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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1904)
fur Muu, lliust or l'oultry.
.ir. I'm-, ! .;u iin, Ui-uUcm.
a uw for rr ity tur.
l'.ctit fur Hurwe tuluu-iita.
Hiulii rH up SthTJoiists.
curt- Frostbite uuJ Chilblains.
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iHaHiHitii iuti lor I iioh t ur.H all form ofKbiumnllsiii. cure- Caked Udder In cow u, .. cu. :, ... ., . .
always gives satisfaction.
driven out till intlanimutlou.
I tin Hi I .1. an
At a it i i ! nit; n I In' schii'.l I man I
Mi iin !. v ewiini,: V. V I'lun'liiT nf
Cliiiiliiui was rli'i li'il siiici inli'iiili'iil ,
Miss lirrilliv (i Illli W.'In clri'tol to
takf Miss lluwanl's pl;ice mi tin- liiM
iiitninciliali'. Miss Wurt. nf M unlock
as cUvtctl to till tin' varai't-v 1 t 1
Miss I .ai'r s ri signal i, in , 'I'lic assist-
llllt- pi lln'iji.ll li.ls Hot i 11 ' 1 1 c'-r!ri ! .
Miss l.ai-i v 1 1
MIIMItll to ti'arll Hi,' tilH, ;,u, si
If nidi's Wearc Vriv Sol iv In iim' Miss
IjIh'i'.v from mir ciirps of trachrrs, fur
sin; isnin'nf inn lii-st nisi mctors aiul
we do nut likr Ik niw 1 1. r iii. We cull
Uratulati" I 1 1 sun nit 1 1 upon Iht l'immI
judgment. In adding her to ilicir force
of Inst nit'lois.
. K. Croinweil, the Miinlar land
lord of the Hotel Cihbnii. met will) an
unfortunate accident Friday after
noon which partially disahles lilm fur
the present, lb' was carrying a case
of strawlierries to the hack door of the
hotel and In passing t he hay window
lie stepped oil' t he narrow walk and fell
In such a way as to strike his right
hand with considerable force on the
sharp edge of the crate, cutting a deep
gash of some length in (he lleshy por
tion of the hand ahovo the thiiinh.
Horn -To Mr. and Mrs. O'o Olson, a
daughter, on Wednesday, .lime I, l'.HU.
Horn -To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cap
pen, Jr., on Saturday, June I, a daugh
ter. Mrs. Christ ensei) was down bedfast
last week. Her health has heeu very
poor for some time.
Fur mm report Ing at thisoillce state
that prospects were never brighter for
a big fruit crop of all kinds except the
pears in some localities.
Joseph Ilaslain returned from Alva,
Okla., last Friday. Mr. Haslam will
remain hero during the summer, and
lias not yet decided whether or not he
will move down there In the fall.
Marrled-.U the home of Mr. Holm,
Tuesday evening, June 7, Rev. (i. II.
Moulton, ollU'latlng, Mr. 1!. F. Rey
nolds of Penver, Col., and Mrs. Sarah
Henninger of Weeping Water.
Miss llattio Lyman, who holds the
day position at the central telephone
olllce, lias been coutineil to her homo
for some days with a painful case of
Ivy poisoning. She Is improving nice
ly, wv! are glad to learn.
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, in south Weeping Water, Mr.
William 1'. Wright ami Miss Lilly!
"Htzpatrlck, on Wednesday evening,
June I, P.ev. I. S, lionegan, of liable,
ullldating. There were about tifty
friends and relatives present to wit
ness the ceremony and to oiler hearty
congratulations. The quests partook
of an elaborate wedding supper pre
pared by Mrs. Fitpatrick. The hap
py couple received a large number of
wedding presents. After a short trip
to Missouri they have gone to house
keeping' on Mr. Lasch's farm east of
M in ui's team, hai tics and lnu'i-v I r r
week, the guilty out's are the ame
thai dime oil I.oi.K u: ei sen's mules
and rig The peo,i!e in He Wi-inHy of
Neiiawk.i may hive 1 1 i i iiiin jet,
but as i t t hey ai'' mil in pus it ion to
fasten I lie guilt on t lie suspects.
SukiI By His Doctor.
"A docloi luie liassiii'd me or iL'.'iil
which I claiiin'd was rees.sive lor a
case ot choir i a moi mis." a s 1 1. Wii ite
of Caoclirila. ( al. ".l Hie dial be
praised his medical sUiiland medicine.
1 asked him If It was noi Chamberlain's
( 'ohe, ( 'inileia and I i;;i i -in i ,i He u.v'd.
as I had yod reason to I ehe.' it was.
and he would m,t say nu ler oath t hat
it was n it," No doctor coiiM use a
bet ler lemeilv t ban t his in a case ol
cholera morbus: it never fails Sold by
all d ru nists.
l-'Mlll Hie I.r.nli r IVIl.l.
ierger left Weddesdav for a
; matter will probably be settle I one
' way or another very soon.
Mrs. I.enora Harris of Massena.
I Iowa, and M is (.ardner or Atlantic,
ilowa, dairliteis of ,,nr worthy tit i
j en. John Am, have been here this
week visiting their father and ciher
i reiat ives.
;ienn Iioinie lias been very sick sev
eral days, routined to his bed on ac
count of a severe attack of rheiima
t ism. He is reported to be improv iui
and it is tlioe.,l he WH v,h . .ls
k'ood as new.
:i rau e in
I'roni tin- ller.tlil
Win. I'olt. carried away from the
city mill an so check for hH) husliels
of wheat, last Saturday.
County Superintendent Wort man
was in town Tuesday holding teach
ers' examination. About twenty
teachers were in attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. Wash lhillis departed
Monday eveniiiir for St. Louis. From
there they no to Canada, where they
will spend the summer with his
brothers and sisters In and near Wa
terloo. The Weeping Water band will spend
the fourth in F.limvood, supplying mu
sic for the (!. A . . re-union which Is
held in that place June W and July 1,
2, :t and I.
W. J. r.ryau and family, and lnem-j
hers of his newspaper stall, spent Sat-1
urday in Wabash. They were down
for an outing and the children as well
as the urown folks spent a pleasant
ilay. A K'ood many of Mr. Hiyan's
stanch friends reside in Wabash and
I!. A. McCanu returned from a three
months' trip last Wednesday, and is
now making preparations to move to
Kansas, where he has land near Stock
ton. He thinks the climate there will
apree with Mrs. McCann's health bet
ter than here.
Ex-Represcntatlve Orton looks over
a new pair of tfold spectacles since his
fiOtli birthday last Thursday. If he'd
bad some ifold tilled teeth to masti
cate the (Jinner Ids better half pre
pared that day for the compauy din
ner, It would also have been appre
ciated. From remarks heard rejfardlntf the
parties whom it is believed stole II. p
visit at Wabash and l'lattsniouth.
We hear that I. I,. Cartinell lias
none into the real estate business at
(liver iiothwell's little boy cut ids
foot on a piece of tin last week, a very
serious abcess result inir.
Fool halls must he it paying industry
In Lhnwood, applications for two more
now lit'iner before the hoard
John Hoover has been feeding a bin
steer In his yards here. Tuesday he
sold 1 ti m in South Omaha for the neat
sum of -,. "Stand up for Nebraska."
The little nii'l of I 'Jive Kunz, resid
ing live miles southwest of Klmwood,
fell olT of a chair one day last week
and struck her knee on the screen
door liinne, cutting an nnly lmsIi two
and one-half Inches lonn just under
(he knee pan. Several stitches were
required to close the wound.
Cjuite an exciting runaway, in which
Miss IJhena Towle, primary teacher In
our school, proved herself quite a her
oine and an able manager of horses,
occurred about midnight last night.
K. K. Neit.el, of M unlock, and the
Misses Lhenaand Eunice Towle were
starting home from the dance. The
girls were in the buggy and Mr. Neit
zel was just stepping In when one of
the horses kicked him, cutting a terri
ble gash in one of his bands and
throwing him to the ground. The
horses then started to run. Miss Eu
nice succeeded in jumping out but her
sister remained in the buggy. The
horses were going south on the dead
run, and as tliey passed the gas light
at the American Exchange bank Miss
Lheua noticed the lines lying out on
the tongue. Pluckily leaning far for
ward, she succeeded in grasping them
and had the team under control by the
time they reached the lumber yard, so
that It turned out to be a very lucky
runaway arter all. Mr. Neitzel'shand
was quite badly injured, requiring
several stitches to close the wound.
Neither of the girls were injured In
the least, nor was a thing broken
about the harness or buggy.
(ieorge Fleming of ( Keen!
Wednesday evening trom Lincoln
where he lias been nttending school,
and mad" Ins manv I'mon friends a
visit. As he was only a small lad
when tic lainllv lett here four years
ago, he is not readily recognized be
cause he Is now large enough to wear
Ihree of Cuinn's high school boys
began college work tills week, cioyd
Steele and Harry Mct'arroll went t
r i i ....... i
i-iiiroiii in iaue a niorougii course in
Wesleyau University, and Ham
Craves went to Nebraska City to taki
up short hand hi the business cnllegi
ine runs express determination to
win, and all their friends will encour
age inein with best wishes fortheh
The Independent Telephone c mi
pany ueai Keneu to me praver of our
people and has a force of men at work
setting poles to extend the lines t
number of the' farms southwest of
here, and they expect to run the wires
next week. The material on hand at
present is not sulllclent to run more
than about sixteen miles of service,
which will fail short of supplying all
the farmers who are wanting 'phones,
but the company will use what mate
rial is on hand, and continue the work
ns soon as some more poles can be se
For a Hundred Years.
For a hundred years or more Witch
Hazel has been recognized asasuperior
remedy, but it remained for E. C. Tie
Witt it Co. of Chicago, to discover how
to combine the virtues of Witch Hazel
with other antiseptics in the form of
salve. DeWItt's Witch Hazel Salve U
the best salve in the world for sores.
cuts, burns, bruises and piles. The
high standing of this salve lias given
rise to counterfeits, and the public is
advised to look for the name '-heWitt"
on the package, and accept no other.
Sold by F. G. i'ricke & Co.
Fresh testimony in great quantity
is constantly coming in, declaring lr.
King's New IMscovery for Consump
sumption Coughs and Colds to be une
qualled. A recent expression from T.
J. Mcl'arland. lientonvllle, Va., serves
as example, lie writes: "I had bron
chitis for three years and doctored all
the time without being benetltted.
Then I began taking Ir. King's New
IMscovery. and a few bottles wholly
cured me." Equally cllective in cur
ing all lung and throat troubles, con
sumption, pneumonia and grip. Guar
anteed by F. ;. Fricke - Co.. drug
gists. Trial bottles free, regular sizes
"0c and j l.oo.
Troth tin' IJi'tfNti r.
Horn, Wednesday evening, June S,
I )J, to Mr. and Mrs. V. I'. Sheldon, a
M. G. Kime sold his bunch of cattle
I I Spearman the first of the week, re
chhig ,"i cents per pound.
The brick masons arrived from Nc-
Menrv Knabe, Mrs. Hehnis and Mrs.
Hefs lehiniH home Tin's lav evening
fl' "11 St. L nils. They did not see
main os the wonderful sights nor eti
j''' I h" trip, as they were up aainsi a
continuous inin nearly all t.. nme
they were there.
I. F. Heekuer. from I n i- n. w ,1 b bis
coin shelling paraphernalia, has been
devoi ing the nasi v.e.'k t.i h.n' I work.
In four das he shell, , ,.( ii.ji husli
els of corn !'o a. F. M ui in. ai.d com.
iiieiiced im:ii".!i i eiv atlerwaid on
Frank Sln-l,!o,i c i crin, shelling
out all-Hit li.noi) lu.shels The market
price is up and' our business men ar
taking advantage i,f t lie rise by un
loading their coin cubs.
F. G. Fricke & Co.
asu the reailersor tins paper to test the
value of luulol Dyspepsia (.aire. Those
persons who have used it and who have
neeii cured hy it, do not hesitate to re
commend it to their friends. Kodol
digests what you eat, cures indiges
tion, dyspepsiaand all stomach troubles
Increases strength by enabling the
stomach and digestive organs to con
tribute to the blood all of the nutri
ment contained In the f.xid. Kodol
Hyspep.sia Cure is pleasant and palata
1'riiiii tln I- no rpr lsi'.
Clarence Hatfield is here visiting
with the Clymer boys.
Miss Hlack is here visiting with her
aunt, Mrs. Jas. S. Lytic.
Walter Wiezenhurg left last Thurs
day for Oklahoma to be gone several
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harton of I'latts-
moutli visited friends here one day
Mrs. S. M. Stradley and Miss Lillie
are visiting In Lincoln at the home of
MissCllne, of Colorado Springs, is
here visiting her grandparents, Mr. j
and Mrs. J. CI ine.
Wm. WaUers was home from Kan
sas City over Sunday visiting his fam
ily. Mrs. Walters .accompanied him
as far as Omaha on his return.
John and Grant MelTord went to
Jennings, Kan., Monday, called there
by a message stating that their sis
ter, Mrs. J. V House was not expected
Jacob Hardnock, an old settler of
this county, died Friday in Alvo. Mr.
Hardnock had been a sufferer from
heart trouble and dropsy for about
two years. He bad manv friends and
acquaintances in this city who will be
sorry to hear of his death.
An Alarm Clock for 25c.
If you want to get up early and feel
good all day take a Little Early Riser
or two at bed time. These famous
little pills relax the nerves, give quiet
rest and refreshing sleep, wltli a gen
tie movement of the bowels about
breakfast time. W. II. Howell, Hous-
braska City Thursday and began work ' ton, Tex., says, "Early Risers are the
on the new bank
Sheriff McHride, as well as others
who have been assisting in the search
for a clew to the thieves who stole
Sturm's buggy and team last week
h ive so far failed to run the fellows
best phi made for constipation, sick
headache, biliousness, etc." Sold hy
F. G. Fricke Co.
1 rem tne lleiu'un.
Zetta Venner returned Mon
I'rel 1 Hie I.eiltitT.
Chas. S. Stone, the Innocent and
smiling cashier of the Murray bank,
was here on business Monday after
noon. Tims. Slagle and wife, pioneer resi
dents of this part of the county, were
here yesterday, and left on the noon
train for Hurr. Neb.
Mrs. Frank Holslngtoii arrived Sun
day night from Julietta. Idaho, and
will make an extended visit with her
parents and other relatlvesand friends
in this vicinity.
Harvey Manners of Murrav has been
here this week to superintend
work of extending telephone
to some of the fatms southwest
Joseph Malcolm came over from
Avoca again Tuesday to Investigate
the flouring: mill proposition, and the
Fifty Years iha Standard
Miss Goodale was a visitor here Mon- dav from a week's visit with friends
tiay and met tnesciioi board, and on 'at I'lattsmoutli.
her return home was notified by the! Miss Edna M. Townsend of Good
Weeping Water school board that Iter 1 land. Kas.. ishere visiting her brother.
application had been accepted. ! Ir. Townsend, and wife.
I C. Viiiwl,.,-li,.l, ., i.. r u.. I Miss Nellie MeClintie had the oU
... .uiMLiiaii i' i.i mum ...... ..... v.,,.
last Friday morning via the Missouri 1 1'H"tograph building moved onto her
Paciiic, returning in the fveniiic i fan" a niilo cast f town last week.
lie was accomnai! eil home bv Miss I'bnr lie l'rlciv who was r.ik-en vi.rir
Lottie, who had been attending school 'sick Wednesday of last week, was able
at University l'lace. , to reoort fordutv again Monday morn-
The farmers are putting in good
time in their corn fields cultivating,
and but few have been to town this
It was reported here this week that
Al Money, formerly section foreman at
this place, but now of Lincoln, was
married at Wahoo Wednesday.
Iied. at his home In Eagle, Nebras
ka, on Friday, June J, I'.mj, Mr. F. A.
Ollerinan. Deceased was in his .3rd
year. Mr. Ollerman was a victim of
that dread disease, consumption, and
for the past two years bis health has
been slowly falling until last winter
when he had a severe attack of the
grippe, since which he failed very
rapidly until death relieved him of
his suffering. He leaves a wife and
three children one boy and two girls
beside other relatlvesand a host of
friends . to mourn his death. Mr.
Ollerman moved his family to this vi
cinity about nine years ago, and for
several years was engaged in the nur
sery business. A year ago last March
he was appointed postmaster.
Improvu thi flavor and adds to
thi hialthfutnm of thi food.
PftlCI BARIwa MWDIM 00.
F.G. Fricke & Co
In suitings, trouserings and for
overcoats are now to be seen in all
the latest novelties from English,
Scotch ami American manufactu
rers. We will make your Spring
overcoat or suit in the best and
swellost stylo and of artistic ele
gance at a reasonable price.
Fifth and Main Ms. Upstairs
Goods at the
WHY PAY MORF.
When you can buy iroods at IT A Ynp.V .f . . .
Pocket book Thound. of thrifty buyer, in the past month
M ,Z,rey OIc their
Have You Tried It Yet? Do So At Once.
AM Nr-s. joo yards colln thread In
blac ci white, iier spool 1c
id yard Beldirj Bros, sowina silk in
Iiyard iiool at 6c
Si.oo pearl but:on por doiien 2 I 2c
ti.oo psarl buttons per dozen 10c
Spsolal line of n top sleeve laces
worth -:sc to ti.oo on sale at 50c, jjc
JSC and 19c
Pure linpn Kinlt.n.hl.1.
- . .. ...... usu, vUIHt c.u
& . A
Silks from Sweetser-Pembrook
Silks for shirtwaist suits lor 89c
Yard wide si!k and linen ponnee 69c
Yard wide white and black wash silkt
35- inch black Wateretle TaHeta for
coats. It is waterproof, worth : 00
New ihipment silks just received for
19c and 33c
and fancy yoke
in white ;.nd
I'.lcto 3'Jo, all
From the Sweetser-Perrr
All 50c silk pinyhams
50c Scotch suitings, 3Uc
Scotch suiting and
French orsandies ba
tiitea worth 25c to 50c
French batistes, 33
new colorings, Scotch
und Irih diiuitic, lin
en 6uitinrs, 3U-in per
cales, black watecn3 at
shi r t s and
plus stock of a
50c values at
Men's Outing Coat or
A lot of cdJ coats and
pants out of suits which
sold for from So to f 10.
All 6iz's, great variety
of fubiics. The great
est 8nnp ever otTered in
this kind ol goods. To
dispose of the lot per
garment $ . 5Q
Is the l.irucst
and best enuip
ltd to fulfill
your every need
of any iu the
west and our
prices the Liw.
25c Boys' Wash
A job lot of l)oys
wash pants which
we secur6il at a
great bargain but
which aro regular
25c values. Aces
O A . i "...
o to iu years, a
colors. Per jukir
Groceries the Purest, Stock the Largest
Prices the Lowest.
To secure these prices
mention this ad. as they are
DodVest. Hayden Bros., Ks
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