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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1908)
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T?j Kind Vou Ilavi? AHvaj's IJouglit, ami which lias been
tii use lor oviT .'O 3':irs, Jias onio llic Mgnatm'o of
ami has 1r-"'ii jn:iI iiimNt his per-
' X Ts? - ' . ii . i
- '-4cA4li AUownuoiiKHl('i vou in this.
All CoiiiMcrfriiy, lioi'.alions ami '.fnI-as-gool" are lut
Ilxpcrii.H-nt ial. liiCo -viiU ami endanger tin; Ix-alth of
tiilaiils ami JiiiI.lr'ii iiTi;;nco against J. jx-riiiient.
CJasloria is a harmless Mihstituto lor Castor Oil, TVire
irorh'. Drops ami Soothii: Syrups. It is I'l-'asant. It
ronfains ii-i(li-r Opium, Morphine nor tli' Xarcolie
Mils1niM'?r. lis ae is its guarantee. It destroys "Vrorins
ami allay Feverislniess. Jt cures liarrlii-a an.l 'Wind
Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Flatnlem-y. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Ilorvels, jiving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's i'anaeea The Mother's Friend.
iEfiUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The KM You Eaye Always Bought
ii uvjc rui uvci o J i cai o
TMt C(flT? roMPAMt, TV MUMftAV STRICT, NCW V1RH .T".
WHEH THE KETTLE SINGS
A couple of mares, one coming three
year-old and the other coming six years
its a simi i.f co.il sal isfaet ion. Want "''L ,:th in 0,, ?haJ'e
to i ;;r the music in .ur Kitciien? I- Lhxki.l.
I'asv order coal fruni this "Hire and ; . .,
yar'l. Th output o. tl-.- Tn'riion Lost A red and white heifer calf,
Tn i - -' I io fni'l Wt' 1 i Iris r:o sn-' weight ahout IT'l jouih1s. Lost ahout
p.-ry.r anywlt.-r. , irs r.;r;t! it- f-' ten days ago, Kindt r notify this ollice,
" or the owner, I 'hone
J. V. EGEN
Wl! I, J KAN'.
A four room cottage near the shoji.
Lumber for Safe!
'PUTINC ria-'-moiiMi No.
?LATTSV.CUT!I, NEBRASKA. 1 have a riliality )f cotton uo,,d Ium-
her on hand at my place one-half mile
east cf the Missouri River Kerry in
Iowa, which I will sell SIG.OO per thou
sand feet Lumber is in good shape.
Frausn-Vcrein To Meet.
The (Jerrnan Presbyterian Krauen : an lengths and widths. Address. I'acif-
Verein will meet with Mrs. Wehrhein je Junction la, or Mutual Phone from
Thursday afternoon. I there. A. Graham.
BUSTER BROWN BLUE RIBBON SHOES
The Brown Sitae Co.
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SC DAY PARADE SEPT 29?
A MiruT nAnAnc crnT tath
5EPT 23 ''.'.."" otL2 "I
Of The Lewis H. Young Family At
On September PUh. l'.XiS, near the
beautiful little city of Wayne, Wayne
county, Nebraska, a reunion of an
honored family took place, at which a
number of former Cass county people
This reunion took place especially in
honor of ne of Cass county's earliest
pioneer women, Mrs. Lewis 11. Young,
born February 22, 12", and no v in her
Here at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Rosa 15. I'hipps, and her husband,
this loved and venerable pioneer lady,
looked backward oyer two generators
her children ami grandchildren; and
but for sickness, another generation
would lave betn ire: e it her great
This family reunion was represented
as follows: Mrs. Lewis II. Young of
Carroll, Wayne county. Neb. Her
sons, Jasper W. Young of Plattsmouth
and his wife, Mrs. Mattie E. Young;
Iiyron E. Young of Carroll, Neb. ; Eddie
Young and wife, Mrs. Emma Young,
of Carroll, Neb., and their five boys,
Jodie, Pennie, Bernard, Ernest and
Edgar Jodie and Pennie being twins,
fifteen years old.
The daughters present were Mrs.
liosa P. Phippss and her husband, Ed
ward E. Phipps of Wayne, Neb., and
their children Harry, Gertrude, Her
bert, Eva and Lessie. Mrs. Luella A.
Olmstead, and her husband, William R.
Olmstead, of Carroll, Neb.
All the children were present except
one daughter Mrs. Joanna Johnson,
who died a number of years ago, leav
ing two children, a son, Harvey John
son, residing at Murray, Neb., and a
daughter, Mrs. Charles Manners, re
siding at Plattsmouth, Neb.
Mrs. Manner's two children Joseph
ine and Harold are the only greatgrand
children living, but were unable to be
present at the reunion, and, likewise
were Mrs. Manners and Harvey John
son unable to attend.
At this beautiful farm home of Mr.
and Mrs. Phippss, were assembled rep
resentatives of three generations, the
venerable mother, grandmother and
children and grandchildren.
Around the festal board, loaded with
the choicest viands, loved, honored and
venerable age with joyous, hopeful
youth gathereei to enjoy sociability and
to partake of a bounteous dinner which
Mrs. Phippss knows so well how to
A somewhat unusual variation from
the ordinary of a family reunion was a
feature of the happy occasion. Prom
early childhood, the son, Eddie Young,
had shown a marked talent for instru
mental music and early in young man
hood became an expert violinist. As
years advanced he became a leader and
teacher in instrumental music. Of Ed
die's five sons, three Joeiie, Bennie
and Bernarel are likewise musicians,
and on this occasion, Eddie and his sons
with band instruments and violin, de
lighted the participants with a number
of choice selections.
Mrs. Young, the honorary guest and
her husband, the late Lewis H. Young,
were among the earliest pioneer set
tlers of Cass county, having located on
a farm near olel Three Groves in 1S55,
where all their children were born with
the exception of Jasper and Byron, who
were born in Mills county, la.
Altogether this reunion of the Lewis
H. Young family was a most enjoyable
affair to all concerned, and one that
will long he remembered by the participants.
$J Beginning Tuesday, Sepfeptember 15th. We Close Our Store at 7 p. m., Sharp!
O Patent Leather Metcalf Top,
J McKay Sole, and nj rr
tt? TlimnCnlk f'ntm, V I llll
i.iii.ii,hi vytn tui y llll
No. 365 1-2
In Ladies Shoes
We represent the Largest Ladies' Shoe
Manufacturer in the United States. The
Queen Quality Shoes, made by men who have
built a reputation for making good shoes and
are increasing in output every year. It is the
shoe that fits. Put it on!
No. 365 1-2
This Shoe is made from
the very finest kid; flexi
ble sole, patent tip, twen
tieth century heel. A shoe
you can walk in as easy
the first time as your old
shoes. Try it. $3.00. It
fits, put it on.
The Boston Favorite
This shoe is also made
by the Queen Quality peo
ple. Is a trifle lower in
price, but the most popu
lar shoe of the day for
Patent Leather, Ten Button, V
Metcalf Top, Milli- ft fl ff
tary llccl. M,K.y 4,J0
Mr. Jes. Kozem, Slovenic correspon
dent, Chicago, 111., wrote us the follow
ing : "I am working all day at my
writing machine and was suffering for
lack of exercise, from loss of appetite
and indigestion, j fter trying rrany
kinds of powders and pills my atten
tions was called to Triner's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine. In a few days my
appetite began to appear and now I
can eat anything. It is certainly my
dnty to recommend it to all who have a
habits are often troubled with indiges
tion, constipation and other difficulties.
Triner's American Elixir of Bitter Wine
is the only remedy for them. It stimu
lates the digestive organs to an increas
ed activity and keeps them strong and
healthy. Use it in all maladies of the
stomach and the bowels, At drugstore.
Jos. Triner, 616 to 622 So. Ashland
Ave., Chicago, 111.,
Js Czsl is33 I&a
GUT OFF 67 FIRE
WHITE MAN AND SIX INDIANS
THOUGHT TO EE DEAD.
Wabash Department i
! A. J. BRANN, Manager I
DANGER IS NOT YET OVER
Troy Ward was down from Elmwood
J. W. Staton bought a car of sheep
Ed Dorr was at Omaha Tuesday.
A. J. Brann was at Lincoln Monday
A. W. Barrett was at Omaha Tuesday.
Thos. Cromwell went to Omaha Mon-j Chas. Wood was at Council BiuJFs
Naval Militia Officers Say Lutsen,
Near Grand Marais, Probably
Will Be Destroyed by
Duluth, Minn., Sept. 16. Grand
Vavnic ic erivHlorl h" rrviriTisr TYlountninS t
of fire and smoke and it is believed i Weeping Water Sunday-
Mrs. Anna Hobbs and daughter mov
ed to Lincoln Eriday.
Miss Viola Hinds visited friends at
Nehawka last week.
Raymond Harrison was up from
OCT 3RD! CORONATION BALL OCT 2?
1908. ICHILDREN5 BALL 0CT3?
that a man named Monker and six In
dians, cut off from town by fire in
their efforts to save homesteaders at
Nester, have perished in the flames.
This was the news brought in at
noon Tuesday by Adjt. Gen. Wood and
officers of the Minnesota naval militia,
who arrived on the Gopher from the
north shore. The Gopher came in for
coal and provisions and returned to
Grand Marais at niylit.
Lutsen in Greatest Danger.
The officers say the daneer is not
yet over by any means. Lutsen, a
small settlement near Grand Marais.
is in the greatest danger, say the
naval militiamen. It is surrounded
by fire and everything there seems
doomed to destruction, although it is
not thought that any loss of life will
occur. For the fate of Monker and
the six Indians who went Monday
night to Nester, a homesteader's set
tlement not far from Grand Marais,
there are very grave fears.
"The men started out from the town
in an attempt to save some of the
People of sedentary J the fire swept jn behind them and the
village, and it is thought that they
have perished," said Gen. Wood of the
Gopher. "Unless they were able to
escape in the other direction, they are
lost. Their chances of escaping the
ether way ar? very slim because a
big fire was coming toward them from
"At Colville, six miles from Grand
Marais, everything went." said Gen.
Wood. "Among those burned out
there were Mrs. H. Shepard, Iver
Johnson and Eli Mizenia."
Men Left to Figr.t Flames.
"The situation looked very bad at
Chicago Bay." sc-dd Commander Eaton,
"and some people wanted us to de
clare martial law there but we did not
deem it necessary. However we left j
ten men from the ship there. Forty ,
men from the boat were left to fight j
the fire at Lutsen and 20 were left at
Grand Marais. As soon as we secure !
coal and provisions here we will start j
back on the Gopher and will be there i
in the mcrning." :
The officers of the Gopher declare ;
the gravity of the situation on the '
north shore lias not been exaggerated :
in the least and that the Go; her wa? I
of great service to the eoi ie.
Wm. Edgar bought the Walter Perry
farm of John Perry last week.
Miss May McBride was down from
Elmwood Sunday visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stanley visited
relatives at Weeping Water Sunday.
The secretaiy cf the Nebraska State
Railway Association was here Thurs
day. Saveral from here attended the Har
vest Home Eestival at Murdock last
Erank Hulfish pitched ba!! at Mur
dock Thursday, at Louisville Friday and
FA Wilson was at Weeping Water
Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Hinds was at
M. A. Tyson was down from Elm
wood Wednesday selling Canada land.
J. W. Carter was up from Weeping
Water, Wednesday selling Mexico
Miss Pheby Ely went to Lincoln
Tuesday for a weeks visit with rela
tives. The Bornemeier Bros, bought a new
Auto from the Wabash Train Co. last
Ceo. Horn, Special Agent for the M.
W. A. Accident Association of Cedar
Creek was here last week.
For Rent A good three-room house
with two acres of ground. Fred M.
Hesse, Bell 'phone 12.
When looking for a dentist in Omaha
call on G. W. Todd. 403 Brandies building.
All sorts of excuses are being offer
ed by the republican national committee
to explane the success of the guaranty
law in Oklahoma. The real reason
is best explained by the man at Alvo
whe sent his deposit to the Chick
asha bank where it drew good interest
and was guarranteed by the law. That
is what counts. Look about in your
neighborhood and see if there isn't
someone else who has sent his funds
where they would be safe.
Jls IjL Jitlf
I will sell at mv farm, five miles southwest of
Louisville, on WEDXESAY. OCTOBER 7th, 1908,
60 Duroc Jerseys: 35 Boars; 25 Sows and four Short
Horn Bulls. Send for catalogue.
C. J. CAEBEL,
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