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T Spend a Pleasant Hour at X
i The Cosy Corner ;
1 And Indigestion Vanishes in
Twice Con- ;
! firmed Proof
Can Yoa Pronounce "Hawaii?"
Hawaii has hem It:;i enough a purl
of the Vrv States to he pro;-.. nm-ed
I .v; r!y hy every American, and yet
f'. w on the mainland seem to he sure ; i
of themselves when they have occasion ' Residents of PlattSPOllth Cannot
A A A A A A A' A A
our one in.-uiar i
about the worst
hy a prominert
who recently in
S I. F. COOS. Prop.
lot start now today, and fur-
ever rid yourself of Stomach trouble
1 and Indigestion? A dieted stomach gets
the blues and grumbles. (lives it a
rood eat, then take Pape's Diapepsin
to start the digestive juices working.
There will he no dysrcp.-ia or belching-
'of Cas or eructations of undigested ,r.,:ioiinced therefor nearly "Hali-wy-
the name of
res i;t wa-i attained
member of CongrtMs,
course of debate on the tloor of the
House referred a number of times to
ilay-waw-waw." The letter A in Ha- j
waiian is always trivon the Roman !
sound, m in "ah," while "i." always
has the sound of "?." "Hawaii" is
When in l'lattsmouth tret your X
ilinncr at X
J Thc lPerkins House i
iluthmann & Cory. Props.
ee, witii accent on ine miuuic s)iuiua'
or "Hah-vy-ee," some authorities hold
ir, that "w" should always take the
sound of "v". The letter "o" always
has the sound as in the word "no, "and
the pronouueiiition of the name of the
capital city of the Territory is "Ho-nu-lu-1
l" and not "llon-olu lu," as gen
erally Fpoken by the unglosaxon.
C. A. RAWLS
Offices in First National bank bhlg-
AND PRINT THEM RIGHT
bailey & mm
Utrt 50iliiitf tli;k-Grii Drntl t v 8asn
iiit Ciltf . hut-1 nnippf d li'tiul Of
fir la tfl M 'Jtlit West.
ccii Discounts to citt wiiito
Sil F.'oot l mti ii l..k . I'ti. V fnriiniii. CirtHA. NEB.
food; no feclimr like a him; of lead in
the stomach or heartburn, r-i.-k headache
and dizziness, and yoar food will not
ferment and poison your brei.th with
I'ape's Diapepsin co-ts o:dy 50 cents
for a lar;;e case at any drug- store here,
and will relieve the most obstinate
, ease of Indigestion and Upset Stomach
; i in five minutes.
',' ! There is nothing olio bettor to take
? j Gaa from Stomach a::d cleanse the tbTclSkcl
. j stomach and intestines, and be;-idos,
i one trianirule will digest and prepare
! for assimilation into the blood all your
X food the same as a sound, heal.hy
stomach would do it.
i When Diapepsin work?, your stomach
rests - ets ltseli in order, cleans up -I
and then you feel like eating when you
come to the table, and what you eat
I will do you tfood.
' Absolute relief from all Stomach
Mi.-iery is waiting for you as soon as
you decide to begin taking Diapepsin.
; Tell your druggist that you want Pape's
J Diapepsin, because you want to be
thoroughly cured of Indigestion.
Of-VV PONC3 CF THE ANCIENTS.
; Description of Prehistoric Methtd cf
Obtaining Wnter Sepp'y.
j One of the pnl.is'oiie method used
j In needling a water sun; ly ii .-"cliois
Hank of Eagle. Faglo.
Nthawka Bank, Nehawka.
Hank of Murdock, Murdock.
First Nat'l bank,(rtenwood.
State bank of Murray, Murray.
First Nat'l bank, Plattsmouth.
i! b -
I iv tho con
'IT. .-o dew
I 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
ThrM ara the kid of fact this paper
fM rou in rj iiiuc. Thej ara
certainly worta taa ubacriplion prica.
I ivboio it was i..!'Hissi'.:'(
f'M.iu ural so iv.-i s. cr
j ranie r.c'et 1 ::i y t live
I ritoi y for defer. i- vas
i si. in tion i f (:.i'w i ri'..;s.
: liitsds wi r uiy-ie by !i.
j the ear'h for a ;;'.( e far in :."'. of
'the ni.ijnro.il ro.-pilK :ni atr. of s.i'h
pond, then thickly covr:in the whole
i of the hollow with a coating i f straw
The Miaw In Us tiuri was eovrred by
ja layer of will olio;; ::i. f.;nly pud
I died clay, ar.,1 the upit r nirfaee of
j the ol.iy closely strf.vn with s'oiu h.
I Such a ond will riad.u.i'.y becom'1
fdled with wan-r, tin- :: ire rai.iiily the
I larger It is. ev "ii thsuh i.o rain maj
! fall. During th.e warmth id a sunr.nei
(iay the ear'h will 'slu:e a consddera'.de
i amount of heat, while (he jsoml. prf-
ti etc d from the hir;t by the i.oncoa
I duetivliy of the rtrw. hi at thf sar.i"
I timo rliilled l:y the p.v.eij-s ut va'ouv
! lion from the j.a !i';'.i d day. 'flu; con
si-iiuence is thai dutlns the :i!--:ht the
' tnoisture of the c itr, r.rat Ivi iy va .;).
, air Is eor.d"iiseil on the surface i f ti."
i col l clay. As the com'.e-.ra'.ion inviu ;.
' the ni.'d'.ts is in xc-ss of the ova;)or.e
; tion darlns the day. the J end liero:i;-..
' nljrht by til'tlit, fnudttaily hilcJ. I'i.pu
' lar Mechanics.
Si'o;;.Ni', Wa.-ii., April 7. -University
of Nebraska Club of Spokane i!e
dided at its annual meeting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence P.erkey in
Cliir Park to have its spring outing at
Hay.len Lake, Idaho, on Mayl. These
oliicers were elected for the year:
President, Clarence Kerkey; vice presi
dent. It. I,. PaUon; secretary, Miss
Helen Dean; treasurer.W. K. Sampson.
Following the election and installa
tion of oliicers, the members of the
club gave a farewell parly for Miss
Hdna Hullock, librarian of the South
Central High school. The program
carried with it th college spirit and
was highly interesting. There was a
life-size portrait of President i.. U
Andrews in the reception hall, while
ttie college colors, scarlet and cream,
were everywhere in the decora! ions.
The toast list follow:;:
Original verse, Mrs. Clarence P.erkoy;
"Nebraska," Miss Hullock; "Skeaj
pa;f," John It. Pender; "Reminiscences
of Newby," K. L. P.atton; "L. T. T.
11. W. A. M.," Clarence Perkey, and
"The Nebraska Club," Miss Helen
The auting at Hay den Lake, which is
in the heart of a government forest
reserve in northern Idaho, 42 miles
from Spokane, will include boating and
trout fishing, also tennis and golf on
the new grounds, and there will be an
old-fashioned dinner in Kozanta tavern,
followed by music and dancing. The
partv will travel in a special train over
the electric line, and it is expected to
have several prominent Ncbraskims as
Doubt What Has Keen
In gratitude for complete relief from ,
aches and pains of bad backs - from !
distressing kidney ills - thousands have I
publicly recommended Doan's Kidney)
Pills. Residents of Plattsmouth. who '
so testified years ago, now say their j
cures were permanent. This testimony
doubly proves the worth of Doan's Kid
ney Pills to Plattsmouth kidney suffer
ers. John Janda. Street Commissioner,
North Twelfth street, Plattsmouth,
Neb., says: "I have previously en
dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills through the
local papers and at this time, I do not
hesitate to confirm all that 1 have pre
viously said about them. We procured
this remedy at tiering & (Vs. drug
store and it brought relief from an
acute attack of lumbago and various
annoying symptoms of kidney trouble
after oilier remedies had failed."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Huffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name--Doan's ami
take no other. 88-4
SPENT MUCH FOR Ef.'E ROIDERV
Napoleon I. Had Cc3t!y Coranatior
Robe ar.d Throne.
An eld l'ailshin firm which deal In
embroideries mid nipi lied artistic
needlework to the ceint of bonis XVI
Is still In possession of the account!;
of former ccnturioH. and an inspection
of these books levi tils some Interest
ing faels. Napi leen I. was economical
as compared with the Kmpiess Jose
phine, but his hills were eon: iderable.
The embroidery on his coronation
robe cost 10, ."HO francs, mid an em
broidered coat cost ::,r.UU. This coat
became too small for him afier he had
worn It a year, and he ordered piecen
jf cloth to be inserted at the seaniB
and covered wlih embroidery.
The bill for the first Napoleon's
throne amounted to .lll.'tTO francs.
The outer drapery of purple velvet
trimmed with Kohl lace cost 10,200
francs. The red velvet panels were
itrewn with embroidered golden bees
at live francs ai.lere. The Inner
drapery of blue satin, with gold lace
was iU'.OO francs, and t lie gob! em
broidered HtrlnoH for the Inner trim-
niliiR cost S.fiOO francs. The em
broidery on tho blue velvet cushion
cost 3,020 francs, and the foot cushion
1,200. In addition there were l.or.O
beeg einbrohh-red on the panels of tha
caoiopy at a cost of 5,250 francs.
a A A A A
Watches ad 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, VVaitham, 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.
Rexal 93 Hair Tonic
Grows hair on 03 heads out
of every hundred. 50G and
93 Rexall Shampoo Paste is
the ideal shampoo for the hair
and scalp. Sold by 1
WOULD FUSE WITH THE ORIENT.
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
and 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 Barn
Sovonlh & Main Sin. l'lutlsmouth. Nob.
A Luj-Jt.-i v yttstiOrt. I
Supi'rin'eru'.c A Mi l.avt-n of San
"r?ne!s 'o's r.v'rm of .;i pa: k" was.
.1 sp etl"S 'ho work i f resk .rii.s l':ilor
u.uare tr i's fcrn.f . r hea dy, now tha!
the Huh' St. Francis l:a'i l.eon re'
"I'm for heavln' this un out; It's a
bam little biisli." reiri'ikid a Hiudev
er wi'h a l)iuf:r:'.
"Which or.f?" Inquired McLaren
"You don't r.ean this beautiful little
Scotch heather? All it needs Is inert
water and It will grow as tail as you
"You're not so tall yourself, Mr. M
"Not extraordinarily so."
"I say. Mr. McLaren," reflected th
pnrdener, thoughtfully, "did yon ever
try v.a'er yourself?" San Fraticlscrt
Slaughter of Vermont Deer.
While the open season for deer In
Vermont, which closed recently, is
only one week, it is estimated by cor
respondents of Hoston papers that
two thousand animals fell victims to
hunters' suns. The fiverase total of
doer killed In past years, Kince the
open week was established, Is 700.
Fnder the Vermont law hunters are
allowed to whoot only one deer each.
kVritcr Declares That Out of Action
Would Come a Better Race.
In many rcsj et ts ihe orientals are
our auMthesis, and If our ideals, prin
ciples, and im-iituti.-.im are more
n iieiieient. we are under obligation
10 present theiu. There should be no
eellhlon between the Mongol and the
Anlo-Saxou races, hut Instead there
should be a fusion. Out of this fusion
there should emerge a belter race.
We can learn much from the various
people of the orient which would be
beneficial to ourselves, and while we
receive from them we am able to
contribute the one great principle of
ihe Anglo-Saxon lace, namely, liberty.
Every race that has come Into power
and prominence has rtood for some
great, overmastering idea. That for
which we stand and which Is the swat
totichsioiip of our great national life Ii
liberty. It Is for our nation, as tho
g'-eat western wing of the Anglo Saxon
race, to join in the extension of this
principle, and also to hear the mes
sage of peace. Mason S. Stone, Com
missioner of Education of Vermont, lu
C. . MiRSHHL, D. D. S.
Prices Reasonable ,
All Work Guaranteed
Twenty-six Years' Experience
Oflice in f itzgeraia uiuck
F. G. Fricke Co.
The llexall Agent.
TO SEND BACK SHIP'S SOUNDS.
V A N T E 1 ) - M a n a ger for Itram h ollice
we wish to locate nere in naus
mouth. Address, The Morris Whole
sale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. S:5-S
v T V V i-
Spring Is Here Al Last
We are prepared with a nice line of the la
test styles in ladies hats. One will have to
see our our display of Easter millinery to
realize their beauty and the astonishing
low prices at which they go. Our lines of
Dry Goods of all kinds is full of money sav
ing bargains as well as all other goods.
(Jive us a call and be convinced. No
trouble to show goods. Just received a
line of Men's Pants.
W. WA IN TR O LIB
Experiments with New Safety Dsvico
for Foggy Weather.
The Tubed States poverniuiiit Is ex
irimeiiting in San Francisco bay
with a safety device for foggy weather
which Is remarkable In ihe tuibiuotiers
of its Idea. It Is nothing less 'bun a
fog buoy which will make no n dso of
Us own, but whbh will be oxpeet-d to
catch the sound waves of a ';:-.d'u
uhl-l!e and echo ihi in back acioss tho
The buoy, or structure. Is construct
ed of ec.ri iicated Iron shee'ing. placed
n piles, and built In three wings
pluci d at itil'f'Te'it angles. Kaeli wiie;
Is Ii- feel sipiare.
The Idea was given birth accidental
ly. There has always been much
trouble In the u,iper part of San Eian
clscn hay because the shore lights
cannot be seen when I lie weather Is
bad. Pilots and skippers began to no
tice, however, how i leal ly tin? orru
gated steel w.t. chouses a. oeild Inicla
returned the sound of their whistles,
ni.d for some time base been guiditn;
their way along by the echoes. Tim
government is confident that the new
bin ys will net in the same manlier.
WANTED - Ag-ents to handle ood
close in addition property to Musko
gee, () ;. For particulars address
Schauta & Crabtree, Muskogee, Ok.
CK.AR SAI.KMAN WANTED - In '
your locality to represent us. Ex-1
perietice unnecessary; ?110 per month i
The First National Bank
: i:ixr youii fit'sx'Ss, be it
We Understand Your Wants and
Can Fill Them.
ind cNpenses. Write for particulars. ' VVWVVW
Monarch Ciar Oomj. any, St. Louis,
r.ncliiicj the Trou'cte.
.::l1:I j ou we. i ii'race.l ?"
. I was-- for a w 1 . ; )'.""
; !i' i b i uw j in TV"
no. I tor.Tid out Mi'- had an
'!" II off.'
.?:iii I'EU WEEK and expenses to men
with rig; to introduce poultry and
stock remedies. Experience mini ces
sary. Reliable company and exclu
sive territory g;ivon. The (Irani Co.,
Dept. !:;, Spring-field, III. TS-12
WANTED - Young-men and women to
(ill positions paying .:(.! i to $HHU per
annum. I'i(j demand for stenograph
ers in the (lovcrnmcnt service, as
well as in irivate business life, (tur
new method of teaching" shorthand
by mail insures as thorough ar.d
practical a training; at your own home
as is obtainable by personal attend
ance at any business colleice in the
country. We guarantee success
Complete com .o for .mall cah pay
ment; balance to I e pai l when you
secure a posit ion. Trial hum free.
Cent i ul llusine,- Institute, Central
liuil liniT, Wn-hinrC:i, D. C.
Furniture That Pleases
Old Winter with his reign of
soon begone. Those dully blast-
past. Spring with its new demands w
and vou will need, some new furniture.
ice and tnow will
.. .:i I l. . .. ,,t' , u, .
S Will UL .1 llllllj; VJl lllir
soon be here.
Our line is re
plete with up-to-date, designs and patterns, which art
sure to please, and at prices, which are sure to appeal
to the prudent buyer, ine our display, we are glad to
show the goods and quote you prices.
STREICHT & STREIGHT
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