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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1907)
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I'. L. Props t of .Mynard was a visitor
in Lincoln yesterday, returning home
last evening on the Burlington "Owl
F. W. Brink, pastor of the United
Brethren church, just .south of the city,
was a business in the county seat this
Kev. Father Bradley was a passenger
to Omaha this afternoon, where is look
ing after some business matters. He
was accompanied l.y a Mr. Burke, just
recently from Ireland.
And now it is the ice man who is
watching for his crop to grow. He is
like the farmer his crop grows while
Charles Chrisweisser, from near Ne
hawka. was a business visitor in the
city this morning, having business at
Sheriir C. I). Quinton was a passen
ger to Lincoln this afternoon, where he
is looking after some business matters
in connection with his office.
C. 1). Quinton returned last evening
from a business trip to the west end of
Harlan and Karl Nelson, two boys 13
and 14 years old, husked 121 bushels of
corn in ten hours on I'.. W. Licingston's
From Saturday's Daily.
John Kreager from west of Mynard
was a visitor in the city today.
V. H. DeBolt of the M unlock schools
was in the city today on business.
C. II. Richmond from near Cedar
Creek was a visitor in the city this morn
ing. L. M. McVey was a business visitor
in the city this morning from near Mur
ray. C. C. Delink of Cedar Creek was a
business visitor in the county seat this
James TVrrvberrv. from near Cedar
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Mike Rys. of Cedar Creek, was visit
ing in the city today, expecting to re
main over Sunday.
Acar. Kaifenbergi r. from near Cellar
Creek, was a business visiter in the
city this morning. j
Wm. Starkjohn of northwest of the !
city was a business visitor in Omaha j
yesterday, returning last evening. j
Dr. J. F. Brendel. of Murray, was a J
business visitor in the city this morning,
haying business at the county seat.
K. Becker from west of the city was
a visitor in the city this morning where
he had some business to look after.
John Meisinger, from near Cullom.
was looking after some business mat
ters in the county seat this morning.
Mrs. P. G. Hassen, of South Bend
came in this morning and is visiting at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Antone
License to wed was issued today to
Levi A. Jackson, aged 35, and Miss
Julia Ida Leaver, aged 26, both of
Henry Theirolf, from Star Holt county
this state, is visiting in the city, called
here by the death of his brother, John
Byron Reed, from near Murray, was
a visitor in the county seat this morn
injr, where he was looking after sojne
A. R. Stokes, wife and children, ac
companied by Mrs. Stokes' sister, Miss
Tillie Renner, were visitors in the me
tropolis this morning.
Mrs. George Sayles was a visitor in
the city yesterday at the home of her
son. George Sayles, jr., returning home
last evening to Cedar Creek.
Mrs. J. F. Waddick and little daugh
ter, Catherine, were passengers to Oma
ha this aftirnoon on the fast mail,
where they will visit friends for a short
Mrs. C. A Phillips w as a passenger to
Lincoln this afternoon, where she will
visit for a few days with her husband,
who is engaged in a bank at that place.
Miss Ilcrtr.a Windham departed for
Greenwood this afternoon, where she
will vi-it with her brother and sister,
Mr. a: id Mrs. Robert Windam. jr.. for
a few day.;.
W. H. Schoemaker and daughter,
Edith, of near Nehawka. were in the
city today, and while here our sfeadfast
friend gave the Journal a social call.
Mr. Schoemaker is one of the sturdy
and substantial farmers of Cass county.
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J. A. Walker of Murray was a visitor
in the county seat this morning.
A. J. Seamens of Greenwood was a
visitor in the city this morning on some
Matthew Gerirg departed last even
ing for St. Iiuis, where he is looking
after legal matters.
A. R. Young, of near Murray, was a
visitor in the city this morning, looking
after some business matters before re
Guy Burton and wife of Murray were
in the city yesterday, visiting at the
home the latter's parents, Fred Kuns
mann and wife, returning home last
Henry Theiroff and daughter, Miss
Matie, who have been in the vicinity
for the past week, called hither by the
death of the gentleman's brother, John
D. TheirofF, departed this afternoon for
their home at Star, Holt county, this
John Cook came in yesterday from
Beaver City, in the western part of the
state, where he has been living for some
years past, and is visiting with num
erous friends and relatives, a guest at
the home of his brother, C. K. Cook, in
the south edge of the city.
J. H. Meisinger of near Cedar Creek
was in the city this morning, looking
after some very important business in
the county seat, which with his usual
dispatch he attended to this morning,
and went home to the corn husking,
which he is pushing to its finish.
Mrs. John Lewis is reported as being
very sick at her home near Nehawka.
Her father, W. S. Barker, was at her
home this morning, having gone last
evening, and reports her as much better
and improving. Mrs. Lewis was form
erly Miss Pearl Barker.
James Paling, who for a number of
years made his home in this city but
for the past few years has lived with
his son, Walter, who is in the mercan
tile business at Greenwood, came in
this morning and is visiting with old
time friends. He is now farming near
Frank Fight departed last evening for
Akron Colorado, and was accompanied
by Miss Grace Fight of that place who
had been visiting here foi some time
with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Fight. They went to Pacific
Junction last evening and took Xnmber
1, which does not stop here. John
Fight went over last evening, staying
all night, to see them ofr this morning,
the train leaving there a little after
two in the morning.
t'rotii Tut-Mliiv's Daily
O. G. Virgin was a visitor in the city
George and Samuel Stites of Union
were in the city last evening in attend
ance at the show.
I'hillip FornofF of Plainview, who has
been visiting here for the past two
weeks, departed for home today.
E1 Fitzgerald and F. E. Schlater
went to South Omaha today where they
have a car of cattle on the market.
Frank Hughson and Claude Everett
of near Union were visitors in the city
last evening having business at the
Floyd Kuhney came up Sunday after
noon and visited with his parents, stay
ing until after the show last evening,
before returning to work at Nehawka.
The finance committee of the Degree
of Honor of the A.r Or U. W, held a ses
sion at the office of Miss Teresa Hem
pel, the grand recorder, this morning.
Chris Schlegle, who has been visiting
in the west for some time, returned
today and will visit for a short time
with his sister, Mrs. Justice Lilly, south
of the city.
W. D. Wheeler has been having some
repairs and alterations made at his
residence in the Third ward, which is
adding much convenience and comfort
to his home. Bates & Mason are doing
Mrs. Adam Fudge and sister, Miss
Eva Sayles, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
George Sayles, came in last evening
from their home atjCovington, Virginia,
and are visiting at the home of their
parents in Cedar Creek.
Mrs. Homer McKay w as a passenger
to Red Oak this morning, where she
will visit with friends for a few days,
and will be a guest at the home of
George Trissler and family as well as
A. Hamilton, all of whom formerly
lived in the citv.
A. A. Leesley, from Greenwood, came
in this morning and is visiting with rela
tives. Levi Rusterholtz. from west of Mur
ray, was a visitor in the city this morn-1
ing on business. j
J. I. Chalfant. of near Union, was a
visitor in the city this morning looking
after some business.
Sam Smith came in this morning from
Northboro, Iowa, and will spend Thanks
giving with the folks.
Ed Eichart of Wahoo came in this
m'rn;n'r au? i viting with friends in
the city for a few days.
Wanted Three tons of alfafa hay.
W. W. Coates.
C. A. Phelps, of Louisville, having
an amusement show in that city, was in
the county seat today looking up a
S. O. Cole and wife were visiting in
Omaha today, where they will visit and
look after some business matters dur
ing the day.
Joseph Smothers,' of Louisville, was
a visitor in the city today, looking after
business matters, coming on the early
Burlington train atid returning on the
Douglas Smith, wife and daughter,
Miss Byrl, came in this morning from
Havelock, and departed . for Murray,
where they will visit with relatives
Chas. E. Cook, wife and little son,
Raymond, were visitors in Omaha this
morning, going on the early train, and
being accompanied by John Cook; of
Ed. Johnson and daughter, Miss
Josephine, came in this morning from
Lincoln and are visiting at the home of
Mr. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Johnson.
Miss Buela Miner, who is taking a
business course at Cotner university,
at Bethany, came in this morning and
will visit at the home of her parents
until over Sunday.
Rev. E. A. Watchtall, the minister
for the Methodist church at Mynard,
will visit at his former home in Lincoln
for over Thanksgiving, departing on the
early Burlington train.
John Bronson, of Nehawka, came in
this morning over the Missouri Pacific,
and departed on the Burlington for Red
Oak, la., where he will visit with some
friends and relatives for the next week
H. W. Mock and wife, who have been
visiting at Nehawka, the guests of the
Cunningham brothers and their mother,
came up on the Missouri Pacific this
morning and departed this afternoon for
their home at Monmouth, 111.
Chas. Manners and family departed
this morning for Carroll, Wayne county,
this state, where they will visit for the
remainder of the week with relatives
J. C. Hanna, w7ife and daughter,
Jessie, of Oskalooska, Iowa, are in the
city visiting at the home of Mr. Hanna's j
son, J. E. Hanna; and wife, who live j
on the south edge of town, and will
spend Thanksgiving with them.
Frank Rand and wife of South Oma
ha came in last evening and visited over
night at the home of John McNurlin.
Mr. Rand left this morning for Cedar
Creek, where he was called by the sick
ness of his father, G. W. Rand. Mrs.
Rand will go this afternoon.
Biliousness and Constipation
For years I was troubled with bilious
ness and constipation, which made life
miserable for me. My appetite failed
me. I lost my usual force and vitality.
Pepsin preparations and cathartics only
made matters worse. I do not know"
where 1 should have been today had I
not trie Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. The tablets relieve the
ill feelings at once, strengthen the di
gestive functions, helping the system to
do its work naturally. Mrs. Rosa Potts,
Birmingham, Ala. These tablets are
for sale by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Eiks Memorial Services.
The following is the program of the
Elks' memorial services at the Parmele
theatre, Sunday night, December 1:
Members will meet at the lodge room
to go to the theatre in a body.
Piano solo E. H. Wescott
Violin solo Clarence White
Vocal solos by Mrs. Edna Marshall
Eaton, Don York, Mrs. Mae Morgan
and Miss Lucille Bates.
Eulogy D. O. Dwyer
Oration Robt W. Patrick, Omaha
The deceased members are J. M. Pat
terson, P. W. Agnew, O. C. Bookmeyer,
F. J. Morgan, S. M. Chapman and C.
Farm of 160 acres Cass county Ne
braska, rolling land, 85 acres under
cultivation, balance timber and pasture
light improvements. Thirteen miles
west of South Bend (only $55 per acre)
can make terms. Call or write Graham
Peters Realty Co., 922 New York Life
Bldg. 'Phone Red 553.
Will Hold Family Reunion
W. P. Cook, the barber, started this
morning for Osceola, Iowa, where he
will attend a family reunion, at the
home of his brother Orlando Cook. At
this meeting most all of the family will
be present including the aged father,
Isaac Cook, who has passed his 9tth
birthday. Mr. Cook at his age is the
picture of robust health in advanced
years, being able to mount a horse and
ride without assistance, notwithstand
ing he has seen nearly a century.
Hold Successful Meeting.
The Ladies Aid society of tha Chris
tian church held a very successful meet
ing this afternoon at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Edmonds, at the east
end of Main street. A large number of
the ladies of the society were present,
and after the business of the meeting
was disposed of, a general good time
HsliicI- i rimmed "V Underwear
The infant goods are cut wide and full in
their respective sizes; the buttons are placed
close toget h-r so that the little shirt will not
gap or gather at the arm pits. Forest Mills
Underwear is made under sanitary conditions
which can only exist under the most approved
Hut Iur.st Mills stands the test. They give better satisfaction than other makes, because
each garment is cut on an exact system of measurements of perfectly formed women. The
sizes never vary. Mothers! Don't risk the health and comfort of your children! Forest
Mills I'uderwear is the kind that it is safe to buy. Kach garment a masterpiece. A gar
ment for young and old, shcrt and tall, stout and thin. A size to fit every woman, a price
to fit every purse. Quality proves the price. Don't be peeny wise and pound foolish.
Mrs. VV. H. Hanks was a psssoner
! to Omaha this morning, where she will
j visit with friends for the day.
W. E. Cooper, of Council Bluffs, came
in mis inoi iimji aim is iojmiix uiii-i some
business matters in the city.
J. I'. Falter was .ooking after some
business matters in Omaha today, going
on the early moaning train.
Mrs. P. H. Kelly was a passenger to
Council Bluffs this morning where she
will visit with her friends for the day.
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Have you anything to be thankful for? Of course you have. I have heard peo
ple say. "why I h.ivv nothing to he thankful for." The trouble is that they forget
some of th blessi is which has come to them during" the past year.
I knev oner ft . little boy who was sitting on a street corner eating a doughnut,
a bi dog can e alonaml took the doughnut away from him; the little fellow didn't
cry or complain as mot boys would, and upon the question as to why he didn't, he
the past vrar w,: hope to serve and please you in the future with even more sat
isfaction to bth ji.irilirs.
rest ' MMls 0
A Few Pointers on
You will never know its merits unless you are
properly posted. The buttons and button
holes are perfect. The first will not come off
nor will the latter tear. So great is our variety
of styles, weights and sizes that even the most
fastidious can find just the right thing for any
any season of the year. Forest Mills Under
wear insures comfort and will not irritate the
most delicate skin.
ashing Spoils Most Underwear!
A. L. Anderson went to Red Oak,
Iowa, this morning, where lie will look
' after some business matters for a few
; Henry Horn and Jesse Brown were)
passengers to Omaha this morning. j
where they will look after some business
j during the day. r
j Mrs. Malinda McCoy departed this
morning on the Burlington for Wymore,
where she will visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Lorina Bristol, for about a week.
While playing 'shinnie, " Verdon Vro-
answered proudly, "why, lam thankful that
I have my appetite left." So you see if you
only think about it, you can find something
to be thankful for. Now about "Alldie. "
Why of course he is thankful, too. A letter
received from a friend of his a few days ago,
reading something like this:
We have one of the nicest turkeys this year we ever had,
and you are wanted to help eat it. So come up and do get
here not later than one p. m. Be sure and bring me a pair
of Queen Quality shoes; patent leather; button; 4 C last, for
my wife. Hope you get here in time.
Xow if that is not a good reason to be
thankful, I'd like to know the reason whv.
There is a turkey
a treat to a man
meals for the present. So here I go; I start
Thursday morning at f,o'clock. I can't wait
for the train as I have to make connections in
Omaha, and if I wait for the train I will loose
out. I will be back Friday in the shoe de
partment, where you will find me showing
and selling Oueen Quality shoes.
We are thankful for you patronage during
Underwear is trimmed
by hand with silk cro
chet by women know
ing women's needs,
and are made from the
finest of yarns and are
absolutely free from
man with a number of his playfellows,
yesterday, got put "hor de combat" by
being accidenally struck over the eye
with a shinnie club.
James South, of Xorthboro, la., who
has been working in the shops for the
Burlington here, departed this morning
for Kansas City, where he will visit
Carl Neuman andJ. Q. Lawhead, who
have been working for the .Union Pacific
for the past week at Omaha, came
home last evening for Thanksgiving.
waiting for me and that is jj
who has to get his own n
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