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; DAILY PERSONAL NEWS f
t Short Items of Interest From Mon
day's Daily Journal
Miss Maude Burley spent Sunday
In' the city with her parents, return
ing to Omaha this morning on the
Ed. Polin was an over Sunday vis
itor in the city yesterday, returning
to his duties at South Omaha this
morning on the early train,
E. E. Hilton and wii3 were pns
lengers this morning In Oinulu
.lu!e noir 111 spend the day, look
Ins after business ..matter.'
Jack Patterson spent Sunday with
bis parents T. M. Patterson and wife,
returning to Omaha this morning on
Mrs. George M. Porter of Lincoln
pent Sunday In the city with friends,
returning to her home this morning
On the early train.
Mrs. It. Thompson returned to
her home at Lincoln after having
spent Sunday In the city with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Hans Itothman.
Mrs. Let tie Bird departed this
morning on the early train for Liber
ty, Neb. where she will make a visit
with her cousin, Mrs. Goldle Barn
John Boetal and family came down
Saturday evening from Omaha to
spend Sunday in the city with rela
tives and friends, returning Sunday
' J. Ed. Johnson and family returned
to their home at Lincoln this morning
after spending Sunday in the city
with J. VV. Johnson a ul family.
Ed. Schulhof (fame over Sunday
evening from his duties at Glenwood
Institute to spend Sunday with his
folke in the city, returning to his
duties this morning on the early
Feter Nellson and family, . well
known In this city where he formely
lived, came down Saturday evening
to spend Sunday with M. Bajeck and
family, returning to his home last
Herman Martens of Omaha spent
Saturday night and Sunday In this
city with bin folks. Herman Is now
employed In a large Independent ma
chine plant In the metropolis and is
Ralph White, the popular man
ager of the Nebraska City exchange
of the Nebraska Telephone Company,
ipent Sunday In the city vlnltlng rel
atives and friends, returning to the
Otoe metropolis thlH morning.
Mrs. F. ( Ledwlth spent Sun
day In this city with her husband,
the Burlington conductor, and this
morning was a passenger for Lincoln
on tbe early train. Mr. and Mrs.
tad with expeu shortly to move to
this city and make It their future
Fred Murphy and wife this morn
ing came In from Cuba where Mr.
Murphy tins been stationed In the
war department for several years.
They look well and hearty and seem
to have withstood the cllmnte of the
Queen of the Antilles remarkably
well. They were tired and worn out
by their lohg trip but were very
glad to once more set foot on Amer
"tHt Saturday a marriage license
was Issued to J. II. Welmer aged 22
and Miss Bessie M. Perry, aged 19.
This couple nro two popular young
people of Greenwood. The groom Is
a son of Peter W'ulmer and wife and
It a promising young man. The bride
li the charming and accomplished
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Perry of Greenwood. Both the
Jroung people have many friends who
lsh them the best of fortune In their
Journey through life.
Miss Fern McBride of South Oma
ha spent Easter in the city, the guest
of Mrs. C. S. Johnson.
Dr. T. P. Livingston was a pas
senger this noon for Omaha where
he has business to attend to.
Walter L. Speck returned to his
work at Omaha on the mail train af
ter spending Sunday in the city.
Herman Pankonln came down this
morning from Louisville for a day's
business with the local business men.
Miss Leona Brady came up Satur
day evening from Murray to Bpend
Easter wJth her parents in this
Herman R. Neitzek of M unlock,
returne dto his home in that city af
ter attending to business matters In
Sam Shumaker Is attending to bus
iness matters in Council Bluffs , la.,
being a passenger on the mall train
for that city.
Mrs. P. E. Ruffner returned home
this morning after a visit of several
weeks with her Bon Wm. Ruffner and
wife at St. Louis.
J. J. Speck returned to Omaha this
noon on the fast mail train after
spending Sunday with his father and
mother near Murray.
Mrs. A. F. Seybert came In this
morning from her home near Collom
and Is doing some trading with the
merchants of the city.
County Clerk Rosencrans Is at
tending to business matters in Oma
ha this afternoon being a passenger
on the mail tarln for that city. '
Theo. Starkjohann was a passen
ger this noon on the mail train for
Custer county where he has some
business interests to attend to.
Miss Delia Huntley of LaPIatto
was In the city this morning looking
after some shopping, returning to
her. home at noon on the fast mall.
Will Robertson returned to his
studies at the state university In
Lincoln today, having spent the
Easter holiday with his parents In
Frank McCarthy of Omaha came
down Saturday evening to spend Sun
day In the city with his mother and
brother, returning to his home last
Miss Leray and Thos. Glenn Jr.,
spent Sunday In the city visiting rel
atives and friends, returning to their
homes in Omaha this morning on the
Miss Alma Speck and Mrs. Ewlng
her sister, came in this morning from
Hopkins, .Mo., where Mrs. Ewlng re
sides, for a visit with their mother
Paul Morgan who has been spend
ing his Easter vacation In the city
with relatives, departed thlH noon
for Omnha and Lincoln to resume
school duties this week.
MIhs Munslck of Omaha who has
been stopping in the city for severnl
days, made a brief visit to her home
on Saturday expecting to return to
this city lust evening.
Thos. L. Murphy of the Porter-Ryerson-lloobler
Company of Oma
ha spent Sunday In tfie city with bis
folks, departing on the early train
for his duties on tho road.
C. It. Graves accompanied by Mrs.
Johnson and the two Misses John
son were passengers this morning
for Lincoln, after visiting In the city
with friends over Sunday.
Frank II. Smith, of the Journal
forces, spent Saturday night and
Sunday visit lug with his mother,
Mrs. Claud Everett near Union, re
turning to the city last evening.
J. H. Altroegge departed this
going north on the morning train.
Dr. C. A. Marshall and wife were
north bound passengers this uocn
on the mail train for Omaha.
Miss Leypoldt of LaPlatte returned
home this noon after a brief visit in
the city with Mrs. C. A. Marshall.
Mrs. W. C. Tippens was a passenger
this noon on the mail train for Oma
ha where she will spend the after
noon. Mrs. Breedlove of Hamburg, la.,
came in this morning on the mail
train for a visit with her daughters
in this city.
A, F. Alford and wife returned to
their home at Bellevue this noon on
the mal ltrain after spending Saster
in this city with Will Simons and
Sim Btandeven - or Omaha,-came
down Saturday evening and spent
The two children of Dan Hay
under the doctor's care this week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Hop
ins, cn Tuesday, April 6th a daugh
Mrs. Sam Murray has been quite
sick and under the doctor's care the
past few days.
Little Lawrence Bickert fell against
the stove Tuesday afternoon, severly
cutting his head.
Arthur Ward came out from Platts-
mouth Tuesday for a brief visit with
his parents, going to Avoea Wednes
Miss Alice Jeary returned to her
home at Greenwood Sunday, after a
weeks visit at the home of her broth
er, E. J. Jeary.
Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker, of Lln-
con, came down Monday morning to
attend the funeral of Grandpa Stark,
that evening and Sunday with Ray- he being an old acquaintance.
mond Travis, returning to his home
on the evening M. P. train last even
Miss Lucille Randall returned to
Fremont this noon on the fast mail
the mail train after spending Easter
with her parents, Rev. A. A. Randall
Miss Violet Dodge visited over
Sunday in' the city with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dodge, returning
to her position In Omaha this noon
on the mail train.
Mrs. J. W. Gamble and daughter
Miss Vesta and son Cedric Eaton,
were passengers this noon on the mail
train for Omaha where they will
spend the afternoon.
W. M. Collins and wife of Blair
who have been visiting in. the city
with Mrs. Collins, Mr. Collins' grand
mother, returned to their home this
noon on the mall train.
E. C. Chadwick and wife of Platte,
S. D., who have been visiting In the
city with Sam Parker and wife, Mrs.
Chadwlck's parents, returned to their
home this noon on the mail train
Miss Freda Wohlfarth and brother
Herman were passengers this noon
on the mall train for Omaha from
which point the young man will gc
to Scrlbner for a visit with rela-
wlth relatives. ,
Con. Will and Jimmy Kennedy re
turned to their work this noon at
Havelock after having been here
for the funeral of their beloved
mother, the late Mrs. Jas. Kennedy
Oscar Larson returned to his stud
ies at Bellevue College this noon on
the mall train, after spending several
days In the city struggling with pneu
monia. He has finally recovered
and was able to once more take up
Jas. M. Johns departed on the east
bound morning train for Red Oak,
la., where he has business matterp
to look after, expecting to go from
mere to northern lowa before re
turning to this city.
Mrs. L. W. Barger departed tills
noon on the mall train for Lincoln
and Hebron, Neb. where file will
make a visit with relatives before
returning to her home at Davenport,
la. Mrs. Barger has been visiting
in the city with her father J. C. Pet
ersen and family for several weeks
J. George Young, vice president of
the National Investment Company of
Omaha, Neb., was In the city this
morning looking after business mat
ters. n is possible he may soon
close a deal for some Plattsmouth
business property having such a
trade on foot with prominent busi
ness men. He returned to Omaha on
the fast mail at noon.
Col. M." A. Bates departed this
morning on the M P. train for Mur
ray, Union, Nehawka, Weeping Wa
ter. Avoea, Elmwood. Wabash, and
Eugle in tho Interest of the thirtieth
anniversary number of the Journal
which Is soon to be Issued. It is the
Intention to make this number the
finest anniversary number ever Issued
In Cass County and to give every
town In the county a complete write
up and Col Bntes Is the man who
can do the Job and do It to perfect
W. H. Andrew left Wednesday with
his car of household goods for St.
Joe, Mo., where they will make their
future home, Mrs. Andrew going
about three weeks ago.
Wm. DelesDernler and J. C. Dream.
er returned Tuesday from Falls City
where they went to participate In the
final proceedings In the settlement of
the Schmelzel estate.
S. F. Bailey, of Phillipsburg, Kan-
sas who came to attend the funeral
of his mother, Mrs. Amanda Bailey,
returned home Tuesday. He was ac
companied as far as Lincoln by R. D.
Thousands of millions
of cans of Royal Baking
Powder have been Usea
in making bread, biscuit
and cake in this country,
and every housekeeper
using it has rested m perfect confi
dence that her food would be light
sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe-
guard against tne cheap alum powders which are
greatest menacers to health of the present day.
JA OF TARTAR . II
BOYAL IS THE ONLY BAKING POWDER
MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM
From the Ledger.
Vernon T. Am is now sole pro
prietor of the meat market, havKi;,
ft.'J control wit'uoi.t the "Co." lit
G. P. Barton recently purchased
the Engell property south of the
M. E. parsonage, and he and his
family moved there a few days ago
Will H. Mark departed Tuesday
for the western part of Oklahoma,
where business matters required his
attention for a few days. He solemn
ly declared he wouldn't stay a mln
ute longer than necessory.
Senator W. B. Banning finished
his legislative duties in Lincoln last
week and is attending to more profit
able business at home Just as though
nothing had happened. He belongs
to the "Don't Worry" club.
John Arn and his daughter Mrs
IDA1LY PERSONAL NEWS
X Short Items of Interest From Tues- 3!
day's Evening Journal-
Ed. Egenberger it attending to
business In the metropolis today go
ing up on the early morning train.
S. Goodman Is attending to busi
ness matters today In Omaha being
a passenger for that city on the early
train this morning
Misses Minnie Born and Mary
Krager were passengers this morn
ing for Omaha where they will spend
the day visiting friends.
F. A. Murphy was a passenger this
morning for Omaha where he goes to
exchange greetings with his old
Nora Harris has made arrangements friends In the army department.
Register of Deeds Schnleder Is at-
to locate in Nehawka, where they
will be employed In looking after the
household affairs and other duties
connected with the large Pollard fruit
Amos McNamee, carrier on mall
route No. 2, is the owner of a fine
new motcrcycle which he received
from the factory Tuesday. It is p
Marsh-Metz 4 horse power racer, an "
Amos is training it to stand hitche
and carry double, intending to gel
it thoroughly train for use on his
Steve Taylor want to Omaha last
Friday evening, where Mrs. Taylor
and their son Alda have been staying
the past two weeks, the boy being
treated In a hospital. Last Saturday
the surgeons performed an operation
upon the boy and he is reported as
being out of danger and getting along
Harry Allen, otherwise known as
tending to business matters in Oma
ha today being a passenger this morn
ing for that city on the early train.
County Attorney Ramsey is look
ing after professional matters today
In Greenwood, being a passenger for
that city on the early morning train.
Wm. Oliver came in this morning
from his home in the country and
was a passenger on the morning train
for Omaha where he will look after
some business matters.
Miss Dora Kaffenberger of Platts
mouth, was in the city over Sun
day the guest of Mrs. W. II. IVnn
and left this morning for Peru where
she is attending school. Nebraska
Mrs Luther Moore accompanied by
Mrs. Z. Moore and son of Demlng, N.
M., were passengers this mornine for
"Sandy Buff," resigned his position Omaha where they will spend the day.
as section foreman here and left on Mrs- z Moore and son have been the
Tuesday for Arlington, Col., where K"e818 01 KeV- Moore and wife for
he will visit his parents and little several days.
daughter. Later he will be on the
rond again, probably In Kansas.
Buff made many friends in this vil
lage, all of whom wish him well.
No alum, no lime phosphates
As every housekeeper can understand,
burnt alum and sulphuric add the In
gredients of all alum and alum-phosphate .
powders must carry to the food adds
injurious to health.
Read (he label. Avoid the alum powders
Mr. Itlchcy lhilnn Well.
The condition of J. G. Rlehoy Js.
reported today as being satisfactory
and It Is believed and hoped that he
will continue to Improve rapidly
from now on and that his recovery Is
but a question of days. He Is resting
well and enjoys good sleep while his
appetite Is quite normal. His many
friends will bo more than pleased at
his progress toward recovery.
M1TU H TO UIKIHTOKS
In County Court.
In the mutter of the estate of John
11. Meltilnircr. deceased.
Notice Is hereby itlven thnt the cred
Hoi's of enld estate will meet the
executor of snld entnte. before me,
County Jude of Cuss County, Nebras
kn. nt the County Court room n riattn
mouth. In sold County, on the 2'Jth day
of Match. lit!. and on the 29th tiny of
September. 1909. nt 10 oclocK H. m
enrh day for the purpose of present
luit their cm mi)i tor examination, an
Juxtment and allowance.
mx month are anoweu ror me cren
Horn of said deceased to present their
claim, an 1 one year for the expeutorr
t nettle paid estate, from the 2!)th day
of March. 1909.
Witness my lutnu nna sent or sate.
County Court, at I'lnttsmouth, Nebras
ka, this 1st day of March, 1909.
Alien J. neeson.
D. 0. Dwyer. . ,
Attorney tor estate.
Mrs. L Rusterholtz and daughter
Beckner from near Murray.mfwaoi
Mrs. Beckner from near Murray,
came up this morning on the M. P.
and were passengers for Omaha over
the Burlington on the early morning
train where they will spend tho day.
Mrs. John Lutz and Mrs. John Sat
tler were passengers this morning oa
the early train for Omaha where they
Walter Cummlngs who has beea
spending several days in the city, re
turned to his labors this morning at
Mrs. Peter Rochka is spending the .
day in Omaha with friends being a
passenger for that city on the early
T. M. Patterson had business mat
ters In Lincoln to look after being a
passenger for that city on the early
Mrs. Emily Morrison and daugh
ter Miss Edna, were passengers this
morning on the early train for OmaA
ha where they will spend the day.
Miss Maud Fitch of Bartlett, la.,
who has been vlsitlnng with her cous
in Miss Grlndle in this city for sev
eral days, departed for her horn
Ernest Richter came In this morn-
nib aim nna a uuiiiuuiuil wiin Vt III
Oliver on his trip to Omaha the two
gentlemen being interested in busi
ness matters there.
Mrs. Gus Roman and daughter Hel
en and son Francis, were passengers
this morning for Omaha where they
will visit with Mrs. Ed. Cockran who
has been ill for some time.
Joseph Stark of Chicago., Ill who
has been visiting in the city with
Frank Konkrlst, returned to . his
home this morning being accompan
ied by Miss Katie Konkrlst.
F. B. Holmes, a Burlington en
gineer residing In Lincoln who haa
been In Colorado since last Septem
ber for the benefit of his health has:
so far recovered that he sends word
he will be back within a month to
assume his duties again, or as he
puts It, "to rastle with the bear."
Card of Thank.
On behalf of myself and family,
1 desire to return my sincere thanks
for. the many kindnesses shown us
during the last Illness and death of
our beloved wife and mother, and to
express our appreciation of these
lee of Petition In Unit Title.
Charle llaffke, Atty.
vi'. n itth se. Omaha.
In the district Court of Casa County.
i'.ri wiiiiotm iinnke. 1'iaintirr. v.
Jeremiah Keellker. Administrator ni
the estate of John 1. Klnnev, deceas
ed, and the unknown legatees heir
and devisee of the ald John I'. Kin-
nnv ,iiAil. Defendant.
The above named defendant and
each of them will take notice that ot.
the 24th day or February, lsun. uie
above named plolntllT tiled hi petition
in h liiMtrW't I'otirt or l as i onnty.
Nebraska airalnst them and each of
them, the object and praver of which
to unlet title in sain piatnun si
miitlnst said defendant, to the rol
louitiir ileum imui real estate, io-wu;-
,ot twenty-three (JS) In the North
.-nt uimrter t N. K. nr.) of the North
West iuartir (N. W. qr.l of Section
Nineteen t!9) Township Twelve (til,
Itanite Fourteen (1(1. Knst of the Klxth
Principal Meridian In the City of 1'latts
nwiiiili In Ihn Cotintv of Cuss and
State of Nebraska, anil (o further en
loin said defendant and each of them
from having or rlalmlmt any rlKht. title
or Interest therein and for cost of suit.
You and each of you are required
to answer said petition on or before
May 24th, 19iit. or tbe praver of said
petition win oe taaen as true ami
Juda-ment rendered accordingly against
Capt. Isaac Wiles Is spending the
.. - . i i.i ... . . I vim ami each of Votl.
ay in wmsna visiting wim nis ion ' r,r, wnhelm llaffke
Frank and looking after business Hated April . iso
matters. Atty. for rialntllt
BIG REDUCTION ON
AIR PRESSURE WATER SYSTEMS!
Within the last sixty days we have made some
extraordinary low purchases on Plumbing Goods, and
have the largest line of Bath Tubs, Closets, Lavatories
and Sinks ever shown in Plattsmouth at remarkable
reduction in price:
Bath Tubs, white enameled. .. .$15.00 and Up
Lavatories, " .... 6.75 and Up
One-Piece, white enameled Sink
and back 9.75 and Up
Low-Down Closets 14.50 and Up
18x30 Hat rim Sinks, white enam
eled 3.00 and Up
We can also make Kewanee Air Pressure Water
Systems at a big reduction over former prices. Re
member you can see what you get when purchasing
Ironi us, as we have six styles of tubs, six styles of
lavatories and three styles of closets in stock and on
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