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AT SOENNICHSEN'S STORE
Nehawka New3 Editor States Facts
We want twenty draft horses from 5 to 10 years old. 1400 to
2000 pounds. And all other fat horses and mares from 4 to 30
yejirs old. We will be in
Plaltsmoufh, Friday, March 28th
and will buy all the fat horses in the country that are for sale and
will pay more than any man in the world for a fat horse of any
kind. We will not buy a thin one at any price. We buy them
from 4 to 30 years old, weighing from 900 to 201)0 pounds. All
your mares and geldings. Bring in your good draft horses and fat
plugs to a real horse buyer.
on Jail Proposition, Notwith
standing the Knockers.
BRATE GOOD FRIDAY
Appropriate and Interesting Serv
ices at St. Luke's and Method
ist Churches Yesterday.
From Huturday's Dully.
Services commemorating the
crucifixion of Christ were held
yesterday (Hood Friday) in I In;
episcopal church in I his oily at '.I
a. in., 10 a. in., 1 1 :iT) a. in. and
ncnilenlial services at 2:15 and
penitential litany at 7:30 p. in.
'flic Catholic church was open
during the day for those of (tin
parish who desired lo perform I lie
stations of I In1 cross. Tins is one
of Hit' most si rid days in I lie
calendar of these churches and is
observed by almost every member
if tin; Catholic, or F.piscopal
I'linrch by aHcmling one'oflhe
The choir oT lh! Methodist
church in I hit evening, under the
direction of their leader, Mrs. H.
II. Wescoll,, presented the story of
the crucilixion in souk, if being
Dubois' "The Seven Fast Words
of Christ," and Hit! choir handled
Hit! heanlifnl sacred story in a
splendid manner. Tin music o
Ibis is one of the most heanlifnl
thai has heen heard in this cily,
a:itl when the trained voices of the
choir and soloists were lifted up
to deliver the message from Cal
vnrv il was cerlainly an inspiring
thought for lliose attending. The
solo parts of the production were
taken by l.ucian Prior of Omaha,
whoso lint; lenor voice curried that
pail, of tht story in a wonderful
manner, ns did Don C. York,
v hose bass solos are so familiar
that it is unnecessary to speak of
bis ability in this line. Miss
Ferris York and Mrs. Mae
Morgan carried Hit! sopruno and
alto solos in a wonderfully pleas
ing manner. Prof. Frank J.
Kolbaha assisted the choir with
violin accompaniment, in bis
usual masterly manner, and play
ed tht! offering, that beautiful
number, "There's a Creen Hill
Far Away," as no not! else can
possibly attempt to, and the solo
was one of the musical treats of
the evening. Tht! story of the
song was read by Itcv. W. I.. Aus
tin, ami each of Hit! seven wonts
was followed by the musical
rendition by the. choir. There
were some forty voices in the
choir, and I he wonderful manner
in which they rendered this dif
ficult, selection by DuHois speaks
well for tlie training they have re
ceived at tlie hands of Mrs. Wes
coll. The Easier evening music
will hi! "Life ami Death," by Harry
Howe Shelly, anil is considered
one of (lie masterpieces of sacred
i. C. G.
from &itiirIiiy'a lmilv.
I. as! evening' Mr. and Mrs.
Charles C. Parniele cnlerlained a
nuiuiicr o i i ne nusmess men oi
I he cily at a o'clock dinner parly
al their lieauliful home mi .North
Sixth street, in honor of C. C.
Hidden of Omaha, who lectured al
the Presbyterian church last
evening. The dinner was served
in six courses and a most enjov
uble lime was had. The quests
for I lie dinner were: Messrs. C.
C. Heldwin, Hev. M. W. I.oriiuer.
H. A. Wurl, (1. F. Dovey. (i. II.
Fuller, C. C. Wescoll, l It. F.geii
berger, II. M. Soemiichscn, V.
Zucker, K. P. Fulz and President
II. A. Schneider of the Commercial
The Inltdlecluul Ciant on lb
Weeping Water Republican limls
fault with us for supporting' tlie
jail proposition. lie sneers at
our logic and imputes to us no
higher motive than 'selfishness"
hastening- to add, directly and
hy implication, that the removal-1
isls tio not know the meaning of
the word. Now, we are running a
newspaper in Nehawka. This
paper is supported by the busi
ness men of .Nehawka, and circu
lates in ami around tht! (own.
This being the case, we should be
pardoned for reflecting the senti
ment of the community in which
we live. We have no quarrel with
people of oilier communities for
their position on this real live
question, ami gladly accord them
the inalienable right to gather
around Hie particular whist ling
post that marks their town and
give their college yell. We look
the stand wt! did on the jail ques
tion because v thought it would
be for Hit! best interests of our
part of the county to vole for a
jail which no one denies is need
edand I bus save the expense of
several special elections later, on
the county seat removal question.
II has been gratifying to us to
have the solid men of this com
munity come in and tell us we
were taking the right stand. II,
has been more gratifying to have
lliem tell us that although they
have voted against all former jail
propositions they intend to sup
port this one, in Hie hope of pul
ling a quietus to this county seat
removal agitation. It has been
most gratifying to us to have a
number of our subscribers, who
live between here and Weeping
Water, tell us that although they
had signed the petition for a
special cieciion to re-iocaie I lie
county seal, they intended to vole
I'Olt the jail lax ami would lend
no more support to the oilier mai
ler. Ileally. we were not trying
to convert any of our large list
of Weeping Water readers to our
way of thinking. As a matter of
fad we have been Irving to con
vert no one. We have been simply
staling our views on the question
ami in a manner rellecliug Hie
sentiment of the community in
which we live. We have staled
nothing but fads. Cass county
NFKliS a new jail. Cass county
has the best court house of ANY
county joining it. We are si ill
staling fad s. Nehawka News.
feV.' il I
But never too busy to serve you.
USE PHONE 54 TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM
IKES A GOOD SHOWING
To Submit Briefs.
Vrou Frlduy'g Dally.
The case of the Cily of I'lalls
liioulli vs. Wescotl, et al., was
heard yesterday by Judge Cor
coran, ami after listening to the
evidence ami ex-Mayor Henry It.
Ciering, who was summoned as a
witness, the judge ordered the at
torneys to submit their argument
in brief form to the court.
Is Getting Along Nicely.
From Saturday's Dally.
The condition of Karl Zavgren,
the lUirlinglon bridge foreman,
who was operated upon at Ini
nianuel hospital in Omaha a few
days ago, is improving and be is
gelling along nicely at the hos
pital. Mr. Zavgren was in charge
of I he rip-rap work across the,
river when be was taken with the
attack, and at once left for Oma
ha on advice of physicians, where
he submit led to an operation.
Yesterday afternoon Principal
O. o. Larson of the High school
and the members of the track
team which is being organized at
I he High school were down at the
ball park warming up in a relay
race of one-eighth of a mile. The
team is just getting in shape, and
as this is the first season that the
school has had a track team, the
woi'k of gelling into form is
rather dillicult, but the boys made
a very good .snowing. 1 no lime
made by the dill'erent members
was as follows: Harry Winscol,
l seconds; Paul llantlley,
Arthui' White, 11; Philip Camp
bell, 17. The second, team that,
ran got away on the following
lime: Major Hall, 15 seconds;
Fred Dawson, 10; Fan il Mild, 1-' ;
C. O. Larson, Li. The athletic,
department -of the High school
has been very fortunate in having
Mr. Larson as principal, as be
was quite prominent m auiietic
work at Hellevue, and takes a
deep interest in the boys and their
ports. The track team hopes to
get in trim in lime to get into
some of the state meets, and if
tney get an opportunity will give
a good account of themselves-.
Eastern Star Meets.
Krom Friday's Dally.
The Order of Eastern Star held
a very interesting ami pleasant
session at their lodge room in the
Masonic, building Wednesday
evening and two new members
were taken into the order. Fol
lowing tlie regular bulge and in
itiation, a most enjoyable banquet
was partaken of by the members
ami one of the pleasant times for
which Ibis order is famous was
MISS BLANCH MURRAY
SAID TO BE IMPROVING
THE NEW YORK BAKERY BE-
fIG HANDSOMELY DECORATED
C. E. Wescott's Sons
Always the Home of Satisfaction
The man who wants a new
Spring Overcoat will find it
time well spent to take a look in other
stores and then come to Wescotts'. He'll
find all the good styles here and many
exclusive styles not found elsewhere.
The man who is a sticker for quality
will buy here and save money. He
can pay as little as $10 and as much
as $40 and get big value in any case
value that will make him a friend of
To see our New Spring Suits is
to buy them. The extra value
you get here is apparent to those who
take time to compare or examine
them. As you know we lay great stress
on quality both in fabric and in fin
ish. You'll appreciate this better when
you have tried on some of these new
suits. No matter if you want to pay
$10 or $35 or some price between
you'll find it very profitable to get it
One advance machine $ i.00
One Singer machine $6.00
The best prices in the county
on new Singer machines.
Jesse Perry, Agent.
In District Court.
From Friday's Daily.
A petition was tiled in district
court today in the matter of the
guardianship of J. Doane Harri
son a minor, by Fdith Clizbe, bis
guardian, asking permission to
sell real estate in which said
minor is interested. . The prop
erty is valued at less than ?500,
and according to law the sale can
be made privately, and as the
boy's interest is so small; it is
done in order lo clear the matter
up in proper form.
Frank (iobelman ami his stall"
of painters are engaged in dec
orating the interior of the New
York bakery on upper Main
street ami putting it in first-class
shape for the changes which are
contemplated by Mr. Wagner, who
will conduct the retail department
of the store. The ceiling has beei
painted a light shade of green and
the sides have been gradually
shaded oil' into a darker green,
which makes a very handsome ap
pearance. The room will be
papered to harmonize with the
color scheme, and when Mr. Gnb
elman gets through this will be
one of I he handsomest store
rooms in the city. The work of
Mr. (Iobelman is of such a char
acter that it always gives great
satisfaction to those who employ
him lo do their work.
From Saturday' Dally.
Miss nianehc Murray, who li t.
been in one of the Omaha hos
pitals for Hit; past few weeks iv
covering from the effects of a:.,
operation, is reported as get I ire
along nicely, and while the in
proveinent has no) been as raplii
as her friends and relatives couM
wish fur, she is in such a coml -lion
now Dial it. is though! il vvi;!
be possible to remove her froui
Hie hospital in a few days. She
had a very severe operation an 1
ilnJ mil rally well from the ril'ecU.
due o complications thai sel i,
but now Unit she is gelling abuiL
lo tier man
mi nicely il will
friends, who liavt
awaiting news from
as grave fears were enlertaiiie.i
as to whether she could recover.
Osage hedge posts for rale.
Enquire of II. I,. Propst, Mynard,
Election Supplies Ready.
County Clerk I. 0. Morgan to
day received the supplies for to
special election that will be held
on Tuesday, April 8, at the various
polling places throughout Ho
county. The judges ami clerks
that served at the general election
last fall will serve in the sam
capacity at the special election.
The ballots have been printed and
as soon as the weather permits
Mr. Morgan will begin the task or
distributing lliem among the dif
ferent precincts in the county.
Plants for Sale.
Tomato, cabbage and swee!
polaloe plants for early planttn-:.
W. A. Scott, Murray.
We consider it a real privilege to show our goods to you even though you
have no intention of immediate purchase.
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Here's a Snap
Pure all Silk Hose in
plain black 25c
1 Bonnets" for Men
$1.00 to $7.00
Have Fine New Son.
From Saturday's Dally.
The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Forbes, in the south part of
the cily was gladdened Thursday
evening hy a visit from the stork,
who left with them a line new son.
The little man is considered by
his parents as about the finest
baby in Hie land and it is the uni
versal wish of their many friends
that be will live to be a joy ami
com Tori to bis parents in their old
Visiting cards, invitations, pro
grams, and all otner kinds of
fancy printing done at the Jour
Great Opportunity for Profit
On Increased Value of
Government Irrigated Lands
Time after time we have seen land jump into value with the build
ing of a new railroad, and history is sure to repeat itself in the BIGHORN
BASIN, where you can now file on an 80 acre Government irrigated
homestead at no cost except the actual cost of water right, and you are
given twelve years to repay that without interest light payments th
first five years. No taxes for three years.
NEW FOLDER JUST OUT. Write quickly for the new Government
folder with map and full particulars. March, 1913, issue.
D. CLEM DEAVER,
IQ04Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. l.rtmijiratlon Agent
Week of March 9 and 23
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