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DAILY PERSONAL NEWS
Short Items of Interest, From Sat
urclay Evening's Daily Journal
I'hilip II. Meisinger is in the city to
lay on business matters.
.Miss Verna Leonard is in Omaha to
day visiting friends for the afternoon.
Mrs. ('has. Ulrich was a passenger
this morning on the early train for
Miss Kllen Jess was a passenger this
morning for Omaha where she will
.-pend the day.
("has. Troop, one of the industrious
;recinct farmers, is transacting busi
ness in the city.
C. Menken, the grain dealer of My
nard is among those in the city today
looking after business.
Jacob Meisinger is one of the family
of that name who came in today to
transact business with our merchants.
Mrs. J. Stenner and son, Clarence,
were among those travelling to Omaha
this morning where they will spend the
(leo. P. Horn representing the Wood
men's Accident Association, is in the
city today, looking after business mat
ters. Mrs. R. D. Thompson departed on
the mail train this noon for Omaha
where she will look after some business
Mrs. John Carmack who has been
visiting for several days at Des Moines,
Iowa, the guest of friends, returned to
the city last evening.
Miss Nettie Hawksworth came in
this morning from her home at Burling
ton, Iowa, preparatory to taking up
her school work next Monday.
A. L. Ilagard was a passenger this
ir.orning for (Ilen.vood. Iowa, and ex
pe ts to a visit a number of other points
previous to returning to the city.
V.. II. Ilooth was a passenger this
f i i i.. :n
n...rning lor i -ir.com wnere r.-j win
.-per.d the three days vacation afforded
by the IJurlingtoii being today, Sunday
;m I Labor Hay.
A continuous series of dramatic situ
ations, thrilling climaxes, woven into a
kein. completing nature's most pleas
ing play, "A Texas Ranger," at the
I'armele, September 9th.
Dietrich Smith of Elmwood, republi
can candidate for representative, is in
the city today holding a sympathetic
meeting with his fellow nominees, and
trying to figure out how to keep the
democratic majority down.
Miss Mary Moore of Murray, depart
ed this afternoon for Cedar Creek
where she goes to assume charge of the
primary grade in the schools at that
point. Miss Moore last year taught a
school near Murray and is considered a
John Meisinger is among those in the
city today looking after business mat
ters. Mr. Meisinger is one oi tne
thrify, younger members of this excel
lent family and one of the best farmers
Eight Mile Grove precinct can boast.
J as. A. Walker, D. J. Pitman and
Jaii. Loughridge of Murray, were in
the city over night, attending Masonic
lodge. Mr. Loughridge was initiated
into the mysteries of the royal arch in
company with Will Robertson at the
meeting last evening.
Alba Nelson, wife and son were
passengers on the mail train this noon
for Omaha. From Omaha Mrs. Nelson
and son will proceed to Denison, Iowa,
where they will visit with Mrs. Nelson's
mother. Mr. Nelson only accompanied
them as far as Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Klinger were
passengers this noon for Omaha where
Mrs. Klinger will soon undergo an
operation for nasal affection which has
developed. Wrhile not dangerous, the
operation is such as requires a specia
list and for this purpose the trip is
Miss Agatha Jones departed this noon
on the mail for Greenwood where she
will teach school the ensuing year.
This is Miss Jones second year in teach
ing her first having proven a good suc
cess. She is a young lady of much :
promise and her many friends expect
:he good people of Greenwood to I ?
well pleased with her. j
Orlando TetTt, republican candidate
for the state senate, was in the city
last evening, consulting with his politi
cal advisers as to what to
saved. Orlando seems to
do to be
read the ,
handwriting on the wall this year and
is making strenuous efforts to avert
defeat by an overwhelming majority.
A. Houghton who has been employed
oa the Masonic Home in this city since j
work was commenced, returned to Om
aha today for a few day3 rest. Work
on the structure is well along, the
postering being done and the settine of
tbe boilers almost completed. This job
bu been done in record breaking time
ad is, addition, a good job.
Next Monday is Labor Day. Re
member the ball game and be sure you
T. II. Pollock, the telephone manager,
is in Omaha on business connected with
Ami P. Todd of Denver is in the city
for a visit with relatives and friends
for a short time.
Mrs. Christine Doering was a passen
ger this morning for Omaha where she
will visit with friends.
Miss Lillian I'ookmeyer came in this
morning for her week's end rest after
her musical work in Omaha.
Max Straub and daughter from near
Avoca are in the city this afternoon
looking after business matters.
Matthew Gering was a passenger this
morning for Sarpy County, where he
has legal matters to look after.
Peter Carlson departed this noon on
the mail train for llavelock where he
will visit over Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. Julia lies departed this noon for
De Soto, la. her home after a visit in
the city, the guest of her son, Mark
Mrs. John Wiles and Miss Elizabeth
Spangler were passengers this morning
for Omaha going up to spend the after
noon. John Claus was among those travel
ing to Omaha on the mail train this
noon having business there to look
Eddie Curtiss was a passenger this
morning for Percival, la. where he will
visit indefinitely with relatives and
H. D. Stanley departed on the noon
train for Lincoln where he will visit a
few days with his father who resides at
('has. L. Carlson was among those
having business in Omaha to look after
this afternoon being a passenger on the
J. W. Elliott was a passenger thi
morning for Omaha where he will visit
his brother who is farming a few miles
west of that city.
1. W. Sheldon or 1'ercival, la., came
in this noon on No. 7 for the purpose
of transacting some business matters
with County Treasurer Schlater.
Mrs. Josie Wooster and sister, Anna
Janda, were passengers this morning
for Omaha where they will visit rela
tives and friends for a week.
Mrs. A. J.Trillity and children were
passengers on the early train this morn
ing for Omaha where they will visit
over Sunday with relatives and friends
A. C. Goodwin and wife were among
those traveling to Omaha where they
go to attend a house party given by
one of their numerous friends. They
will remain their till next Tuesday.
George Horn from near Louisville is
in the city today on business. The old
gentleman is hale and hearty and bears
his years with a lightness that is de
ceptive to those who do not know him.
Mrs. Dora Kostal, Miss Josephine
West and Otto Puis are among those
in the city this afternoon transacting
business. They made the Journal a
pleasant and highly appreciated call.
Mrs. E. A. Wiggenhorn who has been
in the city the guest of F. G. Fricke
and family, departed this noon for Ash
land. She will depart in a few days
for an extended visit to Germany, ex
pecting to be gone several months.
Miss Cora Allen of Riverton, la.,
came in on No. 7 thi3 noon for a visit
of a few days with Mrs. C. A. Wells.
She was accompanied by Miss Hamil
ton also of the same city who stopped
over here between trains being enroute
Nick Halmes and his estimable wife
are in the city today looking after busi
ness matters. Mrs. Halmes paid the
Journal office a highly appreciated visit,
and presented the office with several
boquets of her justly noted flowers.
They are certainly very beautiful and
the thar.ks f the force is tendered the
lady for her kind remembrance.
pit: visited the Journal office yes-;
". rterroon and left with it sever
al monster apples of a variety unknown.
IT-- - t' -ti 4."-:- -;e were i:ot as large as i
sojr.e otiit-rs he raised, and if h-z can
produ-.-e a.iy finer peein-en: than t! --se
he left here, they must be prize v in- ;
ners. These apples weigh n-v-arly a:
pound apiece an :
tie ::j. rais.-..! me
which weighed fully that mucV..
W. n. Banning came up thi rr.oi
from Union to attend the meeting of
the democratic candidates.
after some business matters. Mr. Ban
ning has not yet opened his campaign but
from advices received he is muc o er.cour-
Ke vt. c.e ui.wu niu mr. iu
1 A 1 .... 1 . 1 1
tne ejection oy a large majority Me
believes the democratic stren-tn is
daily growing greater.
Geo. Thierolf, the hustling Cedar
Creek thresherman, is in the city today
L. A. Moore is among those who are
transacting business in Omaha today,
going up on No. l'.J.
D. J. Klinger was a passenirer this
noon for Omaha where he had business
matters to look after.
Mrs. Ernest Railey departed this
noon on the mail train for Missouri
Valley, la., called there by the illness
of her mother.
A permanent fixture in popular taste
an everlasting success, "A Texas
Ranger," which will be seen at the
I'armele Wednesday night, September9.
W. S. Ask with, Superintendent of
the Masonic Home, is looking after
business matters in Omaha this morn
ing being a passenger on the early train.
Miss Luella Suddeuth was a passen
ger this noon for Missouri Valley, her
home, after a visit of several days with
the family of Walter Thomas in this
C. H. Vallery is one of the precinct
farmers who is in the city today look
ing after some business matters and,
incidentally, examining some machin
ery which he expects to install.
Eugene B. Lewis, formerly of this
city, but now of St Louis, Mo., is in
the city today visiting with old friends
and acquaintances. It has been a num
ber of years since Mr. Lewis was here
but he finds a great many of his friends
still here and thriving. He will likely
remain several days.
Misses Minnie and Clara Lade who
have been in the city for several days,
guests at the Ilofmann Dalton wedding,
depaated this morning for Bulger, Neb.
where they will visit prior to returning
to their home at Hassett, Neb. The
young ladies are nieces of Mr. G. G.
Hofman and are charming and esti
mable young women.
W. G. Meisinger and wife were in
the city this afternoon fromjtheir farm
west of the city. Mr. Meisinger is one
of the younger, progressive,up-to-date
farmers of Eight Mile Grove precinct
and one of the right sort. He added
his name to the Daily Journal list de
siring to keep posted right to the hour
of the news.
Lavinas W. Patterson and wife have
been visiting the family of W. F. Moore ;
near Murray for several days past, j
departed this noon on the mail train for
Narka, Kas. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson
were residents of this county a long
time back having lived in the Rock
BlutFs neighborhood, and they have
many friends scattered over this sec
tion of the county.
John Rotter was a passenger this
morning for' Havelock where he was
summoned by a message from his wife
stating that her father was dangerously
ill. Mr. Rotter received the message
late yesterday afternoon after all trains
had left and he was unable to get away
in time to catch any of them. The train
this morning was the first one he could
get and he immediately left for the sick
T. P. Kennish who is visiting in the
city, the guest of Mrs. Geo. E. Dovey,
was a passenger this morning for Omaha
where he will spend the day. Mr. Ken
nish is an expert in railway construc
tion having been superintendent of
construction when the New York Cen
tral lines were rebuilt, one of the finest
jobs of construction in the country.
His principal line of construction now is
reinforced concrete work.
Chas. Noyes, H. O. and Arthur Pal
mer and John Jackman made up an auto
mobile party which came down from j
Louisville this morning. Mr. Noyes
came in to attend the consolation meet
ing of the republicans held here today
while the others came along to cheer
him up when ne heard the discouraging
reports which he was bound to hear.
They found it a haid job.
Misses Frances Weidman, Helen
Chapman, and Gladys Marshall were
passengers this noon for Lincoln where
they will be guests at a house party to
be given there by Mrs. J. Ed. Johnson.
The ladies will be in attendance for
The Knocker and Booster
The York Times compares the cheer
ful, progressive booster with the luxu
rious, obstructing knocker in this style:
There is the booster and there is the
knocker which are you? The booster
is always ahead of the car of progress,
pulling it along; the knocker is always
dragging along behind, trying to hold
it back. The farmer makes money for
himself arid everybody else; the latter
trie i keep everyone from getting
anything except himself, and what he
.cc-ts he hides for fear someone will
gt it away from him. Evervbodv is
meet the booster and give him
the giiiu hand; everyone shuns the
i'.r.oi. k. r and gives him a kick when his
back is tinned. With big crops and
hiu'n piiiv.5 this section of the country
v. il I e r.re prosperous this fall than
ever before, ar.d the boosters will be up
,:t the ! tad of the procession, while the
kr.oei.ers will be forgotten.
Sirjyed or Stolen!
Frcm my home, a black and white
Si,,;te.j fcmale doff Information
be gladly received by the owner,
A SAD CASE.
Fond Mother Why, my pet. you
should not strike your little brother
Spoiled Child I will! If he touches
my doll axain I'll break another chair
over his head, so there!
I-oikI Mother Hut, my dear,
know it isn't ladylike for little
Spoi"d Child You g.-t out! If you
say another word I'll I'll tell the
minister what you said about his wife's
Fond Mother (some years after)
My dear, it seems to me this engage
ment to Mr. Goodsoul is very sudden.
Spoiled Daughter There you go! I
knew you would. Always coming bo
tween me and my happiness. You can
yell your old head off if you want to.
but I'll marry him all the same.
Fond Mother Hut, my dear, it may
be that your dispositions
Spoiled Daughter Huh! If I can get
along with such an unreasonable
creature as you, I can get along with
any one. Now, just stop your chat
ter, and see about supper. He'll be
Fond Mother (two years afterward,
to visitor) Yes, it is too true, too
Visitor And so your daughter and
her husband have really separated?
Fond Mother Yes, poor stricken
child, she came home last night. Oh,
that she should ever have married
such a brute! She was always so ten
der, so affectionate, so timid. Poor
angel! He must have abused her ter
ribly. New York Weekly.
Head Astronomer I want a man
to figure eclipses, calculate the dis
tances between various stars, flr the
orbits of certain comets, and. In fact.
be a sort of handy mathematical man
around the heavens. What are your
Applicant (proudly) All last year.
sir, I was the official score-keeper for
a woman's bridge club. Life.
Dashaway I'm going to a house
party. Wonder what I need to take
Cleverton About a quart of five
dollar gold pieces to tip the servants
with, a flannel shirt, dress suit, pa
jamas, and a half-dozen engagement
He I'm saddest when I sing.
She Well, how do you suppose
I'd like to dress my wife in silks.
But goodness knows
I can't afford to pay the price
For silken hose.
Detroit Free Press.
He Had Noticed.
"There is one notable thing I have
observed," said the foreign lecturer.
"Your American women have the most
luxuriant hair of any women on the
Mats: shouted the irreverent in
dividual from the back of the hall.
She Is that friend of yours
you are expecting a tall man?
He About six feet two inches,
do you ask?
She Because in that case I
have to dust the ornaments on
top shelf. Royal Magazine.
Overburdened with Memory.
"Your son tells me he is going to
take lessons to cultivate his memory."
"I hope not," answered Farmer Corn-
tossel; "he can remember every fool
tune that was ever whistled." Wash
Lived Too Long.
Great Publisher Very sorry, sir, but
your manuscript will not do.
Old-Time Novelist Eh? What is the
matter with it?
Great Publisher It seems to have a
plot. New York Weekly.
"I wish my husband had a saving
disposition," said one woman.
"I wish mine hadn't," said the
otner. "He smokes himself half to
death in order to save tobacco cou
pons." Washington Star.
Patient What have you been doing
Doctor Merely killinc time.
Patient How prescribing for It?
"What did rather say when you
ajkea klm for me?"
"He dldnl tar amjthlag. H fell ea
my nack aid wf Chicago lUcord
H era! 4.
because our customer wants some
thing too cheap and too worthless for
us to carry. We will not handle
goods that are not worth 100 cents on
the dollar. If you want the poor kind
you'll have to go elsewhere. If you
want the good kind, the reliable de
pendable kind, then come to the store
"where quality counts."
C. E. Uescott's
"Where Quality Counts."
COL. NEVIUS IS ELECTED
NEW JERSEY MAN MADE CHIEF
OF THE GRAND ARMY.
Only One Ballot Necessary Salt Lake
City May Get the Next National
Toledo, O., Sept. 4. Col. Henry M.
Kevins of Red Hank, X. J., was elected j
commander-in-chief of the Grand
Army of the Republic Thursday. The j
election occurred on the first ballot, I
which gave Mr. Xevius 1"1 votes com-
pared with 2.11 for former (Jov Van ;
Sant of Minnesota, and !0 for L. T. j
Dickason of Illinois. On motion of j
the former Minnesota executive Hie
nomination o the New Jersey man !
was made unanimous.
0her officers were chosen as fol- j
lows: Senior vice-commander, .1. Kent j
Hamilton of Ohio; junior vice-coin- i
mander, O. C. Royce of California;
chaplain-in-chief, J. V. Spence of Ten- i
nessee; surgeon-in-chief, (J. Lane Tan- I
nehiil of Maryland.
J. W. Stebbins of Alabama made a
fight for junior vice-commander on the
ground that the south, with 150, Q00
graves of union dead to care for
should be represented on the national
staff. W. M. Scott of Atlanta, Ga.,
the retiring Junior vice-commander,
declared that the south, represented
by J. F. Spence among the national
officers, had every reason to be satis
fied. He expressed his approval of
the selection of the officers from wide
ly separated sections of the country.
The selection of a city for the next
encampment will be made some time
Friday, and although the weight tf
sentiment so far expressed, is in favor
of Salt Lake Ciy, this city is certain
to meet with opposition. It is stated
that stories that Atlanta ws after
the encampment this year had been
set afloat by unauthorized persons,
but the retiring vice-commander de
clared that when Atlanta's new audi
torium was completed nex year his
city would make a decided bid for
the honor of entertaining the veterans.
Col. Nevius, a native of New Jersey,
was studying law with the late Rus
sell A. Alger of Michigan when the
war broke out, and enlisted from the
state with the Lincoln cavalry. He
rose to a commission with the Seventh
Michigan and the 25th New York cav
alry regiments, and lost an arm in
front of Fort Stevens when the union
army was engaged with Gen. Early,
Col. Nevius, besides being twice de
partment commander of New Jersey,
has been a judge and president of the
New Jersey state senate.
The Woman's Relief Corps elected
Mrs. W. L. Gillman of Roxbury. Mass.,
Cry i t.' ir1i
Dcsi iime to oee
Every first and third Tues
day of each month, low-priced
homeseeker's excursions are
run over the lines of the : : :
into the rich and resourceful
farming regions of the South
west. It is a splendid chance
for the Northern and Eas
tern farmer, tfter his wheat
is gathered, to combine a
pleasure and propecting trip.
Write for rates and literature to
HUGH NORTON, Agent.
M. P. Ry., Plattamouth, Neb.
if all right if kept in a secure
place, but the; majority of the
"unwise thrifty " prefer to hide
their money, at home, or in
some out-of-the-way place, in
stead of intrusting it to the
safe keeping of a reliable bank.
We number among our depos
itors some of the shewdest and
most prominent commercial
men in town - a x'act that fully
attests our reliability.
BANK OF CASS COUNTY,
I.V TUSTHICT ClirilT,
Cass Cdcvtv, Nkh. I s"'
In the matter of the OuardiarisMp of ieonr
Leslie Hall a minor.
Now on the 17th day of Auifutt. l!Hi. tiilH
cause came mi hearing upon the ix-tition of
;eon.'e W. Hall, tniartliari. irayinir for lir-ensn
to. sell tin; undivided one sixth interest of sni'l
niinor in the following lands to-wit : Iyt (41
in the northeast uarterof the southeast "pmr
ter of section (4) township ( VX) ra litre, .j in
therity of I'lattsmouth. Nehraska: also thu
west half of the southwest ouarter of se-tlon
(i" township (:.') ratitre ('.',). in Jefferson coin,,
ty, Nebraska, for the pin .-. uf reinvesting
the prx.-eeds thereof to a hetter advantage for
said minor. It is ordered that the next of kin
and all ix-rsons interested in said matter i
l'ar tK-fore me at t he iist rii-t court room on
the :th day of Scptcmlier. at. ten 'o'clock,
a. m., to show cause why a license should not
tie framed to said iruardian as ahove sct.forth.
That notice of the t ime and place of aliort
heariiur he iriven to all ix-rsons Interested ,y
publishing a copy of this order in the I'latts
mouth Journal for three successive wwli
prior to the tli day of September, H.
Hauvev H. I. Tkavis,
Judtre of the IJistrlcl Court.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CTATE OF NEBRASKA. CASH COt NTV.
ss. In county court, in th matter oT
t-.f t ,i . I : . . 1 . 1 . I . , .1
Notice is hereby trlven that the creriit-ir t.t
said deceased will meet the administrator of
said estate, before me. county jude of Cawi
county. Nebrraska, at the county court room
in I'lattsmouth, in said county, on the 19th, day
of September. l'.tOs, and tu the IWh dav of
March, 19W), at 10 o'clock, a. m.. each day. for
the purpose of presenting their claims for ex
amination, adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the creditors of
I said deceased to present their claims, and one
year for the administrator to nettle said es
tate, from the ijnd day of Auirust, is".
Wit i. ess by hand and seal of said county
court, at i'lattsmouth. Nebraska, thisimd day
of A utrusl.
SKA!..) A LI EN J. HEESON.
!.). Invvn-. I cut.' y J udire.
Attorney for Estate.
j final Settlement Notice.
State of N hra.-ka. '
I County of C'a.ss, I in County Court,
j In the matter of t he ; uardiafiship of Ixra M.
l'lttuian and iiertna E. ril'.nian. Minors.
To all pervons interested in the rnat'.erof the
truaidianship of Ira M. l'itiman and
Uertha E. 1'ittman, Minor-,:
You are hereby notified that fi. II. Gilmor.
inardian of Lora M. I'ittman and Iiertna E.
I'ittman. minors, haa filed his report and p-tl -tion
for final settlement and allowance of his
final report and accounts. a.s to Lora M. Pitt
man, minor, and for hi discharge a. ttuch
iruardian over the person and etate of said
Lora M. I'ittman. minor, and that a heaiiojr
will be had thereon, at 10 o'clock a. m.. on t6
10th day of September. A . D.. 1st), at the oflice
of the county j autre of said county.
You are notified and required to file any and
all objections In the matter on or before said
boar of said day.
Witness my hand and official seal thl 2nd
day of September, A. R, 19u
skal ALLEN J. BEF.SOV.
RAMSET & Ramaet. Attorneys.
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