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.i) li. Meet- every eaue-iiay e e-
OiJ H ai t heir hall over i .enuei ix i ii; i ,
-itin; kniulits are cniiinnj iinne.i i..
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1-ri.l.iv evenings in the nii'iitli nt l
O K Hull. M I'liilom, M V, I: V Hr.iwn,
Dt; i IV l; K Of IHIN'OK" Merts Hie first
ami tliinl I'lirnr-ilav rvrniim of raeli
nimitli in 1. 1 . . hull, I it yrraltt liluek.
Ml-. Aililie Smith, Wurlhv Mtrrm nmmr
Mfr. .Nannie Hurkel. i-iMer -et retary.
VKih'KK OH llo.NOK lvv Imltfe. Nn.l'l
miM't- lirst ami thira iiniMiiiyt. in
''enili iii'int II in K.ttl 1'. hall. S'ePa Irav
rr. si.-trr sei retarv.
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A. No. HI
A meets every seeninl ami lomthWetl
liestlay in eaeli month at I. O. t . H, hall.
C I' MM. li '.-St. I'a'il. Chiireli. Oak.br
tween lil'lli anil Sixth. Hat her Carney.
l'a-ler M-rviees: Ma-s at i ami ni:.vn . . .'I
Sumlay Si lmol at .':' with lienetlietioii.
Col.oKKI) II U'TIST. Mt. Olive Oak, be
tween Tenth u nil Kleveiit II' K'ev. A lto
wrll. m-tor. Serviee-1 1 a. in ami 7;:m p.
in. Prayer meeting Weilnenliiy evening.
plksr MKTIIOIUST. Sixth St., Iirt wren
Main ami Henri, k'ev. I.. Itritt I). I.
pa-tor. Servii es 11 a. m , anil S:KI p. in.
rinliilay M'h.iol at 'i:M p. m.
(iFKMW 1'KKSHY I KKI AN. Corner Main
mill Nineth. K'ev. Witte. p-tor. Ser
vires n-iial hours, Snmlay sehool at
i :in p. in.
i t IIKI-II AX ''ornrr l.oen-t anil Kithtli
1 -treets. Services: Moininif ami rvr-
uiiiu. Klder A. t;alloa , pa-tor. Sun
(day Sehool at In a. in.
Kl'Iscol'AI. - St. Luke'- chnreli 'eorner of
Thinl ami Vine -t reels. I'e . II. II
Itni'Ui-t-, pa-tor. Service-: II a. in. ami
' ;t" ''" '"' Sl honl at -::' p. in.
rhnreli. corner Sixth anil i.raiine fi-.,
k'ev. I. T. Ilainl. p.i-toi Sumlay -i I I at
:i .10; preacliinu at II. a. in. ami " p. ni.
Tlie V. I', S. t . K. ol I hi- chinch meet-
S. V,(v -ahliat Ii evenini
m V'lt ol the c li ii l ill . A
'y'f eml thesi- ineetina-
iniiu at i a i m i-
All are mviteil to
VlMSIl I'oMiKKSsioN I.ralltie
iA;,n I ' , II 1 1 ami Sixth.
For tnfnrmiitlnn and frne Hiinrlhook writ to
MI NN A CO.. :.! IIhiiaiiwat, Nkw Yonff.
Olilimt tiurpnu for arurlnic pnleiiln In Ann-rim.
Vrvrj patent taken out liT n la bmuiiht tipfera
Ue publlo lij uutic giTuo true of charge In tba
I,arffettdrrnlatlnn of anTaclentlflCDBPrln the
world. Splendidly llluatreted. No Inlelllcont
i Bian ihniild be without it. Week It. 9:1.00 a
twi 1.60 ail ninntna. Aiiarwn sii nin a t o,
VuBusuma, 3U1 broaawaj, ew f utn cur.
l Sdentiflo American
HLICAX FAMILY PAPER
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V- 2 u k m ra iPfa
Pick Ilf-arliidio and ifliovaaU thetmnblaa Inofr
tlent tn aMlii'ua Htatoef tho aystem. auoli as
liizzlucss, NaiiLi-a, Drowsiuom. l)iitrHS after
c&tiug. i'nin iu the Side, &o. Whilu tliulr ruoao
rtiuukablo auccoHB lias bvuu shown iu CUllDg
Bwlaclio, Tft Carter's Littlo Llvor Till are
equally valnaliln in Conaliiutlnn, cnrinRainl pra
Venting tbiHanuoyinconiilaint,wliilo tlieyalau
liver and rcgukte the bowuU Ilvuu it' they oulj
eufi'er from tUiaili.r. sAug cmniiliiint; butfortu
vthoiiucetry them will find tin :o littlo pilNvalu
nMelnPOiuatiTvraviithat they will nut br wil
ling to do without tuvtu. But after ollalck uuaj
iBthebaneof so mtinv lived that hemlnwhma
Vf e make our ;nt boaat. Our tillB euro it whila
Others do not. ,
Carter's Mttto Llvor Pills aro very small ana
very cany to take. Ono c r two jiilla m:iUoa done.
Ihey are strictly vc UDlii ami not gripe or
Usetham. In vi .ilsnt CltvntH ; llvefor $1. Soli
by Uruffiisui every wheroi or tout Ly mail.
riRTE Mrntrime CO.. New York.
SMALL PILL. SArlALL DCSE. SMALL PRICE
For AtchitiHon, St. Joseph, Leaven
worth, Kansas. City, St, Louis,
and all pointsnr'-th.east
south or west. Tick
ets Hold ami bnn
to a n y
St a tes or
INe-oKMATION AS TO KATK
Call at Depot or address
H, C. TOWXSEXD,
G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. PiiiLMi-pi,
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
H. D. AP'iAK. Ajft., Plattsmouth.
bLLTS SENT FREE FOR EXAMINATION.
il SAKDtH'S ELECTRIC BELT
Who rrc dMtltated and
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II, e liin,, c!li t tV'-'l. 'U. Mi'ililur, Continuum
lumnitnr :!:-' 'v turoin.-h n'l u I. IK I'AI; I'S, r
(.niiirtticin t" III i: HI "n n-i'iii mm .m.
In view of t' e l utttlint n...ny pursmis whodlre
i nr ee.re aemiitie j::ei.trie neii nuveappneu 10
it.ftereni r.:ii te-H f T Infi'inui! inn. anil are un
it ,-eid'ii .'if t" v. hieh have the tient Koiid". wiisimitetit
that "H ciriler In, in r.u-h c-'U-panythe belt you
lll. to -eo. neiit hv OTiri". C. O, ., leif h irielilfl
f,f i i-imni,eii,ii. Whin tho belts have arrived at
Tiiirep-i' efflrn exuiniiietln-mi If you And (ma
b'tterihano:in,i-lnii'ly sk ej(,res anent to re
turn iiiirn mi, All woreinilrelsfalcts. with your
nriterto part I. illy r,'Vcreire!,eharKe. nlen we I
l eileilueteit frmn priemif belt If ttnaerepted This
prnpostt b -n is a f :nr ene t" ail concerneil, A buyer
wants the tt t.-r his nmney, and It Is a irreat
rleasnre to u to have mr K'mkIi omnjlned and
ronipared with others hef.ire botmlit. Send f..r
Cliisi rated pnmphlet, mulled, sealed, freo. Address
P-undeu l;leel l Ic t o,, l La Hall Ki , lllll'iui).
TlIK IlKkALD is the Hest and Most
Keliable Family Paper Pub
lished iu Cass County
r.-iT t tit '
According to tlie census ot 1,M)i
'Chicago take rank, by virtue other
I population of lAV;vi p,-ople, as the
.i v'llttl I'invd4 l-llv." .Ill til,, ivlilllt
' U!T,,esire. ,t one time or
t Hnrnher, to vL-Mt a citv in which so
many persons fiml hiMiies, iiml.
when we ilo, we can fitui no better
line tli;in tlie "llurlittnton K ute."
Three fast ami comfortable rains
daily, hor further information a 1
dress the ai;eut of the company at
this t.i.aW or A i iie to J. Fran .'is,
General I'asseiiuer ,ini Tiiket
Aent, Omaha, Nebraskii.
A sweeping deeision in favor of
the letter carriers have been ren
dered by the I'nited States supreme
court 4in its c instruction of the
eioht hour law as alTectitii; that
class of ejovertinii'iit employes. The
carriers appear to have won on
every point nxardino- which they
made a contest. The court holds
that the postol'liee department vi
olated the intent and purpose of
the act in question, and insisted on
in und tie amount of la hor from the
carriers, line effect ol the decision
will be to increase the cost of tlie
carrier service; but the people yen
erally will rejoice iu the relief af
forded to a faithful and hard .work
ins; class of men.
All First-Clas Drujji!.
From present date will keep on
salethe important Fast India Hemp
remedies. Dr. II. James', prepara
tion of this herb on its' own soil
(Calcutta), will positively ctirecon
sumption, bronchitis, asthma, and
nasal Catarrh, and break up a fresh
cobl in lit hours, ifj.a:) per bottle
ora" bottles.ifor $ii.a:).JU Try it.
CkwmxiCK A Co., proprietors.
KB'.' Race street. Philadelpia.
I'ope Leo jrave a ceremonial au
dience to the Princess of Wales, her
daui liters, Princess Victoria and
Princess Maud, and her son the
Duke of York, attended by their
suites. The royal visitors were re
ceived with all the honors due to
soverio;ns. and the occasion was
made one of unusual splendor. The
entire pontilical court was assem
bled in state array, and all the Kn
;rlish prelates at present in Rome
were in attendance. The Princess
of Wales, her daughters ami the
Duke of York afterwards visited
Cardinal Kampolla, the pontilical
secret'iry of the state.
K'llKl MATISM t L'k'KD IX A lV.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism ami
Neuraloia radically cures iu 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system
is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits, 7a
cents. Sold by F. (1. Fricke Co.,
Mecanse of unrequited love, I W ill
Frye. aire 17 years, laid his head on
the Louisville Southern track near
Shelbyville and suffered decapita
tion, lie has been ;in love with a
schoolgirl for for some months
past. She did not encouraireliis'at
tensions. Today youno- Frye asked
to be excused from school, and
walking to the railroad "waited for
the train which was soon due.
When it approached he laid his
head on the track and was ground
to pieces, the engineer failing to
see him in time to stop.
A Sensible !Man.
Would use Kemp's Iialsam for tlie
throat and litMtrs. It is curiner
more cases of coughs, colds as
thma, bronchitis, crouo and all
throat and luno; troubles, than any
other medicine. The proprietor has
authorized tlruejist ho iive you a
sample bottle KKKli to convince you
of the merit of this threat remedy.
Lafo;e bottles 50c. and
WANTKD - Aovuts to sell our
choice ami hardy nursery stock.
We have many new ind special va
rieties, both in fruits and ornamen
tals to offer, which are controlled
only by us. We pay commission or
salary. Write us at once for terms,
and secure choice of territory.
MAY Hk'o'i hkks, Nurserymen.
K'ochrstrr, X. Y.
A Great Surprise
Is in store for all who use Kemp's
Iialsam forth.) Throat and I.ung;s'
the great y;uaranteed remedy. It is
sold on its merits and any (Irueist
is aiifhori.ed by the proprietor of
this wonderful remedy to tfivt you
a saui)le bottle free. It never fails
to cure acute or chronic coughs.
All drurifisls sell Kemp's Ilalsjm.
Larg;t bottles ."sic. and !f 1.
Mystic- Lile llmiewer,
This wonderful Health Kuilder
and Constitution Restores is indeed
a veritable renewer of life; because
it possesses such marvelous powers
to cure all forms of Failing; Health,
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous
Diseases, Heart Affections, Female
Weakness, HrokeuConstitution and
all wasting; diseases. F'very bottle
warranted to jrive satisfaction or
money refunded. Freejhottle at F.
(i. Fricke Co., dnngisls, JPIatts.
Urinjj your job work to this office
for first class work.
let Fof l'iilat.x-4 Hint ,rr Knowi
to Miituro Karl).
In seltvf.ni; seed jnitatoea for an rarlv
crop we do ii. -t U'l.-t enough to the iini.i
t ies that mittir..lly nuitnre tiarly, siya
r. writer in Tlie A.nerieiii Cultiv.-.tnr.
He says t'o'iii ptiaratinn of t ft- sml
an I u'oo'I utter cultivation nre no' srfi-
cum tii I'loaii'e an ear;y crop.
F.arly Rn-.e r.-ei -ived its nat:;..- b.v;c:
it "".:::. . .- cf pr -wi: r. r.n.l a
ehiv... '. lie i ..'.ie,! ia f r ia "i"i to t' i i'
Tins pot.!! .-.til! :,iii.i , well I'.ir an ,
iT"'i. althi",','h it dms not have
wiilesjirvn'I tiojitilanty it once li:"l.
ilie flmh"i-iiy ejttotiil says: "For a
tat, i that eati K- il.inted in tin- soil very
early iu the se:ioa, hii.1 that will rip' a
etvly and yield a yood crop, there i.-,
in.'.. tl.:.t nc.r.ss tl.e l'iarly t.iliio. Ti:!
pol.it" l:as an alntiidaiu e of good qm '.i
ties. ji t:1 it i-arlino.'-s of maturity i ti"t
tin- least. Tlie potatoes are lare mid
uuit'urm, and a hnl pulleil up trotn 4 to
oi days alter planting will prtwnt a
I'll .ImI14 si;ht. hi selectill); these s.vds.
liowt er, it is ipiile esi iitial tiiattlare
tliof.ld bo no bvlile eyes. When pot, i
toi's are planted for an early crop, tlie
soil is generally cold and damp, and the
tendency is for the seed to rot before it
sprouts. This will generally be the cae
unless each piei e has strong eyes tiiat
nre vigorous mid full of lite.
"Do not plant too early, espivially
when the scil is thick and heavy. No
seed can grow much in cold, wet, clam
my soil. The seed potato put iu such
soil will simply remain iloruuuit fur a
number of days and have the vitality
impaired by t iu uncongenial surround
ings. They do not get a good start, mid
the potat ii s me more apt to he smaT
Hud half devi loped. There is no set time
for planting early . crop-., for too much
dep -mis upon the soil and the season.
"When the potatoes arc planted early,
they need plenty of barnyard manure in
the soil, manure that is well rotted.
Tins is heating to the soil, and it is much
belter early in tin- season than any aiti
lit ial fertilizer."
A I'niuiUIni; New ('iilduiKe,
The Siieces-iuii cabbage depicted in
the etit i-- regarded as one of the most
valuable varieties introdueed since the
F.arly Summer made its appearance.
The Sueeessioii is about one week later
than the F.iirly Summer, but is nearly
double its size and true to its tyiie tinder
all conditions. It is regarded us a safe
variety for the amateur to planl.ns it
does well lit all seasons. Whether plant
ed for liiediiiiii early, mam crop or late
use, one is sunt id' getting a crop.
SiriuR ( ar of Iters.
The bet s hhuuld be looked niter the
first warm ties that come. Open the
hives and see That they have food enough
to last mit'i they can gather honey,
llees that have gone so far through the
winter un-Worth some trouble andsome
expense to carry them through. The
Anarieaii Cultivator says that liquid
honey with t a;,ar enough i-tirred into it
to iual;e a sliii' candy makes good bee
food. b'i', t are sti ;ar and water is better
than W'i I V. l.ile the hives are open
look for t-!.; of 1 he bee Itltitll lllld see if
any colonies are n reduced that it would
be well to ile.-ii-oy one of tiie queens and
ilolilile thi ::i up. Yv hi n they are heard
humming in.-id" the hive or when they
are seen bringing out dead bees, they
should be looked lifter.
Have the new hives with top boxes
and frames all ready before other spring
Work takes up the time. Whether they
are allowed to swarm naturally or are
divided artificially, it is well to be ready
for them in good season. If there are
any old hives that are good, have them
well cleaned. If there is empty comb
on hand, see that it is in good condition,
and if there is not enough get sheets of
foundation enough to fill the frames in
the new hives and to replace that in the
boxes on the old hives.
Onions I rolil Seed.
Onions grown to comiu "rcial size in
the usual way, if set out the next spring,
soon enlarge, to size lit for table. The
difference, between the two is chiefly
caused by different cultivation. In tin
one case the onion, under favorable con
ditions, matures from the seed the first
season; in the dwarfed condition it re
quires a second season for full maturity
Kii'riiiieiit Milt Inn (.If miiIiikh.
llulletins issued from the agricultural
t-xiierimeiit elation at Kaleigh will lie
sent to any address in that state on writ
ten application to tba director, II. B,
W. H. Caldwell, assistant agriculturist
at the l'cniisf lvania station, has been
selected bv the American (iuemsev ( 'at
tic club to taks charge of the (iuemsev
cows entered for the test uf daii v blei ds
at the World's Columbian e.osition.
A number of the leading tob.n co wrow
ers of the Connecticut river valley liav
organized as tint Valley Tobacco Kxpir
Ulielit association. Iheir olivet 1 to
experiment in fertilizers and mcthoiU i,
growing tobacco in connection with tie
government experiment station at tl
state agricultural college
At the North Dakota station K. S.
Keene has been appointed agrietilt nr.:'
engineer with h view to having iiive-!,g,(.
tions of farm machinery coiidncte'l at
the station. The first work will Icon a
stubble burner for removing all straw
from the soil after harvesting, thus do
ing away with tlie necessity of annual
plowing for wheat.
From the Arkansas station comes the
report of successful exiieriuieiits with
wheat, oats, grasses and clover at New
port ami Pino 111 nil', localities in which
cotton is now the chief crop.
SO BAY WE ALL
Tobaccos, but for a good smoke Bull Durham
A kaJinn characteristic of
a. ....... .
peen ineiiDM which it takes on old and las'idious smokers.
What its ex.olk.Mice first secureJ, Its uiiiturmily lias always
rotaiiifj, anj it is, therefore, to-day as twenty-live years ago,
the most popular Smoking Tobacco in the worlJ.
Get tlie Kenulne. MaJe only by
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co.,
DURHAM, N. C.
FENCES IN THE GARDEN.
fn. 'IiIh iir lii-ur l-aiil f it Lot tne Mjlt
til ror1ill I'eiu'tt.
rCotwiihslandiiig the hue Hinl crt
raised every season against the useles.
waite if fencing for village or snial
gardens, in many localities inclosute.
are a necessity. When a fence is re
tinned, it pay to have a good one. Al
I.IUIIT ItOAlID KI'.XCK r'olt It.VCK YAI:rR.
the side or rear end of many village lot
a tight fence is the preferred kind. nfbT
scri-ening the back yard from other bad,
Instead of the ordinary board fence
with straight top, one made after thf
pattern here shown atl'ords relief to thf
eve among so many straight toppcil
fences and is less inviting to boys whr
( limb and play on fences. Iu any event
the hack yard fence should be mantled
with climbers of several kinds. Ampii
oims ami climbing loniceras aro line I'm
Where a cow is kept on a small farm
it is often a matter of convenience tr
have a few dozen panels of feiicnthnt
ear be used in iniprot ising a temporary
pasture lot. llielorm of panel shown
in t le second cut has, according h:
American (iardeuiug, from which the
I'ANKI. OF IV UTAIU.K WlNDl'llooK I':N(T..
foregoing i.-i reprotluced, the imporbint
merit of bei?:g wilidproof as Well le
slockproof. Its construction is so siui
pie that no directions other than the en
graving will be ivipiiivil.
Till Illlllllll l.llllll'N.
The Indian games, a thoroughbred va
riety of fowls that has gained popular
ity during the past two years in this
country, are largely bred iu Kngland
and differ t-oinewhat from the othei
games. The cock weighs about nine
pounds, and tin- hen f rom six to seven
pounds. Tlie body is firm, compact and
muscular. The carriage und style of t In
cock is very upright and commanding,
giving an appearance ol' vigor and ac
tivitv. The feet are large, clean and
Hat: the head of medium length am
width; eyes full, with ahold expression:
fact! smooth and fine in texture; comli,
H-a. small, fine and closely set on tin
head; wattles scanty; ear lobes small,
The plumage is short and gloss; neck
and tail are glossy green-black, with a
largo proportion of dark crimson plum
age on saddle, wings, etc.
In England the Indian game is ranked
along with the Dorking for the dressed
poultry market. It is claimed by Ameri
can breeders that this breed grows rap
idly, and the body of the fowl, being
plump ami round, is adapted for the
table. It is also claimed that for cross
ing on common In ns, to produce table
poultry, the Indian game has unequal.
The hens are good layers of medium
Knx-iit inl In urn Culture.
A speaker at an Iowa meeting of farm
ers remarked that there are four essen
tial to the production of first class com
proper preparation of tho soil, good
wed. uniform distribution and thorough
cultivation. If thu surface soil is prop
erly cared for, thu subsoil will take care
of itself. It is a question whether sum
mer plowing is good where land must be
subject to action of mud ami rain. Drill
planting: is preferable, putting kernels Vi
to 10 inches apart in the rows. Drilled
corn will mature 10 days sooner than hill
planted and is easier to husk.
The objection to drill cultivation of
corn ought not to be considered, now
that improved tools exist fur tending it.
In hill culture there can lie no uniform
ity of cultivation as regards time be
tween plowing, while with drilled corn
till can be treated alike. Tho planted
field should bo gone over once in four
days before the corn is up and as often
after that as jmssible. The assertion was
made that tho days of long minted
shovels aro numbered, and they should
be done away with altogether. Tho in
creaso from shallow cultivation was
equal to 20 per cent. The advantage of
Bhallow cultivation is more noticeable iu
a dry season than in u wet one.
Oil SMOKING TOBACCO.
(rsu.) iiavo ;;t one time
. . . . ,,
it iiiKuner incu ail
the different Smokinu
Hull Pisrhnm h
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P. J. HANSEN.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited
North Sixth Street, Plattsmoutt
TIMOTHY : CLARK.
Coal mid Wood.
Yards und (mice ltd South Third Street
'l etcplnirie Xu. Ill,
The Old Reliable
H. A. WATERMAN 4 SOU.
Lath, Sash, Shingles,
IIOOKfc, : ISLINllft,
Kir. t un supply every ileiiuiti of the
lily, t nil anil urt terms, l-'imrtli
Street in rear of operu house.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.
W. II. C I SIII.NC, Pres.
J. W. JOHNSON, Vice Pres.
I-KKD W. CAKIU'TII, fash'r.
A to-iicnil IxitikiiiK business
INTEREST on deposits allowed as
follows: Four per cent, annual
interest if deposited three months.
Five per cent annual interest if de
f posited six months. Six per cent.
annual interest if deposited tine
THOS POLLOCK R W HYERS
Nutary I'ulillt- & Atistrm'tpr Solicit
Real Estate, Loan and Insurance Agent
If you have real estate to Bell or
exchange send us description, price
Abstracts of title furnished at reas
f lHO.nui to loan at 7'i It'r cent and
no commissions, on good
POLLOCK A HYKRS
Plattsmouth . Ntu.
Office under Cai County Bank,
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