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Kroehler & Kroehler
H HARDWARE: H
In selecting your spring needs, please bear in mind that
we carry a complete line of Builders' Material
in the Hardware Line. Also,
0 ji' & f
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and the old
We do all kinds or Roofing, Repairing and Soi.t ir.vr. C all and see us.
KROEHLER & KROEHLER
Noted "Pus" Visit Plattsmouth.
Clarence Lr.giUh. the clever boxer of
Omaha, and who has "put out" num
erous wood men in his class, was In
town last night between trahs. lie
! was here t" spend a re hours wim
Ins friends, T. 1. Rates and C. N.
(Sub) Sullivan, lie Is the favorite if
the Omaha sports, and will have a
fifteen-round bout with Ruck" Fur
tell at St. Joseph. Mo., on Sunday. J uly
ll-which happens to he on Clarence's
twenty-third birthday. He has been
taking good care of himself the past
year and looks tine and in condition to
put up the battle of his life. Mr. Eng
lish is not only tighter but a perfect
gentleman In every sense of the term.
Many of his admirers will accompany
him down to the Ease's "clam hake"
and see Purtell "get his."
A CASS FAMILY CELEBRATES
FARMERS HAVING TROUBLE
Don't allow money to lie around.
Is easier to spend it and easier
to lose it
No appettto, loss of strength, nervou.
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are ail due to Indigestion.
Kodol cures Indigestion. This new discov
ery represents the natural Juices of diges
tion as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonlo
A Grar.d Gesd Time at
in Furr.35 County on
Fourth ot July.
Elevator at Manley Temporarily Put Out ot
Business Through Persecution.
In reward to the fiendish work that
has been perpetrated upon the Far
mers' elevator people at Manley, by
siimontip or two fiends. Mr. W. R.
Esslek, has the following to say
through the columns of the Weeping
Water Herald: '-The farmers, in the
fall of l'.ml, organized a co-opcral Ive
train association for the purpose of
shipping their own train, and as we
expected, we have a hard fight to make
thints to and continue in business,
buying and shippiuggraln. They have
built a tiii2 elevator of 1 r, t n or Ui.ono
bushels capacity, but as yet have no
trackate to it so they can load cars
from It, but haul it In wagons, and
have a portable elevator that Is oper
ated by horse pow er, and to show some
of the tiendishness that has been done,
the ropes on the elevator have been
cut at various times. There have been
and reconstructive properties
Dspsia Cure does not only cure Indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy bolts put In the horse power, thinking
cures all stomach troubles by cleansing, , , . starte(j t woul(i break
b5 keeping It In a safe place such u
The BanH of Cass County
Capital Stock $"0,000, Surplus $15,000
Clms. C. Purmele. Pres., Jacob Trltsch, V-P.
T, M, Patterson. Cash.
You can give a check for any part of
it at any time and so have a receipt
for payment w ithout asking for one.
when you have a bank account you
will be anxious to add to it rather than
spend from it. Don't you want to
know more about it.
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Bill, of Rvnswood. W, V., uys:
" I wj troubled with our stomach for twtnty years.
Kodol cured m and ro now uiinf II In milk
lor btby. '
Kodol Digests What You Eat
Bottlatonly. $1.00 Sits holding 2 timet th trial
size, which sells for 50 cents.
Prepared by K. 0. D.WITT ft 00., OHIOAOO.
Gering & Co.
DR. J. 0. BRUCE
Chronic Diseases a Specialty
Ccmti s ltlorW. Mtnis2i" mi'U'rt. Oflk-e hours
9 ti u u. in., I tn ; p. in. una . tn i u. in. oy o-
....t n-..i..,.i...n..v i.iMi'u u. ctiiiHni'
I ut Perkins lintel.
something. Doubletrees have been
carried olT, crowbars the same, and
last night some fiend took the sledge
used in staking the power down and
smashed one of the large wheels in the
power, which shows what the farmer
has to contend with for only wanting
toshlp bis own grain and protect his
own interests in margins on his grain.
We formerly thought we had a nuiet
little village, but we fall to see It that
way now, as we not only have had the
railway to contend w ith, but we have
much here to contend with."
At the home of Mr. ami Mrs. 11. 11.
Chrlswwv'r, ot Heaver City, on the
Fourth a happy gathering i f many
relatives and friends was enjoyed in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. X. W.Shradcr,
where a picnic dinner was served in
the beautiful trove by Mrs. John
Cook, Mrs. 15. H. t'hrlswlsserand Mrs.
Lee Hill. The day was enjoyed by all
and when the time of departure came
all wished there would be many such
reunions as this In their homes in this
community. It was an old Casscuiinty
gathering, all present being former
Cass county people except one gentle
man from Pittsburg, l'enn.
Those who were present were Mr.
and Mrs. .. W. Shrader, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hill, Mr,
Hill of Pittsburg, l'a., Mr. and Mrs.
Henry l'.ines, Mrs. Tied Linvllle and
daughter, tirade, Mrs. Lizzie liregg,
Mr. ami Mrs. Kubert Shrader and son
Chester, Mr. and Mrs. .Mm Cook, Hoy
Shrader. Ilarve (iregg, liny Cregg.
Marfan I and Freddie Hull, Johnson
Hill, Anna, Charles, Johnnie, tillbert
and Harvey Lines, Marie James, Lulu
and (iladys Cook, Johnnie and Hoy
Mr. and Mrs. ,. V. .shrader arrived
at Hendley July 4th on the ll:.".t train
to celebrate with their children and
many friends around Hendley and
Heaver City. Mr. and Mrs. Hennie
Shrader and children from Alma. Neb.,
came up to celebrate with them and
the day was very much enjoyed by all
The following In reference to Mr. and
Mrs. Shrader's visit to Furnas county,
is taken from the Heaver City Times-
"Mr. and Mrs. '.. W. Shrader ar
rived on the Fourth from Nehawka to
pay a visit to their children at Hend
ley and In Illchmonrt precinct. Mr.
Shrader stated to a Times-Tribune re
porter that the crops in this part of
the country are much Letter than in
Cass county, where they have felt the
effects of the dry weather to a treat
extent. He Is very enthusiastic over
Furnas county, and remarked the fine
appearance of the crowd at the Hend
ley celebration, declaring that he
never saw alluerlot of people or a
Murray Alden Wedding.
The many friends of Alvlu II Mur-
; ray and Ml.v Esther Alden were so.ue-
c,,iiu du, ! wli;'t- -MirpriM'd Thursday to learn
a Family Rsunlo!i,li:Uthi,v,l,a(n,l.,n,luU.tly ,,.,,
' iletiwnod. la., jesteiday uinmiug.
The young couple, accompanied by
Ji'hn Kawanek, went to the county
seat across the river on the lo o'clock
train wstenhv mornlnt, and durint
the three bouts' absence from home
they procured a license, and were
united In marriage by the county
judge of Mills county. Then they
drove to l'aeliie Junction, returning
home on the fast mail, and only a few
near friends knew that they were hus
band and wife when they stepped otT
the train at the depot. A soon as
the news got around town, friends be
gan to hunt for the yount people, to
congratulate them and tender best
The groom, who is a sou of John
Murray of this city has been employed
In the meat market of Kunsman
liamte for sometime, and is an In
dustrious and steady young man.
The bride, who resided several miles
south of this city, was employed at
various places here and has a large
number of friends who will join the
Journal in wishing them a wedded
life, that will be long, happy and
i, . . I
Great Water Damage Sale!
"Che Reliable Store
interest Still Increases
Greatest of all Great Bargain Events
After over a week of tremendous selling
our stock still remains practically intact.
When you come to consider that this store
carried probably four times as large a stock
as any one store in this part of the country
the fact is in no way surprising. Hundreds
of thousands of dollars worth of goods
which could not be -shown previous to
this time, will be placed on sale during
the coming week and will offer to you
Bargain Opportunities as
Great as Ever.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Huckley, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wright and Mr. Joseph
Letak of South Omaha, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Hotter, of Omaha, returned
to their homes Friday evening, after a
delightful visit over the Fourth with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hot
tcr, living on Winterstccn hill. This
was to have been a family reunion, but
the absence of one son, Vincent Hot
ter, wife and daughter, Anna, of Cody,
YVyo., who were unable to be here,
which was a disappointment to all the
other children. They had arranged
for all to be here, but the coming of
the above was a complete surprise to
the old folks, and while the event was
an enjoyable one, it would have prov
ed more so had the whole family been
K. P. Steel, of Pacific Junction, was
In the city Friday morning. Mr. Steel
was the gentleman who was injured
last Saturday on the bridge across the
river while attempting to save one of
his companions on a band-car. He
seems to be recovering nicely, and Ole
Fields, the companion who he saved
from almost instant death, hasentirely
recovered, not being Injured nearly as
bad as Mr. Steele.
More Lucky Cass Countyans.
Three more Cass county people draw
land in the Crow Heservation drawing,
and this on the last day, too. Julian
J. Pollard, of Nehawka drew No. r.l.'iS:
Fred Hawksworth, of I'lattsmouth,
,r)!iS7, and Joseph Sutpin, of Nehawka,
nl.V.i. We hope these gentlemen will
he more successful than some of those
from this county who took chances in
the Hoscbtid land drawing. We un
derstand there were several other en
tries from this county, all of whom
What Is It?
Ceo. Hand, foreman at thcAtwood
& Newell sandpits, brought up the
bones of the upper Jaw of some pre
historic monster in the sand scoop, the
other day. The formation is unlike
that of anything yet found and the
bones, in a perfect state of preserva
tion, were taken from a depth of
eighty feet. The specimens, which
may prove of great value, will be sent
to Lincoln for classification. Louis
Minder at South Om.ih.i.
Anton Yin.lnwskl was sluif and
killed In Smith Omaha at a late hour
last night y John Karvallus. Iloth
are Lohemlans The man who did the
killing Is well advanced In years, while
the victim was a young man.
The two had been drinking in the
saloon of Joe Haar anil became In
volved In a quarrel. No one appears
to know what the unarrel was about
and bystanders had no Idea that It
was likely to terminate fatally. Kar
valins left the saloon and the bystand
ers thought the affair was over, but It
appears he simply went to Ids home
nearby for his gun and returning shot
Yinzlowskl, the bullet entering the
side and penetrating the vitals. The
police and doctors were summoned at
once, but the wounded man died be
fore the arrival of either.
Karvalins was arrested, making no
resistance and is now lodged in the
city jail. He declines to make any
statement about the alTair.
Sixty-two Years Old.
Sixty-two years ago today Jinunie
Ilickson first saw daylight In Perry
county, Pennsylvania, and for one who
has passed through the many tips and
downs that he has, is remarkable well
preserved, and can do as hard a day's
work as any man in I'lattsmouth. He
entered the army of thecivil war when
less than hi years old, and served to
the close of the war. He laid the first
section of pipe in this city for the wa
ter company, and has been in the em
ploy of the company ever since. Mr.
Hick-son is in the enjoyment of aver
age health for one of his age, and the
Journal hopes he. will live loo reach
the imi year mile stone.
The negligee man enjoys life In the
hottest kind of weather, because lie
Is ilessed for comfort. We show you
the most beautiful and exclusive pat
terns In men's tine quality negligee,
shirts all colors, Including new effects
In white. Straw hats, the kind that
bespeak you at a glance to I.e. a good
dresser, livery thing In midsummer
wear that is found In the most fashion
able haberdashery of the larger cities,
but at prices much below t In se usually
charged fur the same goods.
M. I ANbLll. Prop.
A PECULIAR PREDICAMENT
Jacob Moneypenny Yawned, Displacing
Lower Jaw This Morning.
PHYSICIAN CLOSES THE MAN'S MOUTH.
American field fencing and poultry
netting at Asemissen & Louck's.
Muslin and Kn.t Underwear,
Corsets, Hosietry, Ladies' Suds,
Waists, Skirts, Jackets, Millin
ery, Table and Fancy Linens,
Muslins, Sheeting, Domestics
cf all Descriptions.
Men's Clothing, Hats, Caps,
Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Shoes, Men's Shirts, Hosiery,
Underwear, Furniture, Carpets,
Rugs, Curtains and Draperies.
Wall Paper, Pianos and Organs,
small Musical instruments,
Sheet Music and Books. Hard
ware and House Furnishings,
China and Glassware.
EVERYTHING MIST GO.
Goods Are Marked Regardless cf Cost.
It tftl pay you to conic hundreds of miles prepared to
rupdIv- vouf needs it this Great Sale.
For Any Class of Work
He will take boll of it and
personally superintend same.
Mario: "Wort iith roar larking nd tin mistakes"
Thirty Years in IMntts.
mouth, nml I hnve built
.iioro buildings in (W.
county thn.it nil l!n other
nirncntors. Fair trcntmoij
urisnrod nil. r.wl jirompt
mul entisfactory (vitiile.
tin;: of nil undcrtakin.s
('heapest accident insurance I r.
Thomas Kclectrlc Oil. Stops the
pain and heals the wound. All drug
gists sell it.
ny Class of Work
Any Size of Cuildiny
PLATTS. PHONC IGJ
Yours for Business
L 6. LARSON
Occurrence Is Repeated and Bandage Thee
Employed Had Similar Acci
dent Fifteen Years Ago.
It I -i not I'ftuii that one of I. lie.
sterner sex Is unable to close his
mouth when he so desires, hut , never
theless, we have to record one such In
stance t hat occurred in this vicinity
The accident tn which we refer.hap-
pencd to lacuh Miiiieypenny, who re
sides on a farm nf eluhty acres, sev
eral miles smith f town. In the
course of the luoriiiut! chores he
slopped to yawn, duiiiiL' which the.
lower Jaw .suddenly snapped, and re
fused to resume its natural position.
The man sulTcred considerahle ajfony
in an atlempt to reset the unruly
hones, hul this proved futile, and he.
was compelled to come to (he county
scat, where the services of a physician
were procured and the refractory jaw
placed in Its proper position. Iluta
short time after leaving the physi
cian's oillce, the accident was re
peated, and a surgeon again employed.
A handage was then wound around
tho recalcitrant member, to prevent a
repetition of this peculiar plight.
Another accldentof a similar nature
to this one, occurred to him about fif
teen years ago, but lie thought that lie
had entirely recovered from that at
tack or mishap. Several years ago lie
Finn Talks to Finn.
Through a request to the lice, hy
(icorge M. I'orter, their agent, a man
was secured from the metropolis, to
converse with the Finlander, John
L'ukoncn, who lost an arm and two
lingers in the accident that occurred
about two weeks ago, w hen he attempt
ed to get aboard a through frlcght
train. The Finlander, Timothy
Halmc, who came down from Omaha sustained a paraletlc stroke, which af-
Frlddy, conversed quite readily fected ids right side, leaving him In a
with thcunfortnnatcand Injured man, crippled condition, but he lias always
Wonjcr) Wl)0 Krjow
s;iy our Oxfords arv charm
ing. There's certainly a
charm ahout the trim style
of our shoes that most fail
There's a charm ahout
the Shapeliness and per
fect Shocmaking, Fit
Worren ho bur tines din 113 tram
OXFORDS. $1.50 UP. Child's Suppers. ECc up
SHERWOOD & SON
who told him that lie went to San
Francisco from Chlcngo, and lost all
of his cabinetmaker's tools and rH)
during the earthquake. He worked
back toward Chicago, after the tcrrl
ble disaster, being In KansasClty then
in Omaha, from which place he came
to riattsmouth, where lie was told by
. . a . ..ij -l J.
a com Dan on mat lie coum nue w
managed tu tend to his farm.
The Hunt-Morton Nuptials.
Mr. Kverett A. Hunt of Lincoln and
Miss .Stella Morton of this vicinity
were the principals In a quiet wedding
that took place last Friday, June '-.,at,
the oillce of the county judge in Ne
braska City, the ceremony bclntf pcr-
rMrnnntiH. train that was cnmlnir formed by the genial Judge Wilson.
" I I'Allmailn.t iVin nnvAmnnu flin Liinnn
Mirnu,,!, fhnirfU nnrt whin t rv ntr r .'w"J YVJ
to get aboard he received his Injuries, couple drove to the homo of the bride's
Thcclalm agent, C. M. Druse, of the ". v.-.. .
from the Finlander exonerating thc they spent he day departing on the
company from all blame for the acci- ira'" lur "K" Julu,t "u"'c ,u
U'hllnni.ni'orclnff with thft Vin. LlnCOln.
ucut. "ui'vw n w . ...
lander through the Interpreter, Mr. l .,,,.,.
Druse ascertained that Rukoncr has M"'" TV Z
several Inventions under headway, one
of which appears to be a very neat
device being a 40 horse power pump.
The Finlander was very much over
come at thc opportunity to thank the
cltlensof rlaltsmouln who nave so
kindly befriended hlin and said that
If It were possible he would repay thc
county the expense it has been to on
account of the accident. Mo has
friends in Chicago who have sent
transpoition and expense money to
him. and he expects to leave for
Chicago on next Tuesday.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F.
Morton. She was born near this vil
lage, and has always been popular and
a general favorite among her associ
ates. Mr. Hunt Is an energetic and
Intelligent gentleman who holds a lu
crative position with one of thc prom
inent business firms of Lincoln, where
he has the confidence and esteem of
his employers and acquaintances.
The Ledger joins their many friends
in extending congratulations. Tnion
Is It Music to Kiss?
A Chicago man has come forward
w ith thc not very original statement
that the kiss is music. Sure! When
in l Us is nlavi'il in the narlor with thc
gas turned dow n to a mere glimmer,
it is a nocturne. When It Is executed
at the door with thc old man hurried
ly stealing down the front stairs, It Is
a grand march. And when it is done
at the front gate with thc bulldog
reaching! lovingly for thc basement
of thc young man's trousers, It Is rag
De.'itli of David Woodwnid.
A special from Weeping Water, un
der date of July u says: "David Wood
ward died this morning about 'J o'clock
at his residence, one mile cast of tow n,
aged sixty years. Ho had been sick
for about six weeks. Mr. Woodward
was otic of thc first settlers at the
head of North Cedar creek, on the
divide between the l'iattc river and
Weeping Water. Out of thc first
seven settlers In that neighborhood
from H.7 to Hi'.i Joslah Tlmhlln Is tlio
only man now left. Mr. Woodward
will be burled Wednesday afternoon."
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