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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1912)
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought, find whhh ha bcci.
In use for over 30 years, has borne the rtsnatr.ro r f
and. has hocn made under h:a r-cr-
ftf-f J'- . fional supervision Binco its Infamy.
l-CCiO&tAi Allow Tin una ii. ileeelvrt vol! In Ill's.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goal" arc hut
Experiments that tririo Avlth and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Cnstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It
ontalng neither Opium, Morphine, nor Other Jinrcotlo
substance. Its age- is its guarantee. It destroys AVorin
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipution
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
ttouiueh and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleei.
The Children's Panacea- Tho 31 other' Friend.
GENUINE C ASTORIA ALWAYS
) Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bough!
In Use For Over 30 Years
THC CCNTAUR COMPANY, TT MUHMV tTKECT, NC OAK CITY.
which will indeed be (food news to
her many F.agle friends.
Thf news of the death of Her
man Lau rame as a great shock
to the entire community, although
it was known that his condition
was very serious. He was taken
sick a few weeks ago with what
developed into spinal meningitis,
and the attending physician
struggled desperately with it, but
the dreadful disease had secured
such a hold that in spite of all that
medical skill could do he passed
away at o'clock Monday after
Almost a Miracle.
One of the most startling
changes ever seen in any man, ac
cording to V. Ii. Holsclaw, Clar
endon, Tex., was effected years
ago in his brother. "He had such
a dreadful cough," he writes,
"that all our family thought he
was going into consumption, but
he began to use Dr. King's New
Discovery, and was completely
cured by ten bottles. Now he is
sound and well and weighs 218
pounds. For many years our
family has used this wonderful
remedy for Coughs and Colds
with excellent results." It's quick,
safe, reliable and guaranteed.
Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial
bottle free at F. G. Frickc & Co.
I)r. and Mrs. Lislon went to
Lincoln Monday to see Miss Ada
Lislon nl the SI. .Joseph's hos
pital. Mr. and Mrs. Olio King were
called to Gregory, S. I)., Friday to
Bee the former's mo! her, who is
Mi', and Mrs. John Oehlerking
of Atkinson, Neb., came Saturday
to attend the funeral of the form
er's sister, Mrs. Olto I'leiseh
inan, Henry Clark and family ami
Mrs. Ida Davis ami son Iten drove
over from Memiell Saturday even
ing, ami were over Sunday guests
at the J. F. Hoover home.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. V. Myers at
tended Ihe second district con
vention of the Churches of Christ
at llavelock last week. Mr. Myers
was elected Ihe evangelist for
The Junior League of Hie Ger
man Fvangclicnl church tendered
their superintendent, Fimna
Stirl, a farewell surprise on
Wednesday evening at the F. V.
Loren, home. Miss SI ill, pies to
Council Hind's to reside with her
William Sen f was down from
Council HlulTs Saturday. Mr.
Senf had just go) nicely settled on
Ihe farm he rented near that
place when the Hood waters of
Ihe Old Muddy came and drove
him out. He is now in Council
Mull's, where he will slay if he
can get employment.
Mrs. Charles Clapp passed
away Friday of last week at her
home in Wabash, and her hotly
was laid In rest Sunday in the
Wabash cemetery. Deceased was
well known and highly respected
in Ihe western end of Ihe county,
and her demise has cast a gloom
over her large circle of acquaint
The Danger After Grip
lies often in a run-down system,
Weakness, nervousness, lack of
nppcljlc, energy and ambition,
with disordered liver and kidneys
often follow an attack of this
wretched disease. The greatest
need then is Fleclric Miters, the
glorious Ionic, blood purillcr and
regulator of stomach, liver and
kidneys. Thousands have proved
that they wonderfully strengthen
the nerves, build tip Ihe system
ami restore to health ami good
spirits after an attack of grip.
If suffering, try them. Only 50
cents. Sold ami perfect satisfac
tion guaranteed by F. G. Frieke
! Me a con.
'111 IIIJ II5II
'sday to attend the
Otto Lau of
was here Wcdm
funeral of his hi
L. F. I.anghorsl and family
tme up from Flmwood last Sun
ay and were guests of Dr. I. C.
Munger and family.
Ilarley F. Smith and wife of
l'.nierald were here Wednesday to
attend Ihe funeral of Mrs. Smith's
brother, the late Herman Lau.
Mr. ad Mrs. Art llibbs, living
five miles southeast of here, are
Ihe proud parents of a new son,
which arrived at their home Tues
C. II. Suavely drove over from
Alvo Sunday aflernoon to com
plete arrangements for the Gion-
Snavoly wrestling match at the
hall tomorrow evening.
Mrs. Gus Siekman made a visit
with relatives and friends at
Flmwood Monday. She was ac
compauied home by her sister,
Miss Clara Nickel, who will spend
a few days visiting
William Mahr went to Lincoln
Tuesday to visit his wife, who
was taken to a hnspil.nl there a
few weeks ago for treatment for
rheumatism. Mr. Mahr informs
us that she is doing nicely and
will rclurii home in a few days,
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Miss Isadore Hall returned
from Hickman Tuesday evening,
where she had been visiting for
a few days.
Sheriff Quinton and little
daughter were over from I'latls
moulh Friday to visit his sister,
Mrs. J. M. Pal r.
Two boxes of strawberries for
a quarter sounds good at this
lime of year until one puts on his
glasses ami discovers the boxes.
Mrs. Mlack of Seattle, Wash
ington, arrived Saturday after
noon to care for her daughter,
Mrs. John Opp, who has been
seriously ill for so long.
.Minn Peterson, who is employ
ed at the west quarry got. a broken
arm Sunday through the pcrvcrs
iiess of a "dobv" shot. The shot,
threw a lump of hard clay that
struck him on the forearm, break
ing one of Ihe bones.
Fred West lake, the proinine
horseman from the Avnea vicinity,
was a welcome caller at lihs otlicc
Friday. Mr. West lake moved this
.spring onto the farm he was born
on, thai has been owned by his
father for over fifty years.
George C. Sheldon is building a
substantial farm house on the
place north of town occupied by
Albert Sti.il. It will be 2 fix -.'8 feet,
two stories and contains eight
rooms. Will Adams is doing Ihe
Miss Lolela Carpenter and Miss
Marie Miller of Hamburg, Iowa,
were Here iroin Saturday until
Monday visiting Miss Gladys
West. The young ladies are fel
low students at the convent at
Nebraska City and returned to
their sludies Monday. Mrs.
West ccninpanied Ihe girls.
James Fahneslock has pur
chased a moving picture outfit of
the latest and best design and
upon its arrival will set it up here
and give Ihe people of this com
munity a week's entertainment.
Mr. Fahneslock will have several
tents, seats and other con
veniences and expects to put in
Ihe summer on Ihe road with his
Baldness Is Too Generally Con
sidered a Sign of Advanced
A bald-headed person does not
have an equal chance with one
blessed with a healthy head of
hair, because baldness is too gen
erally accepted as an indication
of age. Many large corporations
have established an age limit,
and refuse to take men over 35
years of age as new employees.
Probably 05 per cent of bald
headed people may regain a good
head of healthy hair if they will
follow our advice and accept our
offer. We have a remedy that we
positively guarantee to grow hair
on any head, unless the roots of
the hair are entirely dead, their
follicles closed, and the. scalp has
become glazed and shiny. We
want people to try this remedy at
our risk, with the distinct under
standing that unless it does oX
aactly what we claim it will, and
gives satisfaction in every re
spect, we shall make no charge
for the remedy used during the
We know exactly what we are
talking about, and with this offer
back of our statements no one
should scofl", doubt our word, or
hesitate to put our remedy to an
We want every one in l'latts
nioulh who is suffering from any
scalp or hair trouble, dandruff,
falling hair or baldness, to try our
Hexall '"3" Hair Tonic. We waul
iiiem lo use n, regularly say un
til three bottles have been used
and if it, does not eradicate dand
ruff, cleanse and refresh Ihe
scalp, tighten Ihe hair in its
roots, and grow new hair, we will
rclurii every cent paid us for tin
remedy for the mere asking
There is no formality expected
ami we exact no obligation irom
the user whatever.
We are established right hen
in lMattsiiioulh, and make this
oiler with a full umlerstamlin;
that our business success entire
ly depends upon the sort of treat
ment we accord our customers
ami we would not dare make Hi
above offer unless we were pos
itively certain that we could sub
slant iale it in every particular.
Remember in Ibis community only
it our store The Rexall Store.
G. Frieke & Co., Fnion Hlock
METCALFE 10 AID
ORE TRAVEL HINTS!
THE BIG HORN MOUNTAINS: The hotels and ranches around Sheridan in
these beautiful pine clad mountains are attracting a large Summer pat
ronage. It will pay you to inquire about them.
THE BLACK HILLS: Hot Springs, South Dakota, in one of the finest health
restoring regions in the West. It is deautifully located In the Southern
THERMOPOLIS HOT SPRINGS, WYOMING: I the Owl Creek Mountains,
18 million gallons of hot water, 130 degrees, flow daily. FamouB through
out the West for its wonderful cures of rheumatism.
EASTERN VACATION TOURS: Attractive special rate tours will be announc
ed and leaflets containing details will be mailed to ticket agents. It will
be to your advantage to consult agent, that ho may tell you about these
rates to various Eastern localities.
Consult with us as to special rates available to these resorts.
It Looks Like a Crime
to separate a boy from a box of
Mucklen's Arnica Salve. His
pimples, boils, scratches, knocks,
sprains and bruises demand it,
and its quick relief for burns,
scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep
it handy for boys, also girls.
Heals everything beatable, and
does it quick. Unequaled for
piles. Only 25 cents at F. 0.
Frieke & Co.
R. W. CLEMENT, Agent.
L. W. WAKELY, Genenl Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Insure your farm property 4
I in the Farmers' Mutal Fire
J and Live Stock Insurance !
J Company of Cass County,
j Nebraska. Limited to Cass
! county only. Incorporated
I in 1891. Only one as- f
sessnient of 2 mills made
during the entire time.
! Amount of Insurance In
force $1,303,955.00. Amount 4
I of money in treasury. $4,- !
J 857.69. Membership fee 60 4
j cents per hundred for 5 4
years. For particulars 4
4 write 4
j J. P. FALTER, Secretary, 4
Plattsmouth, Neb. 4
I E AD
And Urges All His Friends
Rally to Support of Falls
A special from Lincoln, under
dale of April 23, says: In a let
ter sent lo J. II. Morehead of
Falls City today, 11. I.. Metcalfe of
this city acknowledges his defeat
for the gubernatorial nomination
of the democratic party and says:
"I assure you that my services
shall he at your command during
the rainpaign upon which you are
about lo enter."
After a comprehensive review of
what he believes should be (lie
constructive policy lo be followed
by the democratic parly in this
stale, Mr. Metcalfe closes his
In the meantime I ask my
friends everywhere to rally to your
support and lo unite in the effort
which I hope will now he made by
every faithful democrat for a re
organization of party lines in Ne
braska, upon the solid foundation
of public good, with malice to
ward none and with charily for
1GQ0-L1EN, VOKEL AND H0RSES-1QOO
500 hT AD W HORSES
100 RARE WILD ANIMALS
ACRES OF TENTS
10,000 SEATING CAPACITY
HUGE SPECTACULAB TKEATORIUM
Rare and Complete Zoological Collection,
Every knows reproraUuVc of the Animal World. Mother, tod their Young oi every (uuilr.
Ovor a Qunrlar of 1 Contury of Contlnuons
Success. No othor ihow in the world can
truthfully claim this proud distinction.
EVERY ACT IS A FEATURE,
ZENS OF FOREST.
PLAIN. Man's Super
iority over tha Brute
but beautifully Demon
The Highest Salaried and Most Accomplish
ed Performers of Eurore and America In
Feata of Daring. Skill, Agility and Grace.
EXHIBITED FOR THE FIRST TIME
Rankaof Performers of
this country and Eu
rope culled, and only
the yery best selected.
No other show has as
many High Salaried
Featura Artists under
contract as has this.
Finest Stable of Blue Ribbcn Horses ever assembled
Five Tents of Thoroughbred Horses Frea for Inspection at all times.
Superb Educated Equine Exhibition
High School Menage Hotaea el unprecedented prolloleno.
MAGNITUDE. MERIT AND MODERNISM.
United for Educating and Entertaining.
STUPENDOUS, GLITTERING CTDCCT DADNfiC WILL LEAVE THE
MODERN. KALEIDESCOP1C O I II tt I rHllAUT GROUNDS AT 10
O'CLOCK AND PASS THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE STREETS.
Over a Mile in Length and brilliant In splendor. This should be seen whether the ,
show Is seen or not. immediately stter tne parade and
again at 6.30 p. m. Is to ba seen
THE THRILLING FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITION
in i Tw n -
' Immediate!!! after the Parade
is the thrilling FREE OUTSIDE EXHIBITION '
en tne Jnow grounr
Afternoon and Evening
fi' O'Neill Grounds south 13.
& M. Shops.
Sonic pood llrst-clasa prairie
hay, on farm oifrht miles wost of
R. L. Propst, Mynard.
Why H Was Late.
"What ninth you so lato?"
"I mot Sniithson."
"Woll, Hint is no reason why
you should he an hour late pet
tinp home lo supper."
"I know, hut I asked him how
he was feelinp, and he insisted on
lellinp me nhout his stomach
"Did you loll him lo lake Cham
horlain's Tablet s?"
"Sure, that is what he needs.
Sold by V. fl. Frieke & Co.
William Jones Improving.
William Jones, who has been
sulTerinp from a siepe of pnou
monia for some lime, is on Ihe
way lo recovery. Althotiph pain
inp slowly, lie is imprnvinp. Yes
lerday he was able lo walk about
for a short time on Ihe porch, the
first lime since his sickness. His
numerous friends will be plad lo
see him down town npain.
The Journal office carries all
kinds of typewriter supplies.
Claude Shoemaker Proud Pos
sessor of Finest Saddle Horse
in the State.
Claude Shoemaker is Hie proud
possessor nl ne nest irilineu sad
dle horse in Nebraska. Claude
purchased this fine animal recent-
y at Mexico, Missouri. The peld-
inp s name is a revelation in it
self, "Commodore Stone," prob
ably named after the once gov
ernor of Missouri, and "Com
modore. Stone" is a combination
flve-paiteil peldiup, maliopaiiy bay
in color, 15:3 hands biph, weighs
1,1(10 pounds and is 5 years old.
This excellent animal was for
merly owned by lr. M. W. Sleiner
of SI. Joseph, Missouri. The
horse has all Ihe tpialities which
go lo make the real saddler con.
formation, action, llesb, color and
gaits, lie was educated by Thom
as iraes of Woodford country,
Kentucky, and there is no bolter
"Commodore Stone" possesses
everything bead, ears, chesler
dark neck, back, loins and has Ihe
best Hat bone and hoof imagin
able. He is the true type of a
gailetl horse. Mr. Shoemaker is
certainly fortunate in his selec
tion ami could not have found a
bettor specimen of Ihe Kentucky
saddle horse had he looked the:
country oxer. This is the first
saddler which has been brought
lo Ibis city and we hope others
will follow the example of Mr..
Shoemaker and get a good horse.
Puts End to Bad Habit.
Things never look bright to one
with "the blues." Ten to one the
(rouble is a sluggish liver, filling
Ihe system with bilious poison,
that Dr. King's New Life Pills
would expel. Try them. Let the
joy of belter feelings end "the
blues." Best for stomach, liver
and kidneys. 25c at F. O. Frieke
Loses Valuable Dog.
While capering about a rapidly
moving automobile, being driven
north on Fourth street yesterday
afternoon, Ihe valuable dog be
longing lo Dr. K. W. Cook was run
over and killed. There are a few
gentlemen in the city who drive
their machines loo fast while
passing through the city limits,
and often greatly exceed the speed
limit, and it is a wonder that
human life has not boon sacrificed
before this time. Tho speed limit
should he protected, and a few
fines will do Ihe business.
Latest Patterns in Arabian and White!
Lace Curtains, Curtain Scrims plain and with
bordered curtain draperies. Also, a lot of odd cur
tains. Call and see them.
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