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Working Like a Charm, and De
positors Satisfied With Law
flow Is the Opportunity to Secure a Piano
Oklahoma City. Okla., Sept. 30.
With a supply of money received
from the state guaranty fund, sup
plemented by the cash on hand in
the bank, State Bank Commissioner
Young today paid about 400 deposi
tors of the Columbia Bank and Trust
company, which suspended yesterday.
No excitement prevailed, the people
apparently trusting the state's guar
anty. Commissioner Young refused to
make a statement as to the bank's
condition tonight, pending a thor
ough examination of its assets.
Securities to the amount of $250,
O00 bare been offered the bank of
ficials by local capitalists, but these
liave been refused ou the advice of
the bank commissioner, who ex
presses confidence that there will be
no difficulty in paying the depositors
dollar for dollar.
The report started today that a
number of state banks would resist
an assessment by the state to protect
the Columbia company depositors
was dispelled tonight, when the of
ficials announced they had been as
sured of' the support of the state
Interest throughout the state to
day was intense. The Columbia com
pany was the reserve for perhaps 150
other state banks, and had on deposit
$2,300,000 of their deposits. The
failure in the application of the
guaranty law would mean ruin to
many of these and a financial panic
in the state.
The Bennett company of Omaha have leased a store room
in the Riley block, near the postoffice, in Plattsmouth, and will
sell to the highest bidder one of their high grade pianos which
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Mayor Jackson of Nebraska City Re
lates His Experience There.
Mayor Jackson of this city, while
In Omaha, felt the full force of the
street car strike and the Incident at
tachments thereto. He had to go
some sixteen blocks to see a man
with whom he had some business,
and secured a cabby, being afraid to
Tide on the street cars, not feeling as
if he would like to run the risk of
"being struck with a brick, he made
the trip and was charged the mild
sum of $2.50. The cabby knew he
was easy. He found that pickpock
ets were thick and were working on
every hand without any seeming mo
lestation. At night when desiring to
come to the depot from the hotel, and
no care were running, and the streets
-were filled with all classes of men
who were- out for coin, he took a
bus to the depot, a short distance,
and was .again mulched to the tune
of $1, where, prior to the strike, the
lirioe waa only 25 cents. He was in
formed that this was the way that
the Omaha cabmen and vehicle driv
ers were giving it to all strangers
' that visit the city while the street car
strike is on. 1 He 'talked with a num
ber of people on the train, going and
coming, and with a number of vis
itors while in Omaha, and they, all
informed him that they had promised
themselves Dot to visit Omaha until
the labor troubles are settled, If it is
n6t until next year. This street car
; strike is hurting the town more than
the Omaha people realize, and the of
ficials up there peeni to rather favor
the strike-breakers and the rough
element that are backing them in
their fight. Nebraska City News.
The undersigned has about 40
acres of good grass to rent for pas
turing horses only. Good running
water and plenty of shade. One
dollar per month per head.
Money Comes in Bunches
to A. A. Chisholm of Treadwell, N.
Y.. now. His reason Is well worth
reading. "For a long time I suffer
ed from indigestion, torpid liver, con
stipation, nervousness, and general
debility," he writes. "I couldn't sleep,
had no appetite, nor ambition, grew
weaker every day in spite of all med
ical treatment. Then used Electric
Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all
my old-time health and vigor. Now
I can attend to business every day.
It's wonderful medicine." Infallible
for Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Blood
and Nerves. 50c. at F. G. Fricke &
Y the Journal, and the highest bidder takes the piano. We also Y
f have made arrangements with the company to give 15 per cent Y
discount on all pianos sold here in the next 30 days.
Must Pay the Witnesses.
At the last session of the county
commissioners they rejected the
claim of the witnesses in the insan
ity hearing of Mrs. Maud L. Moran.
The matter was appealed to the dis
trict Judge on the claim of Mrs. J. C
Brown and Judge J. B. Raper heard
the arguments and handed down a
decision overruling the commission
ers and ordering them to pay alf of
me witness lees in me case, mis piaUsmouth testimony has been
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win mean several uunurea uoimn. iV publ,shed t0 - prove the . merit of
the county, as the costs were quite Doari's Kidney. Pills to others in
heavy in . this, case. Nebraska City P,att8mouth who suffer from ' bad
IC n a. . kanlra onit tMnav Ilia" T .oafr a n-v
sufferer doubt that the cures made
Words to lr'eeae the Soul. by Doan's Kidney Pills are thorough
"Your son has Consumption. His arid lasting, we produce confirmed
case is hopeless." These appalling proof statements from Plattsmouth
words were spoken to Geo. E. Bleven, people saying that the cures they
a leading merchant of Springfield, N. told .of years ai?o were permanent.
C. by two expert doctors one a lung Here's a Plattsmouth case
specialist. Then was shown the wond- t. Cble, retired farmer, 608
erful power of. Dr. King's New DIs- Locust street,- Plattsmouth, Neb.
covery.- V'After three weeks use," hays: "I contracted kidney trouble
writes Mr. Eleven, "he was as well as while serving In the army. There
ever. I would not take all the money was a dull, heavy ache and lameness
in the world for what it did for my across the' small of my back that
"boy'V-Infallable .for Coughs and annoyed me to quite an extent and
Colds, its the "safest, surest Cure of at times the kidney secretions were
desperate Lung diseases on earth, very scanty and accompanied with
50c. and $1.00 at. Gering and Co. pain In passage. Reading about
Guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle Doan's Kldnev Pills. I was led to eet
The following are our makes of pianos: Ives 6c Pond, Chick-
$ ering 6c Sons, Krell Auto Grand, Packard, Auto Piano, Mendel- Y
$ sohn, Bennett Co., Kohler 6c Campbell, Kuntzman, Henry and
X S. G. Linderman, Sterling, Huntington and Howard. Allguaran- X
X teed for 10 years and on easy payments, or cheap for cash. $
C. F. KNAPTON, Manager ?
Riley Hotel Block, near Postoffice Plattsmouth, Neb. $
Give us a call.
MY NEW rOLICIKS.
A. Thompson of Cedar Creek was
looking after business matters In the
county seat today.
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It A "1
OR YOUR OWN
a box at Gering & Co.'s drug store
and begin their use. They made a
marked improvement and entirely re
lieved me of my sufferings." (State
ment given June 11, 1906.)
Ou December 29, 1908, Mr. Cole
added to the above. " I am pleased
to renew the testimonial I gave two
years ago endorsing Doan's Kidney
Pills. I advise anyone afflicted with
lumbago or any other kidney dis
order to give this remedy a trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-JIIlburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Woodman I land.
The Woodman Orchestra Is doing
some fine practice work now pre
paratory to the big ball October 23
The boys are putting themselves in
good condition as they have a con
tract to rlay In the Ak-Sar-Ben
electrical parade October 6. Tom
Svoboda was in Omaha yesterday
and completed the deal with O. D
Klppllng, manager of the parade,
and the band Is to realize a neat
sum for their evening's work. It
seems the boys made a hit with the
officials the night the Plattsmouth
boys were Initiated at the den, and
negotiations have been going on ever
since to have the boys take part in
' Saving money means not only money but health
power, independence, security, satisfaction, and
protection. Few friends arc as rcaey and able to
serve you as your MONEY. Begin to save now
Open that savings account today.
We will pay you three per cent interest on the improvements; seven miles south of
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money yOU pui in our Ban drill CUrnpuunu least of Murray. W. II. RAKES.
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ihe interest every twelve montns. plattsmouth, Neb., r. f. d. no. i.
Farm for Sale.
A 102-acre farm for sale; good
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
seed for sale. 11. O
While It is true that I have always
advocated a general reduction of
schedules, there are some that should
be raised. I exahusted all of my
persuasive silence in trying to get
congress to come to my way of think
ing, tfnd the result has been approx
imately correct; so nearly correct, in
fact, that it can be figured out to a
gnat's heel, If you will' but be pa
tient and listen to me. For Instance,
hides went clear off the list; then
gloves and hosiery went away up.
But the average result is a reduction.
Print paper' was reduced some; and
It may be reduced yet more If Ca
nadian manufacturers can see their
way towards becoming benevolent In
the matter;' if not, I expect It will
rise. Besides, we retain the tariff
on Indian corn, of which we import
such' enormous quantities. Then we
retain the tariff on diamonds and
other things on which our working-
men have been spending such fabu
lous sums. I verily believe that, If
the steel workers of Pennsylvania
had not spent their substance In dia
monds and other riotous living, there
would not have been a man killed In
the recent riots.
In this emergency, the duty of
every Republican member of con
gress is clear. He should take the
whole bait, because I did not say he
should not; and for the further rea
son that the pie is worth a great
deal to us who wish re-election.
While I do not fully read out of the
party those who voted against my
expressed wishes, yet every follow
who, did not vote for the bill cannot
sit In the Inner circle holy of holies
and his share of the swag will be
distinguished for Its lonesome look,
so you may easily distinguish be
tween the pie of a good party man,
and that of a progressive. I expect
every Republican to be like me all
wool and a ward wide. Speaking of
wool reminds me that the wool
schedule Is somewhat disappointing
to me; because we shall not have
enough to pull over the eyes of the
dear voters In that strenuous time
when we shall need something to
scare them Into voting for the sacred
schedules prepared in the private of
fices of tariff beneficiaries. Water
loo (la.) Times-Trlbuno (Rep.).
Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Field returned
to Omaha After being guests of Mrs.
Field's parents, Herman Ilerold sad
wife, for few days.
and sco my
lino of hats.
Teachers to Improve.
County Superintendent, Miss Mary
Foster, has just finished mailing out
138 teachers reading circle schedules
to as many teachers in the county,
outlining a course of reading for the
long winter evenings. The little
booklet also contains places and
dates when the circle will meet, as
well as topics to be studied during
each month. The plan is a good one
and each teacher taking part can not
avoid being benefited.
Kniplojcd nt Tucoma.
J. C. York has just received a let
ter from his son Russell of Tacoma,
Wash., In which Russell says that he
is now In the employ of the street
railway company as conductor. He
Is doing fine and likes his new em
ployment very well. The Plattsmouth
young people will miss Russell, as he
was a sterling' fellow and a hustler.
Its Top Notch Doer.
Great deeds compel regard. The
world crowns Its doers. That's why
the American people have crowned
Dr. King's New Discovery, the King
of Throat and Lung remedies. Every
atom Is a health force. It kills
germs, and colds and la grippe van
ish. It heals cough-racked mem
brancea and coughing stops. Sore,
Inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs
are cured and hemorrhages cease.Dr.
Geo. More, Black Jack, N. C, writes
"It cured me of lung trouble, pro
nounced hopeless by all doctors."
50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar
anteed by F. G. Fricke & Co.
A. Pelstrup and wife and daugh
ter, Miss Naomi, and Mrs. Harry
Newman, went to Omaha this morn
ing to attend the funeral of a little
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pelstrup.
Not Coughing Today?
Yet you may cougli tomorrow! Better be prepared for it
when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold
or cougli first appears you have a doctor's medicine at
hand. Your doctor's approval of its use will certainly
set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. He knows.
No alcohol in this cough medicine. . c. A yet Co. , Lowell, Moss.
Kobust health 1 a great safeguard against attacks of throat and lung troubles, but
constipation will destroy the best of health. Ask your doctor about Ayer't Puis.
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