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Spend a l'leasant Hour at
The Cosy Corner
TOM TROOP. PROPlllElOlv
THE PLATTSMOUTH 4
P. F. r.OOS. Prop.
Spokane the Latest City to be
Interested in Aerial
When in Plattsmouth get your
I dinner at
I The Perkins House $
(uthmann 4 Cory, I'mps.
I C. A. RAWLS I
j- Olliees in First National bank bldg !"
AND PRINT TMEM RIGHT
BAILEY & iMAGH
litest Aoplldiicrt. Bl;l-0rjct Drntitry Rrisoe
able frier. BM-tqulppfd Dental Of
fice la tilt Middle West.
ICIL OllCOUftTC tO CITT Vlt'TO.
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A. L. TIDD
X Rank of Eagle, Eagle,
v Nehawka Rank, Nehawka.
T Rank of M unlock. M unlock,
i First NatT bank, Greenwood,
v State bank of Murray, Murray.
T First NatT bank, Plattsmouth.
MARSHALL, D. D. S.
..Graduate Dentist,. !
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-six Years' Experience
urrice in ntzgeraiu biock a
J The news items of the home com
munity. J The things in which you are most
J The births, weddings, deaths of
the people you know.
J The social affairs of our own and
The ara the kind of facta this papa
li.il you in avary iuua. Thaj ara
cartainly worth taa subscription prica.
Get Acquainted With
Diner's Digesters z
F. G. Frickc & Co.
For your stomach's
pake. Relief of
tion, etc. Sold by
IT'S VERY UNUSUAL
to see such handsome turnouts as
goes from Manspeaker's livery
stable. Our rigs are up-to-date,
our carriages are swell in style
hihI comfortable to ride in, and
our horses are always well
groomed, well dressed and well
fed. When you want a drive
come to Manspeaker's for your
Jones' Old Livery Rarn
Srvnth & Mjin St.. I'lattpmntitli. Nfb.
Spokane, Wash., March 31. -One
million dollars is the stated capitaliza
tion uf the Spokane-Chicago Aerial
Transportation company, in process of
organization here to manufacture a
machine with a carrying capacity of
200 passengers from designs by W. A.
Whyte, inventer of a K-passenger air
ship, with which he will give a public
demonstration here early in Apnl. He
claims to have traveled 93 miles in 73
minutes with this model, adding:
"My new machine will be of the
heavier-than-air type and is to be 7"
feet in length and 1G feet wide. The
car and the frame-work will be mostly
of aluminum not weighing more than
4, CM) pounds, and it will have a lifting
capacity of 8,i)0 pounds. The car will
be controlled and operated with three
50-horse power engines and will have
long, stationary wings, which are de
signed to give equilibrium and buoyancy
at all times.
"The balloon is to be oilt) feet in
length and 75 feet in diameter. The
bag is composed of 1" cells controlled
by sc u rate tubes, the inlets and out
1 -ts being operated by inflation and de
flation waves. In addition, there is a
percolator inside of the bag and this is
filled with air by automatic means.
"1 have demonstrated that my ma
chine is practicable for commercial
purposes and the capitalists in eastern
Washington and northern Idaho back
ing this enterprise of making flights to
Chicago and return believe it will be a
great success. I expect to attain a
speed of !)() miles an hour under favor
Mr. Whyte announced also that he
will make a demonstration for the
United States government in a short
time with a high explosive to be hurled
from airships in war, adding that the
experiments will take place near an
eastern navy yard.
Claud Morgan, residing just across
the rives, near Pacific Junction, sus
tained an accident Monday which is
likely to prove serious. In attempting
to extract a shell from a 22-ealiher rifle
it exploded, the bullet entering the
groin and lodging in the bowels. A con
sultation of physicians decided that the
cise was one of extreme danger to the
patient, and ordered his removal to a
hospital in Omaha. While his condition
is very critical it is hoped that he may
Work of (lennany and Unitod
States In Conservation
Germany faced the same great tin;-j
her supply problem early in the nine- j
teenth century that the United States ,
faces today and in solving it developed i
heavy producing and well administered :
All Distress From Stomach and
Indigestion Vanishes In
Will come back to you If you spend it at
boms. It is gone forever il you send it to
the Mall-Order House. A (fiance through
our advertising columns will give you an
idea where it will buy the most.
Take your sour stomach or maybe
you call it Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gas
tritis of Catarrh of Stomach; it doesn't
matter take your stomach trouble
J right with you to your Pharmacist and
ask him to open a .r)0-cent case of
I Rape s Diapepsin and let you eat
: 22-grain Trianirule and see if within
live minutes there is left any trace of
j your stomach misery
The correct name for your trouble is
' Food Fermentation food souring; the
; Digestive organs become weak, there
is lack of gastric juice; your food is
only half digested, and you become af
fected with loss of appetite, pressure
and fullness after eating, vomiting,
nausea, heartburn, gripping in bowels,
tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad
taste in mouth, constipation, pain in
limbs, sleeplessness, belching of gas,
biliousness, sick headache, nervousness,
dizziness and many other similar
If your appetite is fickle, and nothing
tempts you, or you belch gas or if you
feel bloated after eating, oi your food
lies like a lump of lead on your stom
ach, you can make up your mind that
at the bottom of all this there is but
one cause fermentation of undigested
Prove to yourself, after your next
meal, that your stomach is as good as
any; that there is nothing really wrong.
Stop this fermentation and begin eat
ing what you want without fear of dis
comfort or misery.
Almost instant relief is waiting for
you. It is merely a matter of how
soon you take a little Diapepsin.
You've got no use for any maga
zine ? No ?
Don't need EVERYBODY'S? No?
Doesn't concern you ? No ?
BUT high-priced freight, coal, and
lumber pure food cheap water
ways? That hits vou? Yes? That's
what EVERYBODY'S is for.
Get it ; cut out an article occasion
ally and send it to your congressman.
Things will begin to move you
won't feel so powerless.
FOR SALE BY
Herold's Book Store.
A Long Time Lease Taken on
forests which are models for the rest
of the world.
A study of the systems of forest
management and wood utilization in the
two countries otfers many interesting
comparisons. The United Stases takes
200 cubic feet per capita annually from
the forests; Germany uses but 37. In
other words, this county is already
using seven times as much timber per
capita as in Germany. American for
ests are now producing not more than
12 cubic feet per acre; German forests
are producing 4S cubic feet per acre
annually. Germany has reduced waste
and consumption and increased pro-
onej duct ion.
lhc United States has as rapidly
growing trees anil as good soil as Ger
many, and foresters say it is reason
able to think that this country will be
just as successful as the European
country in high per acre production
when every owner of tiniberland get
down to proper conservation and de
velopment of his forest property. It
is known that the United States must
continue in the future, as in the past,
to rely upon its own forests for the
great bulk of wood which is used.
Despite the introduction of many sub
stitutes, it is not possible to conceive
the the time when it will be practicable
to do without wood for many uses.
Granting this, foresters say, it follows
that as a nation and as individual citi
zens everything possible must be done
to put the forest land of this country
upon a permanent productive basis.
The ultimate aim must be to cut no
more from forests than they produce
each year, and to muke their yearly
growth equal to the needs of the peo
ple. As in Germany, forest conserva
tion in this country means just two
things, first, the fullest possible utili
zation of the present supply of timber,
which will make it last longer; and
second, the handling of forest lands in
such a way that succeeding crops of
timbers will be secured.
At present only about one-fifth of
our standing timber is in public forests.
This term is used to cover the National
forests, State forests, the timber on
Indian and Military reservations, and
National Parks. These forests are be
ing managed according to the principles
of scientific forestry so far as funds
available for their administration per
mit. While the extent of the public
forests will undoubtedly be increased
in the future, it it not likely that for a
very long time to come they will con
tain even as much as half of the tim
ber supply. Four-fifths of our forests are
now owned by individuals, companies.
or corporations. The manner in which
these forests are handled is, therefore,
of the utmost importance in conserva-
Watches 4 Jewelry
Are in our line and we handle
them extensively, so we can
show the finest line in Cass
county, excepting none. We
have a fine line of bracelets, hat
pins and umbrellas which would
be suitable for Easter. Also the
celebrated Elgin, Waltham, Ham
ilton and Howard Watches of
which we have a full line. If
you are interested in anything in
the jewelry line drop in and
JOHN W. CRABILL,
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector.
r W W
Wise talks by
the office boy
Some one sent the boss a bunch of books en
titled, "Pusiness Nuggets," "The Koad to Suc
cess," "The Man in Front" and such like.I think
he's been looking them over, for when 1 came to
work this morning he handed me this: Every
thing comes to those that wait, and the lazy boy
waits to greet it; but success comes on with a
rapid gait, to the man that goes to meet it." I
had to laugh, because he's the boss; but to tell
you the honest truth, a boy on this job doesn't
get any chance to apply thess wise hunches. Actually it's no credit fore
a fellow to beindustrioua here, because he cant be anything else. If he
lets up for an hour he wouldn't get his orders out and then there would
be people coming in and saying lots of fierce things, but nothing about
"business hucccss" or the "lazy boy waits to grit t it."
Have you tried Curtis Brothers Janis. Retains all the fine natura
flavor. Great. Picnic hize, 2r)C Don't forget to order a sack of
Goods Best Flour with your next order.
iH. M. SOENNICHSEN I
tiMOt UIIUMMMH II MIMIIt
WANTED Manager for Branch office
we wish to locate here in Platts
mouth. Address, The Morris Whole
sale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 83-8
The Nebraska Telephone Company
has secured a 10-year lease of the
second floor of the Falter& Thierolf
building to be used as their central
station. Manager Davis informs the
Nkws-IIeuali) that the material has
been ordered for the installation of the
new common battery system and that
work will be commenced immediately
upon its arrival, which will probably be tion
not later than the 15th of this month. If the lumber industry in the United
It may be explained in passing that j States is to live, it means that large
the common battery system means j manufacturers will have to protect and
that the battery for the operation of I develop their forest property. The land
the system is all located at one central j must be lumbered with care, fire must
point and it is then not necessary to ; be kept out, young growth protected,
have one or more dry cells at each local : and every principle of forestry applied
telephone. This is the system in use j to the management of the land so that
in all of the larger cities and Platts-; it will continue permanently productive
mouth is to be congratulated upon the j instead of becoming a burned over and
fact that the Bell Company has decided i barren waste, as has been the case of
to establish it here. j the forest regions which have passed
through periods of excessive destruc
tion as the result of careless lumbering
Will Go To I
Professor Brooks Decides to
Leave the Plattsmouth
WANTED - Agents to handle good
close in addition property to Musko
gee, Oc. For particulars address
I Schantz & Crabtree, Muskogee, Ok.
$:!! PER WEEK and expenses to men
with rig to introduce poultry and
stock remedies. Experience unneces
sary. Reliable company and exclu
sive territory given. The Grant Co.,
Dept. M, Springfield, III. 78-12
, WANTED Young men and women to
fill positions paying ?!)()() to $2000 per
annum. Big demand for stenograph
ers in the Government service, ns
! well as in private business life. Our
new method of teaching shorthand
by mail insures as thorough and
practical a training at your own home
1 as is obtainable by personal attend
ance at uny business college in the
country. We guarantee success.
Complete course for small cash pay
ment; balance to be paid when you
! secure a position. Trial lesson free.
j Cential Business Institute, Cerdral
P.'jiMirT, Wahirgto:i, D. C.
Professor W. D. Brooks has just re
ceived notice of his election as super
intendent of the Fairmont High school
and has announced his intention of ac-
' ccpting the position. Professor Brooks
has been principal of the local schools
for two years now and has given the
best of satisfaction and it is with re
gret that the patrons learn of his de
cision to leave. However, the promo
tion is of so pronounced a type that
Professor Brooks felt that he could not
i refuse it, and while all will regret his
I departure from our midst, the best
wishes of hundreds of friends will go
i with him to his new home.
An enjoyable day was spent at the
! home of Mrs. Wm. Wetenkamp on
Saturday, March 27th, in honor of her
nephew and neice, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
1 Snoke and daughter of Eagle. Those
I present were Miss Sophia Schwegmann
! of Bennett, Mhs Marie Foulhaber of
! Lincoln, besides all of the children and
' grandchildren. At the noon hour all
' were able to indulge in a full mea'.
, The afternoon was spent in general
conversation, also instrumental and
j vocal music
Miss Pearl Carey spent the evening
with her aunt, Mrs. Win. Wetenkamp
1 last Sunday.
The First National Bank
; r.v.vr YotJi arsMSs, be it
LHUCE Oil S.)WLZ. .
We Understand Your Wants and
Can Fill Them.
Furniture That Pleases
I Good South Dakota Farm.
MO acres, located 16 miles from Hu
( ron and only 2 1-2 miles from Broadland,
Beadle county. Sixty acres broken and
farmed 2 years. Every foot of the
quarter can be plowed and in fact, lies
; exceptionally well. A number of Cass
, county men own farms near this one.
Land is rapidly increasing in value in
I this section. Can sell this quarter for
$2H an acre, if taken soon. For further
particulars, call upon or address,
i Gkokc.k L. Faki.kv,
j Office in Contes Block. Telephone 127.
Advertised Letter List.
Remaining uncalled for in the ost
office at Plattsmouth, Neb., March :'M,
Miss Eleanor M. Dawson, Mrs. Mary
K rough, Miss Lineytay,, Peter Curtis,
W. Curbn, Harry Davis, A. H. Elton,
Argil Filly, Franklin Gensheer, James
Gensheer, James T. McDonald.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter oflice April 13, l'JU'.t, if not
delivered before. In calling fur the
above please say "advertised" giving
date of list. C. H. SMITH, P. M.
V" ' V V
Old Winter with his rein of ice ami snow will
soon be gone. Those chilly blasts will be a thing of the
past. Spring with its new demands will soon be here,
and you will need some new furniture. Our line is re
plete with up-to-date, designs and patterns, which ere
sure to please, and at prices, which are sure to appeal
to the prudent buyer. See our display, we are glad to
show the goods and quote you prices.
STREIGHT & STREICHT
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