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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1906)
dreii, is follows: Henry, John, Sm-1 gtK5yC5CC3g5CCr53ff
uel, Hannah, George and Fred, all of jT
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mm iouritatvrooDilia axu. ... .
Fireman's Brotherhood Makes
Charges Against the South
ern Pacific Railway Co.
JIIGROIS ABE FORCED TO WOBX
60 It Will Be Alleged to Labor Com
Company . Officials Say the Strike
k Barely Felt Engineers Confine
, loyal Fireman Abduct-
Houston. Tex., Doc. 27. Vice Grand
Master Shea, of the brotherhood of Lo
comotlve riremen, .announces Jhn4.be
will lay before Commissioner of JBu
bor Xeill. who Is due to arrive here
from Washington today, chnrcPH of
peonnse apalnst the Southern Purine
rnilronil, that company having com
piled negroes to serve as lirenien
apalnRt their will. Southern racltic
oBlelals declare that trains are beins
operated on schedule time.
All Trains llepoi-tetl Movinjr.
Reports to the headquarters of the
Atlantic system of the Southern Pa
cific lines covering twenty-four liow-t
show that the lines are experlenclnu
little di!llculty in oiieratlng trains on
account of the strike of the lix-nnio-tive
fm-nu-n. Fourteen freight train
out of sixteen scheduled were handled,
nil of the yard engines with the exieii
t!on of two nt San Antonio were work
ing also. All scheduled freight and
jinssenger trains and two extra freight
trains were operated on the Victoria
division, and on the Texas nnd New
Orleans east of this city all scheduled
trains were started. The same Is true
on the El Taso division west of San
Locomotive Brotherhood Satisfied.
At Lotto, near Fl Faso, Engineer
Kntr Is reported to have been assault
ee. by Brnkemnn Blnger nnd so severe
ly Injured that he could not eontmiie.
to run. II. E. Willis, assistant grand
ctief of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, says that his orsMiiln
Hon is thoroughly satisfied with the sit
nation, and nil Its members nre going to
Co all In their power to maintain their
contract with the railroad company
arid keep the trains moving.-
Swnn IW-nson will take nntlretliat on the I1M1
tin' iwm'p In mill fur Cuss con in v. Ni'liriisua. Ih-
Jil.T.'i. In an net Inn m-iid nir liefore lilin.wlii'ivin
Mrs. Illlina N.vdi-n Im ilalnt ItT anil Hwini llen-
Ison Istlefentliint. Unit imnirrt v of drfi'iidiiiit.
1 consisting of money In die liiinclsof the V. H. fi
Q. railway Co., tiuinlsliee. lias lieen ttaeneii
inn er nhIi onler. Mini cause was coiuiniicn
to the Mil ltiv of January. Iim7.nl Ho clock. 11. in.
.Mas. Mil. ma .yikn, nullum.
I II I
BUY it MOW
THIS is the season when everybody ct
look around for their fall and wint
The early buyer "usually nets the choice of the
new styles, and the best goods. We would there
fore suggest that you
ruilDUCE MARKETS I . . . .
. . . .1 Dun a n f latirlfl I V
Corrected weekly by Martin & Tool. v T.,'1 7 '" U
who pay n,e. highest prices for produce wno 90 "aaiJ raB u aur,D" uw
and guarantee satisfaction: Illness and death of our beloved father
. . I ma wlcrt tn avtanri nnr hnarlffl t. ml
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Caitle l.M)t,ndJ.S0 Jmtv Wkstlakk. II
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Aia llttnin, aAMl'EL WEHTLAKE, I
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AND FAM1L1KS. I ft I
liOCK ISLAND TIME TABLE. I A
Murdock Station. . . 0. u IK
Air. ana .irs. k. ciiieeuau, wiiuibm
WEST HOUND. U fr, vlsltlnif with the latter'i I ?4
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r 11 I nortoH last tvpnlnL' for their home In I
lsu. o. UJilll o.n.i V. lu. 1 f- d I tf
No. 37, mall 5:53 p. m. Galesburgr, 111. V
EAST BOUND. f
NO.W), freight 12:30 a.m. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. U
NO. 38, malL.s... ,10:55a.m. Krank Krecek will take notice that on the f
NO. 76, LOCal 1:14 p. ITfl, I Jit li (lay-ill viovi'liilHtr.. jiws n. An ner, jus- w
W A mail ) rn It lee of th lieaifi In anil for Cass county, Ne- f
XNO. 0. mail p. m. i.rL.. .n,i,l,T of attachment for the V
PaulSchewe shipped a car load or
cattle to South Omaha Wednesday. Frank Ki-ecek. is iefeniiant, O
Mrs. O. II. EpgleStOn Was a Capital U' . UarnWIiw. hasls-en atla. heil iinclet Milil ri
ro w I j'vixl.if hit. lit ntni wan i'ttlll llini'll t).lllllllllt-V I V
city visitor Wednesday. hni, 11m:, utttovim k.a. m. Il
,,,. , . . . HHAKTl I.IITIIINUI 11., rilllllllll. w
W. C. Monroe and John McCarty r
went down to Syracuse Wednesdays TT,PUMrUT UnT,r ft
search of work. .. ? ' "w, "7 . . . X
I r WUIl IKMlSOIl Will 1 RM IHH M r Ullll (III Uir mi 11 I K E
ilay of Noyemlicr. IKKl. M. Aivher a Jnsilce of V
he IS Working at the Carpenter trade Uneil anortler of altachmsnt for the sum of IV
n. . rtt. s, I 7 111 Oil (llM Mill lU'llflllllf iH'Il 111' 1 1 1 111 . W I II II 1 1 1 I .
in j;apia uty, &. u.
Henry Westlake received the sad
news of his father's death last Wed
nesday, Dec. 19, and left for Avoca
Mrs. II. J. MacArthur and daughter
are visiting relatives In Omaha this
II. P. Long and wife made a busi
ness trip to Lincoln last week.
Call at our Store
Early in the
and let us show you the many new things we
have in Men's and Boys' Clothing, and everything
in their wearing apparel from shoes to the hat.
Our line this season in every department is much
larger than ever before, and we earnestly request
you to call and "look us over."
All iM'isons Interested are hcrchy untitled
that on the tit li day of Deccnilier, A. II.. MM.
losephlno West, asthn executrix of the last
will and testament of and widow of John West,
lute of Cass count v. deceased, tiled hcriietltlon
with the county court of Cass county, iiraylnir
f... . Jlnnl u..lllnnn.lil . llli BI.UIII III . UUUII.lll
Stephen LeiS, Ralph LeiS and-Geo. exeeutrlx and the assignment hy I Ills court of I
T,.i,gnn VTay. ... iBiin tlie i-esl(tiie oi said esiaie uisucii ihtsoi s wimv
01 JaCK80n, JNeo., are VISlling ,,,,,,,, . , w ,l(,.,. That a hearlwr will
FIUE5IAN IS KIDN ATKI)
Taken OA His Knicine Hurried and to
an Unknown Fate.
leans, Pec. 27. A Southern
emmi Trnn taken, from his eu
n body of masked men at
otisas, I.n., nccorumg to a repon
elved here hy E. R. CuHhlng, gener-
superintendent of the Southern Pa
cific, dishing hnd no lnformtttion ns
1o whnt trentment the cttpttired fire
mnn rceclved. Kxeept for this lnei
dent Cindilng said that the firetnen'i
Ftrlke has caused no Herlous trouble
on this end of the Southern Pacific's
Atlantic division. Two guards nre
carried on every engine, and nil pas
fiercer nnd local freights have been
moved about on time.
dishing announced that the South
crn Pacific expects to remove the em
bargo on throuch freight which has
been maintained since the strike be
gnn. He said that through freight for
Louisiana and Texas points will again
lie accepted and that the through
freight trains will begin runnlnn
Teorin. 111.. Dec. 27. At the office
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men It Is stilted that there Is nothing
to be given out relative to the strike
on. the Southern Pacific, other than
that Orand Master John J. ltannahan
will probably leave before the latter
part of next week to take personal
charge of the strike for a time nt least.
Ilmnahnn has left for Galesbtirg to be
pone a few days, nnd It Is stnted thnt
lie left directions to say that he did
not think the situation nt this time
called for nuy public statements from
Boon Tired of Ills Enterprise,
Ni.w Ynrk Dec. 27. A Vienna dls-
patch published hero says that Arch
duke Iopold Salvntor.who renounced
his family rights four years ago nnd
married Wilhelmlna Adnmovlc, dnugn
relatives here during the holidays.
M. W. Moore was in Omaha last
II. Strickland and family are visit
ing at George Colbert's during the
Wm. Nellson is spending a few days
in Council Bluffs, visiting friends.
Sam Panska and Emll Miller came
down from school Friday, and will
spend their vacation at home.
Mrs. Conrad Wlrth is entertaining
a couple ef her neices, Mrs. and Miss
Amgwert, of Missouri.
Lee Walt and wife spent Xmas at
0. II. Eggleston's.
If we should happen to miss some of
you 'folks' this week please don't be
offended for we have had some work to
do of late.
Mrs. S. W. nam left for Murray
Orla P. Jones, with his best friend,
spent Christmas with relatives here,
returning to Grand Island Wednesday.
Mrs. II. V. McDonald and Mrs. II.
A. Tool are entertaining their mother,
Mrs. Jones, and their sister, Mrs. Be-
sack, of Stratton, at present.
Word was received here Saturday
evening of the arrival of a baby boy at
the home of O. T. Stewart last week.
Mrs. Burkbolder and a lady friend
from Woodrlver are spending the holt
Paul and Ernest Bornemeler left for
Des Moines Wednesday, where they
will attend school this winter.
Another little fistic encounter Satur.
day evening was put on the records
here. It's the same old story, one of
the participants is in bed paralyzed.
Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Keitzel are visit
ing at the home of F. Guthman this
Erhart Goebryc ame down Saturday
evening and stayed until Wednesday,
when he returned to his work at
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Gillespie are
entertaining their daughter, Mrs.
Maud Frizzell, this week.
E. T. Tool made his annual visit to
Acklcy Saturday, where be will visit
Mrs. August Kuehn and Mrs. Ed.
The OriRinal Lxative CourIj Syrup containing Honey and Tar. An Improvement over til CouRh,
Lung and Bronchial Remedies. Pleasant to the taste and Rood alike for young and old. All cough
svrura containing opiates constipate the bowels. Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowela
and contains no opiates. Prepared by PINL-ULE MEDICINE COMPANY, CHICAGO. U. S. A.
Sold at GERIN1 i ' Drug Store
lie had on said iietitloii In the county court al
riatlsinouth at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 13 Inlay
of January, Wo", and Judgment rendered
thereon. Hy the Court,
UAHVET II. TRAVIS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
1 j- In County Court.
In the matter of the estate of John II, Sum
ner, deceased. Notice Is heii hy irlven that the
creditors of sa Id deceased will meet the r.xe-
cutor of said estate, before me. County Jmlire
of Cass County, eliraska, at the comity t onrt
room In I'lattsmoutli. In said comity, on i ne
5th day of January, A. I).. Ii7. and on theTiih
dav of July. A. I..li7. at III o'clock a.m., each
day. for the purpose of present lni( their claims
for piamlnalinn. ui liistment and a owam'e.
Six months, from July &, lim". are allowed for
the creditor of said deceased to present their
claims, and one year Tor the Mcoutor U sett le
said estate, from the 2ilth day of Oclocer, A, l.
witness my hand and seal of said onnty
Court, at I'lattsmoutli, Nebraska, tlilsl:.'ih day
of I lecemticr, 1WH.. IIaiiviv It. TBAVis.
heal. I county J mute,
In County Court of Cass County, Nebraska.
In re estateof James I .,.. ........iifnrH.
All son. deceased.
Notice Is hereby irlven that there will lie
heariiiK on claims airtilnsl the estateof James
Allison, deceased, at my ottlce intiieiny or
I'lattsmoutli, County if Cass. Nebraska, on
January ath. WOo at It o clock, a. in., and on
June jut It, lim". at tln'clock a. m and that all
Inlmsnot tiled liefore .1 u lie ait h. ml. will lie
barred from imrtlcliiat Imr in said estate.
Hated this i:nh day or jitvcmlicr, A. It., n.
Hy t lie Court,
llAUVET H. THAVIS.
Iheal.1 County .ludire.
To Sallle A. Younir: You will take notice,
that on the Jilt b day of November. IWKl, Wash
A. Vou nir. ii a nt hT. tiled Ills petition In the
dlst rict court of Cass con nty, Nebraska.airalnst
you, the object and prayer Of such is'tll Ion Is
to obtain a (I I voire from you on the icrouudsof
extreme cruel! v and desert nil.
You are rei in I red to answer Main petition on
or Is'fore the Mlh day of Juuuary. limi.or Judg
ment of divorce will lie entered In favor of
said plaintiff, as prayed for In this iiel It ion.
Hated th sLVithdayor NovemlHT, llMi.
Wash A. YofNit, Plaintiff.
In County Court. Cass County. Nebraska,
In I he mutter of the estate of Andre W i lier.
deceased. All persons Interested In said estate
are hereby untitled that a lietltlon lias iM-en
tiled In said court alleirlnir that said deceased
died leavlnir no last w II and pray nir for ad
ministration uiKin his estate, and that a hear
ing will tie had upon said lietltlon liefore said
court on the 7th day of January. IIH7, and that
If they fall to appear at said court on the. said
Fill day of January, A. it., mo., at no clock a.
ni to contest said itctiiion, ine conn may
iftunl the same and trrant admires! ration to
Mary Welter or some other suit ame person and
proceed to a settlement niereor.
liy hum onri .
Haiivit I). Thavih.
(heal County J udtre.
! lusl Close Out Immediaf elv I
Having made all arrangements for removing to Omaha, I must
dispose of all my House. Furnishings, Furniture and Big Stock of
Stoves Regardless of Cost, before leaving Plattsmouth. For the
next two week, or as long as the goods are here, we will be able to
fit you-Cheaper than you ever before purchased such in Platts
mouth. Make no delay, but come now. I am going to leave and
must sell goods before going.
Will Dispose off my Team, Carriage, Wagon, Delivery Harness, Etc.
g Furniture Man
ter of a rostofllee employe, with whom
lie bm lived nenr Genevn, Is eeekiiiK a Thlmgan are vl8ltln? relatives at La
divorce. He hn aummonnl n lennn
lavfyer to ftrrnnue tertna with hm wife,
who hnn fiRrwd to the nepnratlon.
IUlltor of Iiiielfer" Iteleanod.
Invenworth, Knn., Pec. 27. Mow
H.trmnn. editor of I.uelfTer, n ChlefiRO
nnlillentlon, htm been relensed from tne
federul nrlHon here nfter mining a fen-
tenee for Bendlnir objeetltmiitdo mntter
throtmh the mulls. Hiirmnn wild thnt
Httrr vtaitinir rehiMvett In Knnsns ho
would rettn-n t riilertRo nnd resume
the publication of hi lmper.
TVote on the C htiteh IMI1.
l.ifU. Itec. 27. Attillnst the Rtilld
oniiosllloii of thf.Klcht the Koniite, by
1S.1 to N votes, referred the mipiile
nirtitnry eluiivh nnd Mate unmnttlon
bill to the committee on the neptinitln
of ehtireh nnd utate. The vote Is con
sidered to have been n test nnd as In-
p'urlnir the piissaRO of the menHtire hy
a Wg majority.
Kit lire Hulelde or Murder.
Jnrksonvllle. 1'Ia.. Iec. 27. The
.lend bodle of (ieorge ratterson, a
eah driver, and AJleo Clork, bordlna
Iiouae keeper, were found In different
roonn of the boordlnff. hmt. The in-
flleatlona are of either ulclde or mar
ker. No cauae ran be ateertalned. The
police are InventlgnUnff.
Mars, Iowa, at present.
Miss Maud Gorsage went down to
Auburn Tuesday to spend Christmas
under the parental roof,
Otis Jones, of Waverly, visited at 0.
II. Ewleston's Christmas.
Miss Edna Sharp, of Elmwood, visit
ed with Miss Maud Walt Tuesday.
Hoy C Moore's baby Is on the sick
Flovd Cole and a lady friend, of
Weepinff Water, visited In our burg
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Another Pioneer Paatea Away.
Mr. Wm. Westlake died at his home
two miles north of Avoca, December
in, l'.iOfl, aged seventy years, two
months and liftecn days. Mr. West-
lake was born October 4, 18.1(1, In
Devonshire, England, lie came with
his parents to America, when ten
years of age. They settled In Canada,
where he was reared to man's estate.
He was married November 11, 183S,
to Miss Anna Graham; moved to Ne
braska In 18C7 and settled in Avoca
precinct, where ho had since lived, and
was beloved by all who knew him.
This union was blessed with six chll-
UniWvlllo nml Nmtli He lid. dully
No. IK -I'lii-ltic Junction
No. 4 Um-iiI until nd rxprcnit nisi...
Dully except Sunduy
DAILY LOCAL EVENTS.
John Harvey and wife who were here
to spend Xmas with his parents, de
parted this afternoon for their home
In Ocoma, S. I).
Misses Iiella Tartsch and Ameh
Martens went to Lincoln this jnofh-
Ing to attend the Teachers' .ssocia
There's nothing so good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.
Cures It In a few hours. Relieves any
pain In any part.
Mrs. Louise Klein of Omaha is In
town for a week's visit with hw
mother and sister, Mrs. Ilempcf and
daughter, Miss Teresa.
Mrs. 0. W.Goodman who has been
enjoying a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Harvey, returned
this afternoon to her home In Have-lock.
Harney Miller departed yesterday to
spend a few days on his farm near
Jamesport, Davlcs county, Mo. Mr.
Miller expects to occupy the same In a
Ray Waterman who formerly resided
In this city, but is now In the manu
facturing business In Minneapolis,
Minn.. Is In town for a visit with his
Uncle John Waterman.
Wm. Jackson, of Des Moines, Iowa,
and Miss Estelle Doak, of Glcnwood,
Iowa, arc here visiting Mrs. K. K.
Barker. Mr. Jackson Is a brother and
Miss Doak Is a niece of Mrs. Ilarkcr.
Mrs. O. Piestrupand son and daugh
ter of Mlnden. Neb , who have been
visiting with the family of her broth
S. W. Thomas, traveling salesman
for the wholesale grocery house of H.
P. Law of Lincoln, with headquarters
at Alliance, Neb., came in last night
and surprised his parents with a brief
Your money refunded If after usln
three-fourths (!) of a tube of Man.an,
you are dissatlstled. Return the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
your money will be cheerfully re
turned. Tade advantage of this offer.
Sold by Gerlng & Go's firug store.
To feci strong, have goal appitlte
and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy
lire, use Hurdock Blood Hitters, the
great system tonic and builder.
Itch! Itch! Itchl-Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more you scratch the
worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment.
It cures pllcs.ec.cma.any skin Itching..
All druggists sell it.
John Habschcldtand wife and l eter
Spader and wife, from the vicinity of
Murray, were visiting at the home of
Mrs. Matt Spader on Xmas day.
Trains Leave as Follows:
No. I tiora.1 exurraa. to Iowa Dolnla.
cuic&ko anu me etna :ki pat
No. 14 Fast expreM, dully, froml.ln-
coin torn. Jimcpii. KaiiHHHUiy.M.
ixtuia. uniciuro. una an ixmiu earn
and anulh 8:30 nm
No. H From Onmlia 4 M urn
No. 3D Freight, dal y except Nundity, 4:U0 pm
no. o inrmiKHveauuuiwi exprckt rur
ail poinuenKt, 7:57 am
No. 20 From liniulia. 4:40am
No. 11 ioeal express, dully, Onutlin,
Lincoln, Deliver and Intermediate
mutton. 7:57 am
No. 71- list mull, dully, to Utnulia and
NO. M" Ijociu expri'SH.iiiiisviiii.Asli-
mni. uhihki, hotiuyier, uiuiy ex
cept Sunduy 3:30 urn
NO. IJ-Llncolii. (initio Isiiuiii. iiiu.-k
Illlls, Alontittiii and I'lii lllc norili-
est 10:18 Dm
NO. sn-liiM'iii rrciirnt. to crnur vtn K
i pouiii iteiiu, cntiiy . . ... . ,.. j ...,t.i,i
7:nnm cr in-iaw, a. i icsirup, uei'atnu im
niniL,i,nilnii fnp Pi i-unti In. wherftttiev
will visit with rciames oeiorc rci
THE PALACE MARKET
'I'hone No. Hi
LORENZ BROS.. Proprietors.
Groceries, Provisions and Meeats
Missouri Pacific Time Tairi
TUAINS OOINO NOHTH.
Omaha F press 6:34 am
Neliraska Mall 4:4! pm
Local FrvlKlii 147 pm
TUAINS OOINO SOUTH.
No. 103 :io
No.lM 11:69 pm
g homo. 1
Ileo's Laxative Cough Syrupcoutaln-
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, HKW.
For Croup, hooping Cough, etc. It
expels Coughs and Colds by gently
moving the bowels. Guaranteed. Sold
by Gerlng & Co's drug store.
1st Prize KDISON
12 Records WO 00
2nd Prize Century
Camera and Out
fit 15 00
3rd Prize Imported
Japanese Vasc ... 5 00
dlotrllnilor of tlie
irrniilt and lii-i-oriN.I'Inti-niHuitli.
Total amount.. 550 on
I .- I'
Contest will open Xovcmbcr 1st, 1906, and close
May lst.17. Coupons will be given with cash pur
chases only. Every $2.50 worth of coupons pets one
draw number. Begin when the contest begins, per
haps you will be the lucky one. Cost you nothing to
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