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The city was visited this morn
ing by a carivan of Gypsies, who
did not tarry long, hut continued
on their way across the river.
1)?. (iilmore auloed up from
Murray this morning, accom
panied by Mrs. (iilmore and her
mother,, Mrs. J. A. Walker, who
came up on a shopping tour.
E. A. Hackenberg came in this
morning from Huron, S. D., where
he had been on a visit. He re
ports that they received a snow
fall of six inches night before
The city was visited this morn
ing by a little German band from
Omaha and they furnished some
line music on the streets for a
few hours. There were five pieces
in the band.
Miss Grace McBride of Omaha,
assisted by the best local talent,
will take part in the inusicale at
the A. J. Beeson home Friday aft
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock. Refresh
ments. Admission, 15 cents.
Mies Ruth Chapman is engaged
at the postoffiec as an extra clerk,
while the regular employes are
taking their annual vacations.
eorgc Staats is the first to enjoy
a lay-off, starting in today on a
two weeks' vacation.
William Bell of Pacific Junc
tion was in the city today on busi
ness matters. Mr. Bell was one
f the Burlington engineers that
went out in the big strike of 1888,
he having been running on that
road for thirty years prior to the
of economy prob
ably include value
as well as price.
What you pay is im
portant of course
what you get is more
so. And it is on a
basis of "what you
get" that we com
mend these over
coats at $15 and $20
to your attention.
Every good color
and style some
thing to suit all
Don Reivers was a passenger
on No. 23 for Omaha this after
K. A. Wurl was in the me
liopolis today Itinking after busi
Mrs. H. B. Wart hen still
weaves carpets. Call JMatts.
Attorney Paul Topping of Ne
braska City was in the city today
looking after legal business.
Fritz Fricke was a business
visitor in the metropolis today,
going on No. '-'3 this afternoon.
Miss Esther Olson was a pas
senger this morning for Pacific
Junction, Iowa, where she looked
after some business matters.
August Johnson of Nebraska
Cilv was in the city today, en
route to Folsom, Iowa, where he
will work on the rip-rap for the
" Grading w as"Coniniericed on the
lots of W. A. Robertson on North
Sixth street, today, upon which
Mr. Robertson will erect a hand
some new house.
Charles Hula returned last
evening from Sioux City, Iowa,
where be has been for several
days looking after business mat
ters for the Burlington railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boeck. who
have been making an extended
visit with relatives and friends at
Kildare and other Oklahoma
points, and also at SI. Louis, re
turned home Ibis inorninv. They
report a fine trip and a most en
Notice the Large Ad.
In this issue of the Evening
Journal ou will find one of the
largest ads of the fall season, an
nouncing tne Hig rail Sale at M.
Fauker's Department Store. Man
ager .ueker is making the sen-
ational sale of the season in this
ad, and it will pay you to read it.
Many bargains in many lines, all
of which you will read with great
interest if you are needing any
thing in the lfne of fall and win
ter wearing apparel.
SOLDIER BALL TEAM
HERE NEXT SUNDAY
Manager Johnson of the Boost
ers lias received word irom lite
soldier team at Fort Crook that
they will be here Sunday, pre
pared to carry away the honors
of the day. The local team is de
termined to win the game and a
battle royal may be expected, as
our boys nave been piaymg in
winning form in the last few-
games and all of the regular team
will be in the game Sunday, and
if the soldiers win they will Know
they have had a light. The line
up for Sunday will be: Herold,
catch; Noah, pitch; McCauley,
lirsl; C. Smith, second; L. Smith,
short; Allies, third; Mason, left
field; Mann, center; Heal, right.
Cases In Court.
The case of the Bradley, Catron
Co. of Nebraska Cily vs. Scott &
Kerscbuer of Weeping Water was
on the docket at the county court
today. The defendant firm took
a continuance. The suit is for
goods sold and delivered by the
plaintiff to the defendant firm .
Lewis H. Young vs. Adolph F.
Boedeker is the title of a case
(lied today in the office of the
clerk of the district court. The
plaintiff seeks to recover posses
sion of some land occupied by the
defendant, and asks that judg
ment for the possession of the
land be given him.
Fine Time at Red Men's Hall.
The old-fashioned dance given
last evening by the Red Men at
their hall was very successful in
every respect. Tehre was a fine
sociable crowd present and the
music was enough to make any
every respect. There was a fine
growing lo such an extent that
they will probably be continued
throughout the winter months.
Some Fine Apples.
Our excellent friend, W. H.
Ileil, from west of the cily, was
in town last Saturday and called
at this olllce, leaving with the
publisher a sample sack of some
of I he (lues! apples we have seen
I his season. Mr. Heil is one of
(hose readers that never forgets
the publisher when be has some
thing extra good in the fruit line.
Many thanks, Mr. Heil.
GOING AM FROM HOME
TO GET THE NEWS
The following from the South
Omaha Daily Democrat of Mon
day is like going away from home
lo gel news:
"Charged wilh robbing a store
al Mynard, Neb., Nick Boles and
James Lewis were arrested on a
Missouri Pacific train here last
evening by Captain Elsfelder and
Detective McGuire. Platlsmoulh
authorities wired that the two
men were probably headed this
way. Shortly after receiving
word the txvo officers xvent down
in the railroad yards and boarded
a Missouri Pacific passenger I hat
had just pulled in. The txvo men
were arrested, on the description
received from Plaltsmoulh."
The above sounds a little
"fishy" to us, from the simple
fad that the Journal meets and
interview's the officials of both
cily and county every day, and
I hey have never "chirped" on
anything of the kind.
William Hendricks of Plainview
came in Ibis morning ami xvill
visit relatives in Ibis cllv and
Mr. Hendricks formerly
on n farm near Hock
Miss Muriel Barf hold was a
passenger Ibis morning for Glen
wood, Iowa, after a short visit
here wilh her parents.
Mrs. Henry Kaufman and
daughters, Nellie ad Tillie, xvere
passengers for Omaha this morn
ing, where they xvill spend the
H. H. Neitzel was a
I his morning on No. 1
xxood, where he xvill
Clarence Curyea of Alvo was
town last Friday afternoon.
Fred West lake of Avoca spent
Sunday with relatives and friends
John Aiiixvvrt and family
Sunday with home folks
Turner McKinnou and family of
north of Alvo spent Sunday with
relatives here. ,
K. T. Tool and wife went to
Iowa last Thursday for a visit
Miss Martha Branekle returned
Saturday, from Omaha, where she
had been visiting.
Miss Opal ami Wanda Besack
spent Sunday with their parents
Mrs. Jack Shank of Lincoln
came Monday evening for a short
visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. David Thiingan
and small daughter, of Omaha,
spent Sunday with home folks
Mrs. W. O. Gillespie went to
Omaha Tuesday evening, where
she was called by the death of a
Mrs. Louis Amgwert returned
Tuesday, after spending the past
ten days with her daughter at
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eistenhut re
lumed Friday evening from a few-
days visit with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs-. F. O. Beall and
daughter, Frances Hariel, went
to Springfield Saturday for a
short visit with friends.
l'aul Srhewe and family drove
lo Weeping Water Saturday,
where "" they visited with Fred
Gorder and family over Sunday.
The Ladies' Aid society met
last Wednesday with Mrs. (1. V.
Pickwell. Quite a number were
present and the usual good time
Jake Ooehry, jr., of Murphy,
Idaho, returned to his home last
(Thursday, after spending three
weeks or more with relatives and
Herman Ran and family, Arthur
Lehr and family were among
those who attended the wedding
of Dick Lehr and a young lady at
Richflehi, Neb., on Tuesday.
Will Kleiser, W. O. Gillespie,
Henry Tool and II. V. McDonald
and wife left Friday for Holt
county, where they will visit and
the men folks will hunt "big
game," such as chickens.
Louis Neitei and wife went to
llavelock Monday morning in
answer to a message received by
I hern that (heir daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Akin Neil el, had passed
away on Sunday evening. On
Monday the infant daughter join
ed its mother. Mrs. ISeitel was
well Known here ami nan nosis
of friends, who will mourn her
loss. She also leaves a sorrow
ing husband, a little l -year-old
daughter and a number of other
Work Is Delayed.
The xvork I hat was to begin at
once on fhe road to the rifle
range has been delayed for se
vera! days on account of the
county surveyor failing to com
plete his xvork. The road super
visor has been ready to start in
and as soon as the survey is
finished the xvork xvill be pushed
along before cold weather sets in.
Miss Carrie Greenwald xvas a
business visitor in the metropolis
this morning, going on No. 15.
Allorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping
Water was in the city today look
ing after business in the county
C. G. Fricke departed on No.
23 for Omaha this afternoon,
where he xvill look after business
Mrs. Frank Ohm was a pas
senger this afternoon for Omaha,
where she will visit relatives for
a few days.
I.on Hackenberg departed Ibis
afternoon on No. 23 for Denver,
where he xvill lake in the sights
of the mountain cily.
E. C. Txviss of Louisville,
referee in the case of Core vs.
Tennanl, xvas in the cily today
and settled up the case.
Mrs. S. A. Tabor ami lillle son
of Omaha came down Ibis morn
ing and spent the day at the Ma
Dr. T. P. Livingston was a pas
senger to Pacific Junction on No.
21 today, where be xvas called on
Professor Stookey was at
Mr. Chene is here from Okla
homa visiting his parents.
George A. Malcolm has arrived
home from his Colorado visit.
Sheriff Quinlon was oxer from
Platlsmoulh Tuesday on business.
Mrs. F. W. Huhge and daughter
were at Omaha the first of the
Ora K. Copes, the druggist, has
received his large stock of holi
Mrs. J. M. McFarland and
mother were at Weeping Water
Peter Jorgensen was attending
to business matters at the stale
capital this xxeek.
Austin B. Lew Ion, chief clerk
at the meal market, is taking a
few days' vacation.
- William Fahneslock left for
Wyoming this xxeek, where he has
secured a good position.
The Aller Trio is the first num
ber of the lecture course, on Octo
ber 18. Don't forget the date.
The Scientific Compound, to
prevent and cure the nexv horse
disease, is for sale at Copes' drug
F.dward Shackley and family
were up from Dunbar Sunday
visiting at the home of W. H.
I. N. Hunter xvas down from
Weeping Water last Saturday
looking after business pertaining
to the Weeping Water Repub
lican. Isaac Ellsworth and wife, for
merly residents here, were over
from Nebraska City Ibis week
visiting their daughter west of
The season tickets for the lec
ture course this winter xvill be on
sale at Copes' drug store on Octo
ber 1st. This is the highest-
priced course the committee has
ever booked for. So if you want
to attend something good this
winter help boost the course
along by buying a season ticket.
Uncle Ezra Says
"It aon't take more'n a gill uv
effort to git folks into a peck of
trouble," and a little neglect of
constipation, billiousness, in
digestion or other liver de
rangement will do the same. If
ailing take Dr. King's New Life
Pills for quick results. " Easy,
safe, sure and only 25 cents at F,
G. Fricke &, Co.
Roy Cole of Platsinouth visited
at the S. C. Boyles home Sunday
Clarence Curyea left Saturday
to look after his farm in Kansas.
Born Monday, September 10,
1912, to H. F. Johnson ami wife, a
oeorge Skyles of Mtirdock xvas
attending to business in Alvo last
mr. mister or r.lmwooil was
calling on his old-time friends
Sam Cashuer started for Nio
brara Tuesday night on No. 14
Henry Snoke went down to the
farm Monday to help his son, El
ton, bind corn.
Mrs. Fred Dreamer of Uni
versity Place was visiting with
Mr. Dreamer Tuesday.
Joe Richardson returned Sun
day from a visit with his mother
al Marysville, Missouri.
Ed Slroenier of Barneslon was
calling on his many friends
Thursday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Sterling, Cidorado, arc
relatives here Ibis xxeek.
Mrs. A. I. Bird was called lo
Waxerly Sunday evening by the
serious illness of her mother.
Rev. Chenowilh, our nexv min
ister, preached his first sermon al
the M. E. church last Sunday.
C. R. Jordan, Dr. L. Muir, Geo.
Brown and W. S. Jordan auloed
to Greenwood on business Tues
day. Miss Pearl Keefer
recital on September
music students at
ill give a
he M. E.
Mrs. George Leibharl left Wed
nesday morning for Nemelia
county lo visit relatives for a
Mrs. Pinkham returned lo her
home in Cidorado lust Wednes
day, after visiting here for se
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sbellon of
Lincoln are visiting xxith Mrs.
Shelloii's mother, Mrs. Mary Skin
ner, this xxeek.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and
their son, Arthur and wife, of
Lincoln, visited J. A. Shaffer and
wife Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Dexvey and son of Lincoln
returned o their home Thursday,
after visiting a fexv day- xxith her
sister, Mrs. Dr. Muir.
F.dward Parsell of Lincoln was
in town Monday on business aud.
calling on friends. He is xvorkin?
for the Burlington railroad.
Paul Prouty started for Mon
tana last Wednesday to take a
homestead. Mrs. Prouty will
join him after he gets located.
Mrs. John Woods has not been
feeling so well lately and her
daughter, Mrs. Clarence Curyea,
spent several daxs this xxeek with
Marvin Sunimerx ille of McCook,
Neb., visited Tuesday xxith Dale
Boyles. Dale accompanied hint
to Lincoln on No. 17 Tuesday
J. II. Slroenier has gone to
Barneslon on a fishing trip and
also to look after his farm in
terests. He xvill be gone a couple
of xxeek s.
Mrs. John Murty left Saturday
morning for a visit with her par
ents at Clay Center, Neb. Mr.
Murty went Wednesday morning
to spend a few days visiting rela
tives and friends at Clay Center
and other points.
The democrats organized a club,
last Saturday evening, with John
Murty, president, and Dale Boyles,
secretary. They xvill work for
the interests of Wilson and Mar
shall. There is not much talk
about Tafl or Moosevelt.
Only three left of those fine
Poland-China boars. Also for
sale a number of Barred Plymouth
Rock cockrels, 75c, if taken soon.
C. E. Babbitt, Platlsmoulh.
RALLY DAY AT THE METH
ODIST CHURCH SUNDAY
Next Sunday, September 29,
xvill be Hally day at the Methodist
church. The regular Sunday
school service xvill be held at
9:30 a. in., combined with a short
program. It is the plan of the
management lo get every member
of the church and the school out
on that day for a general booster
campaign for the further enlarge
ment of the Sunday school and its.
usefulness. The enrollment now,
including the home and cradle
roll departments, is 450. It is.
hoped to make this 000. Let every
parent and member assist in this
forward movement. Strangers ia
the city or any who do not attend
Sunday school elsewhere are in
vited to attend this Rally day
Sunday School Convention.
The Cass county Sunday school
convention at Alvo on October 10
and II promises to be one of the
most successful ever held in the
county, and every Sunday school
should send delegates, as these
meetings ore full of good things
for those xvho attend and serve as
on inspiration to the workers in
the Sunday schools. A number
of the slate workers xvill bo pres
ent and much good, thoughtful
ideas xvill be given the delegates.
Fine New Boy.
The people xxho noticed George
Saxles this morning wondered at
his excited and jubilant manner,
but he is lo be excused because
a fine nine-pound young man ar
rived at his home yesterday, and
as he is I he first boy, it Is no xvon
der George is delighted. The
mother and little son are getting
along nicely and George and the
lillle sisters are sure this is the
fines) boy that ever was.
THHEE'YEAR-OLfl SON OF
PHILIP TRITSCH INJURED
Yeslerday afternoon while play
ing around the barn at his
father's farm, xvest of this city,
Willie, (he little 3-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip II. Trilsch,
received a very severe cut on the
face bid ween the eyes. It is sup
posed Die little boy got in where
the horses xvere and xvas shoved
or kicked against the partition,
inflicting the wound. Medical aid
xvas summoned al once and the
lillle boy xvas made as comfort
able as possible and this morning
was resting easily, with good
prospects of being able lo be out
ituain in a short lime.
Didn't Know It Was There.
William Rice, while engaged in
getting some xxood at his home
this morning struck his clothes
lino with the ax, which rebounded
aiol cut quite a gash on his head,
which, while not dangerous, is
very painful and he will carry his
bend bandaged up for ' several
days at least, and the next lime
xvill be sure the clothes line is
out of leach of the nx.
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