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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1906)
n Kru1ity' I'nliy.
M. Myers nf Avoca vrtciiu-
transacting business at the
Miss Amelia Slohlman, (f near
Louisville, was here yesterday to con
sult lr. Livingston. She has been ail
ing (or sometime.
M. ('. Letter of Elmwood was In town
today on business.
K. Palmer of Louisville was trans
acting business at the county seat to
day. Mrs George and Mrs Glen Khodcn
were passengers on the early train for
Omaha to spend the day.
II. C. Long and James K. llatchelt
i.r Murriiv were umomr the business
visitors at the county seat today.
A marriage license was Issued last
nit-M t T. Arthur Wiles aire and
Miss I'.ernlce Goodaleage '.'I, both resl
dents of Weeping Water.
George Edson of WellhiK'ton, Colo.,
came In yesterday, and from here
went to Murray. Mr. Edson Is an
undo of John McNurlln, with whom
he visited during the, (lay.
Miss Cora Helen Rakcr.post mistress
at Gretna, Neb., who has been attend
Ing the convention at Omaha, came In
for a few days visit with her sister,
Mrs. W. U. llosencrans and family.
Carl T. Seely who lias been visiting
his daught er, Mrs. W. K. Wells, for a
few days left this afternoon for
Columbus and Madison, Neb., where
ho will greet old time frlendsand visit
relatives for a week or so before
returning to Ms home In Missoula,
A transcript In the case of school
district No. X! of Cass county vs. Geo
Woods, administrator of the estate of
Simon Mot., deceased, was tiled In the
district clerk's olllce today. This suit
was brought by the administrator to
recover a license fee paid by Mel., who
died shortly al'ler paying for same.
Jim iUllyof Paclllo Junction mean
ilered oer this direction yesterday
and proceeded to accumulate a good
sized J;ur. When he Dually came out
of It he found himself quietly resting
behind the bars, lie was arraigned
before Police Judge Archer, who as
sessed him a tine of and costs. This
hccluvrfully remitted and started on
his way home.
('Mm Monday' tnlly.
L. P. Sw itor, county commissioner,
came hi from Weeping Water last
County Commissioner K. F. Mar
shall came In from Weeping Water
County Assessor J. M. Teegarden,
wife and daughter, came In from
Weeping Water this morning.
W. Iavldson,Brcal estate man from
Greeley, Colo., and Thomas Kcchn of
Plattcvlllc, Colo., arc In the city.
John Tains departed Saturday to
lireda, Neb., for an eight days' visit
with his sister, Mrs. Henry Karstens.
C A. Rawls, Lawyer. Pro
bate and general practice. Of
fice of Caunty Attorney.
An Injunction suit entitled Fred
Gordcr & Son vs. Merman Pankonln
has lieen tiled with the dist rict clerk
Robertson. Tho plaint HTs seek to
restrain the defendant from prosecu
ting an action of forcible entry and
detainer of lots 202, 203, 2!CI and L".i4 'of
Louisville, which action was tiled by
the defendant, against the plaintiffs
several weeks ago.
Ernest PllclTcr departed this morn
ing morning over the early Missouri
Pacltlc passcnyer to his home In Ocl
win, la. Washington PtletTer and son,
Robert, who have also been enjoying a
visit with their cousins, the Gcrlngs,
accompanied him as far as Omaha,
from which place they will go to Cedar
Rapids, la., and visit until Septem
ber, at which time they will return to
l-'rnm SuUiriluy's Onlly.
1). .1. Pitman of Murray, was In the
V. U. Guthman returned this morn
ing from a short visit at Munlock.
Jos. Tlglie of Wabash was transact
ing business at Plattsmotith today.
W. A. Khodcn of Klmwood was a
business visitor at the county seat to
day. J. II. Vallery. one of the big stock
men of Cass county was here on busi
Clias Manners and family departed
for Carroll, Neb., this morning, where
they will attend a family reunion.
P.llly Gillespie, the Mynard grain
buyer, was a Plattsmoulh visitor to
day. Ills Plattsmotith friends arc al
ways happy to meet him.
A marriage license was Issued today
to the follow ing parties: William 11.
Rhoden, age 2:t, of Klmwood, and Miss
Bessie C. Clevenger, age of Alvo,
both of this county.
Will Puis, the mayor of Maple
Grove, and Philip lllld, his private
secretary, were In the city today.
Someone says they are talking of hav
ing a st reet fair In that city.
Herman Bestor, the great weather
prognosticator of Cass county, was In
the city today and says we will have
rain before tomorrow night. Our old
friend hits It nine times out of ten.
Mrs. Ed. Stamra of Havclock Is here
to spend Sunday with her mother,
Mrs. Christina Relnhackle, and fam
ily. Mrs. Stamm has two sons em-
cloved In the Burllnwton shops at
Mrs. K. J. Kthcrftlge, of Greenwood,
who has been enjoying a visit w ith her
sister, Mrs. S. E. McElwaln, departed
this morning for Pleasant ville, Iowa,
where she will visit with relatives.
Miss Ruth Johnson accompanied her
for a short visit also.
Misses Evalyn Cone, Edith Moon,
Mae Cameron, Palsy Fowler and
Gracyc Wilson came In from Ashland
this morning and Joined the number
of teachers taking the examination for
life certificates. In all there are
about thirty-four taking these exam
Chas. Phllpot and son, Will, of near
Nohawka, were In the city today on
business, and while here the latter
found time to call upon the Journal,
renew for same and spend a few
minutes In a social way. Mr. Phllpot
Is one of the hustling young farmers
of Cass county, and says they have
been favored with several smail rains
In the rast few weeks.
From Twwliiy'H Dully
"Gut Hell," the favorite cigar )
W. H. Seybcrt, of Cullom, was visit
ing in Plattsinoutli today.
George P. Mattlson, of South Bend,
was a Plattsinoutli visitor today.
Attorney Indies Pcrhler was here
from Klmwood today, and sported a
new straw tint.
John Albert, one of the prosperous
farmers trom near Cedar Creek, was In
the city today.
Win. Barclay and wife returned from
Cedar Creek tills morning where they
visited over Sunday.
Our German friend, Peter Spader,
dropped hi today and renewed his
faith In the Journal another year.
D.O. DWYER, Attorney-at-Law
Offce in building east of court
house, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
Mrs. L. W. Barker, of Lincoln, came
In this msrnlng for a short visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Peter
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long and little
son, of near South Bend, came down
today to attend the funeral of his uncle,
F. A. Neuman and John Campbell
and their families, of South Bend,
were here today to attend the funeral
services of C. E. Strelght.
Adam II lid and family returned to
their home near Mynard tills morning
after a few days visit with Michael
lllld and family In this city.
Georgcand WillSporer.of Valpariso,
Neb., who have been visiting Cass
county friends and relatives for the
past six weeks departed this afternoon
for their home.
F. A. Neuman, who came down
from South Bend to attend the funeral
of Clarence Strelght, gave the Journal
a call, and at the same time renewed
Chris. Miller, formerly of Murray.
but now with the Waterloo Creamery
Company of Omaha, was In the city
today on business and gave the Journal
a call. He had the Journal ordered to
his address In the metropolis.
From WwliH'sdiiy'i dully.
Miss Lucille Stonerode went to
Omaha this afternoon for a visit with
Mrs. Jacob Wolf and son arrived
this morning from Omaha for a visit
Mrs. Nancy Uhoden came in from
Tabor, la , this afternoon for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Lloyd
R. W. White, local manager for th
Nebraska lelephonc company, went
to I'nlon this morning In the Interest
of that company.
Mrs. W. S. West, who has been en
joying a visit with her daughter, Mrs,
Will Gingery, and family, returned to
her home at Glenwood today.
"Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for
years. No appetite and what 1 did eat
distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood
Hitters cured me."-J. II Walker,
If you want a real estate loan at
reasonable rates; or a reliable abstract
of title, Insurance policy, security
bond of and kind, or a contract, deed
or mortgage drawn, see John M. Leyda
Gund building. Work promptly and
neatly done and charges reasonable.
Ml-st'ora Baker who has been en- -Joying
a visit with lior sister, Mis. W. OC3C
E. Rnsencrans and family departed ill
this morning for her home at Gretna, J
T. J. Rhodeti and sou, Gile, took the !
morning Burlington train for Council
Bluffs on a business trip. While here
Mr. Rhoden renewed for the Journal
George Kennedy, the electrician for
the Independent telephone company,
departed for South Omaha this morn
ing, where he Is engaged In placing
the wires underground.
A number of farmers were In the
city yesterday, and all with the excep
tion of one was of the opinion that the
recent rain was "the making" of the
small grain crop in Cass county.
Ami Todd arrived In the city last
evening for a brief visit . with old
friends. The Journal is pleased to see
Mr. Todd looking much better than at
any time in the past year, and he says
ho Is feeling that way.
Pick A. Fulton, the advance man of
the Parker Amnsement Company,
started out this morning with Doc
Young, the city bill poster, to bill all
the tow ns In the county for the Eagles'
Carnival July !i to I I, Inclusive.
Charles Hathaway from near i'nlon,
against whom a complaint of wife beat
ing has been tiled, appeared before the
county judge, and give ."x) bonds for
keeping the peace and for his appear
ance on the tirst day of district court
The sheriff Is In receipt of a card
from the sheriff of Campbell county,
South Dakota, notifying him that the
court house at Mouna (Jity was
burglarized on the night of June 13th,
and that a reward of 1"0 Is offered for
the capture and conviction of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. walker were up
from Murray this morning, and while
here our old friend called for a few
moments. He remarked to us that
Mrs. Walker was with him, and on
this account he could not tarry as he
would like too. We don't know hut
what it Is a good scheme for Mrs. W.
to come with him every time. It will
have a tendency to keep him out of
trouble; but there Is no danger now-
Kace Hovev Is cone and Kelley l tx
can't rake up a good partner.
Summer Goods at Bargain
Corsets, Hosiery, Laces, Toweling, Etc.
G. I). Corsets, stylo 131, tape girdle
with garters attached in white Cflp
only, at 3Ub
No. 546, same, only in Batiste.
G. D. style 178, easy and comfortable
low bust, girdle top, long hip, side
and front garters fine tial- Pj nn
ity white Batiste OliUU
G. U. style 452; long hip, deep front,
medium bust; good quality P flfl
Batiste, lace trimmed OliUU
See our II.&W. silk ribbon girdles,
comes in white only, sizes 19 01 Ofl
to 23, at OliUU
See our Huck Towels, 17x35 in. at 10c
We are showing a beautiful line of la
dies' white and black lace hose in
ankle and full lace lengths, at
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c and 75c
Ladies' sheer white waists, tucked and
pleated, trimmed with embroidery
and lace insertion. All this Q I 00
season's at favorite styleswlf 00
A fine line of wash torchon laces with
insertion to match. All widths Cp
per yard at wu
Embroideries, all widths, at 5c, 7c, 10c
Odds and ends in lace curtains at a
A Lot of Odds and Ends In Ladles9 Oxfords at Interesting Prices if wecan FitYou
Leather prices advancing, many shoe manufacturers are putting shoddy into
their shoes. They look the same to the eye but the test of wear reveals the
fraud. But every woman has one safe guard against this deception the
"Queen Quality" is the safety sign the emblem of real quality of material
and workmanship. We control "Queen Quality" sales in this community,
and our stock includes many new styles that you ought to see to appreciate.
Other excellent lines of shoes, good values full line sizes at from Si. 75 to $2.50
piQAQni Q A beautiful line of ladies' parasols and umbrellas. QCpfn CI flfl
rAlMOULO Children' parasols light and dark colors, at from ZuU 1U OliUU
The best assortment of these goods fof the little folks we have ever had.
J. C. Smith of Murray was a visitor
at riattsnioiilh today.
. G. Campbell of Eagle was regis
tered at the 1'erkins hotel today.
Henry Guthman and Carl Humph
rey drove out to Louisville on business
C. K. TelTt of Weeplnn Water, was
looking after some legal business in
district court today.
George W. Shrader, from Mt. Pleas
at precinct was a business visitor at
the county seat today.
Attorney T. II. Wilson of Ashland
was looking after some legal business
at l'lattsmouth todav.
How are your Kidneys? It isdan-
gerous to delay when the Kidneys are
Ick. One box of Kldney-Ettes will
recommend the next. Gering & Co.
Miss Helen Clark returned last even
ing from a few days visit with her
aunt, Miss George Chatburn, In Lin
Leon J. 1'epperberg came in from
Lincoln last evening fur a visit with
his parents and his l'lattsmouth
Mrs. C. R. TriMiholni of Klmwood is
visiting In the city this week, the
guest of County Superintendent and
Mrs. J. W. Gamble.
1 on't let the baby suiter from eczema
sores or any itching of the skin. 1 loan's
Ointment Rives instant relief cures
quickly, l'erfectly safe for children.
Ml druggists sell It.
evercan tell when you u mash a
tlngcr or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or
scald, lie prepared. Pr. Tnomas'
Eclectrlc Oil Instantly relieves the
pala quickly cures the wound.
Mrs. J. Cox and daughter Miss
Helen, who have been spending the
winter In Lincoln, In order that Miss
Helen could attend the art institute
of tho university returned home last
evening to resume their residence In
Constipation causes headache
nausea, dizziness, languor, heart palpi
tation. Prastlc physics gripe, sk'ken,
weaken the bowels and don't cure.
Poan's Kegulets act gently and cure
constipation. 2"e. Ask your druggist.
A. L. MePonald.the mayor of Eagle,
and prominent businessman of that
village was a business visitor to the
county seat today, and In company
with Hon. William Pelles Pernler of
Elmwood gave the Journal a brief
visit. Mac Is one of the best fellows
In tho world, notwithstanding his In
clination toward republicanism.
Why suffer with your kidneys?
Tho Treats on "Rosy."
When Miss Cora Raker, who has
been visiting at tlie home of County
Clerk llosencrans for the past week,
started to the H. & M. depot Wednes
day to take the train for her home
In Gretna, "Rosey" concluded to ac
company her to see that she got aboard
of the right train. The train from the
east, (and the very one she should
have taken) was on the side track
awaiting for the one from Omaha. As
the latter train pulled up to the depot
"Uosey" grabbed Miss Raker's valise
and put her aboard the "wrong train,"
and she was taken across the river to
Pacific Junction. There she was com
pelled to remain until the 1:10 train
this afternoon, when she passed
through the city on her way to Oma
ha, where she expected to spend the
time that she spent In Paeitic Junc
tion, and get home on the same train.
Miss Raker is a sister of Mrs. llosen
crans and postmlsstress at Gretna, and
the Journal Is willing to wager most
any old thing that she will not trust
to "Uoscy's" showing her the right
train the next time she conies to
Plattsmouth. The treats are on
"Uosey" good and plenty.
P. S. .Since the above was put in
type the Journal has received a note
from Miss Raker, In which she says
she hopes the other guests who arc at
the home of Mr. Kosencrans will get
someone else to accompany them to
the train when they leave for their
Wadding Near Elmwood.
Miss Cora M. Fentlman and Mr.
Leonard G. Nash, of near Palmyra,
were united In marriage at noon Wed
nesday, June 20, l'HHl, at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Pentlman, five miles south of Elm
wood. The ceremony was witnessed
by about one hundred and tifty rela
tives and friends, and was performed
by Rev. Mr. Hamilton, of Cnadllla.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash will Immediately
go to housekeeping near Palmyra,
where the groom owns a line farm.
The paper for busy people.
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Eastman Catalogues for 1906
and would deem it a favor if you will ask
them and inspect our stock.
Gering . Co.
Sole Agents for Eastman's Photographic Goods.
tbt local morehantt.
for salt by
. Court Reporter John S. Taggart
went to Omaha on the fast mall.
The discovery of the Kldney-Etts w
proved a blessing to thousands of kid
ney sufferers who have been restored
to perfect health. These Tabletvdrlve
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