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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1909)
Do not fail to call and see the fine
line of fall hats I now am displaying.
E. B. Myers.
Miss Frances Koubek Is spending
the day In Omaha, where she will
witness the big turnout of the Eagles.
Mrs. John Hockstrasser and daugh
ter, Miss Kathleen, are spending to
day in Omaha, going to that city this
mornng on the early train.
Mrs. James Hlckson and daughter,
Mrs. P. M. Lindsey, are spending to
day in Omaha, where they will view
the Eagles' parade and visit friends.
Post card pictures of Merchants'
Carnival,' Labor day floats, parades,
hose fight and other interesting
events now on sale, 2 for 5c. Ne
metz & Co.
Henry Miller,- wife and daughter,
Miss Edith, are spending today in
Omaha, Mr. Miller being an Eagle
and taking his family up for a view
of the big parade.
John Wooster and family are
among those seeing the Eagles fly in
Omaha today, Mr. Wooster being a
member of the order and his family
wanting to see the parade.
If the lady who is advertising in
the Journal for a position as stenog
rapher and bookkeeper will hear
something to her advantage by call
ing at this office immediately.
Mrs. Harry Barthold departed for
Omaha, where she will visit with her
little niece, the daughter of Charles
Chrlsweisser, who is in the hospital
there. She will be gone today only.
John Janda, former street commis
sioner, who has been visiting rela
tives and friends here for several
days, returned to his home at Law
rence, Neb. His daughter accom
panied him. The best wishes of many
friends go with John in his new
George Davis of Marysville, Mo.,
who has been visiting with old
friends in the city since the first of
the month, having come heer to at
tend the old settlers' reunion, has re
turned to his home. Mr. Davis, who
was a pioneer settler of Nebraska,
found a great many of the old timers
still living here who were glad to
see him once more, and he had a
very pleasant two week's visit.
Mrs. John Weber and baby are
among those visiting in Omaha to
day, going there this morning on the
Miss Geraldine Rosa of the Ma
sonic Home, Is spending today in Om
aha, going to that city this morning
on the early train.
Alfred Edgerton and family are
spending today in Omaha, Mr. Ed
gerton being one of the Eagles in the
parade, while the family is looking
Philip Thlerolf and V. K. Fox are
attending to. business matters today
in Council Bluffs, having gone to
that city this morning on the early
Mrs. M. E. Earl of Palmer, Neb.,
who has been visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. M. Stiles, In this city
for several weeks past, departed this
morning for her home.
Jos. McCarthy and family are
spending today with the Eagles in
Omaha, going there on the morning
train. Joe is a member of the Eagles,
while the family will view the parade.
Councilman John V. Bookmeyer
and wife and son Raymond are
among those attending the Eagles'
grand aerie today, the family going
there to view the parade, while the
head of the house will visit his
Albert Furlong of California, who
has been visiting for some time with
his father, S. Furlong and family at
Rock Bluff, departed last evening
for his home, going to Ran Francisco.
Mr. Furlong had not been here for a
long time prior to this trip, and he
found it a very delightful trip. His
folks were sorry to have him leave
them for a return to the coast coun
try. Charles Chrlsweisser was a pas
senger this morning for Omaha,
where he will visit his little daughter
at the hospital. She is reported as
getting along very nicely despite the
serious complaint for which she en
dured the operation, and there is
every reason to believe she will soon
recover and become herself once
mere. Mr. Chrlsweisser is quite
hopeful and has been much encour
aged by the statements of the at
Fin mmi :
I p4ff ii$fW 1
Bart BcbJuor A Mar
You may go to Omaha to buy your
suit, or some other city, go as far
you like, there's no place like home,
and you'll find that there are no
clothes like Hart Schaffner & Marx,
and no better place to buy them than
Our assortment this fall from this great line is the
largest that has ever been shown here. You may
think you're out of proportion for these ready to
wear clothes, but you'll find that. we have clothes for
the fat man, lean man, short man, tall man, and the
athelctic young men. "Any old day" that you feel like
it, drop in and we'll be tickled to show you. (
Suits $9 to $30, Overcoats $10 to $30
Mrs. L. E. Schallia was a passen
ger for the north this morning on
No. 16, going up to spend the day in
Arch Hughey, the genial traveling
man, is in the city today taking his
weekly orders and renewing acquaint
ance with old rfiends.
L. W. Loreni is spending today
looking after business matters in
Omaha, having gone to that city on
the morning train. I
Mayor Sattler is partaking of the
Eagles festivities in Omaha today,)
having gone up with the members of
the local lodge on the early train.
Iiost On Thursday or carnival
week, a blue and whte stripped
lady's linen Jacket. Please leave at
Journal office and receive small reward.
For Sale Eight-room modern
residence property, built two years
ago, and In good condition; close in.
Corner Ninth and Granite streets. J.
Post card pictures of Merchants
Carnival, Labor day floats, parades,
hose fight and other interesting
events now on sale, 2 for 5c. Ne-
metz & Co.
H. A. Schneider Is spending the
day in Omaha dividing his time be
tween the Eagles parade and the
baseball games, having two of the
latter to attend to.
B. G. Wurl and family are among
those taking in the Eagles' parade,
Mr. Wurl being a member of the or
der and the family going up to look
at the big parade.
E. R. Todd is among those spend
ing the day in Omaha, joining th
large crowd attending the Eagles'
parade and also transacting business
in the metropolis.
F. G. Egenberger and family are
spending today In Omaha, Mr. Egen
berger taking his family up for a day
with the Eagles, of which he is a
Al. Leisle, who has spent several
days in the city in the interests of
his wholesale house, was a passen
ger for Omaha this morning, go
ing there to renew his samples.
Mrs. L. Murphy of Kearney, who
has been visiting with her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Simons for some time
past, departed this morning for her
home. Miss May Powers accom
Guy McMaken and wife are spend
ing today with the Eagles at Omaha,
going up on tho morning train. Mr.
McMaken 13 a member of the Eagles
and desires to have his family see
the good outpouring of the order.
Mrs. 1. X. Cochpnour departed this
evening for her cH home in Marlon
county, la., where she will spend sev-
ernl weeks visiting with friends and
relatives. It lias been fifty years
since she If ft her heme fer this sec
tion and she will doubtless Unci many
of the old scenes changed.
Robert A. Bates and wife arrived
yesterday morning at Kansas City,
Mo., where they will take, medical
treatment. Mr. Dates writes this
morning that a preliminary exami
nation was indulged in yesterday,
but further examinations will be nec
essary for an accurate statement cf
conditions. He expects to make trips
to this city at frequent intervals to
attend to his business matters dur
ing the time he Is under treatment.
It's n pity when sick ones drug
the stomach or stimulate the Heart
and Kidneys. That is all wrong! A
weak Stomach means weak Stomach
nerves, always. And this is also true
il the Heart and Kidneys. The
weak nerve3 are instead crying out
for help. This axplalns why Dr.
Shoop's Restorative is promptly help
ing Stomach, Heart and Kidney ail
ments. The Restorative reaches out
for the actual cause of these ail
ments the Tailing "inside nerves."
Anyway test the Restorative 48
hours. It won't cure so soon as that,
but you will surely know that help
is coming. Sold by all dealers.
First Organized Societies in Plaits-
mouth and South Omaha.
The South Omaha Bohemian Catho
lic turners from the national associa
tion will leave Thursday evening for
Chicago to attend a meeting of the
turners of the organization.
The primary organization was first
launched on September 17, 1908, by
South Omaha with the co-operation
of Plattsmouth, and soon twelve
branches were organized In quick
succession, were Baltimore, Detroit,
Chicago, Cameron, Haletsvllle and
Shrlner, Tex., St. Louis and Verdl-gren.
The meeting In Chicago will be to
see what can be done to promote ath
letics and enlarge the association.
A tournament will be held Friday
and prizes will be awarded. The
South Omaha turners expect to be in
on some of the prizes awarded next
Sunday at the Bohemian Turner hall
in Chicago. On this date an athletic
exhibition will be given by the turn
ers In which the Slavonic and Ger
man turned lodges of Chicago will
Those going from South Omaha are
the Rev. J. Chundelak, chaplain;
John Franek, president; John Pecha,
physical director; James Stanek,
pohn Kramolish and Peter M. David,
Judges; Boh Malec, Joseph Malec,
Jacob Lorenc, Joseph Novotny, Ed.
Svancina, James Kocarnik, Antone
Dvorak, Antone Pavlas, Ed. Plvonka,
Charlese Pivonka, James Povondra
and Fred Zikmund. Omaha News.
Eagles Go To Omaha.
The Eagles of this city made a
very respectable showing In numbers
attending the big doings in Omaha to
day, sending quite a delegation up to
participate In the march. They did
not wear any distinctive uniform,
merely a black cap with a white
band around It, bearing the letters
"F. O. E. 365." The marchers also
had a neat red badge slmlllarly let
tered. They formed In line at their
hall and marched to the Burlington
station. They expect to have a great
time and to enjoy themselves to the
Among the number going from
here were Henry Kaufman, Jr., B. G.
Wurl, Guy McMaken, F. G. Egenber
ger; John Wooster, Henry Miller, J.
W. Bookmeyer, Jos. McCarty.John
McXurlln, Frank Beal, Wm. Henrlck-
sen, John P. Satler, Sam Smith, Al
bert Scuttler, J. E. McDanlel. Wm.
Winn, Claus Speck, John Klrkham,
Wm. Weber, Al. Relnhackel, R. W.
Toogood, Joe Llbershal, Frank Llber-
shal, Louis Leiner, Walter Gochenour,
0. P. Monroe, Ed. Ackerraan, Ed.
Donat, Frank E. McElroy, Dr. J. S.
Livingston, H. E. Rand.
A Pluce to Rehearse.
Innumerable new conditions are
constantly arising, owing to the
rapidly increasing power of the In
dependents in the theatrical world,
and as each of those have to under
go at least four week's rehearsal in
the course of production, the de
mand for places to rehearse Is grow
ing. In Xew York city it is Indeed
a serious matter for a company of
actors to secure a place to rehearse
between July 15 and September 15.
Early In the summer the stages of
all the theaters, as well as the halls,
are snapped up by rival combina
tions for rehearsing. It Is then that
the real search for available places
begin. Empty stores, lofts and on
many occasions even churches are
pressed into service. The owner of
a fair-sized room in Manhattan can
obtain almost any rental for the
brief use of his property. When "The
Beauty Spot," which comes to the
Burwood theater, Omaha, on Sep
tember 12, for an entire week was
preparing for its visit to Chicago
rf'.er a six mouths' run in New. York
evcral rehearsals were required in
order to put In n lot of bright and
new liiu 3 suitable to meet the de
mand of the western public. A
search for available rehearsing
space proved fruitless. It was then
that Mr. Jefferson De Angells, the
starter of this company inaugurated
a new departure in rehenrsals. His
search leading him to the Bronx he
happened upon a vacant lot sur
rounded by monster billboards. The
happy thought struck him that this
wps an ideal place for an open air
rehearsal with nature forming the
scenery and stage accessories, and
plenty of good, wholesome fresh air
to enliven the company. He, there
fore, secuied it and his judgment
was justified in the splendid results
The Lurid Glow t lKwm
was seen in the red face, hands and
body of the little son of II. M.
Adams of Henrietta, Pa. His aw
ful plight from eczema had, for five
years, defied all remedies and baf
fled the best doctors, who said the
poisoned blood had affected his
lungs and nothing could save him.
"But," writes his mother, "seven
bottles of Electric Bitters completely
cured him." For Eruptions, Ec
zema, Salt Rheum, Sores and all
Blood Disorders and Rheumatism
Electric Bitters Is supreme. Only
50c. Guaranteed by Gerlng & Co.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Plattsmouth State Dank
of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Charter No. 780
Incorporated In the t ale of Nebraska, at tb
CluM Of bUallU-M, AutfUfct 31, 1HU9.
Loan and discount 90,90) S3
Overdraft, secured and unsecured... tjui jy
Honda, stocks, securities, judgment.
claims, etc 1.IM4 9
Ranking house.furnlture and flxtuses 1,47V SO
Current expenses and taxes paid W
Cash Items U1 M
Hue from nat'l state and private banks
and bankers 36,74 39
Checks and Items of exchange Mi SO
Currency H.OOO 00
(old coin ,ofl M
Silver, nickels and cents ltt K 7.tftft 59
Total $152.7X8 17
Cap" , al stock paid In $.V).0O0 00
Individual deposits subject
to check ti9,Wt 51
IVmand certificate of de-
Time certificate of deposit 3i,4UO on
Total 1152,73 17
Ftat or Nebraska, (
Coitntt or Cam I I.J. M. Roberta,
cashier of the alxive named bank, do hereby
swear that the aliove statement Is a correct
and true copy of the report made to the State
Hayklmr Hoard, J. M. ROBERTS.
at tit. J J- Fai.tir, Director.
A,ust' 1.1. II. Heck a-H. Director,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth
day of Septemlier HAW. V. W. Windham,
ISeal) Notary Public.
My commission expires Dec. 2S. 1910
$7.5 0 free. John
Bauer add in this issue.
jutst White bull dog with black
ear, on Monday, September 6. Fin
der return to A. J. Kanka and re
Get Well First
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Break Team to Auto.
Guy McMaken, who drives the
large team of horses on McMaken &
Son's dray, this morning concluded
to break the team to automobiles,
and for that purpose had William
Volk work his machine in front of
them. All kinds of devices were
tried to scare the animals, and they
did scare, but only for a moment, as
they soon recovered their composure
and stood still while the machine was
worked in every conceivable way. It
was an interesting sight to see the
big animals when they heard the
sound of the machine. They plunged
and reared, but to no avail and pres
ently they displayed an Interest al
most human in the workings of the
machine. The team was driven along
side the machine, and when the test
was over the team was driven away
thoroughly easy and broke to face
the machine In any stage of move
HAD QUIT WORK
READY TO 6IYE UP IN DESPAIR
Restored to Health By Vinol
"I was sick, run-down and finally
had to give up work. After trying
a Dumber of remedies and Beveral phy
sicians, I was just about ready to give
up In despair. I saw Vinol ad
vertised and decided to try It,
and It has done more good for
me than all other means combined. It
has built me up and restored my
strength until I now feel twenty yean
younger, and am able to attend to my
work again as usual." Job Jeavons,
1036 Llnd street, Wheeling, W. Va.
The reason Vinol Is so successful In
such cases Is because It contains tonio
iron and all of the strengthening
blood-making and body-bullding ele
ments of cod liver oil, but so oil.
Vinol Is unexcelled as a strength
creator for old people, delicate children,
weak, run-down persons, and after
sickness and Is the best known rem
edy for coughs, colds and bronchitis.
We return your money if Vinol falls
to give satisfaction.
GERING & CO. Druggists
Tickling or dry Coughs wi;: quick
ly loosen when using Dr. Shoop's
Cough Remedy. And it Is so thor
oughly harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells
mothers to use nothing else, even for
very young babies. The wholesome
green leaves and tender stems of a
lung healing mountainous shrub give
the curative properties to Dr. Shoop's
Cough Remedy. It calms the cough,
and heals the sensitive bronchial
mebrances. No opium, no chloro
form, nothing harsh used to Injure
or suppress Demand Dr. Shoop's
and take no other. Sold by all dealers.
Don't iisk even o penny until ludlth
And I mean Just wcncUy Omt.
I am tho onu physician who say to tim lrk i
will, out of my own pocket, puy lor your nicdl.
eln 11 it lull to bring-you help I"
And for ) year Ir. Shonp medicines liava
been lined and recommended In every city and
hamlet ill America. They are positively suind
ard In every community and everywhere.
Then why puy tho cash, and at your risk, for
other unwarrented and uncertain medicines?
Thousands upon tliousiuicl have In the past
uecesfillly usod Ir. Shoop i KestorntiVH.
When the Stomach nerve, or tlm Heart or Kid
nor t,..rv.. f:ll these Hick tmcflkuow how quickly
Dr. Shoop' Restorative will hrinu them limit to
health aimin. lint bistnull, t;ii-y postlice
Vitnkeno moiuyrixk whateccr.They know
that wlminfll lientth fulls to
return, lr. I (k s Y H ',0".I, I'1"
himself glndly 1 HCll'my th" ',,r"
(Tist for that Jest. And lor
that test a full :I0 day treatment li "tidy grunUxL
Hut vr:t. me first for nn order.
This will snvn delay ami d!nnnolntmnt.
All dni,:Kists sell Hr. Simon' Kcstomtlvo and TT.
Phoop's Khei'iimtln lleinnly. but all arn not au
thorial to Ktve. the 3udnv test. So drop me a lino
please for 1 have appointed an honest and re
pnnihlri dru. gist In almost
every comniuu. O Itv. everywhere,
to Issue my "no T help, no pay."
medicine to tho A A J tick. Tell nwnlso
which book you need. Tim Imnks
below will surely open tip new and helpful Idea
to thorn who are not well. Ileslileayou are perfect,
ly Iren to consult nm Just ns you would your homo
phyniclun. My'ndvice and t'io book Ixjlow are
your and w ithout cost.
Fnthaps a word or two from tre will clear tip
mine inrloii ailment. I have helped thousand
upon thousand by my private
prescription orT personal advice
plan. Mr best ef- f Vfort f nurnly
worth yoursimploJL J k ruiueat. Po write
now. while you I vn It fresh In
mind, for tomorrow never come. Ur. bhoop, Hox
11, lUdiio, Wi.
WUIcb look Shall t Stal Toil
II. E. Weld man and wife were pas
sengers for Omaha this morning to
spend the day with Mrs. Lillian K.
Hnsse. Mrs. Hasse's condition Is
such that no hope is entertained for
her recovery and the end Is expected
at any time. It Is stated by the at
tending physicians that she probably
will not survive the day.
Vo. 1 On Dyspepsia
No. 2 On tho Heart
No. 4 For Womoo
No. 5 1'or Men
No. 3 On the Kidney No. 6 On Itliuumatlsm,
RETORT OF THE CONDITION
bank of nunDOc::
CHARTER NO. 676
Of Murdock, Neb., Incorporated in tha.
State of Nebraska at the elope of
l.usiness August 31, 190D
l .onus anil discounts I
Overdrafts. MiMireil and iinseeured.
HankliiK bouse, furulluie anil fixtures
Current expense and tuxe paid....
Hue from nailonul. Htaie nun
nrlvute bunk ;MX Jl
Dicrkaanri items of exchunifo tv." ml
Currency ,V IHI
(told coin 24(1 00
Silver, nickels and cents; 2'Jtl Ttr-foXQ W
Total JIM.2I8 15
LI AIM LI TIES
('npltnl xtiM'W paid In t lo.nnf)
Surplus fund P")
I mllvlded pioflis 14,to2V
individual! dapust'.s subject
to check :a-r. 03
Time certificates of tlcoslts. sT.tCW "X
Cashier's check ontstandlinf 11, 1 42 0'H 07.050 M
Total 132.216 li
STATE OK NF.IIUASKA t
Caw County fM
I, II. I!. Noii.cl, cashier of the aliove named
bank, do bcii'liy Hwear that the almve Ht,ute
uieiil In a correct and I rue copy of the report
made to the State Hniiklmr Hoard.
U.K. Nkit.ki,, cashier.
Henry A. Tool, director,
V. Wolf, director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth.
day of Sent. liuu. .1 W. tloieitHT
, Ihhai.I Notary Public
A pleasing, good, high grade, truly
flavored, amber colored cup of cof
fee can be had and without the real
coffee danger, or damage to health
by simply using Dr. Shoop's new
substitute, called "Health Coffee."
Pure, wholwome, toasted cereals,
malt, nuts, etc. make Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee both healthful and
satisfying. No 20 to 30 minutes ted
ious boiling. "Made in a minute,"
says Dr. Shoop. If served as cof
fee, it's taste will even trick an ex
pert. Test It and boc. F. S. White.
Pink Tain Tablets Dr. Shoop's
stop headache, womanly pains, any
pain, anywhere, In 20 minutes suro.
Formula on the 25c box. Ask your
drugglBt or doctor about this for
mula it's fine. All dealers.
T. M. Carter Is spendinr; the day
In Omaha looking at the big Eagles'
parado and attending to business
ANOTHER 0NEINEXT WEEK
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To get this handsome, perfect-fitting
shoe, ask any Ralston dealer for
Stock No. 129. "Smile" Last
Metal Button, Doubl Sole; j to It
It is a model that careful
dressers in the great style
centres are wearing now.
It conforms to the latest
ideas in shoe fashions, and
Iia3 besides those exclusive
Ralston touches of grace in
outline and easy "foot-print
fit that comes from care
ful making over the
Ralstons need no
one reason why
they car 'so
well and hold
FETZER'S SHOE STORE
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