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WEDDED IN THE
Earl C. Wescott and Piss Clara
rown Carried at Los Angles
In the Supreme Court.
McElroy vs. Metropolitan Life Ins.
Co. Appro', Cass. Affirmed. Cal-
kins. C. Commissioner's depart-; V.'. M. Smith and family from car
ment. I I'nicn are ia the city today lookius
1. where the parties to an lr.-', after some business matters,
surance contract he in different jur-j ocuuty Clerk Ro.encrans U spend
isdictions. the place where the last ' in the atvrnoon on business in
act is done which is necessary to the 0. . coin UD on v0 ;
The Journal today received infor-1 stenography. This completed she en-
mation from Miss Edith Buzzell of tered the employ of the Bank of
this city that Earl Wescott and Miss' Cass County of this city as a stenog-
Clara Brown, formerly of this city,
were united in marriage last Sunday,
June 26, at Los Angeles, Cal. Ac
cording to our informant Miss
Brown, who lived in San Bernardino,
Cal., left her home with the announc
ed intention of going to Sunhay
school. Instead of doing so she
took the train to Los Angeles where
she met Mr. Wescott and where they
were married. She telephoned the
news at once to her parents at San
This news is not entirely unexpect
ed to the friends of t' ir
city as the wedding Had been an
ticipated by Mr. Wescott's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wescott.' It had
been the general understanding of
the friend3 of tho contracting parties
that the ceremony wa3 to take place
soon following their departure from
this city several months ago. They
had been quite devoted to each other
for a number of years, having been
virtually raised together in this city,
The bride is the handsome and afr
complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs
F. P. Brown, formerly of this city,
but for six or eight years past resi
dents of California. Mrs. Wescott
grew to womanhood in this city, hav
ing received an education in the
Plattsmouth schools, and later tak
inc a course in bookkeeping and
rapher and bookkeeper, remaining
there for several years, and resign
ing only a few months ago to join
her parents iu California. She is a
remarkably pretty young woman, and company cannot
one witn scores ot menus in iuis witn me assured, waive me express
city having a personality which read- terms of the policy and extend the
ily mado friends of all whom she time for the premium when a policy yesterday to look after his property
met. Without exception tney unite provides that none or its terms can interests
1 . ! . V. iHnpU) 1 1 f . tn hfl iT I 1. 1.1 , rt niAIKt.l nvi n r,
m K,imB ,.m...v.u ue u..lu mu..-u v,. .u- H M Soennlehsen is looking after
or joy ana nappiness. tenures waivea nor premiums in ar- . . ,.,,. In r,,isnn thU nf.
The groom, Kan v.;. w escoti, is a rears received, except Dy agreement
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wescott of hn writing signed by the president,
this city, and like his bride, he is a vice president, secretary or assist-
product of Plattsmouth and Cass ant secretary.
validity of the contract Is the place
where the contract is entered into.
Insurance business transacted
in this state by New York Insurance
companies without any provision of
the Now York laws shall govern, is
not subject to the provisions of the
New York statute requiring a notice
to be mailed to tho policy holder in
that state as a condition of forfeit
ure for nonpayment of premiums.
3. The agent of an insurance
by oral contract
Mrs. J. S. Phebus is spending the
l afternoon in Omaha going to that
I city on the afternoon train.
Miss Eva Rotter is among those
spending the afternoon iu Omaha go
ing up on No. 23 this afternoon.
William U.Murray, the well known
grain man of Mynard, is in the city
today attending to business matters.
Ooorge W. Snyder drove in this
morning from his farm In the pre
cinct to look after business matters.
I. K. Wilson of Des Moines, la.,
owner of the Coates block came in
county. Ho Is a bright and able
young man, thoroughly business and
one who makes a great many friends
wherever he may go. He is an elec
triclnn by profession, having been
engaged in that business for many
years and making himself a reputa
tlon as one who understands the bus
iness. He at one time was connect
Will Play Two Games.
The fans will all bo pleased to
learn that there will bo two rattling
good games here on July 5th. The
crack Thurston Rifles team Is billed
to cross bats with Manager Warren's
men both morning and afternoon,
ternoon, going there on the after
Mis Minnie Born and Mary Krao
gerare spending the afternoon ia
Omaha going to that city on the af
Walfred Nord and Gus Swanson
are spending the afternoon in Oma
ha going to that city on the train
H. E. Rand is spending tho after
noon looking after business iu Oma
the morning game being called at
ed with the Nebraska Lighting Com- 10 a. m, anu the afternoon game at ha, going to that city this after
nany. and later embarking in busl- a m Tnlg nioang two cood eames nocn on No. 23.
ness here for himself. He left the anu big crowds ought to witness
city several months ago for the Pa- them. . The locals are in fine form
clfie tonal. His many mends in hn(1 vrjmise the rash Rifles
common with those of the bride, a thorough drubbing. As the
w ish him a long and prosperous wed- boya nave t,ecn trouncing the leather
ded life. It is presumed the happy hard jateiy and have landed upon the
couple will continue to make their beak of the sphere with something
residence on the Pacific coast, likely ijke a cyci0ne force, they will doubt-
at Los Angeles.
Look for I.lg Crowe).
Louisville is figuring on a fine
crowd from this city next Saturday
for their 4th of Jul celebration on
Saturday, July 3. They have ar
ranged a splendid program includ
ing :i baseball game between tho
Louisville team and the Plattsmouth
boys ind this is calculated to bring a
la'ge crowd together. The last game
played in this city was an exciting
one which those who saw it appre
ciated. The final score was four to
three In favor of LouIsvHj which
is as good as any game played by
professionals. Saturday's game will
undoubtedly be att exciting and all
who can should attend it. For the
convenience of passengers from this
city the Burlington will run their
local freight train No. 29 out of this
city at 7:10 a. r.i. and returning the
local freight train No. 30 will bo
held at Louisville until 6 p. m. or as
much later as the crowd desires pro
viding travel enough is assured to
marrant it. At any event the train
coming to this city will not leave
Louisville before 6 o clock at night.
For a good time and a fine ball game
Louisville is the place to go.
Tortured on a Horse.
ten cars 1 couldn't ride
'For ten cars 1 coulun t ruie a
horse without being In torture from
piles, writes W. S. Napier, of Rug-
trios. Kv.. "when all doctors and
les make good. The pitchers of the
locals ar? also rounding to and are
ftrm and all will be able to
pitch shut-out ball. 1
see both games and be sure to take
alorg plenty of rooting dope. The ad
mission Is fixed at tho princely sum
of 25 cents, easily In reach of all.
Be a live one and see It all.
Former Congressman E. M. Pol
other remedies failed, Bucklln's nr- lard who has been in the city the
nica salve cured me." Infallible for past week In the Interest of his
Piles, burns, scalds, cuts, boils, fe- paper, returned to his home in Ne- the city, returning to Sioux City this
ver sores, eczema, salt rheum, corns, hawka today, being driven down in afternoon having accepted a posi
9Zc c.naranted bv F. 0. Frlcke & a fine new Overland nuto by Mr
S. A. Foster of LaPlatte was
the city this morning returning on
No. 2 3 at noon, after doing some
trading in the city.
T. J. Rhoden came up this morn
Ing from Murrayq, where ho Is
visiting with relatives, to attend to
some business matters.
George Hild, one of the most popu
lar and well known citizens of tho
precinct, is in the city today attend
ing to business matters.
James Darough and wife are
spending the afternoon In Omaha
having gone to that city on the
passenger at two o'clock.
Paul Wohlfarth has some miscel
laneous business in Omaha this af
ternoon renulrlng his personal at-
tlon, going there on No. 23 .
H. II. Tartsch made a short trip to
For the celebration of July 3 the
Burlington announces that train No.
30 returning to this city will leave
Barker of the firm of Barker &
Parmele. Mr. Pollard states that he
has no lecture engagements In the
near future as he finds he has plenty
of work on his magnificent farm to
Louisville not earlier than 6 p. m. ikeep him busy. He states that the
outlook for fruit this year is better
than for years past and he will have
a great crop of all kinds of fruit.
Mr. Pollard Is the fortunnte owner
of one of the finest farms and orch
ards the great county of Cass pos
sesses and he Is one of tho kind of
farmers and fruit growers who
knows how to look after it. Mr. Pol
lard had nothing to say on politics
or the future cf his paper.
for this city. The train going to
Louisville will be the regular No.
29 due out of hero at 7:10 a. m.
The ball team plays there that day
and doubtless a number of loyal
fans will accompany them. Fur
ther announcement will be made tomorrow.
HOW ABOUT YOUR UNDERWEAR?
The man who has never found a
union suit that just satisfied him will
have to look no
further than this
we have them.
It's the "M c ntor
Kci'lini; Tliciii liusy.
Messrs. Brlggs, Sharpe,
a '.id Loland who have been
the country for somo time past en
gased on various jobs of painting,
have returned to the city. Anions
the many jobs which the men have
completed is a largo barn of C. M.
Wn'ker on the Walker section. Sev
eral oilier largo barns from neigh
boring farms have also been painted
by them and there is every Indication
they will be kept busy for a long
time ns jobs continue to pour in on
them. They are all first class work
men and deserve to be remembered
The best tin-
8 union r'vi.
We l! ! in
H.C. :itl si '.
ion suit ma;e.
We have vonr size and
will guarantee that it
won't shrink or get out
A lot of fellows come
in here finding fault
about their underwear
and we nut a ston totheir
complaining by fitting H
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Patriot lo Service at Mynard.
Next Sunday evening the regu
lar evening service of the M. E.
church at Mynard, the pastor, Rev.
W. IV Cornish, will preach a pat
riotic sermon upon the subject:
"Freedom." The church will be
beautifully decorated with the na
tional colors and the orgnnlHt will
render some special music. All rr-
cordially Invited to be present.
tlon in that city and locating there.
D. C. Rhoden, one of the promin
ent citizens of Murray, was in the
city today attending to business mat
ters driving up from his home this
W. M. Whelan, secretary to Con
grcssman John A. Magulre, spent yes
terday evening and today in the city
looking after matters of interest to
Iiarry Dolong is In Omaha this af
ternoon called there to take charge
nf nn engine which will be used In
rip-rapping on the Iowa side of the
river commencing tomorrow.
P. E. Ruffner departed this morn
ing for Denver, and Hugo. Colo
where he Is Interested In some land
Mr. Ruffner will bo gone for several
days and combines pleasuro wit
business mnklng the trip an outln
In Colorado for his health.
Miss Mary Hart, of Norfolk, Neb.,
is making a visit with C. M. Walker
and family, at his home on the Wnl-
ker Feet Ion, southwest of the city.
Miss Nola Walker returned home
with Miss Hart as her guest after
spending some time with her at her
home In Norfolk.
Messrs Parmele & ''nrlwr have
Just concluded the sale of a fine high
power '"Overland" nutom"') !e to Km
limns J. Rlchey. Mr. Kichoy haa
secured a very lilgh-g:ade mac liii:i
ar.i one which Is warranto. I in stand
the wear and tear of liar service
and which Is bound to rIvo satis
faction. Tho "Overland" has an en
tablished reputation which marks it
as ono of tho best machines on the
mnrket today and which hns placed It
In tho front rank of outos.
F. H. Dunbar is In Fremont, w here
he is called by business matters.
Miss Mae Murphy is visiting today
in Omaha going there this morning
on the early train.
Mrs. J. N. Wise was a passenger
this morning for Omaha where she
wll spend the day with friends.
Miss Lillian Cole departed this
morning for Lincoln where she will
make a visit of several days with
Mrs. J. K. McDaniel and daugh
ters are spending the day in Omaha
having been passengers for that city
this morning on the Burlington.
Mrs. Wm. Warren and daughter,
Miss Frances, are spending the day
in Omaha, having gone to that city
this morning on the early train.
Mrs. P. Balser of Farnam, Neb.,
who has been visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. Ilawkenberry, de
parted this afternoon for her home.
I. Parlman came down yesterday
afternoon from his home In Omaha
to look after business matters In the
city, returning on the M. P. train In
Mrs. John Livingston and her
sister Mrs. Belns with her baby, are
spending the day in tho metropolis
going there this morning on the
Mrs. C. P. Richards and son are
visiting with friends in Ashland for
several days being passengers for that
city on the early Burlington train
Mrs. Frank Rand of South Omaha
who have been in the city making a
visit with John McNurlln and fam
ily, departed this afternoon for her
Mrs. C. R. Burdlck was a pas
senger on No. 23 this afternoon for
Havelock where she will make a vis
It with friends.
Thf bljr hit in "The War Con-es-
poiulent" I tin Honir and dance
which Mrs. H, S. Austin presents
tonight at the Parmele. Fine, new
pictures in addition.
Mrs. P. F. Goos and her mother,
Mrs. Wllcke, who Is making her a
visit, were passeners for Omaha on
No. 23, going up to Fpend the after
noon with relatives
Mrs. John J. Svoboda and children
were passengers this arternoon on
the Schuyler train for Prague, Neb.,
where they will make a visit of some
days with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Catherine Palmer and Mrs. J.
G. Vanhorn are combining business
and pleasure this morning In a trip
to Omaha being passengers for the
city on the early Burlington train.
Miss Jessie Brost from near Mur
ray who is visiting Miss Edith Htz,
are visiting today In Omaha going
there on the early Burlington train
after driving In from their honie
In the country.
B. B. Danlher, the farmer from
near Murray, was In the city today
being compelled to take a layoff from
plowing tho fields by tho violent rain
storm of yesterday afternoon, and
having business hero to attend to.
Mr. Danlher says the rain was one
of the heaviest Been In his locality
In years and was much surprised to
find that It did not extend further
north than It did.
George Groebe, daughter Miss
Frances, Conrad Grebo and John
Grebe wifo and daughter, forme!
a party which left the city this after
noon for a visit with George Grebe,
Jr., and family at. Reno, Nev., They
xpect to be gone for four or five
weeks and Miss Frances will make
a permanent stay Iu that city. There
were a largo number of friends prti-
ent to boo them depart. 1
Herman Klletsch, the well known
and popular Weeping Water miller,
anie In yesterday afternoon on the
M. P. freight from tho south, to visit
our merchants and take orders tor
his flour. Within a short time after
his arrival Mr. Klcltfcch had sold a
carload, ns there Is a t;tendy demand
for his product. Me reports biiRlne.
at Weeping Water as '.:!ot, tin- usu
al conditio:! for this time el year,
with nlnirst too much nln fir t'v:
farmers. , j
Statute Will Net Be Enforced
OPMSTO BE FILED LATER.
Judges Vandeventer and Munger Grant
Injunction to Restrain New Banking
Board From Putting Act Into Effect
Until Constitutionality of Statute
Passed by Last Session of Legisla
ture Is Decided.
Lincoln, July 1. In the federal court
Judges Vandeventer and Munger
granted an Injunction to restrain the
new state banking board from putting
the guaranty act nto effect. The con
stitutionality ot tho statute will ba
discussed iu opinions to bo filed' later.
The bank deposit guaranty act was
passed by the last session of the legis
lature. It was to become effective
July 2. Governor Shallenberger named
Sam Patterson secretary of the bank
ing board and preparations were made
for carrying out the provisions ot the
Fifty state and two private banks
appealed to the federal court atlegjng
that the act confiscated property with
out due process of law. Attojneys ar
gued the case this week.
The effect of tho order will be to
suspend the operation of the law until
the car.o can finally be disponed of.
When the decision Is finally rendered,
tho losing side, It Is understood, will
carry the case to the supremo court
of the United States, where an effort
may bo mnde to have It combined with
tho suit testing the validity of the
Oklahoma guaranty law.
The state filed a demurrer to tho pe
tition of the plaintiffs asking for the
Injunction. This was done at the re
quest of tho court, when all the law
yers had agreed upon the statement of
facts In the case. The decision was
on tho demurrer.
HOLD CHURCH IN BALL PARK
Central City Pastors Hit on Novel Plan
to Get Men Out to Services.
Central City, Neb., July 1. A plan
favorably received has been arrange!
by tho pastors of five Central City
churches for keeping up church at
tendance during the Hot summer
months. It Is a well known fact that
the congregations dwindle when the
hot weather sets In. Accordingly
union evening services will be held ;n
the hnseball park every Sunday
throughout the months of July and Au
gust under tho auspices of tho Metho
dist, Baptist, Christian, Friends and
Presbyterian churches and the Young
Men's Christian association, replacing
the separate services hold In these
churches and the afternoon meetings
at the Young Men's Christian associa
tion. The meetings begin at 8 o'clock
p. m., so that nil attending will enjoy
tho advantages of tho cool evcnlnj
j a nr.' f-r vmj. A soft swiss lisV,
:1.00. Assortment $1.00 to S.1 50.
'iiir iiiic nf I lil t l, SrhiilYiii r f
Mitrx f 'lutlii
w irfif si xtr, a art
i m SIM SXisV M
Pasture to Kent.
The undersigned hns about 40
acres of good grass to rent for pas
turing horses only. C.ood running
water nnd plenty of fiiade. One
dollar per month per head.
T'j miles houth of PlattHinoiith.
Hitchcock County Wheat Cood.
Lincoln, July 1. Tho labor bureau
has received word from Hitchcock
county that I II. Harrison of near
Trenton has 200 acres of wheat which
will average thirty bushels to the ncro.
Mr. Harrison expects to receive $1 a
bushel for his wheat, which tho labor
commissioner believes, taken altogeth
er, mnkin an extremely good showing
for Hitchcock county. In the mean
time the bureau has received n call
from Holdrego for fifty men to work
In the wheat fields, nnd several men
are wanted at Osceola. At this time
there are no applications on file with
the bureau for work.
Head Cut Off by Train.
Omaha. July 1. Jon Pallatto, a
Cnlon Pacific set tlon hand, was In
r.t.mtly killed in the yards at Thir
teenth and pierce, when a train ran
over Mm and cut off his head.
CHANGE IN THE NAVY
Dunce Saturday Nljlit.
Another pP-Mo dancn win bp giveu
on Saturday night, July 3, at Will
Vallery's farm, the old Pitcher farm.
A fine time assured and everyone
A good, well Improved ncventy
acre farm, five miles southeast of
Murray. For particular nee
Mrs. Joseph Svihla Is ("pending
I tho aflernon with frlcnda In Omaha
! g'iiig up on the Burlington.
Mrs. F. A. Ronnie of Madrid, Neb.,
who spent last evening In the city vis
iting with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs
las. Solvers, whs n passenger this
nfternonn for Omaha where hhe will
vlalt Mrs. Claud Solvers In the hos
pital there. Mrr,. Solvent was oper
ated upon yesterday for appendicitis
having been brought down from Ms
:irii fir that purpose, iter many
friends In this l'y hope to h"ir tha
she is Speedily rei'iiv-fl ;.g tii;i will
som be all rlht again.
Peter Campbell, on" t.r lite best
and widest known citizens of Rock
Bluffs precinct, drove In this morn
ing from his farm, the soil being
too wet to permit working In the
fields. Mr. Campbell states that be
tween this city and the farm of
Wm. Taylor It did not look as If any
rain had fallen but south of that
point there had been a tremendous
delude ami the fields were deep In
mud. Mn were plowing In their
fields this Plde of Rok Bluffs but
In low th rain had stopped all thnt.
He feels there has been rain enoui:h
and would enjoy a let tip.
A M'iit I'.Mci-'n Raid.
The worst night riders are
mel rroton oil or aloes pills,
raid your bed to rob you of
Not so with Dr. King's New
Pills. They never distress or Incon
venience, but iilwnys (hose th sys
tem, curing cel ls, headache, Cr.naM
patli ii. Malaila, 2 at V. G. Ftick"
Sees Mother (ir u Vo. n;v.
"It would be hard to overstate
the wonderful change In try mother
since she began to use Klectrlc Bit
ters." writes Mrs. W. L. Gllpalrlck
of Danforth, Mo. "Although past
70 years she heems really to be
growing young nunln. She suffered
untold misery from dspepsln for 20
years. At last she could neither
eat, drink or sleep. Doctors gave
her up and all remedies failed until
Klectrlc Bitters worked such won
ders for her health." They lnvlgor
ate the vital organs, cure liver
nnd kidney troubles, Induce sleep
Impart strength and appetite. Only
r,0c pt F. G. Frlcke & Co.
Rear Admiral Potter Becomes Chief of
the Bureau of Navigation. " p
Washington, July 1. -An Important
change took place In the navy depart
ment today with the assumption ot
(lie ofllco of chief of t he bureau of nav
Igatlon, one of tho most respona.hla
In tho service, by Rear Admiral Will
iam P. rotter. He succeeds ns bureau
chief Hear Admiral John li. lillsbury,
who was placed on the retired Us'.
M'voral months ago. but has remained
la char;;e of tho bureau.
Rear Admiral Potter has had a dls
lliigiilshed career In the navy, lie l
a native of New York nml entered tho
ii vice In 1M;.-.. e was advanced for
"eminent and conspicuous conduct In
iiaitle during the war with Spain." At
the outset of the recent battleship
rnilso Admiral Potter commanded the
Vtrni'uit, nnd on the retirement, of
Rear A'lmlral F.inory he succeeded to
the cmniand of the second squadron
nf the Atlantic fleet.
Missouri Pacific Wreck.
Kansas City, July 1. A Missouri
Pacific passenger tra.ln wns wrecked
near podson. Engineer G. p. Koed
was killed mill Fireman O. C. Smith
severely Injured, but none of the pas
nenpers suffered mote thnn alight
nrul.Hcu. hro'ten flnngo caused the
inline aim two cars to leave the rslli
ind roll down an rm'.innkinonL
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