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MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1914.
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May Yalk'ry of Eight Mil (Wove
is visitindr at the Cunningham
Mrs. L. II. Tuirlnn, from Valloy,
X. I)., is making an t'xtondod visit
with Mr. am Mrs. C. V. Snyder.
Mrs. Peter II, who has heen
sick for several weeks, is still
frettincr along as well as her many
friends could wish.
Joe Wrst ami wife drove in
from Jlelvidere Thursday for an
over Sunday visit with his brother,
I). C. West, and family.
A fine boy is reported at the
Edwin Shomaker home, born on
Monday. morn inpr. As this is their
first child these people are to be
excused for thinking he is the
finest boy on earth.
Henry Armstrong" of Villisca.
Ta.. who is coopering barrels for
V.. M. Pollard, made a record run
last week. In five and one-half
days work of twelve hours per
day he coopered 1,000 barrels.
Henry Wessel pot his fet
tangled tip in a picket rope Sun
day morning and before he could
cut himself loose his old cow had
dragged him a considerable dis
tance. One arm was badly skinned
in the operation.
We saw one editor at the con
vention wearing a wrist watch.
No steps were taken to molest
him, the authorities simply keep
ing him under surveillance and
keeping the line clear between
Epworth park and the nearby
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Silas Sheldon was bitten on
the hand by a rat Sunday night
as she lay ir her crib by her
mother's bed. The wound was
cauterized and dressed and has
healed nicely. The rat was killed
and sent to Lincoln fo be exam
ined for rabies.
Mrs. F. J. Mougey arrived home
Wednesday from a three weeks
visit with her sisters at Kearney
and El wood.
W. II. Mark and wife visited
Saturday and Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Harry Craves, in
Mrs. Swift and her daughter,
Mrs. r.ertrude Morgan, of Platts
mouth, visited here last Sunday,
the guests of I). W. Foster and
Ceorge Mead and wife, residing
south of town, are the happy par
ents of a line new daughter that
was added to their family circle
last Saturday, June 20.
Those healthy green weeds that
wave majestically along the
streets and on some lots are
neither useful nor ornamental.
This may be construed as a
"hunch" for the village council
and Missouri Pacific.
Charles Niday was using: a cane
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Hears tne fa ,
s vr i v
Tmc ecMTAun eeaMNr. new ro cmr
as a matter of necessity for a few
days, on account of taking a fall
oil the wagon (not the water
wagon, but his dray), and the
tumble mussed up his left b'g to
such an extent that he would
make a nnor second in a slow
Mrs. John Saxon of Falls City
stopped here Tuesday to make a
visit with Miss Ida Freeman, and
had the misfortune to lose a
pocket book containing a sum of
monev amounting to about 12.
She does not know when or where
she dropped it, and will be very
thankful if the tinder will notify
Henry Heebner, the corpulent
and .jovial grain buyer at Murray,
was here Monday morning trying
to get home from Nehawka, and
had to wait a half day for a de
layed train. He didn't express his
private opinion publicly, but what
he thought of the situation
wouldn't look well in print.
While in Plattsmouth on Mon
day we met Major A. Hall, one of
the "boys" who was under our
watchful eye when we taught the
Fight Mile drove school in tin
winter of 1887. Mr. Hall admitted
that he is thinking of tiling as a
candidate for county treasurer,
but at that time he had not fullv
decided the matter in his own
A line baby boy was born Mon
day evening to Mr. and Mrs. (inli
ne r, southwest of town.
Ollie Hogenrief and family
moved to Eagle Thursday, where
they will make their future home.
Howard Saxton, of Pender, was
in the city on a visit with relatives
and to attend the funeral of Mr.
Ha i ley.
Mrs. II. L. fireeson of Fairbury,
Xeb., arrived in the city Monday
to attend the funeral of her
brother, II. I). Hailey.
Miss Minnie Sutherland, who
has been teaching the intermedi
ate room of the public schools at
Dunbar, has been elected to fill
the same position at Eagle. She
has made a splendid record and
her friends will be glad to learn
of her election.
J. L. Ring left on Monday for
Harrison. Neb., to spend several
weeks visiting a brother he has
not seen for tyenty-seven years.
He was accompanied by his sister
and her daughter. This will be a
pleasant family reunion owing to
the fact that it has been many
years since they have seen each
The latter part of last week the
2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rein hart Panska was unfortunate
enough In fall down the cellar
way, breaking fine of the bones of
its lefir. The injury was given
immediate attention by the doctor
and the little fellow is getting
along nicely at the present time.
Dr. W. A. Alton, who has been
engaged in x ihe missionary work
at San Antonia, Tex., arrived in
the city Saturday evening. At the
present time he is confined to his
home, being quite ill with malaria
fever. Mr. Alton is home to stay
now, and it is said that he intends
to engage in farming next year.
Last week the 11-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Rush, while carrying an armful
of wood, stumbled, falling in such
a manner as to throw the weight
of the wood on her arm, striking
against a stone which was in the
wood shed. The result was a
broken arm. The injury was very
painful, but was given careful
attention, and the arm is doing
nicely at this writing.
Ed. McXealy is pulling in a
concrete cave for S. W. Hall. It
is eleven feet long, eight feel wide
and seven feet high.
Miss Daisy Funke, accompanied
by her grandmother, left Thurs
day for a visit at Atchison, Kas.,
and Springfield, Mo.
Mrs. Mike Tritsch and children
of plattsmouth have been visiting
relatives and old friends in and
around Louisville this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schoeman
have purchased a line new piano
for their daughter, Eda. It ('aim1
from Milwaukee ami is one of the
newest makes, a firani-Riehsleig.
Miss Myrtle Suiter, who has
been in charge of the office of tn"e
Richey Sand company in this city
since its establishment, left for
Omaha Monday to take charge of
their Omaha ollice.
Ernest Reasnor and Julius
Krecklow are home from Minne
sota for a few days' vacation.
Reasnor is an engineer on the
North Western running north out
of Sioux City, la., and Julius is
firing on the same road.
Mrs. Arthur Sfander went to
Cedar Creek Friday to spend the
dav with her sister. Miss Pattie
Metger, who has recently re
turned home from Mt. Pleasant,
rtah. where she has taught in a
Presbyterian academy the past
Miss (ioldie McCarver of Louis
ville, daughter of Mr. and Mr?
John McCarver. and Albert Leard
of Weatherly, Mo., were married
at Plaltsmouth MoiVday morning
by Countv Judge Heeson. The
young couple left on an afternoon
train for Weatherly, where they
will make their home on a farm.
Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Esmay of
Stuart. X. D.. came in this week
and surpriesd tUeir many Louis
ville friends. Mr. Esmay is in
the stock raising business and
says he is doing well. He owns
800 acres of grazing land and
rents a section, which affords him
ample room. They left for home
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An eight-pound daughter ar
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Irv. Stall Saturday, June 20.
County Commissioner C. E
Heebner was visiting the fore part
of the week al the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Jesse Wesllake.
Mrs. W. A. Rose and son of
Nebraska City visited from Friday
until Tuesday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Root.
Mis. A. J. (iunm and son ar
rived the fore part, of the week
from Ruble, Ida., for ji few weeks
visit at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. John Lanning, and family.
E. L. Fishburn, a jeweler from
Lincoln, was in town Wednesday
forenoon between trains looking
over the town with a view of
opening up a repair shop here.
Mrs. John Peterson returned
home Wednesday night from a
two weeks visit with realtives at
Harlan and Irwin, la. Her niece,
who was seriously ill, is slowly
Mrs. Mike Spahnle and son.
Fred, an toed to Elm wood Monday
afternoon, where Mrs. Spahnle
cashed a postal money order
which had been sent to her from
(iermany from the estate of her
Roy Jones arid son, Robert, left
I'uesday morning for a Uvo weeks
visit with his parents at Wessing-
ton Springs, S. D. Mrs. Jones and
daughter, and her sister, who is
staying at their home, left for the
same place Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Ed. Carr returned from
Plattsmouth Monday noon, where
she visited over Sunday at the
home of her sister, Mrs. O. C.
Dovey. The visit was a strt of a
reunion, two other sisters being
present, Miss Carrie Adams of
Plattsmouth and Mrs. Edna Mor
row of Cleveland, O. Mrs. Emily
Sawm ol Massachusetts was un-
ble to be there.
O. K. Cromwell departed Mon
day night for an inspection trip
to his farm at Paynee City and
his wheat lands near Plaiuville,
Mrs. Charles 1'oore and son,
Hugh, of Omaha, and Mrs. deorge
Schroeder of Atchison, Kas., ar
rived Monday evening for a visit
with their mother, Mrs. J. H.
Mr. Joseph Jungijuist, south of
town, was called to Omaha Tues
day morning by the serious illness
of his niece, Mrs. Swan Peter
who is at the Emanuel hospital.
Ed Jochim, live miles north of
town, had a valuable young horse
killed by lightning Sunday night
II was one of a -?ioo team and was
killed while in the pasture
Miss Mona Kbvkner of Osceola,
fa., is visiting at the John Colbert
home and with other friends. She
has been here since Tuesday,
coming by way of Lincoln, where
she visjled over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. lfenrv Hoeck of
Plattsmouth were in town Tues
day en route to Avoca for a visit
at the Oliver Harmon home. They
came over in the car with Andrew
Moore, who was visiting at the
(ieorge Oliver home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Linburg and
lillle daughter of Spearfish, S. D
arrived Thursday for a visit with
Mrs. Lindburg's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Lyman, and other
relatives. They will spend the
summer here and at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Mogenson
of Eugene, Ore., arrived Saturday
from their visit at Chicago with
Mrs. Mogenson's relatives. They
will visit relatives here for two
be remembered by many of our
readers as the jeweler in the C. A.
Webster store years ago. He
leaves a wife and five children.
or three weeks before starting on
Ihejr homeward trip.
Mrs. I'd Jewell received the sad
news Monday night of the death
of her brother, Carl King-, at a
hospital in California. Carl wfll
AVOGA TO GIVE
THURSDAY, JULY 2
The progressive residents of
Avoca have arranged to hold a
tine free entertainment at their
thriving little city on Thursday,
July 2, for the benefit, of the
farmers and persons who mak
Avoca their trading point, and a
very pleasing time is anticipated
by the people of that place. For
the occasion the Elmwood and
Syracuse bands have been secured
to furnish the music for the en
tertainment of the crowd, while
in the evening a large canvas
will be swung in front of the bank
building, on which will be shown
free moving pictures. As an
orator of the occasion Oovernor
John H. Morehead has been se
cured and will be present to
address the crowd on the 2d. The
people of Avoca are wide-awake
and ahvavs on the lookout for
something fo add to Ihe improve
ment of their eity, and in this
entertainment they will surely be
successful in attracting many
strangers fo the town.
Now is the time to remodel
your home. If you need some
money to do it, see T. M. Patter
son of The Plattsmouth Loan &
Building Association about a
loan. It is easy to pay it back on
the monthly payment plan.
Picnic in Rummel's Grove.
There will lie a picnic for the
Sunday schools of the Liberty and
Mynard ' churches in Rummers
grove, one and one-half-mile west
of Mynard, luly Uh, 1914.
Plenty of refreshments and every
body cordially invited to come and
enjoy the entire day.
Cures Stubborn, Itchy Skin
"I could scratch myself to
pieces," is often heard from suf
ferers of Eczema. Tetter, Itch and
similar Skin Eruptions. Don't
Scratch Stop the Itching at
once with Dr. Ilobson's Eczema
Ointment. Its first application
starts healing; the Red, Rough,
Scaly, Itching Skin is soothed by
the Healing and Cooling Medi
cines. Mrs. C. A. Einfeldt, Rock
Island, 111., after using1 Dr. Hob
son's Eczema Ointment, writes:
This is the first time in nine
years I have been free from the
dreadful ailment." Guaranteed.
50c, at your Druggist.
Petition to Sell Real Estate.
From Saturday's Daily.
A petition in the matter of the
guardianship of Arthur, Irene,
Ruth, William and Lee Jones,
minors, was tiled in Ihe office of
the district clerk today. Tin
petition is lor the soiling ui cer
tain real estate belonging to the
estate which the guardian, Mrs.
Kate L. Jones, desires to dispose
of in order to use the money for
the education and care of the
children. C. E. Tefft of Weepin
Water appears as attorney for the
PARTY AT MANLEY '
A surprise party was given in
honor of Virgil Miller at his home
in Mauley on Wednesday evening",
June 2 5. This date was the nine
teenth anniversary of his birthday
and his many friends decided to
see that it was celebrated in the
proper style and manner, and ac
cordingly arranged a surprisi
partv in honor of the event am
it certainly was all that they
hoped for in the way of surprising
the young man, but the delight of
the gentleman was unbounded
when he finally recovered from
the shock of the surprise.
While he was away from home
his friends gathered at the resi
dence, in the north part of town
and awaited his return. Those
taking part in the pleasant event
were: Misses Florence Andrew;
Mable Coon, Carrie SchafTer, Helen
Coon. Clarissa Knoel, Messrs
Frank Baldwin, drover Carensen
Callie Miller and Fred Lorenson
After the jolly party had played
games for several hours they
seated themselves in the parlor
in an informal manner and en
joyed the delicious refreshments
of ice cream and cake served by
Mrs. Miller and Miss Mable Coon.
At a late hour all departed for
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Cham
berlain's Tablets is daily becom
ing more widely known. No such
grand remedy for stomach and
liver troubles has ever been
known. For sale by all dealers.
BAUER GARAGE TURNS
QUITE A NUMBER OF
During the past week John
Bauer, the local agent of the
Overland 'automobiles, has been
doing a land office business in
disposing' of ears to purchasers
who, after thoroughly investi
gating the matter, decided that
the Overland was the car they
found best suited to their needs.
Among those who have purchased
cars were John Weherbein, Will
Rummell, Peter Halines, Ed
Tritsch and the Plattsmouth
Journal. The Journal car is the
one that is offered as the prize
in the booster contest being car
ried on by this paper, and is a
machine strictly up-to-date in
manufacture and equipment. Mr,
Bauer has-been very successful
in the sale of the Overlands in
this city and county and they
have always proven all that has
been claimed for them, both in
the stability of the machines and
the cheapness with which they
can be kept up.
Always Lead to Better Health.
Serious sickness start in dis
orders of the stomach, liver and
kidneys. The best corrective and
preventive is Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They Purify the Blood
Prevent Constipation, keep Liver,
Kidneys and Dowels in healthy
condition. Give you better health
by ridding the system of fer
menting and gassy foods. Effect
ive and mild. 25c, at your Drug
gist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for All
and cows from
flies and mo
qultoes. Applied with
sprayer, only a
very thin spray over
tne hair of the anim:
not soaked to the
skin it forms a pro
tective coating thafw
The cost is trifling;
time or applying 1
than one minute;
lasts for lis to right
hours usually, there
are tune during liot , -r.
sultry weatxer wrjn"
flics are unusually
inctous then it may take more ftequent application
Three alzca, SS eta., 60 ett.. SI.OOl Sprayer SO eta.
For Sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
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BOUND OVER FOR
THE CARRYING OF CON- -GEALED
Saturday John W. Kiser was
arraigned in the office of Justice
M. Archer, charged with carrying
concealed weapons, and the evi
dence was sufficient in the opinion
of the justice to hold him over to
the district court. The case grew
out of the trouble some few weeks
ago that John had with a man of
colored origin who was working
at the Hotel Riley and who pro
ceeded to use John up quite badly
so that he was unable to get
around in his usual manner for
several days. John has not been
the same since receiving these
injuries and as a consequence has
been armed in case he met up with
the son of Africa, who was sent
from the citv a week ago to seek
other fields for his activities.
John gave bond for his appear
ance in the district court at the
LOST Near residence of Coon
Vallery, on Louisville road, a
crank for Cartercar auto. Finder
please return to or notify Chris
Parkening. Telephone No. 3 423.
A good driving horse, wagon,
buggy and harness. Harry John
Pure Bred Pigs for Sale.
I have 30 or more Duroc-Jersey
pigs about 8 weeks old that I will
sell during June. Pedigrees fur
nished. Prices range from 810 to
?15 apiece. No male pigs sold
after July 1st. Stock can be seen
any day at my place at Mynard.
Neb. W. B. Porter.
Fine Baby Girl Arrives.
The news was received here
Saturday of the birth of a fine new
girl baby to Dr. and Mrs. Bach-
mann at Palmer, Neb., where Mrs.
Bachmann has been for the past
few weeks visiting at the home of
her mother in that place. The
little girl is the object of much
attention from the proud parents
and makes a companion for the
twin babies. The family will re
main at Palmer until Mrs. Bach
mann is able to stand the trip
Shake Off Your Rheumatism.
Now is the time to get rid of
your rheumatism. Try a twenty-five-cent
bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment and see how quickly
your rheumatic pains disappear.
Sold by all dealers.
Prominent Railroad Men Here.
From Saturday's Dally.
This morning Byron Clark and
Hon. Jesse L. Root of the legal
department of the Burlington,
accompanied by George W. Loam
ent, C. Y. Earnest and D. G.
Beams, also of the railroad com
pany's service, were in the city
looking after some matters for
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mercury
as moronry will auroly destroy the wn of mrll
unil coiuiileti'ly dermiKe the whole nystpni when
enuTiii it ttirougn tne mucous surface, hik'4
articles ptiould never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physiciano, as the tlamagk
ttiey will uo is ten rold to the pood you can pw
pibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cur
manufactured by V. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, C,
cor. tains no mercury, and Is taken tnternally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucons sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be sure you pet the genuine. It Is taken
Internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by V. J.
v'heney & Co. Testimonials free. g
sSiid by Drrrjrlsts. Trle, 73e. per bottle.
Take llull'a lm!ly Vt tor constipation.
Injured at Havelock.
Oscar McNurlin was seriously
injured Wednesday at the shops
at Havelock, where be works. He
was hit on the head with a trip
hammer, but we have not been
able to get the particulars. He
was unconscious for several
hours but at last reports he had
regained consciousness. His
mother and father and wife, who
live here, have gone to Havelock,
bjit there is no word from them.
Later, word comes that Oscar
is doing better and there is hope
for his recovery. Weeping Wa
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparation at
hand during the hot weather of
the summer months. Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is
almost certain to be needed be
fore the summer: is over. It has
no superior for the purposes for
which it is intended. Buy it now.
For sale by all dealers.
XOTICB TO CnmiTOHS.
STATE OF NKBKASKA,
Cass County, sa.
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Kstatc of Gorj?t
W. VaHs, deceased.
Notice Is hereby given to the credit
ors of said deceased that hearings will
oe had upon claims filed against said
estate,, before me. County Judge of
Cass County, Nebraska, at the County
Court room in Plattsmouth, in nahl
county, on ill- 27th day of July, 19H,
and on the :'th day of January, 1915,
at 10 o'clock a. m., each day for ex
amination, adjustment and allowance.
Ail claims must be filed in paid Court
on or before said last hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal of said
County Court, at Plattsmouth, Ne
braska, this 26th day of June, 1914.
(Seal) AL.L.KX J. BKKSON,
JOHN M. LKYDA,
Attorney for Kstate.
XOTU R TO CRKDITOH.
STATIC OP NKBKASKA,
Cass County, bs.
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Kstate of Ivon 8.
To all persons interested: You are
hereby notified that there has been filed
in this Court tlij report of the admin
istrator of above estate, together with
his petition for final nettlement and
dlsribution of the residue of said estate.
That a hearing will be had upon said
report and petition before this Court
at the Court House In the City of
Plattsmouth, nald County, on the 7th
dav of June. 1914. at 9 o'clock a. m.
All objections thereto, if any, must
be filed on or before said day and hour
Witness my hand and the seal of the
Countv Court of said County this 26th
dav of June, 1914.
(Seal) A LLEN J. BEESOX,
State of Nebraska, County of Cass.
By virtue of an order of sale issued y
James Jtobertson. clerk of the District
Court, within and for Cass county, Ne
braska, and to me directed, I will on
the 27th day of July. A. I). 1914. at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day at the south
door of the court house In said county,
sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash the following property,
to-wit: Fractional lot No. One Hun
dred Twelve (112) in Section Nineteen
(19), In Township Twelve (12) north, in
Jlange Fourteen (14), Kast of the 6th
P. M. The same being levied upon anil
taken aa the property of W. S. Hrittaln,
whose real name is Walter S. Brittain:
W. W. Windham, whose real name is
Wade W. Windham; Minnie Windham,
William Li. Burke, Julia Burke and
Kobert B. Windham, Jr., defendants, to
satisfy a judgment of said court recov
ered by the Plattsmouth Loan and
Building Association, a corporation,
plaintiff, against said defendants.
Plattsmouth, Neb., June 20. A. P. 1914.
C. I). QUINTON,
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
IX THE DISTRICT COl'IlT OF THE
coi sty ok cass, .m;iiha.ka.
In lie-Kstate of Delilah Schwab, De
ceased. XOTICE OF SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of an order of Hon. James T.
Begley. Judge of the District Court of
Cass County, Nebraska, made on the
first day of June, A. D. 1914, for the
sale of the real estate hereinafter de
scribed, there will be sold at the south
front door of the Court House, at
Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska,
on the 1st day of August, A. V. 1914, at
ten o'clock a. m., at public vendue to
the highest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wlt:
Lot eight (8), in the Northeast quar
ter (N1C4) of the Northwest quarter
(NWV4): lot fifteen (15), In the South
east quarter (SK4) of the Northwest
quarter (NW4); lot twelve (12), in
the Northwest quarter (NW4) of the
Southwest quarter (SW'4); lot eleven
(11) in the Southwest quarter (SW'Vi)
of the Southwest quarter (8WMI and
the East half (E4) of the Southwest
quarter (SWV4), all of Section twenty
eight (28). in Township eleven (11)
North, Itange fourteen (14), East 6th
P. M., In the County of Cass, Nebraska.
Said sale to remain open one hour.
Dated this SOtli day of June, A. P.
CHARLES E. SCHWAB, executor of the
last will and testament of Delilah
RAWLS & KOBKB.TSON.
Make Your Wants Known
If You Have Anything for Sale,
Rent or Want to Buy or Want
Help, a Little Ad Will Do the
Adverlsements under this heading. Kit
Cents per line, each Insertion. No advertise
ment taken for less than Ten Cents. Ads will
be figured at six words to the line.
FOR SALE - The Mrs. McVlcker
residence on North Sixth street.
For particulars call on Mrs. J. E.
POR SALE One 7-foot cut binder,
good shape. Call on Kalph Hay
nie, telephone No. 3712. 6.23-10td&w
WANTED A separator man. Ex
perience necsssary. Write or
call phone 3532. Lee A. Cole, Mynard,
POR SALE A number of good
Hampshire spring boar pips, at
$10 each if taken at once. C. R. Todd,
COR SALE The G. F. Switzer
quarter, three miles southwest
of Nehawka. For particulars see or
write Henry M. Pollard, Nehawka,
PpOR SALE Farm ef 121 acres, 5
miles northeast of Union, 14 acres
hay land, 20 acres pasture timber, rest
in cultivation; well improved. Price
right if taken soon. Address Miss
Etta Nickels, Murray. Nebr.
IpOR SALE Improved 80-acre farm,
1U miles north of Nehawka.Neb.,
Good orchard; buildings all painted
and in good repair. Every foot of
ground is tillable. Write or see owner.
Otto Schacht. Nehawka, Neb. 6-18-Utw
OR RENT Farm. Inquire of S.
O. Cole, Mynard, Neb. 6-8.1mo-w
'OR SALE Good Deeriug binder,
almost new, cheap. Chas Schwab.
FOR SALE Beautiful Shetland po
nies at all times, for the next 100
years, unless I d,ie in the meantime. I
have' now an extra fine stallion, the
best in the state', for sale Well broke
for both harness and saddle. Wm.
Gilmour, Plattsmouth, Nebr., R. F.
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