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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1906)
'mm Irhlajr'a Dally.
A. A Hyers, postmaster at Have
lock was In town today on business.
J. K. Mason and wife were among
the passengers fur the metropolis on
the fast mall today.'
J. D. Evans and John O'Neill of
Council Bluffs, la., were business
visitors In I'lattsmouth today.
A marriage licence was Issued today
to Thomas C. Janda, aged 21, and Miss
Mary Woostcr, ak'cd '-, both of riatts
mouth. Mrs. Wm. Cole went to Lincoln this
afternoon to visit with her daughter,
Miss Lillian, who Is attending the
Misses Carnett Lee and Alice I ycr
of Greenwood are In the city taking
fxainlnatliins at County Superinten
dent Gamble's oMce.
Mrs. S. I!. Hall, who has been en
joying a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Godwin, returned this afternoon to
her home in Omaha.
Mrs. P. 11. Guthmau went to Lin
coln this afternoon to spend a few
days with her sou, Henry, who Is tak
ing an agricultural course in the state
A case entitled Anna Fryc vs Clara
Fryc, et al, petitioning Hie court for
permission to sell lots 1 o (i Inclusive,
of block M of the city of I'lattsmouth,
was tiled In dlstrlctclerk'sulilce today.
M Iss Mary Troop who has been teach
ing school near Farnam, Neb., came
In last evening for a visit, with her
brother Charles and other relatives In
Perry I'tterback went to Council
Bluffs, la., this afternoon to consult
with the attorney for the, Omaha &
Council RluffsStrcct Hallway company
in hope of settling the case against,
that company for damages sustained
by Mrs. I'tterback.
Gus Knollicek and Herbert Sher
wood, B. & M. painters from 1'latts
mouth, Neb. , who have been for the
past four weeks decorating the Bur
lington's possessions at Dead wood,
departed for home this afternoon,
after making their friends in Lead a
abort visit. Lead (S. 1.) Dally Reg
From Saturday' Dully.
The Wabash correspondent of the
Kim wood Leader -Echo ways. "So
many trains arc being run on the
M. 1. that it keeps the section men
busy getting out ot the way."
Martin llouk and wife, who have
been visiting In this city, returned to
Omaha this morning where he Is em
ployed as switchman by the. Burling
F. M. Maj-sle, of Mt. Pleasant pre
clnct. late demcratic candidate for
representative, was in the cICy today
Frank takes his defeat good-naturedly
and says it might have been worse.
He was a caller at the Journal head
II. T. Richards, from the vicinity of
Kim wood, was in the county Rcat on
Mrs. James Allison and daughter
Miss Carrie, from the vicinity of Mur
ray were county seat visitors thlsafter
noon. Joe V. Sans returned last evening
from a business trip to Colorado. lie
visited several sections of that state
and was very favorably Impressed
with the real estate In the vicinity of
Fort Collins, where he contemplates
moving his family In a short time.
Ex-Senator Thomas cime In last
evening from Akron, Colo., for a brief
visit. He brought with him several
sample ears of corn raised on the Will
Fight ranch near Akron, and also a
sample of wheat. These samples would
denote that the soil lit that section of
Colorado was very productive. Sena
tor Thomas also owns a ranch near
where Mr. Fight lives, and he says
everything looks prosperous for that
country and that farming will Increase
from Mourtay lnlly.
Mrs. Geo. F. Koehnke and son,
Marx, arrived Saturday evening from
Tlalnvlcw, for a visit with relatives
In this city.
Miss Anna Weldman went to Have
lock Saturday, In response to a mes
sage stating that Mrs. Fred Kroehler,
sr., was very 111.
Miss Fannie Adams, of Ilavtlock,
who spent Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Spader, went to Omaha this
morning, where she will visit a few
days before returning to her home.
The Journal's old friend, Henry
Lehnhoff, living near Louisville, Is
making arrangements to remove In a
few weeks to Lincoln, where the fu
ture home of his family will le made.
Fred Helnrlch and wife returned to
Havelock yesterday afternoon, after a
brief visit with relatives in Plaits
Tom Moore, who was formerly with
the Journal publisher when he con
ducted a paper In Silver City, la. .came
In this morning from Defiance, la., to
accept a position with the Journal.
Mr. Moore's home Is In silver City,
where he learned the printer's trade.
Mr. W. A. Cogll.er of Newklrlt,
Okla., came in Saturday evening from
Union for a visit with her brother,
George Thomas, and family. Mrs. Cog
Iler was formerly Miss Cay Thomas"
of this city.
Mrs. Jennie R. Wells, who has been
enjoying a visit with her daughter,
Mr9. Warren Hemming of South
Bend, returned t) I'lattsmouth this
Ceo. J. Melsingcr from the vicinity
of Mynard, was in town today on busi
ness. George Horn of Cedar Creek was In
the county seat on business today.
Wm. Deles Dernier of Kim wood was
looking after legal business In the
county scat today.
From Tui'Mlny'M Dully
The Weeping Water Herald Is not
very well pleased with the running
time of the new trains on the Lincoln
branch of the Missouri 1'acltlc. It
gives the people living along that
line a line opportunity to go to Lin
coln and buy goods and return in a
few hours time. WeaJeuscd to such
business In I'lattsmouth.
D. W. Foster, W. B. Banning, J. K.
McCarroll and Chas. Morton, all of
Union, were county scat visitors to
day. They are all well pleased with
the running of trains on the Missouri.
(J. II. Manners of Weeping Water
was In the county seat on business to
day. He took the afternoon train to
Mrs. W. II. Seybert and Mis. John
McNurlln wcnttoOmaha this morn
ing to spend the day.
Will Kear.from the vicinity of Elm-
wood, was In the city on business to
Among the marriage licenses Issued
in the metropolis yesterday, we note
the following: "Fred Haschenburger,
Jr., Weeping Water, and Ella Moscll.
Oounty Commissioners Marshall and
Swlter came In from Union this
morning to attend the regular meet
ing of the county board today.
John McNurlln returned yesterday
from a week's visit through the
Miss Amy Oliver departed yester
day for her home in Bock Springs,
We are pleaded to learn that our
friend, Mike Swartztlsher, has In
herited a neat little fortune of fi3,000
marks (about 11.1,000) from a wealthy
uncle In (iermany. This gift of his
uncle was a delightful surprise, to the
nephew and his friends.
The county superintendent is busy
sending out circular letters to the
teachers of the various districts, urg
ing them to be present at the Instl
tute, which will be held at Weeping
Water, Saturday. Miss Helen Chap
man is assisting with the office work.
from Wednesday'! dully.
Joe Wiles went to Omaha on bus!
Miss Edith 1'ltz was visiting In
Will Vallery made a buslnesstrlp to
Omaha on No. 7 today.
Martin L. Frledrlch, commissioner
elect, was In the city today.
Earl Lcesley is assisting with the
work lu the county Judge's otllce.
Charles Kurtz and Will Hill went
to South Omaha on business today.
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the first package will benefit. If it
fails, he will return your money.
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Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart, Ind
K. M. Cliase of Nebraska City was
In town today on business.
Mrs. A. L. liakcr of Murray was vis
iting In I'lattsmouth today.
Chas. S. Stone was In . the county
scat from Murray yesterday.
T. J. Khodcn from the vicinity of
Murray, was transictlntf business In
Kvcry farmer should make arrange
ments to brintf their families to the
Farmers' Institute on December 1
Lloyd Gancn, a prominent farmer of
near Murray, was a county seat visi
Mrs. Will Krlskey who was In the
city to attend the Janda-Woster wed
ding, has returned to her home in
Sam Patterson came in from Arapa
hoe this morning for a few days' visit
with relatives In this city.
The church folks will soon be ar-
ranKlnjf their Christmas programs.
In Nebraska, there seems to be everw
reason to bellleve It will be a clad
D. O. Dwyer and Ami Todd went to
Omaha this morning to attend the
federal conrt, where the several cases
against the land barons of the west
are In progress.
John Tutt departed this mornlni:
for Kansas City, where he will enjoy a
visit with the family of his daughter,
after which he expects to join his son,
Ed, who Is located In Washington
The Rummage sale held by the la
dies of the Presbyterian church closed
last evening, but will be opened aualn
on Saturday In connection with the
market which is held on that dav. A
neat sum, which will be used to re
duce the Indebtedness of the church,
was cleared from this sale.
Out of all the delegates selected to
attend the Trans-Mississippi congress
at Kansas City, but two went-Krank
Schlater and Ed Fitzgerald. Some
people like to bate their names appear
In print as delegates to such gather
ings, but when It comes toactlntr the?
are not there with the goods.
The families of Henry and William
kautTman have been eo joylni: the oast
three days entertaining several of
their old schoolmates and friends from
Storm Lake, la. Their guests, Au
gust Nolte and wife and Fred lllat t
gcrste, August Sanderman and Wm
Groenwald, departed this morning
for thctr homes In Sac county. Iowa
where all are prominent and well-to-do
The latest reports from Mrs. Fred
Kroehler, who recently received an
other stroke of paralysis, are to the
effect that she Is about the same as
reported In the Journal of Saturday
The many friends of Mrs. Kroehler It
this city, where she lived so -nanj
years, hope for the best. She i i
excellent lady and loved by all who
knew her well. Mr. and Mrs. Kroeh
lor are resi ling in Havclock at present
Frank Krccek came in from Have
lock this morning.
11. E. Weldman went toomal.a this
afternoon on business.
Ir. E. W. Cook made a profession
visit to Omaha today.
Mrs. Anna Itrltt was visiting
Omaha this afternoon.
Mrs. Antone Trllety went t.i t
metropolis this afternoon.
J. I'. Falter was transacting hu
nt ss in the metropolis tuday .
I'r. MacArthur made a profissioi
call tn mth IVivl Wednr lay.
REIDRT Or' THE CONDITION
Plattsmouth State Bank
of I'lattsmouth, Nebraska.
lik'nitxriiMil in the -tnteof Nehraska. at tin
lose of IhisIih-ss Novtiiiivr li, I tut:
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liankliik' laiusp, furniture anil fixtures ;i4 j
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rum-lit -a-iie ami luxes iahl .:mi Is
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hanksaml hanker li.l.T Hi
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to i-hei-k .'ii.l.'S Mi
la-maml t-cilltl.-ules of tlt-
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Total !ll.mi Ii
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I'nr.vrv f('ash i,s 1..I. M. KulH-rts.
i-nhlei nf the hIkivo uunieil hank, ilo solemnly
sweiti tlmt the iiUivt- siulemenl Is a i-uirerl
anil line i-o,y of ihe i-i'x.i nimlt-tii the Slate
liiiiikhiL' Itiiuiil, .1. . Ki illKH'I's,
A'O sk ' ''-' I'livtor.
' .1. I'. I AI.TI.U. IMtl i-lor.
Suhsi-i ll-d nml sworn to hefore nit- this Hull
tiny of Novemls r. Iiml. Kuii.k ( i.akk.
Isenl My i-oiiiiiiK,oii ein-s .Inn. ;,, nni.
Jesse Terry was looking after busi
ness in Omaha this afternoon.
Mrs. C. A. Hawls went to Murray
yesterday to spend a few days with
Adolph Giese and Henry liurrows
were among the business visitors In
S. L. Thomas and A. S. Will de
parted this morning on a business trip
to Akron. Colo.
W. C. Kerr of the Kerr Investment
Company of Central City, Neb., was in
town today on business.
Mrs. F. 11. Guthman. who has been
visiting in Llncjln for several days.
returned note last evening.
Mrs. Lester Vivian and children
went to Louisville this afternoon for
few days visit w Hh relatives.
W. II. Puis, of Maple Grove, accom
panied by his sisters, Misse Nadie,
nna and Laura, were In the city to
Ralph W. Whits was a passenirer to
the metropolis this afternoon, where
he will attend the Ranker's conven
Cool hats on sale at Weldman &
Co.'s, ranging tn price from 25c to
Mrs. R. E. Sbcehan of Oalesbure.
111., Is visiting. In the city, the guest
or ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
We regret to learn that I r. W. II.
Schlldknecht Is very low, and that
slight hopes are entertained for his
W. H. Wynn returned last nlirht
from a visit with relatives In Wash
ington, Oregon and I'tah, and re por
a pleasant trip.
C. A. Welsch, who has been home on
account of the stormy weather the
nrst part of this week, returned to
Bellevue this morning.
Mrs. Tom Stanafortb. who has been
visiting with friends In this citv. re
turned to her home In Ilavelock this
Miss Margaret Dovey went to Lin
coln this afternoon to attend the IM
Beta Phi dance, which will be held
Dr. M. M. Rutler of Wceplne Wa
ter was In town today to call on Dr.
W. II. Schlldknecht, who Is not ex
pected to recover.
Mrs. II. R. Neltcl and children
canio In from Murdock last evening,
for a visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. R. Guthmann.
Col. J. C. Seybolt and wife from the
vicinity of Murray, were among the
passengers from this station to the
metropolis this morning.
County Clerk W. E. Rosencranswcnt
to Omaha this afternoon, to meet sev
eral friends who are attending the
Banker s convention In that city.
Jim Miller and Chris. Smith, who
have iK-eii shucking corn for farmers
near Murray, departed this morning
for their homes near Des Moines, la.
James Palling, one of the few sur
viving old settlers of tbls country, was
In town from Greenwood today to
make lus)i'ariy visit with friends In
the county seat.
Farmers should not forget the
Farmers' Institute to be held In this
city, Friday and Saturday, Icccm
bcr T and I. These meetings are held
especially for their benefit.
The Wautlful piece of battenburg,
wbli h was donated by Mis. Mantcr
naeh to the St. John's Altar Society,
was won by Louis Kroehler. Tho
lucky n u in t)e r "so" of the drawing
wass.)ld by Mrs. Joseph Drooge.
A reliable medicine and one that
should always be kept In the home for
Immediate use IsChanibcrlaln's Cough
Remedy. It will prevent the attack
If given as soon as the child becomes
hoarse, or even after the crotipy croup
appears, i or saie ty r. . i rleke .
Co.. and I I'Mcnt's drug store.
On account of the County Teach
er's medio at Weeping Water I will
not be lo my otllce, Saturday, Novera
bcr IM. J. W. Gamble, County Super
Such u Sale hus never occurred in'Platts
mouth, but we desire to decrease our large
stock of Winter Hats, so we are,able to of
fer at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES our
Hats, Caps and Fancy Work Materials.
Don't miss this rare opportunity of a Good
H. E. WE
Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,
aborers rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc
Oil. Takes the stln? out of cuts.burns
or bruises at once.? rain cannot stay
where It Is used.
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