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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1913)
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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1S13
-ULC D. , . . .-
IN WOMAN'S BREAST
ALWAYS BEGINS a SMALL LUMP AS
THISand ALWAYS POI SO NSDEEPGLANDS
IN THE ARMPIT AND KILLS QUICKLY
If I Faillo CL'REany CANCER OrTUMOR
I Treat Before It Poisons Bone or Deep Glands
lose no itieep uihia
Ctarrr oerrr paios
until it polmjnMdeep.
IOO-Page Book nt
free ; tet liiiou ia! of
WRITE TO SOME
CANCER the BREAST, LIP, FACE
or body always begins a small tumor, lump or
ore full of jwiUoti an.l cTUta death. I itwear
we havecured 10,OuOoaer and refutie tbou
MiuU dying scared too lata. Write to
DR. HURFORD-2 lady aasiatants
AB36 WEST RANDOLPH STREET. CHICAGO. ILL
Thla May SAVE A LIFE. Sand it Horn
AMONG THE READERS
. OF THE JOUURNAL.
W. .F. I'hilpol, fi'Mii near
Weepinir W ater, was in I In city
a f-v hours one day last week,
an. I of course paid Ihe .loiirual
oili.c a brief visit, renewing his
subscription to Hit paper.
W. i:. Ileiinings uit.l family,
from near Cedar Creek, 1 1- in
from their home to. lay ami
trading with IMat t smoul h mer
rhanls. While here .Mr. Ilen
nings called at llii olliee to re
new his subscription to the .loiir
ual. James stone and f. C. West, of
Xeliawka were IMal I snioul h visit
ors Tuesilay afternoon, coming
up via the auto route for a short
i-it with friends and to look af
ter ome Juiciness mailers. While
here Mr. Stone paid the .Journal
ot'ice a brief call, win-re he is al
ways a most welcome caller, at
W in. Jiornemeier, of F.Imwood.
Herman Itoriieiueier, of Murdock.
and It. .1. Kissinger of Clenvillc.
.el.. were Platlsinouth visitors
Tuesday of I his week, and were
plea-ant callers al this otlice. The
former rent leinan renewed his
subscript in for another year.
They made the trip in the auto.
Mr. Kissinger has been visiting at
lb TSoinemeier homes for Ihe
past, few days.
Anion II. Walliugcr of Stewart,
Nebraska, armed in I ho cit Ibis
lin'i'iiiii:.' for a few days" iil
with old Ca-s voiinly friends and
relative. lie came to South
Omaha with some .-lock and took
advantage of the opport unity l
make old Plat I smoul h friends a
vi-it. Mr. Wallinger moved from
this county to Stewart nine years
ago. ami ibis is his second visit
back to old Cass, although lie has
always kepi posted on his many
old friends through the columns
of Ihe .Journal, for which he has
been a continuous reader for
mally years. J(. called at Ibis
olliee while here to renew for an
A Night of Terror.
Few nig his arc more terrible
lhan I hat of a mother looking on
her child choking and gasping
for breath during an attack of
roup, and nothing in Ihe house
lo relieve it. Many mothers have
passed nights of terror in this
.situation. A litlle forethought
will enable you to avoid all Ibis.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
a certain cure for croup and has
never been known to fail. Keep
if al hand. For sale by all deal
ers. Blank books of all kinds at the
w ravoriie '
of all men who appreciate a
fine old mellow whiskey
For half a century it has led
From Tuesday's ranr.
Dan Kclley oT (Ireenwood was
in Ihe eily today for a few hours
looking afler some matters at Ihe
court house for a short time.
Mrs. luck Osborne of Omaha,
who has been here for Ihe past
few days as a guest of Mrs. John
V. Hall, returned this morning lo
her home in the metropolis.
Mrs. Charles Dann of Omaha
arrived lasl evening on No. 2 for
a short isil. here with her
mother, Mrs. 'J'. W. Carter an. I
family, for a few days.
County Attorney C. II. Taylor
departed Ibis morning for Ne
bawka, where tie was called l
look alter some matters of busi
ness for t be county.
Rudolph Ramsey of Hanover,
Oermauy, is spending Ihe week al
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cor
nileus I'.engen, near Mynard. Mr.
Ramsey arrived here last Satur
day. Jesse lliner relumed this aft
ernoon from Walthill. Nebraska,
where he had been for Ihe past
ten days visiting at Ihe home of
his son in Ibal place.
Father William Higgins of
Mauley, who has been here since
Sunday assisting in the forty
hours deotion at St. Johns
Catholic church, departed this
afternoon for his home.
W. 1'. Wells of Red Oak, Iowa,
came over this morning on No.
!." from his home and spent the
day here with friends and in look
ing afler some matters in the
Ray Chriswisser of Osmond.
Neb., came lo South Omaha yes
terday with a carload of sheep,
and in company with his brother.
Charles, of Xeliawka. was a pas
senger for Omaha, where Charles
will try and secure a carload of
Mrs. C. A. Peterson of Caspar
Wyoming, who is in the city for
a short lime visiting with friends.
departed this afternoon for
I'.elleviie. where she will isil Willi
her mother before returning
I'.dil.u- C. I.. Craves of the
Fnioii Ledger came up lasl even
ing from his home to spend, the
evening and a few hours here
today wilh his many friends, re
turning home this noon on the
St. Louis Flyer.
W. 11. Mark, one of Ihe leading
farmers of the vicinity of Fnion,
came up last evening and was a
passenger on the early Ittirling
ton train for Omaha, where he
was called on some mailers of
Mrs. William Cilmonr return
ed last, evening from Sioiiv City.
Iowa, where sin bad been visiting
for the past lew weeks with her
daughter. Mrs. F.. Miller. Mrs.
Miller accompanied her mother
home for a short visit.
S. W. Copenhaver and C. F.
Harris of I'nion drove lo this
city today to attend to some im
portant business matters. While
here they Were pleasant callers
at this olliee and ordered some
sale bills for Mr. Copenhaver for
his sale, which will be held on
A. C. Mnnn and sister. Mrs. V..
Wolfe, and Miss l)oia Kempke,
all of the vicinity of Avoca,
motored to Ibis city this morn
ing anil spenl Ihe day attending
to important. business mailers.
in. I sin iimiii'' Mr. Miiimi was a
rtleasanl caller at I his olliee. and
while here renewed his subscrip
tion lo i nis paper.
Mrs. l'bilio Horn and Mrs.
I.ouis Horn were passengers Ibis
morning on No. !." for Omaha.
where I hey will visit for the day
with Mrs. Cliarles Sloehr fit Im-
mannel hosmlal. Mrs. Sloehr is
gelling along nicely, according lo
last reports and her family is
feeling very much pleased over
the outlook for her recovery.
Best results are secured by ad
vertising in the Journal.
My residence on Main and 81 h
streets, with 88-foot frontage on
Main street. New hard-wood
floors in all rooms and closels.
New hot water heating
plant, new high-grade plumbing
throughout, with connection to
Cellar under entire house, wilh
largo laundry, furnace room,
fruit cellar, etc.; all concrete
Large garage; concrete walks;
everything complete and in lirst
Can give possession by Janu
ary 1st or sooner if desired.
T. H. POLLOCK
Telephone No, 11.
You may rely upon your sales
being properly looked
who has had many years ex
perience in the ring, and has
always maintained the reputa
tion of securing the high-dollar
for all goods and stock
placed in his care. Numerous
sales have been successfully
conducted in this county.
Dates can be made at this of
fice or by writing
A. C. ISKE, LaPIafie, lleb.
fall I'anillUm Kxeliaiw. Chestnut. I .HI
The Party to Leave Here on Tues
day, December 2, for Trip
On next Tuesday, December C,
W. F. Roseneruns, ,,. real eslale
man, will depart for the famous
lower Rio (Jrande valley of Texas,
taking wilh him a large parly of
land-seekers who have been
greatly impressed with what they
have seen and learned of this
wonderful country that is .just
now being opened up, and which
is being rapidly settled up, as
the wonderful fertility of the
soil and Ihe ideal climate is be
ing understood by those who re
side in he "nort hern and astern
stales. The railroad rates to Ihe
points where Ihe lands are
located are very reasonable, be
ing only s:ir, from l'lattsmouth lo
Hrownville. Texas, on the Ri
(irande river. near wln-re Die,
lands owned bv Ihe International
Land and Investment company
are located. The service of the
private sleeping cars' and dining
car service will be only per
day during the trip, and Ibis will
afford all who desire a splendid
chance to see this rich region of
the great slate of Texas at a
very reasonable rale, and all who
lesire to lake advantage of it
should notify Mr. Roseucrans be
fore Saturday in order that all
arrangements can be made for
llieir accommodation on Ihe trip.
which will be one thai is seldom
given lo anyone lo make. The
parly will slop at Sail Anlonia,
both going and returning, and
the parly will enjoy a side I ri p to
Crpus Christi and allow the
party ample opportunity to enjoy
the famous southern resort. This
is a dip that would be greatly en
joyed by the wives or daughters
of anvone and they can be easily
accommodated on this splendid
winter lour lo Ihe southland. The
climate in this section is ideal.
being mild and pleasant the year
around, as the gulf breezes in
the summer holds Ihe temper
ature down to nof over i8 de
grees, which is one of Ihe highest
ever recorded, and it is generally
in Ihe neighborhood of 75 de
grees, fief busy now and join
Ihe party and take advantage of
Ihe low rales offered.
A Deserved Penalty.
Fvery crime deserves punish
ment. Those breaking Ihe laws
of nature by over-indulgence in
eating and drinking, by neglect
ing physical exercise and proper
rest, are punished severely with
the clogging of the intestines
with waste 'matter, which fer
menls in the body and tills it
with poison. II, causes the so-
c a I le. I auto-intoxicalion. 1 lie
blood force will gradually weak
en, you become bilious, dull anil
nervous. In such cases Trincr!s
American Elixir of Hitler Wine
should be recommended. It will
thoroughly clean out. the body
and restore the digestive system
to its normal activity. II is a
very good remedy in diseases of
Ihe stomach, the liver and Ihe in
testifies. It will assist, in purify
ing the blood and in sf lengthen
ing the nerves. At drug stores.
os Triner, Manufacturing Chem
isf. 1.T33-1339 So. Ashland Ave.,
Chicago, Tils. Whenever you
should need a medicine for rub
bing the body, use Triner's Lini
ment. Try if in rheumat ism.
The name Doan's inspirf
confidence Doaii's Kidney Pills
for kidney ills, Do an' a Ointment
for skin itching. Daan's Regulets
for a mild laxative. Sold at all
VERY BUSY TIME
IN COUNTY COURT
From Tuesday's Dally.
The county court ; was quite
busy yesterday with Ihe trans
action of quite a great deal of
business in the probate line,
there being several cases lo come
before Ihe court. In Ihe estate of
Charles Stoelir, deceased, a hear
ing on linal sefllenienl was had
ami an interesting point of law
developed, which was taken under
consideration by Ihe court. 11
seems I hat some fen years ago
(ieorge Sloehr, a son of the de
ceased, borrowed several large
amounts of money from his
brother, 1'hilip, giving notes as
security, and was unable to pay
Ihem, ami later made an assign
ment of his interest in his
lather's estate lo his brother to
cover the amount of the notes,
and this assignment was ap
proved of by the lather in writ
ing. Later Ihe father made a will
which has been admitted to pro
bale giving an interest in the
estate lo Ihe children of (ieorge
Sloehr. who has since died, and
these heirs reside in Illinois, Fu
ller the will Ceorge was cut out
of his share and the amount,
some sr00, given lo the children,
and whether this amount can be
considered as belonging to
(ieorge Sloehr is Ihe question.
A linal settlement was also had
in the estate of I'eler and Caro
line Haucn. and the administrat
or, Frank Rauen. of Ibis city, dis
charged from his duties and the
matters belonging to the estate
sell led up.
In the trusteeship of L. C
Todd. jr.. who has charge of a
fund set aside by his mother.
Mrs. Lydia Todd, deceased, for
the education of her grandchil
dren, the report of the trustee
was received bv the court.
Miss L. Sutherland was visit
ing in Lincoln Friday.
Sam Long of South Bend was
in town Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Cillespie
returned from Omaha Saturday
Eva Sorick was visiting friends
and relatives here Saturday ami
Lewis Ilornbeck and II. A. Tool
motored to Lincoln Thursday af
ternoon. Daisy Halka and friend attend
ed Ihe dance at I Ireenwood Friday
Harold Tool returned Sunday
from a short visit with his broth
er, Howard, in Kansas.
Mrs. (Ieorge Mills and son at
tended the foot ball game al
Weeping Water Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Heal at
tended a funeral of their friend
at Springfield Thursday.
The dance held at Mauley lasl
Tuesday evening was attended by
a number of our young folks.
Charlie Schafer, Paul (ioehry
and Mui'el Cillespie attended the
dance at Elmwood Thursday
Lacey McDonald and Charlie
Long attended the fool ball game
a I. Weeping Water, which was be
tween Hlair and Weeping" Water,
Ihe score being C2 to 0 in Weep
ing Water's favor.
Cause of InsomnTa.
The most, common cause of in
somnia is disorders of Ihe stom
ach and constipation. Chamber
lain's Tablets correct these dis
orders and enable you to sleep.
For sale by all dealers.
The Modern Woodmen of
America will give another of their
pleasant dances Saturday even
ing at their hall. A good time
assurred to all that attend.
Try the Journal Want Ads.
It Will Stick to you always, of course
it will, because it's a Hazol-Menthol Plaster
made to ntk-kou until it drives out the pain
of Nt'urulghi, Lumbago, Itheumatiaui, etc.
Yard rolls $1.00; regular size 25c. At all
druepistfl or direct ly mail from
lavi fe Lawrence Co., New York.
Sample mze mailed on requesi. oc. piampi.
used when attacked by a Cough
prevents dangerous bronchial
and pulmonary ailments such
as Croup, Asthma, etc.
Contain no harmful drug.
25c. BOo. and $1.00 Bottles.
DAVIS A LAWRENCE CO. New York.
I I 1 ' ' ' " I I
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Sampling Mother's Doughnuts
HUNGRY kids are sampling them today just aa they
did in your doughnut days.
Our artist has taken the old familiar story and brought
it up to date. He has given Mother a modern up to date
Acetylene cooking range.
It may surprise you to learn that such ranges are actually
bong used by the women folks in over two hundred
thousand country homes.
As you will note from the picture, they are duplicates of
city gas ranges used throughout the woild. They furnish
heat on tap and have the high ovens with glass doora
and all other modern features.
If you feel that your folks would appreciate the conven
ience of fcas for lighting and cooking if you feel that they
have battled long enough with kindling, oil, coal, ashes
and soot, you should without delay look into my home
made Acetylene proposition.
I am the representative for this district, of the largest
manufacturers of country home Acetylene plants in the
world namely, the Oxweld Acetylene Co. manu
facturers of the famous Pilot Acetylene Light Plants.
Pilot plants are different from any of the other
hundreds of American Ace
tylene machines. They work
on a different principle. They
are not storage systems
they are automatic taey
make gas a little at a time,
while the stove or the lights
are in use. At other times
the plant stands idle.
Pilot lighting plants ore built upon
lifetime. They ore permanent features
which they are installed.
o o o
In fifteen years only two accidents have been charged
to the misu-.e and abuse of Pilot plants. While during the
same period over one hundred thousand fires taid ac
cidents have been charged to other i'.luminants.
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
Continued From First I'ac.l
council lo the iift'd of soiiii til-
inir on West l.ocu-d li'-l. near
the residence of .James Seiv !,
ind as Hie work hail been order
ed once before, desired to have
Ihe si reel commissioner instruct
ed to place the tiling al once,
which was so ordered. Council
man Slreifrht asked that some
pradinfr be done in front of the
residence of Albert Schublicc on
Oak street in order lliat be milil
put down a permanent walk, and
the work was ordered done al
Councilman Patterson reported
lhal bis attention had been call
ed by the contractor for Ihe curb
ing ami jiulteriujr on .N'orlli Sixth
street, (o an open sewer at the
residence of Sirs. John Plak and
that it had made Ihe ground so
sofjjry and wet that it would be
impossible to do anything with
Ihe work as lonfr as it was used
and the owner will be notified to
. . . frl.
cease usuiff this sewer. ine
llisbt. of steps leading lo Sixth
si reel from Ihe 11 ak residence
was also ordered repaired by the
street commissioner as soon as
Councilman Uullery asked that
Ihe sidewalk on the north side r
Vine street, between Sixth and
Seventh streets, lie placed in
propei- shape by having a num
ber of the concrete blocks raised
so as lo allow Ihe water to. run
off instead of standing1 on the
walk, as it did at present when
ever it rained.
Mr. Tin 1. 1 cry also staled lhal he
had interviewed Commissioner
Pitz in regard t the mailer of
Ihe old tumbled down house on
Washington avenue, which is oc
cupied, by a county charge, and
they had discovered no taxes bad
been paid on Ihe property since
18U5, and he thought that either
the (iernian Home, which adjoins
Ihe place, should purchase it and
fear it. 'down or 1 hat the cily
should lake the mailer up. The
mayor and city attorney both ad
vised the council that the county
had agreed to hold another
scavenger tax sale next year to
clear up the property in the city
and hen the properly could be
secured without all -the legal
i PILOT LIGHTING PLANTs" j -
HOME MADE SP ACETVlXNE
7"or LIGHTING j? COOKINO-
honor to last a
of the horn ok in
formalities necessary lo clear the
The cily attorney al-o ave the
council an opinion mi the mat
ter of the opening up of Mercer
avenue, and in il staled that iihuI
of the ground belongs to the cily.
as a street bad been fenced in
since IS'.mi and that il was illegal,
as the law of nine year-.' posses
sion bad been 'repealed in lf'.! by
the legislature, and Ibis ave the
city a peiTecl right to open up
the street if they so desired.
The linance committee of the
council reported favorably upon
the following claims and they
were ordered paid by the council:
James Hobertsoii. transcript in
cave of City vs. We-, -oil. -10.Sr:
II. A. Hates, printing. r(i.'i: Joe
Libel-shall, special police Cerman
day. sj; V. IS. Ili-hel. sprinkling
and sweeping si reel , ?id.?a:
Mike I.ut. si reel commissioner.
$."; If. C. McMaken & Son. three
crossings. si'.J.oS; Al O'Neill,
street work, si; Charles Mcliride.
same. $ I J. NO; Jesse Cre.-n. same,
t.40; August Colder estate, re
pairs. s'..r0: Murl l'armele. street
work. -Si. The claim of I. N.
Cummings for burying one dog
was referred to the claims corn
The claims committee brought
in their report mi a number of
bills lhal had been hinted over !
them, and recommended llieir
payment as follows: Lincoln
Telephone i Telegraph company,
rents for October and November,
s I 1 ; Cass county, boarding cily
prisoners, $ti-S..": Cass county,
same. $!.."r: Cass county, same,
. '.r; Fred Patterson, surveying,
.?.'(; O. llilbeil, helping survey.
$7; O. V. Unman, same. .'J: Ceo.
Verhiile, same. .". This matter
was discussed by the roiincilnien
and it was decided lhal the en
gineer should make a more com
plete report f his work and ind
leave so much for surmise.
After the consideration of
Ihese matters the council ad
journed and wended their way
O. Sandin, P. V. M..
graduate of Ihe Kansas Cily I
Veterinary College, is per-
manenlly located in Platts- J
mouth. Calls answered J
day or night. 'Phone 25T.
OHice COi) Main.
For these reasons you should not judt Aretyln until
you have seen it made by a Pilot plant. The Pilot i tl.c
one plant that is mechanically perfect. Th i proven ly
the fact that there are over sixty thousand of them in
actual use today.
At your convenience I can ca'l at your home with a
portable demonstrating plant and show you how thr P.Ujt
works how it generates Lome made Acetylene ho it
automatically mixes the Union Carbide and water to maita
I can show you also how this home made Acetylene
is used to produce the moit brilliant and beautiful l-.i-.t
known how it is used in cooking range which do a-
with the work and bother of handling fuel and ahes.
If you wish. I can send you also the Oxweld Acetylene
Company's advertising books. These books tell how Acety
lene is used for over a hundred different purposes hw
the government uses Acetylene machines, on account of
their reliability, to light the co.st of Alaska and
the whole Panama canal.
With these books I will gladly furnish you
free estimate of the ctt
of a Pilot lighting plant
with rapacity to tit your
requirements. Just wrira
me how many rooms you
have and also how many
barns and outbuildings you
would light. J -it aJei
C. E. BALDWIN
2839 Cass Street, OMAHA
OXWELD ACETYLENE CO.
YOUR HAIR MAY BE
Pieautiful hair ha-, made the
fortune of many a woman, bv ad
ding chairm and l",!ni',- Jo an
otherwise plain face. ...nnu
mean more lo go..d loos lhan
beautiful hair. Il adds to (be at.
I laet iv elie-S of every feature.
Without il oii can't b beauti
ful; with it oti will be al b-a-t
pi el I y.
To have beautiful hair, u-e
Harmon) l!a:r I'.eaut iiier. It will
illlpl'oye the beauty of uir luir.
taking away the dull harshness
and sirinuiness, softening and
polislijnu: every hair in mir head
and making it -oft. ilky.
easier to pill ll a. id keep in
place, and at Ihe same tune
inir it a rich and lasting rose
fra'-'iauce that will delight I...1I1
you and those around oii.
Very easy to apply imply
sprinkle a little on vur hair errh
lime before hiuhing it. It con
tains no oil. and will riot cban-e
the color of the hair, nor darken
To keep your hair and a!p
dandruff-free and clean. 11 -e
Harmony Shampoo. This pure
liipiid shampoo gives an in
stantaneous rich lather thai im
mediately penetrates o evetv
part of hair and -ealp. insuring
a quick and thorough cleaiisin-.
Washed oil just as ipii.kly. the
entire ipernt ion takes only a, few
Holh preparations come in odd
shaped, very ornamental bottles,
with sprinkler lops. Harmony
Hair ISeautifier, I.nn. Harmony
Shampoo. r0c. IJoth guarjn: I
to satisfy you in eery wav.
your money hack. Sold m this
community only at our stnre
The Hexall store iie of t.
more lhan 7. 000 leading 1't.
store of the I'nited State,. Can
ada and Oreat llritain. which own
the big Harmony laboratories in
ISoston. where Ihe many cele
brated Harmony Perfume and
Toilef Preparations are made.
F. C Fricke Co., I'nion :b-k.
Farmers, niechanirs. railroad
er?, laborer?, rely on Ir. Thoma-
Eclectic Oil. 1'ine for cuts. burn-,
bruises. hulj be kept in eveiv
home. 25c and 50r.
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