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The Pfattsmouth Journal
ITULIbllKD WEEKLY AT
R. A. RATES, rriiLlsiiKK.
KnUrfl kt tlif mtfflo t rinltHiimulh, Se
Unuka. h nvoiiililii umttrr.
'Gut Hell," the favorite cigar
Road Haydon Pro's ad In this paper.
Dr. Marshall, dentist, FlUgerald
llerlert Slier wod Sundayed In Lin
ciln. Repair that proken sidewalk If you
The Ir-mI soda water In the world at
Gerlng & Co.'s.
C. S. Sliader was down from Lincoln
Friday on business.
Miss Fannie Adams made a hrief
visit to this city Friday.
A new steel celling has heen put in
the Hank or Cass County.
George Cutler wasdown from Green
wo nl Monday on business.
Mrs. H. T. Long of South llend vis
ited friends In this city Friday.
W. 11. Tool, the Weeping Water
real estate man was here today.
Dr. Frank L. Cummins, dentist.
Oillec with lr. K. 1. Cummins.
Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey of Nehawka
were Plattsmouth visitors Monday.
George Horn, the Cedar Creek grain
dealer, was here on huslness Friday.
Crushed fruit of all kinds with iee
cream soda, only 5c at Geriir,' t Co.'s.
L. W. Loreii. went to Tobias, Neh,,
Monday to pay a hrief visit to home
J. V. Kgenberger Is building an ad
dition to his residence, on Sixth and
Judge 1 lunulas is Improving his
property on west Main Hreel hy an
F. M. Young and Arnold Coon, of
near Murray, were county seat visitors
After u hrief visit with Ids mother
Inthisclty.Lee Sharp returned toOm
It Is the general opinion that many
acres of com will have to be replanted
In this county.
Misses Carrie Ranning, Minnie and
Luclla Taylor, of Union, were here
Miss Mamie Graves went to Lin
coln Friday w here she will In? em
ployed for Koine time.
D. W. Hoyt f York, Neb., deputy
state oil Inspector, was a l'lattsmoutli
business visitor Tuesday.
Chief Joslyn of the 15. & M supply
department at Omaha, was a business
visitor at the shops Tuesday.
Joseph Ramsey went to Lincoln
Monday, where he Is being treated for
rheumatism In one of the hospitals.
Ed Harstow, general car inspector,
came down from Lincoln yesterday on
The name that means iuallty Is Pat
ton's Sun Proof Taint. Sold only hy
Goring & Co.
For sale one good, high-grade, rubber-tired
tp buggy and single harness
good as new. Aururit Hkli's,
Sister Lourlne of St. .lolin's Catho
lic school was called to Chicago Mon
day night on account of the death of
Grant Owen of the Rurllngton paint
shops went to St. Joseph, Mo., yester
day, where he has been transferred for
a short time.
Mrs. L.C. Face of Whitehall, Mont.,
And Mrs. Pauline Summers, of New
berg, Intl., are the guests of Mrs. W.
L. l'ickett this week.
Miss Kittle Worley came down from
Omaha and spent Sunday with her
brother. J. E. Worley. She was accom
panied by her friend, C. A. Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sitman are re
joicing over the arrival of a baby girl
at their home. The little lady made
her advent on Thursday night last.
Chris Jeu.en and son, of Crest on, la.,
'.visited hf this city Tuesday, stopping
otl here en route home from the fun
eral of Mrs. William Jessen at Omaha.
Miss Gene Marshall, a teacher In the
public sclnOls, went to her home In
Llncln Tuesday on account of Illness.
She was compelled to give up her du
The Cosmopolitan Carnival company,
which held forth In this city week be
fore last, went to the wall at Missouri
"Valley, la., last week. Poor business
was the cause.
County Superintendent Wormian
went out to Klmwood Tuesday to at
tend the graduating exercises of the
school. He will visit other towns of
the countyon similar occasions during
John T. Evans of South F.end spent
Sunday with relatives here. Mrs.
Merrltt Kerr, a sister of Mrs. Evans,
accompanied by her llttlfl son, re
turned to the llend with Mr. Evans,
spending most of the week with friends
Dr. J. 15. Huff of Cedar Creek was a
A. Mattierof MurJa-fc was aojun'v
seat visitor I'iiday.
, 15. F.Moore of NchawUw.,sa piatt'v
mouth visitor yesterday.
Dr. E. W. Foster a heie from Ce
dar Creek Sunday evening.
Mrs. Elmer Younker, living north of
the city, is said to be ipilte id
Vic Anderson Sunday el lth his
brother and sister in Haveiock
James Allison of Murray was a caller
at these headquarters Saturday.
Miss Fertha White came down from
Omaha Saturday for a brief visit.
Mrs. William Jessen, formerly of
l'lattsmoutli, died In Omaha last Sat
urday. The senior class play Friday, May 27,
at the Panne. Any seat In the house
Mrs. P. C. Schrorder and family of
Omaha were Sunday guests of H. M.
Soennlchsen and family.
Henry f ehlerking of Wabash was In
the city Unlay, and called and had his
name enrolled for the Journal.
Mrs. II. F. Gotis went to Missouri
Valley, Iowa, Thursday, wliere she
visited relatives for several days.
Mrs. Robert Ruston, of Evansville,
Intl., arrived In the city last week for
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. L.
Thomas Whalen and George Smith
departed Monday evening for Little
Lock, Arkansas, wliere they will spend
Dr. MikeTritscli and Lee Maylield
ot the Courier, were down from Louis
ville Monday, and of course paid the
Journal a visit.
Rl-v. II. Rarkmau anil A.C. Tartseh
departed yesterday for Milfonl, Neb.,
to attend a conference of the German
Mrs. F. A. Oliver came in from
Rock Springs, Wyo., a few (lavs ago
for an extended visit with relatives
John Schoeman and Ernest Paittsch,
two of Cass county's substantial farm
ers, of near Louisville, were here on
An Otoe county man went out in
the dark a few nights ago to milk the
cow, and drew the stool up to a hriu
die mule, lie will not milk any more.
Louie Relnhackel came in from El
don, Iowa, today, for a visit. Many
of the employes of the Rock Island
shops have been laid oil for a short
The deputy assessors are winding up
their work this week. Several have
already made their returns and the
balance will perhaps finish up this
Miss Josephine Howard, of Weeping
Water, canwfover and spent Saturday
and Sunday with the family of Prof.
Rouse. Miss Howard is a teacher in
the Weeping Water school?.
Milton D. Polk of Rolse Citv. Idaho.
well known In this city as being atone
i . .1 1 . .. . . .
nine, euuor oi ine A ews, stopped oil
here Monday. He was en route home
fronvthe St. Loids exposition.
P. Keil. of near Murray, was a
Plattsmouth visitor yesterday, and
wiille here called and renewed for an
other year. Mr. Keil Is a prominent
farmer and appreciates the Journal.
Mrs. Jesse L. Root entertained
twelve lady guests Friday afternoon
In honor of Mrs. Jackson of Denver.
A three course luncheon was served
and a ost enjoyable afternoon was
Stops more pain, relieves more suffer
ing, prevents more heart aches and
diseases than any other remedy. That
Is what Holilster's Rocky Mountain
Tea will do. 35 cents In tea or tablet
form. Gerlng & Co.
The following Cass county teachers
have been selected to teach In Lincoln
theensuiug year. Misses Laura Kin
kead and Margaret Farley of this city,
Willie Rerger of Louisville and Min
erva Tool of Nehawka.
W. II. Seybert was In the city Tues
day, and for the first time In three
motithscalled at Journal headquarters.
He hasn't changed a great deal In ap
pearance, however, since we Lust saw
him. Will says a great deal of the
corn in his nelghU.rhood will have to
A party consisting of Claus Speck,
John Ruche, Henry Madsen, John
Klrkham, Jacob Jones. Albert Flek
ler, John Gorges, A. Ruolev. C. H.
I5onney, Joseph Hadraba, James Wor-
den, I rank and Jte McCarthy, spent
Sunday In the neighborhood of Cedar
Crock. Of course they went out os
tensibly for the purpose of angling for
the tltinles, but they brought home no
evidences of their success.
Oran A. King, editor of the Henlela
(Cal. ) Herald, and wife stopped oil
here Monday evening and visited with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miles on north
Slxtii street till Wednesday. Mrs. King
being a neice of Mrs. Miles. From here
they went to Redford, la., Mr. King's
old home, for a visit. Mr. King is a
member of the California Press asso
elation and they were Just returning
from the St. Louis exposition. While
In the city Mr. King favored the Jour
nal with a brief call, and we found him
F.mll Wiclzke nd wife are visltlr.tr
friends In Creston. 1 1.
E. Richards of W.bjsU had business
in Hie county seyt yesterday. ,
Daac Pollard was here ymer ou
business in the district court. "J
Otto Flsiiep f Sheridan. W'y, . the
uncsi of U'iiliain Rndg itnd lamil).
Ml. Hiei Mis. A. F. t ill lis of Weep
ii, Water were In the city yesterday.
John C. C"''in,iii came mrc fiom
Gh nwood, la., ai.U Sundayed with his
Not I.o-v cheap hut how p.od. Fat
toon's Sun 1'roof Paint. Sold only by
Gerlng & Co.
Reserved sua Is on sale for "The Sil
verShlehl" Thursday, May 27-35 cents
any seat In the house.
If you are a Judge of a good smoke,
try the "Acorns" 5 cent cigar and you
will smoke no other.
It costs a little more but is by far
the best. Patton's Sun Proof Paint
Gerlng & Co., sole agents.
Recorder Schneider and family vis
ited with relatives In Glenwood. Iowa,
from Friday till Mi nday.
William Shlck and John M. Kunz
were In from Klmwood Friday tin bus
iness in the county court.
Mrs. Eva Reese and daughter re
turned Tuesday from a week's visit
with friends In North Platte, Neb.
Remember May 27 is the date of the
senior class play, "The Silver Shield."
Admission 35 cents: gallery 25. Every
body Is going.
Mrs. Stotitenboinugli went to Weep
ing Water yesterday where she deliv
ered an address before the graduating
class last night.
Judge Travis issued a marriage per
mit Monday to Charles C. Housel.aged
21, and Miss Fannie J. Spence. aged
l, both or Louisville.
Painting, decorating and sign writ
ing. Work guaranteed. Leave orders
at Frlcko's drug store.
A marriage permit was issued Tues
ay to Ileinrich K. Voder, aged twen
ty-seven of Mauley, and Miss Kmilie
L. Kraft, aged twentv-one, of Louis
ville. Prof. M. A. Sams of Louisville passed
through Plattsmouth yesterday en
route for Malvern, la., where he went
on business connected with the school
at that place.
There will be a box social given at
the Taylor school house, district 37.
Saturday evening, May 2. for the lien-
etit of a library. Everybody welcome.
Gehaldixk Stock da lb, Teacher.
Now Is the time to take a snrlnn
tonic to purify the blood, cleanse the
liver and kidneys of all Impurities
lloiiister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
do the business. 35 cents. Tea or
tablets Gerlng & Co.
D. S. Guild, who resigned his posi
tion as storekeeper of the local rail
road shops has been succeeded by
Thomas Kempster, of Omaha. Mr.
Guild will uoto Wvomlnir to
In getting out railroad ties.
D. R. Porter of near' Murray was In
the city Saturday on business, and
called at Journal headquarters and en
rolled Ills uame for the, Old Reliable.
Mr. Porter is one of the prominent
young farmers of Cass county.
Word was received here yesterday
morning that Mrs.stoutenborough had
been chosen as one of the directors of
the National Federation of Women's
clubs. In session at St. Louis. This is
a most deserved honor to that excellent
lady, and her Plattsmouth friends feel
1. X. Applegate, a prominent farm
er And democrat of near Union, who Is
here at tending court, gave the Jour
nal a pleasant call this morning and
renewed his faith in the Old Reliable
for another year. Mr. Applegate has
heen a patron of the Journal almost
from Its Incipiency, and Is better
pleased with it than ever.
The Plattsmouth Journal will be
printed this week on a new power
press. The Journal Is the second old
est paper in the county and has had
more ups and downs than all the other
papers combined. Since It fell Into
the hands of the Rates boys the riper
has been greatly Improved and is now
said to be one of the best paying news
paper plants in the county.-Louis-vllle
The Plattsmouth Journal will this
week be printed on a new power press
or modern make, the power for which
will be furnished by a new 3-horse
power gasoline engine The Journal
Is enjoying a degree of prosperity
hitherto unknown in the history of Its
somewhat eventful career. The Rates
Rros. are good newspaper men. Weep
ing Water Republican.
Mr. Joseph Pominvllleof Stillwater,
Mum., after having spent over 2,otio
with the best doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised by
his druggist. Mr. Alex Richard, to try
a b'X of Chamberlains Stomach and
Liver Tablets. He did so. and is a well
man today. If troubled with Indiges
tion, bad taste in the mouth, lack of
appetite or constipation, give these
tablets a trial, and you are certain to
Ik? more than Pleased with the result.
For sale at 25 cents per box by all drug-
8 The Leading
A marriage permit was granted Fri
day by Judge Travis, to Levi F.
Shirfe. aged twentv-three. of Avoca.
ami Mis Li..ie M. Cappen, aged
twenty-one, of Weeping Water.
F. F. Miles came In from Wabash
Saturday evening to spend Sunday.
Frank recently embarked in business
in Wabash and reports business good
and is well pleased with his new loca
A spring tonic that cleans and puri
nes and absorbs all poison from the
system, llollistcr's Kooky Mountain
Tea will make you well and keep you
well all summer. 35 cents. Tea or
tablets. Coring & Co.
Henry R.Geriug is receiving numer
ous letters from friends throughout the
district favorable to his candidacy for
congress. There is but little doubt of
his nomination. Cass county will feel
greatly honored by his nomination.
Mrs. W. E. CooKdge and children
parted Saturday morning for their
home in Central City, S. D. They
have been visiting at the home of
Mrs. Coolidge's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Washington Smith, for several weeks.
Eugene Maylield lias resigned his
position on the World-Herald and ac
cepted the local management of the
Western Newspaper Union at Kansas
City, and reported for duty last week.
His children's department in the
World-Herald will be conducted by
Nebraska City News: A girl from
Chicago, who was visiting a friend near
this city and stopping on a farm for
the first time in her life, startled the
good old fanner one morning by rush
ing into the house, screaming at the
top of her voice: "Come tiuick, the
little pigs have got the big pig down
and are eating her up."
This section was visited by an in
cessant rain yesterday, and an Im
mense amount of water fell. The
Journal's old friend, Herman P.estor,
living southwest of town, telephoned
in last evening that one and one-half
Inches of water fell at his place in fif
teen minutes, and that there was con
siderable w ashout done.
The Journal would like to have a
correspondent in every nook and corner
of Cass county. Many patrons of this
paper have children who could send us
the news from their neighborhood if
they would only try. Write down the
particulars as near as you can and we
will tlx them up for you. A little ex
perience of tills kind w ill help you, as
well as giving the Journal the news
from your locality.
Elsewhere In this issue will be found
the financial statement of the old reli
able Hunk of CassCounty. This bank
ing house Is among the safest and best
In the state of Nebraska, no section
excepted. For years the affairs of the
Hank cf CassCounty have been most
ably conduceed and under the manage
nietit of J. M. Patterson, the genial
cashier, ami continues to merit the
contUlcnce of its patrons.
A disordered stomach may cause no
end of trouble. When the stomach
fails to perform its functions the
bowei become deranged, the liver and
kidneys congested, causing numerous
diseases, the most fatal of which are
painless and therefore the more to be
dreaded. The Important thing Is to
restore the stomach and liver to a
healthy condition, and for this pur
pose no better preparation can be used
than Chamberlain'sStomach and Liver
Ti'1'"'. For sale bv nil tlniw'gists.
lad On vKnown
So said a man the other day who had bought
a 515 suit at a certain clothing store, when he ac
companied a friend here, who bought even a better
suit of us for only $12.
It's the same old story, as old as time. "If I
had only known." Of course, as this man said,. he
will know better hereafter. He will come here next
time. How is it with you ? , .
Have you been here and saved 52 or $3 on a
suit, or if not, will you do so? Think it over. Look
around, if you please, for then you will certainly buy
"If I Had Only Known"
Clothier, Plattsmouth, Nebraska
The Elks Carnival will take place
June 1 1, 1" and Pi.
Dr. II. J. Mc.Uihur of Omaha has
purchased the oilice and business of
Ir. Green, and has arrived in the city
to take possession.
Remember the Elks Carnival will
take place June 14, 1.1 and hi. This is
straight goods, and no postponement
on account of weather. "
Do you need more blood, and more
flesh, do you need more strength this
springy Holiistcr's Rocky Mountain
Tea will bring them all. If it fails
your money back. 3.j cents. Tea or
tablet form. Gering & Co.
A man named F. J. McC'ann was
caught between the cars of a Rurling
ton train last Thursday and had both
legs horribly mangled. He was taken
to St. Joseph's hospital at Omaha,
where he died the same day. Iiyoccu
patlon he was a steam titter and is
said to have a sister living in Chicago.
Dr. J. M. Green will depart tomor
row for Newman Grove, Neb., where
he will enter intt, a co-partnership with
Ir. Munk, for the purpose of establish
ing a private hospital on the banks of
the Elkhorn river. Dr. Munk has the
reputation of being one of the best
physicians in the state, with more bus
iness than he can attend to
The district convention of the De
gree of Honor convened in Omaha yes
terday. At this meeting Plattsmouth
was well represented the local drill
team being among the number. Miss
Teresa Hem pel, grand recorder, Mrs.
II. Schlunz, Mrs. C. . Green, Mrs.
William Hasslerand L.R. Egenberger,
local delegates, were among those who
A statement of the financial condi
tion o'f the Murray State bank will be
found in this issue of the Journal. We
are pleased to note the prosperity of
this banking house, as it denotes the
splendid management under which it
isconducted. Charley Stone, the genial
cashier, is very popular with t lie bank's
patrons, which has much to do with
lt:j increasing business.
The Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Jour
nal. (R. A. Hates, proprietor,) is in
stalling a new Ralicock Reliance print
ing press in its oillce, to take the place
of the old press. The Democrat Is
glad to note this improvement In the
Journal's equipment, as Mr. Rates
was formerly a Memphis citizen, and
we shall always be Interested in his
success. Mem plils (Mo.) Democrat.
Frank J. Morgan of this city will be
selected as one of the delegates from
this district to the St. Louis conveu
tlon. Mr. Morgan has had considera
ble experience in Phis, direction, and
will prove a great addition to the No
Nebraska delegation In the national
democratic convention. Mr. Morgan
has received a number of encouraging
leters from friends in various sections
of the district. Cass county democrats
will feel greatly honored In his selec
tion. William Kroehler came down from
Haveiock Saturday and spent Sunday
with Piailsniouth friends, returning
in the evening. Will Is now employed
In the P.. & M. shops at Haveiock. lie
recently removed Ills family to that
place, and he says that while they are
pretty well pleased with the new
home, a fond recollection of the old
home sometimes lias a tendency to
make them a little homesick. Platts
mouth has Its faults, like other towns,
but those who were reared here think
there Is no place like the old town.
Dr. T. J. Todd, formerly of this city,
but now of Sedalia, Mo., and Miss
Minta Mauy. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Mauzy, of Plattsmouth,
were married in Kansas City, Tuesday,
May 2i, 1D04. The happy wedded cou
ple were among our best young people
and have many friends here who unite
witti the Journal in extending con
gratulations. May happiness and
prosperity reign supreme in the house
hold of Mr. and Mrs. Todd is the wish
of the Journal.
Linseed oil, raw, 45c per gallon.
Linseed oil, boiled,' 45c per gallon.
Carter's white lead, $o.U5 per 100 lbs.
Southern white lead, $0.95 per 100 lbs.
Tatton's Sun Troof paint. $1.75 per
gallon; 5 gallons or more, ei.tio per gal.
Turpentine, 75c per gallon.
Gehixq & Co., Druggists.
Dog Tax Due.
Notice is hereby given that the dog
tax is due from May 1. All dogs not
wearing tags are liable to destruction
at the hands of the police. Tags can
be obtained at the office of the city
H. M. SoExxicnsKN, City Clerk.
At the second-hand store, just removed
to the Dwycr building on lower Main
street. A large line of second-hand
gasoline stoves. All kinds of repairing
for gasoline stoves and ranges. Call and
sec us In our new location.
D. P. Jackson.
Is easily replaced by selling our goods.
Liberal commissions to agents. Write
at once. The Atkins Company, Uox
842, Omaha, Neb.
For sale-good eight-room modern
residence, (new) situated in one of the
most desirable locations in the city of
Plattsmouth. Akthiu IIeli-s.
Wanted A few steers and horses
to pasture. J. R. Vallery, Eight Mile
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing Is sure exeep
death and taxes, but that is not alto
gether true. Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption is a sure cure for
all lung and throat troubles. Thous
ands can testify to that. Mrs. C. H.
VanMetro of Shephertown, W. Va.,
says "I had a severe case of bronchi
tis and for a year tried everything I
heard of but got no relief. One bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery then
cured me absolutely." It's Infallible
for croup, whooping cough, grip, pneu
monia and consumption. Try It. It's
guaranteed by F. G. Fricke & Co.,
druggists. Trial bottles free. Regu
lar sizes 5tc and $1.00.
Now Ready for Business.
M. Archer, attorney at law and Jus
tice of the peace. Oillce In the Wet
tencamp block, on the second Moor, on
the east side. All legal business will
receive prompt attention. Houses to
rent and sell. Collections without
suit a specialty. Marriage ceremonies
performed, and a nice certificate will
be given free. If you want to make
your will give mo a call. Deeds and
mortgages made out and acknowl
edged. Office hours from 8:00 to 12:00
a. m. and from 1:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p. m.
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