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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1904)
Copy tlhitd 1903.
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8 Our Fall Hals Are Here, Too! jj
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8 The Leading Clothier.
County Treasurer's Semi-Annual Statement.
From January 7, 1904, to June 30, 1W4.
.MM AUY 7.
" Kcform School
" Insane Hospital
" Inst, for Feeble Minded
" Capitol Iiuilding
" Live Stock Indemnity.
" School Land I'rincipal..
' " School Land Interest..
" School Land Lease
" Court House lionds. . .
" Soldiers' Relief
" 15. & M. U. 11. lionds. .
" High School
3.1 77. SO
District Itoad : .227.::
" School lionds
l'lattsmoiitli Precinct lionds
Louisville Precinct lionds....
South liend rrecinct lionds..
South liend '
Avoca " ... ,
Taxes paid under protest
11 0 0.1
Total Outstanding Iiridk'e Warrants, Registered, $1,23 l.IJS
Aerie No. 365 ORDER
r. IIahr.es' (irove is
town, and tnere will
Good Dancin-j, Good Music, Good Order, Good Kefrcshments, Good Peo
ple to mingle with and a rattling jood time all round.
You are Welcome,
Leading Clothier. V K
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. . Guarantee . .
As fie mojf abused word In the dictionary
Our Clothing Isn't Guaranteed.
The Word Hasn't Force Enough,
IT IS INSURED!
Yc are not ashamed of our floods. We aim
to tfive entire satisfaction. Now if you are
in need of anything in the suit line, come in
and see if we cannot interest you. We are
satisfied we. can make a "dicker" if we can
hut ct together and look the clothes over.
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JOHN GUND BREWING CO.
LA CROtlC, Wll.
THE STATE CONVENTIONS.
George W. Berge Nominated for Governor,
and Hugh Lamaster for Congress.
The latest from the conventions in
session at Lincoln, is the nomiuat ion of
Geoiye W. I'.eive, of the capital city
for governor. Mr. ltere wast he riision
candidate for congress in t his (list i ict
four years ao, and is said to ht iiiit(
popular as well as an ahle man.
Iluis'li Lamaster, the fusion candi
date for congress, hailsfromTeciimseli,
Johnson county, an able lawyer, and is
one of tin; rising orators of Nebraska.
His family are anions the earliest, set
tlers of t lie state.
The balance of state ticket we pre
sume will be nominated today.
Will You Be There?
Where? Why the Old Set tlers' He
union at I'nion, of course. If you are
a pioneer of Cass county you oiilit to
attend, and if you ain't an old settler
of the enmity you ourlit to no ami en
Joy yourself in seeing old faces as well
as new ones. Anions the listof speak
ers will he Hon. W. F. (luilev. of Om
aha; Hun. II. H. Hanks, of Nebraska
City, and our silver-tongued orator,
Matthew (ieriutf. There will be plenty
to interest all. Plenty of ood music,
both vocal and instrumental, baloon
ascension and parachute leap each
day, and any amount of amusement
for both old and younn. Remember
these reunions come but once a year,
and you may never have an opportu
nity to see another one. (io and see
yourold friend of nearly ahalf century
auo. 1 Soys take a day off and take
your best ejrl and enjoy yourself, bear
inn in mind you are not to live alwas
-so enjoy yourself while you can. lie-
member the days and dates - Friday
and Saturday, August 10 and 2o.
A Sweet Breath
is never a failing sinn of healthy stom
ach. When the breath is bad the
stomach is out of order. There is no
remedy in the world eipial to K'odol
Pyspepsia Cure forcurimr indigestion,
dyspepsia and all stomach disorders.
Mrs. Mary C. Crick, of White Plains,
ky., writes: '! have been a dyspeptic
for years: tried all kinds of remedies
but continued to nrow worse. Py the
use of of Kodol I bean to improve at
once, and after taking a few bottles
am fully restored in weight, health
and strength and can eat whatever I
like." Kodol digests what you eat
and makes the stomach sweet. Sold
hy F. G. Fricke Co.
WK.THK rMi:itsi(iNr:i). iikiikiiv a.su.
clati- oiirsi'lvi-N toi'tlii-r for tin. iiiriii-.i' of
forniliiK a r x r:itl iiiiiIit tl. law uf
tin. State of Nrliraka. and (In ailnit tlic
i:iih iiik ariirirt or iiicorKiratloii:
Aiith'I.i: I. The inline by whleh this cor
IMirnttiui shaO ! known NThe .M unlock 'l i lr
A Htici.k The prlm-liml place of lnislncsi,
of this coriwiralloii -.luili l,i at .Miinlork. in
the county of Cass anil State of Ni l.raska.
AllTM I.F.3. Theoliject of which this cor
liaratloii Is formed Is to Imllil. erect, maintain
ami operate a system of telephone lines In
Cass county, Neluaska.
AllTli l.K .1 The aulhoried capital stock
of this eorKirat Ion shall In. i-I.Vki ii w hich
slock shall hi 'divided Into shares of the par
a I ue of t me IMlnr each, of w hlch i'.Vi shares
shall lie suhsi rllH-d and fully paid up.
Aiitk t.K ,'i. The highest Indebtedness of
th!scor.'ratloii shall not exceed tMo-thlrds
of the paid upcapilal.
A 111 It 'I.f. H. This corniMtln:i shall l.c.-ln
Icisim-sson the llrl day of s p'etulu r. I.ml.
and shall terihlnale on llielirst day of Sep
teuiher. 1 .'-" . HtllesN s..o!li I' iIIss iHimI.
Aiitk i.f. 7. Tin' aTilis of ihU cm p. ,r:it ,m
'.l.a.l fe mi. ler the In.l ua .'. in, ul and e,.u
or a Hoard of ilri"'t'r-. con-Kteu' of the Co
Iih lalier-. to he I'Vcleil hy 'j,,. si . ' K 1 1 . . i -1-
and a r ! , l n . seer. I irv. treasurer ami
sllperi'llendelit In In e.e.'li I I V t 1 " 1 1, .a r I I if
Directors. ,il i-.i " S.n . ;:' ; I i.e hy I ,:;,ii,
A h.a i.'rli of i,e li . ard i m hi o, r- ,n
i.l ill ei-t n.' -h.l i r. .(il .'. '1 1 e li i:il,.',l;, fur I
I In trrt.sift li 'II of li,t-.i':r.s.
Alll I, I.I The ill.l.a:,, u- til..' ,,f Hi"
I. h.ddi Is of this CM' ,r:;', ,;: si, il' lie hi ,1
on Hie t.i'iiih Muii'iav .' -pti nil" i. In earn
J ear at ! lie I !' id .' ..V:,,!-;, i til. f, rial n.rel -
iius of st,'kli.'l.leis teav ! a. led l.v the
Hoard ,.f lilrictur, .y k-hn,u' i hrc da -s n,.i i
licallo'i In urltln.r. .Notice i.,:i-; stale pur
pose of such tuei .In.-.
AllTH l.t !i. The stockholders of this cor
k 'rat Ion shall he enl II led to one vole for each
share of sto.1, heid. Holders of a maturity of
sharcH ptes.'iit. cither hy person or hy r.iy,
-hall siltuie a iiiorum f.,r the trans, irilun
Aiirn i.t: P). Theseartl.'lesof Incorimnillnn
may lie itineiuled hy a I wo-l hlrds vote of all
the stock at animal tneiilmr or at u scclal
meet In., called for that purpose,
Wltliessour hands this l.'ltli day of .Ititie.l'.Kit,
I. NKimx. I'reslilent.
Kov II. Cox. Secretary.
Makat Kldooya and Bladdar Right
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Died From Eating Rat Poison.
Myran, the three-year-old child of
Walter L. Thomas, living west of the
city, died yesterday afternoon from
the effects of eating rat-biscuit. It
apiH-arstbat the cliild went tliecup
Umrd for snmetliiug to tat, when it
came across a box containing biscuit,
two in nuinU'r, which he ate, and then
replaced thd box. Later on Alien it
was discowred what the child had
done, il'r. Cummins was called Tues
day night, and remained w it li It until
a erv late liniir. Onleaving the child
appeared much better. Kvery thing
possible wasdoneto sae the lit t le one,
but without avail. The funeral will
occur today. 'Tissad Indeed tn lose a
child thus, and the ent he ciinununlly
deeply sympathise with Mr. and Mrs.
Ha! rti! Mr. Kiethlcy.
When a newspaper man makes a
great blow about the "scavenger" law
being Midi a good thing hi si lighten
ing up hack taxes, Just Inquire what
the county treasurers fur years back
were doing that they did not report
such matters sooner, Jt Is a iosili,,
fact that we know of a hewspaper edi
tor who never pretended to settle up
his taxes unless lie could turn the pro
ceeds of publishing a delluilielit lax
list in payment, for such taxes, and
even then did not make a full settle
ment, yet claims that lie never knew
of such taxes being due ami unpaid un
til Hie enforcement of the scavenger
law. Weeping Water Herald.
New Telephone Company.
The citizens of M unlock have organ
ized a new telephone company, and ar
ticles of ineorporat ion have been tiled
a copy or which appears in this Issue
of the Journal. The title of the new
organization islhe M unlock Telephone
Company and the capital stock has
been placed at l,.ioo, mid the head
iiiarters of the company w ill lie at
M unlock. L. Neilz.el Is president, of
Hie company and Uov I!. Cox, secre
tary. A RemorHahlc Event.
Mr. John Urasek of llalletsville,
Texas, writes us as follows: "We
were at a loss to understand the con
dition of our hi-year-olil son, John.
He always used to be in t . ,esf of
health, robust and strong. At, once
be began to grow pale and weak, in
spite of all medicinal help we nave
him. At last he became di.scniiraired
and positively refused to use any med
icine and we Indeed gave him up, de
fying li f it) to be a victim of con
sumption. Some of our best friends
recommended to give him Triner's
American Klixir of Hitler Wine, and
we persuaded the boy to take this
pleasant remedy. We then procured
six bottles and could hardly believe
what happened. John immediately
got good appetite, his complexion be
came natural and Ids body stronger.
Two bottles were siillicient to cure
him." It seems to be wonderful, hut.
In fact is an every day occurrence with
those using Triner's Hitter Wine, as
people call it. It ads directly on the
stomach: the digestion becomes reg
ular, the blood pure and rich. It Is
the. best blood purilier, nerve tonic
and muscle builder. At drugstores.
Jos. Triner, 70!) S. Ashland Ave., Chi
Violent Attack of Dlarrhoe Cured by
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and Per
haps a Life Saved.
"A short time ago I was taken witli
violentattack of diarrhoea and believe
I would have died if I had not gotten
relief," says John H. i'atton, a leading
citizen of I'atton, Ala. "A friend rec
ommended Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and I Morrheoa lteniedy. I bought
a twenty-live cent bet tip and after
taking three doses of it was entirely
cured. I consider it the best remedy
In the world for bowel complaints. For
sale by all druggists
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All the food" clcmcnti that Nature tts'intrthe
chojeest white wheat grown in'' California1 is'cvmbincJ
n tthealose-thc purest "and bV".of M breakfast
foods. "Absolutely the only wheat' food With all
the clutcn ' IrT ani all ill i JlwIU. fl
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St1d in2 lb.- Psckagrt
Ohl What a Lie!
We are Informed by very good au
thority that Sheriff Mcl'.ride demand
ed f'.no to run down the Weeping Water
horse thices. This Mr. Marshal! re
fused to do, I. ul said be would k'lve
200. The county commissioners It
seems should oiler a reward for such
criminals in order to stop Ibis raid.
It is not right that a man should loose
his team and have his barn Iniriied,
and then be asked to "dig up" by tins
sheiill. The people arc getting tiled
of paying taxes losupport olllcers that,
can see no farther than the treasury
vault. Nchawka Keglster.
Il would seem that the author of
the above simply look the word of
some tit her person for bis authority,
and I hat some other person took some
other for bis authority to tell the man
w ho w inte t he above. I Cs as big a lie
as ever was printed In a newspaper,
and on the face if It seems so prepos
terous that we are surprised that, u
person who Is well aoiuainlcd Willi
Slierilf Mcl'.ride would take such a re
port as true, wit limit asking Mr. Mar
shall. I L seems so utterly unreliable
and outlandish as to need no further
notice. Now, as to the true facts in
the case; M as sberliT McIJrlJ'?
was apprised of the theft, he liiiinC1
dlately asked Mr. Marshall by 'phone
If he should come to Weeping Water,
and that gentleman replied that there,
was no necessity, lie was authorized
by Mr. Marshall to get out. notices and
that, be would oiler .'.0.110 reward.
This was all that was said In regard to
any money consideration, except, for
expenses, for which there Is no law
provided, and which the Sheriff would
have to pay out, of his ow n pocket un
less Mr. Marshall paid the same.
Sheriff Mcllrlde told him lie would
give all I be t line lie possibly could in
an effort, to recover the property If he
would simply pay Hie expense.
Now, if the writer of the above
elTiislon will go to Mr. Marshall he will
most assuredly Mini out that be has
printed a ni:n iAi i: i. ir., told for
the purpose of injuring Slierilf Mc
llrlde ami nothing else. Mr. Marshall
is a gentleman and will give the true
facts in the case. The idea or a slierilf
demanding $'.00 to run down any
criminal, is simply absurd.
P. S. Since the above was put, in
type, we are informed thai, the parties
from whom Mr. Sheldon, Hie publisher
of Hie Nchawka Keglster, secured his
Information wercfj "kid" boys. This
being the case, lie should have Inquired
of Mr. Marshall as to the reliability of
the report before having bis man, Fri
day, print such a base fabrication.
Too Eager to Criticise.
The criticism of Slierilf Mcl'.ride by
people who are acquainted with con
ditions as they exist and by newspa
pers that do not take the trouble to
liecome informed, would seem unwar
ranted when the facts are known,
t 'nder a ruling of the board of county
commissioners the slit r i IT isdeiiied the
privilege of using the telephone or
telegraph or the use of a livery team
to appchend thieves, and if be goes
out in ipifst of law breakers he must
pay his own expenses unless he Is suc
cessful in capturing and convicting the
thief, when he Is allowed mileage and
other necessary expenses. The Courier
does not believe that the sheriff should
be tied down band and foot, and then
criticised because lmr.se thieves wax
fat in Cass county. I turing Sheriff
Mcilrlde's turm Inofllce there has been
nineteen bead of horses and mules
stolen in Cass county, nine of which
have been recovered together with
three of the thieves, two of whom
are serving time in the penitentiary.
This record, while It is not a brilliant
one, is not so bad under the circum
stances. If horse stealing Is to do
stopped in Cass county the board of
county commissioners must untie the
sheriff so that lie may act. I'ntll this
is done withhold criticism. Louisville
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