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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 28, 1911)
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September H and 2 J
WILL WITNESS THE FIRST
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ST OF IMPORTANCE EVER HELD IN THIS TERRITORY!
We need room for comtemplated changes and consequently our stock of
Cars MUST be cut down:
REGAL CARS Regular price, $1280.00, F. 0. B. Nebraska City
Our " 900.00,
MERCER CARS Regular " 2200.00, " "
Our " 1750.00,
The cars that we offer at these prices are not ones that have been used,
but instead are new, clean models. The REGAL and MERCER are well
known, and already inquiries have been received concerning the date af sale.
When you attend remember we have in connection with our Garage a
a repair shop, machine shop, welding apparatus, supplies and accessories,
presto exchange, vulcanizer and comprcesed air tank.
MOTOR CARS; Phones - ,4Mj
Nebraska City, Nebraska
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The Cedar Creek Colts Add An
other Win to Their Long
List of Victories.
The Cedar Creek baseball team
came down to our city yesterday
with the full intention of finding
easy victims in the Plattsmouth
team, which was pretty badly
crippled from their regular num
ber of players, in addition to bav
ins but very little practice, but
after the smoke of battle bad
cleared away they realized (but
they were up against a pretty
At the close of the ninth inning
the score was a tie, 3 and 3, and
the tenth inning proved a shutout
for both teams, but in the first
half of the eleventh inning the
visitors made one score. At this
point the umpire, McCauley, made
a decision which seemed to be a
little too much in favor of the
visiting team for the home
boys to stand, and the game came
to a close immediately. The de
cision of the umpire created con
siderable criticism from those
present to witness the game,
which seemed to be unanimously
in favor of the home team.
It was a good game of ball from
start to finish and no doubt the
visitors would have won, even
though the decision that closed
the game had been made different
ly, as the visitors bad already to
their credit, one well earned run,
'leaving the score 4 to 3, which
probably might not have been tied
bv the home team in the last half
of the eleventh inning.
The home team played a mighty
good game of ball and pitcher
Dobson was at his best and sure
pitched an elegant game of ball.
holding the heavy Cedar Creek
sluggers down to one or two hits,
the visitors scoring on account
of numerous errors and wild
throws by the fielders. Mann, the
veteran Plattsinoulh catcher, was
'behind the bat all the time and
nailed cver thing that came hi
way. and Au't on first va always
ready to accept all possible
chances. So much cannol lie said
(of the balance of lb" team, but
liki'v.r ever I him.: into cmt-i.b'ra-
We are Showing an Excellent Line of
made of Gingham, Chambra and Madress
PRICE 58c, 85c, $1.00 and $2.25
150 in all; washable materials. We believe we have
the best line of Petticoats ever shown in the city. Our
prices are guaranteed.
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care "f a nui -i'. II is I real ment al
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pKiM' of nun !. 'Mi-lit In him.
Mr-. Aiiku-I .lochim and damih
ter, Leila, iiml Miss Olga Yoeuler
wcnl i Omaha Monday .i call
upon their sister, Mrs. Henry
Hell, who is al Ibe liiimamicl lu.s
rital. where she underwent an
operation recently .
Miss ('.race Clow left for her
home in l'laiulleld, 111., after an
extended visit, with Mrs. II. P..
Yniit. She was accompanied as
far as l'lallsmout h by Mrs. Vant,
Mrs. C. A. Hichey and Knunons
Iiichey in the bitter's auto.
The many friends of Hew T.owo
will rejoice to learn that lie has so
far recovered from his rccenl ill
ness as to be able to anain take
up his pastoral work, lie wishes
tho Courier to announce that be
will occupy the pulpit at the M
F church next Sunday. ,
II. C Hansen came up from
Nchawka Saturday evening and
scent Sundav with his family. Mr.
Hansen is bidding down n Rood'
position as foreman of one of the
larpo quarries down there and ex
pects to move his family to that
place as soon as he can secure, a
suitable house to live in.
School opens September and
parents are asked to hae their
children ready to enter on the
openinur day. This will be better
for Hie scholars, belter for the
teachers and more npreeable to
the school board. The teachers
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In' Ii il o'V lb,' ph, r,,rni al Minard.
'I'lii' an-i' stales thai the
plat furm al M narl built of
I'li'di'i'- and i- alui;t :in iuelies
nn, nth i'ili'i'-il.v imon for a
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.1. .1. ('.lite-, p'-iilinii one and a
half mile- -onlli of town, fractur
ed one of the bones of the lefl
forearm Wednesday aflernoon by
falling olT a ridinur jdow.
W. I. I ler and wife, Walt
Yallerv, wife and dauit'hler, and
Mrs. S. (). Cole and daughter, all
of near l'lallsnioulh, attended the
openinii' numbers of the chaulau-
uuar proRrani, when they were
Kiiesls of A. A. Weichel and
Little Freda, daimhler of Mr.
and Mrs. I.ouis Herman, died at
her home southwest of town
Wednesday even ins" from dis
enlary. Funeral services are to
be held this afternoon at 2:0
from the M. V.. church. A more
extended wrilenp will appear next
(uy ivimliie. the vounp man
who had his skull fractured by
neinu inrown iroin a norse, was
in town iin luesitay and bad
Hie bandaues removed anil new
ones put on. (luy is mendintr
rapidly and his many friends will
lie pleased lo Know I hat there is
now no probable mental dernm
meiil as a result of the accident
nliove the c iv ,11ml : that
In the north end of I
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maintain a llr-lil of
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that il was moonlit
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WILL MAKE AN EFFORT
TO ENFORCE CIGARETTE LAW
State Superintendent Crabtrees
Calls on All County and City
Superintendents to Help.
A special from Lincoln, under
date of August 20, says:
Slate Superintendent Crabtree
has indicated that he. with the
assistance of the various county
and city superintendents of the
stale intends to see to the strict
enforcement of the Quackenbush
anti-tobacco law just as soon as
school opens. In a statement is
sued today the head of public in
struction makes clear his posi
tion in the matter and sets out
with little doubt as to his earnest
ness what he proposes to do if
tobacco dealers violate the new
That hereafter it shall be un
lawful in the state of Nebraska
for any minor under the ase of 18
veai'S to smoke cigarettes, ciirars
or use tobacco in any form what
soever. Any minor under the aire of 18
years violating any of the pro
visions of the forepoinpr section,
shall, upon conviction, be fined in
guy sum not exceeding 510 and
si and commit ted until the line
and cosls of prosecution are paid.
i'l'ovnleil that any minor so
cliai-'ed wiHi the violation of this
a- t may be free from prosecution
wlcn br shall have furnished evi
denee fur the conviction of the
per-on or persons selliuuf or sri v
Inm the eiLiirel les. eiuars or
It'll, leeo. . . .
Thai im : v perso'n. t;r:"u. p--oei.-i-1
1, ii. or C1 irpurat ion in I hi - stale
i, . !;!:'. r; llm provisions of llo's
eel r tl.ey shall lie guilty of a
mi- 1, nn a lir and sin,!l. upon cou -
i. I luii I ,ei-, -iif. lie tilled f..r each
! 'nl e i'1-y s'H-h oH'i'ii-e. a sum not
! !l",ri r.O or more than 10it
at. the discretion of the court, .to
gether with costs of prosecution..
Death at Louisville. '
Death came as a welcome re
lief to Mrs. George Delezene at a
little after 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon. She bad suffered from
that dreaded disease, cancer, for
about two years, had underwent
surgical operations, spent hun
dreds of dollars with specialists,
but at last had to come home and
wait for death to relieve her from
her suffering. The funeral occur
red at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon
from the Christian church, con
ducted by Elder Paldwin of Lin
coln. Interment was at River
A more extensive obituary
notice will appear in next week's
Courier. Louisville Courier.
Camping Party Returns.
A camping party from here en
joyed a delightful week at. Cedar
Creek. i?oing out last Tuesday and
returning this morning. Fishing
and boating made up the regular
order of business, but there were
many other things that made Tip
the week's pleasure, one of which
was supplying ravenous ap
petites with good things to eal.
Those in the party were: Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Tiilt. Mr. and Mrs. James
Johns, Misses Minnie Ifeinrich,
Anna Weidman, Ida We id man,
Messrs. , C.eorge Tartsch, Denny
Iliatt, I'aul Wohlfarlh and Ceorpfo '
John Thompson will go to
attend l!n- funeral, of David
llawkswui'l Ii, former supi:ri!iteiul
ei i of motive power -of tUe P.up
invjlnr.. Mc lblw'ksworlb was
will the ,,',1 n. M. r,.ad in the,
y day.-, in lie1 la-l years or
'id- In- i.-d a vlired life. ITe
a iiivi'ii ,r of or,,- 1 if 1 In- banks
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me, I , ;ti,"i of Hie town.
w a s
that on Hie
ll'. iiHn, Hie
con, lil ion and
leaving Ibe train,
received any in
juries, sas Ibe answer, they were
caused by bis own negligence.
A Popular Judge.
Probably the most popular
judge in Nebraska is Judge Travis
of Plattsmouth. He represents
Sarpy, Cass and Oloe counties and
was nominated on live tickets in
the late primary, there being no
candidate of any parly against
him. Tho Herald enjoys the dis
tinguished honor of having Judge
Travis on its list of personal
iirenus ami 01 neing a vigorous
booster for him in his first cam
paign for the judgeship four years
ago. Judge Travis hns the cour
age and manhood to perforin his
duty as he sees it, at all limes and
under all circumstances anil here
in virtue gets its reward. Lin
Mrs. James McCollouuh, daugh
ter, Marie, and mother, Mrs. Fred
Ohlenhausen. went to Wymore
Ibis morning, after visiting Mrs.
Henry Fuller here.
A Splendid Sermon.
Yesterday was Uev. Austin's
last sermon of the conference
ear, and his audience at the
Melhodisl church said that it was.
oen of the strongest that he had
ever preached. In Hie evening
there was an hour of sacred
music by the ';ee club, which was
beard by a large crowd.
lurrber Party at "Pivcrview."
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! lllii a lioil-e perl'
i-i:!ei'l;iin,-il a number of
uirl Iri-'inl- al a li.i.ibi-r
al "liiw-rv i.-w," lie jc home
ilh iVck. Tin eni ir,- li,,i;-e
ighti il w il li 11 1 1 1 -. whii-h
spread ,1 soli ami mellow light
over the room-. M ii-ie. -but b nral
ami inslruiiie'ilal, wa- rendered
in I he early part of I lie even iir.'.
1 ' a 1 1 s j 1 1 :.i all to he in a bapp mood
for I be lal ler pari oft I v eniiu.
Abmil midniuht a libl luncheon
was .served, alter which tin- house
was ilai M in d and liair-rai-in-:
Ulosl stories were told; not only
stories, but some of them were
experiences lealied by sol if
I he v nun;: ladies. About 1 o'clock
the boslesses look Hie Vollllg
ladies to the caudle lighted dining
room. Here a college (aide greet
ed ineir view ami an were nun 10
be sealed. The table was decor
ated with pennants, writing ma
terials, pen, ink. pencils and com
passes. School books were piled
up at the corner of the table and
each was told to hunt for small
cards which had been placed in
side. Much merriment was afford
ed when these were found, for
each found that in the morning
I hey had a duty to perform, such
as making beds, preparing break
fast, washing dishes, and the like.
The chatlng dish was then
brought forth and all helped to
make fudge. The young lady who
was then able to keep awake the
longest was to have the most
fudge, but no one was to be out
wit len bv the other, so it was
voted that it be equally divided
More music was then given and a
few pieces in elocution, after
which il was decided that all
should seek their bedrooms, so
that they might be up in time and
perform Iheir assigned dutie
H V hi
ki Least Cost-
cxnd Last Longest
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Mrs. Joseph I.angslon relnrned
to llavelock Ibis afternoon, hav
ing come here to attend Ibe
funeral of David llavvksvvorth.
She was a guest of Mrs. Thomas
Wiles while here.
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