The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, December 06, 1906, Image 2
THE CITY. from KrlcUj'i fully. Ceo. F.vcrettof Union was looking alter business In riattsmoutti today. Wm. McLeod of Murray was tran ictlng business In the county seat to day. T. J. Rhodcn from the vicinity of Murray was transacting business In IMattsmouth todar. W. F. Tracy and wife of Union ate Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Swcarlngcn. Mr. and Mrs. John lHmelan of Weeping Water were In the county tt to spend Thanksgiving with A. IV. White. Fate lavis and John o'Uoake of South Omaha were In the city today to see alxiut buying a car load of cattle in this vicinity. Chas. l'arks and wife were In My nard to assist In disposing of a Thanks Riving dinner at the home of the lat ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray. Wm.Ostfrom the vicinity of Ne hawka, departed this morning on a trip to Chicago, where he will spend a week or ten days vlsltlnu with rela tives. Adam llild of Mt. l'lcasant precinct was at. the county seat on business today. ;. 1. Melsingcr of Cedar Creek was looking after business in IMattsmouth today. Wm. Chalfant and Jas. Harrow of Union, were transacting business In I'lattsmouth today. From tsiUmliiy'i liitlly. J. B. Seybolt, from the vicinity of Murray, was among the passengers from this station to Omaha this morn ing, where he will make arrangements for his son, Will, to attend the Boylcs business college. Cal llhodcn and John Speck also expect to attend business college. A marriage llccnso was Issued yes terdav In Council Bluffs, low, to Trace? Young of Omaha, ago 2'J, and Mattle nilllsple of Nehawka, aged 20, W, II. McDanlels, a hustling mcr chant from Murray, was a passenger from the county seat to Omaha on the morning train today. J. P. Falter. Adam and Philip FornolT, and Adam Kurt, returned this morning from a business trip to Huron, S. 1. J. J. Schneider, from the vicinity of Oedar Creek, was transacting business in I'lattsmouth today. Geo. Horn of Cedar Creek was look ing after business matters In the county scat today. County Superintendent (iambic shipped an exhibit to Lincoln today In the shape of corn and potatoes, which were grown by Carl Coryell, who captured the prize in the corn contest of last year. This contest Is held on the ltb of December and Is looked forward to with much Interest by the farmer boys all over the state. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Frcese returned tbls afternoon from a pleasant trip through the east aod a short visit In Hamburg, la. Tbe newly married are busy receiving the congratulations of their friends. F. K. Brlcka, editor of the Weeping Water Republican, was in the county heat on business today. While here he made a pleasant call at tbe Journal office. John Melslnger and John Albert two substantial farmers of Eight Mile throve, were In the city on business today. J. W. Kdmuudsof Murray w as look Ing after business matters In tbe county seat today. F. A. Bocdckerand Miss Stella Opp of Nehawka were visiting In PlattS' mouth today. I. J. Pitman of Murray was trans acting business at the county seat to day. I miii MimdHjr'nDiilly. Uncle Jacob Scybcrt of Cedar Creek was In the county seat today to visit with his fr.cnds. A complaint of Insanity bus I ecu filed in the district clerk's office against one Chas. Reed of Avoca. O'l. J. C. Seybolt of Murray was In town to tak" No. l' to Omaha today. Miss Marncry Walker was In from Murray4ospiT.l Sunday with friends In tills clt y. I'm guest of Mlsslla-cl lK)vev. L. R. Upton and Miss Nina Lyndc, of Union, came up Saturday to see "Buster Brown," returning home on the midnight train. Wm. Deles iVrnlcr aia town to day on legal business. I. N. Hunter was In the county scat from Wroblng Water to;,iy on business. PLATTSMOUTH AND VICINITY. A. M. Holmes and daughter, Mrs W. S. Smith of Murray, were visiting In the county scat Sunday. Mrs. Jos. Shera returned from Om aha Saturday. Her daughter, Mrs. Addle Keenan, accompanied her home for a few days visit. Mrs. Susie Leach, who has been en- oylng a visit with the family of her brother, M. W. Thomas, departed today for her home In Firth, Neb. Wm. Neville, who spent Sunday at home returned to Kmcrald, Nebraska, on the fast mall. Mr. Ne.llle has been under the weather for several ays, and while feeling some better is not altogether a well man. A Rpeclal from Weeping Water, under date of December 2, says. "The public schools will remain closed t his eek on account of elptherla. Several new casus have developed." (Jeorge Mark of Nehawka and Wm. Mark of Union, were In the county seat Saturday evening. They were up to Mynard to see their mother, Mrs. J. Mark, who Is very sick. Misses 1011a Mario Sattlcr.llennctta Martens, Emma l loos, and liosa Mumin departed yesterday for Peru, here they will enter the state nor mal. Abe Uupley went to Omaha this afternoon to consult an ear specialist In hope of restoring his heating, which he has been losing for some time. From Tut'Mliiy' Dully John Kelly of Louisville was trans acting business In the county seat to day. Miss Mac Vallery, from the vicinity of Mynard, was shopping In the county scat today. W. II. Hell departed this afternoon for Chicago, where he will attend the national stock show. Wash A. Young departed this morn ing on a business trip to Guthrie, Ok lahoma, where he expects to remain about ten days. John II. Becker and James M. Rob- rtson departed this morning for Franklin, Nebraska. While In the west they expect to Inspect real estate In Chase county. The village of Union was pretty well represented In the county scat today, the following gentlemen being In town from that vicinity: John Cauer, John McCarroll, Dan R. Lynn and K. M. Hathaway. Louis Frlcdrlch and Nicholas Schaf fer departed this afternoon on a trip to Oklahoma. While In that vicinity they will visit with Peter Frledrlch, near Renfrow, and with A. A.SchatTer and M r. Hcnnlngs near Pocassctt, I . T The sheriff Is In receipt of a card from the authorities of Dodge county offering a reward $100 for the capture and conviction of Wm. B. Busb, who few days since stole a horse and buggy from the farm of J. H. Wider- brand, near Hooper, Neb. Henry Karstcns, of Sao county Iowa, is here for a few days' visit with the parents of Mrs. Karsteos, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tarns. Mrs. Karstcns ar rived a week ago, and after enjoying a short visit they will return home. Mr. Karstcns called yesterday with his father-in-law and had bis subscription advanced another year. Thos. Helm of Louisville, was I'lattsmouth visitor today, and was pleasant caller at the Journal bead quarters. We were pleased to learn from our old friend that Mrs. Helm who has been In poor health since last July, has very much Improved, with bright prospects of ultimate recovery Frank Helm of South Dakota, ac companied his father, Thos. Helm of Louisville, to I'lattsmouth today. He and his wife aro visiting the "old folks at home" and will return to their home In about two weeks. They are energetic young people and are niak Ing them a line home In the north west. While here Mr. Helm renewed for the Journal, feeling that he could not do without tbe news from home. From Wrilni'stlwy'ii lUlly. Geo. Lloyd of Murray was In tow on business today. Perry Marsh went to Omaha th morning on business. August Newman of South Bend was a county scat visitor today. commissioner u i. swiucr re turned to his homo In Weeping Water today. W. A. Cleghorn of Louisville was transacting lmlncs In the count seat today. Claude Everett, from the vicinity o Union, was transiting business I the county seat yesterday. Edward Spangler and sisters, Ml U.I0 ana Mrs. Mepiicn lies, wen to Omaha this afternoon to attend Henry Lthnboff of Louisville was In the county seat on business today, and fur a visit with friends here before he gets settled In Lincoln. Word received from Miss Ycsta Eaton today Is to the effect that she withstood the operation remarkably well and rested u!etiy lait night. Chas. Reed, from near Avoca, was examined by the hoard of Insanity to day and was declared to be a tit sub ject for the asylum. Sheriff 0. D. Qulnton took blm to Lincoln on the fast mail this afternoon. W. (i. Erliart or Wabash, was in the city today paying bis taxes and at tending to other Important business. Mr. Erliart also remembered the printer by paying bis subscription to tbe Journal to January, 1908. 'Mrs. Lydla Dreamer, who has been visiting for the past two weeks at the Ik me of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Cook, Immediately south of I'lattsmouth, has gone to Nehawka, where she will visit a few days with her other sister, Mrs. Norman Deles Dernier, before returning to her home In Elm wood. Mrs. Oeo. Freer of Omaha and her friend, Miss Mamie Whclan, of Wy more. Neb., who have been enjoying a week's visit wltn the latter's uncle. Mr. Whelan, and the family of Perry Uttcrback, returned to Omaha this afternoon. Miss Whelan willstopotT I here for a short visit with Mrs. Freer. Rev. O. E Burress of Union was In the city on business today. Judge S. M. Chapman Is reported to be slightly Improved today. J. S. Hall made a business trip to the metropolis this afternoon. Chas. Mantz of Chicago Is in town oday for a visit with C. E. Wescott. TheconditlonofDr.1V. II. Schild- necht remains about the same today. J. G. Rlchey went to Lincoln this fternonn for a visit with his family. Jas. Darrough of Union was trans acting business In the county seat to day. Homer K. Burkett of Lincoln was the guest of Col. J. II . Thrasher last veiling. James Sochor the merchant tailor is ready to take j our measure for that new suit. Leonard B. Crawford of Union was transacting Important business at the court house today. Frcdrich A. Neuman, from near South Bend, made application for naturallzatlcn today. Word received from Omaha today is to the effect that Miss Vesta 'Eaton Is getting along nicely. Dr. E. D. Cummins went to Omaha this afternoon to visit bis patients In the St. Joseph hospital. A marriage license was Issued today to Fredrlch Tarns, age 22, of this city, and Miss Downic B. Cook, age 22, of Alvo. : Mrs. M. Archer went to Omaha this afternoon to spend a few days with her daughter and attend the Torrey meetings. A warrant has been Issued from po lice court for the arrest of Geo. Barr for lighting and disturbing the peace last nlgbt. Miss Clara Mlnstrom, who was In the city to visit with her friend, Miss Leek, returned this morning to her home Id Sprlngtlcld, Neb. BUY NEBRASKA LAND n Mammon county, aucnoice farms or salt. Write for list F. A. BALD, Aurora. Neb. It Costs Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected. One person in four has a weak heart; it may be you. If ,o, you should know it now, anil save serious con sequences. If you have short breath, fluttering:, palpitation, hungry spells, hot Hushes; if you cannot lie on left side; if you have fainting or smother ing spells, pain around heart, in side ami arms, your heart is weak, ami perhaps diseased. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will re lieve you. Try a bottle, and see limv quickly your condition will improve. "Alwmt n r;,r orh I wnit to ttm Milr Mi'dliMll I'O, Hiking Rilvtr,-, n I Win miIIitihk llh lii'itit trmilil.-, i,mI Imd lroti rir two rr. I li.nl v,,n In my limit, tun k uml l. ft hil not lM.,.n n ni to tli.iw ,i iliH'i, titiwtli tor two y.'iirK. Any Intl.. , . i . tlon woiil.i :iiikp Piilpltntlnn, nml I (mill nut l nil mv l.lt (.. without r nfT, 1 1 tiK. Tln-v iiiM. il mi to try ir. Mill lli -irl 'ni ft n.l NVtvino, hlrli 1 tllil Villi Ml" rr-ult that I n m lit li'ttrr limit h thnn I rvrr wm Im for,., inul'iit Kilt'.-. I 14 miinil Him,. ,,,m. nn'ii" il l.iKlim It. I tixik iih.iiit thlr twit liutlli- if tli two niiillrliii , mill ! nrnl l ei ri lniyrrr, with niv ln' iit Hinc." Ml! I II I IK TlluM s. I PI' r 8.iulu.ky. Ohio. Or. M.li Hrjirt Curt Ik told by your drunriiit. who will ouarant.., thrt tt tint buttle will b-nrM. If It tails ht will refund )Our money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, InJ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Troop, who have been on a farm near Gregory, S. I)., arrived last evening to spend tbe winter visiting with relatives In this vicinity. J. S. Duke, Harvey Sage and Col. J. II. Thrasher went to Omaha tbls morning to act as witnesses in the biif land case, which Is being tried iu the United States court. Herman Eestor Is petting settled Id his residence property on m Granite, between 10th and lltb streets. He began moving bis household goods in from the country yesterday. Miss Alma Larson has resigned her position with the News to accept a position with the Alfred Bloom Co. In Omaha. She departed for that place this morning over the Missouri Fact lie. In police court this afternoon Wm. Grebe, Geo. Parr and Jos. Davis were arraigned on a charge of disturbing the peace by lighting last night. .The Judge assessed the first two tlO and costs, and the third to and costs. (. Farmele has moved his livery stable property Into his quarters In the Patterson building on Pearl street. The former occupant, John Iverson, has moved his blacksmith shop in one of the buildings across the street. Al ter the Journal had been Informed that Miss Lulu Leek would be taken to Omaha to undergo an operation for appendicitis yesterday, it was decided to postpone this for the present. Miss Leek is very much Improved today. The family of John Erady are mov ing from the Itobbins house Into the residence property of Mrs. O. J. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Lightncr, who formerly occupied theSmith property, have moved into the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Twltchcll. 'file store room In the comer of the Guthmann building on the southeast corner of Main and Third streets has been remodeled, two windows being cut through the west brick wall, in or der to give more light to the room. The I'lattsmouth Steam Laundry will occupy the room In a short time. It is a mistake to use a violent ca thartic to open tbe bowels. A gentle movement will accomplish the same results without causing distress or serious consequences later. DeWltt's Little Early Risers are recommended. Sold by F. G. Frlcke & Co. Who Pays the Advertising- Bill? An unknown exchange asks: "Did you ever think about It? Who pays for the advertising of merchants and other business men? Not the adver tiser, for tbe cost Is returned to him twofold In Increased profits. Not the purchaser, for he buyes cheaper from advertiser and has a better assortment and fresher goods to select from. Who, then, really pays the advertising bills? The non-advertiser, of course. A Just proportion of the money -he loses by his lack of initiative and enterprise finds way eventually to the printer, to advance the cause of education and the interests of the community. Who pays for that advertising which at tracts the people of this town toother towns? The home merchant not only loses that trade, but in that loss pays for the other fellow's advertising Isn't It plain? The "store keeper" Is a relic of tbe past, the merchant Is un active being of tody." Open the bowels and get the cold out of your system. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup opens the bowels and at tbe same time allays the Inflammation of the mucous membranes. Contains Doncy and Tar. Drives out tbe cold and stops the cough. Absolutely free from any opiates. Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Pleasant to take. Sold by F. G. Frlcke &Co. A Pointer for Other Treasurers. A special from Wllber, Neb., under date of December 4, says: "County Treasurer C. E. Bowl by has notified all the Burlington station agents in Saline county that the company Is dc linqucnt 111,000 for looc taxes and that they are required to pay over to blm all moneys now In their bands or which shall come Into tbclr bands bc longing to the railroad company until the full amount of taxes bas been paid. Tbls Is done under section 10,.(i0 compiled statutes. Failure to obey Is made a misdemeanor with the penalty of a tine of from .V) to .KM." A man with a sprained ankle will use a crutch, rest the ankle and let It get well. A man or woman with an overworked stomach can't use a crutch but the stomach must have rest just the same. It can be tested loo with out starvation. Kodol w III do it. Ko dol prrrcrms the dlvestlve work of the tired stomach and corrects tli diges tlw apparatus. Kodol fully conforms to the provisions of thu National Pure Food and Drug Laws. Recommended nd si ill I by F. G. Frlcke & Uo. Remember, bee Dovcy's before you pureiuse your fur. They can nave you mom y. !B . Jeeth S5 Cold Crowni tnd BrldrT"th t.otip. PorMt. tain Crown I no up. Fillinit too op. TtaUt fciltacled PaiulMi.. Ntw Ml ami day. ( I3niL;I2Y,Tho Dontl.t,; CUfcllt4 tS. PtxtoaBik. rUHA, Stands fUove (111 Other Ui)derweor tn Quality, Durability and Fit It looks better when washed than others do when new. This Underwear comes in all sl.es from Infants to Ladies. Boys' and Girls' Union Suits of good quality and heavy ileec cd, In gray and white at per suit 50c Ladies' Fleeced Union Suits in gray and white, extra good, for 50C We carry the Largest Stock of Underwear In tbe city, arrang ing in price from 25c to $1.75 in Cotton and Wool Garments. E. 6. OOVEY & SON Come Out Tomorrow. Tomorrow the farmers' Institute begins, and will continue through Saturday. Two sessions will be held tomorrow morning and evening and it is not only essential that farm ers who come to town should be pres ent, but the merchant, the lawyer, doctor aud every other business man in the city should make it a point to at tend. If you can't be present at all the sessions, attend one, two or three, just as your time will allow. Let the business men show by their presence that they feel highly honored by the managers of these meetings favoring our city with a two-days session of the institute. It will encourage and please tbe farmers to see you taking an in terest In that which interests tbe yeomanry of the country. E. C. DcWltt & Co. of Chicago, at whose labratory Kodol is prepared, as sure us that this remarkable digestant and corrective for the stomach con forms fully to all provisions of the Na tional Ture Food and Drug Law. The Kodol labratory is a very large one, but if all the sufferers from indigestion and stomach troubles could know the virtues or Kodol it would be impossible for the manufacturers to keep up with tbe demand. Kodol Is sold here by F. G. Frlcke k Co. Have you seen the new Jap laundry bag at Dovey's? Pillow tops In many different styles at 10c each at E. G. Dovey k Son's. THE PALACE MARKET I'lut I -lonui li Tlioim No. its LORENZ BROS.. Groceries, Provisions and Meeats 1st Prize KDISOX Phonograph nnrt 12 Records f.HroO 2nd Prize Century Camera and Out fit.. 15 00 3rd Prize Imported Japanese IVase. . . 5 0 Total amount. .$50 ) Contest will open November 1st. 1900, and close May 1st. 1907. Coupons will be given. with cash pur chases only. Every 2.50 worth of coupons gets one draw number. Uegin when the contest begins, per haps you will be the lucky one. Cost you nothing to trv. Lorenz Plocttsmouth. LOST THEIR PERMIT TO WED Sich is the Dilemm That a Couple From the Viltige of Union ENCOUNTERED IN THE COONTY SEAT Returns for AnotherSLicense, but After a SomeJSearch the Other is Found. Early tbls morning the proper per mit to embark on tbe matrimonial sea was made out to Leonard B. Crawford, age2:i, and Ml.s ElhUHIostutler, age 18, both residents of Union. Wrfn It was learned that tbe Judge wa not present, tbe would-be benedict re paired with the bride-to-be to the of fice of Judge Archer, who asked for tbe credentials neccessary to Join the couple husband and wife. A search of his pockets apd the immediate vi cinity failed to disclose the missing papers, and very much perturbed Mr. Crawford hastened back to the county judge's office and. made known bis di lemma. Through the aid of the clerk the truant paper was found after an extended search in the hall of the court house, where it had been drop ped by the owner. The ceremony was then performed by Judge Archer, after which the newly married de parted rejoicing. The witnesses to this event were Jas. Darrougli of Union and Mrs. Melissa Klein of this city. Although this was getting married under difllculties, It is very probable that the contracting parties will be that much more happier In their wedded life than If everything had sailed smoothly at the start. Worse and More of It. In speaking of the condition of t.in Louisville bridge across the Piatt river, the Lincoln Journal says: "More than a year ago the bridge across the riaite river near Loulsvl le was swent away by the ice and since that time people living on the Sarpy county side of the river have been using the Mis souri Pacific structure for a foot bridge.' There his been delay in the ounaingora new wagon brldee and this offered the only means of getting across tne river.- Yesterday morning the Missouri Pacific authorities sta tioned "a watchman at the Sarnv county end of the bridge and refused toe use of that structure to all annll- cants. It I s said this action will has ten the rebuilding of tbe waeon bridge." It is noticeable a cold seldom comes on when the bowels are freely open. Neither can It stay If they aae open. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup tastes as pleasant as maple sugar. Free from all opiates. Contains Honey and Tar. Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by F. G. Frlcke & Co. Floods the body with warm, glowing vitality, makes tbe nerves strong, quickens circulation, restores natural vigor, makes you feel like one born again. Hollistcr's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. Gering & Co. Proprietors. Ni-hinska "I'lioim No. II. Phil. Sauter, distributor of the K. (11011 I'llOIMl- ,, vrapli mid liw iihIi.I'Iiii turnout li. NYl'iailiii.. Bros., Npbrocska. I urAAJ w L. I ft S i the Torrey meetings.