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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1906)
Statement of t!i Cond.ticn
PUTTSMOUTH LOAm" AN3 BUILDING
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on the ::oth
'lay of June,
I'lrst tiioilt:ak'o l.'.mw f:i' :a
Stock loars ' i"
rasii ;.; Vx
M liihi'jfm Iiiimv(, lu.'riilunis. " m;
Kmk'Iim s ami U s imlil I'M.'
other assets ,m m
Capital Slo-k paid ui ( io oo
IJ lull v it'.t-il tfoil t,,u;j -j
Total i 47.lt. 7i
KrriPT AND rxI'INDITl'KKH KOK THE YlAK
EM)IN(l.lr.M 311, tHHi.
Ilulaiu'i' on liatid July 1, I'jei tt.mrt m
Interest, premium ami Hues :i.44."i 4:1
Uiiins repaid i.tuvi in
Itenlestnte am o
Taxes repaid m 01
Total AU 4."
1.01ms n.inn w
K.xiH-nses 4;,; (i!
Hltick redeemed I '.n.'ai (14
Cash on liand Kl
Heal estate ; ;r,
Taxes advanced lj m
Total i -xa-M 4i
Cahh County. P- r- M- I mtervin,
Secretary of Hie aliove, named association, do
solemnly swear tlint tlie foregoing statement
of the condition of said Association, is true and
correct to tlieliest of my knowledge and liellef.
T. Jl. I'atteiihon, Secretary.
Huliscrtlieil and sworn to before me this ilst
day of July, num. u K. IUpsb,
Attest My commission expires
It. B. Windham, Oct. , l'JOC
Wai.iiii.1. Whjt, Isiai.I
More Railroad Wind.
A pain tbere Is talk of abolishing one
of the three Iowa divisions on the Bur
lington, making Chariton the new di
vision point says the Glenwood Tri
bune. This will help matters at Paci
fic Junction and restore to it the old
time activity. The Charlton Herald
"The Burlington railway has bought
seventeen acres more land west of the
round house for f3500. It is said that
the round house is to be increased, and
railroad shops are to be built in the
near future. A statement has come
from a reliablesource that the division
headquarters at Creston and Ottum
wa are to be concentrated in Chariton,
to make one less division, and that
shops and extensive yards will soon be
located here, and the depot building
will be used for offices as soon as the
hotel lease expires."
The cleansing, antiseptic and heal
ing properties of Pinesalve make it
superior to all family salves. Sold by
Gerlnir A flo.' '
VI g D i fCk of furniture
rlv thnn fi nlpA rl.ivpnnorr If. Is
handsome in appearance and just I
the tiling for luxurious lounging on
which to take your afternoon nap
or relax the tired physical nature
in the evening. It is instantly
convertible into a soft easy bed.
People living in a tlat where space
Is at a premium find the davenport
indispensible. Helps anybody out
on sieepinir accommodations where
there Is company over night.
See Our Display
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We Carry the Only Stock
of Victor and Edison Gold
Moulded records In Cass Co
HEAR THEM FREE
Write for Catalogue and Prices
(liy li. A. t.:v
:i !!'! K V MIKK l's
Corrected weekly by Martin TW.
wlin pay the highest priies f r prl.:ce
and guarantee sal;s!acti"ii:
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ti UA IN M AKKKTS.
Hock Island TimeTablk.
No. 41, mail 8:15 a. m.
No. "5, local 8:55 a. ni.
No. ft. mail 3:00 p. m.
No. 37, mall 5:47 p. m.
No. W), freight 12::i0 a. m.
No. 3J, mail 10:55 a. m.
No. 7ti, Local 1:14 p. m.
No. , mall 2:35 p. m.
Fred .Stock went to Lincoln Tues
day. Clarence Pool was in Omaha Wed
nesday. Dave Thimgan went to Lincoln
Willie and Gussie Stock left fur Lin
A. A. Walllner was in our bur' one
day last week.
Ed. Thlmpan was a Lincoln passen
Miss Amy Westlake Is home on a
vacation this week.
Martin & Tool shipped their fourth
car of apples Wednesday.
J. R. Funk and Ad. Dettman were
Omaha passengers Monday.
Art. Wellman returned Monday
from a short visit at Lincoln.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Knaup Sunday July 20th.
Misses Olpa aud Meta Neltel were
Lincoln passengers Wednesday.
Geo. Gramlich is entertaining his
father from Albripht this week.
A lawn party was given at the home
of J. Goehry Wednesday evening.
Miss Charlotte Wurts was on the
sick list the forepart of the week.
Miss Laura Dale of York is visiting
with the Goehry sisters this week.
Mrs. L. E. Thimgan left for her
home at Lincoln Wednesday evening.
W. C. Monroe is now working for
Matt Thlmgan at the carpenter's
II. A. Tool and wife left for Chicago
Sunday, and expect to be gone about
John Billeter, of Arlington, Is visit
ing with his sister, Mrs. W. C. Monroe
Mrs. F. R. Gutbmanof Plattsmouth
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. R.
If eltzel this week.
Mrs. August Kuehnand Miss Martha
Kuehn went to Lincoln Wednesday to
take In the assembly.
A. J. Tool and wife left for Denver
Sunday and expect to enjoy a ten days
outing In the mountains.
Miss Leta McDonald gave a lawn
party In honor of her cousins, the
Misses Besack, Friday evening.
Someone took advantage of the
agent's absence and stole ten bottles
of beer Tuesday evening from the
A. S. Depner and Cal.Lels have com
menced work on Cas. Schneider's tine
residence, which will be another tine
addition to Murdock.
Erank Creamer and daughters and
Fred Bornman and wife left for Mil
waukee, Chicago and other eastern
points of interest, Saturday.
P. G. Dayton was in town last
Thursday and disposed of some lots on
Main street. It appears that Mr. P.
G. D. didn't want to build any cement
Miss Maude Gorsage left Monday
for a week's visit under the parental
roof at South Auburn. During her
absence O. II. E.'gleston will act as
Fred West lake, John Amgwert,
Emil Kuehn, John McCarty, and Geo.
Gillespie left for Omaha Monday, and
from there they expect to ship to
North Dakota and work in the harvest
A report came to our ears the other
day to the ctlect that sonic of the Alvn
fellows had said Murdock wa.s too
slow to sail in their company when it
came to base ball. Well, now, some
one had misinformed these fellows, or
they were badly mistaken, for our ball
team went pver there Monday and
what they did to those Alvo fellows
would make a horse laugh. After the
battle was over and the dust had clear
ed away a more foolish looking bunch
you never saw. Our fellows had
simply annihilated them to the tune
of of 4 to 1. There was only about
half a dozen true rooters accompanied
our team over there or they might
have made the score 8 to 1. Ed. and
Dave Thlmgan did the battery work
Eat one of Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet
after each meal and you will not suffer
with Indigestion. Sold by Gerlng &
Co.'s drug store.
l'r 'in the It. rt: :
Miss Ethel Leydi if PluttsT.outh
e:i!i;' i.ver Sin. iay t" visit her cousin
Aileen Olive. Mi. Ley da is expected
H. E. Mason has soul his hardware
business to M. J. Wiekcrshani, who
comes f roin Lincoln, but lie has been
in business In Axtel, Neb., for seven
March Wullen had the misfortune to
lose his threshing separator by Cre
last Wednesday night. The machine
was setting at Geo. Peters' aud it Is a
mystery how the Ere started.
S. J. Ambler had 5 very young
chickens stolen the latter part of the
week. Most thieves prefer frys, but
there Is less danger of being caught
when they steal chicks.
Oscar Johnson received a card from
Nels Anderson, which stated that he
had arrived in Sweden all right, was
not sick on shipboard at all, and that
he was having a tJne time. He sends
regards to all his friends.
N. Halmcs, having soli his farm
near Plattsmouth, has Invested In
the Drum farm six miles southwest pf
town. He purchased of Jos. Roberts
of Plattsmouth. This is a line piece
of land with two sets of improvements
thereon, and it is Mr. Halraes' Inten
tion to farm It, that Is If he can get
possession. Mrs. Drum is still a resi
Roy Dennis was out to Stephen Joa
chim's last Thursday, shingling.
When it commenced to rain the work
men scrambled to get under cover.
Roy slipped on the wet shingles and
slid off to the ground below, a fall of
twenty feet, striking on his shoulder
and one leg. He was picked up and
carried Into the barn, and for a time
it was thought he was over the great
divide, but rallied later and got action
on his breathing organs. The acci
dent happened the evening before Roy
was to leave with Co. I) for Fort Riley,
and he failed to go.
A hundred years ago the best physl.
clan would give you a medicine for
your heart without stopping to con
sider what effect it might have on the
liver. Even to this good day cough
and cold medicines invariably bind
the bowels. This is wrong, Bee's
Laxative Oough Syrup with Honey
and Tar acts on the bowels drives out
the cold-clears the head, and relieves
all coughs. Guaranteed to give satis
faction or money refunded. Sold by
Gering & Co.'s druir store.
From the Ledner.
hick uonrad recently harvested a
field of wheat, 2!t acres, and the yield
thereon was 1,341 bushels, or an aver
age of 4fl bushels per acre, which
shows that you need not look outside
of Cass county to find a good wheat
Yesterday morning when Dr. Wal
ker went out to his barn he found that
some midnight prowler had been there
Wednesday night and ruined his har
ness by cutting them to pieces. He is
at a loss to know who would stoop to
such low and cowardly action, as he
knows of noenemy that would be guilty
of such villainous trick for sake of re
venge. The supposition Is that it was
the work of some fellow who did it for
Dr. M. L. Thomas depart ed on Wed
nesday for Du Boies, Neb., having pur
chased property and located there for
the practice of his profession, and his
family will move there in the near fu
ture. Toa can see the poison Plne-ules
clears out of the kidneys and bladder.
A single dose at bedtime will show
ypu more poison upon rising the next
mornlDg than can be expelled from
the system in any other way. Pine
ules dissolve the impurities and lubri
cate the kidneys. Guaranteed to give
satisfaction or money refunded. 30
days treatment 11.00. Sold by Gering
4 Co.'s drug fttore.
Democratic Congressional Convention.
The First dlftrict congressional con
vention is hereby called to meet at the
auditorium in Lldcoln, Wednesday.thc
15th day of August, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Said convention is called for the pur
pose of nominating one congressman.
Thisconvention will also transact. such
other business as may properly come
before It. The basis of representation
from each county is one delegate for
every lifty votes, or major fraction
thereof, cast for F. W. Brown for con
gressman In the special election of
July is, lno.5. The counties compris
ing this district are entitled to repre
sentation as follows: Cass 21. John
son , Lancaster 31, Nemaha 21, otoe
in, Pawnee ;. Richardson la.
J. B. Donij.As,
Chairman Dem. Congressional Com.
John A. McGi ii:k, Secretary.
incompliance with the above call
the democrats of Cass connty are re
quested to meet in mass convention at
the city hall In Plattsmouth on Satur
day, August 11, at 2 p. m. for the pur
pose of selecting twenty-one delegates
to said convent Ion. A full attendance
Is desired. Hknuy R. Gemnci,
The Cass County Oe'egjtjs Will Present
tii Nans cf Supervenient House
OF THE PUTTSMOUTH CITY SCHOOLS
For the Nomination of State Superintendent
at the Democratic Conuntion Keit
The delegates to the democratic
state convention in Lincoln next Wed
nesday will present the name of Prof.
E. L. Rouse, superintendent of the
Plattsmouth city schools for state
superintendent. Superintendent Rouse
Is well known to the school workers of
the state, and after very many urgent
solicitation by his local friends, and
many others In various sections of
Nebraska, he has consented to the use
of his name for this Important
The Journal Is pleased to Inform Its
friends of this fact, not because he is
a favorite of this paper for this posl
tion, but because we confidently be
lieve he Is one of the most competent
and reliable school men in Nebraska
for the otllce. Ills experience In school
work is one of many years duration,
and his record Is one that will bear us
out, In saying that he isone among the
best practical school men in the west.
Professor House never was an aspir
ant for otllce, neither Is he at this
time, but his friends, reall.lng his ex
cellent qualities for the position men
tloned, and knowing his popularity
among the educators of the state, be
lieve he Is just the man to go on the
democratic ticket for this responsible
position. He is not a politician, and
while affiliating with the democratic
party, he does not believe that politics
should be associated in connection
with school affairs.
The Journal Is candid In the belief
that when Professor Rouse's name Is
presented to the convention, that so
well is he known by reputat Ion, if not
personally, he will be nominated
unanimously. The state, of course, Is
largely republican, but we believe that
when the voters become better ac
quainted with Professor Rouse's excel
lent standing as an educator, and his
true worth as a gentleman and citizen,
Is known he will secure the votes of
every Independent voter who believes
In a higher standard in the educa
tional affairs of Nebraska, will rally
to hh support in the general elect ion.
The Cass county delegation feel re
joiced that it will be permitted to
present the name of Superintendent
E. L. Rouse to the democratic state
convention for a position In which
every father and mother Is more par
ticularly Interested In than any other
that of state superintendent of pub
llcuchools. And when that conven
tion Is over and the delegates return
home with the Rouse banner unfolded
to" the breeze, their good work will be
hailed with delight by Mr. Rouse's le
gion of friends in Cass county, of all
political parties alike.
Gnlveston't Sea Wil
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'I I ll! lilgll'.'l on , .nils E. VV ' I-
I n',wlio resldi-s on I itt' ii SI..H. . ..
IVx., needs no sr;i :i I f n stf-t i i
v'ifes: "I hiiveiiswl Dr K'l'g's V-.v
Divnvery I t (Joosii'iipl ion 1 1 1 ,n-r,
iie years and it k.-.-ps ine .! - I
;ifi'. liefoie that Hun' I ha I :t e u i
Aiiieh for years nad lu'en m-. f
orsc. Now it's u'Omp." (Vires On- i, in
ooghs, LaGrippi-. frmip. 'ii ..
Coiti-li and prevents Pnest ,i .
Pleasant to take. Every inii.v h ip
anteed at F. G. Frieze's rinik' -I "t.
Price 50c and $1. Trial Ooltle fn-f
George Shoeman, jr., has rented the
farm of Henry LehnholT, near Louis
ville. Mr. Lchnholf has purchased a
tine residence in Lincoln and will
move there before winter sets' In. No
doubt many of the friends of Mr.
LehnholT and family will miss them.
Whenappiiea ana covered with a
hot cloth Pinesalve acts like a poultice
Hest for burns, bruises, bolls, cracked
hands, eczema, skin diseases, tetter,
etc. Sold by Gering it Co. 'sdrug store.
By purchasing one of those hih-grade
Refrigerators Below Cost
GASOLINE STOVES, of best makes at prices that are WAY BELOW COST
Come in and see a.c when you need these goods and get prices on
many other desirable articles in the line ot
FURNITURE I PEMSLMMH stoveuc
(tL,'-;.;. . ;."v ;.y.
10 l.0daU 1 anU-J Vvc
the film beintf wound on the special spool while in the
(lark box, dropped into the developer and at the end of
20 minutes is fully developed. No dark room, no crank
ing, no stained finders. Could anything he simpler?
Call and examine it. Absolutely guaranteed. Price iU.OO
We also carry a line of plate cameras of hijjh nality.
GERING & CO.,
Hnrd to Choose.
Such an enormous number ol reme
dies being advertised fi,r different
maladies of the people and all ot them
promising a certain cure, It Is hard to
choose the ripht one. The correct
way Is to select such a remedy which
has been tried by the people and found
to correspond with the words of the
manufacturer. Triner's Angelica Hit
ter Tonic has quickly attained the
highest position amongst the so-called
Stomach Hitters by giving prompt re
lief In all Intestinal diseases. Jt has
never disappointed a sufferer. Hclng
composed of vegetable Ingredients and
pure wine, It acts as a mild stimulant
and a great tonic where the stomach
and the Intestines refuse to work. It
also gives warmth and comfort to all
organs and thus prevents many dis
eases. During summer It should be
the foremost family-remedy, because
It makes the body to demand food, it
brings a good sleep and It strength
ens all organs. It quickly relieves
pain In the stomach and Intestines,
cramps and colic. Jos. Triner, 7'.i! So.
Ashland Ave., Chicago, III.
Will Move to Colorado.
The beautiful residence properly on
Chicago avenue, occupied by Mr. and!
Mrs. F. A. Ilolyoke, has been pur
chaser! recently by T. II. Pollock, who
will take possession about the lirstof
September. We understand that Mr.
and Mrs. Ilolyoke will move west in
order that he may be in closer touch
with Ids duties, which take him to
Colorado and Wyoming in the interest
of the Diet. Lumber Co. The Holy
okes will likely locate In Fort Collins,
Colo., and their many friends will
regret to learn of their Intended d(.
parture from this city.
Someone has circulated the report
that. In consequence of my being re-
fused a certliicate from the state!
board, I had ceased to practice niv
profession. This Is a base fabrication
and circulated by one or more, as the
case may be, for the sole purpose of In
juring me. I want my friends to tm-
We Give Special Attention
to tepalr w"ik ihrn..: the i.aiural
ly 'lui! n;. nt l.sj (,f .j s i . 1 1 1 1 i , If i,,:j
are gomp to h a:iy for a week m
two it Is 11 pom) iilra to lea vi ym,r
clock ami Ifav.- It with us. We can
clean it up and put it In pnodslia.o
and by keeplnp it hrre a while ran
pet It perfectly regulated. The
way to keep a pood clock perma
nently good Istohavcthertelleate
mechanism cleaned and mljusted
occasionally. ( lur eharnes are low
and we do the work ripht.
John W. Crabill
Do Away with that
oiieT is used ass im n n mvi
derstand that 1 can he found al the
old stand (Sage's barn ) ready and will-
ing to go at liny time they may de
mand my services, and will remain
practicing my profession, until the
supreme court, says I can do so no
longer. A. P. IUunks.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
about the t lew of
B U D W E I S E 11
beer is cleanliness. From the
time it Is brewed unt II poured
Into your glass it. Is never touch
ed by human 'hands and never
gets Into contact with anything
that m liable to Injure It In any
way. The result Is that
besides being at solutely clean Is
also pure. When you want beer
that Is noted for purity, Insist on
TiUphon No. 265
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