The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, October 24, 1907, Image 2
THE CITY Vmm Friday Dull v. lien Horning, of south of the city, was a business visitor in the city today. John Marsh, of Rock Bluffs, was in the city this morning looking after business. James Ter berry came in this morning and is looking after some business mat ters in the city. . W. H. Seybert was a passenger to Omaha this morning, where he goes with cattle from Cedar Oreek. -Will Hild was a passenger to South Omaha this morning, where he has some business affairs to transact. C. A. Kichey, of Louisville, came in this morning and is looking after some business and visiting with his folks. Will C. Ramsey returned this morn ing from South Bend, where he has been looking after some legal matters. MLss Miriam Maxfleld and Miss An derson, both of Louisville, are in the city today taking the teachers' exam ination. Wm. and Theodore Stark john, living northwest of the city, were visitors at Omaha today, going on the early Burl ington train. George Sayles came in this morning from Cedar Creek and is looking after some business matters for the Duff Grain company. Mrs. W. A. Becker, from west of the city, was a passenger to Omaha this morning, where she will visit for the day with friends. Mrs. J. F. Wellington, of Jennings, Louisiana, who is visiting in the city with relatives and friends, with her mother. Mrs. Fred Latham, was a visitor in Omaha today. Miss Harriett Panl, who has been visiting in the city a guest of her friend, Miss Claire Dovey, for the past few days departed this morning for her home at Henderson, Iowa. Chas. Jordan, the democratic candi date for commissioner, came in last evening and is visiting with his friends in the city. Mr. Jordan is a fine man and well qualified to fill the position for which he is now running. Mrs. Mike Hobcheit, Mrs. John Hob cheit, and son, John, living about eight miles south of the city, came in this morning and took the early train for Omaha, where they have some business to look after, and will visit with friends as well for the day. A. B. Slagle who went to Plainview some time since where he has been farming during the past season, has been visiting at the old home near Murray and Rock Bluffs for "the past few days and will depart for his home at Plainview tomorrow. Since deciding the case of Mrs. Frank McElroy vs the Metropolitan Insurance compauy, it ti reported that Judge Jes sen has again taken the case under ad visement and will review it. And as some one remarked today in our hear nITf probably reverse himself. F. F. Miles and wife, of Germantown, where Mr. Miles is agent for the Bur lington, came in this morning and will visit for a few days with friends and relatives, the guests of Mr. Miles' par ents, Mr. C. C. Miles. It will be re membered that Mr. Miles was employed in the. Burlington offices at this place for a number of years. R. A. McCarthy, of Mason City, 111,, a cousin of L. W. Nelson, who has been visiting in the city and south of town, with his cousin, for the past few days, departed this afternoon for Omaha where he will visit and look after some business matters before returning to his home in Illinois. Mr. McCarthy is a farmer in Illinois and in looking over Nebraska says he is well pleased with the country here. From Saturday's Daily. W. E. Stoehr was a business visitor in the metropolis this morning. C. S. Stone, of the Murray State Bank, was a visitor in the county seat this afternoon. Mrs. A. L. Baker and Miss Truda Long were visitors with friends in the county seat this morning. W. H. Seybert of Cullom was a visi tor in the city over night, attending the show anil returning home this morning. Wm. Spangler and wife came up from Weeping Water, and are visiting with friends and relatives in and near the city. Orlando Tefft, the senator from Avo ca, came in this morning on the Mo. Pacific and visited with friends and look ed after some business in the city, and took the fast mail for Omaha where he will also transact some business in time to catch the Mo. Pacific train for home. Mrs. O. C. Niday and her son-in-law, Geo. Graves, were visitors in Omaha this morning, where they went to ses Mrs. Graves, who is confined in the hos pital, where she recently underwent an PLATTSMOUTH AND VICINITY. operation for appendicitis. She was re ported as getting along as well as could be expected, but is not as yet able to leave the hospital. .' George Horn came in this morning on business and is looking after some mat ters in the city today. In conversation with the reporter he said that the Wood man Accident Association of Lincoln, in which he was insured when he was injured some time since, had settled with him, paying the entire amount of the benefit, and paying same promptly, which amounted to $51.40. Mrs. W. E. Rosencrans yesterday evening entertained Mrs. George Towle of Alvo, and daughter, Miss Rena Towle, of Louisville, and Miss Una Towle of this place, at 6 o'clock tea. The Miss Una Towle is a teacher in the city schools, and Miss Reina Towle is engaged in the schools at Louisville. They all are seeing Omaha this after noon. t-'rorn Mouday 'sDally . Mrs. M. A. Dixon was in Omaha this afternoon. Harry Meisinger of near Cedar Creek came in this morning. L. C. W. Murray and son, Guy, were in the city this morning. W. E. Jenkins and James Laughridge of Murray were in the city today. George Schrader from South Rock Bluffs was in the city this morning. T. H. Schlegal of near Murray was a visitor here today, going on to Omaha. W. C. Bartlett, of Elmwood, was transacting business in the city this morning. Samuel Sans and wife and Mrs. Chas. Creamer were visitors in Omaha this morning. Thomas Lindsay and family, of Mur ray, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Lindsay. C. E. Tefft, of Weeping Water, was looking after some legal business in the city this morning. George Horn was a visitor in the city this morning, looking after some busi ness matters in the county seat. Jacob Opp. the barber and jeweler o Avoca, was a business visitor at the court house today, and returned home by way of Omaha. John P. Kuhney, of Nehawka, was a visitor in the city last evening and today with the home folks, returned to his business this afternoon. C. H. Lewis and wife, of Nehawka, came in this morning and are visiting with friends and relatives and looking after some business in the city. Ed. Spangler and wife, of Stanton, who were visiting in the city for some weeks, guests at the home of John Mc Nurlin and wife returned home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Troop were pass engers to Omaha this morning where they have some business matters to look after. Mr. Troop will also look after some business at South Omaha, and at the stock yards. W. E. Rosencrans who has been out in the western portion of the county looking after some business matters for the past few days returned home late Saturday evening. George Porter, who has been in Lin coln for the past few days, returned home last evening, and went to Creston, Iowa, this morning, where he is looking after the interests of the Omaha Bee. Miss Marie Kaufmann came in this morning from Cedar Creek and is at tending to business matters in the city today. She is accompanied by Miss Cora Riggle who is employed in the Kaufmann store at Cedar Creek. ' Lee May field, of the Louisville Courier, came in this morning and. is looking after some business matters in the county seat this morning, and while in the city made this office a pleasant call. We are always glad to have his countenance beam in upon us. . Krom Tuesday's Daily Miss Mae Murphy was a visitor in Omaha this afternoon. C. E. Wescott was a passenger to Omaha this afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Helps was a visitor in the metropolis this afternoon. C. W. Baylor was a visitor in Omaha this morning where he is working. George Edgerton was a business visi tor in the metropolis this afternoon.. Willie Troop, from near Nehawka, was a visitor in the city this afternoon. W. A. Fight was a passenger to South Omaha where he is looking after some business. T. M. Carter was a passenger to Blair this afternoon, where he is looking af ter some business matters. J. W. Lowther, from near Murray, was a business visitor in the city this morning. J. B. Hostetter from near Murray was a visitor in the metropolis this morning. Mrs. Joseph Sherra, of Rock Bluffs, was a passenger to Omaha this after noon, where she will visit with friends. Mrs. Ed. S. Barker came in last even ing from Plainview and will visit with relatives and friends here for a week. John Bajeck was a visitor to Pacific Junction and other Iowa points today in the interest of the out-put of his cigar I factory. Wm. Otterstein, wife and little son, Herman, were looking after some busi ness and visiting with friends in Oma ha today. Mrs. Andy. Morrow, who has been visiting in the city for some time past and in the neighborhood, departed this afternoon for Germantown, . where she will visit for a few days before return to her home in Burwell. Eugene Frey came in this morning from Cedar Creek, and was visiting at the home of John McNurlin for the morning, departing this afternoon in company with Mr. McNurlin and his wife for Murray, where they will visit with the family of Miles Standish for some time. Alfred Nickels from near Murray was a business visitor in the county seat this morning. Rev. Roy J. Lucas of the Christian church of Murray was a visitor in the city this morning, a guest at the home of Rev. A. L. Zink. .The Plattsmouth Telephone company have filed their amended articles of in corporation with the county clerk, wherein they make the change of the capital stock at $330,000 instead of $100,000, as heretofore. John D. Ferguson from near Louis ville, was a visitor in the city yesterday, having business at the court house. While in the city Mr. Ferguson made a call at the Journal office, and spent a few mementt with us. We were very glad to see our old friend, and promised to visit him before he leaves the old homestead, which he recently sold. He does not know positively where he will make his future home. From Wednesday's daily Phillip Meisinger from near Cedar Creek was a visitor in the county seat this morning. Abram Fornoff, sr., from near Cedar Creek was in town this morning look ing after business matters. W. F. Gallispie a jolly grain dealer from Mynard was a business visitor in the county seat this afternoon. W. H. Heil, the raiser and dealer in a very fine strain of Red Polled cattle, was in the city today from his farm near Cedar Creek. S. I. Long yesterday bought an 80 acre acre farm of John Zimmer of Lin coln located in the northwest corner of Otoe county, south of Eagle, considera tion $4,800 B. S. Ramsey, wife and son, Will C. Ramsey, went to Murray today where they will attend the wedding of Miss Nora Standish which occurs there this evening. S. L. Thomas was a passenger to South Omaha this morning where he and James Polin go to look after a car of cattle shipped to market yesterday by Mrs. W. N. Thomas: E. Ratnour, democratic candidate for coroner was., a -.visitor- in 'the" city- thisr afternoon. "He is a very agreeable and capable gentleman and well fitted for the office to which he aspires. Mrs. Henry Spangler and three daugh ters, Mrs. Luke L. Wiles, Miss Eliza beth Spangler and Mrs. S. A. Wiles, were passengers to Omaha this morning, where they are visiting friends and looking after some business matters. Sheriff C. D. Quinton went to Green wood today. Joe Macin and son were in town to day from near Mynard. Mrs. Rae Patterson and sister, Miss Edith Dovey, went to Omaha today. Wm. Schneider, of Cedar Creek, was a business visitor in the city this morn ing. Miss Marie Kauffman, from Cedar Creek, was a business visitor in the city this morning. Mrs. A. J. Graves is reported on the sick list, and confined to her bed at her home in third ward. George Olive, editor of the Weeping Water Republican was a business visiter in the city this morning. James Sage and wife were visitors at Pacific Junction this afternoon, driving over this afternoon and returning later in the evening. Ora Foscutt from Hemingford, came in this morning and is visiting at the home of his brother-in-law, H. J. Schluntz, for a short time. August Steppet and wife and daugh ter, Martha, wera visitors in Omaha this morning, where they will visit and transact business during the day. W. C. Bartlett, from Elmwood, has made arrangements to open a billiard and pool hall in the basement of the Hotel Riley, just west of the saloon in the basement. Mrs. J. F. Wellington, of Jennings, 8 E..'EE u 0 One of these three gentlemen is sure to occupy the presidental chair next term. Oliver Dovey says Taft will be the man. The chances are he don't know anything about it, but the point 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. One is treated with the same courtesy and pay the same price as another. 0 0 Wilcow Suiting These are some of the latest in i . i - i I fuooas. j very large piaiu and dark. 27 inches wide. per yard 0 Flannelettes! Our Flannelettes for this fall are now in. We have a fine selection. We have not raised the price on these goods as we bought i ft them before the raise was made. As MIR usual ,UU 0 POSTAL Miss Mildred Cummins, La., who has been visiting with friends and relatives in the city for some time, departed for Lincoln this morning, where she will visit for some time. Jesse Monk and wife who were called here on account of the death of their daughter, Mrs. Frank Rasco, who died in the hospital at Omaha, departed for their home at Hamburg, this morning. Sherman Curtiss a carpenter from Julian, Nebraska, and two other fam ilies both of whose heads are carpenters are moving to this place and will en gage in the Burlington shops, having accepted positions here. A letter from Gering tells of a visit to Illinois by Rev. D. A. Youtzy, ,where,.he was at a. family reunion, where all of a family of eight children met, who had not been together for some thirty-two years. The letter says that last Sunday, Joe Fairfield and Isaac Wiles took dinner with the Youtzy family. Ed Parriott, the hustler for the A. O. U. W., who is now located at Murray, was an overnight visitor in the city, with friends, returning to Murray and his work this morning. While in the city he said his brother, W. C. Par riott, of Auburn, was a candidate on the democratic ticket for the position of county judge and with good chances of election. Ed was a caller at the Jour nal, where he always receives the glad hand. We Trust Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood, thin blood, de bility, nervousness, exhaus tion, you should begin at once with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life. Your doctor knows it, too. Ask him about it. Flili'ss tVore Ji d:iilT :irti'i of the bowels. poiiiioits i-rixhifts iiio";il.'i !m'i1. rausinK head ache. b'liniiif. ii:iiim-:i. lyn-i'i:i. ai thus iireveutii'i: !!" S;iriiir:l!:k fmni iloinc i's t work. Avi r'i J'ltls ate livtr Act geutly. all Tegeu-nif. 0 JZx&c T. C:. A vr CV .. LovU, sea. V Hltll VISOR. ? f.(L"Q A-.VE.TC. V M C!!in;V I'ECTPCAL. the farn i. . ot . tur mediCJci. 0 E. 7VEY' S 0 Y m BRVAN, OR Cotton l: .L . Dress 20c in iigm Sold at. Boys' and Girl's H O S For School We carry the best line of schrol hose in the west. 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It is proposed to divide the big country into four new counties, to be called Noble, Higgins, Arbor and Custer. Advocates of division would have Merna the seat of Noble county, Sargent of Higgins county, Callaway of Arbor county. Broken Bow, the present seat of Custer county, would be in the extreme northwest corner of the new Custer and therefore Ansley would, under division, claim the seat of government. The fight is growing ex ceedingly hot and the test at the polls willfdraw out all the voters there are in the county. No. home is so pleasant, regardless of he comforts that money will tuy, as when the entire family is in perfect health. A bottle of Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents. It will cure ever member of the family of con stipation, sick headache or stomach rouble. F. G. Fricke & Co. Ksre Too, Doc. 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A fine line of wool blankets, white, tan and gray, from $4.50 to $8.00 0 E is 0 15c 0 Sues for Divorce. Mrs. Ida Mick yesterday instituted a suit in the district court through her attorney, M. Archer, asking for a di vorce from her husband, Joseph .Mick, alleging cruelty and habitual drunken ness as the cause, saying that but a short time since he returned home from Greenwood, they living about four miles south of that place, in an intoxi cated condition and threw her onto a stove, her back striking on the spout of an iron tea kettle, bruising her very badly, and for divers other similar causes. Don't Miss This One . The first number wilb come on next Monday, October 28th, Robert Parker Miles of New York city will lecture on his world famous subject "Tallow Dips" Mr. Miles has had an excellent oppor tunity for studying some of the great world problems and meeting many of the great world characters who are helping to work out those problems. 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