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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
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I'rmi l'rlly' lul!y.
O V. .;iar, of South Bond, was a
business visitor in the county seat to
day. H. 15. Dannlhcr, from near Murray
was a business visitor In I'lattsmouth
Johnnie Wiles, who came down to
attend the family reunion yesterday,
returned to his home In Omaha this
MUs Helen Waugh, who has been
visiting among l'lattsinouth friends
for the past few days, departed for her
home In Lincoln this afternoon
Miss Amy Oliver, who has been vis
iting at tho home of Fred Ramge In
this city, went to Havelock this after
noon for a few days visit with Fred
Miss Irene Lcesley departed this
morning for Shelby, Ncb whore she
accepts a position In a millinery cs-
tablishment. Her mother accom
panied her as far as Omaha.
D.M.Jones Is preparing to enter
tain all who delight to play billiards or
pool or thoso who enjoy rolling a game
of tcn-plns. lie has also laid In a sup-
nlvnf tho finest clirars. He will have
everything In line order In a few days.
Chas. lleeson, who has been visiting
his mother, brothers and sisters In
I'lattsmouth for tho past two weeks,
departed this afternoon for his home
In Rock Island, 111. Mr. Beeson Is
employed In the general ofllces of the
M. W. A. In that city.
W. L. Baker, postal clerk on the
Ilurllngton, running from Burlington
to Omaha, was visiting I'lattsmouth
friends last evening. Mr. Baker lived
In I'lattsmouth years ago, but has
been In the service for the past twenty
years. Ho went to Council Bluffs this
morning to take his run east tonight
l'crry Lathrop, who Is now employed
as commercial traveler, and well
known to tho people of I'lattsmouth,
came In this afternoon on the fast
mall. Mr. Lathrop lived In 1'latts
mouth a few years ago, and perhaps
will bo better remembered as tho iioy
that carried the Omaha l'.cc, and later
engaged In a fruit, candy and station
cry store, lie still carries the same
Jovial smile and has the appearance of
prosperity In every particular.
I'roin Sutunliiy'H Dully.
'Out Hell," the favorite cigar,
Dr. Marshall, Dentist, Coats' ltlock
Andy Sclbert, of Cullom, was In the
Wade, l'orter from near Nehawka
was a I'lattsmouth visitor today.
George Trook made a business t rip
to his old home near Union today.
Postmaster Jenkins of Manley wasa
business visitor in I'lattsmouth today
The heirs In the Creamerestatc met
in county court today for final settle
Mrs. T. W. Vallery and sou-ln-law,
Wade l'orter, from near Murray, were
in I'lattsmouth today.
L. 15. Underwood, of Murray, passed
through r attsmouth yesterday en-
route home from Omaha.
S. V. Copenhavcr and w ife and .1.
H. Farrlsand wife from near Murray
were I'lattsmouth visitors today.
Mrs. II. D. Stanley and children
went to Havelock this morning, w here
they will visit with relatives a few
J. J. McNurlln and wife returned
home this morning from Cullom, Cedar
Creek and Louisville, where they have
b?en visiting a few days with relatives
Uncle Jacob Sclbert was In today,
and brought us one of the finest ap
ple we have sampled this season. It
fairly made a man's mouth water to
even look at It.
Mrs. Carrie Tighc came in from
Denver last evening for a few days'
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Conrad Schlater, and her husband,
Joe Tlghe, Is expected tonight.
George Shrader returned home this
morning from a combined busiucss
and pleasure trip In Oklahoma and
Texas. He visited with a numberof
did Cass county people, and returned
home feeling greatly benetlted from
lion. S. L. Thomas departed this
morning for Lincoln to establish his
headquarters on the state fair ground
with his Colorado exhibits. He had a
large cloth sign painted which bears
the inscription of the county of Wash-
ington, and his old friends from Cass
county are invited to can ana see mm.
Miss Trances Weldman, who has
been suffering with rcmlttant fever
for the past month, is slowly gaining
in health, although she Is still con-
fined to her bed. Miss Frances is
quite a favorite among tho young peo-
pie of I'lattsmouth, and all will be
pleased to learn that s'.ie is gaining,
although very slowly.
L. W. Patterson, wh'i has been vis
Hint; I 'ass county friends for the past
few days, departed this afternoon for
his homo In Narka, Kansas. Mr. Pat
terson Is one of the old settlers of Cass
county, where he has hosts of friends
who are always pleased to see him.
Ills son-in-law, Frank Moore and
brother, C. 11. Moore, came to l'latts
inouth with him, where he took the
In conversation with Fred Stadel
man In regard to little l'aul Plocdel,
his grandson, who Is In the Lincoln
llospla( ie tcS us that the boy writes
that he Is coming home some day, and
they need not meet him at the train,
for he will walk up home like a man.
Mr. Stadelman says the boy Is doing
tine, and that they have hopes of his
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carpenter, who
arrived In I'lattsmouth yesterday
evening on a short visit, departed this
afternoon for thler home in Kansas
City. Mrs. Carpenter Is a sister of
Mrs. W. S. Soper of this city, whom
they were visiting. Mr. Carpenter Is
a member of the Carpenter l'aper Co.
of Kansas City and Omaha.
I'rdin TiicMluy'K Dully
N. C. Todd and wife, from west of
town, are attending the state fair to
L. C. Copenhavcr, wife and (laugh
ter, spent Sunday with his brother
Cononcl Kd Stock, the staunch Falls
City democrat, was visiting friends in
this city Sunday evening.
Miss May Larson went to Union
Sunday morning to resume her duties
In the schools of that place.
Owen Layton and 11. II. Graham,
two former I'lattsmouth boys, now lo
cated at Lincoln, visited here Sunday.
Miss llannon, of Weeping Water,
was uaptl.eii into the Christian
church Sunday morning at the close
of the service.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Davis from near
Murray passed through 1'lattsmoutl
this morning enroute to Lincoln to at
tend tho State fair.
Among the State fair visitors from
Murray and vicinity this morning
Vance and Sam Pitman, A. L. liaker
and '.. W. Shradcr.
James Holmes, the Mynard mcr
chant, Luke Wiles and Geo. llerger
bought tickets at this station for the
state fair grounds today.
Our old friend, J. W. Pitman, cf
near Union, was a I'lattsmouth visitor
today, and while here gave the Jour
nal a pleasant call, and renewed for
F. Schlatcr and wife went to Lin
coln this morning. Mr. Schlater had
business In the capltol and will take
advantage of the opportunity to at
tend the State fair.
John McNurlln and W. H. Seybert
and wife were passengers for Lincoln
this morning to attend the State fair.
Mr. McNurlln will remain In Lincoln
for the arrival of the Bryan special
John Kracger, one of our prominent
farmers from down near Mynard, went
to Omaha this morning to consult Dr.
Gilford In regard to his eyes, which
have been troubling him a great deal
Ask any 'JAP'1 that you may see,
"Why the Cvar, with Rir behind,"
had to climb a tree.
The Yanks, God bless the Yanks, says
They gave us Rocky Mountain Tea.
Gerlng & Co., druggists
Wll Murray arrived here Friday
from Merino, Colo., and will remain
here until after his sister's wedding,
which takes place at Mynard, Thurs
day, September 6th. Miss Ifattle
Murray will marry Mr. William Tuel
son of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam llild returned
from their visit with relatives in and
near Peoria and Pekln, Illinois. They
have been gone a month and report a
most enjoyable trip. On their return
home they stopped a short time at
Ottumwa, Iowa, to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thclrolf re
turned Sunday from their western trip
They visited Colorado Springs, Cripple
Creek and various other points of in
terest, but spent more time In Denver
than elsewhere. We are glad to note
that Philip has been greatly benefited
by the trip.
Mrs. Rosa Hcnnlngs and daughter,
MIssTerace, returned from Oklahoma
Ului Indian Territory Monday evening,
where they have been visiting for
nearly a month among former Cass
county people. While there Mrs.
Hcnnlngs purchased a quarter-section
of land near Poc asset, Indian Tcrrl
tory, and probably will buy another In
the near future. Mrs. Hcnnlngs and
her daughter enjoyed their visit very
much and seem highly delighted with
J, ' J
John Lohnes and son, C. E., were
down from Louisville today, and while
here our old friend gave the Journal a
call and renewed his subscription to
the Old Reliable. Ed. was here on
still more Important business that of
securing a license to lead one of Cass
county's most estimable young ladles
to the hymcnlal altar, In the person of
Louise Burns, also of Louisville. The
wedding will occur Thursday after
noon at the German Lutheran church,
three miles southwest of Louisville.
Rev. Jnng otllclatlng.
From Wednesday's dully.
While attending the state fair, J. It.
Vallery will make a trip to his ranch
out near Valparaiso.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Dawson of Weep
ing Water were In the city today on
business In probate court.
J. D. McRride came In this after
noon from Wyoming, on a visit to his
family. He Is looking remarkably
"Hilly" Wheeler went to Lincoln
this afternoon to hob-nob with his
friends at the big "doln's" and take in
Mrs. Ed. Eldrege and daughter, who
reside near Alliance, came in last
evening and remained over night at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Schlater, returning this morning.
It arouses cnergy.dcvelops and stim
ulates nervous life, arouses the cour
age or youth, it makes you young
again. That's what Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea will do. X cents, Tea
or Tablets. Gerlng & Co., druggists.
Those interested in the selection of
delegates to the democratic float con
vention at Nebraska City next Mon
day, will please be present at the
county crnventlon at the council
chamber, Saturday at 2 o'clock p. m.
Ladies, read this catalogue of
charms, ltrlght eyes, glowing cheeks.
red llps,a smooth skin without a blem
ish, in short, perfect health. For sale
with every package of Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 3o cents. Ger
Ing & Co., druggists.
Willie Frledrlch, who was thrown
from a wagon loaded with wheat, and
had an arm fractured, was In the city
yesterday, accompanied by his father,
Hon. Martin L. Frledrlch, to have the
Injured member redressed. The young
man called at tho Journal office and
reports the Injury Improving nicely.
.. Waterman, wife and daughter, of
Crete, Neb., came In Saturday even
ing to spend Sunday with their
brother, John Waterman and family
In this city, returning home Monday
morning. Mr. Waterman Is In the
lumber business in Crete, where he
has lived for the past thirty years.
Dr. Schlldknecht returned this
morning from llurllngton Junction,
Mo., where he has been to test the
medicinal properties of their renowned
mineral springs water by a personal
trial. The doctor says the springs are
all they are reputed to be and that the
watercontalns marvelous curative pro
perties. He feels much better Just for
his few days there. He It now at home
again and ready to take up his prac
tlve, being found is usual, at his office
or residence on Seventh and Main
We want every one who drinks bottled beer to give "Lusus" one trial that is all we ask one trial
then we are willing to take our chances on their regular patronage.
You know that there it as much difference in beers as there is in any other food product. You will
notice that "Lusus" tastes different from all others. You will notice it tastes better.
And We Can Tell Yoa Wby.
Here are a few:
Malt is made from the best barley in the wofld that grown
in the Northwest. The Rice is imported from India where it is grown and then stored until it becomes
perfectly conditioned, which cannot be accomplished in less than one year. The water used is from our
wonderfnl Artesian Spring, the purest, healthiest, most sparkling of nature's waters. And It's Made
Jnst Right. Not a sticky, heavy beer but a light nutritious beverage of a pale amber color, something
that you will enjoy with your meal at well as for refreshment.
Don't Forget The Name
Fred. Krug Brewing Co., Omaha, Neb.
Sheriff Quinton made a business trip
to Union today.
T. E. Farmele was an Omaha passen
ger this afternoon.
Ed. Scotten was an Omaha passen
ger this afternoon.
Miss Helen Chapman was an Omaha
visitor this afternoon.
E. 15. Chapman, of Union, wasa busi
ness visitor in I'lattsmouth today.
Miss Mary McGulre went to Gretna
this afternoon for a few days visit
Good judges of the corn crop In Cass
county estimate It at an average of
forty bushels per acre.
Mrs. Chester Baylor of Omaha, who
has been visiting relatives here since
Sunday, returned home this after
noon. Judge Jessen will convene the Sep
tember term of court next Monday.
The jury will not be called until the
Miss Marguerite Walters returned
home Tuesday evening, after a few
weeks' visit with friends and relatives
in Montana and other western states.
Accidents will happen, but the best
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil for such emergencies.
It subduds the pain and heals the
MIssesGladys Sullivan and Gretchcn
Donnelly, who have been visiting the
former's sister, Mrs. Asa Snyder, In
Nebraska City, returned home last
C. A. llospenthal was a passenger
for Omaha on the fast mail. Mrs.
llospenthal has been visiting relatives
there for several days, and will return
"Suffered day and night the torment
of Itching piles. Nothing helped me
until I used Doan's Ointment. It
cured me permanently." Hon. John
R. Garrett, mayor, Glrard, Ala.
Mrs. II. Spies and daughters, Her
mle and Mane, went to Omaha this
morning to consult with Dr. G I (Turd in
regard to Marie's eyes, that have been
troubling her considerably of late.
Mrs. Henry Fuller, who has been in
I'lattsmouth for the past three weeks,
visiting with her father, Fred Ohlcn
hausen and family, departed this
morning for her home In Wymore.
An informal dinner party was given
Monday evening by Mrs. Asa Snyder
at her pleasant home on South Tenth
street, complimentary to her guests,
Misses Gladys Sullivan and Grctchen
Donnelly, of I'lattsmouth. Nebraska
Frank Edgertonand family, of Ham
burg, la., arrived In I'lattsmouth last
evening, and will make this their
home. They have rented tho Gorder
property on Rock and Ninth street.
Mr. Edgerton has one son who will
work In the B. M. shops.
Mr. and Mrs. E, H. Booth departed
for Lincoln this morning to attend the
state fair a day or two, and thence on
a trlpto the western rountry, taking Id
various points of Interest for a couple
Danger Is near at hand when the
kidneys are sick. Kldncy-Ettcs will
purify ami strengthen the kidneys and
restore them to their normal and
healthy condition. Z.' cent. Gerlng
& Co., druggists.
It is offered to the public today for the
, first time and from now on the
public will be the judge.
For Our Book: "Luxus Beer
telling what it is made of, how it is made and why we can abso
lutely guarantee its uniformity of flavor, purity and wholesomeness.
There are many flood reasons lor Its superiority
and we want you to know them all.
We use the finest hops grown in Bohemia, selected by our
own experts and specially imported for "Luius" Beer. The
your order direct to ns.
It your dealer cannot supply
We will supply you promptly.
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will give you
Immediate relief. Sold by Gerlng &
Co.'s drug store.
Plnesalve cleanses wounds, Is highly
antiseptic, uneijualed for cracked
hands. Good for cuts. Sold bv Ger
lng & Co.'s drur store.
Mrs. I .C. West and Miss Lottie
Pollard of Nehawka are In Platts
mouth today attending the conven
tion being held at the Christian church
Mr. and Mrs. .1. G. Richey returned
home yesterday. The former has been
west on a business trip, while Mrs.
Richev visited friends in the state
Wm. Hecney and Edward Heeney,
of Weeping Water, were bussness
visitors in I'lattsmouth today, and
while here Win. called at the Journal
ofllce for a short visit.
A sour stomach, a bad breath, a
pasty complexion and other conse
quences of a disordered digestion are
quickly removed by the use of Ring's
Dyspepsia Tablets. Two days' treat
ment free. Sold by Gerlng & Co's
Miss Ella Bates of Weeping Water,
Is spending the week with her brother,
P. D. Bates and family. Miss Bates Is
a clerk in one of the leading dry good
establishments In Weeping Water and
Is spending a part of her vacation
with her brother and family.
J. B. Melslnner and Jacob Melslnger
were passengers for Omaha this morn
ing. After attending to business In
Omaha, both gentlemen go up to Ben
son, to spend the day with .1. B.'s son,
Philip, who Is engaged in the general
merchandise business In that city.
It is a well known medical fact that
pine resin Is most effective In the
treatment cf diseases of the bladder
and kidneys. Sufferers from backache
and ot her troubles due to faulty action
of the kidneys find relief In the use of
Plne-ules. It buys 30 days' treatment.
Said at Gerlng & Co.'s drug store.
the highest grade and most up-to-date
furniture and anything you buy of us
Is of regular standard stack. e nev
er ship in anything cheap and run it
off under the guise ot a bargain. One
of our specialties is rich dining room
furniture. Nowadays the dining-room
receives greater attention from the
from the stand-point than any room
in the house. We show you the beau
tiful, popular dark finishes of wood.
You hane been a long time mak
ing up your mind to buy a farm of
your own, but once you make the
the step you will regret the time
you have wasted and be Impatient
to get settled on the new premises,
"if I had only done this live or six
years ago," is an expression we oft
en hear. No use to brood over past
mistakes, but make up your mind
to begin right now. We have a
number of choice pieces of land in
various parts of Nebraska, Call to
day and let us tell you what we have
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