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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1911)
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THC CCNTtUR COMPANY, T MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
frfum Turlty'i) Pally ..
Dr. B. F. Brendci of Murray wan
in the city lust evening for a Bhort
time, en route from Omaha to his
Attorney C. E. TefU of Weeping
Water arrived in the city hint evening
from Omaha, having business in the
county seat which demanded his at-
will be on the
lie is a very
Miss Elizabeth Spangler and Mm. J Violet Dodge were Omuha passengers
dress in the evening
uble speaker and none tan afford to
miss this lecture.
Misses Anna and Francis Weidman
were Omaha passengers on the morn
ing tarin today, where they Hpent the
day with friends.
Mr. Theodore Stark john departed
for Omiiha on the early train this
morning, where he looked after busi
ness mutters for a few hours.
Miss Gretchen Donnelly and Miss
A. S. Wiles returned from York last
evening, where they went lust week to
attend a missionary meeting of the
V. B. church.
Dr. R. L. Newell of Union was in
the city for a few hours this morning
and paid the Journul oflice a visit. We
lire always glud to see the doctor.
This is the doctor's duy at Murray,
on the morning train today, where
they visited friends for the day.
Attorney William DellesDernier of
Etmwood was in the city today at
tending to business in the probate
Anton Rys was a passenger to the
metropolis this afternoon, where he
visited his mother ut St. Joseph's hos-
and he thought it a little bit early toj pjtaj for a few ,oun)
4rop off there for business, so he
Came on up here, returning on the
10 o'clock train.
In the county court today Judge
Beeson heard the final settlement in
Hie estate of William Ketch, the
property being assigned to the widow
during her natural life and the heirs
to take the residue. Mrs. I-ouclla V.
Kttch, the widow, was present at the
Mr. C. L. Creamer returned from
Omaha today with his son, Joseph,
who was operated on for appendicitis
a vhort time ago. Joseph is looking
floe and feeling first-rate after the
ordeal he underwent on the operating
table. Mr. Creamer and son left for
their home, near Muray, this afternoon.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Miss Grace Fight wus an Omaha
Visitor today, going on the early
Mrs. George Everett of South Bend
was in the city today looking after
business at thu court house.
Mr. Ferdinand Hennings of near
Louisville transacted business in
PlatUmouth today, having come in on
Mrs. A. F. Seybert of Cullom came
down on No. 4 this morning to visit
Plattsmouth relatives for a short
Mr. J. U. Anthony came down from
South Bend this morning and trans
acted business with Uie court house
Cam Seybert, chief of police of
IOuisville, was a Plattsmouth visitor
this morning, having come to the
county seat to look after business
matters demanding his attention.
Mr. N. K. Peoples returned from
St. Joseph, Missouri, this morning,
where he had been on company busi
ness Mrs. Peoples, who accompanied
her hu.tbund to St. Joseph, remained
for a few days longer.
Mrs. J. A. Waugh, who has been
visiting relatives at Galesburg nnd
Chicago for several days, arrived this
morning, accompanied by her father,
Mr. J. R. Conklin, of Galesburg, who
will visit his daughter nnd family for
Rev. RatclilT has made arrange
ments with Chancellor Oesehler of
Cotner university to occupy the pulpit
nt the Christ in church in this city
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Judge Beeson issued u marriage
license yesterday to Edward E. Hart
sook and Miss Bell Dye, both of
Greenwood, and sent the license to
Justice of the Peace W. E. Hand.
Mrs. A. L. Baker and Mrs. M. G.
Churchill were up from Murray be
tween trains last night, and while
here visited M. Fanger's millinery
display and also done some shopping.
Mr. G. A. Gregory, normal training
school inspector of Lincoln, was in
the city today and looked over the
Plattsmouth High school normal
training class and commended the
class and the work done very highly.
Monte Streight left this afternoon
for Chicago, where he will be joined
by his father, 0. M. Streight, in a
dny or two. 0. M. goes to Chicago
with two carloads of horses tomorrow.
While in the Windy City they expect
to interview the street car company,
which was at fault at the time the
accident occurred resulting so in
juriously to Monte.
Mr. J. Woodurd and Mr. Will
Fight, both of Mynard and vicinity,
went to South Omaha this morning
to investigate the horse market and
attend the sale of draught horses
Mr. and Mrs. Louii Puis, Mr. and
Mrs. Louie Friedrich and Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Hild, all from near Mur
ray, were Plattsmouth visitors Sun
day, spending the day at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hild. Mr. and Mrs.
Puis und Mr. and Mrs. Hild came in
the auto of the former, and Mr.
Friedrich drove in.
"lil'ul.Vl'l. Tl'dt tli ltoaiil of ll-
IfllDIK Ot AClilHMll iM-UlllHKH I'lxtrkt,
having lnTilof iif, with tl.o al.l (if tin'
cuuiiifiT cliOHcn hv tliwn, mane iieianru
plans uT tin- .iihlic vurk to he done hv
find ilistrlrt imili'i- the terms of the law
iiinler wliiih It I" or-anizitl, ami hav
ing traversed nald ilistrlrt and rulvfully
Insjierteil u 1 1 the various tracts of land
theiein with the lew to making a fair
nnd Just apportionment of the units of
henetit and assessment t'l said re
spective tiHets nccorililiK to tienelits re
celxed from said improvement, nnd Imv
inK uppoi tinned one unit of assessment
to chi h of the tracts least henelltt ed,
and to cai h tract receiving a greater
henetit a greater tnimher of units or
fraction thereof, nceoriling to the hene
llts received; and having met Bt
Knights of I'yHilas Hull In the City of
Ashland. Saunders County, Nehraska,
on the fourth day of March, 1911, at
the hour of ten A M., pursuant to
notice puhlished for more than one
week Immediately pieceilln said meet
ing In each of the following named
newspapei s, to-wlt: Wahoo lieumcrat,
phhlislud t Wahoo, the county seat of
Saunders County, N( hraska; l'latts
tnouth Journal, puhlished at I'latts-
mnuth, the county sent ot ( ass in.ntv,
Nehraska, and the Ashland (iazelte,
iiiiIiIImIii.i1 at Aslland. Saunders County,
Nehraska, for the purpose of hearing
all parties Interested In the apportion
ment of henellts hy reason of snhl draiji
iige Improvement, nnd having heard all
parties Interested In said apportion
ment of henellts hy reason of snld
drainage. Improvement who appeared
hefore said hoard at said meeting, and
at the adjourned meeting of this honrd
on the fourteenth dny of March, lull,
In person, or hy counsel, or otherwise,
anil having heard nnd considered all
suggestions, arguments and direc
tions Hnd evld.-nce adduced hy any and
nil rut'tles Interested, and helng fully
advised In the premises, mid having
tnnde said apportionment fair und just
nccordlni? to heneflls received from said
Improvement, nnd hnvln'f completed the
apportionment nf benefits In said dis
trict, said Hoard of Drectors, on this
ISth day of March, 11)11, does hereby
make detailed report of snlil apportion
ment or heneflls. nnd the total number
of units of benefit In snld district, and
direct that said report be tiled with the
County Clerk of SaunderH County, Ne
braska, ns follows, to-wlt:
HKTAII.K!) KKI'OllT OK APl'OrtTTON
MKST OK CNITS OK UKNKFIT
Description. Cnlts or Henent
All real estatfl Is In Township 12,
Not th, ttnngB 9, Kust of the 6th Prin
cipal Merldan, and Is all located In
Saundet-R County, Nebraska, except
where otherwise stated.
( K.xplanntlon: All lands and lots
located In Saunders Countv, Nebraska.
nnd set out n detail In the notation
lieiioit of Annortlonment of Units of
Honeflt and Assessment In said district,
on flip In the office of the County Clerk
of Hnundcr Countv. Nebraska, together
with the apportionment of units of
benefit nnd assessment apportioned to
ench said tract set opposite the lame,
urn omitted from this published notice,
which Is a copy of said apportionment
so far an the lands nnil lots located in
Cuss Countv. Nebraska, are ooncernen
together with a statement of the totnl
number of units or benent in said
Srrtlnn 17 In 'n County, hriiRka.
Northeast quarter of northeast
quarter ' '
Southeast quarter of northeast
Her t Ion IS In C'rsr County, XrhriiRkn.
Irregular tracts 1, 2 nnd 3, In north
west quarter of northwest
quarter (9 acres! S
Northwest quarter of northwest
Minuter iencent Irregular tracts
1. 2 and 3) 7
Northeast quarter of northwest
Southwest quarter of northwest
Southeast quarter of northwest
nunrter (except T. Payne acres 5
Northwest quarter of northeast
Southwest quarter of northeast
Cn County, Krhraskn.
Countv Public Itoads nnd ln-ldges
within said Drainage District.... 10
Total number nf units of
benent In said District 894X
And be It further resolved that said
rtonrd of Directors does hereby find and
declare that none of the tracti of land
In snld District, other than tlios here
Inhefore enumerated and to which units
of benefit and assessment are herein
before apportioned, will be benefitted
hv snld drainage Improvement, and
therefore no units of benefit and as
sessment are apportioned to and
against any of said non-benefltted
That a copy nf said apportionment
and statement of the total number of
units of benefit In said District he pub
llsbed one each week for three weeks
In the Wahoo Democrat, a newspaper
published at Wahoo, the rounty seat of
Saunders County, Nebraska, and that a
copy of said apportionment, so far as
the' lands and lota located In Cass
Countv, Nebraska, are concerned, to
gether with a statement of the total
number of units of benefit In said Dis
trict, be published once each week for
three weeks In the Plattsmouth
Journal; a newspaper published at
Plattsmouth, the county seat of Cass
Said Detailed Itennrt of Apportion
ment of Units nnd tleneflt and Assess
ment and statement of the total num
ber ot Units of Henetit In said District
was filed In the office, of tne County
Clerk of Snunders Countv, Nebraska,
March 20. 1911. and Is published here
with hv direction of the Hoard of
Directors of said District.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
subscribed our names as President and
Secretary of said District, and ainxed
the corporate seal thereof this 20tb day
of March, 1911.
N HI. SON SIIKFFKR. President.
A. H. KUI.I.Klt, Secretary.
Ashland Urnlnnge District.
NVhawka shipped over lo cars f!
niiiUn.il front here last week.
Dave West, A. F. Sturm, J. M.
Palmer and Has ut d Frank Sheldon,
were at Lincoln Monday night in-1
vestigating business that had com
Word has been received that Miss
Hattie Pittman of Avoca, well known
here, was married the first of this
week to a Mr. Robert Chapman of
Omaha ard will make her home there.
A. B. Carper, formerly of Eagle,
Nebraska, wus here over Sunday
visiting his cousin, A. L. Carper. He
had been down to Nebraska City on
business and was on his way to his
home at Lincoln, where he now re
sides. There was a misisonary in town
the first of the week taking subscrip
tions for a paper published some
where in Wisconsin. He was quite
successful, because he was insistent
enough to hang on until his pros
pective customers threw up their
hands and gave in to get rid of him.
Great graft that.
Mrs. E. Boedeler of Murray was
here a few days the first of the week
visitirg her sister, Mrs. F. A.
Boedeker. She was accompanied by
what she may be excused in thinking
is the most wonderful baby in the
world. There is probably no truth in
the rumor that Frank and wife were
trying to trade their automobile
j The quarry on the hill just east of
town will open up shortly for the
summer's run. This quarry has been
worked for about twenty years and in
that time immense quantities of
crushed stone and building rock have
been shipped from it. There is quite
a layer of dirt on top of the ledge
of rock, and this requires much strip
ping, but the ledge is thick and the
quality of rock is among the best in
the state. C. D. Keltrwr and Mr.
Snyder are cleaning the crusher this
week and getting everything in shape
to commence work at the word from
vf; & Ml
u u d K U y a
You will find an elegant
v line of medium priced hat?.
Please call and see this line.
in the up-town oflice. While the job
is temporary, it is quite likely he
will be permanently appointed later.
Fred Young departed Wednesday
evening for Lincoln, where he will
take treatment for rheumatism at a
by her son, Floyd, is enjoying a
month's visit with her mother, Mrs.
Bryan, at Ashland.
Ed Wright was taken to the Omaha
hospital Friday morning. We sin
I cerely hope that he will regain his
health and be restored to his family
Mrs.'W. J. Ranard of Randolph,
Nebraska, returned Tuesday even
ing to her home after a visit of
Henry Eichel and familv. who have
made their home west of this village several days with her parents, Mr
for the past two years, departed
Saturday for Colorado.
Mrs. Ida Applegate and children
arrived last Sunday night from Port
land, Oregon, where they have been
making their home for the past few
Born To Mr. and Mrs,
Urwin April 3, a boy.
If you don't like Louisville get out.
Houses are scarce anyway.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Ahl Wednesday, April 5, 1911.
Dr. E. G. Lewis has been appoint
ed justice of the peace for Louisville
precinct. Now if you don't like our
brand of justic try Dock.
The executive committee of the
Cass County Farmers' Mutual Tele
phone company held a business ses
sion in the council cliamber Thursday
Art Pribble ran for city clerk down
I ut Plnttsmonth on the renulilicnn
ticket. Art said he did not expect to
be elected, so was not disappointed
when the votes were counted and
showed his opponent elected by 285
Edwin Bums, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Burns of this city, and Miss
Fannie Jacobs of Omaha were mar
ried in that city Tuesday. The bride
is a member of the famous Jacobs'
orchestra and is quit well known
here. The Courier extends best
wishes to the happy pair.
Mrs. Vansoyoc suffered a stroke of
paralysis Sunday and for several days
her condition was pronounced most
serious; members of the family living
at a distance were sent for and have
been constantly at her bedside. As
the Courier goes to press we are glad
to be able to state that the aged lady
is resting somewhat easier.
The little 3-year-old son of Rev. and
Mrs. Fred Urwin met with the mis.
fortune Monday of fracturing his
right leg at the ankle. The little fel
low was at play and fell from a table
fwith his leg under him in such a
manner as to break the frail limb.
The local physician placed it in a
plaster of Paris cast and the little
sufferer is getting along as well as
could be expetced.
ACCIDENT AT ELM WOOD.
i special irom lumwonu, under
date of April 10, says: "Today Miss
Sophia Wysite, whose mother was
buried yesterday, was badly hurt in a
runaway. She, with her sister, were
leaving town when their team became
frightened and unmanageable. Miss
Wysite wus thrown out and is un
conscious tonight. The extent of her
injuries is not fully known."
I hereby announce by self as
candidate for the nomination for the
office of sherilT of Cass county, No-
Dent Hites and wife of Hastings,
Iowa, visited on Monday with their
many Union friends. They were wel
come callers at this office during
Fred Montgomery ana wife return
ed to their home near Lorton, after
having spent several days visiting
with the latter's parents, M. H. Shoe
maker and wife.
W. II. Mark is the owner of a fine
new Brush automobile of the latest
model, which arrived Wednesday af
ternoon. W. H. is now putting in his
spare time coaxing the machine out
of the notion of climbing telephone
Roy Austin, Frank Bauer, Elmer
Chapman, Joe Banning, W. A. Taylor
and A. L. Becker drove to Platts
mouth Wednesday to attend the M.
W. A. county convention. Joe Ban
ning was elected as a delegate to the
state convention at Fremont, and an ,
effort will be made to land him in the '
national convention at Buffalo, New
Harry Smith of Dunbar, an ex-
Union boy, is now pitching ball for
the Lincoln Western league team, and
the dope is that Harry is sure to
stick, for last Sunday he defeated the
fast Detroit team 8 to 1. Harry was
raised in Union and he and the
Iedger editor were ''kids" together,
and we, as well as his many other
Union friends, wish him an unlimited
amount of success in the baseball
and Mrs. E. Hendricks, and other
relatives in this vicinity.
Rev. Goetz will soon- leave Elmwood
for his new appointment at Harvard,
Neb., having been given that place by
the recent conference at Grand
Island. C Jannen will be our new
German minister. John Oehlerking
has returned to his charge at Atchi
Edgar Perry and Will Osborn left
for Montana Monday, where they
will look Into the sheep proposition.
Melvina Waters taught school a few
days this week for Nellie Willcockson,
who has been a little under the
A bouncing baby boy put In its ap
pearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ollie Spratt on Monday of last week.
Mrs. F. L. Woolcott, accompanied
Miss Edith Peterson has been on
the sick list, several days this week,
suffering from an attack of tonsilitis.
Miss Vera Gishwiller left for Mis
soula, Montana, Wednesday, after a
couple of months' visit here with her
Mrs. T. E. K. Dihel departed Mon
day for New Mexico, where she will
join her husband, and make her
A. L. McDonald, Eagle's hustling:
and joval real estate agent, is In
Colorado this week with some pros
pective land buyers.
A woman in the vicinity of Eagle
was kicked on the chin by a mule,
causing her to bite off her tongue.
Her husband was refused $1,00 for
Miss Ella Peterson has returned
home from Lincoln and is now assist
ing her father in the postoflice and
grocery store. It certainly seems
good to see her smiling countenance
again with us.
C. S. Trumble bought the AIvo meat
market last Tuesday, and will put his
son, Valentine, over there to manage
the business. We wish the new firm
an abundance of success.
This week's accidents: Art Dod
rill was crowded against the barn by
a horse and suffered a broken finger;
Lewis Sack was exhibiting some
sicentific boxing and broke a thumb;
Frank Olson was kicked by a horse
and now has a broken finger; the
editor tried to pull off a "grand
stand," and received as an applause a
broken finger. Dr. Longacre wan a
very lucky man.
Miss Murel Barthold, who has been
visiting friends at Denver for a time,
returned to her home last evening.
GEORGE POISALL, JR. IN
JURED WHILE AT WORK
From Wednesday'! Dally.
George Poisall, jr., received an in
jury yesterday afternoon while work
ing on the road grader near Union
which put him out of business for a
time and caused him to hasten to
Plattsmouth to have his wounds
stitched up. George was on the
grader, which was in action at the
time,, and while manipulating the
leavers the Johnson bar flew back,
striking him about the center of the
forehead, knocking him unconscious
and cutting a gash two or more
inches in length, which required
several stitches to close.
The accident occurred about 2
o'clock in the afternoon, and George
braska, subject to the decision of the . boarded the afternoon freight train
voters at the coming primary elec- for this city, where Dr. Cook dressed
tion. I ask the voters to place me his injuries and he returned, to the
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tid e.- G. P. I
on the democratic rump on the midnight train to begin
ulon, Union, Ndi. I .ip: jncs early this morning.
J. W. Rugha escorted a carload of
cattle to South Omaha Monday.
J. F. Stastkn, operator, has taken
Mr. Forcade's place at the depot.
Mrs. Ella Foglesong of Plattsmouth
visited several days last week with
her brother, Herman Mitchell.
The 2-year-old daughter of Charles
Meyers, while playing Sunday, dis
located one shoulder, and Dr. Welch
was called out to apply the remedy.
E. K. Norton has sold his residence
property on the South side to E. B.
Taylor. Justice Taylor has secured
a good locution, nnd we learn will
repair the property and make a nice
looking home of it.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gollnhcr de
parted for their home in University
Place Monday. They will both teach
in Merna, Nebraska, the coming
school year. Mr. Gollaher will be
principal nnd his wife assistant.
Clark Foreade, who has been day
operator hero the past few months,
went to Omaha Mondav, to take tho
position of assistant city ticket agent'
Spring i Summer EMgs!
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES TO C AL1FORN1 .--General basis SM.OO
on certain dates in April and May and daily from June'to December; still lower
general basis of $50.00 on certain dates in June and July. General excursion
basis to Tortland, Seattle, $60.00 cn certain dates in May and daily from June
to September; still lower general basis of $50.00 on certain dates in June and
July; $15.00 higher to include Shasta Route. Usual diverse routes and stopover
privileges. The tour of the Coast is the world's greatest railroad journey.
YELLOWSTONE PARK:-Tan now a summer tour of this wonderland. AH
kinds of excursion rates through Gardiner and Yellowstone gateways; also per
sonally conducted camping tours through Cody.
BIG HORN MOUNTAINS: The resorts of this delightful region near SI er
idsn snd Thermopolis are attracting a large volume of teuiist patronage. Send
for special publication.
CNLORADO AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS -isi popular summer rates to
Colorado and Utah cities and resorts. Stnd tor Etit$ Park booklet.
i tucl with me, and lefme send you any of our publications, "Colo-
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R. W. CLEMENT. Ticket Agent.
L. W. WAKELY. General Passenner Agent, Omaha. Nob.
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