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3 Catholics Make
War on Saloons.
lirokcn, fprunfr or twistt.fl.
Wheels e 1ut new s'" ''e3 or rtw iic:ori' r'm3-
SeatS !'uml)'e Bcat' 8'1,g!e or (iouu'e- Auxiliary folding
Windshields J? a new one- Rcpair your 0lJ
Steel rims, demountable or quick detachable, fitted
Warfare, vigorous M.d unrelenting, Las 1
tu tu declared by Romtn Catholic tetn- j
I trance m!v.ic:.ics i-jjnirnt the liquor
tr.uTi". A cm!! to every member of the
Catholic eharc'i in Illii'.'d.s to join in thti
fun I for a "dry state," denunciation of '
. Catholic sccictit. w hich tolerate the;
sale of intoxicants at piiT.cj and at
1 Saturday iii'ht dances held by them,
News-Herald Has a New Cor
respondent who is a
. Miss Edna Propst wa9 shopping in
; Omaha Tuesday.
! Gillispit and Snyder shipped a car-i-li-ad
of hogs to South Omaha Monday.
and nn appeal for a rigid enforcement! Frank Marler.our genial blacksmith,
'of the Sunday vfomz law-these 'were 'is kept busy now-adays building hay-
contained in resolutions adopted Sun
day by the Catholic Total Abstinence
IT !- 1 . : .. . , f ... fnpninU
111 3 o you a new spring.
Lamps We furni8h new lan,isi- We make ,amp brackets-
We make our own tops in Omaha. Best tops made
TT -r.r1 a We make the best fitting hoods for tops any
We make these to fit over the leather
back and cushions.
Or Row Sockets,
pairs for tops.
V.'e're headquarters for any re-
Cushions r 'cater upsternK ' anv
Rubber matting for step boards,
carpet for body.
Mats of rubber or
"PflintinO Careful an' painstaking work, and honest
JT CilllLlilg with you and we know how to paint.
For all kinds automobile repairing.
I8th and Harney
Union of Illinois.
The resolutions, reud by Rev. D. J.
Crimmons, pastor of St. David's church
were prepared by him and by Profes
sor W. II. Cahilf and Patriet D. Flana
Text of resolutions. ;
After calling upon members of the
Catholic church to open the fight againtt
the "vice of intemperance" the reso
lutions presented by Rev. Father Crim
Be it resolved, That we again de
nounce with all the force and power at
our command the shameful and de
grading practices of those Catholic so
cieties which permit under their au
spices Saturday r.ighc dances and Sun
day picnics at which intoxicating liquors
are sold, and. as Catholics who have
the honor of our holy church nt heart,
we call upon these societies, as well as
upon our church authorities to prevent
in future euch disgraceful practices, so
prolific of scandal and fraught with so
much danger t ) the youth and man
hood of our church and nation; and
I Whereas, The church, through the
A. Howard or lioldruuge is
visiting with her sister, Mrs. Win
Mrs. P. P. Meisinger has returned
from the hospital at Omaha much im
proved in health.
Rev. Cornish will preach at Mynard
Sunday, having for his text "Free
dom". All are cordially invited.
The boys of the Sunday School, ac.
companied by the pastor, marched to
the grove of Peter Perry Tuesday, for
The farmers are wanting a few
days of sunshine to enable them to
plow their corn, as the weeds have
been getting busy during these rainy
Robt. Propst, wife and daughter
Mayola. and Miss Carrie Newcomer
were shopping at Omaha Tuesday,
spending the evening at Ralston, where
Mr. Thayer Propst is in the general
J. J. Lohnes is going to erect a large
barn preparatory to feeding sheep.
Mr. Lohnes has been feeding sheep
now for two or three years as an ex
periment, and, having become satisfied
is good money in it is pre-
Back From Texas.
Dr. Elater, Henry Schneider,
Kemp, J. McDaniel, Will Ramsey and , family from near Weeping Water to
John Tarns have returned from their j this city and now occupies the Peter
trip to Texas where they had gone in ! Turn property near Chicago ave., on
the interests of Plattsmouth people, in-1 Vmc 8treeti Mr. Grillin has been em
tercsted in the' Bermuda Colony land j nioved as nmnajrer on UilllDunn'a stock
last plenary council of Baltimore, , held ;
utrtt-i t ti trt nr.urj turn 1 iin tVtnf rm
,: - I .... 'lhat there
...Uur warn, wu, u,, , a uu ,.- . jt fj
liiiffiminiT fiiionipss Hiid rnllerl noon ,
tho ontTfla.x. in it. to rPt nut of it Mnd The L;t(lit;3' Aid f th! Mi'Iiard
-"" ' - "rs n- ri
seek a more honorable means of liveli
Whereas, The Supreme Court of the
United States has decided that "there
is r.o inherent right in a citizen to sell
intoxicating liquors by retail; it is r.ot
Kerold Book & Stationery Store
Fire Crackers all sizes and kinds, Torpedoes,- Cap
Pistols, Cannons, Sky-Rockets, Roman Candles, Tor
pedo Canes, Colored Fires, Sparklers, Colored Mines,
Spin Wheels, Air Ships, Baloons, etc. All fresh goods,
"no sizzers." We have bought the best goods in the
market, and in buying Fireworks of us, you can be
positive that the goods wo sell are the best to be had.
There is a difference in fireworks as well as anything
else. Come and see our assortment and get our prices.
For those who wish to spend a "quiet Fourth" we Save
just received a sample line of HAMMOCKS from a
leading wholesale dealer at a discount which enables
us to sell for less than the usual price. Also Croquet
Sets from 75 cents upward that are good values.
project at Gardendale, Texas.
The committee appointed, held a
drawing to decide w ho were to be own
ers of the different tracts and the allot-
rncnts have been made.
Members of the party state that
market gardening will probably be the
important inuustry as the climate is
especially well suited for that business,
and San Antonio is but lti milesdistant.
However a considerable expense and a
large amount of work will be necessary
to prepare the land, as it Is at present
covered with mesquite and cactus, and
will also require irrigating.
Ashley Ault of Cedar Creek, was an
overnight visitor here Monday night.
He was on his return from a business
trip in the west.
E. Church scored a victory both social
ly ar.d financially w ith their ice cream
and strawberry social. The Methodist
choir of Plattsmouth added much to
the entertainment. A very nice mu
sical program had been arranged for
farm near that place. He closed a deal
Friday whereby he became owner of u
good team, wagon, and harness and
will work tit teaming until spring when
he hopes to rent and locate on some
farm in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. GritTin are former resi
dents ot Plattsmouth aniJ their many
friends will be pleased to learn they
have again taken up their home in the
Jos. Wiles was in the city Monday to
attend to business matters. He states
the Rev. McNulty of New York state,
who preached at Liberty church last
Sunday will be a guest at his home this
week and will conduct hii next revival
service at Julian instead of Union as
announced in our last issue.
When the therometer
climbs up to the vicinity
of 100 in the shade there
is no one item that will
give more comfort to the
busy housewife than a
gasoline stove. Besides
eliminating the heat and
smoke problem, they are
cheap to install and cheap
to operate. We have
them, guaranteed in every
respect, at from $2.50 to
R. E. Bates Marricd.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, la., June 23. -R. A. Bates,
aged thirty-eight, and Martha H. Rupley, aged thirty
three, both of Plattsmouth, and T. B. Bates, aged forty
one, of Plattsmouth, and Kittie May Smith, aged
twenty-seven, of Omaha, were married here today. -Lincoln
One Door West of Fanger's.
a privilege of a citizen of the state or
of a citizen of the United States.
Therefore, as the saloon has no moral
nor legal right to exist, we call uponall
good Catholics to work and vote for its
extinction wherever it is possible to ao j
so, depending upon the fact that if the
elimination of the saloon increased the :
consumption of intoxicating liquor the j
manufacturers of liquor would welcome j
its elimination; but the way brewers j
and distillers fight for the retention of j
the saloons indicates plainly that its
presence means more business for them
and consequently more drunkenness
and evils that flow from drunkenness.
Resolved, That we condemn the sa
loon trade for its open and shameless !
iolation of Sunday laws prohibiting the
sale of liquor on the Lord's day. We re
gard the open Sunday, as now observed,
as seriously manacing the continuance
of our free institutions. We further
hold the open saloon on Sunday to be
responsible for the weakening of the
religious spirit among our citizens,
which fact alone, if none other can be
advanced against it, should be sufficient
to condemn it.
Resolved, That in order to early In
still into the minds of our children the
benefits that accrue to those who vol
untarily assume the pledge of total ab
stinence, we recommend to those in
charge of our parochial schools that in
struction of a practical character on
the evils attendant unon the use of
strong drink form part of their school
We again, as last year, recommend
the formation of Catholic total absti
nence cadets in every parish.
Backed by Archbishop uigley, the
movement has enlisted the sympathy of
many Catholic pastors, and plans are
on foot to establish in each parish, from
Chicago to Cario concrete organizations
to battle against the liquor industry.
Preceding the big demonstration and
by way of a "silent answer" to the
declaration of Mayor Rose of Milwau
kee, Catholics of Chicago will hold a
monster parade through the downtown
streets in which it is expected 10,000 to
tal abstinence supporters will partici
pate. Officers elected, other than , Rev.
Father O'Callaghan, were P. B. Flana
gan, vice president; Miss Anna Staple
ton, secretary; Miss Mayme Durkin,
financial secretary, Miss Francis Mor
tel, treasurer, and Rev. J. W. McXa
mee, spiritual adviser.
From Plattsmouth Backs-Relief
Proved by Lapse of
Our paint line is most complete.
Prices right. Gering & Co.
Backache is a heavy burden;
Nervousness wears one out;
Rheumatic pain; urinary ills;
All are kidney burdens
Daily effects of kidney weakness.
No use to cure the symptoms,
Relief is but temporary if the cause
Cure the kidneys and you cure the
Relief comes quickly comes to stay.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure kidney ills;
Prove it by your neighbor's case.
Here's Plattsmouth testimony.
The story of a permanent cure. .
C. Tyler, Rock Street, Plattsmouth,
"About two years ago when suffer
ing from a lameness across my loins
and acute pains through my back when
I moved, I procured Doan's Kidney
Pills from Gering & Co. s drug store
They benefited me so greatly that I
publicly recommended them and advis
ed other persons afflicted in a similar
way to give them a trial. I have been
so free from kidney trouble since that
I do not hesitate to renew my former
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan'a-and
take no other. 19-4
Married in California.
Miss Edith Buzzell is in receipt of a
letter from Mrs. F. A. Brown of Los
Angeles, Calif., conveying the news of
her daughter Clara'a marriage to Mr.
The bride is the accomplished and
handsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Free Brown, formerly of this city but
now living in Los Angeles, Calif., while
the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Wescott of this city.
The above announcement will be
read with interest by a large number
of acquaintances of these ""popular
young people in this community. The
News-Herald joins in extending best
wishes and hopes the young couple
will decide to make their home in this
A new line of fireworks nt Gering's.
first Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday Services, 11 a. m. Subject:
Su.-.day School, 10 a. m. 1
Testimonial Meeting, Wednesday 8 ;
Coates Block, Room No. 227. j
Reading Room same address. Open
daily except Sunday and Monday, from
I to 3 p. m., where authorized literature
on Christian Science may be read or ,
The public is cordially welcomed. ;
Second Church oi Christ, Scientist.
Sunday school, 9:1") a. m.
Divine service at 11 a. m. Subject
Mid-week meeting Wednesday even
ng at 8 o'clock.
Church is located on Sixth street,
i two blocks south of Main street. The
public is cordially invited to all services.
The reading room in the Coates block
is open ever Tuesday, Thursday ar.d
Saturday afternoon from 2 until
Advertised Letter List.
Remaining uncalled for in the post
office at Plattsmouth, Neb., June 28,
Ladies, Moore,Mis3 Arquilla. Gentle
men, Wright, P. W.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter office July 12, 1909, if not
delivered before. In calling for the
above please say "advertised" giving
date of list. C. H. Smith, P. M.
How Thieves Live
by Charles Somerville,
only one of the
biyr features that make the
July Everybody's very much
There arc five other live
articles, and SIX STORIES
that you can't arlbrd to miso,
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' Samuel Atwood of Lincoln was in the
city Tuesday to attend a birthday party
for his mother, Mrs. Sarah Atwood,
who was eighty-three years old that
day. All her children and numerous
friends were present to help the kind
old lady celebrate and all partook of a
finedinr.tr prepared in honor of tie
event. The News-Herald joins her
friends in wishing her many happy re
turns of the anniversary.
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