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IDAILY PERSONAL NEWS
k Short Items of Interest FromMon
day's Evening Journal
Mrs. S. S. Gooding and daughter, Miss Martha Rupley la spending
ikl. I tKa A n xt In fsrr a V o (mint a(iaa Vi I n
Miss Stella were passengers una 6v,.U6 iUla
morning for Omaha where they will morning on the early train.
spend the day. -"lss Kitue Lummins was a pas-
Hrs J A. Libershal and Mis. r tn18 morning ror be north
rus. . Icrninc nn fin th cnrlv frnln
Anna Libershal are among those '
spending th day In Omaha going to Miss iieien uovey. wno has been
that city this morning on the early trending some time in COago, 111.
tra)n r-.'Uirned to her home In thly city
Mrs. Mack, of Stanton, Neb., who
.... i i ,-. ,un tun iir in mm laiiuiy were
iias v s ting for several days In tre ... , .. .
as ' 8 . , T vpV j passengers this morning on the early
ritv the truest of J. C. iork ana . . . .
Cliy iue bucbi ui train fnr Omnhn vhtn. ihov
family, departed Saturday evening -
for her home. m ... . rt,
Ir . xi. riciu ui i lie uaat;i xvcui"
edy Company, spent Sunday in the
morning 'o MarysvUIe. M'., where cjty with friends, returning to Oma-
he will r.f.ke a visit of severnl days ha this morning.
with Misg I carl Amort, her old col- will and Ed. Mason were passen-
legs churn. . , gers this morning on the early train
"Mm Henry Miller and daughter Omaha where they will do some
Miss Edith arc among thoso visiting
today In Omaha being passengers for lara l'crr,,e reiurneu to ner
that city this morning on the early work at Omaha this morning after
Burlington train. . a 0WT s,,m,ay vlslt wlth hcr nar-
ents. i ( , ,
W. II. Hell, the owner of Pleasant Jt
.mis. juun ijeiser is spending me
.pent Saturday afternoon In the city dn n Omaha having been a pat-sen-
&-i nn mm iny ou uie eany train
Hev. Father M. A. Shine of St.
Mrs. C. S. Johnson is spending the John's Catholic church, was a visitor
day in Omaha and South Omaha hn Omaha today going to that city
with relatives and friends being a on the morning train.
passenger for that city on the errly 3 c rataon was a passenger
Burlington train this morning. th(a nirirnln, nn tha . . .
Iiuau aavsaaaaaa J at ,aaj V-1 I J 11UM1 & V 1
Omaha where he will spend the day
"ltlzens of Eight Mile Grove pre- looking after business matters,
rinet, came In Saturday afternoon L. L. Fatton was among those
to look after business matters, hav- making the trip this morning to
lng trading to attend to with the Omaha having been a passenger for
merchants. .. that city on the early BurlinrtoH
S. L. Manes and wife- of Watson,""""
Mo., came in Saturday nlitht for a I li. . iewton or Kansa.i ' Hy
isit of several dars with rs. Mane's ho has been visiting for sevenl
daughter, Mrs. J. C. York. Mr. "e city with E. H. vVig.o'.i
Mann expects to return home to-iv.il 'unrr, departed for her home
morrow while Mrs. Manes will re-P1'1-' rtnlng.
C. G. Frlcke
visiting with the local merchants and
looking after business matters.
aain for probably a week or ten
Mn. R. Sherwood It spending th
Cty Sn Omaha going to that city this
own lug on the early train.
L, tnerwood was a passenger
this mornlne for Pacific Junction
where he has work painting for sev
and wife . returned
home last evening from an outing of
several weeks at the lakes In Mlnne
sota, having taken their vacation
and enjoying their pleasant visit.
Mr. Walker Stopford of San Fran
Cisco, Cal., and Miss Lillian Crow-
ther of St. Paul, Minn., are tb
guests of Mrs. Geo. E. Dovey at her
beautiful home on North Fourth
Mrs. Aug. Hossler Is visiting with street.
Vi c f frif hop 1m Ida Vinanlt a1 Cm m . I
' .,i uiv - vino- ir v TV,. .1
A. . A , MI88 Florence and their guest Mrs,
I II IIHI Ul J.JVL1U11, illlLU , tt'CIU lill
James Archer and wife returned automobile party to Nebraska City
to Omaha this morning on the parly yesterday, spending the day as the
train after spending Sunday In this mier.ta of Col. Wilson and fumlly.
city with the former's parents. The Burlington laRt night operated
Misses Nettle, Molllo and Jopp- special train through this city for
phlne Vallery were passengers nn the I Denver. The train was run as Se
early morning train for Omaha pond No. 23 and passed through here
about 10:30 p. m. It consisted of
eight coaches and seemed to be a
where they will spend the day.
Mrs. I. R. Raney and daughter
MIhs Anna, are spending the day In
Omaha with friends being passen
gers for that city this morning on
the early train.
high class special. It U not known
what the object of the train was.
Through an unfortunate oversight
the notice for the meeting of the
First Church of Christ Srlontlst nn
Ed Schulhof was a Sunday visitor Sunday was nmltte.1 from tho Rntnr.
In the city with his mother and sis- day pap,iri The notl(,c wa repplve(!
ter, returning to his dutle, n Glm- thronKh the ma, 1)Ut w08 mMM in
woo,i this morning on the early the offlce hf.nre )t wn8 not prinU.,i.
Burlington train. T,, Tniirnn .,.,,
Mrs, J. M. Johns and daughter, py ani' has made such arrangements
Mrs. Burdlck, and little Miss Edith Phat will not occur In the fnturr.
Buidlck. were passengers on the Dr. William II. Beach of Chl-nto.
morning train for Omaha where 111., spent Sunday In this city the
they .will spend tho day. puest of E. H. Wescott. Dr. Bciih
R. B. Windham had business i.n.i. ia n forn,Pr I'lattsmouth boy who
ters to look after today In Omaha 111 be remembered by people hen.
being a passenger for that clly on 110 F1,nK im ev'nl"K at the Metho
the early train this morning. P,"'t fl,,"h. f which he was f.ir-
France Ilallanco anent Sundav lii n"'ny n mcmt.er some twelva yes..
the clly with his parents nnd friend 4 Sl,nRln8 1,1 th Dr llrv.'i
returning to Glenwood on the earlv 19 8 s-'nuunrc or .Northwester:! V-:.
train this morning. Prni r(1"l'Ke taiting high no-.c. In
ic examination and for a ninfoor
trn'-M nun ana c.y White ae- of hnit -,.,
departed this morning for Burwell lhe wH,t,y hospital in Chlni.
in-re lovy ni pui in several weeks r n R,hl..,-l,or k
Ul..in rnn.ii. ! ne i.oys will Do ,wnilliiB aomo llmi. with I.U f,th.
some thlrty-nve mil.. from clvllha- ri-Inw. Charles Miller, and family,
tlon and expert to have a royal tlmo outh ()f the city, was a pasnger
!urlng their vacation as they carried for Omaha this morning. Mr
Hi..nK nn.i.ory ami onier parapher- R,.hl,.rher un.l.M-w.nt nnnihor ,.
nalla for a genuine outing. L.u,, k i i u. ...
,i i,i inn niriMiai in vMii.uia re
nave Amu k ti;u im'cii n bachelor " ''"'y mm uas neon uoing very
for i ral days, Ms wlfo having nicely ever since. He Is now heavier
be n spending some time at their ,n,,n 'r many years past ami Is
farm. Dave Is (cHUng along as well feeling llrst rate. Me believes that
as can be xpe. ted but srrmed to be the last operation has put him on
F'-ttlng a llttl dlseoiirnged this bis feet and that from now on he
morning over bU having to clean continue to Improve. Ills host
hoiiHd and vt iiieaU at a restau- friends In this city nnd lclnlty
i l:.t.lf ln liquid ut Cuuuiy Com
I iiiiM-iuiir i vl sauuOei Couiiiy, .-
, in i.- ivti.
i.; iiiK MATTKIt OK Tilt: OKOAM
j Z.vll'.N of ASliUM) lKAl.NAOi:
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JO .-VI. I. V MO.U 11 .MAI IM.M.1.I...
t'uisiiant to an oriirr uf the iioi tl
if Louniy Cuiniuissloiif I of tauiidri a
uiwlv, .'ririma, niJo and ruleicd
u.i June 7, and by virtue vt the
uullmiuy vestt-,1 in me Ly lUv siutute
iI tlie ."tHte of .NvbiasKa iieiciimin-r
Uesei lb-d, 1, A. N. Klmeluud, County
Clt-ik uf Saunders County, Nebraska,
ua herebv give notice that on ilay ;1.
I 1jw, Abel U. Fuller. Nelson Mieffer,
I 11. 1). Coleman, C Kettle, 11. K. Hays.
i C. 1. Kettle. Cliaa. .Miller, A. J. danger,
Margaret Wollen. Mary J.. Jesjierben,
J. tl. viianirer and IC. V. lean Uid tile
in the olliie of the County Clerk of
Saundem County, Nebraska, tlieirpeti
lion In witting and alsi their oond
witn Hurety inereon. all in manner
and form an by law required, and
vv;,nli said bond und the surety theie
on was on said date by me approved,
the object and prayer of said peti
tion being- for the organization of
Ashland lirainage District, and said
petition being tiled under the pro
visions of an Act of the 1-R-Islature of
the Mate of Nebraska, approved D
the Governor thereof on March
"An act to provide for drainage
districts to drain wet land: and land
subject to overllov;andany land which
will be Improved by drainage to build
dykes and levies, to construct.stralght
en, widen, deepen or altar any ditch,
drain, stream or watercourse; to rip
rap or otherwise protect the bunk; of
any stream or dltcli, to construct, en
large, extend, Improve or maintain
any drainage system; to construct,
enlarge, extend, Improve or maintain
any system of control of surface wa
ter or running water; and the rights,
obligations nnd powers of such cor
porations Including' the power of emi
nent domain, the creation of debts,
issuing of negotiable bonds, and the
levvlng of special assessments on
such real estate and the easements
therein us may be benelltted by such
public work, and .lellnlng the duties
ami powers of public oilicials" and tho
That the boundaries of said propos
ed Ashland luainage District us hxed
and determined by Raid Board of
County Commissioners by said order
entered on June 7, 130!, ate as fol
(All sections referred to below are
!n Township No. li North, Kange No.
Nine Kast or the mxui t: m., sections
one to twelve bout inclusive are in
Saunders County, Nebraska. All otner
sections referred to uie In Cuss Coun
ty, Nebraska.) '
i-ommnncing at uie center point oi
the Intersection of Tnird and T'ey
streets In the City of Ashland, Ne
braska, thence west three blocks
along the center line of Liey street to
the center of the intersection of Iey
and Sixth streets In said city; thence
north one block along the center line
of elxth street to the center of the In
tersection of Sixth and Silver streets
In said City; thence west three blocks
along the center line of Silver street
to the center of the Intersection of
Silver and Ninth streets In said City;
thence south two blocks along the
center line of said Ninth Btreet In
said City to the east and west center
line of Section Two; thence west
along the east and west center line of
Sections 1 and 3 to the southeast
corner of the west half of the north
west .piarter of said section 3; thence
north one-nair mile to the north line
of said section 3; thence west along
the north line of said section 3 and also
section 4; to the northwest corner of
section 4; thence south to the center
of the west line of said section 4;
thence west to the center of
section 5; thence south to the
center of the south line of said
section 6; thence west along the
south line of said section 5 to the
northeast corner of the west half of
the northwest quarter of section S:
thence south one mile to the south
east corner of the west one-half of
the routhwest utiartcr or said section
8; thence east ulong the south line of
said section to the northeast cor
ner of the west half of the north
east quarter of section 17; thence
south to the southeast coiner of the
Wf?t imlf of the northeast ouarter of
said section 17; thence west to the
center or the west ine of nahl sec
tion 17; thence south along the west
line of said section 17 and section 0
to me center of the west boundary
line or sat.l section L'O: thence ensi
along the east and west center line of
said section 20 and section 21 to the
center of the east boundary line of
sum section thence north along
tlm east boundary line of said sec
tion 21 and section Id to the north
east corner of said section 16; thence
east along the north line of sections
15 and 14 to the center of the north
iioumiury line or sulci sect on la
thence north to the northwest corner
or tne southwest quarter of the soulh
east quarter of section 11; thence east
to the northeast corner of the south
east quarter of the southeust c.uur
ter of snld section 11; thence north to
tho ticrtheust cornet of -.n'd soil Km
n; thence west nloii the no-th line
or said section 11 in u point where t ho
Mime intersects me southeast bound
ary line of the right of way of the
i nicago, Jiurilii;l.iin & Qulnev IJnll
road Company; thenco along ti,(
southeast boundary line of i-ii,
or way uml depot grounds of the said
i-nicago. jiurnngton & Qninry iall
roan lompnuy in a northeasterly til
(il.Dllll TO Mtott CAlL.
t!.e lustrut Court of Cass Coun
iv Tin: mwtki: u? Tin: kstati.
uf i.IXUNA W'oi.K, L'i.CKA.-Ci':
T'.e cause comes on fur I raring up
on r.e petition of J. 1-yii l.. i v.-i .
admmb-tralor of tl.e e.-lute oi i.rMn
V. , hi, dc a.e'l, pra Lis tor ie u.-c iw
ell: . . . . . ,,v
j:-KlnniiiK at a point roii.-unr nn
rotli North of the center of Section
Thirteen In Township Twelve
.IS) North. Kange Thirteen U3
Kat, running thence West KIghty
itt rods; thence North Kleven ill
rods; thence east Highly () rods;
theme south Eleven (111 rods
to the place of beginning, being
the North Half of Lots Thirteen U
and r'lfty-three 53 in said section.
Township and Kange. as now shown
on the plats of irregular tracts of
said County. ,
The undivided one-half (1-21 of
t.ols Ten (1U and Kleven (11) In
Mock Thirteen (13) In Dukes addi
tion to the City of Flattsiuouth, Cuss
Count v, Nebraska, except the right
of way of the Omaha Southern llil
wav over and across ald Lots.
The undivided one-half (1-2) of the
following tract of land towlt:
Beginning at a point Thirty (30)
rods North of the center of Section
Thirteen (13) Township Twelve (12)
North. Kange Thirteen (13) East;
thence running west Klghty (S0 rods,
thence north Kleven (11) rods; thence
Kast Klghtv t0) rods; thence South
Kleven (11) rods to the place
of beginning. being the soulh
half of Lots Thirteen (13) and Fifty
three (Ml In said Section, Township
and Kange. as shown by the Irregular
tracts In said County, except the
right of way of the Omaha Southern
Kailway across the same.
or sufticlent amount thereof to
bring the sum of $j."0.00 for the pay
ment of debts allowed against said es
tate of the cost of administration and
In addition thereto tne costs of this
proceedings there not being any per
sonal property to pay the said debts
It Is therefore ordered tliat all per
sons interested In said estate appear
before me at Chambers fit my otlice in
t lie Court House In the City of
I'lattsmouth, Nebraska, on the 24tii
.lay of July, 1909, at 10 o'clock a. m.
of snld day to show cause why a li
cense should not be granted to said
mlnilnlstrator to sell the above real
estate of snld deceased or so much
thereof as may bo necessary to pay
SB id debts and expenses.
Dated this ith dav of June, li)09.
Ilnrvv D. Travis,
Judge of the District Court.
D. O. Dwyer,
i DAILY PERSONAL NEWS
: Short Items of Interest From Tues
day Evening's Daily Journal
lection to a noint wTuta auhl u;,,iti,
east boundary line Int PI'Hprtl the nun
i . . OI "'reel in said City of
Ashland; thenco due west along the
center line of Main street and across
1 'IT.11, p1"1"" to the intersec
iion ot iniru ami Main streets In sal
vny; menco north along the center
lino of Third street one block to the
Piiu in oeginning; the lorgest poi
tlon of the land Included within sah
iioiinuaries ueiiig located in Saun
ah innil owners within the
'oiiiiuiirie or said proposed Ashlnni
Drainage District and nil others con
v. i n.-.i nip nereny nn pi t in f nn
lection will be held on Friday, July
. I'.I'I'K between lh bourn ,.i.,i.i
o'clock a. m. and six o'clock n m .1
on onice oi mo county Clerk of Saun
oers initnty, Nebraska, In the County
Court House at Wuhoo, In said Coun-
ti at Knl'1 el'0"10" tho question
" I " t M Oil, I Mill l Mflltl ,lu I nM.I
Drnlnagn District Klmll 1... ,i,.i.., ,i.,...i
and a board of seven .11 I'lil'tni'a til, u II
m fiecieil. Millll liOnr.l To tnlfrt r.f1.
continirentlv on the formation t
In w tness whoreor T have hereunto
siibKi-rlbeil my numo nnd attached my
.IMclal seal as County Clerk of Sunn
jl'Tj I iiimtv, Nebrnskn. nt my olllce
ii tne voiiiilv Court House nt Wahoo
... oiiiuy mis june s. isni)
are linl to nolo his (avornhle pro
pren nnd trust that his ntttlelpn
tloiiH nre renlir.ed.
rant and acted n giind denl like he
sunly mhsed his hetter half.
Hlnilff Qhlnton d'pnrteil tlila
nmrnlny on tin. inrly train for the
atnte penitentiary at Lincoln, Ink
lng th him John A. Fl-lsliner, the
mnn ronvl.ted nt the Inst term of
ronrt of itfxnnlt upon f'harlea IJnrke
Flelhni-r aa handcuffed hut did not
aeem to fee iniirh p-rret over the
term hlh la hefnru him. lie wm June 26, nxt Pnttir.lny, the rimts
aentented to one year which will h nmuth team piny tho Fraternnl I n
fedured to about nlno month with loin of Omnhn at th Chlon?o Ae
pood behalvor. 'nun park
Don t let the baby puffer from
eeemn, sores of nny Itching of the
akin, lioan'a ointment given Instant
relit f, ettrea quickly. Perfectly anfe
fur children. All druggists aell It
One roslble Trig to Prosperity.
The crops are the only doubt.
Mr. E. II. Harriman wisely pointed
out that there might be "a shrink
age in the values of our crops or
some change in natural conditions
which will bring about a colapBe
The food crops are still Unknown
The reapers are flow at work on the
winter wheat, and It is now pretty
clear that it is from 30,000,000 to
60,000,000 short. To the farmer
this will bring larger profits. Cash
wheat in the wheat belt Is at the
highest prices In a generation, from
$1.30 to $1-60 a bushel. July wheat
futures rose last week because it
is doubtbul If there will be wheat
enough at start to go around
Spring wheat is doing well, but no
one knows how It will harvest. In
jury to It would bring a great strain
on a!l credits, and Mr. Harriman's
railroads have the best crop report
known, not excepting the govern
The situation of a rising specula
tlve bull market Is, therefore, this
If crops are good, share speculation
will continue, new Issues will he
floated, equipment and construction
will begin on a great Bcale. and
everyone will be busy, bustling and
If. crops are poor and no one yet
knows food will be very high, pop
ular consumption of manufacturers
will be sharply reduced, railroad
earnings will be affected and Mr.
Harriman's possibility may come
For the next two months the small
Investor, the salaried man, the wage
earner, be his Job new or old, and
the lesser establishments will prac
tice a wide, wise caution.
Mrs. Frank Hajeck is among
those spending the day in Omaha
going to that city on the early morn
Mrs. Ed. Weaver and little son are
spending the day In Omaha having
gone to that city this morning on
the early train.
County Superintendent, Mis3 Fost
er is attending to business in Lin
coln going to that city this morning
on the early train.
John Hockstrasspr is looking after
business matters today In Omaha
h.tvius teP a passenger for Ihar
city on the early train.
Mrs. Frank Sivey and cousin, Miss
Eva Hobson are spending the day In
Omaha being passengers for that city
this morning on the early Burlington
Councilman D. 0. Dwyer Is look
ing after legal business in the me
tropolis today going to that city on
the early train this morning.
John Gery Stark, cashier of the
Elmwood bank and a well known
and prominent citizen of that town,
came in last evening to look after
some business of importance in this
Clerk of the Court Robertson and
daughter Miss Blenehe, are spending
the day in Omaha going to that city
this morning on the early Burlington
A. J, Graham, a popular and well
known citizen of the east side of
M. E. Manspeaker is spending the
day in Council Bluffs, la., attend
ing to business matters.
Matt Jirousek is among those
spending the day in Omaha being a
passenger for that city this morning
on the Burlington.
Former Congressman Ernest M.
Follard is In the city today looking
after his business interests here, rom
ing in last night. " ' v
I. K. Wilson of Des Moines, la.,
who la the present owner of the.
Coatea Block i.i thi? city, j3 here to
day lookinj aftor his business Inter
A marriage license was Issued this
morning by the County Judge to Ed
gar L. Koenlg, nged 29, of Ply
mouth, Nebraska, and Miss Laura
E. Brauchler, aged 26, of Murdock.
S. H. Atwood came down this
morning from Lincoln to attend
to some business matters in this
Lee Aplegate of Union, who has
been visiting with relatives at VII
lisca, Iowa, returned Monday morn
ing, changing cars at this point for
C. Schlater is In receipt of a pos
tal card today from his son Frank,
dated at El Paso, Tex., on June 17,
stating he was well and that he
would go from there to Nacona, Ariz.,
where he will look at some land.
Mrs. H. D. Travis who has been ill
the river, has been stricken with jfor sometime suffering severely from
A. N. Klmelund.
of Saunders County,
XlTK i: OK ft,H Kll MllTTKI.
.Notice Is hereby given Hint by vh-
e Of rblltfel limi-lirnua ......
tember :U)th. DH17. to secure the i.av
tnent of thu sum of :90U0 with in
terest thereon :tt the rate of K ner
cent from said .Into. Said mortgage hav
ing been filed in the office of the
(ounty touit of Cuss County, Nebras-
j.... t-a-i-iufti nv jinrry Tigner to
il '"l' i'H.1 1V said Marsh and
bv snld Marsh transferred to the First
National Hunk of I'lattsmouth, Nebras
ka, l'liat upon said mortKiig,. that
tiiere Is due stid utiiuild the sum of t;'!i0
with Interest thereto, at the rate
of s per rent from date. Default hav
ing been mm!.. In the payment of said
sum nnd Interest thereon und no suit
".r,.'".l";r 11 "f" '"ivlng been In-
"tltnted to recover snld debt or nuf
part thereof, therefore tho unilertlgn'
ed will sell tho property In said mort
gage described vl.: One bnv horse
mule ,t years o, weight 1.000 lbs ;
'.",'.?. "V;"" "I"1" ,,"'',, y,,,r!, "''I weight
".V .'""''. m,,,,l(? miction to
to the highest bidder for rush nt the
bnrti on the Dovey lots nt tho corner
of dak and Seventh streets In the
snld ( Itv of l'lnttsmoutli on tho "fith
tiny of June, 1H09. nt the hour of 1
.'lock p. in of snld On v.
Flr-t National Hank of Flute mouth,
Nebrn.kn. Assignee of Mortgage,
D. t). Dwyer,
Any lady reader of this paper will
receive, on request, a clever "No
Drlp" coffee strainer coupon privi
lege, from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis.
It is silver plated, very pretty, and
positively prevents nil dripping of
tea or coffee. The doctor sends It,
with his new free book on "Health
Coffee" simply to Introduce this
clever substitute fo real coffee. Dr
Snoop's Health Coffee Is gaining Its
great popularity because of: first,
Its exquisite taste and flavor; second,
Its absolute henlthfulness; third, Its
economy l'Ib 23c; fourth, is con
venience. No tedious 20 to 30 min
utes boiling. "Made in a Minute'
says Dr. Shoop. Try It i.t your grrv
cer s for a pleasant surprise. F. S.
White, South Side Cor. Main and
Sixth Streets, Flattsmouth; Xeh.
Stops Itching Instantly. Cures
piles, ezemn, salt rheum, teter.ltch.
hives, herpes, scabies Ponn's oint
ment. At nny drug store.
Kiiney In Trouble.
Edward r. Stich yesterday instl
tuted suit In district court agnltitt
Cal S. Raney, a well known Burl
ington Conductor alleging that Raney
had alienated the affections of plain
tiff'a wife and asking damnges In the
sum of $10,000. Plaintiff alleges
that he was married In Seward rotin
ty, In 1000 nnd that lie and his w.fe
lived happily together until three
years ago when Itnney began pay
ing attention to Mrs. Stlch. By his
arts nnd wiles he won her affections
nnd overcame her chastity until sin
no longer had nny love for the plain
tiff nnd finally left him. Stlch re
cently brought suit for divorce and
nnmed Raney ns correspondent
Raney Is well known In this city
hnvlng ran In nnd out of the city for
hemorrage of the lungs and is In a
serious condition at his home.
Mrs. Frank Robinson, daughter1
Gertude and son Cliff departed this
morning for Portland, Oregan. where
they will spend the summer visiting
with relatives and friends at that
Howard Hilton was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where he
will be present at the wedding of
Miss Bessie Lloyd today. He took
up an Immense amount of flowers,
the gift of Miss Lloyd!s good friends,
S. S. Russel, a veteran citizen of
the east side of the river, is re
ported as lying critically ill at his
home. Mr. Russel is suffering princi
pally from old age being in the
neighborhood of ninety years of age
and small hopes are entertained for
Miss Christine Soennic'usen re
turned this morning from her studies
at the Art Institution at Chicago,
for her summer vacation. Mis Soen-
nlchsen has been making fine pro
gress et her studies and Is producing
work of high quality already. Miss
Soennichsen will spend the summer
at home being glad to get here and
enjoy the rest.
Robert Mauzy surprised his many
friends and his relatives by coming
In yesterday morning on No. 6 from
Denver, Col., where he has been lo
cated for sometime. Bob Is looking
mighty line and seems to have been
prospering since his advent Into the
mountain country. The high air
seems to have agreed with him in
Dr. E. W. Cook and son Harris
departed this morning for Colorado
Springs, Col., where Dr. Cook will
attend a meeting of the State De
puties of the M. W. A., all Jurlsdlc
tlons of the order to be represented
Including Canada. The meeting Is
expected to last for a week, in Dr
Cook's absence Dr. J. S. Livingston
will look after the business of the
Former Senator S. I Thomas Is
spending the day In South Omaha
where he has business at the stock
yards to look nfter. Senator Thomas
has received word that the automo
bllrt which ho shipped to his son
Walter at Long Bench, Cnl., arrived
there without a scratch or blemish of
any kind. The machine was shlppei
from here on May 22 nnd arrived nt
Long Beach on June 1". The freight
on it amounted to J 140 quite
snug sum. ElZI
an attack of tonsilitis Is reported to
day as being some better. The Judge
who has also been a sufferer from a
large boil on his neck Is al?o some
Constipation causes headpche.
nausea, dizziness, languor, heart pal
pitation. Draistic physics gripe, sick
en, weaken the bowels and don't
cure. Doan's Regulets act gently and
cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask
Superintendent of shops, Wm.
Baird, wife and son were passen
gers this morning for Lincoln where
they will visit relatives and where
Mr. Balrd had business matters to
Messrs. Oscar and Lloyd Gapen
were passengers on the morning
train for Oamaha where they have
business to ook after during the day.
They drove up this morning from
their homes near Murray.
The condition of II. J. Streight who
has been suffering so severly from a
paralytic stroke, Is reported today
to be practically unchanged although
hlpes nre entertained that he will
speedily gain strength and become
himself once more.
Louis Wolf and hU sister, Mrs.
Baushausen and family all of Rav
enna, Neb., who have been visiting
with their mother and their brother-in-law,
George Klinger and family,
departed this morning for their
Andy Nelson departed this morn
ing for Dallas, S. D., where he goes
to look over his claim which he drew
last fall and to make arangements to
stnrt building on it. Andy Is desir
ous of seeing what the land looks
like in the spring having seen it
last winter. He will be gone for
Louis F. Lnnghorst. the leading
merchant nf Elmwood nnd one of
thnt city's m t l)tis:lio r.i.'n spent
last evening mil tl:h imiriiln In the
city attending to matte-s In 'onno
tlon with Elm 'cod 'ha;ttiM v.
While her ha Id ci aipur.v with Join
Gerry Stark, paid the Journal a very
Abort Gnnsemelr from near Ne
hnwka was a pleasant caller tills af
ternoon at the Journal office, coming
in to renew his subscription to the
Journal. He Is one of the best and
llvest young fanners of his sctlon
nnd Justly popular. He la always
welcome nt this office. George Bor
ger of Murray acompanled him in
and was another pleasant caller.
Ayr' Hair Vlifnr promptly drttmys the germs
that uuh falling kilr. It nouriihrs the hair
tnilnt. rttot them to health. Hit half stop
falling out, grows mors rapidly.
Ayrr'j Hair Vigor Jut a promptly dcuh-oyt tht
germi that caute il.indruB. It removes every
tract of dandruff It ull. and keeps the scalp
dun and In t healthy condition.
Docs not Color the Hair
We wish you to positively nd distinctly understand trot Aycr'i Hair
Vigor des not affect the color of the hair, even to the slightest
degree. Persons with the whitest or the lightest and most delicate
blond hair nay use It freely without having the hair mute a shade darker.
InCrrdlontS! Sulphur. Clvrerin. Qnlnln. SortWw ("World.
t taputum. Stft. Akoliol. Water. Pcrtumt.
Show this formula to your doctor. Ark him what he thinks of It.
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