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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1914.
VERY POOR PLAY
ING GIVES THE
AB. H. O. A. E
C. Stonplo, If 5 2 3 0 0
Probst, ss i 0 3 2 0
Murray, of 5 2 2 0
J. Sufpy, n i 1 1 1 1
c sutpy, 1st 3 2 r i o
Watchler. rf. . 2 1 0 0 (t
61 TO OMAHA
Mimrc, 2i 3 2
ISpcllman. c 5 ft
fl. SJonjilo. 3.1. . . Z 1
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By right of conquest the Ford is king of
Cars. No matter where you go you'll
find the Ford the ruling favorite. It
has a well-earned, world-wide reputa
tion for dependable and economical ser
vice. It's the Universal Car.
i440 forthe runabout; $4J0for the touring car and
$610 for the town car f. o. b. Detroit, complete with
equipment. Cle. catalog1 and particulars from Dovey
& Co. V3tch the Fords goby.
Alamitos Trim Red Sox by Score
cf 12 to 10 With Some Bad
Playing Thrown In.
DOING THEIR DUTY
Scores of Plattsmouth Readers
Arc Learning the Duty of
To filler Hip l I is the kiil-
When thpy fail lo ilu this the
kidneys are weak.
Daekaehe and other kidney ills
i f l I the kidneys do their work.
l'e .ans Kidney I'ills the
tested kidney remedy.
Proof of their worth in the fol
lowing: Mrs. Frank C.appon, Weepinir.
Water, Neb.. says: "My ex
perience with 1 loan's Kidney Pills
has been so satisfactory that I
can recommend them as a relia
ble kidney medicine. I had an al
most constant backache and
bi.pinr or lifting was always
followed by sharp pains through
out my body. Headaches and
dizzy spells annoyed me and the
action was irregular. Dunn's
Kidney Pills restored me to jrood
health and at the present lime I
have no cause for complaint
Price rnc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
et Dan's Kidney pills the same
that Mrs. (lappou had. Foster
Milburn Co., Props, Duffalo, N. Y.
A Good Company.
The Moore-Edintrs Slock com
pany that has been playinir at the
Electric Park pavilion all of this
week is one of the best theatrical
troops that has been in Janiesport
in many a day. They are drawing
jiood crowds and are presenting
first-class plays and specialties.
Janiesport (MiO Gazette.
At the Air Dome in Plaltsmoulh
tonight anil all this week.
Constipation Causes Sickness.
J. E. Johnson and wife of Oma
ha were here yesterday, beinir
over Sunday visitors at the home
of Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. ". Johnson,
T am prepared to do all kinds
of plain and fancy sewintr. Prices
reasonable. Apply to Mis. Grace
Chambers, between 5th ami til li
streets, on Pearl.
Don't permit yourself to be
come constipated, as your sys
tem immediately beprins to ab
sorb poison from the backed-up
was to matter. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pills and fcpep well.
There is mi better safeguard
against illness. Just take one
dose tonight. 25c at your druggist.
Good Reason for His Enthusiasm.
When a man has suffered for
several days with colic, diarrhoea
or other form of bowel complaint
and is then cured sound and well
by one or two doses of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, as is often the
case, it is but natural that he
should be enthusiastic in his
praise of the remedy, and espec
ially is this the case of a severe
attack when life is threatened.
Try if when in need of such a
remedy. It never fails. Sold by
In as wierd an exhibition of tin
national pastime as has been seen
on the local lot (his vear the Ala
mitos I rimmed the Red Sox yes
terday by the score of 12 to 10.
With the score 8 In 2 hard luck
broke into the Red Sox ranks.
when Pike wrenched his side, but
I his hard luck was more t han off
set by the lack of aprprossivpne
and very poor playing iisnla
bv the Red Sox.
Neitzel pitched after the third
11111111?. J-or two innings lie held
the visitors hitless and rimless,
but after that he reminded us of
one of Pa liourke s star twiners,
and the team reminded on even
more of the Rourke team, for they
blew up also
There were just two bright
pots in the Red Sox line-up, and
those were left fielder Mason, who
electrified the crowd bv sensation
al catches, and first sacker Craig,
who was responsible for six of
the ten runs secured bv the Sox.
Twice with a man on the bases he
hit to the left field fence for two
sacks, and in the third he hit the
ball over the loft field fence,
scoring two men ahead of him
Probst played a wonderful game
at short for the Alamitos all of
his chances being of the sensa
i ne Alamitos were retired in
the opening round, but Platts
mouth was not content with that
kind of ball. Carle fanned the air,
Parriolt singled to right field. C.
Smith forced Parriolt at second
and glided to bag No. 2 on the
error of Moore, scoring on Craig's
double to left, and Craig scored on
the drive of Herold to right field.
The Alamitos scored in the
third. G. Stengel lined one to
right for two bases and took third
on a wild heave from the held to
second and scored on C. Stensrle's
single. Again the ball was lost
in the field and Stengle glided to
bag three. He scored on Probst's
long sacrifice to left field. The
Sox followed up in their half of
the third by counting six times.
Carle whiffed, Parriolt was walk
ed to first and C. Smith wns ran-
AB. II. O. A. E
Carle, cf o o o o
Parriolt, ss 2 1 1 3 2
C. Smith. 2d 5 0 2 2 1
Craig. 1st 5 3 C, o ft
Herold. c 5 2 i 1 0
Mason, If 1 0 5 o o
Arries, 3i i 0 5 2 :t
I.. Smith, rf i 1 1 o 1
Pike, p-ss 3 1 0 1 o
Neitzel, p 1 o o o n
Total 33 8 2 7 t) 7
CREATED ON LOWER MAIN
STREET SATURDAY EVENING
Late Saturday night the resi-
uenis on lower .Main street, were
greatly startled to hear loud fem
inine voices raised in cries of
alarm, and on investigation two
ladies wen seen fleeing uu Main
treet from near Third street,
while a short distance behim
them their escort was comintr at
i more leisurely gait. On in
vestigalion it was found that tin
three had started home and whih
passing near the obi jail had been
accosted by two young men, win
made a joint attack on the youn.
man with the ladies, at which tin
two girls look fright and rushei
up the street, although there wa.
no real cause for so much excite
ment. The two assailants, aftei
retiring the foe, took a strong in
trenched position on Fourth
treet. with the left Hank resting
on Pearl street, and when Oll'cei
Neumann, who had been attracted
bv the noise, arrived on the seen
I hey were ready to repel any at
tack that might be made on them
I'he officer, after a council with
the young men of the invading
party and the escort of the ladies.
and on their plea, decided to let
the matter go if the parties would
retire from the scene of battle and
settle their troubles withoul
bloodshed or appeal the cae t
GERMAN RELIEF MEET
ING AT GERMAN HOME
. SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Morgan Family Returns Horns.
Postmaster D. C. Morgan am
family, who have been spending
the past week at St. Paul. Min-
ned bv one of J. Sulev's slant s and nesota. and vicinity, enjoying tin
Mrs. C. p. Mcpherson of Omaha
was an over Sunday visitor here
with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Ren
nie, and other relatives, returning
this morning to her home in the
The Journal advertisers are do
ing the business.
given first. Craig then tore a hole
in the atmosphere with a drive
over the left field fence that scored
Smith and Parriott ahead of him.
Herold was safe on J. Sulev's
error, Mason was hit by a pitched delighted with tin
ball. Arries flew out. o Prohsl T. nor in which the
Smith ami Pike followed with
singles, scoring three more runs.
Carle was again called to bat and
was hit by the wild man from
I i all it It
com climate oi me nortnern sian
returned home yesterday. Mr.
Morgan was in attendance at the
convention of the first and sec
ond-class postmasters and wa
entertained bv the people of St.
Paul. The Morgans also made a
horf. visit at the different lakes
in the vicinity of St. Paul and r
We are showing forty-five
pieces of woolen dress goods
the newest for Fall. If you are in
terested in the new goods, call and look
them over. All of these goods sell at
60c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 per
yard are full shrunk. We are also
showing a full line Silk and SilUs for
Zuckweiler & Lutz
Omaha and given first, but Par- torn well pleased with their visit
riott ended the agony bv striking
The visitors failed to score in
the next two ininngs, but in the
sixth things did not look so rosy.
Murray was safe on Parriott's
error. Arries threw wild in an
attempt to get Murray at second,
J. Sutoy and Murray safe. G.
Sutey walked, Watchler doubled to
left, scoring three runs; Watchler
scored on Moore's single. A fast
"I was troubled with constipa
tion and indigestion and spent
Hundreds of dollars for medicine
and treatment," writes C. II
Hines, of Whitlow, Ark. "I went
to a St. Louis hospital also to a
hospital in New Orleans, but no
cure was eliected. On returning
home I began taking Chamber-
I I." K f T 1 1 i 1 t
double nlav ended the rnllv on Ih, lal laoifis, ami nmjikcu riH
, v. j .... .- i , ,
aiong. l useu mem ior some
part of the visitors, hut they came
right back in the seventh. C.
Stengle singled and scored on
Murray's drive to right center
when Smith and Carle ran to
gether, and Murray went to bag
three; J. Sutey and G. Sutey
singled and Watchler lined out a
sacrifice to left field, three runs
being scored. In the eighth Ar
ries fumbled Stengle's grounded,
C. Stengle walked, Probst flew out
to Arries, Murray singled, scoring
G. Stengle, C. Stengle scored on J.
Sutey's sacrifice to felt field.
In the ninth Watchler was hit
by a pitched ball, took second on
a wild pitch, stole third and came
home when Pike, who was playing
short, held the ball.
Plattsmouth attempted to rally
in the ninth inning, but their ef
forts were useless, as the visitors
came out victorious. C. Smith
was safe at first on Stengle's
error, Craig doubled to left, scor
ing Smith, Herold singled, scor
ing Craig, but that was all.
The line-up of the teams was
as follows: .
time and am now all right.'
by all dealers.
A Good Show.
The Moore-Edings Stock com
pany gave iheir initial perform
ance last night at the Cozydome
theater to a large crowd. The
company is especially strong, the
leading characters well supported,
and the show clean ami entertain
ing. The company, which plays
here all week, will give another
strong bill tonight. Marshall
At the Air Dome tonight and
every night Ibis week.
WANTED Clean cotton rags
at the Journal office.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
There was a very large al tend
ance of tlie German citizens o
this city and vicinity present yes
leniay afternoon al fhe German
Home in this city to lake part in
a meeting thai was called to as
sist the movement to aid the Ger
man Red Cross society in their
work of ministerinir to the sick
and wounded in the German army
nuring me war that is now raging
in Europe. The meeting was ad
dressed by Otto Kinder, editor oT
the Omaha Tribune, a German
ii i .
paper wnicu nas ijuiie an ex
tensive circulal ion throughout the
There was much enthusiasm
manifested bv the audience al the
remarks of fhe speaker in detail
ing the facts in regard to the war
from the German standpoint and
his remarks were much applauded.
The meeting was piile successful
in interesting the persons present
in the movement to aid the suttVr-
ers in the Fatherland and a dona
tion of stun was made bv the
Piatt Jsmoulh Turu-Ve! ein, while
some ssi) was secured from suh-
criptions from the Germans
preseni. ft. is fhe intention to
place a number of these lists in
the different stoles of the cit.
where anyone who so desires can
place their name down for a con
tribution tti the Red Cross cause.
Card of Thanks.
I take this method of extend
ing my sincere thanks to the dem
ocratic voters of Cass county for
their excellent support given me
at the recent primaries, in which
I was given the nomination for the
office of sheriff. The excellent
support given me at the prima
ries certainly denotes that you
have confidence in my ability to
till the ojrii f sheriff of Cass
county. In soliciting your sup
port at the November election I
wish to assure you that if suc
cessful I will exert every effort
in my power to merit the confi
dence placed in me.
Democratic candidate for Sheriff.
Next Monday at the Parmele.
Milton Schuster ami the Graces
of Musical Comedy, under the di
rection of Ned Alvord. will be al
the Parmele next Monday. The
company numbers nearly a quar
ter of a hundred, and it is report
ed to be one of the best and clean
est song shows on the road.
Infection and Insect
Mosquitoes, flies anil other in
sects, which breed quickly in
garbage pails, ponds of stagnant
wafer, barns, musty places, etc.,
are carriers of disease. Every
time they bite you they inject
poison into your system from
which some dread disease may
result. Get a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment. It is antiseptic and a
few drops will neutralize the in
fection caused by insect hitus or
rusty nails. Sloan's Liniment
disinfects Cuts, Ilruises and sores
You cannot afford to be without
it in your home. Money back if
not satisfied. Only 25c at your
Attend Traction meeting.
Louie and W. M. Puis. Charles
Herren, Fred Eutz and Alf Ganse
nier, all from the vicinity of .Mur
ray, passed through Plattsmouth
Saturdav evening en route home
from Fremont, where they were
attending the big tractor engine
exhibition held in that city last
week. They report a ery pleas
ant trip and a grand exhibition of
what these giant plows and mod
ern farm machinery are capable
if 'per forming.
Remarkable Cure of Dysentery.
"I was attacked with dysen
tery about July 15th, and used the
doctor's medicine and oilier rem
edies with no relief, only getting
worse all tne time, i wu.-. u.u'-
to do anything and my weight
dropped from 145 to 125 pounds.
suffered, for about two months
when I was advised to use Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy. I used two bot
tles of it and it gave me perma
nent relief," writes H. W. Holl,
We have just received another carload of 'these
wagons, and buying in such large quantities en
ables us to give every purchaser the best value
for the money that can be obtained anywhere.
JOHN DEERE IRON CLAD WAGONS
Are the Acme of Wagon Construction.
Perfectly balanced, correctly built of the best 'wood stock
the market affords, and a wagon superior to all others in
point of individuality and general appearance.
We also have the famous DAVENPORT
All Steel, Roller Bearing.
This wagon has a capacity of 5,000 lbs., where the ordinary
farm wagon has a capacity of 3,500 to 4,500. Also, thi?
wagon is guaranteed to last longer than any other agon
of similar capacity.
The draft reduction by use of the Davenport Wagon is
from 30 to 50 per cent. This means that it is possible to
handle, under ordinary conditions, nearly one half as much
more with the same team of horses, than can be handled
on the ordinary wagon.
We also emphasize the fact that the roller bearings on
this wagon are guaranteed indefinitely, and we will re
place, free of charge, any parts that you may break at
Don't forget when you are n the market for a wagon
that the Davenport Roller Bearing Wagon is 30 to
50 per cent, lighter draft than any ordinary farm
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Photo by American Press Association.
The British Battleship Superb
Tlin r.rftish battleship Superb was launched lu December. 1907, as a sister
sfiip of the Temerahe and the Rellerophon. She has n speed exceeding
twentv-one knots and carries ten twelve-Inch guns and five eighteen-lnch
torpedo tubes, in addition to the secondary battery of sixteen four-inch guna
and Ave machine guns.
We quote you the finest Bartlett Pears in 50 lb
boxes, for canning purposes, for a few days only, at
the following prices:
Fancy Colorado Bartlett Pears $2lb0
Extra Fancy Washington Bartlett Pears. . .' .$2.25
" California '' " ....$2.50
From September 1st to 5th
Extra fancy large Colorado or Utah Elberta peaches
the finest peaches that grow in bushel
baskets or crates, at per bushel
!2FLeave orders now and get the finest fruit
of the season.
Corners SjxthanilMai nISt. . jMone&&2
of Snow Hill, N. C. For sale by
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