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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1904)
IS A GOOD INVESTMENT
dm $9 m
8 fj LA. a
Q must be disposed of, and
Q Overcoat, or even both, to
Drop in some day and
Big stock of Husking Mitts one that will not wet
8 The Leading Clothier Plattsmouth, Neb.
Cheap Rates to St, Louis
VIA T1IK III IlLINOToS.
The liurlitiKtt'ii will run coach ex
cursions to St. Louis every Tuesday
and Thursday during August and Sep-
tcmher. .."() round trip, limited to re- j
turn in 7 days. Leave l'lattsinoutli at I
4:'.2 p. in., arrive SI. Louis ":l'.t the I'ul- J
lowing morning. W. L. Pu m'.tt,
RECORD HAS NEVER
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.,
J. P. Fai.tku, President
The Corona Live Stock and
Livc Stock, Real
No. 367 N'O ni'r,'s' thr,' ),ip-'"1
miles from town, one mile- from bcIiooI. This
land lies gently rolling'. 1ms nhout St) ncrca
under cultivation, tho balance in pasture.
HnH n fitnnll liouso, ood lmrn, ood well and
wind mill, Kn0(l lit'" liouno. Price
'. Ivenl Estate advnncfd fully 1(K) per cent in KaHtern Nebraska the last three yearn, and it
ia still boomiDtf. Dont think for minute that Innds have reached their limit. We Mill have
Boino snaps whero e can uoudio
interest on your money invested.
Corns and Sc Us
Just Think of It
Accordim; to figures fuiT.islic'il by Scvrv-
tary Cortolyou, it cits just T'T a war for
each man, woman and child in the lTnital Q
ct it costs more
year for every one employed in our Clothing
Store, and we have it to pay as sure as time
We have an enormous stock of Clothing
and Overcoats for Fall and Winter that
we would like to interest you in cither a Suit or Q
help us pay our expenses. V
see what we have maybe
Save Doctors' Bills
BOYS' SEA.MLESS. KANT
RIP. KANGAHOO CALF
YOUTHS' AS ABOVE
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' tfM K(
A1ARINE CALF 4JI.JU
SPECIALS $1.35 to $1.60
Sherwood & Son
Visit the Old Folks.
One fare plus ? 1 for t he round trip
to a great many points in Ohiu, Indi
ana, and Kentucky. Tickets cm sale
September fj, 1.1, 20, 27 and October 11.
Good via St. Louis and stopover at the
great exposition. Final limit thirty
days. See me for particulars or write
to L. V. Wakeley, General Passenger
W. L. Pick kit, Agent.
J..L K t'N.MAN n, Vice President
FALTER, General Manager
Estate and Commercial Papers
No. 368 '!-( aciv-i of land, fuiir iniies
from town, 1"U ncres under cultivation. l.al
nnce in liny nnd imsture. Small rovc. small
house, grnnnry, Itam nnd cattle shed. About
oO acres under fence. This land lies level,
and is n jjood bnr.rniti nt $-2..")0 jht acre.
you your money in lens mnu nve years, aim besHles p-t jochI
Wntch our "nd" each week and we'll tell you what we've pot
Office Up Stairs in Anhcuscr-Busch Building.
than this amount per X
we can make a trade.
I Given Up to Die.
i II. Spi-gel. lJol N. Virginia Si.. F.v-
ansville, I ml , wriu s: I't m overlive
years I was troubled with kidney and
'bladder alfections which caused me
i much pain and v.ony. I lost tlesliand
: was all run down, and a year ago had
! to abandon work entirely. I had tiuec
of the best physicians w ho did me no
! good and 1 was pract ically giwn opto
'die. Foley's Kidney Cure was reenm
: mended and thetirst bottle gave me
. ureat iclief, and alter taking the sec
j'tnid hottle 1 was entirely cured." F,
I (J. Fricke Co.
Strayed from my farm, .seven miles
southeast of Cedar Creek anil ten miles
.southwest of l'lattsinoutli. I! head
I ( I red ami 1 hlack) of steer calves and
J heifers, ranging four and live months
in age. Any person divine information
that will lead to their recovery will
he liberally rewarded.
P. A. HuKN,
Cedar Creek. Neb.
$8.50 to Sc. Louis and Return
The Hurlington offers the above low
rate for tickets good in coaches and
chair cars (seats free). On sale Tues
days and Thursdays during August
See me for full particulars.
W. L. Pic k kit, Agent.
Missouri Pacific Rates.
Keduced rates to St. Louis every
day on account of world's f iir. Coach
excursions, very low rates every Tues
day and Thursday of August and Sep
temher !."o for round trip.
Fall meetings K. C. transportation
bureau. Aug. 20 to 27, Sept. :i to ID,
Sept. 17 to 24; fare and one-third for
II. Pi. Lrsi:i., Agent.
Ulakos Kldr.ey and Bladder Rlcbt
C. (1. Siikklv, Sec. and Treas.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000
One dose of Aver's Cherry
Pectoral at bedtime prevents
nin lit coughs of children.
No croup. Nobronchitis. A
doctor's medicine for all
affections of the throat, bron
chial tubes, and lungs. Sold
for over 60 years.
- I Km Hint Arr'i Chi-rr? I'm-toril In mi
(inll (or rM ,i.r TIii-ti la u.illiliiii r...l
In II fur r.iiiKh. m,,I c.1,1. (..ir, ill (or rhll-Utu."-MliH.
W. II. Iluittkil, Miellir. Ala.
J. (1. ATtH I'll..
iwH M ....
Keep the bowels opnn with ono of
Ayer's Pills At bedtime, Jutt one.
AUTUMN: The Great Encurslon
To M. Louis: Yon will regret it for
years if yon fail to see St.. Louis Kxpo
sitlmi. Special Imv coach exclusion
rates mailt' dally each week from Sun
day tn Thursday, inclusive; seven days
limit: slightly higher rates for tickets
noml in slci'iiin' cars with longer
r! v low one way rates to the far
vesl and I'acilic coast. I'm-instance,
to t'alifnrnia and I'liet Soiiud;
--."' I'i Spokane territory; 31 toSall
Lake. Helena and lintte tenitoiy.
Tlii- low rate we.it hound, when added
to your ret i, ru trip east hound, makes
a very low nuir.d 1 1 rate.
Home Seekels' li'.cillsiotis ,e Hist
and I lii i Tuesdays each uionili to
the i;ii' liwest and southwest .
To t liicaco and Hack: I ;i i ! v low
rates uit her direct or via St. Lmiis in
eil le'i' iii i ret ion, w il h stopovers at St.
Louis, Kansas ( 'it or ( :iialia
Home 'isilois' Ki'Iiimmis: Visit
Hi- old home hack cast . S"t i-m I 'r
jo and -i: and (Vlo'er II, hall rates
plus -J to I ndiana and many points in
Miio nnd Kentucky.
N 1 . 1 1 1 ; A - K V VI Till. ST. I.UI I-
F.. I'Osl i'lHN,
Tiii'sday, (Vt..V All coo l Nehras
kaus. should he t here ami help exploit
the prosperity of our i-'t'eat comiuon
wealth. W. L. I'u hi; rr.
L. W. Vaki:i.i;v, Ticket. Acnt.
(ieneral Passenger Aeiit,
World's Fair Rates to St. Louis
Via I'.uiliiiKlon Iloute.
Tickets to St. Louis and return
(lood lifteen days, .tlit.si).
tiiiod sixty days,
(iood all sinnmer, 1H.4H.
Fur full information ahout train ser
vice and other details see the ticket
The St. Louis Imposition-1 he great
est slictw the world has ever seen Is
now complete and In harmonious oper
ation and it will he a lifetime's regret
if you fail to see it.
R. B. WINDHAM
Probate, Commercial Law, Real
Ami I'.in-eliiMiri. of Murt'iBrs n S'i-lulty
The undersiirnei will sell at I'uhhc
Auction at Ins farm, four and a half
miles .south of l'lattsinout li. on
Tuesday, October llth
Commencing at Mam o'clock an , the
following descrihed property:
Two work horses, four two-vear-old
colts, three yearlings, live tnlikcows,
three heifers with tirst calf, twi year
llnnsand liveealves.one thorounhhred
Whlteface hull, forty-live head of mn,
one farm wa'on, one simile luiifcy, one
ridini; cultivator, one riding lister, one
walking cultivator, one sulky plow,
two walking plows, oik' corn planter,
one seeder, one self-hinder, one harrow,
one single-row seeder, twosets clouhle
harness, one set single harness, and
many other articles too numerous to
A credit of six months will he yhen
on all sums over tin, puichas-r iriviun
hankahle note heaiiiu; seven percent
interest All slims i.f lll :ioil nnili.r
cash lii hand All property must he
settled for licforc. heini; icinoved.
I also have for sale at private sale
ahout five hundred heik'e fence posts.
C. L. MARTIN
i. r.MotKi.K, Auctioneer.
Made in California
2 lb. packages. .
All MgrWhsi ificcnu
Big Demand lor Plattsmouth Telephone
If you want a e,ood h per rent in
vestment lniy some Flat tsmout li Td,..
phone company stm k w Inle y.ni can urt
it. The sti vk le'W on the market is
heme rapidly taken up. and t hose con
templat Inu' hllyllik' telephone stuck
must place their orders soon, lis it will
all he sold in a very short time. Alter
this issue is disposed of no more stock
can he purchased or the I'lattsinouth
Telephone company. Following Is a
list of stockholders :
C. V. I'armele l'lattsinoutli, Neh.
T. K. I'armele "
T. II. 1'olliK'k
I!ea F. Patterson. . ' "
('. II. Smith
lr. F.. W. t'ook
Llda W. l'oll.K'k...
Chas. A. Patterson.
J. N. Wise
II. S. Ilarthold
(ieorne L. Farley. .
.1. F. iHnik'lass "
I'. t !. Fifenhei'jjer. . " "
M. A. Patterson . .
Mae K. Patterson. .
Pollock Parmele. . . "
Lllen C. Pollock . . .
II- Lwinn Lincoln, Neh.
Myrlle P. At Wood
Nellie P. Annew
i. W. Curyea Son ho, Neh.
Vincent ( 'amphell
C- F. Met 'lain.. . Weeping Waler, Neh.
.1. M. Carpei ..
.1. II. havis
F. I hckson ,v ( 'o.
-I. K. Keithley. .
Win. Iees Ivihier Klaiw I. Neh.
( '. I '. ( 'lapp
Am. l-lxchauye Hani,
F lu in ,h an
losepl, Tj.;- Wali.'ish, Neh.
Mis. i;. ,. i;i;uiti. i ouneil l :i mis, la.
Ivlwaid II. Vt'h't .
Llleli K. I l.U idsoli . . SlrliiieliV ille, ' lliio
Craw find , Ciaik oinaha, Neh.
l-'ra:ik ( 'raw ford
L. ('. liihsoii.
soul h ( imalia, Neh.
.lohn l-'ly nn
W. C. Laiiilieit.. .
I i.i 1 1 i i -I llamioii .
L. .1. arpenter. .
T. .lol yelison
Frank K out sky. .
.lohn I-'.. 'Ilern .
A. A. Wrinht. .
.lohn l it. Itoherts
W. F. (SUIispie..
. . . Mynard, Neh.
. . .Murray, Neh.
J. A. Walker
I. .1. Pitman
Chas S. Stone
L. V.. Stone
A. F. Sturm
Susiii K. Stone " "
Fronia Kime '
M. II. Pollard
Kuth Hates Pollard....
Fdith P. KIiik Waukecitan, III.
Frances Wesenheix. .(irechwood, Neh.
II. F. Swanhack " "
I. L. Talcott
N. I). Talcott
I). S. Hock well Mauley, Neh.
Frank II. Slander
Win. !. Frhart Louisville, Neh.
('. F. Mockcnhaunt. . . " "
Frank Creamer M unlock. Neh.
For further Information annlv toanv
of our local managers or call on or ad
dress T. II. Pni.l.cn h. Uen. Mirr.
LOW RARES TO OMAHA
via Piurliiik'lon lloute,
For the AH-Sar-Ben Festivities.
ictoher .'I to " Inclusive, the Pur
linnlon will sell tlcKets to ( Mnaha and
return at LI cents practically half
rales, j he carnival this year will Ih
a marked Improvement over all pre
vious years. In addition to a i
st reet carnival every clay there will he
a Flower parade ( ictoher ", a Kortfeous
electrical parade Jinirsday evening
Octolierd. and the Ak-Sar-I!eii hall
Octoher". Ask the ticket .u'ent for
lull particulars. L. . akki.kv,
(Jen. I'ais. Atfent, Omaha.
From 148 to 92 Pounds.
( ue of the most remarkahlo cases of
a cold, deep-seated on the luiik's, cans
Ine; pneumonia, is that of Mrs. (icr-
tiude I). I'enner, Marlon, Ind., win
was i ntlndy cured hy the use of ( ne
Minute Cou'h Cure. She says: "The
couvthin and straining so weakened
me that I ran down In weight from H1
to ti pounds. I tried a duihIkt of rem
edies to in avail until I used One Min
ute Couj,di Cure. Four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured mc entirely of
the coiiK'l), strengthened tny lunys and
restored me to my normal weight,
health and strength." Sold hy V, (J.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Timlu'ts of oalc koop tlic old
li-inusUuil sLunliti"; through
t!;-' yv-.trs. It pays to ttsc the
Men of oak " arc men in
nivi'il health, men vhoc
I Millies are nude of the sound
Childhood is the time to lay
the foundation for a sturdy con
stitution that will last for years.
Scott's Kmulsion is the rilit
Scott's Kmulsion stimulates
t ie rowitv powers of children,
h.'lps them Imild a firm
foundation for a sturdy consti
tution. Send for Irpn srimrilo.
SCOTT ft. llOWNt;, Chnmlntn,
400-415 1'iinrl Strcuit, Now York
50c. noil $I.OO; nil druiultits.
A ust t la has a special hoard of gov
ernment, physicians to whom every
thing that Is publicly ollered In the
hue of medicine must lie submitted
for inspeel Ion and analysis. Last
month a verdict was published, to
stop t he inanufaet uie of certain pa
tent medicines sold as herb-lea, and
we mention this fai l only because two
of these preparation are advertised In
this country also. We believe the
public belii; entitled to holiest pre
paiat Ions, ( i nt i i ni no dangerous in
gredients, such as Trltier's American
i;iiir of Hitter Wine. This Is a pre
para! inn made only of puic, miadultcr-
aled Willi' and of hel l s selected with
the greatest caie and knowledge. In
di si a ses of I he si uinach and of I he in
fest hies, t here is no heller, no safer
and no more reliable remedy; tor puri
fying the blood and strengthening the
muscles and the nerves, Timer's
American Fliirol' Pit ter Wine Is the.
best medical agent, found. livery
member of l he family can use it to ad
vantage. The taste Is very pleasant.
At drugstores. Jos. Trhier, "w South
Asiiland Ave., Chicago, Ills.
The "Havana Tag," the best, .'.c cigar
on the market. Try one today and
you will buy one tomorrow.
Hemoviny of Ilnum-hold (ioodn a
Specialty. Also, Heavy
oo Acres near town at Mi per acre;
In acres under cultivation, ::o
acres more cleared, balance pas
turage with running water, two
houses, well, w indmill, and other
Improvements. F,a.sy terms.
1 1 acres, on mam road south of Lin
coln avenue at I2-1 per acre per
acre, easy terms.
A very line L'l acres well Improved,
close in. Price f 1.10 per acre.
II acres adjoining town, partly Im
proved. Price 7..K) per acre.
A 4 acre tract close in at 7-1.oo per
l cottages with from 4 to rooms
will he sold at a sacrifice of from
one-third to one-half of the orig
A line .Vacrc trad witti good Im
provements, formerly worth 1,
(HHi, can now lie bought for i2,40,
A farm of 1120 acres In Nance Co.,
700 acres under cultivation, 400
acres pasture, 20 acres alfalfa, all
fenced, two sets of good Improve
ments, houses, hams, cattle sheds,
granerlcs, corn rribs, scales, wells,
wind mill and tank, running wa
ter, (UH) acres of valley land, nood
Koll, at only per acre If
R. D. WINDHAM
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