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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1904)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Donk of Cass County,
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Charter No. 642.
lucorporiilt'tl In the Suite ef Nelir:i-kii, at tlie
close tlf lU-,illl'NS AUBUkl '-. M.
Liuiim mxl internum t i71 Til M
Ownlrufts. vurctt mid unsis-urwl n 41 j Te
Stx'k,soi'uritli . JiKlK'1111'iit.s.i'liilins
el.1 403 V3
lituiMtic Ihium! furniture hiiiI tex
tures H 5(0 W
Oilier rcnl cstuto 3 Mtf lit)
Current expenses uuil luxes unlit.. 3 .'-.I HI
ChsII items (kill h4
Due from nut luiiiil. Mute unci irl-
vme luniks Miitl hunkers 51 3 '.'
Total eii-.li on hiiml 14 Til ii5
Tot:il i 31 Mi 15
t.i a un. nils:
Citpltul stock puta In....' i 50 OX) 00
Suriilns funil 10 ooo to
I'liillvlilcd (irotils 10 tiOl 47
Individual (U'Utislls uliect to
check Ill r-'n '.'4
Ttenutml ccrlitlciitcs of lekisll '.'0 .VU 41
Time a rtill.-at s of (It polt :il KS
Due to stuie ami privme. luniks and
hunkers rt KfcJ iT
Hills puyiilile- is V.)3 14
Totai i : Mi IS
State ok Nkiihaska, i
I. T. M. I'ntterson, Cashier of the tilmve
named hank, do solemnly swear thai the
Klsive staleinent Is eorreet and a true eoiy of
the reiKTl made to the Stale lliinkliitf Hoard.
T. M. I 'A II UltSON.
Cms. C. I'aiimki.k. I
It. 1'. 1'attf.hson, i
SulKcrlheil and sworn to lie fore me this 1st
day of September, III 4. 1.. 1. ll s..
My commission expires iicl. i, UHlti.
Notice to Creditors.
State or Neiihaska, i., rm,ir,,rt
Cass County. In County Court
In the mutter tif the estate of Otto C. Ilook-
Notk'K Is herehy rIvuii that the creditors of
said deceased will meet the administrator of
said estate, hefore me, County .Indue of Cass
county. .Minraskii, at the county court room
In l'hittsinouth. In said county, on the 1st day
of October. IMU. and on thu Ijth day of March,
r.Hia, at oneoclock p. m.. each (lay. Tor the
purpose of prcsentliiK their claims for exam
ination, ad I list men!, and allowance.
Six inonllis are allowed for the creditors of
said deceased to present their claims, and one
year for the administrator to settle said es
tate, from the ind day of Septeinher 1SI04.
Witness my hand and seal of said county
court, lit l'hittsinouth. Nebraska, ihlsHtli day
Of AIIKUSt. I!H. 1IAIIVI Y II. TKAVIK.
skalI iE-4t County JinlKi'
lty virtue of an order of sale Issued hy
.lames Hohcrtson, clerk of the District court
within and for Cass county, Neliiaska. and to
me directed, l win, on tlie
26th Day of September, A. D. 1904,
at 1 o'clock p. 111. of said day. at the south
door of tlie court house In the citv of I'latts
mouth. In said county, sell lit public auction
to the highest hldder, forcasli, the following
real estate, to-wll:
l,ots One (I), Two (i, Three CO. In Itlock
Twenty-three i:ti. Also 1it.s Ten (hll. Kiev
en (11). mid Twelve (12). In Itlock Klirlil. (si.
All in the City of I'lattsmouth. til the County
or t. ass, stall! or ieiiraska. together wll li the
privileges and iippiirtenances thereunto Ik
luiiKlni; or hi anywise itppvrliiliilnir. Tin:
same lielwr levied upon and taken as the
properly of Henry It. ticrinir. defendant, to
satisfy a Imminent or said court recovered liy
me county of Cass, pialnllir. aualnsl said de
fendant. I'lattsnioutli, Xehraska. August i:trcl. A. D.
iMt. JOHN D. MclllilDi;.
SherllT. Cass County. Nebraska.
Ifsse ,. Hoot, ;tl-5
Hy virtue of an order of sale issued hy the
clerk of the district court of Cass county. Ne
braska, and on a decree of foreclosure where
in Nebraska State HulldiiiL' and Loan Asso
ciation is plalntlll. and I'red I'. Iteed mid
Kllzabeth N. Iteed. Weeping Wtiler Academy,
Kdward T. lilckard. I, villa Klckard and A. .1.
McDonald, tlrst name unknown, are defend
ants. I will sell al pillule auction totlie high
est bidder for cash at the front door of the
court house In said county on the
26th Day of September, 1904
lit one o'clock p. in., the following described
lands and tenements to satisfy tlie Judgment
and costs In said action. Salil property will
be sold In three trai ls as follows: lit six
i block thirty-four. Weepinir Water. Cuss coun
ty. N'ebrasua. in one tract.? lot, live, block
-thirty-four. Weeping Water. Cass county. Ne
braska. In another tract and the north seventy
feet of lots three and four, block fifty, Weep
ing Water, Cass county. Nebraska, in anoth
Dated this iltli day of August. I'.mt.
JOHN D. MclllilDK.
GoCRTitKiliT A Siiinkh. SherllT,
Attorneys for l'lalntlir.
Ily virtue of an order of sale. Issued by the
clerk of . the District Court, Cass County. Ne
hritskii. on 11 decree of foreclosure wherein
Nebraska State Hullding mid bum Associa
tion Is plaintiff, and I'red T. Davis and Willie
Kllzabeth Davis are defendants. I will sell at
public unction to the highest bidder for cash
at the front door of the court house In said
county on the
26th Day of September, 1904
nt one o'clock p. ni.. the following described
binds mid tenemiints to satisfy tlie judgment
and cools of said action: 1-ots one and two.
block titty. Weeping Water, CasS county. No-
Dated thl24tli (lay of AtiguH. 1!4.
JOHN D. MclllilDK.
COt'llTKIUHT SltlNKH, Slierltf.
Attorneys for I'lalntllT.
HV virtue of an order of sale Issued by tin
clerk of the district court of fuss county. Ne
braska, on a dwree of foreclosure wherein
Nebraska State Hiillilliig and Ijmn Associa
tion Is plaintiff. ud Nettle II. Keedaiid Harry
D, Iteed are defendants. I will sell at punili
auction to the lilirliest bidder for cash al tin
front door of the court bouse of said county
26th Day ot September, 1904
at one o'clix-k p.m.. Hie following described
lands and tenements to satisfy the judgment
and costs In said action: 1 lie norm iweinj
two feet of the west forlV-four feet, lot live
block sixty-four. Weeping Water. Cass conn
Dated this Ultli day of August, bud.
JOHN D. MclllilDK.
Gdl HTIIIIIIIT & Siiinkk. Micrlir.
Attorneys for I'lalntlH'.
We have moved our stock of
Books, Stationery, etc. to the
Leonard Building, formerly
occupied by LehnhoiT Bros
where we will be pleased to
serve you in the future.
Mauzy & Murphy
Copwrvjhf, 1Ji.iL, !v T. C. .Vr1iir
CM Jorry llftiM his lieu. tuul looluvl
after "tlie uilstress" with vaj,uo dis
tress wlilU' she iiukIc Iht third restless
roinul of the urotiiuls. Then lie ilttu'
savagely In the lust of scarlet tfiTa-
nliiins, lm-siuvtlve f the idunts' yixal.
Why doesn't the master come
homo?" lie deitmndoil iiuertilotisly. with
the nnxtety of otto who had lovingly
followed "the master's" life ti;i from
the days of white cotton socks niul sail
The trowel dropped from his hand
ns his eyes turned hack to the tall
flctirc In Its trallitr,' while drapcrUs.
Iter dark eyes h:ul Deeli Mi lllled with
W(M to notkv the did itrdener. Her
nnns were crossed upon her lmsom
as thotmh she would thus hold down
Hlili FINOlillS HAD fiOSK SWIFTLY TO II KU
the tumult tliat hoat there. Here was
the very center and core of the mas
ter's life, old Jerry knew It, mid yet -
His fuco changed suddenly ns though
nil evil cloud had passed hefore the
sun's liri.t,'htness. Ills very body Deem
ed to become, jrnarli'd and twisted,
while tlie hands closed and unclosed
Ftifrccstlvcly nt his sides, driving the
nails Into thu hard palms. Kvery
lircnth he drew was an unspoken male
diction upon the man who came
through tlie gates to meet his mistress.
"You're there, are ye, ye black heart
ed sarpant!" Ik? panted.
Ills heart seemed to die within him
ns he measured his strength against
his opponent's. With a sense of help
less Inadcipiacy his old flgnre collapsed
tremblingly. Itut the habit of years
In extremity was strong uixm him.
Ills head fell forwnrd reverently on his
"Ood Almighty." he breathed, "this
mnkes the third time this week, nn'
I dunno I dtinno Where's Mr. Aleck!"
the man lie tinted wns wnlkliig bnre
liended beside the mistress. Their
steps turned to a tall shruhlsTy nt the
other end of the Kronnds. Jerry made
a hobbllm? detour by the back of the
house and reached It first. He wns
on his knees again, trowel In hand,
but hidden by the dense growth when
"Why do you submit .to this neg
lect?" th even, Insidious tone wits
urging. "Relieve me, I have not told
you one-half of what hns come unhid
den to my knowledge. Constance, the
way of escaH' Is always open!"
Old Jerry's breath enme In hard, dry
puffs ns he listened. His lingers dug
themselves into the ground, tenrlng
up hnndfuls of sod. It had come to
"Rlast him! Rlast bis lying tongue!"
The force of the words rent him from
head to foot ns he shook his trembling
fist nfter the man he would gladly
have stranghil. Then be got slowly on
his feet, Heemlng to grow younger nnd
stronger lis he did so. The blood of
the lighting race still bent In his veins
in spite of his seventy years. It Mazed
In the blue eyes tinder their shaggy
brows, promising war to 1 ho denth be
fore those he loved nnd served were In
jured. All that day he watched the bouse
and grounds untiringly. His mistress
bad bidden her visitor goodhy at the
gate and walked slowly buck to the
house ns though nil life nnd hope were
gone from her, nnd he saw her no more.
At midnight he installed Johnny. Mr.
Aleck's favorite groom, In his place.
"iHm't ye mnke no sound nor word,"
he admonished, "an' yo don't need to
know whnt yer here for, but If ye see
nnny wan goln' or eomln' cnll me. An'
Johnny, b'y, If ye could nnnyway get
word to the master In the mornln' to
come homo 'tis innkln' yer sowl you'd
Wlien morning enme lie relieved
Johnny nt 0 o'clock, the latter having
mvn no one "eomln' or goln',M and again
took up his surveillance of the bouse.
It tvas dusk when at Inst the figure he
had hocu looklnu for came idowly
dow uJjio steps, Sho bad almost rendied
tlie unto when .Jerry, his old heart lnt
lp'tn iila tliront, stepped out on the
gravel Avalfe besldd her.
i dunnq If you 'flotleed. ma'am,' ho
aid casually, touching his tint, "but
i ) i ill . mini I iuii-.yi in'
I'm afrnld 'tis dying the rosebush N
the south wall Is."
he hud halted, itxiklng at 1.1 111 iu
uncertainty. lu'wIUlcrinetit for a mo
ment displacing the lUtless despair of
" 'Twill lie ten year ago (time to
morrow week since 1 planted It," Jerry
went cn rvinlnlsecutly, "1 uhrd well
'twus the very day the master brought
ye home, ma'aiu. I can sec yo?. now,
Manilla' hand tu hand lool.ln' at me"
Her lingers had gone swiftly to her
throat ns if the lace there strangled
her. Jerry watched her for n moment.
"An' sure there never was such a
tree for Mossoiulu'," he went on slow
ly. "I used to think that the love in
tlie eyes of yez both that day blessed
It. 'Sure 'tis n love bush,' I sez lo me
self. An' 'tlsn't In yer two arms ye
could carry the roses on it when it be
gun to bloom, nn' they the sweetest
that ever grew. Rut lately --somehow
His voice had trailed oil Into the
Inexpressibly Sad hiollutoUc nf his rare.
The slender figure before liiui quivered,
her hands twisting themselves convul
sively ill the folds of her cloak.
"Last your," he quavered on, "there
was but throe small buds on II; this
year there's hut wan. 1 misdoubt If
It's alive at all tlie love Imsli 'II be--another
She moved stumbliugly away from
him across the grass to the south
wall. Jerry scarcely breathed as be
followed and stood behind her. Oh.
tlie wealth nt' blossom the love bush
had once borne! She remembered how
the old gardener delighted to bring ti e
fragrant armftils to her on the anni
versary of its planting-the day tlifit
Ahvk had brought her home. Now--She
looked at the blighted, twisted
leaves, clinging us If for shelter to the
wall, and a sob, which was the upheav
al of nil the torture and despair in her
heart, tore her delicate throat. Her
face us mIi;? turned It to Jerry was an
"Save It!" she pleaded, "Oh, Jerry, if
It Is not finite dead, save it!"
"Ves.'ina'ain." Rut Jerry's voice wn.i
husky nnd he drew his coat sleeve
across his eyes. " "I'ls safe enough
she is now, glory lie to God!" he added
In a whisper.
He stood In the shadow of the wall
until she had stolen back to tlie house,
carrying the one poor blossom of the
love bush with her. Then he made his
way to where beyond tlie grounds lay
a strip of moonlit road.
At sight of the figure which paced
Impatiently back nnd forth there Jer
ry's body was contorted again, but this
time with savage triumph.
"Aye," ho hissed slowly, "ye may
walk, an' y may walk ng'In, an' ye
may keep on wnlkin' till the feet drop
off ye an' the IMvil gits his own but
ye'Il never git what yer wititin' for -nn'
tlie Iord be praised for It!''
It was the one regret of Jerry's life
that he was In bed and asleep that
night when the master got home. Evi
dently Johnny, with the aid of a sudden
and suspicious ailment of the bay
mare, had "made his soul" to some
put'IKise that morning. The master had
arrived nt 10 o'clock, according to Mrs.
lUley, the cook, and, to the liest of her
belief, ho nnd the mistress bad talked
Jerry was assiduously doing his best
for the love bush the next morning
when they came out of the bouse, Mr.
Aleck's strong shoulder behind tlie mis
tress, she leaning back against him.
her face white and shining with love.
The old gardener rose quickly and
came to meet them.
"If you'll Isdleve me, ma'am," he be
gan eagerly, " 'tis u new shoot I Just
this ri 1 1 ii It found on the rose bush be
tlie south wall, an', as true us I live.
If 'tlsn't covered with strong, healthy
GlTlnjr Mdlrln to a Rick Tiurr.
In u certain zoo Is a very beautiful
tiger, wild to b the largest one In cap
tivity. Rut If he would only move
aliout as If he felt nt home, und not be
bo dignified, we should be better
pleased with him. Yet tlie poor crea
ture Is excusable, becausu ho hns dys
pcpsln, and bis sufferings make him
One day the keeper decided to ad
minister a dose of medicine, so with the
liottle and a whip he cllinlied to the top
of the cage. Was that tiger cross? You
would have thought so If you had seen
him throw back his great head and
snap nt the whip. The keeper, nfter
enraging him, oiircd a little medicine
down the lash, which lie gradually
withdrew, until In Its place there was
n tiny medicinal ot renin, nt which the
tiger kept biting nnd snapping, too
much surprised, it seemed, to distin
guish Ix'twocn whip nnd liquid. When
bo turned nwuy his bead, the medicine
wns poured over his pnws, nnd when
he had licked them clean that day's
treatment was completed. St. Nich
olas. The Jntige'n Curd.
Justice (Jrantham of England was
once on a train when a stalwart man
entered tlie compartment and liegnn to
smoke. "This Is not a smoking com
partment," remonstratinl the Judge.
"All right, old chnp. I'll Just finish my
cigar," said the man. Then bis lordship
U-cnnie nngry and taking out his card
banded It to his companion, saying he
would report him when the train
stopjied. The smoker took the cord,
put It into his ixH'ket without looking
at it nnd went on with his clgnr. At
tho next station he got out and went
Into another carriage. Justice Gran
thain called the guard and deinnndod
that the man's name nnd address
should he tnkcy nnd that he shonld ho
sunimotM'd. Tho guard went to the
delinquent nnd shortly after returned
to his lordship. "If I were you, ulr,"
1m said omtldrntlully, "I would not
proHiicutc that gentleman. lie lias glv
rn tn his card-see, here It Is tad
b Is Vr. Jostle Oranthnm!"
' lli-lln Nev
Mr. and Mrs. Parte!! started for the
woild's fair Tuesday.
r.ev. J. 11. Rennet i lelt fur Ills new
home in (.'lay l 'enter Tuesday,
Host Nutiiianisiiiithcsitk list Ibis
week and Is under tlie caie of li.
(iomge Malcolm is abie tit go nut en
the mall route again after taking a lew
The report is that I here sum will be
a change in the elevator owned bv
Thiol X- Marqtiai.lt.
Fred Nut .man of Nchawka shipped
two carloads of cattle from lieie to
Hie ( hnaba market Tuesday.
Mis. Rcckard and children of I'tica
H'tiiiiii-d from the lair last Sunday
and are visiting wit Ii her (laugher, Mis.
L. .1. Marquanlt.
A purse of forty dollars was made
Monday toilniiaie tu Rev. .loo Rem. i it,
ami was presented in him at t lie iv
C'.'pti.'ii gien 1 1 ) ; 1 1 at Mr. ami Mrs.
From 143 to 92 Pounds.
( 'ne uf I h.i inns , remarkable cases of
a cold, deep-sealed on the lung-;, caus
ing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Her
trude K. I ciini'i', Marlon. Ind., who
was t-iil I rely cured by the use uf ( nc
Minute Cuiigli Cure. She says: "The
coughing und straining so weakened
me that I ran down in weight from lis
toll.' pounds. I tried a number uf rem
edies tu in avail until I used ne Min
ute 1'iiiigh Cure. lAitir buttles nf this
wonderful remedy cured ine entirely of
the cough, strengthened my lungs and
restored ine to my normal weight,
health and strength." Sold by F. (I.
Frlcke X Co.
tviuite a ncinber from this neighbor
hood attended tlie state fair at Lin
coln last week.
Herman Hansenier went to Hallein
Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Cathey have re
moved to Weeping- Water. We are
sorry to lose them as neighbors but
wc wish tliein success in their new
Adam Nchafer went t.o Sprague, Ne
braska, Wednesday, returning Friday.
John Fggcr, of Sprague, Is visiting
with Ills (laughter, Mrs. Scliafer this
Mr. and Mrs. Lintie McVey gave a
party Saturday night which was well
attended and hugely enjoyed.
Miss Ada Turner commenced teach
ing our school Monday. This Is licr
second term in tills cin' ict.
otto and Mata Puis visited at the
home of Fred Fngclkemeier Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Young- visited
friends at York last week.
Fred Kngelkemeler and daughter,
Rosa, left Tuesday for a three weeks'
visit with relatives in Oklahoma.
Alfred Cansciner spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Meld,
Misses Ida Roedeker and Relic Tan
ner visited at the home of W. II. Puis
What Is Life?
In the last analysis nobody knows,
but we do know that It Is under strict
law. Abuse that law even slightly,
pain results. Irregular living means
derangement of the organs, resulting
in constipation, headache or liver
trouble. Dr. King's New Life Pills
quickly re-adjusts this. It's gentle,
yet thorough. Only 2".c at F.G. Fricke
& (jo. 's drugstore.
To the world's fair at St. Louis.
Every Tuesday and Thursday during
August and September. Seven days'
limit, ifs.fiO for the round trip, via the
Missouri Pacific Railway.
Every farmer knows that
some plants grow better than
others. Soil may be the same
and seed may seem the same
but some plants arc weak and
And that's the way with
children. They are like young
plants. Same food, same home,
same care but some grow big
and strong while others stay
small and weak.
Scott's Emulsion offers an
easy way out of the difficulty.
Child weakness often means
starvation, not because of lack
;f food, but because the food
Iocs not feed.
Scott's Emulsion really feeds
;nd gives the child growing
Whatever the cause of weak
ness and failure to grow
Scott's Emulsion seems to find
it and set the matter right.
Scnil for frccMititile.
Soott & Downc, (. hrniiH,4,ITirlSt., NewYotk
Don't become dlcourRcJ. Trior Is a curs for you. If m sviry write lr. lVmior.
Ilo lum npeut n life) line cur liiK Jut kui Iiciisi h a y.iuri. All coiiniillalloi, FREE.
Cured of Backache.
Sold by Druggists, 50c.
tho Kidneys -FREE.
I' nini the I.eilKer.
Prof. (. ,1. Statidley arrived frmn
Peru yesterday to lie ni haii.l for tlie
(ipcnlni; of scIkmiI next. Mnnday.
Mrs. James W. Taylor has lieen very
111 tliti past two weeks wllh an attack
(if typhoid fever, lull is now reported
to he hnpiovliii;.
.laniesT. Peynoldslefl Sunday inorn
iiip; for the llosebiid eoiintry to exam
ine the land and see what lienelil there
Is in No. 1117(1, which he drew hi tlie
recent land lottery.
T. .1. ()'lay, the farm-editor who
had charge of tlie Nehawka llenlslera
few years, was a caller at this nillce
Wednesday. Mr. ( i'i ay has leased the j
i Miiiois ra nn s"in n 01 i ins village, and
will hecoini! "one of us" in tlie m-ar fu
ture. Mr. and Mrs. .Inlin Kennedy com
pleted the packing of llielr household
oods yesterday preparati'iy to ship
ping to their new home In Klunvooil.
Tliey have lieen residents of this vil
lage many years, and leave a host, of
friends here who regret their removal
and wish them prosperity and content
ment in their new home.
Horn, April 2, l-ii, at Wlnterset,
la. Pied at 11::H) p. m. Monday, Au
gust 2!t, l'.Hil, at their home In I'nlon,
Neli. The annoiinceinent of thedeath
of Mrs. (J. W. Mills came as a ureat
shock to the people of this village, and
It was some time hefore they could
fully realize that such sad news could
be true. Mrs. Mills had heen in koo1
health, and looked forward wllh fond
anticipation to the hour of approach-
Intf motherhood. Hut fate decreed
that such hope should not he fullilled,
and despite all that medical skill could
do she passed away, unconscious of the
efforts made to save her life and una
ble to bid farewell to those loved ones
Horn, February 1!), 1 Slid, at Hamburg,
la. I tied at 1 o'clock a. m., on Friday,
August -, 1 i0 1, at the home In Lin
coln, Neb. Iieceascd, whose maiden
name was Emma L. Hrldenstlne, re
sided in this town and vicinity a num
ber of years, nnd many friends here
were surprised and shocked when the
news of licr sudden death was received,
lie death was entirely unexpected, as
she was in apparent good health when
she retired that night. About 1 o'clock
her husband's attention was attracted
by a slight moan, and when he procured
a light he found that she had passed
away, death resulting from heart fail
ure. The funeral services were held
atllo'elock p. ni. Sunday at their home,
1 loward street, Lincoln, and interment
was made In one of the cemeteries of
that city. Ieceased was a daughter
of Jacob Hridenstine, w ho was one of
the early settlers of Cass county, re
siding at Pock I Hulls a number of
years, and later near this village, after
wards moving to Kansas. She was a
pupil of Judge Kamsey In the schools
at Pock UlulTs in the early '70s, mov
ing to this vicinity a few year later.
She was married January to
Alonzo H. darrlson, and resided In this
village several years. They have been
living In Lincoln the past four years.
She was a good christian woman, and
many of her childhood friends In this
village nnd county are grieved to learn
of her death.
Hear In mind my cider press will be In
operation during the season on Thurs
days, Fridays and Saturdays of of each
week, until November .'th, on which
date cider-making will positively close
for this year. Remember the closing
date November 5.
All PUi'iKi' of th
iilueyn, tlii'Mcr and
Also catarrh, heart
iiteast', griivel, droiwy.
Member of tho Eusinsss Men's Leaguo
and ouo of tho best known business men
in .St. Louis, Mo. Re;ul what Mr.
W;i;hI has to s:iy nbout Dr. reiuier'.i
Kidney and P.;u'kai ho (Jura :
"1 1 ii.c.v "li.il .1 i I.I.- :.:'!). I.., Willi I.:,, kurhii
rut I i tut. n :n.- . mi !' I v I nib I'im. After
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Get Cook Book and Trcatiso on
Fcnncr, M. D., Frcdonia, N. Y.
I'-rntll I lie lleiieiin.
Horn, to Mr. and MrsChas. IHetrlch
on Monday morning, August 3, a
daughter. The mother and child are
I r. Towiisend was compelled to go
about on crutches a few days the past
week on account of a slu lit Iv sprained
ankle .sustained frmii a defective side
walk. I'r. .1. ('. Jester, of Inhnvin, Neb.,
has bought out, I r. To-.viivnd at lids
place ami will move his family here as
soon as he can make the proper ar
rangements. .1. II. Latrnii returned Saturday
night from New York ( 'ily, where he
spent, the pasl seven weeks with rela
tives and friends of loriner years, lie.
reports a good t line and feeling much
heller after a rest from hiisliiesscarcs.
.('. Povey, wife and daughter of
Platlsinouth, visited a few days with
the families of J. ami A. ( '. Adams,
after returning r roin I heir trip through
the western part of the state in Mr.
Adams' automobile. Mr. hoveywas
so much pleased with the trip that, be
thinks or purchasing an automobile
Philip, the 12-year old son of Jake
Miller, was taken to Lincoln last Fri
day to he operated on for appendicit is.
He had been sick with the disease for
about a week and was convalescing
when a relapse took place and it was
deemed necessary to have an operation,
which was performed Monday by Dr.
McLeod of Lincoln, assisted by Dr.
Townsend. At last reports he was re
Last Friday fourteen of the neigh
bors of Lee Snaveley went to his place
with their teams and plowed up ten
acres of stubble ground for him. After
the work was done the photographer
of Kim wood took a picture of the group.
Mr. Suavely was taken to Lincoln
about two weeks ago to be operated on
for appendicitis and his friends will be
pleased to learn that he Is recovering
from tlie ordeal as fast, as could lie ex
pected. Married.- On Monday, August 22,
I'.M, Mr. J. (I, Sack, now of St. Louis,
and Miss Ida Pope of Samsvllle, Mo ,
were united in marriage at Clayton,
Mo, Tim groom, who was raised In
this community, Is well known and has
many friends here. He just returned
from the Philippines last spring, where
he had served three years in company
II. 2!ith infantry of the l'nltcd States
army. A short time ago he went to
St. Louis to accept a position asa guard
at the world's fair. The bride Is a
school teacher, and ns she had con
tracted to teach this coming fall and
w inter, she will linlsh her school work
before they return to Nebraska. They
expect to move onto Mr. Sack's fanii
near Fagle In the spring.
DeWItt li ths nam to look lor hn
r-u ri lo buy V. !:i Ha.-l Si'v.
DdWitt Witch K..-I Saw It th
orlk-in.1 md on. if ir-vjire. n a,t
DrWltfiit th o-.ly Vitch HuH Sjlvn
Ihit Is mnJ from t!i uruduaented
All other ir counterfeits Iml
titlont, chtp ind worthl-t ven
dmterouv DrWltt'i Witch H.-ISii
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Itching ind Protrvdlnt pn. AIkiCuU,
Bim. Eruiwt, Strain. Lcritlon.
Cfwtuiln. BiU. Cwbincle. Ecrem.
Tetter. Silt fcheum. tmi all other Sk.n
E.C. DeWItt Co., Chicago
jjc. aim f i.uo ; all arugi'm.
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