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THE DOCTORS-QUESTION j
Much Sickness Due to Bowe j
News Items Gathered Eac Week by a Special Reporter far This Department of the Semi-Weehly Journa
Window glass at Cope's.
The Avoca football team Is open
Chas. Jenkins was a Manley visitor
G. M. Colton was here from Auburn
Geo. Trook was a Union visitor
Copes, the druggist, sells window
glass, all sizes.
Prof. 0. C. Larsen was at Weeping
Miss Imo Johnson was here from
Henry Wolf was seriously ill sev
eral days last week.
B. C. Marquardt and wife were vis
iting at Bethany Sunday.
Help a good thing along by buying
a ticket to the lecture course.
J. C. Zlmmerer was at Omaha Sun
day attending the auto races.
Miss Maud Hanger visited Lincoln
relatives Saturday and Sunday.
John Bogard and father left last
week for Iowa to visit relatives.
Dr. B. F. Brendel and son, Jeff,
were over from Murray Saturday.
A large number of Avoca people
were Ar-Sar-Ben visitors this week.
George and William Moseman made
a business trip to Gibbon this week. ,
; H. G. Wellensick was attending ,ta
business matters at Lincoln Saturday.
L. J. Marquardt was a business
visitor at Omaha the first of the
Wm. Ruhge arrived from Nelson
last week on a visit to his parents
west of town.
Jas. McFarland and wife of Sumner
were here the first of the week visit
ing Avoca relatives.
Messrs. Schlater, Morgan, Rosen
emus and Dr. Cummins were here
from Plattsmouth Saturday.
Geo. Shackley, who has been visit
ing here for the past week, left Tues
day for Texas to look at the country.
A large crowd was In town Satur
day, nttpndlne the horse sale of
isrhml.lt and Mohr. and tradine with
Get your tickets for the lecture
course at Copes' drug store. The
tirst number is October 13th, "Ye
Olde Town Quartette."
Jas Everett, of Avoca, and Miss
Jenitia Price, of Lincoln, were united
in mnvriage at Kansas City on Sept.
28. They will make their home in
Wm. Kepler and Miss Dora Drum
mer, two of North Branch's popular
young people, were united in mar
riage Thursday at the North Branch
church, Rev. G. C.undel officiating.
They will reside on a farm south
west of town:
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UQI! I LUbtJ
Don't carry that old, shabby-looking
bill book. You may lose
rno.iey out of it.
We have a fine line of
morocco and seal leather
purses and pocketbooks for
men and women, well made
and durable, with two,
three and fcur convenient
compartments,' some with
metal trimmings. Also
handbags and bill books
all at prices that will sur
prise you. Call and see
ORA E. COPES,
Druggist and Jeweler
AVOCA. : : KEB.
A doctor's first question when
consulted by a patient Is, "Are your
bowels regular?" He knows that 98
per cent of illness Is attended with
inactive bowels and torpid liver, and
that this condition must be removed
gently and thoroughly before health
can be restored.
Rexall Orderlies are a positive,
pleasant and safe remedy for consti
pation and bowel disorders In gen
eral. We are so certain of their
great curative value that we promise
to return the purchaser's money In
every case when they fail to produce
Rexall Orderlies are eaten like
candy, they act quietly, and have a
soothing, strengthening, healing In
fluence on the entire Intestinal tract.
They do not purge, gripe, cause nau
sea, flatulence, excessive looseness,
diarrhoea or other annoying effect
They are especially good for chil
dren, weak persons or old folks. Two
sizes, 2,'c and 10c. Sold only at our
store The Rexall Store F. G.
Frlcke & Co., Union Block.
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WE KEVE SEVERAL I
Carpets and lugs !
Chester Cugh went to Lincoln Fri
day evening, returning Sunday noon.
Mrs. L. Earl went to Murdock,
Nebraska, Wednesday, September
the i'Sth, to visit Mrs. Creamer. She
returned home Saturday.
Miss Marie Stroemer, who Is at
tending the State University, spent
Sunday with her folks, returning to
Lincoln Sunday evening.
Veil Linch came home Saturday
to visit his parents until Sunday
evening, when he returned to Uni
versity Place, where he attends
Geo. Knott purchased a new bug
gy of Sam Cashner Tuesday.
Mrs. N. Knott has moved from
Waverley to Elmwood.
County Superintendent, Miss Mary
Foster, visited our school Wednes
Mrs. Gullion, of Lincoln, visited
her son, Carlton, and family, a few
days, returning home Monday morn
ing. She took Raymond home with
her for a visit.
M. Curyea went to Lincoln Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lelbhart moved
from Lincoln to our town September
29th. They occupy the T. W. Barry
T. W. Barry and family are living
for the present in part of Miss Wolf's
house. They expect to move to Col
orado as soon as their house Is fin
Chas. Snavely, W. E. Newkirk and
Harry Parsell went to Ashland fish
ing last Saturday. It is rumored
they caught three fish.
Miss Edna Silverstrand, of Lin
coln, came in Tuesday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Nettia LlAch. of Lincoln, vis-
We have Just received another
.shipment of the Conklin Self Filling
pens in all sizes; also, the vest pocket
size. This shows the Conklin far in
the lead of all others.
Edw. Rynott & Co.
Sue. Gerlng & Co.
y'. . . . 1 ited relatives in town Monday,
-Mae rroucy " Jlis3 Grai.e Ei,iott entertained at
Tuesday on No. 18. Her sister. Miss ov.nlrifr fflP
Bessie Prouty, taught during . her ( Kunz
of Elmwood; Lanita Aiuiien anu
Grace Bailey, of Alvo. During the
Miss Ethel Keefer left Thursday
to visit relatives at Valparlso. evening several vocal selections were
rendered by (Irace Bailey
r nrnnunniwl tf TJnpnln. Kiirnt
I ,111, t II. iiivmw, v u.miu..T 1' "- -
Alex Skiles is picking his second Ujondav evening with Mr. Henry
crop oi .strawoernes. juey uie iiardwlcK.
nice berries. I Richard Elliott, of Lincoln, spent
Among those going to attend the ' Sunday with his brother, John Elli-
Ar-Sar-Ben were Mr. and Mrs. Joo'ott, and family.
T?i,.hir.isnn. (Mins. like. Chas. Clod- Mrs. Clyde Boyles, of Lincoln,
felter, Henry Hanson and Eli Ber-!came down Friday and visited rela
cenrelf Itivcs until Sunday, returning home
Mi. nnd Mrs V.A. Whitft Went to On No. 17
r,,iL t,iv n Vn 18. I The Ladies' Reading club and
m, r.r,tnpv. of Lincoln.' families went walnutting Tuesday.
iKini Vl'ttm v.H1v.F
took dinner with Mrs. Arthur Bird , They got a fine lot of nuts and spent
Henry Snoke came down from Lin.
a very pleasant day
S. C. Boyles has a 2-year-old colt
coin Saturday. He will spend the cut very nauiy in uaruwire last, r n-
wintfr with his dauKhter. Mrs. S. ; day. It is getting along as well as
r h j could be expected.
A reception was held nt the M. E.
church Saturday evening for the
Rev. Wm. Bliss, who has charge of
this pastorate for the coming year.
P. J. Linch left Monday for Colo
rado, where he goes to look after h.i
business interests there.
Miss Hazel Foreman visited her
cousin, Miss Edith Foreman, from
Friday evening until Monday r.ioru-j
Barrett Hoxsey, of Lincoln, is vis
iting at Thos. Stout's this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Turney, of
Omaha, came in Saturday evening
and visited with R. A. Stone and fam
ily until Monday noon,
j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dreamer were
! in Plattsmouth Sunday.
MTI( H OF l'H01MiT10 TO VOTK
SWA I A I, TAX.
rri.n ..lnf.4...d rxt tliA C'linntv nf Cass, in
..r Vatiniukii tvill tnkp notice
that' at t he jteneral election to be held
on the 8th cltiy or isovemner, a i,
.1. A .......wmtMitn nf i.vvinir n Rnnriul tnx
of mlllH on M valuation on all
tuxahle property or casts coumy un
the purpose of imlldlntt a county Jull
will he Hulimitted to a vote of the peo
ple. The propoHliion is ei iurui in me
follnwIiiR resolution, to-wlt:
UK IT KIOSOLVED by the Hoard of
County Commissioners of the County
of Cass ami the State of Nebraska, in
reRUliir adjourned session assenuueu
.1.1.. .11. ,1.... nf IL.lnl.ar A IT 1410. tllflt
for the purpose of obtaining authority
by a vote or me electors oi inw
County, Nebraska, to levy and collect
a special tax on all taxable property
In snld county for ttie purpose of bulld
in a county Jail at the city of 1'latts
niouth, In said county and state, the
question and proposition of levying
n...l nitlloi'llnff a aiicmifll tAY flir Sfiid
purpose lie submitted to the lepal voters
of Cass County In the State of Nebras
ka, at the general election to be held
November Mil A P, 1910
That said question and proposition
so to be submitted Is In words and
flKiires .hs follows:
Shall the Hoard of County Commls
I Dionufo nt Puias fnuntv.. 'NiOiraskn. or
other person or persons, charged by
law with the levyinK or inxes ior sum
county, for the time belnn, In addition
to the annual taxes, cause to be levied
a special tax of 24 mills on 11.00
valuation on all taxable property of
said county ror me purpose oi uumuiiik
a county 'jail at the City of I'lntts-
mouth, cuss county, AcmasKa, ihkiuk
such action as the requirements of the
law nml the provisions of the statutes
in such cases mnue and provioeu, anu
the Interests of said county and public
...nt, .1..mni.l Htil.l utll'l'llll lllV t O 111.
levied and collected one year and one
rll()Vll)Kl unit said siieciai tax or
2'A mills be levied at the time of mak-
InTr llm rnimldi. Inuir nf ir,.linrnl tllVOS
In the year 1911. arid be entered upon
ine Tax lists Kir inai year, nun nn
lected In the same manner ns other
taxes; and that proceedings shall com
mence for the erection of the said jail
U orw.n oflnr flin niillmrltv Itt n 1 1 1 il I IidiI
from the said electors as is possiiue
under the law and provisions of the
statutes in sucii cases mane and pro
vided, and oe continued wniioiit un
necessary delay until the same snail
Tin. lid 111 rnmuf Ion nn.l nvnnnu! I Inn
above set forth shall lie submitted to a
vote of the lejrnl voters of said county
In the rollowiiur rorm and manner,
that Is to say, the form of the ballots
to bo used at such election 111 favor of
said question and proposition shall be
"I vote for the levy and collection of
a special tax for the purposo of build
ing a county Jail."
And the form of the bnllots to be
used at such election Bjrnlnst said ques
tion and proposition shull be as fol
lows: "I vote otrnlnst the lew nnd collec
tion of a special tav for the purpose of
building a county Jail."
P n .Turri.m.
Chairman Hoard of County
P. C. Morgan, County Clerk.
(Publish four weeks next preceeding
election. All weekly papers In Cass
Miss Reynolds Improving.
Miss Jennie Reynolds, who was
operated on last Thursday for appen
dicitis, and endured the ordeal brave
ly, Is now on the way to recovery.
She is now past the dangerous period
and will no doubt soon be at home
with her friends. Miss Reynolds'
mother, Mrs. B. J. Reynolds, went to
the hospital this morning to spend
the day with her daughter, who Is
quite anxious to be at home again.
Size? U feet () inches wide by 10 f-.-ct long anil j!
9ftetby 12 feet in
We have the King Alfred cigar,
which has arrived, making our stock
complete with 36 brands of IMatts
mouth cigars and others.
Edw. Rynott & Co.
Sue. Gerlng & Co.
1 " I
that is only costing ycu from
$ 1 9 foiS ! 6 Each
THEY ARE WORTH MORE MONEY!
fj- E. G. DOVEY & SON -
Goes to Chicago.
Ralph A. White leaves this evening
for Chicago to accept a position with
the Central Electric company, where
he has been tendered a very lucrative
position. Ralph is a good business
man and expert electrician. He was
m'anaeer'of the Nebraska Telephone
company here and a( Plattsmouth for
some time. After he resigned he
went to work for the Nebraska City
Electric Light company. He has a
score of warm friends hero who will
wish him success in his new position.
Nebraska City News.
Don't forget when you want to buy
a Pocket Book, we havo received a
new assortment of the latest thing in
Edw. Rynott & Co.
Sue. Gerlng & Co.
Great Komi It. i
We could relate from history hun
dreds of examples showing great re
sults attained by slmplo means, but
In a measure we can see them every
day, especially In cases of sickness.
A serious disease can be cured, great
pain can be relieved almost Instan
taneously, with a few doses of a
good medicine. A person suffering
from loss of appetite, bodily weak
ness, without energy or ambition
can often regain his former health
by taking Tritner's American Elixir
of Bitter Wine. His appetite will re
turn and tho digestive organs will be
strengthened and stimulated to do
their natural work. This remedy,
the formula of which wns changed
recently by tho addition of more
herbs, hns excellent results In dis
eases of the stomnch, tho Intestines,
tho blood and the nerves. Tho for
mula of It was approved by the gov
ernment. At drug stores. Jos. Trl
ner, 1333-1 :!39 South Ashland ave.,
We are now ready to show you our
fall stock of wall paper. Just re-
. , celved some more paper which makes
Miss Belle Foreman lett "aour Btock comi)iete. Still we sell It
evening for Cheney to visit friends 1U & (ltsrount
for several days. nvnott & c
Sue. Gerlng & Co.
Max Jamison, of Wahoo,
Sunday here with friends.
John Wilcockson came down from
t-n ni. ,,,,fii Pam Shumaker, William Stark-
L ncoln Friday, remaining until i , .,,,,
T , I ,m wii,.,.i,cnn tj john, H. S. Barthold and William
Sunday even ng. Mr. Wilcockson H
attending the State University. j T1' flowed he big m Hilary p..
Lucius Mellen was in town between t Omaha oday, going up on
, " . . the first train this morning for that
trains Sunday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stoneanderson
were In Louisville Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. August Johnson re
turned home Monday evening from
Louisville, where they had attended
the funeral of Mrs. Johnson's
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Kirkpatrlck
left for riattvillo, Wisconsin, last
Thursday, to visit relatives.
C. C. Bucknell returned home
Sunday from Spokane, Washington,
where he has been for some time on
John Skinner went to Lincoln
Monday on No. 17.
Miss Tearl Keefer was a passen
ger for Lincoln Monday evening.
Alfred Stroemer and Carlton Gul
' lion went to South Bend Sunday.
In ( iniiily Court.
State of Nebraska, Cass County, ss.
In the matter of Kstate of Annette
Notice to creditors of said estate Is
hereby given that u 11 claims against
said estate must be presented and filed
within six months from the lith day of
November, 1910, nnd that hearings will
lie had he Tore me, at riatlsmoui n, ive
lirnskn. November fith, 1910, and May
Nth, 1S11, at 9 o'clock a. m. of each
day Witness mv band nnd seal of said
County Court, this 6th day of October,
(Seal) Allen .T. TIeeson,
CHANGE OF TIM Kit
Change of time of Missouri Paci
fic trains effective August 1, 1910:
Trains Going South.
No. 104 to Kansas City, passenger,
10:07 a. m,,
No. 106 to Kansas City, passenger,
12:03 a. m.
No. 19 4 to Auburn, local freight,
11 a. m.
TraliiH Going North.
No. 103 to Omaha, passenger 5:03
No. 103 to 0'iir.ha, passenger, 6:23
No. 193 to Omaha, local freight, 3:25
p. m. H. Norton,
Contract Is Let.
Dispatches from Washington are to
tho effect that tho secretary of tho
treasury has awarded the contract
for the construction of the public
buildlnc at this place, to tho General
Construction company of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, for $4r.,r.25.00. Tho
probabilities nro that the const ruc
tion of the new building will be com
menced now very soon.
. P. M. Melslnger and L. A. Melsln-
ger, Glen Wiles and E. Wurl boarded
No. 15 for the metropolis, where they
spent the day.
Robert Sherwood, the shoe dealer,
and T. T. Wilkinson went to Omaha
on the morning train today to view
the mammoth military exhibition
and visit the carnival.
We have In stock all makes of
Safety Razors, Gillette, Enders, Ward,
Gem and Duplex.
Edw. Rynot Co.,
Successors to Gerlng & Co.
Harry Todd, of near Murray, and
Frank Young, of south of the city,
drove in to tho city this morning and
boarded the early train for tho me
tropolis, to witness the big show.
Mrs. Robert Troop, Mrs. Charles
Troop, Mrs. U. Troop nnd Miss Con
ner, of Coal Valley. Illinois, formed
a party boarding No. 15 for Omaha
this morning, to witness the military
Our genial friend, Ed. Parrlott, of
Peru, and one of tho best fellows In
tho world, came down from Omaha
this morning, where ho attended tho
electrical parade last night and vis
ited wllh his many friends In Platts
mouth today. Ed's friends In this
city aro legion, and he always gets
the glad hand In Plattsmouth, his
former homo years ago.
A. W. Smith and wife and daugh
ter, Mrs. Mattle BarrufT, of Carson,
lown, and daughter-in-law, Mrs. A.
C. Smith, spent tho afternoon In
Omaha viewing the big show,
C.eorgo Lushlnsky and wife and
daughter, Grace, were among the
Omaha visitors today, where they
witnessed tho military show.
Glen Bright and two young ladies
from an Iowa villnge, who desired to
go to Red Oak last evening, were put
off at Plattsmouth last night, and
were unable to find lodging, returned
to the big show this morning, looking
as "bright" as the young man's name
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon
(Formerly with U. S. Department
Licensed by Nebraska State
Calls Answered Promptly
Telephone 378 White, Plattsmouth.
We want all the Chickens, Ducks,
Geese and Turkeys that we can buy.
We pay the highest market prlco for
farm products of all kinds.
aft S ion
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Notice is hereby irlven thnt. IMw. Ifynott
hns tiled his iieilllnn ns rciiulrcd hy the
si unites of the Male of NebiiitKn wllh the
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