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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1911)
Sharpen a! Farm Tools
With a Farm Special Gunck!
There is no grinding you cannot do with this
grinder and do it easily and right. There is no
chance of going wrong; no chance of taking tem
per out of tools. Cart oundum is what the grind
ing wheels are made of; and is twenty-five times
faster than a grindstone and six times faster than
emery. This machine can be seen at
Simke w.'iil In Lincoln
RAY WILES HAS AN
Last Friday Hay Wiles hitched
up his big team of horses to the
waon, containing a box with
Sideboards on, and his children
Cot in to accompany biin. As Mr.
Wiles drove along he noticed it
pile of inflammable stuff ulong
the road and concluded to set, lire
to it. He left the team a minute,
touched a match to the iile, and
tno wind started it so quickly the
team became scared and ran
away. Mr. Wiles was very much
alarmed as the horses and wagon
containing the small children
rapidly disappeared. The team
ran two miles and into Charles
Rpanglcr's field, up hill, when
Sterling, the oldest boy, told bis
brother. Hubert, to climb up on
tho back end ami jump out, but
the later bad difficulty in Retting
out, but Sterling kept after the
wagon telling him to jump and he
landed right side up. Mr. Wiles,
in chase, pressed Charles Mur
phy and buggy into service and
they were not far behind when
tho hoys jumped out. It was a
load olT his mind when he found
them safe and everything in good
shape. Weeping Water Republican.
Married In Lincoln.
Mr. J. F. Throne, proprietor of
the Riverside hotel, and Mrs.
Marie Hurst were married in Lin
coln last Wednesday, April 5th.
Mr. Throne went to the capital
city at noon and returned at mid
night accompanied by his bride.
Mr. Throne recently took charge
of tho Riverside hotel here, hav
ing had experience in the work
covering a period or live years.
His lnuiie is Elmwood, where his
parents reside. The bride is from
Craig, Nebraska, a very charming
lady, and the Republican extends
congratulations, with best wishes
for a successful business and
many years of happiness.
Weeping Water Republican.
POSSESSES QUILT WITH
Thrown Out of Buggy.
Mrs. L. I). Critchfleld met with
an accident last Friday. She was
slarling for home after attend
ing to some business in town.
Her horse got scared and ran
down the grade in front of Mrs.
(liberson's resilience, upsetting
the buggy and I browing her out,
striking against a telephone pole.
Mrs. Crilchlleld received a deep
cut over one eye that required six
si itches to close. She was later
taken home in an auto and has
since been getting along fine.
Weeping Water Republican.
Can't look well, eat well or feel well
With impure blood feeding your body.
Keen the blood pure with Burdock
Blood Hitters. Kat simply, take ex
ercise, keep clean and you will have
Rev. W. T. Ratcliir lVis the pos
sessor of a quilt, I be lop of w hich
was pieced by his grandmother,
Mrs. Caroline Itoswell, of Cory-
don, Iowa, sixty-one years ago
The quilt was pieced and present-j
ed to J. R. Davis, now a resident
of Los Angeles, California, who
presenled it to Rev. RalclifT while
he was at the Theological school
a few years ago.
The Ladies' Aid society learn
ed of the quill lop and proposed
to gel the balling and lining for
the quill and finish it for Rev.
RalclifT, ami accordingly they met
at the home of Rev. RatclilT three
evenings last week and quilted
the (luilt. After ttie quilt was
llnished Mrs. RalclifT served re
freshments, consisting of ham
sandwiches, fruit cake and coffee,
which was very much enjoyed by
all. Rev. RatclilT exhibited the
quilt at the Journal office this af
ternoon, and he is to be con
gratulated upon possessing a
relic in the work done sixty years
and more ago. lie appreciated
very much the kindness of tho
ladies of the Aid society in Hit
Harry Smith of Hie firm of
Smith & Trilily was a Olenwond
traveler Ibis uiorninglookingafler
business. Mr. Suiilh was accom
panied byaltohemian gentleman,
who declined lo give his name or
Light Bruhma isggs for sale, 15 for
50c. Mrs. Willium Gilmour, R. F. D.,
Auk your dealer about Wahoo
Flour, and see If he thinks it Is all
right. Try a sack the next time you
Miss Teresa Donnelly visited in
Will ltoy'es came down from
F. S. Ough went up to Lincoln
Will Sutton returned from
Mr. Holderness went to Lin-
t . i i . ...
coin Miiuroay evening.
A. J. Foreman went to lavey
Saturday to visit his son. F.d.
Miss (iracie Wilson visited at
home Saturday and Sunday.
Clifford Aiioleman visited
friends at Greenwood Sunday.
Mrs. Harry Appleman of Lin
coin visited here last week.
Flovd Sbeeselv was visiting in
Lincoln Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. H. Thomas visited last
week at Clalonia with her daugh
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook of
Klmwood visited relatives her
Charles Hobbitt and daughter
came in from Lincoln Sunday to
Roy Hennett. returned from
Kansas Tuesday after a stay of
several months. j
Civile. Newkirk visited at
Waverly and Greenwood Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fai l Cole of Ilave
lock visited Mcs. Cole's parents
Friday and Saturday.
The Misses Minnie and Grace
Newkirk visited the home folks
Saturday and Sunday .
Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker came
in from California last week.
They will make Ibeir home here.
Mr. ami Mrs. Roy Campbell and
little daughter came in Tuesday
from Hillings, Montana, to visit
relatives for a few days.
Grandpa Hird had an accident
last week, falling from the hay
loft, lie was injured quite badly
and was worse Tuesday of this
Fred Leidig went lo Council
TtlufTs Monday to get repairs foi
his corn shelter, it having broken
down at Mrs. Mary Viekers where
he was shelling.
The teachers who have licen
elected to teach Hie Alvo schools
for the next year are Clyde Hutch
inson of Peru and the Misses
Carr of Eagle.
Rumor has it that. Carlton Gul
lion is practicing-wrestling and
soon will he able to challenge
anyone in the slate of his weight
(Ifl I pounds).
Mrs. J. II. Slroemer left Wed
nesday on ao. I.J ior isarnesion,
Nebraska, visiting in Lincoln un
til Thursday. Mrs. Slroemer will
visit relatives for some lime he
fore she starts for a visit to her
mother in Germany.
arc Just as Important as Your Gowns!
We have Gordon Dye Hose that will match your
suit at from 28c to $2.25 per pair.
Kid Gloves all shades, at $1.00 per pair.
The Virginia Kid Gloves all shades, at $1.50,
the kind you pay $2.00 in the city.
Silk Gloves 50c, 75c, 85c and $1.00.
Long Silk Gloves $1.25 and $1.50.
A beautiful line ot Spring Neckwear, in all colors,
shapes and prices, from 25c to $1.50.
MBS. JULIUS PEPPERBERG
The numerous friends of Mrs.
Julius Pepperberg in this city will
regret to learn that she has re
cently undergone an operation at
a Lincoln hospital for cancer.
The operation occurred about ten
days ago, since which time Mrs.
1'epperberg has been doing nice
ly. Her son, Roy, was in the city
a day or two ago and staled that
his mother was doing as well as
could be expected, after going
through the trying ordeal.
We sincerely hope that she will
speedily recover her health and
the family have many friends
here and elsewhere who will be
) pleased when Mrs. Pepperherg
can leave the hospital.
EASTER is a time of
new things everywhere; and the
young men especially like to
have new clothes at such a time. Have
yours for Easier Sunday.
We're having marked success with
two Spring models, the Apollo (three
button coat) and the Master (two but
ton coat.) They're built on the new
close fitting lines lapels and pockets
perfectly plain and less padding at the
shoulders. Very stylish.
Tans and grays are in the lead
for pattern suits. Blue serge still go
ing at a lively pace.
We want to show you any time
you're r.ady to look at tbem.
Suits from $10 to $35
Mlilnltflit la the Ozark
and yet sleepless Illram Sera tit on, of
Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed.
He was In the mountains on the ad
vice of five doctors, who said he had
consumption, but found no help In the
climate, and started home. Hearing
of Dr. King's New Discovery, he be
gan to use It. "I believe it saved my
life," he writes, "for It made a new
man of me, ao that I can now do good
work again." For all lung diseases,
roughs, colds, la grippe, asthma,
croup, whooping cough, hay fever,
hemorrhages, hoarseness or qulncy,
It's the beRt known remedy. Price
r.0c and $1.00. TIral bottlo free.
Guaranteed by Gerlng Co.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of the
office of sheriff, subject to the de
cision of the voters at the coming
primary. I ask them to place me In
nomination on the democratic ticket.
D. C. Rhoden.
n 35 b 5
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Applied Into tha nostrils
Is quickly absorbed.
CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
It clonnses, soothes, heals and protects tip
diseased membrane resulting from CutarrU
and ilrivesawny a Cold iu the Head quickly.
Restores the Senses of Taste and Hmeli.
It is aiisy to uho. Coutains no iitjurio"
drui?. No mercury, no cocaine, no mor
phine. The household remedy. (
Trice, GO eenU at DruiHU or by mail.
ELY BROTHERS, 5G Warren St., Nw Yo
CMS. SMITH HAS FINGERS
BLOWN OFF BY DYNAMITE
Charles Smith, the dynamiter
in the l'latle ('.ravel company's
pit ul C.cilar Creek, had his lingers
blown oil' and the hand ipute bad
ly injured last Sunday. The pit is
located three miles helow Cedar
Creek nml on Sunday afternoon
Mr. Smith visited the pit, and in
handling a slick of dynamite, am
seeing some sand and ilirl on the
same, he nave it a slight stroke
with his gloved hand. The dead
Iv explosive readily ignited, pos
sibly from electricity, and Mew
the thumb and fore linger from
the hand and badly lacerated the
entire member. The injuries were
quite serious, but might have
been worse. Dr. U. 11. ililmoro
was called from Murray and the
injuries dressed, and he is rest
ing quite well.
Mrs. August Steppall went to
Omaha on the morning train to
day, where she looked after busi
ness matters for a few hours this
RUSSIAN LABORER IN-
JUREO AT THE SHOPS
Joe I.ukevor, Russian laborer,
had the misfortune yesterday af
ternoon to have two tons of iron
in the shape of a wheel fall on th
toes of his left foot. The result
was to badly crush the foot so
to render him unable to walk. A
cab was called and tho injurel
man was conveyed to Dr. Living
ston's office, where, the injury ws
dressed. Joe was then taken to
the home of Max Herman, where
he will remain until his injuries
are Healed. He will be oil duty
for several days.
I WAHOO.NCB- I
The Best Flour in the
Market. Sold by all
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The Home of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats
Stallion for Sale.
Shire and Helium grade horse.
(Illack); wclRht l.r.r.0. Ten years
old. Inquire of V. F. Moore. Murray,
uiirtu tBranH (Cluibra
SCiltct Vehicle fl
Hives, rczeniu. itch or salt rheum
sets you cruxy. Can't hear tho touch
of vour clothinir. Doan's Ointment
cures the most obstinate rises. Why
UWafWBl Ul'' ill rymft
The season is near when
you will want a nice Sun
Uonnet. We have some
thing special in this line.
They have a patent process
stiffening which you can
not get in other makes.
You will not be satisfied
with the ordinary make if
you see ours.
Copyright 1911 AtfrtdDn-WrJiCohlV
suffer. All druvrgists sell it.
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