The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, August 25, 1910, Image 2
r TO OUR STORE FRIDAY OR SATURDAY! For these two days and for cash only, we will sell a pure all-wool blue ser,re men's suit for Q2 Wo This price does not represent the suit. These are clean tips from line.- that sold at $12, $15 and $18 and are first-class hih-rade suits. We cannot duplicate them at the price and we cannot guarantee that you will find your size in these unless you come on Friday. See them in our corner window. In our west window you will see genuine Shawknit sox at 18c. You should takeadvantage of these bonafide price reductions. There's no easier way for you to make money. 8. i. UosGott's . Sons THE HOME OF SATISFACTION Now Fall Goods are Arriving Daily. 1116 1 HAS in Discharge of Powder Nearly Ruins Both His Eyes. Hoy Lamphear, the twelve year old son of Ccorgo Ijunphear and wife of this city, met with an accident Sat urday while visiting his cousins at Elmwood which alnioHt had a fatal ending for the unfortunate lad. Tho little boy with his brother and two cousins, one of them about fifteen years af age, were playing on the premises of Roy's undo and had somo gunpowder which they were testing. About a half of a smoking tobacco sack of powder was emptied out on a board, and Hoy applied a match when the entire charge flashed in his face, horribly burning his faco. .The accident occurred about eleven o'clock In the forenoon, and the boys boarded the flrnt train for IMntta. ' mouth where Dr. Cook was seen and i dressed tho Injured boy's burns. It was feared that both of Hoy's eyes . rare Injured. ho that the sight would be entirely destroyed, as his eyes wero both swollen shut when he ar rived at tho doctor's office, but Dr. f'rir.l nvn mlniil Vw..t. .1 9 t i .in limit M mi mi mm lUIUIll Hie eye, except tho lids, were not in jured. Tho little boy was on the Street yesterday en route from tho doctor's office and his entire facet and vhead was covered with whlto ban dages with no part of the face visible. The doctor hopes to bring blm , through but It was a very narrow escape that the little boy had from death and he Is fortunate that the ac Idouf. did licit .result. niore seiious ' Constipation causes headache, nau sea, dizziness, languor, heart palpita tion. Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken the bowels and don't cure. Doan's Reguleta act gently and cure constipation. 23 cents. Ask your druggist. Facts for Weak ESCAPE Nilic-teiilhs of nil li e i i kncmi et women is duo to inme arrangement or din i Bsc cd the orjjunri distinctly fuminiuc. Sucii bakncbs can bo cured ii cured tiry duy by Br, Pierce's Favorite Prescription It Mal es Vcsi: Women Jtrar,jt Sici; Women Well. It Si-Is diixclly on t'io or;;, live tonic fur tin v.iwk .. i i Iniinc. It riuUu uii.icc I ntl trcitiivnt .. imt. I"' ( ! ci i.' ,1. every imi'.io,t vu" V. tf ,!,., II i i . ..; ,, t'lot.e pc-iil r . i i, . , , v n ! ' .i V ., . . .. I .ens el jU, i, ," . i .. , . una Si mi- s i:,'', ' ... ,. , i.nd up-to-ilule i : ::!Vi i ent htiiirps to i t t . i ; binding for 31 ,i:nu, s. Addrcj.i I).: It. V Had HuhIiicns In (ho City. C. H. Harris and J. II. Ferris from southeast of Murray accompanied by E. L. Daniel, of Tuttle, Oklahoma, were In the city this morning looking after some business matters. Mr. Harris was returning home from a business trip to Omaha. Mr. Daniel Is a brother-in-law of Mr. Harris, and an old resident of Cass county up to a few years ago, when he pur chased a farm and moved to Okla homa. Ho reports everything In that locality in pretty fair condition. Mr. Harris paid the Journal office a brief call and In conversation with him we learn that he Is still in love with Cass county land, and to demonstrate this fact he has purchased another eighty acres, the James Harrow place, mostly timber land. The Darrow farm is located about three miles from Mr. Harris' fine farm home place. The conveyance was made today. August time, tells on the nerves. Cut that spiritless, no ambition feel ing can be easily and quickly altered by taking what is known to drug gists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Re storative. Within 49 hours after beginning to use the Restorative, im provement will be noticed Of course, full health will not immediately re turn. The gain, however, will surely follow. And best of all, you will rea lize and feel your strength and am bition as It Is returning. Outside Influence depress first the "Inside nerves," then the Stomach. Heart, and Kidneys will usually fall. To strengthen these falling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how quickly health will be yours aRalu. Sold by all dealers. Ice ("renin Social. The Ladles Aid at Mynaid will :lve an ice cream social at S. 0. Cole's building Friday evening,' Aug'usC'2(T', 1910. A short program Is being ar ranged. ' ; , t l'nt.iiici'N, Attention. " We want your cream, - Itrlng it any day, at any time. See It tested and get highest price In cash at our store. Try us on cream and pro duce. Zuckweller & Lutz. Women ". ..ilck' J i.. 1 1 is in (V t i;n; time n !rnernl rectorn-c-:i. I' c i-ci ici, ..- c.'i.irliiint ri;,l.t ill t!ie privacy n!, cvimiiiiiitions and ii id m Udiorrcnt to il.,:!i M.Y. UK 0 CELE I Havelock Shops to Be Dedicated With Festivities. The general committee in charge of the ceremonies and festivities to be held at the celebration of the open ing of the new Burlington shops at Havelock September 3, met last even ing. The committees In charge of the arrangements all reported but, with the exception of the advertising, the arrangements are still indefinite. A number of prominent Burlington officials will probably speak although the committee had not completed the arrangements. They also hope to se cure Governor Shallenberger for an address in the afternoon. The ad dresses will be held in the new ma chine shop which Is COO feet long and over 200 feet wide. Over 300 invitations have been sent out to Hurlington officials and the committee hopes to have a lare crowd present from Lincoln and oth er neighboring towns. The commit tee decided last night to use buttons for advertising together with large banners on the street cars. The program will begin at 2 p. m., and dose with a dance in the even ing. In addition to the addresses the program will consist of a concert by the Havelock band, quartet singing and possibly boiiio recitations by an elocutionist. Refreshments will be served by the ladles of Havelock. The business men of Havelock are planning to decorate their places of business for the occasBlon. The people of the city are taking a great deal of Interest in the celebration whic h they Intend to make a big affair. It is expected that a large number of Lin coln people will be present at the dedication. Lincoln Journal. Served as coffee, the new coffee substitute known to grocers every where as Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, will trick even a coffee expert. Not a grain of real coffee In it either, Pure healthful toasted grains, malt, nuts, etc., have been so cleverely blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor. And it Is "made in a minute." too. No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling. F. S. White. Gets on the Wrong Train. William Chunda of Omaha wa3 In the city this morning for a few min utes between trains. Mr. Chunda boarded the train at Omaha with some friends expecting to get out at the Illuffs and did not discover his mistake until he was rounding the curve toward Gibson. He tried to bribe the conductor to stop at Belle vue but not so. The train makes no stops between Omaha and. Flatts- motuh so the young man came to liattsmouth without further protest. He thought his friends had the laugh on him. Joseph Warga and Itiide Serenaded. Joe Warga and bride departed for Nebraska City, last evening where they will spend two clays with rela tives, after which they will depart for their home at Denver. Mr. Warga and his wife spoke warm words of praise for the excellont music given by the M. W. A. band on the lawn of Mr. Warga's father, in honor of the young married couple Monday even ing. The entire neighborhood are under obligations to the band for the fine serenade given at the time. Find Corn Crop Favorable. A. A. and F. H. Rullman, travel ing salesman for tho Rullman elec tric and hand power washer, arrived In liattsmouth this morning,, having left Hiawatha, Kas., clay before yes terday, making the trip by auto. They made as hiRhJas'ten towns a day en roittp, lahilvmade close, vobse-rvation o the cornfields and wero surprised to, flud,uop conditions much better than tuoj". had -expected. The corn from". Hiawatha to Flnttsmouth on the route taken by the travellers which zigzaged back and forth to the Missouri river to a line north of Hia watha, is in pretty fair condition and will make much more corn than a great many of the farmers claim. At one place on the Nebraska side near the south line they observed that the stock had been turned in to the corn field, while tho field Just across the road looked as if It would yield forty or fifty bushels of corn per a e. Fain anywhere stopped In 20 min utes sure with one of Dr. Shoop's Ping Fain Tablets. The formula is I on the 2-cent box. Ask your doc tor or druggist about this formula! Stops womanly pains, headache, pains anywhere. Write Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., for freo trial to prove value, of his Headache, or Fink Fain Tab lets. Sold by all dealers. C. I). (Julnton went to Weeping Water on legal business today, and Iik ldc;ital! . take in the fraternal rlcnlc. Oops Good at Fekln, III. Gearge sr. Adam Friedrich who have been the guests of their cousin, Commissioner M. L. Friedrich for a short time, departed this morning for Pierce county, Nebraska. Adam Friedrich resides at Pekln, 111., and Is engaged In farming there. Mr. Friedrich says the corn crop there is in a fair condition and will yield more per acre than corn in this lo cality. Cut in case the rains are not suffffkient from this time on the yield will be considerably reduced. F Well Known Among Burlington Employes In This City and At Pacific Junction. The following account of the death of a former well known character of Pacific Junction, and well known among tlfe Hurlington employes in this city, was taken from a special from San Rernardino to a Los An geles, California paper: C. W. Lackey, a Sante Fe railroad man from Winslow, Ariz., was found dead In his bed at the Commercial hotel this morning. Upon his face was a handkerchief saturated with chloroform, and covered with a pil low. Death was evidently accidental. The deceased had been troubled for many weeks with insomnia. AH ef fort to secure sleep failed, except by the use of chloroform. Two days ago he was last seen alive. As he failed to appear this morning an investigation was start ed, with the result of finding him dead. Among his effects were nu merous bottles of chloroform. Lackey was a lay preacher, and frequently held services among the railroad men far out on the desert, when his train found itself removed from civilization on Sunday. He was popular, and regarded by all his fel low railroad men as sincere in his religious professions. He leaves a sister, Mrs. H. B. Wire, residing at Long Beach, and a son, Charles Lackey, a resident of Sioux Falls, S. D. The remains will be taken to Grinnell, Iowa, by a delegation of Brotherhood of Hail road Trainmen. R. L. Holmes, Santa Fe station agent there, has charge of ttrrangernents. When the Stomach, Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak, then these or gans always fail. Don't drug the Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That Is simply a make shift. Get a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The Restoralve is pre pared expressly for these weak inside nerves. Strelghten these nerves, build them up with Dr. Shoop's Re storative tablets or Hquir and se how quickly help will come to you. Sold by all dealers. Used Good Bait. William DelesDernler of Elmwood was In the city today looking after business at the court house. W'illlam had some large fish stories on the reel today as he was returning from Union, where he and W. n. Banning had been fishing on the Missouri liver last evening and the fish they caught were whoppers. - . . Statement of the Condition tip. THE LIVINGSTON LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION of riattsmonth, Nebraska, on the :50th day of June, HUG. " ' 'ASSETS Klist nioritrntro loans i MAK IU siock I. in i t-i i;.;ii;i mi lii-ivl estate contracts S.in;i m Tush h.ltti T(i I ii'lliuiiicnt Interest, premiums, lines Hiul dues .. 3.4i'4 n Other assets. Insurance and taxes Mild and advanced Hi I 00 Total SKII.Olfl 10 LIABILITIES. Cmiltal Stock paid ui) I W.liM 00 Ueserve fund .4 IN Dividends declared .:U8 1-' Total I3I,VW3 10 HkCRIITS AND EXI'KNDITVHKS roil TUB VAR ESIUNO JUN .10, 11110. liECF.II'TS. Ilnlance on hand July I, IMHt t 1.HM .VI Din s ;."i,:t.'i oc Interest, fti.MW 0;iand lines i:i;..'ki i..n-j; : I. oniis repaid 111,1:.''.' INI Mcinln'i-sliln fees ill tin Transfer fees II (HI Iveul estate contracts 277 44 Total i M,h2S 3S EXt'KNDlTl'UES Loans $ ltWStt net KM.ises 1. (HI Slin k redeemed li.liis ;, Cash on Inind s.iol 70 Insurance and taxes paid and ad vanced :M 4."i Total S-J.y.'S Ik! I. Henry It. (ieilnif. secret ary of Itio nliove limned nvsociat Ion. do solemnly swear I lull t lie foivtotiii: si in.. in.. in of t he I'oiidli Ion of said ns socmi Ion. Is 1 1 ue and correct to ilie licsl of my know lriii-v and Udlef. liEXKY ii. i;ei:ixu. Approved: Secretary. I. 11 SMITH. II. M. MiENMaisEX, lilltvtois. v. A M.l;siAl.i.. Siiliscrllx d and sworn to I store nie llils litli dii) of Aiikiisl, I llit. TllOM W U.I IMS. sKU..I Notary PuMlc HE DIES L 3C3C New Comforts Have Arrived We are now showing a big assortment of the famous Maish Comforts in all sizes from "bassinette baby comforts" to extra long and extra large. These are the comforts that are so famous for their Warmth Without Weight give you all the much-sought qualities of ;r cnuiue eiderdown at a fraction of the cost. The new patterns in silkolene, sateen and silk are more beautiful than ever have to be seen to be appreciated. Don't buy or make a comfort until you see this display; No other comfort can so fully satisfy you in quality and appearance. u -9 a ZrSo Kntei tains Jolly Klght Card Club. Miss Rose Mumm entertained the members of the "Jolly Eight Card Club" at her cozy home on Fourth and Vine streets yesterday afternoon in a very charming manner. The time was very pleasantly spent In playing a rather unique game. As only six of the regular members of the dub were present, six-handed high five was played and this creat ed much merriment. The score cards were kept until the next meet ing as the prizes are only given at the second meeting of the month. There was a delicious luncheon con sisting of cake, Ice cream, coffee and fruit served at 4:30, which the ladies found delightfully appetizing and pleasant, and which, took some time to consume. The members of the club present to enjoy Miss Mumm's hospitality were: jUesdames Lutz, Croscary, Waddick, Burdick, Hen rlchsen, Misses Rose Mumm and Nel lie Julian. The next meeting is to be held with Mrs. John Lutz Wed nesday, August 31st. All members must be there as there is to be im portant business transacted. By re qeust of the president. Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thom as' Eclectic Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound. Stylish Serviceable fir SHOES FOR BOYS, MISSES AND CHILDREN IN Patent Lether, Kid and Box Calf, Lace and Button! The Best School Shoe We Know of at the Price. From &4 35 , i m ITM H HUM n A I & Iwef 1 Sea imwWW fcWWPM 111 HMIHIlW l II Hi! II .r 3CN u n wnnio)n u U lTULi n Weak women should read "Book No. 4 for Women." It tells of Dr. Shoop's Night Cure. Tells how these soothing, healing, antiseptic supposi tories, bring quick and certain help. The Book free. Address Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. All dealers. Vo Can Give You that will be of value to your next bak ing day. It is: Be sure that the fleur is Forest Rose Brand if you would have the very best results in your baking. This Flour Has Earned for itself a great- reputation, because of its uniformity in quality. Take our advice and later you will thank us. Made by 3C imm '