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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1908)
TOE G1UHTY G0L1
A Large Amounl of Business Transacted,
eluding the Payment of Judges and
Clerks of Election.
Plattstuouth. Neb.. Nov. 30. 1908. 1
Board of county commissioners
met in regular session, all members
present. Minutes of previous meet
ing read and approved, when the fol
lowing business was transacted In
Bond of A. D. Hathaway, road over
seer district No. 11, approved.
Bond of Chas. Clapp, constable
Elmwood precinct, approved.
Bond M. V. Wood, Justice of the
peace, Elmwood precinct, approved.
Bond of A. N. Speer. Justice of the
peace, Center precinct, approved.
Bond of C. Bornemelser, road over
seer district No. 6, approved.
Bond of C. T. Richards, road over
seer, district No.4, approved.
Bond of Wm. Stohlman, road over
seer district No. 8. approved.
Bond of Wm. Kotch, aoad over
seer district No. 12, approved.
Bond of John E. Bates, road over
seer, district No. 13, approved.
Board ordered $4,000.00 lnsur
ance of the Queen Ins. Co. on poor
farm, J. P. Falter.
County clerk was Instructed to no
tify road overseer of district No. 2
that all that part of Railroad street
lying Immediately north and adjoin
ing lots 1-2-3 and 4 In block 1, also
the alley running north and .south
through said block 1, all in the vil
lage of Cedar Creek has been or
dered by the county commissioners
upon petition of J. F. Wolf and 13
ethers to be vacated.
In the matter of the organization
cf Salt Creek Drainage District date
set fcr hearing, December 15th, 1908,
and .the county clerk directed to no
tify the parties requesting such hear
ing. The following bills were allowed
on the general fund:
Ed. Carr, JmlKe election ami re-
turn, Tipton precinct 12 50
Geo. Trunkenhlotz, Jiule of elec
tion Tluton Dreclnct
M. M Mlelenz. clerk of election
It. C. Wenzel, clerk of election
John Erlckson, Judne of election I 4 00
James (Ireen. ludire of election.. 4 10
O. P Koreman. iudire of election.
C. P. Rouck, clerk of election.... 4 00
E M Stone clerk anil returns .. 10 90
Stove C'reHt Preelnot.
L. W. Koettger, Judge and re
TV Saxton. Inilire
Elmer Boyles, Judge B 00
A. A. Turk, clerk 5 00
Less Stark, clerk 5 00
ftoutb Head Precinct.
John Wagner, Judge of election.. 5 00
Henry Stan.ler, juilge of election 5 00
John Campbell, judge and returns 9 40
Wm. Hlchards, clerk 00
H. P. Long, clerk 5 00
P. W. Tlghe, Judge and returns.. 9 75
A. C. l'autsch, Judge 5 2j
Ira Roswortli, judge 5 2;i
T.av C. Wiles, clerk !;
S. C. Keckler. clerk 5
E. C. Nutsiman. judge of election B 25
B. Wolph, Judge of election B 00
M. M. h'traub Judge of election.. B 00
J. o. lloiigh, clerk
Jos. C. Zlmmerer,
clerk and re-
Mount Pleasant Precinct
Wilson Gllmore, Judge and re
turns ravld Folt?!, Judge
V T Hlld. Judge
T. A. Wiles, clerk
W. H. I'uls. clerk
Tt B Trook, Judge of election.,
H W I.lovd, Judge of election..
J C Hansen, Judge of election. . . .
C H Tavlor, clerk
W H Cross, clerk and returns..
Second Hock llliiffs.
M I. Furlong. Judge and returns
A F Nichols. Judge
Fred Patterson. Judge
W A Wheeler, clerk
Arthur N Bulivan. clerk
alt Oeek Precinct.
W E Hand. Judge election 5 25
fc-,ni, vi,.i,ni. Indue and returns 11 25
O A Johnson. Judge election 6 25
C A Mallils. clerk election 5 5
ll D McDonald clerk election 6 2
W O Scliewe. Judge 6 80
Merman Schmidt, Judge 0
lTr.l Vlnlr I.Ua 5 50
H Uakeme'ler, clerk 5 J2
W T Weddel, clerk and returns 10 60
Weening Water PrecUet
1 N Hunter. Judge and returns,. 10 00
I. A Hay. Judge J
Jena P Itassmussen, Judge J 00
W A Cole, clerk J
Dietrich Koester, clerk 6 00
Theo Heln. Judge 60
M N Prake, Judge i
) W Waldron. Judge
M Trltsch clerk
3 P Wood, clerk and returns
Krnanka Precinct .
M P Wheeldon. Judge 5
Frank Cox, Judge J
L C Klrkpnlrlck. Judge and rets 9
A I, l.'arper. clerk
O U Young, clerk
Klakt Mile Untr Preclact
W It Hell. Indge and returns .... 7 15
John Albert Judge 4
J N Trltsch. Judge
Mil T llecker, clerk 4
C I.ohnes. clerk '
First llnck HlnflT.
11 I. Oldham. Judge and returns.. J
A I. Maker, Judge
T W Vallery, Judge J
8 O Pitman, clerk J
W Urown. clerk
fieo Pnvder, Judge and returns.. 7 60
1 n H Kehne. Judge f JJ
A Todd Judge 22
U'll.. nl.rlr 6 00
Ed Koann'ler. clerk S 00
Wenlif Water till Klrat WarJ.
J) I. Rsdvlev. ludce I 75
F. Cherry. Indue
W Colbert, Judge and returns
W T...pfl.n dark
It O McNurlln, clerk 7
Wecnlan- Water dir. TfclH War
leo. K Stoner Indue anil returns S
II I' llnslam. ju.liie 3
K K CliMtiee. clerk 3
J no. M Fowler, clerk 3
rinltumuuth tltf Mrmtnd Ward.
V Johnson Judne ami returns 1
John Kopia Juilite.
J J SvolioiUi, clerk ,
I'lnttamnulh ily Knurl n Ward.
(Jeo I.uxlilnxkv, judge 5 00
Louis nif, Judxe 5 00
Auk A TartHdi, Indue and returns 6 10
John Schulof clerk 6 00
11 I. Mexxerimiltu, clerk a 00
Annual Itach, roovi for election 6 00
Nela Anderson room for flection 8 fiO
H A Tool, room for election .... 6 00
Wilson Gllmore room for 2 elec
tions 10 B0
I. A lliv. room for election 5 00
O r Vallerv. room for election., a 00
I'till Thlerlof room for election 5 00
John Campbell, room for election 4 05
S O CoKllzer. settlnif booths 3 00
O K Vallery. setting booths 1 50
K T Comer, canvassInK board.... 7 00
M Archer, costs State vs. Dally.. 4 00
City of riattsmouth, paving- tax..l6!i 00
J (1 Hall. 3rd Ur. Saly. lUt.. .141 75
W J Kau, oath election board . . 1 25
M Archer, costs State vs Oaenkop
C 1) uulnton. costs State vs Usen
kop 28 10
Mrs. Auir Clebenth. costs State vs
Usenkop G 70
Henry Snoke, costs State vs. Os-
enkop 5 70
Ceo liberie, costs State vs Osen-
enkop B TO
Henry Kleer costs State vs. Os
enkop 6 00
Chns liberie, costs State vs. Os-
enkon S 70
Chas. Demerla. costs State vs. Os
enKop o uu
C H Hudson, costs State vs. Os-
enkop o 70
Prank Harilv. costs State vs. Os
enkoD 5 70
C K Jordan salary and expenses 24 50
Mary K Foster salary and expen
ses ; 129 57
V K Hosencrnns salary and ex 213 81
C I) Qulnton, sulary board county
nrisoner 201 fi
R I Clements, Inquest Ralston.. 15 30
Ur. I C Munger et al post mortem 50 00
1 S Hums iurv 1 00
V K lav, jurv ." 1 00
J W Carter, jurv 1 00
Herman Mitchell, witness fees .. 1 00
J li Huugitte, witness fees.... 1 00
Dr. IMckert. witness fees .... 1 00
C Hrlshee. witness fees .... 1 00
(luthmnn & Cory, meals 3
K Mniispeiiker, livery 4
Kiiusmiin ff Kiimage, mdse. to
fiirm H 75
M Archer, costs Stiite vs. W Uiley li 25
Joe Fitzgerald, witness W Hlley 1 00
W I. Pickett. Witness W Ullev.. 1 00
liuv M. -Milken, witness W lllley 1 00
.1 I: lienson. witness W Kiley.. 1 00
T .1 llickson witness IMley 1 00
K Mniispeiiker, costs V. Hilev.. B SO
It J II Hull, attending Hoxnrth 10 00
K li Ciiniinliis attending Ko.itrth 10 00
Wcscott Sons, mdse to Co B 00
X lisliweller, oath to election
. hoard. 25c refused
C V Hall, costs State vs Standc'llst 2 25
I'lntts. Tel. Co. rent and tolls.. 27 45
J 1. Jones siilnrv, 3rd (Jr. physlc'n 15 00
T J O'hay printing S 25
Hammond & Stephens, supplies.. 10 30
Weeping Water Ul Second Ward.
K M Tlmblln, Judge and returns.. 9 25
l T Dudley, Judge 4 25
N C Halines, Judge 4 25
W O Ogdeii. clerk 4 25
J B llungate, clerk 4 25
Plnttsmoulh Illy First Ward
J II Thrasher Juilge
Wm Hassler, judge
H A McKlwaln Judge
R0i' ""H- " (uthman clerk 4 00
oo J H Donnelly clerk and returns 5 10 I
('has. A (iuthman clerk
Plntlsmouth ( It Third Ward
Bennett Chrirwlsser, Judge .... 4
J K Kelley Judge 4
Karl Clark, clerk and returns.
John V Hatt. clerk
Chas T Freese, clerk 4
Plaltsmnulh ( ll)r KlflK Ward.
John M Vorndran, Judge
Thus. Woodson, Judge and ret'ns
Joe T I.loyd, Judge
Krank l.ibershall, clerk
Ira H (ireen, clerk
(Jeo. Truckenholu room for elec
tion (jeo Hell, room for 2 elections,.
W P Huchiiison, room for elec
Pool and Colbert, room for elec
American Kxchange Hank, room
Handing Xros., room for election
P Wood, room for election ..
I. ouls Dose, setting booths
Tom I. Murphy, canvassing board
Jensen t Kelley. room for elect..
ir J T Hay, expert Slat Hozartn 30 oil
Neb. Light Co, gas and mdse.. 34 22
m N ehrheln, livery to comm... 4 00
II I, Asemlssen mdse to farm .. 31 60
H F lioagland sheriff fees Usen
Otto Kettlehut witness, Osenkop
Dr Irvla Munger witness Osenkop
Miss Kosa Winter, witness Osen
kop Henry Kettlehut, witness usen
Orvlll Prouty, witness Osenkop. .
Amil liberie witness Osenkop...,
Wm. Pennington witness Osenkop
11 H Wiedeman mdse etc Mrs.
I. I riwltjser salary and exp....
M isvohoila, salry ami laundry bi 50
M I. Friedrlch, salary an dexp.. 31 90
D Uulnton, board city nrls....
Dick McNurlln, constable fees....
II I Iteeil. Jury fees
(leo W l.llmore, Jury
ll o Kace, jury
Nick Halmes, witness fees
Itnv .snerry. witness fees
M M llutler, witness fees
or I. C. Munger, witness fees..,,
li C Maniuardt, mdse to poor.,
N ll Talcott attendance Hor.arth
Chas T Miller, attending Thomas 10 00
l j rivobooa, jr, labor 24 oo
Mansneaker.. witness. IMley. ., . 1 00
Wm llalrd, witness Kiley 1 00
C S Johnson, witness It I ley .... 1 00
Hen ltalnev. witness Itllev I 00
Clyde Jones, witness Kiley 1 00
H Wilson, witness Kiley 1 00
I. ( Iirsen. labor at Jail 13 8
(.' II Smith, stamps and envelopes 15 72
(leo 11 Olive, printing 3 00
K K Hilton, salary 4S 00
j j Amirus, Male vs rciianiillsl T o.i
,i I Karnes, board 29 0
It A Hates. Printing 15 50
(ieo M Hlld, report road reviewer 4 00
joe Kcter, muse to rarm 7 ij
Weeping Water Kepiib, printing 9 14
K D lioodell mdse I 50
F K Slater Juror certificates. . . .31 73
Carl 10 Day, Juror certificates.. 27 40
James Slander Juror certificates 39 40
Joe Armstrong, Juror certificates 62 80
l!av C Pollard, Juror certificates 47 00
T S C Dabh Juror certificates.. 40 10
A II Wallx, juror certincates. . . . 17 00
Fred Amlck, Juror certificates. . 4 HO
Frank Nichols, Juror certificates 47 20
A N Sullivan defend Mozart h . , . . 250 00
(' A Kawls, expenses 6 60
O D Uulnton. board county urls
oners, salary :is ig
It MeNiir In. fees State vs Duf
fields S 90
P F (loos, meals to jury (60
J A Clement, printing 15 00
Wm Schmbltman. merchandise to
farm 14 10
II Tarns, salary 60 00
W M Hardly, meals to Jury ,,,, 9 60
A P llarnes. board to tiauner .. 15 00
J 11 Mall, care of Thomas, refused tl 60
talma Aliased Hrldge Kaad
Neb Constn Co. brlde wark. .11711
Lincoln Constn Co, bridge work. 1 12 S 00
Uncoln Constn Co, bridge work.. 104 00
Claims Allewed Hoad l and
A Sutton road work n I) 14.... 41 U
i i-.' niiis;. rod .ik K l .. J
K allri-. real oik K 1 1 . 1 sj
i' iwu, V..i i.. in.iiT i; i 1. &
N.-it.-.l. iii i". l ' I' :'H
..1 ii S .nlmle in l.e li 1 1 1 J 4.1
t A Katon. loml work K 1 11 1 40
V II Wall mad work t J
M Sulser road work 1 '
i: M Im.llll purcltaMe lim.l lb. .. bi Oil
V l Conn road work J "tl
Win l.l.'l.ardx, roa.l work I .... 1 1 VI
Kred i il.ei nalle. l oad w ork . . . . 1 . 4 0.1
l: C Kru.tall road woik II '.'
Sutton, roa.l work IS -
Koll Vaill, r.ui.l work i 1 1 "
Kohl Vlull roa.l work 1 -' I H
Klopp At liartlett. ail'llle. i I'1
J 1 Tutt. bailiff cerliflcule . .. 4 h
Albert Wetenkaiiip, Jul or .... 4 1
Ilav I'lillersou Juror 00
Wm t'aviiill, Juror 7 tin
John Creamer, Juror " -'0
Arthur Sullivan, juror 3 ''
Chas, lleebiier. Jiuor 50 50
K II W esi oit Jul or 40 HO
W S Jean Juror 2 50
.las ! Initial!, retain poll lax .... 2 50
It A Schneider, ret. load deposit 20 00
I r Fa Iter, insurance lbl un
II Oiilnton. li.ianl cltv pris.... 11 -
I H Thrasher, lusui'an. e t4 00
II Smith. Minims and envelopes 3 1 21
M Itlchey, lumber to farm.. ..' 30
Kehne, wood to farm 22 50
Hans Kemp m.lse 3 00
hos I'ollock. Insurance t '
Art Cllver llverv 3 50
Anton Kalesek. Jury -f oo
lames l.oiml.liilne mdse K 1' 10 3 40
Wm lilchanls. road work 4 ....203 lj
W C Harden road work 10
Prank House, 5
N Speer lumber N
I) l Hrann. mdse, 9
I Ailams He Son. lumber lii.
It Hartw iu, road work 4 . . .
I.ee Arnelt culvert 15
C Spalin. road work 13
Wm Keesley. road work 4.
J K Heed, road work 4
W 11 Hamuli liimner u .
W C Hartlett, road work 15
fu i'WVkTdVoVk-!::!!? ?
John Coodman. road work 12 3 3j
Louis Plybon, road work 12....
i.ine.iln isonMin I o Inheritance
lax runii lor on niiit-iii , vw ,
Hen Heckman. road work 10 41 00
Uecember 1st, ius.
HIJs for br due work 1 90S were
received November 20. from the fol
lowing brl Ige companies: P. 8. Es
terday, & Co., J. L. Freeman, West
ern BrIJge Co.. Canton Ilrldge Co..
MldlanJ Bridge Co., Columbia Co.,
Monarch Co., Nebraska Construction
Co. Boar J proceeded to open the
above bids, ani tne tseDraHna ton-
structlon Co. was found to be the
Correct in every particular.
Correct in Weave; Correct in
Workmanship; Correct in
Styles, and always Correct in
Prices. Such are the poods
can be found at our store.
Everything in Gent's and
Hoy's Ready-to Wear Cloth
ing and Furnishings.
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lowest bl l.ler, and therefore awarl-
... !KU ,.Btril
Hon! if Walter Nmal. constable
ltun I of Walter Nmal. l onsiaMc
V''iilnK Water precinct approved.
Itt 11 1 of J. II. Heillleger. IM'l.l
owtseer. Jlstriit .mi. , approved.
Hoard order I renewal i f Ins.ir-
an.e poll.li's on louti house and fur
niture as follows: The Home. $:'.-
OdO.tiO, Insurant e ( o. i f North Amer
ica. $2. 000. 00. Ciena Falls. $2.00(1.
the Continental $2,000.
I here being no runner n,:siiu ss
board a ljouriie.l.
W. K. UoseniTiiti:',
County Cli l it.
Mrs. G. E. Dovey and Daughter
Among Those Present.
Among the many beautiful comlng-
out parties that have been given this
season was that of Mrs. 8. I), llarka-
3 OOlinu. u h Dni'd a ten VA'oilnemliiv at
wh en be formally presented hit
daughter. Miss Carolyn Harkalow.
. thtt narlors. where the KUesta
were received, there was a decora-
- , . n.
lion OI red Aiueriinu ii.aui
., nth,,P r,,,i blooms beinK placed.
In the library there was a general
color tone of yellow used, with
the great yellow chrysanthemum pre
The dining room was dainty with
an adornment of pink. In the center
()f tn(, ubU, was a jlirKt. ,.uhut of
. k b d j Hteva KUted by
., . , k Hiiade8.
The guests were rtcelved by Mrs.
Barkalow. Mlsa Barkalow, Mrs. B. B.
Weed and Mrs. William Cranmer of
Denver, who is a cousin of Miss Bar
Mrs. Barkalow was gowned In
while crepe do chine with trimming
white lace. Miss Barkalow wore a
pretty empire costume of white satin.
Mrs. B. B. Wood wore a cost u me of
black voile and lace.
Mrs. Cramer wore a stunning cos
tume of while satin and lace.
Those who assisted were:
Mesdanits It. 11. Wood, William
ranmer, Denver, r. .v hums, auuui
Williams, (iecrge A. .loslyn, Merman
Aountze, (!. A. Ileei her, C. C.
Jei rgc, Charles Deuel, Dul I Crow-
ell, A. v.'. riiwen, in'ui?;'- i nnn(
Theodore Ulngwalt. K. A. Cuila-
hny, B. B, Caldwell, Joseph Ctiilaliiiy
J. K. Baum, Daxlil Baiim, W. A. Ay-
rigg, C'liurles Off ut t. John T. Slew-
art 2, Robert 11. H. Hell, waiter I.
Page. Phillip Potter, (1. K. Dovey,
Pliittsinoiith, Misses .lean Ciulaliay,
llrownle Bess Baum, Helen
l)ats, Mary Alice Honors,
Utilise l'erk. Catherine Powell.
Gwendoline White, Kllzabeth Cong-
lon. Eugenie Whltmore, Hilda
Hammer. Margaret Dovey,., Paiits
mouth.' Gladys Peters, Dorothy Mor
gan, Amy (Illmore. World Herald.
Bridge Now In Shape.
From Tliursiluy'n Pally.
J. C. Bowers departed mis morning
for his homo at Ashland. Mr. Bowers
Is one of the force of men who have
been engaged for some time in re
placing the broken ties in the Bur
lington bridge over the Missouri.
These ties were broken some time
since by the derailment of a refrig
erator car which ran almost the
length of the bridge upon the lies
cutting and tearing them up so badly
as to necessitate their replacing. Mr.
Bowers found that the work was not
difficult except the last few days
when the weather Interfered very
n,ferlllv with It. The work had to
be . jKTformed at a high elevation
above the river and the piercing
northwest wind made It hard to per
form. The work was completed last
night, however, and the bridge Is now
safe for travel once more. The alow
order had not been taken off this
morning, however. Mr. Bowers says
It was a great piece of luck that the
wreck was not a disastrous one as
the car was dangerously close to the
edge of the track In several places
and, had It gone over several of the
cars muBt have been hurled from
their lofty perch and dashed to pieces
upon the ground below.
Former South Bend Man Here.
Prnm Tlmrmtii v' Pally.
Sam Patterson, formerly or soutn
Bend but lately of Alma, Harlan
County, came In last evening for a
visit In this city and at Murray with
relatives and friends. Mr. Patterson
is a son of 8. C. Patterson formerly
of South Bend but now a resident of
Columbia. Texas, and has a great
many friends over this section of the
country. He Is a bright hustling
young man and has been making him
self very successful In various lines
of business. He expects to depart
tomorrow afternoon on the Schuyler
for South Bend after spending to
night at Murray, tho guest of J. A.
Walker and family.
Lost a six weeks old calf weighing
about 175 pounds, color red with
white face. Finder will be rewarded
Kunsman k Ratnge,
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The "OUW" Orto Overcoat
Big, broad, full chewed, with a wide sweep.
It is a great coat in more than one sense.
Some more new patterns just received ly ex
press. Prices $15 to $25.
Be up-to-date and buy an up to-date coat.
C. E. Wescott's Sons j
"Where Quality Counts."
Jesse Barrett Formerly of That
Place Expires at Kansas.
Announcement renrl.es Weeping
Water fro... Bui llnglon, Kas., of Hie
.,.Hth last Mi ay of Jesse Barrett.
aged tweiily-seven years, from can-
..roftliestonia.h. Mr. Barrett was
formerly a resident of Weeping Wu -
ter where his parents Mill reside ami
was a married mini. The remains will
be brought to Weeping- Watur for In-
Mr Hnrrett was born In WeelilliK
Water and had lived In that vMully
until about twelve years ago when he
removed to Burlington, Kns., where
he has since resided. During his en-
iro life he was a devout ::iii coiibls-
tent Christian and a man in whom
everyone reposed the greatest full li,
and for whom they entertained the
v.' higli-st regard. Ills Illness has
been of some duration, the end hav
ing been aeen for a long time prior
to his demise.
Ho Is survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Hartlett. living at
Weeping Water; his wife, residing at
Burlington, Kns.; five brothers, Kl-
mer living at Denver, tdi., uoy ot
Havelock, Neb., Hay at Lincoln, Neb.,
and Jay and Eilgar of Burlington,
Kns.. a sister, Mrs. C. Collier, of
Shaddiirk, Okla, nlso survives lilm.
"If You Have llebtt Pay Tliein."
We suggested this last week In the
"'Klter and Dr. Walker taking us
l. .......I r... I.... I.i.l III
le 'lri,t opportunity.
Along In the campaign he an I Mr.
Otis Blschof of Nebraska City made a
bet on the outcome of the election.
If Taft was elected Mr. Walker was
to wheel Mr. Blscholf. sample cases
and all from the crossing In front of
Mr. Gruber's to Sterm'a elevator and
l" l"r ur,ul "
Saturday Otis put In an appearance
COUGH or COLD
TAKE A BOTTLE OF
TAR m WHITE PINE
(With Cold Tablets)
Bering 2 o.
and Dr. Walker made ready. H pro
cured Peter Opp'B wheelbarrow that
has n flat wheel and a badly punc
tured lire, ami the fun began.
It was nil her hard to tell which wan
working the hardest, the payor or th
payee, w ho was sented oil top of his
sample cases, ami trying to maintain
his -i 1 11 1 1 1 litl 11 in ns Hoc Hied to (ml-
I . . . . i .. ii. . i It
i "in u.e minion mum ny uu ... w. i .
'eh'pliaiil bill Mr. Bls- bof w.ih a
g"d lid'T mil manage,! to keep oa
"l -f H'" vehicle mid all Hie tlmn
shouting 'Hurrah for Tafl," until
j'" '" "l't. ' ""ti
j mobile collapsed and h- was dllchod.
j There has seldom been as much
( X Iten.ei.t In Nehaka In a long
i"1'"'. ,'" ,,,,rll, ,h" (Bm
l"''K" 'Vcrybody enjoyed It
1 1. ...... 'I'd.. l..l. i U imlil. ami Otis
ii. if,- j . . ... i
and Doc will make no more bets .
at least not the kind with such a se
vere penally attached. Nehawka
This Is All True.
Another costly linotype machine of
high and costly grade has taken Its
place In a Nebraska newspaper of
fice, that of the Dally Journal ot
I'lattsmoulh. At this writing thu
machine Is In parts, but will bo set
up and put In operation In a few
days. Mr. Itobert Bates, who took
Jiold of the Journal a few years ago
when It was not a very profitable
Institution, has made the paper a
great success, as is evidenced by th
big outlay that Is now Incurred In the
mechanical department. The Jour
nal la both dally and weekly, there
fore the new mechanism will be kept
busy all the time. Western Pub
lisher. Dr. Hess1 Slock Food
scientific compound for horses and cattle.
Hess' Stock Food
guaranteed to (five results.
F. G. Fircke & Co , DruggU.
Geo. U Hunt, Judge J 73
(.leo Jackman road work KOI., 1 04
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