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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
OF CASS COUNTY, CAST AT ELECTION HELD NOVEMBER 8. 1910
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Jury Secured and State Examines Several Witnesses Including
George Sanders, Who Was Witnessed the Crime.
The district court convened short
ly after 1 o'clock yesterday nftor
noon, and proceeded to get a Jury to
try the case of the state against Louis
Keezer and Isadoro Sltzman, charged
with attempted rotthery and murder,
and with murder and robbery on the
persona of Mike Cctio and George
Sanders on tlio evening of September
1, last. Tho defetiHo exercised hut
one of Its peremptory challenges and
the state three. The names of the
Jurors selected to try the case are:
Chris lsko, Georgo Kaffeiiberger,
Oregon Douge, C. A. Harvey, (1. L.
Farley, Oscar Miller, II. I'. Dehnnlng,
C. F. Vallory, (I. 10. Perry, V. H.
Goodfellow, Elmer Hutchlns and
John Fowler, twelve good men and
true, as the law requires.
Some preliminary matters were
taken up and disposed of and while
theso were being discussed the jury
was excused until 9 o'clock this
The defndats' counsel, Judge Ma
ker, made an oral motion to have
the state elect on which of the
several counts It would proceed upon
and tho matter was argued at somo
length, after whirl) It was arranged
to try the accused nu n on the count
charging murder while attempting to
commit robbery. The state made Its
opening statement to the Jury, coin
mem lug about 10:15 this morning,
Immediately followed by the defend
ants' counsel, who went over the In
cidents leading up to the murder,
and from the trend of the statement
It appeared that tho efforts of the
defense will bo to disprove premedi
tated or Intentional murder. The
attorney for the accused In his open
ing speech dwelt on the fact that the
young men had been sent by Isa
dora's mother about 7 o'clock p. m,
of tho day, to tho pnsturo for the
cowb, tho pasture lying along the
Irallway trnck ot which tho men
were walking at the time they were
assaulted and Geno was killed.
The stato for Its first witness
Visits Old Haunts.
Mr. Alex Mcintosh, of Decatur, Illi
nois, was In Plattsmouth yesterday on
business, and renewed old time, ac
quaintances. Mr. Mclnosh was a
practicing attorqey or this city more
than tv.( nty-llvo yenrs ano, and was
a partner of Judgo Mceson's father
and Judgo Sullivan, and at one time
he was deputy county clerk and tilled
that position for some time.
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placed on the stand Mr. J. P. Schro
der, manager of tho 'Newell &. At
wood quarry. As Its second witness
and principal witness George Sanders
was sworn and detailed the Incidents
leading up to tho assault and mur
der, and In slightly broken English
Informed the Jury of the assault upon
himself, w ith a club which felled him
to the ground. And when asked
how long the robbers remained after
tho deadly assault, stated that they
remained only long enough to take
the' money from their pockets. As
soon as the witness could get up he
went to whoro Mike Geno was lying,
heard him utter a cry as If In fear,
but could understand no words.
Mlko was lying at the sido of the
track and once attempted to get up,
but could not rise, afterward he lay
there In the weeds until the help
Alex Martin had summoned from tho
quarry had arrived. John C.auer
had arrived before the men from the
John (inner was next calied and
testified to hearing the men call for
help, and himself and his hired man
hurried to the bccuo and arrived In
time to see the two men running
away toward Cedar ( reek. Andre
Thompson, t ho saloon keeper at
Cedar Creek, was also sworn and
testified on the part of the state, as
to tho condition of tho three men
who were assaulted, tho substance of
his testimony was that the three men
were not Intoxicated, that Sanders
had drank a glass of beer as lato as
three o'clock In his place, hut did not
buy any liquors himself. On cross-
examination defendant's counsel had
witness tell the Jury that Mlko deno
had bought a quart of whisky and
put It In his pocket.
After Mr. Thompson's evidence
was In, tho court took a recess of
five minutes so that the state could
call Dr. Livingston.
Up to the time of going to press
tho stato had called nine of Its thir
li. W. 1'aughman, llvjng on the
Dovey section west of town, was In
the city yesterday and a caller on he
Journal. Mr. Bitughinnn, desiring to
keep posted on county matters, had
his name enrolled for the old reliable.
Square deal good deal. Always
fit on what you get. Service relied,
always satisfied. Why not, Rynott.
Sue. to Goring & Co.
hs and Colic!
Pectoral. Your doctor knows
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Licensed by Nebraska Stat 2
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Farm for Sale.
The NWU, 29, 11, 12. Any one
looking for a first-class, well Im
proved 100-acro farm In Cass county,
can find It In this. Enquire of John
M. I-eyda, Plattsmouth, Neb.
1 0-27-1 Otdw.
11. E. Matteson, who has been visit
ing his brother II. J., for a few days,
departed for Missouri Valley this af
ternoon, where he w ill Join his family
and move his household effects to
Plattsmouth from Salt Lake City. Mr.
Matteson will begin work in the conch
shop next week.
"Bishop Sunbeams," Is ono of the
finest literary works extant. It la
ono of tho best works gotten out by
Richard L. Metcalfe- and U pro
nounced by press and public one of
the greatest books of, tho ag. Just
tho thing for a Christmas present.
See Paul Stnddelman and secure a
U. I). McNurlln, of Weeping Water,
visited Plattsmouth Tuesday, bring
ing the returns from tho Second ward
of that thriving city. R. I), resided In
tho Second ward of that town when
democrats were very scarce there, but
it h' different now.
'1 hn only t urgical hon-.e in ht
st whrte all tiiurn is done
bv an cxprit. Latter nock
pf tru.rs in tha Wtcst.
THE VV. C. CLEVELAND CF.UQ CC.
"Iihmaer at the Parmele Satur.
day Night, November 12th.
Announcement that "Ishmeal,"
that wonderfully interesting romance
beloved by grandmother, mother and
charm It has for many of the sterner
sex, would they only admit it, is
booked for the Parmele theatre next
Saturday night, November 12, conies
as the best news of many a day to
"Ishimul" was written many, i
many years ago, but not unlil re
cently was an adequate stage version
completed. Fascinated by the dra
matic qualities of the famous novel,
Miss draco Hayward, herself an
actress from early girlhood and
whoso dramatization of "St. Elmo"
and "Graustark" have pleased thou
sands, set to work to make a steje
story of Mrs. Sout'uworth's wond.r-
ful tale. That she has succeeded in
building a cohesive, thrilling play,
teeming with heart Interest and w'iih
all the dramatic unities preserved In
threading the stirring incidents
that fill the chapters, Is t lie testi
mony of thousands who had the
good fortune to witness the first
production. So spontaneous was the
public verdict tliLt a special company
has been organized and Is now enter
ing on a tour which promises to
mark an epoch in the history of
dramatized novels. Tho company,
has been selected by a veteran man
ager of high reputation and organ
ized with full consideration of the
great scope and demands of Miss
Hay ward's play.
"Ishniael" has been a booi for
thousands, nay millions. It's ro
mance Is bewitching, it's religious
spirit Is fervent, it's power to thrill
grows from chapter to chapter until
tho most casual reader finds his at
tention enchained and himself wrap
ped In the lives of the folk who move
In and out of Its action. The play
may well be calculated to arouse
equal Interest, not only among the
regular theatre-goers, but equally so
among those who may be Inclined,
through honest but mistaken belief,
to look askance at tho stage.
On tho square always treat you
fair. Squaro deal tho same as a
square meal. Why not ask Uynott?
c.uc. to Gerlng & Co.
Notice of Final Settlement.
State of Nebraska, County of Cass, ss.
In tho re estate of J. Glen Royal,
deceased. To all persons Interested:
You aro hereby notified that a
petition has been filed In this Court
praying for final settlement of this
estate, by the administrator thereof;
that a hearing will be had upon saicl
petition on the IPth day of Novem
ber, 1'JIO, at 2 o cloc k, p. in., in my
office at the court house, In Platts
mouth, Nebraska, before which hour
all objections thereto must bo filed.
Witness my hand and official seal
this 10th day of Ncnember, A. D.,
(Seal) Allen J. Iteesoti,
Wllliiun'C. Ramsey, County Judge.
Attorney. 11-1 0-1 w
Hat Paste was made In a haste.
Rats dio at tho twlnklo of the eye.
Why not ask Rynott?
rue. to Gerlng & Co.
Junior Auxiliary I'vening at P.ectory.
The cozy rectory of the St. Luke's
church and the home of Rev. II. B.
Burgess and wife was the scene of a
splendid entertainment and social
time given by the Junior Auxiliary of
the church. It was very largely at
tended by the members of the auxil
iary and their friends, who enjoyed
a most delightful, as well(as profit,
able evening. During the course of
the entertainment a collection was
taken, the Junior Auxiliary realizing
a neat sum thereby. The Junior Aux
iliary society is a band of young peo
ple of this church who are engaged in
the study and work of missions, and
the collection taken last evening will
be used for promoting work along
the mission line. We are informed
that the Juniors are now busily en
gaged in preparing a box to be sent
to the mission field. A most enjoy
able feature of the entertainment of
last evening was a musical program,
which had previously been arranged
for. There were vocal solos by Glen
Scott and Miss Mildred Johnson,
which were rendered In a very
charming manner. There were in
strumental selections contributed by
Misses Nora Livingston, Dorothy
Britt, Margaret Donelan and Emma
Cummins, which were rendered in a
very finished style. There were others
on tho program, whose names we
were unable to procure and who de
serve much praise for their style and
manner of giving their particular
selections, whether readings, vocal or
Instrumental solos. The pleasures of
the evening Were further augmented
with a delicious luncheon, which was
served at a convenient hour.
Eastman kodaks, we can tell you
tho facts. We have them on our
racks. Why not ask Rynott?
Sue to Gerlng & Co.
Jlr. C. A. Rawls and wife boarded
No. 6 this morning and spent the day
with Glcnwood friends.
in our cast window for a
few samples of our' ele
gant line oi
The best we have ever
had. Now is a good time
tir loolc them over and
make your selection lor
that Christmas present.
Raffs from $2 to $35
Scarfs frcr.i GOc to $15
Sells frcn 33.50!o $50
Persons suffering from unpleasant
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Sun proof paint was made by a
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