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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1907)
From Friday's I'allv.
Miles Standish, of Murray, is a busi
ness visitor today in the city.
()car and Lloyd Gapin, fr.jm Murry,
were in the city for a few minutes last
evening, on their return from So.
Omaha where they had cattle on
to day's market.
Master Sedric liaton, son of Mrs.
J. W. Gamble, has decided to become
a farmer for the summer, having en
gaged with W. II. Roden, a prominent
farmer, living near Elmwood.
MrsLillie Furlong, of Steamboat
Springs, Colo,who is visiting with her
parent, Mr and Mrs Win Taylor,
accompanied by her sister, Miss Belle
Taylor, are vis t'ng in Omaha to
day. John Reasoner of Bonestee), South
Dakota, came in yesterday and trans
acting business in the city today. He
sold to John Busche lot No. 91, Bill
ings' addition to the city of Platts
roouth, containing about an acre, for
John Spangler, one of our prosper
farmers, living near Murray, is in the
city today looking after some business
matters and showing the city to two
very enterprisinp, and enthusiastic
younp Americans who are making
their home with him.
John Lewis and wife, from Union,
were in the city last night in attend
ance at the commencement exercises
fctayirjg with friends over night, and
visiting with Mrs. Lewis' parents, V.
S. Barker and wife, today before re
S. L. McGaw, of Osceola, a brother
of Mrs W. D. Jones, accompanied by
his daughter, came in yesterday to be
present at the commencement exer
cises, and were guests of the Jonses
over eight, returned home this morn
ing. Mrs. R. S. Clutter, of Ottumwa, Iowa,
a sister of W. A. Young, who came to
Tlattsmouth with the intention of
keeping house for her brother, received
a message calling her home, and de
parted on last evening train.
C. W. Nix came in last night, from
Dunning were he has been liv'ng for
some years past. He paid this office
a very plesant call, and departed for
Murry where he bad lived for some
twenty years, moving from there to
his present home.
W. W. Tunison, of Malvern, Iowa,
was in the city over night and made
arrangements to move here from that
place, in a short time. Mr Tunison is
an expert painter and paper hanger.
Mrs.George Dodd and little Marion,
departed this afternoon for Council
Bluffs and Mo. Valley, Iowa, where
they will visit for some time, then will
proceed to Lincoln for a short visit
with friends before returning to their
home in Kansas City.
Frank Wheeler, who went to Omaha
yesterday to be present at the oper
ation upon his brother for appendi
citis, met Mont, and they came to
Plattsmouth and stayed until this
afternoon, when they returned and
Mont will be operated upon this even
ing. Emmet Sheehan, well known in
this city has recieved a promotion in
his line of work, which is worth while.
He has been made chief of construct
ion of the steel bridge work for the
comptny which he represents. This
is the same position that his uncle
had while here erecting the new steel
bridge . some few years since. Emmet
will have his head quarters at Kansas
City, while his uncle who retains his
position will continue to have his
Leacl-iuarters at Galesburg, 111. Many
of th-2 friends of Mr. and Mrs. .Shuhau
will be pleased to learn of this well
deserved promotion. Mr. Shuhau is a
son-in-law of postmaster C. II. Smith
Krj:a i-iturday's Daily.
Fran Roardman. from below
Murry, was in the city last evening on
Frank McNurlin from south of Ced
ar Creek, was in the city today looking
after some business at the court house.
Margaret Mauzy, who has been
visiting at the home of her sister,
Mrs. T. J. Told, of Wahoo, returned
A. S. Will was a passenger to Avery
where he goes to look after some brick
for the foundation for his house which
he will soon erect on Chicago avenue.
Henry Kaufman and wife and Wm.
Kaufman and wife departed forStorm
Lake, Iowa, this morning where they
will visit with relatives and friends
for a few days.
Uncle Lemon Bates, who has been
visiting at Malvern, Tabor and other
Iowa points for some two weeks, re
turned home this morning, saying
that he enjoyed himself nicely while
W. B. Banning, the hustling grain
and lumber meichant and all-around
worker, of Union, was in the city last
evenirg looking after some business
matters and in attendance at the
Joseph Macolm, the Nebawka
miller, came in last night looking
after business in his line, and sold a
carload of the output of bis mills.
The Nehawka flower has gained con
siderable fame by its excelency.
From Monday'sDaily .
Wm. Barclay was a passenger to
Cedar Creek this morning.
I'nilip Meisinger and daughter,
Lena, were passengers to Omaha on
the fast mail this afternoon.
E. C. Vanhorn who has been visit
ing in this city and Omaha for a day
or so, returned to his work at Cedar
Creek this morning.
W. L. Stevenson, of Nebraska City,
was in the city this morning, looking
after some business matters, fifing to
Omaha later in the day.
Mrs. Bridget Ryan, of Greenwood, is
in the city today, appearing before the
board of commissioners, who set as a
board of equalization, regarding the
assessment of her property.
J. R. Cathey of "Weeping Water
came in over the Missouri Pacific this
morning, and after transacting some
business returned on the afternoon
train. He is an old resident of Cass
county, but seldom gets over to the
John Guies, of Lincoln, a brother of
Fred Guies, accompanied by his
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Guies, came in
Saturday and are visiting with the
family of his brother in the south part
of town. Mr. Gu'es is looking around
for some property and if he can find
such as suits him at a price which he
thinks right, will buy.
Mayor Gorder dropped the reins of
the goverment of Weeping Water,
and donned that smile that iwon't be
erased," bought a ticket ver the
Missouri Pacific, paying .pot cash
therefor, and landed in "Dear Old
Plattsmouth" where he visited with
his mother and other relatives, and
incidentally talked farm implements
with bis brother, August. He return
ed this evening.
Mrs. E. A. Holyoke and daughters.
Margaret andPleasant, who have been
visiting in the city, departed for her
home at Fairmont this afterncon.
W. W. Tunison came in from Mai
vern, Iowa, last evening, and when he
can secure a house in which to live,
will move his family to Plattsmouth
and become a citizen of this thriving
Mariiage license were granted this
morning to Ralph Karl Towle, aged 23,
of South Omaha and Alice Lucille
Sullivan, aged 23, of Plattsmouth, the
ceremony is to be performed by Rev.
Miss Florence Fassbender, who has
been visiting in the city for the last
few days, departed for Omaha this
afternoon where she will visit for a
short time before returning to her
home at Wahoo.
From Tuesday's Pally
Mrs. A. I. Busier and son, Ilerma
Royal, departed for Lincoln today,
where they will make their home, Mr.
Busier having bought property there
some time ago. In their new home
we wish them prosperity and hapiness.
The case in Judge Archer's court, of
W. F. Gillespie vs the Missouri Pacific
Railroad by agreement of the parties,
Mr. Glilespie to pay the cost, which
amount to three dollars, and the
Missouri Pecific to pay him -SllO.OO
which settles the case.
Marriage license were issued toChas.
A. Ashman of Fremont aged 27 and
Miss Aurel E. Bragg of Elmwood,
aped 22. The wedding will occur at
Elmwood next Thursday, S. I. Hart
ford of the Congregational church of
that place, will officiate. They
will make their home at Fremont.
Frank Warner, who, it will be re
membered went so Elmwood some
time since and who is farming cut
there was in the city Saturday even
ing and was looking after some busi
ness matters. Frank says they had a
very hard rain out there Thursday
night, which washed out three acres
of.com for him. He return home Sat
urday. John T. Woody, and wife and
daughter, Ethel, who have been visit
ing with the families of John Living
ston, Fred Beins, and Mrs. J. W.
McCroskey, departed for Omaha this
afternoon. From there Miss Ethel
will return to their home at Newton
Iowa, while her father and mother
will go to Worlding, Wyoming, for
a short visit, after which they will
proceed to Medford, Oregon where
Mr. Woody's brother, A. N. Woody
lives. Here they expect to reman
during almost the entire summer.
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Every item in this Ve are never too busy to show jjood??, but we are sometimes too Not
Ad busy to write adds. Such has been the case the last week. We could what vm pay
is worth of your simply not et to it, and now we are kroin to make up for lost time. 'n,t
consideration; ye are constanty getting in new goods and they are here for your in- what you get
Don't run through spection and and vou may rest assured that there is always something 's the I
too hurndly. new n our store. Below we give vou some idea of this week's ofTerinj: best of value
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WHITE GOODS LAWNS AND WASH GOODS PARASOLS HOSE
Persian Lawns from per yard - 15c to 50c 30 inchs wide several patterns for a Large assortment of ladies' parasols,
French Lawn 48 inches wide from per nice cool wrapper or Kimona, this finest qualities, lowest prices.
yard .... 25c to 60c sale per yard - - ' - 7c White plain and embroidery 85c-3.50
Dimity per yard ... 10c to 30c Wash Goods in numerous designs in dots, One case Ladies' Kmbroidered Hose at 15c
Dotted Swiss and Kmb. Swiss - 15c to 75c checks and plaids at popular prices. per pair as long as they last.
You May Search the Market as Close as You
Good Silk Umbrellas this week for
White Canvass Oxfords - - - .$1-35 and $1.50
Children's and Misses' - - - 90c, $1.00 and $1.10
is Remnant Day. Come and see if there is something you can
use among them. They are certainly cheap.
:::: We Pledge Full
7 bars Lenox 25c 5 bars Xaptha . . 25c
7barsW.R 25c 6 bars Fairy. - ..25c
7 bars Diamond C 25c 3 bars Grandpa-. 25c
7 bars S. P 25c
3 boxes Vigor . . .2Sc 3 boxes Kxcell. . 2Sc
3 boxes Eggosee.28c 2 boxes C Wheat 28c
3 boxes Toasted Corn Flake 2Sc
James Hatchett, of Murray, is a
business visitor in the country seat
G. G. MeisiDger is in Omabh this
afternoon to see Mrs. Meisinger, who
is in a hospital at that place.
Charlie Johnson, Louisville's gen
tlemanly barber, was in the city today
visiting friends and transacting some
Chris Gauer, of Louisille, was a
business visitor in the city today.
W. F. Tracy, tbeUnion banker, was
a business visitor at the county seat
Floyd Cehfant, who had been sick
with the tonsilitis, is so far recovered
that he is able to be out again, and
was in the city Saturday evening.
Itching piles provoke profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan's
Ointment cures itching, bleeding or
protruding piles after years of suffer
ing. At any drug store.
W. C. Belvieu, of Elmwood, was in
the city on business this morniDg and
in the afternoon was a passenger to
Omaha. County Clerk Rosencrans
accompanied him to the metrpolis
F. G. Egenberger recently purchas
ed an old building on Viue street just
across the creek from Washington
Ave , which he is having torn down as
it is an eyesore. This is an old land
mark dating back almost as long ago
as the arrival of the oldest inhabitant.
One by one the old landmarks co in
evolution of change for the better con
dition. Henry Long from below Murray was
in the city this afternoon and made
this office a pleasant call, and while
here said he just received a letter
from his wife who is at Beaver City, in
the western part of the state, which
stated that the recent rains were giv
ing evidence of a bountiful harvest
and the wheat would yield twenty
bushels per acre.
A. L. Cox, formerly of Mynard,
who some time ago went went to
Nebraska City and embarked in busi
ness, was in the city for a few mom
ents today, and in conversation with a
reprcssnative of this paper said: "I am
doing nicely down there; have a good
business." Some time ago Mr. Cox
conceived the idea of carrying a stock
of goods, all articles of which should
not sell for a higher price than ten
cents, and selecting Nebraska City as
his field he embarked in the business,
and is doing well is good news to his
many friends. He is moving his
family to the city to-day.
From Wednesday's daily.
II. G. Wellsmach, Avoca's banker,
was in the city today on business.
A. L. Carper, of Nehawka, was in
the county seat today on business.
Martin Steppet, wife and daughter,
Emma, are visiting in Omaha today.
Value For EVERY
2 cans Tomatoes. . .25c 4 cans Corn 25c
2 cans Peas
4 cans Salmon .
6 cans Sardines
2 cans Kraut. .
1 can or Peaches. .
1 can W Grapes loc
20 LBS. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.00
Are Fresh And Comply With The
Thomas Murtey, one of Weeping
Water's bankers, is in the city today
C. D. Clapp of Elmwood is in the
city today looking after some business
at the court house.
Commissioners Marshall and Switzer
are in Red Oak, Iowa, today looking
after some business matters for the
Chas. Neligb, who lives at Wisner,
and is farming with his father, was in
the city over night, returning home
A. D Zarr of South Bend, was in the
city today looking after some dusiness
matters at the court house and inci
dentally renewing acquaintances.
Wm Delles Dernier, Elmwood's
popular attorney, was in the city to
day looking after some legal business
at the county's big office building.
Wm Jessup, Ed Doty and Fitchorn
from the reservation across the river,
are in the city to-day, attending to
some business affairs and renewing
Julius Pepperberg and wife went
out to Lincoln this afternoon, to at
tend the commencement exercises of
the state university. Roy Pepperberg
who has been a student there for some
Henry Ilirtz, one ofo.'er substantial
farmers west of town, is making some
improvements at his home in the
shape of papering and painting his
residence. M. W. Thomas and son,
Louis, are doing the work.
Judge and Mrs. B. S. Ramsey de
parted for Lincoln this afternoon,
where they will attend the commence
ment exercises at the state university.
Willie Ramsey completes his law
course w ith this term and graduates.
Miss Alberta Thomas, youngest
daughter of J. W. Thomas, departed
for Wilbur on the early morning train
today, where she will visit with her
sister during vacation of the schools,
returning home in time to again enter
school at the beginning of the coming
Misses Alma Larson, May Larson,
Bernice Newell and Teressa Hempel
were passer gjrs to Billevue o l the fast
mail, where they will witness a ball
game between the College Alumni
and the Ft. Crook team, and also to
attend the graduating exercises at
Mrs. Ellis Goolsb, accompanied by
her two children, Larry and Eunice
Cline, were passengers to Omaha this
morning where they will visit for a
few days, after which Miss Eunice
will go to Goodland, Kansas, for an
extended visit, and Mrs. Goolsby and
Larry will return home.
Engineer Ed Johnson and daughter,
Bessie, were visiting with the former's
parents in tbis city during the fore-1
Wish You Will not Find
Children's plain and fancy from - - 25c to $1.00
Union Suits from - . - - - - 38c to $1.00
Gauze Vests, good tape vest, fine value - S' .c
Full size, beautiful designs in Crochet and Marcailles
from ..... $1.00 to $5.00
CENT That You
2 cans VV Beans ...25c
1 lb can B Beans ..10b
2 cans Pumpkin .. .l!tc
2 cans Huminy 19c
1 can of Apricots, .lite
1 can Plums 19c
noon, returned to their home at Lin
coln on the fast mail. Miss Nannie
Gates of Chicago, a trained nurse hav
ing headquarters at St. Louis, and
who has been visiting with the John
s n family, accompanied them to Lin
col for a short visit.
J. P, Falter, reports having sold to
day, the Wm. Sayles farm of thirty
acres, south of the city, for $3,500, to
John Gcis, of Lincoln, who will
move to this place and make his home.
Also, 20 acres just this side of the
coun tyfarm at $125.00 per acre, and
the farm of Louis Shiutz,consistsng of
thirty acres at $75.00 per acre to
E. II. Burnett was a passenger to
Glenwood, Iowa, this morning where
he goes on business.
David Heil, of Ashland, is in the city
looking after the rip-rap work that is
being done across the river.
Robert Shrader and Delbert Switzer,
from Nehawka, are in the city looking
after some business matters.
Mrs. A.F. Seybert came in from Oma
ha last evening and departed for her
home at Cullom this morning.
Rev. J. T. Baird is attending the
comrnencerr eat exercises at the close
ing of the Bellvue College today.
Mrs. Nancy McNurlin came up
from Murray last evening, and is visit
ing at the home of her son, John
McNurlin, in this city.
John McNurlin departed this after
noon for Louisville, where he will
look after some elevator work for the
remainder of the week.
Wm. Nichols, from near Murray,
was a business visitor in the county
seat today looking after some legal
business at the court house.
Miss Bessie McGuire, w ho has been
visiting in the city with her friend
Miss Lena Fricke, departed for her
home in Wisconsin this afternoon.
J. W. Amick and wife, of Weeping
Water, and Superintendent Watkins,
of Sunny Hill Sunday school, are in
the city at the convention.
Mrs. Christ Mockenhaupht, and
daughter Minnie, were passengers to
Omaha and Council Bluffs this morn
ing, where they vsiil visit relatives
G. T. Fisher, representing the
Jewel Tea Combany, was in last even
ing and is looking after the interest
of the firm that be represents, in the
way of collections.
A party consisting of Russell York,
Berge Miles, Jesse Brady and Hank
York are seeing sights in the metrop
olis of Nebraska and Council Bluffs,
Iowa, this afternoon.
Those from Louisville to attend the
convention are, James Stander E.
Palmer, and Mrs. Amelia Lofgreen,
the remainder will be in tomorrow,
Bargains to Equal These
Invest With Us
1 lb M. & J 35c 1 lb Our Mend -30c
1 lb H. Blend. . .25c 1 lb Lava B 20c
1 lb Hot Shot - - -15c 2 lbs C. & S 75c
2 lb can Advona 50c
1 lb Gun Powder 70c 1 lb S D Jap 60c
1 lbK Breakfast 70c 1 lb Japtea 75c
1 lb tea dust 20c
Pure Food Law
when the most interesting portion of
the work will occur.
Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or
burns, without a scar. Cures piles,
eczema, salt rheum, any itching.
Doan's Ointment. Your druggist
Mrs. Dr. Talcott, Mrs. Howard, and
Mrs. Ballinger, of Greenwood, came in
this morning as the representatives of
the Sunnay School at that place, for
today, the remainder of the delegates
are to come tomorrow.
Edgar Mark, who formerly lived near
Union, but now residing in Furnas
county, accompanied byhisliitle son,
came in from the west this morning
and went down to Union to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Todd, which occurs to
day. Mi.ss Anna Heisel, Mrs. T. M. Pat
terson and son, Jack Patterson, Mrs.
J. D. Cross and Miss Emma Meyers
made up a jolly party, who went to
Bellevue to be present at the closing
of the school at that place.
Mrs. Kate Oliver and daughter,
Carrie Oliver, and granddaughter,
Kathryn Schraak, Mrs. D. C. Morgan
and daughter, Gertrude were passen
gers to Bellvue the morning, where
they will visit friends and attend the
Major J. Hall, wife and two child
ren, Elizabeth and Isaac, departed via
the early Missouri Pacific train for
Los Angeles, this morning to be gone
all summer. They go fir-it to Salem,
Oregon, and after they have visited
there will go to Los Angeles.
Mrs. M- E. Manspeaker, George
Bruhl, Pula Goose, Helen Goose. C!ar
ance Brown. Pearl Mumm and Lloyd -
Brown, constituted a jolly party who
journeyed to Cedar Creek this morn
ing. They will endeavor to make a
treaty of peace, offencive on the part
of the tihers. and without a shaiawof
a defence on the part of tiie fish if
they ever get hooked, and that wiil be
the object of the party.
Petersen & Cf'peman, the pro
prietors of the Electric theatre and
Penny arcade are here and fixing up
and arranging for the opening of their
amusement palace, in the Wetenkamp
building. Part of their supplies are
to come from Detroit, Mich., and they
do not know just when they will be
here, but expect them in a few days.
They expect to have all in readiness
for the beginning very soon.
Ray Essex, the baggageman at the
Missouri Pacific station, Richard ( Dad)
Hale, the gentlemanly and efficient
night operator, and the latter's
brother-in-law, Clyde Hudson, went to
Omaha this morning on the Missouri
Pacific, where they will see the city
and witness the ball game between
Sioux City and Omaha. This game
will be essentially an Indian game, or
a game of the tribes.
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