
at the rear door. I ran along beside
the cur and stopped under the very
platform on which they were operat
ing. Fortunately I was familiar with
my position, .lust as I came beneath
them they drew back for another blow
willi the tie, which, by the way, was
hard to wovk between the two cars.
and when they pushd forw ard I reach-
ed up and seized the coupling p!u.
"Now, if cars had been coupled then I
as they nre now, It would have beeu
Impossible for me ti separate them,
Had tin? coupling pin been held by
their being Jammed together or pulled
too far apart this nlso would have
blocked my game. With the seuflllng
going on above I could not know
whether the pin was loose or tight till I
tried it. My heart stood still as, taking
advantage of the thickest of the tur
moil, I reached up and was overjoyed
that I could remove it easily.
"Now came the second part of my
plan. Dashing forward. I climbed to
the cob, threw back the reverse lever
and as gently as I could opened the
throttle. My next move was to look
for a weapon. There were Iron coal
rakes In the tender, and I grasped one
of them. It was Impossible that the
robbers should be unaware of the move
ment of the express ear for any con
siderable time. I stood with ono hand
on the throttle, tho other grasping the
coal rake, my eyes watching my rear.
Presently the engineer came running
forwanl. I cowered In the cab, where
be couldn't see me. lie had his revolver
in his hand as he came up, but, quick
as a flash, I raised the coal rake and
brought it dow n on his skull. He wni
good pluck nnd climbed Into the cnb
trj'hig to shoot me, but It wn linrd for
him to climb and shoot nt the same
time. He got Into the cnb, but slipped
nt his Inst step and fell. I gave him
another blow Hint finished him.
"I grnbbud bis revolver, nnd in tlie
nick, ot t!ta i for. the roblier Jmd.bnt
ken Into the express ciir,anroiiriif
them, passltij? through It, climbitd over
the n-.ir of the tenfler. I shot htm with
the engineer's revolver. The third ninn
was overpowered by the express nnd
"I bad saved a hundred thousand
dollars. The company offered me f.
large reward, but I asked in prefer
euco that they would educnto ino for n
railroad man. They did so, advancing
me rapidly till I nm nt this writing, ai
you know, the roiol's preMdetit."
s. nrvrnt n at.slt.
1 1 "it i t: m m:kks.
t'orreeie i weekly bv Man in & T.k.I.
i who pay t!.e highest prices fur prndua
i and guarantee vitisiaeth i::
Mutter . H,
No. I. S.s".
.11 IN M A UM'is.
IN't k Island TimkTai.u:.
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No. 37, mall ,V47 p. lu
No. .18, mail..
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No. 7i, Local.
No. tl, mail...
illy n. A. I.els.)
A. V.. I'raslier was In Omaha Tues
day. Miss Anna Towle as an cast bound j
passeiij.'t'i' Tuesday, j
Miss 1 1 1 1 1 ..f South Ilend visited in j
Willie staclietsky has ben quite '
sick tl;c Lis! throe weeks wit ii quinsy. !
Mr. :ir,i Mrs. KoliHinish gave a party
to quite a number of young folks Frl-j
When nil are in town drop in to
Martin , Tool's store ami hear some i
of the new records mi the graphaponc,
and note some of tlie great bargains I
they arc offering this week.
John Lorain was In town F riday
buying heavy draft horses.
C. J. Leisand family visited several
days willi relatives near (Jrcenwond
Oscar McDonald and wife pulled in
Friday from a two weeks visit with
relatives at I'lattsmouth and Murray.
(5. C. Melerjui gen departed for parts
unknown Monday evening.
J. T. L'vans of Lincoln was in town
Mrs. A. J. Tool Is entertaining her
sister Miss Carrie Wurts this week.
If. A. (last made a business I rip to
Lincoln Sunday, returning Monday.
Al I'cttman returned from Loone
(Jeoiyi! Lelsund family were at Kim
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Jlagcr Sumlaycd
in the country.
Anyone Interested in line horses
should drive over to John (Justin's and
see his fuiir-ycar-old (icrrnan coach
stallion, it Is one of the finest, speci
mens of horse llcsh we have ever saw.
W. (1. Ciillespie has been on the sick
list for nearly a week.
Harry Williams and II. I. Clements
of Klmwood and Kmil Kuehn of Mur
dock were Omaha passengers Sunday
viaC. K. I ; 1'.
J'rof. Kyan was in Lincoln Saturday.
I W. o. (iillcspie was a business vlsi
i tor at ( imalia Thursday.
(icorge I'l t has disposed of his fine
I driving team to the local mail carrier,
! John Karle.
I 't'l,,.,l. "'I, ,,, f ...,;i ,.i ;,
iiivi'iinii; i o i ii ik tin a mi i,i in 1 1 ji l is-i i -
cd at South llend Sunday.
otto Miller lostalhor.se valued at
?1".0 last Friday.
j I-Ouir; Helming pulled In from
i Omaha Saturday and will help dad
J farm this summer.
Louie Iieliiiing pulled
Lev. Lehman preached his initial
sermon in Murdock last Sabbath.
; Miss Mina Cocbry returned
i Malvern, Iowa Sunday after a weeks
visit with relatives In Murdock.
Mrs. J. (!oehryIand son J'aul spent
Sunday at Nehaw ka.
Mrs. 0. L. Colbert has engaged Miss
('utterson of Lincoln, an accomplished
trimmer to assist her in her millinery
Tlie street lamps were quite an
assistance In locating the dry spots
last week while on your way home
Matt Thlmgan and Kmil Kuehn
made a business trip to Ashland
L. Y. Langhorst ha sold his general
merchandise business at this place to
Will Langhorst and John Hughe, the
new Urm to take possession this week.
Henry Kohlrush will have to look for
A great number of people are taking
advantage ofthe special sale at
Martin & Tool's this week.
Don't forget to call on Mrs. 0. L.
Colbert for anything In the millinery
A party was given at the home of J.
Ciochry Thursday evening In honor of
Miss Mlna Goehry.
Mrs. Harry Williams has an attack
Master Call l'lckwell has been sick
t'ic last week but is now improving.
Leslie Hush Is down from Cedar
Ilaplds shaking hands with old friends.
Oscar McDonald and wife arc enter
taining Miss Florence McDonald of
Murray this week.
Since the Installation of the new
lock boxes at (he postoillce It has re
ipilrcd more help to run the oflkv, so
an assistant postmaster arrived Thin s
day t'lorniiig, March '-all. The little
The Land of Plenty
Kicli soil, a milil ilinuiU', ami aliiiiulaiuv of
water have trunk' South Dakota ono of tin- best
agricultural states in the Union.
The soil of Lyman County is unusually rich.
It is a black loam with a yellow clay subsoil.
The extension through Lyman County recent
ly built by tlie
& St. Paul Railway
has opened up a part of that state hitherto
sparsely settled. Land is now selling at the
rate ol from ifS to ?15 an acre, and it is ;illo
k'ethcr probable that valuations will increase
1(10 t J percent within a year. South Da
kota offers -jrcat opportunities for the small in
vestor. A book on South Dakota for two
For Free Cooks and Folders about South Dakota, kindly (ill out this Coupon
and mall today to
T. A. .NASH. (i.W. A 152 1 F'arnam St., Omaha, INcli.
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich Mack ? Use
tellow weighed eleven and one half
pounds. Mrs. Cix and the little
fellow aro doini; nleely and it Is hnped
that Il'iy and grandpa will reenver.
A sad and rather peculiar incident
occurred at the lioinii of ('has. Kisen
huts Sunday evening. The f;unily
retired in the eveninu' apparently all
in tlie liest of healt Ii when upon aris
iiiu' In the morning It, was discovered
that llieir six-mont hs-old-babe was
dead. What, caused the child's deatli
is a mystery as t here was- no mju of a
At the village election held al Mur
dock Tuesday the town went wet by a
majority of ;17 too. Thecitlzens ticket
was the only out? In the field. Those
elected were: For term of ne year,
II. A. Tool and Jacob (ioebry, sr. . j
for term of two years: II. I,'. Neite!, i
i. II. F.unleston and C. .1. I a is. The
clerks of eleel ion were: Jacob fJoohry, :
jr., and W. T. Weddell. Juds; II.
A. (Jast, W. II. Hush and William
I'Mlll Hie ller.i l.
I!oy I'.ernaid who has been assistant
at t he depot here for some time past,
left for Aurora Friday evening to in ¬
cept a better position.
Hew .1. V.. Ilouli'ate of I'iattsnioutl.
will occupy the M. ). church pulpit
here next Sunday inornniK and Kev. J.
(i. Stanard, of I'.lmwood, will preach
iu the evening.
Flhel I.eyda, who has been visiting
here with her cousin, Alleen Olive, re
turned to her home In I'lattsmouth
Saturday. Alleen accompanied her
for a week's visit.
Mrs. Fred Corder and Miss Minnie
Blair went to Omaha Monday to visit
ftlends for a couple of days. From
there Miss Blair will go to I'latts
mouth to spend a few days.
E. Uatnour, member of the State
Board of etnbalmers disinfected and
let out the smallpox patients on the
South side Saturday. No smallpox in
town and don't you forget it.
(J. II. Johnson has sold out his Inter
est In the store to hl.i partner, V. II.
Barnes. Mr. Johnson will engage In
business at Woodbine, Iowa, and will
leave next week for that place.
S. Yansen, a brother-in-law of S. M.
Ilolden, was instantly killed by a rail
way engine at York, Neb., Sunday
evening. Mr. Yanson was a former
resident of this vicinity and will be re
membered by many of the older resi
dents. Sometimes people like to keep tab
on old Weeping Water people, and
while he heard long time ago that It
was so, yet not until we verified the
report by consulting his father, did we
feel assured that Ed, Fodgc was really
and truly married In Kansas City
along last Christmas time.
Chris Johnson returned home the
fore part of last week from Ienmark,
where he made an extended visit, lie
bail a glorious time and was glad he
made the trip. lie reports the deatli
a few days before he left there, of Mr.
olson, tlie father of Andrew, l'otcr
and ( le. The old gentleman was con
templatliig a trip here to see his sons.
I he treat rule of health
Keep the bowels regular.
And the great medicine
Aver's Pills. tVm
uri r i-lK. ok hkeiii.iMiH nil H. r IUI l.A en . nhih' n
flood timothy and clover hay,
(balled) at s per ton at, my farm.
K. Ii. NicKKI.H.
Nolning will relieve Indigestion
(hat Is not, a thorough dlgestant. Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you
eat, anil allows the stomach ',o rest
recuperate grow strong again. A few
doses of Kodol after meals will soon
restore the stomach and digestive or
gans to a full performance of their
functions naturally. Sold by F. i.
Fricke & Co.. tiering Co.
The many friends of Mrs. A. M.
Holmes of Waiikrusa. Kansas, will
regret to know, that word has been
received, stating that she is gradually
sinking away, and has been conlined to
her bed during the past week.
Won't drug the stomach lo cure a
cough. nc Minute Cough Cure cuts
the mucus, draws the inflammation
out, of the throat, lungsand hionichlal
tubes, heals, soot In s and cures. A
ipiick cure for croup ai,d whooping
t'ough. It , constantly Increasing use
for many years tells of the fact of its
absolute Usefulness Slid by F. i.
Fricke - Co , Uerlng Co.
Arc Your Feet Ready
Your appearance will not
lie complete until you give
attention to your SHOES !
SHOES make or mar any
man's or woman's appear
ance. EASTERTIDE Is
the time to shake off your
old winter shoes. New
styles, button or lace, In
BLUCHERS, 6IBS0N, SAILOR
We haven't forgotten the children!
White canvas footwear this week!
REPAIRING DONE RIGHT
SHERWOOD & SON
am) CURE the LUNGS
50c & $1.00
burnt nnd Uuickent Curo for nil
THROAT nnd LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACIC.
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