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1-DAILY PERSONAL iNbWS
r vi will d.ix s
Short Items of In'cres l;rotn Fri
day Kvcnin's Daily Journal
:t I'M :t I" r . 1 1 s li i l.iu kui
curl v I.. i r .. i ;i v; train thi
AAA A A A A
Ci-niRe Tookey of MtniiiT, Neb.,
ix In tin- rlty ItuikliiK after some bus
Win. II. Pool of WVplliK WuttT.
vhn In the t-lty toiliiy looking after
SOIlIt' Illlsllll'SK HUIItl'I'S.
M. (!. fliut'chlll of Mm my, mini'
up tills mi mltiK iiiul watt n pussi-imcr
at noon on tlx' mall train for Omalia
where ln li nd business matters to
Albert YouiiK. tif Murray, drove in
tills mcriiliiK for a few hours In t lit
illy, aftoi war, I di-piirtliin for Omaha
in tlio mall train to lock afttT sonic
biiMni ss matters.
Mrs. .Myrtle l-Mnieiids relume I
home yesterday aftt moon from Oh-ii-voo;l,
la., where hc lias liccn called
liy tlio ili'iilh of In r mot In r-ln law, a
liicsl estimable la ly of that city.
f ; It-ii it Perry, wife an. I m ns Virgil
llllil Itllsxcll, were p-issi'llRcrH tlila
m rnlMi; on the early train for Oma
ha, liuvl'ij; ilrlven In from th.tr
lion e iieiir Mi.irry In li ne to c:'tch
Henry A. Yhit"i 'or came x ltd.,
mi ruins; from 1'cdrr 1'rtn n in u Hie
sal 1 1 I : " ? 1 ll if HiliMn, .11 l . ni'.i ! ii en ' s
fi r I I'e In i iM i i' liN mi. i her, i!i -
purling fi r O in! . i " n I!
train at not n.
.Mrs. I.. A. Wils-t u i f t'lmin '.I
lllulT-. hi. w I : has he n sin n linn
scxcinl days In the il'y l iilnn with
A. Itnxtcr Smith ami Mn l!y ilepurt.-.l
this mi mini; fi r her Inure. Mih.
Smith uccompa nle.l In r ns far
Mrs. M In I'm of Ci'tlhton, la., who
has liccn HpciulliiK several days In
the city visiting wltli her slsier Mrs.
(!. V. Mi Crackcii, ileparteil this noon
on the mall (rain for Omaha where
she will visit with relatives ami
frieiiils for a few days previous to
l i t u i n I n home.
John WnndcrlMi and V. It. Davis,
two i f the most Hiilistant ial citi.eiis
of tile Neliawkll Ilt-lKhhorhood. were
In the city today attending to some
linsliiess matters and while lien- took
advantitKc of the opportunity to make
it call upon their oi l friends In tlile
office It Is quite needless to say
that their xMi' was greatly ap
' il'ei Inled mid they hae a In-arty
. i ii it ul li . li In call cine mere nn I stay
.Mrs. Chnrlt h .k,piiiinli r an I little
liahy were passenners this inornlng
for Omaha itfcninpnuyliii; In r tl. tei
Mrs. S. .1. 1'uliinl ami tl.iuulili'i s Vei
ii a an 1 Catherine mi 1 1 1 -f i- way home
to Arllii:;ii ii, Neli. Mrs. I'lilan I a k1
chili! r.-ii had lieen visit hi.1; with In-i
,parcii peter Perry mil wife le in
Mm ray. Mr. an I Mrs. I1, ri y ile
paiie.l 'I'm slay fir Californii win-re
they will make a winter's vi.-.it with
Mielr sen, a re;. I lent f the mil, Ion
,t;a.e state. Tln-y w ere nci ouipiilih'd
en their tilp liy Mr. Perry's brother
W. K. Perry of North Carolina, who
ha 1 In-i ii v Mllnc, them for some three
I .ul ky Libel Cn-e.
1-Yiiin Siiliii-ihiy'N I n 1 1 y ,
The preliminary heiiriiiK of Levi
Munson charged by Mrs. Mary 10.
Ijitky with criminal libel In con
nection with the suit which he Insti
tuted against her for board during
tlio kchsIoii of the last gram! lodge
of the degree of Honor lit Lincoln,
whs on yesterday at Lincoln mid will
occupy this afternoon also. The evi
dence yesterday was very weak
against Munson and while a motion
to dismiss made liy tlie defense was
not sustained, the court stated It was
not simply because this was n pre
liminary examination and further
stated that there was not enough
evidence to convict Munson offered.
The case Is very Interesting but news
paper report) seem to Indicate that
Mrs. Latky will lose without doubt.
Going at Auction
We will Positively Close Our Doors
Saturday Night, Dec. 26th
and Quit Business
A Great Opportunity to Supply Your
XMas Wants at a Big Saving
i -a 1 1
,1-. ! ll.el Kb hey
-.1 'i, fi r I i ii i la ;M't
t' - . P.
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i n it
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'. is. (.: li, i:. ii mid little ilill I of
1 1 it me III tie-illy making a v Isit
with In r parents Mr. an I Mrs. Fred
Ki nsii: u ii ii .
Walter L. Propst tame In this
i. lining from bis home at Myuard
nn ! xras a passenger tills noon for
(.liiliwood where he hill business
matters to attend to.
Wasli Young came In this morning:
fro mills place In the country and was
u passji'iigcr on the early morning
train for Omalia w here he ha I b-.isi-
in i-s mattfi.s to look after.
Jacob Lcbties, one of the best citi-
.eiis of tlie Louisville in ighberhood
mil ft rmerly n well known police of
fleer in tills city, is in the iity to. lay
locking after business matters.
Henry Hempel was In tin- city to-
lay from his home at Lincoln. Hi
was in companied by A. L. Tayli r of
I'nlvirsity place. Mr. Ileiunil hir;
several liiipi riant limlnesx engage-
meiits to h i k after liming his stay in
the (Ity while Mr. Taylor w lis a pns-
pectl'.e Investor In lan !s owned li
S-'uni l ong, the rai'rea l con: i :ii ti r.
-f i-'oiith Lend is l-i Hie i liy todav
.IM-eiim (hi frlen.'s a:il lem-ttilu
ieiuiilnl a in ' s i l' many years sMu !-
nig.. J r, l,( ua Is well remellllier i
ly tile l iner resliets I I the city ill!
lie I, lis been a Hotel chl- flicl el' 1 1 I" - i 1 -
road lir.il. li'u s i in-, (lie ti.i.e v 'leu
braska was a habv s'ate. lie ca.in
lown fruiii his hi ii i' at i'ouih I'.ee.i!
I), i:. i.i le i i 1' Marquette, N -b.,
nine In last evi ni:ig fi r an norai:;ht
Isit with the family of .1. L. Thomp
son, ret uriiliig home this morning
on the early train. Mr. Solver Is a
large cattle raiser near Marquette,
and was down to Omalia with two car
loads of line steers which he disposed
of in the market, lie is the father of
Mrs. Thompson and a business man
of standing in his community. His
brief visit was greatly enjoye.l by Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson.
Louis V. Kohrell came In last even
ing from Fremont where he has been
for several days looking after busi
ness matters. While there Mr. Koh
rell completed arrangements for his
removal In the spring from Ills pres
ent farm near Hock Ithiffs to that lo
cality, having leased a large farm
near Fri inont for the coming year,
lie felt that he needed more land
upon his hands to use the services of
hoinself and boys who have now be
come old enough to be useful mem
bers of the family, an.l for this rea
son snapped up a good opportunity
which presented Itself to hint.
o ;a, ioi u-, Crakcnian Hit By ?r ejecting
Red and Skull Fracture i
Commencing Monday, Dec. 7th g
OUR Entire Stock of Clothing und
Furnishing Goods will be Sold ut
Auction to the highest bidder. We
will hold auction sales every afternoon
at 2:oo and every evening at 7:oo o'clock
Nothing reserved, no by-bidders. Come
and buy what you want at your own
price. Captain Fowler, the silver tongued
auctioneer, will conduct the sale, und you
will find him a lively entertainer. We
close our doors and quit business Sat
urday night, Dec. 26th, and don't want
to have anything left if we can help it.
Don't Miss the Package Sale
Our auctioneer will tell when it occurs
Remember the Date, and Don't Forget
Everything Goes to the Highest Bidder
KRAFT CLOTHING CO,
Last i-a! : i .;.iy i,U!i! a I. t ssage
lame to r. II nm:i:e in,iif:i,- I. in.
to be at the depot V. hell the freight
V'.tl iiirhcd, that a brakeman was
injure.!. On the arrival of the train
it was fount that the brakeman was
.lames A. Love, and lie was umon
sclous from his Injuries, and the doc
tor accompanied him to Kansas City
that night for treatment at the hos
pital, going on the midnight passenger.
Conductor Crlswold's train. No.
CM, was pulling Into Wabash where
they expected to unload some freight.
Love and Dclancy wi re on top of the
ars signaling, the spied of the train
was about six miles an hour. Love
swung oxer the side of the car and
was looking back at Dclancy when
hey passed the depot where an Iron
ro 1 projeited xxlibh bolls the signal
our I. The In ar.l ha 1 b'in iff some
In e b it tlie ro 1 projected so close
o the ti: i i that the rod strink Love
.11 the I r: e (f the ht iti!, bin k i f hi
rigid ear, ns he swung out with his
anteni to s-lguul. 1 L- xvas knocked
Ioxmi mil was later found In-si le tin
r:if ks unci us lo,.s.
,.,.V r. Lex e Is a mm i i--1 i!.mi, he re
.1 b s In LI:m In, an I I. is p:u ms re
i.le at .Varj s ilie, Kansas, lb1 Inn
i'i I Ill'Tly been breaking i :i t.l.e ni.;ht
iii.-i-eiiger, but xx ante 1 to change.. He
was i- g 'r.h'l by tin- rai'n-a I U-xs as
ia.i ng t l;e lu st i n t he ri a I.
'I !-,. I'll..-! : le if Ih.- M
r 1- 1 so sol Iocs that 1.,
. V'"''- 8p t0 Ftft the old used up
jfr' 4 i. t .p- J coo-roo kind.
V':?. "f-;. 'f This rcpular shoe store pro--r-fV.
I $$C&l"0t- ? iV&tJ tect8 its R"8BER reputation
"V " trt'VK'K JUyJ l,v ,n,y ""ndncg pood brands
f 'fZ'.mi-'"'' ,ilil;-"'sJ of reliable
DON'T BUY YOUR
any old place where jou are
We have overshoes from $1.25 to but pride ourselves on our MALTA
ARTIC, with heavy heel at $1.75. GIBRA1.T A, "double heel, edges, sole
and shank, with two buckets at $2.00.
BABY SHOES 50c UP! FLEECE
SOLES FOR CROCHET SLIHPERS
in. bl I'.i I. - Wee; i:ig Wa:
I eeyx el'
Ueliiember the ."i
zanr In liiiey tdocl;
an I 1 n cent ba
xx hen you want
is whut you should think
of now. Winter will soon
be here und you will need
that new stove then. So
don't delay, but come and
see our line cf Heating
Stoves. , The most com
plete und largest stock in
in Cuss county, and at
prices rungingfroin $1.2$
and get your choice.
Draw a Check
SMITH SALE A
Population Iihtciim-h Two.
The stork made several visits dur
ing the last couple of days an I in
crease I the population by the alil-
tlcn ( f two charming little baby p. iris
One of them xvas left with xl is. Ceo.
Fort nnd Mr. Kcrt Is climbiua Hi.
poles of the telephone cotvpi y xx ith
a gusto xxhiih good fortune tiloiu1
could prcinpt. The otiu"- little one
xvas left xvith Mrs. Crank hepp mi l
it Is needless to say that Mr. t-'liopp is
running alongside Mr. Fi i t In bis
good fortune. In all cases both
mother and child are di Ing well.
Wellington Pipes Coring & Co.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
-or Tin -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Plattsmouth, in the State of Ne
braska, at the close of business
November 27, 190S.
Ijiiih mid iIImmuiiIs... 5.ill.Tj
lvi-nlrris. wvuivii nil unsivmvil.. n.i'il
I . S. Ih.ihIs 10 mviitv rlivtilitlliiii
I'li-iiittiniN on I'. S. UmiN
Ileiiil-t. s.-1-ui Uli-s. eu- .1
Kitnklnir Iioiim-, funiltuiv, ttxturt-s...
ntht-r n-l t-suit owm-il
liiii'fiKin nitiieiml tiankit (not rc-
M-ivf mn-iiii.1 ..
Inn- (mm stitti' luoiki mill liitiiki-is ..
I nt fiimi lnovt'tl reervi ngi-nls ..
t lii'1-kn unit olln-r cali lleni.
iiit- ot otlii-r iiitilonnl luniks
Kri-llinl l'l r ciiiit-iii-y, nleki-l
I.mtnl niiiiii-y ii'm-ivo (n limik, vlr:
l i-ual-li-iiilt-r ihiIi-m J.T.ii in -
Kul nii'i Ion f n ml wlili f .S tit-aMiior
C lcr ei'iit of i-lhMiUilnii)
2 :v hi
I'Bivlml vt'vk llil In I .Mnm.iv
Sin nlii. fnllil 2..1H'.1HI
l ,ii. i,i,, I imtiiiH. 1i-h rxiH-iist's mul
in., . nniil r.:tlt It.
Nmlniial bank nolon utit t mul tuir- :W in
I in., i.initii-r itHiliinnl liankH I.4 i.
1 in,-1, si i.ti- limikH mul limikt-n.. .. 4.JiN..
Iniiivtiiuki iii'inMint Huiijtvt loctitt-k rjaio rn
I'l iintnil i-i-MiHi-Bli"! or ili-inw.il 1 1
1 Inn-i-i illlli-mi'it of ili-lHwIt I2.iiT.;I
k . t V..I.,.MLB I
Ciiiinl r ot Cum l "1 I. II. N. iHivi-y. I'nsbli-r
of llu" lilmvp-niiiliril bmik.ihi wili-innl.v ii-ir
tllltl I lir I-M- illlli'lllrlll In Hill' to tin- It-si of
my kiiewleiln-iinl IflK-'v, lv
Cornvt - Attt-t: .itx. F IWvy
1'. K. M-lilmt-r
ll llwL,n.rtli. llln-.nr
(i,ilu-rllil mul i. i "111 to It'f-'lf ll 'r HiU 2l
ilyt.t iH-i i iiitir. I. .1- imiiit.
is,., n Nnlmy I'ulille.
My ctntindlon rxpliv May I, mi
for the money you owe and
note hoxv much more re
t p .'ctfully your creditors re
gard you. They like to do
business with a man who
hB9 an account at the Cass
County Hank. They know
he is doing- hus'ness in a
business-like WHy. Better
open such an account even
if jourBiraiisareiuit large.
They will grow all right.
THE BANK OF CASS COUNTY
Platte mouth, Nebraska.
Today's Event Brings Gocd Crcwd
And Much Sold.
From Saturday's I aily.
The first free auction held at tin
Market Place, the barn of Smith &
Smith on Sixth and Vine streets, at
tracted quite a large crowd of farm
ers and people Intent on picking up
bargains, to the city and the sale was
an unqualified success nnd speaks
well for the future. Mr. Smith acted
;as auctioneer and made himself
'known as a good one. There was an
I offering of nearly everything that one
! cared to own and the people who did
jnot have their desires for goods troat
jod right xvere few and far between.
The stuff sold consisted of horses,
icattle, wagons, buggies and nearly
I every kind of vehicle ami farming
; implements. Most of the stuff
brought good prices although there
was some real genuine bargains to be
lliail in animals.
Taken together the affair xvas a
great, big success mi l Mr. Smith Is
to be congratulate 1 ell bis succors in
bringing together the people of this
section for the sale. Tlie merchants
of the city also profited largely by
the sale as there xvere many pehple
who drove Into the city from a dis
tance with thf nlitoi-t rt lolilns Ir.
I . -. - J J ' ' " ' '"1,1.1(3 Alt
the sale and afterwards stopped to
replenish their larder from the local
merchants. The restaurants partic
ularly profited by the deal as they
nearly all had capacity crowds at
noon. 15arclay'8 had to turn people
away when the noon hour came, and
crowded tables were the rule at Hen
rich's and Barnes'. Another sale In
the near future will be had to which
everyone Is invited.
AND CURE the LUNGS
in a, tt iwx
OLDS Trial Bottle Free
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
OB MONEY REFUNDED.
in this progressive store is now filltil with an emlless
variety of Christina- Gifts. Christmas shoppers will
find txtra pleasure in making their purchases here on
account of neat price saving on every article. IL-re ou
will find a very extensive line of Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry of all Kinds; Clocks, Cut Glass, L-a t In r Goods,
and our immense t xhihit of Silur Goods ot ti ry de
scription, suggests many inexpeniw Chritm;is Hilts.
Remember that voti can buy main liflr iwriti in
jewelry and silver from 50 cents and upwards
Come Early and Avoid the Rush!
J. I CR
Sli t) md Main St., Plattsmouth, Nabruki.
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