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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1908)
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DAILY PERSONAL NEWS!
Short Items of Interest, From Fri
day Evening's Daily Journal
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visit. Mr. Keyser has a number fTlp TRAIlf flP
ri'lal ivt'H nt various! nlacr-s in t he t-otintv. ' t I ilMUte III
Miss Christine Soennichsen will de-J
j part this evening on the flyer for Ch;
! c ago, 111., where she will take, up an!
I art course, covering a period of three j
i years. Miss Soennichsen has great ar
, tistic talent and there is no question j
hut that it s development will come
rapidly after she once undertakes the
j study. Her many friends predict a
j brilliant future for the young lady in
! her chosen profession.
How Bradstreet's View Matters Con
versatism Rules in Purchasing
11. W. Black was a passenger on the
mail at noon for Omaha, going up on
Mrs. C. Herman, was a visitor this
morning in Omaha going up on the
Business in all branches has been re
markably dull for the past week in
Louis Shomaker, of Avoca, drove
over this morning to look after some
Mrs. II. I). Thompson was a passen
ger this morning for Omaha where she
will spend the day.
The entertainments now being given
at the Majestic are the best that can
be produced anywhere.
Will Stoll drove into the city this
morning, from near Avoca, having
some important business matters to
Ed. Schomaker was among the par
ties from Avoca who drove over to the
county seat today to transact business
Mrs. F. I). Caldwell was amongthose!
having business to look after in Omaha
today being a passenger on No. ID this
Miss Lillian Bookmeyer came in this
morning from her musical duties at
Omaha, for a visit over Sunday with
Dr. A. I'. Barnes, was a passenger
this morning for Ornaha to consult the
specialist treating him, and for regular
Frank Wade, of Christianburg, Va.,
was iii the city this morning enroute to
Louisville, where he expects to find
Judge Travis will return home Satur
day or .Monday. John Leyda received
Pittsburg and Cleveland papers from
him this morning.
Koseoe Harshman of Avoca was in
the city today looking after business
matters. lie drove over this morning
and returned this afternoon.
Mark Furlong came in from his home
at Bock BIulFs this morning bringing in
Frank Keyser and wife and to look
after some business matters.
Albert Wetenkamp and wife and
Mrs. Wm. Wetenkamp were passen
gers this morning for Omaha where
they had important business to look
Ceo. 1'eters came
having driven over,
in from Avoca,
John Albert carne in this morning
from his country home, to superintend
He will drive back j the building of some concrete walks
'around his property on West Pearl
John Schiappecasse. the popular fruit ! street. He is replacing all his board
stand man, is in Omaha this afternoon
j looking after some business matters.
i Mrs. L. Bannister was a passenger
for Omaha this morning, where she
will visit friends for a couple of days.
Be on your guard for house breakers.
They are robbing homes in adjoining
towns, and they will be in I'lattsmouth,
William Barclay was a passenger
this morn ng tor Cedar Creek, going
out on No and expecting to return
Albert Scuttler was a passenger this
noon for Omaha, where he goes to visit
friends and look after some business
S. A. Long, wife and child were pas
sengers at noon on the fast mail for
Omaha where they will spend a few
Mrs. V. V. Leonard was a passenger
this afternoon for Omaha, where she
will visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. C.
Bulger, for several day.
Miss Lillian Bookmeyer who came
down from Omaha this morning made a
very brief visit with her folks returning
to that city on the mail train.
Miss Worth, of Council Bluffs, la.,
who has been in the city for
days, the guest of Mrs. G. E. Dovey
and family, returned to her home this
Mrs. Mary Benton, of Blue Springs,
Neb., who has been in the sity for sev
eral days, the guest of E. E. Hilton
and wife, departed this noon on No. 7
for her homo.
Ferdinand and August Bronkow, of
walks with concrete and will soon have
a walk put in in front of his place, if
the city authorities give him the grad
ing necessary to the work. Mr. Albert
is showing commendable enterprise in
making these improvements.
To Have the Course Changed.
A movement is on foot backed by
several of the most influential citizens
of the precinct to have the course of
Four Mile creek changed and the chan
nel straightened and deepened. This
Bradstreet's says: "While events
generally trend toward general if slow j
improvement, conservatism still rules i
purchasing in wholesale and jobbing
lines and in several centers fall trade,
notably in dry goods, has passed its
maximum. Taken as a whole trade,
though in a few instances equal to a
year ago at this date is still generally
below the normal, and the approach of
the election has a tendency to discour
age all but absolutely necessary pur
chases. "Western trade advices are good
as a whole, though house trade is on the
wane and traveling salemen are relied
upon to take care of reorder business.
There is very general agreement that
stocks are small in retailers' hands and
color to this is given by the many or
ders given for immediate shipment,
which throws unusual burdens in turn
improvement will be of great benefit i on jobbers, wholesalers and manufac-
to the people having land along the
creek as it will result in turning consid
erable land which is now useless into
good tiilable soil.
To secure this needed improvement a
committee was selected and made a
trip to Omaha this afternoon where
they expect to meet General Manager
Holdrege of the Burlington to see
whether or not that road can be induced
to take a part in the proposed work
and lend its assistance toward carrying
on the work at its crossing of the stream
and from there to the mouth of the
The committee which went up con
sisted of Former Senator S. L. Thomas,
Eddie Todd and Theo. Siarkjohann,
several ! three of the most representative farm
ers of the precinct. It is to be hoped
that their mission proves a success and
that the Burlington will see its way
clear to join in what will prove an im
provement of great value.
Settled Out cf Csisrt.
Matthew Gering was in Papillion the
fore part of the week as an attorney
in the Paul Boob Will case, being cir-
Ask tike MlOl
Who WeaLrs Ovir Clothes
and there are lots of them in
Cass county they will tell
you, to a man, that for good
quality clothes we cannot be
beat. We've worked hard for
that reputation you cannot
gainsay such evidence. We
have lost some sales because
we wouldn't handle shoddy
goods, but we're adding daily
to our list of customers, those
who want reliable, depend
able clothing. If you're not
already one of our customers
we'd like the privilege of show
Stove Creek precinct, were in the city ; ployed by some of the heirs, who
yesterday afternoon transacting busi- I thought they were being deprive.1, of
ness and calling on Elmwood friends, at
the court house.
Mrs. Frank Robinson, accompanied
their rights. In speaking of the mat
ter, the Papillion Times says:
A little piece f good advice in
turers. Pacific coast trade reports a:.d
those received from the spring wheat
northwest are generally encouraging.
Southern reports are rather more
irregular, but the rapid movement of
cotton to market tends to help southern
trade and collections to some extent, j
although the contract in the price of j
cotton, which is now 'M cents lower as
cumuaieu wilii a ycai i&i, i i man - rcturn from
back to the trade, there is rather
more doing at the eastern markets in
some kinds of men's wear fabrics and
foreign dress fabrics. Food products,
such as groceries and meats, are also
relatively more active. The leather
trades are quite; hides are dull but firm,
while shoe orders are not equal to ex
pectations. "Business failures in the United
States for the week ending September
24 number 2';', against li'io' last week,
1(!G in the like week of ISO?, iC5in llK.C,
!." in 1!M.", and 17!) in IDOL
"Failures in Canada for the week j
number thirty-two, against twenty-five:
List week and thirty-six in the wee!; ( f j
"Whcf t. including (lour, exports '
from the United States and Canada for j
'Where Quality Counts." j
the week ending September
gate G,43,& bushels, against :,,V.tt,)ll
bushels last week and ",272,7o7 bushels
this week last year. For the thirteen
Miss Georgia Kline, who came down
from Lincoln last evening and made a
brief visit with Mrs. Schildkr.echt, re
t.irned on the fast mail to the capital
Chas. A. Bichey came down from
Louisville this morning, and after a
brief visit with his father and brother,
continued on to Omaha, where he had
business matters to attend to.
by her father, George Whitehead,
parted on the fast mail at noon lor
Central Citv. Colorado, where she will
: visit with her sister for a short time. j
Mrs. W. II. Dasher and child and
Mrs. R. Bilstein and child, of Chalco,
Neb., who have been visiting Mrs. C.
Dasher in this city, for several days,
departed on the mail train this noon for j
their homes. j
Miss Hannah Black and Mrs. Clyde
, Melntyre departed this morning on the j
early train for Denver, Col., where j
they will visit with friends for several
days. En route they will stop over at !
Lincoln for a brief visit.
Martin B. Houk, after several weeks
of rest from his duties in the Omaha
yards of the Burlington, and a recupera
; tive spell from the effects of the heat,
returned this noon on the mail to that
j city and will resume his labors with the
G. M. Gammon and wife were in the
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Labor Conditions Alarming.
George Sherwood, mention of whose
Chicago, III., is made in
another column, states that conditions
in Chicago are very bad, especially in
the labor market. The city is overrun
with idle men and there is little or no
; demand for their services. He speaks
. of the scenes around the labor agencies
I as being actually distressing, the alleys
. back of the offices being thronged with
! idle men. The same conJitions exist
! to a modified degree in the smaller
j towns, being in evidence at Dubuque,
where he was employed, and other
i towns. Jle found a great Bryan wave
'over the country and says that the
laboring men cannot forget Taft's in
junction record and his stand on labor
MUiistions. While in the east Mr. Sher-
; wood visited Milwaukee and describes
it as a great city where socialism runs
i rampant. Socialism has a greater hold
I on the laboring men of that city than
1 any where else in the country and
j there is a possibility that the next con-
To I 'city M :i i-li. li-ftncl;i nl . will I ;ili' not '.
Ilint out hr I'.'l ll ll.'l.V of -1 I cm I (IT. I!dl. .,c ! ,i
M arsli. plaint i IV liiTi in. lilcil Iht pi-tiljoii pi
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ai-raiii-.t aiil ili'fcinl:t in . I he oli :cct and in a .c,
of w hich U to old a in a Ucci i . i ,( iHvitic fi-i..n
I he IioihIn of mat linn hi. from t he sa id ilefci. 1
anl. for the reason tnut the defendant l.a-
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ha- deei ted I I :i i 1 1 j ! I' and loi not ii'muI j,. r
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N i n. 1
Frank Johnson and wife were visit
ors yesterday at the Walker Section
some eighteen miles out of the city, j
srrminr on t hp wnv at 1 h '1 n ct 11 ot- i
n, - , ,T ri.-ii- i - 4- c city last night, having come down from
Phillips , Mrs. Phillips being a sister of L, . , . . ,
their home at Lincoln. Mrs. Gammon
was formallv a rpsident. of this citv.
Mrs. Emily Haver and daughter, of j havi Hved wlth Surveyor Hilton and
Pubelo, Col., who have been in the city
for several days, the guest of Mrs.
Haver's cousin. A. W Atwood and
family, returned to their home on the
mail train today.
A. Graham came over from Iowa
this morning on business. Mr. Graham
still has a quantity of the fine cottonwood
lumber left which he advertised in this
paper for sale sometime ago, although
he has sold much of it.
Chas. Edmund and Nate Muller of
Lincoln came in last evening from the
capital city, and after spending the
night and morning in the city, depart
ed for Omaha, from which place they
will go to Denver, Colo.
Lauren Jones, an osteopathist of
South Omaha, was in the city today
looking over the field with a view to
opening an office. He returned to
South Omaha on the mail, not having
reached any conclusion as to the advis
ability of the move.
John S. Hall, the plumber and heat
ing man, today is engaged it putting in
the boiler at the fine residence of Geo.
E. Dovey for his private heating plant.
Mention was marie of this work several
days ago when the contract was let.
Mr. Hall is rushing the work to a
ppeedy completion and expects to be
able to have the job done in a very few
Dr. Dan Goldir.g was in the city to
day for a visit with his mother and
brother, returning to Omaha on the
fast mail. Dr. Dan is still quite weak
and suffers somewhat yet from the
effect of an operation which he had
performed several months aero. He re
joiced in the fact, however, that he
was steadily gaining strength and be
lieves it to be but a question of a short
time until he will be all right again.
family for several years, leaving here
a year ago.
C. M. Seybert is making a good can
vass of the county for county commisr
sioner, and everywhere he goes he
makes a splendid impression. Being
reared in Cass county Cam certainly
deserves to be elected. He one of the
best qualified men in Cass County for
Ernest Richter and wife departed
this morning on No. 19 for a visit with
Mrs. Richter's sister who resides in
Knox county after which they will visit
with Peter Spader who resides in Pierce
county. They expect to be gone sev
eral weeks and will have an enjoyable
time with their many friends.
Mrs. J. W. Johnson departed yester
day morning for Mynard, where her
mother is reported to be quite ill. The
aged lady is staying with W. F. Gilles
pie and family and it was Mrs. John
son's intention to return last evening
had she been better. It is to be hoped
she will improve at once although her
age probably rendors this doubtful.
William Wynn departed this after
noon for Denver, Colo., from which
point he will go to Central City, Colo.,
for a breif visit, returning afterwards
to Denver and going thence to Salt
Lake, Utah. From the latter point he
will go to Twin Falls, Idaho, where he
will visit friends. He expects to be
gone some three weeks and will have a
most enjoyable trip.
Frank Keyser, wife and family of
Bancroft, Neb., who have been visiting
with the Furlong's at Rock Bluffs for
the past two weeks, departed this morn
ing for their home. During their visit
tLey had an enjoj-able time as everyone
has who is a guest of the Furlongs, and
they were sorry to terminate their
by Judge Estelle and is worth repeat
ing. Mr. Morrison had worked hard
for some time endeavoring to secure an
agreement among the heirs but his ef
fects were being blocked by the attor
neys for the defense who diligently
tried to secure the most favorable
terms possible but who went too far
and prevented the agreement of 1he
heirs. Mi-. Morrison went to Judsre
Estelle and related the circumstances,
and the judge delivered the following
terse'statement to Mr. Morrison. lie
said, "Tell the Boob heirs to settle
the matter among themselves; the
lawyers to go to II ; also te!l tha
Boobs that if they don't settle the mat
ter that within five years they will not
have enough of the estate left to buy
a well known piece of queensware of a
bed room set." This advice seemed to
have the desired effect and the settle
ment was made forthwith.
A Former Resident.
Sol V. Pitcher, whom everyone of the
old timers in the city and county will
recall, came in last Saturday from his
home at RushviHe, this state, for a
visit with relatives and friends. Mr.
Pitcher will be well remembered as a
former citizen of this city where he
was engaged in business for a long
time, and where he has a host of good
friends. He is also known as a staunch
democrat, one who has defended the
faith year in and year out. Several
times while a resident here his party
honored him with nominations for var
ious offices. Since locating in the north
west he has prospered and is now well-to-do.
He is still an enthusiastic dem
ocrat, as of old, and was glad to get
back here and hear the encouraging re
ports of the strength of Bryan and the
democratic ticket in this section. He
will be in the city and vicinity for sev
eral days, having business to look after
as well as visiting friends.
In Justice Archer's Court.
Justice Archer Friday listened to
the case of August Wendt vs. Griggs
Leary, et al. The case is brought upon
a promissary note given by Griggs
Leary with Mr. and Mrs. Cockburn as
sureties to Wendt. The plaintiff claims
judgment against the defendants for
$92:80 and interest from Feb. 1st. The
principal upon the note Griggs Leary
has left the country and cannot be lo
cated. The sureties contend that they
are entitled to credits upon the note for
money paid but which was not credited.
There was also several chattel mortages
involved. The various parties to the
suit come from the west end of the
county and there was considerable tes
timony taken much of it flatly contra
dictory. The court had not finished the
hearing when the paper went to press.
A. L. Tidd appeared for the plaintiff
and B. S. Ramsey represented the
exports are 43. 114, jj bushels in the
corresponding period last year.
Corn exports for the week are C9,
982 bushels, against 12,413 bushels last
week and 1,19:',, 190 bushels in 19')7.
For the thirteen weeks ending Sep
tember 21 the corn exports are G2, lsl
bushels, against . 15, -'JOG, 916 bushels in
the same period last year."
HSci hlzny Old Friends.
Carl Ilerger returned last Friday
from his trip to Flamview, where he
met many of his o!d friends from this
city and vicinity. He is like all who
have visited that region and marvels at
the growth and development of the
country and the thrift which character
izes the good people who have turned
this land into a lertile nelu. lie saw
Fred Ebinger while up there and was
the bearer of good wishes from him to
a large number of his Plattsmouth
friends. In fact all the ex-Plattsmouth
people sent their best wishes to thier
Earnest at the Helm.
We note from this week's issue ol
the Red Oak (Iowa) Express that W.
E. Wells, a Plattsmouth boy, has as
sumed editorial yrcontrol of that paper.
Earnest is not only an up-to-date
writer, but is an all-around good print
er, which adds materially to his ability
as a writer. The Journal extends con
gratulations to one whom we know will
"fill the bill" in any capacity you place
him in a print shop. The Express is
an excellent paper and has been estab
lished forty years, and we know that
Earnest will keep up the present stand
ard of the paper, if not improve it.
Success to you, Earnest.
man from that district will be a
He says that jobs in the east
are very scarce at tlie present time.
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An Enjoyable Time.
M. T. Meisinger, wife and daughter,
of Madison, Neb., who have been here
for several days, visiting with Mr.
Meisinger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Con
rad Meisinger, and other relatives, de
parted on the mail Saturday noon for
their home. Mr. Meisinger is a sturdy
and vigorous farmer having a fine tract
of land near Madison, and like his well
known and energetic relatives, he has
applied himself to his labors with great
success and now boasts of a handsome
competence. He had an enjoyable trip
down here and a splendid visit with his
old-time relatives and friends, everyone
of whom was right glad to see him.
There were quite a number of his folks
at the Burlington station to sea him
Captures Firs' Prize.
Hon. Vincent Straub, of Avoca, was
in the city this morning enroute home,
from St. Joseph, where he has been
with fine stock and where he captured
the first prize on herd, with his blooded
cattle. He captured a large number of
prizes. Nebraska City News.
J. W. Hendee, formerly a well known
merchant of this city, but now located
at Wichita, Kas., nme in last Friday
for a brief visit with his sister-in-law
and brothers-in-law, Miss Addie Searle,
Ambrose and Charles Searle, depart
ing for his home on the mail train at
noon today. Mr. Iltndee is now a
traveling man and has bten for some
years past, and the work seems to
agree with him as he is much fleshier
than formerly. He ami Chas. Grimes,
of the Journal staff, bad quite a visit,
they having met several years ago at
Anthony, Kan., when the latter was m
the employ of the K. C. M. & O. Ry.
there. Mr. Ilendee's territory covers
southern Kansas and Oklahoma, his !
firm being located in Wichita. He met
several of his old friends during his
brief visit all of whom were delighted
to find him so well and prosperous.
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Notice of Sale Under Chattel
Mrs. Ed Midkiff came up this morn
ing on the M. P., and after a few hours
in the city continued to Omaha on the
early Burlington train. She was accom
panied by Mrs. Frank Albin of Wausau,
Neb., who has been visiting with Wm.
Nickles and family near Murray, and
with Ed Midkiff and family near
Union, for the past several weeks. The
ladies will spend the day in Omaha, re
turning to Union tonight.
F. H. Dunbar was an Omaha passen
ger yesterday afternoon.
-o'l ; 1: i- iiLui.i'.Y ;ivi;n that hv
virtue of a chattel mort u'atrc. dated in
Amrust 1 l'.MT. and l 11 ly li led in the ollice o!
the county clerk of ass county. Nehrasin.
executed hy;'o. I'. Mill and I". II. lloardmrir:
to I'erry M arsli. toseciiti-t In- payment of tee
sum of ;.'". and tiiMin w hich t here is now d ie
the sum of i?:.'4 '.'..'i.": that said mot t'atre lias Ini'ii
asMtrned hy mortfairee to the l irst National
Hank of I'lattsmouth. Nehraska. Default liav
insr iK-en made in tin- payment of said su.i:.
and 110 suit or otli-r proeecdimrs at. law to r
cnvt'i' said (leht. or any part thereof, therefor
the undersigned assignee of mortyatfee will
sell the proiHTty therein desiTil-d. viz: Oi.e
lilark maip. 7 years old: one. sorrel marc,
years old. at public aiu'.tion, at tin sale barn
of Sam . Smith, at Sixth and Vine streets, in
the city of I'lattsmouth. Neb., on the M day o
Oi-tolKT, Hits, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said clay.
First National Hank.
Assignee of Morttrairt-e.
I) O. Dwyer, Attornes
Mis. Geo. Bengen and children arriv
ed in the city this morning from Peoria,
111., coming for a visit with C. Benger.
and family at Mynard.
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Republican Candidate for President
Will Address the People of Cass County
Thursday Afternoon, Oct. 1st
Watch Papers for Time and Place
Gome Out and to Him
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