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" Miss liable Cutter otrUtth'any l j urdayiUb.l will close the program,
visiting Avoca friends. Music wlllbe furnished by Bruces'
J. H. F. huhge has sold his livery orchestra of Lincoln,
barn 'to Charles. Hirz. John will August Thlele and Mrs. Schmidt
manage the business for Mr. Hirz
until January 1st.
Ralph Graham left Monday for
Omaha where he has secured a good
Charles Ethridge was here from
Cook the first of the week.
Avoca was well represented at the
picnic at Weeping Water last Thurs
H. G. Wellensiek.was at Cheyenne
this week taking In Frontier day.
William Maseman who Is attending
business Bollege at Omaha is enjoying
a week's vacation.
George Brazeale is entertaining
relatives from Missouri.
Mrs. Charles Steele and daughter
left this week for a visit with North
Mrs. E. F. Ethridge of Cook is vis
iting relatives south of town.
The base ball tournament Is now
on. A good crowd is In attendance.
A grand ball at the town hall on Sat-
who have been spending several
months in Germany have returned
Henry Franzen is working at the
See the new line of jewelry at
Copes' drug store
Mrs. T. W. Malcolm visited Cook
relatives this week.
J. H. F. Ruhge has purchased J.
C. Zimmerer's interest In the store
of ZIramerer & Glllin. The new firm
will take charge soon. Here's wish
ing them success.
The Avoca ball team went to Ne
hawka last Friday and defeated the
team at that place in a fast eleven
Inning game by a score of 5 to 4. The
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Battries: Betts and Betts; Adams
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hitch
man on Monday, August 29, 1910, a
Dietrich Koester left here Sunday
evening for Des Moines, la., on busi
ness and expected to take in the
Last night Elmer, the little son of
Cam Klesper, fell from a shed and
broke the bone in his left elbow and
dislocated It. Dr. Hungate was sum
moned to dress the wound.
Oscar Zlnk and wife are the proud
parents of a baby girl who came to
make her home with them, causing
great Joy in the family.
The ball games for the M. W. A.
picnic will be between Plattsmouth
and Manley In the morning and the
winners play Avoca In the afternoon.
Cal Miller was taken sick at Alvo
last week and on the way here in an
auto he was compelled to stop at the
"home of John Bills where he remain
ed for several days. He is suffering
from kidney trouble.
Misses Rachel Livingston and Esth
er Larson of Plattsmouth visited here
from Tuesday until Saturday of last
week with Misses Rula Canaday and
The high school class of 1910 have
purchased and given to the school a
handsome clock which is installed in
the high school room. We are pleas
ed to note that they made the pur-
I .1 . 1. lnnnl IT-,,1 T" f
G. Cogllzer, thus on this occasion pat
ronizing home trade and securing a
bargain. It was a nice thing to do
anil the class have shown good judg
ment in this selection.
MISS GLADYS SULLIVAN
ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
The pretty home of Mr. and Mrs
A. N. Sullivan was the scene of a
delightful social affair yesterday af
ternoon when their daughter, Miss
Gladys, entertained in a most charm
ing manner a number of her lady
friends at a bridge party. The great
er part of the afternoon was devoted
to this fascinating card game, inter
spersed with music, both instrumen
tal and vocal, and social conversation
At the proper time a dainty two
course luncheon was served which
further augmented the pleasures of
the afternoon. The Invited guests
were: Mesdames J. w. uamnie, ana
her guest, Mrs. Dr. E. S. Dungan of
Grand Island, .Neb.; R. F. Patterson
George. Falter, H. S. Austin, Ralph
Towle of South Omaha; W. B. Elster
of Omaha; Misses Catherine Dovey,
Florence, Helen and lone Dovey, Hen
riett Martens, Gretchen and Marie
Donnelly, Madeline Miner, Margery
Agnew of Long Beach, Cal.; Verna
and Lillian Cole.
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 chaQing and overcomes all
disagreeable odor that may result
from excessive prespiration. Just a
little In your shoes in the morning-
comfort all day.
ORA E. COPES
Cliaiiiics at Storcliou.se.
Mr. A. G. Low who has been em
ployed at the stoi chouse for some
months departed this morning for his
home at Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Ber
tha Todd Is promoted to the position
held by Mr. Low while Mrs. Thomas
will act as stenographer In Mrs.
Todd's position until the return of
Miss Helen Chapman from her vacation.
"JOLLY EIGHT" CARD CLUB
MEET WITH MRS. JOHN LUTZ
The Jolly Eight Card club met with
Mrs. John Lutz at her charming
home in the south part of town yes
terday afternoon. A large number
of the members of the club were In
attendance in spite of the fact that
the weather looked quite threatening
Three card tables were kept busy and
quite a number of Interesting games
were played. At 4:30 rue score cards
were taken up and the prize awarded
to Mrs. John Sattler who played for
Mrs. Lutz. .Mrs. Sattler was made
the proud possessor of a hand paint
ed sugar shaker. Mrs. Val Burkel
captured the booby prize which was
a nilnature whisk broom. At 5 o'clock
a most elegant luncheon was served
and which everyone enjoyed. During
the luncheon Mrs. J. Warga playe
several fine selections on the piano
and Miss Helen Lutz contributed a
few pieces, all of which was very
much enjoyed. At 6 o'clock Mr. A.
Kroehler came out with the wagon
and brought the whole crowd to town
the club members considered them
selves iiulte huky ns it was raining
quite hard. Those in attendance
were: Mesdarr.es Val Burkel, II. Ofe,
A. Kroehler, O. Croskary, R. Burdick,
M. Zeinhcn, A. Kanka, F. Waddick,
J. Warga, W. riinrichsen, W. Mason
John Fattier, J. Lutz, Misses Rose
Mumin and Nellie Jullen.
Justis Lillie and wife returned last
evening from several weeks visit to
Denver, Cheyenne, Pueblo, Colorado
Springs and other points of interest
In the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Lillie
saw Colonel Roosevelt at Cheyenne
and at Denver. The crowds were very
great which came to see the ex-pres-ldcnt.
' W. A. Cline, the genial representa
tive of the Carpenter Paper company
of Omaha was in the city today and.
of course, gave the Journal a very
pleasant call. Brother Cline is a
great favorite with the newspaper
fraternity in the territory over which
he travels, and he is so popular that
it 'is but little use for other paper
representatives to come around. They
all bank on Cline.
Stumping uiul EiiiliroMeiinji.
Miss LeOra Pel'.er of Boone, la.,
Is in the city and will be at home with
er sister, Mrs. C. K. Hartford, first
oor west of the high school bulld-
ns on Main street. She will do stainp-
ng and embroidering of all kinds and
Iso carry a line of linens, threads
nd embroidered pieces which she
will have for sale at reasonable
We can sell you canned vegetables and fruits as
cheap and in some cases much cheaper than you can
put them up. Come and see them and get our
C&KSSSO PER DOZEN Q
Fancv Corn at Si 00 81 25 51 50 and Si 65
Enrly June Peas 1 05 l 25
Wax Deans 1 05 1 35
Siring Beans 1 C5 1 35
Tomatoes l)S 1 05
Baked Beans 1 05 1 60
1 50 and
1 50 and
1 05 and
1 00 and
1 05 and
We can save you from 15 to 50c per dozen on
all your vegetables and fruits by giving your order
now. We look for higher prices.
John Skinner went to Lincoln Tues
Ed. Stone went to Omaha Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Barry were Om
aha visitors Saturday.
Jimiuie Foreman came In Saturday
evening from Omaha.
Miss Ollie Foreman returned home
from Davey Sunday noon.
Ed. Stromere had a horse cut In
the wire early Sunday morning.
T. W. Barry aud son, Euill, return
ed Friday from their trip to Color
Alfred Stroemer and Henry Craig
drove to Greenwood Saturday after
The majority of buildings In Alvo
leaked during the severe down-pour
J. A. Shaffer went to South Bend
Saturday on No. 18 to spend a few
Mrs. Mary Skinner and Mrs. Chas.
Rosenow visited Murdock between
Scott Jordan accidentally chopped
the end of his thumb off with an ax
James Jordan went to Omaha Sun
day on No. 18, returning home Mon
ray morning on No. 17.
Mrs. John Woods Is Improving
quite satisfactorily. Kate Miller is
caring for her at present.
Mr. and -Mrs. Fred Dreamer re
turned last Friday from their trip to
St. Joseph and Kansas City, Mo.
J. R. White of Lincoln was In
town Sunday and Monday looking
after his farm Interests here.
Miss Eula Weaver came up Satur
day on No. 17 to spend a week with
her cousin, Mrs. J. A. Shaffer
School opened In District No. 92
Monday, August 29 with Miss Mar
garet McMahon of South Omaha as
Mrs. William Lewis and Mrs. Perry
Ryan and daughters, took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea
Wednesday of last week
Curtlss Ogle and wife, Miss Leta
Linch and Ernest Wilson, the latter
from Lincoln, were guests at Mr. and
Mrs. George Curyea's last Sunday
Mrs. D. A. Vincent Is entertaining
her neice, Mrs. W. C. Breed of Falr-
view. Okla.. this week. Mrs. Breed
came Tuesday and will remain sev
The Stroemer Lumber and Grain
company shipped a car of hogs to
Smith Omaha Tuesday night. Her
mann Stroemer accompanied them
George Sheekely and Ray Parsell
drove t6 Greenwood Monday morning
to take the hearse over to bo used
at Mr. Armstrong's funeral. The
heavy rain (six inches) Sunday night
necessitated using four horses.
Mrs. John II. Wiles and daughter,
Cornelia, who have been visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. E. Casey for some
time, left Tuesday afternoon on No.
14 for their home in Nashville, Tenn.
Carlton Gullion took his son, Ray
mond to Omaha Sunday where he
was opcra'ed upon for adenoids. They
retrrned home Tuesday evening. The
Hi tie fellow is getting along nicely at
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner depart
ed last Thursday for Denver, Col., to
visit Mr. Cashner's son, Sherman
Cashner and family. George Curyea
PI DAL F03
We have all kinds of school supplies," and want you
to come in and see them. We will sell you your choice
of two big tablets with- a pencil for
Also another money saver for you, a 25c can of Tal
cum Powder for
You can get satisfaction and save money by trading
ita. Byno! fi tapany
Successors to GERING & CO.
is attending the store during Mr.
Mrs. Perry Ryan and daughter,
Blanche, returned to their home in
Denver, Col., Saturday afternoon, af
tet having spent some time visiting
her sister, Mrs. Will Lewis and other
relatives. Miss Mary Ryan will re
main until after the state fair.
Dr. Mulr and family, Mrs. Craig
and son, Henry, and Mrs. Dewey and
sons, returned Thursday from their
outing at Ashland where they caught
lots of fish, and otherwise spent a
very enjoyable week. Mrs. Dewey
returned to her home atLincoln Fri
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rouse returned
Saturday from a week's visit with
Richard Stone at Kansas City. They
found Mr. Stone located on his own
farm, out of debt with all the peach
es, pears, apples, etc, one could wish
to eat and they had a royally good
The IletiMUnt Power.
We all have a certain power which.,
enables us to resist diseases; without
this resistant power we would be
easy prey for Infectious diseases.
Millions of minute germs are con
stantly fighting for supremacy In the
human body. As long as the resistant
power Is normal, the body 1b healthy,
but with the decline of It comes the
victory of the disease forming
germs. The first sign of a decline
of the resistant power is loss of ap
petite, followed by loss of bodily
strength. Take at once Trlner'a
American Elixir of Bitter Wine which.
will quickly restore your appetite,
give you new vigor, remove all waste
matter and help to build new blood.
It should also be used by anemia
ladles and debilitated people. In
diseases of the stomach and the in
testines It has no superior. At drug
stores. Jos. Trlner, 133-1339 So.
Ashland avo., Chicago, 111.
ChuilcH Fivf'tto Write.
A letter was received in the city
from Charles Freeso who Is at the
Burlington Junction, Mo., mineral
springs, stating that he Is in bed
with the rheumatism, but that the
water and baths are doing him con
siderable good and that he thinks
that within a few days he will be able
to be on his feet most of the day.
Charlie's numerous friends in Platts
mouth will be more than pleased to
note that the treatment at the springs
will benefit liini, and hope for his
Have you ever used the celebrated
"ForeEt Rose", flour? Try it when
you buy the next sack. At all lead
B. W. Livingston and his brother,
John, were passengers to South Om
aha on the morning train today
where they were called on business
Bert Pchweniieke was In the city
on business today and has rented
a farm near Plattsmouth. Mr. Sch
wennelte's father purchased the I.
Dunn farm north of the city and the
young man will farm here also.
MWs C.eraldlne Rosa departed for
Emerson, Neb., this morning where
she will be employed in the schools
during tho year. Miss Rosa Is n
graduate of the Peru normal and Is
well qualified for the position to
which she has been elected.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Isn't
a common, every day cough mixture.
It Is a meritorious remedy for all the
troublcsomo and dangerous compli
cations resulting from cold in the
head, throat, chest or lungs. Fold by
HE ELSTER FAMILY TIKE
THEIR FiHAL DEPARTURE
W. B. Elster came down last even-
ng from Omaha where he shipped
his household goods yesterday and
did the clerical stunt at the council
chamber for the lasr. time last even-
ng, his resignation taking effect at
midnight last night.
Mrs. Elster and son, Richard, de
parted this morning and the doctor
followed this afternoon, taking with
thera the old family cat, so that they
will not feel lonesome. If Dr. and
Mrs. Elster Plattsmouth loses one of
its best families, and we regret that
they have gone, but Omaha will gain
by Plattsmouth's loss, and we will
ever wish Doctor Elster and his esti
mable wife the greatest success.
Wahoo Mill Co.
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UR great exhibit of
ihions in men's clothing
and other good things to wear,
is now open for your critical examina
You may consid r this an invitation
to attend our Fall opening and look
over the beautiful things shown here.
This season you'll find many beau
tiful new colorings in grays, browns,
blues, plain colors and rich patterns;
stripes, plaids, checks; man'( distinct
novelties not to be found in other
There are many new ideas also in
models and styles shown. This sea-,
son Hart, SchafTner & Marx have
made an entirely new model, especially
for young men, called the "SHAPE
MAKER;" we can promise you a very
pleasant surprise when you see it, and
more when you wear it. Besides this
we have the new Fall SOCIETY
BRAND models for young men.
Every young man should see these
styles before making a purchase.
We'll be pleased to show . you.
Copytljlil Hirt Schiffne" & Ml.
The Home of Hart, Schafjncr & Marx Clothes
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Gold by nil the Lead
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