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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1907)
Kens of General Interest Selected
From the I-edcer.
Abe Ilupely went to I'lattsmouth
Sunday to spend several days in help
ing out a rush of tin work for John
Joseph Chldester and wife moved
tack from the country Monday and
occupy the Lloyd residence in the
north part of town.
James Comer, who has been living
near Ilerlin for some time, has located
cn the Hall farm a few miles west of
William Cogdill and wife are the
happy parents of a new son that join
ed their family circle last Sunday eve
ning, March 10.
C.eo. N. LaKue has been a very sick
man the past week, suffering from a
severe attack or lagrippe, but we are
pleased to learn that he is now im
proving. Chas. S. Stone, the Murray Bank
cashier, "bunked" in this village
Monday night, enroute home from
Nehawka, and was a welcome caller
at this otliee Tuesday morning.
Col. Daniel Hurris, who has been
making his home at Milford, came in
to visit here this week, and left on
Friday for Shawnee, Okla. He will
visit there for awhile, then he will es
tablish himself in the soldier's home
at Leavenworth, Kansas.
T. G. Uarnum arrived home last
Saturday from East Springfield, N.
Y., where he went a few weeks ago to
attend the funeral of bis aunt. On
the return trip he came via. Washing
ton to see Congress in operation, and
also stopped off to look at Chicago.
"In 1:7 I had a stomach disease.
Some physicians said dyspepsia, some
consumption. One said I would not
live until spring. For four years I ex
isted on boiled milk, soda biscuits and
doctors' prescriptions, I could not di
gest anything I ate; then I picked up
one of your Almanacs and it happened
to be my life-saver. I bought a tifty
cent bottle of KODOL and the benetit
I received from that bottle all the gold
in Georgia could not buy. In two
months I went back to works as a ma
chinist, and in three months 1 was
well and hearty. May you live long
and prosper." C. N.Cornell, lidding,
Ga., li0.. The above is only a sample
of the treat irood that is daily done
everywhere by Kodol for dyspepsia. It
is soid here by F. G. Fricke & Co.
from the Courier.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schlei
fert, M-irch 13, a buy.
A (Utjriter was born Sunday,
March 10. t -Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
Frf d OsniWiip went to South Da
kota. M"ii1a) nere he went to take
Makes the finest, lightest-best
hot -breads, cake and
pastry Renders the
food more digestible
IIOYAl BAKINQ POWDU CO., NtW VOMb
from the Columns of Contemporaries
a homestead, providing he can find
something that looks good to him.
Mrs. J. J. Twiss and son, Lawrence,
left Monday for Nevada, Mo., where
Lawrence will take the Weltmer cure
for stomach trouble.
Virgil Iladdon bad his right hand
mashed, Thursday, while assisting in
unloading machinery for the Platte
River Sand company. No bones were
Louisville friends of Leslie Ellis
will bs pleased to learn that he has re
cently been promoted to assistant pas
senger and ticket agent of the Mo.
Pac. at Lincoln.
Mrs. A. Schoeman slipped and fell,
Thursday, and injured one of her
hips. Owing to her advanced age the
injury is considered quite serious, al
though no bones were broken.
C. W. Spence purchased three fox
hounds Monday of Ed Gess and ship
ped them to a customer at Beatrice.
Now if Mr. Spence could but find a
market for about five hundred curs
and have them shipped out of town
also, the people would raise up and
You should be very carerul of ydur
bowels when you have a cold. Nearly
all other cough syrups are constipat
ing, especially those containing opiate.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
moves the bowels contains no opiate.
Conforms to National Pure Food and
Drugs Law. Bears the endorsement
of mothers everywhere. Children like
its pleasant taste. Sold by F. G. Fricke
From the Leader-Echo.
Mrs. J. A. Clements is recovering
nicely from her attack of typhoid fe
ver. Mrs. M. J. Irons has been very sick
the past week, but is reported some
C. D. Kunzjr. and wife have been
visiting relatives at Milford the past
week or two.
Master Dick Clements has been very
sick the past week with inflammatory
Mrs. J. F. Hoover went to Lincoln
yesterday for a visit at the home of
her son, E. D. Clark and wile.
L. M. Cunningham has been quite
sick the past week with pleurisy. Ole
Carr is running his dray for him.
Ed Dorr left Tuesday for Clinton,
Okla , to visit the baby, also to see his
son in law and daughter, Delia. Geo.
Towle accompanied him as far a Lin
coln. G. W. Worley received a hard fall
Saturday when comingfrom the ceme
tery after the funeral. He tripped on
a loose board in the sidewalk, striking
his head on the walk as he fell, cutting
a gash beneath his chin that required
several stitches to close.
( From 1 1 1- K'ristcT
Mrs. Vilas P.Sheldon was in Lin
col the lirst of the week. We are
pleased to report her as much improv
ed in health and gaining rapidly.
Morris D. Pollard departed Tuesday
morning for his old home in Chester,
Vermont, on a visit to his father, sis
ter and brother. lie expects to be
gone about six weeks.
Ben Tucker is nursing a very sore
hand as the result of an opeiation for
the removal of a troublesome tumor.
He carries his "mit" in a bandage, but
reports it as doing well and that it
will soon be good-as-new.
Conductor Kepser's train piled up 7
cars near the iron bridge just east of
Weeping Water last Saturday, caused
by a broken ilange. A car of flour,
one of coal and an emigrant outfit
were among the list. No one was
B. F. Nailor, father of W. A. Nailor
who used to be on the old Ames place
south of town, died at the home of his
son in Port Angeles, Washington, on
Monday afternoon, March 4th, of heart
failure. lie was a resident at Nebras
ka City for a number of years, and
after the departure of his son W. A.
for Arbutus, Wis , he went to live
with son E. J. in Washington.
Mrs. Isaac Pollard received a wire
less message from Congressman Pol
lard who is en route to Panama on
a junketing trip through the canal
zone. It was sent from the S. S. Pana
ma off Cape natteras and was received
at Buxton, N. C, and from thence ov
er the Western Union wire. It stat
ed that all were well and enjoying the
trip. This was the first wireless mes
sage ever received here.
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Congh
Remedy in His House.
"We would not be without Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It is kept
on hand continually in our home,"
says W. W. Kearney, editor of the In
dependent at Lowry City, Mo. That
is just what every family should do.
When kept at hand ready for instant
use, a cold may be checked at the out
set and cured in much iess time than
after it has become settled in the sys
tem. This remedy is also without a
peer for croup in children, and will
prevent the attack when given as
soon as the child becomes hoars, or
even after the croupy cough appears,
which can only be done when the
remedy is kept at hand. For sale by
F. G. Fricke & Co. and A. T. Fried.
Send us your picture and $1.00 and
we will make you 25 genuine photo
graph post cards. Olson Photo
graph Co., 225 Coates Block, Platts
ROAD IS VIOLATING LAW
Failure to Sell Tickets at Two Cent Rate
Recently Attorney General Thomp
son received a letter from the western
part of the state saving that the Un
ion Pacific refuses to sell tickets for
2 cents a mile between Lexington aud
Sidney, because for a few miles near
Julesburg the main line of the road
over which all traffic passes swings ov
er into Colorado. The Union Pacific
claims that because the line leaves the
state and again re-enters it the busi
ness is interstate traffic, says the Lin
The attorney general has been in
restieatine this matter. He has found
a federal supreme court decision in a
case effecting the Lehigh Valley rail
road in Pennsylvania, that line having
refused to pay a state tax because it
had a few miles of track in an adjoin
ing state. The court, in disposing of
this question, said:
"A state tax against a railroad cor
poration, incorporated under its laws,
on account of transportation done by
it from one point within the state to
another point within it, but passing
during the transportation without the
state and through part of another
state, is not a tax upon interstate com
merce, and does not infringe the pro
visions of the constitution of the
In commenting on the decision and
its application to the new 2-cent fare
law in Nebraska, Attorney General
Thompson made this statement:
"I am of the belief that anyone who
offers to pay 2 cents a mile between
points in Nebraska and is refused
transportation at that rate will have
a valid cause of action against the
railroad company so refusing, regard,
less of whether its lines are entirely
within this state or not. Anyone on
board a train who tenders fare at 2
cents a mile and is put off will have
good ground for a damage suit."
Faster and faster the pace is set,
By peop of action, vim and get,
So if at the finish you would be,
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LOW WAGES PAID OPERATORS
Managers Face Serious Condition if La
Follette's Law is Made Effective.
Because the railroads of the coun
try have been paying very low wages
to telegraph operators for many yeais
past, while wages in other branches
of the business and in other lines of
business have been much higher, and
because the telegraphers union has
cut down the number of students, the
railroads are now facing a serious sit
uation. The number of operators is
much less than the demand calls for.
If the LaFollette law is put into effect
the telegraph operators available will
not be sufficient to man the stations
necessary to operate many railroads,
says the Lincoln State Journal.
Word cow comes that the railroads
are planning to test the LaFollette law
on the cround that it is class legisla
tion. This law provides that no oper
ator shall work more than nine con
secutive hours out of twenty-four, and
the wording is such that it will be
necessary for the roads to employ
three operators in many places where
two now do the work.
Chicago general managers say this
item alone will cost the railroads of
the country ten millions a year in ex
cess of that now paid to operators.
One western road has figured the ad
ded expense and has found that it will
cost the company about $400,000 annu
ally in excess of the present schedule.
Operating officials declare that the
rule also will make it harder to extend
the block signal system on account of
the great number of additional opera
tors required and the difficulty in pro
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deafness is
the result, and unless, the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
eatarrh) that ctnnot be cured by
nail's Catarrh Cure. Send for ciru
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. To remove a cough you must get a
the cold which causes the cough. There
Is nothing so good for this, as Kenne
dy's Laxative Cough Syrup. The liq
uid cold relief that is most quickly ef
fective, that stills and quiets the
cough and drives out the cold.' Sold by
F. G. Fricke & Co.
Two papers for the price of one. The
Kansas City Weekly. Star and Daily
Journal three months for one dollar.
Now is the time to subscribe.
LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP
For all Coughs and assists In
expelling Colds from the sys
som and tbe
is on every
tem cy gently moving in
bowels. A certain
relief fcr croup and
Nearly all other
cough cures are
Honey & Tar moves
the bowels, contains
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Found at Last.
J. A. Harmon, of Lizemore, West
Va., says: "At last I have found the
perfect pill that never disappoints me;
and for the beneflt of others afflicted
with torpid liver and chronic constipa
tion, wiil say: take Dr. King's New
Life Pills." Guaranteed satisfactory.
25c at F. G. Fricke & Co., druggists.
Saved Her Son's Life.
The happiest mother in the little
town of Ava, Mo., is Mrs. S. Ruppee.
She writes: "One year ago my sou was
down with such serious lung trouble
that our physician was unable to 'help
him; when, by our druggist's advice I
began giving him Dr. King's New Dis
covery, and I soon noticed improve
ment. I kept this treatment up for a
few weeks when he was perfectly well.
He has worked steadily since at car
penter work. Dr. King s New Dis
covery saved his life." Guaranteed
best cough and cold cure by F. G.
Fricke & Co., druggist. 50c and 81.00.
Trial bottle free.
"I wrote you for advice," writes Lelia Hagood,
of Sylvia, Term., "about my terrible backache and
monthly pains in my abdomen and shoulders. I
had suffered this way nine years and five doctors
had failed to relieve me. On your advice I aook
Wine of Cardui, which at once relieved my pains
and now I am entirely cured. I am sure that
Cardui saved my life."
It is a safe and reliable remedy for all female
diseases, such as peri
odical pains, irregulari
ty, dragging down sen
sations, headache, diz
ziness, backache, etc.
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