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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1911)
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Miss Grayce Bailey spent the
fourth in Omaha.
Miss Stella Sheesely spent the
.Fourth in Elmwood.
P. J. Linch went to Lincoln
Monday on business.
Max Jamison of Western was
calling on Alvo friends Tuesday.
J. H. Stroemer went to Omaha
Sunday morning, returning home
Harry Parsell went to Lincoln
Tuesday to get repairs for his
C. R. Jordan went to Omaha
Sunday evening, returning Mon
Miss Ethel Stewart returned
from Omaha to spend the Fourth
with home folks.
Julius Krccklow celebrated the
Fourth in Lincoln, returning on
Honest Medicines Versus Fakes.
President Taft's message sug
gesting an amendment to the Pure
Food and Drugs law in its rela
tion to Prepared Medicines, does
not refer to such standard medi
cines as Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound and Foley Kidney Pills,
both of which are true medicines
carefully compounded of ingredi
ents whose medicinal qualities are
recognized by the medical profes
sion itself as the best known
remedial agents for the diseases
they are intended to counteract.
For over three decades Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has
been a standard remedy for
coughs, colds and affections of
the throat, chest and lungs for
children and for grown persons,
and it retains today its pre-eminence
above all other preparations
of its kind. Foley Kidney Pills
are equally effective and meritori
ous. For sale by F. G. Fricke
MID SUMMER SACRIFICE fep
I n pr,ce cutting i
I ilr PIP M OXFORD SEE! V
I (l SW w 450 pairs of Ladies' an(I Cllil" i
I Vf Pv dren's Summer Low Cuts at less L.
ity" Footwear, and are not "Fake Sale" or misleading representations, and
very pair sold with the same recommendation and reliability as in the past.
Keep Kool and attend our "More Than Your Monies Worth
20 pairs Ladies' Red Cross
" Patent Pumps,
" Patent Pumps,
" Tan Oxfords,
" Patent Oxfords,
" Chocolate Oxfords,
" Tan Button Oxford,
Men's Patent Oxfords,
Boy's Calf Shoes,
Misses' and Children's Slippers and Oxfords special reduction,
of "Pick up Items" to lengthy to classify.
JVERY DAY WILL BE BARGAIN DAY, ON SALE GOODS!
1,000 SHOE BRUSHES GOING AT 10c :
Repairing Done Right.
Will Be Received t the Drug Store
No. 14 Tuesday.
Alfred Stroemer and Earl Ben
nett spent the Fourth in Lincoln,
going via Elmwood.
Fay Parsell and Guy Parsell of
Lincoln were visitors here Tues
day and Wednesday.
Harry Yickers came in from
Omaha Wednesday morning to
spend the Fourth at Elmwood.
Joe Foreman and sister, Miss
Grayce, took in the evening
entertainment at Capital Beach
on the Fourth. .
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole and
Steve Foreman and Perry Fore
man of Havelock spent the Fourth
with home folks.
Paul Frohlich and son, George,
of Lincoln, came down Mondav
and enjoyed the, Fourth at the
home of C. C. BucknelL
Mr. Trout of Omaha came in
Tuesday morning to spend the
Fourth with Harry Vickers and
Sam Jordan. He returned home
Wednesday on No. 18.
John Tucker of Lexington, Neb.,
spent several days with his sister,
Miss Harry Parsell and family,
last, week. From here he went to
visit his sister, Mrs. McFarland,
Among those who went to Lin
coln Tuesday evening to see the
fireworks at Capital Beach were
Ed Stromer, Charles Strong, Lloyd
Chesely, Charles- Fuller and Al
Funeral of James Riley.
The funeral of James Riley oc
curred this morning at 10 o'clock
from St. John's Catholic church,
Rev. Father Devlin of Omaha con
ducting the services, in the
absence of Father Shine. Inter
ment was made in the Catholic
cemetery. The pall-bearers were:
Ed Egenberger, Antone Kaubeck,
Francis Whalen, Joo Wales,
Thomas Mack and F. Shields of
Brood sows and male hogs for
sale or will trade for fresh cows.
Fred Patterson. 7-6-3tw.
"Generally debilialed for years.
Had sick headaches, lacked ambi
tion, was worn-out and all run
down. Burdock Blood Bitters
made me a well woman." Mrs.
IChas. Freiloy, Moosup, Conn.
450 pairs of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Summer Low Cuts at less
than reliable manufacturer's prices.
A large part of these goods are
'Factory Samples" and our
bought. "Keen Ud the Qual
Pumps, was $4.00, sale price
" Uxiords, " 4.00, " "
Julia Marlow Cameo Ties, was $3.50, sale
HON. R. B. WINDHAM CELE
BRUTES K1S BIRTHDAY
The Bar Association Entertained
by His Daughters In Honor
of the Event
Misses Ilermia, Ellen and
Kathryn Windham, the charming
daughters of Hon. R. B. Windham,
entertained the members of the
Cass County Bar association at a
five-course dinner at 7 o'clock
last evening, the occasion being
the anniversary of the birth of
their distinguished father. Every
.member of the Plattsniouth con
tingent of the Cass county bar
,was present excepting J. H. Halde-
man, esq.: ex-Judge of the Dis
trict Court B. S. Ramsey and
Byron Clark, esq. Letters of re
gret from Byron Clark and J. H.
Haldeinan were read
Mr. Windham is the oldest
member of the Cass county bar
and has been president of the bar
association of the county for a
long time. As a token of esteem
and good will the bar last evening
presented him with a fine rocker
in honor of his birthday, Judge of
the Supreme Court Honorable
Jesse L. Root, making the pre
sentation speech, which was
gratefully responded to by Mr.
Mr. Root snoke of the usual
kindly feeling existing among
members of the profession, and
partciularly of the high regard
the members of the Cass county
bar had always entertained for
the host, and in a feeling speech
expressed the friendship of the
bar for its president. Mr. Wind
ham responded in a brief speech,
expressing his appreciation of the
gift, and reviewed the bar from
the time he was its youngest
member to the present. When
Mr. Windham came into the arena
the bar constituted such ablo men
as T. M. Marquette, Samuel Max
well, Samuel Chapman, Jesse B.
Strode and others, and for many
years Mr. Windham was one ni
the participants in most of the
.litigation arising in this county,
and until within the past eight or
ten years had been in the active
practice of law in this city. Mr.
Windham expressed pleasure at
having the members of the bar
at his home, and stated that he
should prize the present made
him by the bar for the sentiment
it expressed and that he should
ever recall this evening with
Members of the bar nresent
were: Supreme Court Just ico .1
L. Root, Judge of the District
Court H. D. Travis, County Judge
A. J. Beeson, County Attorney H.
C. Taylor, ex-County Attorney C.
A. Rawls, ex-County Attorney M.
Goring, ex-County Judge J. ft.
Douglass, Clerk of the District
Court J. M. Robertson, A. L. Tidd,
Prof. N. C. Abbott, John M. Leyda,
W. A. Robertson, D. O. Dwyer and
the guest of honor, ex-Representative
Hon. R. B. Windham.
If you have not worn a "Spirel
la" corset you have never known
real corset satisfaction. It's pat
ented boning makes it the most
flexible, durable, comfortable,
lightest, coolest.Miiost sanitary
corset made. At Miss Myers Sat
urday, July 8th, 1911.
New Auto Law In Effect.
The new- auto law goes into
effect, tomorrow, July 7, when any
person under 16 years of age,
either young man or young wom
an, will be arrested if they at
tempt to drive an auto at all. And
any person intoxicated who is
caught, running a machine will be
arrested, and anybody running a
machine more than the miles
an hour in town will be arrested
under the state law. If vou are
jn doubt whether you are entitled
to operate a machine, or if you
do not know what is expected of
you as an autoist, you should
secure a copy of the new slate law
and inform yourself, as ignorance
of the law will be no excuse when
you are required to appear in
court. A synopsis of the law has
appeared in the Journal at two
different times and all have had
an opportunity to know just what
Bilious? Feel heavy after din
ner? Tongue coated? Bitter
taste? Complexion sallow? Liver
needs waking up. Doan's Regulets
cure bilious attacks. 25 cents at
any drug store.
Wedded In Omahaa.
Mr. Bert Lamnhere and Miss
El tie Hydo of this city took snan
judgment on their many friends
on the Fourth of July by wend-
jng their way to Omaha and get
ting married. They aro both
estimable young people, the
groom being a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oeorge Lamnhere. while the
bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Hen Hyde of this cilv. The
young people have gone to house
keeping on Lincoln avenue, near
the shops, in which ho is em
ployed. While the Journal is
somewhat late in chronicling I his
happy event, it is not too late to
wish them much joy and happi
ness as down the stream of time
they sail through life.
The "Spirella" corset advertise
ment, elsewhere in this paper is
planned and filled for you. No
extra charge. Call at Miss
Myers' Saturday, July 81 h.
Meet In Elmwood.
The. republican county central
committee met in Klmwood today,
iind nearly every prospective can
didate on that ticket was also
present. Of course a slate will
be fixed up if possible, and it is
hard to tell what it will be. It
may be one that will be smashed
into smithereens at Ihe primary.
The old ring may get its foot into
it by trying to have everything
their way. as usual. And it will
be a cold day when they fail to
show I heir hands.
Farmers, mechanics, railroad
ers, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas'
Kdeclic Oil. Takes the sling out
of cuts, burns or bruises at once.
I'ain cannot slay where it is used.
Judge Heeson and Mr. diaries
Warner attended to some busi
ness matters in Klmwood today.
OF ALVO. NEB.,
ED. STROEMER, Manager'
S DEALERS N'
LUMBER, LIME, GOAL
Wo nre also buying all kinds of
live stock, mid will receive the 8,'ime
every day in the week. The holiest
market price paid.
ID GRAJM COMPANY
From Thursday' Dally
Mr. F. 11. Clieen of Elmwood
visited friends in Plattsmouth
Councilman George Dovey
transacted business with Omaha
jobbers today, going on the early
You will li ml the "Spirella"
corsets on display at Miss Myers
on Saturday, July 81 h. Call and
Miss Helen Travis departed for
Omaha on the morning train to
day, where she will visit friends
for a few days.
Paul Morgan was an Omaha
passenger on the morning train
today, where he was called on
business for a few hours.
Mr. L. Ohlenhausen 'and wife
were passengers to the metropolis
on the morning train today, where
Mr. Ohlenhausen was called on
Among the number, attending
the republican meeting at Elm
wood today were Messrs. C. A.
Rawls. M. L. Fredrick and Judge
J. L. Hoot. i
The people are very thankful
that cooler weather has at, last,
arrived, and we trust it will re-!
main with us long enough for all
to catch up with their sleep.
Mrs. Joseph Svoboda and two
children returned from Omaha
last evening, where they had
visited Mrs. Svoboda's brother and
sister over the Fourth.
Miss Nettie Terryberry of near
Louisville departed for Whiting,
Iowa, on Ihe morning train today,
where she will visit relatives for
a few days.
Miss Lottie Valle'ry and Mr.
Alvin Johnson returned to Havo
lock on the morning train today,
after spending the Fourth with
Mrs. Wilson of Walthill, who
has been visiting M. L. Furlong
and family and P. S. Hall, her
father, for a time, departed for
her home this morning.
A. Orendle and children, Loin
and Ella, of Tabor, Iowa, who
spent the Fourth with Plaits
mouth friends, departed for their
home this morning.
Mr. I). O. Dwyer and little sons,
Harry and Howard, left this aft
ernoon for a six weeks' vacation
trip. They will visit Mam'lau.
Colorado Springs and places of
interest in the mountains.
Misses Nellie and (loldie South
of Vermillion, South Dakota, who
have been visiting the Joshua
Andrews home ami oilier relatives
for a short, lime, departed for
their home last evening.
Miss Mary Foster and sister,
Mrs. Nellie Stanton, left on No.
2 last evening for Chicago and
resorts in Michigan. They ex
pect lo be absent about, two
Reports from Die sick room of
Robert, Main! are to the ell'ecl, Ihat
the little fellow is bidding his own
prelly well and hopes are enter
tained Ihat, he will continue to im
prove, lie has been a patient Ut
ile sufferer for some time.
Mrs. W. K. Rosencrans and
daughter, Mary, returned last
evening from their trip to Den
ver, Colorado. Mr. Rosencrans,
Mruce and Mr. Earl Travis met
them in Central City with the
auto. The boys returned by rail,
while Mr. Rosencrans brought his
wife and daughter home in I ho
Louie Miller of Pilger, Neb.,
was here this week for a visit with
his mother, coming down from
Pilger to attend the funeral of his
voiisin, Johnnie Miller, who died
at Oibson last Friday, and the
funeral was held Sunday. Louie
is quite; well known in this city,
having lived here for many years
before going to Pilger.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Todd of Ne
hawka, accompanied by Mrs.
Todd's mother, Mrs. J. I). Fergu
son, were in the city yesterday,
Louie driving Ibein up in his auto.
The Journal acknowledges a'
pleasant visit from bolh ladies,
Mrs. Ferguson lo renew her sub-'
Hcription and Mrs. Todd to sub
scribe for the Old Reliable. Iloth
ladies will accept our thanks.
Metween Manley and Rock
Mluffs, an automobile crank.
Finder will receive reward by
notifying S. O. Cole, Mynard, Neb.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Gohl
Signature of Lftflfo
COURT DECIDES '
too Murder Gases Ars Setlled
THOMAS STAYS IN FOR LIFE.
Dr. J. E. Gllmore of Jones County Will
Get New Trifl Important Decision
in Liquor Nuisance Case Tax Com
Des Moines, July 6. The supreme
'fourt rendered thlrtynlne decision
lu appealed cases ami the members
departed for their hom8. Among the
coses decided was that of Ilrlnsmald.
against Alice Steele, iu which the
court upholds Miss Steele's right to
an Insurance policy willed to her by
ber betrothed, but not transferred
Three murder cases were disposed
of, Francis Hamilton of Decatur coun
ty and Henry Thomas of Polk county,
having their sentences affirmed, the
latter for life, nnd Dr. J. R. Gllmore
of Jones county (setting a new trial.
In a notable case from Sioux City,
wherein the law of the state In regard,
to certiorari in liquor nuisance cases
was attacked, the court holds the law
Among other cases were the follow
ing from rottawnttamle county: Gray
against lUoom, appellant, affirmed;
Frohardt against Duff, reversed; IIllz
xard Pros, appellants, against G rover
Canning company, reversed.
Tax Commission Organizes.
The new btate tax commission met
nnd organized, with M. H. Cohen of
this city as chairman. The commis
sion will investigate the tax and reve
nue laws of Towa and the methods of
collecting the same and suggest sucuJ
changes as the board deems advisable
In a report to. be made to the next ses
sion of the general assembly.
New Guard Armory.
Dos Moines will get a national guard
battalion armory In the near future,
costing between $65,000 and ) 100,000,
and a battalion In the national guard,
the first to le formed In Iowa In any
one city. The plans hare just been
completed by the colonel of the Fifty
QUEER FREAK OF THE WIND
Shed Weighing Ton Carried Acroia
Street and Nothing Elia Disturbed.
Creston, la., July 6. A queer phe
nomenon was witnessed here when
out of a cloudless sky, and with
scarcely a breeze stirring, a cow shed,
welKhlng over a ton, was suddenly
picked up nnd carried across the
street on to a vacant lot and set down
intact. The freak caused considerable
nnxlety on the pnrt of those who wit
nessed It. Thunder was heard sev
eral times about, the time the "cy
clone" was noticed. On either side of
the shed at the time It was lifted only
a sllwht breeze existed and no fur
ther disturbance took place.
Fat?l Accidents In Iowa.
Des Moines, July fi. Fourth of July
accidents were numerous throimhout
Iowa. At Davenport Hoss.ine Mc
Cozen, aged ten, died from powder
burns ami a bullet from a boy's rllle
broke the arm of Mrs. Dorothea Jar
eliow, aged seventy. At Ilurllngton
Frank Deweln died from Injuries
cnused by a premature explosion of
powder. . Harold Ash way Is dying from
a simitar accident. '
Showers In Iowa.
Des Moines, July 6. The cllmnx of
the heated spell came when the gov
einnient thermometer showed 105 de
crees for about three hours, steadily,
and private measurements run much
higher ScnUrred ralnstorniR pul'.e I
the mercury down to 90 before even
ing. Iteports to the weather office In
dicated that similar heat prevailed all
Afro-Americans Elect Officers.
Ottumwn, la., July !. The Afro
American council of Iowa, In bosbIoii
here, elected the following officers:
President, Rev. J. Cornelius Iteld of
Ottumwa; Hccretary, Mrs. T. A.
Hugh of Nowtnn; treasurer, Dr. K.
A. Carter of Ruxton; statistician, S.
.Ton Drown of Des Moines.
Davenport Gets Regatta.
Dubuque la., July 6. Davenport
will Ket the next regatta of the A! a
clhslppl Valley Power Doat asso ia
llon, l.aCrosse having withdrawn
with the understanding that the U13
regatta t?oe to that town. St. Chi Ir
ndo of Dubuque was elected cornt::
(lore of the association.
Cluster of Barns Burn.
Cedar Haplds, la., July (i. A clui't-r
of eight barns In the residence dis
trict here burned. Many homes W'-n;
threatened, and it was only ufU:
leng hard strugRle that the Arc;
succeeded n getting the Humes ui r
cont-ol. The Ions will he several C:mi
sniid lf ": ri.
Csnrot I 'nd lo-Asn'3 Body.
,i iisi utli'.c. 1m,, July !. The iio y of
Miss Fu'cniu Staph ton, who, wit i '..
J. I.illil)i i(i','e, formerly of M mci I .",
was drown: d wtille l onliti; on I
lake, ne.vr l lii'iml. Mini!,, was r ;
'-ted. IJilllrldfce's boly luu not ' u
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