The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, July 25, 1912, Image 3

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    Peaches Peaches
Another Car of Fruit on track this morning. This
car contains Peaches and Watermelons the finest
that grow. Order soon.
Choice Peaches
per bushel, $1.50
Fancy Peaches
per bushel, 1 .65
Watermelons right out of Refrigerator Car. Come
to you nice and cold, ready to use. Leave your order.
RfiiMior PloasBro!
L, Chairs $1.25
flf'fn h Seats $1.33, $4.50 and $5.65
U W II ) Swings, 4 passenger $5.85
Porch Swing, $2.70, $4.50 and $5.85
Also Porch Rockers and Chairs!
Hammocks ; " $1.60 to $4. 95
Hammoport $9.00
Refrigerators at a Discount
of 20
Phone 137
Bought and Sold
Insurance Placed in Best
Farm Loans and Rental Agency
Virgil f.lullis -
Real Estate
SPONGES Fubber and Natural
; j Bath Mitts
I Bath Brushes I
, Bath Salt I
Soap, Talcum and other little
things for the bath. Ah-othecel-
cbrated Knickerbocker Bath Spray
--attaches to any tub fitting.
. -Weyricti & Hadraba- V
f Drugt and Kodaks
South 6th St., Plattsmouth, Neb
Mrs. Sarah MrKiuucy ami chil
dren of Omaha, who have been
visit inp I'laltsniouth relatives for
a few days, returned t their home
this morning.
John Sneed, engineer on the
Sioux City run, came nearly being
prostrated with heat yesterday.
He was very sick when he arrived
with his train last night, hut went
out with his engine this afternoon.
Anton Trility was a business
visitor in tin1 metropolis lhs
morning, going on the early train.
Land for Sale!
1)10 acres good farm land in
Keith county, Nebraska, 7 miles
southeast of Ogalalla, the county
seat. Will sell outright or ex
change. Frank Vallery:
Items of Interest to Journal Readers
Carl Johnson was in Omaha on
lxifiness Friday.
.Mrs. Kli Coon visited friends in
Lincoln last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Murtcy were
in Omaha Sunday.
Steve Foreman and Farl Cole
were in South Rend Tuesday.
Mr. ami Mrs. William Copple
were trading in Lincoln Tuesday.
Harry Appleman came down
from Lincoln Wednesday morn
ing. Rev. Hunter visited Monday and
Tuesday with Fred l'routy and
Mrs. II. A. Hailey and daughter,
Miss Huth. were shopping in Oma
ha Friday.
Mrs. (leoi'ge Sheesley and sis
ter, Miss Stella, were shopping in
Omaha Wednesday.
Mrs. C. H. Hasp and daughter,
Miss Esther, were shopping in
Lincoln Tuesday.
Mrs. L. II. Appleman left Sun
day for Piedmont, S. I)., to visit, M.
Campbell and family.
Mrs, Clyde Hoyles of Lincoln
visited relatives here Monday and
Charles H. Jordan was a pas
senger for Omaha Wednesday
J. H. Foreman, jr., of Omaha
came in Sunday to visit his par
ents a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Foreman
were passengers for Lincoln Fri
day on .No. 17.
Miss Laura I'arsell visited her
brother, Hay and family, near
I'.lmwood last Week.
Miss (irayce liedson of Lincoln
came down Wednesday to visit
Miss Marie Slroemer.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner ate
Sunday dinner with Kllou Snoke
and family near Hagte.
Albert Foreman returned Sun
day from Montana, where he had
been for several months.
Mrs. C. (iullion and son of Lin
coln came down Sunday to visit
realtives for a few days.
Mrs. Charles Sutton went to
Lincoln Tuesday, visiting friends
until Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs, Henry Thomas returned
Tuesday from Bethany, where she
had been visiting relatives.
Mrs. Nellie Garcia of Clalonia
visited her grandparenls, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Thomas, this week.
. Mrs. Helle Keefer came in Sun
day from Exeler, Neb., to visit her
sister, Mrs. L. H. Appleman.
C. II. Merriam and Mr. Sigler
of Lincoln took dinner Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaffer.
Mrs'. John lloholhnm and
daughter, Iva, of Lincoln, visited
over Sunday with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Jacobson of
Lincoln came in Friday to visit
relatives and friends several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis of Lincoln
were week-end visitors at the
F. (). Beall went to Omaha Mod
Little Ralph Monroe has been
quite sick.
Frank Martin and wife of Oma
ha visited with friends a few days
last week.
Will and Albert Orole of Ben
son, Neb., spent Sunday with
Kdgar Moomey.
Fred Gorder and family of
Weeping Water spent Sunday
with relatives here.
Misses Elizabeth and Vera
(lieseker of Lincoln visited with
friends here over Sunday.
Paul Goehry and sister, Miss
Mina, of Omaha, were visiting
their folks here Sunday.
Homer Lawton of Wabash and
Misses (irayce Lawton and Lyda
Sorick went to (iresham, Neb.,
Saturday morning for a few days'
visit with friends.
Mrs. F. (). Beall and daughter,
Francis Harriet, went to Omaha
Saturday, where they were met by
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and they all
motored to Gravity, Iowa, where
Mrs. Beall and daughter will visit
for a short time.
We almost forgot to mention
that the stork visited William
Westfall and wife on July 0 and
left a bouncing baby boy, and
also visited Herman Rau and wife
one day last week and left a lovely
baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lett of
Council Bluffs, Iowa, came Sat
urday evening for a visit with
relatives. Charles returned home
Tuesday, but Mrs. Lett will re
main for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwert
entertained at supper on Monday
evening the following guests:
Mrs. Charles Lett, Council Bluffs;
Misses Elizabeth and Vera Giesek
er, Lincoln; Miss Anna Amgwert,
Lincoln, who is spending her two
weeks' vacation here.
Will Be Received at the Drug Store
home of Mr. ami Mrs. Oeorge Hall.
Mrs. Patterson came down from
Lincoln Tuesday to visit her sou,
Charles and family, for a 'short
Mrs. Charles Craft of Lincoln
visited h,-r sister and husband,
Mr. ami Mis. Charles Suavely,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Jordan
entertained Miss (Irayce Huiley
and Henry Clapp, jr., at dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Fail
daughter of llavelock
Sunday to visit home
several days.
The Misses Waring,
Cole and
came in
folks for
(iyger and Dreamer were Sunday
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Dreamer.
The Misses (J race and Huth Fl
lioll returned from Bethany last
Thursday, where they have been
visiting for the past week.
Mrs. S. C. Boyles entertained
the members of the L. H. K. at a
kensington Thursday afternoon.
Refreshments were served.
The Misses (irayce and Aurel
Forei'nan returned Tuesday from
a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
L. F. Bohbitt at. University Place.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Foreman
and son, Charles, came in Wed
nesday morning- fnmi Fort Worth,
Texas, to visit relatives the com
ing week.
Miss Alma (iodby entertained at
dinner Sunday the Misses Cora
Rung. Ruth Bailey, Cecil Newkirk,
Lmily Strong, Bert ha Bucknell
and Marie Stroiner.
Harry ickers came in from
Omaha Wednesday to visit his
mother, Mrs. Mary Vickers, for a
few days. Harry recently return
ed from a trip to Denver, Colo.
William I'plegrove left on No.
13 Wednesday morning for Lin
coln, whence lie will go to F.agle
and Weening Water for a few
days to attending to business
J. II. Slroemer left on No. 13
Sunday for Verona, Neb., where he
superintends the construction of
a cement foundation for a scales
for John Murtey's lumber yard at
that place.
W. Clyde Newkirk and Miss
Mabelle Rouse of Greenwood were
married at Lincoln Wednesday,
July 17, 11)12. Mr. and Mrs. New
kirk visited a few days here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Newkirk. Jliey will reside in
Frank Yaeger, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. George
Braun, ami brother, John Yaeger,
for the past month, left Tuesday
I on No. 18 for Omaha, where he
will leave on No. 0 Wednesday for
Brooklyn, N. , to re-enlist in the
U. S. navy. Mr. Yaeger has served
Hie past eight years in the navy.
Al Hunt was in town last week.
Louis llornbeck was in Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schewe were
shopping in Omaha last Friday.
Miss Vera Baldwin and sisler
of Weeping Water are guests of
Mrs. Mills.
The Clover club was entertain
ed on Tuesday evening at the
Rush home.
Mrs. George Moomey and Miss
Helen Moomey were in Weeping
Water last Friday.
Robert ' Neil el of Boise City,
Idaho, spent a few days last week
with relatives and friends here.
Miss Olga Neitzel returned from
Colorado Saturday, where she has
been attending summer school.
During the storm Saturday aft
ernoon lightning struck and burn
ed one of August Lindell's wheat
While fishing at the river Morg
Shatto and Al Bauer landed a cat
tish that weighed 33 pounds. The
head alone weighed 8 pounds.
Murdock street curuival dates
have been set fop August 28, 29
and 30. Make your plans to at
tend each dav.
A Special Teachers' Examination.
A special teachers' examination
will be held on Thursday and Fri
day, July 25th and 26th, 1912, at
the county superintendent's ofllce,
in all county certificate subjects
and in professional and city state
subjects. These examinations are
to be given at Plattsmouth only.
During the summer months
mothers of young children should
watch for any unnatural Ioosenes9
of the bowels. When given
prompt attention at this time
serious trouble may be avoided.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoe Remedy can always be
depended upon. For sale by F. O.
Fricke & Co.
Local News
County Surveyor Fred Patter
son was called to Omaha this aft
ernoon. Lee Sharp and wife and children
wereMinaha passengers on the
fast mail this afternoon.
J. T. Porter and son, Floyd,
visited Plattsmouth today ami
transacted some important busi
ness. A. J. ami II. A. Schwartz of Ne
hawka were in the county seat
yesterday and dined at the Plalls
nioiUh hotel.
William Wehrbein and wife
motored in fnun the farm this
morning and looked after some
Mrs. Mary Fvers and daughters,
Minnie and Marie, left for Oma
ha this afternoon to visit friends
for a collide of dav s.
B. Dill and wife of near Murray
drove up from their home this
morning and boarded the early
train for the metropolis.
Herman Klietsch of Weeping
Water was a business caller in
the city yesterday and registered
at the Plattsmouth hotel.
Mrs. L. II. Cromwell and chil
dren left for La Platte this after
noon, where they will visit with
relatives for a short time.
Ed (1. Johnson, wife and chil
dren, who have been visiting with
friends at Minneapolis for ten
days, returned this morning.
Surveyor J. D. Kiley of Omaha
arrived this morning and has been
busy running the lines for the
curb on Lincoln avenue.
Miss May Pickrell of Murdock
and Misses Wanda, Eva and Opal
Besachr of.Oinaha took the county
examination for teacher's cerlill
cates today.
E. C. Muir and wife of Slurgis,
S. D., who have 1 n guests of the
August Gorder home for a short
I ime, returned to their home Ibis
From Tuesday's Dally.
George Klinger was an Omaha
passenger on the morning train
today, where he spent the day
looking after business matters.
Adam Hild drove in from his
home in Ml. Pleasant precinct
this morning and transacted busi
ness with Platlsinouth merchants.
Mr. SchalTer of near Louisville
was in the city today, having
come down on No. 4 to look after
some items of business in the
county seat.
Holan Kern of Pekin, Illinois,
who has been a guest of the John
II. Becker and Henry Heil homes
for some time, departed for his
home this morning.
Henry Born, wife and babe
drove in from their home this
morning and boarded the early
train for the metropolis, where
Mr. Born was called on business,
August Panska of near Louis
ville was a Plattsmouth visitor
today, having run down lo the
county seat on No. 1 to look after
some matters of business at the
court house.
George Silzman returned from
St. Joseph, Missouri, on I he morn
ing train today. He was accom
panied home by his relative, Dave
Hunaull, who will visit I'lalts
niouth friends for a time.
Miss Rachel Livingston depart
ed yesterday morning for an ex
tended visit with her sister, Mrs.
J. S. Vallery, at Montieello, Arkan
sas, and also relatives at Kansas
City and other points, and expects
to return home about the first of
Birthday Surprise Party.
On Sunday aflernoon, July 21,
Mr. and Mrs. William Raulh had
a few of their son, Joseph's little
friends gather at their home at 2
o'clock and surprise Joseph, it
being his tenth birthday. He was
not at home at the time, being out
for a drive with his sister, Anna,
but returned about 2:30. His lit
tle friends were in the parlor, and
when Joseph and his sisler came,
into the house from the front
door his friends rushed out al
him and he. was completely sur
prised, not having a thought of it
being his birthday. His little
friends gave hi in a post card
shower. The afternoon was spent
in playing games on the lawn,
vocal solos were given by Anna
Harms, Clarence Schwiml and
Wilma Evans, a recitation by Wil
liam Gerlaeh, a dialogue by James
Carper, William Gerlaeh and Ray
mond Rockwell. At 1:30 ice cream,
cakes and cookies were served,
and about 5:30 the little ones de
parted for their homes, having
enjoyed a very pleasant afler
noon. Following were those pres
ent: Anna Harms, Adelene Lor
ensen, Wilma . Evans, Martha
Bornemier, Vera, Gerlaeh, Mabel
Hennings, Nellie and Irene Bill,
Clarence Schwind, Raymond Rock
well, Dan Bornemeier, James
Carper, Arthur and Walter Stein
kamp, Lisle and Ralph Bonton,
William Harms.
Progressives Adopt Platformanl
Form Full State Organization.
Los Moines, July 23. The progre
sue state convention closed after ha
in formally launched a new party foe
tris slate, pledged to devote itself ta
int tonal issues and the .support of
Loosevelt foe president and not to ilk
terfcre In local political affairs.
There was a good attendance, much
speech making, some enthusiasm and
a complete organization formed foe
work. A telegram from Roosevelt, e
tending congrxtulntlons and declaring
for an entire new party, aroused mucH
The resolutions adopted denounce
the Chicago convention, also the Bal
timore convention, and declare for the
primary system aud other reforms. M
strong woman suffrage plank was 1
serted, but the convention refused ta
adopt the suggestion as to the recall
A plank declaring for the direct elec
tion of postmasters by the constitu
encies was adopted with three affirm,
tlve cheer. There was no negative
The convention chose a full set oi
delegates to the national convention
at Chicago, headed by Judge John L.
Stevens of Iloonc, organized a working
state central committee, and provided
for congressional, district and count
Telegram From T. R.
The first Roosevelt enthusiasm
broke loose when a telegram from
Colonel Roosevelt congratulating lows
progressives was read. The colonel
referred to the Chlcngo convention,
which he condemned In cmphati
terms and pointed out the necessity
for a new party.
Dr. Charles Tnlmage of Roston led
the delegates Into another burst of en
thiislasm for Roosevelt when he crlt
Iclsed Governor Carroll for the latter,
recent defense of the Chicago conven.
"This Is a warm convention," d
clared Dr. Talmage. "It la going to
be a warm campaign, but it will be
hotter after Nov. 5," was the signal
for a demonstration that lasted nearly
twenty ml mites.
That portion of the platform re
forrlng to President Taft read as fofc
lows: 1 ifr-
"We her? titter solemn protest
against what has been done at Chlcajr
and Baltimore In two national content
tlons, and against what has been done
and Is being done Ht Washington by
president who has proven recreant b
the trust Imposed In him, and who
long ago definitely and completely
nbandoned the cause of the people ta
j .i 1 1 1 ... . . . i i i.
uo in mooing or me ixisses.
There were 7R5 delegate present
and 10D old soldiers, who took seatt -on
the platform. More than JfiOO w
contributed ns a campaign fund. Hea'l
qnnrters will be opened and an active
campaign will be commenced.
Nominated in Eleventh Iowa District
Over State Senators-Francis.
taMnrs, la., July 2S. George O
Scott, a Sioux City lawyer and poll
tlclan, was nominated by the Rupub
llcun congressional convention of th
Eleventh district to fill out the unei
pired term of tho late E. H. Hubbard
and for the full term which will begin
March 4, 1913.
Mr. Scott's nomination over State
Senator Leslie Francis of Spirit Lake
his only opponent, was decisive.
The only ballot was for the short
term candidacy, Mr. Scott recelvlnf
seventy-five ind a fraction, and Sena,
tor Fian Ise forty-five and a fraction
The nomination for the full term wu
by acclamation
Pioneer Teacher Claimed by Death.
Ottumwa, la., July 25. Mrs. A. J.
Mader, who came to Ottumwa when
girl in 1852, and taught school here
before the civil war, Is dead, aged
seventy-two. Seven children survive,
all of whom were at the deahbed.
McAdoo for Vice Chairman.
New YorK, July 25. It became
known that William C. McAdoo will
be made vice chairman of the Demo
eratlc notional committee.
Farms for Salel
Mr. Farmer ami Investor, get
busy ami look these farms over:
(iiO acres, 4 miles from Grant,
Neb., on lliirlinRton 11. II., $11.00
per acre.
320 acres 4 miles from Hrule,
on U. P. 11. 11., at $15.00 per acre.
120 acres, 4 miles from Ogal
alla, Neb., $40.00 per acre..
1(H) acres, close to Madrid, Neb.,
$35.00 per acre.
80 acres 8 miles from Platts
mouth, 45 acres improved, bal
ance in Umber, $55.00 per acre.
See or Write,
Lands, Loans and Insurance,
Platlsinouth, Neb.
Team of Mules for Salel
Tour years old and well
broke; $250 will take them. En
quire of Albert Wheeler, Murray.