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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1906)
Kroehler & Kroehler
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we carry a complete line of IJuilders' Material
in the Hardware Line. Also.
and the old
We do all kinds of Roofing, Repairing and Spouting. ( all and see ns.
KROEHLER & KROEHLER
Nehawkj Boys Hard Luck.
A speca' Tr.'T. Co d 1Vi." 1 a
under date f Jur.e .1, sn: "Ho.i!1
Johnson of NehawUi. Neb, and Miss
Yen E. R'Vkwe'.iof M:m!e. applied
here for a n an !a:e hcet.se and eie
refused credentials. T;e pn svlne
gMoin gave l is a? as t nemy-one an i
the bride to b-' ad.r.itted to twent)
ti w cars, but t'ie eleik's deputy, who
Is an expert, placed the ace of the
younc man at saventeen n under and
refused in coin ply with the pleadings
of the couple."
The couple it seems did not give up
the chase for the necessary credentials
to make them one, as the following
from the Nebraska City Tribune of
last evening would indicate: "Howard
W. Johnson and Miss Yera E. Rock
well, both of Nehawka, were united
In marriage this afternoon at the
Methodist parsonage. Rev.C. A. Mas
tin performed the ceremony."
WHY SHOULD THEY TRADE
HERE IN PLATTSMOUTH ?
Don't allow money to lie around.
Is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it
J I. 111 v J
bv keeping it in a safe place such u
The BanH of Cass County
Capital Stock 150,000, Surplus $15,000
Clms. C. l'arnicle. Pres., Jacob TrltKCh, V-P,
T. M. Patterson. Ciwli.
You can (five a check for any part of
ft at any time and so have a receipt
for payment without asking for one.
when you have a bank account you
w ill be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
No appatlta, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach ara all due to indigestion.
, Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discov
ery represents the natural juices ot diges
tion as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known (onto
and reconstructive properties. Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
cures all stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Btll. of Rtv.njwood. W. Vt.. lira:
" I wu troubled with tour itomtch for twanty yaara.
Kodol cured me and we art now using It In milk
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holdlnf 2H tlmei the trial
lie. which sella for SO eenta.
Prepared by I. O. DaWITT OO.. OHIOAQa
Gering & Co.
Thousands annually bear witness
to the efficiency of Early Risers. These
pleasant, reliable little pills have long
borne a reputation second to none as a
laxative and cathartic. They are as
staple as bread in millions of homes.
Pleasant but elective. Will promptly
relieve constipation without griping.
Sold by Ericke & Co. and Coring Co.
American Held fencing and poultry
netting at Asemissen I.oiick's.
A hacking cough Is most annoying.
ne Minute Cough Cura draws the In
animation out of the. throat, chest
and lungs. Sold by Ericke & Co. and
ering & Co.
Fourth at Cedar Creek.
A movement is on foot for an excur
sion from Plattsmouth to Cedar Creek
on the Eourtli of Julv, the train to
leave here early in the morning and
return in the evening. This will give
the family of those whodesire tospend
the day in Ashing and other amuse
raents that they may desire to pursue
an opportunity to do so. We hope the
arrangements will be completed as
many here In town would no doubt
take advantage of this arrangement
for a day's outing.
DR. J. O. BRUCE
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Coatcs niix-k. rooms S. and22tl. Oftleehourl
II to 12 a. m 1 to 5 p. in. iiml 7 to 9 u. m. hv ay
ixilntnii'iit. Teleuliunes, otllce 'Mi ; residence
ut Perkins Hotel.
Ufe Reliable Store
In future issues of this paper
Unheard of low prices on our entire
stock which was damaged by water
in our recent
These goods have been water soaked
and some are stained These will be
As soon as the Insurance Adjusters
are through with their work,
Our customers will reap the benefit
of this great disaster by getting
Never before heard of in the history
of the West,
16th and tLXm.A AM H.r . Omaha.
Dodge ifittyuoiiui Nb.
How to Break Up a Cold.
It may be a surprise to many to
learn that a severe cold can be com
pletely broken up In one or two days
time. The first symptoms of a cold
are a dry, loud cough, a profuse watery
discharge from the nose, and a thin,
white coating on the tongue. When
Chamberlain's cough remedy is taken
every hour on the first appearance of
these symptoms, it counteracts the ef
feet of the cold and restores thesys'
tern to a healthy condition within a
dav or two. Eor sale by b.U. I ricke
& Co. and A. T. Eried.
J ust received a car of the American
fencing. If in need of any please give
us a call before buying.
Judges Going to Europe.
A Lincoln special to the Omaha Ree
contains the following: Chief Justice
Sedgwick and former Chief Justice
John J. Sullivan will leave the first
part of the week for a visit to England
and Ireland and some other places a
cross the water. They will be accom
panied by Mrs. Sedgwick and Mrs.
Sullivan. It is understood the trip
was Inspired by reason of the fear on
the part of Judg Sullivan that the
democrats would draft him to run for
An Alarming Situation
frequently results from neglect of clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con
stipation becomes chronic. This con
dttion is unknown to those who use
Dr. King's New Life Pills: the best
and greatest regulators of Stomach
and Bowels. Guaranteed by E. 0.
Ericke & Co., druggists. Price 25c.
Hew tilt Fiesp2psrs Educits t!ie Buyers
Ffoatbs Rural Districts.
The following timely thoughts upon
a (iiii'!Ui'ii that loteiests not only the
country merchant but the buyer
of merchandise, Is taken from the Ere
motit Herald and as it suits this lo
cality as well as it does Eremont, we
the take liberty of substituting the
name of I'lattsniouth Instead of Ere
mont.that it may possibly have a bet
ter effect upon the reader:
"One of the most notable facts con
nected with the country dally news
paper of today is the large Increase In
the amount of advertising of local busi
ness houses. The change has taken
place gradually, and lias been marked
especially during the past year or two.
It is highly significant, and an Inquiry
as to the cause of it Is of great profit,
not only to those engaged In the news
paper business, but to every business
man and citizen of our town as well.
The change, In brief, means that local
merchants have found it necessary to
call attention to their goods because of
the immense competition they face
the most deadly clement of which Is
that from the stores in tin larger
cities. These big establishments ad
vertise their wares extensively, and
the met iniuiiltan newspapers which
contain their advertisements arc scat
tered far and w ide, some one paper of
w hich enters nearly every home. The
result is that these establishments
have built up a great mail trade. The
country newspapers have sought by
every means to educate the country
buyer the fallacy of buying away from
home, and the newspaper men will
keep up this educational process. Peo
ple are gradually learning that "all is
not gold" that glitters In the adver
tisements of the large stores. They
find from time to time that they are
Imposed upon. In 1'lattsmouth and
in most of the towns hereabouts, there
is little occasion for this out-of-town
buying. The duty of the cltlz.cn Is
plain, and where other things are
eoual support should be given to the
local dealers. Our merchants have In
vested their capital, have erected
buildings, and have established con
cerns which are most metropolitan In
character. They have built us our lit
tie city, and it Is only a fair return
that they have the city's trade. A bet
ter reason for the trading at home is
that you are always guaranteed satis-
faction, or your money Is refunded.
No business man in the city can afford
to give ills customers anything else
but satisfaction, and the city store
doesn't miss the customer who kicks
and quits-there are plenty of other
"suckers" for their bait. l!ut the
Plattsmouth and Cass county citl.en
owes it to himself to trade at home
To turn his trade otherwise, even In
the line of small purchases which are
great in the aggregate, is to invite the
decline of property values Inour vlcln
ity, and that means loss not only to
the business men tut to the customer
When you think of buying in Omaha
or Lincoln, think twice and you will
spend the money at home."
What l a Lady
I I.lppec.cot t's Magazine gives the b.l
I Inuuik' ilescilpt l-o of a lads: "Social
! Iv a ladv is an illuminating exe'pllun
to ti e 'I'rnwil.' isl.e has old fasiontie.l
iH'lloi.s that puzzle the m.ijm it y :nnl
delight t lie few. Slie has no longings
b r a career or tor suffrage. She de
tests snobbery, but refuses to knew
anv save the "best people'' f. r her b
knew. Tlit'so who paint pictures, hew
marble, and w rite books or give to the
world the worthy pn ducts of their
talents are among her "best people."
Not that she looks uion great wealth
as a bar sinister to social eligibility.
What has money to do with ladyhood?
Hut she knows the need of money Is
the root of much evil; therefore,
among tier friends are women whose
millions are but golden addenda to
their thrlce-charmlng selves -Indeed,
she often is born to the purple, or ac
quires It by marriage. Many are called
upon, hut few-are chosen as a lady's
Intimates. To all she Is careful to
le polite, and i so escape the snare of
pet ty broils and spiteful "roastlngs."
Friendships that are h'Tii In a night,
and die in a fortnight, she rejects.
She confides In none. It unconscious
ly she Incites, she never Imltes, confi
dence, but when trust eil is loyalty's
IN THE GOOD OLD
You want to save your
money to buy your
AT OUR CITY
Full Weight Guaranteed
Best Threshing Coal
All Kinds of Feed
Corner Third and Mala Streets
Bell Thono M Platts Phone 22
Establish Recruiting Station.
Dr. E. I). Cummins has been notl
tied that a recruiting station for the
United States Marine Corps has been
established in this city. He received
his olllclal appointment as the medi
cal examining officer of candidates for
this branch of Cncle Sam's service
last Wednesday.' This department is
one of the best paid ot the military
and naval forces of the government
and the age for enlistment ranges
from IS to 3 j. Anyone Interested In
this service may secure more extended
Information In regard to the remuner
atlon, rank, etc., by consulting Dr
Get Hand Crushed by Hammer.
While making pipe clamps Eriday
morning about nine o'clock, Ed
Roman, a blacksmith apprentice, had
the misfortune to get his left hand
caught under the steam hammer, op
erated by Geo. Hall. The unfortunate
young man was at once taken to the
company physician's otllce, where it
was found necessary to amputate the
forefinger between the first and sec
ond joints, and to dress the other fin
gers and thumb, which were badly
mashed. The accident will necessitate
a several weeks' layoff.
Re-locates In Union.
A deal was made some time ago in
which Ir. A.E. Walker bought the
oilicc and practice of hr. E. L. Me
Lend In this village, but we had no
permission to publish the fact at that
time. The change is to be made next
Eriday, at which time lr. Walker
again steps In as "boss"' of the otllce
he sold Just three years ago. lie has
not been forgotten In those three
years, hence he needs no Introduction
to 1'nion people, w ho are glad to wel
come him back. Dr. McLeod Intends
going to New York City about July 1st
to take a year's post-graduate work In
one of ttie best medical colleges.
Special Salt of Trunks, Valisu
Suit Casts and Ttlcscopts at Hir
old's. Ntw Stock. Lowist prtct.
A Pecoli.ii Divoico C;i.e.
In t lie case ot Mcl lonald vs Mci ion-
lid, a demurer was tiled to the answer
of defendant, which was overruled. 1
The grounds lor the demurer were
used upon t lie iuesllon of whether or
not the probate court of HJahonia in
is:il had Jurlstlctlon to grant a divorce;
and, second, w liet her or not the case
Haddock vs Haddock, recently decided
In the supreme court of the United
States, would be followed In the state
f Nebraska. The court In that case
held that a divorce granted In one
state where the defendant resided In
another state, and service was had by
publication, that the decree entered
therein Is void. The case of McDon
ald vs McDonald will be tried at the
September term and will be, probably,
the first case In Nebraska, where this
liicstlon is raised. No doubt the case
will go to the supreme court of Ne
braska. II. D. Travis Is attorney for
the plaintiff and S. M. Chapman and
and Win. Deles Dernier for defendant.
District Court Notes.
Jas. . I. Johnson vs village of South
Ilend.ct. al.; motion of the defendants
to require plaintiff to lilenew petition,
called up by the defendant, but passed
by court on account of absence of at
torney for plaintiff.
Sylvia E. Wren vs. Edgar L. Wrenn,
defendant asks and Is given three days
to tile additional affidavits in support
of motion to dissolve temporary In
junction. Plaintiff asks and Is given
three days thereafter to file counter
affidavits. Cause to lie heard on said
mot Ion at Nebraska City on date to be
agreed upon by both parties.
Deles Dernier, et. al. vs Carrie Car
roll, motion to make petition more
definite and certain, overruled.
Cory vs Qulnton, on motion of de
fendant, the real party In interest, Jas.
M. Craig, Is substituted for the defend
Palmer vs Lane, ct. al., motion to
modify decree overruled; motion to
grant stay of order of sale, sustained.
A suit to recover Judgment In the
sum of $iu)0 was tiled in the district
clerk's ottlce today by John Larson vs.
Martha J. Peterson.
District court adjourned Thurs
day "sine die," and Judge Jesscn de
parted for his home In Nebraska City.
It Is dan-
Vim nro KiiiK to cole,
brato. of course, n:ol ns
Tlu Fourth coin.- but
onct' it yont you wimt tin
best or nothing. Our
is tlio utiiinliinl of purity
in boots it is oo d nul
freshing iiml jttNt tho
tiling for patriots to use
in 1 1-i 1 1 k 1 1 i c tfo'ir ooun
How arc your Kidneys?
gerous to delay when the Kidneys are
sick. One box of Kldncy-Ettes will
recommend the next. Ucrlng it Co,
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Pat
rick, In Alvo, was tho scene of a very
pretty wedding on Wednesday even
ing, June 1.1, I'.xmi, when their daugh
ter, Hessle, was united In marriage to
Mr. William II. Khoden. At sunset
Miss Kirk patrlck and Mr. Khoden, ac
companied by Miss Glllham and Mr.
Sterling Khoden and three little Mower
girls inarched, while Lohnegrin's wed
ding march was played, to the spacious
front porch where Kev. Mr. White per
formed the ceremony.
The parlor and porch had been taste
fully decorated In pink and white with
a profusion of green leaves and smllax.
The bride wore a handsome gown of
white embroidery and carried a show
er bouiiict of bride's roses. After the
ceremony an elegant two-course lun
cheon was served to more than one
hundred guests. The young couple
will go immediately lo housekeeping
In the home which the groom has pro
vided. The Louisville Bridge.
A special from Papllllon says: "The
commissioners of Cass county applied
to the commissioners of Sarpy county
to Join them In repairing the bridge
across the Platte river at Louisville,
which was refused. Now Cass county
will make tho repairs and appeal to
the court to compel Sarpy to pay Its
share of tho expenses."
Spccia.1 SeJc of Mus
lin Underwear xt Her-old's
Fine Winter Whe;it.
Previous to the rains that fell the.
forepart of the week many were ready
to declare that not only the small
grain crop was ruined, hut. the corn
crop also. There was noiiiesllon as
to small grain being in a serious con
dition, hut that fear lias all passed,
and now to convince those who have
been saying that Cass county would
have scarcely any wheat this year, wo
invite them to call at the Journal
otllce and ga.c upon a sample of wheat
that J. K. Vallcry sent In yesterday
evening. The stock stands about three
feet high, and the heads are well
filled. After examining the sample
you will lie Just like others who have
examined it, and say that it Is exceed
ingly line wheat, considering the fact
that nearly every wheat raiser In the
county was ready to declare the crop a
failure t wo weeks ago.
Guy Bestor Married.
The following account of the mar
riage of Cuy Itestor Is taken from tho
Co.ad ( Neb.) Tribune of June '21:
"Miss Inas L. Atkinson and (iuy II.
P.estor were married at the home of
Mrs. M. E. Atkinson, mother of the
bride, Wednesday evening, June !Mth,
at eight o'clock. inly relat Ives being
present. The marriage ceremony was
pronounced by Kev. K. A. Ploetz of
the Presbyterian church.
"The bride is 1 lie oldest daughter of
Mrs. M. E. Atkinson and has lived
nearly all her life In this community.
The groom has been a resident of Co
zad more than two years and during
this time lias been In the employ of
the Cozad Mutual Telephone Com
pany, having recently been elected sec
retary and manager. They will reside
in Co.ad. We extend heartiest con
gratulations." The groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Kcstor, living six miles west
of Plattsmouth, and was bom and
reared In Cass county. The Journal
Joins the friends of the groom in ex
The slncerest tribute that can be
paid to superiority is Imitation. The
many Imitations of DeWltt's Witch
Hael Salve that are now before the
public prove It the best. Ask for De
Wltt's. Hood for burns, scalds,chaffcd
skin, eczema, tetter, cuts. brulscs.bollH
and piles. Highly recommended and
reliable. Sold by Ericke & Co. and
flerlng & Co.
Vr two New Oxford.-
both nitichirs, one li'ht
sole tin other medium hea
vy. Smooth inside, flexible.
ICither make an ideal.
LOW CUT FOR $2.50
Take Shoe Comfort in our
Oxfords, Fair Week
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