The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, October 03, 1907, Image 2

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    THE CITY
PLATTSMOUTH
AND
VICINITY.
From KrWiiyS f):tllv.
Ed. (Iraves, of Murray, was a visitor
in tliu city this morning.
Andy Sutton was a visitor in the city
this morning from Rock UlufTs.
George Horn, of Cedar ('reek, was a
business visitor in the city today.
1'eter Meisinger, of Cedar Creek, was
a visitor in the city this morning.
Dr. I!. I1. Brendel of Murray was a
business visitor in the city today.
Jacob Meisinger of near Cullom was
a business visitor in the c ity tins after
noon. Ferdinand Ilenuing, from near Cedar
Creek. w:.s a visitor in the city this
this morning.
II. T. Richards, of Wabash, was in
the city this morning IMking after
some business matters.
II. A. Young, from Nehawka. was a
business visitor in the city this morning
having some business matters to look
after at the court house.
K. R. Todd returnee! this morning
from Wahoo. where he has been the
guest at the home of his son Dr. T. J.
Todd of that place.
I). W. Foster, who came up from
Union yesterday, was a passenger to
Omaha this morning, where he has some
business to look after.
I. C. VV. Murray was a passenger to
Omaha this afternoon, where he goes
for treatment for his eye which he got
something in some time since.
George Kroehler departed for Daven
port, Iowa, this morning on the early
Kurlington train, where he will visit his
son, John Kroehler. who is located at
that place.
M. S. Davis, west of Murray, is build
ing a new barn and an extensive
granery on his farm, making better
facilities for handling his crops. James
Leek and D. M. Stanley are doing the
work.
r Fred Engelkemeier, who has been at
Flainview for some time past, visiting
with friends and relatives, a guest at
the home of his brother-in-law, Julius
Kitchon", returned home this morning.
C. E. Mctzger, democratic candidate
for clerk of the district court,
was a Louisville visitor Monday. Mr.
Metzger will make a thorough canvas
of the county before the November
election and try to convince the voters
that he is entitled to their support.
Chris is one of the best young men in
the county and his qualifications will
not be questioned. Louisville Courier.
John Hennings of near Eight Mile
Grove was a business visitor in the city
today.
Mrs. Margaret SchaefFer, who has
been visiting at I'lainville, returned
home last evening after an extended visit
with friends and relatives.
From Saturday's Daily.
John Earl, of Murdock, was a busi
ness visitor in the city last evening, re
turning home this morning.
Isaac Tennent, from Louisville, was a
business visitor in Plattsmouth this
morning, having business at the court
house.
Lloyd Gapen from near Murray was
a business visitor in the city today,
having some affairs to look after at the
court house.
J. M. Ward, of Wabash, was a bus
ness visitor in the city this morning,
coming to look after some business at
the court house.
W. C. Carrier of Union was looking
after some business in the county seat
this afternoon, and renewing acquaint
ances in the city as well.
J. M. Woodard of Elmwood, the mana
ger of the Independent telephone com
pany at that point, is in the city for a
couple of days, looking after some busi
ness matters.
John Buck and wife, of west of the
city, departed this afternoon for New
Castle, Wyo., where they will visit for
about two months with their son. Lewis
Buck and family.
John Ossenkop and son. Fred, came
in this morning from Louisville, and are
visiting at the home of Frank E.
Schlater ami looking after businers in
the county seat.
D. W. Foster of Union was a busi
ness visitor in the city this afternoon,
where he is consulting about the house
which he has under contemplation of
building on his farm in the south part
of the county.
G. M. Porter, wife and Mrs. Stephen
Buzzell, were passengers to Glenwood
this morning, where the ladies will visit
with their friend. Mrs. Elmer Yonkers,
while George will look after the inter
esss of the Omaha Iiee.
The H. G. Van Horn Phonograph
Compam has recently been dissolved
and has been succeeded by the Platts
mouth branch of the Nebraska Cycle
Company, with S. D. Gibson as pro
prietor and manager. They are placing
on sale today October Edison records,
and tomorrow will have on sale October
Victor records.
From Moiiilay'xliaily .
E:irl Jenkins of Murray was a busi
ness visitor in the city this morning.
W. F. Tracy, of Union was a visitor
in the city today, having business at the
court house.
Jacob Meisinger was a visitor in the
metropolis, having some business mat
ters to look after today.
Harry Reed, of Weeping Water,
came in this morning and is looking
after business at the court house.
T. S. Allen, chairman of the demo
crats .state central committee, was a
visitor in the city this morning, be
tween trains.
Mrs. Geo. W. Kinser will depart tc -morrow
morning for Uristow, Okla,,
where she will visit for some three
or four months, with her sister,
Mrs. Lulu A. Wittens.
John Kuhney came up yesterday from
Nehawka to visit with his family and
two sisters, Mrs. C. E. Shiffer, of
Nodaway, Iowa and Mrs, Lulu M.
Woods, of Seward, this state, who are
in the city to visit with him and other
relatives.
W. S. Leyda and family, who have
been in the city for the past few days
visiting with the families of his brother
John M. Leyda and County Clerk, W.
E. Rosencrans, departed last evening
on the late train for their home at
Falls City.
John Albert, of Cedar Creek, was a
business visitor in the city this morning.
L. D. Switzer of Weeping Water
was a visitor in the city, called here by
the meeting of the county commission
ers. John Meisinger, of Cedar Creek, came
in this morning and will visit in the city
for the day, and see his daughter, Miss
Mary Meisinger, depart for Pekin, 111.,
where she will visit for some time.
Miss Rosa Mumm, one of the teachers
in the Alvo school, spent Saturday and
Sunday with home folks, returning to
her school yesterday evening. While
here she called at this office and order
ed the Journal sent to J. H. Weichel,
at whose home Miss Mumm is boarding
for the winter. I
Phillip Stoehr, came in this morning
with his daughter. Miss Maggie, who
will depart this afternoon for Pekin,
111., in company with John FornofT and
Phillip FornofT and wife who have been
visiting here for some two weeks from
Illinois, and are now returning home.
Mrs. John Gauer of Cedar Creek, will
also accompany them for a visit at the
oldhome at Pekin.
From Tuesday's Daily
S. W. Orton. of Weeping Water, was
a visitor in the city this morning.
L. D. Switzer, who has been in the
city for the last few days, departed for
his home at Weeping Water, this after
noon. Mrs. G. W. " Kinser departed this
morning for Bristow, Oklahoma, where
she will visit with her sister during the
winter.
Mrs. Henry Hennings was a passen
ger to Omaha this afternoon, where
she will visit friends and relatives and
attend the fall festivities.
Mrs. Nicholas Todd returned this af
ternoon from a visit at St. Joseph, Mo.,
and a number of points in Iowa, where
she has been visiting for some time.
C. F. Rheihart, who has been visiting
in Dunbar, Neb., for the past few days,
passed through the city this morning,
enroute for his home at Cedar Creek.
George Hild and wife, of Pekin, 111.,
who have been visiting with relatives
and friends in the city, and also in
Knox and Pierce counties for the past
two weeks, departed for their home
last evening.
George J. Meisinger, of west of My
nard, was a pleasant caller at the office
of the Journal this afternoon while in
the city. George is a very pleasant
gentleman whom we delight to meet.
Call again George.
John Sherman, son of C. W. Sherman,
formerly proprietor of the Journal at
this place, was here from Chicago this
morning for a short time. John is now
engaged with a show which is playing
at the Boyd theatre this week. He
says two of his brothers. Frank and
Bert, are in Chicago, and that Bert was
married this summer.
A. B. Fornaff of Cullom was a busi
ness visitor in the city this morning.
Mrs. E. J. Ethrege, of Greenwood, a
sister of Mrs. S. E. McElwain. came in
this morning and will visit with her sis
ter for a few days, after which she will
depart for Pleasantville, Iowa, where
she will visit with relatives for some
time.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tha Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
From WfUnehaay'h daily
W. H. Marks of Union, was a busi
ness visitor in the city today.
.,. A. L. Becker, of Uuion, was a visitor
in the city last evening, having business
at the county seat.
A. S. Will departed this afteinoon
for Akron, Colo., where he goes to look
after the remainder of his cattle.
John A. Davis, of near Nehawka, de
parted this morning for Bolckow, Mo.,
where he goes to visit his mother.
The commissioners have ordered a
cement walk bnilt around the court
house, and have advertised for bids
for its construction.
Dr. T. J. Todd, wife and little son,
came in this morning from Wahoo, and
will visit with friends and relatives in
the city for a few days.
Thomas Troop was a passenger to
Cedar Creek this morning, where he is
engaged in working with' the bridge
gang of the Burlington.
Dr. E. D. Cummins was a passenger
to Omaha-this morning, where he is
looking after some hospital work which
he has in charge there.
Mrs. John Meisinger jr., who was
taken to the St. Joseph Hospital at
Omaha, where she underwent an opera
tion for appendic itis is reported as get
ting along nicely.
I. S. White and wife were visitors in
the city from Rock Bluffs. Mr. White
and wife are thinking of coming to
town to live and are looking for a suit
able place for a home.
Robt D. Moffitt, who formerly livedi n
this city, working at the store of Zuck
weiler & Lutz, but who has been living
at Red Oak for some time past, came in
last evening and will again enter the
employment of the above mentioned
firm, and will again become a resident
of our city.
August Lake and Louis Brasch, of
Heebner, who have been visiting at the
home of their sister, Mrs. G. G. Hoff
man for some time past, in company
with the Hoffman family are visiting
the Ak-Sar-Ben today.
J. J. Andres, constable at Greenwood,
came in this morning, having in charge
Geo. Birks, who had been convicted at
that village for being drunk and disord
erly and who was consigned to the
county bastile for ten days.
Mrs. C. E. Shiffer, of Nodaway, Iowa,
who has been in the city visiting with
the families of her brothers, John,
Harry and Louis Kuhney, for some days
past, departed last evening for her
home in Iowa. Harry Kuhney accom
panied her and will visit there for a few
days.
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RYAN, ROOSEVELT
FAFTP
One of ihznz three gentlemen is sure to occupy t'ne prcsidontal chair next
term. Oliver DovcT says Taft will be the man. The chances are he don't know
anything about it, but the joint is this, that if either of them should come into
our store to make a purchase, they would pay the same price as anybody else.
We do pride ourselves of the fact that we make no difference in people. )ne is
treated with the same courtesy and pay the same price as another.
W.'II. Newell departed this morning
for Wymore, where he will look after
the business of the company at that
place.
Mrs. Margaret Galligher who has
been looking after some business in the
city departed this morning on the early
train for Omaha.
R. J. Rummerfield and J. P. Falter
departed this morning for Phelps, Mo.,
where'they are looking after some busi
ness matters.
Joseph Brasch of Chicago, who has
been visiting at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. H. Waintroub. departed last
evening for his home.
Miss Georgia Mulica, of Creston, la.,
who has been visiting at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. R. D. Dalton, departed
this morning for her home.
Julius Pepperberg was a passenger
to Pacific Junction and other Iowa
points this morning, where he is looking
after some business relative to his cigar
trade.
Mrs. Peter Keil and daughter, from
Cedar Creek, who were visiting the
Ak-Sar-Ben were compelled to remain
in the city last evening, returning home
this morning.
M. Fanger and wife, who were visi
tors at Omaha yesterday at the home
of Mrs. Fanger's mother, Mrs. Dora
Schall, and also attending the carnival,
returned home this morning.
Mrs. S. W. Hitt, of Table Rock, who
has been visiting in the city for some
time, a guest at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. J. Isner, departed for her
home this morning on the early train.
E. S. Bogart, of Glenwood, missed
his train last evening and instead of
getting to Glenwood he got on the train
coming to Plattsmouth and had to spend
the night here, going home this morn
ing. Earl Clark, who has been in the west
for some time, returned home last ev
ening and in conversation with a report
er of this paper said that he was im
mensely pleased with the country out
there.
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Wilcow Suiting
These are some of the latest in Cctton Dress
Goods. A very large plaid in light
and dark. 27 inches wide. Sold at, Ml,
per yard MmVIU
Flannelettes!
Our Flannelettes for this fall are now in. We
have a fine selection. We have not raised the
price on these gocxls as we bought i r
them before the raise was made. As 1 II
usual
BLANKETS!
10-4 Cotton Blankets in gray and tan. blue
and reel border, (W, 75 and Hoc. 11-4 Cotton
blankets, variation border, SI. 00, $1.50 and
$1.75. 12-4 extra large gray and tan colored
borders, $1.50, $2.25, $2.40 and $2.50. A fine
line of wool blankets, white, tan and gray,
from
$4.50 to $8.00
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Boys' and Girl's
HQS
For School
We carry the best line of school hose
in the west. THE BOSTON TERRIER
In all sizes from 5 to 10. Our price.
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15c
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POSTAL CARD CONTEST ENDED!
Miss Mildred Cummins, winner, writes Dovey's Store on a postal card 665 times.
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No'ice
The annual meeting of the Cass Coun
ty Farmers protective Association will
be held in Louisville on Saturday Oct.
5th. at 1:20 o'clock p. m. for the purpose
of electing officers for the ensuing year
and transacting such business as may
come before the meeting.
J. G. Meisinger,
Secretary
For Sale
Fos Sale A few thoroughbred Poland
China hogs, weighing about 156 to ISO
pounds. Pedigrees can be furdished if
desired. Call at my farm east of Murray
or address D. A. .Young, Plattsmouth,
R. F. D. No. 1.
Burried This Afternoon j
iviiss l ean c5ouui, no u..w ,
working at the Institute at Glenwood,
for some time past, and who was strick
en with typhoid fever, while there
some weeks since, and who died yes
terday, was brought to this city this
afternoon. The funeral was held from
the Christain church, the Rev. A. L.
Zink delivering the address and the in
terment was made at Oak Hill ceme
try. Miss pearl made her home in this
city for some time past with her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. R. J. South, and had
been engaged in the work at the In
stitute for some months.
Four Wrecks in a Day j
Yesterday the Mo. Paciffc ran a pass- j
enger coach off the track near Weeping
Water, and in sending a derrick car to
pick up the damaged coach, had a
bridge break through with them caus
ing an other wreck. These two
accidents caused the night trains to go
by the way of Louisville. It is repored
that they had two more minor wrecks
yesterday on this division. Wrecks are
getting very popular on this road.
Gaebel's Big Sale.
With sixty-five head of Duroc Jersey
and Poland China Pigs to select from,
every one of them bred to perfection,
Charles Gaebel will surely have com
pany at his house, October 9, the date
of his fifteenth annual sale. The Cour
ier has just turned cut four hundred
catalogues for Mr. Gaebel giving the
breeding of these offerings and if you
are interested in improving the breed
ing of your hogs it will be to your in
terest to drop Mr. Gaebel a card asking
for a catalogue. Remember the dates
Wednesday, October 9, Sale begins at
1 o'clock sharp. Louisville Courier.
Laxative Fruit Syrup
Pleasant to take
The new laxative. Does
not gripe or nauseate.
Cures stomach and liver
troubles and chronic con
stipation by restoring the
natural action of the stom
ach, liver and bowels.
Refuse substitutes. Price SOo.
FOR SALK BY F. G. FRICKE.
Miss Anna Wickman, who has been ;
visiting at the home of her Uncle John '
Wickman for some two or three months j
departed for home at Raymond, Mynn., ;
this afternoon on the fast mail. Her !
uncle accompanied her as far as Omaha, j
Herman Clugy, wife and daughter .
Blanch, came in last evening from 1
Omaha, where thev have been attend- i
ing the carnival, and will visit at the i
home of Mr. Clugy's brother J. F. Clugy :
for a few days before returning to their .
home at Clarinda, Iowa.
F. F. Brittain and wife, of Silver ;
Creek, the latter a sister of Mrs. Ward j
Clark, came in yesterday and will visit
for a few days with the Clark family, j
They with Mr. and Mrs. Clark and j
children were visitors at Omaha this j
afternoon, where they were paying
spects to Ak-Sar-Ben the XIII.
Burlington shops, departed this morn
ing for his home in Illinois.
Mrs. William Wells, who has been
making her home at South Bend, for
some time past, came in tin's morning
and will visit for a short time with
friends here, and will in a few days de
part for Emerson, Iowa, where she
will make her home with her son, W. E.
Wells who is engaged at that point in
the newspaper business, publishing the
Emerson Chronicle.
Frank Hemmingway and wife, of
Moneta, Iowa, the latter a sister of
Mrs. C. Asemissen, came in last even
ing and will visit with her relatives and
friends in the city, the guest of her
sister for some two weeks.
re-
Harry Kuhney who went to Nod
away, Iowa the other day with his sis
ter, Mrs. C. E. Shiffer, with the in
tention of visiting for some time, found
the mud, as Harry said feet deep, so
one could not get around and he re
turned and thought he would defer his.
past few days with his brother, Fred vjs;t until such a time as he could be
able to get around and see some one.
J. H. Rezner, of Galesburg, 111,, who!
is employed as a brakeman, on the ;
Burlington out of that city, and who ,
has been visiting in this place for the
Rezner, who is employed in the local
E: New Records Once v MorvtK. 4
fS ...PHONOGRAPHS...
8 WflW and RECORDS 8
Edison Standard $29 20 Q
X -f!t3 , Edison Home .'19 20 X
SBC f Edison Triumph 50 00
J Victor 3rd 47 20 V
45 ' Victor 2nd 37 20 V
l Victor 1st 26 20 O
nsfl Edison Records .T cent V
O ffF0l ca('h' per dozen ?1 20
k victr Kefrds' 10 irRh' k
V mm 12 inch 100 V
yg--y per dozen 4 20
kru Whits Sewing Machine AK "
Van Horn&Co., I
(Su 'essoin to I'liil. Sauu-r.) r-r-Zf Ji.J B1 fi
Q Removed to North 6th Street vo.c- Q
- Sold on Easy Payments.