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Strong Healthy Women
11 woman i strong1 onj healthy in a womanly na , n'h
erhood means to lief but little uuU.'r.i.. ne ci-ublo lie
in the fact that the many women anil: r lro mk ari
disease of the distinctly km ni.ie $ia?.,n 4r i ufj i nditoj
let notlierli.joJ. . VL.i cun .u rfincuied.
Dr. ?i:r :e taverUe Prsalplicn
tin 1 1
Caret) lii tvc(.Vo"i tnJ I.'rd.jM of coiner..
It act, c-'iri-cti" iki Cm 1 m iu. uu1 J.r.,orUnt
organ O'lw '! " ' v' ' 01
kcalutr. ..roi. . ..orjuj, v- (i
"Favor''i l're-cr'.jjlior." banislie t'ie i iJinposwionj ll t'-.J
rrrioJ ef expectancy und t : huty'i aJvent ca c:.J
c-Jam, and inxir.3 t'uf uiu b-.by. Thousands of women have
;.' i"1 M Strr?. It K.ikes Sick Women WtfA
Ilo-eat inrliae ac i'-Autcs, o-J uro u.n you ")"
i jod " (Sept o vv t no -: ura in place of this wu-ttcrtt remedy. It
coots in not drop ol r.Icohol and sot g.-ut of habit-iorminj of injunoue
drugs. It a pure fy"" f-ttrict ol bealinj, native American root.
The Fourth of July games will be
the best likely the city has aeen In
years and If possible two different
am will be clayed, one In tne
The county commissioners adjour
ner their meeting last night after
having done a lot of business. They
.allowed a whole "world of claims
against the various vounty funds and
also did much other business. They
ordered the county treasurer to
make a transfer of some funds from
one school district to another out
near Louisville in order to get a
tangle straightened out on that mat
ter. The bond of Dr. 0. E. Liston
as county physician for district No.
6 was approved and a contract made
with him for the ensuing year. A
bond from the Manley State bank
was also approved and It was desig
nated as a depository for some of the
county funds. The Union State bank
of Murdock offered a new bond for
county funds and will pay two and
a half per cent Interest on- the
funds Instead of three per cent as
their original bid was. This was ac
cepted and approved. W. R. Sperry
submitted a bid for building a con
crete bridge near Weeping Water,
MISSOURI PACIFIC HID GAR BPS
Stock Yard Team of That Place
to Play Local Ball Team.
The announcement that the Town
send Gun club base ball team was
to play In this city next Sunday was
made in good faith but last night
Manager Brantner received a tele
phone from the manager of that club
that they would be unable to come
next Sunday but would give the lo
cal team a date in the near future.
It Is Manager Brantner's Intention to
try and secure this team for July
Fourth and If he does It insures a
red hot game as the Townsend's are
about the fastest amateur team in
the metropolis. It is hoped that this
can be done and that two rattling
good games can be played here on
that big occasion.
For next Sunday the fast South
Omaha Stock yards team has been
secured. This team is another with
an unbroken record of victories and
they will give the locals a run for
their money. The stock yards team
has been aching to get at the locals
ever since the fast Fort Crook game.
Next Sunday the locals have a chance
to show them what they are made of
and they intend to do so. The game
will be a hummer and deserves a
1 V rtttiaf In tha ft f
mornm """" " ".making a rate of IT per foot. The
ternoon. This will give plenty of I
room for the fans to turn out and
..... m. .V.A.
go a uttie. mere is a ruiuui maw
Mink league officials have a favor
able eye on this city as some of their
smaller towns are giving signs of
quitting but this report is not really
credited in base ball quarters. How
ever, President Bonwell of the Ne
braska City club was In the city last
Sunday and looked the team over.
As it stands now, It would make his
team go mighty fast to beat it.
TRACK AND BADLY IIUURES WDRKT.itll
William Leuchtwei Dies At His
Home in This City.
DIED Leuchtwels, William, at his
home in Plattsmouth, Nebraska
on Wednesday. June 8. 1910. at
3:15 a. m., of tuberculosis, aged From Wednesday' Dally
31 years. 11 months and 23 days.
Funeral on Friday afternoon, June
June 10. 1910. at 2 o clock. Kev.
W. L. Austin conducting the serv
ices. Interment at Oak Hill.
Thomas South, a Carpenter on the New Bridge and Charles H
Massey Are Severely Injured.
A narrow escape from death took
place early this morning when a
handcar on which a bridge gang of
the Missouri Pacific was riding
bid was placed on file. A bid of $55
per mile for grading three miles or
more of road north and east ef Avoca
was received and approved. Claims
for damage by reason of establish
ing a road through the lands of Mrs.
Magdalena Vallery and George W.
Snyder near this city were filed, each
of those parties wanting 1150 for
the land taken. The claims were al
lowed and the road established as
road No. 366. oBard adjourned to
meet June 21. ,
A lingering Illness early this jumped the track. The accident oc-
mornlng closed the life of William curred about 7:30 a. m., and took
Leuchtwels, a young man who had piKC on the long hill leading from
lived virtually all his life In this the Burlington crossing to this city,
city and It's immediate vicinity. For Tne place 1b about two miles north
many months past he had been a suf- 0f the Missouri Pacific station. The
ferer from the Great White Plague .ang which was under the forman-
whlch In the end claimed him aa a BDip 0f Urry Clark, one of the most
victim. At the time of his death he reliable of the foremen of the Mis
was in the home of his mother and BOuri Pacific left the depot for their
there was with him besides that faith worK- about seven o'clock and were
f ul mentor and best of friends a following a freight train out.
brother John, and a sister, miss After they nad cros8ed the curved,
Frances, trestle bridge north of the city and
Deceased was very well known m , th entrance to the Platte bot
this city and had a large number of tom the crew cett8ei pumping the
close friends who will hear of his car and an0Wed u to coast down the
passing with the most sincere re- km, The car wa8 one 0f the big
gret. Personally he was a young brldge pattern cars capable of carry-
man ot quiet and retiring disposi- . a larKe number of men and
tlon and that lnate quality about him th w re twelve men on lt at this
which made him many warm friends. tlme The freight ahead of the car
To know him was to appreciate his hal Blowed down for the crossing
many excellent qualities and his true wnere grading and track raising is
Lion Fondles a Child.
In Pittsburg a savage Hon fondled
the hand that a child thrust into his
cage. Danger to a child is some
Based on Evidence of PlattS . es S1 when least regarded. Of
ten it comes tnrougn uoias, uroup,
worth. He was a hard working
young man during his life time un
til his malady had -advanced so far
that there was no chance for his
recovery and his strength had fall-
in progress and the foreman had
the crew stop pumping, waiting to
see what the freight would do.
After passing the cut Just beyond
the curved bridge, the men were
Platte. He is considered an excel
lent workman and a very careful
painstaking man. He has many good
friends here who will learn of hla
injury with the deepest regret and
who trust that he will soon be able
to be out again. Massey is not so
well known. He is a married man.
having been married in Kansas &
little over a year ago. He is un
derstood to have been a Burlington
employe at one time also.
The crew on the hanr. ear con
tained several former Burlington
employes Including Wm. Grebe and
one or two others. None ot the men
can exactly account for the aecldent.
Some are Inclined to believe that it
was caused by some defect in the
handcar while others think that
tight rails on the track were re
sponsible for it. Owing to the sud
denness with which the accident oc
curred and the fact that the men
were engaged in watching the freight
their stories are rather confused and
uncertain and no two saw the mat
ter in the same light.
Handcar accidents as a rule are
very serious ones and usually result
in either death or crippling their'
victims. They have been numerous
on all roads and the cause for all
of them Is clothed In more or less
ed. For a number of months past Latchlng tne traln and none of them "lystery and uncertainty Faulty
Grateful thousands tell It
How weak backs
Weak kidneys made-well
Urinary disorders corrected.
Plattsmouth people add their tes
They gladly praise Doan's Kidney babies."
good crowd. Owing to counter at
tractions last Sunday the attendance
at the game was not nearly up to
the standard of Sunday games, but
next Sunday there Is every probabil
ity there will be a record breaking
The local team is playing better
ball now than at any time In many
years and will go their best to win
the coming game, Bardwell, the new
pitcher, is in great shape and his
work last Sunday demonstrates that
he is there with the goods. He has
the speed and the curves and with
good support will make a fine show
ing. Herrold who caught last Sun
day displayed great headwork and
gives every promise of being the
crack man of the saeson. The in
field work last Sunday couldn't have
been Improved upon, the boys work
ing together like clockwork and
leaving no gaps in the field for hits
to search out McCauley, Fitzgerald
Mann and Droege are a mighty fast
infield and will make the drovers
look like the proverbial two spot
Kelly, Beal and Mason have been
putting up a great outfield and will
do that same act in jthe future,
There is a report that Larson is to
be back on the team and if this is
true he will prove a tower ot strength
to it and help it out of many a tight
hole. He is a clean, speedy, heady
fielder and a strong and scientific
batter and with him in the game the
prospects for winning will Jump
Altogether the outlook was never
better for the team and for good,
clean, manly base ball.. The stock
yards team is the first victims and
the Townsends and Hollys will also
bite the dust. ' The boys are smart
ing over the game with the Hollys
and are determined to go after them
again and get their goat next time.
The games which are scheduled for
the future are all good ones and
promise to be exciting.- The team
should be encouraged as it has built
up a record which stands well for
Plattsmouth and which Is known the
state over. A large crowd every
Sunday Is something which the city
can and should turn out and the team
should get the accompanying shekels
for lt takes money to make a good
and Whooping Cough. They slay
thousands that Dr. King's New Dls-
were made covery could have saved. "A few dos
es cured our baby of a very bad
case of Croup," writes Mrs. George
B. Davis, of Flat Rock, N. C, "We
always give it to him when he takes
cold. Its a wonderful medicine for
Best for Coughs, Colds,
For quick relief and lasting cures. Weak Lungs. 50c, $1.00. Trial bot-
Plattsmouth evidence Is now com
Plattsmouth testimony is confirm
Reports of early relief substan
Cures doubly proved by test of
Let a Plattsmouth citizen speak.
C. Tyler, Rock street. Plattsmouth,
Neb., says: "About two years ago
when suffering from
across my loins and acute pains
through my back when I moved, I
procured Doan's Kidney Pills from
Gering & Co.'s drug store and used
them. They benefited me so great
ly that I publicly recommended them.
I have been so free from kidney trou
ble since then that I do not hesitate
to verify my former testimonial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Guaranteed by F. G. Frlcke
A Proud Ihid.
A card received in this city by
Mrs. R. A. Bates from Mrs. J. C
Peterson at Sterling, Col., reports
the advent of a bouncing ten pound
boy in the family of Edmund Spies
at that point. The father is stated
a lameness t0 be ne f the proude8t ,n the
constructlon of the cars, defective
he had been confined to his homeLM tii ho aia knnon
and had gradually failed. thA ear 1umDfid tn. track and track even pebble on the ralls htv
. . . 1 - ..., A,4 f..nn.nH. tn H aa 1 1 h An. rw
Nr. iucntweis was Dorn in tms aa lt waa .olnK Bt a pretty good OD"c" v
city on June 15, 1878. and at the ..,. n, .,. ,t tliriMMi over and eltaer km or crlpP,e tne crew' m
tiem of his death was 31 years. 11 Lver catchlng 8eevral of the mea this case the men Injured were rld-
montns ana Z3 days or age. He was ,, .n a. .nnn . nn.. uu luc "vu Ul luo VBl BUU
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph glble tne men plcked themselves up hen "" the ",, they
Leuchtwels and Is survived by his from the track wnere they nad beea thrown directly under the car. Had
motner, tne rather having preceded hurled b tne wreck and took aa In- "V"' ' 7 .T I k. m
him to the Better Land some vears . .u... 1 load of men the probabilities are
i veuiury oi iueii iujuhco.
since. In addition to the mother. t. . n,m.. cnh
'1 1L 1UUUU a.UOl A IIUUlUU aWMVaa
deceased is survived by three Bis- a wen known employe living on west
ters and four brothers. Of these, ,i i n,i, .iv nmo tho vnrot
Miss Frances Leuchtwels lives In this lnlured of the creWi he sustaining
city, wrs. jonn mumm lives at kock Bovora ininru nnH hlnr in
springs, wyo., ana nirs. lime uieve- ponnh1o nf tnkinir rar of himself.
land and to feel he is ten inches tall
er than before. Both mother and
son are doing nicely. Their many mon
good friends in this city will extend
their best wishes to the young man
and the father and mother.
land is a resident of Omaha. Of
the brothers, John is a resident of
this city, Henry Uvea at Cedar Creek,
Harry at Hanford, Cal., and Louis
at Louisville, Neb.
The funeral services of this pop
ular young man will take place next
Friday afternon from the home at
2 o'clock, Rev. W. L. Austin of the
Methodist church delivering the ser-
Interment will be at Oak Hill
Charles H. Massey was also found to
have been severely Injured and was
bruised, having also been caught un
der the car as It leaped the track.
Both men were so badly hurt that
they had to be brought back to the
depot in this city and the company
that both would have been killed.
George McDanlels was one of the
men on the car when lt jumped the
track. He has, perhaps, the clearest
and most definite story ot the ac
cident of any of the other men.
He states that the car had
ten men on lt, they being Messrs
Hobson, South, Massey, Barr, Sam-
mons, Grebe, McBrlde, Price, and
Jackson,, besides McDanlels. All
these men have been employed at
dlerent times on the Burlington in
different capacities, most of them
James Robertson and wife have
came home from their trip out to
Franklin, where they visited with
relatives for several days and the
belnsr carnenters. McDanlels Is th
The surgeon hurried to the depot biack8ralth wUh the crew at the
where a cursory examination was b ld Th , ft h . .
Th .nrrn,in, on mado of the men and South ordered L.ork and had croB8ed the curved
mother and brothers and sisters Uken t0 hl" hme hl'e Ma"fljr had bridge north of the city and were
so rar recoverea inai ue coum to...e , throunh the cut Just west of
rinwn tn thn offlc of the surwon n . u
sympathy of all in their great be- " . , , . . n wnen mey saw amoKe hi we vauej
lor iremuieiii. Muaaej a ihjuii Rear the brldget They Stopped
were found 'to be painful but not pumD,nK and wero watChlng th
serious. They were mostly on the ,hov thmiirht t mi-h htt
left side of the body, the face being L ., Cftmnir thn hiii Th.r
Fine Ilain Today.
Tli a ni-rt f u'hrt '!- thai t armlnir i
I kniilon1 an1 allnnart iin tno iat r nrm I . .... ......
little ditty commencing "Oh! What " , J V, ced or the cut and into the
tani w riur nnn it nrii l uan u nn i mi' i k i . .
Is so rare as a day In June" should " ' : " V. . 7 ePen running upon a nil just west
Death at Weeping Water.
Word was received here this morn
ing of the death of Mrs. Mary A.
Baldwin, who is known to quite a
genial clerk of the court Is once have been located around these parts 6 to Bome exte"t! th,e leff le , of the cut. At this point the car
more behind his desk at the court m,. .h. h.o Jured .and the right leg also hurt. JumDed tDe track. Mr. McDaniela
I void aia uiun n uvu tiiv wiv avwova a . . . . : i - -
house. Mr. Robertson reports crops k...n rmm.n h.. w 1B0 some severe wa8 on th front f tb ,
as looking fine west ot Hastines with Lk a bruises about the chest. He will be 8outh and MaB.ey and he mad. .
I wc; vvuviuuvvi iv wiuv uvnu uuui ltJl a 1 09 0 m I
great indications. East of that point the dew became very nearly a real com,e,,ou lu lVk c" leap to get clear of the car aa it
they look worse and are apparently rain. For a whUe there waa every B 7 went oft the raUs' 8,n8 down tn
poorer in this part of the country indication that this part of the world Boreness. embankment and recelveing a severe
than elsewhere. Corn will make a i fnr . ki ,.ki- Tne company surgeon maae an ex- fa), He was not hurt, however, and
number of people here. Mrst Bald- g00d crop according to him if we ,hnv.r htrh would .w.mn thin mlnlon of Souths Injuries, find- soon pIcked hlmBelf D at the foo
k. . . . . n J . - - I " r If . I 4. K..l. I
win was me mower oi v,. v. ma tare warm weather rrom now on, al- and make the roina- mla-htr uncom- 8 ' u.u.DC 0r the embankment. He saw South
mar. diwuiu, uyiu8 m neei--s inouxn ii is rawer smau ana oaci ftP.v.i. .innv h ana Massey unaer tne car whea n
Water, and had reached the ripe ward yet. h" .., La ...a .k. J from Bhock- The exact extent of his ,ooked UD and he hurried to their
age of eighty-two years. Several lB ,iin ... . injuries, however, the surgeon could aB8,8tance, Xhe car had 8to d
wnrM inrtvinw ,,.h KHah nlnot "tate but thT Ire such M to before reaching the edge of the bank.
Co WaII Flf Ct P"-ts from the country indicate the f.reventj!,IB g,ng t0 '0T 8fm6 Had " on Jut Uttle farther
OCT Weil rilSt ra, a8 ault8 teneral and tend. time. There Is a possibility of in- lt would have rolled over the bank
ed over a big scope of territory. lt ernai njurie8, although this is not and probabljr caught hlm under u
-i.u - .w,,Kl Wr ,.,.k i nu.a MI urouuuie. m u,9 tB H, 8 0f the ODinion the wreck tu
Hut return.. than others the extent of the down- frm Bhckf con8,deed caused by the failure to repair th
.-jt .... .... probably the greatest of any of their., if ... in v.j -v, j .
. .. . 7 ' 7 I . " .:..Tri.A -hn v.. tn th iirk "i pour varying striKingiy. u inter- - - ' - . .. .uu IWMV
estimaDie lady and ner tffcJS'JZfoin pock... p.r lor our mdl. fered to some extent with those who Injuriee- and rickety. He had warned th
d great regret among ein.iMtuui to brml7ouneipi Poninntin, rm for h thirH South is a married man and has a company officials of the daneeroua
hmn uwd and racomoandwl in eTnir.clty nd I . . . .. ... , 1 wife and two children. He has been condition of thn cup. Bronrrlin.
i himlrt In America. ThT r poilUTely itand. "u iiujo um ub roubibi iuui - - , ' . " ' ' v
An Ideal HiiNhand rd ui rery communlti-na very wnr. of them Rr through now and no I reBiueui tu wis cuy wr a numuer nis siory, some lime ago Out they
i -Tkan hi n& tfa rsxin. ana i Tour riH. iuv i i A i. i l - ....
is Datlent even with a naeelng wife other mimai nd uWum medidneeT very large amount of damage was 01 'ears pa81 ana up 10 inree weeKi natt iaKen no eP8 to get it in sbap
for he knows she needs help. She S.iiy id vi. Bhoop'iRe.tortiT.. done by the water. The new road on " e'"y,UJCU , ilulB conumon was re-
may be so nervous and run-down in 5 K"KTto bottom to tho ferry wh,ch 18 , T .v . 'r we irouuie. ineotner
health that trifles annoy her. If she & "wi wSa w,m brin, ihemUk u nearly completed got a baptismal dip p,ace t0 JIn tne carpenter crew at men on the car'wlth the exception ot
i mpinnoholv. pxdtfthl. tronhled Pl'i't.r" ' rtSZlZZX. "C"- of the rain and there is qutle a lot ""11 u"u0 ""ey were uninjured.
, , , . fymtcjiu iwniryi tan vuitu.v ..uw uuw .... I
with loss of appetite, headache, con- that whenrrl huh faiii to of water along in the borrow pits
i r nnnnn win i
htloation. sleenlessness or fainting .imi.it -11 J I n f Fl oar the dn.. along tne roaa.
and dizzy spells, she needs Electric t'.lun 30 day treatment LtiySmntoi not paCKea aown enou8Q t to per-
Bltters-tne most wonderrul remedy But writ me flnt tor an order. uu wiw we ram uu u, u
days' since, she sustained a severe
accident, having fell down stairs at
the home of her son, C. C. Baldwin,
with whom she was living. This
was not tne direct cause or ner
death, however, as pneumonia was
what caused her taking away. She
was a most
her many friends.
K. N. K. Mwts.
Ladies of the K. N. K.'s met in
are prices for work done by thla
club: Quilting 75c per spool; Com-
A. 11.1 A . .
for a i ng mw becomes decidedly soft. The wea h- regular session last Thursday at the --- l HunDonneU 35c;
nfl .1., .,., Kenosha Christian church. After a' plaln Bewing reasonable price per
Xr1 with thunder showers today and bort period of social conversation,
ooniibie drug. tint in almost BhnWpr Thnrerinv Th wnrmr work was begun in earnest and scon
IJ a lLVw!17w5r .hr win ha vrv u,.ini nH needles were busily plying. Quilt
M, M T tick.
sufferers from female troubles, nerv
ous troubles, backache and weak kid
neys have used them and become
healthy and happy. Try them. Only " "
. . . ... J. medloinet to the
50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by F. whirh book you
G. Frlcke & Co.
no par." weather will be very welcome and neeuie e.o u.n
TThembK is badly needed, although the show- n was carried on during the af;
blow will turely open np new and hslpful ldM ftrB ot nurtlrnlnrl v denlred
tothoiewhoarenotwell.Bnslcl.-eyonareporiwt ers are n01 Particularly atsireu.
ITor Cougfhs Take This
Do you know a remedy for coughs and colds nearly seventy
years old? There Is one Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Once
in the family, it stays. It is not a doctor, does not take
the place of a doctor. It is a doctor's aid. Made for
the treatment of all throat and lung troubles. Ask
your own doctor his opinion of it. Follow his advice.
NO alCOhol in thlS COUgh medicine. . C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mau.
ly free to consult tne Junta) ynu would your home
physician. My adrire and tia book below art
yourt aud without coat.
Perhapi a word or two from me will clear op
ternoon, the quilt being furnished
by Mrs. G. W. Schrader. For a lady
Doing Good Work. of her years lt certainly proved a
Uncle Ben Ileckman and his gang handsome piece of work. This estl-
ometer oni aliment. I have helped thousand! I , . v, iv i,0v thn malilo lady dnnftrvos much credit for
tirlVAUl I ul 1 numciD n i . u u .. " - i . -
plan. My ben
worth ynur simple
now, while you
orp Jnnioiml past week on the Plattsjiouth mall her faithful work and untiring Ih-
pieJT O I rw'neit! pVwrita route to King hill and beyond and terest in behalf of the K. N. K., she
garment. All day's sewing at the
homes, for Cc per member, hostess
to furnish refreshments.
All members are requested to pay
back dues, that the year may begin
with a clear record. See Mrs. Fern
Hendricks as to the amount of as
sessment. Members ' are reouested
to be present next Thursday, and
to bring a friend with them.
rXd. Tomorrow never eom.. .K.ini'S floi have gotten it into good shape ac- being one of the charter members.
u. Eanioe. wu. , Lnrfiinir tn fhnRn who live down In At a late hour in the afternoon,
wkick Book than i Yt .. . iocanty They will continue at when all were ready to disperse, a
Ho. 1 On Dyipepila No. 4 for Woinaa ... ., .ui. .u anH hv ht rouHlnir sone servico wan Induleed In
j y-- I l " U nui n lino pvv. ' " " " w I a
NoieOaRheumatlna. Ulme will have the entire route clean- for some twenty minutes, and each
ed up and In good shape. This road lady went Dome reeling glad to nave
Is being made one of the best in the been there. Tho K. N. K. extends a
countv and the work on lt reflects cordial Invitation to everyone to
Mgreat credit on Uncle Ben and the come and enjoy a good time every
force Thursday afternoon. The following
You cannot recover promptly if your boweli are constipated. Ayer's Pills are gently lax
ative; act directly on the liver. Sold for nearly sixty years. Ask your doctor all about them.
No. 3 On the Iloart
No. I On Ui Kidney
Ubo "Forest Rose" flour if you
want the best results In making good
bread. Try a sack and you will buy
no other. For sale by all leading
Mrs. F. W. Noltlng is among thos
spending the day in Omaha, having"
been a passenger on the morning
train for that city.
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