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Hotter Than Ever
V'E HAVE just received a shipment of
' 1-2 pint jelly glasses and invite your
inspection. Not the ordinary round bottom
affair that is good for nothing else, but may
be used as tumblers. The price per nr
dozen is ZDC
J. W. LARKIN & CO.
T Pi A i r J YOU
The present day demands that every one engaged in any o( the pursuits per
taining to the earning of a livelihood should have Trained Brains. Men and women
with Trained Brains forge ahead. Untrained Brains stop stand still and when
past 45 realize their unfitness and say: "If I had only Trained ffralns."
SSTWHAT WILL YOU DO? -W
You can not afford to wait when right at your door is a Business University
for Training Brains, with the guarantee of Nebraska City behind it. We Train
Brains If we could not, Nebraska City would not back us up.
We qualify you as a
SHOW CARD WRITER
IN COMMERCIAL LAW
It Spells "SUCCESS"
OUR ADVISORY 100 APPOINTCO BY auilNClt MCN Of THE CITY
MR. JOHN W. STEINHART MR. W. S. CORNUTT MR. H. H. HANKS
MR. PAUL 4XSSEN MR. W. H. PITZER
Fall term opens September 7th. Write for information of our free tuition
offer; also our beautiful book that tells you HOW WE TRAIN BRAINS.
Nebraska Business University
Nebraska City, Neb.
CHAS. C. BRANT, PRCSIOCNT
CLIFFORD LEIGH, OtCRITARY
To The Public
The prices of lumber and building material
of all kinds is lower at the present time than it
will be in the future. Large buyers such as
the railroads and similar corporations, have be
gun to buy in large quantities, the result is the
lumber market has passed the low place and
prices are bound to advance. If you are ex
pecting to build it will pay you to BUY NOW.
Get prices from
F. M; RICHLY,
The First National Banlc
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
SAFE, SOUND AND CONSERVATIVE
George E. Dovey, President.
Frank E. Schlater, Vice Tres.
Horatio N. Dovey, Cashier.
Carl G. Fricke, Ass't. Cashier.
A dirt grade can be built with plow
and mad drag, but it tukes time. This
plan works well here in Iowa: Take a
plow and turn a shallow furrow on each
side of the wheel track. When you drag
the road this dirt is moved to the cen
ter of the road. The next time plow a
furrow on each side of the first furrows
made, thus gradually widening the road.
Don't try to move too much dirt nt
once. A drag docs not do good work
where there is a great deal of loose
Plow each time you drag until youhave
the road the width you want, then use
the drag after every rain. Each time
you drag go over the road several times
and you will move lots of lirt t the
center of the road. Persistant dragging
will result in a good solid grade that
will shed water and stand heavy haul
ing. I have in mind several that were
almost impassable in wet weather
which have been transformed by the
drag into solid smooth roads. Ward L.
L. Martin, in Farmers' Mail and Rreeze.
Plattsmouth People Should learn
to Detect the Approach of
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
full of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aches constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and the vic
tim is often weighed down by a feeling
ofl anguor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of dropsy
Bright's Disease, or diabetes, Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough
to begin treating the kidneys at or.ee.
Delay often proves fatal.
You can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Tills. Here's Platts
Mrs. Claude Rutler, C13 S. Tenth st.
Plattsmouth, Neb., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured from Gering &
Co.'s drug store, have been used in my
family and I can heartily endorse them
as a splendid remedy for kidney dis
orders, especially in children's cases. I
publicly recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills in 190C and as I still think highly
of them, I have no hesitation in con
firming that statement."
For sale by all - dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the' United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 21-4
Discharged Irom Custody.
Dean Kamm, who had his prelimi
nary hearing before County Judge Bee
son Tuesday was discharged from cus
tody. A large number of witnesses
were present to testify and the evi
dence was almost wholly circumstan
tial and not strong enough to hold the
prisoner. One witness swore he had
seen Kamm handling the pocket book
which had held the money but that be
ing the nearest to direct testimony
Judge Beeson did not feel warranted
in holding the young man for trial.
Attorney T. J. Doyle ot Lincoln, who
had charge of the defendants interests
was well pleased at the outcome of the
matter, while County Atty. Wm. A.
Ram3ey stated that the Kamms and
others told different stories while he
was investigating the matter at Alvo
thus making it difficult to find just
cause for conviction.
Old Papers For Sale at This Office
The capacity of the Schuyler train
which runs daily between Schuyler and
Omaha was tested to the utmost Tues
day the day of the big circus in the
metropolis. Those boarding the train
at Cedar Creek- were; Mr. and Mr3.
Jacob Schneider, Verla and Loyd Sch
neider, Harry Media, Ashley Ault,
James Hessenflow, George Horn, Geo.
Sayles, Walter Hessenflow and Earl
Kline. The crowd was further in
creased at Cullom by the following
passengers, W. H. Seybert, Mrs. Andy
Seybert, Chas. Reichart. and Miss Olga
Keil. Most of them said "not guilty '
when the circus was mentioned.
Chas. Beeson who is here on a visit
with relatives was a passenger for
Omaha Wednesday. Chas. has a good
! position with the M. W. A. in its head
office at Rock Island.
Mrs. R. E. Sheeham and little son of
Galesburg, 111., arrived in the city
Monday for a visit with her parent,
Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Smith.
The county commissioners have given
the Christian church authority to hold
revival meetings on the vacant lot
north of the court hcuse. -
Frank Rand of Omaha left for I.oui:
villu this morning after an over night
visit in the city with his brother Horace
James Newell visited in the city over
Sunday with relatives returning to
County Treas. Frank Schlater was
an Omaha visitor Monday.
Mynard is having an Air dome Vuud
ervill show this week.
R. L. Props t expects to run two
threshing outfits this year.
The farmers arc bu?y now corn plow
ing, harvesting and threshing wheat.
F. M. Richey and family spent Sun
day at Mynard with Will Richardson.
Miss Edna Fropst departed Wednes
day for Mitchell. S. 1). to visit her
sister Mrs. Test.
Rev. Cornish made a flying trip to
the depot Tuesday but did not go to
Omaha until Wednesday.
Mrs. J. A. Kisser took the train for
Nebraska City Tuesday morning return
ing on the evening train.
Miss Eva and Boyd Porter accomp
anied by their cousin Arthur Vilas of
Auburn, N. Y. spent Sunday at Omaha.
We are glad to have with us once
more the pleasant presence of Rev.
Brin'c and wife who recently returned
from an extended trip through Europe,
D. of H. at Cedar Creek.
The ladies of the Cedar Creek I), of
II. lodge and many of their friends
were entertained with genuine country
hospitality by Mrs. Will Seybert at her
farm home rear Cullom today. The
guests began to arrive early, some
driving, while those from Cedar. Creek
and Plattsmouth went by rail, and the
merry making was in full swing when
the hostess uncovered a neat surprise
consisting of a large amount of goosc
barries which were doled out to the
company for stemming. All worked
with a will and were progressing with
grtat fun in the gooseberry game when
the hostess informed them they were
entitled to tome lunch on account of
their itulustriousness and were invited
to the dining room where the large ta
ble was loaded down with the choicest
foods and delicacies of the season. Af
ter luncheon there was music and social
conversation and another delightful oc
casion for the good of the order came
to a close by the departure of the
guests for their homes.
Those present were:
Mesdames Sarah Schneider, Frances
Sayles, Mary Duff, Mary Schneider,
Ella Wolfe, Anna Inhelder, Emma
Sears, Laura Wallinger, Maggie Horn,
Misses I.elia Duff, Eva and Ruth Sayles,
Verla and Helen Schneider, Merna
Wolff, Elsie Inhelder, Grace DulT, Inez
Horn, Messrs Geo. and Ray Horn, Hal
ley Wallinger, of Cedar Creek, Mrs.
Bertha Ahl, Mrs. Lena Seybert, Misses
Tillie, Dugan, Iva and Margaret Sey
bert of Louisville, John McNurlin, Mrs.
Liesetta Sayles and Blanche and Adelia
Sayles of Plattsmouth.
The W. C. T. U. society will meet
at the home of Mrs. L. A. Moore on
Friday afternoon for a social and will
give ari entertainment, subject, "Char
ity and Mercy." Mrs. Knee, who is
the chairman of that department will
conduct the program which will be es
pecially entertaining. The Rev. Moore
will make the opening speech, Mrs. L.
A. Moore will read a paper on Red
Cross, the little ladies, Livingston, Lar
kins and Streight will sing and recite
and several others will contribute to
the afternoons entertainment. All are
invited. Mrs. J. E. Vandeiicook,
The young ladies employed by the
Olson Photograph Co. enjoyed a picnic
down near the Burlington bridge Sat
urday : evening. Messrs. Gus Olson,
Demmy Hiatt and James Rebal helped
the young ladies in fishing and boating
which with the excellent lunch pre
pared made the occasion a delightful
A. F. Hendengren, master carpenter
of the Burlington, was in the city Tues
day watching the work of the Missouri
river and its effect on the extensive
rip-rapping on the farther side of the
river, t The river has begun to fall and
the company is preparing for the re
pair of any damage caused by the stream
cutting the Iowa bank.
Mm. Harry Delong departed Monday
for Lo3 Angeles, Calif., where she will
visit her mother several months. Mr.
Delong" went with her as far as Denver
where he will visit a short time before
M Tlir,,.,a l.,li; .,.,.1 Kill.,
....... .itvnini) ttaiMHK mum uiliv nun i
were Omaha visitors Wednesday going I
there to con.iult Dr. GilTord in regard
to the little mans eyes which have i
caused him much trouble lately. '
R. E. Cunningham of the Glenwood !
Opinion, was a visitor here Saturday. !
He is a member of the Glenwood base '
ball team and felt good over the result i
of tlu ball game.
Geo. Porter, local agent for the Oma
ha Rce returned to his home nt Lincoln
Wednesday after transacting business
in the city for his company.
Acorn cigars 5 cents each. Smoke an
"Acorn" and be happy.
Diamonds. Investigate prices at
No relief you ."ay? Oh yes thore is. Jut drop in and try one of
our delicious Soda Confection. Allow us to
suggest one of the following.
1 Celery Phosphate
v Claret Phosphate
( Fruit Phovphate
Chocolate Frappe I j Violtt Frappe
1 w J
( Caramel Frappe
Sundaes, any Flavor, 5c and 1 0c.
Ice Cream Soda with Crushed Fruit, 5e and 10c.
Remember, a 5c purchase is one vote in the diamond ring contest.
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Guaranteed to give satis- t
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By This Sip
Ye Shall Know Them
All progressive threshermen
know what this sign stands
for. It stands for the best
there is in threshing machin
ery. CASE threshing machin
ery has stood the test of years,
it is the result of the best scien
tific skill obtainable. No im
provement is added to a CASE
machine but what has been
thoroughly tried at the factory.
We do not experiment at the
expense of our customers,
hencethe testing at the factory.
The CASE steel separators are
weather - proof, water - proof
fire-proof. They are money
makers. A 54-inch Steel Sep
erator and 15 h. p. engine
would cost about $2,000. See
me about catalogues.
If. E. EV3AEJSPEAECER