The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, May 09, 1912, Image 7

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J (Special Correspondent.)
Oorge Hite visited home
near Alvo Sunday.
Miss Rose Worth was a
senger to Omaha Monday.
Miss Coder, music teacher, of
Lincoln, was in town Monday.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Klemine, a daughter, on May 2.
The Ladies Aid society met with
Mrs. Tuck Vendenberg Wednes
day. Miss Thorpe and Miss Gieseker
visited with relatives in Lincoln
Mrs. George Melvin and dangh,
ter, Jessie, were shopping in Oma
ha Tuesday.
Will lloelters went lo Ithaca
Saturday for a short visit with
Gilbert Williamson and tlaugh-
ier, rem, 01 Jsyracuse, was in
town Tuesday.
Miss Lyda Sorick visited with
friends in Omaha from Friday
until Monday evening.
win i.euicnens aim wile were
guests of the tatter's parents, Mr
and Mrs. Schweppe, on Sunday.
Miss Hertha Bornemiery re
turned Monday evening from
short visita in Platlsmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Love Beall and
daughter, Mable, of Iowa visited
over Sunday with relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Heall re
turned to their liome in Omaha
Sunday evening, after a few days'
visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwert
and daughter, Marvel, spent Sun
day evening with Paul Schewe and
Harry Williams and family of
Elmwood passed through town
Tuesday evening in I heir new
touring car.
The H. N. A. gave a May parly
Tuesday evening to their families.
A program was give nand a lovely
lunch was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Besack and
son, Marcus, of Sarpy county,
were guests of relatives here Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorder and
daughter, Helen and Dorothy f
AVeeping Water were guests of
I'aul Schewe and family Sunday.
Miss Nora I'veland and niece,
Miss Merle Guslin, of Elmwood,
left last Friday for an extended
trip through Iowa, Illinois and
Misses Thorpe, Gieseker. and
Selma Branckle, our charming
school teachers, were entertained
at supper on Tuesday evening at
the Heickman home south of town.
Owen Marshall, sr., is a little
improved. His wife, with his two
sisters and brothers arrived on
the midnight tlyer Monday night
from Coshockton, Iowa.
The eighth grade examination
have been received. The follow
ing from No. 36 passed: Bernard
Stone, Irene Jones, Sidney Good-
fellow and Lawrence Lee. The
ones who did not pass in the first
examination will be allowed to
take a second examination May 5)
and 10.
To the Ladies of Plattsmouth and
We wish to announce that our
expert trimmer, Miss Leona
Bryant, will not be with us only
for a short time, and in order to
do justice to our dear patrons in
the city, as well as in the country,
we feel it is our duty to make this
announcement and give our
friends a chance. Anyone wishing
a hat made or trimmed by our
expert trimmer will please call at
their earliest convenience and
secure their hats, as the season is
rapidly drawing to a close.
Our large force of lady clerks
will be glad to meet you and show
you through every department
and point out lo you the great
bargains we are now offering dur
Just think of it, what a handy
store this is for everybody. Here
is where you can buy your Dry
Goods, Notions, Ladies' Furnish
ings of all kinds, Cloaks and Suits
Separate Skirts, Shirt Waists
Underskirts, Muslin Underwear
and Readv-to-Year Dresses from
a Wash Dress to a Silk Dress.
Our Children s Dresses are the
talk of the town.
Now just, about three steps to
your right you can walk through
our archway and you will find
yourself in our Great Clothing
and Gents' Furnishing Depart
ment. Also Shoes for Men, Worn,
en, Eoys and Girls and Children.
This space does not, permit us to
enumerate all I he items we carry
in this establishment, but we can
conscientiously say that, you cau
save many a dollar and many a
step by visiting our store, for you
can clothe your whole family from
a child to a man or woman with
out, trolling around from one
store to another lo find what you
Besides this, your dollar in our
store will do double duty to your
i self. Very truly yous,
liam Kelly Fox today and also
placed his name stamp on the
guest book at the IMattsmouth
L. C. W. Murray drove up from
the farm this morning and board-
d the early train for Omaha,
where he went to consult the eye
pecialist. Mr. Murray's sight is
improving all the time.
Ben Heckman and Louis Rein-
ackel were county seat visitors
today. Mr. Beckman, being road
overseer in his precinct, desired
to consult the commissioners of
the county on some important
J. M. Barkhurst of Union and
his brother, C. B. Barkhurst, of
Weeping Water, transacted busi
ness in the county seat today and
dined at the Perkins hotel. J. M.
played baseball with Landlord
Corey almost thirty years ago.
Miss Marjorie Aguevv of Los
Angeles, California, arrived yes
terday and will be a guest of her
grandmother, Mrs. C. II. Parmele,
for a month, when she will de
part for a trip to Europe to meet
her cousins, the Misses A I wood,
and return home with them later
- , i
The Avoca Department
News Item Gathered Each Week by a Special Reporter for Thl Department of the Semi-Weekly Journal
(Special Correspondence.) J
Mr. Wehley Barr remains about
the same.
Miss Gussie Hoham is now able
to be out of doors.
Mrs. Earl Howard has returned
home from the hospital
ler. Jones reports that Luella
Armstrong is much better.
George Walling visited his
brother in Palmyra last week.
Mrs. Louis Horning and chil
dren went to Ashland Tuesday.
Mrs. Stone and family will de
part for Fremont Thursday.
Mrs. Louis Horning of Davey is
visiting Mrs. Cline and Mrs. Dr.
Preparations are being made
for the senior graduation ex
Mrs. Waller Marshall is report,
ed some heller, but is still not. out
of danger.
A gnat or some other small in
sect got into Donald Sheffer's eye
and poisoned it Tuesday.
Dr. Jones reports a baby girly
at Thomas Carl's. Bolh mother
and little one are doing fine.
Dr. Jones called Dr. Kirkpalrick
of Ashland in consolation at Wes
ley Barr's Tuesday evening.
Miss Florence llayden of Lin-
V. ZUCKER, Manager.
From Tuesday' Dally.
Kelly llhoden, from near Mur
ray was a Plaltsmoulh visitor to
day. Clerk of the Court James Rob
ertson was an Omaha passenger
E. M. Godwin drove in from the
farm this morning and transacted
business in the city.
John Fight looked afler busi
ness matters in the metropolis
yesterday, returning on No. 2 last
James Niday and Lennie McVey
of Union ami John Whileman of
Nehavvka transacted business in
I he county seat today.
B. B. Daniher was a passenger
to Omaha on the morning train
today, where he was called on
business of importance.
County Surveyor Palleron,
with Joe Smith as chain-bearer
staked off the new l'oad through
the land of Mr. M. Nord lo Ihe
new bridge.
Dr. Gilmore and W. A. Srnll.,
Ihe M. P. agent at Murray, were.
From Thursday's Dally.
William Gillespie of Mynard
made a business trip to Omaha
yesterday, returning on No. 2 last
lvl lrilscn ami wire drove in
from the farm yesterday after
noon ami did some shopping at
the slores.
John Bergman of Mt. Pleasant
precinct drove in from his home
yesterday and attended to some
business matlers in the county
J. F. Kaeger of Cedar Creek was
attending to some business mat
ters in this city loday and called
at this office and renewed his
uhserrplion for another year.
Hand Mall ol .vetiavvka came up
on trie i'. iasi nigiu and spent
the night in the county seat, re
I urning lo his home 1 his morning',
accompanied by County! Commit
sioner C. E. Ileebner.
J. P. Wolf, W. J. Schneider and
Waller Conner, all of Cedar ('reek,
were over-night visitors in the
city, departing for Glenvvood on
No. (i this morning on a business
Park Chriswisser and wife of
Dunbar arrived last evening and
v isited his parents, Bennett Chris
wisser and wife, over night. Park
will move to Platlsmouth provided
he can find a -suitable house which
he can rent reasonably.
Attorneys Rawls and Robertson
returned from Papillion last
evening, where they recovered a
verdicl in Ihe district court for
their client against the American
Exchange Bank of Papillion for
$ 1,288. The action was one for
damages for deceit, the plaintiff
being Phill'ips and Jarman.
P. Goos is having some ex
tensive repairs made on his hotel
at Ihe corner of Main and Third
streets. The stairs, which have
been in for 27 years, are being re
built, the steps having worn from
an inch and a half to less than
half an inch in some jnstances. L
G. Larson is the mechanic having
the contract on this job.
Fishing tackle at Copes.
The baseball season is on.
The ice man is getting busy.
The farmers are busy planting
Attending the band concert
Tuesday evening.
T. II. Cromwell was down from
Lincoln this week.
Dr. J. F. Brcndel was here from
Murray Wednesdav.
Louise Ruhge is assisting at
the postolllce at present.
Mrs. Fred McGrady was at
Weeping Water Salurdav.
Alice Gocsrtt and children have
returned to their home at Farnam.
Samuel Johnson and wife were
at Omaha Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Behrns
were Omaha nasscnirers Thurs
Mrs. L. J. Marquardt and
daughter were at Weeping Water
J. C. Zimmerer, wife and son,
were at Omaha a few days last
Busch & Nutzman have made a
new concrete foundation for their
lime house.
A l it lie social dance was given
at the home of Dick Neumeister
Saturday evening.
Mrs. Smoots and daughter,
Bertha, were at Lincoln a couple
of days last week.
Mrs. W. I. Smoots and Mrs.
Joseph Secal started for a trip to
Indiana Wednesday.
Mrs. Durham and Harvey Mad-
sen returned. Tuesday evening
from Iheir Iowa visit.
Charles Jenkins and wife enter.
lained relatives from Manley and
Broken Bow Sunday.
i-nanes 11. iiuscti was Here
from Nebraska City Wednesday
visiting his brother, John.
II. A. Ruhge, one of our pros
perous tanners, went to Syracuse
Tuesday to see Ihe elephant.
Mrs. W. A. llollenberger and
Mrs. Weaver were Lincoln shop
pers several days last week.
Peter Hanson went to Omaha
Wednesday to consult, an eye
specialist in regard lo his eyes.
Contractor Smoots has a force
of men at work making cement
blocks for Ihe new opera house.
Quite a crowd was out lo the
band concert Tuesday evening.
The boys make some good music.
have the fishing
Ice Cream at Copes'
. D.
coin visited a few days with her ' business callers in the city this
mint, Mrs. Dr. Jones, last week.
Monday was Ihe last night of
the revival meetings at the M. E.
church, and Rev. Bufl'urn and his
wife have returned to Iheir home.
morning and boarded the morn
ing train for Omaha.
We are now handling a complete
line of coal. Call and let us quote you
prices for your fall and winter coal.
We handle wheat, oate, corn and
chop of all kindn.
Ind. Telephone 297
Nelson Jean & Go.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Glen Perry of Eight Mile Grove
was in Ihe city this morning look
ing after some items of business
at I lie stores.
Commissioners Friedrich, Jor
dan and Heebner boarded No. i
this morning for Omaha, where
Ihey went on county business.
M. J. Feenan of Omaha is in Ihe
city and today erected a monu
ment on the Kennedy family lot
in the Holy Sepulclier cemetery.
Fred Guenther visited the me
Iropolis this morning for Ihe pur
post' of bringing down a team of
horses which M. E. Manspeaker
purchased there.
T. E. Todd drove in from Ihe
farm this afternoon and boarded
No. 23 for the metropolis, where
he looked after business mailers
for a few hours.
Andrew Jackson Seaman of
Omaha called on his friend, Wil-
Slow Progress.
It seems incredible how slowly,
in some resperls, the people
progresses. Superstition, preju
dice and laziness keep the people
back. How little do Ihey know of
their own body, of useful nn
harmful habiJsI Many well know
what hurts lh'in, but, do not. avoid
it. They should at least know
how the damage can quickly b
repaired. Of the most harmful
habits, unreasonable eating and
drinking is Ihe worst. To reslori
the poor stomach and the weak
ened intestines o their normal
strength, nothing is better than
Triner's American Elixir of Bitter
Wine. It removes all injurious
mailer fro mlhe digestive system,
strengthens Ihe bowels lo pre
vent a quick return of the I rouble,
regulates the action of all organs.
It should be employed in all dis
eases of Ihe stomach, Ihe liver
and Ihe intestines. Al drug stores
Jos. Triner. i:m-l3:).) So. Ash.
land Ave., Chicago, III.
Ralph Graham and Peter Jorg-
ensen attended Masonic, lodge at
Weeping Waler Monday evening.
The pupils of the Berlin High
school, assisted by a few outsid
ers, gave a play al. the Avoca
opera house Saturday evening en
titled "Diamonds and Hearts.
The parts were well played and
showed that a great deal of work
and training had been given to
Ihe play. Those laking part were
delightful young people and we
should be glad lo see Iheni come
The community was shocked
Wednesday afternoon by the sud-
en death of Henry Behrns, jr.,
of Avoca. Mr. Behrns had been
sick only since Monday evening
and his illness was not regarded
as serious. The death occurred
at his home in Avoca between 1
and 5 o'clock. No funeral ar
rangements have been made as
yet. Mr. Behrns was of the new
firm of Behrns A Maseman. Be
leaves a widow, two small sons
and a daughter lo murn his loss.
Mr. Behrns was of a jolly, genial
disposition ami will be missed
ami regrelled by all who knew
drug store.
For those, aching feet use
S. Foot Soap.
Charles Halstou was down from
Weeping Water Tuesday.
Don't forget the band concert
every Tuesday evening.
John II. Busch and family were
at Weeping Water Sunday.
Vilas Sheldon was over from
his Nehavvka home Monday.
Edward Wulf was v isiting rela
tives near Platlsmouth Ibis week.
Clarence TelTt and family were
hero from Weeping Water Sun
day. John Mohr and wife were over
from his Syracuse home Wed
nesday. G. F. and Benjamin Mohr and
C. D. Maseman and wife were at
Syracuse Sunday.
Prof. John Branigan and II. II.
Marquardt were Lincoln visitors
Friday evening.
Clyde Jenkins and Edward
Fleshman were here from Manley
Tuesday evening.
Peter Jorgensen has sold his
slock business at Weeping Wa
ter lo Charles Ralston.
Paint your house and barn with
Sherwin-Williams Paint. Copes,
tin druggist, has it in slock
Ward Pittman was al Omaha
Wednesday and Thursday visiting
his brother, Corda and family.
Mrs. J. M. Dunbar visited her
sisler al. Nehavvka Friday. She
reports Mrs. Palmer as gelling
along nicely.
Henry Fran.en is nursing a
lame fool as a result of getting
mixed up with a saw at Yelte's
lumber camp.
Klnier Corbin is supplying the
garden owners with fine lomalos,
cabbage and mango pepper plants
which he raised in hotbeds.
Hal Garnet returned home
Thursday evening from Ihe navy,
having served his full lime. His
many friends were glad lo wel
come him home again.
Eugene llensley, Silas Everett
and Vincent Smoots helped the
Berlin High school baseball Irani
defeat Ihe Nehavvka learn at Ne
hawkn Saturday.
' James Everett is now ready lo
do your rement work, such as
foundations, sidewalks, elc. If
you are in need of anything in this
line give him a call. He guar
anlces satisfaction.
The shirk left a 10-pound boy
at the bulcher shop Monday, May
0. John is resting a little easier
today and the doctor says Dial
with careful nursing he may re
cover. Mrs. Schmidt and baby
are doing nicely.
The lloyal Neihbor Circle inel
wilh Mrs. Dick Neumeisler last
rrjday. A nice crowd was pres
ent. A delightful Hindi was
served and a good time was re
porled by those present.
E. L. Shackley has purchase
Hie meat market at Dunbar am
look possession Monday. The
family will not go for a couple of
weeks. They will be missed by
our citizens, who wish them suc
cess in their new venture.
Miss i Pearl Harmon quit her
position ol Maseman's V. Behrns'
general store Saturday evening.
Mrs. Buss will lake her place. The
many friends of Penrl will miss
her pleasant, face back of the
counter, but what is our loss will
he another's gain.
The baseball season was open
ed here Salurdav wilh a game be
tween Ihe locals and Weeping
Waler. The home learn played in
niidscason form and had the
Weeping Waler nlavers ei,anitf
outclassed. The scire u-n o n
in favor of Avoca.
The large farm house of John
Benecke, two miles south of town,
was burned lo the ground Wed
nesday afternoon about 2 o'clock
The origin of Ihe the is unknown
as it started in a room where
there had been no lire and could
not have been, for there was no
chimney in the room. It is quite
a loss to Mr. Benecke, as he had
'"ily 2,noo insurance on the
house and none on Ihe furnitpre.
Will Get Artificial Hands.
William P. Allbee of Glenvvood,
who lost both hands bv hnvino-
I hem cut oil under the car wheels
of a Burlington freight nt Alliance
a lew months ago, left last night
on No. 2 for Kansas City, where
he will probably procure artificial
hands. Will was accompanied by
his falher, o. s. Allbee, an ex'
soldier of the Union army, who
lost a leg in the battle of Resaea,
Georgia, in 18o3.
I (Special Correspondence.)
Corn planting has begun in
Ibis coniinunily.
Mrs. Corbet spent Tuesday af
ternoon with Mrs. Charles Heiien.
vmie a number from this
locality attended the circus at
Plaltsmoulh Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gansemer
spent Sunday at Ihe home of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Gansemer.
Two more new automobiles for
this community. Charles Engel
kenrier and William Philpot. nre
Ihe lucky ones.
He Reads the Meters.
J. W. Jones, a young man of
21 summers, but, of six years' ex
perience in reading meters, has
accepted the position of assistant
in the office of the light company.
Mr. Jones is a genial young man,
n pleasant fellow to meet, and will
give every consumer of gas a
square deal.
Hogs Wanted.
Wauled lo buy, some shoals,
weigh ling from 50 (o 1 00 pounds.
See J. P. Falter, Coales' Block.
"Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil is the
best, remedy for that oflen fatal
disease croup. It has been used
wilh success in our family for
eight years." Mrs. L. Whiteacre,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Forest Rose Flour. The next
lime you need a sack of flour try
a sack. You will find it the be9t
on the market.
Mrs. John
Gould visited
Halt nnd Mrs. B.
Ihe metropolis Ibis
Herman Grcodor,
Graduate Vetineary Surgeon
(Formerly with U. S. Department
Licensed by Nebraska State
Calls Answered Promptly
Phone 378 White, Plattsmouth
For a mild, easy action of the
bowels, try Doan's Regulels, a
modern laxative. 25c. ot all slores.
Live Stock Dealer
Nchawka, Nebraska
is ready to make you the most liberal
otter on anything you have lor sale in
the stock line.
Get His Prices Before Selling
SOME sports are more stren
uous than the good clothes game;
but none of them give more satisfaction to
everybody concerned. Especially when you
get into our clothes. They're for winners;
they make winners. Here are all the best
things of the season ready for you.
Suits $10 to $30
Manhattan Shirts
Stetson Hat