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PROCEEDINGS OF THE .
I'lullHiiKMitli, Neb., Juno 17, 1912.
Hoard met Iti regular nemOon. 1'reH
nt: M. 1-. Krtedrlrli, C. It. .Ionian nnd
X K. Ileelxier, County CnmnilHHlonerx;
I). !. Moikiiii, County Clerk.
Mlnuti'H of pievlouH hcxmIiiii rend and
feIproved, when tli following IiuhIih-hi
wmm tiiuiMiictcd In regular form:
Tim following rlnlniM were ullowed
on the t ;!) in I fund:
W. 1 Krledrlrh, Mil la ry nnd ex-
fn of meeting Hoard of
;uull.ntloti $ U0.00
C. K. Ileelnier, Hillary and ex
nmiHH of meeting ltounl of
K'IiihII.hI Ion 20.30
C. it. Jul dun Hillary and ex
jx'Iihi' of meeting Hoard of
l)r. I;. I . CiiininliiN, (limine Min
nie 1'loeger g.00
J. M. l,eyda, liiHime Minnie
rloeger 3. 00
J 11 me b ItoliertHiin, Inmine Minnie
C I). guliitciii, IriHiino Minnie
Mm. Limine Done, wlttn'HH, Min
nie 1'loeger 2 10
TIIIIh 1'loeger, wltneHH, Min
nie I'lorger 2.10
Ir. K. V. Cook wltneHH, Min
nie 1'loeger 2.10
Dr. 10. I. CuinniliiM, liiHime At
lanta Cable g.00
J. M. Leydu Inxane Atlanta
Cable 3. 00
Mwior-r, iiuuri inwn, IIintlHO illllllllll
G. 1. CJulnUin, itiHuno Atlanta
Calde . . .' 42.91
W. A. linker, wltnt-HH, Atlanta
J. VV. lioliNon, wltneHH, Atlanta
George Smith, , wltneHH, Atlanta
J. II. ThriiHlinr, linlllff rerllflrnte lH.il)
NewH-lleiHld. printing Notlee of
Kiiiiill.at Ion 2.00
I)r. K. I. CuminlnH, In-line Anna
bel Moore 14. SO
J. M. Leyda, liiMane Annabel
JumeH liobertxon, liiHiine Annabel
C li. gulntoii inxane Annabel
Dr. It. K. Ilrendel, wltneHH, Anna
bel Mourn 2.80
Frank Moore, wltneHH, Annubel
Klopp ft Ilartlett Co., aupplieN to
County Superintendent 2.12
3. W. TliomaH, M. I ., aid to (ieo.
O. I'. Monroe, brooniH to County 1.05
Tim following eluinm weru allowed
on tlie Houd fund:
Waller H.vern, road work, rtoatl
UlHtrlit No. 27 $ 18.00
The winded messenger of today is the TOLL
LINE reaching ANYONE, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
Distance nnd time ore no longer factors to be con
tended with. You can travel from one place to an
other in seconds, at a far smaller cost, and with ab
solute satisfaction if you employ the modern method
Lincoln Telephone and
.., M. E. BRANTNtR, Local Manager
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
W. Tl. lliinnlnif. lumber. Iload
KlHtrlct No. 11 411.40
NehriiHka i Iowa Steel Tank
Co., culvert ltoad Dlntrlct
No. 1 17.39
J. 1 . I,omeyer. road work, ltoad
HlHtrlet No. 5 150.00
The followliiK clulmo were allowed
on the HrldKo fund:
Walter HyeiH, bridge work $ 18.60
V. II. ItiinnltiK brldKe hiinher.. 10II.40
Omaha Structurnl Steel Works.
brldKe material 10(1.04
(ieorKe l'olnall, bridge work.... 332.00
Hoard adjourned to meet June 18,
1 v 1 1.
It. C. MUliCSAN, County Clerk.
I'liittHinoutli. Neb.. .Tune IS. 1912.
Hoard met an per adjournment, with
nil mernberM prenent. The following
biiHlneHM was traiiHaeted In regular
CommlHHlonerH bad been to view the
proponed road hettliinlnK at lioad No
115 at N. K. eorner of N. W. U of N
M.U Sei'tlon 29-10-13, runnlnK thenoe
went one and onfi-quarter mile be
tween Sertlonn 20 and 29 and between
Sections 19 and 30 on Section line to
connect with road No. 179 at the
northwest corner of Section 30. Town
ship 10, ItaiiKe 13, and terminating: at
that point. To he known ait road No.
Vote on road iih follows; I'nanlmoiiH
HiriihiHt openlim road No. 373.
The following claims were allowed
on the (teneral fund:
A. J. Snyder, recording deed,
Nurd to Ciihh County $ 1.00
rlattsmouth Journal, uiliitliiu: to
The followlnHT clalma were allowed
on the Koail fund:
John lllrlz, road work, ltoad
lilstrlct No. 1 1 49.80
Mike I.utz. road work. Koad
IHHtrh t No. 1 212.93
Smith A Son, scraper for Koad
IHstrlct No. 1 19.7
Hoard ndjournvd to meet Tuesday,
June 2:, 1912.
Move on Now
savs a policeman to n street
crowd, and whacks heads if
don't. "Move on now." savs the
big, harsh mineral pills to bowel
congestion and suffering follows
Dr. King's New Life Pills don'
bulldoze the bowels. They gently
persuade them to right action
and health follows. 25c at F. O
Fricke & Co.
Don't forgetl The Journal
office It prepared to do all kinds
of fancy Job work. Give ut a trial
From Tuesday's Dally.
J r. Ii. F. Hrt'inlt'l rfturncd from
diiialiii 011 I he afternoon train to
day. I,. 1. Larson is t'liKat'd in
buildini.' a granary on the farm
f Louis Born, west of this city.
K. M. (iodwin, of near Murray,
and his daughter, Miss Mollvc,
Irovt- in from Mr. Godwin's home
William Ossenkop of Lnuis
illi' transacted business in this
ity today, having arrived on No.
Omnty Attorney (I. II. Taylor
ft, for J'anillion this morning to
10k after otlicial duties in the
district court of Sarpy county.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. II. K.
osier, at Union, Neb., June 18,
1!I1L', a baby frirl. Mrs. Foster is
a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. (i.
arson of this city.
Mrs, Frank Ilhoden and Mrs.
I, V. Shrader came up from
Murray Ibis inorniiiK and boarded
the early train for Omaha, where
they spent the day.
Senator W. 13. Banning nnd wife
were 111 tne city yesterday, having
motored up from their home at
nil ia to look after business mat
ters for a short, Unit'.
Mrs. Malt Sulser and Mrs. John
Ilirz accompanied Mrs. llolschuh
o lr. Clifford's olllce in Omaha
this morning, where she expected
to have her eyes operated upon.
Mrs. Ira Bales and two children
eturned from Omaha last even
ing on No. 2, where .she had taken
er lit lie son last Saturday to
undergo an operation 011 his nose.
James Fitzgerald returned to
his home at Bridgeport, Neb., Ibis
morning, having been called here
on account of the sickness and
death of his brother, James Fitz
A. (. (iodwin and wife of Oma
ha arrived this morning and will
be guests of his parents, H. M.
!odwin and wife, for a few days
and attend the wedding of Miss
Judge II. I). Travis departed
for l'apillion, Neb., yesterday afl-
rnoon, where he will convene Ihe
listricl court today. It, is prob
able that the mailer of a cange of
venue in the cases against SherilT
llyers and Chief Briggs may be
Hoy I'epperberg, who has been
spending a couple of days in
l'laltsmouth looking after busi
ness mailers, departed for Iowa
on the morning tram today. Hoy
reports his father as feeling
somewhat improved over his con
dition of a week or so ago. Mr.
I'epperberg, sr., expects to go to
California before long for a few
From Wednesday' Dally.
Peter llalmes was in Ihe city to
day, having driven in from his
farm on a business errand.
Miss Myrta B. Porter, a teacher
in the Denver schools, is in the
cily visiting the home folks.
Mrs. Will Ruminel and son
drove in from the farm this morn
ing lo look after some shopping.
E. M. Ciodwin, from near Mur
ray, was a Plattsmouth visitor to
day, driving up from his home
George Snyder of west of My-
nard drove in this morning ' and
transacted business with Plaits-
D. J. Pitman of Murray came
up on the early train this morning
and attended to business matters
in the county seat.
Walter Vallery of near Mynard
drove in this morning and trans
acted some business with Platts
mouth business men.
Karl Lewis of Los Angeles ar
rived this morning with the re
mains of his mother, Mrs. Georgo
Dodd, for interment here.
Miss Grctchen Boock of South
Omaha, a grandnieco of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Boock, is visiting at
the Boeck homo for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Parkening
returned from Omaha last, even
ing, where, they have visited their
daughter, Mrs. HalYke, for 11 few
Mrs. George Warner nnd
daughter, Theressa, drove in from
their home this morning and
boarded the early train for the
Mrs. J. h. Wiles nnd Miss
Elizabeth Spangler went to Oma
ha on the morning train today to
attend the state Sunday school
Mrs. W. II. Heil and daughters,
Misses Mayme and Adelia, depart
ed for Chicago on No. 2 last even
ing, where they will visit friends
for two weeks.
iienry uaugiunan and son,
Harry, wrcro IMattsmouth visitors
yesterday afternoon and transact
ed business with some of the
The Baltimore special will pass
through IMattsmouth about 7
o'clock Saturday afternoun,
starting at Lincoln via Omaha to
Frank Sheldon of Nehawka and
the heirs of Levi C. l'ollard motor
ed up from their native village
yesterday afternoon and attended
to business in the district court.
Harry Smith and wife and
daughters were passengers to
Omaha on the morning train to
day, where they spent the day
looking after business matters.
II. II. Fngelkeniier, II. F. Kngel
kemier and Jacob Kreger drove
in from their home and boarded
the morning train for Omaha,
where they were called on busi
ness. Judge M. Archer and A. S. Will
depart Saturday in company
with V. 1). Wheeler for Baltimore
to take in the democratic conven
tion, which convenes on the 25th
Mrs. Anna Spreck, who has
been paying a visit of a few days
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Albert, departed for her home at
Pilger, Neb., yesterday morning
J. I). Mc Bride returned to Oma
ha on Ihe morning train today,
having visited the W. I). Wheeler
farewell meeting last night and
spent part of the night at the
home of his brother-in-law, C. S.
Mrs. Slanlield Ralston of Kan
sas City and little daughter will
arrive toniglU lo be guests of
Mrs. Halslon's grandparents, W.
1). Jones and wife. Mr. Jones is
looking forward to a visit with
his great-granddaughter, little
Miss Ralston, with much pleasant
Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs.
After a frightful coughing spell
a man in Neenah, Wis., felt ter
rible pains in bis side and his
doctor found two ribs bad been
broken. What agony Or. King's
New Discovery would have saved
him. A few leaspoonsful ends a
late cough, while persistent use
routs obstinate coughs, expels
stubborn colds or heals weak, sore
lungs. "I feel sure it's a Clod
send lo humanity," writes Mrs.
Kllle Morton, Columbia, Mo., "for
I believe I would have consump
tion today if I had not used this
great remedy." It's guaranteed to
satisfy? and you can get a free
trial bid tie for 50 cents or 91. 00
size at F. O. Fricke & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waugh de
parted for Lincoln on the morn
ing train today, where I hey will
visit friends for a couple of days.
It is rumored among railway men
that Mr. Waugh will soon be
transferred to a passenger run,
with headquarters at Lincoln. We
would be sorry to lose two such
genial people as Bert and Mrs.
Waugh, but of course will have
to submit if it is lo increase his
Makes the Nation Gasp.
The awful list of injuries on a
Fourth of July staggers humanity.
Set out against it, however, is the
wonderful healing by Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, of thousands, who
suffered from burns, cuts, bruises,
bullet wounds or explosions. It's
the quick healer of boils, ulcers,
eczema, sore lips or piles. 25 cts.
at F. G. Fricke & Co.
THEY PUT AN END TO IT.
Charles Sable, 30 Cook St.,
Rochester, N. Y., says he recom
mends Foley Kidney Pills at every
opportunity because they gave
him prompt relief from a bad case
of kidney trouble that had long
bothered him. Such a recom
mendation, coming from Mr.
Sable, is direct and convincing
evidence of the great curative
qualities of Foley Kidney Pills.
For sale by F. G. Fricko & Co.
Miss Kaufmann Elected.
At a meeting of the school
board Monday night, Miss Marie
Kaufmann was elected instructor
of penmanship for the city schools
next year, to give two and a half
hours' instruction per week. Miss
Kaufmann is a graduate of the
Fremont school of penmanship
and a very clever user of the pen.
Posts and Wood for Sale.
A quantity of good bur oak
posts, and a large supply of good
ldock wood for sale. For further
particulars see Bower & Kino
incn, one mile south and one and
one-half miles west of Cullom
Miss Beth Jackson and her
friend, Miss Norn Harnett, of
Glenwood, departed for Omaha on
the morning train today, where
thev will visit Miss Jackson's
home for a time.
Items of Interest to Journal Readers Will Be Received at the Drug Stoi
Fay Parsell of Lincoln visited
friends here Sunday.
Miss Stella Sheesely was shop
ping in Lincoln Thursday.
Charles M. Jordan was in Lin
coln Friday between trains.
Grandma Foreman is visiting
this week with Mrs. Sam Cashner.
Ed Casey went to Omaha Mon
day evening with a car of stock.
G. I. Foreman has made the
purchase of an Overland touring
Mrs. J. Kendall of Weston, Neb.,
visited old friends here over Sun
day. Mrs. Clarence Curyea and
daughter were Lincoln visitors
Miss Marie Slroemer went to
Lincoln on business Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner
spent Sunday with Mr. vuid Mrs.
The Murdock ball team came
up Saturday and defeated our boys
by a score of 5 to 3.
Mrs. Bina Kitzel visited her
daughter, Mrs. Albert Weicbel, of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cole of Have
lock spent Saturday and Sunday
with home folks here.
Mr. Anderson of Weeping Wa
ter visited at the home of Mrs.
Ella Prouty over Sunday.
Miss Violet Ough of Lincoln
came down Saturday to visit her
sister, Mrs. J. A. Shaffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Waller Batten of
Wavorly were here Sunday as
guests of Mrs. Belle Bennett.
Miss Christine Rosenow of
Elmwood spent Sunday with her
cousin, Miss Esther Rosenow.
Bert Kiixel and Sam Jordan en
joyed Saturday and Sunday with
friends and relatives at Murray.
Paul Thurreson of University
Place was a guest of Miss Grayee
Foreman Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner, jr.,
of University Place spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dreamer.
Misses Hetlie Turner and Flos
sie Strain of Bethany were Sun
day guests of Mrs. I). A. Vincent.
Miss Edith Foreman returned
Thursday from a week's visit with
friends at Valpariso and Cheney.
Elliott Small and Dorotha
Goudale of Lincoln visited at the
home of Charles Kirkpatrick this
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klyver are
the porud parents of a little
daughter, born Thursday, June
Miss Cecil Newkirk is visiting
this week at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Aron Pailing, at Green
Mrs. E. M. Stone went to Elm
wood Monday to visit her sister,
Mrs. Albert, Wciehel, for a few
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parsell, Mrs.
Bud Groves and Miss Emilv
Strong were capital city visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waitt of Ans-
ley, Neb., visited several days with
Mrs. Wait's parents, Mr. and
J. L. Snavely made a business
trip to Lincoln Tuesday.
WHEN you decide that you need
a new suit just remember that we will put you
in touch with every conceivable shade, pattern
and model that's worth considering. A big feature
here is a lot of fine pure worsted suits safe in dye, un
shrinkable, unpuckerable guaranteed at .
Miss Florence Mason of Oma
ha visited Miss Flora Hoyles for
several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Ellison of
Prairie Home visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Manners.
Alex Skiles left the first of the
week for a brief visit with rela
tives at Fort Madison, Iowa.
Mrs. John Myrtey and mother,
Mrs. E. J. Price,. visit ed Mr. and
Mrs. George Towb; at Wabash
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Boyles and
mother, Mrs. Hadley, of Lincoln,
visited at the home of Mrs. S. C.
Boyles this week.
Mrs. John Murtey and mother,
Mrs. E. J. Price, of Clay Center,
Neb., were in Omaha Tuesday ami
Wednesday of last week.
Mrs. Andrew Sutton and daugh
ter, Miss Kate, went to Lincoln
Tuesday morning lo attend camp
meeting at Epworth park.
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliam Lewis left
Thursday for an extended visit at
O'Neil, Neb., with their daughter,
Mrs. A. Dimmitt and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barrett and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hurlbut of
Greenwood were Sunday guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armstrong.
The Misses Embree and Chen
worth of University Place were
guests from Saturday until Mon
day of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Curyea.
Mrs. M. C. Keefer and son, Don,
returned Saturday to their home
at Lilchlleld, Neb., after visiting
the past two weeks with relatives
S. M. Price and family and Mrs.
E. J. Price of Clay Center, Neb.,
visited last week at Ihe home of
the latter's daughter, Mrs. John
Irwin Knott, returned home
Wednesday from Prairie Home,
where he has been visiting his
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Hazel Foreman returned
home from Haveluck Saturday
morning, where she had been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl Cole
and family, for several days.
Mrs. W. S. Jordan, while in the
cellar early Tuesday morning, had
the misfortune to break her limb
just above Ihe ankle hy tripping
over a board. Dr. Mulr attended
Mrs. Harry Appleman and
daughler, Miss Marie, came down
from Lincoln Friday for an ex
tended visit with Mrs. Appleman's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Upte
grove. Miss Ethel Reed went to
Wnverly Sunday to visit her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Penn,
for a short time. Miss Reed will
attend the Wfsleyan summer
Miss Nettie Willis has resigned
her position as clerk for Dream
er & Cashner and left Monday for
her home at Prairie Home. O.
Baldwin will fill the vacancy left
by Miss Willis.
Attorney Sam H. Imms of Lin
coln was a business caller in the
eily between trains today.
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