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WJT, feel that we have succeeded in the first two days of our 20 per cent Discount
Sale, and expect to succeed to a greater extent in the next five days of this sale,
and KNOW WE WILL, if you havethesame "SeePlattsmouth Succeed"feeling we have
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Wc will give you a discount
this week. Good sizes and strong com
fortable shoes, ranging in price from
$1.85 to $3.50. This is worth look
Ladies' House Dresses
Two-piece dresses $1.75
With 20 per cent discount this week.
You all know that
iqoi f laDilhj"
in Ladies' Shoes, means they look well
wear well and fit well, and the price
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
with a 20 per cent discount this
. week, makes them look like a bargain
"Last Forever" Hose
For Misses and Children.
Four Pairs in a box $100. The four
pair are guaranteed to last for three
months. 20 per cent discount this week
They are Sure Bargains
THE RED SCHOOL HOUSE
NOTHING BETTER FOR THE MONEY.
Box calf and Vict Kid, size 8J to 2.
$1.35, $1.50, $1.85, $2.15
and 20 per cent discount this week
This is a good time to buy the children
their school shoes for spring.
will be worth more money next fall. We
still have a nice lineof patterns to choose
from at 8 l-3c, 10c, U'ic, 15c, and 18c
with 20 per cent discount.
Ero Go Dvy-&
General Merchandise. -. -
Gives Report of Examination of
Books of Sheriff Quinton.
According to promise the Journal
today presents to the public the re
port of James It. Hunter the ac
countant employed by Commissioner
Friedrlch to check the books of Sher
iff Quinton. This report was filed
this morning,. It is approved by none
of the commissioners and no official
action has been taken on it. It is to
be noticed that it absolutely presents !
no facts, but is what the Journal said
it was last evening, amere summary
of what Mr. Hunter finds, it does not
purport to give any figures on the
amount of fees earned by the sheriff
and all It claims to do is to show the
fees which he collected including the
Jailer's fees and the amounts he has
paid into the county treasury. It
is also worthy of notice that of this
sum $1,302.68 has been paid into the
treasury since the first of this year
or since the Journal called public at
tention to the matter of the sheriff's
office. Further comment on this re
port will depend upon matters to be
determined later. The report is as
Plattsmouth, Neb,, Feb. 14, ')0.
To the Honorable ,
The Board of Commissioners,
Cass county, Neb.
I have examined the records of the
various county officers from April 6,
i907 to January 1, 1910, and find
that the sheriff of Cass county collect
ed amount as below:
To fees collected $1069.94
To Jailer's fees, (1909) 547.50
Mrs. James Taylor is reported on
the sick list, being under the care of
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Moore were
visitors in Union Monday, going up
to Plattsmouth in the afternoon. They
will depart soon for their home at
Henry Pollard of Nehawka, spent
several hours in this city Monday on
his way to South Omaha with a car
load of stock for the market.
Mrs. Henry Ross was a visitor in
Murray Monday, going up on the af
V. R. Cross of this place was a
passenger Monday for Plattsmouth.
Mr. Cross is one of those who were
recently chosen to serve on the jury
at the coming term of district court.
August Ossenkop and wife of near
joulsville visited over Sunday In Un
ion with the family of F. C. Bates.
Hon. W. B. Banning of this place
was a passenger for Lincoln Monday,
going up to attend the Democratic
banquet held in that city.
Hon. William Wheeler passed
through here Monday on his way to
Lincoln where he went to attend the
Democratic banquet. .
Jesse Pell from east of Union, was
looking after business matters here
on Monday, and while here took the
opportunity of renewing his subscrip
tion to the Journal for another year.
Mr. Pell 1b an upright and progressive
citizen whom we esteem it an honor
to have subscribe for the best paper
L. G. Todd, another of Cass coun
ty's flourishing and enterprising gen
tlemen, renewed for the Journal
while it's representative was here
THE HORSE MID
John Donlan, son-in-law of J. D.
Rough, comes down from Havelock
to farm on the Rough place this year,
and Mr. Rough will move out and
! make his home with them.
Judge P. S. Barnes on Thursday,
February 3, 1910, pronounced the
words that united in marriage Mr.
Thomas Knne of Sioux City, la., to
Miss Jennie Williamson of Weeping
Farmers are waking up to the fact
that advertising their sales In the
paper does them more good than
Two Cass County Men Making
It Pay and are Doing Fine
Richard Chrlswlsser, a son of Ben
nett Chrlswisser, who has been living
for several years past in Furnas coun
ty, is In the city making his father
a brief visit and this afternoon de-
pans for his old heme to secure a twloe the exPl'nse expended in racing
, . , . , .... ine country over pasting up dims, ii
carload of horses and mules which he I ,,,,. . , , m .
is all right to paste up sale bills, but
will bring back to this county to soll.jthe man who ran rca(1 ,t ln hla homo
Mr. Chrlswisser Is engaged in the ! by the fireside enjoys it better than
horse and mule business in company
with Z. W. Shrader, the well known
Mch. 20, 1908, by cash $203.80
Nov. 27, 1908, by cash 103.95
Mch. 1, 1909, by castt 43.45
Jan. 4, 1910, by cash 755.18
Feb. 12, 1910, by caBh, (Jailer
To balance due sheriff $36.44
I, James R. Hunter hereby swear
that the above Is a correct account
according to my best knowledgo and
James It, Hunter, Accountant.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 14th day of February, 1910.
D. C. Morgan,
(Seal) County Clerk.
Miss Effle Benedict was a passen
ger this morning for Lincoln where
she will spend the day.
President Helps Orphans.
Hundreds of orphans have been help
ed by the President of the Industrial
and Orphan's Home at Macon, Ga.,
who writes: "We have used Electric
Bitters in this Institution for nine
years. It has proved a most excellent
medicine for Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney troubles. We regard it as one of
the best family medicines on earth."
It invigorates all vital organs, puri
fies the blood, aids digestion, creates
appetite. To strengthen and build up
pale, thin, weak children or rundown
people It has no equal. Best for fern,
ale complaints. Only COc. at F. O.
Frlcke & Co.
horseman and farmer of Mt. Pleas
ant precinct and the gentlemen have
been doing quite a largo amount of
business ln their line. Mr. Shrader
also lived in Furnas county at one
time and together with Mr. Chrls
wisser they had picked up many good
horses and mules at a low price wbicn
they have now been Bellini at good
advance. Mr. Shrader is also ln the
city today. It is but a few weeks
since the gentlemen brought ln a
carload of the animals and they had
no trouble ln disposing of them,
hence Mr Chrlswlsser'B trip to the
west after otherB. As both gentle
men are among the best and most
reliable in the country, their stock
Is readily taken by the public for
what they represent It to be and no
mistake Is made. Mr. ChrlBwUser la
now engaged in moving from Furnas
county to Otoe county where he will
engage in farming and raising cattle
and horses. He is an excellent citizen
and Otoe county will profit by his ar
rival. Both he and Mr. Shrader
drove over from the home of the lat
ter last evening to Murray where
they were passengers on the M. P.
to this city, remaining here over
George Llndsey and wife are visit
ing today In Omaha, having gr;ne to
that city to Bpend the day.
Nick Halmes, the well known and
popular farmer from west of the city,
is spending today In the city making
a visit with his many good friends
here. Mr. Halmes Is now enjoying
very good health nnd has been taking
life easy this winter, finding that it
has paid him to do bo. He feels much
better than ln the early fall and la
ready to jump Into spring work at
anytime now. His estimable wife
also accompanied blm to the city.
perusing It on a telephone pole.
C. A. Robblna leaves this week for
Kirwln, Kansas, where he will take
charge of his father's farm and Bcek
a living from the soil. They ship
their goods and will have everything
convenient on their arrival. Before
putting In a crop he says he will have
a lot of corn to gather. Mr. Robbins
will not dispose of bis home here aa
he expecta to return to Weeping Wa
ter to live.
Louis Stander haa maue a deal ror
400 acres of land ln Merrick county
at $70 per acre. This land is about
one mile of Archer, Neb.
L. W. Ingwersen and family re
turned this week to Venango, after
visiting here a few weeks. Before
leaving Mr. Ingwersen traded a half
section of Chase county land valued
at $20 per acre, on 116 acres owned
by Dr. Fred Andrus, one and one
half miles northwest of town. The lat
ter waa valued at $85 per acre. Fred
Lau rents the farm at present.
CftNH County People Wed.
The State Journal this morning
contains the announcement of the
marriage at Lincoln by County Judge
Cosgravo of Aaron E. Palling, aged
21, of Greenwood and MIsb Dell V.
Newklrk, aged 19, of Alvo. Both
young people are very well known In
the western part of the county and
come of excellent families. They are
very popular among the younger peo
ple and have a great many friends
who will unite in wishing them a
long and happy married life.
William DelesDernler, the Elm
wood attorney, came in last evening
and registered at the Riley hotel, hav
ing business In the city today to at
tend to in district court.
MMM i t M t
Having sold our farm two miles south of Plattsmouth,
one and one fourth miles east and three-quarters of a mile
north of Mynard, known as the William Eikenhcry farm, we
will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following property
Sale Begins at 10:30 a. m. Sharp
Day gelding, 6 years old, weight 1200, hay mare 5 years old,
weight 1200, brown marc 7 years old, weight 1 100, sorrel geld
ing. 3 years old, weight 1100, brown mare, 7 years old, weight
1250, sorrel gelding, 3 years old, weight 1300, bay mare, 7
years old, weight 1650, bay team of mares, 7 years old, weight
3000, this team won first place in the draft class at the carnival;
bay mare, 1 year old; 5 of above marcs are with foal; 6 milk
cows, 2 with calves at side; 2 milk cows, fresh soon; Shorthorn
bull, 2 years old, yearling heifer, 25 head of hogs, sow and
pigs, 7 last fall pigs.
McCormick mower, new Deere hay loader, Avery cultiva
tor, New Departure cultivator, Jenny Lind cultivator, riding
cultivator, 14-inch stirring plow, 16-inch riding plow, 3-section
harrow, walking lister, riding lister, corn planter, Hoosicr
seeder, with grass seed attachment, stock cutter, 2-row machine,
hand corn sheller, 2 galvanized water tanks, gasoline engine
used to pump water, 3 good wagons, spring wagon, top buggy,
nearly new; pair bob sleds, light cart, wood rack, 2 hay racks,
some burr oak posts, 2 feed bunks, several thousand feet of
lumber, several tons good Timothy hay in barn, 4 sets of work
harness, set double buggy harness, 2 saddles, fly nets, house
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums of $10 and under, cash in hand; all sums of $10
or more six to twelve months' time will be given on bankable
notes bearing 8 per cent interest. No property to leave the
premises until settled for.
J. E. IIAIIfIA,
J. C. IIANNA, Owners
Robert Wilkinson, Auctioneer,
Carl Fricke, Clerk.
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