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The Avoca epairtmeot
Naws Item Gathered fiaon W.ek by a Special Reporter for Thl Department of lh SaroiAVeaWy Journal
Wall paper at Copes.
Jos. C. Zimmerer was at Omaha
T. H. Cromwell was in twon Mon
day. Mrs. Samuel Johnson was visiting
Lincoln relatives this week.
Dan Lynn was over from Union
the first of the week visiting at the
home of Albert Johnson north of
L. J. Marquardt was ,at Lincoln
Monday on business.
Roy Cochran, of Lincoln, was the
guest of Avoca relatives several
days this week. '
T. W. Malcolm was at Cook Sun
day. Elmer Smith was up from
Dunbar Tuesday shpoting trouble
for the Bell telephone
Miss Mary Brown, of Elmwood
has been visiting t the home of
A. Zimmerer the pa.st week.
Frank and Vilas Sheldon were
over from Nehawka Tuesday in
The smiling face of Henry Pollard,
of Nehawka, was seen on our streets
Brs. Fred Beckord, of Utica, arriv
ed Tuesday evening on a visit to her
daughter Miss L. J. Marquardt.
George Penterman of Elmwood
was visiting Avoca relatives Tues
day. T. H. Straub was attending to bus
iness matters at, the state metrop
olis Monday. .
Henry Jung, one of our hustling
young farmers, living south of town,
rode the "Miserable" Pacific to Oma
ha Monday n
Mrs. Hanger,, of Lincoln, who has
been visiting relatives here the past
week, returned home Monday.
Lloyd Harmon was at Omaha Tues
day. ., .
Peter Jorgensen was. at. Omaha
Wednesday with two car loads of
cattle. ... . ..
Gustave Buss made a trip to Oma
ha the first of the week. "
Samuel Johnson and EL Nutzman
we're at Weeping Water Saturday
and while there Mr. Nutzman pur
chased a fine driving team.
Wm. Wulf sold a horse to T. H.
Cromwell this week for $200. .
. Mrs. J. H,.-.Ruhge..nd Mrs, Edna
O'Grady left Wednesday for Imperial
where they will, visit relatives.
; R, T. Jones, formerly located here,
but now of Lincoln, was circulating
among his- friends here this. .week.
. FOUND The. best place to buy
your wall paper and paint at. Copes'
drug store. .. . '
Geo. Braezele has- rented the hotel
at Berlin, and will take possession
The new sign on , the livery barn
reads "J. II. F. Rubge, Livery Feed
Mrs. BenJ. Betts spent several days
this week with relatives near Btrlin.
Friday was "tater" day.
For backache or kidney trouble
try A. D. S. Kidney Pills..
Despite the inclement weather
Sunday a number of Easter lids were
F. W. Ruhge and daughter Minnie
were at Lincoln Monday.
Miss Elsie Opp, was at Nehawka
Dr. J. W. Brendel was a business
visitor at the state capital Thurs
Mrs. Emmet Carter returned home
from Lincoln the first of the week,
where she underwent an operation
at a hospital.
Allen Nelson is clerking for Dun-
kak and Haseman.
Easter services-were held at both
churches. The. Christian Sunday
school gave a program in the morn
ing consisting of music and exer
clses by. the children. The services
at the Congregational church con-:
slstd of a sermon in the morning and
a program by the Sunday school in:
Adolph' Zimmerer, who was oper
ated on at an Omaha hospital last
Friday Is reported as doing as well
as can be expected under the cir
cumstances.' Mr. Zimmerer has been
in very poor health for some time
and it was hoped that he might Im
prove without the operation but asj
it was deemed necessary, the ordeal
was gone through with.
Fred Ruhge, Jr., made a trip to
Miss Sophia Ruhge was on the
sick list the first of the week.
.1 GeaLFlemlng has resigned his po
sition aa harness maker at Dunkak &
Maseman's. He left Monday for
Fred Frendenberg is building an
addition to his residence south of
town. Walter Coleman is doing the
The rabbits were working overtime
Saturday evening to get there- nests
filled for Easter.
. Mrs. J. M"Dunbar and son Glen
were at Nehawka Saturday and Sun
day visiting relatives.
Some of our merchants had their
windows very tastefully decorated
Everett Taylor living: west of
Avoca was sick last week.
Col. E. R. Straub was a business
visitor at Nebraska city Saturday.
The stork visited the home of
Mathlas Meyers and wife living east
of town Saturday, and left a sweet
baby girl. .
W..I, Smoots was a business visitor
at Nebraska City Saturday.
Jack Betts was at Omaha Satur
' Mrs. A. B. Lawton and Mrs. 0. E.
Copes were Omaha visitors Saturday
Arthur Ward was down from Wa
bash last week.
' A 'plummer was up from' Falls
City last week to make an estimate
of the -cost of Installing a system of
wtefworks In the home of B. C.-Mar
quardt.'"' When this work Is com
pleted the house will be modern
throughout j',-;. . ... ; ;
Unless, all .signs fail .."Dad" Wal
drip w.ill ..have. a. lady clerk in the
the I. b: J0. F. goat is working
early" and late' every Thursday eve
ning.'" " '
Henry Martin arilved Friday even
ing from North Carolina. Henry
says- there' is no place like Nebras
ka. - :
Miss Hazel Shreve, of . near Eagle,
was . here several days last week tho
guest of .er, aunt Mrs. Lewton., ,. .
.., Miss-.Opal Lewton. was down row
Weeping- Water Saturday and Sun
day. Edwafd Morley was among the list
of . tftbse' under the weather last
week'.'" ; - -
Several lone fishermen have been
seen wending their way toward the
creek of late, but we haven't notic
ed a'hy results except bad colds.
Mrs.' Jack Busklrk and children of
Nehawka are vsitlng at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BenJ
Botts. - . .
A. . B. Lewton and son Roy drove
over near Palmyra Thursday to visit
with the family of Chub Shreve. Mr.
Lewton and Mr. Shreve are brothers
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Ruhge and
daughter Louise were Lincoln pas
sengers Thursday morning. Mrs
Rughe expects to enter a sanitarium
for medical treatment as she has
been in very poor health for the past
year and her many friends hope she
may receive benefit from the treat
ment. Mr. Ruhge returned Friday
evening, Miss Louise remaining with
Miss Mary Zimmerer was at Omaha
Ed. Shackley wore the white apron
a few days last week while his
brother George was tussling with
the' grippe. ' '
Dr. B. F. Brendel was over from
Murray last Thursday
Ftnley Llndsey returned Wednes
day evening from Hlcksville, Ohio
where he has been visiting relatives
and renewing old acquaintances for
IS THE MAN THAT SELLS
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WA60NS AND BU66IES
Be sure and see him when you
need anything in his line.
Contracting. Plastering, Brick and
Stone Work, Concrete Foundations
, and Walks. : : : : :
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Phone 107, Elmwood, Neb,
Gcod Digestion and Sunny Temper are Twins!
The person with a disordered digestion finds it hard to be
cheerful and pleasant. He feels out of sorts with himself and
everybody else. The whole world seems awry to the man with
a pain in his stomach.
In perfect health you are rot conscious of your havin? a
stomach. The digestive organs do their work silently, smoothly
and painlessly. If your stomach does not work that way, if
you have heart burn or dysyepsia, you rood treatment.
Them it nnlhintr bet to.- for vour rmo than
X A. D. S. DIGESTIVE TABLETS.
Vhey nre recommended and foi l by nearly ten thousand re
tail druggists belonging to the A. I). N., an organization for
the promotion of the wihl'c henl'h. Price ?'.
ORAL COPES, gg
Mrs. C. D. Cutter and grandson
of Coin, la., came In Wednesday
to visit her daughter Mrs. Ellis Mil
ler and family.
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer returned from
Omaha Wednesday evening where
she had been In attendance at the
State Conclave of the Brotherhood
of American Yoemen. She went as
delegate from Alvo Homestead No.
L. B. Appleman shipped cattle to
South Omaha markets Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hulfish of
Wabash spent Monday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. John Aaron and Wm.
C. F, Rosenow is building an ad
dition to his house which when fin
ished will make a very comfortable
The Alvo Telephone Company have
received their new cards. They
have made a change in the system
which has changed many of the
Grace Foreman went to . Lincoln
Saturday morning and returned home
by way of Eagle Saturdayyevenlng.
There will be a dance, in Alvo
Tuesday evening April 20. Jacob's
orchestra of Lincoln will furnish the
Wood Ralney went to Lincoln Sat
urday morning returning, Sunday
Arthur Klyver. had quite a serious
accident last Wednesday ' afternoon.
He had hauled a load of posts for
the Stroemer Lumber. St, Grain Co.,
and as he drove around the corner of
I the building to unload them at the
lumber yard, the posts , across the
'wagon struck the building throw
ing him . to the ground. . He was
.badly shaken up but, is getting along
' nicely at present. , .. . ,
j ,,Mrs. M. C. Keefer and son Maurice
,went to Lincoln Friday evening re
turning Saturday noon. . -,,;
.Eptella Griffin's little Ulster visit
.ed with her from Saturday noon till
; Sunday evening. , , ,
. Harry Vlckers was In, Plattsmpnth
on business last week. ',, -,
(.' Harry Clements Is helping Chas.
illlte make fence for a fffw days,
I " Miss Marie Stroemer spent Easter
Sunday at home. .
Armenus Foreman and family have
moved into the Hess' property Just
( north of E. M. Stone's residence.' '
I 'M. A. Bates of Plattsmouth was
; visiting friends in-Alvouesday and
( Wednesday. !
, .'. Editor Brink w6rth of' Eagle ' was
ffi ''t-a Tuesday? forerfoW on busi
ness. "'' ' r
' " Mrsa F." Resendw and 'e'tilldren
Esther and Carl and Mrs. A.' I. Bird
j GL Oovey & Son j
"Queen Quality" Shoes
. AND OXFlRDS!
For Bfteen years we have sold the Queen Quality
Footwear and must say that no class of merchandise
we turn out gives such universal satisfaction as the
Queen Quality Shoes, Pumps and Oxfords. . We ex
tend to you a cordial invitation to inspect the new
Queen Quality stles for this Spring.
The Justrite G-D Corset ia always right
and gives the ease and comfoit necessary
as well as the style and fit We have
them in extra long hip at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50, $2.00 and $3.00. Long and short .
hip corsets good style at 60c. Odda and
Ends in G-D Corsets, which we want to
close out at '
H ALF PRICE!
were the first paper patterns brought out and today, are in advance of all , j
others. 10 and 15 cents none higher.
Remember that when you buy CARPET WARP to ask for the Buffalo
brand the best on the market.
White and colors.-
jl. . Dovey & Son
ItiKiuie Miin JlehiK Held. ,.
On complaint of his sons, Sheriff
Miss Zejma Marquardt came down en. The work Is
from her school at Millard Thurs-': Clarence Curyea.
day evening. Good Friday giving
her a holiday.
The members of the Christian
church gave a social at the town
hall Wednesday evening, which was
well patronized. Ice cream, sand
wiches, cake, coffee and pickles were
served and a very Interesting pro
gram was rendered.
Mrs. L. J. Kneedy was at Elmwood
Thursday visiting her parents
Beth Graham has been sick the
Edward Hensley and Fred Hughes
of Berlin are plastering at James
Clyde Graham spent last week at
Geo. Jung made a trip to Cook lant
week to cast his ballot and lnlt his
Mrs. Geo. Fleming Is vlsltln rela
tives at Osceola
Dr. Brendel reports Henry Vette,
Chester Ough wn's a 'Lincoln' visit
or ' Friday evening, returning Sat
nna son onil drove to Linepln last Qulnton took Into custody Abner Ma
r nuay. I mm. n ncnit mnn. ft rpRldpnt of
j ' Sam Cashner Is fencing his gard- Shenandoah, la., who was exhibiting
oeing done by a form of dementia. A hearing was
had this, morning before the Insanity
commission who, after hearing the
testimony and the evidence In the
case found the old gentleman to be
Insane. Sheriff Qulnton took the
Happily Wedded. matter up with the with the Page
On Thursday evening April C, Roy Ccunty authorities at Shenandoah and
V. Eldenmiller and Miss Alice Lewis, they announced they would send a
from near Alvo drove to Murdock, man after the unfortunate old gen
Neb:, and were quietly married by tleman today. He Is seventy-seven
Rev. J. Lehman, at his home. The years of age and has beeu'vlsiting his
groom's brother and his lady friend, sons here. He will be returned to
Miss Lizzie Nickel, actel ns best man Page county where a hearing will bo
and bridesmaid. The bride In the had and he will doubtless be corn
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mltted to the asylum In Iowa He
Will Lewis, who have lived In that Is reputed to have considerable prop
neighborhood for a number of years. rty at Shenandoah and In that vl
hne is one of the most popular young clnlty
ships around Bush Bury and has
hests of friends. I Kucvchx After Failure,
The groom Is a young man of eood 11 rtl'n happens that a mnn failed
character and like the brldo has hosts ,,,,nKH '10 undertook. Luck seemed
of friends. He too was born and to ',e "RHlHt nlni- A 'l,Kt ne lr'P('
raised In that vicinity. His parents wm,t niany before him did and suc
are Mr. and Mrs. John Eldenmiller. cv wa8 n'8, Jl,Ht ,lke a man
who has been very sick, as somewhat "r,,e now and Mrs. Eldenmiller wno trl8 everything his neighbors
Improved "'"ke thir home with tho bride's "UKgest, without stopping to think
parents this year. horn much they know about his all
Their many friends wish them all ment . Then he gets tired of all
kinds of good luck and a long and RU('n 'nlB Rn(' recollects R remedy
The literature Club met with Ag
nes Durham Monday evening. Re
freshments were served.
Prof. Zlnk was on the sick'. list
Saturday and Sunday
Miss Francis spent Friday even
ing witn ber parents at Dunbar.
Chas Everett is visiting with his
cousin in Lincoln.
The tenth grade pupils have Just
finished reading Gray's Elegy and are
now reading the "Deserted Village."
Encourage and help your boys and
girls so that they may finish the work
of the school year In a creditable
manner. Sometimes a little more
co-operation on the part of the par
ent would place the boy or girl In
the next grade higher.
More than nine out of every' ten
cases of rheumatism are simply rheu
matism of tho muscles, due to cold or
damp weather or chronic rheuma
tism, n such cases no Internal
treatment Is required. The free ap
plication of Chamberlain's liniment
Is all that Is needed and It Is certain
to give quick relief. Give It a trial
and see for yourself how quickly It
relieves the p.'iln and son iichs. Price
:.' cents; lnrco nlre f.O cents. Sold
by F. G. Frhko & Co.
that always could be relied on. In
disease of the stomach and tho in
tcstines you always will bo success
ful, If you will use Trlner's American
Elixir of Hitter Wine. It is now
twenty years before the public. and its
popularity Is growing every day. It
AIM'.HtTM toil I.Ht-
Notll-A lit '..!..'... . .'.
pett Ion with tl vtllHire vivii oft J
Avora ri. Coiu.lv. NVhrii!..
" H I (Mill I Toil hv Inur . I.. I... .i.
rp..ulr,t n..ml.Pr of roHl.l, .nt reliol .
forth .im, Vi.ph SSr...:'. v"r"- "yin ' mn,,e of Imported herbs and Call
Hppcuiii riinrncter nmi ntnniiiiiir nnd i.' fornla red w.'ne. When you have a
drug stores. Jos Trin
S. Ashland Ave, Chicago
"ny'tL? ."Tir";,:'; i'Hf, tkZ P"r , will feel tired, will n
MrmVo; to sleep nnd to work, u
m.ini.i,,,ii yer on.iinK m'i" i l-los. on Trlner'H American Elixir of Bltt
nL',1' ,,,,"k "'I't-cn (13) fro,,,. W,no' At i
.f un.. !'"" "I!'""' ,n ,ho "nl'1 viiihkp er. 616-622 F
or .Worn. Ciimn County. N.-lnnxkn ...
The Same Mistake is Made by Many
It's a common crror.
To plaster the aching' back, 1
To rub with HnlirielitB rheumatic
oints, '' '' '
When tho trouble comes from tho
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kid
ney Ills, :
And are endorsed ' by all Platts
mouth citizens. ' ' ' ' ' '
Mrs. John Sharp, corner Third and
Dyke streets, riattHmouth, Neb.,
says: "For a' long time I had troub
le from my back and kidneys. There
were terrible pains In the small of
my back and kidneys. There were
terrible pains In the small of my back
often extending into my hips and
the limbs and though I doctored mil
tried various various uiedh ines, I whs
not relieved. About a year ago I
procured Doan's Kidney Pills from
Coring & Co.'s drug store nnd in a
short time they brought mo complete-
relief. Thl:' remedy has my hearty
endorsement." (Statement given
June 9, 1906;)'
On December 29, 1908, Mrs. Sharp
said: "I gladly reliew my former
endorsement of. Doan's Kidney Pills.
I still think highly of this remedy,
knowing that it Is a splendid one In
cases Of kidney trouble.".
For salo by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffnlo
New York, sole agent for the United
Remember the name Doan's
and tnke no other.
Oust K. Mntir.
v u . .... HII-Hnl
Ynn run nlwnva Imv nnlnl for
ti'k k -vh ui- ,0HH pr,,.e thnn I)PV0P Lpnd Bnd Zln,
price probably means less value
short measure maybe, or cheap qual
Ity. "Cheap" paint takes more gal
Ions thnn Itevoo that means more
hours' work. The cost of painting
Is by the gallon; poor paints cost
most because most gallons. ' ' '
Better Get Devoo Lead and Zinc
W. L. Pickett. Agt
lrlVfn tn .ill im.,.
y.ini lnl.!iti..l nn.l to thu puliltc. il.i.t
1- . ... ' "iKiie.i i:. N. Truinl.l.. Iiiih filed
1.7-' ." .. 1 "l'l"i iition In tin of
'lee of lh. vlllHK.. clHi-k '.f tl VIIIiik
or l-.mlo t iim Oniniy. N...rnMka. 11 h
reipi r...l l.y w. KlKiir.l l.y n mitloilty
or the rtfMldctil flci lieldoi k of IJnv-le
Kttlnir f,t, thnt tho nppllrnnt In n
limn or re-.i.-i Ul.l.' i lmrni I.t 11 nil hIhimI-
iik nnd n ri-Hliletit of tlx- mutt, of N0.
iiihIih. mill pinvlnit ti nt 11 Hi-oiiko hi-I-niio.I
to 11,0 f (i 1,1 c. M. Triiiiil.lo for I If
Kill" of til Mil. Fllll'llllim lll. VlMOIIN llll-
nor fur Dip ioioi f one vour fnim
llio iliilo of llio Iioitrlnir of rnlil niM'lli'ii
I loll Im 11 linllillnir en Into rivo (M bmI
,lx . Mock nlnotoon In llm vll
Ihri" of ;hkIi, Chbh I'ohmIv. N'rl.rnxkit
'. S. Tninil.li.
1 ' ' A..ll.nnt
Dr. U. . Todd, Dentist,
Is permanently located In the new
llrandt ts building, room 403, Omiha
A number of fine White Plymout
Rock roosters at 7fc each. They are
good ones and cheap at the price.
Mtb. II. C. Long, Murray
A Small l ire.
The fire department was called this
morning to tho home of Harry Barlh-
old on Wlntersteen Hill where a de
fective flue had caught the roof
afire. The fire was extinguished be
fore the arrival of tho department,
owing to the active work of men from
the Burlington shops who had de
serted their work at the sounding of
tho alarm and hurried to save the
building. The loss -was nominal nnd
very light. The situation of the build
Ing Is such that had It gotten a fair
start It Is more tluui prnbable heavy
losit must have followed as the flames
would have swept several houses
away beyond any hope of saving
Doan's regulets euro constipation
without griping, nausea, nor any
weakening effect. Ask your drug
gist for them. 25 c per box.
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