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the best of the bargain in that tussle.
We have come to the Conclusion, though,
that our Patrons always got the Best
Bargains in Clothing when
Dealing with Us.
ily'They cannot find such style or quality as we are ofiVriny at such
low prices. Call in and see if we cannot interest you.
The Old Reliable Dealers
H. C. McMaken
BEST ICE ON EARTH
And are Ready to Deliver it
in Any Quantity.
Orders Promptly Filled
riattsniouth Nos. 72. eland 21'.)
Xebiaska No. 72
for chUdrtni tafe, ur. Mo opiaft
Dr. H. J. MCARTHUR
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
i Successor to Ir. .1. M. inim.)
COATS BLOCK. Plattsmouth 'Phone 28
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
f J- eaBSsaai"" "'
Aerie No. 365 ORDER OF EAGLES
r. Halmes' Grove is
town, and tnere will
Good Dancing, Good Music, Good Order, Good Refreshments, Good Peo
ple to mingle with and a rattling good time all round.
You raio Welcome,
1 UC IIIUUIXC
Have never come to the
Two Personally Conducted Excursions
to Boston, via Burlington
Special excursion to Huston loaves
Lincoln August 11 at ii p. in. in chaw
of Chaplain II. It. Randall. A second
excursion leaves Lincoln August 1:1 at
r . tn. in dm rue. of .1. 1!. Ferguson.
Through tourist cars from Omaha.
Short stops at the show places of the
east. A chance to return via St.
Louis and see the World's Fair the
greatest creation by the hand of man.
If you are tik'in iiii.' on the trip talk
with our avrent about these excursions
a very low rate for the round trip:
with all conditions most favorable or
write me. L. W. Wakki.ey,
Ft. 1'. A., Rutiingion ltoute,
$2.15 to Lincoln and Return.
On account of the Epworth League
Assembly the Burlington will sell
tickets to Lincoln and return at $11"),
on August 1 to 11, inclusive.
An educational, interesting and
amusing program Is offered, to which
the following will contribute:
Ir. Frank Bristol, Cov. Lal'olette
of Wisconsin, I r. John Merritte Dri
ver. Ir. Hyron W. King. Dr. N. 1!. C.
King, Koss Crane. (Jail Laughlin, Wil
der F. Crafts, Samuel Dickie, C. S.
rainier, Lotus Glee Club, Mrs. Minnie
Marshal Smith. Dr. Toyokiclii lyenaga
of the University of Chicago, I'rof. L.
D. Eichhorn, and the Original Slayton
Write for pamphlet "Souvenir Tal
ent", which will tell you all about it.
L. W. Wakki.kv,
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Omaha, Neb.
'TIs said a bottle and a glass
Will make a person mellow,
But Rocky MountainTea'stliedrink
That livens up a fellow.
Sunday, August 14
Nick Halmes' Grove
an ideal place for picnicinjj,
be plenty carryalls in service
conclusion who rot
Leading Clothier g
To Everywhere and Back-
The Burlington oilers excursion
rates in every direction, so low that
there is no excuse tor staying at home.
Below are some uf them:
st. Louis and liaek -three kinds of
daily rates besides the special low rate
coach excursions on each Tuesday and
Thursday during August ami Septem
ber. Chicago and hack daily low ratis
either direct or via St. Louis, with
stopovers at St. Louis, Kansas City
and ( hnaha.
Louisville, Ky., and hack- J 1.7."),
August Uth to l.'dh.
Boston and back-the only chance
of the season for a low rate visit to
New England. ::..(. August 11th to
Htli, long limit.
World's fair stopovers at St. Louis
on through tickets.
Colorado, Utah and Black Hills ie
sorts there and hack at practically
half rates all summer.
To California -San Francisco and
Los Angelesand back August 1-lth to
September loth, only HI. The only
chance in l'.ml to get this low rate.
Fort land, 1'uget Sound and back -August
l.)th to lsth, one fare for the
To Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin
and the Great Lake region, the ideal
summer country, daily low rates to
take you away from home.
On the first and third Tuesdays ( f
each month very low round trip rates
to hundreds of points in the north
west, west and southwest.
Write or call, describe your trip, let
me advise you on the least cost.
W. L. Pick kit, Ticket Agent.
Painting, decorating and sign writ
ing. Work guaranteed. Leave orders
at Ericke'sdrug store.
conveniently near to
to take everybody out.
A GLASS OF
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) Jtlurayt Wtlcomm.
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f j Delicious. I 1
. I1'" 40HN ouno bmwino co..
Democratic State Convention.
Chairman 1 1 a 1 1 of the democratic
state committee' Tias""issued The'ciiTl
for the democratic state convention,
to hi' held in Lincoln at 2 o'clock on
the afternoon of August in. The call
Is as follows:
The democratic electors of the state
of Nebraska are hereby called to meet
in delegate conention in Lincoln, Ne
hriska. at the Auditorium, on Wednes
day. August hi, liiul, at 2 . in., for
tin1 purpose of nominal lug candidates
for u'ovcrnor, lieutenant governor,
secretary of state, auditor of public
accounts, superintendent of public
hist rue! ion, at torney general, commis
sioner of public lands and buildings,
and eight preMncnl ial eleclois, and
for the i ransaclioii of such ot her busi
ness as may properly come before the
The several counties of the slate
will be entitled to one delegate to
said stati' convent imi, ami in addit ion
thereto one delegate for each Inovoles
or major fiacl ion I hereof caM ;n t ,r
general elect ion of I ' i i: I for I loll, .lolin
.1. Miliivan, for supreme judge, which
a pporl ioiiinent will give the vaiious
count ies of this sect ion the lolloping
( ass 'Jo. Sarpy s, line IT. Netnaba
h!. h'uhardson -1. .lohnsoii lo, ;i,i.
It is recommeudi'd that no proxies
In- allowed at said state convention
unless held by a person residing in the
county which he seeks to represent.
Democratic Congressional Convention
The democratic electors of the I 'irst
congressional district of Nebraska are
hereby called to meet in delegate con
vention in Lincoln, Neb., at the Lin
dell hotel auditorium on Wednesday,
August h). I'.int. at lo a. in., for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for
congress, and for the transaction ol
such other business as may properly
come before the convention.
The several counties of the First
congressional district will lie entitled
to one delegate to said district con
vention for each Inn votes or major
fraction thereof cast at the general
election of l!o;t for Hon. II. II. Hanks
for congress, which apport iomnent will
give the various count ies of the dis
trict the following representation:
It is recommended that no proxies
be allowed at said district convention
unless held by a person residing in the
county which lie seeks to represent.
Hy order of the democratic congres
sional central committee for the First
district of Nebraska, July IS, 1'.mi4.
T. S. ALLEN', Chairman
Was Wasting Away.
"I had l)een troubled with kidney
disease for the last live years," writes
Robert K. Watts, of Salem, Mo. "I lost
flesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies without relief. Finally I
tried Foley's Kidney Cure and less than
two bottles cured me and I am now
sound and well." Iuring the summer
kidney Irregularities are often caused
by excessive drinking or being over
heated. Attend to the kidneys at once
by using Foley's Kidney Cure. F. (5.
Plattsuiouth has organized a com
mercial club. Knowing the officers as
we dowe are perfectly safe in saving
that the chili will he a hummer and
always alive to the best Interests of
that thriving city. Shelby Sun.
a womo im oTirt wntm
mummma m imrtnr, mo in rum
MOrm TMtr com eeeoaa that
kOvmiNNiiir so acar rom
Stnd Inr Itm ump'.t.
SCOTT A BUWNE, thmuif 1
I'tirl Slrm, Nt York. M
fx. tai f i.oo lU irujj. m
NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Arrttt Norfolk Mrchjnt.
fforfolk. Nob. Auk J-ThlrWn
prrmluent buslnoai men of tint city j
htva biwn rrestnl fur vtrUUni the
Uwi. Fnrtrtevpn pmirl chick-1
ma were f ;unj. The trial U1 bo
Stock Judge for Stata Fair.
Lincoln, Auk- 1 Tho itn'c Mr
manuKi'tuent liaa nra.lo tha (nllowliiK
appointments uf 'ii!,es f i1V). ytock: j
Vttitl lmrnH, W. J Itutherfor.l, Ainea, 1
la. IAhIu lior.iea an.l rt)iv lir. W. i
A. IVilwon. Marion, la. Hef cnttlo,
IL It. Smith, NeliraKka xpTlmiital
itatlon. llry cnttlo, A. U Hnckr.
NobraKks experiment station KuriM
Jersey nwlne. Aaron Jones, Jr., South
Urntl. Intl. l'olund Ctiina. W. J. Saiv
taker, Slotn City.
Changct In Aaaaaament.
Lincoln. July 3(V Tho utato Inianl
of equatlzut ton tins practically ibvlile,!
to leavo the asHiwsmrnt of IVunjIaa,
Iineaster. Polk, Attain a, iViilKe, OaRo
and IlnlTnlo count leu an they were
flxml by tho ftHHesworit. Cas anil Otno
CountloH will I to reitueeil 5 per cent,
while York. Stanton. Ilox Itutte,
Tllalno and Nemnha will each b In
creased B xr cent. Ulchardson nnd
Keith will Ret a lit wr cent Increaso
and Lincoln nnd Kimball 20 per cent
Crazy Soldier la Taken East.
Plalt.sinoiiih. Net)., Auk l.--Thoinin
Itoane, a colored noliller from (ho
Twenty -fifth Infantry, who had roho
Insann after sfrvico III tho Philip
pines, paused through this city from
Fort Crook to Washington, aceoinpa
nied by two members or tho hospital
corps. The unfortunate man h hamli
wero fastened together and his feet
were shackled, and to prevent him
from talking Incessantly In Spanish
and Kngllsh at tho top of his voleo
It was necessary to keep a cloth
drawn through and over his mouth.
Shipping Harvest Hands,
Lincoln, Aug. 1. At the htate la
hor Imreaii preparations an) under
way lor the hlilpmeni of luitvoht
Ii n ii il s to Sonlh 1 0 1 1 i it ;t Tin' esll-
Iliatrs til I'll I sill -.1 till' lillleail I'J III tllltt.
mate call for l.',,lmo lo . m m i able
hodicil men. Tho harvest will lie In
full blast tills week and shipments of
men will begin today 1mm Hastings,
Omaha and Lincoln. It Is prolriMe
thai the demand will lie supplied to a
large extent hy men irniu the Nehra;
k:i and Kansas harvest Hep's, silno
tho harvest In Ncliiaska Is nearly
Gamblers and Horsemen Fight.
Illalr, Ne., Aug. 1.- Itelore h aving
for Fremont a free-for-all fight was
Indulged ill between tha horsemen
and gamblers, who were here In at
tondanen at tho races last week.
Some hard feeling was created by iho
horsemen being fleeced out of a eon
Riderahle amount of money hy one of
tho ganihlera who operated a wheel of
fortune. The fight comiiinnceil In tho
street In front, of tho Merchants ho
tel and was proceeding In the way of
a good l-1.ed riot, there lieing over
thirty live p"oplo engaged in It, when
tho city police were summoned and.
nrronipanled by Mayor Williams, they
Riircecded In dispersing tin- crowd.
Several arrests followed arid It was
found that one of tho gamblers ai
badly Injured, having hud his head
kicked by Fomo of tho horsemen dur
ing tho fight.
FIREMEN AT NORFOLK.
Stanton Draws the Prize for Having
the Largest Attendance.
Norfolk. Aug. 3. At thn Htate fire
men's tournament Stanton won first
prize for tho largest attendance, a
purse worth $23. Hosklns w'as second.
Crelghton had the Lest looking team,
prlzo iZ'i. Hosklnn was second and
Grand Island third.
Tho York and Stanton teams wrh
broke a utate record In tho class A
event, York running In :28 3 B, Stan
ton : 28 4 5. Again York won In the
regulation hoso raoo on a fluko of Al
Marks, Stanton's loader. Although
Stanton won In tlm. Marks faJtod by
two threads to couple ani York took
first money, 150, in : 33 3 5. Stanton's
tlms was :32'.j and was a world'9
rorord breaker. Humboldt won thn
elans D straightaway, Grand Island
th straightaway hook and laddor and
Norfolk the class B regular hose race.
ACCOUNTS FOR STATE CASH.
Over Six Million Dollars of Truat
Fund Hf1 by Treaturar,
Lincoln, Aug. 1. Tha trust funds
of the state of Nebraska Invested
amount to 14,003.426.67, a top notch
figure. Tho funds are divided up as
follows: I'ermaneul tubool, f r.577.
587.42; agricultural endowment, $302,.
157.3S; permanent university, $118,.
456.01; normal endowment, $63.223. G.
Of this total amount, $ 1,381.678 S2 Is
In bonds and coupons and $l,6SL
747 S3 In In warrants. During tho next
few weeks, however, considerable
more will be Invested In warrants an 1
th only fear of the treasurer now 1b
that be will not havo any too much
mony with which to buy up tho war
rants that will bo presented. ILs
monthly statement filed with the
auditor showed In tho permanent
school fund only $103,212.94 and a to
tal In tho trust fund of $132.828 96
During tha month Treasurer Morten
en ha bought $133,000 worth of war
rant and ha only redeemed $60,000
During the neit month there will be
comparatively llttl money rerelred
Into tha treasury. Tha foe rooelraJ
will help out IttUa, for most of tha feei
that will b collected thin dlunntum
have already been paid In. Ttei
mounted to $161,009.
Bualnaaa Heyiaa at G flint fVum,"
Aumra, Uftt., July 30. Th4 Vtlllirfj
of Olitnfr. thli county, lot tli biiaU
Cs houfa ajid n rlilncv by flraj
Jur'.ni tho night.
Requisition for St. Cla r.
Lincoln, July 3tU Oorernor MtrVey
Osued a rvuUrtk)a on Governor
iHnkery of Mtufotirt for th return to
NobiBhka of IL St. Clair, alias M. C.
Warren, w an tint at Omaha on a rhargn
of f"igery. Tho accuMod man Is un
der arrest at St. Jiweph.
Rob Sutherland Portofflct.
SuthorUuid, Neb., Aug 2 The loral
postoinco wan rohtrtil. The odlr la
kept In Hui khuid s stoit and tho thief
got In through a roar window. A
Miiall amount of rash waa taken from
tho drawer, but no stamp. Twenty
doIUtrs waa taken from tho till In th
store, toRfther with a pair of shoo
and other sma'l articles. Tho t)urln r
l-rt his old nhoe
Opposes Standard Comp.my.
Lincoln, July 3u. Tho Markball Oil
company of Iowa, an Indopeinb iit con
corn, KtM-ured a silo near the stata
fair ground by purchase from
Thoman Itynn ami will put up an es
tablishment hern to conduct a busi
ness in opposition to tho Standard Oil
rntnimny. Tho lliirllngion railroad. It
Is said, bus agreed to run a track to
tho establishment when It Is built.
Governor Mickey at South Omaha.
Soul Ii Omaha, Aus. 2. Governor
Mickey, utter looking over Iho strlk )
situation here said: "I tlnd after vis
iting thn yards nnd pucKlug planU
that unlet prevails Kvorythlng a-i-pears
to lie nrdorly and tho packer
Heem to bo getting along fairly well.
The situation needs careful handling.
I think If the sheriff and police put.
ther heads together thero will be no
Fire Shot and Use Clubs.
Omaha, July Ho. A lively disturb
ance nrred at the Swift plant Onn
Klml wan II red and two sliihers wero
struck over tho head with clubs ami
Were compelled to securo the it I I of a
physician. An attempt was being;
made to unload n car id' slr.l break
ers tit Iho plant. Strikers surrounded
the enr nnd endeavored to Induce tho
new no n not to enter the wml s. In
pushing the crowd of strllvrs bail;,
clubs were used by the puckers'
Riiarrtrt. There wi re l went y veu
men in tho party of strike luenkors,
some white and some colored Four
men Joined the ptrlkcrn. but the bal
ance pushed through the gate and 1 ri t
tho plant While the crowd of strikers
was pushing close around the car ono
of the guards tired a shot In tho nlr.
Nebraska Crop Conditions.
Lincoln, Aug. 3.- Tho last week has
been an excellent one for baying and
hoi 1 1 1" 1 1 1 k the crop of small grain.
The harvest of oats and spring wheat,
has progressed nicely In northern
counties. Spring wheat lias been eon
Khleral ly damaged by rust and blight
mid tho crop will he less than expect
ed Irf-fore the harvost begun. Thresh
ing has progressed well. Tho yield
of w heat Is very uneven, but g 'iiernl
ly It H only light to fair, with occa
sional gcod Holds. The ipiallty Is also
most I v below a vera ire. ()iii aro a
rather better crop, but In many In
stances lire light weight. live and
barley lire genera lly rc"od rop.
Torn has grown rapidly t Ii now
tasseb d out fully and ears aro form
ing. The crop continues In promising
condition, although same damage has
resulted from lack of moisture In
routhw estern counting and penerally
In Fontbern counties rain would b
DONNELLY AT SOUTH OMAHA.
President of Butchers' Union Address
es Two Meetings.
South Onmha. Aug. L Sunday waa
a day of considerable Importaneo to
the packing bouse men now on strike.
Michael Donnelly, president of the)
butchers' union, vlaltod tho city an!
made two addresses. "Wo are willing
the world should Investigate and
know tho exact cause of this strike."
said Mr. Donnelly. He said that the
unskilled laborers were unable to live,
and oducate their families on tha
wages paid. He urged the strikers to
preserve the peace and aasurnd tbem
that the greatest danger to their
cause was any action which would
bring out the militia. Mr. Donnelly
expressed himself es more than
pleased with the situation here.
COCAINE FIEND RUNS AMUCK.
Kills One Man, Injures Several Other
and is Himself Fatally Wounded.
Nebraska City, Nob., Aug. 2. While
under the Influence of cocaine last
night. Jack Carr, a carpenter, Rhot
and killed Chris Hartman, aged fifty.
five years; shot Chief of Police
Schoonover In the hand and wa9 him
self shot and mortally wounded by
officer!" before he was captured. Hart
man was shot without provocation or
warning, after which Carr took refuge
In a hotel. When the police tried the
door of the room, ("ai r e-'ian shooting
through tho door with a shotgun and
wounded Schoonover. After driving
tin officers away, Carr began shootlnj
from the window at the crowd on tha
street below. The crowd returned the
fire, no less than fifty revolvers be
ing used by ty men in the street.
Carr luft hi room and went Into the
street, flrtr.g Into the crowd again,
when he was shot and fatally wound
ed. 0 fflcer Ingram was shot In the
back and eight cltlxens received flest
Carr died this morning. He receive
more than fifteen wounds in the Ight
which preceded his arroiL
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