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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1904)
No one can tell good baking powder
from bad merely by the appearance;
The price is some guide, but not an in
Some cheap brands may raise the dough,
yet contain unwholesome ingredients.
There is one safe, sure way, i. e.,
to follow the recommendations of the
U S. GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS.
THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
THE BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE
From tlio IiopublU-un.
Mrs. Ponclan and Margaret went to
riattsmouth to spend Easter with lier
Mr. George Hansen was In town
Monday. He is looking well this
A ten pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Cam Klesper Monday night.
Mrs. T. S. Barnes gains very slowly.
She is able to sit up a part of each
The public schools arc having vaca
tion this week and the pupils and
teachers alike are enjoying the rest.
-The Acadamy closed last Friday for
ten days, during which time the stu
dents are spending their vacation at
A great many farmers are making
an effort to get their corn to market
before the heavy spring work begins.
Mrs. George Runyon and children
left Tuesday for their homo in Alli
ance after a pleasant visit with "her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen McGrady.
Fred Gorder unloaded a car of Im
plements last week for his emporium.
This is the second car load that Fred
has received this spring.
.J. R. Chandler moved his family
down here from Springfield last week,
and will work for his brother Charley.
They moved Into one of the Everhart
houses In east1 WeepingWater.
: Joe Kennedy left last Thursday with
two cars of household goods and farm
Implements for his new home in the
western part of'.the state. Tlio fami
ly, accompanied by Miss Lottie Van
Cleave, left on Saturday.
' Wednesday last, August Engelke
mler'8 team attached to a buggy,
started from near the Riverside hotel
and took a lively run around the brick
block and returned to tho placo of
starting w ith no more serious damage
than a broken single tree. They came
within a scratch of colliding with a
number of teams on tho street. Rut
fortunately they escaped these mishaps.
From tho Hcnild.
Frank Davis leftist Wednesday for
Tama, Iowa, where ho will remain
Rom, to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McNur
lln Saturday, March 2rt, a girl.
Mrs. Clyde Pay withstood the opera
tion for appendicitis very nicely last
week, and up to tho present time Is
At tho Marshall elevator last Wed
nesday afternoon, sixty-one loads of
corn were delivered. Geo. Towle, R.
Hopkins and L. Reed wero marketing.
RuVt Dunn last week purchased the
H. W. Congdon residence and three
lots on the hill. This is a sightly loca
tion and will make Mr. and Mrs. Dunn
a nice home.
T. F. Jameson has purchased the
Everhart house, Just north of Dr. But
ler's, which is an Indication that lie
will remain In Weeping Water, and
wc understand Mr. Jameson has a
summer's work planned ahead.
Lars .Nelson h;ui us guessing hist
week. Just before going to press he
telephoned us of a new baby at their
houso that day, a boy, and It so ap
peared under the head "born." Later
Lars and Mrs. Nelson, who wero In
town, started for home, and the
thought occurred to us bow Mrs. Nel
son could be In two places at the same
time.' Well, to straighten It out, they
adopted a little baby boy that was
brought hero last week, an orphnn,
and Mr. Nelson was so pleased that
after laying In asupplyof nlpples,ctc.,
he telephoned the good news to the
paper for publication, lu twenty
years from now maybe we can tell the
good people the same story and they'll
Real estate sales of Cass county land
made during the month of March, by
Pool & Colbert, amounted to a little
over 147,500. Besides this they have
found numerous buyers for Colorado
Chauncey Orton is now located at St.
Louis, where he will doubtless be the
greater part of the summer. lie has
the superintendency of placing four
Corliss engines In shape for work
Chauncey has only recently received a
raise of wages.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Robertson re
turned homo Monday morning from
Denmark, and were accompanied by a
young man about sixteen years old
that will make his homo in Nebraska
From the time Mr. and Mrs. Robert
son landed In New York until they ar
rived here, they had many delays, and
the trip was a tiresome one.
Krom the Courier.
O. E. Osbuin lost a valuable horse
Miss Amelia Stohlman and Miss
Louise Jochin were Omaha visitors
Mrs. O. G. Smith and daughter of
Ashland, visited Sunday with their
cousin, E. Eager.
Floyd Eager of Illinois, is visiting
his uncle, E. Eager. lie will remain
here during the summer.
The Courier regrets to note that its
old friend, Thos. Irwin, has suffered
another stroke of paralysis.
Mrs. A. Jenkins, daughter and son,
Clara and Clyde, of Manley, were visit
ing Mm. W. F. Krecklow Tuesday.
Mrs. L. J. Mayiield and two little
sons, Pearl and Gall, left Wednesday
for Atchison, Kansas, on a week's
Word comes from Omaha announc
Ing the arrival of a bouncing baby bov
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sandie A.
Morrison on Wednesday of last week.
Grandpa Sumner says the youngster Is
a bouncer and is a dead ringer for his
daddie. Tho Courier extends con
gratulations to the happy parents.
George Griswold, conductor of train
No. 244, Mo. l'ac, received an ugly
wound on the head Wednesday. He
was attempting to open a freight car
dour to unload some freight when a
casting broke loose from the top of
the d'xr and struck him fairly on the
head, cutting an ugly gash several
inches In length and laying the skull
bare. Dr. Thomas, the local company
physician, dressed the wound and Mr.
GriswoM was taken to his home.
Everv farmer knows that
some plants grow better than
others. Soil may be the same
and seed may seem the same
but some plants arc weak and
And that's the way with
children. They arc like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
and strong while others stay
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty.
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
of fo(xl, but because the food
docs not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
and gives the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak
ness and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Krmt fr trr uniptt.
l.-ott A Dnwne, hminu, 4-i ivntl St , New Yolk
Joe aud l oo ; all JnicgiiU. .. ..
Front the liracxin.
Pink Vernerhas been quite sick the
past few days.
Mrs. Cobe Venner has been quite
sick the past few days.
Will Doran's children have been
quite sick the past week but are much
Ed Ossenkop's little child has been
quite sick with lung fever.
Miss Elsie Allen returned home from
a ten days' visit with friends in Lin
Ross Crabtree and family of near
Cheney, visited Eagle friends and
relatives over Sunday.
We neglected to mention last week
tlio arrival of a baby boy at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Althouso on Sat
urday, March l!).
James Cleghorn and wife left Wed
nesday for their home in New York.
Ed Snell's home was the scene of a
pleasant social gathering last Saturday
Mrs. Minnie Moritz and son of Falls
City, Neb., are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Os
born was the scene of a very pleasant
party Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frohllch of Alva
visited their daughter, Mrs. John
Robotham and family last Monday.
Dave Eads arrived home lastThurs
day from a two months' trip to Okla
lioma and Indian territories.' He
looks as if he had been fed well while
Don Wiggins who has been at the
Sanitarium at Lincoln the past three
weeks, taking treatment for rheuma
tism, came home Monday night much
Mrs. C. M. Aroison, aged seventy
five years, died at 6:45 Sunday morn
Ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs,
Charles Roberg in Lincoln. The funeral
services were held at 1:30 Tuesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Roberg,
The remains were laid at rest at
Wyuka, beside her husband who died
two weeks ago.
From tho Leader-Echo.
Grandma Hollcnbeck has been quite
sick this week with tonsilltis.
Uncle Dave McCalg was feelingqulte
poorly several days this week.
Misses Grace Tolhurst and Grace
Hylton are home from the Wesleyan
for a few weeks' vacation.
L. R. Vaklner was able to be out on
the streets again yesterday. He says
its no fun at all having mumps.
W. C. Langford of Auburn, has been
installed as druggist, at Green's drug
store, taking charge this morning.
Mrs. Grant Campbejl has been very
sick with congestion of the lungs at
the home of her mother, Mrs. E. Ty
son. She is considerable better now
B. 1. Clemcntand John Weber went
to Lincoln Monday morning where Mr
Weber purchased a handsome monu
mcnt to place over the grave of his
A pleasant farewell reception was
tendered Rev. A. Ilanke and family
last Monday night by the members of
the German Evangelical church. Near
ly the whole congregation was present
and to say they had a nice time would
be putting it mildly. The evening
was happily spent In music and sing'
ing. Prof. E. O. Mullcr, of Omaha,
being present, rendered some beauti
ful selections on the zither. At a sea.
sonable hour refreshments were served
soon after which the guests departed
Rev. Hanke has conducted a very suc
cessful pastorate at this place and
their many friends Join In wlshinir
them success and happiness in the!
new appointment. They leave for
Sutton, Ncbr. next week.
Sciatic Rheumatism Cured.
"I have been subject to sciatic rheu
matlsm for years,' says E. II. Waldron
of Wilton Junction, Iowa. "My Joints
were still and gave me much pain and
discomfort. My Joints would crack
when I straightened up. I used Cham-
berlln's Pain Balm and have been
thoroughly cured. Have not had a
pain or ache from the old trouMe for
many months. It Is certainly a most
wonderful liniment." For sale by all
Froti tho Lwlncr,
James Roddy has been very sick for
several days, but Is reported to be get
ting along nicely.
Clias. S. Stone, cashier of tlio Mur
ray hank, was mixing with his Union
friends last Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Lessel were down
from Plattsmouth last Sunday, the
guests or Hurry M. Frans and family.
Mrs. Fred Smith of Terre Haute.
Indiana, arrived here josterday morn
ing, and Is visiting her brother Frank
Larsli and family, northeast of this
W. 11. Younker's little son Jason
has been very sick for some time and
It was thought he could not recover.
hut he Is reported as Improving and
getting along nicely.
Ray Frans has accepted a position
In Hie bank of Union, entering upon
ils duties last Monday. Mr. Frans Is
a young man of vim and good business
qualifications, and a little practical
work in the bank will no doubt make
him a valuable assistant to Mr. Tracy.
At 8:30 last Saturday morning death
entered the home of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Edmlnstcn. cast of this vil
lage, and took away their little son
Leo, aged 24 days. The babe suffered
an attack of whooping cough, and
complications followed which the frail
constitution could not withstand.
The Wednesday noon train took two
happy hearts from this village to Ne
braska City, and the evening train
brought back the Identical two hearts
palpitating as one. It was that after
noon that Thos. H. McGIll and Miss
Dorothy Stoll appeared before Judae
Joyce and took the solemn obligations
that made them husband and wife.
and they returned to Union that even
ing and are now making their home
on' a farm southeast of here. The
bride Is the daughter of one of Cass
county's pioneer citizens. Mr. Henrv
Stoll, residing near Nehawka. She is
handsome young lady and very dodu-
lar among all of her many acquaint
ances. Mr. McGill is an Industrious
young farmer who is well known and
highly respected by many friends.
The Ledger extends hearty congratu
lations to Mr. and Mrs. McGill, and
Joins their friends In wishing them
abundance of prosperity and happiness
From the Enterprise.
Mr. Roush lias bought a farm near
Lincoln and will move there next
Miss Lena Jeary of Lincoln, is here
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Sampson.
The mumps seem to be epidemic In
our vicinity. Old and young alike are
Ralph Morris living southeast of
town, had the misfortune of eettlnir
a silver In his eye while chopping wood
the other day and Is now carrying his
eye in a sling.
II. Flood, the butcher, says he and
another party are figuring on building
a business block 50x80 feet two stories
high, where the butcher shop now
stands providing the village trustees
win permit them to erect a frame
structure and cover it with iron
Ed Coburn will move his family from
Lincoln into the building now occu
pled by Edmond Montgomery In the
west part of town. Mr. Coburn savs
there are several other families that
will move here this summer providing
mey can get dwelling houses. Rents
are so high In Lincoln that a family
of two or three can almost live on the
amount saved by renting here. We
welcome all new comers.
Mr. Metcalf of Onioa. this state, was
In Greenwood a few days ago looking
up a location for a hardware store. He
was very much Impressed with the
outlook and future prospects of ou
town and has decided to move to
Greenwood In the near future and out
In a good stock of heavy and shelf
Hardware. Mr. Metca f comes wnll
recommended as a thorough business
man and a good citizen and will move
his family here as soon as a building
can oe put In readiness. Thus ou
Best Cough Medicine for Children.
When you buy a couch medicine for
small children you want one In which
you can place Implicit confidence. You
want one that Is unquestionably harm
less. You want one that ls pleasant
to take. Chamberlain's Couuh Remedy
meets all of these conditions. There is
nothing so good for the concha and
colds Incident to childhood. It is also
a certain preventive and cure for
croup, and there is no dancer what
ever from whooping cough when It is
given. It lias been used In many pd!
deralcs of that disease with perfect
success. For sale by all druggists.
From the Kcglstor.
Earl McGowan and Will Chlldors
shook tho mud from their boots last
Tuesday morning and hied away to
me snow banks of Montana.
M. G. Klme has purchased an odd
forty of tho Banning farm, pavlnc
per acre. He docs not iret possession
until next spring.
Miss Amelia Nutzman came In on
the train Saturday from Nebraska
city, where she had been attending
teachers' meeting. Miss Clara drove
In to meet her and take her home.
Clarence Rockwell closed his school
term last week. He leaves here to ac
cept a position In an Omaha- packing
nousc. huecess to you, Clarence, In
your new field of labor.
Frank J. Davis of Weeolnir ' Water.
a relatlvo of our townsman, Dr.
T. V. Davis, was In town the fore
part of the week, purchasing rock for
building purposes on his farm six
miles north of Nehawka.
Last week we wrote a notice of the
return of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carrol
from their California trip, but the
notice was mislaid, and therefore
failed to appear. But they arc kick
enjoying good health, and rejoiced to
be able to greet all their Nehawka
Last Lrlday night, after tho enter
tainment, Miss Katie Jamison was
surprised to sec a score of her young
friends drop In at so late au hour.
Just then It dawned on her that It
was her eighteenth blrthdav. The
guests I m mod lately took possession of
Miss Katie and the house, and fun
reigned supreme till thev loft with
many best wishes for Miss Katie. She
received a tine lot of elegant presents.
pleasant tokens of the esteem In which
she Is held by Iter Nehawka friends.
A Mflly ProMeim
It's discouraging work to fill the lunch bag day after day
It's uninviting to open the lunch bag and find the
eternal bread, bread, bread. Bread is good,
but it's monotonous it lacks t
novelty. Break the
The soda cracker that made the nation hungry.
Nutritious healthful satisfying. Sold
only in air-tight and moisture-proof
packages. Never sold in bulk.
UL NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Mrs. Ella Rralnard was buried in
the Mt. Pleasant cemetery Wednes
day. She died at Hastings, and was
brought here to rest beside her rela
tives. It Is strange how the heart of
those who knew Mt. Pleasant in its
olden palmy days, long for It. even to
being buried there. Mrs. Brainard
was the youngest child of Wm. II.
Howard, by hissecond wife. Our older
residents will all remember him. A
nephew, Mr. Davis, of Syracuse, and
Mrs. Horace Phillips, and a son of Ed
ward, were the relatives from a dis
tance that were in attendance. Rev.
S. Kelser read services at the grave.
Misses Mata and Anna Tills were
Plattsmouth visitors Friday.
Miss Nettie Mast returned from
Knox county Saturday, where she has
been teaching school this winter.
Herman Gansemer left Saturday for
Hallem, Nebraska, where lie will visit
for a few days.
Mr. Ad Bcodeker left last week for
Kansas City, Missouri, where he went
to consult a doctor. He has been sick
for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Clias.Engclkamierand
family and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Puis
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aug
ust Englekamler and family Sunday
Clias. Ilerron shelled corn Monday,
and delivered It to Mont Robb at
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kloennlmr visit
edatthe home of Mr. and Mrs. II
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tuls and daugh
ters visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Illld Sundav.
Word has been received from Gconrc
Schafer from Monroe, Oregon, that he
liked the country very well. He is en
gaged In the sheep business. We arc
glad to hear good news from him.
W. II. Hell bought a fine team of
norscs near Manley last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Born were visit
ing witn w. H. Lohnes last Sunday
Henry Illrz Is reported tobenuito
Miss Anna Wolff was vlsitlnir with
ncr mother over Sunday.
A good many farmers from this com
munlty attended the Dunn sale at
W coping Water last Saturday.
John Ganer was a Plattsmouth vlsl
tor last Saturday.
Mrs. W. II. Hell Is able to be uo and
around again. Her left eye Is said to
dc ail right, although there Is little
hopes for her right eve. Slio was
taken to Omaha on Wednesday to
Jr. unrord for treatment.
Mr. Geo. Hell, Jr.. was a Cedar Crook
visitor last Saturday night.
He told her the old, old story,
And caused her heart to stir.
The tale was a blaze of glory,
For It was new to her.
For a Spring Tonic
Try a case of the Favorite John Gund
One of the Purest Beers on the Market
Call on Ed Donat at the Peerless Sa
loon, or telephone 112 and Ed will do
the rest. All we ask is a trial for this
popular brand and you will buy no
Try a Case To-Day.
ED. DONAT, Proprietor.
To Curt A Cold In Oni Day.
Take I.ixativfl llrmnn (Intnlim T..I..
lots. All (lniL'L'klM rpfiiiul Dm
If it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nature on each box.
Nothing Equal to Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
for Bowel Complaints In
"Wc have used Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Dlahrrooa Remedy in our
family for years," says Mrs. J. B.
Cooke of Ncderlands, Texas. "Wc
have given It to all of our children.
We have used other medicines for the
same purpose, but never found any
thing to ciiial Chamberlains. If you
will use It os directed It will always
cure." For oale by all druggist.
We tako this opportunity of returning our
mostsincere thanks for past favors, and solicit a
continuance of your patronngo in tho future.
During 11)0-1, we Bhnll endeavor to supply the
mnrkot, ns usual, with thnt
WhichjSuits the People!
both in quality and prices.
Wishing all a happy and'proeperous year, wo
invito nil to coino and be comforted by making
your purchnses from tho largest furniture house
ARE ALMOST DUE
How is Your Roof?
If You Need a New One. Now is the Best Time
KYmemher, that we are fully prepared to
place a new tin roof on your house, new
spouting, or repair the old ones.
Wc Make a Specialty of Roofing and Spouting
And are Prepared to Give You Close Figures
on This Kind of Work. ,
No. 5 Main Street
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