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    THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
PAQE 3.
IX THR niSTRICT COl ItT IX AXIJ
Knit THK COI VTV OK CASS,
i:KAiKA.
Samuel G. Stone, Plaintiff,
vs.
Fretlerich Furlis, et al., TiefpnJants.
To Kredt-rioh Kuclis, Mrs. Frederioh
Fuchs. liis wife, first ami real name
unknown, tlie unknown neirs and de
visees of FYeleri'ti Kuclis, ieceasel:
T. W. Newman, first and real name
unknown, ttie unknown heirs anil de
visees of T. W. Newman, deceased;
11. F. Price, and the unknown heirs
and devisees of H. F. Price, deceased,
defendants:
You and each of you are herel
notifkd tUat on the lTlli day of Feb
ruary. A. 1. l'.iH, tlie plaintiff herein,
Samuel . Stone, filed Ms petition in
the District Court of I'ass County, Ne
braska, against you as defendants, tlie
oiijeit and prayer of which are to quiet
and confirm in the plaintiff the fee
simple title in and to the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: .Lots seven
(7). eisht (S and nine 19), in block
seventy-five 7r, in the City of
Plattsmouth, Cass County. Nebraska,
except a striD four and one-half feet
4 j in width off of the east side of
said lot nine y, to obtain a judgment
decreeing that the plaintiff is the
owner in fee simple of all of said de
scribed real estate, and to forever ex
clude and enjoin you and each of you
from claiming; any rijrtit. title, claim,
lien or interest in or to the above de
scribed real estate, anil to remove cer
tain clouds from plaintiff's title there
to, and for equitable relief. Plaintiff
alleges that he and his immediate
jrrantor? have been in the actual, con
tinuous, open, notorious, exclusive and
adverse possession and ownership of
all said described real estate, claiming
the same asrainst all the world, and
especially against the defendants here
in, since the year 1J.GB.
You and each of you are required to
answer said petition on or before the
27th day of April. A. I. 1914. and if you
fail so to do your default will be
entered therein and judgment entered
as prayed for in plaintiff's petition.
lated this lith !av of March, A. J..
1914.
SAMUEL, G. STONE,
Plaintiff.
CALVIN H. TAYLOR.
Attornev for Plaintiff.
3-lG-4wks
XOTICK OF ICOKIOK TIOX.
Notice is hereby triveti that The Jean
Land and Cattle Company, a corpora
tion, was organized on the 7th day of
March. A. I. 1M4. The name of the
corporation is Tlie Jean Land and Cat
tle Company: the principal place
where said corporation will transact
business is at Plattsmouth. Cass Coun
t". Nebraska: the general nature of
the business to be transacted by said
corporation is the operation of a ranch
for raisins' stock of all kinds, the pur
chase and sale of stock. planting,
cultivating and purchase of crops for
feedint- stock, and purchase and sale
of real estate necessary for the con
ducting of a general ranching' busi
ness, ami including the erection arid
repair of building's antl other improve
ments necessary therefor, anil t-s ac
quire, by purchase or otherwise, uii
properties necessary to carry into
effect tlie purposes herein named. The
authorized capital stock of said .cor
poration is $ r.0.000.0". Said corpora
tion commenced to do business on the
7th day of March. iyi4. and lont'mie
tlurintr a period of twenty years. The
highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the corporation shall
at any time subject itself slip'.l not
le more than two-thirds of tlie ag
gregate of its capital stork. The
auairs of the company will trans
ailed and managed by a Hoard of
directors, composed of not less than
three. nor more than five members.
To all of which vou will take due
notice. WILLIAM J KAN.
I 'resident.
Attest:
CHAP.LES C. PA KM ELE.
Sec ret a rv.
3-24vks
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
STATE OF xnilRASKA,
Cass County, s.
In County Court.
In th. Mattt-r ..f the Kstate of
David Stettlc-r. Deceased.
Xiitici' is hereby piven to the
creditors of said deceased that
hearings will le had upon claims
filed atrain-t. said estate, before
ine, County Judire of Cass County,
Nebraska, at tlie County Court
loom in IMattsniout h, in said
county, on the I'Gth day of April,
lDl-i. and on the 2Hh day of
October, 111, at .) o'clock a. ni.,
each day for examination, ad
justment and allowance.
All claims must be filed in said
court on or before said lat hour
of hear-in?.
Witness my hand and seal of
said County Court. at Platts
mouth, Nebraska, this 27th day
of March, A. D. i'.U i.
(Seal ALLEN J. BEF.SOX.
County Judse.
DALE S. BOYLES, Attorney.
3-30-iwks
jx tiik corrxTV c oi ht in m
IOK Till: OI XTV OK CASS.
xi:mt ASK .
In He Estate of John M. Johnson.
Deceased.
XOTICK.
To All Persons Interested:
You are hereby notified that a peti
tion has tieen filed in this Court asking
for the administration of the estate of
John M. Johnson, deceased, and that
C 1). yulnton lias been nominated as
administrator: that a bearing; will be
had upon said petition on the 14th (lav
of April. A. I. 1914, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
at my office in the Court House, in the
City of Plattsmouth, Cass County,
Nebraska.
All objections to said petition must
be filed before said hour on said day.
lated this 21st day of March, A. I.
191 4.
(Seal) Bv the Court.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
County Judge.
3-23-Swks
XOTICK OF API'MCATIOX FOR
I.IUl'OIt I.ICKXSK.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
Interested and to the public that the
undersigned. J. L. Kussell. has filed
his petition and application in the office
of the city clerk of the City of Platts
mouth, County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law, signed
by the required number of resident
free-holders of the said city, setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a. resident of the state of Nebraska and
pravine that a license may be issued
to the said J. L. liussell for the sale
of malt, spirituous and vinous liquors
for the period of one year from the
date of the hearing- of said application
in a building situated on lots eleven and
twelve Ml and 12;. in block twenty
even 27). in the First ward of the
Said City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska,
" J. L. IIUSSELL.
March 16. 1914. Applicant.
XOTICK OF APPLICATION FOI
l.UU OH 1.ICKXSK.
Votice is hereuy piven to all persons
Interested and to the public that the
undersigned. Wm. Ilenrichsen. has filed
bis petition and application in the office
f the cltv clerk of the City of Platts
rnouth. County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law. signed
the required number of resident
free-holders of the said city. ettine
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of the state of Nebraska and
nraving that a license may be issued
to the "Id Wm. Henrichsen for the
sale of malt, spirituous and vinous
fini.ora for the period of one year from
the date of the hearing of said applica
tion in a building situated on the west
I2r rwU) of lot one (1). in block
MrtvVfour 3. Fourth ward of the
1 a Vi it v of PI ttsmoiith. Ne bra ska.
said Ct or HE.NRICHSKN,
March 16, 1914- Applicant.
XOTICK OF APPLICATION FOIt
MUl'OR I.ICKXSK.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested and to the public that tlie
undersigned. Ed Donat, has filed
his petition and application in the office
of the city clerk of the City of Platts
mouth, County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law, signed
by the required number of resilient
free-holders of the said city, setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of the state of Nebraska and
praying that a license may be issued
to the said Ed Donat for the sale of
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors for
the period of one year from the date of
the hearing of said application in a
building situated on the east half
e-t) of lot twelve (12). in block twen-tv-nine
(29) in the First ward of the
said City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
ED I'GNAT,
March 16, 1914. Applicant.
XOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR
I.IQI'OK 1.1CF.XSK.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
Interested and to the public that tlie
undersigned, J. E. McDaniel, has filed
his petition and application in the office
of the city clerk of the City of Platts
mouth, County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law, signed
by the required number of resident
free-holders of' the said city, setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of the state of Nebraska and
praying that a license may lie issued
to the said J. E. McDaniel for the sale
of malt, spirituous and vinous liquors
for the period of one year from the
date of the hearing of said application
in a building situated on lot six fi. in
block thirty-three (23), in tlie Fourth
ward of the said Citv of Plartsmouth,
Nebraska. J. E. McDANIEL.
March 1C. 1914. Applicant.
XOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQl OR LICKXSK.
Xotice is hereby given to all persons
interested and to the public that the
undersigned. Ed Egenberger, has filed
his petition and application in the office
of the city clerk of the City of Platts
mouth. County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law, signed
by the required number of resilient
free-holders of the said city, setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of tlie state of Nebraska and
praying that a license may be issued
to the said Ed Egenberger for the sale
of malt, spirituous and vinous liquors
for the period of one year from the
date of the hearing of said application
in a building situated on the east half
(eV,) of lot twelve (l-, in block twenty-eight
(2S, in the First ward of the
said Citv of Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
ED EOENBEHGEll.
March 1C. 1914. Applicant.
XOTICK OP APPLICATION FOR
LI O. I'OK LICKXSK.
Xotice is hereby given to all persons
interested and to the public that the
undersigned, 1'eter Goos. has filed
his petition and application in the oflice
of the city clerk of the City of Platts
mouth. County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law, signed
by the required number of resident
free-holders of the said city, setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of the stale of Nebraska and
praying that a lie-use may be issued
to the said 1'eter Ooos for the sale of
malt, spirituous end vinous liquors for
the period of one year from the date
of the hearing of said application in a
building situated on lot twelve (12). in
block thirty (::0. in the First ward of
the said City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
PETEIt GOOS.
March 16. 1914. .Applicant.
XOTICK OF APPMCITIOX FOR
LIUL'OIt LICKXSK.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
interested and to the public that the
undersigned, Adolph Giese. has filed
his petition and application in the oflice
of tlie city clerk of the City of Platts
mouth, County of Cass, and State of
Nebraska, as required by law, signed
by the required number of resident
free-holders of the said, city,' setting
forth that the applicant is a man of
respectable character and standing and
a resident of the strte of Nebraska and
praving tbnt a license may be issued
to the said Adolph Giese for the sale
of malt, spirituous and vinous liquors
for the period of one year from the
date of the hearing of said application
in a building situated on the west half
(w'i) of lot six (:. in block thirty
four (H4). in the Fourth ward of the
said City of Plattsmouth. NVbrnska.
ADOLPH GIESE.
March 16, 1914. Applicant.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENSE.
Notice is hereby piven to all
persons interested and to tie
public, that tin under-iuiH'd.
Edward F. Oelsdilat-er, has lil.-d
lu's petition and application in
the ..(lice f the clerk f (he Vil
lage of Each, County of Cass,
and Stale of Nebraska, as re
quired by law, si pried by the re
quired number of resident free
holders of the said village set
tiny forth that, the applicant is a
n.ai; of respectable character and
standinpr and a resident of the
Slate of Nebraska, and praviiip
that a license may be issued to
the said Edward E. ( ielschlaper
for the sab' of malt, spirituous
and vinous liquors for tlie period
of one year from the date of the
hearing of said application in a
buildinp- situated on lots live and
six o and C , in block nineteen
li , of said Villape of Eaple.
braska.
EDWARD E. OELSCllLAGER,
April 2, 191 i. Applicant.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
LIQUOR LICENSE.
Notice is. hereby piven to all
persons interested and to the
public, that the undersigned,
C. S. Trumlde. has filed his peti
tion and application in the ofiiee
of the clerk of the Village of
Eale, County of Cass, and State
of Nebraska, as required by law,
sipned by the required number of
resident freeholders of the said
village, sett in cr forth that the ap
plicant is a man of respectable
character and standinp and a
resident of the State of Nebraska,
and prayinp- that a license may
be issued to the said C. S. Trum
ble for the sale of malt,
spirituous and vinous liquors for
the period of one year from the
date of the hearinp of said ap
plication, in a buildinp situated
on lots seven and eight (7 and 8
in block nineteen (19), of the
said Village of Eagle. Nebraska.
C. S. TRUMWE,
April 2, 1915. Applicant..
Eggs for hatching from S. C.
Rhode Island Reds, S1.00 per 15;
$5.00 per 100. Extra choice mat
ing?, -S2.00 and 3.00 per 15.
A. O. Ramge.
LKGAL NOTICE.
la the District Court of urtm Comity,
rlirnkn.
V. D. Machael, Plaintiff,
vs.
Carl II. Otis, Grace 1Z. Otis, N. K. People.-;,
Special Administrator of the
Kstate of rin I'. Monroe. Deceased,
Anna Amelia Monroe. Klmer Monroe,
Kdith llcFarlaiif, Klmer K. Monroe.
Kenneth K. Monroe. Plovd Warren, J.
Warren (first name unknown i, and
tlie Unknown Heirs and Devisees of
Orion P. Monroe, Deceased.
J lefendants.
Xotice to Xon-rtesid'-nt Defendants and
Pnkvown Heirs and Devisees:
To Carl II. Otis. Grace K. Otis. Klmer
Monroe, IMitli McFariano, Klmer K.
Monroe, Kenneth 1-:. Monroe, Floyd
Warren. J. Warren (first and real n:ame
unknown), and the t'nknown Heirs and
Devisees of Orjn P. Monroe, deceased,
defendants: You will take notice thai
on the "(ith day of March, 1914, Plaintiff
herein filed his ptition in the I strict
Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
asrainst you and others. the oh.iect.
purpose and prayer of which petition is
to foreclose a certain mortgage deed,
executed by tlie defendants, Carl H.
Otis and Grace K. Otis, in favor of one
Hllen C. Wright, and by said Kllen I.
Wright. assigned to this Plaintiff,
coverini; the west half of lot four -I .
in block thirty-three ( :!::. in the City
of Plattsmouth. C.iss County, Nebraska.
ex-eptin;r a strip four 4 inches in
width off of the east side of said west
half of sai'l lot. all as shown by the
published and recorded plat of said
City, given to secure the payment of a
worn i.asory note of $r00.(to. with in
terest at 10 per cent from
September 191. and the
further pm of $10.00 with in
terest at 10 pr cent from October 1.
1 9 1 :; . expended for premium on in
surance policy, and the further sum of
$.-.1.ri. with 30 per cent interest from
the !Uh day of March, 1!14, expended
for the redemption of a tax sale on said
dermises, for which sums, with interest
as aforesaid, plaintiff prays for a de
cree, that defendants he required to
pav tlie same, or that said premises
may be sold to satisfy the amount
found to be due by the Court.
S'ou are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 1 2 1 1 1 dav of Mav.
1014. or the allegations contained in
said petition will be taken as true and
a uecree rendered as praved for therein.
Date: March ::0th. 1!14.
"V. D. MACHAKU Plaintiff.
Bv JOHN M. KKYDA, His Attorney.
r.-.10-4v.ks
EN PLATTSMOUTH
FORTY YEARS AGO
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Items of Interest to Our Readers
tileoned from the Newspaper
Files ol Many ears Ago.
Tlie social hop at Parnielc's
hall last Friday evening was well
attended and all piVM;; enjoyed
themselves very well, considering
the warmth of the evening.
Dr. onelan is determine! to
keep on lixinir up his room until
he has tin; e looking- druir
store in town. He has torn the
old front out and is putting in a
new one anil fixing up penerally.
The 15abeock tire engine has
been removed from the old en
gine house to the 'building op
posite the jost office, formerly
used by Vallery S; Hulfnei- as an
implement warehouse.
Old Muddy is up on her ear and
is playing hob (whatever that is)
with the railroad track between
here and Council ItlufTs, on the
Jowa side, and also with the JJ. v
M. near liellevue on this side.
The H. i: !.. however, have kept
communication open. and the
breaks will all soon be mended
more tirmlv than before.
To-v. J. M. Adair seems to us to
be a faithful minister over his
lock, at all events we are sure
he must earn his money for he
does something every night in
the week, and that Methodist bell
rings from early morn till dewy!
ee on Sundays. Success attend
you, Uro. Adair.
Mr. J. F. While, one of the
numerous Whiles that we have
had lately in Plattsmouth, and a
very line young man, left us last
week for Council lilulVs, where
he enters the employ nf Smith it
Courllander, wholesale dry goods
merchants. lJy, by, as Frank
Stadter says. Ue a g .1 hoy,
Frank, and keep your pocket
snicker handy.
The Herald is delighted lo hear
of the i et u rn home of L. F. Heed
of Weeping Water, who has been
in Central City, Colo., for some
months on account of his health
and most sincerely and heartily
glad to learn that he thinks his
health is permanent ly improved,
lie goes to work again with a
will, you all see. Keep cool,
though, my boy, slay out doors
all you can and swap horses and
sich.
Old-Fashioned Dance Saturday.
The Improved Order of Hedinen
have arranged for another ol'
their von,- pleasant old-fashioned
dances at their hall on next Sat
urday night, and a cordial In
vitation is extended to the public
to attend and behave themselves
that all mav have a good time.
Dance Saturday, April 1S;th.
The Cosmopolitan club will
give the lirst dance after Lent at
Coates' hall (in Saturday evening,
April 18th. The public is cor
dially invited to be present. Good
music will be furnished.
E. G. Dovey & Sons, complete
line of carpets, rugs, matting
and linoleum.
Ask Your Dealer
To Make It Good
If your dealer recommends
and sells you an article which
proves unsatisfactory, he ought
to make it good. , : -
But where he is not protected
by the maker or jobber, he
objects to making it good, as it
means a money loss to him. This
leads to arguments and unpleas
antness. Your dealer will make good
without any question or argu
ment whatever on any article
bearing the three-color Double
Guarantee tag, for we authorize
him to do so and protect him
financially.
The Wright & Wilhelmy
Double Guarantee tag is placed
only on quality hardware bear
ing the maker's name. Always
order hardware bearing the
Double Guarantee tag and then
ask your dealer to replace any
article that
proves unsat
isfactory. He
will do it. Ask
for Double
Guaranteed
goods.
Wright & Wilhelmy Co.
Omaha. Nebr.
Sells Firm for Thirty Years.
Prom Tuesday's Daily.
Charles Clark, who for the past
thirty years has been selling the
:irm of Wescolfs Sons with
neckwear, was in the city today,
Coming out this morning from
Chicago. This linn also re
ceded a consignment of the new
est, creation of .the celebrated
Arrow brand of collars, the
"Standish." which will be placed
on sale at the leading establish
ments throughout the country,
and this linn is keeping riphl in
the front ranks by securing this
splendid addition to their line.
Found a Cure for Rheumatism.
"I suffered with rheumatism
for two years and could not got
my right hand to my mouth for
that length of time," writes Lee
I.. Chapman, Mapleton, Iowa. "I
sulfered terrible jain so I could
not sleep or lie still at night. Five
years ago I began using Cham
berlain's Liniment and in two
months I was well and have not
suli'ered with rheumatism since
Tor sale by all druggists.
Goos to Montana to Live.
. mm Tuesday's Daily.
This afternoon Albert Vallery
departed for Grass Range, Mon
tana, where he will make his
home in the future, assisting his
brother, Ed, who is engaged in
farmine in that locality. Mr.
Vallery has been very favorably
impressed with the condition of
things in that section of the
country and believes that a great
future is in store for those who
engage in farming there and will
cast his lot with the settlers of
the northwest.
Look to Your Plumbing.
You know what happens in a
bruise in which the plumbing is
in poor con id t ion everybody in
the house is liable, to contract
typhoid or some other fever. The
digestive organs perform the
same functions in the human
body as the plumbing does for the
house, and they should be kept in
first-class condition all the time.
If you have any trouble with your
dices! ion lake Chamberlain's
Tablets and you are certain to get
quick relief. For sale by all deal
ers. Best results are secured by ad
vertising in the Journal.
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I B.W.
;;i .V For fcalf
uilliiiilliililliliilliiiiliillllM
t&b JWo dSl i'IkSH P
W Favorite
rof all nen who appreciatecfML
fine old mellow whiskey V
I OLD 111
HARPER J
a cer.tury it has led yiiii
EGENBERGER .JOl
Local fJews
From "Wednesday's Dally.
Guy Clements of Elimvood was
among the delegates here today at
the Woodman convention in this
city.
S. M. Cox of Murdock was in the
city yesterday for a short time
looking after some matters at the
court house.
E. .1. Wheeler of Lincoln was
in the city today for a few hours
looking after some matters for
the Ihirlington.
F. W. Young of near Union
was here today to assist in rep
resenting the Woodman camp at
the countv convention.
Ludwig Itouchek departed this
morning for Pacific Junction,
where he will look after some
carpenter work for the day.
Henry A. Tool of. Murdock
came in last evening to attend the
county convention of the Modern
Woodmen in this city today.
Mrs. John Cory returned last
evening: from fender, where she
had been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Ed Branfner, for a short
t ime.
B. J. Reynolds of Pacific Junc
tion was in the city yesterday for
a few hours looking after some
matters of business with the mer
chants. County Attorney C. H. Taylor
departed this afternoon for Cedar
Creek, where he was called to
look after souk- matters for the
county.
B. C. Marquardt and Louis
Kurstens of Avoca were here to
ady to attend to the interests of
their lodge at the Woodman con
vention. Tom Isner, Jacob Mason and
Charles ITrich were passengers
this morning for Murray, where
they will look after some car
nenter work.
Hon. W. B. Banning of Union
was in the city last evening look
ing after some business mailers
and attending the session of the
Elks' lodge.
Mrs. George A. Kaffenberger
ami daughter, Miss Ola, were
passengers this morning for
Omaha, where they will visit for
the day with friends in that city.
L. A. Tyson of Elmwood, form
er county clerk, was in the city
today in attendance at the Wood
man county convention, and while
here called at the Journal office.
Arthur Brown and wife of St.
Louis, who are here "visiting with
the B. J. Reynolds family, in com
pany with Miss Jennie Reynolds,
this morning1 were visitors in the
metropolis.
C. G. May Held and C. E. Noyes
of Louisville were here for a few
hours today attending to some
business matters and also visit
ing the Woodman convention, to
which they are delegates.
John Whiteman, Nick Opp and
J. S. Rough, three of the prom
inent Woodmen of Nehawka were
here today in attendance at the
meeting of the county camp of
the Modern Woodmen of America
Miss Dorris Patterson came in
this morning from Chicago,
w here she is al tending a nurses'
school, and will spend her vaca
tion here with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. William McCauley,
in this city.
Alvin Murray departed this af
ternoon for McCook, in response
lo a message that his wife was
not so well. Mrs. Murray has
been at the home of her parents
since her recent operation at the
hospital in that city.
W. W. Hamilton and D. A.
Young of Murray were among
those from the vicinity of Murray
in the city last evening attending
to some matters of business for
a time, and were delegates to the
Woodman county convention.
W. II. Lohnes and wife of the
vicinity of Cedar Creek were in
the citv todav attending to some
trading with the merchants, and
while here Mr. Lohnes called and
renewed his subscription to the
Old Reliable for another year.
J. S. Rough and J. A. White-
man of Xehawka were in attend
ance at the M. W. A. convention,
which is being held in this city
today, being representatives of
the Xehawka lodge. While here
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AVARD & McLEAN, South 6th St.
Messrs. Rough and Whiteman
were pleasant callers at this
office, and Mr. Rough became a
subscriber of the Plattsmouth
Journal.
Strengthens Weak and Tired
Women.
"I was under a great strain
nursing a relative through three
months' sickness," writes Mrs. J.
C. Van De Sande, of Kirkland, 111.,
and "Electric Bitters kept me
from breaking down. I will never
be without it." Do you feel tired
and worn out? No appetite and
food won't digest? It isn't the
spring weather. You need Elec
tric Bitters. Start a month's
treatment today; nothing better
for stomach, liver and kidneys.
The great spring tonic. Relief or
money back. 50c and f?1.00, at
your Druggist.
A NEW DAUGHTER
ARRIVES AT THE
STANLEY KUHNS HOME
From Wednesday's Dally.
Yesterday a bright-eyed little
daughter made her appearance at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Kuhns, and to say that the little
stranger was a most welcome
visitor is putting it mildly, as
this is the first child, and the
proud father and mother are
willing to wager that there was
never such a sweet and charming
little girl in the world. The
mother and little one are doing
nicely and Stanley is simply
treading on the clouds and wears
a smile that rivals the sun in its
brilliancy and joyfulness. The
friends of the happy parents will
extend to them their best wishes
for a long and happy life for the
little lady.
Single Comb White Leghorns,
Yesterlaid strain. Bred to "shell
out eggs" in winter. Acknow
ledged the best by 17 State Ex
periment stations. Eggs, 61.50
per 15; 100 for $5.00. Enquire
of Grace Vallery.
3-19-2twkly
Best results are secured by ad
vertising in the Journal.
Xfinn mae tne season or 1914 on the G. W. Rhoden
I II i II farm three miles west and two miles north of Mur
I w U V ray He is a black Percheron, nine years old, and
weighs 1800 pounds he was imported in 1907.
SERVICE FEE $12 to insure colt to stand and suck.
ORG
Morg is an excellent grade stallion, Morgan stock,
black and white spotted, seven years old, weighs
1050 pounds. He is a good foal getter, and has some
fine colts. He will make the season at my home.
SERVICE FEE $10 to insure colt to stand and suck
Care will be taken to prevent accidents, but should any oc
cur owner will not be held responsible When parties dispose
of their mares or remove from the locality, service fee becomes
due and must be paid immediately.
G. R. RHODEN, Owner
TWO REPUBLICAN
CANDIDATES FILE FOR
COUNTY SUPT. OF SCHOOLS
From Tuesday's Dally.
This morning tne situation of
county politics was enlivened by
the entry into the arena for tlie
ollice of county superintendent,
at present held by Miss Mary E.
Foster. J. L. Richey of this city,
late last evening filed as a re
publican candidate for the posi
tion, and this morning A. L. Gash
of Louisville entered his name as
a republican candidate for the
position. Mr. Richey served one
term as principal of the High
school in this city, while Mr.
Gash is a member of the teach
ing force of the schools of Louis
ville. There has been no con
spicuous candidates mentioned
on the democratic side of the
fence, as the present occupant of
the office has shown no inclina
tion to seek a re-election, and
this leaves the early part of the
fight between the republicans.
The open season for voters is
fast approaching and the candid
ates for the different offices pro
pose to take full advantage of it
to hunt out those who have not
made up their minds, and attempt
to enlist them in support of their
candidacy, and from now on the
situation will become warmer
and warmer.
Try the Journal for stationery.
The beatify and virtue of women
are superior to the virtue and beauty of
men, but no one can be beautiful when
in the throes of a deep-seated hacking
cough or cold. Nothing will bring greater
relief than Allen's Cough Balsam. Sold for
over half a century. Endorsed by those
who use it. 25c, GOc. and $1.00 bottles.
A Few
Words
about
TrtainltilW
The ReT. Jamet H. Dixon, Rector St.
Jades and Bon. Canon of Chrint Chorch
Cathedral, Montreal, write : "I'tTuiit ma
to send you a few line to strongly recom
mend Pbkky Datis' Painkiller. I bare
used it with satisfaction for thirty-fira
ears. It is a prejiaration which deserves
lull public confidence."
Painkiller
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