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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1907)
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K. S. Iloback of I'lattsburjr, M., si
relative of Hen, William and John Ho
back, arrived h-re Tuesday for h few
Mrs. Amanda Welch of Seattle, Wash.,
was here this week, visiting Mrs.
Amanda Ileynolds and .1. T. Reynolds
Mrs. W. S. Dix and daughter, May,
departed yesterday for their new home
near Hancroft. where Mr. Dix went
several days a to take the household
James Carlisle anil wife and A. M.
Heath and wife, of Vaillisca, Iowa, ar
rived last Saturday for a visit with
Grandma Applegate and other rela
tives near this village.
Mrs. E. S. Duncan of Grand Island
vas here last Saturday for a short visit
with friends. This was her first visit
here since moving to Grand Island, and
her many Union friends were very clad
to meet her.
Ixuis Anderson is slowly recovering
from an attack of typhoid ferer that
has kept him in bed the past few weeks.
He is yet quite weak, but is now gradu
ally gaining strength, and it is hoped
he will soon be able to register in town.
J. M. Hodges and wife departed Sun
day for the Pacific coast with the inten
tion of making their home there, and J
their future atldress will be Turlock, j
Cal. They left many friends here who
wish them prosperity and happiness on
Hi Adams completed his business here '
Monday, and he and Pete G ruber, jr.,
left for Glencove, Wash. Mr. Adams
sold his Logan county ranch come time ;
ago, and he and his wife, who is already
in Washington, will spend the winter
months on the Pacific coast.
Stephen S. Orr of Sidney, Iowa, .came i
Tuesday to visit and attend to some ;
business atfairs. Mr. Orr was a resi
dent of this vicinity many years ago,
coming here in l.fl.", and remembers
many of the old settlers who were here
at that time. He remembers his first
employment here, making posts for
Joseph 11. Upton, sr., (long since de
ceased on the farm northwest r.f here.
We n7er O.ie Hundred Dollars Ileward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh cure.
K. J. CHKNEY fc CO, Toiciia, O.
We. the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years. and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able tc cr-rry out any obligations made
by his firm. '
V.'A! oix,;, KiN'NAN & MaKVKC,
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, (. ,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surface of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hail's Family Pills for constipa
from the Courier.
Mike Tritch has been "under the
weather" for the past two weeks suffer
ing with lumbago.
Ben Barker returned Monday evening ,
from a two weeks trip to Wyoming.
Ben went out to look up a location for
sawmill and believes he has found just t
what he wants. He expects to ship his
outfit in the early spring.
Mae DePuy dislocated the wrist of
her right arm Wednesday and fractured
the bone by falling from a swing on the
school grounds. A local physician re
duced the fracture and 'she is getting !
along nicely at the time of going to !
Miss Hulda Ragoss, " who has been
teaching a district school out near Mur
dock is home on a few weeks vacation.
On account of so many of the scholars
being kept home to assist in gathering
orn it was thought advisable to dis
miss school for a month.
The Bank of Commerce has recently
installed a new burgular and fire proof
safe of the latest pattern. It was manu- ;
factured by the Manganese Safe Com-'
The finest in the world
l (When ordering ask f or Dr. Price's by name, else
the grocer may forget the kind you are accustomed to.
troa tbi Columns if Contemporzrtes J
pany, of New York, and cost the neat
sum of $1210.00. It is cast in one piece
of the hardest steel and is of the double
time lock pattern and weighs l.r00
County Attorney Kawls was in Louis
ville -Wednesday moniing, having been
called by the village board for the
purpose of closing up Jno. L. Rums
who has been tilling the boys over the
dry season on a malt tonic. Mr. Hums
contended that his beverage is not in
toxicating, but does not desire to an
tagonize the village board and consent
ed to discontinue selling as soon as the
stock on hand was disposed of. From
now on nothing stronger than lemonade
will be permissible, and it must be made
from a lemon with a natural rind.
A Good Liniment
When you need a good reliable lini
ment try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
has no superior for pains and swellings.
A piece of flannel slightly dampened
with Pain Balm is superior to a plaster
for lame back or pains in the side or
chest. It also relieves rheumatic pains
and makes sleep and rest possible. For
sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Kroiu the L.eHaer-Kcho.
Mrs. Minnie Stark is improving right
Chas. Langhorst, of St. Mary's Ohio,
came here Friday for a visit with his
brothers, the Langhorst boys.
Dr. Munger reports the arrival of a
twelve pound boy at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Skyle Miller on Tuesday, Oct
H. P. Willcockson has purchased
the Woolcott farm of 240 acres, now
occupied by W. A. Rhoden. We did
not learn the price paid.
Dr. Munger and Dr. Neely operated
upon Mrs. Thimjahn a the hospital
Wednesday. The patient stood the
operation nicely, and is doing as well as
could be expected.
Dr. Neely reports the arrival of a
daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Kunz, on Sunday, October 27.
L. F. Langhorst has a force of car
penters at work tearing out a partition
i-i the opeia house store. Large iron
pillars will be put in to take the place
of the partition, anil will make a great
deal more room.
Wednesday of last week II. L. Gree
son sold the west 10 acres of the Win.
Willcockson farm to Fred and George
Kunz. Consideration $11,200.00. On
Thursday following he sold George's
half of the above farm to Mrs. Lona
Withstood Other Treatment But
Quickly Cured by Chemberlain's
"Last winter I caught a very severe :
cold which lingered for weeks," says
S. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Ontario. "My
cough was very dry and harsh. The j
local dealer recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and guaranteed it, so I
gave it a trial. One small bottle of it j
cured me. I believe Chamberlain's ,
Cough Remedy to be the best I have i
ever used." This remedy is for sale I
by F. G. Fricke & Co. i
Was Well Attended.
The Plattsmoth High School Athletic
association, which gave a supper last
evening at the Coates hall, was well
patronized and are well pleased with
the success that attended their efforts.
We are glad that the young people suc
ceeded as well in their enterprise, for
encouragement in this manner is an
incentive for them to put forth a little
greater effort in the contests, which it
will be theirs to meet.
This Is Worth Remembering.
As no one is immune, every person
should remember that Foley's Kidney
Cure will cure any case of kidney or
bladder trouble that is not beyond the
reach of medicine. F. G. Fricke & Co.
I have for sale a car of fine horses
at my place near Rock Bluffs, anytime
after Wednesday, Oct. 23. From 2 to 7
years old. Perry Marsh.
Switchman P. M. Lindsey of the Bur- j
ling, just at this time thinks life one
glad song, and the smile which he wears j
is evidence that there is a joy which is j
as a fountain springs into activity, upon :
the least provocation, for the smile i
breaks into a laugh seemingly upon the 1
slightest circumstance. We all know ;
ii c ..ii iu: i r!
mere is a reason lor an tunics, aim m
course there is for the especial good
n'jfni-n tr tKa nurt rf nnr frpniul f l-i Mr I
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Only yesterday morning there came the
tiniest little maid to his home wiih the
cutest little smile and sweetest little
voice, which announced its intention of
making its home with Father and
Mother Lindsey. With those who have
, . . . , , , i known as the rocky, anl the other a
ne here in the past to gladden the!,, it ' , , t
j i- j -r i the smooth way, we thought for th
2s of Mr. Lindsey and his good wife, I .. . .. J ,, A , ,
, , , -, j novelty of it, we would take the rock
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much sweeter than any glee club which
furnishes music for the gatherings of
the elite in our land.
We have secured the agency for
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new
laxative that makes, the liver lively,
purifies the breath, cures headache and
regulates the digestive organs. Cures j lighted by electricity. It was well that
chronic constipation. Ask us about it. j we were required to wear our gymna
F. G. Fricke & Co. j sium suits, for it would have been much
Several Reasons Why the Local
Papers Should Be Better
It is the local press that serves you
in every emergency. There's where
you go when in trouble. It is there you
go for all manner of help. If you want
to boom any manufacturing enterprise,
any railroad project, for the develop
ment of your town, of your lodge, to
increase your influence, or if your lodge
desires to add to its membership or to
erect a new hall or in any way advance
its interests, the local press is immedi
ately appealed to for help. So it is
with our churches. If it is a panic or a
festival, a new carpet or an organ, the
local press is found to be useful in fur
thering every good object. If a raid is
to be made on sin by the ambassadors !
of Christ the conimns of the local paper
are used freely and gratuitously in ad- j
vertising the revival or protracted meet-j
ing. The candidates and politicians find j
also the importance of the local press. '
Clearly there are many reasons why
the local press should be cultivated.
Yet spite of these facts the people most
interested in the local paper are some
times the last to give it their support
and are frequently known to take sev
eral mstropolitan papers and shut out
their local paper altogether. If there
is anything in the argument about the
advantages of home trade, surely it
makes a strong appeal on behalf of the
local press, because the money for the
labor is always expended where the
paper is printed, and if paid out with
one hand for subscription, advertising
or job printing, it comes into the other
hand and thus remains with you. Or
if by any means you freeze out your
local paper and leave yourself at the
mercy of the foreign, you would find
out more fully than words or arguments
could explain why the local paper should
English Spavin Liniment removes
Hard. Soft, or Calloused Lumps and
Blemishes from horses; also Blood
Spavins, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney, Ring
Bone, Stifles, Sprains, Swollen Throats,
Coughs, etc. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. A wonderful Blemish Cure.
Sold by Gering & Co., druggists.
A Well Deserved Promotion.
Walter T. Speck departed last even
ing on the late Burlington train for Lin
coln where he will go into the pool of
the train service men, as brakeman,
with the expectation of being "set up"
as conductor in a short time. The in
creased business is making it necessary
to have more conductors. Arthur Cris
man has recently been promoted to con
ductor, and is running out of Linclon.
A Methodist Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
We have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in our home for seven years,
and it has always proved to be a relia
ble remedy. We have found that it
would do more than the manufacturers
claim for it. It is especially good for
croup and whooping cough.
Rev. James A. Lewis,
Pastor Milaca, Minn., M. E. Church.
Chamberlain's Cough Medicine is sold
by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Women's troubles throv a cloud over their lives, which neglect may cause to become permanent
Make yours Into a passing shadow by taking a medicine that acts directly on your womanly organs, the dis
order of which has caused your womanly troubles. The right remedy (or you, when you havo headache,
backache, nervous spells, dragging pains. Irregular functions etc.. Is ,
Win of Cardtaii
Mrs. R. H. Lawson, of Sprott, Ala,, writes: I suffered with female troubles for 12 years; tried 4
doctors; they did no good, so I took Wine of Cardul. I have taken 18 bottles,'feel greatly relieved and am
better than In 20 years." Sold by all reliable druggists. In $1.00 bottles. Try It
flfniTPE flC A I CTTCD Write today for a free conv of valuable 64-paire Illustrated Book for Women. If you need Medical
IVKl I I IJ 1 A LEI 1 CK Advice, describe vour Mmptoms. statin age. and reply be sent lin rl.iin senled envelope.
Address: Ladies AJvisory XJept.. I tte Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, lenn.
A NIGHT IN
Misses Emma and Elizabeth
Visit the Great Cave.
J. P. Faltor and wife yesterday re-
i ceived a letter from their daughters,
! Misses Emma and Elizabeth, who are
i attending school at Bowling Green, Kv
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in whieh they write of a trip they made
through the Mammoth Cave, a fev.- .
days since. Of it they say: "We started
at six o'clock in the evening, and as
there were two routes to travel, one
: novelty oi it, we would take the rocky
route. After travelincr about a quarter
of a mile we came to the hill, which is
a very rough road, being at an angle of
almost 45 degrees, and one had to cling
to the 'rocks in order to make the as
cent, while the road was very narrow,
and by looking over the bluffs one could
see the river far below, as the cave was
, more of a severe task to have climbed
in ladies ordinary wearing apparel.
j After having passed over this hill, or
in reality a small mountain, we came to
J the river at the foot of the hill and
were taken over in a boat. From here
I we continued farther into the heart of
: the mountain in which the cave is
located. We finally, after miles ot
travel, came to the house which has
been built there, and had lunch ; after
which we took a boat ride on the under
ground lake, which is also well lighted
by electricity. This lake is a wonderful
place, as it extends for miles, and is in
some places as much as a quarter of a
mile wide, while in other places it is
not over a hundred feet. On our re
turn we took the shorter route, and as
it had gotten late we were desirous oi"
returning a quicker way. Was 12 o'clock
(midnight) when we were on the lake,
and when we arrived at the entrancs to
the cave on our return it was almost
morning again. We thus had spent
nearly the entire night in the under-
ground cavern. We had no idea that it
was so strenuous a trip to pass over
the rocky road, the smooth way is the
one usually taken by most travelers.!
The experience, though, is worth tiie
trip, for the once."
INGS AT THE NEWS
Which Vill Land Some Pariiss
Behind the Bars If Ap
prehended This is November the first, and is
conclusive evidence that Hollowe'en
has come and gone, it came in like a
lion, and we would not be surprised but
that it would require a good bit of lying
to get out of many of the scrapes which
some are liable to get into.
On the streets we noticed only a few
freaks were committed one was the
tearing down of the fence at the
Catholic parsonage, the changing of
the sign of Ptak & Bajeck to Pepper
berg's place, and the ringing of the
Second ward school bell. At the News
office a good deal of malicious mischief
was done, which if found out, would be
liable to place someone benind the bars.
The large press on which they print
their paper was dismantled, and will
take a machinist to restore it as before.
The cases were changed, a piece broken
out of one of the imposing stones,
while shooting sticks mallets and quoins
were carried away. Some one has
facetiously asked why the shooting
sticks should be taken, since the hunt
ing season is over and wondered if the
quoins were to be used to relieve the '
stringency of the financial situation. I
The News had to borrow composing j
sticks of this office in order to set type I
today theirs being gone. j
He Raced With Train.
H. L. Hargraves, brakeman on No.
29 and 30, made a record breaking run
Tuesday morning, when No. 30, coming
east, went into the ditch at Havelock,
and were on No. 5, the Denver passen
ger's time. In order to avert danger
of a collision, the passenger had to be
flagged, and to do this, Hargraves had
to make a run of a mile in order to get
the train stopped, which it is claimed he
made at a record-breaking pace.
The Ssnallpox at Mynard.
Some complaints have been made by
some of the people at Mynard who have
had the smallpox for some supposed
criticism regarding the observance of
the quarantine. In the case of Robert
Propst, it is ciaimed that, hestayed with
his son. Thayer, until ordered to leave
the place by the attending physician.
The people who were disatisfied re
garding th j nr.tter made complaint to
the state physicitn, who came to this
city, and in company with Commiss'oner
Fredrich went out to Mynard and pass
ed upon the cases, releasing Robert
Propst and saying that Thayer had a
firenuine case of smallpox. We understand
Thayer is about over the disease at this
Removes His Law Office.
D. O. Dvvyer has about gotten his
new apartments arranged in Iv's own
building, where he is nicely located with
his law office, and where he will he
pleased to see his old friends and clients.
In the new place he will be better pre
pared to care for his patronage than
ever before, having more room for his
increasing library, and for the persuing
of h;s work than he has had in the
A Hard Debt Tc Pay
"I owe a dept of gratitude that can
never be paid off, " writes G. S. Clark,
! of West field. Iowa, "for my rescue
from death, by Dr. King's New Dis
covery. Both lungs weie so s-eriously
affected that death seemed immine nt,
when I commenced taking Xew Dis
covery. The ominous dry, hacking
cough quit before the first bottle was
u?ed, and two more bottles made a com
plete cure.-"' Nothing has ever equaled
New Discovery for coughs, colds ;u:d all
throat and lung complaints. Jur.rstnteed
by F. G. Fricke & Co., druggist, "-.
$1,0). Trial bottle flee.
: I Sbsat Ssie of Rqq&i Size Hues I
n $:i yfe T,1E Bmwic smE '
I lfS The Balance of This
1 1J' and All of Next Week J
i mimM:mmmXi manufacturers
I II 25';J, to 3.V-3
Read these prices, come in and see the magnificent selection
we offer, compare them with offerings elsewhere if you wish; it
will convince you that Hayden's is the place of all places to pur
chase your rugs.
$70 French Wilton Rugs, sixe xl2.
$50 Royal Wilton Rugs, size 0x12.
$35 Seamless Wilton Rugs, size
9x12. special $25.00
$25 Wilton Velvet Rugs, size 9x12.
$35 Body Brussels Rugs, size 9x12
$30 Body Brussels Rugs, size
8-3x10 6, special $23.50
$35 Bigelow's' Electra Rups. size
9x12. special .$2.00
$30 Bigelow's Electra Rugs, size
8-3x10-6, special $25.00
$30 Sanford Axminster Rugs siz
9x12, special $24 .CO
$27 Sanfotd Axminster Rugs. siz
8-3x10-6. special $21 00
$18 Palasade Brussels Rugs, size
9x12. special ili.'JH
Special Voo! Dress Goods Bargains
500 pieces of Priestley's, Lupin s, Frederick Arno'd's, Sir Titus Salt?, Rip
ley's and Ecroid's Broadcloths. Panamas, Voiles Fancies, Silk Warp,
Henriettas and other fine goods, rangiog in price from $1 00 to $1.25 a yard,
any goods at these prices, in black, will go at, per yard. C0c
Any goods ranging in prices from St. CO to $1.39. in colors, including all kind
of fine dress goods, will go at. per yard ;)c
All blacks and colors ranging in prices from fl.SO to $2.-0O. will go at. per
Any black and colored goods ranging in prices from $2.50 to $3 00. will gn at.
per yaid $1.(9
All blacks and colors ranging in prices from $3.50 to $5 00. will go at. per
Bearskins All Bearcloth. Astrakhans. Caraculf and Drap de Leopard will go
at exactly half the market price.
Snd for Samples and Catalogues
Returns from Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Troop, who
have been living in Gregory, S. I).,
during the past summer, on their farm
there, returned home this evening and
will make their home at their place
'south of the city, which thev have had
jrt-iiled to Joseph Peters, Mr. Peters
! having built a place in the city, and will
j occupy it soon, moving then? the first
; of next week. Mr. Troop thinks that
! the; country where he has been living
' one of the finest farming districts to be
found. Grains of all kinds grow in
abundance, though the; seasons are a
little short for the full maturing of the
larger varieties of corn. They grow a
kind which yields a good crop and ma
tures in time to get out of the way of
A Delightful Afternoon.
Mrs. John A. Schuloff entertained
yesterday afternoon at her pleasant
I home on Wintersteen hill, at a kensing
j ton in honor of Mrs. Ki. S. Parker of
i Plainview, Neb. The principal feature
! of the afternoon was, an elegant two
i course luncheon, the decorations were
i chrysanthums. Those to enjoy the de
j lightful occasion were: Mesdames W.
j C. Tippens, J. M. Leyda, Wm. Schmidt
i man, C. K. Duke, Mrs. Rax tor Smith,
I Mrs. Hite.
j He Fought at Gettysburg.
! David Parker, of Fayette, N. V., who
j lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes: "Elee
I trie Hitters have done me more good
j than any medicine I ever took. For sever
1 al years I had stomach trouble;, and paid
out much money for medicine to little
, purpose, until I began taking Electric
; Hitters. I would not take $.",00 for what
they have done for me." Grand tonic
I for the aged and for female weakness.
J Great alterative and body builder; sun;
I cure for lame back and week kidneys,
i Guaranteed by V. G. Fricke druggist.
of the very best
shown in this
sale at from
less than prices
where. $15 Palaade Brussels Rugs, size
8-3x10-6, special .$11.25
$12 50 Palasade Brussels Rugs, sixe
6x9. special $S.0H
$13 Brussels Rugs (with miter), size
9x12, special $0.50
$10 Pro. Brussels Rugs, size 9x12.
good patterns at $7.50
$15 High Spire Brussels Rugs, size
9x11, special $11.75
$13 Kashmir Rugs, colors all guar
anteed, no wrong side, size 9x12,
special $0 ,4H
$8 Kashmir Rugs, size 6x9, on spe
cial sale, at $5.75
$5 Imported Smyrna Rugs, guaran
teed all wool, 30x60 size, on sale
while they last, at $2.J)S
Oil Opaque Window Shades, best
quality, 7 feet 1 i g, at 45e
No-Piece Curtain Stretchers, 6 feet
by 12 ftet, sale price 08c
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