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f HI 1 STATE SPECIAL
DESPITE TIE THREATENING CLOUDS1
Number Would Probably Have Been Three Times as Great Had
the Day Been Fair Fair Is Breaking; All Attendance Records
Sixty Thousand People On the Grounds Yesterday
Black, threatening skies, wiih a
very liuhl shower now and ilo'ii.
irobahly ciiii-i-il many n-i j 1 1 lu
decide iidI to lake tin1 cxcursiM!
train to 1 . i ni l ti this morning f:'
the stale fair, hut in spile of the
weather two lull coaches of n'M
j,le w ! at llii Hiirlington I-f t
bound I'm- Hit" big show. Willi
clear skirs llii- number would
probably liai' lici'M ilmilili'il,' as
many al I In- depot I his morning
rt-iriH rKfil o I hi- Journal reporter
thai man of 1 1n fnlks nt home,
especially tin- wiiincii, were
frightened li tin' dark skies ami
decided not to Ro. Of llii' number
that went a large proportion were
from t Ik country, ami most of
those were men.
The fair is breaking all records.
According to the official reports
the attendance yesterday was 00,
000. The following were on the
special that went, to Hie fair to
day: John Wiles.
I). It. Khersolc.
J. I'. Trilsch.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Sage.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Weiss.
Mr. and Mrs. .Inhn Fight.
Miss Margaret, llallalian.
K J. Meisingcr.
O. I'. Moni'oe.
Necessity of Food.
Food is a medicine you can al
ways depend on. As soon as you
will make I In1 patient to accept
and thoroughly diucst a snllicienl
amount of nutritious fond, hit.
cickuess will disappear and his
sireim'th will speedily return.
This makes feeding uic of the,
first rciiiiremcnls of a successful
treatmenl. To create a healthy
appetite, Triner's American Klixir
of Hi 1 1 ! Wine stands in the front,
rank. It cleans out the system,
stimulates il ' to work and
streriK't liens it to stand the work.
The hody will then gladly accept
'nouKh food andtransform it inlo
Hv, rich Mood which will dis- j
tribute nourishment to every par-
tide of the body. Indigestion,
nervousness, headache pain in
U.fcJ. lr, k ( lf IV (1
They range in price from $10 to $35.
STETSON HATS for Fall 1911, featuring
the new wide brim effects in "scratch-ups" and plain
felts. $3.50 to $5.
Manhattan Shirts, just arrived, including
many new patterns in durable madras cloths. Plain
or pleated. $1.50 to $2.50.
C. II. Shopp.
A. ft. llai-kenlii.'i'K.
J. II. Wonders.
J. L. Slewart.
J. II. McMaken.
J. I'. Falter.
C. I,. I.amli.
I'. II. Itlltlicl fm d.
J. S. Livingston.
John Swart s.
. X. T. Smith.
John Hut herford.
Lawrence SI nil.
, Miss Fdna 1'rlerson.
J. (). I'eterson. m
L. ft. Meisingcr.
Mis. Levy Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Coyle.
Mr. and Mrs. (icorge Podge.
Mrs. John Wiles.
Miss Ilessie Wiles.
Mrs. Henry Kauffinan.
Mr. and Mrs. i. (). Srhwen
neker. Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Manspeakcr.
A. K. Todd.
J. II. Tains. '
the stomach or the howcls, con
stipation with all its unpleasant
consequences, ilisl urlied sleep,
paleness, loss of energy, will
quickly yield lo this remedy, which
consists of pure, red wine and
medicinal herhs. At, drug stores.
Jos. Tl'iner, 1 M.VI Mi) So.. Ash-
land Ave., r.liicapn, III.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY
Is a tfreal medicine, of proven
alue for holh acute and chronic
kidney and Madder ailments. It
is especially recommended to
Mi'ily people for its wonderful
tonic and reconstructive, qualities,
and Hie permanent, relief and
comfort il (fives them. For sale
by F. (i. I'ricke A Co.
vision ever made
in clothes for men
and young men.
Our showing of Fall
Suits and Overcoats is
the largest and most
varied that we've ever
"Many tans, hrowns,
grays, blue-grays and
blue serges in the new
weaves and patterns.
We are anxious to
have you see the 1911
fall models and will take
great pleasure in show
ing you any day you'll
take time to come in.
Munliuttiin Shi rlii
C. L. Herger Will Aid His Former
Employe, Who Is Up Against
ough there is mi oiii-siem
I Hie guilt of Hi-Hi y Wagner, the
iaki-1" fiiine'ily employed liy (1. F.
jldi er. iii ui iny a forced check
! for M'li ti. Ill, Hi!. har, il is i,n
pj i.liuMe Dial a jury will sentence
I linn tu tin- stale prison.
I U'iiiiiirr'v preliminary hearing
was In M
at 10 I
In- was hum'!
ailii'ii of Ilic
iiir to await
Inn! no allorney and made no tie- '
i ii ii.'... i. i . .. . !
" ' """
i-i'iiiemlicr a IIiiii'-' atniiit the haj
peliiu-s of the lli'-i'll he yat ll
.Mr.. Her'-'vr believe that the
man would never have tfiven the
check bad he been in his riht
mind, ami that it i true that he
does not remember any of the
bappenint-'sof that niht. Herger
will try to get hinj out on bond,
and will give bim hack his job.
Wagner is a young manly, clean
cut fellow, neatly dressed and of
all-round good appearance.
Mr. Herger is trying to have the
amount of the hond reduced and
said that, be was anxious t.o give
the man another chance. "I don't
believe this man knew what he
was doing when be gave that
check," said Herger, "and I am
willing to do all I can to let him
make amends and make good. He
is tin1 best man I have ever had;
absolutely steady and a gentle
man. For two months he did not
touch a drop of liquor. He pledges
me that he will make everything
good and will prove that he is not
t,he kind of a man that would
forge a check when in his right
lae Anfick was Hie ilrst wit
ness al t be Jiearing. ItwasAmick
who look the check. He is a bar
tender at the Kiley bar. Amick
said that Wagner came in about
7: in o'clock last Thursday night
and handed him a check for L'0 to
cash. Amick glanced at, he.
amount and al the signature,
handed Wagner a pencil for his
signature and gave him $20. He
said that Wagner appeared to be
tinder the influence of liquor. The
next morning J. L. Russel, .pro
prietor of the saloon, si(ld to
Amick thai ho should watch nut.
for Wagner, as it was reported he
, had a bad check in his possession.
Amick told Husscl that be had al
ready taken a check front him.
llerger was put on I he stand,
and whe.it shown the. check said il
was not his signature. He had
heard Thursday. night that Wag
ner had tried to cash a check for
?0 at Tony Tfilily's barber shop,
and knowing that Wagner was
drunk he immediately went out lo
try to find liiin, hoping that he
could get him before he cashed
the check. He went to the 9:45
train, but could nol tlnd Wagner.
The defendant had nothing to
say except that he does not know
thai he ever gave the check. "I
would not have sent a telegram
back to Herger from St. Joseph
asking for my job if I had known
anything about giving a bad
check," he said. It was alter he
bad sent this telegram that Sherttr
Oointon telegraphed' the St. Jos
eph authorities to arrest Wagner.
Wagner said that the handwriting
on the check looked like his own.
The bond was fixed at $1,000,
Judge Archer refusing Herger's
request I hat it he reduced.
The penally for forgery is from
one ( seven years in the state
POLE HONEY YAD TAR
Still retains its high place as the
serious results from a cold. Take
best household remedy for all
coughs ami colds, either for chil
dren or grown persons. Prevents
only the genuine Foley's ollney
ami Tar Compound, and refuse
substitutes. For sale bv Fricke
Delegate Sattler Home.
Mayor J. P. Saltier returned
from an Francisco Saturday,
where he went as the delegate
front the Platlsmoulh lodge of
F'.agles. Mayor Sattler reports a
great convention and a mighty
fine time on the side. He said that
Frank K. Hering of South Hend,
Intl.. had been re-elected grand
worthy president, but only after
the "insurgents" had gained the
re forms for which they were fight
ing. It was one of the best con
ventions since the r.agles were
organized and the future of the
organization never looked bright
er. Mr. Sattler returned bv way
of T,os Angeles.
m THIS MORNING
KKlOia OF UiK ui.M'liiuN
Bnk of Cass County,'
of J'lattsmotith, Nebraska.
Charter Ho. 642.
Inririran-l in the state of Netiraskn. at liie
oli;s4l at ln:iii-ss Auiftisl ill. li'il. i
KKsol li( KS
I.i-lllls Hill (lisripllllts .117.11" M'
v hImOs. MM';;ri-il and un vnn-d . l.tij.',
Itotiils. M-rin il ls. uiti'im-nts. rlaitns,
lr .Vim M
Ifaiiklni: Iii'iiv luniiuire ami li- . i
imi-s !i.;liit (HI '
lU'alriaU'iitlii'Mtiiin flanking h'iue 4. ;Ym ...
Cnnvnt j-xiM-nsi's ami taxiw pitii) 4..4 in
line fmin nai'i. stale ami private
hanks f :M
f tin k. ami it-n. r "xtrii n tr iVl .-
("lllTIMICV fl.MI i n '
(mill in IP.tiNi I'll
.ilvT.i'ii'kel and i'i'iit .si ii ,
niii al stia-k iumiI ill
Siitiiliis fiiml .
. :i.t (hi
. . .-.'.mill in
; I niliviilual ill iMKit. snliii-rt to
i 'l inn. ..... ii;....t. ,i...uit
(Hht-rs elHvks oiiiHtaiMliiiL'
Iii'l'iiNitnis' Kitarantr fund.
. Total... !?:!?IU'.'i7 SI i
S'i ATK. UK N'KHHAKK.t.
'or nt v or Cass ( ss I, T. M. I'atli'i-son
cahii i-uf tin' alinvf named liank iln hi-rrtiy
w'tir thai tltf alMive si ttti'ini'iit Is n.r
ii'i'l anil a tnii' niv of Oih wimrt. itiiulc tDtlic
Stall' llankliit' Itiiind. T. M. I'attkkson.
... ,, jCllAU. C. I'AIIMKI.K. Illicrtnr,
.h.si.(. tJ Ki;kmiki((ikii. Iiitei'tor.
SiiiiM filirti and sworn tola-fore tne tills "tti
day nf Auirtist. mil. Vkiina Matt.
Seal! My i-omiiilssloi) ex lilies .Inly i"tli. I HI 7
Injured by Automobile.
Will Kruger, from near (ireen
wood, is in the city today, coming
down for a few days' visit with
county seat friends and relatives.
He is compelled to get around by
the aid of crutches owing It) being
injured in an automobile accident !
a few days ago. One week ago
yesterday evening he was driving
home from fSreenwood, closely
followed by Joseph Halmes in his
automobile, and while Joe was not
driving very fast, he was not seen
by Mr. Kruger in time to prevent
a collision. The automobile, struck
the buggy with such force as to
throw Mr. Kruger from his seat, to
the ground, injuring his back and
hip and otherwise bruising him tip
considerably. The team did not
run away, even. though the buggy
was pretty badly lorn up.
Harsh physics react., weaken
the bowels, cause chronic con
stipation. Ioan's Hegulefs oper
ate easily, tone (lie stomach, cure
const ipatio.n. ?5c. Ask your
druggist, for them.
Make Trip to Omaha.
Paul Wolfarlh, Fred Jess ami
Fred I.indeman ma'le a trip to
Omaha Saturday in Paul's launch
"Viking," returning Monday
evening. They report a tine trip
except for the occasional unpleas
antness of getting the boat off
sandbars, Fred Jess not proving a
good pilot. The rest of the boys
aver that this was due to I ho fact
that land looked better than
water to him after he took an at
tack of sea-sickness on the way
tip. They say he "fed the fishes"
For-bowel complaints in 'chil
dren always give Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and castor oil. It is cer
tain to effect a cure and when re
duced with water and sweetened
is pleasant to take. No physician
can prescribe a better remedy. For
sale by F. ft. Fricke & Co.
Mrs. D. L. Adams of Murray
went to Omaha today.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OK Tilt -
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At Plattsmouth, in the State of Ne
braska, at the close of business
September 1, 1911.
Ixiutm and ilisi-ouiils frMT.nis.iW
OvettlmftH. secured and unseriired.. 9.774m
H. IhiikIh to nei-nre rltviilntlott .... StUNtO.OO
Otlier IkhiiIh to npcuii Piistul Sar
in us 8,nnn.rn
I'remlunm on I!. H. bonds I.ami.no
HoikIh, seruril les. pk- lltlsTijul
Itnnktnii tionsp. furniture, fixture... M.iM
t l her real estate owned 7.tnl7.si
Due from nntloitnl hank (not n-
sere airents) Ki.1T
One from minroved reserve nirenls . 5.jm.S."i
Checks mil other ctisti Items m4.M
Notes of other liKttotml Imnks 7.000.00
I'rnctlonal pniwr currency, nickels
and cents ltd '
Lawful money reserve In hank, viz:
Soecle. . $.ti.tlV00
Leirnl-teniler notes..... a.:tH.t l.'l.iCO.OO
Hedeiniiiton fund from I'.S. Treas
urer (." iter cent of circulation).. i.lno.Oo
('unit ul stock paid tti J .Viooo.oo
Surplus fund iTi.HOti.mi
t'ndlvliled nrollls, less expense and
taxes paid 2,:tltl.:m
National hank notes outstanding... NVonO.OH
Imllvlilual detswits sillilect to check 104.1117 01
lemaml cettlllcules of ileinwll IH.HM.'.H
Time certificate of dcnslt l!n.:oo.l!i
OeiHisltxof Postal Savlnirs KJ0.4S
St ale of Nebraska t
Count v of Co-is ( ' '
I. It. N. Povey. cashier
of the alAve-nnmi (1 hank, do solemnly swear
that the almve statement Is true to the U-st of
my knowledge and Is-lief.
II. N. Povit. Cashier.
Correct Attest; Oro. E. IHivkt.
ti. K NAI'I',
V. K. Sciil.ATKM, Directors
Suliscrllied and sworn to before me litis
71h day of September. ItMI. I. o. Dwykh.
Sea II Notary Public.
My commission expires Amrustit. 1HI4.
We offer to the trade the best proposi
tion ever offered in the Hosiery business
4 pair for $1.00
We guarantee that
naivij, win nut nave iuuu udrticj or mertcca
in the toe, heel or sole for four months from
date of purchase. They come in ladies', gen
tlemen's, girls' and boys'. Ask to see them.
A FINE PICNIC ,!l .
THE COUNTRY YESTERDAY
An Occasion Long to Be Remem
bered by All These Who
The Ladies' Aid society of the
M. K. church held their annual
picnic at the beautiful comitry
home of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge
Kafl'enberger, seven miles west of
this city, yesterday, and it was an
occasion which was so delightful
in every particular that il will be
long remembered by all those in
About the hour of !) o'clock in
the morning about twenty-five of
the ladies assembled at the
church, where the carryalls await
ed them, and when all the ladies
had reached the church, were
driven to Hie Ivaffcnbcrgcr home.
I ' fx in their arrival there they were
most hearily welcomed by Mrs.
Kaffenberger and family, who!
soon made their guests feel very
much al, home, they having left1
nothing undone toward insuring
them a fine time.
The ladies had brought, baskets'
filled with many good things to
eat, but in the meantime Mrs. Kaf
fenberger bad prepared a portion
of the dinner, such as fried chick
en, mashed potatoes and various
other viands, such as a farmer
wife's larder would afford. Two
large tables were placed in the
large and roomv dining room of
the Kaffenberger home, which
were loaded with everything which
would appeal to one's appetite and
which one could think of in the
eiHable line. At the noon hour
fhf onl iPfi Pnnin'inv woo cnolnil
' I P I I ' I I I I I J .11 (II t
and all joined in this elegant I
feast of good things.
The afternoon hours were most
en.ioyably snent in social conver
sation nod other amusements.
Some delie-fitful numbers in the
shape of instrumental and vocal
selections were furnished and ad
ded to the pleasures of the dav.
Delicious watermelon was served'
throughout the afternoon hours.
Before leaving the entire company
was served wilh supper, and we
have j verv cofident iallv from one
of the ladies in attendance that
for downritrht enjoyment this oc
casion was one of the very best
it has been her good fortune to
participate in. and it mav he said
lo the credit of Mrs. Kaffenberger
and ffnjiv that the entertainment
ofTf d on tin's occasion was all
that 'lost'itable minds end expert
culinary alilitv moM devise.
"I have a world of confidence in
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
I have used il with perfect sue-!
cess." writes Mrs. M. I. Haifm-d.
Poob sv ille. Md. For sale by F.
(!. Fricke & Co.
r e- f .
To convince every lover of Art Needlework that Richardson's
Grand Priz Wash Embroidery Sillc is the Best, wo will give away
A Pillow Top With Backr
Choice of 12 Pretty Designs--
Absolutely Free T
All we ask Is that you buy six skeins of Richardson's Grand Prtn
Grecian Floss with which to embroider it, and a Diagram Lesson for 25.
Tho Pillow Top and Back are absolutely free.
Corner. SixthandMain St. yAones
4 pair, if worn alter- i
Digestion and Assimilation.
Il is imt the ipiantily of food
taken, but. the amount dim'svd
and- assimilated that ui.es
strength and vitality to the sys
tem. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Fiver Tablets invigorate the stom
ach and liver ami enable them to
perform their functions naturaUy.
For sale by F. (i. Fricke & Co.
Lightning Strikes House.
Last Saturday night lightning
struck August Meyer's house,
near the quarry., ft was a new
cottage and was burned to the
ground, together with about all
the household goods. The loss is
nearly $2,00(1, partly covered by
insurance. The house was struck
at 10:3(1, but aside from the
chimney being wrecked they did
not notice much damage and soon
went lo bed. At 12:30 they were
awakened by the dense smoke in
the room and the family barely'
escaped in lime to save them
selves, losing all their clothes and
furniture except two or three
pieces. II was feared for awhile
the big barn would burn, but
there was help enough to save it,
Weeping Water Republican.
Diarrhoea is always more or
less prevalent during Seyleniber.
He prepared for it. Chamber
Iain's Colic, CholcPfc and Diar
rhoea Remedy is prompt and ef
fectual. II. can always he depend
ed upon and is pleasant to tike.
For sale by F. ft. Fricke A Co.
Returns From Broken Boh.
C. C. Parntele. son, Pollock, and
(leorge Horn, who took the auto
mobile route for Hroken Bow last
Saturday, returned home Tuesday
evening, inakina- the run from
Kearney home in the one day, ar
riving here ahoul i o'clock. They
had a very pleasant trip and it
proved quite a sight-seeing jour
ney for Mr. Horn, but the novel
features being rather old to Mr.
Parniele and Pollock, as they have
made the trip several limes. Mr.
Parniele bought another section
of land that is added to their
ranch, completing the square
tract of laud for them, makir in
all -it. COO acres.
Accidents will happen, but the
best-regulaled families keep D'.
Thomas' Relent ic Oil for such
emergencies. It subdues the pain
and beats the hurt's-
A Baby Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith are re
joicing this week over the arrival
of a new baby girl at their home.
The little stranger . arrived, last,
Salurdav and both mother and the
little one are I'oing nicely, and
"Hill." is still abb" to turn the
crank for llie'iiml ion pictures at
the Majestic and even the pictures
o'-esent a more happy and a-iod-nalnivil
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