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MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 101 S
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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Rons th.- TV.isl.r. Tnrr th. t j
N utiiicr'i-. A real help to th.- Ij
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OVER THE "COUNTY
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A. S. Royle ami family have r
1 1 1 r !:(! from tl.'-ir milo tri; li the
v. i -t'-ri! part of the state.
Word has '.....-: received thai Wm.
I .ry who vu operated on at Onia
1 ..: Wednesday i srettiug along fine.
Paul Recur is ihe r.ew cl-rk at
'th-- Uu.-: ..-!! drug . (.re. He will fill
Mi-' vacancy c;iib"tl by Howard Cop-i;.--r'.-
:'.v.u to Gerint: in the near
F. J. Davis and family returned
Tuesday --f-::iiir frf.m. an auto trip
:n ! rarseh in Cu-' er cou n t y. Frank
r rt in very '4 1 shape
mil t ! i -r.
Thomas roi-r is li.uk to the
t r .r-- a-jain ;: ft r a spell of sickr.e-s
tint kept hi::: in bed lour days. Tom
lays- h- bad ii-t ben so sick for
t u . nty-five y.-ar-.
.Mrs. A. K. Jameson returned
: ia y
::iaht from her
Ohio at her old heme- and with her
d.iir-'Vt r. .Mr.:. ". J. Love at Cleve
land and Mi-s Cleo at ( h ica go.
T -:! rd en Bros. r pnrt the sale
t-'.day o:' The J::i. ? Ir.:niii--:. L'O-l ac re
farm two inib-s r.-.rth of town to
V. W. Straub ( f Av.-if-a. This wr.s
' !i- farm .Mr. I . .m in b"ii;ht of
Kratik Jame.-f-n last yea r.
A. I. Uickford. w ;.-( h.a- b.-en very
poor'y for tl: pa.t :a.-i:ith. has tor."
via au'o t.) th" hor.v 1 i his i-ist -r a7
-a -:'. K;i!;.-;i -. thinkimr a Chan."1 of
!!;::.!. miLht 1 'a'-ft him. UN
hro'her-hi-lavv :?:: t:p ;:ftt-r him in
Tiii-'ti-a-s Mnrtey rtunif.l last
": :e--. l.iht fr .la a t.hre- we-ki
v-.c-.. t : n trip t. r h-' t rth.ve- c ' .: -try.
S T ti e principle places
vi- i 1 v. ere Va'ic -v.-, r. !5i!!;ni'!ia tn.
T -e ,': r. :-i..o;:ar.- and V.'.dia Walia.
At t'.,. h.r.-r ph. re he -. :si:t-d tlifee
broth'-r-; of .Mr-. Murtey's.
Mi-;; T-hiir Ar.;i(k 1-ft Saturday
-v, nil:-.- f ir l:-;t fe. X'-br.. where siie
hu- b- 11 e!"c;.-il to ti: superint--:'.-dency
of ti:.- -ch"' ls for the coniinz
.-ei.o ".:r. i .lis po.-iTtun is ev;
('.. :,o- that Mis A:::ek is niakia
in h.'-r .-ch.-ol w-.-rk. Her si-ter.
Mi-s Minerva will attend Peru this
.Mi-s Grace Teeirarden umJ her
f. ii. Mr. ". S. L'wer of Lincoln,
v. ere Sr.nday visitors at the home of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tc-e-r-jrd'-n.
Mr. Lower returned to
Lir.fidn Mandy evening bnt
Gran" remained to visit a few days
v irh her mother, before returning to
her work at Lincoln.
:'. . Orton came down from
Omaha Monday nisiht for a conplo
of diys vi.-it. Mr. and ?drs. Ortoti
ar- ;-;tinir their daiiKhtr in Oma
ha but have recently returned from
western Xebra-ka and Kansas. They
ep. it to come to Weeping Vv'ater
P'xi week to pack their poods and
make a tinal visit b"frre r'ine: to
1). J. Hil'mati and daughter. f:lss
I'.ira autoed to Lincoln Tast Thurs
day to meet his, daughter. Mrs. Les
ter Schrader and children of Alma,
v. ho came for a few days visit. Her
hu.-laml drove down Saturdiy r.isTht
and they k ft far home Monday mor-
ninsr. They were accompanied as
far as Lincoln by Mr. Sihrauer's
lather. Jo. Schrader. Mr. and Mrs.
Schrader report fine crops at Alma.
It you -want to help -.-: n t!-e war
buy a Liberty Pond and do it todav
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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DR. H. G. LEOPOLD;
Pacini Atlrnlloa to DUrntM of W imiru
ACL TI! PISKASI-:.- TFlEATKP
Kyes Tested and Glasses Kitted
Ilight Calls Answered After Hoars
and Sundays by Appointment. .
8:S0 a. m. to 12:00 1:30 n. m. to 5
vT.ro "'Tos Plattsmouth, Neb.
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IM Bornemeicr has received word
that his brother. Albert, is now on
the battleship, Nevada, doinic ser
vice for Click Sam.
O. M. Uini; made a trip to Omaha
on Wednesday taking up a load of
fat ho.s for Lmil liornemeier which
he placed on the market.
According to the Lincoln State
Journal marriage licenses were is
sued to William Sprat t and Mrs. Kl-b-n
K. Keynold.--. both of Klin wood at
St. Joseph, Mo.
('. S. Center of Omaha visited Sat
urday ami Sunday at the F. J. Fitch
home. He is an engineer on the I.
I', and he and Mr. Fitch were rail
roaders together some years aj;o.
Mr. and Mrs. T. V. ILirrell and
children and Mr., and Mrs. Chas.
Fleischman ami children - returned
fr..m an atito trip to Denver and
other Colorado points la-t week.
Mrs. Annie Richard: on came down
from Lincoln on Monday and will
make her lioim? with, her parents
Mr. and Mr. G. Y. Hilton while
Miss Grace Hilton will teach i-chool
at Louisville the coniinpr year.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Klliott and A.
H. Weichel left on Monday for Mil
ford v. here they visited over nisht
and from there they wont on to
Perkins county where Mr. Weichel
looked after his land interests.
Miss Xellie Neely left on Monday
for Imperial, Nebr., where she will
teach school. She will have charge
of the lan::uae department. Miss
N.-ely i v. ell oualificd for the posi
tion and we know she vil! make
L-ccd in her line of work.
On Wednesday Mr. Karl Dreamer
and Miss Laura Parccll accompanied
by Mr. and ?dr5. Harry Weichel mo
tored to Plat tsn. out h and were mar
ried. Allen J. 15ee-on. the penial
-"unt- jud.i-e pronounced the words
that made this youni? couple man
Mr. and Mrs. Key llhoden arc re
joicing became cf the birth of a
baby daughter at their home rriday,
A 1? sr. T.. IMS. They-r.ow have four
children, three i;irls and a boy. p.oth
mother and. baby ;ir? doin nicely
and the parents have the hearty
cr r.rat 11 Lit ions of all in fh happy
Tliere ha-; been a h.f of building
ia and around Kim wood this year.
Kmil liornemeier a fine new hou-e,
Kd Koseno-v a fine new house. Win.
liornemeier a fine new house. Kd
Karmt ha- been d.-drir a lot of buibi
inir as well as many others in the
country. In town Chris Dreamer a
:u-w bungalow and Harry Green a
bungalow these are well alomr.
A.-ide from th.is there was a new
elevator ai;d an addition to the mill
and th.- re will be a lot 'more build
in r. There will be two or three
more new houses built in town and
parties are already fipurintr on
N E H A V K A
S Sfi S St,
The Misses Mable Harris and
Naomi Mousey of 1'nion spent the
wek with Miss Doris Mapney.
Geo. Loop and Klruer Mc Reynolds
left Sunday by auto for a trip to
Alliance where KImer will look
after his farm interests.
L. J. Hall sold eiphty acres of
land to Addison Johnson of Avoca.
Th.is is a splendid piece of prop
erty. Mr. Hall realized $200 per
acre for the land.
Nichols Klaurens of Nehawka.
was one of a party of land seekers
to leave Plattsmouth Sunday nipht
for Chase County. Mr. Klaurens ex
pected to return home about Wed
nesday. IL K. Huston. Superintendent of
the Nehawka schools this 3'ear. ar
rived in Nehawka Monday, and to
gether with his family have taken
up their abode in the Hall residence
in South Nehawka. Their poods
v.ere hauled from Lincoln by truck.
Word has been reccdved from Al
fred Stock, who is in France, that
he has just recovered from a wound
which detained him in the hospital
for four months, hut he is now
ready to take another shot at the
Dutch. Iietter Luck to him this
A' pood many people were sur
prised to lwar that J. E. Rouph had
sold his 1C0 acre farm north cf Ne
hawka last Tuesday to Ab. Murdoch.
Mr.-Murdoch paid $25,000 for it. and
thinks it 'was the best he could do.
Mr. Rouph has not decided where
he will locate in the future.
Albert Stoll, who has been station
ed at Fortress Monroe, Virpinia and
who has made trips cn the U. S. S. j
New Jersey to the other side of the
Atlantic, is home on a furlouph.
which v.as pranted hirn on account
of his health. Albert has been fdck
for some time, and is said to have
lost in weipht almost thirty pounds.
He is feeling bettor now and hopes
to repain his health and weipht soon.
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V boy was born to Mr. and ?drs.
Frank I 'ace hist Thursday.
Mrs. Dan Lynn, who had the mis
fortune tfi fall last week and break
her shoulder, is pettinp alonp nice
Mrs. Clara Dysart and three child
ren went to Omaha Tuesday where
little Kutheda and Miss Delois had
their adenoids removed.
V. T. Am and family of Platts
mouth. former, residents of thi
place were week end visitors at tin
home of Mrs. Minnie Anderson
J. L. Osburn and family who have
bf.cn livinp on the L. G. Todd farm
north of I'nion bd't hut Friday for
Colorado, where they expect to make
Miss Kdith Randall went to Oma
ha last Thursday where she had Iter
nose 1. aerated on. She was taken to
the Methodist hosnital and is now
pettinp alonp nicely.
S. W. Copenhaver sold his resi
dence property here in I'nion last
week to .Lick Chalfar.t. who will
tak" possession in the near futur
?o that his children can attend
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman and two
danphters from Shenandoah. Io
who visited several days ,lat week
with Miss Ida Freemriti returned
home last Thursday l fakir?; with
them Miss Mary lrc'tnan who had
visited here several wcks.
Arthur Copenhaver sold his dray
business Tuesday to Sh-rmnn O
borne. as he. and his wife exp ct t
leave Thursday for LeMars. Nebras
ka, where they will make their honu
in the future. We repret very much
to have them leave. 1 ut hope, they
will like their new Ik. me and pros
A number of relatives and friend
fif Wvatf Hutchinson of Rock
P.luffs attended a farewell party
Tuesday eveninp at his home m
honor of his son Claude who expects
to leave Thursday for ('.imp Fun-ion
Kansas. There v.ere ab ut a hund
red an! tifty puc-ts pre: eat about
fifteen b-fnp from I'nion.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. La Rim ain
three children left Sunday morninu
via auto for Maunat". Nebra
where" tbev vi!l visit Miss .Molly
Imds.on. Mrs. L:-Kim's .- j 'er v. i:-
very sick. Mbs )..u.-on is v.
known here and lo-r many
recret to know that she is sufferhip
so nuich and
cond it ion.
in fiich a critic:
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sf, sf, sf, Sf, sf, sf, sf. sf, sr.
Roy and Will Myers went to Fort
Rilev Inst FriJav
rother Krnest who i
for the battle front.
soon to leavt
Miss Apn."s Huntoon return (1 to
her home in Omaha Wt-dnesday. af
ter a visit iti town with her nephew
C. W. Merrinm and family.
Aupust Steiiiman is havir.p a
larpe cow barn erected on his farm
south of town which will be OOxCO
William Schwalm is buiblinp it. as
Fisted by Rill Graham.
Miss Marie Stnhlman, second
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Fred
Stoh.lman, is at honm aciain after
unerpoinp a slipht operation in
Omaha last week.
Mrs. Kdward Steinkamp went to
Weepinp Water last Friday, to at
tend the funeral of her grandfather,
Alexander Mitchell who died on
Tuesday, Ausust 20. 101 S, at the ape
of ftO years.
Joe P.auer writes to friends from
Wooster. Ohio, that he expects to
return to Nebraska in September.
He-""went to Ohio to he present at
the settlement of the Daner estate.
Mr. and Mrs. Jtalph Meisinper and
Mrs. Fred Wepner drove to Omahc
Sunday where they met Mr. and
Mrs. Rainhart School, of near Wash
inpton, Neb., and spent the day very
pleasantly in one of the parks.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. IMmer
Sundstrom was pladdencd by the
birtli of a fine little son that arrived
on Saturday. Aupust 24, lftlS. Their
many friends join the Courier in ex
tend inp congratulations.
L. A. Park and family drove over
from Seymour, Iowa, last week to
visit Mr. Park's aunt. Mrs. Mary A.
Tennant. Mr. Park i a prominent
merchant of Seymour and is in the
hardware and implement busiim-s.
Among the younp ladies from this
vicinity who are attendir.p insti
tute at Plattsmouth this week, are
Misses Ruby Stafford. KJith Stand
er, Kva Thomas, Ksther Noves. Leila
Duff, Fern Grassman and Bertha i
Stohlman. . j
Claude Roud left lat week for '
Steubenville. Ohio, whore he will !
operate a steam shovel in a coal
mine. Dooley Hall started with him '
but when he pot as far as Chicapo I
he changed his mind and returned
Miss Rose Rathbun returned la;l
week from an extended stay with
relatives in Portland, Ore'pon. Mi
Rat hbun went v.es
of her health and
much bet i er a ml !
-a i lied
Charles, Henninss was in town
last Saturday from his farm east 0
Louisville and his friends here voi:
plad to see him around apaiu as h"
has been in poor health for som-
months. It is to be hoped that with
the cominp of fall: he will pi
f-tronper and pain faster.
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Lonpacre rej .rts the birth of
a son on Aupust 1!' to Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Deles De-i.i-r and family of
Klmwood were cili- rs Sunday al'ier
lKinii at the Robly. r h'.me.
C. H. Hudson returned last week
from a visit with his .s(-,M a Al!i
auce, and at other points out west.
Raymond Chiicou was here from
Frontier county Tuesday visitinp
Otto. Albert an.
and Fred Spahnle
morn in p via auto
for a little eutina'
1 to take in the
Mr. and Mrs. '.. Y. Peterson
motored to I'.ror-k f r Sunday dinner
with thoir son. an 1 on to Xebra-ka
'"iy for supper v.i
Gcorpo Reitt r.
was shakinp bands
in Kaale Tia'-il.iy.
him to Omaha and
h :. not her son.
of GK-ndo. Wvo.,
with dd friends
"h" run home for
Mrs. Riitier. wh.o has been
h re. root ii'.ra at Omaha.
Frank Lannimr b--pan the er -c-t
ion ff bis new re-id. nc-e Saturday.
The bttildi'ip will of bunaalow
stvle. 2X"2.with ba'-nre'.it and :'.
couple of up-sr.iirs ror.ms. It will
be modern in eve
ed in oak.
Mr. and Mrs.
wav and fini -h-
ism Pur.', it k
V.-ii hu-hels of
tite t i!!er a
r which he has
not area to .
. , v
tomatoes- -"just f
A-on puts it. !
larpe table supply,
'.:' kiup for a hou-I-it
:e -day an d b.aaa'it
ed the Mrs. Anna
nd went to Fi.i
morninp to sup-ri
;f his family at.d
T'r. 1 Tnna ":'
and Mrs. Wm. C:
.:. :r::in:r via a:;--.
Ta., vvi.f re 1 1;, - v
w : i o
e to rent
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! i r-it walk r
tori'J tb. rtovi
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;o the old h'.tr.
I.-s ?:dr--s. f,
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oect to be
F. REGAL WRITES
TELLS OF KIS EXPERIENCE
THERE AND HOW HE LIKES
THE SERVICE BY NOV.
A very inter.
rrank Rebal who is now in France
in the service of his country in the
F. S. Navy. Trunk has been ov-r
but a short time, hut is seeing ser
F. S. Naval Aviation Station.
L'Aber Frach (Finiston) France.
August 4. 1 D 1 S.
Mrs. James Rcbal.
It will soon be three months since
I left home, and seems longer to me.
So far have been taking good care
of myself, and I am in the best of
health, and no reason which I should
not be in the future.
I hope- you :: ro enjoying good
health, b not work too nan!, and
do not do any of the worrying.
Make the kiddies help you. I hope
I hear from home soon. Re suro and
end mo Rob's and Kd's dadresses.
You should see this country. The
women wot k very narci, me peas
ant class wear wooden shoes. There
is a house near camp where we buy
sandwiches and coffee, it is a kind
o: a gin mill, or as yen Know anoui
every house is either a cafe and a
saloon. They have one room they
sell wine in and all other French
Well what I was going to say,
m this house mere is an oiu lae.y
and we all call her mother. We go
cz Infants and Children
SnUoc For Over 30 Years
AlA-avs rv-ars .-f'.
into the kitchen to bny and
nndwiche. Von shfuild see me
j t ryinp to talk to her.
Tiie weather here is lovely, em-
le-ratiire does r.of aet too lifit or cold.
of course the water makes it chilly
som t imes.
I ai.i foiup to try to make it in
the band. I have practiced i-onio al
ready. It is about two months since I re
ceived any mail, and about one and
a half since I have been in France.
It has been rather rainy here. I miss
the hot days at home. The news
oyer in re looks very favorable at
this time. I wish you would fend
me a Journal, once in a while;.
Is Jose over yet. hope she is. How
are yi'ii and the kiddies, I have not
heard for .-0 lonp. I do not know
when I will be at home but I don't.
fiMire it v. ill be very lnnp. of cour-e
one can't tell. yet. I w ill close with
love. Your I ovinp sen,
GIVE SUPPER IH
HONOfj OF SOLDO
last eve:ti::g at the home
of theodore p0wles.
fpjene'3 or r;
Fr-.m TI m-sil.'iy's I aily.
The many friends of Mr. Floyd
Richardson, on the eve of his ile
parture for the traiuinp camp at
t'amp I"an-iot were piven an f":-lill.-nt
: up.-r by his sister Mrs.
Y!i lore P wh?, at her home.
'l i e repast was a chicken supper,
to which some thirty of friends of
this popular younp man sat down.
Many friends wer.- in attendance
from Pacific Junction. P.artlett and
Council Pln'fs. It-vva. as well as
A jolly pood time was had by all
and they wished on their departure
that Floyd would hav the best of
suere-s in his'armv life, to which
t IN HOSPITAL AT FORT PvILEY.
Ti : today's Dai
Mrs. Km ma C. Miller who has just
r turned from Ft. Rib y. where she
h is been to visit with her son Frank
Milb-r who i-; in the government
I t.rtct.t-.l -.t t;,-t T.l-.,-.. l-r-.V- V.-1.I.
iivrii.: ut 1 ti u 1 ti-..'.. i' ov
: was rejected
l C,3r: Cod v :
time since at
.'1; i" tl: d
i ra i n and v.-
t. p ley seme
coiner there ho
i 1: s beet! reat " O
count o.f hi-; bar-
t ho !'''!'t of COT: d
.he hospital cn ac
: which is not in
ti on . did not
the examination for overseas
and lias been asmaned to ser-
n the iiuardv dutv at home or
e Pniied State-. Frank now
the Rae Hospital at Ft. Riley,
Y.'ard 1. lie would f r-
1 recut'e it it some of his friends
would wr:t to him.
CALLED AWAY ON
ACCOUNT OF SICKNESS
From S,-it!iril.-iy' r,ni1y.
Last evening Frank Sabatka re
ceived a message from Dos Moines,
announcing the serious illness of the
mother of Mrs. Sabatka. mother of
Mrs. Ada Rummerberg of that place.
They prepared to go to her bedside,
hot e.veninp via the Rurlington. at
Des Moines and at noon yesterday
received a message of the death of
a little child cf Mrs. Sabatka's sis
ter, Mrs. John Fiston, at Centerville.
Last evening Mr. and Mr.--. Sabatka
ami Victor Plummer, their hoy, de-parti-d
for Des Moines, where they
will first visit Grandma Rummerberg-.
and after go to Centerville
v. here they will visit with the sis
ter of Mrs. Sabatka.
RESOLUTIONS OF THE
CASS COUNTY TEACHERS
Krern Sj t in .ta v's I Mil v.
The city ef Plattsmouth has boon
selected by the teachers of Cass
County for several years as a very
dsirahle place for holding their in
We. as teachers, certainly appre
ciate the loyalty and hospitality
shown us by the Plattsmouth citi
zens. In order to show our appreciation
to the citizens of Plattsmouth and
our inst rncteirs, 9 we propose the
adoption of the following resolu
First. We, the teachers of Cass
j County of 101S. wish to thank the!
! citizens of Plattsmouth for their
J generosity, loyalty, and hospitality
(Shown us during our stay in their
; midst and also the board of educa
. tion of District No. 1 for the ue
of the school buildings.
j Second. Y"e desire to thank our
; instructors, namely; Ir. Beverage,
I Mipi. 01 c-maoa i ny s,cllC()ls wnose
: oxi-iTic-nce alonp
i'i -pire a teacher to
i::e ana retmorce our
Mr. DeWolf. Supt. of Plattsmouth
City Sob no'i, for his wonderful lec
tures on history, and civics and his
very definite work on school hygiene
which is one of the greatest prob
lems the teacher has to confront.
Miss Foster, our instructor in pri
mary methods and art. We as
teachers feel very fortunate to have
one of such ability.
Miss Kaufmanu, a teacher friend,
one of the faithful few, who is al
ways ready and willing to help solve
all the difficult problems of teaching
Mass Shonka whose instruction in
behalf of the "Junior Red Cross"
v.as explained so thoroughly that
every boy and girl of each district
ti: roup h the leadership of their
teachers will be able to do their bit
for "Fncle Sam" and the "Roys"
' over t here.
Mr. Snipes, our appreciated Coun
ty Agent, for his splendid practical
talk on the conservation and preser
vation of the crops of Ca.s County.
Mr. and Mrs. Wescott. Mrs. De
Wolf and Miss Sayles who so kind
ly and willingly favored us with
several of their musical selections.
Especially, Mrs. Wescott for con
ducting the singing each morning.
Mr. l)cl.7o!l of Peru Normal with
his helpful words of encouragement
and happy smile. Mr. Delzell also
brought the message that Peru Nor
mal ranks among the schools and
colleges to have military training
for boys eighteen and nineteen
years of age.
Miss Florcr, our rural school in
spector, for her help and inspira
tion to both the old and new teach
ers. Miss Purdy for her chalk talk
which was very beneficial.
a n d
5 Bern ice
Newell wh.o favored
Mr. Boucher of Omaha, who gave
us an instructive and inspiring talk
on the "World War."
And last but not least our County
Superintendent Miss Alpha Peterson
for her co-operation, confidence, and
irus.t which she has bestowed upon
Then-fore, teachers, be it resolved
that with her help we will 'go over
the top not only as leaders of our
profession but as soldiers of the
front trenches in the battle, end we
will kep this motto In mind: Smile,
Smibv Smile. COMMITTER.
WHAT 13 THE MATTER
WITH THE PEOPLE
Prom S.tt'ir-biy's laiily.
The people of this city seem fomo
what indifferent regarding the mat
ter of the displaying of Old Glory,
as a declaration of their patriotism.
. We are patriots, and why not ,
make the declaration by all the acts
we can. Let us one and all not 'be
ashamed to hang out the flag of the
Nation, and be proud of the crim
son bars, and the glittering stars
in the field of blue. They all mean
something and unless we are the
patriots which we claim to be, and
stand for the same, we are not
worthy of that flag that waves over
us. Let every one who enjoys the
blessing of a free home have the
starrv banner float over it.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
I am offering for sale my stock of
general merchandise. Store build
ing and residence property at My
nard. This is an excellent oppor
tunity for some one.
W. T. RICHARDSON.
A military ring, crossed rifles on
the same. Lost between the home
of George Lloyd and Union. The
name of Frank Marler enpraved in
side. Finder please notify, Mrs.
Frank Marler, Murray, Neb., or
leave at this office.
Wall Paper, Vsints, Glass Pictn--sVamirifir.
TO THE EAST-
The entire scheme of Eastern fares will be available during September.
These are probably t he last reduced fares of the year to the East.
TO WESTERN RESORTS
You can go to Colorado and Estes Park on reduced fares during this
month. Colorado in September is ideal for a short vacation and a rapid-health-come
The Bijr National Parks will be open durinjr the first half of September.
Reduced fares from Wyoming for the big State Fair at Douglas, Septem
ber sth to I4th; also from Colorado for the Ctdorado State Fair at Pueblo Sep
tember to LJnel to 2Sth.
Get in touch with us for whatever kind of a tour you desire
to make during September. -We will be pleased to inform
1 !l!Mi!?!i!5l!lil .,,i
J&gli.'iiit&H 1004 Farnum Street.
"Ml O S
HON. B. F. WHITTINGT0N HAS
GAINED TWENTY TOUNDS
BY TAXING TANLAC.
One of the distinguishing featur
es of the introduction of Tanlac
throughout the country is the large
number of prominent men who have
felt it their duty to disregard pre
cedent and come forwrad with their
unqualified endorsements of the.
medicine because of the benefits
they have derived from its use.
The latest addition to the list of
prominent endorsers is the name of
lion. Benjamin F. Whittington.
judge of the Rolston Court, South
Omaha, Nb. In relating his ex
perience with Tanlac Judge Whit
"The results of Tanlac in my
case certaintly seem wonderful to
me. Before I began taking it my
health was broken in many ways,
and I did not know which way to
turn for relief. My liver was all
out of fix, I was habitually consti
pated, and bilious. I was po fright
fully dizzy most of the time that I
could not stoop over for fear of fall
ing. My kidneys were all out of
order, and in bad shape, and I had
fearful pains in the small of my
back. My appetite seemed to bo
fairly good, that is I could eat, but
my food did not seem to be properly
assimilated. Sleep failed to rest me,
and I felt tired languid and worn
out all the time. I was pale, and
not only felt badly but looked that
way. I had been in this condition
for a year, and was becoming badly
worried because nothing seemed to
reach my case.
"I had fallen off twenty pounds
in weight, as a result of my troubles,
but I have gained it all hack by
using Tanlac, and have never felt
better in my life. I decided frcm
what I read in the papers about it
to try it, and I felt like a new man
before I finished my first bottle. So
I went right back for another and
so on until I took five bottles, and
now- I haven't an ache or pain anel
am feeling: great. And eat, my
gracious! I eat like a farm hand,
all I can pet, I never saw anything
like it. I sleep like a log, and get
up in the mornings thoroughly re
freshed and feel brim full of energy
all day long. All the time I was
taking . Tanlac I was doing three
mens work, and improving at the
same time. Now this is just what
Tanlac has done for me, and I glad
ly give this statement for what it
ma ybe worth to others who are
trying to find relief."
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke, in Alvo by Alvo Drug
Co., in Avoca by O. E. Copes, in
South Bend by E. Sturzenegger, in
Greenwood by E. F. Smith, in Weep
ing Water by Meier Drug Co., and
in Elmwood by L. A. Tyson.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This is not only one of the best
and most efficient medicines for
coughs, colds, croup and whooping
cough, but is also pleasant to take,
which is important when a medicine
must be given to younjj children.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
been in use for many years and has
met with much favor wherever its
good qualities have become known.
Many mothers have given it their
unqualified endorsement. Wm.
Scruby, Chillicothe, Mo., writes, "I
have raised three children, have al
ways used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and found it to be the best
for coughs, colds and croup. It is
pleasant to take. Both adults and
children like it. My wife and I
have always felt safe from croup
with it in the house." Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy contains" no
opium or other narcotic.
CLEMENT. Ticket Agent
General Passenger. Agent,
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