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Win. I'etcrsen and family are now
comfortably located in the residence
vacated recently hy Onie Beckner.
Mrs. Isaac I'ollard of Nehawka, and
Mrs. T. (J. Barnum departed Monday
evening for Prosper, Minnesota, where
they will spend some time visiting with
the former's sister.
Newton Massie, who formerly made
this place his home, hut of late been in
Kansas, visited here several days last
week, leaving Saturday for Alliance,
where he accepts a position on the rail
road. A deal was made Monday whereby
(Jeorjfe Stites became owner of the city
restaurant, having purchased it from
Moss McCarroll. George took posses
sion Tuesday morning and he takes hold
like an experienced hand.
William Eaton, vjio has been visiting
his brothers. Eli and George, left on
Wednesday for his home in Oklahoma.
"Hilly" lived here sixteen years ago,
and of course his visit was one of great
pleasure to him as well as to his num
erous friends he has here.
James I. Kainey has purchased from
W. It. Uargus a fine lfi) acres of land
south of here, the deal being handled
by W. F. Tracy. "Jim" now has a fine
home for some worthy young lady, and
we fear that if some of them don't land
him soon he will order a wife from Sears
John I). Hramblet, one of our progres
sive farmers northwest of town, is one
who believes in having his home neat
and up-to-date, and with that object in
view he has commenced the work of
laying cement walks alwmt his farm
residence, which will add much to the
already neat appearance.
Best rw'edicine in the World for Colic
"I lir.d Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and disrrhoea remedy to be the best
remedy in the world." says C. L. Car
ter of Skirurn, Ala. "I am subject to
colic and diarrhoea. Last spring it
seen.td ;:s though I would die, and I
think I wouM if I hadn't taken Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. I haven't been troubled with
it sir.ee until thi? week, when I had a
very severe attack and took half a bot
tle of the twenty-five cent size Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, ar.d this morning I feel like
a new man." For sale by F. (I. Fricke
& Co. and A. T. Fried.
Visit the CId Home
Mrs. L. V. Copenhaver and child, ac
companied by her sister, Miss Mable
Freese. departed this afternoon via the
Missouri Pacific for Syracuse, Neb.,
their old home, where they will visit
relatives and friends for a few days.
Syracuse is the old home of the Freese
family, and they are want to make
occasional trips back to keep alive the
acquaintanceships which were formed
long ago. They expect to return during
the forepart of the coming week.
Bad Burn Quickly Healed.
"I am so delighted with what Cham
berlain's Salve has done for me that I
feel bound to write and tell you so,"
says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St.,
Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter
had a bad burn on the knee. I applied
to Chamberlain's Salve and it healed
beautifully." This salve allays the pain
of the bum almost instantly. It is for
sale by F. G. Fricke and A. T. Fried.
"1 was a total wreck," writes Mrs. Beulati
Rowley, of Champoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had
suffered, for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I
would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I
did not know that anything could stop the pain
entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. I advise all
women suffering with painful periods to use Car
dui and be relieved."
It does this by regulating the functions and
toning up all the Internal female organs to health.
It is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with
a record of 70 years of
success. It has bene
fited a million others.
Why not you? Try it.
Sold by Every Druggist in $1.00 Bottles.
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Notwithstanding the excessively warm
weather, there was almost a bee-hive at
the county superintendent's office this
morning, with the school ma'ams and
masters, taking teachers' examinations.
They were working like bees and while
they were warm enough, for we heard
no complaint of being cold, they seemed
to be in a cheerful state of mind. Those
to take the examination were: Floy
Wort man of South Bend; Jennie Craig
of Greenw(Mxl; W. M. Thomas, Ellen
and Edith Anderson of Louisville; Ursula
Harmer of Weeping Water; and Pearl
Barker, Anna Leibershal, Blanch Rob
ertson, Florence Dovey and George L.
Farley of Plattsmouth, the latter tak
ing the examination for county super
intendent. Thousands of people are daily suffer
ing with kidney and bladder troubles
dangerous ailments that should be check
ed promptly. DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills are the best remedy for
backache, weak kidneys, inflamation
of the bladder. Their action is prompt
and sure. A week's treatment for 25c.
Soldby F. G. Fricke & Co.
Froro the Leader-Kcho.
Harvesting goes merrily along, and
hreshermen are getting their machines
ready that it may go to market.
Miss Nellie Nickel, who has been
quite bad with nervous trouble, was
taken to Lincoln Saturday by Dr. Neely,
where she will receive treatment at a
Master Elden Spark had the thumb
of his right hand dislocated and the
hand severely bruised Tuesday by get
ting it caught in a pully used on the hay
carrier at his father's barn.
Ted Williams, a former resident of
this community who emigrated to Kan
sas five years ago, returned last Satur
day. He goes to Memphis. Neb., to
superintend the general merchandise
establishment of his sister-in-law.
Joe Neely and Joe Klein, of Lincoln,
are visiting at the home of the former's
brother, Dr. J. M. Neely. Mr. Neely
who has been in the employ of the Bur
lington as a dispatcher for the past
nineteen years, has resigned his posi
tion, and in company with Mr. Klein, is
writing insurance for the Equitable Life
of New York.
A cleansing, clean, cooling, soothing,
healing household remedy is DeWitt's
Carbonized Witch Hazel Salve. For
bums, cuts, scratches, bruises, inset
bites, and sore feet it is unequaled.
Good for Piles. Beware of imitations.
Get DeWitt's. It is'the best. Sold by
F. G. Fricke & Co.
From the Courier.
Born, a boy to Mr. and Mrs. 0. Nel
son, July 15.
A boy was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ote
Ward July 6.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lon Jackman,
July 12, a girl.
Miss Katherine Seiver, of Marquette,
Neb., is visiting at the home of her
grandfather, T. W. Shryock.
Mrs. L. J. Mayfield returned Wednes
day evening from Atchison, Kas., where
she had been called to the bedside of her
sister, Mrs. C. S. Bringman. She left
Mrs. B. much improved.
A big fis h story comes from Verdigre.
Willie Fost erman caught a 3-pound cat-
Write us a letter describing all
your symptoms, and w will send you
Free Advice, in plain sealed envelope.
Address: Ladies' Advisory Department,
The Chattanooga Medicip Co.. Chatta
j5sh and while he was drawing it in a
mammoth 23-pound catfish came along
and swallowed the smaller fish, the boy
had to call for help to land the fish.
Word has just reached us of the mar
riage of Miss Mollie Berger and W. W.
Long, both of Fort Collins, Colo., which
occurred July 10th. The bride is well
known in Cass county, having lived here
since childhood, with the exceptions of
the past two years. The Courier joins
with her large cirle of friends in extend
ing best wishes and congratulations.
Nearly all old-fashioned cough syrups
are constipating, especially those that
contain opiates. They don't act just
right. Kennedy's Laxativs Cough syrup
contains no opiates. It drives the cold
out of the system by gently moving
the bowels. Contains honey and tar
and tastes nearly as good as maple
syrup. Children like it. Sold by F. G
Fricke & Co.
For constipation there is nothing quite
so nice as Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They always produce a
pleasant movement on the bowels with
out any disagreeable effect. Price, 25
cents. Samples free. F. G. Frickie and
A. T. Fried.
(From the Ueacon.)
Geo. Keitter, sr., left Tuesday for a
couple of weeks sojourn with friends
and relatives in Illinois and Ohio.
J. H. Latrom left Tuesday morning
for a visit at his old stamping grounds
in New York City. He expects to re
turn in about a month.
Ed Remaly is very seriously sick at
his home south of town with rheuma
tism. He suffered greatly Saturday
and Sunday but we are informed that
his condition at present is much better.
Geo. Trunkenbolz's little 3-year-old
daughter got a pin lodged in her throat
Thursday evening which required sever
al minutes to extricate. Dr. Adamson
succeeded in dislodging it before it had
done any serious injury.
Dr. Jester has again taken charge of
the practice recently sold by him to Dr.
Adamson. Dr. Jester has found it
necessary to change the plans which he
had laid out owing to the serious illness
of his wife. He will not move his fam
ily here until his son has finished school
at Cotner university but has bought a
residence at Bethany. Dr. Adamson
will engage in business in Lincoln.
Rudolph Wulf has a pair of badly
burned eyes and a face full of burned
powder as a result of trying to make a
firecracker Tuesday from an empty shot
gun shell, using a twisted paper for a
fuse. A gun-wad was thrust down
upon a shell full of powder and the pa
per fuse lighted. It went out two or
three times and Rudolph undertook to
light the quarter inch fuse. He receiv
ed the full force of the explosion in his
face. Dr. Dihel dressed the burns and
hopes to save the sight in both eyes.
(From the Ketrister.)
Curtis Askew came down from Weep
ing Water to take Jimmy Banning's
place while he's getting married and
taking his wedding "tower."
A bran new threshing machine, the
property of the Lloyd boys, who have
been operating a saw mill northwest of
town was unloaded here Tuesday.
We understand that John Kelberg is
thinking of leaving here and locating in
Omaha. Our informant said that he
had disposed of his house in East Ne
hawka. Lee Kirkpatrick made another unsuc
cessful attempt to land a piece of irri
gated land week before last. This time
he went to Fort Collins, Colo., but he
didjnot appear to hold a winning number.
Forest Cunningham combined business
with pleasure (?) when he took Martin
dale to board at the Manspeaker house
Tuesday. He brought home a fine team
of blacks that were badly needed in
their growing livery business.
Wm M. Tucker, accompanied by Mrs.
B. 0. Tucker and son Marion, left on
the Tuesday evening midnight train for
a visit with relatives. Mrs. Tucker and
Marion went to see her father, J. H.
Norris, in the southern part of Kansas,
while Uncle Wm. went to Oklahoma to
visit Alph and look after his farms.
The report is current that a man and
his wife who were here in the interests
of a drug house in Omaha last Tuesday
evening, and who were refused accom
modations at the Nehawka house, have
engaged legal counsel and are about to
institute damage proceedings in the dis
trict court for something like $5,000
against Mr. McClos and wife.
Accidents will happen but, the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil for such emergencies. It
subdues the pain and heals the hurts.
A few good milk cows, by John Berg
man, four miles west of Mynard.
Heavy, impure blood makes a muddy,
pimply complexion, headaches, nausea,
indigestion. Thin blood makes you pale
sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes
the blood rich, red, pure restores per
: POSITIONS FOR ALL WHO EXCEL :
Indorsed h everv bank
and nusiness man in Ne
braska City. The To
land Schools are noted
fur the success of their
graduates in securing
hitfh tfrade positions.
Send for Prospectvis
DO IT NOW!
Nebraska. City, Nebraska
WILL MAKE 'ELI PAY
Hew Law Which Rubs Hard on
Deadbeats are having a strenuous
time seeking to avoid the payment of
old accounts since the new exemption
law went into effect. Scores of actions
in garnishment have been instigated in
the justice courts, and not less than 300
suits on accounts have been started. The
litigants hope to get judgments on the
delinquent bills and when they are un
able to collect, garnishment proceedings
will be started. This new law provides
that the wages of a working man are
garnishable, but attorneys declare that
they will be able to knock out the law.
According to the new law 90 per cent of
a man's wages is exempt, but the local
attorneys are of the opinion that in cases
where a man is at the head of a family
that needs his support his wages are all
Local merchants of Lincoln, according
to the Evening News, have hit upon a
good scheme to collect money on old ac
counts. They send out a statement to
the debter warning him that unless
he makes some provision to square his
delinquent bill, garnishment proceedings
will be started at once. In most cases
this brings the delinquent to time. He
does not want to have any litigation
over the matter, neither does he care to
have 10 per cent of his wages held out
month after month that the account
may be settled. He is told that the
court costs will be tacked on, making
the sum total of his indebtedness per
haps twice its original size.
Before the end of the month many
suits on account will have gone to judg
ment by default, and by next month the
local justices of the peace will be busy
with their suits in garnishment. In some
instances old judgments will be revived,
and an effort will be made to collect the
The new exemption act wa s a part of
a scheme on the part of retail merchants
of the state to drop out the old law pro
viding that all of a laborer's wages was
exempt from garnishment. The retail
ers made a hard fight and finally suc
ceeded in getting the bill made into a
The Doctor Away From Home When
People are often much dissappointed
to find that their family physician is
away from home when they most need
his services. Diseases like cramp colic
cholera morbus repuire prompt treat
ment, and have in many cases proven
fatal before medicine could be procured
or a physician summoned. The right
way is to keep at hand a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. No physician can pre
scribe a better medicine for these dis
eases. By having it in the house you
escape much pain and suffering and
all risk. Buy it now; it may save life.
For sale by F. G. Fricke & Co. and A.
Buys Half Interest
J. S. Patterson, of the Riley House
barber shop, has disposed of his inter
est in same to Clayton Rosencrans, who
took possession this morning. Clayte is
a first-class tonsorial artist, and has
been in the employ of Tony Trility for
the past year or more. By his gentle
manly demeanor and good workmanship
has won many friends in Plattsmouth.
He is an excellent young man- and the
Journal wishes him success in his new
When there is the slightest indica
tion of indigestion, heart burn, flatu
lence or any form of stomach trouble
take a little Kodol occasionally and
you will be afforded prompt relief.
Kodol is a compond of vegetable acids
and contains the juices found in a
haalthy stomach. Kodol digests what
you eat, makes your food do you good.
Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Hundreds of Plattsmouth Readers Know
What It Means,
The kidneys are overtaxed; have too
have to much to do. They tell about it
in many aches aud pains-backache,
sideache, healache. Early symptoms
of kidney ills. Urinary troubles dia-
betes, Bright's diseaae follow. A
Plattsmouth citizen tells here a certain
J. W. Hkkson, employed with Platts
mouth Water Co., and living on Oak
street, between Seventh and Eighth
streets, Plattsmouth, says: "My ex
perience with Doan's Kidney Pills war
rants me in giving them the strongest
kind of recommendation. Off and on
for twelve or fourteen years I was sub
ject to attacks of pain in my back and
other symptoms which gave evidence
of derangements of the kidneys. Pro
curing Doan's Kidney Pills at Gering &
Co. 's drug store, I used as directed and
the beneft derived was so pronounced
that I am able to attest to the remark
able value and merit of this remedy,
not only did it give me entire relief
from the pain and other irregularities
but toned up and invigorated my system
generally. I can vouch at all times for
the great good to be had from using
Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Man Zine Pile remedy comes put up
in a collapsible tube with a nozzle. Easy
to apply right where soreness and in
flamation exists. It relieves at once
blind, bleeding, itching or protruding
piles. Guaranteed. Price 50e. Get it
today. Sold by Gering & Co
They Knew Each Other
T. J. O'Day, editor of the . Nehawka
Register, had business in the city today
and while here was in the office of the
county clerk and here met and was in
troduced to Frank E. Schlater, by deputy
clerk I). C. Morgan. When the form
alities of the introduction had been com
pleted, Mr. Schlator looked at Mr. O'Day
"Why" he said. "I know you" O'Day
admitted that the face of Frank did
look familiar, and then when he was re
minded that they knew each other in
the town of Neleigh, some twenty-two
years ago saying, "you are Jeff O'Day.
I know you." Mr. O'Day's face light
ened up when he knew that he had found
an old time friend. Frank E. Schlater
and T. Jefferson O'Day, met at Neleigh
in the year ls:W, where Jeff was study
ing law. They lived there for two years
and Frank came away a short time
afterwards. O' Day went to Alli
ance, or rather at that time a place
just east of where Alliance now
stands was a postoiliee known as
Grand Lake; a short time afterwards
Alliance was platted and Mr. O'Day
did the work. A short time afterwards
Mr. Schlater went to live about 35
miles south of Alliance on a claim, and
was frequently in Alliance, one day to
find that O'Day had gone. From this
time they lost each other, and not until
today in the county clerk's office did
they know where each other was. The
meeting to them both was like Christ
mas to the five-year-old, and was indeed
Pineules are for the kidneys and
Bladder. They bring quick relief to
backache, rheumatism, lumbago, tired
worn out feeling. They produce natural
action of the kidneys in filtering wast
matter out of the blood. 30 days treat
ment $1. Money refunded if Pineules
are not satisfactory.
BIG FIRE AND
Every Article Sold Will Be
Guaranteed Just as Rep-
The big fire and water sale now be
ing conducted by M. Fanger, first door
east of the court house, is still going on,
and the prices that are being made,
astonishes most every buyer that visits
Mr. Fanger wishes to impress upon
the minds of the people of Plattsmouth
and Cass county, that none of this dam
aged stock will be placed in his depart
ment store; but every article is being
placed on sale at this time, and all that
is not sold or in fact given away, will
be shipped from the city, after the home
people have had an opportunity of se
curing the choice of the stock.
The reputation of M. Fanger, of the
Department store is back of this sale,
and he cannot afford to misrepresent
anything in connection with the same.
The stock was purchased from the in
surance company by Mr. Fanger, at a
very low price in order that the home
people might secure these bargains in
the place of going elsewhere, and an
investigation of the goods and prices
will bear him out in every statement
made. The stock comprises one of the
best in our city, and with the excep
tion of the slight damage received at
the recent fire, is up-to-date in every
All This Week
Ai The Variety Store!
1 gallon Galvanized Iron Oil-Can
checked Apron Ginghurn at per
Twill Toweling -lAc
1,mio pieces of Graniteware at
eac h . . 10c
Clothes Pins per dozen lc
Safety Pins per paper
10c box assorted hairs pins
Ladies' gauze, vests each . .
Men's Summer Underwear per
Stove pipe per joint 10c
The VARIETY STORE
:J1 door ITast of Bank of
At the Home of Mrs. V.T.
Richardson in Mynard
Mynard, Nebraska, July 19, 1907.
(Special to the Evening Journal.) At
the home of Mrs. W. T. Richardson yes
terday afternoon, was held the regular
weekly meeting of the Christian Women's
Board of Missions of the Christian church.
A number were present from Platts
mouth and a very enjoyable time was
had. After the business session of the
meeting had been disposed of, an ele
gant lunch was served in time for the
ones visiting from Plattsmouth to return
on the late evening train on the Missouri
Pacific. On departing all declared Mrs.
Richardson a princess in the art of en
tertaining and looked forward to the
time when they will Ik; allowed to meet
with her again.
H. D. Travis Returns.
Judge H. D. Travis who returned
from Kansas Sunday morning, where
he has a 200-acre farm, in wheat, re
ports everything in fine condition, with
a good promise of an abundant crop of
the very finest wheat.
Pay by Check
Get a Receipt
The endorsement upon the
back of ;i check is proof that
the party received the amount
of the check,.
Von have evidence in each and
every trausact'on , when yoti
pay by check.
A checking account will do
onr business systematically ;
it will keep yonr money mat
ters straight. .
We cordially solicit your ac
count; believing that the ex
ceptional advantages we offer
for checking accounts will be
a distinct benefit to you.
The Bank of Cass County
Have st le ana race a
plenty and at oo ex
, pen.e to service. Take
our 8 3o0 and ii (don't
pay 85, its wrong) Ox
foros Tor instance. Tney cling to
your ankle as though vour foot was
moulded in them. We have them
in Patent. Gun and Mobawk Calf,
on Conservative and Swing Lasts.
Smart Drsers shuold
see our BOSTON and
We're "IT" on
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