The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, February 27, 1908, Image 3
Classified Advertisements TAC ncrt-H ml joining rlty. m-iirly all liottoiii html iionvi r llnw. I'alr Improvi-fiii-nl. JimmI tt-rms Ht 5 m r cent. Surely it liarxaiii. I.VIH iMtin fiv W.ll. Sltnonloii. Fort Scott. KailtU. It4 Cor Sulr i Im ;ip - Fine r:iiK'li. aT-s ' !. ,4o urrt-H li-usi-il. (XJ ncre himIit plow, siinwilli. ria-li ll:ii-k loam. .-ill fsirm liiml.i-aii In.' ii -.! n riim li or until)' Inlo farms. I'lm- Im provement. Seven miles to ruilroiiil For jctri I'-u I :i r Inquire of owner. S. II. Johnson llolyokc. Coir:ilo. .'ill IV in lile your money iiul k ly In veM Inn In a " farm or r.ur li In tin- famous Klklion, al ley. Kreiit hay. stiM-k ami dairy coiiutry. Meal i llrnatf. (lowing wells. ko1 I m proved land W In f H) pi r arn-. unimproved land elieaper. easy termr. I have a few choice liarKains. Write toilay for my list. I ran make you some money. V. I.. Ixiwe. Atkinson. Neh. 014 Fur Sale - lood sUxk and Kraln farms In An dersoii county. Kan. J ft) to iht acre I or description and price write and give, sle, of farm wanted. J. K. Calvert. iarnett.Kas. !tt Cor Sale - Tine 3"J0 acre farmK liixsliury coun- I ty ; 4 miles to j?oxl huslness town, railway Junction; churclies, graded si-liool. elevators. mill. L' 1 acres plowed, fences, k rove, deep Mack .soil, diagram furnished on request. Ad dress Hank of Dcsnict, Desniet. S. 1. Ite; ti lia rnw ft if t 1 1 In t I Yj 14 flf ioll n l.r V 1 South Missouri. Cannot In; excelled for vrain. tcrass and fruit, water and climate flue Two main line railroads. Write Investors Ilealty Co.. Howard Crawford. Mj?r.of l.iinds. Aurora. Missouri. it 4 OA ft acres three and one-half miles from Co.ad. Neb. VJO fall wheat, all level Small improvement, all in cultivation. 15 acres In alfalfa, price 11.000 . 640 acre sJ. 00 level, fenced, one-half In cultivation. miles to town. Smith Slade. Co.ad. Neh. 514 Central Kansas land, alfalfa, whcat.com and pasture lauds. 10 to git) per acre. Write me what you want and where you want It and I will do the rest. N. J. Davison. l,lnco)n. K:is llox i:w. 514 Notice We have farms of all descriptions for sale iu largo or small tracts, the richest Mill and the purest water. Write for full in formation. II. A. (ilosoii -V Co.. Akron, Col. 5t4 Bargains in alfalfa, corn and wheat lands In Ottawa county. Kits. Solomon Valley land the best. Let us know what you want, we Have it. A. K. Uobinson, M inneaiolis. Ks. Ml Stock Kaiichcs-3J0 acres Improved ranch. 200 acres in cultivation. I'lenty of water for stock and irrigation. Open Kane for stock. price jl I.M 0. MM cash, balance 10 years at 6 per cent Inst, tiki acres deeded land. "J0U0 acres lease joins open ramie. This place will feed :n heed of cattle. Trice fHi-ViH asy terms. LV.i'i acres tleeded lard ihkI Improvements. This is a snap lit $li per acre. 00 other har- iraiii'i in largo and small ranches. Write us. Sheridan Keal Kstate Co.. Sheridan. Wyo. 5t4 C ifest bank Is ir.O acres heat ami corn in Kuril count V. Kansas, that pnxiuces bushels win at and M bushels com on 10 to .V lands, no safer, licttcr paying investment. l'ih! dim ite. soil and water, l'rices advanc ing --description and price list furnished on application. Co-opt rat ion solicited. Satis faction guaranteed, personal resionsibility -s.,.t! Hj I,. painter .V Co.. limine City. Ks. 5t4 D.mUc County Tor list of land for sale in IkmI'c county: business and residence property in Fremont, with larc inaiiufactur iuK and jobbing interests, good schools, good everything, write Kichards. Keene ."t Co. Fremont. Ncl. ."it4 B efore buying or selling a farm or any prop erty, read Jlunson s Keal restate Journal. Wayne. Neb. Sample copy 10c. one year 51. 5t4 Vuu should know alxiut Oklahoma farms. In formation free. tieo. h. Marsh. Arapaho. Ukla. ot4 Ufest Texas lands near "Orient" railway sur- " vey. buy before prices advance, two to live 'dollars pep acre, easy terms, ideal climate. tine chance for investment. Box 111. Fort .Stocton. Texas. 5t4 Lots of South l'latte people are buying lands in Antelope county. Nebraska. Why? Ke en use our crops never fail, we have no hot winds, no drouth, plenty of rain, grass, corn, -oats, alfalfa, good land land as the South l'latte for half the money. Write today for "red folder." it tells something worth know ing. tJttaranty Title & Trust Co.. Xeligli. Nelr ft4 ftvid. Col. Coming sugor city, in the heart of v J ulesburg irrigation district, on raliroau, just platted, over 30 lots sold lias store, post office, lunilier yard, smith shop, hotel. Lots for sale 30 to flOO. U cash. Morgan Invest ment Co.. Fort Morgan. Col. 3t4 Wanted t.ood industrious men to co-operate with us in selling central Kansas land. Mollohan Land Co.. Peabody. Ks. 5t4 Central Kansas Wheat Farms offer an abso lutely safe investment. Lands in liusli county range in price from 515 to 535 an acre owing to location and improvements. Here are some snaps: 320 acres all in wlieat.no buildings, clone to Co. seat. 59.000. ItM) acres all under cultivation, no buildings. 54.000 : 500 acre Ivottom farm, good improvements. 530 per acre. 90 acres in wheat all Included. Have been located here tweuty years and will put you next to the best bargains in the county Write for list. Reference if desired. Jas. H. Little. The Kush Co. I .and Man. Lacrosse. Kans. 5t4 Cf acres fine black soil, ninety acres Dv smooth sixty acres In cultivation.school house on land, goixl roads. 8 miles to county seat. 510. easy terms. Write for list. Ii. .1. Alexander. Stockville. Neb. 5t4 dnflM lalf cash, balance time, buys HW v. IUUU :u.res eautiful level unimproved wheat land in Kearney county. Kus.. located in German settlement close to school aud mail route. C. A. lAiucks (Owner). I. akin. Kans. at 4 Quarter .section 4 miles from Page, hundred acres under cultivation, grove, house, barn, granary. well and windmill. 530 per acre l000cash. Address owner. Ijx-k Box 3. Plain view. Neb. 't4 Surpassingly rich lands In the rain belt that yield rental of 25 per cent and rapidly double In value. Climate ideal, summers cooler than in Nebraska. Taxes low. Both rail and water transportation. Kapidly set tling up. Klce. sugar, hemp, ramie tobacco, corn, alfalfa, clover.wheat. oats, cotton.fruit. vegetables, chufas, live stock, poultry, bees, etc For desbriptive price lists and most in teresting and Instructive literature you ever read, write today. Southwestern Itnd Iievelopnient Co.. 7u Bay City. Texas. fH finn Acres of wheat now growing In OU(UUU Lane county, situated In the west ern half of Kansas. Land fT.50 to . Cor respondence solicited. . 7t4 E. E. Ewlng. Dighton. Kansas. Mr. Investor Mr. Kenter. Why not buy a Colorado Home in Washington county? Where farms produce twice as much with half the Litlmr and Land istheap Chance of your life to get a good home where one crop will pay for it. lo It now. Take the Burling ton Route to Akron. Colorado, where we have choice level lands for sale, that will produce w heat, corn, alfalfa, barley and all kinds of binall grain and live slock. F.xcursloiis first and third Tuesdays of each month. Hopkins Keal Kstate & Ixan Co.. '. 1 1 A k roll, Colorado. Ifid Arr,'H ninlcr prTioscd ditch. 40 acres now in wheat. I mile from freight switch 20 miles of Denve r. Fenced. 52.5CO.00 buys It. Half cash, other land bargains. IH4 H. F. Palmer. Bennett. Colo. To the Hoiueseeker and Land Investor: Your name and address will bring you by re turn mail our late special real estate chart, showing beautiful panoramic view of Colby (county seat of Thomas county, Kansas) also photographs of steam plow and improved farms, with fvll description, prices and terms. The greatest bargains anil most beautiful lay Ing productive land on earth. Wheat has yielded 5f bushels per acre. Present acreage per capita Is forty -two acr"s. Present con dition of crop Is 100 per cent. Write us today. One cent stamp will lead you to happy home and fortune. John Ackard & Sou. Keal Kstate and lans, Colby. Kansas. 7t4 The next 60 days will offer 4000 acres good clay land as in this state, in tracts to suit, for $20 per acre. Five years time. I m proved farms accordingly. Write A. M, Tempi In. Palmer. Neb. 7t4 A Bargain: 20 acre Improved farm in the corn belt; 4 miles to good It, K. town; 2 miles to one Catholic and one Protestant church. $ri() mt acre. Write Burdette V. Gill. Chillicothe, Mo. 7t4 For Sale A section of good tillable land In Lincoln county. Nebraska. forSH per acre. Twelve hundred dollars can stand on land. Address. Jay M. Itlley. Iawrence, Neb. 10t4 Send for Bulletin containing over 100 well im proved farms 25 to 75 miles to SU i'aul. Minnesota. Biggest bargain list out. Located In great dairy district. K. Akerson. Htl Linstrun. Minn. Bargains in Nebraska Kanches Come out and see what I have. 1 am sure you will flt.il something that will suit you. This is a line stock and dairy country, rich, black, sandy loam soil, in the valleys. I can locate you on 840 acres homestead. My charges are reasonable. If you are renting, w hy not build up a home of your own. Write for full Infor mation to J. C. Berina. Whitman. Neb. 10t4 len Acre farm one mile east of Darr. Neb.. IOU which is a town on the main line of the I'll ion Pacific, in Dawson county. Nebraska, with a good 3 room house, barn for six horses, well. etc. so acres under plow. Including 25 acres of alfalfa, meadow. HO acres in wild grass, which Is all good land and as level as a floor, there Is 30 acres of fall wheat on farm which goes with the sale. There is no sand on this farm, all good hard soil. The price on this farm until a week ago was5ti.000 but the owner has planned to go to the Pacific coast this spring, and tells us to cut it loose at 5I.S00. There Is 51.000 mortgage on the farm which can be carried or paid oil'. Land unimproved adjacent to this is listed at 550.00 per acre. Come ami look at this and we will convince you that this is worth the money. Possession given March 1st. l'.KiS. The. I. L. Mil. hell Keal Kstate Co. Iit2 Lexington. Neb. Rvipture Cured IN ONE TREATMENT, $25 OO by the latest and most scientific met hod known. No injection of jKiison: no loss of time: no hos pital: no pain, no knife: no truss. Thousands cured. Our patients after taking treatment, have successfully passed the most severe and trying tests. Come to us ami lie a new man again. Call for consultation or write for booklet. THE GERMAN SPECIALISTS. 532 Broadway. - - Council Bluffs, la Farms for Sale. Farm for sale In South Dakota 160 acres in Hand county in cultivation. A snap 20 dollars per acres. Adress Ad. van Hoorebecke, Box 352, Omaha, Neb. The Wonderful Big Horn TO RENTERS: I have a selected list of irrigated farms in the Basin for rent; why not rent for a year or two and learn the profits from irrigated farming in the Basin, and become acquaint ed with the climate and desirability of settling in that region? We also help you homestead irrigated lands, or to buy them at prices that will make your money. Millions of dol lars are now being spent irrigating Basin lands. Homeseekers excur sions first and third Tuesdays of 1908. Write D. Clem Deaver, Gen eral Agent, Landseekers' Informa tion Bureau, Omaha. WINTER EXCURSIONS: Homeseekers' excursions first and third Tuesdays to Colorado, Wyom ing, Big Horn Basin, Northwest, Southwest and South; Winter Tour ist Rates daily to Florida, the Gulf Country, the South and Southern California. Ask Agent, or the un dersigned for rates and details. W. L. NCXETT, TICKET ASEHT. rUTTSMOUIi IEI L. . VIKELET, 9. 1. 1. aka. iipl Legal Notice I In the District County of I "ass County, Ne- britska. Lucy May Fuller Plaintiff Vs W illiam II. Fuller Defendant To William II. Fuller lioil-icsiilenl itefeliil nut: N oit are hereby notitieil that on the 24th day of February. I'.iO. Lucy May Fuller Hied a ix tllioii atrainsl you in the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska, the object and prayer of which are to obtain a divorce finni you on the ground of extreme cruelty null failure to supiMirt and maintain plaintiff, and ti lie re stored to her inalileu name. You are required to answer said lictitlon on or lie fine Monday the 13th lay of April I'.ms. Lucy May Fuller. By A. N. Sullivan. her Attorney. Referees Sale. In Idstrlct Court of Cass County, Nebraska. Not Ice Is hereby given that on the 1st day of April, l'jw. at the hour of ten o'clock a. in., at the front door of the court house, in the city of Plattsmouth, In Cass county, Nebraska, the undersigned Keferees will sell to t he highest bidder at public sale for cash the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: The West Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section (Is). Township (10). Kange (IJ). and all of that part of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section (lit). Township (10). Kange (IS), lying east of the right of way tif the Missouri Pacific Kail road Company, through said Northeast Quarterof the North west Quarter aforesaid, situate In Cass county, Nebraska. Said sale having lieen ordered by the district court of Cass county, Nebraska. In a suit wherein Henry West lake, .lobn West lake, and Fred Westlake are plaintiffs, and Samuel Westlake. Hannah Heehner. and (Jeorge Westlake. et are defendants. Terms of sale will lie cash and sale will be kept oim-ii at least one hour. A msdell Sheldon William C. Wollen II. i. Wellensiek. lot." Keferees. Notice of Sale Under Chattel Mortgage Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a chattel mortgage, dated on the istli day of June. I A rr. and duly filed in the ottice of the county clerk of Cass county, Nebraska, on the isth day of Jtine.lM)7. and executed by William II. Lair to A. S. Will to secure the payment of Two Hundred Eighty-One and tiM-100 (issi.iis) Hollars, and uimn which there Is now due the sum of Two Hundred Ninety-Six and t7-KH) (J".lii.7 Hollars. Hefault having lieen made in the payment of said sum, and no suit or other proceedings at law having lieen insti tuted to recoversaid debt or any part thert-of, therefore I will sell the property therein de scriiied. tt-wit: One Iron gray mare, aliout seven years old. weight aliout 1.0(H) iiounds. named "Dolly" and known as"Warga" mare and branded "Q" on right side of neck and 74 on right hip: One iron gray horse aliout eight years old. weight aliout I l'i jiounds. named "Ned" and known as "Long" horse, and branded "Q" on left shoulder, and partially 1'lind in left eye: also one top buggy wit Ii red running gears and one double set buggy harness, at public auction at comer Main aud Fourth streets In the City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska, on the 21st day of March, at two o'clock P. M .. of said day. A. S. Wn.u Mort gagee. Will Sell Many Fine Cattle. R. E. Countryman & Sons will hold their sale of fine Herefords Saturday, February 20th, as advertised in this is sue. Be sure and read the notice in this issue and attend the sale if you are in the business of raising or selling fine stock. The sale will be by auction and will cantain a large number of very fine cattle. The Plattsmouth Telephone Company has nearly 200 stockholders, all well pleased with the stock and many of them buying more. Willie Ofe who has been so sick for some days past is reported as slightly improved and is hoped will soon be able to be up again. Mrs. Chas. Neligh, after an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. York, departed for her home at Wisner, this state, today. Herman Kleitsch, after looking after some business matters in the city last evening and this morning, departed for Omaha on the early Burlington train. Henry Kurtz, wife and child departed for their home at Lincoln this after noon, after having been in the city at tending the funeral of his brother. Frank Hawksworth, came in last even ing on the late Burlington train and vis ited, with his parents over night and this morning, returning home today. W. A. Laughlin, of Greenwood, was a business visitor in the city this morn ing, having some business at the court house, returning home on the fast mail Miss Grace Gilbert and Mrs. Jacob Gustie departed this afternoon for Oma ha, their home, having been in the city attending the funeral of John J. Kurtz Frank Kroehler, of Havelock was i visitor in the city yesterday evening, being in attendance at the funeral and looking after some business in the city Lip Punctured By Nail Last evening while unloading some express from train number two of the Burlington, Harry Pein, an employe at the station received a peculiar accident, in which a nail punctured his upper lip, just below his nose. He was as sisting in unloading a box, it being re moved from the car to the truck, there being a loose board, which when the box struck the truck in its decent, was thrown up by the jar, the nail striking Harry on the hp going through the hp, and striking the bone beneath. The wound while small and presents but small evidence of injury from the out side, is a very sore one. Grandpa Wynn Feeling Better Wm. Wynn sr. is feeling much bet ter during the last few days, and is so he can sit up and be around the house, but is not so he can be out yet. With the return of warn pleasant weather it is hoped he will be so he can be down town again in a few days. WANTED A represeotative in this county by a large real estate corporation Special inducements to those who wish to become financially inter ested. The Real Estate -Security Co., Fort Detrborn Building, CMcigo, Illinois; Mvird ock- (Hy (i. A. els.) PKODCCK MAKKKI Corrected weekly by Martin V TV)', wlin pay the. highest prices for pnduci and guarantee satisfaction: Butter m- Kggs ls; Hens so Springs TC Cream , Itiw Cattle tZ.M) to&;.iu Hog SL7." U It A IN MAICKKTS. Corn 47c Wheat nic Oats 4c Rock Island Timk Tablk Murdock Station. WKST ItOUND. No. 85, local freight 8:.'J0a. m. No . mail 2:M) p. nr No. 37, mail 5:53 p. m. No does not stop for passegers east of Denver. KAST BOUND No. 94, freight 12:30 a. m. No. 18, Local 12:30 p. m. No. 6, mail 3:00 p. m. No. 86, local freight 11:95 p. m. No. G does not stop lor passe d per s west of DesMcins Esco Ridgeway of Lincoln, visited his father here several days of last week. Roger Brothers of this place shipped a carload of hogs to South Omaha Mon day. .John Ridgeway visited in Omaha Monday. Wm. and Herman Luetchens shipped a car of hogs to South Omaha Monday. The Misses Anna Goehry and Katie Amgwert visited in Lincoln Monday. W. O. Schewe transacted business in Omaha Monday. The section foreman had five extra men last week to help shovel snow. Mat Thimgan and family returned on Wednesday of last week from an ex tended visit in Colorado and other western points of interest. Mrs. II. Westlake is visiting relatives in Lincoln at present. Wm. Heineman and wife departed for South Dakota Thursday, where they expect to make their future home. A couple of our citizens got into an argument Friday evening, and judging from the looks of one of the parties eyes, he must have been sandbagged, for he is now wearing one of those hood winks that won't come ofi". Aug. Roseno is now assisting Emil Kuehn in the local tonsorial parlors. The box social given at the Pawnee school house Friday evenig was a suc cess. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Gillespie trans acted business in Omaha Friday. Quite a number of our young folks at tended the dance at Elmwood Friday night. The following parties visited at South Bend Monday: Chas. Rager, Ole Carr, Chas. Long and Merle McDonald. Wm. Bourke shipped a car of stock from this place to South Omaha Tues day. Members of the Elmwood High school are figuring on giving one of their home talent plays in the M. W. A. hall at this place in the near future. Union From the Ledger. E. M. Smith left on Wednesday night for Independence, Mo., for the Durnose of buying some more fine thoroughbred hogs to add to his al ready excellent herd. Matt McQuinn went to Omaha Wed nesday evening to see his wife, who is being treated in one of the hospitals, and reports that she is getting along remarkably well. Henry Sands, who resides near Mur ray, returned last Friday from Milford, where he had spent a few weeks in a hospital recovering from the effects of an operation that had been performed for appendicitis. J. L. Wilcox, who recently located on the Lamcaster farm just north of town, was one the happiest of people Saturday, because his wife arrived from Tecumseh to join him in their new home bringing also a fine little son, born Jan. 18. Mrs. Wilcox's sister, Miss Madge Robb, of Tecumseh, came with her to make an extended visit. David Slagle went to Lincoln on the Sunday evening train to visit his wife, who has been in the asylum the past few months. He thinks he will secure employment in Lincoln and remain there until his wife is discharged from the asylum, which he hopes will be in the uear future, as she is reported to be improving in mind and general health. We have received news of the death of one of our boyhood friends, Melvin Case, (familiarly known as Hun Case) whose death occurred Feb. 10, at White Salmon, Wash., but no further particulars have been received. A num ber of years ago" his home was near Rock Bluffs and he with his mother and brothers resided there many years, un til about fifteen years ago when they moved to the Pacific coast. It was in those old Rock Bluff days that we knew "Hun" Case as one of our best and most intimate friends and appre ciated his worth as such. lECJflTE Mil The Old Senators Started to Have Fun With the Indian Statesman, but lie Knew Whereof lie Spoke and Won the Gallery Applause. A special from Washington under date of February 25 Bays: Robert L. Owen, the Oklahoma Indian senator, is the hit of the legislative year. He smashed the Henate tradition which prescribed that a new senator must sit quietly for a year before delivering a set speech and in accomplishing the feat he compelled not only good atten tion, but the oldest senators turned in their seats to face him. Senator Owen discussed the Aldrich currency bill in the careful, painstaking way that characterized the set speeches of the senators of long service. Jeff I Davis of Arkansas made a speech after a service of three or four days, but Davis was a joke. Moreover, the big galleries which came to hear the Arkan san went away disappointed and the Senate itself was bored, tired and dis gusted. Davis is anexploded "phenom, " as they say in baseball circles, and never again will attract a handful of Washingtonians to the galleries. The Hazing Didn't Work. Owen came with only a minimum I amount of advertising. It was a piece of daring work for him to speak at all and his salvation lies in the fact that he had studied his subject and proved that his knowledge of it was more than superficial. There were not more than a handful of senators in their seats when Senator Owen began to talk. He laid a premise which indicated a severe arraignment of the Aldrich bill and it soon became apparent that the senators would try to haze him. Smith of Michi gan, himself rather new to the Senate, but of long Congressional experience, began the intended hazing process. Senator Owen had approved the Okla homa law guarateeing bank depositors and Senator Smith wanted to know if the Oklahoma senator was not aware that this plan had been tried by various states and abondoned. "If the senator will cite a specific NOV AT REST IN JSILENT CITY The Mortal Remains of John J. Kurtz Laid to Rest in Oak Hill Cemetery. Yesterday afternoon witnessed the celebrating of the last sad rites over the remains of John J. Kurtz, who ac cidentally took a dose of poison, think ing it something else, and from which death resulted in a short time. John J. Kurtz was born in Avoca, Wisconsin, living then with his parents for the first fifteen years of his life, then coming to Plattsmouth in 1887, some twenty-one years ago. He at tended school for a short time after coming here, and worked on the brick yard for a number of years, going to railroading a few years afterwards, en tering the Burlington shops at this place, from where he was sent out on the road firing. By a strict application to the duties required he was advanced rapidly and has been running an engine for a number of years. During the last few years he has been making Lincoln his home, running out of that place. The deceased had just come in from a run when he made the fatal mastake in tak ing the poison which ended his life. As a citizen well up in his line and highly respected by all who knew him, a large number of his friends and ac quaintances came from Lincoln to pay their last respects to his memory. The services at the cemetery were conducted by Rev. J. H. Salsbury, and were wit nessed by a large number of friends, both from Lincoln and this place. The deceased leaves, besides his aged father, Adam Kurtz, sr., four brothers, Henry, Adam, jr., Will and Chas., and one sister, Lizzie, a wife and two small daughters. Mr. Kurtz was a member of the Ancient Order of United Work men, in which he carried an insurance of $2,000. In the losing of this citizen, there has been taken from his family a loving and devoted husband, and an in dulgent and kind-hearted father, the community has lost a upright and hon orable gentleman and the Burlington an efficient and trusted employe. His memory will be cherished by all who knew him, as one whom all respected. If you suffer with indigestion, consti pation, feel meanand cross, no strength or appetite, your system is unhealthy. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes the system strong and healthy. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. For sale by Gering & Co., druggists. FIT HAZE M case I will try to answer him," replied Senator Owen. "The case of New York," answered Senator Smith. "That law was passed in lS.'0,and re pealed in 1842, "answered Senator Owen. "It took a week or ten days to get a letter from Buffalo to New York and a week or ten days to get it back. There was neither telephone nor telegraph and the traveling was largely done by stage or on horseback. The senator surely is not serious when he insists upon apply ing the business methods of 1810 with those of 1908." Dolliver Tried it, Too. Senator Dolliver had a try at Senator Owen and backed away, and so did Flint, Smooth and Hopkins and Aldrich. In a colloquy with Senator Hopkins the galleries clearly showed their sympathy with the Oklahoman by applaud, and it is against the Senate rules to applaud. Senator Owen insisted that his substi tute for the Aldrich bill, prohibiting banks from making loans for speculative purposes with stock or bonds as collater al, would preserve the banks from the menace of stock gambling. "Then, if a man came to you and asked for a loan and told you he intend ed to purchase stock with it to hold for a raise, you wouid refuse?" asked Sen ator Hopkins. "I certainly would," replied Senator Owen. This impressed the galleries as being safe and sane banking and they cheer ed. Just to show that Senator Owen and the galleries were right and Sen ator Hopkins wrong, Senator Nelson of Minnesota, who also dislikes the Aid rich bill, asketl permission to interrupt Senator Owen. The Minnesota sen ator read from a recent article by Lyman J. Gage, ex-Secretary of the Treasury, who said that it was a prac tice of his bank not only to inquire for what purpose a loan was asked, and if it was for stock speculation to de cline to make it. MARRIED YESTER DAY AFTERNOON At the Home of Geo. Halmes, North west of the City Rev. Lang horst Officiating. At three thirty yesterday afternoon, at the home of George Halmes, about seven miles northwest of the city, oc curred a quiet wedding, where the con tracting parties were John Nicholas Beck, who has lived in this county for the past eighteen years, having came from Germany, and lived in the neigh borhood during his residence in America. The bride. Miss Johnana Augusta Emile Tiws, came to this country about six months since. The groom has been frugal and in dustrious during his life in this country and has a farm upon which he has just built a house andfurnished it for the re ception of -his bride. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. J. F. Longhorst, according to the beautiful ritual of the St. Paul Evangelical church in the presence of a number of friends of the contracting parties. After the ceremony and congratulations, the happy couple and guests sat down to a sumptuous wedding dinner which all enjoyed. The newly married couple will not take a wedding trip at present but will begin houskeeping immediately at the new home. The Journal joins their many friends in wishing them a pleasant journey through life. The Jumping Off Place "Consumption had me in its grasp, and I had almost reached the jumping off place, when I was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery and I want to say right now, it saved my life. Im provement began with the Jfirst bottle and after taking one dozen bottles I was a well and happy man again," says George Moore of Grimesland, N. C. As a remedy for coughs and colda and a healer of weak, sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia is supreme. 50c and $1 at F. G. Fricke & Co's. Trial bottles free. Lands for Sale. In Lincoln, Logan, Keith, Deuel, Chey enne and Kimball counties, Neb., east ern Colorado and Wyoming. Special rates to land buyers. Frank Stanley, Special Sales Agent Union Pacific Lands, Plattsmouth, Neb.