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MONDAY, JULY 7. 1019.
rLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOUENAL.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
la use or over thirty years, has borne the signature cf
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good ' arc but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience agcirst Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Cistoria is a hanriless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, x
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
ju-ither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For mere than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, I latulenc?
"Wiad Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Eave's, aids
the assimilation of 5oad; giving healthy and natural Eletp,
The Childicn's Panacea Tre Mother's Friend.
liEHUSNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
i Bears the
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
'Wiilip :. 'i'ri' li ( i" v f.'l of My
li.tril v.-.i-s vi.-i'or in I ! .! j i " u !l
f'-r a ; io-rt t in:-- ihi- m i i i i -r look
ing ,it:r (:: I -i i ; . ; mait'T-.
K-ii.v ! i h 1 1; ! . of ;.-.r Murr.;.
"a .. ;. ii. r in I'!.:t i,,. ;it !i last
. i, ; n '!ri i r.z i' , Jit hi; ;i r to
! ; :::'.r : w- ..:. ho .- tr:
.'Ir-. A. i: u'in and children ar
r:i' 1 I1;:- i:tv.i: r : : i Cuiiot... and
art !:-it"-- ai ti.e I'.-oiie of her
1... i tr .Mr.-. C. i:. Iiil lor th'- day.
I -u i I. WiN-; v;? - a i -a i s r in
I i i ' I if. ill a li.
1 !...' .t '. i r M i. r i ii . i ii
'iir;1. i:ii!i'.r. . i
.1 Yk .Ii.nt.ii'. and vii".- v i-re r.il-'..
l!..; in '; i.'M; td,i. v 1 1 - Ih. y ;iri'
i -.' ni"e j'j.i ti -r. They ir
i 1 f in i 'i ir !.:.:?!' :;. r M nar 1 ; ) -ii"
r.i'.i; ! i'i taich lrria l-r il:-
.'Jr.-. Vi;i I.. Owens if mar
I.?i!i- ill'-. ..rri.id in ti.e cit thia
i;"ri:;n-; and i i. itin-i at the home
; h r r ::t James Oh m: an 1 wife
ai d !-i r .-i ier .Mi M. Keanies and
:n i'.? tts i t near N'eliavvli i , t:;i? f the winter "ie:if. lie
n liHer in tit's :ity for a short J drove up from his home near N'c-t:-;e
i!-r!;iv lmin si'in.' hu-i ness i, u ka ill his car and took the train
n. .liters to limk alter at the court ; for Omaha.
lo'-i e. Mr. I'.eUs returtiej to Ii is
-Tie t!i -- afternoon.
J !,n lleiiiiinu's of near Cedar j
;tLH'.ATL HW GLORIOUS FOURTH BY THROWING OfrF
-i hi: sh acklls oi WASTt and extravagance and open
ing AH ACCOUNT IN OUR. DANK. YOU WILL THEN UE A FREE
AS YOUR HAL ANCL fMCRLASLS YOUR INTEREST IN IT IN
CRLA3-S AND II IS THE SATISHED I LELING OF HAVING
MONEY THAT WILL MAKE II KELI ON GROWING.
YOU WILL HLCE1VE 3 1-2; INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS.
l! arrners otate oank
has beeu made under his per-
supervision fince its miancy.
no une to deceive tou in this.
i m r w v o t riTv,
i r k was a visitor in this city for
the ;".nrninc: coii;intr to look after
raa'ttrs at tlic court hous and
is visS'ina at the heme of hi dan.ah
tr .Mrs. Mike Tritsch.
(harl'v I. Soi'ii'-. of founcil
I -v.a. H'ul Charl-s Christ-
.:; r. t i Iiav. ka. wen vi:-itiii.;
in ',i city last evenin.!? ami this
fi.oniin;. looliitiK sifter some hi:si-iv?-
ii !t:i rs tl- court hoiiM-.
Jim-' s .T:h iisoii of Cedar Creek
was a visitor in I 'iattsmoiit !i today.
i iiaj, in this nu.rnin oti the early
train -n tf.e IJwrlinton and look
ing alitr seine business matters and
returning home in tlie afternoon.
it -Try Caver, of near old Rock
. 1 h'tt-. easi of Murray, was a visUor
i:i t'.' . !ilv la.-.t evening. couiiUK to
tt :i.i.e i i jhiu- jima i t iuh it
' ; t Ii irvest work, w li'ch i.s pret -
. . . ..
j it- ' i" 'y on tli!! heels ot layia-
Th is 1 1 1 r r 1 1 1 s i h liiiry Mauy and
v if d' iaried l r ' Kearney, where
'In y will i: il over the l'oiirtll.
T':'.'. v. ere acci'Tiipaiii-'d hy their
ih: :i :iit''v. Mi.-s Mariam. Tin y will
1? quests at the hme of Mr. and
Mrs. T. J. Todd.
Win. Troop i"partel after
noon for Oi'ia iia. where he is poi'.vg
after tome repairs for his harvester
which hroke in the mid.-t f the cut-
Mrs. Wm. l M. Kay, or Salt Lake
City. I'tah, who is visiting at thi
home of her ; :rents. J. L. Thompso,i
and wife, at the auto bridge across
the Platte river, was a visitor in
Flattsmouth for a short time yester
day, doins some trading and says she
expects to depart for her home iu
the west in a short time.
T. Frank Wiles attorney at law
iu Omaha, was a visitor in this city
this morning cumin? to look after
some business matters, at the court
house, where he is filing a suit for
foreclosure of a niortgaie by the
Occidental Loan and Huilding As
sociation for which he is the attor
ney against Wm. M. Kear and A. J.
Iirobst and wife of Alvo.
G. E. Oden and wife, of Lincoln,
were in the city the past few days,
while Mr. Oden was looking after
the work of the Metropolitan during
the absence of local agent J. C. Vaih
abough. who was called to Tennessee
last week on account of the illness
of his father. While in the city Mr.
Oden and wife were quests of J. .s.
Uhoades and wife, they being old
Mrs. J. J. Johnson who has been
visiting in the city since last Sun
day, the guest of Mr. Johnson's
mother Mrs. J. W. Johnson, depart
ed this morning for her home at St.
Joseph. Mo. Mrs. Johnson with
her husband had gone to Lincoln at
the time of the death of Mr. Kd
Johnson and later had come to
Frank H. Johnson's near Weepinn
Water for a visit and to this city
from Saturday" Iat)v.
John Truo and wife from Cedar
Creek were visiting with friends in
this city for the day.
MiT.s Dora Meisingcr of near Man
ley was a visitor in Plat : smoiit h for
the day i-pending the day wiih her
J. V.. Tritseh and family of near
'eilar Creek were visiting in I'la":
inoiith yesterday for a short lime
during the afternoon.
Lee Kniss of Murray was a visitor
in this city last Thursday evening
coming to look after some business
matters for a thort time.
Wm. March of Murray was a
visitor in this city last Thursday
evening looking after some bu?;iness
matters for a short time.
Orriu I'.urrows departed this aft
ernoon f r the home of Henry H i!
near Cedar Creek, where he will
work on the farm for some time.
Mrs. J. P. Keil departed la -1
Thursday evening for Cedar Creek,
where she spint the Fourth at the
home of her children many of whom
live near that place.
Mr. n.vron Sige of near fintna. a
friend of .lunge J. T. Ilegley. is
visiting in the city today, coming
over to look after some business and
is also visiting for a short time
with his friends.
Wm. (iilmoiir departed this morn
ing for Omaha, where he is vi-dtiug
with his friend J. It. Vallery at the
hcEpMal. who is reported as being
some better and getting along as
well as could be expected.
I. A. Root of Murrav was a visit
it in this city last Thursday even
ing looking after some business and
says that there is an phundance of
work in and about Murray, with
more than the carpenters can pos
Last Thursday. D. W. Foster and
wife and their daughter Mrs.. Stan
ton of Omaha, or Fnion, were in
the city for a short time on their
way from Fnion. returning to Oma
ha after having made a visit at Fn
ion. Miss Edith Kelly and little niece
Miss Margaret McDonald, of Mur
dock who have been visiting here for
some time at the home of her
grandparents J. R. Kelly and wife,
departed for Murdock. where Miss
Edith spent the Fourth.
John McIJride formerly of this
city and when here was in the em
ploy of the coal yards of J. V. Egen
bersrer has been in the southwest for
a long time, has a homestead at
IaJunt.a, Colorado, which he is just
about ready to prove up on.
Yesterday A. Jacks and son
George Jacks returned from Council
Blufls, Iowa, where they were at
tending the funeral, of a little
grandson of Mrs. A. Jacks, Hobert
Jacks, and a mm of the young man
who was electrocuted only about a
week since, while repairing wires at
Council I! luffs after the storm.
Roy Craig departad on the early
train this morning for GlenwooJ,
where he has some business matters
to look after in connection with
some property which he has il-.oie
and which was recently somewhat
damaged by a windstorm. He will
have the damage repaired and put
the property back iu first class
C H. Manchester who was the
yordmatter of the Burlington at
thM place yeirs sinro. and who left
here for work r.t Omaha, some nine
teen yars ago. is visiting with his
friends in this city for a short time
today. Mr. Manchester is the yard
master for the Burlington at Hast
ings at this time, and has been
there for some time.
Charles Renner has made the pur
chase of a new car which he is us
ing for ridiiig. when he and wife
go anywhere. The car is one of the
universal, and was purchased thru
the agency of the Follock Auto
Company f "lis pi ice. Mr. Renner
is getting pretty well used to run
ning the car now. and this makes
it doubly useful f- r him. and after
Mrs. Rentier l:a-s Income proficient in
the matter of handling it, the car
will become more useful.
Etuil J. Von GiKern. of Nebraska
City and son Emil. were visiting in
the city last Thursday evening,
passing through to Omaha. where
the remainder of ihe family were
visiting and returned late in the
evening with the family. Mr... Von
Ciillern was formerly a telegraph
operator in this ci;y, having at one
time the wire of Floyd Campbell
commission company and "worked
with the reporter of this paper for a
number of years.
WILL. MANAGE STANDARD
OIL CO. BUSINESS HEKE
From Thursday's I .- : 1 v.
Last evening. William Andrews
and wife, who wer- visiting in Oma
ha for a short time, returned and
will make their home lo re. Mr. An
drews will be the new manager r
the Standard Oil company's busim-'.;
here, taking char.!-' of the busine -in
about a week. fie will be che!.
el in and given possesion of t !.:.
business next Monday. Mr. Andrew--,
like his predecessor, Mr. Decker,
an excellent you-'; man and wii!
handle the proposition in a way t h t
will make good i'or the company, as
well as for himself'.
ARE SEEKING BUILDING SITE.
From Thursday's T'ailv.
This morning '-'red Patter.-i'n ity
and county surveyor, assisted by
Mes.srs. Oilniore and I'eiersen of the
L. C. Sharp .Manufacturing Company
w re busy surveying from dificrent
points in the city to locate site for
:he new Alfalfa Mill, the grading
for which is now nearly completed
! itti r mm
Li II LL UfflL Him
picture of sent
Suffered Day And Night For Years
After Taking Tanlac Looks
Like Different Child.
"!v little daughter Jean ha?"
j,;;ined ten pounds on Tanlae and
now .-he's the very picture of
health." said Jim Snell. well known
poultry and truck farmer of
'"When Jean was only seven years
old. continued Mr. Snell. "She was
taken with something like nervous
stomach trouble, and there wasn't
a day or night she didn't suffer, un
til we got Tanlae for tier, and she's
now fifteen years old. Her stomach
was in such a bad condition she had
to live on toast and eggs and milk,
and she couldn't eat any kind of
meats or vegetables. She complain
ed of pains in her stomach all the
lime and would spit up half digest
ed food. Sue was nervous and would
toss and roll all night, for she
couldn't sleep well ;?t all. She was
bilious and her complexion was had.
and she looked pale ; nd sickly all
the time. We gave her most every
kind of niejjjeine we could think of.
but nothing helped her.
"After hearing of some of the
good work Tanlac was doing, we
got some for Jean, and it has done
wonders for her.. She actually looks
and, acts like a different child, and
she's taken only two bottles of the
medicine. She commenced picking
up as soon as she started taking
Tanlac. and she has gained ien
pounds. She never has indigestion
now, and eats just, anything she
wants even such things as beans
and other vegetables and meats of
all kinds. Why, she ate corn for
dinner yesterday, and it was the
first time in eight years she dared
taste corn, and she eats boiled bac
on that's cooked with vegetables.
She's not nervous nor bilious now,
and sleeps like a baby. nd we never
hear anything out of her from the
time she goes to bed until she gets
up in the mornings. Her skin has
cleared up and her cheeks look
fresh and rosy. You can just look
at her and tell she's enjoying good
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke & (o.. in Alvo by Alvo
Drug Co.. in Avoca by O. E. Copes,
in South Rend by E. St urzenggf r,
in Greenwood by T. V. Smith, in
Wcepfng Water by Meier Drug Co.,
in" Elm wood by L. A. Tyson. in
Murdock by TI. V. McDonald. in
Iouisville by Rlake's Pharmacy, in
Eagle by F. W. Rloomcnknmp, and
in Union by E. W. Keedy.
"The Shepherd of the Hills" la a
good story that you 'will fitfd on sale j
at the Journal office. !
A S CO R
BUT THEY ALL WENT TO ONE
SICE WHILE THE OTHER
SIDE GOT NONE.
TEN MADE IN TWO INNINGS
Rij) Truck Boys Won in Lop-Eared
Game Everybody Got Their
Monev's Worth Free.
From '"Inirs'hiy'.s Daily.
Last evening marked the playing
of the second of a series of semi
weekly bull games between the dif
ferent teams comprising the newly
organized Burlington shops league.
The game was between the freight
department, or ""Rip track" boy.;,
and the coach, shops aggregation.
Called a trifle late, it was played
with as much speed as was consist
ent with the large number of scores
made, although there was eon.-ider-::blo
time lost between half inning ;
l-.y pra-.tii e-throwing among the play
ers of the 'out team. This delayed
the game and made the crowd im
patient. All iu ali. however, there
is ii'.? i.jueli complaint on this score
c. A. i.'.ia:'.'! R.i'ooion umpired the
game mo! hi-; decisions were general
ly sat '. f.oiory to all.
The freight department wai frs:
to bat and rip. rip. rip went tae
oai as the heavy hitters from t'm
"rip track" came up to bat. They
;mpr.;ved the fact that they wire
".ivtn th? inning by miking five
. cor:-.-, and leaving a m..u on thirl
The? e fj"e initial runs were made by
M u.rrer. iln cker. Mann. Rhoadr,s
: n;! i'r.vu . while Marshall wns
caught ' n first tmse. Ault went on!
Hi a ily Xeitel was fanned. Huh-
was left (-ii third. This gave all th--e.!i
an opportunity to f.et a sv.in.;
it the sphere.
Wii'i the c;kIi shop.; in t'ne Ke-t
half !' the first inning. Woostcr was
aught at first. Trice struck out and
K::lina went call on a foui. In the
.i2.nn! inning for the coach shops.
Craig was caught at first. McKiuiey
truck out and a tly caught GIa;.c.
In the third inning Marshall was
strock out, Howe failed on first am!
Long succumbed to a fly. This, or
-imil.ir experience was thrice re
peated during tin
ike game and at
nine innings o!
no time did a
coach shop player see past seLond
Willi the "rip track" hu-kies, the
tale was different. They scored ai
least one score during ail but two
f ti.e nine inning?-, and as relate!
above made live runj in the firs',
vhiie they repeated the perfor
mance in the sixth. In the fourtu
;nd ninth they made tiiree and ir.
the seventh, two. Their total num
ber tif tallies at the end of the game
was found lo be exactly a score of
eo res. -
Long pitched the game for the
.each tliop nam. while Neitzol did
Ihe pitching for the victorious "ri;
Next Monday night the freight
department hnd the blacksmiths art.
dated to cross hats. This' will be
the blacksmith's first game since the
league was organized, but it will be
recalled they defeated the machin
ists in a pre-season game that run
I innings one night last week. A
much better pa me than that of last
night is looked for.
At the close of the game last nigh'
opportunity was given those wlir
desired to d: so, of donating some
thing to a fund to be tiised for the
purchase of balls, bat s and ot lie i
necessary paraphernalia, and a right
smart sum was realized.
The returns by innings are:
Freight Dept. ." 0 1 :i 1 a 2 0 "J 20
Coach Shops 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
HAS A NEW TANK NOW.
FriP- Thursday's iJai'y.
Frank W. Elliott the agent for
the Collins Oil Company, has ju;-,t
received a new tank for the haul
ing and distributing of his oils and
gas. and feels that he has much of
an improvement over the matter of
hauling in barrels and that of a
truck. He and Will Meisinger are
now going alnut their work whist
ling and singing, on account of the
improved conditions under which
they are working.
CHICHESTER S FILLS
W TUB IUUM HRA VI. A
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-- Mil in Krd i l 4,..;j r eiii'.icWV
7 seatet villi Blo Kilon.
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UNUSUAL JUVENILE COUP ANY 017
CHAUTAUQUA PitOG-F Ar.I
at, -!g 5.r-s v
Roy Scout work has a strong appeal for t'.e hoy., r-r any 'g?i.:r i'.:y.
Sciit craft is of universal intret amcng th-m. H 'to is a grn:? of b v
scouts under the direction of Fiances L. Shaw, an acc ini.-ii-hci niuin-i u-J
The boys are thorough mush ians. playing saxaphone.-; and br-ss fr. r'e
ir.ents. singing, and violin solos. Program cf oeli "-tia mn-lc. ri!!:".. ry 1 '. . ;.
scout drills - full of pn, novel and an in: plr.Uioa lor ol.i ; -n i ;- .
icuns. They apper.r in nifty b)v scout uuifof .;i. giving a di -:i;.e;'.y in.
cast to their appeai inte and program-.
Program featuring Master Lek.nd Wood. r.!. r .r.i; r.al fciy vi'-;': .
artist 14 years of age. A young "Hi'ilit::" wiih a .-- con : :in ;
numbers as "Saiasate," '"Fau.-t," to th ? beautiful Handel a Largo. Aft
of the fourth ilay.
: SPLENDID LADIES OTJAP.TET ON
CHAUTAUQUx FROG. HAM
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Animated Sunbeams The Madrigsl Fear.
Four charming young '.adies with beautiful voices. M? ruling i;i p -rfect
harmony, who will delight us with their program . of uvh--t ral mmih r-.
readings, quartets, instrumental and vocal solos, duels and tries. alteii,ooi
of the third day. The Madrigal Four is an o: cuiivat ion well known to
chautaiKjua audiences. folks you will be happy to meet.
There is plenty of fun. good inn do. light mu-ie.' and just real minie in
Choir programmes. When they sing, thor.-V a glad fooling in your he.ut
for the. happiness of life and of living they have left you. 'Afternoon of jhinl
day of chautauqua.
I HAVE THE GENUINE
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