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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1904)
"Out Hell." t tie favorite ctar
Mauy Jk Murphv, t oolsandstaM"ii-'
Muuy M in ity. Hue chlnaund cut
Ir. Marshall, Pciitlst, guaranteed
(trow I V ford was over from Kim-,
The best soda water hi the world at
Gerlng t Co.'.
Mis V. W. LehnhorT visited In Lin
coln this week.
A. L. Tidd was in l.lneohi yesterday
011 lenal business.
Smoke the W in I Urns.' celebrated
"i. ut lleil" clgiiis.
C. 1. l'.adsand family spent Sunday 1
in 1 1 1 1 1 1 n k t i ) , lnn.
Seolt Hare of Miiidock was a ci'iinty
svat lsitor Tuesday.
K. A. Wurl returned from the fair
at St. Louis Sunday.
Miss Julia Herman Is visiting tela-j
tlves In Watertown, Wis.
.Indue Sullivan went to Llneoln
Tuesday on legal hiisiness.
LieAriiett.ortheenpltal city, ;s
here on business yesterday.
Asa Colcinrn, of Nehawka, was a
county seat visitor Monday.
Miss Lulu Leek of Murray was a
county seat visitor Tuesday.
(.'has. Noyes, of Louisville, was a
county seat visitor yesterday.
I . Metgerof Louisville spent Sun
day with Pluttsinotitli friends.
IJobert Sherwood left Monday for a
business t rip to South Pakota.
Ir. Frank L. Cummins, dentist,
Oftlce with Ir. K. I. Cumnilns.
Engineer Kd. .lohiison of Lincoln
visited his parents here tills week.
MissKlla Anderson returned Mon
day from a visit to IVnuison, Iowa.
That real, smooth, tasteful Icecream
soda costs only "ic, at tiering - t'o.'s.
Crushed fruit of all kinds with lee
cream soda, only .V at tiering Co.'s.
Charley Cunningham, the Nehawka
livervman, was here on business Mon
Miss Helen Travis returned Sunday
from St. Louis, where she visited the
Mauy Murphy are agents for
Spauldlng's athletic goods, the best on
After a brief visit In this city Ceo.
Hawkins returned to llavelock Sat
urday. John (Jroiip and l'eterStander, were
down from Louisville on business yes
terday. When we go three days without a
rain, it seems as tho' we are having a
John Kudy and family of Nebraska
City, are visiting Wcs Grassman and
Frank Slater and Ed Fityerald at
tended a bik' horse sale In South 'ma
Tuesday. Seven children were baptised In the
river near Swallow Hill, Monday, by
Not bow cheap but how good, l'at
toon's Sun l'roof l'alnt. Sold only by
Gerlng & Co.
George W. Trent Icp and family of
llavelock spent Sunday with friends
In this city.
The name that means quality is Tat
ton's Sun Proof Taint. Sold only by
Gering & Co.
C.L, Berber of Kim wood and J. A
Hauer of Wakish were here on busl
Pr. and Mrs. Thomas of Weeping
Water visited with l'rof. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCarthy are t lie
proud possessors of a new daughter,
born last week.
Miss Lucy Arnold went to Lincoln
Tuesday to attend the Kpworth
lfcaul T. Seely came dow n from South
Omaha Saturday to visit his sister,
Mrs. W. E. Wells.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Shultz went
to Missouri Valley, Iowa, Saturday, to
visit relatives a few days.
It costs a little more but Is hv far
the best, Fatton's Sun Proof paint
Gerlng & Co., sole agents.
lion. Frank E. White was down from
Omaha yesterday to attend the fuuer
&1 f William Wetenkamp.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wldeman are re
Jolclng over the advent of a new baby
at their home, horn Tuesday.
Leroy Safia returned to Kansas
City Monday after a week's pleasant
visit with his parents in this city.
Commissioner Hanning returned to
his home In Union Tuesday, called on
account of Important business matters.
Fred Egenbcrger and William Ho!
Bchuli started fur Southeast Missouri
Tuesday night to Uv k at the country.
Iir. Marshall, I (enlist, Owls' Itlock.
Miss Kmnia Falter has U'en iiilte
III, threatened wltn npp-t.dlclt s.
II C. McMacke ha. t een numbered
with the sick several days the past
Mauy Si Murphy f r irrapb a plumes
and siiiplies. Largest line of records
In the county.
Goes furt her, looks bet tt r and lasts
longer, l'atton's Sun Proof l'alnt.
Gerlng .1; Co. agi lit s
Mis. W. K. Thompson who has been
visiting her parents In this city, re
tunu'd to her lioiiie in (u;aha Toes
lay. .lames Mauy has accepted a position
as clerk In a diun stoic at Sedalia,
Mo., and di parted l"r that place Mon
day. Mis. Joseph Cook of Munay visited
several days I he p,i-.t week Willi her
uncle ami aunt , M r and Mis Henry
Tom Whalen departed Tuesday lor
Moline, III., W illi I he Intent lm ol ' en
tering t he employ of the loick l.h.nd
Mrs. Mary liude, who has been vis
iting with the family of W. L. Street,
left for her home In Mendota, 111.,
Mrs. George Giadovillc went to Ak
ron, Colo., Satuidav, where she will
visit her sister, Mrs. Josephine Combs,
for a few weeks.
J. C. Jackson, the popular livery
men and real est ale man, of Silver
City, Iowa, was a Piattsmouth visitor
Tuesday of this week.
IJobert Troop departed for Pone
steel, S. I , Tuesilay afternoon to look
after his possessions recently acquired
through Ciicle Sam's drawing.
The local order of Masons attended
the funeral of William Wetenkamp
yesterday in a body. I!ev. Ayers.
of Union preached the funeral.
John Hall has sold his hardware
stock to Andy Kroehler, and contem
plates putting in a stock of dry goods
In connection with hisgrocerlcs.
Thorn. Walling and Jerry McIIuudi,
of South Ilend, departed Tuesday for
Clianute, Kansas, for a ten days trip,
nmhlning business with pleasure.
Miss Pearl Supp has returned to her
home In Lincoln, after a pleasant vis-
!... I t .
ii oi i wo weens in me city, sue was
iccoinpanied by Miss Ida Pcarlman.
Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Nejedly's infant
child died Monday night of what the
attending physician pronoutuvd brain
fever. The funeral occurred yester
A. J. Jackson went to Omaha yes
terday to engage in the undertaking
business. We understand bis family
will remain In Piattsmouth for the
Mrs. I. Pcarlman, who went to St
joscpn io see ner mother, who was
i t. . . . .
dangerously 111, returned home Friday
night. Her mother died on Sunday,
When you want a physic that Is mi Id
and gentle, easy to take and certain to
act, al w ays use Chamlierlaln's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. For sale bv all
ndrew Pittman and Wm. Carroll
two old residents of Nehawka, and
readers of the Journal, were in the
city Monday and gave the Journal
Mr. and Mrs. John Fight departed
Tuesday for Akron, Col., to visit their
son, Will, who resides near that place
I hey were accompanied by their
daughter, Miss llattle.
John Thompson, John Wooster and
Frank Svoboda left yesterday for
Cheyenne, Wyoming, where they hope
to secure employment in the Union
Pacific shops at that place.
Miss Blanche Sawyer of South Bend
spent a few day this week with Miss
Margaret Wells. Miss Sawyer has
been attending summer school at Wes-
leyan University, Lincoln.
The Journal failed to mention last
wek the arrival of Miss Ella Merger
of Milwaukee, Wis , who Is here vis-
it log her father. C. L. Merger. She
arrived Monday, July iUh.
Ihe Infant child of Mr. and Mrs,
John Kraeger, residing near this city
died Thursday night, July -Jfi, lwl, af
ter a very brief Illness. Interment
was made In the Eikenbary ccme
The examinations for teachers were
quite numerous at Weeping Water
and Greenwood last week. At the for
mer place thirty-seven applicants
were examined and at the latter twen
The three-year-old daughter
Charles Truman died Tuesday night
after a brief Illness. The funeral oc
curred yesterday afternoon from the
family residence in the west rart
Dr. Ehter, Dentist,
M. Fanger and fitnily of thin elty
and Fred Soiling and family were
royally entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Martlu Slrppet, three and
oiK-half miles wrst of this city last
Ex-Mayor Frank J. Mo'gan returned
from Omaha Saturday, where be re
cently went through an operation tor
appendicitis. Frank is able to ride of
evenings, and feels thai lie is gradually
Mis Katie Shields, the handsome
little saleslady at Charley Merger's ba
kery, spent yesterday with her mother,
Mrs. Matt Spader, west of town. Miss
Merger, of Milwaukee, Wis., accom
Mrs. Andrew Fudge, of Covington,
Va., arrived in the city a few days ago
for an exteit led visit with relatives
ami friends in Cass county Mrs.
Fudge is a daughter of Geo. E. Sayles
of Cedar Creek.
Aaron Anderson departed yesterday
f'r Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he ex
pects to enter the employ of the Union
Pacific railroad. Mr. Anderson was
formerly an employe In the 1!. M,
planing mill here.
A few days ago it was reported that
the state board of equalization was
about to lower t he assessment on Cass
county real estate live per cent.., but
il turns out, they didn't. It remains
e same as returned.
Mrs, C. II. Jennings, Post on -"Our
habies (twins) were sickly. Had sev-
al doctors, hut no results. Ilollister's
tocky Mountain Tea made them
strong and robust." X cents. Tea
tablets. Gering .V Co.
W. II. Puis of Maple (irove was in
the city Saturday, Will is running a
threshing (uitlit and says some of the
icat Is hardly worth the time it
takes to thresh it some turning out
as low as four hushels to the acre.
.1. K. Keithley lias leased the Weep
ing Water Kepuhlican to Fred K.
Piicka, aid will now lend his energies
in hehalf of the Syracuse Journal,
which paper he recently purchased. It
Ishinted that he will remove to Syra
A, E. Nellson of Piattsmouth. and
Miss Jennie Carlson were united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
parents, in Icnisnn, Iowa, on Satur
day, July M, lM. The newly wedded
couple w ill make their home in this
I. W. Ingwerson, of near Nehawka,
was in the city Saturday and gave the
Journal a pleasant call. He reports
the harvest about over in his neighbor
hood, threshing of wheat and oats very
light, and some fall plowing being
J. G. Meislnger, one of our prompt
paying Cedar Creek patrons was in
Tuesday and renewed for another
year, there are none in that family
that ever do get behind on the Jour
nals subscription book they are gen
erally 'w ay ahead.
Henry, the seventeen-year-old son of
ieorge Lutz, of Louisville, died at
that place Monday night, of heart
failure, after an illness of several
months. The remains were brought
here yesterday and Interment made in
Oak Hill cemetery.
Hilly Ctillespie of Mynard wasacounty
seat visitor Saturday. He Is pleased
with the return of U.F.I.No.3,to My
nard. The change back and forth has
been a source of annoyance to the city
papers, and we trust it will now re
main permanently at Mynard.
Philip M. Meislnger was down from
Cedar Creek yesterday. Mr. Meislnger
Is now clerking for Henry Haker at
that place, and says while the farmers
feel pretty well over the corn pros'
poets, they feel pretty sore over the
way small grain is turning out.
Hear in mind that the commercial
club meets tomorrow (Friday) night.
Let every member be present as im
porta nt business will come up to be
disposed of. If you not a mem
ber, and you are Interested in Piatts
mouth. become a member at once.
v. is. lioueris oi Mmm lienn was
here on business Tuesday. Mr. Rob
erts Is a brother of J. M. Roberts,
cashier of the Piattsmouth State
bank, and Is a must excellent gentle
man. While in the city he called and
renewed for the Journal another year,
Last Sunday Wes Orassman met
with quite a painful accident. While
on the way to the cow pasture he
slipped so as to fall, and in falling his
wrist came, in contact with a piece of
glass. A deep cut was the result,
which required me attention or a
doctor, who took a number of stitches,
A. K. Kroehler has purchased the
hardware stock of John Hall and has
removed the same to Hall's old stand
on the corner of Sixth and Pearl
streets. Andy Is one of the best tlnj'.
tiers In the land, a hard worker, and
deserves success. With the addition of
a stock of hardware he Is bound to
Adam Kngelkemeler,wlfoand daugh
ter, of near Nehawka were county
seat visitors Saturday. Mr. Engelke
motor is one of Cass county's wealthy
German farmers, and he has amassed
his wealth by hard work since his ad
vent In Cass county. Not many farm
ers in this county are better fixed than
E. G. DOVEY fr'SON
SPECIAL OFFERING IN
Bed Spreads (81 Towels
We have it ade a very special purchase in these
lines ami tiller them at the following low prices.
In view of the fact that linens and cottons have
advanced, these prices are unusually attractive:
Bed Sprcads-69c, 99c, $1.18, $1.29, $1.39, $1.59, $1.78 and $1.89
Towels lie, 15c, 18c, 19c and 20c
Defender Muslin Underwear
A mistake as. to date occurred in the j
congressional call in the last two is-
sues of the Journal. Wednesday, Au-'
gust 10, is the date for tlic convention '
at Lincoln, instead f the ltii, as we ;
h id it. The same date as the demo
cratic state convention.
The marriage of Miss Olga Anton
ette Hajeck to Frank H Lotshaw is
announced to take place in this city
on Wednesday evening. August IT. at
the home or the bride's parents Lot
shaw formerly taught in the Piatts
mouth Hiisiness College.
The county commissioners, after
hearing the evidence pro and con
on I he application of Clay Conner for
a license to sell liquors at Murdock,
granted the permit. However, the
remonstrators have appealed fie mat
ter to the district, court, and Clay will
have to await the action of Judge Jes
scn before he can open up.
Mrs. Mollie Allen, of South Fork,
Ky.. says she has prevented attacks of
cholera morbus by taking uianner-
Iain's Stomach and LIverTablets when
she felt an jttack coming on. Mien
attacks are usually caused by indiges
tion and these tablets and .iust what is
needed to cleanse the stomach and
ward off the approaching attack. At
tacks of bilious colic may be prevented
in the same way. For sale by all drug
gists. In his write-up of the stealing of
F. E. Marshall's horses tbe editor oi
the Weeping Water Heraldsays: "The
sheritr, had he come here, could nave
picked his men and conducted a thor-
tiiirh search." Now the fact of tne
matter is, that as soon as lie was noti
tied of the theft, Slier ill McNride tele
phoned to Mr. Marshall, asking him if
he should come to Weeping Water,
and that gentleman answered that
t here was no use of his coming. That's
the way that matter stands.
In the matter of the Evangelical
Lutheran Synod of St. Louis, Mo., vs,
C. S. Polk and tbe Kupke heirs, of
Kentucky, which occupied Friday and
Saturday in Judge Travis' court, an
extended account of which appears on
the first page of the Journal, Hon.
William Deles lernier, of ttlmwood,
and Judge A. N. Sullivan of this city
appeared for the Synod. Hymn Clark
and County Attorney Hoot for Polk,
and Matthew Oering and W. L.
Hrown represented the Kupke heirs.
Don't try cheap couch medi
cines. Get the best, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, what a
record it has, sixty years of
cures! Ask your doctor if
he doesn't use it for coughs,
colds, bronchitis, and all
throat and lung troubles.
" ! hr found ttiat Ayr't Cherry Ptnrl
It tli IhI meillclne I ran pretense for bruo
chlUI, luduentt. emit ht. tnii lurd enltlt.
M. Loukkak, M O., Itliact. N. T.
Correct any tendency to conttipa
tlon with (mall dotes of Ayer't Pills
A NEW LINE
We have the extra
sizes in these garments
which are usually so
hard to obtain.
E. G. DOVEY , SON
QOSITION for middle aged lady
in this County to act as our
representative. One with some
knowledge of medicine preferred,
Apply with references to the Ated-
Ical Research Co.,
Another Pioneer Gone.
Mrs. John Erhart died of heart fail
ure at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Albee, in Lincoln, on Saturday, July
:;o, l'.io4. at the advanced age of " years.
Remains were taken to the home of U.
Mockenhaupt, (a son by former hus
band) near Mauley, and from there
conveyed to St. Patrick's church in
Manley. Here appropiate services
were conducted by Rev. Father Hen
nessey, after which Interment was
made in the College Hill cemetery be
side those of her husband who preceded
her to the (ireatReyond. A large con
course of relatives and sympathetic
friends attended the last sad rites.
The deceased was an estimable lady,
and was among the earliest settlers of
Cass county. The Journal is promised
ii more extended notice for next issue.
Paint Bargains Special.
Linseed oil, raw, 4"c per gallon.
Linseed oil, boiled, 4."c per gallon.
Carter's white lead, (!.!), per 100 lbs.
Southern white lead, $(t.(.ir per 100 lbs.
l'atton's Sun Proof paint. 1."5 per
gallon; 5 gallons or more, ll.tiO per gal.
Turpentine, "oc per gallon.
Gekino Si Co., Druggists.
Note Henry Donat's advertisement
in this issue of the Journal. If you
want to get a good home in Oregon go
and see him. And if you want to take
a trip to combine business and pleas
ure, go with him to the great Wil
liamette Valley of Oregon and see the
country. Kcmeraber, he will leave
Tlattsmouth on Tuesday, August 16th
with a party of homeseekers. Why
not get ready and go with them?
Secretary of .state Marsh has com
pleted his contracts with one paper In
each county for the publication of the
notice of the call for a constitutional j
convention to be voted on at the fall
election. For Cass county the Elm-
wood Leader-Echo will rake in the
coin for this "hand-out" for political
Our old friend 1). W. Foster and
daughter, Mrs. Turner, of Union, are
In the city to-day. While here Mr.
Foster called and renewed his faith in
the Journal another year. II says
the corn does not look so well up this
way as it does down about Union.
Our old democratic friend, J. A.
Walker, of Murray, accompanied by
his son-in-law, Ir. Ciihnore, were
county seat visitors Saturday, and
while here made the Journal a social
visit. They are both ready to whoop
'er up for Tarner and liavis.
You need clean healthy bowels just
as much as pure, wliolesom? food;
without either, you cannot keep well.
Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea elim
inates all Impurities. Tea or tablets.
Oaring & Co.
Councilman Tlppens, Harry Ilar
thold, A. J. Hurler, Walter (iache
naur, George Anderson and August
Hach, Jr., went to Lyman county. S.
P., Monday nlht with a view of
Now Is the time to make ymir ar
rangements for a furnace, lleineinber
that John Hauer guarantees the old
reliable Twentieth Century Furnace
as the best.
Summer Dress Goods.
Our sale is still on. '
Entire Stock; of Wash fabrics.
From 5c to 19c.
Queen Quality Shoes
The best $3.00 shoe made.
See display in east window.
Special Prices This Month on Par-
asols and Umbrellas. A Special Re
duction on this Season's Shirt Waists.
Our lines are Complete In alt the De
partments. ma iuimLjaMi.w.mmrgsxrm&&.uuaaMt
We have moved our stock of
Books, Stationery, etc. to the
Leonard Building, formerly
occupied by Lehnhoff Bros.,
where we will be pleased to
serve you in the future.
Alauzy & Murphy
$2.25 and $2.50
If You Want Tans We Have
Them at $2.00 Up.
in smooth, fine Don
tfola, Military Heel,
Blucher Cut, a well
dresser's choice, for
SHEFjWOOD & SON
A. K. KROEHLER
Cor. Sixth and Pearl Sts.
Hall's Old Stand.
If you are going to build
give me a chance to furnish
your hardware. If you want
tin roofing or spouting come
and see me. Work promptly
done at reasonable prices.
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