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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
(HyG. A. Ltls.)
Corrected weekly by Martin & Too!,
who pay the highest prices fur produce
and guarantee satisfaction:
Crviiin No. I. :v: No. i I.V
Callie H.M mid 3.W
OKA IN MAItKKTS.
Corn nd Wo
Rock Island Time Taulk.
No. 41, mail 8:15 a. m.
No. "5, local 8:55 a. m.
No. .1. mall 3:00 p. m.
No. 37, mail 5:47 p. m.
No. !0, freight 12:30 a.m.
No. 38. mall 10:55 a. m.
No. 76, Local 1:14 p. m.
No. 6, mall p. m.
O. E. McDonald was in Murray Mon
day. C. J. Leis ane Geo. Lets were In Elm
wood Sunday. ,
II. A. Tool was a business visitor In
Mrs. Ed. Kltts is numbered among
the sick this week.
Wm. Rush was a business visitor at
Lincoln last Friday.
The Rock Island had titty passen
gers to Lincoln Tuesday.
Chas. Ward, of Wabash, transacted
business In Omaha Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westlake visited
in Avoca Monday and Tuesday
Mrs. Howard Tool and son are down
from Kearney for a short visit
Fred Zlnk returned from his trip to
Wagner, Oklahoma, Wednesday.
Mrs. A. J. Tool and Miss Carrie
Wurts were in Elmwood Sunday
The Rock Island has a gang In Mur
A Confidential Tip.
If you want to get the mast sat
isfaction from what you drink
insist on getting
beer. The after
effects of this beer distinguishes
it from common beer. It Is
Absolutely Pure !
Filtered and Sterilized. Try It!
Tatophono No. 165
way of Syracuse will take his place
here and will keep you posted on the
prices of grain and live stock in the
The Murdock baseball aggregation
succeeded In hanging a couple more States, and many
r'tvm tl.? IN-ruul.
Ir. liutler report the birth or a
daughter to Mr. ami Mrs. 1'.. I'. Cog
liser, Friday, August 31.
John l'ritchard and family arrived
here from l'iattsmouth last Friday.
Mr. l'ritchard will have charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Street of l'iatts
mouth came over Monday evening.
Mr. Street is attending to business,
and his wife visiting her numerous
friends for a few clays.
Weeping Water needs a good tailor.
Mr. Franzen, who left here recently,
said he had all the work he could do.
Had it not been for his poor health lie
would have continued here.
Mrs. D.M.Johnson and daughter.
Mrs. Rert Jameson, are spending about
six weeks at Colorado Springs, In hope
of benefiting Mrs. Jameson's health,
which has been quite poor of late.
The Rloomcr Girls played ball here
last Friday, and were defeated by a
score of 8 to 7. There Is n:i particular
credit due the home team for the vic
tory. A large crowd witnessed the
game. About four choice looking
women played, and the balance of the
nine were men who dressed accord
ingly. It was less interesting and
more polite than Duncan Clark's old
time minstrel girls.
Dr. II. Jensen and wife returned
home from their eastern trip last Fri
day. The doctor says the meeting of
the American Veterinary association
held at New Haven, Conn., was very
Interesting and attended by veter
inarians from all sections of the United
from other coun-
scalps oil their belts last week. They
went to Elmwood Thursday and won
their game easily. They let the Elnv
wood fellows stay close enough to
make the name look good, and the
flnrv naint.incr and rpnairinif the deDot final score was 8 to 7. The New i ork
r ' I . . .
tries. The doctor was made vice
president of the association, an honor
that Is much sought after. They had
a delightful visit at New York City,
and besides taking In the big sights or
the city, a party of about thirty vls-
T.mBH0w,a frm T.inenin Bloomers played Elmwood the same Red the slums
V 1 1U kj 11 1.1 I " UtV " v - - I ... , !,.. I
shaking hands with old friends Friday. aa7 ana it is ncemess io say u.ey uut WAS A VERy SICK B0Y
The Murdock Sunday school enjoy
ed an outing at Richard's park Friday
John Westlake and wife of Eagle,
visited relatives in this burg over Sun
C. E. Frank, of Omaha, is visiting
at the home of F. A. Cramer this
Elmwood out 5to0. Then the boys
drove over to Louisville Saturday and
didn't do a thing to the fellows over
there. The name could have been 11
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
on Nature's Plan.
Tim mnst, successf ul medicines are
to 2, but tne ooys mougni mat, wasn i u th t a,d nature chamberlain's
right, so they loosened up some ana (, h Rcmcdy acts 0n this plan
the iinai score was u to... r.. immKai., T kelt.wIlcn you have a cold and It
our local pttcner, mane inree iwo
. . -.1 j v t 1 I " J "
Daggers, WHICH snouio nave ueeiinomc .. pn(1(.,nrat ,ons. omn tic sucrc.
U. Klepser, of weeping water, was runs, but mey oniyauowei. mm iwu t, nd alll n ature In restoring the
a business visitor in this burg last
Nannie Thimgan came In from
Sutton Monday for a short visit with
Miss Maude Wait is visiting at
bases because he knocked the ball over
half a mile. Thlmuan, for the locals
struck out nine men, while the Louis
ville pitcher struck out three.
A Very Disastrous Fire In Murdock.
Monday night about 12 o'clock, the
Eggleston's and attending school for aarm Qf fire was soutuled and the
the present. nrmulace arose in a body to rind the
Ote Roger ana ramiiyoi neari.reen- iVerv barn in flames. The tire was
wood, visited relatives In tnis ourg far ad vauced and beyond control when
over Sunday. discovered, but by the heroic united
Martin Ilamel was down from Nora, efforts of the citizens the hotel build-
Nuckolls county, for a short visit with lug was saved, although at. times it
friends Tuesday. looked doubtful. The livery barn was
m, n XT.. nnrl rbildren return- the property of Mrs. S. Kilts wuo lost
ed from their five weeks visit In Mich., U her furniture and household goods
In tne nrsi nre mat ever visnuu hub
lovely little hurir. But this time she
was not caueht wholly unawares for
svstem to a healthy condition. Thous
ands neve testified to Its superior ex
cellence. It counteracts any tendency
of a cold to result In pneumonia
Price, 25 cents. Large size, 50 cents.
For sale by F. !. Fricke & Co. and A.
2 . ''lTHV)V.Ai
SCHOOL - SHOES
WVre ready for the boyn mul
j;irlH who want school HhocH. If
wo don't know school nhoe- re
quin'iiuMitrt, wlio iIoch?
WE'VE GOT THEM
In mlilition lo our already ox
I'tllt'nl linos we liavo adl'il tlio
Rluf lkibbon School Slioi'H t lint
liiitl sijUiciont pric" to jtiHiiro
SHERWOOD & SON
County Court, of Cuss County,
Not l.v of lli'iii lnir,
III II' l"llllt of llll'O-
ilotn I iriiiuinoiiil bihI
Aiiii lla C. hniiiiinonil,
To till IN'rxim Inlrivslcir.
Nolli'n Is hi'ivliy irlvi'ii tlnil n ih IHIoii litis
Ih'cii tllril for tin' niiiHiliilini'iil of t.i'oiixi' W
nlli'i y iiHtiiiunlltiii of I hi" inlili' of I Iii'imIoi b
Di'iiiiiiiioiiiI mul Atni'lla ('. Uiuininoiiil, non
TIihI hii Id rniix' Isst'l for linn Iiik at toy onli'r
Kt itlnc orlia'k, n. III., oil tlic '.lull (lii.V of hi'li
IvinU'r, A. II., imm. nl wlilrli liom tiiiiw mM
.how u wliy Mini tx'llllon nIioiiIiI not In'
irruiiK-il.. IIahvkt I). Thavih,
hhai,. I onnl.v .IIIIIKI'.
Mrs. Oscar McDonald Is entertain
ing her mother, who is up from Flatts.
mouth for a short visit.
Frank Moore of Murray and Charley
Moore of Colorado, visited in Murdock
the forepart of the week.
The infant son of Chris. Rrunhoeber
was burled at the German Lutheran
cemetery Friday afternoon.
Wm. Wilklns and wife expect to
Ipsip fnr Canada Thursday for a
month's visit with relatives.
she had six hundred dollars insurance
on the barn, which partly covers the
Inssand we have not learned If she
will rebuild or not.
Mr. (. W. Gillespie, who was run
nlnit the barn, lost very neaviiy.
There was eleven head of horses and
mules burned to death. W.T. Wed-
dell and .lohn Rugc each lust their
valuable sinirle drivers. II. A. Gillcs
Disease takes no summer
If you need flesh and
summer as in winter.
Send fnr free umplt.
SCOTT ft HOWNE, Chemlnu,
409-413 I'earl Strrt, New York.
50c. aud t i.ooj all druggists.
Well Worth Trying.
W. II. Brown, the popular pension
attorney, of rittsfield, t., says:
'Next to a pension, the best thing to
get Is Dr. King's New Life Fills." He
writes: "they keep my family In
cnlanrllrl lionltll " (tlllplf PlirP fnr
pie lost his good old team: Sheeley, 1Ieadachc Constipat ion, and Bilious-
Thn contracts for cement walks are the Bridge contractor, nu iut i...te ness (:uaranteed at F. (J.
... t.noint ia him 10 pvnn ntr nernre 1 .......
Increasing and Murdock is rap.u.y .
..,.1,1... , -V,- t mnf hla llnp ailu tllUJf all UIUBC ' " t" I
IJuniiuiK iu niv - f . mna u,V.lph was hurried tft TI10 larfttlvn pffpff, nf Cbanibprlaln's
I A Lit UU Hi Ulb s iv " w...- .w w-
death. One mule that escaped was Stomach and Liver Tablets is so agree
Master Walter Frasher fell from a
small building Thursday morning and
broke his right arm at the wrist
Mrs. S. Kltts and Mr. S. D. Kltts
frightfully burned about the head and able and so natural you can hardly
will likely lose its ears and possibly Its realize that It Is produced by a medt.
ovoaiLhr. An airent that was selling c ne. These tablets also cure inaiges.
pulled in from the western part of the stereoscopiC views lost a horse and 0. tlon and biliousness. Price 25 cents,
state on Wednesday 01 iasi ween. ,y Gillespie lost five head of good, Samples free at F. O. Frlcke & uo.and
Mrs. J. E. Baumgartner and daugh- gounrj reliable horses. Mr. Gillespie A. T. Frled's drug store.
ters. Anna and Bertha, left for a visit a80 lost a mow full of hay, all his har-
with relatives in Chicago Thursday, ness, some oats, and other things too
v,n fiiipr rtpnarted for Lincoln numerous to mention, lie carried six
Friday where be expects to attend hundred dollars insurance on the stock
Rrnn. n.iaWsa r nve tn s winter, wnicn wm utttuau w.ci ma v.
Mrs. Kltts ana son, n. v. nuts, uau
Intended leaving for the Black Hills
the next day and had their trunks
packed for that purpose, hut they
have postponed their trip for an In
Tone the liver, move the Itowels,
cleanse the system. Dade's Little
Liver Pills never gripe. Sold by Ger
ing &Co.'s drugstore.
Tills paper is unable to perceive why
the city council will Insist on giving
paving contracts to parties who have
more work than they can do already
before cold weather sets In. There
should be a specified time In which
all work In this line should be com
pleted. lice's Laxative Honey and Tar, the
original cough syrup, acts as a cathar
tic on the bowels. It Is made from the
tar gathered from the pine trees of
our own country, therefore Is the best
for children. It is good for coughs,
colds, croup, whooping cough, etc.
Try our free olTer. Sold by Goring &
Co.'s drug store.
j There has been a radical change
made at the department at Washing
ton In regard to the naturalization law
and while the district clerk has not
received a copy of the new law, he is
In receipt of a copy of the rules and In
structions and the law will soon fol
low. Those Interested may see a copy
of same at Mr. Robertson's oillcc and
be governed accordingly.
A cold taken at this time of the year
is generally hard to get rid of, but It
will nut be able to withstand Bee's
Laxative Honey and Tar. That will
cure all colds, cough, croup, whooping j
cough, etc., by driving them out
through the bowels. If you have a
cold, try It and if not cured get your
money back. No opiates. Sold by
Gering & Co.'s drug store.
James Porter, an old resident of
l'iattsmouth, but now a prominent
merchant of 1 lager, Neb., and who was
visiting friends here departed on the
fast mall foi his home. Mr. Porter's
parents I'ved in l'iattsmouth years
ago, and Mr. Porter, Jr., was born here
but left for the western part of the
state In 1W. The Porter's were uitc
extensive property owners here at one
Miss Sophia Welsheit returned from
the hospital at Omaha Saturday even
ing, and appears to be getting along
Geo. Lels received a box of the linest
peach plums from his relatives In
nrPimn last week that we have ever
laid our eyes on
As a dressing for sores, bruises and
burns, Chamberlain's Salve Is all that
imil be- ran be desired. It is soothing and
1 e c is u uiauuiK hunt, r 1
. i,nr on,i snnth licnd on the C. healing In its cllect. Trice 2.. cents
liillilliviv..."' I . , .. ... .... 1 1
i! 1 H' that Is widening the tills For saic oy J-. r ncne v,o. mm a.
...... 1 . it., m
and putting In ballast an aiong mm.nit.u
line. Man.an relieves Instantly the pain
1 unnr McDonald has been appointed cau.sed by those blind, bleeding, Itch
11. F. D. carrier on route l.", to succeed K, and protruding piles. It Is put up
John Earle. It is not yet known n collapsible tubes In such a way that
Just when Oscar will take up the it can be applied where the trouble
work. originates, thus stopping the pain lm-
v, n t ipl-pu were sold at the mediately. Try one bottle, and If you
Rock Island station here Wednesday! are not relieved, your money will be
.,.,nin.F fnr Lincoln, the state fair! refunded. Try our free olTer. Sold by
and Bryan reception llng the altrac Gering k Co.'s drug store.
CASTOR I A
CatA are out announcing the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Martha
Thimr-an to Mr. Edward Kuchn, which
win nwmr at the bride's home on Wed
nesday, September 11
Wm. T. Weddell leaves Miudock
non for & better position. Mr. Ridge
For Infant! and Children,
TI11 Kind Yon Han Always Esu(tit
) Bear th
Of course you arc going to wear un
derwear next summer, and they're
goods which are subject to little
change ot style, especially standard
balbrlggans. While our extra low
prices, extending to every article
of hot weather wear are in force,
you can save a pretty penny by re-
pletlngyour wardrobe for a year
hence. We must have the shelf
space for fall stock. Many men who
enloy the distinction of being well
equipped In furnishings, manage to
make this item 01 expenditure econ
omlcal by opportune buying.
M. FANGER, Prop.
DR. J. 0. BRUCE
AU'Cctablc Preparation Tor As
similating fhc Kxxl and Kctf (tin -
ting the 5 tuinuchs and Dowv Is of
ncas and Rest Contains ndtlrr
ArHTferl Remedy forConslipa
lion , Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Conwilskms.tV wrish
nrss nnd Loss of Sleep.
For Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have
FacSunilo Sifinnlure of
Tm hums momii. ana t rr?.' .
1 1 1 irr;. s. 3
PfimO 1ft I Maybe you are tint
UUIIIG III 1 ready to buy that
watch you've had in mind, but
there's no harm In letting us
show you some of these beauti
ful new hand engraved cases In
gold tilled and solid old. It Is
always a pleasure, too, for ns to
explain the different movements
ami explain the broad guarantee
covering both ruse ami works.
Late beautiful elici ts In ladies'
JOHN W. CR1BILL
Kroehler & KroehJer
In selecting your sirintf needs, please bear in mind that
we carry a complete line of Builders' Material
in the Hardware Line. Also,
ZzZi; k.u2;j "
and the old
CoHtm Itlork. room S3 nd?M. Office hour
1 to u k, 111., 1 to a u. in. ana 7 u p. in. ny p
poininif 111. iftcpiiontw, omce w. 1 r'iuc
k( frklu Hutol.
PK. M AK8II ALU
We do all kinds of Roofing, Repairing and Spouting, tall aud sec us.
KROEHLER & KROEHLER
All klndnof twntul work. I'lut n made tht
fit. M yetiM cxtM-rlence. I'rlcci reiuontil6.
OKKICK KlTOI!HAI.II III.OCK.
WINDHAM INVESTMENT COMPANY
Lands, Ranches and City Ileal Kstatc
In Nebraska and elsewhere bought
sold and exchanged.
Hrntiil. tnsnriinrr nnd Alt rii Insr nf
'I'llli'S. Money to lutin 11 1 it low rule of
liitrrnt 011 Iniprovril fiirniH. IIiisIik'mi
rorri'sMinil'iitH In nil liiiportmil cllli'i
Hiiil Vow in In thu L ulled SlHtt's
Tlos)honS No. 0 antl tl.
ft. B. WINDHAM,
W. W. WINDHAM
Wctrrst successfully b mrsns of Kupfr
hrsird Air. Klociricit? il Mii' H tun
of Chronic Khvumstism. (Jlironic Khoiinisiic
Aitlnlis. Sciatica and l bronic Joint Truiiblrs.
Wntr for full iufot ination ; rsiulli superior
to anf "Springs" itcatniant.
THR V. S. A. LABORATORY,
tos Kami Bldl.. OMAHA. Nrl r.
Somewhere near l'iattsmouth, to as
sist us In showing and selling proper
ties. No experience necessary, if will
ing to let us teach you the real estate
business. Salary 100.00 a month, to
honest man, willing to devote part of
his time to his business. Co-Opcratlve
Land Co., Andrus liulldlng, Minneapo
The larc-st and tM equipped carriage fac
tory iu the utate. Kutalilisheil and located at
18th and Haraey St., over 20 years.
OlTIShS. a now making pecial price on high-grade
Ranabiati.Cotcirds. Starjbipcs.Snrrcyi, Traps, Phaetios, Fanlly Carriages
Headquarter, for the Genuine CtlimbtiS Buiiy C.'j Buttles - iyle.
as 7S Per Ct Dltcouit! Now ia your chance to buy either a NEW
or SECOND-HAND high-grade vehicle CHEAP
A fine 1450 Ctach Gear Trap f too
A 1400 handiome Leather Top Carriage, $ 40
Ak-Sar-Hem vUitora ahould te our Carriage!
and Flat tlsvotu befort purchating.
CUXIAfTfllO TO CIYI SATlSFACTtOrl 01 MONET lEFVNDD.
& DOSB AT BED TIME WILL USUALLY RELIEVE THE
MOST SEVERE CASE BEFORE M0RN1NQ.
Sold at 6ERIN0 4 CO S. Druo Store
Th mtdlclna! virtaM of the end nmi tod tMlaa
bUtotd from tba RaUTtPln bar bMO rKOtnlied
.bytba mtdical crofeMloa for ccntariti. Pina-olei
ConUla th TirtnM of th Hativ Pin that araof vain in rtll
log Backaca, tidmy, Blood, Bladder and Eheomatic Troablet,
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