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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1913)
The Comfort of
Depends upon protection from the ..
pestering fly. This can he surely
accomplished hy the use of
CONKEY'S FLY KNOCKER
or STANDARD FLY SHY
These preparations are used with a
spray, are very economical and
are surely effective.
Arrival' of New Son.
mm m ms
A l :ai early hour Sunday morn-
in,' tli;- stork, that kindly old bird.
I i the Imnio of
i ll Sinned and
Iff t with them a tine new son and
heir, who is of regulation weight
Israel F. Eates, a Pioneer Citizen ;"id is the pride and joy of his
j parents. The arrival of the new
and Soldier of the Civil War, S(,n at simmi hnme will be
the occasion of congratulations
fmiii ttie many friends of tin?
Passes Away Sunday.
family t hrom-hout the city.
,o MISSOURI PAGIRO
BOOSTERS DID BETTER
They Win From tho Hoctors of
South Omaha by a Score
of 6 to 3.
make unifiers even, slammed the
ball on the nose for two bags and
brought in both Connor and Ma
son. Charles Anlt, the mighty
llrsf, saeker, then came lo bat, and
also decideil In lake a few and
drove a two-baer into ceuler
Held that broueh Carle home, and
be .scored Inter when the lloclor
pitcher atlempted to I brow the
ball over the grandstand.
This was me finish of our
scoring, but il proved a great
.siilliciency and made the boys feel
a lilfle heller than Ihey did Die
fourth. Kveryone played a pood
game and Louie Smith at, short
was there and over, taking all
kinds of chances without a fum
ble, and his team-males were all
on their metal and the visitors
found if mihly hard lo Kid a ball
through the solid inlield. Mason
was able to strike out nine of the
visitors with ease during Hie
Yesterday aflernoon Ihe Boost
ers got away with the base hull
game with Ihe Hoctors of South
Omaha, winning by a score of (i
lo ;t. The Held of Ihe locals was
much improved, and Ihey got
through without, a bobble in the
error line. Mason was doing Hie
tossing for the locals, and his
work was very effective against
the boys from Ihe slock yards,
until several passes ami a couple
of little hits allowed them to
score two runs, and for a few
minutes it looked like I hey might
gel dangerous, but the last Oma
ha man to bat knocked a little
pop-up lo Mason, which retired
Flal I smnul h gathered in ils
' th sl run in I he third inning by
some very strong hilling. Carle,
the first man up, was walked by
the genllemaii who was trying lo almost, all the wheat, cutting in
put Mi 1 1 : 1 1 j over i lie piaie mr
I he isilors. .Villi I'el ired by a lil -
comas just lii in
Another old pioneer citizen and
soldier if the civil war was sum
moned to his final i
Sundav morning, when Israel F.
Ilaies pa- d away at his lio.ne in '
the norl b pari of t !i- city. Mr.
Hales was .-trick":! wilh apojMexy,
at his home early Saturday mom- ;
ing, and his condition gradually
grew worse and he passed away as I
I he result of a hemorrhage of I he j
Mr. Hales was a native of I he I
t - - .1 1 1 .... I I
sia.e o, .xew i.M-h anu wu.s anon, w(,(,M a Ma((e an(1 j,, Crooki
HI vear of a-,., lie came to No- Tl(, ,,..ljn ia,, h,,ni m,Hing a car
braska while a boy. and at, Ihe hat was ou, r commission for
"'U.reak of Ibe eonuVI in 1 !o I ;,i.oul, a mile and when the train
responded lo Ibe call ot President i( ,,lli.i ,,,.,,
I into the ditch, taking ten other
cars witli it. the line was bloct-
The train service over the Mis- j
souri Pacific, was completely sus
pended yesterday between this city
and Omaha as the result of a de
railment of a freight train bo-
Sal urday saw I he c
del ion of
Lincoln for volunteers and enlist
ed in Company A of the First Ne
braska, being then L'fi years of
a'.e, and r -enlisted in lC. i, serv
ing until the regiment, was
mustered out of the service. He
was promoted In the rank nf cup.
pnral for his eTrien! service in
Ihe field, and poso-o,j the high
est esteem of all of Ibe nflioers of
his reg inimt . A f!er I he war M r.
Hales relumed In Nebraska and
engaged in farming for several
years ami later removed to town,
where he had resided for the last
few years, lie leaves a wife and
two sons and two daughters lo
mourn his deal h, as follows:
Charles Hales, Norfolk; Mrs.
F.mnia Colo, Norfolk; Mrs. Martha
Hlue, Spencer , Nidi., and John
Hales of I his city.
Oft ho 1 00 men who joined I he
company from this city in the
First Nebraska. Ihe death of Mr.
Hales leaves only two, J. YV. John
son and Hen Iieoker, all the others
having been summoned lo the
Tho funeral will be hold from
Ihe late home tomorrow afternoon
and will be under the auspices of
Ihe Masonic order, of which tho
deceased was .a member. To tho
sorrowing relatives Ihe deepest
sympathy of Ihe entire community
goes out in this their hour of bil
I. re--1 !!! i f at th" loss of tin' kind
husband and father, and Jms"
who nave known .Mr. i.airs during
his long residence here will sadly
miss him from their circle.
tie grounder In Ihe pilcher, being
Hi row n oul al first. Heal Ihen ad
vanced lot he pan and selected one
looked good am! placed il ill
left Held for two bags and Carle
came home on Hie drive. Mann,
not to be oulibme, also took a
shut at I hi- slants of I ho pilcher
and gnl a two-bagge:' into right
flehl near Ihe fence and scored
Heal, bill Mann
Smith's hit to shortstop, being
caught al second. Salsburg was
pul oul on a grounder from Ihe
second baseman lo first.
There was more doing in tho
balling line in Ihe fourth inning
for the Hooslers and several took
advantage of the pitcher lo fallen
their balling average, (inbelinan,
I his section of Ihe county and tho
farmers were just in I hue, as the
rain and wind slorm would have
played havnc with the gr'.iin had it
been lol'l, standing in the field, and
as il is there was very little that
had imt, been cut and shocked.
The vield of wheat in Ibis section
was very heavy this year and will
average from Ua to io bushels per
acre, which is surely some wheat
i i .. i ii i
was retired oni,,,l' miohhi ne mi iissuiiiin e
of plenty of bread-slull for the
coming year. The only handicap
to Ihe fanners is going lo bo the
shortage of help in I ho threshing
lime, as I hero will be many in the
same neighborhood, all wauling
lo thresh, and imt sufficient men
to handle the grain, lhiring Ihe
harvesting season Hie wages of
ed all day and occasioned a great
ib'al of inconvenience to visitors
here from Omaha who desired lo
return home on Ihe aflernoon
train. A stub was run from Ihis
city to Fnion in tho aflernoon to
make eniineolinns with the reg
ular train, which was sent around
by wav nf Weeping Water ami
l.m;iv Mb1, but most of the travel
ers here wail d to go over Hie
Hiii'lingloii last evening al
or I his morning on No. la.
The train thai, was ditched was
running al a very low speed when
Ihe derailment, occurred and Ihe
I rain crew was not, injured, which
is very fortunate, as if it had been
going at a high' rale of speed it
is almost certain most, of them
would have been seriously in
jured. Tho eonlenls of the cars,
mostly oil, lumber, syrup ami the
like, were scattered over tho
country near the scene of the
wreck in great shape. The com
pany was abb- to put their trains
through this morning all right,
the track having been cleared up.
for this week. We have a
few that we want to close
out for this season:
65c Dresses this week at
75c Dresses this week at
$1.00 Dresses' this week at
$1.25 Dresses this week $1 .1 3
$1.50 Dresses this week $1.35
$2.00 Dresses this week Gl.SO
If in need of a Dress for
the children, call in and
look over our line.
Watch for the Summer Goods Sale
Dovey & Son
ROOT fiOSB SELLS HIS
I f'lt'ttt ll'IMiltl lllJ O-fttWk 111V niilil
tin in muni- MU.i f-i'iiv; iir lllltll t III j
almost, eipial that of skilled labor,
! and in many instances I ho men
. i ,.,,,,1,1 i ii,..: .. ..;.,..
a grounder to simrl l"' " nur''-.
I was 1 1, rnvvn In I h i rd.
omic.ii, D.ntlt. Ci'tvJ f"'2-
who was first up, secured a saTi
bit to rigid Held, and was fnllow-
ed bv Connor w it h a hil In cent i
and I ne ball
roliring ' 1 I : . m i . Carle, to
We trim to maintain
the best assorted stock
of thoroughly season
ed, correctly graded
lumber that can b
Our stock cf
We are headquar
ters for the best r;M'
of plaster manufactur
ed. See us before you
buy. We also want
to talk to you on tho
Familiar Features. Well Known to
Hundreds of PlaUsmoulh
A familiar burden in many
The burden of a "bad back."
A lame, a weak or an aching
Often loll-, von of kidney ills.
Moan's Kidneys Pills are for
Hero is I'latlsinoulh testimony.
Fred W. Oiienlljer, Main SI.,
IMallsmoulh, Neb., says; "Moan's
Kidney Fills are the best, remedy
1 ever used for kidney complaint.
I bad sharp pains in my back
which made it impossible for mo
to.- loop, i also nan i l'minio w n u
my kidneys and 1 found il, hard t
do my work. When I s,v,v Moan's
Fid;; .y pills aderli-Ml 1 got a
.-upply. After f used two boxes
I was well. I am glad In recom
For sale by all dealers. Price
f0 cents. Fosler-Millniru Co.,
Huffato, New York, snle agents for
Ihe 1'iiiled Stales. ,
Hemernher f t f . name-- Morn's
and lake Tin id her.
IHE ASSESSMEHT OF
cass 09. mm
Tlie returns oT th" assessors
for the dill'erenl precincts of Cass
county, as filed in the otlice of
County - Assessor W. H. llryan,
shows that during Hie past year
I lie assessed ' v abut io:i of I ho
cou-ily has increased materially
and shows Ihe prosperous condi
tions that exist throughout the
county. The total assessed valua
tion nf the county is s,S, i ; , 7 '. 7 ,
a;i increase over I'.tMJ of
The total valuation of th" oily, as
returned by the assessors, is
I ST, I I i, an increase over last
vear of !s 7.0 i .". The various re
turn on Ihe live stock owned by
the residents of the county is as
follows; Horses, 1 1,-107, valued
at JOO.O-T. ; cat lie of all descrip
tions, 17,851, valued at .$11 i,
I'itS; mules owned in the county
number 1,137, at a value of ? 3 1 ,
V.'!7. Tho number of hogs show
thai INl.rdlo are returned to the
assessors, with a value placed on
I hem of .", tOO. The horses
average a price each or s'.H.la,
and the mules show an average
value of slm.).:,:,. The cat lie aver
r e s;;VJ0 each, all of which
!-ak well for the character of
liir live stock of Cass county.
There are some ?H automobiles
owned in Ihe county, which will
average ,s:,0 each. There is
only one typesetting machine
owned in the county, being the
linotype owned by tho publisher
of the Journal in this city.
breath, are symptoms that in
dicate worms. Kickapoo Worm
Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge,
i expels the worms, regulates tho
bowels, restores your children to
health and happiness. Mrs. J. A.
anv friends of Mont Robb I ' :,'i,in' Vf pin' "J"' sals..
nave used ivicKapoo worm Jvuier
for years, and entirely rid my
children of worms. I would not
bo without it." Cuaranlood. All
i.-ts, or by mail. Price -J5c.
and family in this county will bo
pleased to learn that they afe to
become residents of the county
again for a lime, as Mr. Itobb has i dru
deposed oi ins hotel, business at j Kifkaprx Indian Medicine Co.,
Sutton, Neb., and will remove to I Philadelphia and St. Louis.
I ho farm near Union, t emporarily j
at, least. Mr. Hold) has been quite j
successful in his venture at Sut-i
Ion and has realized a handsome
Will Assist In Fricko Store.
Mr. Claude Smith of Wahoo,
profit from the hotel. Mr. and , Nebra-ka. ar rived in Ihe city Sat
Mrs. Robh and daughter, Miss ,.,!() evening and will assist in
Cussie, have decided to lake ad- 1 1 in drug .-lore of F. (!. Fricko &
vantage of their leisure time and ji;,,,, during the absence of Mr.
will go to Hillings, Montana, for Frirke in Furope. Mr. Smith is
a short visit with Fl
ling Rolib j
Rid Your Children of Worms.
You can ch..;ige fretful, ill
tempered children inlo healthy,
happy youngsters, by ridding
Iheni of worms. Tossing, rolling,
grinding feilh, crying out while
asleep, accompanied with intense
thirst, pains in the stomach and
bowels, feverishness and bad
an oNperieneed man in Ihe drug
business and will be an able man
for I ho Fricko store.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tho Kind Yea Have Always Bought
has been carefully se
lected and we nov
that you will be high
ly pleased if you place
your order with us.
We also carry a fine
stock of clear Horl
Lady Known Moro to Mjpry.
The announcement has r.ppear-
ei! in i ne unia ua p:i per oi i no i
e !:., i,l of Mi--. I i!a He lie 1
Surprising Cure of Stomach
When you have I rouble wilh
em- tomach or chronic enn-
J f s- '
If Thll - I .
a bigger end tet- V " V, J . "' . L, ',' ",
tcr stock of kd1
k HANSEN'S GLOVE
llervev nf that city to .Mr: Walter 'i :! ion. don't, imagine that your
s- r i j
FOR FARM USE Vii
then ever before. And surely f
working gloves as eood a3 jfrJ& W
UltO lfcvw uvvi
the Hansen frssrf-
M. Hopewell of Tekaiuall, Nel
Miss le'Ve is ii;e Wi
cave is beyond help just because It
, rJ.. nr.d wear
We can e;ive you some
inoil "pointers" on
that score and will be
c;!ad to do it. Coan
in and see us.
We sell only the kr.i
and hi o s t p.ipula;
in Ibis ei! v an' 'nr: I In
so 'n,l people, and has . en a
freduenl visitor hero wilh her
imivorsilv friends. She is a moin-
I known . doctor fails to give you re-
youirvor ! !i"f. Mrs. ( . Slen-le, I'lainfield,
writes, "1 or over a mout'a 1 .
past 1 have been troubled with 1 1 1 y j
stomach. T.verv thing I ate upset, N
her of lb.' Kappa Kappa '.aniuia Imrihly. One of Chamberlain's j
sociclv and was an immense 1 adlv orl ising booklets came to me. ,j
avo-ile at the -'rde uni- AHer reading a few of the b'Hors i :
' iron because ut
if , they arc made from honest leather, fl;
i i i ,..;.,,mr tnnn.-rl hr the exclusive rl r.
.... w--- j - rg l
fj if Hansen process.
They are exceptionally soft and pliable and
ver.o'ly, and li r friends l,,Me will
he nival v plea- -Ml m n-a' i- o! her
fori hcomin marria e. i r. 1 one.
i well is a son of the late l.i,.ulen-! nearly
from jieople who had
1" Chamberlain's Ta
0 ill i I lo Irv Iheni. I have taken
iree-foiirths of a pack- J
em and can now eat. al- 1
! though reinforced at every point of strain, they
i .r, oolm nr rrin tn ninth and ij hi
nave nu tcjiua tJ IfJ
bind the hand. fit 7?
'J v -f tn ?.hnw vou these ntoves .. S.
Z" ?T t l H especially if you arc tired of buying the flfl
! ordinary, iU-ntling kind which go to pieces :.nl?
! I ,
TV I 111
thai I want.
Ho sure and allcml the dance
at the Herman homo Saturday
, ( vni'ii': and brio r vonr f; iei.ds
I for a ;: nod, sociable time is asMM'
red to evvrvone. The aibuissioii
will bo; Cents, '0c; ladies, free.
runabout Auto Wanted.
Will '.: iv e So'Me pel's"') a a eat
li.vi" or a : !r:;.lo'i . ,
r'ir for a m-vv fo'i'-icir ear. Ap
'ely at the Wr.rga vt r.oi il Cara'-'o.
We carry all cf the other Hansen
styles too for Drivers, Linemen, L
v Wasdmta aad Railror.d v;zlJZTZZ":.
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