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Kroehler St Kroehler
In selecting your sprin;; needs, please bear in mind that
we carry a complete line of lluiklers' Materia!
in the Hardware Line. Al.-o.
We do all kinds or Roofing Repairing
Don't allow money to lie around.
Is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it
bj keeping it in a safe place such as
The BanH of Cass County
Capital Stock $'0,000, Surplus $15,000
Clias. C. l'imiiele. l'n s., .luei.b Trtlvli, V-P.
T. JI. I'littcrsoii. Cnli.
You can give a check for any part of
it at any time and so have a receipt
for payment without asking for one.
When you have a hank account you
will he anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
15he R.eli&.ble Store
Newest Ideas in Spring Style
are found in our ready-to-wear jjarments, every effort has
been expended to make this seasons showing the greatest in
point of variety, the best in quality and the most reasonable
in price of any we have ever shown.
Three essentials are necessary to a bargain, viz: good
style, good quality and low price. Shoddy garments are dear
at any price you may pay.
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OUR SPECIAL CLOTHING CATALOGUE.
contains samples and descriptions of many splendid bargains,
the above suit among them. Write for it today. It's FREE
for the asking. Your name on our mail order list will insure
your receiving our catalogues as issued.
16th and TUT, J
Dodge iiityuuiiiuiuap Nb.
and the old
and Spouting, tall and see us.
Nj apema u. mm v.. i vn
ni.is, head4:ns. coi..st,c t on oi L"-(ft
general Jaouily. sour rwu.gs. aiM .:(
jf ins stoma :h ura ai! ju? n ir. (.
KoJol cursi int:g-.jt:on. This in a.v.v
try reormnts lh? natural jyces ot cw
as thsy exist in a hra.inv sion ft
;om!iits4 .with the greatest Knonri t,.(.-c
ani rejjnslructive propsrts-is K )jo! O
pipiia Curs does riot only cure ir.digen.n
and dyspspiia, but this famous ren
cures all stomach trouble by c!eansn.
purifying, swsetsning and 3trength-;i.i (
the mucous membranes lining thf 3tcm'u. .
Mr. 5. S. Bill, of RavonswrM. W. Vi . -"
I wji traiblri with sour jtcrraoi (or tuer'y .
Kl)l cured 1115 ani we are 11 :w unn It In milk
Kodol Digests What You Eat.
Battles only. $1.03 Si2e huUm 2'i tlmsi tn. Irial
size, whi-h seils for 50 entj.
Prtparsd by E. C. DWITT & CO., CHIOAOa
Gerinj; A: Co.
DR. J. 0. BRUCE
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Con ti'S tihii'k. riHinisi'.'.'i mid :.'ti. Office hour
9 to l:J :i. 111.. I to j p. in. mid 7 to ! . rn. hy ay
polntmi'iil, 'Iflciiliom's, ollli'i ;UTi re.sldurjce
lit l'erklii! Hotel.
Eat, Every thing
in finest pure silk and
worsted fabric $15.00.
In offering you this
suit we do so in the firm
belief that it hasn't a
duplicate elsewhere at
the price. It is equal
in quality of material
and workmanship, as
perfect in fit, as hand
some in style, as any
ustom made garment
for which you would
pay more than double
our price; is ' hand
SEND US YOUR
MAIL, ORDER! If
when you see the suit
your not perfectly sat
isfied return it at our
expense and we'll cheer
fully refund your
"OUR OLD KENTUCKY HOME"!
Horre Comic Week Looked Fomard ts With
HOW MANY FROM CASS COUNTY WILL GO
One Hundred Thousand Whose Homes Are
The program for "Home Coming
Week" in Louisville, June 13 to 17,
when one hundred thousand former
Kentuckians are expected to no hack
to their uative heath, is rapidly tak
The first day, Wednesday, June 13,
will be known as Reception and Wel
come Day, the second, June 14, as Fos
ter day; the third, June 15, as Daniel
Boone Day; the fourth, hi, as Greater
Kentucky Day, and the fifth, Sunday,
as -Tiitll We Meet Again."
The address of welcome Is to he de
livered by Henry Waterson, and re
sponded to by D. II. Francis, of Mis
souri. others on the program are
Wiu. Lindsay, John (i. Carlisle, John
M. Harlan, Thomas T. Crittenden and
Adlal E. Stevenson.
There will he a civic and military
parade on the first day, and every
county in the .state will establish head
quarters In the new Armory, which Is
the second largest building of the kind
In the United States. ( in Foster Day
there will he several events In memory
of the author of "My Old Kentucky
Home," including the unveiling of a
statute of Foster, which will later he
cast in bronze and placed in the new
eapitol at Frankfort. Daniel Hoone
Day will be one of the features of the
week, during which there will he sew
ing bees, apple parings, corn huskings
and old-fashioned dances. The Com
mercial Club has offered a handsome
medal tothe person who can prove the
closest relationship to the great pio
neer. On (ireater Kentucky Day liere
will be barbecues, camptires, etc., and
orators will be given the opportunity
to tell how Kentuckians have helped
make other states greater hy their
having lived in them. On Sunday
former Kentuckians will liil all the
pulpits in Louisville. Semi names and
addresses of any former Kentuckians
you may know to 11. E. Hughes, Sec
retary Commercial Club, Louisville,
There are several former Kentuck
ians scattered over Cass county, but we
laive not learned the names of those
who expect to attend the grand event.
The Journal would like to have the
names and addresses of all Kentuck
ians who contemplate attending.
Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly
respected resident of Faisonia, Miss.,
was sick with stomach trouble for
more than six months. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Lker Tablets cured her.
She says; "I can now eat anything 1
want and am the proudest woman in
the world to find such a good medi
cine." For sale by F. O. Frlcke Sc
Co , and A. T. Fried.
and CURE the LUNGS
OUGHSand 60c a $1.00
OLDS Fret Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNQ TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
IN THE 600D OLD
You want to save your
money to buy your
AT OUR CITY
Full Weight Guaranteed
Best Threshing Goal
HII Kinds ol Feed
Corner Third and Main Streets
Dell Thone 25 Platts Thone 22
Wood-nen Win Cise.
'1 he v.ren e o urt l as reversed tin1
decision i f the district court of I 'oi.vt-
: la c-wt.t v in d ,. r.isi wherein Mis.'
i Mabel I '. t ik,l-r, i,!u of ti e l.i'e
il'Lai'it tv'iMi, SiCuiVi! a wrdur
iagalii; tl.o .o.huen of the Woi'..!'
1 for t! e ail.-'t.t.t tf the I'Oliev ,
jiarriol m tl.itt ot.lcr hy the deceased '
I It was viown L'den failnl to pay an !
assevi.ei;t levied for the tuetith of!
Noveii.! er. Ih died the following;
January. TLewninw biought suit a!-;
leglnn her hiishaud was In gmd stand
ing and denying the legality of tbej
assesMueut as It was made by the
sovereign commander and the finance
committee rather than the sovereign
camp. The court holds under the laws
of the order an assessment Is due and
payable each month unless remitted
and consequently the deceased was not
a member in good standing at the time
of his death. The case was remanded.
A Singular Incidence.
It Is imw announced that the little
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Steele is
out of danger. Ills was a case seldom
known to medical science the third
attack of pneumonia In one year. The
attending physician has been asked
for a full history of the case by medical
men all over the state, which he has
cheerfully furnished, together with
the manner in which the case was
treated. Louisville Courier.
It is possible to obtain relief from
chronic indigestion and dyspepsia by
the use nf Kodol for Dyspepsia. Some
of the must hopeless cases of long
standing have yielded to it. It enables
you to digest the food you eat and ex
ercises a corrective Influence, building
up the eillelency of the digestive or
gans. The stomach Is the holler w here
in the steam Is made that keep up
your vitality, Health ann strength.
Kodol digests what you eat. Makes
the stomach sweet puts the boiler in
condition to do the work nature de-
mannds of it gives you relief from
digestive disorders, and puts you in
shape to do your best, and feel your
best. Sold hy F. (i. Fricke Co., and
Oering & Co.
Rev. Father Bradley.
Speaking of the ceremonies of the
laying of the corner stone of ihe new
Catholic church in thai cit y last Tues
day morning, the Auburn Herald says:
"The Hev. Father Ihadley of Plaits-
mouth delivered a most eloquent ser
mon, couched in language which show
ed a remarkable acquaintance with
the English tongue and was noted for
the beauty of the word pictures which
hedrew, as well as the liberally and
high moral plane to which he urged
his audidence to aspire."
Mr. and Mr. Slater Return.
Mr. and Mrs. William Slater return
ed from their eastern trip Thursday
afternoon, and their many friends In
Piatt smouth extend to them a most
cordial greeting. Mr. and Mrs. Slater
departed from this city about four
months ago to visit among their
friends in Vermont, and they had not
fully determined asto remaining there
permanently. They are both looking
remarkably well, and the Journal
hopes they have returned with the de
termination of making Plattsmouth
their home for all time to come.
Death of J. J. Reitter.
In speaking of the death of J. J.
Ueitter, a prominent citizen of Eagle,
which occurred on Sunday morning,
May 13, the Ileacon says the announce
ment "came as a shock to the citizens
of this village, although It was known
that ho was sinking very rapidly for a
short time before. Mr. Ileitter had
been confined to his bed only one week
prior to hlsdeath, which resulted from
typhoid fever." The following bio
graphy of the deceased appears in the
Ucacon: "John Jacob Ileitter was
born In Germany, July 25, lsi;4. In
December, 1W, he came to Nebraska
with his parents who located at Ne
braska City, where they resided until
the year 1875, when he came with his
parents to a farm in this county, Just
southwest of where Eagle now stands.
On December 24, 18H5, he was united
In marriage to Miss Anna Weaver, a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Weaver, living southeast of town. To
this union six children were born four
girts and two boys. One child, a son,
died In Infancy; the others Nora,
Florence, Oil le, Katie and Johnnie
remain to mourn the loss of a kind and
loving father. Just four years prior
to the death of their father, whlthln a
few hours, these same children were
deprived of a mother's help and care
by death. Hesldes his live children lie
leaves an aged father, one brother, one
sister with other relatives and a host
of friends to mourn'hls death.
"The early part of Mr. Renter's
life was spent on a farm near here, hut
for the past nine years he had been en
gaged in business In Eagle and had dis
posed of his stock of merchandise only
a few weeks ago."
Bett for Worn n and Children.
On account of Its mild action and
pleasant taste Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup Is especially recommended for
women and children. It does not
nauseate or gripe like pills and ordi
nary cathartics. Orino Laxative Fruit
Syrup aids digestion and stimulates
the liver rnd bowels wlthour Irritating
them. Remember the name Orino
. CITY IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY!
Nearly One Hundred and Fi;t Citizens Pre-;
sent Thursday Nigh!.
MAYOR AND COUNCIL IN ATTENDANCE
Many Excellent Suggestions Presented - R.
B. Windham Elected Chairman.
At the meeting held at the I'anuele
theatre Thursday for the purpose of
discussing and perfecting a permanent,
organisation of the Village Improve
ment society, about one hundred and
fifty people were present and preferred
timely suggestions. Mr. K. It. Wind
ham opened the meeting by a descrip
tion of many beautiful homes that he
has had the pleasure to visit, and bow
by united effort by an entire com
munity the Interior and exterior of
the home, the lawn and the streets
may he beautllied, ami the back
grounds and alleys kept free from
weeds and debris.
After tills address the meeting was
thrown open to the audience who
selected Noel llawls temporary secre
tary, and then proceeded to a general
discussion of itlie various phases and
the suggestions presented. Among
tiie excellent suggestions offered hy
Mrs. ('. C. I'armele, Attorney Travis,
Mayor tiering, Superintendent House
and others was Hie necessity of placing
the cemetery In a better condition,
requiring the people to keep down the
weeds, or, as Judge Travis suggested,
to drive about a thousand head of
sheep slowly through the streets in
order that they might devastate the!
weeds. After extended consideration
of the present needs of t be city, 11. 1!.
Windham was elected chairman of the
meeting with the authority to select j
a committee of live orseven persons to
assist him. A motion that a com
mittee be appointed to draft a consti
tution and by-laws, was carried, and
the chairman assigned Mrs. C. c. I'ar
mele, Mrs. S. M. Chapman and Attor
ney C. A. llawls to that task. After
coiiciuili'ig to await t he action ol this
committer the meeting adiourned un-
I II further notice.
Pirating Foley- Honey and Tar.
Foley ."t Co., Chicago, originated
Honey & Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
Honey and Tar many Imitations are
offered for the genuine. These worth
less Imitations have similar sounding
names, lleware of them. The genu
ine Foley's Honey and Tar is In a yel
low package. Ask for It and refuse
any substitute. 1 1 is the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Sold by F. C.
Fricke & Co., and A. T. Fried.
Frauvereio Enjoy Outing.
A rare treat was enjoyed yesterday
afternoon by the Frauvereln. who
were conveyed in a carryall to the hos
pitable home of Fred Kehne, four
miles west of town. The afternoon
was pleasantly enjoyed at social con
versation and plying nimble fingers
at faucy work. Delicious refreshments
wero served by the hosless, and at a
late hour the ladles took their depart
ure, deeply Indebted to Mr. and Mrs.
Kehne for the delightful hours spent
with them. Those present to indulge
in the social event were: Mesdames
Warga, Ohms, Zuckweiler, Vallery,
Wise, Hoot, Huffman, Wolfe, Mumm,
Pearlman, L. B. Fgcnberger, F. (I.
Egenberger, Weckbacliand Weber.
Mitt Pearlman Entertain.
In response to Hie invitation to
spend the evening the Five Hundred
club assembled last night at the home
of Miss Ida Pearlman, who very pleas
antly entertained them at progressive
five hundred. In the contest for the
honors Miss Emma Falter proved to
be the most successful, and was accord
ingly presented with the much sought
for prize. The guests were then
escorted to the dining room where a
delicious two-course luncheon was
served, and a good social time enjoyed.
Those present to participate in the
occasion were Misses Gladys Marshal,
lone Dovcy, Emma Falter, Gladys
Sullivan, Ellen Windham, Ida Pearl
man, Helen Dovey, Gretchcn Don
nelly, Frances Weidman, .etta Brown,
Margaret Mauzy and Ruth Johnson.
Woman Die on Train.
Mrs. A. F. Pearson, en route to Lin
coln from Altoona, Kan., to visit her
mother, Mrs. W. J. Hamilton, died on
the train, near Weeping Water yester
day. J he woman complained of being
ill of heart trouble and during the
night she took some headache powders.
It was the opinion of the coroner at
Lincoln that she died as the result of
Continued to June S.
Judge Sullivan was notified by tel
egram Thursday that the examination
of the murderess of his nephew, A. N.
Mc Vicar, will not occur until June 5,
Consequently the Judge and Mr. Dovey
did not start for California last eve
ning, ('or some cause not known the
trial has been continued to that date.
Tor your Protection
we plno this label on very
package of Scot fx KiiiiiIhIod.
The maiiwItlialUlioti his buck
Is our trade-mark, mid It U a
Kiuirautce that Scott' Eintil
hIoii will do nil Hint Ik claimed
for It. Not hltij; be! ter for lung,
throat or lirnnc lilul trouhlen hi
Infant or loliilt. Sent I'm F.iiiiiI
kIoii Is oiio of the grenteMt llenli
builders know u to tlio niedleiil
W'4'll atnj you a lamplt tr.
scon &, bowne, 4";ari.?,',r,',t
Thursday, as we were wending our
way homeward ab.iut half past six
o'clock, we observed our old friend, J.
A. Walker, of Murray, parading the
street, and we made up our mind then
that there was "something In Mm
wind." And this morning we found
out what it was -a card contest. Mr.
Walker was accompanied by Mr. Allen
Wilson, of Nebraska City, and It
seems that H. N. Dovey and W. K.
Fox had challenged these parties for
a series of games of "pitch" In which
our old friend from Murray claims to
be prollcient, and from all reports wo
should judge he still wears the belt.
Messrs. Walker and Wilson played
against Messrs. Dovey and Fox, and
after playing ten games, the result
was s to in favor of the visitors.
The victors relumed home this morn
ing vlctorv Inscribed upon their
haiiners. They say that as soon as
the vanquished learn a little more
about the game they will favor them
with another t rial.
District Court Notes.
In the case or Aultman Miller
Buckeye Co. vs. .1. W. Manners, a mo
tion to strike out a certain part of tho
deposition concerning Ihe reputation
of defendant for truth and veracity,
A demurrer tothe counterclaim in
the case of Westlnghouse Co. vs. Lafa
yette W. Nelson etal., was suitalncd.
The testimony In the case of M. A.
Low vs. O. II. Eggleston et at., was
concluded and the Issue found In favor
of the plaintiff.
In the case of Coatman vs. Drum
the report of the referees was exam
ined, approved and deed ordered to
On motion of the plalntlir the case
of State vs Ed Egenberger, was dis
missed at cost of defendant.
A motion to dismiss appeal In the
case of State vs Wm. and Jos. Sack,
was sustained and appeal dismissed.
On motion of the piaintltl the cause
of State vs Missouri Pacific was dis
missed without prejudice to further
-Why take a dozen things to cure
that cough'.' Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar allays the congestion,
stops that tickling, drives the cold out,
through the bowels. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co., and Gering & Co.
Wedding Bell Will Ring.
Invitations have been issued for the
marriage of Miss Anna Towle of Wa
bash and Mr. Jess G. Hill of South
Bend, which will occur at the bride's
home Monday, May '."ith. Miss Towle
Is the accomplished and popular
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Towle
and a sister of Miss Euna Towle, a
well known teacher In the Platts
mouth schools, and Is herself a teacher
of prominence throughout the county.
The prospective groom Is a son of W.
D. Hill of South Bend and Is a young
man of sterling character who has re
cently embarked In the real estate
business In Holdrege, where they will
make their future home. It Is also
very strongly rumored that Mr. and
Mrs. Hill are about to lose another son
and daughter-or perhaps we might
better say they are about to gain an
other son and daughter through a
double wedding, when thelrson, Chas.,
will lie united in marriage to Miss
Blanche Walllck of South Bend, and
their daughter, Miss Eunice, will be
married to Jacob U. Kline, a young
man reared In South Bend, but now
employed by the Rock Island railroad
with headquarters at Falrburv. This
double wedding will probably occur
early in June, and particulars of all
these happy events will appear later In
Just received a car of the American
fencing. If in need of any please give
us a call before buying.
AOKMISSKN A LOCCKS.
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