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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1906)
t'tvin KrliUy't llly.
"Gut Hell," the favorite cigar
Machine oil at Asemlsson & Louck '8.
Pr. Marshall, Pentlst, Coats' Kink.
Garden tools of every description at
J. L. McNurlln of Murray was look
inir after some business at the county
Full line of gulck Meal and Hound
Oak Steel Kanges, at competing prices.
Asemissen & Louck.
Miss Mollk' Herder, of Louisville, is
visiting In the city the must of U. V.
Clements ;rul family.
John Alberta prrsperoiis farmer of
KIl'IiI Mile (imve luvcinct was in
Plattsinnutlj today visiting.
C. V.. Metor and sister, Miss Amelia,
came in trom Cedar Creek this iimni-
inji to attend the funeral of MissStella
Marry 1'. Long ami Axel !. X.aar of
Soiilli r.endcaine In on the Schuyler
this morning and went to Omaha on
the fast mall.
The sheriiT received a circular letter
today, olTerlntr a reward of $"40 for the
capture of seven convicts, who escaped
from the l S. l'cnitcntlary at Leaven
In the county court this morning
a hearing was hnd on the petition for
administration Intne estate of James
J. McNurlln, deceased, and John Mc
Nurlln was appointed Administrator.
The sherllT Is In receipt of a card
from SherllT Khlers of Stroinsburg, of
fering a reward of $75.00 for the recov
ery of a team of horses stolen from the
farm of A. (. Tolhoy on Friday, April
The Journal has the exclusive right
for the sale of the book giving the
complete description and all the par
ticulars of the San Francisco Earth
quake, and gives the book and the
Iaily Journal three months, both for
In response to a message received
last night station that Isaac N. (loch-
cnour, who has recently proved upon
his homestead near llurwcll, Neb,
would be unable to survive the severe
attack of lumbano, his sons, Walter,
John and Claude departed this morn
ing for the above place to Join the
mother and other brothers who are
at the bedside of the father.
I'rum Siiturtltty'a I'ully.
Charlie and Walter Sans of Hock
Bluffs were county seat visitors today.
Mrs. John McNurlln and Mrs. Will
Seybert were visiting In Omaha today.
Henry Kehne of Manley was trans
acting business at the county seat to
day. gulck Meal Gasoline Stoves, al
sizes and styles, for sale at Asemlsscn
& Louck 's.
Coon Vallery one of Cass county's
prosperous farmers, was a caller at the
court house today.
Henry Horn, of Cedar Creek, was in
the city today and paid the Journal
oflice a pleasant call.
Will Noxen Jr., came In from Cedar
Creek this morning to visit with
friends at the county seat.
Money on hand to loan on city
property. No delay.
H. D. TRAVIS.
Mrs. Ed. Barstow who has been en
Joying a visit with friends here return
ed to her home at Lincoln this after
noon. Miss Josephine Yellnek came in
from the vicinity of Weeping Water
this morning to spend Sunday with
Misses Ada Winkler and Jennctte
Record passed through this city this
morning enroute from Glenwood to
Auburn, Neb., where they will visit
D.O. DWYER, Attorney-at-Law
Offce in building east of court
house, Plottsmouth, Nebraska.
Mr. Teegarden came In from Indiana
this morning and accompanied his son.
J. M., to Weeping Water on the Mis
souri Pacific passenger to visit with
his two sons.
Wantkd State representative who
is capable of organizing and handling
crew of salesmen; one In each county;
some knowledge of farming necessary
splendid and permanent position. Give
reference in first letter. Box !;, Pa
lnos. N. Shumway writes from his
present home In Eugene, Oregon, to
send him the Journal. Tom was for
merly employed with John I'.auer, and
later worked In the Burlington shops.
He says Eugene has a population of
about 8.000, Is a line town and that he
I getting along nicely and he and his
family are well pleased w ith the conn
try. Tom has many friends In Piatt
r'ruii M,uuy' llly.
Wm. Stohlman, of Manley, was In
town today on business.
Hen Mil and wife of Murray were
county seat visitors today.
Claude Everett of Colon was a bus!
ness visitor at Plattsmouth today.
A. B. Iickson, of Elm wood, was vis
iting friends at the county seat today.
J. G. Smith, of Murray, was looking
after some business matters here today.
Frank J'. Sheldon, of Nehawka, was
a business visitor at the county seat
Fred llockelnian of Munlock was
transacting bisiness at Plattsmouth
I!, I. Clements, of Elm.voOil, wa.-
transacting business at Plat tvn mth
Carl oils, of tl,t) linn of Ivory &
Otis, of Glenwood, was a visitor here
James Manners and Miss Marie Her
ger, of Murray, were visiting in the
New supply of garden seed in bulk
also all kinds of Held seeds, at Asemls
scn - Louck 's.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Smith drove up
from Murray Sunday to attend the
funeral of Levi Churchill.
C. A. fawls, Lawyer,
bate and general practice.
rice of Caunty Attorney.
Fred Schewe and Peter Eveland
were business visitors at the county
scat today from Murdock.
W, J. Kanard, who recently moved
upon the Perry Walker farm was a
welcome caller at the Journal oflice to
day. J. A. Clements of the Elmwood
Leader-Echo was a county seat visitor
today, departing on the fast mall for
Mrs. C. M. Seybert and children
came In from Mt. Pleasant precinct
this morning, to visit with John Mc
Nurlin and family.
Mrs. E. 15. Cooley and daughter
Gladys were called here Sunday from
Colorado Springs, Colo., by the sick
ness of her mother, Mrs. Ellis.
Kobcrt Metteer, who claims the dis
tinction of being the oldest man in
Cass county, came In from Elmwood
on business this morning, and while
here he found time to make a very
pleasant call at the Journal olllce. Mr,
Metteer who will be (l years old the
ilrst part of May, reads without glasses
and writes a very legible hand.
I'rom Tuesday's Dully
Pennis loud of Greenwood was a
business visitor at the county seat to
day. C. II. Phlllipps of Louisville was a
business visitor at the county seat to
day. James Slander and C. A. liichey
were transacting business at the coun
ty seat today.
John Little departed for Ilavelock
this afternoon to work in the B. & M.
shops at that place.
Robert Fltz. Sam Swaps and L. 15.
Brown from the vicinity of Pock lllulTs
were county scat visitors today.
Commissioners Switzer and Marshall
came in from Weeping Water this
morning and the county board are In
11. F. G libit who has been enjoying a
visit with Jululs Poring and family
departed this afternoon for his home
at Broken I?ow, Neb.
A marriage license was issued today
to Frank lJoctcl, aged 22, and Ethel
Ilartman, aged 17, both residents of
this city. The ceremony was perform
ed by Rev. Youtzy.
Today J.L.Thompson steps down
and out of the livery business, and
entered the employ of the P. G. Ly
man Sand Co. Ed. Fitzgerald again
resumes charge of the stable, and hack
The two suspects, whom we men
tioned as being wanted by the South
Omaha authorities were turned over
to Chief of Police P.riggs, and taken to
that place this afternoon to answer
the charge of brutally assaulting and
kicking a woman on Sunday.
An exceedingly large number of
wolves scalps have been brought to the
county clerk's oflice, and the bounty
placed to the credit of the farmer who
destroyed the wolves. E. T. Comer
and Peube Irons killed Hi, Ed Hell
and J. P. Kiel each.", during last week.
I lie case which was argued before
Judge Archer yesterday afternoon was
finally dismissed after considerable
deliberation. The principal cause for
the action appears to have arisen from
the fact that one of the parties allow
cd their chickens to scratch up the
I'rum Yil:,'iUy cl.il'y.
Mien!! guintou went out in the
vicinity of Louiswlie to ere v.:j.e
M issCat herine Solvers of Marquette,
Neh., Is islCiik' in the city the guest
of her sVer, Mis. J. L. Tlionpson and
Mrs. C. M. Seybert and daughters,
Ivy and Margaret returned to their
borne in Mt. Phasant precinct after a
pleasant visit with John McNurlln and
W. H. Shoemaker of near Nehawka
was in the city today on business and
made the Journal a social call.
George C. Yanllorn and Mrs.
Koehnke were among the passengeis
for the metropolis this afternoon.
The county clerk re:eiei eight gray
wolf scilps from AuguH Johnson of
Alvo. They were genuine gray wolves,
and for the scalps of these, thtreisa
bounty of I'i.oo per head.
Pun't use l.arsh physi.'s. Ti e re
action weakens tl.e IovmN, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Pegulets, They opera'e easily, tone
the st imr.eh, cure cons' I path n. I
The thlrty-lirst annual session of the
grand chapter of the Eastern Star of
Nebraska convened at the Masonic
temple at Omaha yesterday. Many
delegates from here arc attending to
day's session. In all t lie re are over
.",oo delegates present from over the
The Platte river is on a rampage
again, having risen nearly two feet in
the past twenty-four hours, and being
out of Its banks at Oreapolls, Hooding
that vicinity and covering the tracks
of the Missouri Pad lie. The Hurl-
ington's fast train No. 1 was annulled
this morning between Paci tic Junction
and Ashland, and was sent by the way
QC D( -JC )Q( CZ H' M-
I Carpets and More Carpets
W. H. Hell of Pleasant View Stock
Farm was a cnuntvseat visitor todav.
John Porter and son, Howard, of
Murray were county seat visitors to
day, and while here made a pleasant
call on the Journal force.
Miss Palsy Sherwood was a passen
ger this afternoon for Louisville,
where she will take part in an enter
tainment to bo given by the high
L. S. Maynes, who has been employed
for several months in the liurlington
shops, has resigned and departed this
morning for Omaha where he has
secured a position.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Henford who
have been enjoying a visit with the
latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Shopp, departed this afternoon for
their home at Denver, Colo.
Can't look well, eat well or feel well
with Impure blood feeding your body,
Keep the blood pure with Burdock
Blood Hitters. Eat simply, take
exercise, keep clean and you w 111 have
Earl Wescott has closed a deal at
Hastings recently for wiring and elec
trical apparatus, which will require
several months to complete. lie de
parted this evening on a business trip
If you want a real estate loan at
reasonable rates; or a reliable abstract
of title, insurance policy, security
bond of and kind, or a contract, deed
or mortgage dr.iwn, see John M. Lcyda,
Gund building. Work promptly and
neatly done and charges reasonable.
KILE. the COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
m" Dr. King's
OUGHSand 60c & $1.00
OLDS Fret Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
Strength to Weak Men
Rantwa NanM ParM and Enarf.
Tti world aiimlrin nun iui rt ttmii in phrftlriil,
mrnu) and iienr foivti nirn of aniMtlou, eni'iyy and
)rtMiiinI ma.it'tltm ; thf true I v of wrfect manhrx!.
To attain thin tli tlrxt rrjullt ia frtxxl. titaJtU
Ncvti. lilflt irlTpfapAt'lty fr fiillitrvelimriit.
Ptrrt NCRVIOOH nitt Stfn. Catm NirVflt.
Oirii Narvoua DafetNtf. Palling Memory. Vttal Waah
naaa, Prostration, ftlaaoiaatnaaa ami uther trouUcaUvio
U vtr work, worrv, mm. r vMmji haiit.
Mnkeimoh. iicniihv iih-umi rrair witua nfrret
V'lualtv iTimmI fur wnmrn. Hmlilrl frr.
iTi.-ffl tRiatxtt. Kit for K.(X. iioKtraul, with a miar
antrr to rrfnml If not ruml or trm iitrl.
PCFFCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, CHICAGO, U. B. A.
For Sale by Goring & Co.
Aa akMlat (pacific aad aatl-Mptl araa
rmsa r an aiaaa al
nupLi a QtioLB. KErEoniHismxea.
A mra car lor Haarftnwa, Taniltltla, Qulntf,
Iaflaaia4, licaratH aa Catarrhal faraTbraal
A Brotlva al Craup, Wkaaplog Caaik aa4
riHirii.fa rkamno looTRrca
4atM tf tka Mom BaitnaM Thraai luaoial.
I'M ta Iba aovairr.
Ikoald tpt la avtrr aona. rrtra IS Casta.
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GERIXG & CO., druggists
E have been busy cutting off carpets for the past
two weeks, which convinces us that our prices
are right and we KNOW that our assortment is
good and complete. v
We always strive to get the Best and Choicest
Patterns and then give the Lowest Prices to our
Customers for Reliable Goods.
Tapestry Brussels, .
. 50c, 65c
. 75c. m
. $1.00, SI.IO, $1,15
$1,00, $1,10. $1,15, $1,25
. . 59c, 70c, 75c
Lower Grades of Garpetings 19c, 25c, 30c, 45c
A Fine Line of Straw Mattings
i rr tni ii if CQ
Miss Alice Sullivan returned last
ni'ht from a visit with friends at
Nathan and Ueuben foster returned
to their homes at Union last night,
after a short visit with friends at the
Earl C. Wescott was transacting
business at the metropolis this morn
ing. Mrs. Luclla Jewel and son, Ralph of
Fremont are visiting In t he city the
guest of the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Archer.
One good family horse, one top buggy
nearly new, one lumber wagon, one
sett heavy work harness, one single
harness, one Avery cultivator, all in
good repair. Call on Matt Spader.
So. Gth st. riattsmouth, Neb.
You May Win This Prize
Costs You Nothing to Try.
We want a good, distinctive name for a new bottled beer, we have brewed and stored
in our cellars.
We Mieve it is the best beer ever brewed and we want the lst name for it a name
as appropriate as the beer is satisfactory.
It is a distinctive beer, brewed to meet the present day taste of the great American public,
uuu wo wain uie limine iu name 11.
Therefore, we will give $500. in gold, to the person who submits to us, before May 21, 1906,
the name that most nearly meets our renuirements.
This contest is ojieu to every man, woman and child in the whole country. It costs you nothing to try.
A,, v 1 1 neve iu lit ia nj nriui in uic liuilie.
Somebody will get $5o). for just one idea. Why not you? Put on your thinking cap and get busy. Use
the coupon, and mail promptly. You can send in as many suggestions as you like.
What It Is For.
The name is for a new bottled, pale beer that has
been aging in our vats for several months a beer w hich
we are sure will meet popular taste as no other beer
has since the art of brewing was discovered.
When you drink it you will say: "Well, that's the
best glass of lieer I ever drauk in my life!"
And it will be, because:
1st. It is a pure beer, made from the best Northwest
barley-malt, the finest Bohemian hops, high quality
Indian rice, all carefully selected by experts for this
special brew, together with yast in absolutely per
fect condition and pure, sparkling water from our
own artesian spring.
2nd. It is a carefully made beer brewed by one of the
best brew-masters in the world, with every facility
at bis command that modern science cau supply,
3rd. And this is most important of all. It is not only
a PUKE beer; it is not only MADE RIGHT: but it
is made especially to suit YOUR taste. We have
brewed beer in Omaha for 50 years long enough
to learn what the public wants, and long enough to
learn HOW to make the beer that PLEASES the
public's taste EXACTLY. We are not trving to
force OL'R taste upon you, but are catering entirely
iu uic I'uuni; b tabic
The Kind of Name We Want.
We want a name that will express as nearly as pos
sible in a single word all the chief characteristics of
the perfection of the brewer's art,
the body, color and TASTE that pleases the
Remember it is au American beer made for Amer
lean tastes. We do not want to use as so many brew
ers do such names as "Pilsener," "Bavarian," "Bo
hemian," "Hofbrau," "Muenchner," "Old German,"
"Weiner," "Wurtzburger," etc., showing what foreign
beer they have tried to imitate; for our beer is NOT
made in imitation of ANY foreign beer; it is a BETTER
Uer than any of them made for the American palate
combining all the best qualities of all the foreign Leers,
without their heavy, sticky substance.
It is lilit, easily digested, highlv nutritious, and of
a flavor to make you smack your lips.
ImPOr(&nt! Th nam r lrct must ba one that we can
copniilu or reiMMer, and therefore no proper
namr mav be uird. No dictionary nanin will do either exi-ept a do
arnptivF nf a certain quality c,f thin beer turn a "Velvet" or "Silk"
In indicate its monthjiei. The name muM be ahnrt. eail pro
nnunced and uegcative. No names endinn in "ine" will be considered.
Name Contest Department.
Fred Krug Brewing Co., Omaha. Neb.
I submit the following names for your new beer..
My name is.
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