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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1908)
DAILY PERSONAL NEWS!
Short Items of Interest, Prom Satur j;
day Evening's Daily Journal
C. I). Clapp came in last night from
Elmwood to transact some business.
Henry Horn from near Cedar Creek
was in the city topay looking after busi
ness. J. H. Haldemanwas a visitor today in
Omaha being a passenger on the early
S. Furlong, the veteran Rock Falls
farmer is in the city today transacting
Cid Archer is in Omaha this after
noon having gone up on the fast mail
Mrs. Ceo. M. Porter was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where she will
spend the day.
Ed. Rummel and Miss Mary Janda
were passengers for Omaha on the M.
P. last evening.
Wm. Hogabone is in the city today
from his home at LaPlatte looking
after business matters.
Ernest Wurl is a visitor in Lincoln
today to remain over Sunday, going up
on the mail train at noon.
Mrs. J as. Burianek was a passenger
this morning for Lincoln where she will
visit relatives over Sunday.
G. B. Walz was a passenger this
morning for Lincoln where he will visit
over Sunday with relatives.
Chas. Chrisweiser was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where he had
business matters to attend to.
Miss Josie and Pearl Bajeck were
passengers this morning for Omaha
where they will visit with friends.
C. F. Harris is looking after business
matters in the big city up the river,
going up on the fast mail at noon.
J. R. Will-rockson of Elmwood is in
the city today visiting with friends and
looking after some business matters.
Mrs. Ed. Ohms and daughter, Mabel,
departed this morning for Omaha where
they will visit friends for several days.
Mrs. A. F. Seybert and daughter,
came down this morning from their
farm near Cullom for a day in the city.
J. M. Leek and wife departed this
morning for Glenwood, la. where they
will visit with their daughter over Sun
day. Mrs. Wm. Wetenkamp accompanied
Albert Wetenkamp and wife to Omaha
today being a passenger on the early
Aug. Roessler and wife were passen
ger this morning for Omaha where they
will spend the day visiting and looking
Albert Wetenkamp and wife were
passengers this morning for Omaha
where they had business to look after
during the day.
R. Blumquist, traveling in the interest
tf an agricultural implement house, was
in the city over night interviewing the
M. Lutz and wife returned this morn
ing from a several days visit at Blair,
where they were guests at the wedding
of Mrs. Lutz's sister.
A. C. Tulene. wife and baby were
passengers this morning for Omaha
where they will visit with relatives
and friends over Sunday.
A. Peistrup and wife were passengers
this morning for Council Blnffs, la.
where they will visit with relatives
and friends for a few days.
C. C. Wescott departed yesterday
morning for Auburn, where he goes to
attend the Methodist conference, and
will probably remain over Sunday.
J. H. Cotner, wife and children de
parted this mornirg for a visit with Mr.
Cotner 's parents at Blue Hill. Neb.
They expect to he gr.e ur.til next
Mrs. J. K. PouccLis an:i daughters,
Wsta. ur.d Marie, were passengers
this rr.urr.ir.g fr Omaha where they
will spend the day visiting and sight
Geo. and Henry Wilken of Creiprhton,
Neb., who have been in the city several
days visiting their brother Charles
Wilken, returned to their home this
morning on the early trar.'i.
J. II. Thrasher departed on the fast
mail this noon for Shelby, la., where
he v. i!l attend a reunion of the rela
tives f his wife. Mrs. Thrasher has
teen in the' by for several days and the
Col. will join her there this evening.
He expects to be absent until next
C. H. Petersen of Ti'.den, Neb., who
was called here by the demise of his
mother, Mrs. Gertrude Petersen, re
turned to his home this morning. Mr.
Petersen met many old friends while
here, all of whom were glad to see him
and glad to learn that he was in a
prosperous condition with an abundance
of this world's goods. Chris had many
friends here during his residence in the
city several years ago.
Geo. P. Horn from near Louisville is
in the city today visiting with friends
and looking after business matters.
R. O. Cole and wife are spending the
afternoon in Omaha having been pass
engers on the fast mail for that point.
Geo. Horn, representing the Modern
Woodmen Accident Association, lis in
the city today from his home at Cedar
Mrs. Clemmie Shaw today departed
for Omaha where she will make her
future home, having obtained a position
J. F. You mans of Glenwood, la.,
spent a few hours in the city this morn
ing en route from South Omaha to his
W. H. Heil, the Eight Mile Grove
precinct stock and hog raiser, is in the
city today looking after some business
Joe Roucka, wife and baby are spend
ing the day in Omaha having gone up
on the fast mail for a visit with relatives
Art. Conant is looking after some
business matters in the metropolis this
afternoon leaving on the mail train for
Mrs. Fred Stevens and children of La
Platte were in the city this morning
looking after business matters return
ing to the fast mail.
Andrew J. Snyder departed on the
fast mail this noon for Ulysses, Neb.,
where he will visit with his brother who
resides near that place.
Mrs. John Walters and children of
LaPlatte were in the city today looking
after business matters, returning to
their home on the fast mail.
Mrs. Nels Hawkinson of Havelock
was in the city for a few hours today
looking after some business matters,
returning to her home on the fast mail
Mrs. H. D. Nelson and little son of
Pacific Junction, Iowa, came over this
morning and spent a few hours in the
city proceeding to Omaha on the fast
F. A. Finkel, J. R. Drjsons, L. V.
Finkel of Union and A. P. Finkel of
Marietta, O. were a party registered
at the Perkins hotel today haviug came
to the city this morning.
Mrs. W. B. Rishel and Mrs. J. B.
Archer were two passengers this noon
on the mail train for Gretna, Neb. where
they expect to visit with relatives of
Mrs, Archer for a week or so.
Remember the big Bryan and Kern
club meeting next Monday night. Turn
out and help organize this club which
already has over one hundred and fifty
members. Make you name one of them
and join the big Bryan wave.
J. Stenner departed this noon on the
mail train for Bartley, Neb, where he
will visit and look after business for
the next thirty days. Mr Stenner is a
great admirer of the country in the vi
cinity of Bartley and McCook and feels
called upon to make trips to that locali
ty every occasionally. His daughter,
Gertrude, accompanied him as far as
Miss Leona Merrell departed today for
the home of her parentes in Carroll,
Neb., to spend a few days with her
parents previous to returning to her
work in the bank at Okoma, Iowa, of
which she is assistant cashier. Miss
Lucilla Bates accompanied her as far
as Omaha. Miss Merrell expects to
stop oil here for a few days on her re
turn. Adam Grir.kaus, an old friend of
Commissioner Friedrich, of Chariton,
Iowa, was in the city over night as his
guest. Mr. Grinkaf s had been serving
upon the Federal jury at Council
BlulFs, la., and concluded to run down
for a brief visit. His last visit was
thirty-seven years ago when the only
way of getting into the city was by
ferry boat. He found many and great
changes had taken place in that time.
Mr. Grinkaus departed this morning
for Glenwood for a brief visit.
In Police Court yesterday evening B.
Gelding filed his bond for an appeal
from the fine of ten dollars administered
to him by Police Judge Archer for dis
turbing the peace by poking V. C.
Ahlstrand upon the ear. The amount
of the bond was One Hundred dollars
and Mr. Golding's mother was surety
on the bond. The case will not come
up for sometime in district court.
Andy Campbell came in last evening
from Murray, where he had been en
gaged in painting Glen Boedeker's new
residence. Mr. Campbell is an expert
painter and he has given Mr. Boedeker
a good job thoroughly in keeping with
the general make-up of this residence
which is one of the most attractive in
this section. Mr. Campbell says he is
well pleased to have done the work up
on so fine a house.
Wm. Puis, sr. and son, Wm., jr.,
were in the city today and made the
Journal office a pleasant call.
Harmon Beck and family were in the
city today looking after business matters
and visiting with acquaintances.
1). W. McCurdy of Eagle, accompan
ied by George Vannoy were in the city
today and called on the Journal while
A. L. Anderson and wife are spend
ing the afternoon in Omaha, having
been passengers on the mail train for
Mrs. W. W. Hull returned to her
home in Lincoln this noon after spend
ing several weeks visiting with friends
in this city.
Ex-Treasurer W. D; Wheeler was in
the city from his farm down in Rock
Bluffs precinct today, looking after
A. J. Engelkemeier from the Murray
neighborhood was in the city this after
noon meeting friends and acquaintances
and transacting business.
Joe Higer, his sister-in-law and her
son were passengers this noon for their
home in the Black Hills after a visit in
the city with the family of Joe Crigh.
H. C. Long and wife came in this
morning from Murray and looked after
business matters in the city. They vis
ited the Journal office for a few mo
ments which was highly appreciated.
The only business transacted today
at the County Court was the first hear
ing on claims against the Samuel S.
Johnson estate which was had this
morning, when a number of claims
Justus Lillie and wife were in the
city today looking after business mat
ters. It is understood that Mr. and
Mrs. Lillie contemplate moving from
their farm to a home in this city in the
Mrs. M. B. Houk returned to her
home in Omaha this afternoon after a
visit of several days in the city with
friends. Martin Houk will stay here a
while longer, the doctor thinking it
best for him to remain until his health
is fully recovered. Miss Stella Good
ing accompanied Mrs. Houk for a
brief visit with her.
Mrs. Peter Lindsey and daughters,
Lena and Dollie departed this noon for
a trip to Denver, Colo., where they will
visit with relatives of Mr. Lindsey for
a week or ten days. Miss Gertrude
Lindsey will spend the time visiting
with her cousin in Omaha. Peter Lind
sey accompanied them as far as Omaha
where he will see Miss Gertrude prop
erly placed and then return.
Chas. Bailey of Big Springs, Neb.,
came in last night on No. 14 for a brief
visit with relatives. Mr. Bailey in
company with a Mr. Johnson came in
yesterday from Big Springs with a
load of cattle for South Omaha and
concluded to run down here to see Mr.
Bailey's relatives. They are young
and prominent farmers in that section
and have had a prosperous season
especially with their cattle.
Prof. J. W. Gamble departed this
morning for Lincoln expecting to re
turn to Ashland where he will join Mrs.
Gamble and together they will spend
Sunday visiting with the Craig's near
that place. The professor expects to
return to the city tomorrow evening.
He is glad to say that the schools have
started off well and there is every prom
ise that the ensuing year will be an un
usually good one in all departments.
David F. Johnston came in this morn
ing on No. 6 accompanied by his son J.
W. and grand-daughter. The old gentle
man is an old soldier blind and crippled
and for ten years past has been an in
mate of the soldier's home at St. James,
Mo. They will visit a few days with
D. P. Jackson and family after which
the old gentleman will enter the Soldier's
Home at Marshalltown, la. He has
been spending the summer with his son
at Curtis, Neb.
Lost A red and white heifer calf,
weight about 170 pounds. Lost about
ten days ago. Finder notify this cfiice,
or the owner, Phone 2-P.
Flatter Satisfactorily Adjusted.
This morning's Omaha papers contain
a dispatch from Nebraska City telling
of the filing of an information in the
courts of that place against one F. N.
Dunlap, charging him with obtaining
money under false pretenses. From
the dispatch it is claimed that Dunlap
had a number of his friends in Nebras
ka City cash checks for him upon an
Omaha bank, where he had no money
on deposit, tne checks being returned.
Nothing is raid as to whether or not
a warrant was issued for Dunlap.
Dunlap, who was formerly connected
with the C. & N. W. Ry., at Omaha,
has been in the city for several days
visiting with friends and when seen by
a Journal reporter denied that there
was any trouble pending on account of
the checks. He admitted issuing them,
but claimed that his account had simply
been overdrawn, and there was nothing
more serious. He also claimed that the
matter had been satisfactorily adjusted
and closed up and that there would be
no trouble over it. He has been looking
after some business deals here and em
phatically denied any intention of leav
ing the city.
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Miss Ruth Johnson Entertains.
Miss Ruth Johnson last evening en
tertained in honor of Miss Nellie Wells
of Atchison, Kas., a number of young
lady friends. She chose as her form
of entertainment a theatre party at the
Majestic theatre following it up with a
dainty and delicious luncheon at her
home. The guests who enjoyed Miss
Johnsons hospitality were Misses Fran
ces Weidman, Gladys Marshall, Gretch
en Donley, Ellen Windham, Helen
Dovey, lone Dovey, Helen Chapman
and the guest of honor Miss Nellie
Wells of Atchison, Kas.
Andrew Stohlman Recovering.
Dr. Allison came down from Omaha
Tuesday evening and performed an op
eration on Andrew Stohlman for appen
dicitis. The operation was successful
and Mr. Stohlman is on a fair way
to recovery. While here the doctor
alsoj performed on operation on Mr.
Stohlman's little girl for a rupture and
she is also doing nicely. Lousville
For Sale A 13-room house in good re
pair and 3 lots. A bargain if taken
soon. Also, other snaps. Apply to J.
H. Thrasher, Coates block.
Enjoyed the Outjng.
Mrs. J. E. McDaniel yesterday en
tertained her guests Mrs. Smith and
daughter, Grace, with a little outing at
Paradise Lake the charming home of
O. M. Streight and family, northwest
of the city. The party which compris
ed J. E. McDaniel, wife and daughthr,
and Mrs. Smith and daughter drove
out to the lake where the day was
spent beneath the cool shade of the
trees in a most enjoyable manner.
The party returned in the early even
ing Insurance Adjuster Here.
The adjuster of the Providence
Washington Insurance Company was in
the city today looking up the fire loss
of John Hockstrasser. He had no
trouble in arriving at an adjustment
with Mr. Hockstrasser and re
commendep that the company pay the
amount it was liable for under its policy
viz: $750.00. A draft for this amount
will be forwarded Mr. Hockstrasser
from Chicago, 111., within a few days.
A. L. Tidd is the local agent of the
company. Nothing yet has been heard
from the Milwaukee Fire Insurance
Company which also has a small policy
on the loss.
A large delegation of members of
the local lodge of Sons of Herman
spent yesterday in Nebraska City, the
guests of the Nebraska City lodge.
They went down on the morning M. P.
train and were met at the depot by
members of the Nebraska City lodge
with carriages and conveyed to the
lodge rooms where a meeting was held
and the members from this city royally
entertained. The Nebraska City boys
had prepared a warm welcome for the
visitors and made them feel at home
from the start. A fine lunch had been
prepared for the visitors and many
other forms of entertainment provided.
The boys returned home last evening
on the afternoon train highly pleased
with their reception. Those in attend
ance from this city included John P.
Sattler, Henry and William Kaufman,
Herman Tiekotter, Ed Donat, Adolph
Giese, A. Wesche, H. M. Soennichsen,
Emil Walters and Chris Tscherren.
A couple of mares, one coming three
year-old and the other coming six years
old. Both in good shape.
L. F. Kohnki.l.
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