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Passes Away at Her Home This
Morning, After an Illness of
From Wednesday's Dally.
Mrs. John Polccek died at her
home on West Vine street at 2
(( (lock tins morning alter an ill
ness of several months, but was
not considered dangerously sick
until the past two weeks.
Gelia Jirousek was born in
Moravia, Austria, July 12, 18G3,
and had she survived until July 12
next would have been h(J years of
age. She came to America after
attaining her majority and settled
in this city, where her sister re-
ided. In 1888 she was married
((John Palccck and with her hus
band made her home in this city
until the time of her death. Her
husband and six children survive
to mourn her loss the children be
ing: Anna, Gelia, John, Pauline,
rank and Lillian. Also two sis
ters survive, Mrs. Anton Svoboda
of IMattsmouth and Mrs. James
Patterson of Sedan, Kansas. The
deceased will be missed from a
large circle of friends and neigh-
lors, who will sincerely mourn
icr death. She was a faithful
wife and mother, an obliging
neighbor an a loyal friend and a
The funeral will occur Friday
morning at in ociock irom trie
Holy Hosary Catholic church.
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Ben Lehman returned last Sun
day morning from a several days'
business trip in South Iakota.
Miss Marguerite and frvia Mun
Ker made a visit with some of
their young friends at Elniwood
Misses Minnie and Mary Alt
house have gone to Ulica to spend
a few weeks' visiting with rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. John Peterson returned
last Saturday from Irwin, Iowa,
where she had spent two weeks
visiting with relatives nnd friends.
William Oclsrhlagcr went to
Lincoln Monday and returned in
I ho evening with a new seven
passenger Albotl-Delroit auto
mobile. (leorge Oberle arrived home
Sunday morning from Alliance,
where he had spent several days
looking after some land he owns
J. W. Burdick and wife of Itcs
mei, S. D., arrived last week to
make a visit with relatives and
numerous iriemts in and near
Frank Olson returned to Omaha
on Monday afternoon, after liav
inff spent several days visiting
with his mother nnd other rela
lives and friends.
Charles Heniier, V. P. Yolio,
Max Spahnle and Art Remaly went
to Ulica Tuesday to look at some
fire-light ing apparatus, with a
view of purchasing something to
tight fire with.
Old Settlers' Picnic.
The cit izens of Union held their
llrst annual meeting to make
preparations for the Old Settlers'
picnic last evening. The dates
were placed on the 23d and 2ith
of August, Friday and Saturday.
A general and executive coin-
mil lee was appointed, composed
of live members, of which J. T.
Reynolds was chosen president
and J. 1). Bramble!!, vice president,
with three other members of the
committee, who will have full
iiower. This committee will look
after and have full charge of the
business connected with the pic
nic. This is the event that all the
old settlers of the counlv look
forward to as the one meeting of
How Would This Work?
It would be a wise stroke on the
pari of the carnival management
to locale the carnival on the base
ball park and charge 10 cents ad
mission to the grounds. We be
lieve the receipts for the week
could be increased several hun
dred dollars more than if held up
town. By paying I he ball associa
lion a certain per cent we believe
this arrangement could be made
and very satisfactory to all con
cerned. Don't you think this
proposition a fair one?
Threshing Machine for Sale.
iaar-Scott 13 h.-p. engine, J. I.
Case Seperator, 32, 50 rear. In
running order and under shed.
Will sell or trade for stock or
town property. See T. W. Vallery,
Murray, Neb., or write me at
ogallala, Neb. Frank Vallery.
A Plain Talk
You properly expect the best telephone service
and the best business treatment.
Fair criticism of our service and business meth
ods is, sincerely invited.
We try to accord you the same equitable and
considerate treatment as is rendered to customers in
any well-managed private business.
To the end that we may give you the best ser
vice known to the telephone practice, we have al
tered our equipment and improved our operating
methods to accord to the most advanced methods in
IRS. JOHN PALECEK
May Close at 6 O'Clock.
During the months of July and
ugusl. there is strong talk of
trying to prevail upon the mer
chants to close their stores at (5
o'clock. Mr. E. Willi, president
if the llelail Merchants associa
ion in the city, is in favor of I he
plain and will use his influence to
iring it about. The trade between
(i and 7 o'clock is usually light at
best, and the patrons could as well
purchase every needed article
prior to ii, as most people, are at
their evening meal at that hour.
Let the good work go on, anil
everybody close at 0 for the two
Ind months and give the clerks a
chance to put on the tan. The
clothing stores are in for it and
the dry goods and groceries may
as well fall in line.
Charles Countryman in Town.
Prom Wednesday's Dally.
Charles Countryman, one of the
prosperous young farmers of Mt.
Pleasant precinct, was a Platts
mouth visitor for a short lime
this morning, having driven in to
get the early train to Omaha. Mr.
Countryman reports the wheat
harvest as coming on and will
probably be commenced the last
of the week or the first of next.
There was no wheat harvested in
his neighborhood last week and
none so far this week. Corn is
backward, owing to the poor
stand, insects and cold weather
of some weeks ago, but some
fields are looking good.
Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs.
After a frightful coughing spell
a man in Neenah, Wis., felt ter
rible pains in his side and Ijis
doctor found two ribs had been
broken. What agony Dr. King's
New Discovery would have saved
him. A few teaspoonsful ends a
late cough, while persistent use
routs obstinate coughs, expels
stubborn colds or heals weak, sore
lungs. "I feel sure it's a (iod
send to humanity," writes Mrs.
Eflie 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 bottle for 50 cents or $1.00
size at F. d. Fricke & Co.
Pleased With Crop Outlook.
Judge Newell returned from a
trip to St. Joseph, Missouri, today
and was pleased with the outlook
for crops. He went down by way
of Falls City a couple of days ago.
The wheat between here and St.
Joseph on the Nebraska side will
be good, although it is shorter
straw than usual, yet, the heads
are good length and well filled. No
harvesting is being done along
Ihe line yet, but will begin right
away as some of the fields were
ripe. Corn looked well in some
fields, while in others it was
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Bridge Contract Awarded.
From Wednesday' Dally.
As advertised in the Journal,
the county commissioners met
yesterday and opened and dis
cussed bids for the construction
of bridges in Cass county for the
year ending July 1, 1913. Com
petition was lively, there being no
ess than eleven bidders for the
work. The contract was awarded
to (he Nebraska Construction
company of Lincoln', Ihey being
the lowest bidders. The other bid
ders were: Massillon Bridge and
Structural company of Massillion,
Ohio; II. T. Ward & Co., of
Tecumseli, Neb.; Empire Bridge
Co. of Omaha; Western Bridge
and Construction Co., Omaha;
Boeck Manufacturing Co., Sioux
City; Monarch Engineering Co.,
Falls City, Neb.; the Canton
Bridgo Co., Canton, Ohio; Omaha
Structural Steel Works, Omaha;
(S. H. Dennis, Weeping Water;
Ceorge Poisall, Plattsmouth.
Makes Fancy QuIIU
Mrs. N. Halmes has completed
a very handsome quill, worth be
tween $15 and $20, which she is
selling chances on at 25 cents
each. The quilt is a beauty and
would be highly prized by one for
tunate enough to secure it. Mrs.
Halmes has set out lo sell 300
tickets, which would bring in $75,
and all but fifty of these have been
sold. The money derived from
the sale of tickets is to be used to
paint and paper the interior of
SI. John's church. Mrs. Halmes
has put in her spare minutes
since the llrst of the year in mak
ing the quilt, which is entirely of
silk, and must be seen to be ap
NOTICE OF HEARING.
Notice is hereby given that an
implication has been made to the
(iovernor and the Advisory Board
of Pardons for a pardon of the
sentence of Charles Allen Whit
ing, who was, on the 2d day of
April, 11(12, sentenced by the dis
trict court within and for Cass
County, to serve a term of one to
seven years in the state peniten
tiary for the crime of bigamy.
Said application will be heard
before the Advisory Board of
Pardons on Ihe 81 h day of July,
11)12, at 10 o'clock a. in.
Dated this lith dav of June,
Charles Allen Whiting.
notice of itKKi.ui:!' sai.i:.
Notice Ih hereby Klven that by virtue
or an oruer or court inane iv the Hon.
Harvey l. Travis, Hole Judge of the
District Court In and for Casa Countv.
State of Nebraska, In a suit pending
therein, wherein Jeremiah L. Cream
er Is plalntllT and Sarah M. Hess, et
Hi., are defendants, which order was
signed and entered on the 11th day of
June, 1 1 -J, continuing the report of
the referee that a division of the
property could not lie made without
great loss in value to the parties In
terested, and In said order of Court
the undersigned referee wan directed
to make sale of the land involved in
said action without unnecessary delay
and In munner and form as if the same
was sold by the Sheriff upon execu
tion. In pursuance to such order, I, the
undersigned referee, will sell at public
auction to the hiKhest bidder for cash
at the South front door of the Court
House, In the City of IMattsmouth, in
said County, on the 16th day of July,
1912, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the
following described real estate to-wlt:
The West half of the Northeast
quarter of Section 13, Township 10,
North, Itange 9, East of the 6th I. M
situated In Cass County, Nebraska, con
taining KU acres more or less. Said
sale shall be held open one hour and
at the time of declaring; the bid 20 per
cent of the purchase price must 'be paid
and the balance of such purchase
money chnll be paid upon the con
firmation of the sale by the Court, and
the making of the deed.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1912.
C. H. ALDK1CH, Heferee.
D. O. UWVKIt, Attorney.
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M. E. ORANTNER, Local Manager
Ball Gam Yesterday.
From Tuesday'! Dally.
The White Sox and the Winter
steen Hill nine crossed bats on the
base ball grounds yesterday after
noon. After a hotly contested
game and all the scores had been
counted up, it was found that the
While Sox had beat the Wintcr
steen Hill team to Ihe tune of 22
to 10. Hillard Grassman caught
for the While Sox, while E1 Rebal
and Charles Poisall pitched. New
man caught and Wilcox and Shea
pitched for the Wintersleen Hill
1MOTICF. TO (HKD1TOHS.
STATU OP NEBRASKA,
Cass County, ss.
la County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate of Thomas
J. Fountain, Deceased.
Notice is hereby Riven that the
creditors of said deceased will meet
the Administratrix of said estate, be
fore me, County Judge of Cass County,
Nebraska, at the County Court room In
l'lattsmoulh, In said County, on the
26th day of June, 1912 and on the 26th
day of December, 1912f. ut 10 o'clock a.
in., each dav, for the purpose of pre
senting their claims for examination,
adjustment and allowance.
Six months are allowed for the
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims, and one year for the
Administratrix to settle said estate,
from the .;ird day of June, 1912.
Witness mv hand and seal of snld
County Court at IMattsmouth, Ne
braska, this IMth day of May, 1912.
iSeal) ALLEN J. UEESON.
D. O. Dwyer, Attorney for Estate.
John Beeson on Sick Leave.
From Tuesday's Dally.
John Beeson, the expressman,
reported lo the office this morn
ing that he was sick. John has
been working pretty hard of late
with his cherry crop and the ex
press delivery on lop of it. Joe
Reynolds was sent lo bring in the
gray and wagon and drove the
Move on Now!
says a policeman to a street
crowd, and whacks heads if it
don't. "Move on now," says the
big, harsh mineral pills lo bowel
congestion and suffering follows.
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bulldoze the bowels. They gently
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Fricke & Co.
The Journal office was very
much surprised, and agreeably
so, when our old friend, Jacob
Shafer, the Alvo druggist, step
ped in upon us. This is Mr.
Shafer's first visit to Plattsmouth
for several years, and he viewed
many evidences of prosperity.
"Jake," by which cogiioman he is
better known, is just as fat and
sassy as ever, and his smiling
countenance was very cheerful to
us. He is one of the best fellows
in Ihe world and we whiled away
an hour or so in a genuine gooif
old-fashioned time. Mr. and Mrs.
Shafer are steadfast friends of the
Journal and their friendship is.
most highly appreciated.
Makes the Nation Gasp.
The awful list of injuries on a
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Class Picnic in Park.
From Tuesday's Dally.
The Sunday school class of Mrs.
Stenner to the number of 25 boys
and girls, enjoyed a picnic; going
to the Cook grove in the southern
part of the city yesterday. Baskets
full of lunch and eatables were
taken along and an excellent time
enjoyed by Ihe boys and girls.
Cartercars are adapted
especially for farm use
mi v r i 1 t
Shetland Ponies for Sale.
I have an excellent team of
Shetland ponies for sale ,s 'Well
broke and at a price that is right.
R. F. D., Plattsmouth.
XOTICK TO CHKDITOHS.
STATE OF NEBHASKA,
Cass County, ss.
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Estate Of William
E. Dull, Deceased.
Notice is hereby (riven that the
creditors of said deceased will meet
the Executrix, Mary E, Dull, of said
estate, before me. County Judge of
Cass County Nebraska, at the County
Court room ' In IMattsmouth, In said
County, on the 9th day of July, 1912,
and on the 10th day of January. 1913.
at 9 o'clock a. m., each day. for the
purpose of presenting their claims for
examination, adjustment and allow
Mx months are allowed for the
creditors of said deceased to present
their claims, anil one year for the
Executrix to settle said, estate from
the 9th day of July, 1912.
Witness my hand and seal of said
County, Court at IMattsmouth. Ne
braska, this tli day of June, 1912.
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