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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1907)
Great suffering is the lot of all women, who neglect the health of their wo
manly organs. , No reason to do so, any more- than to neglect a sore throat,
colic, or any other disease, that the right kind of medicine will cure. Take
The County Exchanges
Ittas if Benenl Interest Selected troa tat Columns if Contenportrlis 2
a Kirl .n Friday morning, Oct. 11,1907. j
I'm f. I)-bolt. of Murdock. spent !
Siul nrl:i v sirwl Sstiruhtv w ith his old :
Krhofd friend. Mr. Host. j
Thomas Fulton and family left last j
Thursday week for an extended trip j
through the east. They will j?o to Mr. !
Fulton's old home in I'ensylvania and ,
Maryland. They expect to be gone
atxMit a month.
Asa McCulloujrh went to (Irady coun
ty. Oklahoma. Thursday, to look after
his real estate interests there. He has
purchased a half section of land in that
country but declares he has no intention
f leaving Cass county.
I5ruce Stone and Charley Hall re
turned from Oklahoma with their car
of goods last Saturday evening ami un
loaded them Monday. W e are tflad to
have them back in Cass county and
near Nehawka. Thev will farm the I
Hall farm south of town.
Guy Kirk patrick and bride came in
Friday from their wedding trip to Gal
veston and other Texas joints. Guy's
mother gave a family dinner, which
gave all the relatives an opportunity to
become acquainted with the second
daughter of the Kirkpatrick family.
The young aouple left Tuesday for
their home in St. Joe, Mo., where the
groom is general bookkeeper for the
A deal was made this (Wednesday)
morning whereby Morris Melrose be
comes owner of the barber shop. We
understand that he will fix up one part
of it and that he will put in a good res
taurant and lunch counter and that
John P. Kuhney will still manage the
tonsorial business. This will be good
news. Nehawka needs a good restaur
ant, and it needs to keep the best bar
ber that ever pulled a razor in Ne
hawka. Hard Times in Kansas
The old days of grasshoppers and
drouth are almost forgotten in the pros
perous Kansas of today; although a cit
izen of Codell, Earl Shamburg. has not
yet forgotten a hard time he encounter
ed. He says: 'I was worn out and
discouraged by caughing night and day
and could find no relief till I tried Dr.
King's New Discover'. It took less
than one bottle to completly cure me."
The safest ann most reliable cough and
cold cure ami lung and throat healer
ever discovered. Guaranteed by F. G.
Fricke and Co.. ding store. "c and
$1.00. Trial lottle free.
The Louis, ille sand stone quarry
been shut down for a few days.
Klutz Volk. ol Pierce county.
here th':; week with M. Tritsch
Untie Ge-Tge Schneman came up
from Ma'.tsrr.outii Wednesday for a few
days vii It ith
h:s o'd t:ne I oviville
Quite a nun,' cr of farmers in
vicinitv be;a:i eaihering corn
this i ,
-week. The c in is said to te sfiicient-
ly dry t be cribbed if spread out over j
; . ,
(Troui tli IlfirKii-r.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Frank
in c ,:.... j tje houskeeper of his own, one that will j
The Plarte Rie. Sand companv can'.,i. tu .f- i- I
scarcely tVA the r orders for sand by!
working a r.'ght and day shift. Th'j j
sand ::idw--trv has become one of the i
important industries of this place,
f --3 b rroa r- yt i
baking powder Makes
Food More Delicious and Whole
some No Alum No Phosphates
Care Must be Taken to Keep Alum
From the Food
Dr. AJonzo Clark i A substance
stomach should not be tolerated
Prof. S. W. Johnson, Yale
sand taken from the old bed of the
river bein of an excellent quality.
turn to Mr. and Mrs. Orin Amiek,
Sunday, Oct., 13, a boy. Also on Sunr
day Oct.. 13, a oy to Mr. and Mrs. G.
' L. Meisimrer.
County Commissioner, M. L. Friel-
rich was in town Thursday.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs.
Wednesday, Oct. 1, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carlson,
Oct. S, a boy.
i S. W. Hall recieved a letter from an
I aunt living in California, whom he
thought had been dead for twenty
years. She is past eighty years of
age and wrote to Postmaster Dorsey
inquiring if any of the Hell family lived
here. She also inquired of a brother
whom she had lost trace of and was in
formed that he was living in California
only a few miles from the town which
she had lived ki for years.
Quinsy, Sprains and Swellings Cured
"In November, 1901, I caught cold
and had the quinsy. My throat was
swollen so 1 could hardly breathe. I
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it
gave me relief ?n a short time. In twfi
days I was all right," says Mrs. L.
Cousins, Otterburn, Mich. Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm is a liniment and is
especially valuable for sprains andswel
lngs. For sale by F. G. Fricke &. Co..
and Plattsmouth Drug Co.
From the Leaser.
W. B. Banning left last Saturday
morning on a junket for pleasure and
business, taking in Lincoln, Wilber,
Tecumseh, Syracuse and intermediate
E. J. Mougey took another shipment
of his fat cattle to the South Omaha
market Tuesday evening, and Harry
Bird went with him to see the metrop
olis and make sure that Ed got back all
L. G. Larson, the Plattsmouth con
tractor who is building D. W. Foster's
new residence, has the work almost
completed, and it is expected that the !
plasterers will becrin their work next
week, j Wilcox, in Kearney county, Nebras-
Mrs. J. C. Watson, of Nebraska ; t,a, affords an example of what a town
City and Mrs. Samuel Kellogg, of can jo when it possesses a Commercial
Percival, Iowa, came Saturday to visit j ciUD cf tne rjght sort. The Wilcox
their mother, Mrs. E. S. Larsh, who j ciUD is an orginization that does things
has been quite ill at the home of her j for tne town in which it is situated, and
son, John Larsh, northeast of this J tne reSult is sure to be a city of con
village. t j siderable population and of large com-
C. II. Taylor who is taking the law j mercial achievements,
course in the State University, came in j Ata recent meeting of the Wilcox
last Friday for a two days visit at . ciUD the subjects discussed were: The
home. He is well pleased with the extension of a telephone line, the im-
j work, and we infer that he is making j
i splendid progress. .
I Harry Graves left last Saturday for
Seward to accept a permanent and pay- j
ing position on the Seward Independent,
He writes that he is greatly pleased Every subject discussed at the meet
visited : with that city, as well as his employer j ting related to the welfare of Wilcox;
i -j t-w I rrVioi" ficcrk.-MQfe anrl Iiiq manv i
! friends in this village are confident of .
his ability to "make good.
Mrs- Mont Robb and Grandma Robb ,
iuesua lrum .xunuin, mcic
1 T- 1 r V rll. ...1 I
! thev snent a few weeks with Mr. Robb i
who is f uperintendent of the asylum.
TKuv ,.-r.!;r. r.n th farm np9rW
, , , i nil l.
to keep house for Hugh Robb while he ;
is harvesting his corn crop.
1 like our friend Hugh could
more convenient by getting a nice lit
Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by Gering & Co., druggists.
A pure, Grape
cream of tartar
(alum) which can derange the
in baking powder.
College: "I regard their (alum and
soluble alumina salts) introduction into baking
powders as most dangerous to health."
Kroro the Leafier-Helm.
L. F. Langhorst went to Minneapolis
Minn., Sunday on a business trip.
We are glad to report that Mrs.
Minnie Stark is gradually improving.
Dr. Neely reports the birth of a
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Van
Akern, Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Dr. W. A. Alton and family expect
to return to Bayamon, Porto Rico, ,
about the middle of next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Meisinger drove
up from Plattsmouth Wednesday for a
few days visit at the home of their i
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Stoehr. i
J. W. Keefer, of Azusa, Cali., ar- ;
rived last week and will spend a couple ,
of months visiting relatives and his
many old friends in this vicinity.
Mrs. Miller was removed to her home
in Elmwood yesterday and stood the
trip fine. It is thought she . will get
along nicely, there being no internal
Jim McCartney and little son return
ed from Gyman, Oklahoma, Friday
evening and will husk his corn while
here. He reports Mrs. McCartney's
condition about the same.
Guy Ingwersen, of Havelock, and
Miss Lydia Creamer, of Elmwood were
married by County Judge Cosgrave at
Lincoln, Wednesday of this week. The
Leader-Echo extends congratulations.
The little son of Vern Wallen, aged
about five years, jumped from a load of
corn his father was putting in the crib
Tuesday evening, and sustained a com
pound fracture of the left arm, one of
the bones protruding a considerable
ways through the flesh.
Making a Live Town
provement of the roads leading into
town, the repair of the lighting plant
and the furnishing of suitable rooms to
be used jointly by the clubs of the
tn tVi H.-lrmmnf rrrvtVi sinrl lm-
provement of Wilcox. Jealousies were !
! not apparent: and the obvious belief of i
those who attended the meeting
V;ir... ...nr. Iw-totn,. nnA
uwi i.v ucaici anu nvn
portant than any man or faction init. i
of spirit that builds
tnwns Tfr is the snirit. that w hu d
better towns and cities in
a Z4-: xti 1...
and indirectly make a better state.
There are many communities within the
lines of commonwealth that ought to
catch step with Wilcox
Will Embark in Business.
Wade Miner departed this morning
for Davenport, this state, where he will
engage in business for himself, having
purchased a blacksmith and wagon shop.
Wade is a first-class workman and a
good boy, and with his pleasant dispo
sition and Stirling qualities of character,
coupled with his strict business integ
rity, we predict for him abundant suc
cess in his new field of labor. It is ex
pected that the remainder of the family
will also make their home at that place.
His mother has some property here
which she will dispose of before they
depart, which will not be for some time.
In their new home they will be followed
by the good wishes of their many friends
Who Was the Joke On?
Frank Lorenz came in last evening
from his trip to the Dakotas, where he
has been for the past week or ten days.
While away he visited at Pierre, Dead
wood and Huron. He brought some
samples of the produce from near
Pierre, and a potato, which we looked
at was indeed a fine specimen; of which
it is claimed they raiseabout 200 bushels
per acre, and corn from 10 to 40 bushels
with the production of wheat and flax
at from 4 to 20 bushels. Some of his
friedns thought he had gone to get mar
ried and last evening, before his return,
they appeared at his boarding place and
chuavred him. They are now trying to
figure out whether the joke is on him
for all your womanly ills. It can never do harm, and is certain to do good.
Mrs. Sallle H. Blair, of Johnson City, Tenn., writes: "I had suffered from womanly troubles for six
teen months, and had four doctors, but they could not help me, until I began to take Wine cf Cardul.
Now I think I am about welL" At all reliable druggists. In $1.00 bottles. Try It.
WRITE US A LETTER
PLENTY OF PROOF
From People You Know, From
The greatest skeptic can hardly fail ;
to be convinced in the face of evidence
like this. It is impossible to produce!
better proof of merit than the testi
mony of residents of Plattsmouth. of
people who can be seen at any time.
Read the following case of it:
Mrs. James Hodgert, living at 1102
Main street, Plattsmouth, says: "When '
I have backache Doan's Kidney Pills !
are the doctor. I first used this remedy
about two years ago and it brought me !
such quick and positive relief from
backache that I have always since de-
pended upon it in case of recurrence
and it has never failed to give most
' gratyifying results. Prior to using
I loan's Kidney Pills I suffered a great
j deal at times from a dull heavy pain in I
; the small of my back, especially so j
i when I stooped or brought any strain 1
! ii t c j-i i: rri r t. :
im Lilt; niubties ui tne lums. i ne iaiL :
that Doan's Kidney Pijls have saved !
me a great deal of suffering and have j
never once failed me, gives me cause j
to value them highly. My husband has i
also used them for pain in the back and I
found it true to its representations, j
We never mean to be without Doan's i
Kidney Pills on hand. I procured them j
at Gering & Co. 's drug store."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States- i
Remember the name Doan's and ;
take no other. j
Union Parties United.
Roscoe Coleman and Miss Leona Dot
Wiseman drove up to Plattsmouth Tues
day afternoon and went to the office of
Judge Travis with the request that he I
complete their lives of single blessed- j
ness and start them upon the matri
monial journey together. This the
Judge obligingly did, after which they
returned to Union and received the con- '
gratulations of their many friends. The
bride is a daughter of Mrs. A. Wise- 1
man of this village, and is one of our j
most popular young ladies, highly es- i
teemed by all who have formed her ac- ;
quaintance. Mr. Coleman, whose !
former home was at Diller, Neb., has
been here only a short time, but during
j that time he has become known as ai. j
j industrious young man whose character i
J and habits are above reproach. Union
Brought Joy With Him.
The stork made a visit at the home
of Joseph F. Hardroba, of Omaha, the
i aim jji eseiiLeu luc impyy i
couple a small boy, and not so small !
J.. 1 il 1 I
either, tor He tipped the beam
! pounds, and seemed very glad to be ac-
cepieu memoer oi ine uaruroua i.ome.
i Thp fathpranH mottipr wprp well nlpasprl
that he is making his home with them.
The joy even ran over the house of
Hardroba, and Grandpa John Janda, our
! street commissioner, is very happy for
J the last few days, and it bids fair to be
a Kind mat win not wear ort.
Will Buy an Engine
C. C. Wescott, H. M. Craig, tnd
Earl C. Wescott were passengers to
Omaha this morning on the Missouri
Pacific, where they will purchase an
engine for the private electric light
plant and for the running of the glove
factory. They have a gas engine
working at the place which has not
enough capacity for the work which is
expected of it, and they are compelled
to get one with more capacity.
Dr. Cook Improving.
O. H. Cook and his daughter, Mrs.
David E. Reeves, of Keokuk, Iowa, and
little son came in last evening and
visited over night at the home of their
son and brother, Dr. E. W. Cook. Mr.
Cook returned to Malvern, Iowa, this
evening where his wife is with two
other sons. The doctor is making im
provements every day now but will be
confined to his bed for some time yet.
His many friends will be pleased to sec
him out on the street again as soon as
Set the Dog on Him.
A Plattsmouth young man was visit
ing in a neighboring town not long ago
and seeing some nice postal cards, he
bought one he thought was a bird carry
ing a basket of flowers, which he sent
to his best girl. The next time he call
ed she set the dog on him. It has since
leaked out that the picture was one of
a stork with a baby in the basket.
Write today for a free copy of valuable (A-page Illustrated Book for Women. If you need Medical
Advice, describe your symptoms, stating ax, and reply will be sent In plain sealed envelope.
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You can huy on easy terms and you have the entire Kd
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JESSE PERRY, Proprietor. - s
They Make You Feel Good.
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamberlain's
Ston.ach and Liver Tablets, a:ui the
healthy condition of the body and mind
which they create makes one feel joy
ful. Price, 25 cents. Samples Free at
F. G: Fricke & Co., and Plattsmouth
A Iways First in Authentic Style Showings
our Bargain Offerings in Fashionable Fabrics
have certainly created a furore among buyers of Omaha and vicin
ity. Buying, as we did, before the great advance in fabric prices,
in large quantities and for cash, we are able to offer them to our
customers at prices as low as other merchants pay
for merchandise of like quality.
As specials this week we offer:
38 and 3S-iu. all wool Suitings, 51-in. Black Mohairs, worth $1. 69c
plain colors. 69c quality 39c $l.25German plaid I Suitl'g9,darlc 75c
54-in. Strictly all wool Suitings!. no
lUn Novelties. 81.01) erade... wo
39c Silk striped Ciiallirs 25c
50c neat, new, brigut plaids.
36-in. wide 2oc
$1.00 French plaids " c
il.50 Broadcloths. 54 in 9c
75c all wool Storm Serges.all col ;V.c
7 all wool Ilenriettas.all '-olor "i9c
25c double-fold D.inisii ciouis wiieiuywu ic
3j. in 19c 100 different Specials in this Dept.
Great Underwear Bargain Opportunities
Manufacturers Samples and Odd Lots of Strictly Hlffh
Grade Underwear on Sale this week, while they last, at
Half and less than Half Actual Value. rLever before
were such Underwear Bargain Opportunities Offered
Right at the Beginning of the Season. You can't afford
to miss them.
. . . ...
SEND FOR OUR SPECIAL
16th and nil A Vr W C r
1eil tne Co . ChaM.immg-i, Tenn.
Lost and Fonnd.
Lost, between 9:30 p. m., yesterday
and noon today, a bilious attack, with
nausea and sick headache. This loss was
occasioned by the finding at F. C.
Fricke & Co. drugstore a box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills, the guaranteed
cure for biliousness malaria and jaun
the variety and
beauty of this sea
son's offerings sur
pass those of any
Grown Jewel Suits
are again supreme
Jauntiest Styles, fines
materials and best tail
fered any vQaOO
place at -
Salef Sample Furs
is attracting throngs of
delighted buyers to this
department every day.
Hundreds of out - of
town customers are pro
fiting by theopportunity
ave from 20 to 33 l-3fJ
Purchase Price of the
r Coat or Scarf
i. rrencu pmiu iuu ntui:,
39c all wool Tricots
tl.'tO Lambs Wool, yard wide.
$1.00 Lambs Wool, yard wide.
60c Krinkledown, yard wide...
."0c Wool Eiderdown 3.
:19c Wool Eiderdown 2rc
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