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The Plattsmouth Journal
ADST2ACTE8 OF LAND TITLES.
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Mill enniliilii tttlut lu rt'itl fitHl a kpti-tui-
IT- murk pruuony duiii hiiu rlinrvc
Eotertnl t the ixwtuBW at Pl.ittsmoutli, Xe-
brankit. aa n'oiid-l.i.! uiaiu-r.
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Hullillnif. Mar Ouurt Huum
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Here you can pel anything
kept at a first-class grocery
store, and at prices to suit the
timeB., Finest line of
on the- market. Don't fail to
call on them for anything in
f the grocery lino. Everything
t fresh from the markets.
Don't allow money to He around. It
is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it.
b$ keeping: it In a safe place such as
AW 1 1 111 1 1
The Banlj of Cass County
You can Rive a check for any part of
it at any time and so have a receipt
' for payment without asking for one.
When you have a bank account you
will be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
R. A. HATES; l'l ulisiikii.
ITBL1SIIED WEEKLY AT
Challenge! Comparison In Quality
. . Manufacturer.
moving of Household Goods a
Spocialtv. Also, Heavy
Bee Hive Restaurant,
l Mm tin; Ki pulilU un.
Frank Karnes is now manager of the
Dickson Lumber Co.'s yards.
What has became of Bert Painter of
Nehawka, and his perpetual motion
Mrs. Emeus, who has been here vis
iting her daughter-in-law for several
weeks, left for her home la Illinois,
Miss May me Latta came up from
Kansas City. Saturday and will re
main at home for a short time with
her mother, whose health is not very
Large quantities of corn are coming
to this market, and have been for
some time. E. F. Marshall informs
us that he frequently takes in as much
as sixty to seventy loads in a day.
At a meeting of the stockholders of
the City National Tank on the 12th
Inst. Jacob Domingo was elected prcs
ident; John Domingo, vice-president;
. Donclan, cashier; C. W. liish,
assistant cashier. The usual divi
dend was declared and the surplus
fund added to, making it $7,200.
S. A. Morrison of Omaha, changed
cars here Friday morning enroute
boine from Eagle where he had been
called by the lllincss of Editor Ostran
and got the Beacon out for him last
week. Sandy says he' is now in the
employ of the street railway company
of Omaha as moterman and likes the
work very much.
Mrs. Emily Shirley, beloved wife of
Alfred Shirley, was born in Jackson
county, Iowa, August 18, 1832, died
near Burlington, Kan., January 12,
1904. Miss Emily Dowlcr and Mr.
Shirley were married December 5,
1807, and came to Cass county, Ne
braska, In June, 18(18, where they re
sided upon the Weeping Water, west
of town, until the family removed to
ColTec couty, Kansas, three years ago.
from tho Herald.
Mrs. C. A. Webster was on the sick
list the ilrst of the week.
Mrs. M. kressen lias been on the
sick list the past week with the grip.
J. T. Harrison made a trip to Wa
terloo, Monday, on business for the
Saturday, February Gth, is the date
or the next big combination sale at
Dunn's pavilion, Weeping Water.
Miss Dome Winchell has some pets
gathered from the lawn on Jan. Uth
young grasshoppers, and they are
Charley Ilitchman is located behind
the bars in the First National bank,
and says he enjoys the work, and be
sides wo think he helps the looks of
John Domingo returned home last
Saturday evening from Denmark, ac
companied by Miss Ellen Jorgenscn
The latter is a niece of Mrs. Peter
Miller. Mr. Domingo was looking
well, but says they had a rough voyage
Jim Carey left last Wednesday on a
trip to Coffee county, Kansas. Jim
nas liio acres or lanci mere, and says
he may probably buy another 100 ad
joining. Jitnis another one of Cass
county's good farmers that lias, con
eluded a change would be better, and
the family will move in the spring
Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of Julian
attended the funeral of Frank Dick
son, Saturday. Years ago, while sur
vcying, a ranic was a mcmoer or a
party that boarded at Mr. Cook's for
several months, and the old friend
ship was strong enough to Induce
these people to come to sec him for
the last time.
We regret to note that Masters Sam
Baker and Ben Olive, while engaged
In an air gun shooting tournament
last week missed the mark, and Hen
put a shot close to Sam's eye, which
might have resulted much more scrl
ously. It was an accident, but the
gun is out of reach for the present
and we realize they are a dangerous
toy for small boys.
Is displayed by many a man endur
ing pains of accidental cuts, wounds,
bruises, burns, scalds, sore feet or
stiff joints. But there's no need for
It. Buckland's Arnica Salve will kill
the pain and cure tho trouble. It':
the best salve on oarth for piles, too,
2.x: at J" . w, l- riCKo x u. druggists.
had time to call on a number of his
Union friends, ami the Ledger editor
J. E. Grimes of St. Louis, arrived
here Wednesday to make a visit w ith
his parents and other relatives and
friends. EJ made this visit without
the formality of sending his card in
a.lvainv, giving Ids parenis a pleasant
John Everett returned recently
from several days visit in Arkansas,
and enjoyed it like a little boy with a
new tin whistle, lie saw some good
country and good people, but he lost
none of his good opinion of Cass
county and Nebraska.
W. B. Banning has put a fine new
10-horse "Otto" engine in his eleva
tor to replace the smaller one and
furnish more power which is often
needed. A new separator of the Bar
nard & Lease make Is another new aud
valuable addition to his elevator
Just One Minute.
One Minute Cough Cure gives re
lief In one minute, because it kills the
mlcobe which tickles the mucus mem
brane, causing the cough, and at the
same time clears the phlegm, draws
out the inllamation and heals and
soothes tho affected parts. One Min
ute Cough Cure strengthens the lungs,
wards oil pneumonia and is a harmless
and never failing cure in all curable
cases of coughs, colds and croup. One
Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to
take, harmless and good alike for
young and old. Sold by F. G. Fricke
Meals at all hours. Special at
tention to tho farmer patrons. 1 ho
tables nro supplied with tho best
.tho markets ntTord.
JOHN COREY, Proprietor.
To Cure A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund tho money
If It falls to cure. E. W. drove's slg
nature on each box. 2.V
Business men a-.d house owners who
want gllt-cdgo iiMtinince at liri ng rates
can serve their lu st Interests by calling
on rnc before placing their risks,
lm J. N. Wish.
For Sale Acre tracts near town on
K. li. Windham,
' riattsmouth, Neb.
From tlie Lender-Echo.
Ch. Fescnbeck and wife have moved
Into their residence property In Elm-wood.
John Elliott returned Wednesday
morning from a visit with the Stlnson,
Stoehr and Hayes families at El Reno,
E. T. Comer and C. S. Ilart went to
'remont Tuesday evening to attend
the state meeting of the volunteer
Uncle Dave McCalg went to Lincoln
Wednesday to besiege the fort and
capture the district G. A. E. reunion
for Elmwood this year.
Mrs. Cunningham and Ed Mapes re
eelved word Friday that their mother,
living in Missouri, was dead. She was
78 years of age and leaves ten children
and forty-two grandchildren.
Wm. Campbell, who came from Mis
souri to this neighborhood four or Ave
cars ago, loaded his goods into a car
Monday night and "returned to his
first love." We are sorry to lose
'Billy." He was a good citizen.
Ben Hoffman lias purchased the II
II. Carroll property, south of J. A
Wright's residence. Consideration
$1,100. Mr. Carrol is to remove the
buildings and Mr. Hoffman will build
nice residence thereon in a few
months and become a citizen of Elm
Milt Moore has sold his three
eighties near Murdock to a Mr. Gram
Hch, of Springfield, Nebraska. Con
sldcratlon 24,000, or $100 per acre.
Possession is to be given March 1st,
1005. Mr. Moore contemplates mov
ing to Elmwood when lie leaves the
I'ron the I.ciluur,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lalluo hav
cause to rejoice on account of the ar
rival of a new son at their home Wed
G. W. Shrader, one of the well
known farmers of Kock niuns pre
cinct, was In town Tuesday on his way
home fom Lincoln, where he attended
the Bryan banquet.
Clarence.Murray arrived homcTues
dav from a 1 1 . . ' Oregon, ami had a
lino time vlsltlng4and looking ow
some new country. If he saw anything
that beats Nebraska he failed to men
tion it to us.
M. 11. Shoemaker and D. W. Foster
went to Lincoln on Monday evening
train to nartlolnatc In the Bryan ban
quet, aud remained for the state met
ing uf swine breeders and other asso
James M. Stone of Nehawka was I
town Wednesday, milng to Murray to
visit his sns. Charles and Bruce. H
The best way to staud up for your
town is to patronize the industries
that make the town.
Mr. Isaac Stradley, who has been
sick fur the past three weeks U on our
Mrs. Anna Landon died at the home
of her son. George Landon, north of
town, Friday, January l.", 1004.
II. F. Swanback is having the archi
tects draft the pluns for his new store
building w hich w ill be erected as soon
as the frost is out of the ground.
Grandma Cheuvront died at Taylor,
this state, and her remains will be
sent here for Interment. Services will
be conducted at the Christian church,
Saturday at 11 o'clock by Elder Utter-
The Modern Woodmen met in the
opera house last evening and initiated
four members. Tho Alvo officers and
foresters were here and took the boys
through the mysteries of woodcraft.
Judge R. D. McDonald performed
the ceremoney Thursday evening at
7:110 o'clock which bound In holy wed
lock, Mr. Samuel Aaron, aged 52 years,
and the charming Miss Mary Moran,
aged 42 years, at the home of the
bride in the west part of town. This
young couple have the best w ishes of
all their friends, and the Enterprise
predicts for them a happy voyage
down life's uneven Journey. May
their pathway be strewn so full of
roses that a double-header snow plow
will be required to shovel them out of
their way, and th- rays of sunshine so
bright that they w 111 have to carry a
two-ply asbestos umbrella all the re
mainder of their happy days.
um 'it - i - tm 1 um
Saved From Terrible Death.
The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt of
Bargerton, Tcnn., saw her dying and
were powerless to save her. The
most skillful physicians and every
remedy used, failed, while consump
tion was slowly but surely taking her
life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption
turned dispair into Joy. The first
bottle brought Immediate relief and
its continued use completely, cured
her. It's the most certain cure In the
world for all throat and lung troubles.
Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottles free at F. G. Fricke & Co.
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to myself f
And so says everybody who .v-'-; .-vjt '--'a jMC "fr!
C ever enjoyed the nutriment of 7. Jf&A
this famous biscuit. fig'''' f-T? '
Bold ouly In alr-tlglit, moisture-proof vi
f i pucliugeg. S lr m
: national. tmhiM Jmafr''
f BISCUIT ifWitfli
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Mr. John II. Cullom, editor of the
Garland, Texas, News, has written
letter of congratulations to the manu
facturcrs of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy as follows: "Sixteen years
ago when our lirst child was a baby he
was subject to croupy spells and we
would be very uneasy about him. We
began using Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy In 1887, and finding it such a
reliable remedy for colds and croup,
we have never been without It In the
house since that time. We have five
children and have given it to all of
them with good results. One good
feature of this remedy is that it is
not disagreeable to take and our ba
bies really like it. Another is that it
Is not dangerous, and there is no risk
from giving an overdose. I congratu
late you upon the success of your rem
edy." For sale by all druggists.
From the Courier.
Fred Ossenkop of Walton, Neb., is
visiting relatives at College Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron left
Tuesday for their home in Dakota,
after a week's visit with relatives In
There are damphew men who be
come millionaires on the dead square
let after they get possession of the
dough they are the people.
Little Dulclc Frater, who has been
quite low with pneumonia this week,
requiring the attention of a trained
nurse, is now reported much improved
Mrs. W. C. Frampton, of Lincoln,
has recovered from a severe attack of
pneumonia and will be able to return
to Lincoln within a few days. She
will be accompanied by herslstcr, Miss
v. A. Jacobson s delivery wagon
team made things lively Monday after
noon by taking one of their accustomed
spins. In attempting to cross the
bridge on Third street they struck the
banister. One of the horses kicked
until it freed itself and started on a
mad rush for Sarpy county. The
wagon contained a number of cases of
eggs, and while a plank in the big
bridge was broken into kindling wood,
tiic Harness named and the wagon
had to go to the blacksmith for rc
pairs, it was found that not an egg
bad been broken.
From the Itcacon.
Wm. Klimkcof Murdock was call
ing on old friends In town Tuesday.
Tho youngest child of Mr. and Mrs.
Conrad Wetcnkamp, jr., is quite sick.
The Beacon pen pusher is back at
his desk after a ten days absence, on
the sick list.
Stephen Benton who Is a patient at
tho Insane hospital at Hastings Is
gradually growing weaker. Ills men
ial condition Is unchanged.
Last, r. riuay wiuic Jacou jiursii was
doing some carpenter work, lie struck
a nail on the head, but It Hew up and
struck him In the eye, cutting quite a
gash near the sight. He carries said
eye m a sung now anu it is hoped no
serious results will happen.
Mrs. Belle Gill, who was visiting
her cousin, J. P. Burdick, a couple of
weeks ago, was a passenger on tho 111
fated steamer, Challam, that sank
during a storm In Ptigct Sound last
Saturday. She had been visiting rel
atives a couple of months, and was, on
her way to her homo in Klondykc.
At the home of tho bride's parents,
live miles north and one-half mile east
of Eagle, occurred the marriage of
Miss Myrtle May Bennett to Mr. Wll
Hard elites, on Tuesday evening, Jan
nary luth, Rev. Gettys of Alvo, otllcl
atlng. The young pcoplo are well and
favorably known and need no Intro
duction. They will make their fu
ture home on tho farm. The happy
voting couple wero tho recipients of
many useful and beautiful presents.
I'rom tlio Krister.
Wc are sorry to hear that our old
friend, Wm. Stockham, was under the
doctor's care last week.
Ora Whitehead, of Plattfmouth, has
been rusticating with his friend, John
Doughty, for a few days.
T. 11. Smith and family left for
Ottawa, Kan., Monday. We'll bet a
big red apple they will come back to
Nebraska next year.
The young folks have been having
lino skating on the ponds lately.
About eighty of them were out one
night last week and report a good
John Wunderlieeh shipped two of
his line blooded hogs to Coleridge,
Nebraska, Tuesday. Wc would think
they were lino hogs If they were not
Charley Ilecbner Is preparing to
build a hig hog house in order to care
for his fast increasing herd. He has
just bought of A. F. Sturm a $:i00 bill
of lumber for that purpose.
Albart Stoll is another victim to the
mumps, having been out of the stoi c a
couple of weeks with them. Wc un
derstand his father's family are all
having a scigc of the same.
Mrs. Will C. Tucker lias been quite
sick lately. A consultation of doctors
was held Saturday to determine the
method of treatment. Mrs. George
Johnson is taking care of Mrs. Tucker.
The ice harvest is about finished
this week, and everyone is supplied
with the finest Ice put up for several
years, it is irom 12 to l( inches lliick
and very clear and clean.
Mrs. West returned from Lincoln
Sunday, where she had been to see her
mother, who Is taking treatment. She
reports her mother somewhat Im
proved. We hope she may soon re
turn with her health entirely re
GAEDEL'S DUROC JERSEY
Monday, Feb. 8, 1904.
QQ-Daroc Jersey Brood Sows-40
ALL SOWS GUARANTEED SAFE IN PIG.
These rows nro sired by Cliit-f Perfection lO'.l.")!),
King prion, lK.").s;. (Slondulo Prince, Ti, l'rinco
Mnrti, TOlKi, Wniu-ttii Bunker, llAYi, Tom Tucker,
i:J021, mid other.
Bred to Prinoo Echo, 12:J7., bred by J. I). Kid
linger, Decatur, Indiana. King Huberts, Zl(V.)l, bred
by Wm. Pioberta it Kon.Paton, Iowa.
Sale to be held at my Sale Paviilion
5 Miles Southwest of Louisville.
Free Lunch at 11:30. Sale at 12:00
C.J. GAEBEL, Owner.
COL.T. K. CALLAHAN ) . ..
COL. J. P. Sl'EAKMAN Aucl1
GEO. H. WOOD, Clerk.
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Cured After Suffering 10 Years.
B. F. Ifare, Supt. Miami Cycle &
Mfg. Co., Mlddlctown, O., suffered for
ten years with dyspepsia. He spent
hundreds of dollars for medicines and
with doctors without receiving any
permanent benefit. He says, "One
night whllo feeling exceptionally bad
I was about to throw down the even
ing paper when I saw an item in the
paper regarding the merits of Kddol
Dyspepsia Cure. I concluded to try
It and while I had no faith In it I felt
better after the second dose. After
using two bottles I am stronger and
better than I have been In years, and
I recommend Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
to my friends and acquaintances suf
fering from stomach trouble." Sold
by F. O. Fricke & Co.
"I have made a most thorough
trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
am prepared to say that for all dis
eases of the lungs it never disap
points." J. Early Finley, .ronton, O.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
wont cure rheumatism;
we never said it would.
It won't cure dyspepsia;
wc never claimed it. But
it will cure coughs and
colds of all kinds. Wc
first said this sixty years
ago; we've been saying it
Thru tltnt Ik., Ik.. II. All rnlH.
(Vmitilt yonr doctor. If ht t Uk It.
thn do ht mt If h IclU "U not
Intake It, thin ilin't Ink It, IU knowi.
L It with him. W r wlllln.
J. t:. A Kit to.. Im.ll. Kul.
Quite a number from this vicinity
were riattsmouth visitors Saturday.
Fred Kngelkcmelcr purchased the A.
Hanson farm of 100 acres last Saturday,
for which he paid f 12,100.
Quite a number from this section at
tended the meeting of the Modem
Woodmen at Mynard Saturday night.
A ntimlK-r of farmers are now engag
ed In hauling thclrcorn tc the railroad,
having sold since the price advanced.
Mr. and Mrs. George Scliaefer visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karnest
Voting, near Nehawka, Sunday.
Alfred Hanscnier and Glenn Iloc-
deckcr came out from riattsmouth to
spend Sunday with home folks.
August and Annie F.ngelkeineler
visited nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. II. Fills Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F,d. Gensemer visited
at the home Mr. and Mrs. John liock,
A Prisoner In Her Own House.
Mrs. V. II. Layha of limi Agnes
Ave., Kansas City, Mo., has for mv
oral years been troubled with severe
hoarsness and at times; a hard cough
which she says "Would keep me in
doors for days. I was prescribed tor
by physicians with no notlclble ro
stilts. A friend gave me a part of a
bottle of ChamlH-rlaln's Cough Item-
edy with Instructions to closely follow
the directions and I wish to statetliat
after the first day I could notice a tie
elded change for the better, and at
this time, after using It for two
weeks, have no hesitation Is saying 1
realize that I am entirely cured."
This remedy Is for sale by all trug
Dr. Elster, Dentist,
Bottlzd in Bond.
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TTbc JBcst mWM
q tbc Cheapest
tn tbc inw
I l" -v -'-rfv "ttf
Toor Whisky in not only dis
nreenblo to taste, but undoubted
ly injurious to the stomach. A lit
tle good Whisky is n fine tonic and
lielpH instead of linnning. Such
Whiskies ns Yellowstone, for in
Btiuicp, will do you just us much
good ns n doctor's proscription. If
you don't know how good it is.
como in nnd try it.
GuekenhcimerilJye, per gallon.. . It 00
Yellowstone, " " ... 4 00
Ibmey lew, " " ... : oo
lllg Horn, " "... 2 00
I13 In i 1 1 i D 'V In i o io L i
Ha I s Cash Store
Vitfor, 3 packages 25 cents.
Malta Vita, jkt package H cents.
Force, per package ') cents.
Otiail Oats, per package ') cents.
While Dovo Oats, per package ') cents.
Anchor Matches, per packag 20 cents.
1 leans, per can ) cents.
Corn, per can ') cents.
Three pound can Tomatoes 10 cents.
Heisel's I'lainsifUr Flour $ 1 00
Prcmain Patent 1 10
Weeping Water Diamond 1 00
K.Ai H. 1 10
Draken field, 1 00
Patent, 1 10
Twenty lbs Granulated Sugar $1.00
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