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About The news-herald. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1909-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1909)
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Bir line of sterling silverware at
Gus Roman was a business visitor at
Miss Helen Chapman spent Saturday
afternoon in Omaha.
VVm. Holly was a business visitor in
the metrapolis Friday.
I. C. Lyle and wife and Miss Star
Everett were Omaha visitors Friday.
For jewelry, watches, rings, silver
ware, clocks, and cut glass see Crabill.
Mrs. C. Palmer left Thursday for a
few weeks visit with relatives at Have
lock. Wm. W. Wolfe and daughter of
, Union, were in the city on business
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Martin B. Hauk of
Omaha are visiting in the city with
Mrs. AndreAv F. Seyhert and daugh
ter, Miss Ethel, of Cullom, were in the
Sheriff Quinton was a paservger for
Avoca Friday w here ho went to serve
Gus Olson, proprietor of the Olson
Photograph Co. attended to business
in Omaha Friday.
Mis Isabel Wiles returned to the
city Friday afternoon from a visit with
friends in Omaha. '
C. E. Tefft, a prominent attorney of
Weeping Water was a business visitor
in the city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. S. Burton of
Omaha, ppent Sunday in this city vis
iting with friends. -
Mrs. V. E. Sherwood was' a passen
ger for Omaha Friday where she spent
the day with friends.
Mrs. John Albert returned Friday
from a few days visit at her former
home near Cedar Creek.
Geo. Hof n, representative of the M.
W. A. accident association of Lincolr,
was in the city Saturday.
W. S. Shera, a prominent farmer
and fruit grower from Rock Bluffs, was
a Plattsmouth visitor Friday.
Mrs. Jos. Klein of Lincolu who was
in the city to attend the Falter-Dovey
nuptials left for her home Friday.
Lyman James of Greenwood was ex
cused from service on the jury and re
turned to his home Friday afternoon.
John F. Hennings who enme in from
Louisville to serve on the jury last week
departed for his home Friday after
noon. ' Chas. Gerlach, who served as a juror
on the Leu-Hall darmge case returned
to his home at Manley Friday after
noon. John Kraeger brought in a load of
wheat from his farm Friday and dis
posed of same at the mill at a good
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Murphy came
down from their home in Omaha Satur
day for a visit over Sunday with rela
tives. Laura Mcisinger returned from sev
eral days visit at Louisville and Elm- j
wood where she spent the fourth with
Mrs. Heatherington and baby went
to Ralston Saturday for a visit over
Sunday with Mr. Heatherington, who
is at work there.
Miss Jennie Jones of Lincoln, who
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
W. H. Davis, left Friday for a trip
through the west.
T. H. Pollock, general manager of
the Plattsmouth Tel. Co., returned Fri
day from a business trip to various
points in the state.
C. S. Lusk, local representative for
the National Cash Register Company
of Chicago, was in the city Friday call
ing on his customers.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taylor were pas
sengers Friday for Watson Mo., where
they will spend a few days visiting
friends and relatives.
Miss Lillian Murphy was a passenger
Saturday for Denver, where she will
it ill ' ' '
make an extended visit through the
heated portion of the summer.
Bob Mauzy returned to his work at
Denver, Colo., Saturday after a vaca-
j tion spent in visiting his parents, Mr.
I Airs, mike Mauzy in tbis city.
I Mrs. G. W. Saxon came in on the
' M. P. Saturday aod left over tne
Burlington for Clarinda, la., where she
will visit for a few weeks with rela
tives. Mrs. A. T. Fitt and Miss Freda Her
ald left for Louisville Saturday where
they visited over Sunday with friends,
returning to this city ithi3 morning on
Geo. Foster came over from Glen
wosd Friday where he is employed at
the Institutfon for a few days visit
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Geo. Horn of Cedar Creek, L. D.
Mullen and E. Bogenreif of Alvo were
excused from farther service on the
jury and they returned to their homes
Mrs. Emily Dickson left Saturday
for Ashland where 6he will spend sev
eral days visiting with friends. She
will also visit at Grand Island before
' Frank Tarakening was in the- city
i Saturday looking after the prices of
! grain. He pleased to Cnd the price of
! corn advanced as he has a great deal of
' it for sale.
CM Freeman and w'ii'e returned
; Saturday to their home i:i Omaha af
ter spending several days in this city,
visiting at the home of William Budig
j and family.
F. M. Young of near Murray, was in
I the city Saturday. He states that small
j grrtin is ripening very fast and a few
j days of dry weather will lind most of
i it in the shock.
Mrs.-C. A. Hagcrston died at her
home in this city yesterday afternoon, 1
aged 64 years. Funeral services will
be held from the home Thursday after-1
noon at 2 o'clock.
Attention is called to the new adver
tisement of the Nebraska Telephone
j Co., in this issue. The Missouri Paci
fic railway company has also contracted
for space for a year.
Mrs. Frank Eaton and daughter,
Florence, of Colorado City, Colo., and
Mrs. Geo. Stamm, of Havelock, are in
the city visiting at the home of their
mother, Mrs. Rheinackle.
Frank Shopp and family were pas
sengers on the morning train Friday
for Omaha where they spent the day
shopping and returned to their home in
this city od No. 2 in the evening.
Peter Eveland who had come jn from
his fine farm home near Murdock on
business and was delayed here by jury
duties, returned to his home Friday via
Omaha, to look over various automobile
Mrs. W. II. Seybert was in the city
Saturday. Mrs. Seybert entertains the
D. of H. ladies at her home in Cullom
Thursday and the writer was invited
out to help get away with the good
Thomas Shirley, who has been in this
vicinity for se.eral weeks installing
gasoline engines for August Gorder,
left for Weeping Water Friday where
he has some similar work for Fred
Ed Barker made a hurried trip to
OmahaFriday on business connected with
his automobile garage. Ed is a first
class chaffeur and in case of a break
down can fix up an auto any turn in
Edwin Jeary, formerly of Elmwood
but at present a prominent banker of
Lincoln, arrived in the city Friday to
look after his interests in connection
with the Carroll vs. Jeary case in dis
The stork in its last visit to the city
left a big little man at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Graves on Wintersteen
HilL The neighbors say Will exhibits
the usual spirit in celebration of the
Mrs. Will Vallery was a passenger
for Omaha Friday morning where she
tpent the day.' She was accompanied
by Miss Josephine Vallery and both
ladies returned to their home south
west of the same evening.
J. L. Thompson, mail carrier and ex
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press deliveryman, reports that Mrs.
Thompson, who had the misfortune ' to
sptain her knee some few days ago is
still very lame, being unable to get
about the house without the aid of,
Chas. Beeson who is employed in the
head office of the M. W. A. at Rofk
Island, III., id visiting his many friends
and relatives here.
J. V. Egenberger, the coal dealer
who has been on the sick list for some
weeks, is slowing improving and ex
pects to be able for bistneps soon.
George P. Horn was a Plattsmouth
visitor Saturday. He reports the con
dition tif his son Henry as being much
improved, and that he is able to get
out on the porch and around some.
Robert Hunter has-"secured employ
ment in the general store of John
Schwartz at Nehawka, and will enter
upon his new duties in that village to
day. "Bob" is a steady young man
and Mr. Schwartz will find him a valu
able assistant in his business.
J. P. Kamm of Wood River, Neb.,
arrived in the city this morning to be
present at the trial of hi3 hrothr in
county court. He found upon arrival
here that the case which had beea set
for this morning had been continued
until 10 o'clock Tuesday morning.
Mrs. A. J. Janda returned Saturday
morning from an extensive visit in the
east, New York State, where she had
a very enjoyable time with relatives
and friends. At Chicago she met Ed
die Kanka who had been visiting rela
tives in Milwaukee and at Chicago.
In county court Friday-the matter of
administration of the estate of John C.
Quinn was heard. Charles Murphy of
Manley was a witness in the case, end
was appointed administrator of the es
tate. Mr. Murphy was also named as
guardian of the minor children inter
ested in the estate.
Mrs. A. L. Jackson returned to her
home in Omaha Friday after a few
days' visit in the city with her parents.
Mrs. Jackson states that her father,
Henry J. Streight, is slowly recovering
from his recent attack. The family
hope to eee him around and down town
in the near future.
Miss Elizabeth Schumakcr departed
for her home at Arlington, Nob., Fri
day, after a few days' visit in the city
with the familykof John Iverson. She
fame here to sec a pair of nieces
which woro recently loft at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Iverson by the
well-known air ship distributor, Mr.
Wm. II. Pool, administrator of the
I John Gordon estate, arrived in the city
j ami was present in county court at the
I first hearing on claimo, which wcro all
examined and allowed Saturday. Mr.
! Pool is a member of the well known
firm of Pool and Colbert of Weoping
Water and was at one time Register of
Perry Gass is reported as being very
low at his home in this city. Mr. Gass
is well along in years and the past spell
of weather has had a bad effect on his
health. It i3 hoped that the genial old
gentleman will soon be able to get
around and visit his usual haunts in a
Matt Sulser of west of the city, was
in Saturday morning on business con
nected with his position as road over
seer. Matt is one of the best men the
district ever had to look after its road
work and his friends regret to learn he
has decided to throw up the job at the
end of the present term.
Frank Svoboda, who satisfactorily
filled the position as janitor of the
court house, and who has been very
low with tuberculosis at his home in
this city, is reported as having rested
somewhat easier for the past week.
This will be good news to the young
man's large circle of friends in this
city and vicinity.
! P. H. Field, the young man who so
'artistically displayed his musical ac
j complishments while here with the
, Quaker Medicine Co. some time ago,
left for Omaha Friday after a few days
visit with friends in Plattsmouth. Mr.
Field will join a summer theater com
pany which is being organised by Mr.
Fitzgerald, who wa3 also here with
Chas. 11. Jackson died at his home in
this city Saturday, June 10, 1909, and
his dvath was not unexpected though
he had been ill but a short time. Mr.
Jack -011 was born in Augusta, Ohio, Jar.
18, lKU.and was 78 years of age at his
death. He left Ohio in 1SC3 during the
Civil War and settled in Wisconsin
where he lived until 1878 when he moved
to western Kansas. He removed from
Kansas to Glcnwood, la., in 1S82 where
ho lived until two years ago when he
became a resident of Plattsmouth. He
was married at Augusta, Ohio, March
18, IS;')?, to Miss Matilda Criss who has
been his companion and adviser since
and survives him. Eight children were
bom to this union, all of whom are liv
ing but two, one dying at the age of
seven and the other while still a young
lady. The three boys and girls living
are as follows, J. L. Jackson of Hor
niek, la., V. L. Jackson of Des Moines
la., E. 0. Jackson of Plattsmouth,
Mrs. Mary Vaile of Wisconsin, Mrp.
Harriet Doak of Glenwood, la., und
Mrs. Katie Barnes of this city. Three
brothers, one sister, 13 grand children,
' and one great-grandchild also survive
him. He became a member of the
Christian church at Glenwood, Iyva
when a young man and has lived a
consistent christian life since covering
n period of over .r0 years.
The funeral services were held at
the late home of the deceased this
morning and the remains were taken
to Glenwood, la., for interrment. The
services were conducted by Rev. A. A.
Randall of the M. E. church, assistid
by a quartet consisting of Mrs. C. S.
Johnson, Miss Lucile Randall, George
Farley and E. II. Wescott. "Nearer
My God to Thee," "Come Ye Disconso
late" and "Rock of Ages," all favor
ite hymns of the deceased, were sweet
ly rendered by the singers. The pall
bearers were John Fight, Bennet
Chriswelsser, August Bach, John Ren
ncr, Charles Herger and James Sage,
all old friends and neighbors of the
t At Glenwood the burial services
were conducted by the Christian minis
ter of the church of which the de
ceased was a member.
Mr. Jackson was well and favorably
known in this city and Glenwood, and
had many staunch friends who will join
the News-Herald in extending sym
pathy to the bereaved relatives.
j Plattsmouth People Should learn
i to Detect tie Approach of
1 Kidney Disease.
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
j so unmistakable that they leave no
; ground for doubt. Sick kidneys cx
! crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
j full of sediment, irregular of passage
j or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aches constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and the vic
tim is often weighed down by a feeling
ofl anguor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of dropsy
Bright's Disease, or diabetes. Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough
to begin treating the kidneys at or.ee.
Delay often proves fatal.
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