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Children Cry for Fictcher's
The. Kind You Have Always I Jnvlit, and which ha horn
In use for over ."JO yours, has borne, tho signature ;?
mid has boon inudo under l;!s per
sonal supervision ftlnoo its Infancy.
Allow no or.o to deceive, you 1: t!.!s.
AH Counterfeits, Imitations iml "Just-as-good" nre but
Kvporlments that trifle villi n::l endanger the health of
Infants and Children F.xKrion'.'0 against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Casiorlu Is a harmless substitute for Cuittor OH, Pave
gorie, Drops and Soothln Syrups. It is 1'lensuiit. It
contains iioitiior Opium, Morphine, nor Other .Narcotic;
Mihstunce. Its uge. Is Us guarantee. It destroys Woniin
mid allays Fevorlshness. It euros Dlarrlia a and AVind
Colic. It relieves Teething Trouhles, cures Constipation
end J'lut ulciicv. It assimilates tlie Food, regulates tlic
Stoma li ami liowols, glIng healthy and natural tslcci.
Tho Children's J'unaceii Tho Mother's Friend,
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Hie Kind You Have Always Boughf
In Use For Over 30 Years
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, T MUMRAT STRCCT, NCW YORK CITY.
Prom Friday's Dally.
Mr. Phil Mocker of Light Mile
Grove precinct had bubsiness in
tho oily Ihis morning "rid drove
in to allend to it.
' Mr. ft. E. I.ohnos departed for
Omaha on tin; morning train to
day, where he was called on busi
ness of importance.
Attorney Charles I,. Heaves of
Union was a Plallsnioulh isitor
this morning on important busi
ness nt I he court house.
Mr. Frank Wheeler of Louis
ville came in this morning on No.
4 bud looked after business mat
ters in this city for a few hours.
Chillies Peacock of Kin lit Mile
(hove precinct was in the city
last evening, having driven in
from the farm on a business
Dr. H. V. Hrondcl of Murray
wns colled to Plallsmouth this
Horning to sit with the insanity
ionrd in a hearing at the sheriff's
Miss Piiuline Oldliain of Mur
ray arrived on Hie early train
Hon. V. II. Puis ami little son
drove in from the farm yesterday
to look after some business mat
ters, and, of course, reported at
Journal headquarters. Hilly is
g'ad the legislature has adjourn
ed and glad to be buck home in
lime to see the May flowers in
Mr. ("leorge Marlon of Union,
who announces himself a can
didate for sheriff on the demo
cratic ticket, was called lo this
city this morning us a witness in
the inebriate hearing before the
insanity board, wherein Wes
Clark of Union was complained
against fur violating his parole.
Dr. II. I.. Newell of Union came
In the county scat this morning
in response lo a summons from
Hie insanity board, which held a
session this morning to consider
u complaint against Wes Clark of
Union, who hail been paroled
from the inebriate asylum, but
had violated his agreement to
Mrs. Charles llickers of St.
Paul, Minnesota, who has been
visiting his brother, Mr. Nicholas
llickers, for a week, departed for
! l is home this afternoon, expect-
.iil.tfki I til., in.iiitiiip
I'liffiuri I 1 1 i n nun iiM'iuiiff,
w ln i e I hoy looked after soon
items of business for a time.
Miss Cleo Applegale was a pas
senger to I'nion this morning,
where .sbe will spend Sunday with
her mother, Mrs. Ida Applegale.
Mr. W. r.. Hull, one of the
prosperous farmers of I he icinity
of Murray, was in the city last
evening on a business mission.
Mr. C. It. Frans was a pas
senger lo Union on the morning
M. P. train today, where be look
ed after some items of business.
Mr. 11. C. Mailey, the Apple
drove blacksmith, transacted
business in the city today and
'visited with her friends for a
Mr. W. (!. Meisinger of near
Cedar Creek drove in from the
farm yesterday afternoon and
transacted business with the mer
chants. Mr. Henry I.ahoda and wife and
daughter were passengers to
Omaha on tho morning train to
day, where they spent (he day
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. I.ohnes,
from near Cedar Creek, were trad
ing ami visiting with Plat (smooth
people today, driving in from
their home this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Cole drove
in from I hi' farm this morning
and hoarded the morning train for
Omaha, where they looked after
business matters for n lime
Mr. Henry Kaufman and wife
and babe arrived from Ilavelock
Ihis afternoon and will visit over
Sunday with Mr. Kaufman's
father, Mr. William Kaufman.
Miss Jessie Todd came up from
Union last evening for a few days'
visit with friends in Ihis city, she
being a guest of Mrs. Oeorge
I.ynn Minor departed for St.
Joseph, Missouri, last, evening on
business for the company. From
Mo., where he will visit, for a few
days with his uncle, Hon. Dave
The coach shop and tin shop
resumed the six-day week this
morning. This will effect about
iOO men. The length of lime the
order will be in force is not
Mr. J. S. Pill man, Mr. T. W.
Swan and Mr. C. Swan of Union
were looking after important
business matters in this oily to
day, ami while in the city regis
tered at the Perkins house.
I.. F. Kohroll, from south of
Union, just, in the edge of Otoe
county was in Plallsmouth yes
terday evening, transacting some
business mailers and visiting
with his numerous friends.
Mr. J. I.. Smith and his daugh-ler-in-law,
Mrs. Herman Smith,
of near Nehawka, who have boon
visiting relatives for a few days
in Ihis city, were Omaha pas
sengers on the morning train today.
: VERY SERIOUS ACCIDENT
OCCURS NEAR ELD
Miss Sophia Weisheit Severely
Injured in Runaway of
Team of Mules.
While on her way lo the coun
try with Herman Uuelchcns and
family and her sister, Ida, Miss
Sophia Woishejl proved the vic
tim of a bad runaway accident.
They were approaching the eal
crossing when the afternoon pas
senger was just pulling out of
tow n. At I his juncture the mules
they were driving wheeled about
and upset the vehicle, the oc
cupants being thrown with con
siderable force to the ground. All
escaped injury, with the exception
of Miss Weisheit, who received a
severe concussion of the brain.
She was taken to the nearest
home, that of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Murray, whore she remained
totally unconscious for some
time. A doctor was hurriedly
summoml and all medical aid
could suggest was applied to the
sufferer. Rational spells occur
red Tuesday morning, and at this
writing (Tuesday afternoon), the
patient is in a sub-conscious con
dition. The case is regarded by
the doctor in charge as one of a
cry critical nature. It. is to be
sincerely hoped that Miss
Weisheit will soon recover. She
is being cared for by her sister,
Ida. Leader F'cho.
Miss Mwrs wishes to an
nounce that her new Chicago
trimmer has just arrived.
Yon will find an elegant
line of medium priced hats.
Please call and see us.
this morning and spent the dav in i 'n lo return in a short lime,
after her class' bringing with him his family, and
will make Cass county his future
this city looking
Mr. John Musche and wife and,
son, Clarence, of near Cedar
Creek, drove in from the farm'
this morning ami did the week
end trading. !
Mr. ami Mrs. William Mice and
daughter, Miss F.sther, from near
Murray, were in the city n few
hours yesterday evening, trading
with the Plutlsinoutli merchants.
The F. S. White store Is being
given a new coal of paint, the
front being painted by C. F. Mur
dick. The colors ore red and
Kreen, which makes a ery pretty
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Shorn of
noar Murray, departed for Omaha
on the morning train today, where
they went to attend the funeral of j
Mr. Shera's sister, Mrs. James
Keenan, which occurs today.
Dick Cln isw isser, who had his
JiHsuul organ operated on I lie
llrsl of the week, returned from
the hospital Ihis afternoon. Dick
stood the operation line and is re
covering nicely and his friends
rejoice that his troubles are uxor.
Mr. Waller Vallery and daugh-
j mi- 1 1
ier, imiss i.eoia Miitery, ucconi-
panied by Mrs. Frank Vallery
were Omaha passengers on the
morning train today, where they
looked after business matters for
J. I,. Smith, Irom near Ne
hawka, came up last evening lo
rpend Jhe evening and today with
friends and relatives in the city.
He was ucrompuniod by Mrs. Her
man Smith, who will isit a few
days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Hall.
Colonel Jenkins and Dr. O. II.
Oilmore cumo up from Murray
today in the colonel's auto to look
after some business matters.
While here the gonial doctor wus
a culler at the Journul olllco,
where lie always receives the glad
home. Mr. llickers will reside
with his brotlfer on the farm
south of this city.
Many of the merchants and
business men of the oily would
like lo see the sprinkler going
when the wind is high and the
soil moving in the air, as it has
been doing the past. week. The
sprinkler operator would like to
do the work, and just why lie is
not doing it is not apparent. The
first thing we know some fellow
will be out with his hammer
knocking on our slogan.
lion. C. H. Mil.ger autoed in
from his home near Cedar Creek
today, and was a brief caller al
'.his olllco. Notwithstanding
Chris has been severely crit icized
ir some of his acts in the legis
lature, be fools that he has dom
what he thought was for the best
lo bis constituents. That is the
i I I. . : ii..
'MI1- rl'll. Mini Illil.WII- in llll'i
course of lime some who are so
ready to crili.e him now will be
,.ust us liberal in their com
in. ndat ion.
From Siitui iliiy'i Imlly
Alf Nickels, from
si of Mur-
ray, was a county
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. porter, from
west of Muray, were Plutlsinoutli I
William Puis, sr., is visiting
with his many Plattsmnulh
Miss F.sther Larson came up
from Union last evening for a
short isit with her parents.
Mr. D. A. Young and wife of
near Murray tiroxe up from the
farm to do their week-end shop
ping. Mr. and Mrs. Otto puis, from
west of Murray, are in Ihe city to
day isiting al the home of Mrs.
Puis' mother, Mrs. John West.
Mr. rcier iveu ami wire were
Mayor Lig Mrown of Kuuosha
wns in the cily this afternoon',
having brought Mrs. Anna Marl
ley to the Murlington station,
where she hoarded the fast mail
for Omaha to spend a few days
Spring is sure in sight when
the lawn grass gets long enough
for the lawn mower. We noticed
our good friend, John Ilouland,
out with his lawn mower this
morning, and lie seemed to linn a
prelty good crop lo work on.
J. W. Mookmeyer is placing n
new coal of paint on his building
on Main street, Ihe one formerly
occupied by J. K. Mason. Mr.
Mookmeyer expects lo repaint and
paper the building and place in
excellent repair, both inside and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Holmes o
Murray arrived in Plallsmouth
yesterday evening from Omaha
where Ihey bad been to attend the
funeral of Mrs. James Keenan
Mr. Holmes went home and re
turned with the auto for Mrs
Holmes and son, Ralph.
Mr. (ieorge P. Meisinger and
daughter enine to the county seat
mu I lie liiirlinglon rouie tins
morning, arriving on No. 1,
where be visited with his numer
ous friends for the day ami also
transacted some business mai
John Smith of Hock MlulTs
brought Mrs. (ieorge Sutton to
the Murlington station Ihis after
noon, where she look the train for
her home at Omaha. Mrs. Sut
ton bus been acting ns nurse for
Mr. Smith's little son. who has
had a severe attack of pneumonia,
hut is belter now.
Dick Criswisser went lo Oma
ha on the morning train today and
hud Ihe jacket taken off of his
nose. He returned lo spend Sun
day with his parents. He will go
back to the specialist Monday for
the lasl time, ufler which he will
return to his farm in Otoe county.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
OF CASS COUNTY
Mrs. Mary A. Taylor Files Her
Appeal Bond In the Estate
of Her Brother.
I'mni Saliirilay'n I hI ly
Mrs. Mary Taylor has filed her
appeal from the order of the
probate court, in which she seeks
to recover from the estate of her
brother, Robert Kendall, the sum
of $5,000. The claim was allowed
in pari by the court below.
The petition of Ryan and Mrs.
Ines Sutton against Ihe National
Hunk of Ashland, in which plain
tiff seeks lo quiet tille to real
estate in the vicinity of Ashland,
but within Cass county. The case
will not lie contested.
Judge Travis had a session of
court yesterday and also today.
Yesterday an order was entered in
the case of the state against
Peter Evers, which was a peace
warrant sent up from Judge
Xrcher's court, directing Ihe case
to be continued during the good
hchav ior of defendant.
In Ihe case of Henry llerold
vs. . . i.oatcs, which was re
versed by Ihe supreme court Feb
nary 15lh last, (lie court today
irdered a judgment entered on the
mandate, and set Ihe case for
I rial May 2.
Returns to Weeping Water.
miss Domingo, who has iieen
daying with her sister, Mrs. liny
Smith, and attending school, and
who suffered from an attack of
measles, wus taken to her homo
nt Weeping Water yesterday. Miss
Domingo could not return lo
school for I hirly -days, so she re
turned lo her home. Her sister,
Mrs. Smith and husband, accom
panied Miss Domingo, also her
mother, Mrs. Jacob Domingo,
ho had been visiting her a few
duvs. The pnrty took a carriage
lo Murray where Ihey were met by
Mr. Domingo. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith will visit with Mrs. Smith's
parents over Easter.
BRIDE AND GROOM VISIT
Arthur Maxwell and Bride, Form
erly Miss Lucy Bradway,
Make Short Visit.
Krom Salurduy'H Ially.
Arl bur Maxwell and bridt
Miss Lucy Headway, arrived in
Ihe city last evening from Omaha,
where they were recent Iv married.
Mr. Maxwell is an industrious
young gentleman and a resident
of Kansas City, where thev'will
reside, at for visiting Mrs. Mrad-
way's parents in this cily for a
short lime. Mrs. Maxwell has
boon holding a position al Omaha
for some time, and there met her
husband and the marirage cere
mony took place in thai city.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell expected
to v isit Mrs. Maxwell's sister, who
resides Ion miles out, but in some
way the wires got crossed nnd Ihe
message which Mrs. Mradway
sent of her coming did not reach
her sister in time for her to get
in from the farm to meet the
visitors last evening, and as their
time was limited for visiting here,
Ihey did not get to see her sister.
A FORMER PLATTSMOUTH
RESIDENT DIES IN ST. JOSEPH
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Booth Leave
to Attend the Funeral
Mr. ami Mrs. E. II. Mood, re
ceived a message last evening
calling them to St. Joseph, Mis
souri, on account of the deuth uf
his nephew, Mr. E. M. Murris. a
foreman in the mechanical de
partment of Ihe Murlington shops
there. Mr. and Mrs. Mouth de
parted for St. Joseph on No. 0
this morning. Mr. Hurris leaves
a wife and children to mourn his
loss. The deceased resided in
Plattsmoulh some years ago, and
was transferred to Alliance.
where he worked for the company
fur a lime, being later transfer
red to St. Joseph and given a fore-manship.
Repairing His Home.
John McNurlin, living up in the
Second ward, bus been making
qnile extensive improvements on
his residence properly the past
few days. The new work consists
of paint, paper and plastering,
also new hard wood floors, and is
otherwise beautifying the place.
He has also been making repairs
and erecting new additions lo his
burn nnd aulo garage. This is
what we need to make our city
come up to Ihe average of other
cities in our class. There is still
room for many more to follow Mr.
Pasture for Kent.
The northwest quatrer or sectloa
35, township 13, range 12, and ta
northwest quarter section 34, town
ship 13 and range 12, known as the
Reed land, near the Dovey section la
Eight Mile Grove precinct. Will reat
for a term of three years at $300 pur
year. This Is the best.of pasture and
some of the land can . be farmi.
Write or telephone,
W. D. Wheeler, Plattsmouth. Neb.
Councilman Oeorge Dovey
Iransacled business in the me
tropolis this morning, going on
Ihe first train.
I hereby announce by self as a
candidate for the nomination for the
office of sheriff of Cass county, Ne
braska, subject to the decision of the
voters at the coming primary elec
tion. I ask the voters to place me
in nomination on ine aemocrHuc
ticket. G. P. Barton, Union, Neb.
I'mni Sni(lay'n Pally.
Mrs. Dorothea Thornlmrg of
Sioux City, Iowa, and her daugh
Ier, Miss Alice, who have been
spending some time at Murlington
Junction, Missouri, mineral
springs, arrived Ihis morning and
will visit Mrs. Thorbnrg s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. - August
Tart sob. for a few days. Mr.
Tartsch will hold a family re
union tomorrow, when all or the
children, except his son, Henry
w ill be al home .
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always BongM
Given by the
Saturday, April 29th
Music by the M. W. A.
Don't miss the Thunder ar.l
Paid Into Court.
In Judge Archer's court this
morning O. E. Wescotl's Sons re
covered judgment against Oeorge
Volk in the sum of $27.l0 for
goods sold and delivered to de
fendant at his special instance
nnd request. Mr. Phil Meeker, for
whom the young man is working,
was present and gave Judge
Archer a check for the amount
i,nd Ihe matter wns thus termin
Oust I.enhof of Lincoln ar
this morninp nnd attended
(o some items of business in this
city. Mr. I.enhof wns formrely
a resident, of Ihis county.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES TO CALIFORNIA:-C,enerh basis
certain dates in April and May and daily from June to September; still lower
general basis of $50.00 on certain dates in June and July. General excursion
basis to Portland, Seattle, $60.00 on certain dates in May and daily from June
to September; still lower general basis of $r0.00 on certain dates in June and
July; $15.00 higher to include Shasta Route.' Usual diverse routes and stover
privileges. The tour of the Coast is tne woria s greatest rauroan journey.
YELLOWSTONE PARK.-V&n now a summer tour of this wonderland. All
kinds of excursion rates through Gardiner and Yellowstone gateways: also per
sonally conducted camping tours through Cody.
BIO HORN MOUNTAINS The resorts of this delightful region near Sher
idsn and Thermopohs are attracting a largo volume of tourist patronage. Send
for special publication.
CNLORADO AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS-ai popular summer rates to
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eth tou ch with me, and lefme send you any of our publications, "Colo.
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R. W. CLEMENT, Ticket Agent.
L. W. VtAKELY, General Passenger Agent, Omaha. Neb.
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