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DAILY PERSONAL NEWS
Short Items of Interest FromT ues
day Evenings Daily Journal
Robtert H. Patton is a visitor to
tej in Omaha, going to that city on
the morning train.
Jos. Habirl and wife are spending
today In Omaha, having gone to that
dtj on the morning train.
Dr. B. F. Hrendel of Murray was
in the city yesterday evening for a
few hours from his home.
Miss Olive Jones Is a visitor this
afternoon in Omaha, going to that
city on the afternoon train.
Herman Martens came down last
evening for a brief visit in the city
with his mother and sisters.
Mrs. C. S. Forbes Bpent yesterday
afternoon In Omaha, having gone to
that city on the afternoon train.
Miss E. Dartlett was a passenger
on the morning train for Omaha,
where she will spend the day.
A fine program will be given Tues
day evening, the best talent in the
city will furnish the entertainment.
Jos. Hadraba is among those spend
ing the day In Omaha visiting with
friends and taking In the automobile
V. Kuncl, the baker, Is attending
to business In Omaha this afternoon,
going to that city on the afternoon
Miss Lillian Iiookmeyer. was a pas
senger for Omaha this afternoon to
take up h"r mimic classes for the
MIhb Ethel Uallance arrived home
Saturday evening from her school at
Peru to spend several days with her
C. S. Forbes was among those who
traveled to Omaha today to make a
visit with friends and relatives for
John llallstrom is among those
spending Washington's birthday In
Omaha, having gono to that city this
E. A. VVurl Is attending to busi
ness matters this afternoon In Om
aha, having gone to that city on
train No. 2.1.
L. W. Lorenz is among those who!
had business this afternon In Omaha I
to look after, going there on the af
M. Fanger is attending to business
in Omaha this afternoon being a
passenger for that city on the af
Janus Loughridge and W. Brown
of Murray came up last evening to at-
tend lodge meeting, returning home
on the late train.
Eric Beckstrom Is among the
crowd spending today in Omaha, hav
ing gone to that city this morning
on the early train.
Mrs. J. M. Leek came down Sat
urday night for a visit of several days
with friends, returning to her home
at 1021 L. street, Lincoln this morn
ing. C. A. Hagegstrom of Ixniisvillo who
baa been visiting for several days
ia the city, departed this morning for
Omaha where he will spend the day
Wm. Budlg, manufacturer of the
world famous Denver Special and
Senate Chamber cigars, is extolling
their merits to the merchants of Paci
fic Junction and Glen wood today.
John. P. Melslnger and wlfo came
In this morning from their home and
are spending today In Omaha, having
gone to that city on the morning
Mrs. S. A. Button and little son
who have been visiting In the city
with her parents, departed Monday af
ternoon for her home at University
Miss Anna Hawkinson of Lincoln,
who has been making a brief visit in
the city looking after somo business
matters, returnod to her borne yes
Misses Elsa Thelrolf and Gertrude
Morgan spent last Saturday and Sun
day at the pleasant home of Miss
VIMa Capen, tear Murray, Having a
royal time and being very finely en
tertained by Miss Gapen and her par
ents. The young ladles returned
homo Sunday evening.
George 11. Wood, the Louisville
land man, was In the city yesterday
looking after business matters, and
while hero called upon the Journal
tiffiee for a social conversation of a
few minutes. George insists that the
Beaver Valley lands aro Just a llttlo
the best out, and ho expects to de
part in a few days with another crowd
of hotneseekers for the Montana coun
Mrs. M. Fanger is spending the
day In Omaha visiting with her moth-d
er and other relatives.
Henry Hesse Is a visitor today in
Omaha visiting the automobile show
and meeting old friends.
Mrs. G. E. Dovey and son Charles
are visitors today in Omaha attend
ing the automobile show.
ThoB. M. Patterson was a passen
ger this morning' for Omaha where
he will spend the day.
1 C. D. Grimes, local reporter on
the Journal, is taking in the sights at
Omaha this afternoon.
John Dajeck is among those spend
ing today in Omaha, going to that
city this morning on the early train.
Charles C. Parme'.e and son Pol
lock are visitors today in Omaha, go
ing to that city on the morning train.
Miss Amelia Martens is spending
the day In Omaha, being a passenger
on the early morning train for that
Miss Jessie Robertson was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha where
she will spend the day with her sis
Miss Clee Applegate Is among the
many spending today in Omaha, going
to that city this morning on the early
Miss Martha Geohry is spending
today in Omaha, going to the city
this morning on the early Burlington
MIhb Emma Bauer Is a visitor with
friends today In Omaha, going there
this morning on the early Burlington
Charles B; II and family who have
been visiting for a few days in Bur
lington, la., returned to the city this
Mrs George Dodge was a passenger
on the morning train for Omaha,
where she will spend the day with
Miss Verna Cole Is among those
spending today In Omaha with her
friends, having gone to that city on
the early train.
Pred Mann ,s a v,sltor wl,h
frlen(l8 ,n 0maha- hav1" one t0
that city this morning on the enrly
Mrs. Mary E. Eccles of Rosewell,
N. M., a sister of Mrs. Silas Long, Is
In the city making a visit with her
for a few weeks.
A. L. Anderson departed on the
morning train for eastern Iowa, where
jho wlM ook aft(,r business matters
for Beveral days.
Anton Toman was a passenger this
morning for Omaha where he will
spend the day making a visit with
his friend Frank Jauda.
County Judge Beeson Is celebrating
Washington's birthday in' Red Oak,
la., today, going there this morning
on No. 6.
G. A. Roman departed this morn
ing for Ralston where he will Join
the Burlington bridge gang which
Is working there.
Mrs. Alex Clifton spent a few hours
In the city yesterday attending to
business, returning to her home in
Omaha on the afternoon train.
C. A. Johnson, wife and daughter
Alice are visitors today In Omaha,
having gone to that city this morn
ing on the early train.
Mrs. gaffer and daughter Mrs. Ac
cord are visitors today In Omaha,
having gone to that city this monv
Ing on the early train.
R. J. Hayes and wife were passeng
ers through the city this morning for
Lincoln, having been visiting with
friends down the line of the M. P.
Carl J. Kunsman Is another brass
foundry mechanic spending the day
In the metropolis, going there this
morning on the early Burlington
Pat Egan and son are among the
largo crowd of Plattsmouth people
observing Washington's birthday In
Omaha, going there on the morning
Policeman Henry Trout la taking
a few days layoff and departed this
morning for Red Oak, la., where he
will attend a wedding of a niece this
J. R. Hunter was a passenger thl
morning for Gibson, where ho will
relieve the Burlington storekeeper
who Is sick, nnd will remain for sev
Mrs. Butler of Omaha came down
last evening nnd was a visitor at the
exercises of the Knights and Ladles
of Security, the guest of Mrs. Emily
. Dickson, returning to her home this
Joe Ubershal is one of the em-
Ployes of the bras, foundry who is
spending the day In Omaha, being aj
passenger for that city this morning
on the early train. I
J. B. Merritt of New York who has
been in the city for several days rep-1
resenting his wholeasle house, and in-!
cidentally visiting with old friends,
departed this morning for Lincoln.
W. S. Soper and wife were visitors
last night in the city, coming up
from their home at Nebraska City to
attend the anniversary of the Knights
and Ladies of Security and returning
Steve Orton, one pf the pioneers
of Weeping. "Water and a prominent
business man of that place, was in the
city last evening attending to busi
ness matters .and meeting with old
Mrs. E. J. Doolin of Hamburg, la.,
who has been visiting in the city
with Asbury Jacks and her nieces, re
turned to her home this morning, be
ing accompanied as far as Pacific
Junction by Mr. Jacks.
Fred L. N'utzman, one of the best
citizens of Nehawka, was in the city
yesterday looking after business mat
ters and returning to his home this
Robert E. French, grand lecturer
of the masons has been spending sev
eral days in the city administering
lectures to several classes of appli
cants for degrees in the order.
Judge Travis went to Omaha this
afternoon to visit his brother, Ike,
who has been in one of the hospitals
in that cityfor th past several months.
He has so far recovered ps
to be removed to his home In Om
aha which his many friends in this
city will be glad to learn.
Myron E. Wheeler, who has been in
the city taking the testimony in the
case of Bllsh vs. the C. B. & Q. R. R.,
departed this morning for his head
quarters at Lincoln, stopping for the
day in Council Bluffs where he has
been engaged In taking the testimony
In a very important railroad case in
I'leiiNuntly l',nt rtaincd.
The beautiful home of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Silas Long on high school hill
last Saturday evening was the scene
of a merry gathering when a large
number of friends attended a recep
tion given Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cole
of Alberta, Canada, who are making
a visit of several weeks with Mr. and
Mrs. Long and other relatives. Mr.
Cole Is the youngest brother of Mrs.
The evening was a most rare one,
there being an abundance of pleasures
had and everyone given a most de
lightful occasion. There were in
numerable games, one very laughable
one being naming the minister's cat,
a pastime which everyone hugely en
Joyefd and which caused roars, of
laughter. There were other games
had which were most amusing. In
addition some superb music was
given, there being a number of
harming voices in the audience.
Speaking was another feature of the
evening which served to handsomely
pass the time away and It was a
late hour when the guests found
themselves obliged to go home. In
fact, they came near being caught
by the lights going out but they had
such a good time they didn't mind
that. There was an attendance of
some forty-five guests In all.
V. M. It. V. Lecture.
The Young Men's Bible class of the
Methodist church last evening held
another most Interesting session of
their winter's season, the occasion be-
ng a lecture delivered to them ly
Dr. J. B. Martin. Dr. Martin addres
sed the gathering which was a large
one upon "Emergency Treatments"
or what to do In case of an accident.
His address was confined to a discus
sion of the hnman body and especial
ly the heart, the frailltles of the hu
man body and heart. He then spoke
at length on accidents which the hu
man frame might encounter and the
best medical treatment in such a case
A more complete account of this most
Interesting talk will be given in these
Will Extend Call.
A special meeting of the trustees
of the Presbyterian church was held
Sunday evening at the church parlors,
when the matter of extending a call
to Rev. Cade of Cincinnati, O., was
considered. Rev. Cade's visit to this
lty made a most favorable Impression
and it was decided to extend a call
to him at onco. It Is understood that
he is offered a salary of $1,200 per
year. There are great hopes that he
can Bee his way clear to accept the
call and tako this pulpit as the con
gregation seems to consider him the
most likely of Beveral who have been
talked of for this pulpit.
Mules for Sale.
The I'tntlersigned has a few good
mules and several horses for sale.
Conift and see them at my farm.
Z. W. SHRADKR.
kotick op rvBUCATtox.
8,at?,f 7"' c"i"tr'Ct CUrt fr
pmtio. t uuin Title.
George W. Harshman. plaintiff
Jeremiah S. Carr, J. S. Carr. W. W.
Willingham, John II. Maxon, trustee;
Martha W. Grant, Martha W. Carr,
Joseph Anton Gerlg. Genofeva Gerlg
and Theresa Gerlg. heirs and devisees
of Henry Gerig, deceased; Sarah A.
Willlson, Sarah A. Wilson Marquis
and husband, U K. Marquis, George
r. iixon, Keoecca Ashley, Kebecca I.
t'onner and husband Conner.
first and real name unknown; George
V. Dlxson, George H. VIckRov. Mary
1'. McCartney, A. K. McCartney,
Amanda J. McCartney, William I).
Gregory and wire. Dellnda Gregory.
George W. Betts and wife. Kachel J.
Betts. non-residents of the State of
Nebraska; B. Wolph, Br W. Show and
Clendenen W. Mitchell, onlv surviving
heirs of H. C Wolph and wife, Esther
Wolph, deceased; Amelia B. Halde
man. formerly widow of Addison P.
Weston, deceased, and his only sur
viving heir and devisee.
The unknown heirs and devisees f
Jeremiah S. Carr and of his wife. Martha
v. iarr. deceased: the unknown heirs
and devisees of J. 8. Carr. deceased: the
unknown assignees, heirs and duvlanu
of W. W. Willingham. deceased, the un.
known assignees, heirs and devisees
of John H. Maxon, trustee, deceased,
the unknown heirs and devisees of Mar
tha W. Grant, deceased: the unknown
heirs and devisees of Sarah A. Willi.
son deceased; the unknown heirs and
devisees of Sarah A. Wilson Marquis
and of her husbund, L. K. Marquis, de
ceased; the unknown heirs of George F.
inxon, uereaseu; me unknown heirs and
devisees of Rebecca Ashley, deceased;
the unknown heirs and dvlsees of Ke-
Decca u. Conner and of her husband
Conner, real name unknown.
oeceasea; me unknown heirs and de
vlsees of George V. IHxson, deceased: the
unknown neirs and devisees of Mary
P. McCartney, deceased; the unknown
heirs and devisees of A. K. McCartney,
deceased; the unknown heirs and de
visees of Amanda J. McCartney, de
ceased: the unknown heirs and devisees
of William I). Gregory and of his wife,
Dellnda Gregory, deceased; the un
known heirs and devisees of George
W. Betts and wife. Hachel J. Betts. de
ceased; the unknown heirs and devisees,
respectively, or Joseph Anton Gerlg,
Genofeva Gerlg and Thersa Gerlg, de
Notice to each and all of the above
named non-residents of the State of
Nebraska and to each and all of the
above named unknown heirs and de
To each and all of the above named
non-residents of the state of Nebraska,
and to each and all of the above named
unknown heirs and devisees, defend
ants. You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that on the ISth dav of February,
A. P.. 1910, plaintiff filed his petition
In the district court for the County of
lass, .state or rsenraska, the object and
prayer of which Isoto confirm and quiet
his title n&ainst you and each of you
In and to the following described lands
In the County of Cnss, State of Nebras
The west half (wty) of the northwest
quarter (nwV't) of section numbered
thirty-five da), the west half ( w ) of
the northeast quarter (ne'4 of said sec
tion numbered thirty-five (.IS), the west
alf ( w V4 ) of the southeast quarter (so1..)
of said section numbered thirty-live
::.r), the east half leVfei of the north
east quarter (ne'4) of section numbered
thirty-four (34). the northeast quarter
(iie1) or the southeast quarter (se'i)
of said section numbered thirty-four
(34), the east half (o) of the west
half (w' of the northeast quarter
(ne'A) or said section numbered thirty
four CI4), and the east half le) of
the northwest quarter (nwi) of the
southeast quarter (se'4 ) of said sec
tion numbered thirty-four (34), all of
said lands In township numbered ten
(10) north of range numbered twelve
(121, In the County of Cass, State of
Nebraska for that plaintif by himself
and grantors has been in the open, con
tinuous, exclusive, adverse possession of
suid described lands for more than
twenty-seven C.'7 years prior to the
date of filing this petition, thereby ac
quiring absolute title to said lands and
hereby barring all claims of title there
to, and liens thereupon by long lapse
To especially have cancelled of record
a certain deed of trust given by de
fendant. Jeremiah S. Carr, In the name
of J. S. Carr to defendant, John H.
Maxon, trustee, on the said northwest
quarter (nwVi ) of the northeast quarter
(neVi) of said section numbered thirty
five (:!5) said township and range, to se
cure the payment of the sum of two
hundred dollars ($200.00) to defendant,
W. W. Wllllngliam, said deed of trust
recorded in Book "A". at page 2 55, of the
deed records of said County of Cass.
To confirm and quiet title In plaintiff
anil against defendant. Martha W.
Grant, In and to the southwest one
fourth (sw'i) of the northeast one
fourth (neU) and the west half (wV4)
of t lie southeast one-fourth lse',4) of
said section numbered thirty-five (35)
said township and range, by reason of a
deed of conveyance of said lands hv
defendant. Jeremiah S. Carr, to said
Martha W. Grant of date September
30, 1K5S, and recorded in Book "B" at
page 3X9, of the deed records of said
County of Cass, under which deed Raid
Martha W. Grant claims an interest in
To confirm and quiet title In plaintiff to
the northeast quarter (ne4 ) of the south
east quarter (se) of said section num
bered thirty-four (34), said township
and range as against derenoants,
George W. Betts and wife, Rachel J.
Betts. Sarah A. Willlson, Sarah A. li
on Marquis and husband, U K. Mar
quis, by reason of a deed of convey
ance of said lands by said George W.
Betts and wife to said Sarah A. Willl
son of date of April 28. 1S68, recorded In
Book K at page 24a. of the deed
records of said county, under which
deed said Surah A. Willlson claims an
Interest In said lands, and to confirm
and quiet title in plaintiff to the lands
last above described, as against sain
Sarah A. Wilson Marquis and husband,
I 10. Marquis, by reason of a deed or
conevyance of said lands to one, Henry
iluiiir. of date February 25. 1875. and
recorded In Book U at page os, or
the deed records of said county, under
which deed the said L. "K. Marquis
claims an Interest in said lands. Also
to confirm and quiet In plaintiff title
to the lands last above descriueu
against defendants, Joseph Anton Gerlg,
Genofeva Gerlg, and Theresa uerig,
heirs and dev sees of Henry Gerlg, ne
ceased, bv reason of a certain legacy
of four thousand dollars ($4000.00) be
queathed to suld last named defend
ants of said Henry Gerlg, deceased, said
legacy creating an apparent lien upon
the lands last above described.
To cancel of record a certain power
of attorney given by defendant. George
K Dlxson, to derenaant, ueore-e n vick
IIiiv. recorded in Book "B'' at page 614,
of the said records of said County of
Cass, covering the south half (sty) of
the southwest one-rourtn tswj or ine
northwest one-fourth (nwVi) of said
section numbered thirty-five (35) and
the east half (e) of the southeast
one-fourth (se4) the east one-half
(eVfc) of the northwest one-fourth
(nw4) of the northeast one-fourth
(neil) of the east half (eH) or the
southwest one-fourth ('HI of the
northeast one-fourth (neVi) and the
enst half e) of the northwest one-r.im-tti
rnwUl of the southeast one-
fourth (seVi) of said section numbered
thirty-four (34), said township and
range. , ,
To conrirm ami qulei Tine in pinin
tlff nirnlnst defendants. George F. Dix
on, Kebecca Ashley, Itebecca P. Conner,
and husband Conner, rem numo
iinlr now II . Amelln It Hnlileman. form
erlv widow nnd only heir nnd devisee of
Addison P. Weston, deceased, to the
enst half (eH of the northwest quar
ter nw4) of the southeast quarter
(se4) nnd the west half w4) of
the east half teH) of the west half
(wtj) of the northeast quarter (neVi)
all in said section numbered thirty
four (34) said township and range bv
reason of a claim to said lands by said
Itebecca Ashley under a deed of con
veyance thereof by said George K
,,iu..n 4 a ..LI 1 nlnrfn Aahlnv of nntA
September 14th. A. D., 10. llecorded
In Hook "D" nt page 12H, of the deed
records of said county: anil by reason
of a deed of conveyance of the lands
last above described by said Rebecca
Ashley in the name of Kebecca D. Con
ner, and said -Conner, real name
unknown, her husband, to said Addison
P. Weston of date November 6, 1864,
recorded In Book "G" at page 280, of
the deed records of said county, but
which deed by mistake and ommisslon
wa not signed by said Conner,
real name unknown.
To confirm and quiet title in plaln
tlfT against defendants, Mary 1. Mc
Cartney, A. K. McCartney and Amanda
J. McCartney to the west half (wV4)
of the northwest one-fourth (nw,) of
said section numbered thirty-five (35)
and to the east half (eV4 of the north
east one-fourth (ne'O of said section
numbered thirty-four (34), the east half
tevl or me west half (wty) of the
northeast one-fourth tneVl) of said sec
tion numbered thirty-four 34i nnd ma
east half of the northwest one-
lourm mwi or the southeast one
fourth (se4) of said section numbered
(34). all of said lands in an 1.1 inwn,hin
and range, by reason of a deed of con
veyance or said lands bv A. 8. Mc
Cartney, Henry M McCartney and said
Mary V. McCartney and said A. K. Mc
Cartney to defendant. Amanda J. Mc
Cartney, dated August 20, 1866. and re
corded in Book "J- at page 340, at the
deed records of said county, in which
deed said Mary P. McCartney and said
A. E. McCartney failed to join In the
To confirm and quiet title .In plaintiff
against defendants, George F Dlxson.
George F. Dixon, William D. Gregory
and wife. Dellnda Grea-orv. inH u
Wolph, B. W. Show and Clendenen w
Miicnen, oniy surviving heirs and de
visees of Henry C. Wolph, deceased,
to the east half (ei) and twenty acres
off of the east side of the west half
(wV4) of the northeast quarter (ne)
of said section numbered thirty-four
(34), said township and range, by rea
son of a deed of conveyance of said
lands by said George F. Dixon to H. C
Wolph of date October 29, I860, and
recorded in Book "D" at page 217, of
the deed records of said County of Cass;
and by reason of a deed of conveyance
of said lands by said George F. Dixon
in the name of George F. Dlxson, to de
fendant, William D. Gregory of date
October 29. I860, and recorded in Book
"D" at page 179, of said deed records;
and by reason of a deed of conveyance
of said lands by said William V. Ore
gory and wife, Dellnda Gregory, to said
Addigon P. Weston Of date August 19,
1863, and recorded In Book "F" at page
216 of said deed records: and also hv
reason of a deed of conveyance of said !
amis dv sain ri. c. wolph and wife,
Ksther Wolph, to said Addison P. Wes
ton. of date August 19, 1863, and re
corded In Book "F" at page 217, of Raid
deed records, the description In said
several deeds of conveyance of said
land being uncertain and Indefinite.
You and each of you are required to
answer said petition on or before the
11th day of April, A. D., 1910. In de
fault thereof Judgment will be entered
confirming and quieting title to all the
lands above described In plaintiff and
against each and all of you and for
costs of suit.
George W. Harshmnn.
Mv Basil S. Itamsev and William C.
llamsey Attorney for Plaintiff.
IN T1!K DISTRICT COUUT OF CASS
In the matter of the application of
Henry Zuckweller. guardian of the es
tate of Orla-n McCullv, Willie McCully
and Kddle McCullv, minors, for a license
to sell real estate.
On rending ami filing the petition,
duly verllled of Ilanry Zuck weller,
guardian of the persons and estate of
Or'-in McCully, Willie McCully and
Kddie McCully, minors, for license to
sell the following described real estate
to-wlt: Dot twenty-one In the north
west quarter of the southeast quarter
of section nineteen, township No.
12, range No. fourteen east of the 6th
p. m. containing thirteen and one half
acres more or less.
Also lot one hundred and seven,
northwest of the southeast of section
nineteen, township twelve, range four
teen east of the 6th p, m. for the pur
pose of raising funds for the education
and maintenance of said minors, Kddie
McCully, and for the Investment of the
shine of Orlan and Willie.
It Is therefore ordered that the next
kin of said minors and all rjersons In.
terested In said estate appear before
mn at chambers in the court house In
the City of Plattsmouth. Cass county,
Xehraska, on the 21st day of March,
1!)10, at 1 o'clock p. m., to show cause.
If any there be, why license should not
bo granted to said Henry Zuckweller,
guardian, to sell said real estate for the
purpose set forth.
And It Is further ordered that a copy
of this order be published once each
week for three successive weeks In the
Plnttsmouth Journal, a newspaper
printed and published In said county of
Dated at chambers In said county of
Cass this 14th day of February, 1910.
HARVEY D. Tit A VIS.
Judge of the district court of Cass
English Spavin Liniment removes
Hard, Soft, or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses; also blood
Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney,
Ring Bone, Stifles, Sprains, Swollen
Throats, Coughs, etc. Save 50 by
use of one bottle. A wonderful Blem
ish Cure. Sold by Gering & Co., drug
Henry Hemple came In this morn
ing from Lincoln to look after some
business matters and visit with his
of Special Katies!
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS:-February 1st and 15th, and the 1st
and,3rd Tuesday of each subsequent month, to the West, Nortwest and South
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WINTER TOURIST RATES: Daily through February and March to all
Southwestern, Gulf, Cuban and California resorts.
Very Cheap One Way Rates
To Puget Sound and Pacific Coast
Only $25.00 from eastern and central Nebraska to Seattle, Portlanc Spo
kane, Butte, Helena, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other far western desti
nations. Tickets sold from March 1st
THROUGH SERVICE: These
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daily xhrough tourist sleepers via Denver, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lake City, and
Get in touch with me, and let me give you descriptive literature, arrange
for your berths and assist you in every way poBsible.
L. W. WAKELY,
Pure in the
Wegxu Hotel. ,
That's what we have, and it will tx
a first-class and up-to-date-hotel
ready for business about the first of
March. The name "Wegota hotel"
was one of the seventy names sent
In by Ledger readers. The commit
tee consisting of L. R. Upton, G. W.
Saxon and C. L. Graves, met Wed
nesday afternoon and carefully con
sidered the seventy names in the
box, and the "Wegota hotel" was the
choice of the committee and approved
by Edward Leach, the proprietor.
The committee then eyamined the
numbers to find the winner of the
week's board and discovered the
the name was sent in by two persona
Reese Delaney and A. E. Stites
and both will chew from the "grub
ticket" as long as it lasta. Hurrah!
Hurrah! Wegota hotel! Union Led
ger. Miss Ina Hatt was a passenger this
morning for the north, going to Om
aha on the early train.
There are at least two months
of weather before Spring that
demand an overcoat.
But, leave this outf the ques
tion. If you couldn't wear it one
day until next winter, you ought
to buy a coat of us now. (Quality
and price reasons.) Our
HABT. SCHAFFNER & MARX
quality, with the all wool and
shape retaining guarantee.
Our extremely low pi ices at this
season of the year:
any overcoat in the store.
Tlie Home of '
Hart, Hhaffner d- Marx (Jlotlm
Manhattan Shirts Stctmn lints
to April 15th.
tickets honored in chair cars and tourist
L. PICKETT, Agent,
G. P. G., Omaha, Neb.
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