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From Monday'o Dally.
I. 0. Dwyer and
J. WEEPING WATER.
Ming Cleo Applcgate motored to
Memphis yesterday and spent the
day wilh Minn Blanch Hell.
Mr. William Spangler and wife
of Weeping Water spent Saturday
with relatives in this city, rH lim
ing via Omaha this morning.
Mrs. Charles Creamer and
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Homer
Shrader, vinited the metropolis
this morning and visited friends
for a time.
Mrs. George Sit .man of Cedar
Creek was a Plat t hiiiomI h visitor
today, having come down on the
morning train to look after some
business matters and vi.sit. rela
tives. Ir. C. A. Marshall went to Oma
ha yesterday morning to spend
the day with Mrs. Marshall at the
hospital, returning home in the
evening. Mrs. Marshall has not
been feeling quite so well for the
past few days, hut the many
friends hope it, may he only temporary.
Crop Conditions Northwest.
South Dakota is having a hard
er time of it with the "drought
than is Nebraska. A live stock
agent of one of the railroads says
that the small grain is about all
dried up. The corn still is in
good condition and will be all
right for a week or ten days. The
hot wind Thursday played havoc
wilh the small grain and the
previous hot days and blasting
winds were exceedingly delrirncn-
I tnl. From Sioux City part way
to llawarden, Iowa, crop condi
tion are fair, but on up to Huron
and Aberdeen they grow worse.
1'usliires are all dried up and
stockmen are turning cattle into
the Minall grain fields. One result
of the drought in South Iiakola
will be the premature rushing to
market of cattle because of the
lack of feed. Conditions in North
liakoia are much belter than in
Soiilh Hakota, according to this
im ir, ii'iil the Minnesota situation,
according to information gleaned
ly Iti'ii. is not serious .is yet.
' illi'olu News.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs.
Youngquist, Friday, June
Harve Manners of Council
nir, lis was a visitor in town a lew
.i last week. He is working
in a garage.
Miss C. M. I'aine arrived home
hist Friday from Gregory, S. D.,
where she has been the past
f-;ring and summer.
Dixie Kirkpatrick and family
of Guernsey, Wyo., arrived last
week. He came lo take care of
his wheat crop.
James Joyce returned home
from the canal zone, Pana
ma, last Monday evening. He is
looking line and had a good trip.
Mrs. David Miller went to
Plattsmouth last Friday, to see
her husband and take him a few
clothes. David was released
from jail that day and he told a
Weeping Wafer man, "You won't
see me over dar eny mo."
Waller Lovell, taken o the St.
Joseph hospital recently for an
operation for appendicitis, re
turned home Tuesday, bringing
back his appendix inside, flood
for Walter and we hope be can
keep it there, and will recover.
On June, 15th Mr. and Mrs.
James Colbert were, married just
411 years. Uncle Jimmy went out
in the garden and dug a hill of
potatoes so as to properly cele
brate the occasion. He found
one potatoe the size of a walnut.
C. S. Newlon left last Thurs
day on a trip west, for Montana,
Wyoming, Washington, Oregon
and California. He expects to
visit a number of old time Weep
ing Water people, and see if the
change will be beneficial to big
W. A. Campbell, advertising
manager for the Omaha Commer
cial club, if. is said has resigned
the position and going to do a
little advertising for the "Hill"
railroad. The salary per year
will sound like ?5,000 or ?0,000.
Now we never supposed that
.when Mr. Campbell was assisting
in the Republican office he would
become quite so famous, but it is
pleasing to note his rapid rise, lo
positions of rseponsibility, and
know that he fills them right.
DAYS l PUnSMOUTH
A Similar Occurrence to That of
Last Saturday Evening
' in 1SS2.
Fiem Tuesday's Daily.
Hit exciting occurrence at the
Burlington bridge last Saturday
eenmg brings to miiid a simihr
occurrence that happened in
i'latl sir.out h in 1882, at the time
thai George Poisall, sr., was chief
of police, only there, were not so
many tramps to handle. Early in
the day the chief had been in
formed by wire from Ashland that
on a certain freight train that had
just left that station would be
found a car in the possesion of
fifty or sixty tramps, all of whom
were armed and well equipped for
a fight. Chief Poisall collected
.together a goodly number of
brave men and proceeded to the
upper railroad yards. All his as
sistants were armed fo the teeth,
at the same lime he cautioned his
men not lo shoot unless it became
I The train arrived on time, and
when it stopped Chief Poisall
procecdeed carefully and cauti
ously to the designated car, fol
lowed by his brave assistants, and
shoved aside the door, fully ex
pecting to do or to die for the
nrotcction of his people. After
sliding aside the door and peering
in he found the car loaded wilh
corn, on top of which sat a crip
oled old man and a young boy. He
soon realized the fact that he had
been badly sold, and how to get
out of it was the next thing. He
pointed out the jail to the old
man and the boy and told them
to go and remain there until he
arrived. Then he scattered his
assistants in every direction and
fold them not to say a word about
the "sell out." They did as re
quested, while George went to the
jaii and placed the old man and
boy on the inside before he pro
ceeded up Main street.
Old man Sherman was running
the Daily . Journal at that lime,
and he did not want him to "catch
on" fo the sell, because he knew,
as he .tas, he never would have
nenru me last or "ine brave ex
Have Your Ticket Read "Burlington"
WHEN YOU GO WEST
IU THROUGH SLEEPERS!
EVERY DAY TO LOS ANGELES.
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personally conducted Tuesdays and Fridays. '
EVERY DAY TO SAN FRANCISCO
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Scenic Colorado and THE WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Dailv through standard sleepers via Denver, Scenic Colorado and THE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Daily tourist sleeper service so San Francisco via Scenic Colorado; and
personally conducted tourist sleeper excursions every Thursday and Sun
day to San Francisco and Los Angeles via the coast line of Southern Pacific.
EVERY DAY TO SEATTLE AND PORTLAND.
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from the coast.
R. W. CLEMENT, Ticket Afent
L. W. WAKELY, General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb
Fmm Tni'Hdny'a Pally.
Mr. II. D. Coleman of Green
wood was a Plaltsmoulh visitor
today, having been called fo the
'City on business.
Mr. Hans Seivers went lo Oma
ha on No. 15 this morning, ex
ited ing to visit his wife at St.
Mrs. Don Rhoden departed this
afternoon for Cole Valley, Illinois,
where she will attend the mar
riage of a niece, which occurs tomorrow.
Peter MeiHtiiKcr and wife, from
liear Cedar Creek, were in I lie city
today, coining in for a visit with
loiiMly seat, friends and to do
Mr. James Slander of Louis
Ville was in the city today, hav
i . . lit
ing come 10 ine county seat on
No, 4 this morning to look a ft
mine urgent business matters.
G. II. Rhoden was an Omaha
passenger this morning, where be
visited his wife al St. Joseph's
hospital. Mrs. Rhoden is recover
ing nicely from the elVect.s of an
Mrs. Henry" Snyder and daugh
ters, Margaret, Nora ami Harriett
who have been visiting Mrs. Dora
Moore, Mr. George Oldham and
other relatives for a few weeks
departed for their home at Fair
field, Iowa," this morning.
Mr. Frank P. Sheldon and
family of Nehawka, accompanied
by Mrs. Irwin Sheldon of Ellen
burg, New York, motored ' to
PlaltMiioutli yesterday afternoon
and were gnosis of Mr. and Mrs.
J. II. llaldeioaii for a short time.
Miss Pearl llenton o( Mynard
was in the city today accompanied
by her guest, Miss F.lsie Stokes,
daughl er of ililam Stokes, of
Alberta, Canada, who is spending
a f w weeks among her former
neighbors and friends. While in
II. e city the young ladies gave the
Journal a pleasant call.
Kansas Quite Dry.
Krom Tut'Hdiiy'a Pnlly.
Mr. D. F. Kiser of Trego couu-
ly, Kansas, arrived in the city last
evening, having worked his way
north in the harvest fields. Mr.
Kiser says the drouth in his coun
try is quite, severe. He sowed 200
acres of wheal last fall and will
not. set his seed back; In fact, it
will not pay to cul. Many wheat
fields were sown last fall in which
fhe seed is not yet sprouted. Mr.
Kiser found conditions belter af
ter reaching Salina. Kas.. and as
10 came north from that point he
could note improvement all the
way, but nowhere did he see bet
ter w lieal, better corn and oats
than be has seen since he arrived
in 1. ass roomy tsituriiav evening.
The Kansas farmers are facing
serious loss. Many of them
placed mortgages on their farms
to purchase automobiles, and with
no crop in prospect the outlook
Returns From Buffalo.
Mr. Henry Ooos returned yes
terday afternoon from Buffalo, N.
Y., where he attended the Clerks'
convention of the M. W. A; The
annual national camp of the, M.
W. A. convened at Buffalo at the
same lime. Mr. Ooos says that it
was a great, convent ion. Last
Thursday he had the pleasure of
seeing 0,000 Forresters in ilne.
There were over 15,000 Woodmen
present at the convention. There
were 00 delegates. Dr. F,. W.
Cook and family left for a visit in
Ihe east, expecting to take in
Washington, D. C, before return
ing to Plaltsmoutli.
No. 1 Kills Fine Animal..
From Tuesday'! Pally.
Henry " Sanders, one or our
prosperous farmers from near
edar Creek, was in the cilv to
ny, coming in for Ihe transac
tion of some business matters,
among which was to file a claim
against the B. & M. Railroad com
pany. The claim is for the kill
ing of one of his fine Aberdeen
Angus cattle, killed by train No.
last night, or rather early this
morning. While the animal was
-ne of Ihe finest Mr. Sanders own-
d, he does not ask a big price for
the loss. He filed a claim for $50.
Water Works In Good Repair.
From TiifMilny'a Dully.
wo are informed mat our
genial shop friends, J. F. Kicheid
Colonel Dave Wallengren ant
Henry Steinbauer, under the
supervision of Mr. Albert, ' Cla
baiigh and assistance of Superin
tendent Baird, have placed the
mains of the Water Works com
pany 111 good condition. The
water company has experience!
no little trouble fhe past few day
and these genial shop men volun
teered their assistance, ami after
several hours of hard work have
Riieeeoueii in placing ine mains
in good condition. The company
has experienced numerous breaks
causing a great deal of trouble
and plenty of muddy water, whir
win now ne oerromo ny ine re
pairing of I he mains.
.infill isaiieii, ine adopted son
of Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Isabell, has
joined Ihe Foiled Stales navy am
is now at .Newport lor a six
months' training before shipping
In County Court.
From Tucxday'a Daily.
Deputy dame Warden Frank
Williams filed complaint against
Childers before Judge Beeson
today, and the defendant pleaded
guilty lo the charge of taking
four catfish from the Platte river
and offering them for sale to
Kunsmann & Ramge. The "court
tMi recommendation or Ihe game
warden, assessed the fine at
and suspended sentence during
A LEADINQ CALIFORNIA
Pasadena, Cal., March 9, 1911
Foley and Co., Gentlemen: Wo
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Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for years. We believe it to be one
of the most efficient expectorants
: . 1 i- - 1 y-t .
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opiates or narcotics it can be
given freely to children. Enough
of the remedy can be taken to re-
ieve a cold, as it has no nauseat
ing results, ami docs not inter
fere with digestion. Yours very
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Parsons, Sec'y. and Treas." Gel
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WEDS IN CLEVELAND. OHIO
Miss Edna Adams, Former Teach
er m Plattsmouth, Wedded to
Mr. Wellington C. Morrow.
The marriage of Miss Edna
Adams to Mr. Wellington C. Mor
row was celebrated Monday aft
ernoon, June 19. The officiating
clergyman was Dr. Ward Deecher
Pickard. The ceremony was per
formed in the living room of the
new home of the couple, which
was decorated with palms and
bride's roses. The bride's gown
was, white corded silk, trimmed
with chiffon and lace.
About thirty friends were in at
tendance. Those from out-of-town
were: Mrs. G. O. Savin, a
sisfer of the bride, from Gardner,
Mass., and Miss Hazel Dovey, a
niece of the bride, from Plalts
moulh, Neb. Mrs. Sawin wore
lavender silk gown and carried
lavender sweet peas. Miss Dovey
wore green silk and carried pink
roses. After a short, trip Mr. and
Mrs. Morrow will reside at, 1865
E. First, street. Cleveland (Ohio)
Miss Adams was a former
teacher in the . Plattsmouth
schools and is a sister of Mrs. O.
C. Dovey and Miss Carrie Adams
of Ibis city.
A Charming Woman
is one who is lovely in face, form,
mind and temper. But it's hard
for a woman to be charming with
out health. A weak, sickly woman
will be nervous and irritable.
Constipation and kidney poisons
show In pimples, blotches, skin
eruptions and a wretched com
plexion. But Electric Bitters al
ways prove a godsend to women
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friends. They regulate Stomach,
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skin, lovely complexion and per
fect health. Try them. 50c, at
F. G. Fricke & Co.
. George Hild of Mt. Pleasant
precinct derive in to the county
seat today anil transacted busi
ness wilh Plattsmouth merchants.
George P. Barton In Town.
From Wednesday's Dally.
George P. Barton of. Union,
democratic candidate for sheriff,
subject to the will of the voters
at the primary August 15, came
up on the morning train today
end spent a few hours interview
ing the voters. Mr. Barton, if
nominated and elected, will make
an excellent official and ho has
many friends who think he has an
excellent chance for success. II
elands very high where he is best
known, and makes friends as
rapidly as he becomes acquaint
ed with fhe people.
Whooping cough is no! danger
ous when the cough is kept loose
and expectoration easy by giving
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
has been used in many epidemics
of this disease, with perfect suc
cess. For salo by F. G. Frick
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Over From Weeping Water.
From Tuexday'c Pally.
C. E. TetTt, G. II. Olive, George
II. Dennis ami W. It. Sperry of
Weeping Water motored to
I'lattsmoiilh in Mr. Tefffa car
this morning and attended a
judicial sale of real estate, on
'liich Mr. Dennis had filed ami
foreclosed a mechanics' lien. Mr.
Dennis becomes the purchaser of
lh property to protect his in-
Junior Normals Fake.
Colonel C. J. Bowlby of the
Crete Democrat is an editor after
our own heart, and when he sees
things out of place he is one of
those fellows who speaks right
out in meeting. Here is what he
has lo say in reference to a
punishment inflicted upon the
rural school inarms during their
three months' vacation: "Think
of the poor girls who hae just
finished a nine or ten ntmins
school year, being held prisoners
for eight weeks of this tori id
weather in the fool Junior Nor
mals in this state, w here I hey w ifl
spend much of their year's sav
ings listening to the drivel of
some smart guys who want to tell
what they know about teaching
and at Ihe same time draw a
salary which adds a neat little
sum to th.eir year's salary of
twice what Iheso poor suffering
girls get. It's a shame. Why
don't Edgar Howard hurl an ad
jective at them? Of course we
don't expect editors living in
towns where a state instaitution
is located lo say a word on behalf
of this cruelty to tired and worn
out females, for if they did the
normals would cut down Ihe next
stale appropriation for such
towns by their log-rolling meth
ods. And not a paper in Ihe stale
has a word lo say against Ihese
Set Least Cost
QLiid Last Longest
Philip Thierolf was an Omaha
passenger on the afternoon train
today, where he was called on
I hereby announce by self as
candidate for the nomination for the
office of sheriff of Cass county, Ne
braska, subject to the decision of the
voter? nt the coming primary elec
lion. 1 bsk tne voters to piace mc
in nomination on the democratic
ticket. G. P. Barton, Union, Neb.
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