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makes possible a delightful Auto ride to Omaha only 19 miles
distant from Plattsmouth. q
A drive over Omaha's 25 miles of beautiful paved boule-
vards and park system will furnish a pleasant surprise and
Fort Crook's fine macadam drives and regular afternoon J$
and evening band concerts are very enjoyable and are free to
Take a little jaunt over the new Auto and Wagon Bridge, o
You will like it. S
POLLOCK & DUFF
III,,. ii,tj n,l ...f,
lit' ' mi " iiit'i 'vtiii i tii in , si
nature finds a way to feed the
ana he will come cmt all right,
luit tlnTf is a chance that he may
have further trouble.
Mail Carriers Will Fly.
Tin is an nuc of great dis-
iivcrit's. progress rules on Hie
in1. Nion we may see Lncle r-ain s
mail carriers llyinw in all direc
t ions, transporting mail. People
take a wonderful interest in a
iseovery that benefits them.
That's why lr. King's New Dis-
overy fur Coughs, Colds and
I her throat and lung diseases is
the most popular medicine in
merica. 'It cured me of a dread
ful cough," writes Mrs. J. F.
avis, Stickney Corner, Me., "af
ter doctor's treatment and all
other remedies had afiled." For
oughs, colds or any bronchial
affection it's unemialed. Price
Oc and Si.OO. Trial bottle free
it F. fi. Fricke & Co.
James A. Talkington came in
from Surprise Wednesday after-j
noon to attend to some business
John firoff of Texmo, Okla
homa, arrived last week and has
been visiting with I. L. Creamer
Crandina Wetenkamp cele
brated her 7 1st birthday Wednes
day. May she enjoy many years
more of good health is our wish.
H. M. Hiishnell of Lincoln was
in town Wednesday afternoon
interviewing our business men in
regard to organizing a Com
lr. I. C. Monger went to Ash
land yesterday and delivered an
address before a joint, meeting of
the Saunders and Cass County
William Oelschalger made a
trip to Lincoln Monday, morning
and from there took a party of
gentlemen to Crete on business.
C. K. Osbon departed Monday
morning for Hot Springs, S. I)., in
response to a message announc
ing the serious illness of his
Only live weeks until the annual
picnic. The ollicers and com
mittees are busy arranging an ex
cellent program for your enter
tainment, (looil ball games and
Fports will also be on the bill of
Henry Snoke, one of our pros
perous farmers living east of
tow'n, was the llrsl one in Ibis
neighborhood to lluish cutting
wheat. On Friday he threshed his
wheat and averaged 25 bushels to
the acre. This is indeed a good
yield, but it is more, pleasing lo
know Hint it tested til pounds.
Our good friend, Sam West lake,
is another contestant for the
wheat-raising honors, and on Sat
urday and Monday he delivered
about 1,000 bushels to George
Trunkenbolz, which averaged 2rt
bushels per acre ami tested 01
pounds. Cass county wheat is
not so bad after all.
I Republican. J
Shetland Ponies fop Sale.
I have an excellent team of
Shetland ponies for sale. Well
broke and at a price that is right.
ft. F. L Plattsmouth.
Mrs. Hadley has rented her
house and moved to IMal tsnioulh
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Marshall, on rriday, July otn, a
J. M. Hanney ami family and
Miss Kslher liolilander departed
Tuesday for a three weeks' stay
Mose, Card and family went
over to Logan, Iowa, Wednesday
last to spend a week visiting hi
parents and friends.
l ne ttounlilul liarves that is
being garnered will not only feed
the people, but make it possible
for any ordinary farmer to buy
m . M. lledennaugli, the prin
cipal-elect, ot the academy, was
in town last Friday. He will be
gin his work as principal in about.
Mrs. Flizabeth Young Seabright
ami sou and daughter, came in
Saturday morning from New
Hampton, Mo., to visit her sister
Mrs. A. I. llalslon.
J. F. Hall departed Monday for
Omaha, and goes from there to
Patterson, Slanisland, California
for the balance of the summer
His father is out there now.
The alarm of lire last Monday
evening called the hoys out for
run to the -home of Mrs. I
!rumni on the south side. It was
a building used for a chicken am
store house, ami it was burned
Mrs. lU'uium had their while
clothing stored m the house, am
it represents considerable loss,
A. i. HickoK. he vendor o
patent medicines, met with an at
cidenl the Fourth while shooting
a roman candle. When they be
have right they shoot out in the
blue sky and look pretty, but
this one shot, backward into hi
hand and burned it, -making
painful wound. He look an en
Adolph Mogensen met with an
accident the Fourth of July that
has kept him off duty since. lie
was using his knife to make a pin
for the harrow. The team was
little unruly and he struck one of
the horses. The knife was in his
right hand and in some manner
the blade penetrated the right
arm, severing the arteries. He
lost a large amount of blood be
fore the doctors could gather up
I. N. Young of Hastings is in
town Ibis week visiting his father-
in-law, Theodore Heini.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Tim
(Sorter, Tuesday, July 1), a girl.
Also to Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Clifford,
Thursday, July l, a girl .
Tilt- lirsl car of new wheat sold
on the Omaha market was ship
ped from Louisville by Keckler &
Schafer. It tested 03 pounds and
sold for 97 Vi cents.
Miss Lillian Johanson of (Had
hook, lowa, who lias ween here
for the past week visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Fmnia Pinch, returned
her home Thursday.
John Koop secured the contract
for framing 150 scenic advertise
ments for the Platte. Iliver Bridge
ompany and went to Omaha
Wednesday to purchase the molding,
The Missouri Pacific passenger
train changed time Monday, the
norlh-boiind train trriving at 9:07
a. m. instead of 10:30: going
south the time is changed but
lightly, arriving at 5:02 instead
deorge Forcade, Missouri Pa
cific station agent, is taking a de
served vacation and in company
wilh his family left, Monday for
dradois Mills, Missouri, where
they will visit for a time wilh
relatives. J. F. Mayflejd of Talm-
ige is taking care of business at
the station in Mr. Forcade's
deorge llingo's old driving
orse took a foolish streak Wed-
Ilapids. Iowa, arrived here Tues-
lay evening and is the guest of
her friends. Misses Pearl and Car
rie Banning, south of this vil
lage. The Missouri Pacific had a pair
of Union men for assistant pas
senger agents at the Omaha depot
a fdiort.time ago, hut Dr. Walker
and Jack Iloddy assert that the
expense exceeded ttleir expecta
tions, hence their resignation.
Bert Tulene came home Satur
day from Malvern, Iowa, where he
and his brothers operated their
merry-go-round at a big celebra
tion on July 4th. The whistle of
a merry-go-round is just the kind
of music that tickles Bert's ear.
William Craig and family,
moved down from Thurston coun
ty last week, and for the present
will occupy the house just west of
town near deorge. LaRues. Mr.
Craig purchased the Rufus Taylor
farm east of town some time ago,
but is not to have possession until
next spring, and will reside here
until lime to move to the farm.
If. R. Wills and wife of Seattle,
Washington, made a visit with
relatives anil friends here, and d
parted on the Tuesday morning
train for Des Moines, Iowa, to
make a few days' visit and will go
from there direct to their home in
Seattle. This was Mr. Wills' first
visit here since he left eleven
years ago. He finds some changes
in the "old town," also a great
many old-time friends who were
very glad to meet tim.
Plattsmouth, : : : : : :
Permanently located at the M. E. Manspeaker Livery Barn, on and after
July 22, 1912. Graduate of the Kansas City Vet. College. All calls either day
or night, will be given prompt attention.
Excursion Boat Saturn Passes Up
the River, Stopping Here to
The excursion boat Saturn, of
Kansas City. with Cantain
Mattews in charge, passed up the
river yesterday afternoon and tied
up at the Plattsmouth wharf long
enough to take on live tons of
coal. The skipper stated that he
left Kansas City Friday morning
at 9 o'clock and had found steam
ing up the river very slow, as the
channel of the river is very un
certain. There would be for short
distances deep holes where he
could make nine miles an hour,
then the boat would run into shal
low water and it would require an
hour and a half to get over the
He was of the opinion that the
Just received on track, car of
extra choice Midland Hay from
the Loup river country, and while
it lasts we will sell it at $16.00 per
ton. This is a hay of excellent
color, fine quality, at the very low
price of S1C.00 per ton from our
hay shed. Come and supply your
wants before It Is all gone.
Cedar Creek Lumber Co.,
Cedar Creek, Neb.
Insect Bite oCtss Leg.
A Boston man lost his leg from
the bile of an insect two years be- day is past when this portion of
fore. To avert such calamities
from slings and bites of insects
use Ducklen's Arnica Salve
promptly to kill the poison and
prevent inflammation, swelling
and pain. Heals burns, boils,
ulcers, piles, eczema, cuts,
bruises. Only 25 cents at F. G.
Fricke & Co.
L. Shoemaker, wife and chil.
dren, who have been visiting Lee
Coiner and wife for a couple of
days and attending the carnival,
returned to their home at Cedar
Creek yesterday afternoon.
the Missouri can be used for
boats, due to the thickly settled
country, the cutting away of the
timber along Ihe river banks and
the rains, which are more tor
rential than formerly. There is a
line of boats, however, being oper
ated from Kansas City to St.
Louis and doing a good business.
There are live boats in the line,
besides several huge steel barges.
Captain Matthews was taking his
boat to Omaha for a month, when
he will go from there lo St. Louis.
ne'sday on Main street and upset
(he buggy. deorge was picked
up and later taken to bis home in
an automobile. He is out again,
but complains of a very lame hip
and one of bis optics looks as if
he might have been up against
Louisville is happy the sup
plies for our new $10,000 water
works are on hand and Ihe pipes
I hat will carry the wafer supply
are being laid in position. It will
only be a short time until our
citizens can attach a hose to a
hydrant and gel water for lawn
purposes that will enable them to
have -pretty lawns (brought the
summer season and the water
supply will be a great boon to the
housewife and save "Johnny
many a (rip to the old well. For
lire protection the water supply
cannot beo verestimated.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
Cass County, ss.
In County Court. '
In the Matter of the Estate of
William M. Wiley, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that the.
creditors of said deceased will
meet the Administrator of said
estate, before me, County Judge of
Cass County, Nebraska, at the
County Court room in Platts
mouth, in said County, on the 27th
day of July, 1912, and on the 27th
day of January, 1913, at 10 o'clock
a. tn. each day, for the purpose of
presenting their claims for exam
ination, adjustment and allow
Six months are allowed for the
creditors ol said deceased lo pre
sent their claims, and one year
for the Administrator to settle
said estate, from the 25th day of
Witness my hand and seal of
said County Court at Plattsmouth,
Nebraska, this first day of July,
(Seal) ALLEN J. BEESON,
D. O. DWYER, Attorney.
Statement of the Condition
Buy P now. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoo Rem
edy is almost certain to be needed
before the summer is over. Buy
it now and be praperad for such
an emergency. For sale by F. d.
Fricke & Co.
Miss Delia Roman1 of Sioux City,
Iowa, is in the city, the guest of
her uncle, Gus Roman and family
If you are a Housewife you can
not reasonably hope to be healthy
or beautiful by washing dishes,
sweeping and doing housework
all day, and crawling into bed"
dead tired at night. You must
get out into the open air and sun
light. If you do this every day
and keep your stomach and bowels
in good order by taking Cham
berlain's Tablets when needed.
you should become both healthy
and beautiful. For sale by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
The fine residence on High School
Hill known as the Mae Patterson
property, can be bought, if taken
soon, at i?2,20O.OO. A cottage on
Wintersteen Hill, city water and
cement sidewalks, for only $325.
The five-room cottage within two
blocks of Main street for $350. We
have many others for sale at bar
gain prices and on easy terms.
WINDHAM INVESTMENT AND
For soreness of the muscles,
whether induced by violent exer
cise or injury, there Is nothing
belter than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. This liniment also relieves
rheurnatic pains. For sale by F.
d. Fricke & Co.
Go to Henry's Notion Store for
Candies, Post Cards, Ice Cream
and 10c Sheet Music. Riley Block,
on North Sixth Street.
Special Rates vor
TO THE EAST. Excursion rates to New York and Boston, via all routes go
ing ono way, returning another. A most attractive tour of the East may
be ninde at theso rates.
TO THE PACIFIC COAST. I.ow excursion rates every day; asill lower rate
to tours on special dates; tho greatest railroad journey in the world and at
very low rates.
YELLOWSTONE PARK. Special rates for any kind of tour desired; go in
via Cody, tho Scenic entrance, come out via Gardiner personally conducted
camping tours; tho Wylio ramp tours. Ask agent for Park literature.
MOUNTAIN TOURS. Ask agent for handbook of Colorado resorts. Lookup
Mot Springs, S. 1)., ank ask for Itlack Hills booklet. You might like the
Big Horn Mountains at tho Sheridan and Ranchester resorts; ask for leaf
let. Get in touch with us. Ask for rates and publications for any kind of
a vacation tour.
- R. W. CLEMENT, Agent.
W. L. WAKELY, General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
The Choice of a Husband
is too important ti matter for a
woman to be handicapped by
weakness, bad blood or foul
breath. Avoid these kill-hopes by
Inking Dr. King's Life Pills. New
strength, fine complexion, puro
breath, cheerful spirits things
that win men-follow their use.
F.asv, safe, sure, 25c at F. G.
THE LIVINGSTON LOAN AND BUILDING I
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB, JUNE 30,1912
J. It. Iloddy and George St ilea
were transacting business Satin-
dav at Pacific Junction and
D. Dlair Porter went to Plalts-
nioiilh on the Wednesday evening
train to look after a few items of
Samuel Arn returned Monday
from Atlantic, Iowa, where he was
spending a few days with bis
brother, Jtdin Arn, who has been
Miss Maude Strait of Hamburg,
lowa, spent several days with her
relatives in this vicinity, visiting
John McCarroll and family and
Kilwaru oung and wne.
Charles E. Cook and wife and
Nellie and Raymond Cook of
Plattsmouth, and Raymond Stryk
er and Fred Kent of Omaha wero
out to enjoy an auto ride Tues
day and made a short visit hero
-Miss Lulu McMillen of Cedar
Flint mortgaife loans inr.00ri
Stock loans 10.ST5 Wl
(-sh - IU.3.M 38
lH-linuncnt interest, premiums and
tines h.:k( to
Insurance and taxes tia d and ad
vanced 1.714 w
lteal estate contract 74
Item luvomil iatl s; I
CnidtRl Stock paid up JlrtVfi-S 00
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Interests, ini'inlitins and tines i Kt:i7 .
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Total t T0.:.VJ M
I. Carl (1. Fricke. secretary of the nlmve
named association, do solemnly swenr that the
forciroliiK statement of (he condlt lonof snld ns-
scvlatloii. Is true and correct to tne nest or my
Liiowledk'n and licllci.
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F. U. KdKN UF.KUEU. I
8uls'rlled ami sworn to ln-fore me thlsOth
Ht of . iilv lOli A. L TIOO.
Ikkii.I Notary l'lihllc
My commission expires tct. 5. 1015.
36 Pairs Children's Slippers one Strap
and Lace Sizes 3 to 7y2 worth $1
SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK
. BOM & son
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