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J. MURDOCK. 4
J (Special Correspondence.) 4
Harry Gillespie was in Lincoln
Mrs. C. Moomey was shopping
in Omaha last Friday.
Fmile Barry of Alvo was seen in
town Sunday evening.
Harold Tool and Paul Goehry
were in Elmwood Sunday evening
Paul Uorneimier was a pas
senger to Omaha Friday morning.
Dr. Jones is entertaining his
nephew, Mr: Wallace, from Il
linois. David Thimgan of Omaha visit
ed friends and relatives her over
H. R. Neitzel and family of
Idaho were guests at the Guthman
home over Sunday.
Oscar McDonald and family
visited with relatives in Plalts
mouth last Sunday.
Miss Minnie Buell returned
from Lincoln Saturday, where she
has attended summer school.
Miss Opal Hite of Alvo spent
the latter part of last week with
her sister, Mrs. John Amgwert.
Several of our people are plan
ning to attend the reunion at
Ashland the last of this week.
Several from here attended the
funeral of Herb Swartz at Elm
wood last Thursday afternoon.
Miss Vera Kisenhut spent sev
eral days last week with Mrs.
Frank Gillespie near Waltash.
John Amgwert and family spent
last Wednesday evening with II.
P. Long and wife, near South
Mrs. P. S. Grink and sons re
turned to their home at Waterloo
last Friday morning, after a two
weeks' visit here.
Misses Anna Amgwert and Etta
Sorick of Lincoln came in on No.
'14 Saturday evening to visit their
parents over Sunday.
Mrs. Moon and daughter, Miss
Edith, and Miss Lola Brownell of
Afchlunri were guests of Dr. Jones
and wife over Sunday.
Raymond Wcsllake left last
Sunday by the wagon route for
Bcemer, Nob., where he will help
his father for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boldan came
in on No. 17 Tuesday for an ex
tended visit with the hitter's pnr
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Bauer.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. McDonald
and children. Irene and Bryan, re
lurried Sunday from a month's
visit with relatives in western Ne
braska. Mrs. Miners and children came
down from Wahoo, Neb., in their
auto and spent Sunday with her
daughter, Mrs. Emil Miller.
Misses Eva and Minnie Nelson
of Fremont, Neb., arrived Tues
day evening for a iil with "i'r.
and Mrs. George Mooncy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams
and daughters, Cora and Helen,
ONE, great ad
vantage you get
in a sale like our
season's clearance is
that you get unusually
good qualities at un
usually low prices.
Our clothes are al
ways a good bargain;
and getting them at
anything less than the
regular price is like
of Elmwood, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Williams' father, August
Mr. and Mrs. George Moomey
entertained at dinner Sunday,
when their guests were Emil
Kuehn and wife and Guy Lake and
Miss Anna and Miss Bertha
Baumgartner and Miss Carrie
Gakemier, all of Lincoln, spent
Sunday with the latter's parents,
north of town.
Guests at the Henry Guthman
home are: Miss Minnie Guthman
n Plaltsmouth, Miss Gaetha Sis
son of Ainsworth, Neb., and
Maslers Francis and Milton Neit
zel of Idaho. .
Several of our folks are tak
ing in the reunion at Ashland, go
ing to ramp. In one bunch are
William Weddell.and wife and
son, Meredith; Andrew McNamara,
Miss Kate Amgwert and Lyda
A small party of our people are
enjoying an outing at King's lake,
near Waterloo, Neb. Among them
are Ed Thimgan and wife, Oscar
llickli and wife, Herman Kuehn
and Miss Ilaltie Wallinger of
Mrs. W. (). Gillespie left Tues
day for Fairmont, Neb., where
she will keep house for her broth
er, Will McNamara and children,
as her sister-in-law will soon
enter a hospital to undergo an
operation for tumors.
Foley Kidney Pills will check
the progress of your kidney and
bladder trouble and heal by re
moving the cause. Try them. For
sale by Fricke & Co.
A Large Number In Attendance.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Christian church were entertained
at the pleasant home of Mrs.
George Goodman, on Granite
street, in a inos.t delightful man
ner yesterday afternoon. There
were an unusually large number
of the ladies and friends of the
organization in attendance, who
participated in a most enjoyable
social lime. A short business ses
sion was held during the after
noon, during which time just the
regular routine business matters
were transacted. Most of the aft
ernoon hours were devoted to
various amusements, conversa
tion and the like, all of which
greatly assisted in making the
afternoon's entertainment a most
excellent one. At the proper hour
a most delicious luncheon was
provided, which the ladies likewise
thoroughly enjoyed. At the usual
time the ladies dispersed, greatly
indebted to the hostess for (he
fine lime which they had enjoyed
The ladies realized over 5. which
amount, was given to Rev. Wilkin
son, who bas been conducting
series of revival meetings at the
church for the past few weeks.
The next time you need a sack
of Hour a! your dealer about
the 1 oieL Hose Hour and sec if
he doesn't say it, is one. of the best
grades of flour. Try a sack and
he convinced. Sold by all dealers.
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RAL OF MRS. MCELROY
Solemn Requiem Mass at Services
at St. John's Church This
The funeral of Mrs. Frank Me
Eiroy, who died late Monday night
at the home on North Ninth street,
was held this morning at St.
John's Catholic church. The
church was tilled with friends of
the deceased, who in life they
loved and respected.
Solemn requiem mass was con
ducted by Father Shine, celebrant
of the mass; Father Bradley,
former pastor of the church,
deacon of the mass, and Father
O'Loughlin, sub-deacon of the
mass. Following this service
Father Bradley preached the
In addition to the music by the
church choir, Miss Helen Kline
sang two beautiful solos.
The pall-bearers were: L. W.
Lorenz, Cornelius Gillispie, F. G.
Egcnberger, E. H. Schulhof,
Charles Maguire and Michael
The floral offerings were very
beautiful, given by many of the
friends of the deceased, who was
known for her many good quali
ties and Christian virtues. The
body was laid to rest in the Holy
Mrs. . Durham was at Omaha
Avoca and Union play ball here
Joseph Seacat was up from
Gus Mohr was a Syracuse
Carlos Durham returned Satur
day from Bertrand.
Clyde Jenkins was down from
Manley Tuesday night.
Charles Jenkins and family
were Manley visitors Sunday.
Miss Kruse of Millard is visit
ing Dr. Kruse and family.
Nehawka defeated Avoca here
Sunday by a score of 9 to 3.
Mrs. Fred McGrady has return
ed home from a visit at Sumner.
William Maseman left Saturday
for a trip to the Yellowstone park.
George Braezeale and wife were
at Rnckporl, Mo., the first of the
Jake Frey and wife were here
from Burr this week visiting
L. J. Marqnardt, and family re
turned Tuesday from their visit
R, A. Bales, Carl G. Fricke and
B. G. Wurl were over from Platts-
Misses Emma and Clara Mar
qnardt, returned Saturday evening
from a trip to the coast.
Charles Est bridge w as here
from Cook Ibis week visiting his
sister, Mrs. Theron Malcolm.
Prof. C. O. Larson was over
from Plaltsmouth Thursday at
tending the Odd Fellows' picnic.
Joseph C. Zimmerer and wife
entertained relatives from near
Nebraska City the first of the
J. C. Zimmerer, Harry Mar
ouardt and Edward Wulf were Ne
braska City businrs? visitors
Mrs. Charles Woodson was here
from Omaha this week visiting
her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. L. W.
Arthur Ward and wife were
visiting at the home of M. (5.
Keeily this week. Arthur has been
railroading in Wyoming the past
Prompt Payment by M. W. A.
James Riley, who died in this
city on the 4th day of July, held
a policy in the Modern Woodmen,
Cass camp No. 332, for $2,000,
and on the first day of August I lie
clerk of the local camp gave Mrs.
Ann Riley, mother of the deceased,
and the beneficiary, a check for
the amount. Just as soon as all
proofs of the death had reached
the proper authorities the claim
was ordered paid. This is the
Woodmen style of doing business.
Doan's ItegiJels cure constipa
tion, tone the stomach, stimulate
the liver, promote digestion and
appetite and easy passages of the
bowels. Ask your druggist for
them, 25 cents a box.
Forest Rose Flvmr. TTic next
time you need a sack of flour fry
a sack. You will "nd it tbe best
on the market.
No Truth In Suicidal Rumor.
In the Journal a few days ago
we printed a new item giving an
account of the suicide of Mrs.
Supernaunt, which was supposed
to occur several days previous.
On yesterday evening Mrs. Mel
burn of this city received a letter
from Mrs. Supernaunt, from Clif
ton, Kansas, in which she states
that herself and little family are
getting along nicely. She states
that her son, Karl, has a good
position on a farm and is doing
nicely. She has purchased a very
comfortable little home, a four
room house and four lots. They
are all happy and doing well.
MR. AND MRS. BAR
THOLD RETURN HOME
Besides Visiting Mr. Barthold's
Old Home, They Also Visited
John A. Qutsche and Family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barthold
and daughter, Murl, returned
home from their eastern visit yes
terday afternoon. They have been
gone about three weeks, and the
larger portion of their time was
spent in Pennsylvania. Mr.
Barthold has two brothers resid
ing in that stale, one at Reading
and the other at Lancaster, the
old home town. These two cities
are located near Philadelphia,
and, of course, a portion of their
time was spent in that city.
In taking up their homeward
journey they came via Cleveland,
Ohio, where they made a few days'
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Gutsche, who have been
residing in that city for the past
few years, where Mr. Gutsche
holds an excellent position with a
railroad company. The Gutsche
family have a host of friends In
this city, where they resided for
so many years, who will be
pleased to know that they are all
happy and are prosperous. Mr.
Barthold tells us that one of tho
most pleasant times of tho entire
journey was spent in the city of
Cleveland, while Ihey were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Gutsche. They
report a very pleasant trip all
along the line, and return home
greatly benefited from the frip.
Cass County Wool Industry.
From Tuenday'd Pally.
J. J. Lohnes, from near Mynard,
was in the city yesterday, coming
in with a wagon load of wool that
was shipped to Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, which some of our old set
tlers claim was the, first wool ever
shipped out of Platlsmouf h. Mr.
Lohnes sheared seventy head of
sheep, from which he took 850
pounds of wool. Mr. Lohnes says
it was a pretly fair grade, and
from the present, market price he
expects to receive 20 cents per
pound. Mr. Lohnes is one farmer
that believes there is good money
in the sheep business, and if. is
his intention to soon enter into
that line on a much larger scale.
There are unclaimed letters at
the postoflice for Sherman Hohl
crness, Fred Beggarson and Miss
Nettie Smith. These will he sent
to the dead letter otTlce if not, call-
I'd for hv Aliens! 1 5.
Buy it, now. Now is the time to,
buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea
Remedy. It. is almost certain to
he needed before the summer is
over. This remedy has no su
perior. For sale by F. G. Fricke
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon
(Formerly with U. S. Department
Licensed by Nebraska State
Calls Answered Promptly
telephone 378 White, riattsmout
Do you want an
If you do, ftd ono who has
Experience, Ability, Judgement.
Telepraph or write
Dates made at this office or the
Murray State Rank.
Good Service Reasonable Rate.
Items of Interest to Journal Reader Will Be Received t the Druj Store
New subscriptions and
renewals to the Journal will
he recived by J. A. Shatter
at the drug store. Local
news, advertising matter
I and all business pertaining
to this department may bo
transacted. Mr. ami Mrs.
Shaffer are instructed to re
ceived and receipt for all
of Lincoln was in
C. R. Jordan went to Plalts
Mrs. Knott was shopping in
Dan Manners was doing trading
in Lincoln Tuesday.
Miss 1 1 axel Foreman went to
Davey Sunday evening.
Harry Parsed was in Council
1 il Mil's Friday on business.
Fay I'arsell of Lincoln was call
ing on friends Sunday.
Sieve Claugh of Lincoln was
visiting friends here Sunday.
Harry Appleman returned
Tuesday to his home in Lincoln.
The Slroemer Lumber & Grain
company has purchased a new
R. A. Stone and Art Klyver went
to Fillmore county on business
Perry Foreman and William
Foreman went to llavelock Satur
day on No. 331.
Mrs. II. A. Bailey went to
Plaltsmouth Friday and returned
Dan McCurdy of Eagle has
blood poison in his arm, and is in
a serious condiiton.
Miss Mayme Ilillman of Weep
ing Water is visiting Mrs. George.
Sheesley this week.
Grandma and Grandpa Rose
now visited their son, Charles and
family, Sunday evening.
L. B. Appleman went to Holt
county last Thursday to look after
his land interests there.
Oscar Suavely died Tuesday
morning al his home in Lincoln.
Further particulars next week.
John Newkirk spent a few days
last, week in Custer county visit
ing his brother-in-law, Ed Waile.
C. R. Jordan, sons, Sam and
Walter, and brother, James, auto
ed out to Sterling and oilier places
John Casey of South Omaha,
who has been visiting his sons,
Walt and Kd, returned home
Miss Bessie Suders of Clatouia
spent, tin' past week with her sis
ler, Mrs. Dan Williams, and other
Miss Marie Slroemer is home
from school at the slate uni
versity, where she attended the
Fred Dreamer and family went
to the F.pworlh Assembly at Lin
coin Wednesday, where Ihey vi I
ypend seveejl days camping
James Alley of Des Moines, la.,
is visiling his brother-in-law,
Leander Friend, ami sisler-in
law, Mrs. Klla Prouty, for a few
F. M. Stone and Charles Aver
autocd to Greenwood Monday and
took the B. M. train from thai
place to Omaha, where they went
John Tucker of Lincoln came
down Saturday evening and visit
ed his sisler, Mrs. Harry Parsell
and family, until Sunday evening,
when he returned to Lincoln.
C. R. Jordan, Sam Jordan and
Jake Shaffer auloed to Wabash
Friday afternoon, ami on I heir re
turn dined with Mr. ami Mrs. C.
M. Jordan, enjoying tried chicken
and oilier edibles.
Carl Price has sold his cream
and chickto business to a Mr,
Emerson of Llmvvood. Mr. and
Mrs. Pric left Tuesday evening
for Claloni.i. where (hey w!l
make their future home.
S. C. Boyles and family and
nephew, Herbert Prouty, started
Friday on a ten days' auto trip
out in the slate. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Prouty are keeping house for
them during their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bird and
children drove to Waverly Sunday,
attending the dedication of the
new M. F church at that place
and visiling Hie remainder of the
day wild Mrs. Bird's parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. R. '.. Penn and family.
Sunday, July 30, KM I, being the
751 h birthday oT Able Prouly, a
dinner was given by Mr. ami Mrs.
Fred Prouly at their home in
honor of the occasion. Among
the guests present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Cashner, Mr. and Mrs.
George Foreman, sr., and daugh
ters, Crayre and Auurel, and son,
Charlie; Mel Prouty, Joe Prouty
and Lois Keeper. They had their
pictures taken in a group by Meb
Prouty. Mr. Prouty was the re
cipient of a handsome cane of dia
mond maple presented by his son-in-law,
Edward A. Sheesley.
F.dward A. Shejsley, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. F.. Sheesley, was
born February 28, 1895, and died
July 2fith, 1911. His death re
sulted from an attack of typhoid
fever, which lasted eleven days,
and though his sutTerings were
acute, he bore then) patiently and
bravely. Tuesday evening his
parrots and sister, Stella, were
summoned to his bedside, as his
condition had become critical. A
few hours before he passed to tho
great beyond he regained his
faculties and was greatly pleased
to II ii I loved ones so near. Before
the final summons came, although
unable to speak, he seemed ' to
realize that I he end was near, and
with looks he spoke a fond fare
well. F.dward bad a kind, gentle
disposition and very early in life
he began to show great apprecia
tion' for any kindness shown him.
The funeral services were held
from the M. H. church Friday,
July 28, KM I, and were conduct
ed by Rev. Heckler. Interment
was in Hie Dunkard cemetery. Ho
is survived by his father, mother,
four sisters and two brothers.
Beautiful toiler, thy work all
Beautiful soul into glory gone;
Beautiful life with its crown now
God giveth thee rest.
Ilesl from all sorrows and watch
ing and fears,
Rest from all possible sighing
Rest through God's endless, won
At home with the blest.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express our heart
felt, thanks to our neighbors and
friends for Ibeir kindness and
sympathy shown us in our lalo
bereavement in the death of our
son and brother and for the
beautiful floral tributes.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sheesley and
Mrs. John Dreamer.
Born in Germany March 28,
1812. Died July 20, KM I. Mother
of ten children, nine of whom are
now living; twenty-live grand
children and two great grand
children. Died at the home of hep
daughter, Mrs. Li..ie Lewis,
from In-a rt trouble. Her huusband
preceded her to the great beyond
a year and I wo months ago. Tho
surviving children are: Christo
pher and Fred and Mrs. Li..ie
Lewis, Alvo; Miss Nellie Dreamer,
Lincoln; Mrs. Anna Allen, Green
wood; Mrs. Guy Ingversnn, llave
lock; Mrs. Minnie Cook. I'latls
niouth; Mrs. Mary Kuntz, Klni
wood; Mrs. F.mma Deles Denier,
Highest market price paid for
apples al the Wclenkamp build
ing, Plallsinoiilh, Neb., com
mencing July I0l.li. KM1.
J. K. Rundle.
There's nothing so g I for n
sore throat as Dr. Thomas
F.cleclie Oil. Cures tl iu a few
hours. Relieves any pain in any
ED. STROEMER, Manager
DEALERS IN bri
We are also buying all kinds of
live stock, nnd will receive the same
every day in the week. The highest
market price paid.
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