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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1904)
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AH the Balance of Our Magnificent Stock of
Clothing, Gent's -Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Etc
N Men's Evcrvdav Suits
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BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE.
$3.98 Children's Suits - - - 98 cents Linen Collars (15 cent Lion Brand)
23 cents SHK Shirts and Drawers
69 cents Men's Srjirts
Boys iuus - uo wensbnoes - 98 ceijts Men's Hats
REMEMBER THIS WHIRLWIND OF BARGAINS MEANS 50 CENTS IS WORTH $1.00. It Mean, Ten Cents is worth One Dollar in Manv Instance DON'T DE
MUST CLOSL OUT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, so come and take this New and Elegant Stock almost at Your Own Price, as all MUST BE !
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i,.u.i me jkm. .mu nuu aie n o.i.v im) u u como ior uric LMiar s worth, as it saves vou Fatv Lents. It will pav Ten Times Greater if vou want
ien IM.lars urth. ly all means come, as you will get the Goods at almost Your Own Price.
Clmlleugpi Conmiirlon tn Quality
R. B. WINDHAM
I'lHltsmuulh : : Nebraska,
Probate, Commercial Law, Real
and foreclosure of mortgages a specialty
Dr. H. J. M ARTHUR
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
i Sum-nit. ir t IT. .1. M. Grwnc.)
COATS BLOCK. plattsmouth 'Phone 28.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Worst of All Experiences.
C'nn anything le worse than to feel
that every minute may he your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. II.
Newson, Pceatur, Ala. "For, three
years," she writes, "I endured Insuf
ferable pain from Indigestion, stomach
and bowel trouble. I teath seemed In
evitable when doctorsand all remedies
failed. At length I was Induced to try
Electric ISitters and the result was
miraculous. I Improved at once and
now I'm completely recovered." For
liver, kidney, stomach and bowel
troubles Electric Hitters Is the only
medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteed
by F. G. Frlcke & Co., druggists.
Three Physicians Treated Him With
W. L. Yancy, I'aducah, Ky., writes:
"I had a severe case of kidney disease
and three of the best physicians In Ken
tucky treated me without success. 1
then took Foley's Kidney Cure. The
tlrst bottle gave Immediate relief, and
three bottles cured me permanently.
I gladly recommend this wonderful
remedy." For sale by F. (5. Frlcke &
Goes further, looks better and lasts
longer, ration's Sun Proof Paint.
Gcrlng&. Co. agents.
CEDAR LM SIOCK FARA1
Poled Durham Bulls
High Grade Pedigreed Stock.
Tel. Cedar Uwii Stock Firm.
J. D. FERGUSON
W. M. BARCLAY
The Yellow Front Saloon
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Beer, Wines and Liquors
Agent for thc Popular Willow Springs Bcci
Every Case and Keg Hears the I'nion Label
Note the Prices We ore MaHlng on Fine Old Wines and JWhlskles
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t0. H5 MAIM STREET
MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL
The Shop Whistle Will Hereafter be Used
as a Fire Alarm.
The council met In regular session
Tuesday evening. The most Import
ant business was the passing of the
ordinance prohibiting tlie use of cer
tain explosives, a copy of which ordi-
dinance appears elsewhere in this is
sue of the Journal. The annual ap
propriation bill was also passed and
will be found In full elsewhere in this
An ordinance having for its purpose
the removal of telephone and electric
light poles from Main street to the
back alleys, was read for the first
time and referred to the judiciary
committee, with Instructions to re
port at the next meeting. Also an or
dinance In reference to the removal of
signs was read and referred to the
The old fire bell, which has been In
adequate for its purpose, Is to be sub
stituted with something better. A
communication from one of the 15. &
M. olllclals was read in which was ex
tended the use of thc company'sboiler
house whistle for fire alarm purposes,
on condition that telephone connec
tions be secured from the central sta
tions of Nth telephone companies.
On motion of Mr. Newman of the fire
and water committee it was decided
to put the new system Into use pro
vided that the cost will not exceed the
sum of f:k.
A number of repairs were ordered
upon the streets in various sections of
The report of City Treasurer Clem
ents shows that on the 10th day of tiie
present month there was In his hands
the sum of (4,4mt.41.
The Eagles of the city were granted
the privilege of the street for their
Fourth of July celebration with the
understanding tliat no gambling will
be allowed and that a sufficient police
force w ill be provided for both day and
The report of Police Judge Weber
shows that during thc month of May
there were fourteen arrests, and that
the sum of 170.30 had been collected In
fines during that time.
The reports of the street commis
sioners and chief of police were re
ferred to the proper committees.
M. Hiatt. haulliikf cinders I 1 40
J. Fltverald. " fire rart 2 on
C. S. Hates, street work 27 00
J. It. Pat ridge, same 31 "Jo
J. P. Ebersole. repair work 4 7.1
K. Rice, street work 14 40
C. Hlnnlchsen, work 27 V
A. A. Illrzler, same to
F. Kauble, same 2."i
Ed White, ianltur work 3 no
(llve Jones, librarian 20 00
Public Library, expenses ti 70
T. Mnhoney, painting 3 00
V. llassnn, salary 10 oo
I A. Weldev. same ."0 00
J. Fitgerald. same to 00
W. Weber, same 30 oo
Eblnger Hardware Co., h'dware 13 ."
P. Llndsav. no7lenian 1 .r0
T. Mierwo'od. oliieman 3 oo
S Archer, watching property(2) 4 00
F. R. Rallance. same 2 ihi
E. Wurl, iinzzloman. I to
J. Cory, salarv 40 00
Platts. Tele. Co., tele, rent 2 oo
G. polsall, ww.lenian I M
L. t'otner. plpoman 1 to
J. W. Hrown, same 3 00
Ed Tutt, special police 12 00
E. Kildow, watching at fire 2 00
F. Kauble, hauling hose 2A
Plattsmouth Journal, printing.. 32 to
L. lvnson, t root work 3 oo
J. P. Patrldge, work 12 00
A. CI I ne, same 22 to
s. Archer, street work 10 3,'
J. It. Cottier, same 00
L. Rotter, same 7 to
E. Tltgcrald, same l'. M
C. 1 Alison, same 2 00
Eblnger Hardware Co., hardware 7.1
Pouton Rrldge Co., lumber.... 2 4'.t
F. M. Kichev. same V) S.j
TRADE REVIEW FOR THE WEEK,
Dui. Sayt Conditions Are Without Ma
New York, June 11 R. G. Dun &.
Co.'b Weekly Review of Trade Bays:
Current trade conditions are without
chaDge and collections continue slow
as a rule, but there la growing confi
dence in the future, dealers exhibit
ing an Inclination to prepare for tall
and winter on a larger scale. There
la still much complaint that the weath
er is unseasonable for distribution and
payments are not prompt. Reports
regarding the building trades are al
most uniformly favorable, structural
work increasing as the season ad
vances. Railway earnings, now prac
tically complete for April, show a loss
of only 2.8 per cent, compared with
last year, and surpass the correspond
ing month of any preceding year. The
decline In the cost of living has con
tinued without interruption since
List prices for iron and eteel prod
ucts are maintained In most cases,
mainly because of agreements
rather than the support of consump
tion. The supply Is limited. Some
evidence of weakness Is noted In
hides, both domestic and foreign, al
though actual changes tn quotations
Failures this week numbered 227.
' MRS. ELIAS IS DISCHARGED.
Negrees is Rearrested on a Second
Charge Piatt Has Feeble Memory.
New York, June 11. Mrs. Hannah
Ellas was discharged on motion of
Assistant District Attorney Rand at
the conclusion of the testimony of
John R. Piatt, the aged millionaire,
who caused her arrest for extortion.
Mr. Piatt proved a disappointing wit
cess. To questions bearing directly
on the charges on which the woman's
arrest had been made be answered re
peatedly, MI don't know." He did not
remember whether he had given Mrs.
Ellas large sums of money during the
last ten years, an charged, and did
Dot remember signing certain papers
in connection with the charges against
her. At soon as he had left the wlt
nesa chair Mr. Rand said: "Your
honor, I think the parties to this mis
erable scandal ought to be allowed to
ttew In their own grease." The magis
trate thereupon discharged the
woman. Immediately afterward Mrs.
Ellas was rearrested on a writ In the
civil suit brought against her by Mr.
riatt to recover $685,000. She was re
leased later on $20,000 ball.
Feel Impending Doom.
The feeling of impending doom in
the minds of many victims of Rrlght's
disease and diabetes has been changed
to thankfulness by the benefit derived
from taking Foley's Kidney Cure, it
will cure incipient Rrlght'sdlseaseand
diabetes, and even In the worst cases
gives comfort and relief. Slight dis
orders are cured in a few days. "I had
diabetes in its worst form.", writes
Marion Lee of I'unreath. Ind. '1 tried
eight physicians without relief. Only
three butties of Foley's Kidney Cure
made me a well man." For sale by V,
J. Frlcke & Co.
4 woo im woritiifi wmm
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Send for fr umplt.
SCOTT POW.NE, Cbemltt..
V4'l l'l Slrt, Ntw York.
jc. tad 1 1 oo all iruggUt.
The only one in Plattsmouth that car
ries a large assortment of suit
ings, fancy pantings and vest
ings for you to select from. All
work first-class and of the latest
styles.JSCleaning and repairing
given prompt attention.
, Room 227 Coates Block
Bottled isx Bond.
J Oil W BOTTLt.
is tbc Cbcapcet
In tbc EnM
Toor Whisky ie not only dis
agreeable to taste, but undoubted
ly injurious to the stomach. A lit
tie good Whisky is a fine tonic and
helps instead of harming. Such
Whiskies as Yellowstone, for in
stance, will do you just as much
good as a doctor's prescription. If
you don't know how good it ia
come in and try it.
GuckcnhcimcriRye, per gallon. . .14 00
Yellowstone, " "... 4 00
Honey Dew, " " ... 3 00
Big Horn, " "... 2 00
We take this opportunity of returninu' our
most sincere thanks for past favors, and solicit a
continuance of your patronage in the future.
During 1(.H1, we 6lmll endeavor to supply the
mnrket, ns usual, with that
Which Suits the People!
both in ijunlity and prices.
Wishing all a hnppy and prosperous year, we
invite all to come and be comforted by making
your purchases from the Inrgest furniture house
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