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The Avoca epartinneinit
Newt Items Gathered Each Week
John Bogard was an Omaha visitor
William Goller was at Omaha on
K. Taylor was down from Spring
J. M. Dunbar made a trip to Om
B. C. Marquardt and family were
at Scrlbner this week.
Harry Marquardt was a Talmage
visitor over Sunday.
John H. Busch and family were
Lincoln visitors Tuesday. '
Charles Jenkins entertained his
parents of Manley Sunday.
H. G. Wellenslek was attending
to business matters at Central City
Ben Mohr made Weeping Water a
Several from here attended the ball
games at Berlin Sunday.
Miss Ella Wltzkle left Wednesday
for her home In Minnesota.
Asa Johnson was a business visitor
at Weeping Water Tuesday.
W. I. Smoots and wife of Berlin at
tended services here Sunday.
John H. Schmidt and family were
Omaha visitors Wednesday.
A. Zimmerer was over from Nebras
ka City the first of the week.
Dr. Tuck and J. J. Meier were here
from Weeping Water Saturday.
Nicholas Trood of Lincoln was vis
iting Avoca relatives this week.
M. M. Straub was a business visi
tor at Omaha the first of the week.
Herman Roloff left Monday for
Central City to look after his farm.
The county commissioners had
business here the first of the week.
Mrs. P. Nutzman has returned
from her visit with Bertrand rela
tives. Avoca Is talking of having a base
ball tournament the last of the
An auto load was down from Elm
wood last week advertising their
Miss Stella Opp has secured a po
Mrs. Emma Cashner spent the first
of the week with relatives in Lincoln.
Jesse Stone and family and Scott
Jordan and family spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. S.1 Cashner.
H. S. Ough went to Lincoln Sun
day evening, returning Tuesday.
The storm early Monday morning
played havoc with the telephone lines,
putting twenty-two of the Alvo Tele
phone company's out of order and
about 130 phones in need of repair.
Also the Bell phones were burned
Lighting struck the upper front
portion of Dreamer & Cashner's store
Monday but did only Ellght damage.
Several friends spent a delightful
afternoon with Miss Esther Rosenow
last Thursday in honor of her 14th
birthday which occurred August 7,
1910. Refreshments were served at
5 o'clock, after which a few games
were played and all departed wish
ing Miss Esther many more happy
returns of the day.
Walter Skinner and family of
Hooper, Neb., came in Saturday ev
ening to visit his mother, Mrs. Mary
Skinner for a few days. They went
to University Place Thursday to vis
it his sisters.
C. C. Bucknell and E. M. Stone
were Greenwood visitors Thursday,
Harry Parsell spent a few days in
Lincoln last week.
C. R. Jordan went to Weeping Wa
The Misses June and Bessie Llnd
ley who have spent some time with
their cousins, the Misses Elliott, re
turned to their home at Urbana, 111.,
C. C. Bucknell went to Lincoln
P. J. Linch went to Lincoln Friday
evening, returning Saturday morning.
Frank Baker left Monday evening
for Custer county to visit relatives.
Miss Anna McMahon of South Om
aha Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. E.
Casey this week.
Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Ridpath who
have been visiting their sister, Mrs
J. II. Foreman, left Tuesday for Iowa,
Mrs. Foreman accompanied them.
Mr. Charles Schully who has spent
a couple of weeks at J. H. Foreman's
has returned to his home.
P. J. Linch and family and Miss
Grace Bucknell went to Lincoln In
their auto to attend the assembly.
Miss Grace Foreman went to Lin
coln Sunday and returned Monday.
Miss Pearl Kecfer and Joe Fore
man attended the assembly at Lin
Noel Foreman went to Lincoln on
Saturday to attend the assembly.
E. M. Stone and family, Mrs. BIna
Kltzel, Grace Kltzel and George
Cook and Fred Dreamer and family
by a Special Reporter for Thla Department of the Seml-Weekty Journa
sition in the Fremont schools for the
coming school year.
Louis and Fred Ruhge have rent
ed the Ed. Mohr farm west of town
for the coming year.
The Malleable Girl and the Malle
able man were at the Avoca Supply
company this week.
Henry Hillman and Fred Paap
were up from Berlin Thursday to see
Avoca defeat Syracuse.
Mrs. Harry Falk and son of Brown
vlile. were visiting at the home of
Ora E. Copes this week.
Taylor Graham and family were
over from Unadilla Thursday visiting
and attending the picnic.
W. L. Gillin was at St. Joseph this
week purchasing goods for the big
cash store of Zimmerer & Gillin.
Mrs. J. O. Rowland arrived Wed
nesday for a few days visit with Av
oca friends and to attend the picnic.
Prof. J. L. Zink and wife left for
Glltner last week where they have
been employed as teachers in the
Dr. Walker, Roy Upton, Amos Mc
Namee, Ed. Leach and D. F. Frans
were here Monday in automobiles ad
vertising the Old Settlers picnic at
Union on August 19 and 20
BASK HALL XOTKS.
Avoca Wins Two Fast Games flayed
on the l(Miie Diamond.
On Thursday the fast Syracuse
team came over to show our boys how
the grand old game was played. The
game was a beauty from the start.
The first inning started out badly for
our boys, as the Syracuse team man
aged to get three scores across the
plate. Avoca came back with two.
The second Inning resulted In Syra
cuse getting one and Avoca two, mak
ing the score a tie. After this the
game went seven Innings before eith
er team scored. Syracuse scored one
in the tenth, and Avoca two which
was enough to win. Harry Mar
quardt of the locals played a few
attended a family reunion at Billy
Wheeler's near Union last Sunday.
Mr. Summers, formerly of this
place but now of MUford, Is visit
ing in town this week.
Carlton Gulllon was on the 6lck
list the first of the week.
G. P. Foreman, Sr., shipped a car
load of hogs to South Omaha Tues
From Thursday'! Dally
Amsdell Sheldon was In the city
yesterday looking after business mat
John Ossenkop of Louisville was
looking after business matters at
the county seat today.
G. P. Meisinger of near Cedar
Creek was looking after business mat
ters in Plattsmouth today.
Bent Livingston went to South Om
aha on the morning train today to
look after some business matters.
Miss Mabel DreBier of Silver City,
la., arrived today to be the guest
of Mrs. F. S. Ramsey for a few days.
Miss Vesta Douglass went to Aub
urn yesterday to spend a few days
with her friend, MIsb Irene Tyler.
R. Hampton and wife and son de
parted for Western, Neb., this morn
ing for a few days visit with friends.
Charles Herger was a business call
er at the metropolis today, going to
that place this morning on the early
M. E. Manspeaker was called to
Omaha on the morning train today
where he will look after some busi
Misses lone and Helen Dovey re
turned from Omaha last evening,
where they have been guests of
friends since Monday.
Mrs. Joe Tighe who has been the
guest of Mrs. Ed. Fitzgerald and oth
er relatives for a time, departed for
Ilavelock this morning.
George Lohnes of Cedar Creek was
In the city today looking after busi
ness matters and while here gave
this office a pleasant call.
Mrs. William Weber and daughter
Jeannet, left for Omaha this after
noon where they will visit Mrs. Web
er's daughters for a few days.
Mrs. H. N. Dovey and daughter
Miss Florence departed for Lake
Okoboal this afternoon where they
will visit with friends for a time.
Mr. T. S. C. Dabb who has been on
the sick list for the past few days,
was taken suddenly worse yesterday
afternoon but Is slightly improved
Mrs. Lelpoldt and daughters Alice
and Catherine and Mrs. Abbott, all
of LaPIatte, arrived today to be the
Innings for the Syracuse team and
made one star catch In left field, but
at bat he could not solve Grubers
curves. Our boys feel quite pubilant
over the game as the Syracuse team
is considered one of the fastest teams
In southeastern Nebraska. A large
number were present. The score:
Syracuse .31 0000000 15
Avoca ...220000000 26
Battrles Keithley and aman;
Gruber and Gruber. Umpire Graham.
On Saturday the Nehawka team
played our boys and put up a classy
article of ball, but were not fast
enough to win. The game was a
good one and was one of the best
games played here this season. For
four Innings it was a goose egg for
both teams. In the fourth Inning
Nehawka got two and Avoca one. In
the fifth inning Avoca scored two
more, makljg the score three to two
which remained the same until the
eighth Inning when our boys scored
two more, making the score five to
two in our favor. The Nehawka boys
play nice ball and will make the team
that plays them go some. The score:
Nehawka .. 00020000 02
Avoca 00012002 5
Batteries Adams and Hall; Frey
and Betts. Umpire Graham.
J. P. Rassmussen loaded his team
which is known as the Pinochles in
to Fred Betts' carryall Sunday and
went down to Berlin and played the
first nine at that place. The Pino
chles were certainly there with the
goods as they put four of Berlins
pitchers out of the box, winning the
game to the tune of 24 to 9, and It
wasn't a very good day for scores
either. This Is the second time the
Pinochles has crossed bats with Ber
lin and have won both games. The
manager is so puffed up that he has
to wear a band around his head. The
Battrles Avoca; Graham, Betts and
Plasters; Berlin Hughes, Hensley,
Jung, Toney and Miller.
guests of Dr. C. A. Marshall and
family for a time.
J. H. Snell of Ashland was in the
city looking after his business af
fairs. Mrs. Hlckson went to Chalco this
afternoon to visit friends for a short
Miss Jessie Mapes went to Omaha
on the afternoon train today where
she will visit relatives for a time.
M. Hiatt of Sapry county, was in
the city today and bought a carload
of wood through J. V. Egenberger's
Mrs. Ward Clark went to Omaha
on the morning train today where
she will visit with friends for the
Miss Myers was a passenger to the
metropolis this afternoon where she
will be the guest of friends for a
Joe Wargar will depart this after
noon on No. 2 for St. Louis where
he will look after some important
Colonel Bates Is attending the Odd
Fellows picnic at Avoca today, going
as far as Murray yesterday to look
after business matters.
Mrs. Crissman of Lincoln who has
been theguest of her mother, Mrs.
Klnkead for a time, returned to Lin
coln this afternoon.
Joe Vetersnek and wife and son
went to Omaha to have a tonsil re
moved from the little boy's throat.
Dr. Patton performed the operation.
A healthy man is a king In his own
right; an unhealthy man is an un
happy slave. Burdock Blood Bitters
builds up sound health keeps you
Mrs. D. J. Lair accompanied by
her two children, Giles and Fern,
and Miss McCon, departed for Ham
burg, la., last evening to visit rela
tives for a week.
Harsh physics read, weaken the
bowels, cause chronic constipation.
Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation. 25c.
Ask your druggist for them.
Miss Anna Collins of Aurora, who
has been the guest of her sister. Mrs.
N. Crlsslnger for a time, departed
this morning for Red Oak, to visit
relatives for a few days. Marie Crls
slnger, her little niece, accompanied
A number of the teachers attend
ing the Institute enjoyed a nlcnlc
supper at the city park last evening.
Considerable merriment was derived
from various out door sports which
furnished plenty of amusement and
assisted In making the outing such a
delightful one. A delicious picnic
supper was spread under one of the
large trees. The supper was ud to
the usual Btandard and was thor
oughly relished by all.
Former Will Hslp
Iowa Senator to Get
Nomination For 1912.
CUMMINS FOR PRESIDENT
La FoDette Despairs of Nomination
and Will Help lowan.
Des Moines, Aug. 11. The candi
dacy of Senator Cummins as the prop
er one for western Insurgents to unite
on for the presidential nomination in
1912 was the subject of a conference
In Senator Cummins' office.
Those present reported that assur
ances had been received that Senator
La Follette's Influence would stand be
hind the Iowa candidate; that the Wis
consln man had no hope of landing the
Rock Island Train Crashes Into
Rear ot Union Pacific Freight."
Lenape, Kan., Aug. 11. In a col
lislon between a Rock Island and a
Union Pacific freight train here Mar
tin Blackwood of Idana, Kan., and E.
T. Hanley of Hallco, Kan., were killed
and Mr. Blackwood's little eon was
slightly injured. The men were rid
Ing in the caboose of the Union Pacific
J train, taking cattle to Kansaa City.
The Union Pacific train was stand
ing at the station when the Rock Isl
and train crashed into the rear of It,
demolishing the caboose In which the
men were riding.
Failure of the crew of the Rock Isl
and to heed block signals is given as
the cause of the accident.
Hadley May Run for Senate.
Jefferson City, Mo., Aug. 11. Gov
ernor Hadley may run for the United
States senate. An announcement is
expected after the state meeting is
held here tomorrow. Theodore Roose
velt, as well as the Insurgent congress'
men from Kansas and Iowa, will, it Is
said, be asked to make speeches in
Missouri for him If Hadley decides to
enter the race.
At Boston: RUB.
Pittsburg 0 0 1 0 1 10 0 03 11 0
Boston 200000 0002 6 3
At St. Joseph First game: R.H.E.
St. Joseph 0 1 1 02 1 02 7 7 1
Omaha 1 000 1 00002 9 3
Baker Boles; Keeley-Gondlng.
Second game: R.H.E.
Omaha 0 0000000 00 3 3
St. Joseph 0 1 1 00 1 00 3 7 1
At Lincoln: R.H.E.
Lincoln 1 5001012 10 11 0
Topeka 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6
Knapp Clark; Wright-Kerns.
At Chicago: R.H.E.
Boston 00 0 00 00 1 0 0001 7 2
Chicago ....1 0000 00 0 000 12 8 3
CkotteCarrlgnn; Lang Payne.
At St. Louis First game: R.H.E.
Ft. Louis 0 0 0 1 0 3 2 4 10 15 3
New York 1 4 1 00 0 000 6 9 2
Klnsella Kllllfor; Warhop-Crlger.
Second game: R.H.E.
St. I)iils 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 6 1
New York 00000000 00 2 '3
Tclty Kllllfer; Hughes-Mitchell.
At Cleveland First game: R.H.E.
Cleveland ... .0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-3 6 0
Waohlngton .0000100010 02 6 4
8ocond game: R.II E.
Cleveland 0 0000000 00 6 3
Washington ....00000000 00 7 1
Koestner Bernl; Gray-Alnsmlth.
At Detroit : 11.1115
Philadelphia ...50 0 0 00 2 1 08 10 t
Detroit 0 002001 0 03 9 1
Coombs Thomas: Donovan Schmidt !
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x DEMANDS TRIAL
Files Request in District Court
tor Early Hearing.
WANTS JURY CALLED SEPT. 12.
Iowa Bankers' Association Intends to
Take Extra Precautions This Fail
Against Safe Crackart Executive
Council Holds Meeting Senator
Crosaley Marries HI Stenographer.
Det Moines, Aug. 11. Governor
B. F. Carroll, under indictment by the
Polk county grand jury for criminal
libel in connection with the resigna
tion of John Cownie from the state
board of control, filed a formal demand
in the district court for an early trial.
The governor asks that the trial jury
for the September term of court be or
dered' to report Sept. 12, instead of
Sept. 19, and that his trial be the first
one heard. He sets forth that in view
of the fact of his candlducy for gov
ernor, It Is highly Important that the
matter be decided at once, hence he
asks for quick action by the court
James G. Crossley, formerly In the
Iowa senate and author of the pri
mary law, was married here to Misa
Cherry Hyde, his stenographer and
clerk during the Iowa legislature four
years ago. Senator Crossley is now
United States district attorney for
Warding Off Yeggmen.
Plans to circumvent the activities of
bank burglars and yeggmen In Iowa
this fall were discussed at a meeting
of the executive council of the Iowa
State Bankers' association. The Iowa
association ia a member of the Inter
state Protective association, which In
cludes the state organized bankers In
the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin
and Iowa. Secretary P. W. Hall of
the Iowa association said that the
bank burglar season will open after
harvest time. At that time the pro
tective association will take extraor
dinary precautions against the depre
dations of safebreakerg. Extra de
tectives will be at work and the yegg
men will be closely watched.
ELOPER HANGS HIMSELF
Young Iowa Farmer Planned to Wee
SIxteen-Year Old Niece.
Fonda, la., Aug. 11. Herman Shu
man, a young farmer, living north'
west of here committed suicide In the
city jail by hanging himself with his
belt Young Shuman had been keep
ing company with his niece, Miss Bes
sie Shuman, for about a year. Sunday
they started for the German church
and' no more had been aeen of them
until the sheriff captured them at Ar
nolds park. They were brought to
Fonda on the morning train. Shuman
was lodged In the city Jail for safe
keeping until the arrival of the west
bound train for Storm Lake, where he
was to be kept until time for bis trial.
The young couple had eloped with
the Intention of getting married. Both
came from well respected families.
Shuman was farming for himself,
while his mother was living with him
His age was twenty-one, while the
girl was only sixteen.
LOSES LIFETSPIRIT LAKE
Otto Rubee, 8on of Well Known Mar.
ehalltown Man, Drowns.
Marshalltown, la., Aug. 11. A tele
gram from Spirit Lake tells of the
drowning there of Otto Rubee, aged
twenty-eight, son of F. M. Rubee, park
commissioner of this city. Young
Rubee lived at Sioux City, where be
was employed as keeper of Graceland
cemetery. He was on his vacation at
the lake and out in a canoe In choppy
water. The vessel overturned' and
Rubee went down before help reached
him. The body was recovered two
Martin Ready to Plead Guilty.
Council Bluffs, la., Aug. 11. United
States Marshal Mackey brought to
Council Bluffs a prisoner named Mar
tin, who is ready to plead guilty to
being one of the Mabray gong of "big
store" workers. He wns recently ar
rested in Kansas, where he Is sup
posed to have gone to get In touch
with the men who are now In the
I.cavenworth prison. The second man,
who was with Martin and being kept
under surveillance, committed sulcldo
before he could be arrested.
Dr. C. P. Shaw Drowns.
Waterloo, In., Aug. 11. Word has
coino of the death by drowning of Dr.
C. P. Shaw of the faculty of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, which oc
curred In the Canadian Rockies, July
30. The doctor was doing research
work and lost his llfo In a lonely lake.
Ills wife, formerly Blanche Jackson of
this city, wns seven miles distant and
hns gone to bring the body home for
Infantile Paralysla at Fort Dodge.
Fort Dodge, la., Aug. 11. The first
ense of Infantile paralysis In Fort
Dodge was discovered when Viola, the
three-year-old daughter of Joe Snourek.
developed the disease. The attending
physlcltins soy her cose is unusual, as
both legs ore paralyzed. The family
wns ramping and Viola waded In the
water and cauglit cold.
Misses Clara Janda. Mary Yelinek,
and Mary Svoboda. of Plattsmouth,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
George Meisinger and wife re
turned Tuesday from Perry. Okla
homa, where they spent several days
with their son and family.
W. F. GlUIsple was a passenger for
Omaha Wednesday morning.
Mrs. D. J. Lair and son Giles and
daughter Fern and Miss Wilma Mc
Coy departed Wednesday for McPaul
and Hamburg, Iowa, where they will
visit relatives and friends for several
Miss Agnes Janda, of Plattsmouth,
Is spending the week vlsltlna: rela
tives In this vinoinity.
Fred Henton, of Missouri Valley.
Iowa, spent Tuesday with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Richardson
returned Monday from Lincoln, Neb.,
where they have been attending the
O. W. Snyder was looking after
business matters In Omaha Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Longsworth.
of Omaha, and Mrs. Charles Parker,
of Plattsmouth, spent Sunday with
W. R. Murray and wife.
Harry Todd In Town.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Harry Todd of near Murray was In
the city today and says the corn
crop will be very light this season.
He and Mr. Brown were through Mr.
Todd's field's yesterday. The corn
looks green and Is In the process of
shooting. They counted the stocks
and out of sixteen BialkB counted,
there were but four which had a
shoot on them. The hay crop In that
locality has been short also, but the
small grain crop was fair.
We want a responsible man In thla
county and vicinity to sell Farns
worth drained and Improved Florida
Everglade farms. 12,000 acres that
Is dyked, ditched, surveyed, staked
and platted. Ready for cropping.
Six miles from railroad, fine coral
roads. One crop pays for land. Low
prices, very easy terms. Sold by a
firm that ia investing large sums of
Its own money in permanent improve
ments and the upbuilding ot Fort
Lauderdale and community. Write
quick for particulars and territory.
Don Farnsworth and Associates,
125 Monroe St.,
' Chicago, III.
Ice Cream Social at Mynard.
The Ladles Aid society of the M.
E. church of Mynard will give an ice
cream social next Saturday evening,
August 13th in Mr. S. O. Cole'a build
ing. President Help Orpnan.
Hundreds of orphans have ,been
helped by the president of the Indus
trial and orphan's home at Macon,
Ga., who writes: "We have used Elec
tric Bitters in this institution for
nine years. It has proved a most ex
cellent medicine for Stomach, Liver
and Kidney troubles. We regard It
as one of the best family medicines
on earth." It Invigorates all vital or
gans, purifies the blood, aids diges
tion, creates appetite. To strengthen
and build up pale, thin, weak chil
dren or rundown people it has no
equal Best for female complains.
Only 50c at Gerlng & Co.
Mrs. Conrad Schlater and grand
daughter, MIhb Marie Fitzgerald, de
parted for Hamilton, Ohio, last even
ing to visit for a month with rela
tives. H. A. Schneider, A. J. BeeBon, C.
H. Taylor and Frank Bestor autoed
to Avoca thla morning where they
will spend the day picnicking with the
members of the I. O. O. F. They
do not expect to mention politics
Do your feet prespire, smart, burn
and blister, these hot days. Per
haps you never heard of A. D. S.
Peroxide Foot Powder or you would
not suffer In this way.
A. D. S. PEROXIDE
promptly affords suffering feet relief.
It Is remarkably cooling and sooth
ing. Reduces lnflamation, keeps the
feet from dialling and overcomes all
disagreeable odor that may result
from excessive prespiratlon. Just a
littlo In your shoes In the morulug
comfort all day.
! TIIK DRUGGIST
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