The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, September 02, 1918, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5
HON DAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1918. PLATTSMOUTIl SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. paue nviL WAS KILLED BY HIS HORSES WHILE RETURNING IRON WORK LAST EVENING CARL LOFP IS TRAMFLED TO DEATH. FOUND IN THE WEEDS DEAD Was Driving ?. Tear.: and Riding Another Horse When the Trouble Caiue. 1 "i "in S t : '' l y's 1 ';i ii v. Last ri;i:m while Ctrl I - i I wa. nutming front hi- work in tin- field v. huh w as some distance away, the lor-t.s which ): had boon lining, in .-,,!!,.' way got into trouble, ami in M . eutUav. r to t them straighien t il mt. t !.' dragged hint from the r-.' v.hii h I;.' was riding, and .'ragged and tra;.:pkd kfm to death ! Hi'.' roa'N:;'.f. about a l'alf miles trim I'is. ;...?;:. When the ;iTSr i .-..lie l.i tin- the folks h;i-(i:i- 1 t. Mi 1 him. and !" tund t ho body . ii h, lift- also;. cti::; t. Dr. p.rend .1 of M irr: y v a called hut f .'ind that 1 1 i - - U!i fie", iiatc ir.an had been i-.i,l i r -.urn- time, though there vas t ill v.armHi in the body. Mr. iopp and Mr-s Margaret IN r-.. r were tea: r:c.l last spring, ; : 1 1 1 hal ln-v n farming tiurieg the - !!i.,;:i-T. and ho was at tin- farm v...:k i . r 1 . : y anti w.i- ;u-t re-tii'-Minu- in the ev r. i n The fiin.-ral will be li-dd tomorrow at v. hat lto'tr is n."t known. PROCEEDINGS OF ed and allowed ly the Hoard: General Fund. Lincoln Telephone A: Tele graph Co., rent ami tolls for .July $ 51.20 Henry Snoke. telephone tick ets 11. M D. C. Morgan, postal supplies 71.10' Mien J. Peeson. court costs Geo. 1. Farley, salary for j mother's pensions, etc July 50.00 j Waterman Lumber & Coal Co. The Plattsmouth Journal, lumber for court house printing and supplies 196.50 Waterman Lumber & Coal J. 11. Tlirashor, assigned to Co., coal to court house Alike Tritsch, bailiffs cer j Alike Tritsch. postage, etc R. C. Alaniuardt & Co., mdse to Airs. Cotlingham Alorgensui & Hart, mdse to Alkn, $5: Nichols, $10 Hammond it Stephens, sup plies to County Superintendent 10.00 15.00 4 6. CI 12.50 4.45 CC.50 3 5. so tilicate Fred Patterson, o;lice wank .1. P. Sat tier, merchandise to court house Plat tsmoutli "Water Co.. wat er to court host? ami jail, July W. A. O'Neill, haul ins rub bish from court house and jail Grozier Pros, mils Glasgo, June ami July, $20; Alack. May and June, $15 H. A I. Soenniehsen, mdse Col lins Warden $7; Hart.? 10 S. II. S'aunviker, material am! work at county farm Frank J. Libershal, salary expense al.tl fees Waterman Lumber and Coal Co.. coal to farm. ?33.25 1 .00 i S' at e Journal Co., supplies Hi 00 ; claim No. 12 I F. (I. Fricke Co., mdse .CO , to county farm G. P. Foreman, treasurer of Cass County Farm Rureau. O.CC bal. due 1st hall. 19 IS Clinton Oil Co.. oil and grease t) county farm .50 i Plat tsniout h Steam Laundry, I laundry to county and jail Farmers' Coffee v Tea 1m- 35.00 port i UK Co., coffee to coun ty farm W. T. Richardson, mdse to 22.00 county farm i J. 11. Tarns, salary and cx- C..50 p.-nse W. AI. P.arclay, trip to Alur- 209.14 ray, serving papers i Juiius A. Pitz, salary ami mileage Kusihiisky. $4.15 37.4 0 ; Henry Sr.oke. same II. Seiv?rs. salary and laun dry PLattsmoutii Water Co.. wa- ter'to court house and jail for June ! Opal Fitzgerald, salary fer July Ce. Stamier. shelling corn at the count v farm L H. Day. mdse Airs. Alack for July llittt & Tun, mdse to Jos. Hurt on P. C. Alarquanit A: Co.. mdse to Mrs. t'ottingham II. AI. S.ienniehsen report of births ami Ooaths. I'.l ttiar- ter II. V. 'rop. sai.it.1 i?. 1. Ch-meats, same W. ll. P.o. tieki r, same I'. L. 1 1 e i:t t r. sarae J. 1 . Cardiur. same (i. X. Stille. .a:ne Ji-ssie Melvin. same W. Har.d. same A. K. Stjiiitb.-r. saiae L. K. saTi't.. . IT. J. . i:;-. :il. 1. :-ame II. vi. Schwiud. same !r. S. .1. Vfi.MjiirtI.il', same Lucy Llleuwood. same Ji'i.n ! iai'l ma :i. assiMud to Alike Tritsei:. labor at CfiUrt I'olle lltMUUt 9 3.00 .c; ! th'J I Alpha C. Ptterson salarv asi'l expense J. I. Corley, pot m:i-J er. s' a n s i( ii ; : t y . Airs. Clara Alatzke, care of de pendent children. August Airs. Alartha A. lladdon, same Airs. Moll-e Hanson. same Mrs. Olive Hamilton, same .Mrs. -Cora P. Tower, same CO. 00 ; Airs. Furl C. Hyde, same Airs. Craee Sperry, same 22.9C i Mrs. i-'sther Heneger, srine jAlrs. Fannie Dill, same 0.99 i Mrs. A'tgusta Pramlt, same Mrs. Chlora Allen, same 7.97 ! Airs. IMith Duckworth, same ! Mrs. Lacy L !e. sayje 1 ii . ! M rs. Kovo AI. liarger. same Airs. Alary Thompson, same Mrs. Lorri';H Price, same 7.r,o Airs. I'tlith Poetel. same ..",(: Mrs. Susie Frwiu, same 1.7.", ' Airs. Ida Sehlieske, same 2.75! Mrs. Lessie Hopkins, same 4 mi ! Airs. Loretta 1'rice, same. July 1.00 : Read Fund ', S:.: i' h A- Suns .Mlu. Co.. re l.nu' j).tirs for giatler. K.D. No. 11 2.25.'- . Johnson, road work, 11. j.00 i !. No. 10 ..M! Will M. Hoover, road work. K. D. No. 3 Pipe Co., cement 1 ..-.h I pipe, K. 1 '. No. j .25 W. F. Li'idig. road work. K. D .No. It". Win. Kichartls. rtatl work 1 lm; K. ! . No. A j Nebraska Culvert Alfg. Co 7 ho j I 'tl.-r for K. 1 . No. 2 j J. .l"h n--on. road work. K. I . 1 :: ::.;,-: I No. 7 Fr-.; MeCratly. !)!acKnii! It ::.ir, , work. II. D. No. I I j. . v'allery, road work. K. 7.,M, ' D. No. 1 I :-i. Snyder, jr.. roatl work c I No i 1 tut ; i e? ' ol' ... j.i. J ii P. Mfisinger, road work 5.00 P D. Xo- 1 V.'iil Sevbert, road work 11. j !. No. 1 13 on I F. W. Xfitin. road work K. j D. No. 1 .-) i , i ic.-tor v- MiauK, nuise in 1 . i .. . 1 ' . 1 v' . ' ' . .-.. " , ' I . i - i i T i . i . . j H . -tl. ..( MUU, Wl'llll U IMI- I'.o.:rd nil pirsuaiii l adjourn- , . j :, x m. mi. P:.-. . i'i .luiiiis A. Pit.. C. K. j;t-.st,.r Swatek, mdse to H' .biM'i" ai. l Henry Snoke. County com iv jail i .men-, ioii.-rs. Frank J. Libershal, Jt,!m K- j.ia mils.- to Airs. Coii!-i CbrK. . p.urian Minute's of previous session read jrs. a. L. Alarshall. cure of and approved, when the following jax j;arger for 2d ipiar- busine ;s v. us transacted in regular t.r im.s . form: The J. P. Co-..k Co.. stamp Tor County Jn.'.i-'e. Alb 11 J. P.eesoll, ' i . t J 1 1 1 V I'ifi-I; 'e t . a or.b r with il.e County Clerk , Ainbler Pros., nulse to Afrs. i K- 27 . loii'-v. iug t'te nioiher's pension of, Dut'icld 7.30 M: '' i'hivmale, road vork Air-. Ida SVhh Uke for S2.t.ti. per j Murray Hani wan- .v lm;.b'- ' li 1. No. 11 month for a period of six months. niei.t Co.. rifles and auimu- lit-'or v Sv.alek, mdse to Sam.' wa- approved by llo hoanl. j niiion to Alurray Home !L ' '- No. 1 County .hiik-i' tiled a:t order with: Cuards COO.OO i Nebraska A Iowa Steel Tank the County clerk, directing the . m. Pe.-tor. Supply Sar- Co.. ulveris, II. D. No. 9 l.o.iiti of County Commissioners to. u. aiit for Ho:.."- Iiiard ! Tool. N'niiman A: Murtey, pay Mrr . L '.--ie Hopkins, of Kim- i c,.. .. I '!a t is ..mai h 7s!.v"! lumber for K. D. No. 7 v d 'he -: 1 1 ; i of $lo. ot pt r month . c,,ie. Mifiry lr .lu!v lfni.no Joe Stall, road work 11. D. t -r ;'" sui tori and m :: i ni etta ih e of Julius A. Pii.. auto litre . ' i:'..i'5j N. 1 . . lo-r t v. o depf.i'lenf children for a . c. Morgati. stamps to it niott Lumber Co.. lumber p.-riod of six ponlhs. S;.me approv-' cu!lty Siiperinien dent 12. "Oi l,,r ' " No. 14 eti b the Poanl. ! Pes: r Sw.tt'k, mdse to ! J. S. Poimh, roatl vrk, Ii. D. Tic1 following claims vere audit-j -ou"tv farm 7 "o! No. 12 i 191.70 1 4.SS 5.2C 12.05 17.50 103.10 1.0 0 20.40 2 0.00 2 0.00 s.oo 15.00 15.00 25.00 1 0.00 20.00 15.00 12.00 1 0.00 25.00 1 5.00 25.o S.oo 2 0.00 20.00 1 5.0tt I'O.Ott 1 0.00 2 0.00 570 52.00 ! 7.eo 72.00 2. on IS. 50 200.00 9 9.;." 7. S5 2S.51 1 2.1'n I .oi 7.00 for IL 1). I 52.70 'g 275.00 j j 4i.oo ; i i 02.00 , ; 1 42.00 141. 04 ' ! 47.00 ; I 10.00 : j 10.25 11.25' l 0.00 9 14.00 H 4.50 ' H 10.50 ! g COO B 12.00 . I 12. "S ! i 12. so :r coo I 15.00 J, 3 5.00 10 14.34 3i.4i a :te in It; 4..ii g same in 1 4.50 r inger, same in 1 COO flj 2C25 1 ' S 31...t 17.15 : C 15.75 j 15.75 r u in 1 0 2 1.0 0 i board adjourned to i At;-: mi 7, 191S. j sK J. Lli'KKSHAL. County Clerk. I i J. Adams, lumber No. 1G The Calion Iron Works, grad er for IL I). No. 10 Win. Richards, road work. R. D. No. 4 John Richardson, roatl work K. D. No. 1 H. A. Aleisinger, road work R .1). No. 2 Union Lumber Co.. lumber for R. D. No. 15 T. F. Hathawav, road work 11. D. No. 11 F. W. Holka, roatl work, R. D. No. 5 R. D. Williams, roatl work, R. D. No. 7 Draa-einsr Fund Frank Crauf, dragging in district No 27 .T. H. Craves, same in 27 W. L. Alead, same in 27 (leorge Reynolds, same in 27 Alex. Campbell, same in 27 F. W. Wilkin, same in '. Will M. Hoover, same in 3 Floyd Siekman, same in 1C Henry Prockhoff. same in 11 Wm. S. Wetencamp, same inl P.. F. Plymale, same in 14 J. S. Rough, same in 12 J. Jolionnsen. same in 7 J. W. Parker, same in 10 Peter Kcuriksen. same m D. Wilim, jr.. same in 10 Frank Alartin. same in 13 Joe ; C. F. John Ckas. Karl Fred Win. Joh u Ii. A K.1 11. C Oa meet ar i w : mm School Opees SEPTEMBER 9th Our Boys Wear Department is open now and ready to serve you. We have really accomplished wonders in our boy's department these war times We want you to come in and see what good clothes we have to show at $5, $6, $7 and $8. Suits you would hardly expect to find now short of $10 and $12. Boys' Waists 50c up; Boys Hats 50c up; Boys' Underwear, Stockings and Sweaters par-excellent. Ask about our American Boy Club. 11 i The National Boys Suit" ; ;C1 1 . sa Vallerv P. Alei.- P.arnar.l, s nne in 1 Cole, same inl No!tin'-r, same in 1 Richards, same in 4 Alei.-inger, jr.. same in 2 Meisinger, same inl."i Famst. same in 1 5 Creamer, sat motion the Wednesday, C. E. Wescott's Sons 'EVERYBODY'S STORE.' An ir. 7. 19 IS. adjournment i't, when the transacted in ! 'iat t smo'll h, Nt Poanl met as w i t ii all men: hers pr following business v. regular farm: Clerk of the Disiriet Court filed his report of fees collected for the 2nd i, warier, 191 S, It) the amount of s 'is 7. "5. County Judge, Allen J. Reckon, iiled an order with the County Clerk renewing the mother's pension of Airs. Dora Pem-cn l"r $20.00 per mouth. Same approved ov the board. County Judge lib-d an order with !iie County CKrf cancelling the mother's pension of Lillian U. Paker i.. inl sa::'t was approved by the hoard. Road Fund. The following chums were audi ted and Lo .-. ft'. : Henrv TrunkenhM. grading work 10.00 randon Prfs. Lumber Co., britlue material S5.7C T. K. Hathaway, bridge work 11.00 Monarch Lngineering Co., bridge work, Avoca pre cinct 7G5.4S Al'inardi Fn;;ineeriiig Co.. bridue work Center pre- titut 7S9.1S Monarch Engineering Co.. bridge work, Mt. Pleasant precinct Fngineering Co.. work, Nehavvka Fngineering Co., work, Nehavvka 10 CO. 9 2 9CG.12 1101. IS . No. 10 :-ti;. i.ei. grading in D. No." 1 Mi Iomt. ro. d work in !t. .no. 12 Cmtiirussioner Koad lu:iu .a ami !wa Steel "Tank Co.. culverts Road Distriii, No. 1 Genersi Fund. F. Hvebner, telephone elis '. F. lie.binr, salary and inik aeg . p.. Printing on claim No. Mrs. Dora De;r : 11 1 ; R. c. i: j : . Nebr; hi!,! chi IS r. i? ail Styles Keay I; New Autumn styles for men and young men are now on display. These new KUPP EN HE! M LTD K CLOTHES reflect the spirit of the day and show in what skillful and efficient manner the mak ers of these famous clothes have overcome war-time obstacles. You are cordially invited to make a visit of inspection. Buy clothes only if you need them. pendent g.i t F. d I la I ke. co.iiily farm The boaru I inauditig th.ir io meet Thur-FRANK Co., supplies IS n, care de reu lor Aii- 3o.l-0 4 S.OO 1 7.0 0 27.90 1.05 50. jo 93.71 . j on.i rc ii bridge precinct Aionan h itriilge precinct Monarch Fngineering Co., advance on bridge ma terial furnished Waterman Lumber AL- Coal Co.. bridge material Keystone Pipe Co.. concrete pipe. Croenvvood precince There being no further I he board on motion adjourned eo meet Tuesdav. September 3. 191S. FARNK J. LIBFRCHAL. County Clerk. fi SO 0.00 29.25 S4.00 busi ness Piatt: mouth. Poanl met pe all members pre lowing business ''The Kuppcnhcimcr House in Plattsmcuth. Open Tuesday livening. 20 0 0 helping nt on a ing tit her work d -,.i ! 'U'l ion a.tlj Hirut'd da v. August S, 191S. J. LHiFKSlIAL. County Clerk. Neb.. Aug. S. 191 S. adjournment, with sent, when the fol was transacted, in regular form. The hoard was called to order alter the board hail con cluded its session as a Poanl of Fq ualix.at ion. Resignation of R. D. AIcDonabl as Justice of the Peace within and lor Salt Creek Precinct, received and ac cept e'i. County Sherif! Mod lus report iw fees egrnetl for 2ml (Hiarter, 191S. to the amount of $SC00. t'ouniy Treasurer filed has report of receipts ami disbursements lrom the 1st dav ot January, 191S to June 3oth, 191 S. General Fund. Ni bra ska Lighting Co., gas ami electricity to county 10. 20 D. C. .Morgan, postal supplies S.oO C D. (juinion. salary for July 145. S3 J.i'an Kopia, mdse to Airs. I'.urian 5.00 Lint'du Telegraith it Tele phone Co.. rent ami tolls A. i. Pa eh t Co.. mdse to Seltleiske in Jan. 10.00 Plattsmouth Ice and Cold Cobl Storage Co.. ice books to court house 15.00 K. P. Printing Co, supplies claims No. 49, 50. 51 10. Gl A. J. Snyder, recording- deed and stamps 3.30 Philip Thierolf, clothing to paupers at county farm 2.75 Koad Fund W. H. Holmes, road work, R. D. No. 2 CO. 00 Konstone Pipe Co., culvert for Road District No. 6 CO. 00 Bridze Fund. Union Lumber Co., bridge material 29.70 Union Lumber Co., bridge maf rial 114.17 F. W. Nolting, bridge vork G.20 Rnmdoit Pros. Lumber Co. bridge material 39.50 N. C. Helcadcrnicr, bridge work 3.40 Alurray Hardware Co., bridge material 11.70 Tool. Na u man Ai Alurtcy, bridge material 102.23 J. F. Rates, bridge work 1.70 Rrandon Pros. Lumber Co., bridge material 0 fl.ee of Board of Eaualization. Pla'tsmouth. Neb.. Aug.S. 191S. Hoard of laiualizai ion met on call of the County Clerk. Present, Hen ry Siinkt', Julius A. Pitz and C. K. lle. bnt r. County Commissioners, Heoige L. Farley, County Assessor, Frank J. Libershal, County Clerk. AHnutes of previous sessions read and approved, when the following business was transacted in regular form : The County Clerk reported the as sessed valuation of Cass County lor the year 191S, as returned by the Ci :;r,ty Assessor, to be as follows: Peal INtate $ 0.703. 00S. 00 Personal 2,053,30 1.00 AP railroads as re turned by the .-state p.oard .1,315.500.00 Car Lines 5.SC5.00 No. 5 6 2 0 Mills No. 57 20 Milks No. 5S 10 Mills No. 59 9 Mills No. CO 0 -Mills No. 61 3 Mills No. 62 No. 63 0 AHlls No. C4 1C Mills No. 65 S Alills No. 66 -- a Mills No. 6 7 11 Alills No. 70 7 API's No. 71 9 Alills No. 72 11 Alills No. 73 C Alills No. 74 10 Alills No. 75 10 .Mills No 76 17 Alills No. 77 IS Mil's No. 7.S S Alills No. 79 0 Alills No. SO S Alills No. SI 17 Mills No. 82 11 Alills No. S3 13 Alills No. 85 17 Alills No. 8 0 6 Alills No. 87 16 Alills No. SS 11 Alills No. 8 9 11 Alills No. 91 S Alills No. 93 9 .Mills No. 94 20 Alills No. 95 27 Alills No. 9 6 11 Alills No. 97 11 Alills No. 9S 22 Mills No. 99 34 Mills No.101 11 Alills No.102 35 Alills No.103 32 Alills EASTERN STAR HOLD PIGNIC LAST EVENING AT THE BEAUTI FUL HOME OF MR. AND MRS. GLENN PERRY. THEY CONTINUE UNTIL LATE HOUR Where Every One Present Enjoyed the Most Delightful Occasion. Toial Assessed o 1 va hint ion perty valuas of pro- $ 10,67' .00 Frank Alartia, bridge work Fnion Lumber Co., bridge material P.. F. Plymale, bridge work c. F. Vallerv, bridge work Wm. A. Wulf," gridge work H. A. Funke, bridge material Keystone Pipe Co . concrete pipe. Greenwood precinct Henry Snoke. bridge work N. C. Delederuier, bridge 9.60 3.00 21 30 7.30 "13.50 1.20 41. GO 112.00 2.50 On motion the board proceeded to make and did nake the following" levies for the year of 191S: County General Fund 4. SO County Mother's Pen sion Fund .42 County Soldiers Relief Fund .10 County Rridge Fund 4.00 Count y ( Finergency) Rridge Fund County Roatl Fund State Levy 1.00 4.00 7.6S Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Mills Alills School District Bond Levies as Fol lows, for 1918: District No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 1 17 3 6 5: 6 0 SI 9 5 102 103 Lew 10 Alills Alills Alills Mills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills 13 5 5 6 10 7 S Citv and Village Levies as Follows: No. 17 Plattsmouth City None No. IS Louisville village 15 Alills No. 19 So. Pent! village None No. 20 -Greenwood village 10 Alills No. 21 Alurdock village 5 Alills No. 22 Fnion village None No. 23 Avoca village 15 Alills No. 24 Weeipng Water City 19 Alills No. 25 Flnivvood village 18 Alills i No. 26 Fagle village 40 Alills I No. 2S Alvo village 5 Alills Total Lev; State ami County .00 Mills School Levies for the Year 1918 as Follows : District Vo i o. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. a 6 t S 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 1 5 17 IS 19 20 21 24 25 2 6 27 28 2 9 3 0 31 32 3 4 3 5 3 0 o I 3 8 40 41 42 4 3 41 4 5 46 47 4S 43 50 51 5 2 53 55 Levy 45 Alills Alills Mills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills 16 Mills 7 Mills Mills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Mills Alills Mills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills 16 10 21 12 11 12 17 IS 15 12 7 S 11 27 11 40 6 7 6 S 10 6 6 7 13 SO The business having been complet ed the board on motion adjourned. FRANK J. LIPFRSHAL. Secretary. DON I BE MISLED Plattsmouth Citizens Should Read And Heed This Advice. 4 10 9 16 11 12 12 6 6 5 10 4 9 10 6 6 11 11 S 9 Alills Alills Alills Alills Mills Alills Alills Alills Alills Alills Mills Alills Alills Alills Mills Alills Mills Kidney trouble is dangerous and often fatal. Don't experiment with something new and untried. Use a tested kidney remedy. Regin with Doan's Kidney Pills. Used in kidney troubles 50 years. Recommended here and every where. A Plattsmouth citizen's statement forms convincing proof. It's local testimony it can be in vestigated. Edward Alartin, machinist., 1109 Vine St., says: "Whenever my kid neys get out of fix or act irregular ly, a box of Doan's Kidney Pill3 re lieves the trouble. Occasionally my back starts aching, but it requires only a few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills to relieve me." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Air. Alartin had. Foster-AIil-burn Co., Alfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Fit!i Saturday's aily. Last evening at the beautiful country home of Mr. ami Airs. Glean Perry some live miles south of Plattsmouth, the members of the Fastern Star of this city, and alo many from. Nebraska City, gathered for their first picnic lu re iu a long, time, and with automobiles from both this and Nebraska City gath ered to celebrate the event at the home of the Worthy Alatron of the Fastern Star Lodge at this place. The evening was spent on the most social manner, ami everyone who was in attendance enjoyed the oc casion to the utmost. A most sump tuous fcupper was had. the tables being pile with the good things to eat. which those route brought. The celebration of the occasion contin ued until a late hour, and it was along well past the wee unall hour; when the assemblage thanked th'i host?ss and departed for their homes. TEH BOYS CULLED FOB GAMP 6DANT THESE ARE TO BE FOR FULL SERVICE AND TAKEN FROM CLASS ONE. Good for Biliousness. "Two years ago I suffered from frequeut attacks of stomach trouble and biliousness. Seeing Chamber lain's Tablets advertised I concluded to try them. I improved rapidly." Aliss Emma Verbryke. Lima, Ohio. A few good used Fords for sale. T. H. Pollock, Garage. 28-tf Fri'tn Saturday's I tally. Cards have been sent out, calling ten more of the Ikivs of this county for .service to depart on September fifth or sixth, to go to Camp- Grant, HI. These are to till the first call for selectmen for September, and arc from the first registration, as there remain a few of the first class of that registration yet. These will report during the com ing week, and be sent forward to the training camp. They are itj follows: Wm. Conrad Lynch, Plattsmouth. August Herman Parncs, Alvo. Harry Wirth, Louisville. Fred Lawrence. Towle. Waba h. Walter Heil. Cedar Creek. Harry .1. Gorman, Alvo. Floyd AlcCart, Plattsmouth. William Krcager, Cedar Crick. Walter J. Reeder, Klmwood. William A. Core, Louisville. For a Weak Stomach. ' The great relief afforded by Cham berlain's Tablets in a multitude of cases has fully proven the great value of this prcparat ion for a weak stomach and impaired digestion. In many cases this relief has heroine permanent and the suffers h-ave been completely restored to health. I have (5) five thoroughbred Chester White Alale hogs for .'-ale. Fritz Kaffenberger. d&w A few good used Fords for sale. T. H. Pollock, Garage. 28-tf Stationery at the Journal office.