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THE EFFECTS OF LIMBERGER
A Small Boy 6etj into Trouble Over i
A ynuiik' fclluw, nut a tliniKiiid iiilics
from riutlMiiciiith. not himself into
trouble l:y tin acii'i'taiic of a ;u-k;tre
of hmhuturr iIhtm !r. in tin rm'ery
man. where his father puichavil tils
supplies, ami tliis K tin' 11 Hiiiicr In
Iikli he relates hlsexptileiit'e to the
"Maviitiiie to buy a hill at the
$ .ver'snot lomr sliur. The Ws
ImikI the counter tinw me a pn-senl of
wmetlili'tf wppred In a piece vt silver
papr which lie tuld me wa-liiiihiirjror
cheese. When 1 uol ontslile the simp
1 opened the paper, ami when 1 smelt
what was Inside 1 felt tired. 1 took It
home and put It In the wood shed; in
the morning 1 went to It a'aln No
IkiiIv had taken it. Father and moth
er were netting ready to no to church.
J put a ieee in the hark pocket of
pa's pantsand another In the lining of
ma's lnulT. I wa ked U'liiml when we
Minted to church. It was lieninnlun
to net warm. When we k,'"t tochunh
father looked anxious and mother
lo iked like siimetliiin; had happened.
Aft-r the lirst hymn mother told
fat her imt to sinn aniiln 'ul to keep
Ids mouth shut and hreathe throunh
his nose. After prayer perspiration
Mood on father's hrow ami t he people
In the next pew to us n"l up and
walked out. After the next hymn
father told mother she had better n"
out ami air herself. Alter the second
lesson some of ihc church wardens
came around to see If there were any
(lead rats In the chim h. Some more
people near our pew ot up ami went
out, holdlnn their noses as they went.
The parson said they had heller close
the sermon and hold a meet inn outside
and discuss the sanitary condition of
the church. Fattier told mother they
had better no home one at a time.
Mother told father to no home Hie
nearest, way and disinleel himself be
fore she not there. When they both
p't home they both not Into the front
room, Inn they didn't speak lor some
time. Mot Iter spoke lirst. She told
father to put the cat out doors as she
thounht It was noinn to be sick. It
was sick before he could net it out.
Mother told father not to sit so near
the tire as It, only made matters worse.
Just then the servant nirl come in
n ml asked If she should raise the win
dows as the room felt very close. Fath
er went up stairs and channeil his
dot lies and took a hot hath. Mother
took father's clothes and offered them
to a tramp who said: Thanks, kind
lady, they are a hit too liinl) for me.'
Mother threw them over the fence In
to the creek. Father was afterwards
summoned for poisonlnn the llsli.
Mother went to bed. Just then fath
er had a note sent him. lie came to
wish me nood ninht about ten o'clock
in the evening with the note in one
hand and a razor strap in the ether.
1 fi"t under the bed. The people next
door thounht we were heatinn carpets
In the house. I can't sit down com
fortably yet 1 have niven what I
li!d left of Hint limhiirer cheese to
my little sister. I thounht it was a
Jity to waste it.''
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you ir you used
I'r Kinn's New Life Fills. Thousands
or sufferers have proved their match
less merit for sick and nervous head
aches. They make pure hlo.nl and
build up your health, Only lY cents,
money hack If not cured. Sold by V.
Frlcke - Co., drunnlsts.
W. M. BARCLAY
$ The Yellow Front Saloon
Agent for the Popular Willow Springs Beer
F.very Case and Keg Hears the 1 'iilon Label
MJh! PrisJl are Making on
J Canadian Cluh. k-allmi
Wisldllli! llollillet live. Kill, m
.1 Silver WedilliK. itaillm.
v; Maysvllle Colli. K iilen
( I Md Kashltiued t'iik,sl. k-iVlnii
XI. S. Ilond Siur Mash. i;:;i,in
j .Vlontnise live, gallon ,.
White Hye. k'allon
' t ttiichetiheluier liye. ualleuj
7 Anderson Co. W hiskey, k-alloti!.
('I Ali-nliol. ltl iMof. (tallnn ..
.i MoiionitalieU Kye. Kulleii
( Hid Olery. ailon
(' Cal! and See Us or
NO. 415 MAIM
$2,000 la Premiums
Is offered for County Collective Ki
hihitsal the Nebraska State Fair, to
tie held at Lincoln Aunust Jl'thto Sep
tember 2, l'.io4, and these premiums
will In-paid in full without occount.
It is also piovided that a!! County
Collective Kxhlbits winch meet certain
requirements as specitled in t lie pre
mium list shall be awaided at least
Harvest will soon he at hand and this
Is the lust time to secure choicer peci
mens of nrain and grasses tor a Collec
tive Exhibit. In each congressional
distilcl in the state the followinn
premiums are offered to school child
ren for collections of Iwth native ami
cultivated grasses, viz: To any pupil
or student Is yeais of line or under, of
anv school district in either the Firs'
Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth or kjuth
congressional district in Nehr.vka:
I lest and largest eollectlr,u of Native
grasses, lo. Second lcsl , t
llest and largest collection cultivat
ed grasses, HO. Second hrsti, .'.
The total amount thusoliered isbo,
or ;io to each ctuigrcsMonal district.
These are piTiulunis worthstrivlng for
and now Is the time to begin makinn
Send lo U. V. Furnas, llpiwnvilie,
Nebraska, for a premium list which
nives full particulars
Count Them Double.
Van ( Irheeck. the I Hitch painter,
noted for his extravagant life, fell
sick, and physicians assembled at his
bedside, were fnundiun some hopes on
his age. Hut the artist said: "(!ent!e
meii, have no renard for my Id years:
you must count, them double, for I
have lived day and ninht." A man of
best age, hut exhausted, because he
did not know the value of life. Many
of us do the. same; relvinn on their
physical strength, they give no rest to
their body and mind, they do not re
new the vinor and enemy spent, and
thev usually die prematurely. Tri
ner's American Kllxirof Hitter Wine,
would restore their strength, would
renew their blood, would make them
healthy and vinoroiis. It cures every
stomach, every indinest lou, every
bioodflisease. Heing made of pure
grape-wine, it has a delicious taste,
and a decidedly stimulating effect, on
all parts of the body. The advantages
over other blood-purilieis are that it
contains no potash or mercury, that it
does not spoil the stomach, that every
member of the family can use it, air.l
that its effect is In all casesadmirable.
At drug stores. .Jos. Triner, V.i.i So.
Ashland avenue. Chicago, 111., I'ilseu
St it ion.
Mrs. J. Benson, 210 S. 16, Omaha, Htb.
The P. !. Corset No. MiU, of French
Ciutille, sl.es 20 to :M, is a special fa
vorite with all stout figures, ;!..0. 1'.
I). Corset No. 1.".4, for stout, medium
and slender ligures, J.thi. Nemo Cor
set from 1. no to !."iiH. 1'. N. Corset,
with cork pad, steel protector, from
I.iki to .'.oo. We carry all popular
makes. The most popular Corset
Waists are the Eiiui poise, Ferris and
the new iMuhlc V.
Wt'UlTrr lli- llllllilri'ii Hollars liew:tnl fur
liny cum' of Catarrh lliul rummi lie cured hy
llull' Cuturrli C lire.
I . .1. CIIKNKY CO.. Toledo. ( I.
We, the undersigned, have known K. .1.
Clieiii y for I lie lit-l l.i years, anil In lleve lilni
perfeeily luuioralile In all Inislness iransae
llniis mid II mi ii-lit I ly anle to rarrynut any uli
llk'alliius nuide liy Ills linn.
W 'AI.IH.M1. Kisnan & Maiivix.
Wholesale I inm'tflsts, Toledo. O.
Mail's Catarrh l lire Is lake Internally, iiet
lun illnvily on the IiUhhI and nnircnis surfaces
of the s) st fiii. Test Inionlals sent free. Price
J cents imt Isittie. sold hy all druititlsls.
'lake Mull's I'amliy I'lllnfnr cuiisilpittleii.
Fine Old Wines and Whiskies
Ki'Val Tl.-i r t.iu irai'.on
Ne.soii Count v hUUey. k-allnn.
J'eaeh I r. li:r.l. k-:llii
Musi-atel U inc. kMiinu
jioyal Pert inc. k-ailon.. ..
neva! sin rrv. i;;,.n
Aiik-cllea Ini'. Dillon
Muiim'a Wine, k-uilmi
IIIiickUTry llrmidv. miUon.
Mk- Ih.r elk-lit k-ar.ims . ..
hei! He r- incs
Case lleer- unarts. two doen .!
( use I'., cr- ilnts, threv doi n.. .
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Your Orders !v M.nil
FINE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
. . L ! Murray-AtrjMKe,m.dy, Tina Ha-
Reception at t!u Higli Sshesl Building ij(u-tt.mrMe Alllvm All,,.onve
Int.rntlr Iffilr I."'.'l'a "dieand Nehie Hell.
interesting Affair. c,,i,rt cvkAi1l(. Wl ;Ti, M;llKle
The teachers of Ciss ce.i'ty. aei-onj I'a J
lug to Mayor (it-ring, have H.e tr.v -
dom of the city
they please ami f.o as H ey
without Interference I nun toe
At the nceplioi) Motnlav
. i i . i ... . i : t.
loin tneiii tins iii so iii.tn ,,,f
delivered tliem over .v.. ,., ,
tn.t l.umo.ous appprj,,'..
After the. r.-.jyojXj afH,ess a Pr
gram P'.eparxsl tir the n-casion was
rt'"'nl. Vis Lucile Hates sang
fhr S'urutier Hoafand in response to
ciKHire rendered "Iavie Jones' Launh-tt-r."
The audience seemed to appre
ciate lxith pieces very highly.
Then followed the address of Mrs.
Stoutenboiougli, and it is needless to
say that her remarks were of that na
ture as to inspire every teacher pres
ent. Mrs. Stoutenliorougli is a most
pleasing speaker and has a (acuity for
drawing the most strict attention.
Her address Instilled in th- minds i t
tluise in whose inteiest she spoke many
thoughts for future reference in then
profession. Mrs. Stoutciiiroiigli was
followed hy Miss Kdith Martin, who
sam; "Mayti " in a most pleasiin:
manner and wliich delighted hei
hearers. Miss Maitio is one of those
happy little souls who is right at home
wherever you place lier in the school
room, or as an instructor i'i the insti
tute. Siiperiutdndent ionise was calieu
upon by County Superintendent Wort
man, and of course, the projessur, al
ways being prepared forsuch emergen
cies, entertained the teachers with a
few well chosen remarks. Superin
tendent Sherman followed I'M. Koiim
and as this was an evening for a go m
social iime, in- interspersed his re
marks with witticism-, the same as
the gentleman that preceded hiie.
After the remarks of I'm. Sherman,
Superintendent Wortinan read the
following telegram dated at Waboo:
"Knthusiastic Saunders cuunly
teachers send greetings to Cass county
teachers." .1. W. Masolk,
The following reply was sent:
"We unanimously vote thanks and
return greetings with best wishes.''
Fruit punch was provided by the
city teachers, which was served by
several of Plattsmouth's most, beauti
ful little misses.
The regular course of lectures' as
planned Is heing attended by the
teachers generally and by many of our
citizens. The subjects are interest
ing and are well received by the audi
tors. I'criiaps a larger number of
teachers are present than were expect
ed. The ladies (Cod bless them!) can
always be depended upon to be on
hand when there is anything enter
taining going on. Let it al-o be said,
to their credit, that the ladies largely
preponderate at the institute, which
is perhaps the reason everything Is
working so smoothly-they have the
power to make the male attendants
"stand around and behave them
selves." X'tmsiderhik' evervthltiv' rhp
auenuaiice is quite large and more
than usual Interest Is manifested.
Following is a list of teachers pres
ent: l'lattsmouth Mrs. May Morgan,
Misses Loretta Clark, Klla Kennedy,
Maude McCullocli, Emma Edwards,
Mary Tutt, Mabel Freest;, Anna John
son, Hertlia Kennedy, Francis Iliber,
Alma Hodman, Hilda Hoswlck, Lydia
Taylor, Amelia Martens, Cora Walker,
Matde Hayes, Nellie Whaleii, Clara M.
Walker, Lettle Smith, Hattie E.
Fight, (Jladys Ackerman, Evelyn Tav-
lor, Hlrdella Smith, Emma Freshman,
ernaCole, Myrtle Levlngs, Anna
Helsel.Mary Trilety, Julia Kerr. Susie
Shopp, Elizabeth Mason.Josie Velinek,
and C. C. MotTet.
Weeping Water-Kate Ku-sell, Es
ther Mansfield. Nellie Hird, Ella Iom
Ino, Annette Woods. Mildred Hart,
Lena Hums. Mabel Ha vis, FloydCana
dy, Ina liarmer, Sterling Emmons,
Edith M. Johnson. Hernlce Coodale,
Walter Kressen, Ethel Cordon! Sarah
Coleman, Fern Halston. Lee Holden,
John Fate. Mertle Fowler, Pearl Wil
kinson. I'nion-LueHa Taylor. Carrie Han
ning, Alice Thrall, llosa o'Domiel',
Nettie Turner. Louise Mlekle, Minnie
Taylor, Mina Lynn.
Elm wood -Laura Miller, Anna Ho
lcnback, Coyne Clirlstianson, Craee
Tolburst, Millard C. I.etller, f-adle
lllvett. May Sias.
Wahash-E E. Fowler, Teresa Tighe,
A.M.Towle, Evelyn Colden. Mahle
Louisville -C. M. IVtcrs-m. Leda
Koss. Mary MeCrew, Cora Isniav.
Mynard-Nellie Jean, Millie Vuibbs,
Murdi-ck-Euima l'lckwell. IMelle
, Charlotte WurU.
Alvo-Irene Nickel, llarhara Nickel.
Hetlmny-Etta Crahtree, Certrudo
Nehawka-Harris T. Massle. Ltra
Manley-Lillian C. Tighe, Eugene
Ashland-Edith Moon, Carrie Hrush,
MaU-l Atw . .d. Lynn Hrush.
,ia? "': Etlxl lnl,n.
ery, urace t- neuv
i Mati dry'?, Omaha; M ie Camel-
On. Stiuth lU-nd; Minnie llorsh. Lin-
coin: Ltiuise Maiiuardt. Avtica: Eilie
We'-ier, Ctuversiiy l'mce;Cuia Estnay,
Valley: (ira!dln Mt.ckdale, Vutan:
M. L. Fowler. Pacific Junction.
The Old Reliable Dealers
BEST ICE ON EARTH
And are Ready t Deliver it
in Anv Ouantitv.
Orders Promptly Filled
'lat Ismouth N'os. 2. 71! and
N-'hraska No. "2
Still lead all other Meat Markets in
furnishing the people of I'iatts
inonth and vicinity with
First Class Meats
Of Every Description.
Fresh and SmoHed Meats,
Fresh Fish, Lard, Etc. Etc
They have removed to the lirst room
west of their old stand.
Py courteous treatment to all they
hope to retain their present patrons
and gain many new ones.
ClmlleDtf'Coniiiiirlw n In (juuiit
Heaiovitm of Household G ootid a
SiH-einltv. Also, Ilenvy
Curat Coldti Prtvantt Pnaumonla
and CURE tmk LUNGS
OLOS Frc Trill.
biirvat nd Uuickttt Uur for ail
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONET BACK.
ii Meit.iy ,Vt: an'1 fr yownir n,en ;i
for l'u-li is. nrrr'nii i
Business. Shortbrnd and Typtwrttlng.
Prtparatory sad Ttttgrtphy
Special Frtturrf 1 Tea 'hers of ku.-cessfu l,usinessp, rU ncc . Kvcelieiit .,iuii)iiieiit.
:i IIiomjIi. (irietlcul t nurses 4. IVrs-nal Inter, st Int a. h student, i. Ansls
tiiiiee In e-urliik- iiiployment.
Catalogue Free Write tV Lincoln Business Collerje. Lincoln, Neb.
Poled Durham Bulls
High Grade Pedigreed Stock
Tele Cedar Lawn Stock Farm
Want your moustache or beard
abeautlful brown or rlchblack? Use
f Bottled in Bond,
PLATTSMOUTIT. - .
jj jii Limit. '
We lake this opportunity of returning our
most sincere tlmnks fr past favors, and solicit a
continuance of your patronage in the future.
During I'.XH, we shall endeavor to supply the
market, as usual, with that
Which Suits the People!
both in quality and prices.
Wishing all a happy and prosperous year, we
invite all to come and be comforted by making
your purchases from the largest furniture house
I'd yo.inif umn ln Kre th. isiunhly tmincd
o.- eol,.c In meet ll.v u. n.al.d.
J. D. FERGUSON
The great rule of health
Keep the bowels repular
And the great medicine
Ayer s Fills.
i. C. Avar Co
MfluHMffiA J" J.f
Tl fvm of
m n.J Choice
1 G. FRANZ EN "
The nly otic in Plattsmouth that car
ries a lare assortment of suit
ings, fancy pantins and vest
ing for you to select from. All
work firsc-class and of the latest
styles. Cleaning and repairing
given prompt attention.
Room 227 Coates Block
Plattsmouth - Nebraska.
is the Cheapest
In tbc JCnM
Toor Whisky ia not only dis-acret-nble
to tnste, but undoubted
ly injurious to the stomach. A lit
tle 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 kuow how good it is
come in and try it.
Guckenheimcr.nye, per gallon. . .14 00
Yellowstone, " " ... 4 OG
Honey Pew, " " ... 3 00
liltf Horn, " "... 2 00
- - NEBRASKA
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