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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1907)
from Fridays DkIIv.
Will Becker was a visitor in the city
this morning" from near Eight Mile
Grove, looking after some business.
Mrs. A. F. Seybert, of Cedar Creek,
came in this morning and is visiting
with friends in this city during the day
Mr. Murray and wife of Mynard de
parted for Lincoln this morning where
they will visit with relatives and attend
the state fair.
Herman Kleitch, of Weeping Water,
of the firm of Kleitch & Halmas, the
millers, came in lasteveningandis look
ing after business matters in the city.
and visiting old time friends.
Miss Hazel Hanesberger, of Elm wood.
who has been visiting with the children
of County Clerk Kosencrans for the
past few days, departed for her home
this afternoon on the fast mail.
George P. Barton, the tonsorial artist
,from Union was a visitor in the county
W. II. Newell was a passenger to
Cedar Creek this morning and as he had
a stone jar with crawdads in it, it look
ed to a man up a tree as though he had
some intention of catching some fish.
Miss Mayme Kelly, of Greenwood,
came in this morning, and will teach
the schol at District No. 28, better
known as the Stull district, for the
coming term. Miss Kelly comes well
recommended and it' Is confidently ex
pected that she will make a success of
G. I'. Meisinger, two sons and Louis
Brudenbush, while at the state fair yes
terday were relieved of fifty dollars by
gome of the light fingered gentry known
as pick iockets. It is also reported
that one of the Fornoff boys who had
only one dollar left loose in his jwket
was relieved of it.
From 'uturUay's llaily.
A. B. FornolF, from Cullom was a
visitor iu the county seat today.
Jacob Meisinger was a business vis
itor in the city today from near Cedar
I. M. Mc-Vey. of below Murray, was
a visitor in the county seat this
Levi IiusterhoUz, from west of Mur
ray, was a visitor in the city today look
ing after business.
Alex Graves and srn, of Murray,
were in the city this morning looking
after some business matters.
W. II. Seybert. member of the demo
cratic central committee, came in this
morning from Cullom to meet with the
Henry Kraeger. from west of My-
nard, was a business visitor in the city j
this morning, where he had some busi
ness matters to look after.
C. E. Metzger. democratic candidate
for district clerk, came in this morning.
Christie is feeling pretty good, and if
he ain't elected it won't be his fault.
Mrs. Chauncy Doty, of Pacific Junc
tion, was a visitor in the city this
morning, and while here called at this
office and made us happy by advancing
a dollar of the subscription to her "fire
side companion," the Journal.
John S. Smith of Nehawka, and his
mother, Mrs. J. C. Smith, who have
been visiting at Havelock and attend
ing the state fair, returned this morn
ing and are visiting in the city at the
home of W. T. Smith, and will return to
their home at Nehawka this evening.
Our old friend. J. W. Pittman, of
near Union, was in the city today, ac
companied by his son, James. They
drove up which denotes that Mr. Pitt
man has improved wonderfully from his
long seige of sickness. He has just re
turned from Burlington Junction, Srings
where he spent several weeks, and feels
much benefited by its curative iowers.
Weare trlr.d to see our old f riend looking so
from Monday's Daily .
Frank Bovd was a visitor in the city
C. E. Metzger of Cedar Creek, who
is a candidate for clerk of the district
court, was an over Sunday visitorinthe
city last evening, returning home this
D. C. Bhc den of Murray, the li'ery
man at that place, was a business visitor
in the county seat this morning.
Will Sutton and Claude Tignor from
near Bock Bluffs were in the city today
looking after some business matters.
Mike Bys of Louisville, was a busi
ness visitor in Plattsmouth this morn
ing, returning to his work this after
noon. George Sho.n:;in and wife, who have
been visiting at Springfield and Louis
ville for the j as t "Tew days, returned
home this morning.
C. S. Polk who moved to Boise. Idaho
some time sincel returned Saturday eve j
and will be m the cuy and surrounding
towns two weeks where he has some
business to look after.
Mrs. T. J. Khoden and little daughter
returned this morning from Greenwood,
where they have been visiting with
Mrs. Rhoden's parents for some time.
T. J. was here to meet them, and called
and renewed for the Journal another
year. r '
John D.' McBride who is working in
Umaha was a visitor at home over
A. C. Cary of near Union was a vis
itor in the city today having business
with some of our citizens.
Miss Nannie Monroe, of Jacific Junc
tion, who was operated upon at Omaha
for appendicitis last Friday, is getting
along as well as it was hoped she would.
and is expected to have a speedy re
covery, as at the present time her con
dition is very favorable.
From Tuesday's ltily .
II. M. Long and daughter, Mrs, Rob
ert Shrader of Hensley, Neb., were in
the city from Murray this morning.
Paul Frolick of Alvo was a business
visitor in the city this morning, where
he has some legal matters to attend to.
E. Swarts and .wife, the clerk at the
Coates block drug store, were called to
Silver City, Iowa, this morning by a
telephone message stating that a niece,
Miss Ada Swartz, was very ill.
William Burkel, of Cincinnatti, Ohio,
who has been visiting at the home of
his brother, Val Burkel, of this city for
some time, departed for his home this
morning on the early morning train. '
Visitors at the Masonic Home yester
day were: Mrs. A. T. Smith of
Wheaton college, Chicago; Miss Ger
trude Stenner of this city. The electric
light, which has been out of repair for
three weeks, has been turned on again.
Kroin rt ednesclay's daily
James Lambert, of Rock Bluffs, was
a county seat visitor today.
John Fredrick came in today from
Pekin, Illinois, for a visit here.
Emanue! Kline, from Cedar Creek,
was a visitor in the city today.
The E. A. Wiggenhorn estate paid in
to the treasury of Cass county the sum
of $172.49, as the portion of the in
heritance tax coming to this connty.
Saunders connty will probably get some
thing like $2,000.
Mrs. George M. Porter departed this
afternoon for Weeping Water, where
she will visit for the remainder of the
Adam FornofY and wife, Miss Emma
Holmes, Phillip Fornoff and Phillip
Fornoff, jr., came today from Pekin,
Illinois, for a visit with friends near
Miss Bessie Tyson, of Elmwood came
in this morning and is visiting in the
city with friends and relatives, the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Q. K. Parmele.
Mrs. James Irwin and son, Clement,
of Racine, Wisconsin, who have been
at Mrs. Chas. Morrison's for the past
week, enroute home from Los Angeles,
California, continued on their way home
Mrs. Nicholas Volk, mother of Mrs.
Jacob Tritsch, and Mrs. John Horn, her
sister, came in this afternoon and will
visit with the family of Jacob Tritsch
and other friends and relatives
west of the city for several weeks.
Mrs. Sarah Goolsby, of Omaha, who
has been visiting at the home of her
son, Ellis, for the past few days, de
parted for home this morning. Mrs.
Ellis Goolsby accompanied her and will
visit at Omaha for a few days.
Lafe Nelson and his brother-in-law,
J. E. McCarthey, of Enfield, Illinois,
who has been visiting at the home of
Mr. Nelson, went to South Omaha this
morning where they will view the
stock yards. Mr. McCarthey will pur
chase about five hundred sheep for his
feed yards in Illinois. He intends to
feed a large number of head of stock
Gebrge II. Woods, of Louisville, was
a business visitor in the city this morn
ing, going to Omaha this afternoon,
where he will look after some business
matters, returning home this evening.
Torturing eczema spreads its burning
area every day. Doan's Ointment
quickly stops its spreading, instantly
relieves the itching, cures it per
manently. At any drug store.
G. L. Kreager was a passenger to
South Omaha, this morning, going to at
tend the horse sale which is in progress
there at present.
Kittie Cummins, teacher of piano.
Fail term begins- Monday, September
loth. . ."t
Wm. Peters, from near Avoca, came
in this morning and was enroute for
Pacific Junction, whore he has a farn.
in the hail district and he goes to see
what is the condition of things there.
VV mle in the city he made tnis office a j
KKl'OJ.T OF THE CONDITION
Of THE i
B&nk of Cass County.
of riuttsmouth, Nebraska.
Charter No. 642.
I ikdi'Ikii nt-l in t lt hiui of Xeliruska, at tlie
close of luili'ss Aiik'uM 31, H7.
Ixans anu discounts ?i":2.7!'l Is
overdrafts, utiuirrd and unsecured.. 7t
Konds tiui tm
Hankintr house furniture an1 fix
tures KjMI X
Other real estate U.tittt 35
Current exienses and taxes paid :i,743 12
Cash Items.... 4kI 0.
Due from national, state and private.
hanks and hankers W,0."i! 4.1
Checks and items of exchange iHtl (Kt
Cash , J4.41& 7 j
Total !jct2,l70 -M
Capital stock paid in M,a0 00
Surplus fund.... ,ai,uu 00
Undivided profits jt.lov 14
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 140.0i". 43
Demand certificates of
deposit Z.7' M
Time certificates of de
Cashier's checks out
standing s,.V.! 77
Due to state and private
hanks and hunkers... . k,riKi 1"
State or Nebraska. '
County ok Cass j
.'-, 170 '".)
I. T. M.
cashier of the ulxive named hank, do herehy
swear that t he aUive statement is a correct and
true copy of the reMrt made tot he St ate Bank
ijitf Board. T. M. I'attkkson.
, ,, ., . J Chas. C. Pakmei.k. Director,
.Musi. f j. I'attkkson, Director.
Suhscrilieu and sworn to lefore me thislltli
day of Septemlier. I7. - L. K". Hasse.
I Seal My commission expires Wt. mli, 11.
Miss Nettie Meisinger departed this
evening for Pekin, 111., where she in
tends to visit with relatives and friends
for several weeks.
Henry M. Long, of Murray and his
grandson, Chester Schrader, of Hend
ley, Neb., were visitors in the city this
morning, where they were looking after
some business matters.
George Smith, of Rock Bluffs, ac
companied by his daughter, Miss Nettie
Smith, were passengers to Omaha this
afternoon where they will lo,ok after
Mrs. L. Nelson and family and Mrs. J
E. McCarthy and family were passen
gers to Glenwood this morning where
they will visit the Institute.
Miss Gretchen Naigle of South Bend
came in this morning and took the
Missouri Pacific train for St. Louis,
where she will visit for some time.
Don't use harsh physics. The re
action weakens the bowels, .leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. They operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Plattsmouth State Bank
of Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
Charter No. 7
I iicorporatcri in t lie st ate of XehrasWa. a) 1 "
dose of liusiness Ausrust ill. I!t7.
Loans and discount r2.4sr ts
i verdrafts. secured and unsecured.. . l.iNi;i,:.'l
Banking house, furniture and fixtures . 714 ."('
Current exienses and tases paid I.i"! !t4
Cash items ." !H
Dun from national, state
and private hanks and
hankers ? 44.."mK 3
Checks and items of ex
change ."04 si
Cash j.i's !H
Total Cash on hand ;0.:iH hi
Total liV.Ti; 7
Capital stock paid in Sw.tMiO 00
Surplusfuud ."H) ot
1'ndivided profits 3.K-3 I'D
Individual tleiKisits subject
to check ?7S0!'l is
Demand certificates of de-
ixisit l.lio (k
Time certificates of deposit HMUJ 41 - W.VZi l
Total li".77C 7s
Statu ok Nebraska, ..
Coi-ntt ok Cass t L.I. M. KoU'its.
cashier of the atnn-e named hank, do hereby
swear that the ntxive statement is a correct
and true copy of the reixrt made to the State
Bankiiii.' Board. .1. M. KOBEBTS.
it . i ' w- Nkwei.i.. Director.
iiosi.( , j, i.AjTEK. Director.
Suliscrilied and sworn to fietore me this 7tli
day of August, l.7. U. H. Winpham.
ISeall , . Notary l'uhlic.
WHEN THE KETLTE SIHGS
it's a siirn of coal satisfaction. Waist
to hear the music In your kitchen?
Easy order coal from this ullice and
yard. The output of the Trenton
mine the fuel we handle has no su
perior anywhere, its equal in few
J. V, EGENBERGFR,
'PUflNE Haitsmouth No.22.
. Hell No. 3
(fil. . 1S)I1Y &i MOM g
Ingrain 2 -ply Carpets
Ingrain 3-ply Carpets
Smith's Axminster Carpets
Wilton Velvet Carpets
A Question Solved
A leading newspaper asked its reader
to answer this question: "V hat is the ;
foundation of success?" Among the
hundreds of answers the following re- :
ceived the prize: "Integrity, judge
ment, stamina and health." This seems i
to solve the question, but many claimed j
that it is not in our poverto enjoy al-
ways good health, but those of sound !
judgement know that Triner's Ameri- ;
can Elixir of Bitter Wine, if taken in ;
time, will keep their health and stength. '
These are absolutely necessary to those .
giving all their physical vigor and men-
tal energy to business or occupation:)
they will notice that their digestive sys-j
tern is the first to suffer and, soon :
after, the whole body. To keep your j
digestion and with it your whole system '
in perfect working order, you cannot j
select a better remedy than Triner's J
American Elixir of Bitter Wine. It
strengthens the muscles of the diges
tive system and brings the body to
equilibrium, that is to the harmonious
action of all organs. Use it in all mal
adies of the stomach and of the intes
tines. At drugstores. Jos. Triner, 799
S. Ashland Ave. Chlcego, 111.
"Learning to Skate is a corker- Pa
mele tonight. -
J. E. McCarthy went to South Omaha
this morning to look after the shipment
of 700 head of sheep, which he pur
chased yesterday and will send to his
feed yards. He will return this evening
and with his family will depart Satur
day for their home in Fnfield, Illinois.
Come to the Parmele tonignt. 60 min
utes of fun, lOo.
For Sale: 20 acres of farm land, 2
miles from Plattsmouth; 20 acres be- j
tween Chicago and Lincoln avenue; 11 ;
acres adjoining the city on the north- I
west; 6 acres on Chicago avenue; 5
acres on Lincoln avenue; three Cass ;
county farms, one of 200 acres, one of '
90' acres and one of 46 acres, all im- j
proved; a farm of 280 acres, well im- i
proved in Garfield county, Neb., a bar
gain at $35.00 per acre.; 320 acres of
grazing and hay land with 60 acres ;
under cultivation, near the Calamus
river in Garfield county for $1800: a 640 i
acre well improved ranch on the North
Loup in- Garfield county for $25.000; !
lands to exchange for town property j
and town property for land; 10 cottages
in Plattsmouth with from 4 to 6 rooms j
for sale at two-thirds of original cost, !
$o0 to HMjaown,. remainder in mommy,
quarterly, or annual payments, and we '
have others. Call at our office for par
ticulars. Windham Investment Company.
Who read this are Kointf to buy a new carpet this fall, and
to you and others that are interested in carpets, we will
Our new carpets are bejinnintf ts, arrive and ue are
getting them in shape as fast as we can. We have a good
stock to select from and the tjuality is the very best that
money can buy. We buy direct from the mills for cash,
thus securing the lowest possible price. - It is a j,rreat pleas
ure to us to show car pet knowing that we are in a posi
tion to show yoi: a gnater variety of. patterns than' any
carpet house it thjs vicinitv. It does not make any differ
ence what you want to covr-r our ilo r with, we have it
So let us figure with vu. Call up the carpet man. Inde
pendent'No. 70, Bell 153. He will be right there to ive
you the desired information. Tell him to rome and tal e
the measure of vour room ;,nd oi v iil be -tire of a nice fit.
Floor Oil Cloths
Linoleums, in 6
The "Stay Satisfactory'Range
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