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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
"Catches 'em a Commin and Agoin!"
Our Syrup of Tar
and White Pine,
for with each bot
tle goes a package
of Laxative Cold
Any other cough
syrup merely al
lays the cough and
simply a cold cure
does not allay the
cough, but our
both. Price 50c.
GERING (Si CO..
MIKES PLEA FOR MRS. ULLIE
Can You Civ the Reason?
(an I'lattsmouth merchants give
any good reason why farmers within
Unthtr nl LhrrfsrH Uin inntitt tn f!n. elK't mllesof I'lattsmouth go to towns
r on the vet side of the county to huv
error, and Sans Mrs, Liltie
is Not Guilty.
Another plea Is made for the free
dom of Mrs. Llllie, accused of murder
ing her husband. In speaking of the
matter, the Lincoln Journal hays:
'The mother of the husband of Mrs.
Llllie appeared yesterday before Gov,
gonu.' ihere Is a reason for It and
our business men should seeK the cause
and then apply the remedy. Our
tradesmen can sell goods as cheaply ns
they can be sold in other towns, un
doubtedly, and should control trade of
at least one-half the county. The giv
ing of bargains will attract trade when
the people know who It Is that Is glv-
RATES $1.00 PER DAY
First House West B. 6c M. Depot
We Solicit the Farmers Trade
and Guarantee Satisfaction.
When in the City Give Us a Call
T5he Perkins Hotel
J5he Reliable Store
Pianos and Organs
Sold on Easy Payments if Desired
We ship Musical Instruments to all parts of the United
States, If you are looking for a Piano or Organ, in fact,
anything in the way of Musical Instruments, don't fail to
write or call on us. We are the largest dealers in the Mid
die Wcj.1. purchasing our Musical Instruments in large
quantities for cash ancf selling on a very close margin of
profit. In our stock is found such old reliable makes as
Sohmer, Chickering Bros., Fischer, Estey, Wegman, Frank;
lin, Schacifer, Price 8r Teeple, Bailey and twentyone other
makes to select from. Write us for catalogues and prices.
Omixhes Reliable Pla.no House.
SERIOUS STABBING AFFRAY
ernor Mickey to ask for the pardon of Ing them. Hut sitting down with a
the woman who has been convicted stool between your knees and waiting
and who Is serving a life sentence In for the cow to back up to be milked
the peniteutlary for the murder of "ever Blithe cream pitcher. There
her son. The elder Mrs. Llllie Is scv- re too many merchants in nalts-
entv-slx years of age. She Iscontident mouth who attempt to reap the bene-
that her daughter-in-law did not mur- nis or tnc advertising or tncir more
dcrherson, Harvey Llllie, as he slept enterprising neighbors.
In his bed in bis own home. The eld
erly woman was accompanied by Mrs.
A. D. Beemer, wlfo of the warden of
the penitentiary. The hearing was
of short duration, but the visitor
pleaded for a pardon for the woman
who was convicted of slaying her son
The caller lives at Bellwood. She re
cited that a girl at the Lillle home
heard someone tampering with the
window on the night of the murder
She also stated that she believed her
son and his wife loved each other so
much that it was Impossible that the
wife should slay her husband as he
slept. It develops that no formal ap
plication has been made to Governor
Mickey for the pardon of the Mrs.
Margaret Llllie. The governor has
been asked by the convicted woman
to consider the case and he has said
that he never takes under consldera
tlon a case of pardon without a formal
application and notice of publication
as required by law. Three preachers
The Plant In Omaha Will Cost SI, 500, 000
tor Construction -To Be Completad
In One Year.
In speaking of the contract entered
Into for the const ruction of the Inde
pendent telephone system in the Ne
braska metropolis the Omaha World-
"Surprising and thoroughly pleasing
to the people of Omaha will be the an
nouncement that the new indepen
dent telephone system in this city will
be of the automatic type. The matter
was not detlnltely decided until yester
day, when the contracts were signed
and the papers duly passed.
"It Is not often that a single con
tract for over Sl.son.ooo Is executed In
Omaha, but that Is what happened
yesterday when the contract for the
construction and equipment of tlm
entire telephone system was signed,
scaled and delivered.
'The company securing tho big
contract Is the ('resent Construction
company, which represents the largest
aggregation of telephone construction
capital In the west, F. II. Stowo of
I'ortland, Ore., general manager of
tho company, came to close tho con
tract for the construction of the plant
and stated last evening before leaving
for Denver that In less than a year
Jim Jones ot This City One ot Two Men from today the plant would bein run
A Good Thing for Plattsmouth.
The new trains put on the Missouri
l'acltlc last Sunday are evidently not
nly a great thing for I'lattsmouth
but also a great accommodation fur
south ati' 1 west ends of the county.
Those who have business In the county
seat can arrive In 1 1 K city about b
o'clock and return home In the after
noon about half-past t wo o'clock. The
business men of 1'lal tsmouth state
that these trains are also a good
thing for them, From reports Ihew
trains seem to be doing a very fair
business for a starter.
LINCOLN'S SLEEPING BEAUTY
On Wednesday Night Near Meadow, Across
Platte River From Louisville.
THE TROUBLE AROSE OVER A WOMAN
Held by Sarpy Authorities to
A special from Sprlnglleld, Neb
under date of November ir, gives the
.1 frvllm f rut onni uin t .i 1 1 in cr i limttir nr. I . i. n m.. ' i.
of Butler county arc the only people """"" - gone in oiiuieiucnc coast. ,eiavc
way mill uvvuncu ni-ui Kiuauun, pill III cikuu uin nyswiiiittuu imio junu
mo old manuci system in
Mr. Stowo expressed much satis
faction over the situation here, and
said that Omaha would have the most
complete and up-to-date plant that
could bo built. 'Von will have the
benctit of tho very latest Improve
ments. and also the benctit of all the
experience that comes of the construe
tlon of too nest plants mat nave jusi
who have written the governor In re
gard to a pardon for the woman. As
the governor goes out of olllce January
3, the friends of the convict will have
to make haste If they secure notice of
publication necessary to make the ap
plication for a pardon legal."
Uncle Sam to the G. O. P.
Between you and me,
You're to brace
Or you won't have a place
In the next race.
The other side is going sum,
And It will get there
If you don't open your eyes
And get wise
To the situation.
Wants a square deal.
Which It will appeal
To the people for, and they
Won't come your way
As long as you line up with money,
As long as you let the great
Exert their might
Against the right,
And boss and legislate.
This is no josh.
And take it from me
That the G. O. P.
Has got to break the fetters
Ot steel and oil and coal
And rail and meat and sugar,
If it would roach the goal
Of any party answ'rlng
A party's highest call
The welfare of the people,
The greatest good for all.
Now, (r. 0. 1'., you've got to
Make good In this regard,
Or you will get the lemon.
And get it tierce and hard.
Talking, and if you ain't a clam
You'll listen to vour Uncle Sam
W. J. Lampton, In the New lork
Initial const ruction contemplates put
ting the plant In operation with H.ooo
'Dhones when it ooens lor nusincss.
l. ... - . il k
We will get to work at mo earnest
nosslble moment. I shall move to
Omaha with my family and shall lie
here Inside of three weeks, our en
gineers will be here Inside of three
weeks. Our engineers win nc nerc
possibly In two weeks, and certainly
In three weeks, and will proceed to
lay olT the city and go ahead with the
tlin I'lattn rlvnr frnm I.niilsvilln tom OUt
w.rtnnd,, ni.rl.t- "A rinii. st.ah- Angcies aim insiai eu a new auiu
. . matlCHVstcm of ls.tHHJ 'pliones.
blng atlalr occurred last nignt near .. .Qmaha Is to built for a 2.".,0o0
Meadow. Several of the quarrymen 'phone system, and everything wlll he
hnri hoon rlrinklnir rfnrlnc t,hn ri.iv. carr cu a omf on mat oasis irom in
rw ii.,i,n ,,rniri ,it, start, though ourcontract
another bylthe name of Jones. In the
evening Jones again got into trouble
with another laborer who was in com
pany with Hughllt and in the tight
which followed Jones was stabbed
The wound is considered serious, be
Ing in the region of the heart. At
last reports Jones was still alive, but
it is thought he will die. Deputy
Sheriff T. J. wrignt went to tnescene map9 an(i plans."
or the trageay last nigtit ana arrested
Hughllt and the man who did the Causes Parent Anxiety
stabbing. Yesterday afternoon Gwcnnith, the
"But little Is known about any or ttilrtcen-year old Hon of Mr. and Mrs
the parties Involved, they being a part U;.E, Hilton, was the cause of much
of the floating population usually nmlet v to his narents. when he failed
found about the quarries of this vl- to rcturn home from school at the
6lnlty. Hughllt, however, has been customary time, and also failed to
employed asa farm hand In the vlcln- L10w up for the evening meal. The
lty during the summer and was con- parents became very much alarmed
slderd a peaceable citizen except when an(j tjicy imagined all sorts of possible
under the influence or liquor." danirers that might have befallen the
lad and thus prevented him from re
Since the above was put in type the turning home. Their anxiety In
Journal has received further details creased when diligent Inquiries re
which are to the effect that Jim Jones vcaled the fact that he had not been
of this city together with Mert Hugh- to school in the afternoon, and many
lit are confined in the county jail at of the neighbors and townspeople
Papllllon, to await developements of turned out to assist in the search,
the serious wounds Inflicted during the which was carried on until the even-
quarrel with one Jake Leppold, a Ing train from Omaha came In, bring
brother-in-law to Hughllt. As stated Ing the truant son home. He had
In the above dispatch, the trouble gone to the depot at noon, and, unno
orlglnated during Wcdncsdy when ticed by any of his friends, got on the
Jones Insisted on staying at Jake train and took a trip to Omaha.
This was supposed to have been set- County Attestor to Meet.
tied when Jones was transferred from Nebraska assessors are considering
the quarries near Meadow to those at a plan to meet In Lincoln about Janu
Cedar Creek, but Jones only went as ary 15, to confer on the property valu
far as Louisville, and then returned atlons for next year, as well as to
in the evening to renew his attentions agree on suggestions for presentation
to Llppold's wife and at this Llppold to the legislature relative to amend
attempted to eject Jones from the ing the present assessment laws, says
house. Hughllt and Leopold's wife the Lincoln News. J. S. Kobbins
and In the Wallace, assessor for Lincoln county
A Capital City Girl Has Been Asleep tor
Several Days and Still Slumbers.
A special from Lincoln claims that
MlssCella Arcnsou has slept for seven
days. Physicians have failed to arouse
her from her stupor. A week ago yes
terday she complained of a strange
feeling for which she could not ac
count. She retired as usual, hut the
members of tho family failed to awake
her the next morning, nnd sent for Ir.
The sleep has continued for a week.
Tho girl breathes normally, and the
bodily functions goon as usual. Nour
ishment has been given by artificial
means. At times her cheeks aro Hush
ed, but usually they are very pale.
T.iday the physicians announced that
the girl was better. She moved from
one position to another on her lied.
For days she lay w ithout any move
ment of the body.
It Is believed tliat over study brought
on a condition of temporary paralysis
of the motory portion of the brain.
Miss A renson graduated from the high
school last spring, when only hi years
of age. Shu had studied very hard.
Her parents would not permit her to
pursue her studies this fall because of
her youth and her Inclination to study
too much, ilutsho was a great reader,
and her present condition was brought
on by over use of the brain.
The doctors look for her complete
Probe the State Journal Cate.
Reports come from Lincoln that the
alleged bilking of the state to the ex
tent of H,,r)Oi) and the case against
ho Journal company may be the sub
net of a searchlngexaminatlon by the
members of the next legislature.
The defendant Is accused of selling
supreme court reports, the reports be-
ng the exclusive property of the state.
The alleged offense extended through
a number of years and the money, It
Is alleged, was diverted from the state
The whole deal has been clothed In
mystery. The legislature may make
rigid investigation In order to un
cover the Individuals concerned. It
has been proposed to start a reform
program with the unmasking of a
fraud supposed to be one of the most
brazen and gigantic in the history of
Made Happy for Life.
Great happiness came Into the home t()0k fidcs wi,n Jones
ofS.C. Blair, school superintendent, 8crimaee that occurred after the men has written In to Secretary Bennett
at bt. Aioans, a., wnen nis nine had left the house, Llppold received a of the equalization and assessment
aaugnier was restorea irom tue arena- 8cr0US 8tab n tne region of the heart, board advocating that Idea, and Mr
fuioomaiaint tie names, liestys: aiy Thenewsof the affair soon spread Bennett thinks it a good one. If Mr,
little daughter had St. Vltls Dance, AnA In . gbort t.me . D0SSC Wtn jw n0bhlns can interest enough of his fel
which yielded to no treatment out sheriff Wrlirht at the head, was low awesors in the mcetlmr. a date
grew sieaany worse until as & iasi re- MtrChjnK for the two men who were will be announced for It
sort we tried ticctrio liitters; ana I captured tn Llppold's house. Llppold Among the things which there will
rejoice 10 say mree Domes eneciea Ms in a serious condition, but hopes arc be for the assessors to talk over in
complete cure." yuicg, sure cure ior entertained for his recovery. Jim case they come here Is the method of
nervous complaints, general debility, j0DC8, oneof the two prisoners held assessing grain brokers' capital stock
female weakness, Impoverished blood by the Sarpy county authorltlds, is a and tangible property, which was the
anamaiana. uuaraniceu oy r. u. nnn nf Mrs Tvl Patton of thla rltv. LmMnrr. nf a rpcent minreme court
Frlcke & Co. drug store. Prive 50c.
where he was raised and
has borne a
Omaha' Olvoro Reoord.
The Bee says: "The extent of the ManZan relieves Instantly the pain
divorce 'evil' In Omaha is Indicated caused by those blind, bleeding, itch
from figures tabulated by George Seajr, ing and protruding plies. It Is put up
Journal clerk In the office of the dls- in collapsible tubes in such a way that
trlct clerk. Since the beginning of It can be applied where the trouble
the October term of court, October 1, originates, thus stopping tho pain lm-
and Including November 14, there mediately. Try one bottle, and If you
have been granted slxty-tlve divorces, are not relieved, your money will be
or about ten decrees a week. While
no tigures arc available for compari
son, this Is said to be about the aver
age of other terms of court. Of the
sixty-five, Judge Kennedy has granted
twenty-seven, Judge Day twenty-two
and Judge Troup sixteen."
"Generally debilitated for years.
Had lick headaches, lacked ambition
was worn out and all run-down. Bur
dock Blood Bitters made me a well
woman." Mrs. Chas. Freltoy, Moos-
Loch ot Half Prtci
t dosing out sale of Ilerold'i stock
refunded. Try our free offer. Sold by
Gcrlng & Co.'s drug store.
Pas the Pulverlied Sugar,
An exchange says as follows: "If
men are the salt ot the earth, women
are undoubtedly the sugar. Sugar Is
& luxury. Vicious men are saltpeter,
stem men are rock salt, nice men are
table salt. Old maids are brown sugar
and pretty girls the fine pulverized
sugar. Please pass the pulverized sugar-
Good hats oi salt ot Wildmaa &
Cos, ratfTta 1 prtct from 15c to
opinion. Uniform assessments and
the revised classification of property
will be two other topics.
It Is felt by many assessors that
they cannot well stand the expenses
of coming to Lincoln, inasmuch as
their salaries are not large. They
think that as their attendance here
would be for the benctit of their re
spective counties the county boards
should allow their expenses.
Two meeting of assessors have been
held In Lincoln since the legislature
of loo:i passed the new revenue act.
At the first one, held Just before the
law went Into effect, about seventy
were present. Last year, forty five or
fifty were here and got acquainted
with the methods of digging up prop'
erty which were put into effect sue
)5 oqd )6 Dnsi Skirts ot $3.98
at closing out sale of Herold'a stock.
$15 Fors ot $11,35
at Closing out isle ot Ilerold'i stock.
M. L. White Property Sold.
Win. Deles Dernier, administrator,
with will annexed, was In the city Fri
day and sold tho property on the cor
ner of Sixth and Oak streets to Dr.
T. P. Livingston for the sum of I1,0T0.
This Is one of the most desirable resi
dence locations" In the city, and the
brick house thereon is one of the first
In the city. The Journal Is Informed
that Dr. Livingston expects to re
model the house and make It up-to-date
In every particular.
A Missouri Genius.
The Britt (Mo.) Tribune says: "We
have Just succeeded in getting a
patent on an electric motor fastened
on the rump of a cow, the electricity
being generated by a dynamo attached
to her tall. She strains the milk,
hangs up the pall and strainer. A small
pennograph accompanies the outfit and
yells "Soo" every time she moves. It
she lifts her foot to kick a little dingus
slips over the condlves and the phono
graph says "Dammitt." And If she
continues to kick, a hinged arm
catches the milk stool and lams her
on the back till It looses a patch ot
hair as big as a dustpan. A patent
churn goes with the outfit that works
the butter In one dish and the hair In
Need a good cathartic? A pill Is
best. Say a pill like DeWltt's Little
Fatly Risers. About the most reliable
on the market. Sold by F. G. Frlcke
& Co. and Gering & Co.
Don't forget that I have Die best
bargains In South Dakota lands that
can possibly be gotten for the money.
We control a large portion o' this land
ourselves and can give you better bar
gains than anyone else. Convince
yourself by making a trip with me on
any Tuesday of the month. Prices on
this land range from 115 an acre and
upward. It will make you more money
In the next two years than you can
make at anythlt.g by buying a tract
ot this land. See J. P. Falter about IB
In the Coates Block.
Plnesalve cleanses wounds, Is highly
antiseptic, unequaled for cracked
hands. Good for cuts. Sold by Oer
Ing ACa's drugstore.
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