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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1906)
young people, and miy they return
tnucb benefited by a month i sojourn
In the north.
1'rotu KrlUajr'a lUy.
' A. rnsk of Louisville wan In town
today to attend the farmers' Institute.
(). A. and I. M. Davis of Murray
were In l'lattsmouth today to attend
Senator S. L. Thomas went to Lin
coln, this morning on business. From
there he expects to depart for lilt
ranch near Akron, Cul.
John Albert, from the vicinity of
Cedar Creek, was transacting business
In the county scat and attending the
Farmers' Institute today.
John and Julius Ncumlster, from
Dear Nchawka, were In town today to
attend the farmers' institute.
A petition In the matter of the
estate of Henry Wolfe, sr., deceased,
was tiled In the district clerk's oillce
Jos. llalmes, from the vicinity of
Greenwood, was transacting business
In the county seat, and attending the
Frank Anderson of l'aclllo Junction
bought a car load of mules In the vi
cinity of Murray this week, and will
ship them to St. Louis.
Mr9. I'. C. Peterson returned last
evening from Iletliany, Neb., where
she was summoned by the sickness of
her mother Mrs. Pitts, who Is much
In apportioning the state school
funds, Cass county will receive the
sum of $4,102.10. Hut six counties In
the state receive more than this
One year ago yesterday, says an old
river man, tho river was at Its lowest
stage during tho entire winter, show
ing a gauge of 411(1.45 feet above low
water mark at St. Louis. Shortly
after a rise occurred and continued
above the low reading through the re
mainder of the winter. Yesterday the
gauge read 4l)8.751over two feet higher
than the samo dato last year. Lower
"water Is predicted before tho winter
Charles Spangler, of near Weeping
Water, was a county seat visitor to
day and called and renewed for the
Journal for another year. Mr. Spang
ler lias been a reader or the Journal
from Its Inslplcncy.
Fred Spangler, living five miles
south of town, Is rejoicing over the ar
rival of a bouncing girl baby at his
homo, born Thursday morning, Ie-
Hives, eczema, Itch or salt rheum
sets you crazy. Can t bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment
cures the most obstinate cases. Why
suffer. All druggists sell It.
Krom Snlunlny'i Dully.
H. D. Heed, of Weeping Water, was
a county scat visitor today.
D. L. Amick, of Murray, was here
today to attend the Institute.
Geo. Horn was in from Cedar Creek
today to attend the Institute.
Isiac Pollard of Nchawka was a con
spicuous figure at the institute today.
Harry E. Kruger cf Elmwood was
in tho county seat today to attend the
C. P. and C. II. Spangler from the
vicinity of Murray were in town today
to attend the Institute.
John Krcauer, one of our best Gcr
man r armors or near .Mynaru, was a
county seat visitor today.
P. A. Illld, one of the hustling
young farmers of Mt. Pleasant pre
clnct, was In the city today.
A. E. Fltt and wife came in from
Alliance, Net)., tins morning for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A marriage license was Issued yes
terday in Omaha to David Ross Den
nis, aged 23, and Josephine M. Allen,
aged ltl, both oi' Weeping Water.
W. H. Hell and John Pauer return
ed tills morning from Chicago where
they attended the national live stock
show which they report was fine.
Our young farmer friend, O. V. Vir
gin, living north of Murray, while in
the city today called and advanced his
subscription to the Journal to Febru
Joseph Schlater, of Palasade, Neb.,
who has been visiting with relatives
in Louisville for several days, came in
this morning for a visit with tils
brother, Conrad Schlater, and wife,
and other relatives in this vicinity,
where he formerly resided.
Charley Gaebel, the celebrated fine
hog breeder.and Wm. Wendtof Louis
ville, were In the city today, and bf
course called at Journal headquarters,
and while here Mr. Wendt renewed
for another year. They are both Jovial
fellows, and we are always pleased to
Henry Slander and daughter, Miss
Eva and sons, Francis and Cecil drove
over from their home near South Pend
this morning. While here Mr. StaDder
and children called on the Journal,
and renewed his allegiance in tho Old
Reliable for another year. Mr. Slander
also renewed the subscription of
Thomas Edwards at Woodward, Okla
Mr. John Schlater of Louisville and
two daughters, Miss Daisy of Lincoln,
and MIssNatlia of Denver, who were
in Loulsvlllo to attend the funeral
of their mother, paid a visit to the
family of Conrad Schlater in this city
Tbey departed tills afternoon for
Louisville. From there Miss Natha
will return to Denver.
Jas. Perry of Elmwood was in the
county scat to make out his final
naturalization papers today.
M. C. Whitehead who resides near
Mynard returned Saturday evening
from Poone, la., where he went to
attend the funeral of his father.
We are pleased to learn that G rover
IlulTncr, who was operated on for ap
pendicitis is Improving nicely, and has
been removed from the hospital to the
home of his sister, Mrs. Koy Dodge.
Chas. Englckemler and wife drove
over from Weeping Water Saturday
to spend Sunday with her folks. While
In tho county seat Mr. Englckemler
was a welcome caller at the Journal
Thos. Thomas of South Omaha was
down to spend Sunday with his son,
George and daughter, Mrs. Cogllcr.
Tho latter and her children accompa
nied him to Omaha where they will
spend a few days before returning to
Weeping Water, where they will be
met by Mr. Cogli.er.
Through a letter received by our
friend, Conrad Schlater, from Rev.
Father P. Nugent, formerly pastor of
tho St. John's church of this city, but
now in tho licndlctlne Monastery In
Ermlngton, England, wo are Informed
that he is In excellent health and
sends kindest regards to Ills friends in
l'lattsmouth and Louisville.
From TuoMluy'i Dully
Peter Campbell from the vicinity of
Murray was In town today on business,
Wm. Stohlman of Manley wastrans'
acting business In the county scat to
t. iK Jioensneu or ureenwooa was
transacting business in the county
Geo. A. KalTenbergcr shipped nine
teen head or cattle and seventeen
head of hogs to the South Omama
Harry Long of Scuth Pend was In
the county seat on business last even
ing. He boarded the morning train
for Omaha today, from which place
he will return home.
. K. Fox has been on the sick list
for the past few days suffering from
an attack of lumbago. Deputy County
Clerk Morgan has been assisting with
the work in the treasurer's oillce dur
ing Mr. Fox's sickness.
W. 15. Roberts, who visited with his
brother, J. M., and family, yesterday
and last night, departed this morning
for South Omaha to purchase some
feeders and also visit a brother, who
Is In the stock commission business.
From W'lni"iOiiy's dally.
Miss Grace Ahl of Louisville was vis
iting In the city today.
John McNurlln and wife drove out
to Cedar Creek thisafternoon to spend
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Seybcrt
Mrs. Daisv Hoover came In from
Louisville this morning to spend
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Sherwood.
Fate Davis, the hustling stockman
from South Omaha, was In town to
day and shipped out two car loads of
stock, one of cattle and one of cattle
II. D. Reed of Weeping Water ac
companied by his brother, F. P. Reed.
of Denver, Colo., and Mr. Poorhees, of
Tucker, Utah, was in the county seat
on business today.
Frank, son or Chris Parkenlngs, de
parted for Omaha this afternoon to
enter Uoyles' Business College for
term of several months. The Journal
wishes Frank success In his work.
A deal was closed today through the
Windham Investment Co., whereby
W. W. Coates became the owner of
the frame store building cast of Kunz
man iiamgc s meat market. The
consideration was 12,300.
Mrs. D. E. Sclvcr and daughter,
Pcrtle, and grandson, Clyde, went to
Louisville this afternoon for & few
days visit with relatives. They ex
pect to again visit In this city before
returning to their homo in Marquette,
Julius PIUaodhlsslstcr.MIss Edith,
departed this morning for Manitowoc,
Wis., where they will visit relatives
and friends for a month. The Jour
nal's best wishes attend these worthy
A. S. Will departed this afternoon
for Akron, Colo.
J.G. Rlchey came in from Llnculo
last evening on business.
Miss Florence Anderson was a pas
senger to Omaha this afternoon.
C. 8. Po'k returned this morning
from a business trip to Lincoln.
Earl C. Wescott made a business
trip to Lincoln thisafternoon.
Fancy "Kern Kutter" scissors at
Pauer's. Good Christmas presents.
John Schlappacasse made a business
trip to the metropolis this morning.
J. N. Will of Akron, Colo., came In
last evening for a visit with his folks.
John Colbert of the real estate firm
of Pool Si Colbert or Weeping Water
was In the county seat on business to
Don Atwood, traveling representa
tive of a Chicago wholesale house, was
In town today for a visit with relatives.
Carl Ilerggren was a passenger to
Omaha on the Missouri Pacific this
Mrs. Klnser went to Red Oak, la.,
this morning for a several days', visit
Mrs. J. A. .Walker and daughter,
Miss Margery, were visiting in the
county scat today.
"Keen Kutter" carpenter tools for
men and boys at Bauer's. Suitable for
Mrs. J. W. Johnson returned last
evening from a several days' visit
with friends in Papllllon.
Wm. Neville, who has been visiting
in the city since yesterday, departed
this afternoon for Mllford.
J. P. Falter, T. II. Pollock, Terry
Marsh and Ben Raincy were among
the Omaha passengers on the fast
Mrs. J. W. Manners, who has been
visiting at the home of her son, Chas.,
In this city, returned this morning to
her home in Alvo.
Louis Dose and wife went to Glen-
wood, la., this morning in response to
a message stating that bis brother
was very sick.
C. II. Cook of Sioux City, Iowa, who
was in town for a visit with his broth
er, Dr. E. W. Cook, returned home
If you arc looking for a choice article
of household furnishings for a Christ
mas present, don't forget that M.
Illld has Just what you desire. ,
Col. J. II. Thrasher, Harvey. Sage
and J. is. Duke were passengers to
Omaha this morning, where they are
serving as witnesses in the big land
m. Dunn, the horse dealer of
Weeping Water, was in town on busi
ness today. lie took the mornlntr
train on the Missouri Pacific for Om
What Is more suitable for a Christ
mas present for your wife than a nice
bed room suite, or handsome rug'?
Nothing. M. Hild, the furniture man,
lias Just what you want.
nenry ivnaoe or iNenawu was a
business visitor in l'lattsmouth today,
and while here paid the Journal cilice
a pleasant call. Mr. Knabe Is one of
tho prominent farmers from southern
Cass county, and we are always pleased
to meet him.
BUY NEBRASKA LAND
in Hamilton county. 50 choice farms
for sale. Write for list
F. A. BALD, Aurora, Neb.
Torturing eczima spreads its burn
ing area every dty. Doan's Ointment
quickly stops Its spreading, Instantly
relieves the Itching, cures it per
manently. At any drug store.
Henry Pfclffer, president of the
Pfelffer Chemical company or St.
Louis, came In yesterday arternoon for
a brief visit with the Gerlngs. Mr.
Pfelffer is a cousin of Matt and Henry
Gerlng and Is connected with one of
the largest chemical companies In the
M. W. Twitchell ent to Omaha
this arternoon, where he will be Joined
by Mrs. Twitchell. who has been visit
ing in Iowa. They will depart this
evening for their future home la Se
attle, Wash. Durlnir Mr. and Mrs.
Twltchell's residence In this city they
have made many close friends, who
wish them well In the western citv
that they have chosen for their home.
To find out for a certainty
Whether or not your heart is
affected. One person in four
lias a weak heart; it may be
you. If so, you should know
it now, and save serious con
sequences. If you have short
breath, fluttering, palpitation,
hungry spells, hot flushes; if
you cannot lie on left side; if
you have fainting or smother
ing spells, pain around heart,
in side and arms, your heart is
weak, and perhaps diseased.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will re
lieve you. Try a bottle, and
see how quickly your condition
"Ahntit a vtnr ago I wrota to the
Mllt-a Medical l'o., Baking advlcn, at I
wua aufTrrlnif with, heart trouble, and
liad been fur two yearn. I hud puln
In my Jienrt. back and left aide, and
had nnt been ablft to draw a deep
breath for two year. Any little exer
tion would cans palpitation, and I
could not llw on my left aide without
aurterlnir. They ndvlaed me to try Dr.
Mllea llMirt t'ure and Nervine, which
i ma witn the rexult that 1 am In
better health thnn 1 ever was before,
having K'Oned 14 pound since I com
menced taking It. I took about tlilr-
i bottle of the two medicine, and
haven't been hnthmt with mv heart
alncc." MUS. MLI.IK THOMAS.
Vtyptr Sanduaky, Ohio.
Dr. Ml let' Heart Cure It told by
your druofllit. who will guarantee that
the flnt bottle will benefit. If It fall
he will refund your money.
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind
Doan's ReifuleU cure constipation.
tone the stomach, stimulate the liver,
promote digestion and appetite and
easy passages of the bowels. Ask your
drupijlst ror them. a box.
There's nothing so yood for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.
Cures In a few hours. Relieves anv
pain In any part.
Good carving sets make excellent
Christmas presents. A complete line
will be found at Bauer's Hardware
Will Remodel Store Building.
The Journal Is Informed that the
property adjoining Kunsman &
Ramge's meat market on the east is
to be thoroughly overhauled and re
modeled. This property was pur
chased by W. W. Coates yesterday and
the lloor will be lowered, the front of
the building eitended, and plate glass
windows put In, thus making a very
desirable store building In the best
business section of the town. This
building has not been in keeping with
the other buildings In the block, and
the reconstruction will be hailed with
pleasure by our citizens.
Eee's Laxative Cough Syrupcon tain
Ing Honey and Tar Is especially appro
priate for children, no opiates or
poisons of any character, conforms to
the conditions of the National Pure
Food and Drug Law, June 30, 1900.
For Croup, Whooping Cough, etc.- It
expels Coughs and Colds by gently
moving the bowels. Guaranteed. Sold
by Gerlng & Co's drug store.
THi ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUQH SYRUP
cosTAiMNQ HONEY AND TAR
PUBLIC SALE !
I will fell at public acttlon at
my farm, two miles wesr,
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27,06
the following property to-wit:
9 milk cows, 2 fmh four soon will
be; 7 heifers 2J years old; ; heifers 1
years old, 3 steers 1 years old; 1 steer
21 years old; 1 Short-Horn bull; all in
good condition. 7 Head of Horses
weighing from 1100 to 1400 pounds and
in age from 5 to six years old. 4 Good
Brood Sows; 1 male Poland China. 1
good double-seated carriage; 1 lumber
wagon: 1 self-binder, 8-foot cut ( nearly
new); 1 cornplanter; 1 disc harrow; 1
3 section harrow; 1 2-row stalk cutter;
1 riding cultivator: 1 walking cultivat
or; 1 incubator and many other arti
cles too numerous to mention. Sale to
commence promptly at 10:00 o'clock.
Terms of Sale: All sums under $10
cash In hand: all over this amount a
creditof 1 year will beglven purchasers
to give notes with approved personal
security bearing 8 per cent Interest
from date. No property to be remov
ed until settled for.
W. 0. JONES,
irift is always a sensible
f trift. And "Queen Quality" Shoes are
more than useful they are beautiful.
A gift c? "Queen Quality" Shoes may be
not merely a gift of a pair of shoes, but the
very pair '6f shoes most desirable for the
recipient. And they are made in so great
a diversity of styles that every woman's
', fancy can be as perfectly suited as her feet
be shoes. Why not
Christmas" with a
$3-co. $3-50. $4-.
E. G. DOVEY & SON
canbeAhttcd.j Let it
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LORENZ BROS., Proprietors.
Groceries, Provisions and Meeats
1st Prize KDISON
12 Records $30 00
2nd Prize Century
Camera and Out
fit 15 00
3rd Prize Imported
Japanese Vase. .. 5 00
Total amount.. $50 00
Phil. S aii ter,
distributor of the
K (I I son I'Iioiio
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Contest will open November 1st, 1906, and close
May 1st. 1907. Coupons will be given with cash pur
chases only. Every $2.50 worth of coupons gets one
draw number. Begin when the contest begins, per
haps you will be the lucky one. Cost you nothing to
of All Kinds
We Are Re.dy
At present the best sight in town is our HANDSOME
STOCK OF HOLIDAY GOODS, which includes the pick
et the market in bright, fresh New Styles and Novelties
for the Xmas Season, and we are waiting to show it to you.
It Will Give You New Ideas
to sec Our Holiday Line because it contains everything to
make people happy, whether they are old or young.
Charming Gifts plenty o f
them waiting your inspection.
To look through our fine assort
ment is a pastime to price the
goods is a pleasure to possess
them is a privilege. Come and
see the best for Christmas in the
THE NKW, TIIK NOVEL
AND TIIK BEAUTIFUL
It is a stock to please the many
and save the money of all who
come. You'll trade with us simp
ly because you , can't duplicate
the goods for the price. What
eve. your wants may be, we can
meet them with the MOST DE
SIRABLE AND SATISFACT
. W rRARTI Watchmaker
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