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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1907)
T KM K LI A LAI': You will tak.- iu.tl.-e
l.kt on tl.- .ml l;,v of .January. M7. Wllllmn
l.au. i.lalntirr. tiled ,K iM-tillon in the IHstii. t
ourt of I'mi County. N.-I.riiska. airalnst you.
It. .l.j'--t nn. I prayer of u.-l, ix-tltton Istoot.-lulnaillfim-cfrciin
juiKin the t'r.nm.ls .f .-
M TI IOII.
on arr r-.iii r-l t0 answer salil i t It ion on
or x-forc tUt- lllliUy of K-li-iiary. Hm7. or
JiKiirincnl or il)v.i.-.- will Irt- ent.rxl nralnt
you. anil In favor of Mild plaintiff, ns .rayl
lor in ham M-llMoii.
Iat4-1 this :irl day of January. 11M7.
W i i.i.i am Lai
I. O. iwy-r.
Attorney for I'lalntlff.
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL.
In the County Court of Cans County.
M-anka. In tlicinatt r of t Ik-fstate of Knuna
All - i . ...
ijrrsoiiH mimtcm.-u in ail cstato arr
nrei,y notltt.u tliat a IHtitlon lias Ih- ii til
in naiu court, pray Ink' for tlif itrolmtf of a cit-
lain inmmmciii now on flic In .said i-ourt. iur-
lortlnir tola tlie last will ami U'stamrnl of
aiu HWrasHi. aiil that a lu arlnir will Ik had
on Naio iwi it ion l-ror- salil i-ourt oiitlw iwh
lay of January. A. I.. 1.W7. and that if th-y
rail to aiMar at said court on tin- I'.ithdayof
.anuary. iwi,. at Id orlork a. n.. th court
may allow and probata said will and irrant. ad-
minisirailon or said rstat' to for M. Walker.
or soni oth-r s-iiilahlf jwrson. and proi'ei'd to
a M icicnn-nt tnrcor. tlAKVEr H.'-Tkavid.
l"EAl..l County .luuVe.
All lM'i-sons Interested are lien-by notified
tl.al on tlx- tit It day of iH-ecmlH-r. A. !.. I'ni;.
.lOM-iihlii- Wt'M. aslhi. 'Xit!t rlx of the last
win ami testament of and wiitow of John West.
late of ass eoijiity. defeased, tiled her M-t it ion
with thei-oiinty nmrl of Cass i-ounty. prayiiu.'
-or a ii 11 a I sett lenient or lur u miits as stu-h
exeeutrix and t he assignment hy t his com t of I
t he residue of said est ate to siieh iiersons as ail'
entitled hy law thereto. That a hearint.' will
i e had on said iet it ion in the eon lit. v ourt at
l lattsinoiith at In o l k a. in., on t he -Jth ilav
or .laimary. Hi7. anil judgment iendered
tl.eit-on. Jy the Court.
IIaiivky l. Tkivk.
r-EAI.-l County. I tid'e,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
C ass i Virvrr,
In County Court.
In the matter of the estnle of John I . Sum
ner, defeased. Not if e is herehy t'iven that the
:r'iiioisi or said deceased will ni-et the Kxe
iifor of said estate. Ixfoie me. Count v J udiri
of Cass County. Nelnaska. at tlie County Court
room in ciat isinout h. In said County, on the
:th day of January. A. !.. lm7. and on theilli
day of July. A. I .. l'.7. at loo'rlot-k a.iii..earh
day. for the ninos of prt-x-ntint; t heir f laims
lor examlnalioii. adjustment, and allowaiii-e.
Mx months, from .Inly... I'.7. are allowed for I
T he -r'ditors of said dM'easel to present their
naims. and one year for the Kxecutor to s'tt le
said estate, from the Aitli day of Octocer, A. I.
Witness my hand and seal of said County
Court, at riattsmouth. Nebraska, this Villi day
o. lN-emoer. IIAKVEV I . J KA VIS.
Iseai.I County Judt'e.
In tounty Court of CassCounly, Nebraska.
1 n re estate of James i . ,..
Allison. de. eased. S Noti' ' to C -"lu's-
notice is nereny trtien that there will le a
hearint; on claims against the estate of James
Allison, deceased, at my otlice In the City of
I lattsmoutli, ounty of t ass. Neliraska. on
January aitli. 1!7. at !t o'clock, a. m.. and on
.JuiieSttli. I'm., at !ioclock a. m.. and that all
claims not hied liefore J line Jn h. 1W7. will U'
iiarreu rrom participatlntr in said estate.
I ated this l.tth day of IH-cemlier. A. 1 .. litxS.
Hy the t ourt.
IIahvet I). Thavis.
!eai.. 1 County Judt'e.
I n County Court. Cass County. Neliraska.
I ii the matter of the estate of Andre Welter,
deceased. All iiersons interested in said estate
;.! herehy notitied that a IH-tition has hcen
tiled in said court allcirinir that said deceased
iiied learimr no last will ami prayintr for ad
ministration niton his estate, and that a hear
ing will lie had upon said itetilion liefore said
ourt on the 7th day of January. I'.hC. and that
'f they fail to apiK-ar at said court on tlie said
7th day of January. A. !.. l'.KC. at !t o'clock a.
m.. to contest said etitioii. the court may
irrant the same and irrant administration to
Mary WetM-r or some other suitable iierson and
proceed to a settlement thereof.
Hy the Court .
1-eai.. County J udtre.
Trains Leave as Follows:
No. 2 Local express, to Iowa points.
Chicago and the east 4 :ii pm
No. 1 Fast express, daily, from Lin
coln to St. Joseph. Kansas City. St.
Louis. Chicago, and all points east
and south 8:30 pm
No. 2rj From Omaha 4 :05 pm
No. 30 Freight, dai y except Sunday. 4:00 pm
No. 6 Through vestioulwU express for
all points east 7:57 am
No. 20 From Omaha. 4:40am
No. 14 Local express, daily. Omaha.
Lincoln. Denver and intermediate
nations 7:57 am
No. 7 Fast mail, daily, to Omaha and
Lincoln 1 :ie pan
No. 33 Lcal express. Louisville. Ash
land. Wahoo, Schuyler, daily ex
cept Sunday 3:30 pm
No. 13 Lincoln. Grand Island. Black
Hills. Montana and Pacific north
No. Si Local freight, to Cedar Creek.
Louisville and South Bend, daily
except Sunday 7:00 am
No. Ik Parltic Junction 2:55 pm
No. 4 Local mail and express east... 8:49 am
Pally except Sunday
Missouri Pacific Time Table
TKAINS GOINO NORTH.
No. 105 Omaha Express 5:34 am
No. 102 Nebraska Mall 4:42 pm
No. 193 Local Freight 3:47 pm
TRAINS GOINO SOUTH.
No. 103 9:42 am
No.l0 11:59 pm
Bound Over to District Court.
Tbe preliminary hearing of C. Law
rence Stull, who was arraigned in po
lice court on a charge of feloniously
assaulting Jesse Green, was had today
before Judge Archer, who after hear
ing the evidence of the several wit
nesses, bound th? defendant, Stull,
over to the district court under a bond
of 1.0 The defendant was repre
sented by Judjre Sullivan, and the
greater part of the day was devoted to
hearing the evidence of the princi
pals to the trouble and tlie witnesses.
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths (S ) of a tube of MacZan,
you are dissatisfied. Return the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
ycur money will be cheerfully re
turned. Tade advantage of this offer.
Sold by Gering & Co's drug store.
THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
W5TAI5I50 HONEY AND TAR
It's a sign of coal satisfaction. Want
to hear the music in your kitchen?
Jbasy order coal from this oriice and
yard. The output of the Trenton
mine the fuel we handle has no SU'
perior anywhere,. Its equal In few
J. V. EGENBERGER,
'PHflWP riattsmoutli Xo.i.'.
PLASTTMOUTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
Hy G. A. I,eis.)
Corrected weekly by Martin Si Tool.
who pay tlie hitrhest prices for uroduce
ana guarantee satisfaction:
f ir.'! Ltic
Cream No. 1. tk; : No. L. k;
Hoirs -vi to s.1
Cattle 1... $1.50 and 4.00
Rock Island Time Table.
AVE ST BOUND.
fi, man :io a. m.
No. 75, local.
8:55 a. m.
No. 5. mail. . .
No. 37, mail. .
No. 90, freight
No. 38, mail
.w-.bii a. m.
No. 76, Local
No. 6, mail
. . 1:14 p. m.
. 2:35 p. m.
Emil Kuehn was down from Lincoln
Sunday on business.
II. v . McDonald made a business
trip to Omaha Monday.
J. W. Shank of Lincoln visited
friends here over Sunday.
Otto Eickhoff is up from Oklahoma
this week, visitirg relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tool visited in
Omaha Saturday and Sunday.
J. J. Gustin shipped a car load of
hogs to South Omaha Tuesday.
Mrs. J. J. Gustin is entertaing her
father, Mr. Gilmore, of Omaha.
Chas. Cole and family returned to
their home at Murray, Wednesday.
Emil Reick or I'.oone county, visited
friends here the forepart of the week.
C. Miller and family are entertain
ing relatives from Hastings during the
Mrs. Kitzel and daughter, Mrs. Ed.
of Alvo, visited in our burg
G. C. Meierjurgen, of Omaha, but
formerly of this place, visited friends
After a week's visit abroad Wm.
Neilson returned Thursday, looking
Jim Rogers and family are visiting
relatives in this neighborhood for a
Miss Maud Gorsage returned Tues
day evening after spending a week at
her home in South Auburn.
Mrs. Jacob Goetary is visiting at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. O. P.
Stewart, of Farragut, Iowa.
Wm. Gerdes and wife are visitingat
the home of the former's parents, in
Murdock, for an indefinite period.
Mrs. MacArthur returned from
Omaha Wednesday, afe which place
she has been visiting during the holi
days. Mr. Chas. West was on the sick list
Monday but Dr. MacArthur has the
patient up and around at present
Quite a number of our local nimrods
luuk pari, in me won nunt over near
Wabash Friday, and report that two
coyotes were killed in this hunt.
Mrs. Dr. MacArthur entertained
the Murdock whist club Monday even
ing. The honors were carried oil by
Misses Rertha and Martha Goehry.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Xeitzel's little
boys were on the sick list Sunday, but
their family physician. Dr. Mac
Arthur, lias brought the little one
out O. K.
Dave Thimgan has purchased the
fine young driving team from Conrad
Wirth. Now, girls, pet busy. Dave
is a good fellow and is prepared to
show you a good time.
A genuine old-fashioned wolf hunt
will take place at Murdock on next
Tuesday, starting from the first sec
tion north of Murdock, at 8 a. m., and
proceed in the direction of South
Bend. Conveyances have been provid-
ed for all those who wish' to join in
j the hunt. .So make up your mind to
I be on deck.
"Suspected" Case of "Diphtheria."
The fact that we did not mention a
"reported" case of "suspected diph
theria" in our little village last week
is simply because we did not think it
diphtheria, and only thought some un
scrupulous individuals were running a
bluff on some of our peaceful citizens,
and therefore we waited for results
which has confirmed our belief
seems that on Dec. 18th, the little
three-year-old daughter of Mrs. IJurk
holder caught cold and Dr. I. D. Jones
was called and be gave her some medi
cine. He was again called on the 20th
and this time be pronounced it diph
theria of the most malignant type
The village board of health was noti
tied and the village physician Dr. II
J. MacArthur was sent to make an
examination and report which be did
Immediately. He diagnosed the case
as an ordinary cold. To prove this he
called the next day and found the
little one about the same. This you
can bet didn't please Jones, so they
sent for Dr. J. B. II ungate of Weep
ing Water, in consultation with Jones
and of course it had to be diphtheria
of the worst kind. Then to be on the
safe side and quiet the fears of the
timid the village board had the house
quarantined, but kept close watch on
the little one and when the patient
continued to improve they took down
the card and quarantine on the morn
I was up to the house personally
nearly every day ana the little one
wasn't bedfast for a single day and
never had more than one degree and a
fraction of fever at any time, which
didn't look dangerous to us and both
Jones and H ungate said the child
would die in a a very short time, but
which proved to be untrue. Aow what
we want you to do is to take these
facts into consideration, be honest in
your verdict, and see if you don't agree
BUTTER AND EGG GO.
TO BE DELIVERED AT
THE STORE OF
ZUCKWEILER & LUTZ
TUESDAY, JAN. 8
ONE DAY ONLY FOR
WHICH WE WILL
PAY IN CASH:
CRAWS TO BE EMPTY
Hens, per lb
Springs, per lb
Old Roosters, per doz.
. . . 7c
o m i
tops. It certainlv
dosen't pay to court a
cold with wet feet. "Drv
Feet or Doctor's Bills?'"'
You have no other alter
native. Ours are differ
ent from others, for we
insist on special leathers
which makes them prac
tically WATER PROOF
SHERWOOD & SON
HIGH CUT BOOT
Clii;io. J;m. 2.
Following were the quotsitions oa
tho i'UU-mn, ISoartI of Trale toduj :
Tjim. Mr.y ...
July . . .
Hili. Low. ("lose.
.77,, .7,1; .7;i,
.704 .7.'b .70
.so8; Wz .:'.;v2
.43 .4:1 AWi
.44 .4.J-, .44
.CGU AW, MY
.33 .33i8 .238
July . . .
cash Fairs v inter wheat liv sam
ple: No. 2 red. 73573c; No. 3 red.
7K73-: No. 2 hard. 72(T74e: No. 3
hard. r.772e. Sprinir wheat I!y
sample: No. 1 northern. SOtfiSle; No.
2 northern, "GtfiNOe; No. 3 siniii:. 72f)
70r. Corn I!y sample: No. 2. 30?4c
-o. , .ii"i- , -o. . wuiie. .i.'2
i.;0e: No. 3 yellow, 30iao4-; No-
4. .',-( Oats Hv sample: No.
34 lie; No. 2 white. 3:vri 30-; No. 3.
34 e; No. 3 white, 34r3."e; No. 4 white,
33fi34e: standard. 34fif3.-i,4
L.ive Stock Poultry and Hay.
Chicago, Jan. 2.
Hors Receipts 32,000. Sales ranged
at $0.32! 2 C 0.40 choice to prime heavy
packing sows, $0.32ftiG.42 choice to
prime heavy shipping barrows, $G.276
0.3o medium light barrow butcher's
and smooth sows.
Cattle Receipts; 20,000. Quotations.
rangeu at u..in(rj t.w good to prime
6teers, $3.G.Vi.Y00 coodto fancy cows
ana heifers. $.".i5go.io good to choice
yearlings. $7.25(5iS-riO good to choice
Sheep Receipts 22,000. Quotations
ranged at $.".(i0fti.r.00 good to prime
ewes. $..;iO(u.00 native wethers, $7.25
(ti." good to prime native lambs,
$2.00(fj4.r0 bucks and stags.
Live poultry Turkeys, per lb, 10ffl
lie; chickens, fowls, lie; springs, 10c;
roosters. 0e: geese, $r.00'',7.0O; ducks
10 (f 11c.
Hay Choice timothy. $lfi.r0r,i lG.r.0;
No. 2, $14.ri0 l.'.OO; No. 3. $13.00?
31.00; choice prairie, $10.00 10.50; No.
1, $13.00ni.00: No. 2, $10.no7 12.00;
No. 3. $0.00710.00; No. 4. $8.5079.00.
Kast lIiifTalo Ijive Stock,
Kast Buffalo, N. Y.. Jan. 2.
Dunning & Stevens. Live Stoc k Com
mission Merchants Kast Buffalo, N. Y.,
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts 2
cars; steady. Hogs Receipts 40 cars;
slow; pigs, $0.75; yorkers and heavy.
$0.05. Sheep Receipts 3() cars; best,
$7.S07 S.00: yearlings. $0.25 0.05; weth
ers, $0.25IT5.G5; ewes. $4.75j5.15.
Calves Strong; best, $9.50.
Terre Haute "Wants to CJrow.
Terre Haute. I ml., Jan. 3. The
Coinmereiad club will make a system
atic canvass for subscriptions to the
$150,000 guarantee fund to be ued
in bringingindustries to the eity. When
siieh a fund was suggested a few
weeks ago doubt was general about
raising the amount, but unsolicited sub
scriptions amounting to $4.mwi. of
which SOmm i came in last week, reas
sures the club ollicials.
A New Amcliibiau.
Several examples of a zoological
paradox a fish which would be speed
ily drowned if placed in deep water
have .iust been added to the collection
at Regent's park. This is the African
walking fish, which spends the greater
part of its existence upon the mud
banks of tropical rivers. Its method
cf progression lias been described by
naturalists as of the "hop. skip and
Jump" variety, and when journeying
iniaiid. as it does over long distances.
It climbs by means of the breast fins
over the roots and even into the
boughs of trees. These curious crea
tures, which belong to an important
group known as lung fishes, form a
connecting link with the higher forms
of life, the air bladder being con
verted into what is practically a lung.
When the rivers dry up in the hot sea
son they bury themselves in the mud.
breathing in the air like a frog or a
newt. In Australia there are several
varieties of lung fishes, one of the
largest sometimes attaining a length
of six feet. Daily Graphic.
The Same Old Trouble.
"Why don't you quit worrying be
cause other people are making more
money than you are aide to accumu
late? Haven't you found out that it
isn't money nlouo which brings happi
ness? If you make up jour mind to
do it you could find just as much hap
piness in your income as some man
who has dollars to your cents finds in
liis. Why net look at it In that light?
Why don't you make the most of what
have and quit thinking so ninth about
Wiint other people have?"
"My wife won't let mo." (."hlcago
Ilykcr Smiley ela-nis to Lave been
driven to tirir.lv hy a woman.
I'jkor So pid she refuse l;i::s or
Ini ing the lifetime of a healthy hen
she will lay from 3X to r' eggs.
Her best laying c;
parity is during her
"Do you think Dauberwill ever make
a successful artist?"
"Impossible. He can't even draw a
When the Vatican recently received
a thorough cleaning and some re
painting was done the wcrk employed
THE PALACE MARKET
'1'lione No. '4.'
LORENZ BROS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Provisions and Meeats
1st Prize KDISON
12 Records $30 00
2nd Prize Century
Camera and Out
fit 15 00
3rd Prize Imported
Japanese Vase. . . 5 00
Total amount.. $50 00
Contest will open November 1st, 16, and close
May lst.107. Coupons will be given with cash pur
chases only. Every $2.50 worth of coupons gets one
draw number. Begin when the contest begins, per
haps you will be the lucky one. Cost vou nothintr to
TfilFS TO KILL A JUDGE
St. Louis Woman Shootsat Judge
MrDnnlH in tho rirr.nt
HER BULLET MISSES ITS MARK
Ilatt Planned a. Triple Killiiic lie
tausc, She Alleges, She Could
Not CJet Justice.
Ft. Louis. Jan. 3. "I ought to have
got him." That was the remark coolly
made by Miss Rosa Weil after firing
a pistol at Judge J. A. McDonald as
he sat on the bench in the circuit court
here. The bullet missed the judge and
Fhe was disarmed and arrested. Miss
Weil was a litigant in a case concern
ing a disputed Inheritance that was
tried before Judge McDonald two
months ago. I B. Wetzel, a witness
sitting nearest her, seized the woman
before she could fire a second time, and
several other persons wrenched the re
volver from her hand.
Did Not Scare the .lodge.
Judge McDonald did not arise from
his seat during the excitement. "Take
that woman out of the court room." he
said to Deputy Burns, and when sh"
Jiad been led from the room and order
had been restored the judge turned to
several attorneys who were waiting to
make motions, an said: "Proceed, gen
Accompanied by lier Sister.
Rosa Weil, accompanied bv her old
er sister. Clara Weil, entered the court
room a few minutes before court con
vened and quietly took a seat on the
second spectators' bench, back of the
railing. Tlieir appearance attracted no
attention, and they sat quietly watch
ing the proceedings as Judge McDon
ald entered from his private chamber
and took his seat on the bench. Mo
tions were offered in a pending case,
and an attorney had started to address
tlie court when Rosa Weil stood up
with a leveled revolver and fired at the
Had Planned a Triple Crime.
Rosa Weil is the daughter of Mrs.
Elise Weil anil the late August I..
Weil, arid was displeased with Judge
McDonald's adverse decision on Nov.
2, in the case in which her mother
nought by raising a question of legi
timacy of her first horn child to de
prive her grandchild, son of a de
ceased daughter, of a share in the es
tate of her husband, the late August
B. Weil. At the Tour Courts Clara Weil,
delegated by her sister to speak for
both, said: "Rosa and I first planned
to kill ourselves. Then we decided to
kill Judge McDonald and commit sui
Says They Couldn't Get Justice,
".We couldn't get justice, so we
thought Tve Would take the law in our
ovra hand?. We Ttere beaten out of
our property, worth $30,000, by the
manipulations of certain men. We
tried, to obtain information charging
thom "with forgery, but we could not.
W e were advised to bring a partition
suit. In tLtt suit we did not get jus
tice. So we decided .Tudcro McDonald
should die." Roth girls are held on
informations issued by Circuit Attor
ney fsiger charging each with assault
with intent to kill. When court re
cessed at noon Judge McDonald said
that he had no personal feeling against
the young women, and would not per
sona Hy prosecute them.
Two days' treatment free. Ring's
Dyspepsia Tablets for impaired diges
tion, impure breath, perfect assimila
tion of food, increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the above
offer. Sold by Gering & Co's drug
S a uter,
(listrlluitor of the
Kill MOM I'liono
trraiili unl ICrr
ordi.l'lat thiiioul Ii.
Notice to Stockholders.
The regular annual meeting of tlie
stockholders of the Bank of Cass
County will be held at the otlice of the
hank in Plattsmouth, Cass county,
Nebraska, on Tuesday, January 8,
1!W)7, at 4 o'clock p. m.
Chas. C. Pakmklk, President.
Notice to Policyholders.
Notice is hereby given to all policy
holders, that the annual meeting of
the Platte Mutual Insurance company
will be held at the oflice of Judge M.
Archer, in the city of Plattsmouth, at
10 o'clock a. m. January 12, 1 907.
W. J. Whitk, President.
Hknky R. Gkkinu, Secretary.
12-29, 1-4, 1-11.
on the Plattsmouth telephone calls the
upholstering rooms. Place your order
today for anv work you have in this
line. All work will be called for.
Mattress renovating a specialty.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep
sia and constipation weakens the
whole system. Doan.s Kegulets (25
cents penbox) correct the liver, tone
the stomach, cure constipation.
Frequently each month to home
WINTER TOURIST RATES
To Colorado, California and all
Southern resorts. Personally
conducted California Excursions.
TO SALT LAKECITY,: JANUARY 15
TO DENVER: JANUARY 20, 21, 22.
Write for folder describing how
to obtain free -640 acres of govern
ment land in Nebraska for mixed
farming and dairying.
SEND FOR FREE FOLDERS
"A Good Dairy District." "The
Pig Horn Pasin." "Irrigated
Lands in the Pilliugs District."
Eastern Colorado," "Personally
Conducted California Excur
sion." and "To the Great
INQUIRE FOR DETAILS
l. PICKETT, TICKET AGENT, PUTTSMOUTH. NEB.
1. W. WAKEIET, 6. P. 4.. Omtki, Rtk.
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