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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1911)
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The Farmer Telephones
"Yes, this is Smith talking.
"Three tons of hay sure. I'm getting $12.00
"I'll deliver it today good-bye."
Bell Telephone Service enables the farmer to do business di
rect with the consumer, Eaving the middleman's profits.
The city wholesaler, as well as the country dealer and farmer,
are promptly reached by the Bell Te'.ei hone.
BRANTNER,Pl attsmouth Manager
Louie Dunkak of Avoca has pur
chased the S. S. Johnson farm south
Cyrus Tyson was In the city for
a few days. He left Tuesday for his
janch In the Big Horn Basin of
Louis Lustgarten is carrying a
bandage on his right hand, having
had that member Injured by coming
in contact with a large hay fork
while working In the hay.
Jake Wilier, the horse buyer, pur
chased a carload of horses Tuesday
from the farmers In this locality.
This part of the country Is, therefore,
devoid of a few more of its good
Charles Bogenrlef left Wednesday
r.ftemoon for his home at Planketon
S. D., after a pleasant visit with Elm
wood friends. Charley is living on
the fat of the land up there: he
looks healthy and hearty.
Mrs. W. D. Skeen - injured her
tiand quite badly Tuesday when try
ing to catch a falling crock, that
utensil breaking against an object
somewhere between the starting
point and the place of attempted
rescue. A email piece of crock was
extracted from the fleshy portion of J Wednesday
one of her thumbs.
William Hottle, who had one of his
lower limbs severely mangled a short
time ago while attending to his
ohores among the cattle, Is now able
to be out and can walk around con
siderable. The Injury, we are glad
to note, did not prove as serious as
was Arts anticipated.
Willie and Arthur Lorenz of Coun
cil Bluffs, Iowa, will tend the old Mc
Cartney place this season and keep
bachelors hall. The boys are
nephews of F. W. Lorenz, Arthur be
ing the Bame good-natured chap who
was In the employ of the firm of
5tlrtz & Lorenz a short time ago
If you have trouble in getting rid
of your cold you may know that you
are not treating It properly. There
U no reason why a cold should hang
on for weeks and It will not If you
ake Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
Tor sale by F. G. Frlcke & Co.
Mrs. Andrew Pittman, who has
been sick for the last few weeks, is
gradually growing weaker and her
relatives have given up hope of her
ever being any better.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conrad came in
from Pawnee, Oklahoma, last week
on account of the sickness of Mrs.
Cunningham. Mrs. Conrad Is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Cunningham.
Mrs. Cunningham, who has been
sick for several weeks with diseases
incident to old age, is not Improving
as fast as her many friends wish and
considerable anxiety is felt In regard
to her ultimate recovery.
Charlie Royal, who ran the hotel
here until a short time ago, was over
Wednesday and Thursday from his
home at Palmyra. He says that his
family is well and his wife has re
covered her usual good health.
C. W. Pittman of Venango, Neb.,
who Is here on account of the serious
condition of his mother, made this
office a pleasant call Tuesday. Mr.
Pittman says they are badly in need
of moisture In Perkins county.
J. M. KIrkpatrick of Waterloo, la.,
unexpectedly dropped into Nehawka
for a visit with his
brotheres and sisters. He ha? not
been In this vicinity, where he was
raised, for many years and the peo
ple and surroundings have changed
until he feels like a stranger.
James Hoover, who has tlie day
light run between Lincoln and Union
as engineer, was attacked with heart
trouble In the hotel at Union Sunday
afternoon and for a time It was
thought he was dead. He was stand
ing In the office reading a newspaper
when he suddenly fell over back
wards. MedicaJ aid was hastily sum
moned and he recovered sufficiently
to be taken to his home In Lincoln on
the evening passenger. We under
stand he Is recovered all right, but he
has not yet resumed his run. Mr.
Hoover has been the engineer on this
run for many years; in fact, he has
been in the service on this line since
It was built.
Mrs. Isaac Pollard of NYhawka and
Mrs. Emma Wallace of Lincoln came
Tut'sday night to spend a few days
visiting at the Cheney home west of
James Rainey and Reese Delaney
drove down to Nebraska City Wed
nesday afternoon, where Reese sold
his line team to a party from Shenan
doah, Iowa, receiving the handsome
sum of $500.
Lewis Bird and wife and Misses
Iva and Blanche Mougey departed on
the early train Tuesday morning for
Fort Washakie, Colorado, where they
expect to spend about six months
visiting with realtives and enjoying
life in the mountains.
Reese Dcianey nas already com
menced to feel lazy since he deserted
the dray business, and now he Is
threatening to make a little visit
back to the "Old Virginia home," and
if his plans do not change he will
make the trip about the middle of
Rev. W. 0. II. Perry of Palmyra,
who conducted services In the Pres
byterian church last Sunday morn
ing and evening, returned to his
home Tuesday. Rev. Perry was
pastor of the Presbyterian church at
this place about fifteen years ago
and he was greeted by a large audi
ence at each service.
Ray Frans, who has been suffering
with rheumatism the past two weeks,
departed Monday evening for Bur
lington Junction, Mo., where he will
take treatment at the springs, and
we hope to soon receive word of hia
improvement. He was accompanied
by hi3 mother, Mrs. R. II. Frans, who
will remain with him for several
Simon Gruber, who had his leg and
ankle so badly mangled some time
ago, nas tnrown one cruicn in iue
corner, and Is now able to navigate
with one crutch and a cane; in fact,
he made an effort to do the "double
Bhuffle" on the sidewalk Tuesday and
made a very good showing. His in
jured limb Is mending nicely, and
will eventually be almost as good as
Among the offikal acts of the
county commissioners on Tuesday
was the appointment of Dr. R. L.
Newell as a Justice of the peace to
fill vacancy. At the last election W.
R. Cross was elected, but declined to
accept, thereby making a vacancy to
be filled, and a petition was filed ask
Ing the appointment of Dr. Newell.
Soon as his bond is approved he will
be ready to administer justice and
marriage ceremonies to all comers
young or old.
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with some machines is a hard job, but never quite so hard n
when you use a ball-bearing
All gears enclosed preventing any possible accidents. Fly
wheel is underneath washer and out of the way. Every part
of the machine is positively guaranteed. Ask to have one of these machines
sent out on trial, and then let us know how you like it.
And Cupid Dart Strikes the
Heart or Une or nattsmoutn s
Fair Ladies, Miss Alma
Krom Wednesday Dally.
A very pretty home wedding oc
curred at high noon today at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Seivers
city and attended the public schools
and possesses a large circle of friends
who w ill be pleased to hear the an
nouncement of these nuptials.
The groom Is a prosperous young
farmer of Near Motley, Minnesota,
and met and won his bride during her
two years stay in Montana. He Is
a young man of sterling worth, fine
character and habits and has hoBts
of friends in the vicinity where he Is
The Journal Joins with the many
friends of this happy young couple In
extending congratulations and well
wishes for their future happiness and
Saved a Soldier's Life.
Facing death from shot and shell
In the civil war was more agreeable
to J. A. Stone of Kemp, Tex., than
facing it from what doctors said was
consumption. "I contracted a stub
born cold," he writes, "that develop
ed a cough, that stuck to me in spite
of all remedies for years. My weight
ran down to 130 pounds. Then I
began to use Dr. King New Discovery,
which completely cured me. I now
weight 178 pounds." For Coughs,
Colds, La Grippe, Asthma, Hemor
rhage, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping
Cough and lung trouble, Its supreme.
50c. S1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar-
nteed by F. G. Frlcke & Co.
C. S. Trumble started for Texas
Tuesday on a land prospecting tour
William Oelschlager has moved his
family Into the house recently va
oated by Mrs. Manspeaker.
Clair Dlhel returned from New
Mexico Monday and will remain here
until some time next summer.
Miss Mary West visited her par
wits at Weeping Water Saturday. She
was accompanied by Miss Beula
Mrs. V. Manspeaker visited at Elm
wood the first of the week. She has
stored her household goods and ex
perts to soon depart for New Mexico,
where she will Join her husband.
Mrs. Sack has returned to Eagle
from French, Now Mexico. Her hus
band will follow later with their car
f belongings. They will live on a
frm near Havclock for a time, after
ward settling on the Mrs. Stiles farm
George Trunkenbolz, our wide
awake cement block manufacturer,
received a machine last week that
wakrs It possible to turn out every
oncelvable block used In building
and completing any store or residence
fculldlng. We hope to say more about
machine and its owner later.
John W. Slckelsmlth, Greensboro,
Pa., has three children, and like most
children they frequently take cold.
"We have tried several kinds of
cough medicine," he says, "but have
never found any yet that did them as
much good as Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy." For sale by F. O. Frlcke
Return From Arkansas.
Mrs. William McCauley, who. ac
companled her brother, Mr. Latham,
and Mr. A. M. Searl to Montlcello
Arkansas, on March 7, returned this
morning with Mr. Searl, Mr. Latham
leaving the party for Hot Springs
Mrs. McCauley visited Mr. and Mrs
Ingalls, who removed from this city
to their farm in Arkansas in January
Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls are very much
pleased with their location and have
most of their crop planted and much
of It up and growing nicely.
When you havo rheumatism In
your foot or Instep apply Chamber
Iain's Liniment and you will get
qulek relief. It costs but a quarter
Why suffer? For sale by F. G. Frlcke
A pair of match Shetland ponlc
for sale. William Gllmour, Platts
month. Neb. Route No. 1.
Born March 1. 1911, to Mr
Mrs. James Shadonix, a girl.
We are sorry to report the serious
Illness of Miss Emma Gauer.
Will Ossenkop has moved to town
and occupies the P. A. Jacobson resi
Mrs. John McNurlin of Platts-
mouth visited Cam Seybert and
family over Sunday.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Ossenkop was burled In
Rlvervlew cemetery Thursday
Rev. Wright of Palmyra returned
Friday and will continue the meet
ings at the Baptist church over Sun
Attorney D. K. Barr has rented a
house In the west part of town and
will move his family down from Oma
ha this week.
George McDaniel has purchased a
half Interest In Fred Brand's black
smith shop and will move bis family
here this week.
W. F. Krecklow tells us that he
has been tendered a very remuner
ative position In Montana. He may
decide to accept it.
L. Boedeker sold his meat market
this week to J. L. Lunderbcrg, who
has moved It Into the Cutforth build
ing to be run In connection with his
Sheriff Qulnton was In town Tues
day and sold the property of Richard
Gunscl at sheriff's sale, under an at
tachment of John O. All. Gunscl has
gone to Germany.
Mrs. Kcnnlson received a telegram
last Saturday announcing the death
of her sister, Mrs. Wren, at Oaks,
North Dakota. She left Monday
morning to be proprnt at the funeral.
n tne Second ward, wnen tneir
daughter, Miss Alma, was Joined in
holy wedlock with Mr. William Held-
man of Motley, Minnesota, In the
presence ot a lew menus.
The ceremony took place in the
parlor of Mr. Seivers pleasant home,
which was tastefully decorated In
pink and white colors, and was per
formed by Rev. V. H. Steger, pastor
of St. Paul's church, and consisted of
the solemn ritual of that church. The
wedding march was played by Miss
Kate Heinrlch aud the music was con
tinued Boftly throughout the cere
mony, which required several min
The bride was attired In white and
carried red and white carnations and
was attended by Miss Rosa Engelke
meler, also carrying red and white
carnations. The groom wore a busi
ness suit of customary black and was
accompanied by Otto Lutz as best
man. The bride was given away by
her father, Mr. Hans Seivers.
After the happy couple had re
ceived the congratulations and best
wishes of the Invited guests, they
were ushered Into the dining room,
where Mrs. Felvers had prepared a
feast which it Is the good fortune of
few mortals to partake. The table
simply groaned under the weight of
the wedding dinner with Its numerous
viands and accompanying dishes,
which the good housewife knows so
well how to prepare and arrange to
tempt the appetl'e. There were
meats, and vegetables, and sweets,
and cakes of numerous kinds In
profusion and cooked in the daintiest
Music and games occupied the
guests during the afternoon until the
train on the M. P. arrived to whirl
the happy iouple toward their new
home at Motley, Minnesota, where the
groom owns a fine farm and comfort
The bride Is the charming daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Seivers, who
are well and favorably known In
Flaltsmouth, having resided here
since their marriage over twenty
years ago. Their daughter, Mrs.
Heldman, w as born and reared In this
AN EXTENSIVE TRIP OVER
TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA
Charles Patterson of Arapahoe,
Neb., Interested In the banking busi
ness In that city, arrived In Flatts
mouth yesterday afternoon for a very
brief visit with relatives and friends
his two brothers, Tom and Rae, In the
Bank of Cass County, and will dor-art
today for a six weeks' pleasure
tilp In the south and west. Mr. Pat
terson will go to Omaha today, where
he will meet his friend and com
panion of the trip, Mr. O. G. Horn,
late banker of Syracuse, Neb., who
recently sold out to Mr. Herman Wel-
lcnslek, late of Avoca, in southern
Cass county. The extensive Journey
w ill be Imedlately taken up, making
un air line Into the great state of
Texas, and taking the Santa Fe west
Into California. They will spend a
few days at San Brenardlno, where
Mr. James Patterson, brother of
Charles, is In the banking business
From there they will visit the prln
rlpal cities on the Pacific coast and
return home in about six weeks.
L. E. Calkins has sold his farm of
80 acres to Mrs. Erhart for $150 per
Mrs. A. Houts has been quite 111 the
pnst two weeks, her condition at
present being slightly Improved.
Martin Throne of Elm wood has
purchased of Max Fisher the River
side hotel, fixtures and furniture and
takes possesion March 20.
Born On Tuesday, March 7, 1911,
to Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Card was born
a son. Here's wishing the heir a long
life and may he bring joy and hap
piness to the parents.
L. M. rillsbury, brother of the
harnessmaker, arrived from Benton
vllle, Ark., last Tuesday, with his
family, and has moved cast of the
school house Into one of It. Rector's
MIhs Bertha Jameson returned
home last Friday evening from, a
nine weeks' trip to Fort Smith and
Little Rock, Ark., where she has been
canvassing. She was taken sick
while at Little Rock and w as laid up
for two weeks.
Herman Kllctsch and. daughter.
Alice, expoct to leave this spring for
a few months' visit in Germany. It
is going to be a great treat for oor
"Diamond Patent" flour man and Ms
daughter and they are anxiously
awaiting the departing day.
The school board met Monday
night and re-elected Superintendent
I. N. Clark and the High Bchool In
structors, Miss Mae KIrkpatrick, Miss
Lucy Woods and B. O. Helms. The
board no doubt Is satisfied with thIr
work else they would not have taken
The most common cbuho of in
somnia Is disorders of the stomach.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets correct these disorders and
enable you to sleep. For sale by F.
O. Frlcke & Co.
"Generally debilitated for years.
Had sick headaches, lacked ambition,
was worn out and all run-down. Bur
dock Blood Bitters made me well
woman."-Mrs. Chas. Freltoy, Moo
Car of TotalcM-H Arrive.
The car of potatoes that II. M.
Soennlchsen expected to arrive on
Monday Just came In this morning,
and they aer now ready to mako de
livery of all orders that have been
placed with them and to receive all
new ones. The potatoes are extra
fine and no doubt will meet with
ready sale. He also has a very fine
variety of Beod potatoes.
Mr. A. P. Morner of Chicago called
on John Bauer & Son with his line
of wire fence this week.
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon
(Formerly with U. S. Department "!
LIcenseibyNjbrasVi State ?
Calls Arswered Promptly
relophono 378 White, l'lattsmouth
SiiWrllm for me Pal; Journal.
This promises to be a blue serge season. The in
dications are all that way. A great many of the
best dressers in town have already made selections
of blue serges and had us hang them away for them
until the warmer days. After all, what is more be
coming than a nice blue serge on a well groomed
man. We have over 23 different lines of handsome
all wool blue serges to pick from, ranging in price
from $12 to $27.50. They're the cream of the
best makes in the country and fitted with all the
modern improvements. Our competitive buying
system enables us to furnish these to you fully $3
per suit less than advertised lines, and our guaran
tee of perfect satisfaction is behind them. This
difference will buy you a new spring hat. We
court comparison in this matter and shall be glad
to show you our complete line.
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