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There is one man in the United State who hat pchant heard
more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the
country. These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame, but
lao secrete 01 sunenng, and tney tiave
it. . rierce in tne nope and expectation ot advice and help.
That few oi these women have been disappointed in their ex
pectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent, of
all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and
. altogether cured. Such record would be remarkable if the
cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. But when
that record applies to the treatment of more than hatf-a- mil
lion women, in practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal.
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as the first of
specialists in the treatment of women's diseases.
Every sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without
charge. All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without
nny printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write without fear as with
out tee, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest..
Buffalo, N. Y.
DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION
3Vf1g gs WoU "XXToxxx&ix Strong,
1 SiolK. women Woll,
Wheut Crop Heavy.
In conversation with Mr. WLeeler
ot the Gorder Implement store, the
writer learned that the wheat crop
of this vicinity has been exceptionally
good this season. The above named
firm having gold eleven thousand
pounds of twine already this season.
T. E. Todd living west of Flatts
mouth a few miles had the heaviest
wheat this year he has raised for
some seasons. Mr. Todd, by the
way, adopted a novel Idea for power
to run his binder this season, and
found that his scheme worked fine.
He had attached to his binder a three
horse power engine, to which he
geared the sickle and binder device,
then with his two gray horses pro
ceeded to harvest his crop of wheat.
The load seemed light for the span
of horses, which stepped around the
field as if attached to a spring wag
on. The plan saved the work of at
least three more horses as the ex
ceedingly heavy grain would have
required not less than five horses to
have operated the machine.
Any lady can get a silvered "No
Drip" Coffee Strainer by writing Dr.
Shoop, flacine, Wis. Send no money.
Simply ask for the 'INo-Drip" Coupon
privilege, giving your adaress. Dr.
Shoop will also send free his new and
very Interesting little book describing
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Health
Coffee Is such a close Imitation of
real Coffee, lhat It requires an ex
pert to tell the difference.. And
- neither is there a grain of real cof
fee In it. Made from pure toasted
grains, malt and nuts, its flavor and
taste is exceedingly gratifying. No
tedious boiling either. "Made In a
minute," says Dr. Shoop. Write to-
nay ior me dook ana io-urip uou-
pon. Sold by F. S. White.
The Influence of the Sun.
The sun has a great and useful in
' fluence on our body and we should,
as much as possible, enjoy sunshine.
It enriches our blood and this means
health and strength. Although the
blood does not need as much nourish
ment during summer, as it does dur
ing the winter, we must be very care-
ful to preserve a healthy appetite. As
soon as we feel any change in It,
Triner's American Elixir of Bitter
Wine should be used. It will sharpen
the appetite and strengthen all or
gans of the digestion. This remedy
is a great help in all diseases of the
stomach and of the intestines, be
cause it will clean out these organs
and at the same time give them new
vigor. Use one-half of a wine glass
ful three times a day before meals,
and note the excellent effect. You
will have a good appetite, pure blood,
strong nerves. At drug stores. Jos.
Trlner, 1333-1339 So. Ashland ave.,
FOR SALE A snap. TUree room
liouse in gooa repair with new well
end pump and outbuildings. Good
garden covering the greater part of
two lots. One lot with house. Title
clear. Close in and handy to shops.
Pnoe $450. Terms can be arranged.
Inquire at the Journal office.
Floyd Chalfant and wife departed
tMs morning for Harwell, Neb., where
.they will make a visit of several day3
with friends and relatives. They
drove up this morning from their
home near Murray to taVe the Bur
Kllcy Jones made a flying trip to
Omaha this morning accompanying
"Mrs. Nels Jones that far on her jour
s:ey to Moudlow, Mo., where Mrs.
-Tones will reside with her son. Will
J. W. HUGHES
Live Stock and General
Five years successful calling
verniers me thoroughly capa
of handling your sal.'.
f lwcfcreuoos fro:.i those I have sold
See me at Perkins Hotel
oeen connded to Ur, V ft
Increases School Fund.
In the first day of July, two of
Louisville's citizens engaged In an al
trecation which resulted in both par
ties, Frank Wannamker and Clark
Core being hauled before his honor,
Judge Lewis of that village and fined
$10 and costs. On the 8th day of
July Core made a complaint before
the same magistrate, that Wanna
maker had on the 5th of July made
divers threats against his life and
did say he would slay Core on sight,
or words to that effect, whereupon
Judge Lewis Issued a peace warrant
against Wannamker and had the ob
sterperous gentleman placed In the
toils of the law. The Judge put the
accused under a bond of $1'.0 and
sent the case to Judge Travis. Wan
namker retained Judge Sullivan, and
with his counsel appeared before
Judge Travis and would not admit his
guilt, so the matter, was retained for
trial and the date fixed for the 27th.
But the hearing did 'not 'take place
onihat date for the reason that Judge
Travis was called to Nebraska City
to hold court. According the matter
was continued until the 30th, when It
will be tried In the district court, and
justice meeted out as the court
shall see just.
Teething children have more or
less diarrhoea, which can be con
trolled by giving Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. All
that Is necessary is to give the pres
cription dose after each operation of
the bowels more than natural and
then castor oil to cleanse the system.
It i3 safe and sure. Sold by all
Hcie From Wallace, Idaho.
E. T. Bates, brother of Colonel M.
A. Bates, came In from his home at
Wallace, Idaho, last evening, accom
panied by Mr. Ed. H. Adams,, of the
same place. Mr. Adams represents
the Black Hear Consolidated Mining
company, the mills of which are lo
cated near Wallace, and is here for
the purpose of selling otoek in said
company for the purpose of develop
ing said mines. Mr. Adams carries
with him several specimens of the
ore taken from the mines, which
he will be glad to show to parties who
are interested in such things, and ex
plain the mode by which the mines
are to be developed. The gentlemen
will remain in the city several days
visiting, and Mr. Adams during their
stay, will be glad to make the ac
quaintance of those who choose to
call and examine samples of the ore.
Er; Krlst of, Louisville is in the
city today called here by the Wanna-
maker trial. He returned this af
ternoon to his home.
IF SICK--WHY PAY
Unless Health Firtt Returns.
V.cxD is what ahouid ii:il can bo rtoiio!
Now you v.'iuld not willingly pur for food
that i tlilusi .voiiUl yuir.'
Tlion why wi formciirinnunf!' tbiitmedt
tins tlrU prow U joii it- ui tuHl woitl'.'
Positively knowicit 't 'Jr. Hln-.np's Re
Itorntivoe.in do (urtliti Mrk, 1 say to nil "ilou't
ly iml-ss h. altli t"i-l t mrii.-i". Ami I l orlciiiy
Itaitnriitiro Willi a sh'tu'U uiul sciUtii 'M (iay "No
hulp, No pay" r.m!i-,i l.
I liuiltivnly jiWtro to ttw r'(V evorywhers
that "lr. t-luvqs JinlultiUrv isubsulu.it
!y J M if it fails". U- mluT dmuo same
ur el: pas tlmir proscription liy.
It you lined ino!' Btii'Klli, mnm vitality,
more vigor or worn viM. tisi' my Itrstorutiva a
tow Uuja and noln the Inniidliaui Iinn-ovi'im-ut.
.VT"n the suumuli, Hrt. or Khlnt-ya fro
wronir, iln-ii t'-st Ur.Siiiuiii'a ;i.s!nratlvi. 1 do not
ilowj tluiSloiimi li nor ;iiuuinlitl'.u llr irtor Kid-n-'V.
for that Iswrni R. Vi'ar-airolnistawiiy that
niistalo-n Idea in medicine. Th- liookn below will
b;;t HI you how ! :u .-ikvo dlnir.
Tln'xo book a -i Ml oi n tiny hlddon "In
iMe nervo," no luru. rt1 r.n u sillteii tliimnl. They
toll lunv that nervo, until it J.ola. ueiiinliy kivi
to fi ) Hi n rt In potvor, Its tiiiw, its uevoroiulliii
action or Imi iilsi).
TlieVu hook will open up new snd help'n)
Id 'ti to tiin!) who r not well. They Ml In.w
Ihetoniiicli.and Kldtieyseaeli l'viUieir"lr...ldr
it lowvr nerve. Tin y t-'ll how the Ke-;tnn-.tivt
win esDorlatly mnde to r"r!i and revitalize '!:'
iv.ikor (aiiiiiK in.diln ner'e All of these fu tt
eil wliy I am ab'.n to njr, "It It ftvn If it (ail".
Till, it why I .ay 'V, At ho chnti'f.t.n a
medicine whose vmkt'r fiiw not bock, it
juat as I do by this nmarknbte offer",
8o write me today for tlio ord'-r.
I have appointed honmt and repon'Mt
Irttiriflst in nearly every aiuiuiuiuty to imuiLt
lUKdu'ines to the sick.
lint wrlt mo first for tlm order.
All drnirclsH ll I'r. Slump' Retort'T
but all are not ani)iori;i"l t kivo tne ilay u st
Ho drop tne a linn plense mid thn av
wppolminent and delay. Toll U.a ultu wUicb
hook you need.
A postal will do.
I'.eildej. yon iiro fri to rontilt me m v.
would your lmlnu J'hyli iaii. My advln ttiid u
lAtuk below are your and without cot.
I'erhapaworilorto fnim me will rltr
np lonio er!onallmeiit. I have neltwd thomnndi
uiM)ti thoiisiinds hy my private proerlttiii oi
perwnal ndvlifl plan. My best nlfort In inrt-ly
worth your aimplriiiit. Ho w rite now whIU
you hav' it (resh in iiilu l, for tomorrow Uuvai
come. Dr. Kboop, Ilo 1J, Kacme, M.
Wblik 8ok Ihill t Raail Toit
No. I On riypPia . No. 4 For Women
No. ! tin th H firt No. b Vor Mn
No. i Un the K.,JneJI Iu. C On lUiumaUJA
All Arrangements Perfected for
the Gathering, Beginning
County Superintendent Miss Foster,
iufotuis the Journal that the ar
rangements for the county annual In
stitute which begins here on August
8th are nearlng completion, and the
coming session bids fair to be the
best institutes held In the county.
This is the first institute held in
Plattsmouth since C. S. Wormian was
superintendent. The Plattsmouth peo
ple will enjoy a treat, if they realize
what the lectures are worth and en
courage them by their presence.
The program will be one of the
best ever offered to the teachers of
this county. Dr. A. E. Wlnshlp of
Boston, said to be the finest educa
tor in the United States, is to be here
and deliver a lectuce each day, and
It is more than likely that he will be
invited to use the opera house on
The domestic science department
will be one of much interest, and the
ladles of the city are especially Invit
ed to hear Miss Gertrude Rowan, who
will lecture each day from 10 to
11:30. There will be one session of
this department in the court room.
Other lecturers of equal Interest on
various topics will be heard during
the institute. There are from 130
to 1 HO teachers In the county, and
with the public which is invited, the
session will be full of Interest. On
Monday evening there will be a re
ception tendered the teachers and in
structors end guests, to which every
one Is invited who has any interest
in educational matters.
The people of the city have re
sponded quite well to the request of
Miss Foster to open their homes to
the teachers, but a few more places
could be used. Miss Foster hopes
the sessions may be well attended
by the Indies. and others in the city,
so that the speakers may feel a de
gree of inspiration In, their work.
T 1 1 1 3 will add much to the success of
The Hottest Vet.
Last night was the warmest night
of the summer so far. The govern
ment thermometer at the nriilngton
station hovered around 76 above all
nisht and sleep was almost out of
question. Theie seemed to be a great
deal of humidity' in the air nu the
nii,iit u.s one ef the nio.st uncom
fortable spent in this locality in many
years. Yesterday was an excessively
hot day and the fall in the tempera
ture when i night came on was not
sufficient to make any great change
in conditions as the humidity rose
with the coming on of night. Opera
tor Moore of the Burlington, states
that the temperature during the night
did not vary very much and but a few
decrees separated the early evening
rerister from lhat of this morning.
The people who want hot nifihts to
mature the corn crop couldn't kick
on last night as it was hot enough for
This morning started in with ev
ery prospect of shattering all records
for the year for heat, the sun blazing
down with relentless fury upon the
earth which is dry and which the
small rains of the past several months
has failed to revive to any appreci
able extent. There was a breeze
which tempered the heat to a degree
but even with it, the day wn3 most
uncomfortable and disagreeable. In
dications point to the probability of
thunder storms for some days yet to
come and there is no Indication of a
change which wifl be of permanent
benefit to crops and people.
The promise ot tnj early morning
of a hot day has been borne out by
the facts registered by the thermom
eter this afternoon. At different
places the temperature registered
varied to a considerable degree. It
ranged from 102 to 106 along the
street owing to the location and It
proved easily that today was the hot
test day of the year easily. The
heat is scorching and burning things
in all directions and will do Issepar
ahle damage It is feared. There Is
small show for relief and little indi
cation of lower temperatures at any
place. People as well as animals are
Buffering from the excessive heat
end much complaint is heard on all
sides concerning the weather.
Old Sol this afternoon Just to show
V was a good fellow pushed the liq
uid In the government gungo up to
.".brut as high a point as ever existed
l i (lie memory of man. The scale
rt the Burlington station marked 108
('e;;rccs which Is something marvel
t tit and which has not been approacn
t d since the great drouth summer of
18.il, sixteen years ago. The heat as
tho afternoon wore on was almost
intolerable and mnn and beast sufr
foved alike from it. Reports from
tii?, country are rather gloomy and
Irv jcate great loss and damage to the
growing crops from the severe heat.
lr. Klster SHW lHntl Parlors.
Dr. W. B. Elster, the dentist and
ity clerk of the city, today concluded
the salejjf. his deutaL parlors anil bus
iness to Dr. R. X. Ransom' or Brock.
Neb., and within a few days Dr. Ran
som takes possession. Dr. Ransom
comes to the city i:h the best of
recommendations, being a graduate of
the Omaha Dental college and a mod
ern and up to date dentist. It Is
announced that Dr. Ransom intends
to refit the Elster parlors with the
mosj modern and up to date dental
instruments and that he will pro
ceed to give the public the very best
of service with the latest and most
approved methods in this work. He
bids fair to make good here and to
add to the large and lucrative prac
tice which Dr. Elster has builded up.
The plans of the latter gentleman are
not announced and it la probable that
several days will elapse before he can
definitely announce Just what they
will be. The many friends of Dr.
Elster and his estimable wife will
hope to have them remain In this
city or In the event of a change that
they move but a short distance away
where they may be seen often. They
have a large circle of good friends
here who will hope for their future
success and prosperity wherever they
KEEP THEJtiDNEYS WELL
Health is Worth Saving, and
Soms Plattsmouth People Know
How to Save It.
Many Plattsmouth people take
their lives in their hands by neglect
ing the kidneys when they know that
these organs need help. Sick kidneys
nre responsible for a vast amount of
suffering and ill health, but there Is
no need to suffer nor to remain In
danger when all diseases and aches
and pains due to weak kidneys can
be quickly and permanently cured by
the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Here
Is a Plattsmouth citizen's recommen
dation. J. L. McKinney, Lincoln Ave.,
Plattsmouth, Neb., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills procured from deling &
Co.'s drug store, have been used In
my family and have brought prompt
relief from kidney disorders after
other remedies failed. In 1006 I
publicly recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills for the benefit of other kidney
sufferers and at this time I have no
reason whatever to withdraw one
word from that statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milb'irn Co., Buffalo,
New York. 3ole agents tor the United
P.etrember the name Doan's
r.nd take no other.
Convention a Hot One.
J. E. McDanlel returned this ar
ternoon from Grand Island where he
was in attendance upon the Demo
cratic sta'e cor.ven.ion. r He reports
the gatnerlng to hae been a mon
ster one and one in which the fire
few from the start to finish. Al
though he went out to Grand Island
on Monday he was unable to get a
room as the city was overrun with
visitors, there being a great crowd
on hand for the gathering. The con
vention was about as lively as the
Nebraska Democrats ever had in this
state and when they had finished
county option was certainly a dead
duck so far as their platform was
concerned. The convention itself
was a large one and the two sides of
the option question were presented
in a brilliant and able manner. The
sentiment of the convention, how
ever, was so distinctly, anti-option
that there was never any doubt as
to the outcome. Mr. McDanlel feels
that prospects for a sweeping Demo
cratic victory this fall are bright des
pite the fierce undertone of the con
vention fight. The sentiment was to
defeat county option and the pro
nounced position of the Republicans
on the matter precluded anyone vot
ing with them this fall.
Locales In Oninlui.
Dr. W. B. Elster arter the 15th of
August will bo found In his elaborate
ly furnished parlors on the sixth
floor of the City National bank build
ing, Sixteenth street, Omaha. This Is
the new sky scraping building Just
being completed and can be seen for
miles towering above all others In the
city. The doctor's numerous friends
note with pleasure his advancement
and progress In his chosen profes
sion. He has been very successful In
tho practice in this city and will no
doubt soon become popular with the
Omaha public. Tho Journal jester
day noted the fact that tho doctor
had sold his practice here, to give
possession August 15th, when tho of
fices In Omaha will bo ready for
Soreness or the muscles, whether
Induced by violent exercise or Injury,
Is quickly relieved by the frco ap
plication of Chamhcrlaln'B Liniment.
This liniment Is equally valuable for
muscular rheumatism, and always af
fords quick relief. Sold by all dealers.
1 1ID ROBBED
Victim Is Stripped of Clothing and
Thought to Be
Union, Neb.. July 27, 1910.
(Special.) This village aud vicinity
is considerably wrought up over a
daring holdup and robbery which
took place night before last at a
point near the Missouri Pacific depot
and which might have resulted In the
sacrifice of a human life as well. The
victim of the crime was Pete Framp
ton, a negro and a brother of Hall
Frampton who was sent to the state
penitentiary at Lincoln several years
ago from Nebraska City. The victim
was also a brother-in-law of Thomas
Mason, a negro, well known in the
vicinity of this place and other points
In southern Cass county.
Frampton was employed in the
stone quarries at Nehawka and had
been to Omaha for a day or so. Re
turning homo on Monday evening he
was seated on a truck at the Missouri
Pacific station when he was approach
ed by a white man and a negro whom
he is unable to describe and whom
the authorities have small hopes of
locating. These men thought that
Frampton had been drinking and that
this was a fact seems evident al
though there is no proof In sight to
bear out the assertion. They ap
proached Frampton and told him that
they had something to drink hid out
down the track from tho depot and
invited him to share in It.
Frampton was In favor of this and
proceeded to walk down the track
with them for a distance estimated at
about 2,300 yards. Here he sud
denly found himself confronted with
a drawn revolver In the hands of one
of tho men and told to stand and de
liver. He thought the men were Jok
ing and at first, was not disposed to
pay any attention to the command but
suddenly he found that It was not a
Joke but a grim reality which he was
confronted with. The two men made
him undress down to the last gar
ment which covered his nakedness,
threatening him with death if he
Will Marry In Omnhit Today.
A bridal party left the city this
morning for Omaha where the nup
tial knot will be tied today. The
party consisted of the groom, Cornel
ius Bengen, tho bride-to-be, Miss
Ireno Bradway, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Stones, the latter being a sister
of the groom. The parties to the
ceremony are well known in this city
and vicinity, the groom being a son
of C. Bengen and wife, the well
known citizens of Mynard. He Is a
most industrious and energetic young
man and one who stands very high
In the community for his ability and
his sterling worth. He is a young
farmer who Is thoroughly at home In
his business and who can refer with
pride to the splendid work which he
has done during the time he has been
farming for himself. The bride is a
very popular young lady of this city, a
daughter of Mrs. John Gelser and a
young lady who has many very ex
cellent friends In this city and local
ity. Both of the contracting parties
are personally very popular in this
locality and have many good friends
who will be glad to note their depart
IT is a long way from the city to the
farmhouse. Yet a Bell telephone
eliminates the distance.
It keeps all members of
the city dweller in immediate communication with rela
tives in the country. .
The Bell telephone unites thousands o" cities, towns
and villages so that your telephone i.s the center of the
AT II, NEBRASKA
Tied to Railroad Track-It is
Work of Tramps.
failed to follow their commands. They
told him they would blow his head
off if he did not do as he was told
j and after he had done what they
commanded him to do, they proceed
ed to tie his hands behind him and
to bind his feet together.
They then left after threatening
him with death If he made any appeal
for help. They laid him down beside
the railroad tracks after they had
bound him and left him In such a po
sition that a passing train might have
easily ran him down and destroyed
him. It was probably an hour or so
later before he raised a cry for help
which attracted the attention of soma
of the residents and which caused a
searching party to be sent out. This
party located him and released him
from his fetters.
The booty secured consisted of his
clothes and $5 in money which he
had. So far no clue has been dis
covered as to the identity of the men
who perpetrated tho outrage and
there Is small reason to believe any
will be found. The Impression which
prevails Is that Frampton was held up
and robbed by some tramps who were
traveling through tho town from Kan
sas City to Omaha or from the latter
point to the former and who had seen
Frampton setting on the truck and
concluded he would be an easy mark.
There has been a large number ot
tramps passtng through this place for
some time now, some en route to Om
aha and others to Lincoln from the
south. This place being a Junction
point for the two lines, makes it a
difficult point to keep free from these
people and there is a good deal ot
wonder expressed that robberies and
holdups are not more frequent or
that more serious crimes do not take
place. The citizens are becoming tired
r9 a nnnciont In mi rolnno onrl mil.
UL 11117 I WIIOIUIII, lin Itl iiliMia uina vi w l
,bles which are being caused by the
'presence of the tramps and they are
I In favor of putting a speedy end to
ure upon the matrimonial seas aud
who wish them the greatest of suc
cess In their venture upon married
Notice li Farmer.
We are now in the market for alt
the chickens, ducks, geese or any
farm poultry that you might have.
We also have the akency for the
Bloomer Creamery nt Council Blutfs
and will buy all the cream you bring
In. Pay you cash and test it th
same day you bring it in. Try and
sell your cream one month and see it
It Is Isn't ensjer and more money in
it than to make butter.
Also, our auto delivery is out in
the country every day. Call ua up
and get. your meat or groceries for
threshing. Always call ua the day
before you want the goods so we will
pet the order before wo start as wo
start early In the n.o.-lug. Tele
phone No. 4.
Yours For Business,
Hatt & Son.
Mrs. C. R. Burdlck Is spending a
few days visiting at Des Moines, la.
the family united and puts
ilebraska Telephone Go.
livery Dell Telephone is a Land Dis-
- '' "lance Stat hit.
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