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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 191S,
PLATTSMOUTH
SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
PAGE THREE
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saitsmouin Carae !
J. E. MASON, Proprietor
Agents for
9
ESI Trucks and Cfevefaml TrecforsgES
THE CAR FOR SERVICE!
Let us demonstrate to ycu.
We also Repair All Makes cf Cars!
Gas, Greese and Oils
Welding and Batteries Charged!
Auto Accessories! !awkeye Tires!
-GIVE US A CALL-,
Telephone 394 Rssidence 22i
OFGASS
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stria
000NTY
He Was Weak and All 'Eun Down
' "I thought my kidneys might be
the cause of my rundown condition
and waknws," writes V. H. Frear,
C.l Myrtle Ave.. Albany, X. Y., 4Vo
I took Foley Kidney Pills, and they
did tlie work. I cheerfully reeom
ment them. You can use mv name
PERSHING PRAISES AM
ERICAN RED CROSS
Washington. 1. ('.. Dec 17. Work
of t he - American lied Cross for the
soldiers t.f t lie American Expedition
ary forces is commended hy General
Perilling in a statement i suited from
1: is headquarters in France and
Plattsmouth. Xebr. Dec. 2, 101S.
Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, Julius A. Pitz, C.
E. liechner, and Henry Snoke,
County Commissioners; Frank J.
Lihershal. County Clerk.
Minutes of previous sessions read
and approved, when the following
i business was transacted in regular
j form :
I On motion room rental of all
j rooms used for primary and e:ieri:l
I elections was fixed at $t'i.O( per
! ward or precinct.
Application of Julius A. Pit?,
j Guardian of Waldemar Heck, an in
j competent person for leave to keep
' said Waldemar Beck, in said Ooun
i ty Hospital was approved hy the
Hoard.
j James Robertson, Clerk of the
. District Court filed his appointment
j of Marguerite Porter as Deputy in
i his office and same was approved by
j the Hoard.
I The 1'ollowins? "Mothers' pensions
'were renewed bv the County Court:
Airs. Martha A. Haddon. Louis- i W
ville Vt'lir . for $"0.00 P"r mon'h. P.
I Mrs. Marv Thompson, Louisville,
Xebr.. for $$.00 per month.
Mrs. Esther M. Heneger. Weeping
Water. Xebr.. for $20.00 per month.
Mrs. Ethel Hoctel. of Plattsmouth
for $25.00 per month.
Mrs. Olive Hamilton, of Louis
ville. Xebr.. for $1."..00 per month.
All were approved by the Hoard.
Count v .Tudtre. Allen J. Beeson.
filed an order with the touniyj
Precinct, .
W. E. Hand. Do. 1 election
Salt Creek Pet..
C. H. Campbell. Do. 1 elec
tion So. Bend Pet.,
Platts. Turn Verein, Do. 1
election 2nd Ward Platts
mouth, Edw. Kelly, Do. 1 election
Center Precinct,
Avoca Town Hall Co., Do. 1
election Avoca Precinct.-
Aug. Hach, Do. 1 electoin
Platts. f.th Ward.
J. H. Martin M. I) , Salary
L'rd quarter Co. Phys.
Dist. Xo. ,
Mrs. Ida Schlieske, Care cf
Dependent children for
Dec. :
COMMISSIONER KOAD Fl'XD.
Muenehau fi Sack. Auto hire
Commr. Dist. Xo. P f.
Fred McGrady, P.lacksmith
work Dist. Xo. li,
Ciias. Frohlich. Road work
Dist. Xo. :;. 2.".
Gallion Iron Works Mfg.
Co., (trader Repairs Com.
Dist. Xo. 1
BRIDGE FIT XI).'
1 1. A. Funke, Bridge Ma
terial. Grebe ti- Almy. Do
John Murtv, Do.
DRAGGING KIT XD.
R. V. Hrunell. Dragging
District Xo. It!.
J. W. Ruhga. Do. Xo. 14.
Chas. Frohlich. Do. Xo. HI,
"S. Jordan. Do. No. (.
A. White. Do, Xo. i
Brockman, Do. Xo. t.r..
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Christmas Gifts!
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LM PIECE of Jewelry makes the most appropriate Christmas Gift you can select.
' No alone because Jewelry is pleasing to look at, but because it is lasting. A piece
of good Jewelry vill last a life time, and that is the kind we carry.
There is a big satisfaction in giving gifts that are sure of a warm welcome and
hearty appreciation.
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Chas.
H. F.
J. W
V. I).
J. H.
Omaha Lincoln Denver
Higlnvav Avn., Drag.
Dist. Xo. T. ?U0 Re
Will M. Hoover. -Dragging
District Xo. li,
God by. Do. Xo. C,
Plvmale. Do. Xo. 14,
Baker, Do. Xo.
Harris, Do. Xo. 4,
Foreman. Do. Xo.
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21.73 $ .- Jfg t U
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34.40 T
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wlienever you wih." They stop al! made public timight at lied Cross
rheumatic aches. Sold everywhere. j 1 eadquarti rs in connection-with the
Christmas membership campaign. In
expressing for the troops overseas
:.r preciat ion of the services rendered
! the lied Cross. General Pershing
said: !
"Two the millions of women who
;t' in the service: to the millions of
m m. rich and poor alike throughout
ti;- eu irtry w "no have sacrificed and
t'-on i the millions oi' children of
our schools who are doing their
port, it should be mate clear that
the relief and comfort contributed
by li'ei-i ; hrouch the .American Red
Cross to the men in the service is: e:--'
Can't look well, eat well, or feel
well with impure blood. Kesip thf
blood pure with Hurdle"; Hhiod Hir
ters. Eat simply. take exercise,
ktep clean, and go.d l.valth is
pretty sure to loi'ow. fl.l'.
bottle.
Subscribe for the Journal.
I AIYJ OFFERING
A Few Specials
for Immediate Safe!
Clerk directing the Board of Conn- : E. I
tv Commissioners to pay Mrs. Mar
tha Franke. of Cedar Creek. Xebr.
the sum of $20.00 per month for
the care and support of her four
dependent children for a period, of
-ix months. Same approved by the
Board.
The following claims were audit
ed and allowed by the Board:
GENERAL FPXD.
Omaha Printing Co.. Ballot
boxes. $ 17.32
Ct;d3hv Packing Co., So. p to
to Court House.
Opal Fitzgerald. Salary for
Xovember.
Dr. C. H. Uos. Quarantine
service.
Fred Pat ter.-'c m. Ol'ice work
J. H. McMaken. Freight and
dr;ya'-;;.
C. H. Lewis. Hauling rub
bish from Court House.
Gottherd Rhode. Shovtiing
snow at 'o;irt House
Frank J. Liberhal. Salary,
fees, and expense for Xov..
Omaha Printing Co.. Sup
plies to County. 1
3 cans of good Pumpkin for 30c
3 cans cf good Kraut for 3c
'.' cans e.f good Hominy for 30c
.'Leans e;f good Apricot Butter for n7c
3 cans e.f Van Camp's pork and
hears die
3 cans of Van Camps SpahettiC3c
3 cans good corn 5 0c
Van Camps Catsup, nr bottle20e
Premium Blend Coifee, 3 1 1)3. $1.00
Bulk Ce-coa, per lb "Zc
Walter Baker's Cocoa :. lb. can J2c
California Sardines, per can 10c
Grape Xuts.per package l"c
Shseaded Wheat Biscuits, per
package l."c
Puffed Rice or Wheat, per pkg l.'c
"anned Salmon, pr can 20c
Macaroni, per pkg 10c
Prepared Mu-tard, per n? 40c
10 bars Pearl White soap for;rc
Scotts Bluff Potatoes by th3 pet'-k,
bushel e.r in lots. Get my price.
Xew California Walnuts. Xo. 1,
at per lb. jr.c
Xew Turagona Almonds, at per
lb. If.c
Xew Brazils, at pei lb 10c
Dried Scf.tch Cren Peas, 3 lbs.r,0c
Get in while s:toek is compl'-te.
Buy Your Mun-ing wear of me.
Farley. Salary for
! CANI70T "RLUFF" TEXAS MAYOR
I I C. G. Fricke. Coal to County
I Hor,ton. Ttxas. Dec. 17. "The ' Jail.
r' ii.,., ...;n . i i..v,..i Geo. L.
. Nr.'-.,
J.y Ljirleson. declared Mayor Amer- vr;tz Haffhe. F-e of farm
i::rn ( f Houston today in announc- j mar hinery at Co. Farm.-
wiil begin legal pro- , Harry .ion:---n.
county a a ii.
c v iif.,'.,-ep. iiixiarv anu
iiiii:ie i o;i; pit :iy i iiei eil.-ii ng lis. raien
) i.r cent. u:'.;!er authorization
ivg1 the
-.eedings
fit:
to
Ire,ent tho le.cal
r cent,
T'o; tia .te- Gencr.al Burleson.
The city council previously had
rfuscl t:;e company permission to
increas" rates when a special order
authorizing the increase was sought
tele
i and
ft Henry
u! ins
Julius
C. D.
Mileage.
Snoke. Do
A. ;'itz. Po
A. P:'z, Auto hire
Quintou. Boarding
(
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H'i" ..I, I I J It ill I lull 11, H'MiaiH (
ie enforcement of the increase prob- ! (
!dy will be entered, the mayor said.
d obtained from Burleson.
CARD OP THAITES.
W" do-ire to etenI our sincere
thanks to those who so kindly as
sisted eluring the sickness and death
of ougi bvl ived daughter and sister,
France's Kus!iinky, and 'for the
be.i;,t il'lil j'l.'.'.vors.
, FRAXK KFSX1XSKV,
AXD FAMILY.
:o:
Don't use harsh physics. The re-
i act ion w eakens t he bowe ls, leads to
j chronic constipation. Get Doan's
i Regulcts. They cperate easily. 30c
I at all stores.
P. L.U
b'
i Bex paper from 25c to $5.00 at
I the Journal offjee.
ass:
G tlQlCl
4 V
ers of oecond
Liberty Loan Bonds.
Your next coupons will be payable
November 15th. We shall be glad to
cash them for you free of charge any
time it is convenient to you.
Ask us about our plan for the free safekeeping of
your Liberty Bonds.
The Bank of Gass County,
Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Capital and Surplus, $80,000
Your Personal Bank.
prisoners .tune j;us
1). Quintan, Do. July
D. (.'uiti'o i, ! ). August,-
D. Quinton.'Do. S;pf
D. Quintnn. I) . O 't
D. Qninton. Do. Xov
I). Qu'.nto.u, Jailer fees for
Xov. If IS.
C. I). Quin'on. Salary for
Mrs. Josephine Havir. Care
rt Dependent children ier
Dec.
Mrs. Edith Duckworth. Do.
Mrs. Mollie Hann. Do
.Mrs. Earl C. Hyde. Do
Mrs. Lillian B. Baker. Do
Mrs. C.ira B. Tower. Do
Mrs. Lnretta Price. Dn
Mrs. CMora Al'.-n. T)o.
Mrs. Ethel BoeU 1. Do. f.:r
Xov.. -
A. G. Cole. Salary and ex
pense, X'v,.
II. Sievers. Salary and laun-
dy for Xov..
AiTha C. Peterson. Salary
and expense Xov
J. P. Sat tier. Repair work,
C. E. Hnrtford. Fuel at
Court House.
Al'en J. Bee-on, Cotirt
Costs Mothers' peiision
case:,
Mrs. Martha A. Haddon.
Care of Dependent child
ren for Xov..
Mrs. Martha A. Hnddcn, Do.
for Dec.
Mrs. Marv Thcmp.oTr Do.
M". Ether M. Hene-gel
Do.
Mrs. Elbe! Boetel. Do
Mr:-. Martha Frjfnke, Do.
?.7rs. Olive Hamilton, Do
Wm. F. Evers, Work at
Court Hcuse.
John Kopia, Mdse. to Mrs.
Buriam.
C. d. Fricke. Coal to Mrs.
Warden. .
Fuller. Mdse. Mrs C.
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ROAD Fl'XD.
Wm. Broth w.U. Load work
Road Dist. Xo. Hi.
Wm. Richards. Do. Xo.
Walter livers. Do. Xo. 27.
H. A. Meisinger. Do. Xo. L
Will M. Hoover. Do. Xo. 3.
W. S. Jordan. Do. Xo. G
Giobe & Almv. Lumber Do.
Xo. 4.
F. W. Holka. Bond work.
j Road Dist. Xo. r..
I Johnson Hdw. Impl. Co..
Hardware Do. Xo. 14.
B. F. llyir.ale. Road work
Road Di-.t. Xo. 1 4.
James J jhnson. Blacksmith
Work. Road Dist. Xo. 2.
A. O. Ault. Material Road
Dist. Xo. 2.
J J. c. Latrom, Xails for Do.
! Xo. i;. '
John Adams. Material for
Do. Xo. 10,
WateT.ian Lbr. Coal Co.,
21.
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Mrs. "Dora Denson, Care of
Dependent children for
Dec..- 20.00
.Airs. Ellen Davis, Do. 20.00
J. W .Crabill, Care cf Tower
Clock for one year, 40.00
Ilatt & Son, Mdse. to Jos.
Lambert. 20.31
A. O. U. W. Lodge Xo. S,
Room for 2 elections,
Platts. 3rd ward. 21.0
Louisville Village, Do.
Louisville, 12.00
C. V. Vallery, Do. Platts.
Precinct, 12.00
Xehawka Auditorium Co..
Do. Xehawka Precinct. 12.00
Platts. Lodgo Xo. 7, I. O. O.
P.. Do. 1 election Platts.
4th ward. 0.CO
W. B. Banning Mgr., Do. 1
elceti n Liberty Precinct. COO
Hmry Hm1. Jr., Do. 2 elec
tions Eight Mile Grove
Lumber fer
J:)in Murtey. Liimber
Do. Xo. 10.
John Murtey, Do. Xo. 0
On motion the Board adjourned
to meet. Tuesday, December 3. l'il'.
FRAXK J. LIBERSHAL.
County Clerk.
Mat tsmout h, Xebr. Dec. 3. It) IT,.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment, with all members preset!,
when the following business was
transacted in regular form:
The Bo. id of I. T. Rover, Read
Overseer Road District Xo. 13, ap
proved by the Board.
Resignatiem ef James W. Brebst.
Justice o the Peace, Louisvile. Pre
cinct received and accepted by the
Board.
Tlse fedlowing claims were audit
ed and allowed by the P.oard:
GEXERAL Fl'XD.
M,rs. Susie Frwin. Care of
"Derendent chidren for
Dec,
Mrs'. Lucy B. Lyle, Do
Xebr. Inst. Feeble Minded
Youths, Clothing for Cass
Co. Inmates.
Xebr. Light Co.. Gas and
electricity to Co..
Mike Tritscli. Pestal sup
plies, R. I). McDonald, Mdse. Mrs.
Mudd, Oct. and Xov.,
Lincoln Tel. & Tel. Co..
Rent and Tolls. 2
Kroeher Bros., Mdse. to
Court House,
St. infield Book Shop, Flag to
Court Housr.
Ilestor Air Swatek. Cartridge.
Geo. II. Olive. Room for
election Weeping Water,
2nd ward,
Waterman Lbr. c Coal Co.,
Lumber to Court House.
R. B. LcffJcr, Damages to
fence Xo. Line Sec. 32-11-12.
sr0.00 cut to
II. M. Soenr.ichsen, Mdse.
Warden. $10. Collins, $1,
Hart. $10, Co. $1.73,
D. C. Morgan. Stamps to
County Supt..
Mrs. Clara Matrke. Care of
Dependent children for
Xov.,
J. H. Tarns, Harvest heLp at
farm.
Schlueter & Sons. Tea and
Coffee to Co. Farm,
L. F. Terryberry, Auto
livery,
John Bauer & Son. Labor
at County Jail,
Kroehler Bros., Mdse. to Co.
Jail,
Platts. Steam Laundry,
Laundry to Jail,
Plattsmouth Garage, Auto
hire to sheriff,
J. H. Tarns, Salary for Xov.
Wm. Holly, Mdse. to paup
ers. Mrs. Fannie Dill, Care De
pnedent children, Dec,
John Kopia, Mdse. to boun
ty Farm. i
' BRIDGE FUXD.
T. E. Hathaway, Bridge
work, '
A. F. Sturm. Bridge matl
Monarch Engr. Co., Bridge
work West Rock Bluff,l 31 oi
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Joe Vickers. Do. Xo. 10,
.Joe Stall. Do. Xo. 10
Ihrry Marolf. Do. Xo. 0
E. F. Huribut. Do. Xo. H
Wm. Wehrbein. Do. Xo. 10.
John M. Meisinger, Do. Xo.
1 .
Fritz Haffke. Do. Xo. 1
John P. Meisinger. Do. Xo. 1.
F. W. Xolting. Do. Xo. 1.2
C. F. Vailerv. Supt. Do. Xo.
1,
Aug. Erecklow, Do. Xo. s
Capital Bridge ('., Culverts
Dist. Xo. 13
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A. B. CMne, Blacksmith
work. Road Dist. Xo.
Xels Stigard. Coal i ;r grad
ing Road Dist. Xo. 14
R. B. Lender. Road work.
Road Dist. Xo. 13.
T. F. Hathawav. Do. Xo. 11.
E. F. Hurlhvt. D'. Xo. ",..
A. A. WaUinue r. Do. Xo. IT..
W. J. Althou.e. Do. Xo. 0.
Wm. Wyers. Do. Xo. 10
B-no M 0'.'iu'h;'u. Do. Xo. lti.
I. T. Rover. Do. Xo. 12.
Avgusi Kreeklov, Do. Xo. S.
C. F. Vallery. Do. Xo.
Fritz Haffke. Da. Xo. 1
F. W. Xolting. Do. Xo. l.
Kroehler Bros.. Mdse. Do.
Xo. 1,
Xo further business t!;' Beard
in metie.n adjo'tt'iel to meet Tues
day. January 7. 1319.
FRAXK J. LIBERSHAL.
Count v Clerk.
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"reel Tuesday's Laity.
Mrs. Be:i Hankinson, w!:o has
l.'een at Omaha for the past few
days at the bedside of her son
David, v. ho is in a hospital at that
place-, where he has undergone
three oneratinos. The condition
was serious last Saturday, and the
r.hysicians at the hospital thought
it best to call the young man's
rr. other and she was taken to Oma
ha, via r.uto.
Mr. Hankinson who bar beer
staying at Crookston, was also call
ed and is at the hospital now with
the. young man. Mrs. Hankinscri
coming home last evening. Ar."thcr
and third operation,, was performed,
as It was thought, that there was
but litlle hope for his recovery, and
when performed, brought forth an
ounce of pus. Since this the young
man's condition has been some
what improved, but his condition is
still very bael. While tror friend
and physicians have very little hope
of his recovery, it would be plead
ing news to know cf his getting
well again.
BROTHS?. SEVERELY W0UNDEE
Monarch Engr. Co.. Do...
Capital Bridge Co., Cul
verts, Avoca,
Do. Do. Weeping Water,
Do. Do. Do.
DRAGGING" FUXD.
R. B. Leffler. Draggist Dis
trict No. 13. j
R. B. Leffler, Do. No. 9,
Fin"i Tuesday's P.'t'ly.
The many friends cf .Mrs. Ii. W.
Whitacre, who formerly taught in
the city schorls here, and who is
now teaching at -Nebraska City,
and who was formerly Miss Bute,
will he pleased to know that the
message, which, she received caying
that her brother was dead, is cor-
j j 0 fi0 j rected, by a letter from the young
23S.ooman himself, in which he says that
272.00 j he was severely wounded, .and that
j he had lot one of his feet. He was
in" a hospital, and was very weak,
but was recovering very slowly.
432.20
4.30
1.30
The young man Joy Bute was
from Hastings before going to the
service. The parents now make
tloir heme at Trenton, where Mrs.
Whitacre departed last Saturday
ni'-'ht to comfort them in their ser-row.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Prf'in Mn!'.l;i!'s Daily.
Pauline Oldham to J. II. Hallstrom
lots 1 6c 2. pt. 3 i 4 Blk. 104.
City of Plattsmouth $1,500.00
Mary J. Johnson to Peter Sehreedei
lot J. blk. IS. city W. D.$2,000
C. S. Smith to Farmer'; Fnion
Association Lot 2. blk. 12. Mur
dock V. 1). $730.00
R. I). C'lymer to R. E. Clymer lots
300. 307. pt. 30S Greenwood, W.
1). - $2,700.00
J. M. Jackman to H. S. Jack-man
Lot 7. Loiisville W. D.$300.00
G. T. Hastings, et al to Mary E. F.
NOTICE TO THE MEMBERS
OF MYNARD BRANCH
Blk 6,
C. D. $1
Hastings to A. L. And
S & I. Block 0, Lynn'r.
Hasting:, lots S & !,
Lynn's add. to Union Q
Mary E. F.
erson lot:
add. to Union. W. D $SO0.O0
Amelia E. Brandt to J. V. Brandt
HV. SE4 29-10-1 3 W. D.$1.00
From Tuesday's Dally.
The buttons for the membership
of the Mynard Red Cross branch,
have been received by the officers,
and as there has not been meetings
of the branch being held, at this
time, arrangements have been made
for the members to come and pay
their subscription, and receive the
buttons and window flags. The dis
tribution of the buttons have been
so arranged that it will be conven
ient for the members to get them,
as they have scattered them over
the territory. J'his will be lor the
home chapter as well as the Na
tional American Red Cross. Get
the buttons and pay your subscrip
tion at the nearest place. They will
be found with Mesdtmes Guy Kels
er, E. H. Pontias. Charh'S Barnard,
A. W. Leonard. G. H. Will and at
the store of W. T. Richardson. Get
(.lie the first opportunity, as thi:.
needs to be cared lor this week.
GLEN ELLIOTT HEARD IR0M.
A letter l.T-t Saturday from Gleu
Elliott, who i in France and w-Mo
his not been heard from since in
September, told of his b"ing well
and feeiing fine. This is good news
to the many friends of this excel
lent young man. and some with joy,
to the home especially, where ap
prehension began to abide because
of the long time since then he was
heard from before.
J0IIIT SE AG RAVES HAS DROPSY.
'"rom Monday's Pa II v.
John S"a graves who lives south
of the city, end who has been sitk
it his home for the past two weeks
and was reported as having the
luhas the Dropsy instead of the
rlu. Mr. Seagraves is kept to his
home and canned get out at this
time. It is hoped he will be able
to he out in a short time.
For any pain.
;ruise, apply Dr
Oil the
burn, scald or
Thomas' Eclectic
hnueliold remedy. Two
sizes 30c and 00c at all drug stores.
INFANT DIES WITH FLU T6DAY.
From Monday's Daily.
At the home of Frank Chavel.
v.heie the entire family are conlined
with the Influenza, and where they
have been sick for some time, came
the death messenger this morning
and took thir little daughter, and
infant of but a few months, little
Cleo Mae. The funeral will be
held from the home at two o'clock
cn tomorrow, and the tuirial 'maue
at Oak Hill Cemetery. Mr. and
Mrs. Chavel have both been down
w:th the malady, but are getting
along now, both able to be up J.ist
at this time. Another chill is also
down with the disease, liui report
ed : getting along pretty fair. Ilev.
I . W. Scott of the Christian thu vh
will codnuct the services .1? tie
nine l al.
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum
sets you crazy. Can't bear the
touch of your clothing. Doan's
Ointment is fine for skin itching.
All druggists sell it. 00c a box.
A. J. Seamans of Omaha was in
this city this morning coming to
lock over the tax list at the office
of the county treasurer, with a
view of purchasing some delinquent
numbers on the tax list.
'The mortgage that never comes due"
You pay no commission.
Capital $250,000.00
THE
Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank
Of LINCOLN, NEBRASKA
Organized and operated under the provisions of
the Federal Farm Loan Act.
For Farm Loans
See CHAS. C. PARMELE, Representative
Plattsmouth, Nebraska
f.
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