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Where Elso u,.uM ai
pcrttofuvl correct 1 hms in
(hca ats hut at the O la'ily
store, thi' llonv? i) Sati-fat tii'D.
I lore )ti have the i.:'j,v.-t
selection of hi'h-cks garment?
t ) he found in Cass county anil
every one of them crowded full
of value and .tle.
intf kooiI coats sty
lish coats with genu
ine PRESTO coll irs, as low
We have a beautiful line of
convtrtable collars in handsome long coats, ALL VOOL, at
$12, $15, $18, $20 and $22. You don't need to go to
the city for your overcoat when this splendid line is right
at your door. Have Buffalo, Auto and Fur coats from
$15 to $35.
U e are st 11-
S. IE. Uoserfs
THE HOME OF SATISFACTION
m. i nil
bra ted Saturday.
BOX SOGL'L AT HOME
OF UNO IS. TODD
Thursday evening, about 7:30, two
hay-rack wagon loads of Loyal Sous
and Loyal Daughters, of the Chris
tian nuiioay School, with Grove Liv
ingston driver of ono team and
Claude Mayabb. driver of the other,
with laughter and hour, made their
way to the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Todd, residing three und a half
miles went of the city
The occasion of the visit of tne
young people wax a box social, the
proceeds of which are to be lined In
the work of the church.
The luiyrackH with their loads of
happy Sons and Daughters, arrived
at their destination about 0 o'clock,
and festivities Immediately com
menced. A short tlmo was spent In
d ao'lal way, then a short program
which had been arranged by tho com
mittee, wan had. Two Instrumental
(luetB wero played by .Misses lsabell
und Klanoro Todd. .Miss Fannie
Will also furnished a piano number.
Miss Mildred Cummins pine an en
tertaining rending, and Mr. John Fal
ter furnished two readings, the en
tire program was of high merit and
much enjoyed by those present.
The boes wero to have been
auctioned off by a skilled auctioneer
from Omaha, but for some reason
best known to himself tho auctioneer
failed to arrive, and Rev. Ratcllffe
was Induced to fill the vacancy, and
ho well did ho perform his part that
tho sale of boxes was a very lively
transaction, and the finest box, that
of Mrs. Todd, brought the handsomo
Bum of $:i,10. Knell box contained
tho name of the lady tho owner was
expected to share the contents with
At a very late hour tho young no-
p!c n turned to tho city, having en
Joyed a lovely time, the occasion
proving both a social and financial
way owners have been unable to do
that Is, guarantee fair treatment of
tho railways when rate orders are
There Is reason for hoping that the
railway managers, exercising such
legitimate Influence as they possess,
plus the railway employes, exercising
such legitimate Influence as they pos
sess, will bo strong enough to coun
terpoise the producers, shippers and
middlemen, who demand lower anil
lower rates without regard to fair
ness. We may be nearer to an ad
justment than we think, and a re
moval of tho shadow that has rested
on the railway businessthat the
public could not be relied on to be
Just. The Intervention of the broth
erhoods Is of the highest degree Important.
I.d (.f O U'ber U iiu tho
bi:t!i !ay anniversary of Mr. (U-orye
W. 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 , about thirty-three of his
fi ll nds assembled at bis home and
tendered him a more than pleasant
s Ji prise. At the noon hour a sump
tuous ropust was spriad In the dining
room, whiih was most temptingly
servi d. It is needless to say aught
about the dinner, as It had been pre
pared by Mrs. Morn, and everything
one could think or or wisn ror was
to be found on the tables, which wero
simply groaning with their burden of
eatables. In addition to the superb
quality of this most elegant repast,
the service was far above the ordin
ary, being In the hands of Mr Drown,
who devoted himself to making the
dinner pass off without a flaw. Mr.
P.rown in his unaccustomed position
as waiter acquitted himself grandly.
Various games and contests, Inter
sperced with social conversation,
were Indulged In during the after
noon add after wishing Mr. Horn
many more happy birthdays, the
company dispersed, one and all de
claring they had had a glorious time
and ono which would never bo for
gotten. Those In attendance were Messrs.
and Mesdames Henry Horn, P. A.
Horn, Mrs. W. A. Decker; Misses
Nettle Meislnger, Katie, Lulu, Maynie
and Adelia Hell, Maggie, Katie,
Marie and Dora Kaffenberger, Anna
Kopia, Dcrtha Noltlng, Viola Decker,
Helen, Dernlce, Marie, Oracle and
Lucilo Horn, Helena and Louisa llen
nlngs: Messrs. George P. Horn, J. L.
Drown, Ally, Will and William Mel
singer, Adam and Roulph Hell, John,
George, Fred, Mike and August Kaf
fenberger, Earl and Floyd Decker,
George and Harry Horn.
Jiliiy'n 1 'inly
Kalu-eX went to 0:i
. R. Olson spent tile day in
tool. ins; after b-it'.nesi u:at-
The Ili'olliertiood'N Intervention.
(New York Sun, Sept. 27, 1910.)'
The railway managers of America,
despite the legends of the great polit
ical power, have not been strong
enough to secure In all cases fair
play from legislatures, congresses,
com missions and executive. The dlB
rontont of practically every railway
president In the United States Is suf
ficient proof that the government Is
not under railway control.
The Investing public, which owns
the securities of the rallwnys
although more than a million strong
and having the sympathetic support
of business men generally, has not
heen strong enough to secure In all
cases fair piny for tho railways. Tho
doubt entertained concerning the
value of railway securities Is suffi
cient proof that tho government Is
not under the control of he ow tiers
of the railways.
Now enters a third Influence to de
mand fair play for tho railways
namely, tho employees of tho rail
ways. The great railway brother
hoods, through their officers, have
prepared a memorial calling atten
tion to tho fai t thnt, while everything
tho railway bus to buy labor and
material has gone up In price, the
only thing they sell transportation,
has gone down, and that this pro
fess can not go on Indefinitely with
out menacing railway wages. Will
the brotherhoods be nblo to do what
tho railway managers and tho rall-
Tho M. 1. K. It. Co's Statement.
st. Lo.i't, :;. Oct 2 1, rn u.
To the officers and other employes
of the Missouri Pacific Railway Com
pany and St. Louis, Iron Mountain &
Southern Railway Company:
There are no material differences
existing between the railway com
pany and the machinists except the
question of the reinstatement of tho
foremen who went out with the men.
The machinists' organization Insists
upon their reinstatement to the posi
tions they formerly held, which re
quest has been refused.
The right of tho railway company
to select Its officers of whatever
rank, Including foremen, Is one which
cannot be relinquished to a labor
organization, while tho company Is
held to responsibility for the safety
and efficiency of Its service
The action of the other labor
organizations to coerco the railway
company Into compliance with tho
machinists' demands by threats of a
sympathetic strike, In violation of
their contract agreements entered
Into since the machinists' strike was
declared, cannot bo permitted to In
fluence the company In Its determi
nation to maintain control of Its
business through Its own official
S. W. Sullivan,
The Coernment pays Railwny Mail
Clerki $) to $1,2(10, and other em
ployeei up to $2,!(l0 annually
Uncle Sam will hold examinations
throughout tho country for Railway
Mail Clerks, Custom House Clerks,
Stenographers, Dookkcepers, Depart
ment Clerks and other Government
positions. Thousands of appointments
will bo made. Any man or woman
over 18, In City or Country can get
Instruction and free Information by
writing at onco to the Bureau of
Instruction, 79 J. Hamlin Building,
Rochester, N. Y.
I- I . Ml Til
tin i.e. s.s
Mr. Draper, of Lincoln, was in the
ity to lay shaking hands vwih his
Mr. O. Gllson went to the hospital
this morning to visit bis sen Kd. for
a few hours.
Miss Rose Thomas and her sister,
Miss Frances Thomas, spent the day
In the metropolis.
Miss Anna O'Neill spent the day
with Omaha friends, going on the
early morning train.
John Nemetz, the Sixth street con
fectioner, was called to Omaha on
the morning train today.
Mr. Will Hewett and his cousin,
Miss Helen Cline, were Omaha visit
ors on the morning train today.
Mr. L. F. Sallee, of the Masonic
Home, was called to Omaha on busi
ness this morning.
Mr. James Sage went to Glenwood
on the morning train today, where
he was called on Important business.
Mrs. J. N. Wise returned from
Omaha last evening, where she has
been the guest of friends for a short
John H. Rohrdanz, of near Louis
ville, visited Plattsmouth on business
today, returning to his home at 3:20
Dr. Cyrus Alton, from Elmwood,
accompanied by his mother, visited
the court house today on legal busi
ness. Senator W. B. Banning,, of Union,
was a Plattsmouth visitor last even
ing, having come up to join in the
Col. M. A. Dates and W. II. Puis
departed for Avoca this afternoon,
where they expect to round up a
number of the voters.
Rev. M. A. Shine relumed from
Lincoln last evening, where he had
been to pay a visit to Father John
Mrs. Adallne Fellers was a passen
ger on the morning train for Omaha
this morning to do some week-end
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Pronotes Dirslionflif f ifi
rtess and ReuContoins neither
rorTnf?rti f nj Children.
Tho Kind Yea Haye
Aper'd Remedy forCmisflf,a
t ion . Sour Stomach, D iarrlwo
Worms f oiTMilsions Jcverisli
ncss and Loss OF Sleep.
FacSuiiile Signature of
m - r m m
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
tmi eiNTnuR eoanm, mw von city.
Casliier l.yle (ioes Net Week,
Mr. I. C. Lylo will depart for
(reenwood about November 1st,
w here he w ill iake chargo of tho sta
tion os agent for tho Durllugton at
that place. Mr. Lylo has been cash
ier at this point for tho past two and
a halt years, and by his gentlemanly
manner has mado many friends In the
city, Mr. Lyle's family will move as
soon as ho ran find a suitable resi
dence there to occupy
Some ,I'ine Potatoes.
Our excellent Certnan friend, John
Kaufman, residing south of Platts
mouth, hn3 completed his big crop
season by raising about 4 00 bushels
of fine potatoes, and they are fine
ones, too. He certainly must be pret
ty well experienced In tho new dry
fanning process, at least ho has
found sufficient moisture the present
Reason to grow plenty of everything
He brought ten snmple potatoes to
this office yesterday evening, the
finest that we have seen, either
grown here or shipped In. They are
not the largest In the patch cither,
for we have been Informed that he
found a jack rabbit's nest on the In
side of one of them. If you do not
(believe this story, just ask Fritz
Oletihausen, who never told a lio in
all his life, and he Is the one that
told us about the nest, lie did not
tell us that tho rabbit had stored
away sufficient provisions for the
winter. All that we know about this
story Is that tho potatoes are fine,
and wo have the proof In the ten left
at this office.
tut (iiiod Crops of A I fulfil.
C. K. Cook was In the city today
looking up somo business matters,
and Informed tho agricultural editor
that he had Just finished putting up
the fifth crop of alfalfa cut from his
meadow this season. The yield aver
aged about a ton and a half for each
cutting per acre. At the present price
of hay, C. K. would pay for a farm of
$200 per ncre land In two years.
Jake Kouka and his sister. Miss
Julia, departed this morning for Te
kamah, where tehy will visit relatives
Charles Herger, the b;t1er, re
turned from Lincoln last evening,
where ho attended tho Rakers' Con
vention for a short time.
Mrs. Charles Krway, of Denver,
who has been spending a week wiJi
Mrs. J. ('. Peterson, In this city, de
parted for her homo this morning.
Ceorge H. Meislnger and wife and
Mr. Meislnger s sister, Miss Laura,
were passengers . on the morning
train for Omaha today.
Mrs. I). O. Hewett and son Will
arrived from their home at Kansas
City last evening nnd will be guests
of the llempel home for a time.
A thin sheet of Ice was frozen over
vessels of water left on the lawns of
Plattsmouth citizens last night, tho
first Ice of home manufacture seen
Mrs. Rachel Adams and daughter,
Mrs. Samuel Maxwell, departed for
Fremont on tho morning train today.
Mr. W. T. Adams accompanied his
mother and sister as far as Omaha.
Mr. Fred Krough and bride, who
have been visiting the home of Ceo.
McDaniel for a short time, departed
for their homo at Maishalliown,
Iowa .this afternoon.
I). K. Darr, attorney of Louisville,
was In the city today in the Interests
cf the Coleman estate, making ar-
rangements to close the special ad
ministration of the estate.
Ceorge McDaniel, who has uoeii
spending a short tlmo at home on
sick leave, returned to Louisville to
day, to work on the Missouri Pacific
new bridge being built at that place.
Mrs. Anna llardknock and two
daughters, Hazel and Velmn, of
Mvo, and Mrs. Hattle Kerr, of Lin
coln, arrived last evening on tho Mis
souri Pacific and will visit the J. H.
Decker home for a few days.
drove Livingston and wife re-
TcMm the Cement.
Chris Daysel, the engineer, went
to Omaha this afternoon, taking w ith
his samples of cement to be tested
The concreting will commence ntxt
Monday, If tho weather permits, and
will take about six days to complete.
The concrete will have to stand about
five days to get properly set before
the sand and brick will bo placed
The ditching and laying tho water turned from Omaha last evening, Mr
mains has Interfered somewhat with Livingstone having gone up
the progress of the leveling up, but
this Is all out of tho way now so that
tho matter can be pushed along. The
contract for extending tho sewer Is
not yet signed, and It seems thnt the
bidder Is not as anxious for home
concerns to get tho job as was
day to accompany his wife and chil
dren home, after a few days' visit
with friends In the metropolis.
C. K. Mctzger,' of Cedar Creek.
candidate for representative on tho
democratic ticket, was In Platts
mouth last evening and attended the
from the Durlington park, south of
the station, to the Perkins hotel this
morning, where it has gone into win
ter quarters. The plant was present
ed by Mr. F. R. Guthman, when he
left the hotel, to the late W. L. Pick
ett, who In turn gave It to the Dur
lington for a decoration for the park.
Prof. J. Asch, of Murray, was a
Plattsmouth visitor today and regis
tered at the Riley.
Councilman Ceorge Dovey and his
brother, Mr. H. N. Dovey, transacted
business In the metropolis this after
noon. Mr. Ray Downing, of York, arrived
today and will be the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Max Adams, for a fei
Mr. F. J. Waugh, of Omaha, came
in this morning on No. 4 and trans
acted business In the city between
Mrs. L. M. Kuhney and Mrs. E.
McClain, who Is Mrs. Kuhny's guest,
visited friends in the metropolis this
Charles Sitzman and wife, of Cedar
Creek, spent a few hours in Platts
mouth today, returning to their home
via Omaha. i
Mrs. K. Ramathen and Dane, of
Omaha, who have been visiting Mrs.
Julia Dwyer for a few days, returned
to her home this afternoon.
Mrs. Mark White and Miss Nettie
Smith went to Omaha on the fast
mail this afternoon, where they did
bcine chopping between trains.
Charles Renner and wife went to
St. Joseph's hospital on the afternoon
trail: today to visit Mr. Rentier's sis
ter, Mrs. Jesse Dlunt, for a short
Dr. (illmour, of Murray, attended
the rally at the Parmele last evening
and approved the sentiment ex
pressed by the congressman and governor.
Henry Prcal and wife, who have
been visiting at the home of James
M. Robertson and wife for a few
days, departed for their home at
llildreth, Nebraska, this afternoon
Mr. H. L. Oldham, a staunch dem
ocrat of Murray, was In the city last
evening and listened to the democrat
lc doctrine as expounded by Govern
or Shallenberger and Congressman
O. C.ilson on returning from
Omaha this afternoon reported his
son, Ed. Gllson, as feeling fine and on
the way to recovery. Mr. Gllson
called at Mrs. Dlunt's ward and
found her Improving rapidly.
Mr. C. A. Welch is engaged today
In putting on the finishing touches
to' the walls and woodwork of the
hall between the Red Men building
and the Clark and Walling building
The hall Is now one of the neatest In
In County Court.
Ptatn of Nebraska, Cass County, ss.
In the matter of Kstate of Annette
Notice1 to creditors of said estate Ib
hereby Riven that all claims against
na lil estate must be presented and filed
within six months from the 5th day ot
November, 1K10, and that hearings will
bo had before me,. at Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, November 6th, 1910, and May
8th, 1911, at 9 o'clock a. m. of each
day AVItness my hand and seal of said
County Court, this 5th day of October,
(Seal) Alln J. Beeson.
State of Nebraska, County of Cass, In
In the matter of the estate of John
II. Walllnger, deceased. ,
To all persons interested:
You are hereby notified that there
will be a hearing upon the petition
for the appointment of an adminis
trator in above estate before me at
the County Court rooms at Platts
mouth, In said county on the 7th
day of November 1910, at 9 o'clock,
a. m. All objections, if any, must
be filed on or before said day and
hour of hearing.
Dated October J 4th, 1910.
Allen J. Deeson,
Mr. V. T. Richardson, or Murrny,
went to tho hospital this afternoon
to return with his daughter, Miss
Photiio. who underwent an operation
for appendicitis about two weeks ago.
The young lady has recovered vapidly
and Is now able to return to her
matter should bo let to some other
(responsible bidder, If the one to
whom It was let docs not want the
thought from remarks made. The speech making of Governor Shollom
berger and Congressman Maguire,
Mr. Charles Yarley, of Dutte. Ne
braska, who hns been tho guest ot
his aunt, Mrs. Evelyn Jones, for n
week, departed for his homo this
morning. Mrs. Jones nccompanled
her nephew to Omaha, and Fpent the
dav there with friends.
Mr. Con Gillespie and his forco of
men removed tho largo century plant
John ljuuliert, of Grand Island,
Nebraska, who has been the guest of
Mrs. Tom Smith at Rock llluffs two
weeks, returned to his home this
(Jets Finger Mashed.
Mr. Ray, who works at the shops.
had the misfortune yesterday to get
his finger mashed under one .of the
big steam hammers. Dr. Livingston
dressed the Injury. and Mr. Ray will
have to rest for a few days, as the
Injury Is fiuite painful.
Judge II. D. Travis transacted
business in Omaha between trains today.
STYLE 56 AT $2.65 IS
Extra heavy stocK, two full doulle
soles, patent tip, larpe eyelets, rein
forced stay. A heavy dressy 8 hoe
suitable for needs of wet weather and,
'Tis best all round shoe for neatness
and service, and. to see it will be to ap
preciate it as a money Baver, for it is
two shoes in one. A Rood school and
dress up shoe combined.
Stock anil fii'tilii I'arm For Sale,
222 arreJ miles east of Murray
and 7 miles south of Plattsmouth.
Good five-room house with excellent
stone cellar. Good $1,000 'barn, and
other out buildings. Three good,
living springs, one right at the house,
and everything comfortably situated.
Will bo sold for $110 per aero, one
half down, and balance to suit pur
chaser at 6 per rent. Call on or ad
dress nio at Murray, Nebraska.
ft , i F. M. Young.
Child's sizes. . .
"Quality Shoes" at Trade at
Sherwood h Son
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