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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1911)
Women's Silk Lisle Hose!
with double garter top; four thread heel and toe;
double lisle thread foot, which insures additional wear.
We believe this to be the best lisle
stacking ever shown at the price. Per
-J. Special Correspondence. 4
Al Hunt of Qmaha was in town
Will Hoellers was in Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tool were
in Onaaha Tuesday.
Al Hauer and Hay Boldan were
in Omaha last. Thursday.
Harry Gillespie took in the
hIjow at Omaha Monday.
William Hush was a passenger
to Omaha Saturday morning.
Miss Bertha Goehry went to
Lincoln Saturday morning.
Mrs. Will Urittian of Rokeby
visited friends here last Friday.
James Hrittian of Lincoln visit
ed with friends here over Sunday.
Miss Erna Dunscome of Omaha
is a guest at the II. T. McDonald
Mr. and Mrs. George Moomey
took dinner with his parents Sun
day. Harry Thomas of Ashland visit
ed friends and relatives here Sun
Art Bomeier and Lee DeFord
went to the show at Lincoln in
Misses Anna Amgwert and Etta
Sorick visited with their parents
Miss Whipple and neires of
Ashland visited with the Goehry
Bisters last week.
Ed Kelly and sister, Edith, of
Plattsmouth are guests of their
' Kister, Mrs. Anna McDonald.
"' Miss Sarah Mill ion of Fremont
is here for an extended visit with
her sister, Mrs. William Monroe
W. 0. Gillespie and Miss Vera
.Lisenhut went to Fairmont, Neb.,
Friday morning, returning Sun
Miss Cora Rung returned to her
home in Alvo Jast Friday evening,
after visiting several days' with
M. Thimgan returned to his
home, at Sutton, Neb., Tuesday
morning, after several lays' visit
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McDonald
and daughter, Marguerite, were
sight-seeing in South Bend Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Rov F.idenrniller
and daughter, Vivian, from near
Alvo visited with John Amgwert
and family last Sunday.
Mrs. Lillie Shelton and son,
Raymond, of Lincoln, visited
several days last week at the
Davis and Piekwell homos.
J. W. Billiter of Fremont, was
in town over Sunday night, visit
ing at the home of his brother-in-law,
Will Monroe nnd family.
The fishing crowd arrived home
from Waterloo Saturday evening
hll tired out. but declaring they
' had enjoyed themselves im-
,,, Mr. K. T. Tool and wife left on
Wednesday of last week for
, Oeonla, Neb., where they will visit
his son. Rev. H. S. Tool and family
for a few weeks.
Harry McDonald had the. mis
fortune to step on a ten-penny
nnil last Tuesday morning. It
lacked but little - of coming
through the top of his shoe.
Those from here who saw Buf
falo Bill's show at Lincoln Tues
day were: Paul Schovvo and wife,
Mrs. Will Schovvo, Miss Vcrna
Rush, George Fit arid family and
Nineteen well-filled automobiles
visited our city about 10 o'clock
Monday morning, advertising the.
Weeping Water chautauqua,
which will he held August 18 fo
22 inclusive. The band played a
couple of pieces, which were very
Last Sal unlay being Gladys
Soniek's twelfth birthday, a num
ber of her girl friends were in
vited o eat supper with hpr.
Those present were; Lula
Moomey, Ida Gehrts. Ft he Slack,
Hazel nnd Gertude Bauer. Mildred,
Ruth and Gladys Sorick.
T. II. Pollock went to La Platte
SWALLOW KILL THE SCENE
OF PLEASURE YESTERDAY
The Jolly Eight Card Club the
Participants, and the Rain
Descends Upon Them.
Swallow Hill was made the
scene of a most enjoyable picnic
yesterday. The members of the
jollv Light Card club, there be-
1 int.' thirty in the company,
chartered two carryalls early in
the morning and drove to this
favorite point to spend the day in
a picnic manner. Upon their ar
rival at the picnic grounds the
remaining few hours of the morn
ing were most delightfully spent
at various amusements incidental
to a picnic, and then at the noon
hour all sat down to a most ex
cellent picnic feast and did par
ticipate in a fine picnic dinner for
the picnickers did bring many
baskets filled with eatables. After
having eat until they could eat
no more and then some, the jolly
company devoted the afternoon to
some more sports.
A number of the party had been
fishing during the morning and
so they continued fishing the rest
of the day and we have it very
confidential from one of the mem
bers of the party that they did not
catch anything and were sure dis
gusted. The fishing stunt was
very pleasantly interspersed with
that of taking pictures of the pic
nickers in different ways. But the
principal amusement was derived
from standing in thetrain. The
ladies had not taken a single um
brella 'or wrap of any sort, little
dreaming of such good fortune
as a rain of real wet water. Then,
too, this fine rain came up just
as the ladies were partaking of a
lunch consisting of ice cream and
Neverlheless, rain it did, and
then rained some more, and ns the
carryalls bad returned to the city
and would not bo sent out until a
late hour in the evening, the pic
nickers were compelled to simply
stand in the pouring dew-drops
and did gel a thorough drenching.
The ladies are of the opinion that
all credit for this fine rain is due
to them, and if Ibis bo so, wo trust
they will plan picnics not so few
and far between.' The ladies re
turned fo their homos after the
second shower, having had a fine
outing in spite of the, in
hospitable treatment of the ele
ments. ' Buy it now. Now is the time to
buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It is almost certain to
bo needed before the summer is
over. This remedy has no su
perior. For sale by F. G. Fricke
Many Thanks to Friends.
I feel very graleful to my
friends for the honor conferred in
nominal in? me for sheriff of Cass
county upon Ihe democratic ticket.
In the event that I am elected I
will endeavor to perform Ihe
duties of Ihe office to the satisfac
tion of the people of the county.
I take this method, also, of re
turning my most sincere thanks
for Ihe very flattering support
given me in Ihe primary, with Ihe
hope Hint the verdict of Ihe voters
on the 7th day of November will
approve of the choice the demo
crats have riade for the responsi
ble position of sheriff. Very re
spectfully, Hon C. Rhoden.
A well known Des Moines wom
an, after suffering miserably for
two days from bowel complaint,
Was cured by one dose of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. For sale by F. O.
Fricke & Co. ,
Mis Lucille Hales is not so well
lodav, having spent a very bad
nighl, Ihe worst, in fact, since she
has been confined to her bed. We
hope we can report her condition
considerably belter tomorrow.
Paints at Copes'.
The Avoca mill is now ready
Mrs. Henry Franen
Omaha Saturday .
Mrs. W. A. llollenberg' was
Samuel Johnson and wife visit
ed at Dunbar Sunday.
Tberon Malcolm and wife
Sunday with Cook relatives.
Clyde Jenkins was down
Mauley Tuesday evening.
Asa J. Johnson was a business
visitor at Klmwood Tuesday.
Hert Philpot was down from
Weeping Water Wednesday.
William Knabe of Berlin was on
our streets Tuesday evening.
The Pinochles lost to Nehavvka
Sunday by a score of 13 to 3.
George Shaekley was at Eagle
last week with his novelty stand.
Mrs. Charles Jenkins and chil
dren were Manle-y visitors Friday.
Floyd Harmon and wife are the
parents of a baby girl born last
W. H. Betts, j.r; and wife have
returned from a visit to Okla
homa. A. W. Hay's moving picture
show will appear in Avoca all next
Mrs. A. B. Lovvlon entertained
relatives from near Klmwood this
Miss Francis of Dunbar was the
guest of Miss Selma Marquardt
I his week.
William Morley was attending
lo business mailers at Omaha
Harmon Brothers furnished
music for a dance at Manley last
Several from Avoca attended
Buffalo Bill's show at Lincoln
A number from Avoca were at
Union Saturday attending the
A. Zimmerer and son, Adolph,
were over from Nebraska City
Mrs. Graham and daughter,
Beth, are visiting relatives in
D. Munn and Charles McFad
den are in Oklahoma looking at
W. L. Gillin was at St. Joseph
this week buying goods for Ruhge
Clyde Graham has secured
good position with the B. & M.
Mrs. J. F. Young of Cook was
here last week visiting her daugh
lor, Mrs. Ora E. dopes.
The Avoca ball team defeated
Union ut the Old Settlers' picnic
last Saturday by a score of 10
Miss Florence Wilkinson re
turned Saturday evening from a
visit with relatives at Ardinore,
Chub Bells, who has been hav
ing a siege of typhoid fever at
ColToyv ille, Kansas, returned to
Avoca Ibis week.
George Braeoale is now writ
ing accident insurance. If you
need a policyof this kind call on
George and he will fix you out.
The Weeping Water boosters
were here Monday evening, 20
automobiles strong, advertising
the, chautauqua and picnic.
The Avoca ball team will make
a three days' trip this week, play
ing at Klmwood Thursday, Louis
ville Friday and Nehawka Satur
day. B. C. Marquardt, wife and
daughters, were at. Huntley last
week visiting F. G. Spencer and
family. They made the trip in
An ordinary case, of diarrhoea
can, as a ruie, be cured by a
single dose, of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. This remedy has no su
perior for bowel complains. For
sale by F. O. Fricke & Co.
Colonel M. A. Hales Has leased
the Silas Long properly on West
Main street, but. has been delayed
in removing thereto on account of
the serious illness of his daugh
ter, Miss Lucille, who baa been
confined to her bed now for near
ly two weeks.
Tho Best Flour in the
Market. Sold by all
ROSE AND HAMER
LEAD FOR JUDGE
Lellon Third Man en Republican
COBBEY AND ROOT IRAiUiiii
Dean and Oldham Head Democratic
Ticket With Ex-Congressman Stars,
a Close Second Harman and Furse
Have Tiyht hace for Railway Board.
Omaha, Aug. 17. Returns from the
elate primary election buve been re
ceived complete from lourteen coun
ties, including Douglas unci ljucasier,
on sail re me judye. uune this is iu
sulticient to indicate positively tue
nominations . lor these unices, Jude
llamer and 'iido Rose appear nom
inated w.tn their votes in size in the,
order named. Judge llamer is mak
ing a stion race and when, the west
ern tountks are heard lroin, his total
is likely to take another jump.
Judge Leiton in me counties heard
liom is thud uud probably will be the
third nun on tho ticket. Judge Cob
bey and Judge Hoot are running near
ly even, beiow Lettou.
On thu di niocnuic ticket Judge Old
bam leads, with Judge Dean second
and ex-Congressman Stark third.
Figures on iourteeu counties com
plote on Republican supreme Judge
are as follows:
Maefarland , 6,228
Rose . 8,01(8
Figures from fourteen counties on
Democratic supreme Judge are:
Albert 3,8 '5
Beebe Lead Hall.
For Republican railway commission
er, Iiee.be leads Hall In thirteen conn
ties, Including Douglas, by about 600
votes. Hall is a Lancaster county
man, brother ot George Hall of Frank
lin, late Democratic candidate for
state treasurer, and is running strong,
though bo far Beebe has consistently
maintained his lead at all stages.
On the Democratic side Harman
and Furse are going It neck and neck,
with Harman having slightly the ad
vantage. The only other contest Is for Demo
cratic regents. Miller and Knapp of
Lincoln are leading, Miller receiving
an unusually heavy vote.
Run Over by Cars; Diet of Shock.
Wymore, Neb., Aug. 17. Jason
Reed, aged fifteen years, was terribly
mangled h.'re by being run over by
the cars. The boy was trying to catch
onto a car in tlie yards wnuo me
switch crew war" making up a train
nnd In some vay he lost his balance
and I ell under the car, tho wheels
passing over both legs above the
knees, crushing the bones and tearing
the flesh Into strips. Reed died of
Injured In Auto Spill.
1 Fremont, Neb., Aug. 17. When au
automobile in which ho was riding
from Snyder to Dodge turned turtle,
Dr. George Byers wns probably fatally
injured. His skull was fractured and
he received several otiier serious In
juries. He was rushed at once to
Omaha, where he could receive expert
surgical attendance.' It is feared by
MSifrlends that his Injuries wi'l prove
Omnhu. Aug. 17. An effort to name
tho nominees on the state ticket must
1 till be based mostly on guesswork,
i hough some degree of aid Is offered
in the returns now In. These Include
:hren count lea complete, Seward, Mer
rick and firant, 250 scattering pre
clncts in the state and Douglas conn
;y with seven country precincts miss
South qp-aba Viaduct Burns.
South Oms'hn. ug. 17. Fire, sup
posed to have been Marled by light
ning, badly damaged about 200 feet
of the L street viaduct and destroyed
i number of the cattle pens and de
horning am! branding sheds belong
ing to the Union Stock Yards com
imny. Tli lews Is estimated at $1",(ih:
Killed by the
Aug. 17. John
r.lml wns killed, by the fast westbound
mall on the Union Pacific. The acci
dent occuned three x miles fust -of
1.elnPton. I.lnd was employed by the
Mock signal department and was It -tine
on a Utile velocipede when th
train str.uk him.
Quits Convent to Wed Doctor.
Omaha, Auk. 17. Stealing from the
Notre Dnme D'sion convent at Mar
shall, Mo., Just before taking the veil
for life, Miss llnina Ilomlne, a pretty
French girl, was married to Dr.
'llcceher I!. Baldwin of Klkhorn, Neb.,
it the Peoples' church by the Rev. Mr.
GruentHer Wln Hig Fight.
Columbus, Neb., Aug. 17. Complete
U-turns of I'lutte county give Chris
Oueiither l,(Ki3 majority over Uiuls
Held for rl'i k of the district court.
COPY Of RETURNS FDR HE PUBLIC
Will Be Friday Before Some of
Victorious or Defeated Little Known About the Vote on the
State Candidates Official Returns Tomorrow.
The ret urns of only eighteen of I 27 to 2."; the Second, 33 to 24;
the twenty-live precincts of Cass I ho Fourth, 3D to 11, and the
county were known in the oftlee j Fifth, 10 to 5; in the country he
of the county clerk today. The, carried Salt Creek, 35 to 20;
returns from the seven mising j Slove Creek, 87 to 33; ML Plcas
precincts are in. lint are sealed anl. 13 to ti; Light Mile Grove, 19
nnd they cannot he opened until! to 10; Nehawka, 10 to 19. War
the canvassing hoard' meets in! tier carried the Third ward in
official session tomorrow morn
ing. It seems that no copy of the
returns were made in these seven
precincts, and consequently the
complete returns for the county
will not be known until Friday.
The failure of the official ' in
these procini'ls , make copies of
Ihe relurns has. been criticised, as
the public is always anxious to
hear Ihe relurns early, and Ihe
candidates themselves want to
know whether they have been
elected or defeated. The race be
tween Fricke and Fox is so close
that neither can be sure of elec
tion vor defeat. Scarcely any at
tention was paid to reporting re
turns on the slate candidates.
The eighteen precincts heard
from Rive Fox a total of 331 voles
nnd Fricke 310, a majority for
Fox of 12. Fricke carried the
First ward in Plaltsmoulh by 8,
the second by 33, the Fifth by 0,
and lost the Third by 1 and the
Fourth by 3. Fricke carried Mt.
Pleasant, 1(1 to 12; Eight Mile
drove, 26 to 8; Nehawka, 15 to 8;
Plattsmouth precinct, 25 to 17.
Fox carried Tipton, 7 to 4; Green
wood, 10 to 0; Salt Creek, 21 to 5;
Stove Creek, 1(5 to (1; Center, 17
to 7; Louisville, 19 to 7; Liberty,
21 lo 21 ; First Rock HlulTs, 35 to
24; Second Rock Hluffs, 15 lo 11.
For the republican primary
nineteen precincts have been
heard from for unofficial returns.
These give Lgenbergcr a total of
475 votes nnd Warner 397, a ma
jority of 78. F.gcnbergcr carried
the First ward in Plattsmouth,
, K, (. Mnylleld, Ihe old-lime
Omaha newspaper man, best
known ns "Hex M.," who has been
absent, from Omaha for about
eight years and who returned
here early in Ihe spring broken
in health, is home from Ihe west,
where he has been rusticating in
Ihe open on advice of his physi
cian, lie has regained perfect
IichIIIi and says he is in heller
condition than he has been for
ten years. For Ihe past 8 years
Mr. Mayfleld has been one of
George A. Joslyn's managers, dur
ing which time he has reorganized
houses for Mr. .Toslyn al Kansas
City, St. Louis, Memphis, Tenn.;
Des Moines, Iowa, and Cleveland,
Ohio. For a number of years Mr.
Mayllebl was conned ed as a
writer with Ihe World-Herald. II
is not known' whether he will re
turn lo active newspaper work or
will continue wild Mr. Joslyn. His
many Omaha friends trust he will
remain in Omnhu. Omaha
v onu-iicraifi. 1
The Journal is pleased lo learn I
of Gene's resloraf ion to health.
lie is a Gas scounly boy and well
known as a newspaper man In)
several towns in Ihe county, lie.
is a brnllier of L. .T. Mavlleld of
Ihe Louisville Courier, where he
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It's the best of 1 wisdom to paint
your property in the fall and protect
it against winter storms.
House, barn, fences, implements
no matter what you want to paint
some one of
wilt do your work better and at less
cost than any others.
If you want a good job that will
save money for you come in and talk
it over with us.
TIME TO PAINT
ORE E. OO
the Candidates Know They Are
IMaltsmoulh, 31 to 31 ; Tipton, 25
lo 20; Greenwood, 21 to 7; Center,
18 to 10; Louisville, 3d to 27;
Liberty, 29 to 24; First' Rock
lilull's, 19 lo 13; Second Rock
HlulTs, 8 to 1; Plallsmoulh pre
cincl, 31 lo 9; Weeping Wafer
Second ward, 20 lo 19.
Nineteen prenefncls give Rob
ert .-".on for the republican nomina
tion for district clerk, 498 and
Douglass 393, a majority ' for
Robertson of 1 or. Robertson car
ried Ihe First ward in I'latfs
moulli, 35 to 19; Tipton, 20 lo 22;
Greenwood, 17 to II; Salt Creek,
34 to 31 ; Stove Creek, 83 to 39;
Louisville, 52 to II; Nehawka, 02
lo 9; First Rock HlulTs, 21 to 7;
Weeping Water Second" ward, 23
lo 10. Douglass carried the Sec
ond ward in Plattsmouth, 38 to
22; Ihe Third, 35 lo 28; the
Fourth, 27 to 22; the Fifth. 9 to 7;
Center, 19 to 10; Ml. Pelasant, 11
lo 8; Eight Mile Grove, 21 to 7;
Liberty, 31 lo 22; Second Rock
HlulTs, 0 to 2; Plattsmouth pre
cinct, 25 to 14. '
The other contests were one
sided and will not be given by
precincts until the oflllllcial re
turns are in. Nineteen precincts
give Hecson for Ihe republican
nomination for county judge, 041)
votes, and Deles Dernier, 275, a
niajjority of 374 for Heeson.
Rhoden, with eighteen precincts
heard from, has 451 to 1 09 for
Harton, a majority of 285.
The relurns on the slate otll
cers were not report cd and won't
be known" till Ihe canvassing
was retired lo manhood nnd where
he got his first lessons in type
setting. May he live always.
Dyspepsia is America's curse,
Hurdock Mood Killers conquers
dyspepsia every lime. It drives
out, inipurilies, tones, Ihe stom
ach, restores perfect digestion,
normal weight, and good health.
Mr3. L. H. Young Dead.
Mr. C. M. Manners received a
telephone message Ihis al'leruooti
giving Ihe death of Mrs. L. II.
Youn, an old resident of Ihis city
and counly, who died el Carroll,
Neb. Mrs. Young wns Ihe mother
of M. Young of Ihis cily and 11
grandmol her of Mrs. C. M. Man
ners. .1. M. Young went to Car
roll to make funeral arrange
ments nnd Ihe remains will bo
brought lo Murray, where tho
funeral services wil Ihe held and
interment will lake place in Iho
Young cemetery east of Murray.
Miss Marie K;..ifniau and Miss
Cora Higgle left Ihis afternoon for
Colorado ami Wyoming points lo
be gone two or three weeks.
Try a sack of Forest Rose (lour
Ihe next time you need flour. Ask
your dealer what he thinks of it.
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