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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1906)
ral-l nroinal will t rtvelHl liy the
County VWrk nf lawoounty oiior U-fur rnui
tlw :mh day of m-ivmln-r, iwi, for furiilMiiiiir
II tullowlnir Hooks, lllank ami Matloiwry for
kalu county uurtiia' 11m- year 1. :
CLASS A rUMJKS
l-fnulr mfd, Appearance lHvkrt, primed
1-fuulre Died, Mortirmr Record, printed pair.
1- ., .nt-lliwoun luviird, plain.
2- 8 Monti nite Ibvonl, plain.
. . Vommlviloiieni Record.
2-8 .. .. iHrd liei-owls, printed pas.
1-f ,. m Hond Uncord, printed ptne.
1-x ., Court Journal, prliiu-d bead.
1-H ,. Marrlaife Kecord, printed paw.
1-8 ,. ., Chattel MortKairr Index wllhlu-
1-8 quire mrd. Treasurer'a Cash Book, printed
1- 8 quire nied. Fee Book.
2- f . Double Cap Tax Lixta, printed head.
1000 Llthoaraplied Warrant!!.
1-8ciulre med. HellrxinentTax Lint.
36 Chattel Mortcave Kile, numbered.
12 1807 Nebraiika State Htatutc.
Indexed for any of the aUv txioks perheet.
CanTas Cover, leather corner, per book.
I'atent Back, per book.
00 oll Books.
25 I'oll Rook Envelopes,
25 Ballot Sack.
v CLASS B STATIONERY
Arnold' Writing Fluid, per quart.
Blymer'a l'eiu, ler irroim.
I'enlioUlent, cork tlim. per dozen.
Legal Caps, numlered, per quire.
Kanford'H Superior Mucllaire. pcrtiuart.
Hanford's Library 1'anU. & ounces, per doen.
Pyramid Plus, per dor.en,
' Kalier'a No 375 Pencil. ier irros.
Meplil.sto Pencils. No x7, ier irros.i.
Klectlon Pencils, ler irross.
Kutilier Erasers, No 102, iier dozen.
CLASS E BLANKS
Full Sheets, per 500.
Half Sheet per &U0.
(Juarter HlieeW, ler 504.
hitrlitli SheetM, per aim.
Postal Cards, printed one side, tier jW.
Postal Cards, printed two sides, imt HkI.
Note llonds, per 500.
Letter Heads, peratiO.
Enveloiies, No OH, ier 500.
Enveloiiea, No 10, per 500.
Separate bids must lie made on each class of
Kimnlles In the estimate.
The Comlssloners reservt the right to reject
Anv or all bids.
Bids will le addressed to County Clerk and
marked proposal for Hooks, Blanks and Stationery.
Bidders mu file good and sufficient tiond
for the faithful erformanceof their contract.
Bids will be oiieiied the first meeting in Jan
uary. V. E. HllSKNt'KANS.
(ItjrG. A. Lela.)
Corrected weekly by Martin A Tool.
who pay the highest prices for produce
and guarantee satisfaction:
Cream No.1. 2tic: No. . Sc
Horn 5.(10 to to 74
Cattle lioo and 3.50
Corn 31 andpl V
Rock Island Timk Tablk.
no. 41, mail 8:15 a. m.
No. 15, local 8:55 a. m.
No. 5. mail 3:00 p. m.
no. 37, mall 5:53 p. m.
No. 90, freight 12:30 a. m.
No. 38, mail 10:55 a. m.
No. 76, Local 1:14 p. m.
No. 6, mail 2:35 p. m.
Frank Krecek will take notice that on the
20th day of N'ovemlier, 1WW, M. Archer, a Jus'
lice of the peace in and for Cass county, Ne
braska. United an order of attachment for the
sum of (50.50, In an action iiending Iw-fore him,
wherein Kraft Clothing Co. Is plaintiff, and
Frank Krecek, Is defendant, consisting of
money In the hands of the C. B. Q. Railway
Co., Garnishee, haslieen. attached undersald
order. Said cause was continued to.lainmry
ilrd, HK)7, nt V o clock, a. m.
Swan Benson will take notlcethaton the Itltli
day of Noveinlier. IIUHl. M. Archer, a Just Ice of
the peace In and for Cass county. Nebraska, Is
sued an order of attachmsnt for the sum of
f'Jti.75, In an action (lending Ipeforehlm.wliereln
Mrs. llilma Nyden Is plaintiff ami Swan Ben
son Is defendant, that (imiiertyof defendant.
consisting of money In the hands of the c H. A:
J. railway Co., Garnishee, has lieen attached
under said order. Said cause was continued
to the 5th day nf January, im'.at tio'clock.a.m.
Mits. IIii.ma Nydkn. Plaintiff.
All persons Interested are hereby notified
that on the Mil day of liecemlier, A. I., liHi,
Josephine West, as the executrix of the hist
will anil testament of nnd widow of John West,
late of Cass county, deceased, tiled her petition
with the county court of Cassoounty, ((raying
for a final settlement of herai'counts as such
executrix and the assignment by tills court of
the res due of said estate to such persons as are
entitled by law thereto.. That a hearing will
)e hud on said petition III tilt' county court at
Plattsmouth at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the I2tliday
of January. Hi7. anil Judgment rendered
thereon. By the Court,
lUitvET P. Travis.
Iseai,. County Judge.
, NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CASXXZ' I" County Court.
In the matter of the estate of John P. Stint
ner, deceased. Notice Is hereby given t lint the
creditors of sah deceased wll meet the KM1
cntorof said est me. liefore me, County Judge
of Cass County, Nebraska, at the County Court
room in Plat tsmoiit h. Ill said I ouiity. on tin1
,'rthdayof January. A. P., M'7, nnd on tlie.'iili
dv of .Inlv. A. II.. Ili7. nl lOo'clts'k a. m.,enci
day, for the puriiosc of presenting thelrclaims
forexmiiiiiiillon. nil lust ineiil and p.llowaui'e.
Six months, from July 5, limT. ait' allowed for
the creditors of said deceased to present their
claims, and one year for the hxis-uior to seme
sulci t-slute. from the sot i Hay or ueiocer. a, i'
Witness myhanil nnd seal of said County
Court, at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, thlsiu'tn day
of Peeemlicr, ll. ItAltVEV n. i kavis.
1skai.. County Judge,
In County Court of CassCounty. Nebraska.
Inreestnteof Jamesi No,,.e to CredltoiN.
Allison, deceased. I ....
Notice Is hereby given that there will be a
hearing on claims against the estate of James
Allison, deceased, at my office In the City of
Plattsmouth, County of Cass, Nebraska, on
January 'Jiith. H'7. nt M o'clm-k, a. in., and on
June 'Juh. 1007. at Oo'cloi'k a. in., and Hint nil
claims not filed liefore June JOtli. I0U7. will Is'
lmrnxl from imrl li'lnnl lllL' ill Sllill estate.
llnted this Kith day of lleeeinlicr, A. P.. l'UHl.
By the Court.
lUitvET P. Travis.
hKAl,. County .luclgi
Notice to Creditors.
AT"OFF.nRASKA, l , n Cmlllty CoUI1
In the matter of the estate of Frank W. Eaton,
Notice Is hereby given that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administratrix tif
(.aid est ale. liefore me. County Judge of Cnss
county, Nebraska, nt tlie county court rinn In
Plattsmouth, In said county, on the I.Mh day of
PeccinlM'r. A. P.. Hunt, and on the I5th day of
1 ...... a 11 mi? mt iii i,vl,MU 11 111.. eiich dnv,
for the punsise of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the creditors of
said deceased to present thelrclaims, nnd one
year for the administratrix to seme sain es
1 me. from the loth 1 BV 01 .ovemoer, n. i.
Witness mv hand and senl of said County
Court, at Plnttsmouth. Nebraska, this IHth day
of Novemls r, ihi.
IIahvet P. Travis,
IttKlJ County Judge.
ToSallle A. Young: Von will lake notli-e.
that on the awh day of November. llMLWasli
A Vouiiir. nlaintllT. filed his iietltlon In the
iiisiri,-t sinrt of Cass county. Nebra.ska.ngalnst
you, theobjei-t and prayer of such pet It Ion Is
to obtain a divorce fmin you on the grounds of
extreme cruelty and desertion.
Votl are required to answer said (M'tlllon on
or liefore the Mtli tlay of . I miliary. lii7.or Judg
ment of divorce will 1m entered In favor of
said plaintiff, as prayed for In this Mlllon.
li.i.ul 1 lit liili ilsv nf Novetllls'r. 1011.
Wash A. Vot'Mi, PlalntlfT.
In Con ntv Court of Cain County, Nebraska.
In il.,i matter of the eslale of Maniuls I..
White, dn-easetl. All liersons Inleresleil In
il.a alaive eslste are heiehy notified that Wll
Ham lieles IVrnler. administrator dn Imuiiis
non wllh will aimexetl of sulil iniate tins tinsi
his is'tlllon for final settlement or stattaie,
inavliig that his final n
proved and that lie be til
I.U trust .
You are hereby notified that a hearing will
ls had on said petition on the Mth dav of I
cemlier. A. P.. Hs at lit o'cha-k a.m. at the
Jim Crawford was in our burg
II. A. Gillespie was a Lincoln visitor
II. A. Tool was an Omaha visitor
0. II. Kniileston has returned from
his tour of the west.
Mrs. II. MacArthur is visltlnir In
Omaha this afternooD.
A. J. Neitzel and wife returned to
Chadron Friday evening.
II. V. McDonald transacted business
at Omaha last Thursday.
Louie Huge of Avoca visited rcla
tlves in our burg Tuesday.
J. T. Evans of Lincoln transacted
business in Murdock Monday.
Mrs. S. W. Ham pulled In from
Wausa, Neb., Monday evening.
Dave Thimgan returned from bis
two weeks visit at Sutton Monday.
Albert Zlerott was a business visl
tor at Louisville one day last week.
J. J. Gustin shipped a car load of
hogs to South Omaha Tuesday night
Miss Lena Smith returned to her
home at Havelock Saturday evening.
Mrs. Jay Embury, of Weeping Water
visited MrsrWm. Rush over Sunday,
Arthur Rikll and son Lorenz return
ed from their Oklahoma visit Friday
Mrs. C. Mooney and son, George,
transacted business at Onwha Satur
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs
Andv Schllefert Saturday, December
Miss Carrie Wurts former principal
of our schools has a position Id the Mc-
A party was given at the Goehry
home Friday evening In honor of Taul
and Max Goehry.
Chas. Hill and Lem McGinnls of
Smith I'.end. transacted business in
our burg Friday.
Gus Wendt, Ed. Obernalte and II
P. Dp.hninir are visiting in Dawes
connty at present.
Fred M. Cox came down from Oma
ha Saturday evening and spent Sunday
under the parental roof.
Mr. and Mrs. August Kuehn visited
with Ado D i Kuehris Tuesday who
lives down near Louisville.
Miss Mamie Schewe departed for
Lincoln Saturday evening for a visit
with her sister who lives at that place.
The O. II. Eggleston elevator
chariL'ed hands again Monday, we
haven't learned the new firm's name.
C. Gurr Is hauling rock, which is to
be used for the foundation :or nis
tine residence which will be built here
in the spring.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Mc
Donald Sunday, December , rJOb, a
hriirht-eved baby girl. All concerned
are doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Neitzel enter
talned the whist club Thursday even
ing. Dainty refreshments were served
and a good time was had.
Miss Mary Foster, of Union; has
been engaged to act as principal of our
high school and will take up the work
about the first of the year.
Erhart Goehry came down from
Omaiia. Saturday evening and visited
relatives and friends In this burg Sun
rid return nn Monday morning via
Amj .-.- 1-
the C. B. & Q.
John Amuwert left Monday for a
visit with his parents,
d red pounds. The animal arrived lo
good condition Wednesday morning.
Early Monday night a west bound
special freight on the Rock Island was
wrecked near Albright. Five cars
were derailed and some were derail
Ished;andas a result traffic was de
layed for about ten hours. J. J.
Gustin bad three car load of stuck In
the local yards and was compelled to
take them back home and will ship
some time In the near future.
A bold attempt at burglary was com
mitted at our sister town of Wabash
on Saturday night. It seems that the
fellows commenced work rather early
as thsy held up Howard Brown, while
on his way to town at about eight
o'clock Id the evening. They searched
him and relieved him of his loose
change, then sent him back home. He
Immediately telephoned to Wabash
and Informed the citizens of what had
transpired and the populace armed
themselves at once and laid for the
crooks who were discovered In a store
at about eleven o'clock and Instead of
surrounding the building the would-be
heroes stayed In the street and shot
through the front door of the store
and of courso the burglars climbed out
through a rear window and made good
their escape. Spence was called up
from Louisville with his blood hounds
but failed to make any wonderful dls-
covcrles as to clues, and the search was
given up, as the fellows hadn't time to
secure any plunder.
Shotguns, rltles and plenty of am
munition can be found at II. L. Ase
mlssen & Son's.
RUSH AT THE POSTOFFICE
ra i Tl
BUY it MW
THIS is the season when everybody commence to
look around for their fall and winter clothing.
The early buyer usually nets the choice of the
new styles, and the best tfoods. We would there
fore surest that you
Call at our Store
Early in the
Wm. Noilly 8
and let us show you the many new things
have in Men's and Hoys' Clothing, and everything
tneir wearing annarel Irom shoes to the hat.
.... - .
t i-.ii.:. 1 . .
wur mie mis season in every department is much
larger than ever before, and we earnestly request
you to call and "look us over."
The Best of all Holiday Gifts is
EDISON PHONOGRAPH ON VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
Big Christmas Congestions Anticipated In
Suggestions to the Public.
Through the Bee the postoltlce
olllcials offer the following suggestions
for shiDDinu packages by mall, which
should be heeded by those in TlattS'
mouth and vicinity who contemplate
sending Christmas presents by mall.
Do not enclose any written matter
In Dackatres that are expected to be
mailed at merchandise rates. Other
wise you violate the law and may get
A sufllcient number of weighers will
be In the postolllce corridors near the
stamn room to accommodate an
Better have too many stamps on the
package than not enough.
Mall your packages early.
Register fall valuable packages, as
you will then be apprised of their safe
arrival at destination. The reglstery
fee is but 8 cents.
Be careful to tie the packages secure
ly and thus avoid possible loss of contents.
Write address on the, package wrap
per. J)o not reiyuponaiag. lagsure
liable to be torn off in transmission.
Use the utmost care In addressing
packages. Use ink where possible and
write the address plainly.
Write your return card on the pack
Be sure and make inquiry at the
stamp window of the postage required
and, procuring it, stick the stamps on
the package yourself.
Have the packages weighed at the
nostolice. Do not try to guess the
We care not how you suffered, nor
what failed to cure you. Hollister s
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the puni
est, weakest specimen of man or wo
manhood stronir and healthy. 3o cents,
Gerlng & Co.
"Hi Mmwi Vmc'
EDISON AND VICTOR RECORDS MAKES YOUR FRIENDS A NICE XMAS
Presents. 35c, 60c and $100 Each
From Missouri, of Court
Some of the many "champion" corn
huskers will have to go some to equal
the record of George Mead, who husked
3,000 bushels in 241 days, an average of
1J21 bushels per day for the whole
time. This record was made a short
time ago on the McCarthy farm a few
miles south of here, and the figures
are absolutely correct, as we have
them from John McCarthy, who set
tied with the "lightning husker" for
the amount of corn mentioned. George
Mead Is from Missouri, and the man
who thinks he can beat his record will
have to show him. Union Ledger,
Lone Tennessee Fight
B'or twenty years W. L. Rawles, of
Italia. Tenn.. foucht nasal catarrh. lie
writes: "The swelling and soreness In
side my nose was fearful, till I began
who live near applying Bucklcn's Arnica Salve to the
Louisville, Kentucky, but first he will
visit friends In Missouri for a couple or
weeks ere his trip to the sunny south.
We were figuring on a goose for
Christmas, but there has been lots of
chicken stealing of late and all poultry
raisers have oiled up their shot guns
en nnr cnancv iut kww ' .
The man? recent burglaries, so near
here, have aroused a good many of our
citizens and the result Is that they are
sore surface: this caused the soreness
and swelling to disappear, never to re
turn" Best salve in existence. 2Tcat
F. G. Frlcke & Co., druggists.
A. U. Mayfleld Hits It Rich.
The World-Herald has the following
to say In reference to a former Cass
county boy, whose parents resides at
Louisville, and who was formerly en
gaged In the newspaper business
that place: "A. U. Mayllcld, a
mcr newspaper man of Omaha,
i..n ! iiaiKii ami m- rca(y for business at my old time. So now a rising mining king of Colorado,
naiiy tiL-h.twMi fmm ;ltcrnpts at burglary had better has struck It rich. A few months age
ho rinna nn the o. T. or there will be
ami all iK-rxmii intn"toi rr ' t.il v. O. Schewe was in South Omaha
uliow rano, If anr tlp hari, out n,,,l.i . . ji. . .1,,1, .nl. nf tm
o . im k .if .ii dar. win th cr " i r- Tuesday attending a stock sale or ine
!Jt" ? "! EM.'.1!!! ".Ml-. V.7 khnrthorn -breed, and while there he
Wliiimmr hand an1 tlm wal of tv .ijnt.y
conrtof t'awrtiuntjr. Nrliranlta, tills Uiilajr
of oi,miifr, A. l.. ifw. .
IhiauI (.ountr JuiUt.
ourchased one of the finest sbQrthorn
bulls we have ever seen. He Is a two-
year-old and weighs over twehe bun-
a mining company at Idaho Springs
Colo., and of which J. F. Manning,
former Omaha man, was secretary and
treasurer, gave Mr. Mayfleld a 110,000
block of stock Just to give the com
pany standing and to Induce him to
allow hla name to be used as vice
Help Us Keep Our Dog at Home
by buying your. Edison Phono
graph and Victor Talking Ma
chine and Recordsof
Remember there Is Only One I'rice
Free Concerts Daily.
We have a full line
f'Kj K ' trade, ranging in
vVf ' 1 pricee from 110 to
Bw ax's ' 'PH 50, ThcED,S0N
RED HOT SALVE CUR
VCgN IMC t
HEADACHE WHAT WILL RED HOT SALVE CURE?
Cured li 20 dilutes
Cured In one night
LUNG FEVER AND
GOLD ON LUNGS
Cured In 12 hours
Rheumatism and other Inf lamatory Diseases
yield to this powerful remedy quick. If an acid con
dition of blood occurs, use our famous Justine Tabs.
They neutralize the acid by working on the kidneys
and recovery Is quick.
NO EXCUSE FOR SUFFERING PAIN CANNOT LAST
WHEN RED HOT SALVE IS USED.
Neuralgia liicknclie, rueiitnonia, Cold in Head,
Pain in Chfht or nidi!, Lumb.iin, Sprains. Lairu; back,
Asthma, Chilblains, cm all be cured quick wlih Uyd
DONT DELAY BUT GET RED HOT SALVE AT ONCE!
Any up-to-date drugglsi will tell ymi that Ked
Hot Salve docs. All we claim for It. Don'iletblm
work olT any old t hing on you. If you are sick you
want the best. If he says he has others Just as good
he Is a back number.
RED HOT SM.VE CURES OTHERS WHY NOT YOU?
Remember Red Hot Salve
Is not the only
remedy for the
HUT THE lJKST. If your druggist can't supply
you, write us at once, Inclosing 5oc and we will send
you, postage prepaid, one full Iwx: Send money by
P. O. or express order or bank draft.
HARRIS MEDICINE CO., CORNING, IOWA
For Sale in Plattsmouth, Neb,, by Gering & Go, and F. 6. Frlcke &, Co. ,
Have you seen those fancy silks that
Dovey's are selling at lc per yard.
Floods the body with warm, glowing
vitality, makes the nerves strong,
quickens circulation, restores natural
vigor, makes you feel like one born
again. Holllster's Rocky Mountain
Tea. 35 cents. Gerlng & Co.
Dade's Little Liver Pills thoroughly
clean the system, good for lazy livers,
makes clear complexions, bright eyes
and happy thoughts. Sold by Gerlng
Si Co's Htore.
A stray horse, about four years old,
was taken up by Bert Van Horn re
siding one mile southwest of Cullum.
Owner may recover same by properly
Identifying animal and paying for
Coates' hall will be beautifully
lllnmlnatcd and decorated for the St.
Mary's Guild Jiazaar, Thursday even
ing. Don't fall to attend and see the
Your money refunded If after using
three-fourths () of a tube of ManZan,
you are dissatisfied. Return the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
your money .will be cheerfully re
turned. Tade advantage of this offer.
Sold by Gerlng & Oo's a rug store.
' C wit vl :viJi(;Tth.!onp. Pore!
Im,t Cnir iii t mo Lp. Fillino oo up. ToelU
fciiracluil r'ainteM. licw Mt uui day.
CaUbllahtd ,888. aztoa Blk. OfUHA,
l The Orlclnil Lmtlve CouRh Syrup contlnln Honey and Tar. Ail Improvement oyer all Cough,
" Lunt and Bronchial Remedies. Plemnt to the tatte and good alike for young and old. All cough
ivruoi contilninr oolites constipate ths bowels. Bee's Laxative Honey snd Tu moves the bowels
'XdconS Prepared by PINE-ULE MEDICINE COMPANY, CHICAGO. U. S. A.
! Sold at 6ERIN6 A CO S. Drug Store
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