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PLATTSMUUTli 8LMI-WKLrvLl juunnAi.
GSiilds-en Sry for Fletcher's
The Hind You Have Always Bought, and ranch has been
ia use for over thirty years, has borne the sicnatixre of
p and has been made under his per-
S j&Y7 sonal supervision since its infancy.
'sK'&4CU4& Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
O.storia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
p.ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has.
teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
"Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrisbness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bovels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
KUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
la Use For Over 30 Years
the Kind You Have Always Bough
!." Tin -'.a v's Laity.
Frank 15. Siiopp has h.-en confined
to his home for t lie past two weeks
with a tli.-locateii knee, lie was en
pusroil in pulling out stumps at his
farm 'lace near this city, when in
.iv.i unknown manner the rope
broke lcoe. swinging hack and strik
inj; Mr. Siiopp on the right knee in
such a manner as to cause a dislo
cation and badly bruise the limb.
'I In- family physician was called and
TIr. Shopp made a; comfortable as
possible but it will be some time be
fore lie will regain the use of the
injured member. Mr. Shopp's many
.friends v. ill be sorry to learn of his
accident but trust that he will soon
be able to be in their midst asrain.
ones placed back on account, of farm
ing, and the new addition to the
RETURNS FROM VISIT WITH SON
From Tuesday's laily.
Mrs. Mary lleinricli, who with
her two daughters Mrs. if K Zav
gren and Mrs. Fred Kaffenberger,
departed last week for Des Mcines,
where they went to visit th:r son
and brother John Heinrich, who is
in the Medical Reserve Corps at that
place, returned home yesterday af
ternoon. They had a fine time whil.- away
and a good visit with John, and said
he v. as looking fine, and sends his
regards to all inquiring firend.
NOW LOCATED AT FT. RILEY.
IV.-iu Ti-flivs Iai!y.
The local board have been busy
li.tcly vi. h the wirlr of reclassifying
i' i ho registrants of the first veries,
v.iio l ave been in classes t" and
three. a:ul having completed the
work, and from this they liav got
ten some ten additional names for
They h ive nt.t gt.tttn at ('las-- four
bat a they Lave coined that class
prt t .y .,.?. luTc'iifort, they do not
'.::p"c! to u. t r.iary frcm that cla:;s.
Wi'ii the -luinher remaining ir nuni
' t-r one ela-s vho had been held
oh' i.! acci.'Ui f of deferred place
men's, on asci.aut of occupation
there will be with tho new regis-ir.-.:::.;
I : ! i v. ill prohably make the
x tn- ;';'r uhcin completed some
"!'. r " ti '- - liundred am; fifty
itM-?- c ; !;. Then taking th" pres
iiu . i 1 1 v. !; runihvrs "s in this
(":;(. tiiat. that wil! leave
b s tlian a hundred with the re-cla.si-i
ficat ion. the calling of the
From Tuesday's Daily.
Some time since Francis D. Whe
lan. formerly of this city, but living
in Omaha, and where he has been
J for seme time was sent to Ft. Riley
t where he was placed in the Medical
' Reserve corps, and where he is now
in training. He wrote his parents
I ho is not dissatisfied with the work
j and conditions there, but that he has
' been very uneasy regarding the con
dition of his father during his illness.
CARD OF THANXS.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks to those of our friends who
so kindly rendered s-erice and con
tributed floral offerings, and with
their sympathy and kindness have
shown their friendship in this hour
of the loss of our mother and grand
mother. Mrs. Cyrus Cowles.
M US. IN'KZ STKXXKIl
CHILDREN OF MRS. CYRUS
MRS. EMMA IIODGKIX.
WM. COWLES. t
DOINGS OF THE
EVENINGS WORK CONSISTING
MOSTLY OF ROUTINE MAT
USUAL GRIST OF BILLS PAID
Would Stop Speeding And Using Cut
uuis at xxignt, iviubt xuiu
Evidently the city council were
satisfied with their work before as
the minutes were o. k'ed. and they
hastened on to qtlier things. The
Defense Council asked the passage of
a resolution to keep order, and not
allow meetings which would have a
tendency to create excitement, or be
of a nature not in harmony with the
best prosecution of the war, the com
munication was signed by C. C. Wes
cott of the Defense Council, and on
motion of Luschinsky and supported
by Beeson the resolution was adopt
ed. Not Liable For Fumigation.
A written opinion by the county
attorney wherein was cited section
of the statutes number 5015 having
reference to cities of the second
class, and a number of decisions, be
gave it as the law. that a cfty was
not responsible for the expenses for
fumigating premises. after there
had been contagious diseases, but
that the property needed that as an
improvement. The report was re
ceived and placed on file. Some bills
of this kind had already been pair
but, it was the sense of the meeting
that no more be allowed.
Many Side Walks Ordered.
A large number of side walks
were ordered and a blanket resolu
tion was introduced, which orders
the construction of walks in many
places in the city, and in order to
eliminate expenses they were incor
porated in one resolution. The clerk
was instructed to notify the property
owners that the walks must be con
structed within thirty days, or they
will be constructed by the city.
Xeb. Lighting Co $212.99
Water Co., Hydrants 920.00
Alvin Jones, salary
Wni. Barclay, salary
M. Archer, salary
M. Lutz, salary 4 0. 00
Water Co., Fountains 4.45
Frank Kalacek, work
John Haynie, work
M. Staska, work
E. Swoboda. work
J. Peince, work
K. Elege, work
J. Zitka. work
11. Vest, work
John Geiser, work . IS. 00
James Wynn, work 3 3.00
John Maurer, work
Jehu Jessup. work
Q. K. Parmele. work
Paul Sitzman. work
Water Co., for paving
Light Co.. City Hal!
Smith Sons, supplies
Do not try to be
at ihe expense of your Home!
Keep on buying those things which give it the Home
The waUs and the woodwork make the setting for
all the furnishings. Therefore the necessity of plan
ning your interior furnishings with utmost care.
We can lend you valuable assistance in this. Our
years of experience await your pleasure.
Ve shall take a personal pride and interest in help
ing you work out your problems.
The clerks report showed the col
lection of $32.10 for sidewalk tax,
and one hundred and ten dollars for
Hale of cemetery lots, making in all
'$142.10, with a deduction of $5.50
for commissions on cemetery lots,
leaving $136.00 which was turned
over to the city treasurer.
Ballance on hand. cash$23.205.20
Ponded indebtedness 6 1,575.75
With Credits l lj 17.01
Net Indebtedness $4 0.4 57. SI
Police Judge Report.
Th? police judge report sdiowed
eleven arrests and fines and c-o.sts
paid, amounting to
Fine:- $15 1.00
A bill from the county was read
for a foot bridge which the county
had built on a bridge which they
were constructing, amounting to
$108.10. which was referred to tho
streets, alleys and bridges commit
1 Light and Water Committee.
Both the light and water commit
tees asked for more time in which
; to report regarding the asked in
j crease in rules, which time was
. The Speeding; and Cut Out.
The matter of the speeding and
cut out nuisance, was discussed, and
the police was given instructions to
look after J.hose who violate the ordi
nance in this respect regarding the
use of autos.
Want Stores Open.
Larson paid that there was a de
mand on the part of laboring men
who have to work until six o'clock,
for an opportunity to get into the
stores in the evening. Much dis,
cussion was indulged in but the
matter was passed over.
There was a bunch of little items
over the city, which claimed at
tention of the dads for a few mo
ments and they adjourned.
ACCEPTS POSITIONS IN OMAHA.
From Tuesday's l;iily.
This morning, going on the Mis
souri Pacific for Omaha, Misses Ruth
and Ulanche Clark, accompanied by
their mother, went to accept posi
tions with the Henry R. Gering
wholesale drug house. A few days
since Mr. Gering was in the city,
and made very nice offers of employ
ment to the young ladies, which
they are now going to accept. The
positions that they are accepting
are, one stenographer and typewriter,
while the other is bookkeeper. Miss
Ulanche accepting the former and
Miss Ruth the latter. They will both
be in the Fame room with their work,
which will make it pleasant.
The young ladies are excellent in
their chosen vocation and have made
pood in positions held here, and are
of the highest tyoe in character, and
with a determination to win, they
will make good in the position upon
which they are now entering. v
LARSON BOYS STILL AT CODY.
FrMn Tuv.sday's Itaily.
The Food Administration is de
manding that we make an appeal to
the farmers aniie levators in the
county to swe.iow their granaries
clean of wheat ,esgship this grain
at the earliest t possiUe daie to the
Federal Grain Uuyers it Omaha, or
the Omaha Grain Kxctange. They
make this appeal to deliver this
wheat without delay.
Wheat should be marketed for
patriotic motives even through it
would be more convenient to hold
this wheat and deliver it along with
this season's crop. Patriotism is not
measured by the few dollars profit.
Many people are voluntarily going
without any wheat during this try
ing time that the supply may be
sufficient for our armies and our allies.
CITY WINS WASH. AVE CASE.
From Tuesday's Paily.
This morning city attorney J. E.
Douglas received a notification to the
effect that the city had won out in
the case wherein a number of citizens
had sued out an injunction to pre
vent the assessing of the special
taxes for the paving of Washington
avenue. This case was brought
through the attorneys I). O. Dwyer
and A. L. Tidd, ou behalf of the citi
zens, and was defended by city at
torney J. E. Douglas and attorney
C. A. Rawls. The handing down of
the decision by the supreme court
of the state, will in all probability
settle the controversy.-
DEPARTED FOR THE WEST.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Mrs. Joseph ri. Wales and son
Harry departed on the early after
noon train for Omaha, where they
will visit for a short time with
friends after which they will go to
Seatlo, Wash., where they will make
their home for the present.
Mr. Wales has now been there
about two months, and likes it very
well. He is engaged with the gov
ernment in the ship building yards
there and they think they will like
the country and to make a home
there. Mr. and Mrs. Wales, as well
as Master Harry were born and grew
to woniinhDod's estate in this city,
and have a host of friends here who
will wisji them the best in their now
home in t he west.
WILL VISIT IN COLORADO.
I'Y.!- Tii'-vlay's I n i I
Last evening W. R. Uryan and
daughter Miss Lucilc Uryan. depart
ed on the afternoon train for the
west, they going direct, to Djnvor,
where Mr. Uryan has some business
to look after regarding some lands
which ho is selling. Miss Uucile
Uryan will go to Ft. Collins;, and
later to Uoulder, where she will
spend some time in visiting, with
; relatives and friends.
Your stock can be delivered in
j South Omaha in line s'tapc these hot
j days with an auto truck. Call the
j 1'lattsniouth Garage for particulars.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East of Riley Hotel.
J. Coates Ulock. l
Second Floor. ! !
From Tuesday's Dally.
Letters from Ralph and Raymond
Larson, who are still at the camp at
Deming, New Mexico, and who are
in fiue fettle, as far as health is con
cerned, but are impatient to move,
as they have now been there nearly
a year and are feeling that they
should get some action, as is the
case of most of the soldiers who have
been returned in one place for a
great length of time.
GOOD WHEAT IN KANSAS.
From Tuesday's Daily.
W. T. Melvin has just received a
letter from his wife who is at
Paola, Kansas, where she is staying
with her mother who is sick, and
Mrs. Melvin writes that the harvests
were abundant there, and telis of
an instance near where she is stay
ing of a man harvesting a field which
averaged 55 bushels per acre and
which weighted 61 pounds to the
From Tuesday's Daily.
A daughter, Mary Anna, was born
to Mr. : nd Mrs. A. I.. Cockle, ol Om
aha yesterday. Mother .and little one
are reported as getting along very
nicely. Mrs. Cockle was formerly
Miss Eda Marquardt and county su
perintendent of Cass county for a
number of years. Mr. Cockle was
employed in the Journal office in
this city for several months.
TWO FILINGS FOR OFFICE.
Fro !ii Monday's Daily.
Last week, the frienus of bounty
attorney A. G. Cole and Sheriff
Quinton. filed. a petition for the plac
ing of the names of the above
gentlemen on the ballot for the of
fices mentioned. C. D. Quinton has
been sheriff for a number of terms,
and has made a good officer and has
always found his reelection with one
exception an easy matter. Mow he
and Mr. Barclay who has filed on
the democratic ticket, will make the
contest this fall, the counting of the
ballots aloue can tell. Mr. A. G Cole
for the position of cinty attorneys
has been in the office for but few
terms, being first appointed to finish
out unexpired term of C. II. Tay
lor who resigned. At presen; there
are no filings for this office except
that of Mr. Cole. Both the gentle
men accepted the nomination last
DIED ON JULY
70URTH AT FRANKLIN
From Monday's Daily.
Mrs. George Perry just received a
letter announcing the "death of her
cousin, Mrs. Issac Haynes, who was
formerly Miss Arley Craig, and who
lived here years ago. being known
by a host of friends and acquaint
ances. Miss Craig was united in
marriage with Mr. Haynes some
years ago and has since made her
home at that place. The deatli of
this good woman leaves besides her
husband and father two sons, and
one daughter to mour her death. On
June 19th. Mrs. Haynes was taken
while working in her garden with a
severe spell of acute indigestion and
has since been very sick until the
end came on July Fourth. The rela
tives attempted to get connection re-
reatedly from their town to this
city and with Mrs. Perry, bit were
not able. The burial was mcde at
the home town.
K0UKAL WINS INSURANCE CASE
From Tuesday's Daily.
When the barn of John A. Koukal
was burned last winter, he was com
pelled to go into the courts to en
force the payment of the loss incurr
ed. The matter was tried in the
court and on there not appearing to
day, the day set for some, the deci
sion was handed down by Judge
Uegley that the State Farmer's
Mutual Insurance Company pay, the
los.s $1,840.00 with interest at the
rate of 7 per cent from the 2Sth day
of March last, which amounts to this
date 31.SS2.00 and on which in
terest will be continued at the same
rate. The costs taxed to the de
fendants arc $10.70.
. r - r - f 1
WmpMPchai till I rvwi
Tread LIU I Pyf
WILL VISIT IN MISSOURI.
From -Tuosduy's Daily.
This morning Mrs. C. H. Parmele
and Miss Sarah Uakcr, with Charles
C. Parmele departed for St. Joseph,
where they will go in the automobile
which thy will travel with' and
from there they will go via inter
urban to Liberty, Mo., wlier-. they
will visit for some time with Calvin
At wood, and with Mrs. S. If. At wood
who is a daughter of Mrs. Pamele.
Dyspepsia is America's curse To
restore digestion. normal weight,
good health and purify the blood,
use Burdock's Blood Bitters. Sold
at all drug stores. Price, $1.25.
Stationery at the Journal office.
Uncle Sam pushed the clock ahead
one hour to give more light.
Take advantage of it. You owe it iM
to yourself and your country to make 1 1
every minute count. j
Use your car passenger or com"inTI
mercial to the limit. IN
Samuel P. Colt, president of thef
United States Rubber CompanyJ
helped awaken the country to thq v
economic value of the automobile
lust fzM. lie said
"Everything on wheels must beil
used and mobilized.
"The automobile is second to the;
railroads as an adjunct and supple-;
mentary to them in collecting and
"Owners should use their cars,
both passenger and commercial, more
Make the most of your car by using
the tires that will extend its usefulness
to the utmost.
Use good tires United States Tires.
They last longest and carry you
farthest at least cost.
There is a United States Tire for
every car or truck to guarantee un
interrupted service and greatest
Our nearest Sales and Service Depot
dealer will tell you which ones will
serve you best.
United States Tims
are Good Tirs
THE LONG GARAGE Elm wood, Nebraska.
S. G. SJVllTH--Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
We Know United States Tires are Good Tires.
Thats Why We Sell Them.
To II. r. Hathaway, George "W. Fair
fiell, John S. Townsend, liobert J.
Lackey. Nicholas Kngle, A. K. Alexan
der am to their unknown heirs, tie
vises, legatees and personal represen
tatives and to George 11. liird, defend
ants: You and each of you will take notice
that on the :16th day of June, 1 f IS.
Kermia K. Windham filed her petition
in the District court of t'ass county.
Nebraska, against you and each of
vou. tho object and prayer of which is
that she may be adjudged owner in
fee Simple of Lot 1 in Blk. 11, Duke's
addition t t'lattsnmuth. Nebraska, and
Lot 1 in Ulock 1 and Lot S in Block J,
in Towiisend's addition to IMatts
niouth. Neb., freed from all claims of
an estate or interest therein of any of
the defendants, and nil persons claim
ing b. through or under them, and
that you and each of you be perpetnal
Iv enjoined from claiming any right
title, or interest or right of possession
the title and lights of this plaintiff,
her heirs or assigns, and from interfer
ing with the peat-able enjoyment of
said lots lv the plaintiff: and for such
other and further relief as equity may
Yon and each of you arc required to
answer to said, petition on or before
Moridav. Ihe L'Ktli day of August, 1!tS.
as to nnv interest you may claim
therein or vour defaults will be enter
ed therein and the allegations ol suiu
petition taken as true.
IIL'KMLX 1Z. WINDHAM.
R. U. V tntllialii, Atty.
7-1-1 wks, wkly.
In the County court of the State of
Nebraska. Cass county, ss:
In the matter of the estate of Ken
net t Chriswisser, deceased.
To tiie creditors of said estate:
You ar" hereby notified, that I will
sit at the County court room in l'latls
montii i?i said county on the j'jtli dav
of July, litis, ami on the day of
Ot-tober. 1 tU to reccivi- and cxamino
all claims auaiiist said estate, with a
view to their adjustment and allow
ance. The time limited for the persen
tatiou of claims against said cs-tute is
three months from tho :MMh day of
July. A. I. and tho time limited
for payment of debts is one year from
said :th day of July. I!Ms.
Witness my hand and tin; sal of
said county court, this, lsth day - of
ALLEN J. I'.HESi N.
(I wks.) County Judge.
(lie County court, the Stales
ivlia. Cass ount. ss:
the matters of 1 ho estate of Wil
A. Lrown, deceased.
the creditors of said vt:itf
Have you just a few hogs or a
trucJc load to be delivered in South
Omaha? Call the Plattsmouth Gar
age, and we will do th'3 rest.
Stationery at the Journal office.
You are hereby notified, that f will
sit at the County court room in J'latts-
montli 111 said count v. on Julvy
191..' and October :J, 10 v ' at
o clock each ljy to receive and exam
ine all claims against said estate, with
a view to their adjustment and allow
ance. The tim limited for the pre
sentation of claims against fa id estate
is- throe months from the 'M 1av
July, A. 1. r.MS. and the time limitt
for payment of debts Is one year lroai
said "lid ilay of July, J'JJJ.
Witness my hand and the weal
said County court, this lOtli uay
ALL EL J. LEE.SUN,
K. J". WINDHAM.
. . , . Atty. for Estate
DrsTMach & Rflach, The Dsr.tists I
T"t i i 11 i r l J ri r s i h
nf - g?r-" i nc largest anuuciii cquipijcu ucniaiomces in wmana.
Experts in charge of all work. Lady altcr.dant. Mod
erate Prices. Porcelain fillings just like tooth. Instru
ments carefully sterilized after using.
THIRD FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCK, OMAHA EssiSEali
A M J . m. r . . . . . .
lauii yicm ui treatment mat cures nies. Fistula and
other Rectal Diseases In a short time, without a eevcretur-
- utoouuu.. iiu isuiuruiurm. r.mer r other general
for treatment, and no money to he paid unti I cured. Write for brok on Kec'a lDisea .es wTrhnamea
and testimonials of more than IIICO prominent people who have been permanently cured.
DR. E. R. TARRY 240 Beo BuIIdtas OMAHA, MESRASKA
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