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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1912)
Attention, Railroad Employes.
Mr. F. K. Thomas of the Safety
Bureau will deliver a free il
lustrate! lecture at I I'annelo
opera hmise, Plaltsmoulh, at 8 p.
m.. Friilav. October II. You will;
YOUNG MIN BITTEN BY
A VEBY VICIOUS DOG
l'lHttxniouth, Nth., net. 1. 1!M2.
Board met luiisiuint to adjournment,
fresrnt. M. 1- Ki li-di ii h, (.'. II. Jonlan
nd (.'. K. Htehiicr, Countv t'ommiKsion
er: I. l Miukhii, County Cl-i k.
Mitiutt-H of lucvioiiN xexslun ih1 and
approved, when the following liu inessi
whs transacted In regular form:
A petition wan tiled applylnif to the
Board of County CommixNloner to
Varate all of WawliiriKton street In the
vlllaKe of Nehawka, Ivlnif hoiHIi of the
Pouth U'O feet of Hloek 1, anil north of
Block 1-', rommenclnK at a point at the
noutheaKt corner of I;it fi. In khIiI Hlock
1, runnliiK thence went aloiiK the south
fide of khIiI South l:!8 feet of said
Biock 1, to a point where xald Wash
ington street IntersectM Callroad Ave
nue thence alonK the north side of
eald Kail road Avenue, In a southeast
ern direction to the northwest comer
of said Hlock i'2, thence PHst to the
northeast corner of xald Hlock 12,
thence north to the place of beginning.
Signed ly John I. Long and kiiymoml
Complyli.g with Cohbev'o Statutes
for 1911, 'Section 01, the Hoard of
County Commissioner appointed the
three following disinterested house
holder of the village of Nehawka to
examine the asid street and to report
at the next meeting of the Hoar
liml lliis lecture interesting ami
in!ructie ami I tnisl that ail
i'iiiiincs wIki can do so will at-
teii! ami bring
olheis i.f their families who are
uM enough In comprehend (he im
Iinrtance of safety lo employes in
performance (if their duties.
Transportation will lie furnished
for employes ami their families at
outside points upon application to
the head of their department.
This lecture is free and we. cor
dially invite olher parlies not
connected with the railroad to at
tend. A large number of accident
pictures will be shown.
F. It. Mullen, Superintendent.
From Saturday's lially.
This morning while Ceorge
M 1 1 r 1 1 ii i , the young son of Peter
.: 1iii.ini if. . I I i i i 1 1 o- milL- .ill
eir wives and J ! n . mi- m
.North rourlh street, tie was at
tacked by a large dog near the
Hawksworlh home. The dog tore
a large bole in the trousers of the
voting man and penetrated the
skin, inllicling a slight wound,
which was at ouch dressed and
will probably not give him any
further trouble. The dog should
be tied up in the future, as lie
is liable to attack someone else
with more serious consequences,
and a little discretion will prevent
others from gelling severely bitten.
APPLE BLOSSOMS IN
OCTOBER A BARE THING
County Commissioners. October 15
It 12, whether or not any Injunction or
Inconvenience will be worked by the
vacation of said street: A. K. Sturm, H.
1'. Kropp and llenry W'essell.
Ifecorder of I eeds Hied his report of
fees earned for third (iiiarter 1912,
County Judge filed his report of fees
received for third quarter, 1!12, J.'.'J.'I.Ofi.
The following clalina were allowed
on the Oeneral fund:
Lorenz Hros., milse. to County '
C. I . Uulnton boarding city
prisoners and committments. , 6.45
C, II. Taylor, salary anil expense 131.56
Vance Harris, helping County
Surveyor on llunscll road.,.. fl.flfl
0. It. Jordan, salary 31.00
Mary K. Poster, salary ami ex
Mrs. I lore Klelschman, ( Hie of
blind man, third quarter 11112., 18.00
Fred 1'alterson, olllce work .'16.00
Hans Sievers, salary and
KuriNinann & Kamge, meat to
County farm 35.05
C. D. ljuinton, salary, Jailer fees
and hoarding county prisoners 262.50
Hans Johnson, merchandise to
IJ..le Craig 16.06
Fred l'atterson. work on lliin-
m I road 17.90
C. I''. Harris helping County
Surveyor on Hansel road 12.00
31. (1. Ilace, merchandise and H,
11. ticket to Clarence Cody.... 5.03
Harvey Manners, auto hire to
T. C. Morgan, salary and expense 213.70
J'IuHhiiioiiI h Journal, printing
and supplies to county... 45.68
Hammond H Stephens, suppHetf
to County Superintendent 24.30
Itohert Sherwood & Son, mer
chandise to paupers 2.50
M. I. Krlcdrlch, salary, mileage.
and expense 29.10
C. W. Haylor & Co., coal to
M. HIM, burial of John V.
J. II. Turns, salary for September 75.00
James Cohertson, salarv and ex
pense, third quarter 1912 1S0.00
Karl Sergun threshing at Coun
ty farm . .' 21.43
Nebraska Lighting Co., gas to
lull, court house and street
Mrs. Kmiiiii Imvls, en re of Mrs
It. W, Clements, ticket to pauper .62
H. M. Soeniilchsen, merchandise
to county 45.05
Win. Ilassler, blacksmith work at
Ktl lOgen berger, Admstr., coal to
court bouse 105.68
II. M. Soeiinlilisen, assessing
diss count v 1912 610.35
C. 10. Ileehuer. salary 26. 15
llarvev Manners, auto hire to
K. M.inspenkei', salary for Sep
J. Hull & Son, merchandise to
The following claims wire allowed
On the Cond funds:
John Kllloll, road work lioiid
IHitilct No. 15 '.. $ 19.60
John Murtcv, material, Komi
lilslrbt No. HI R.40
Ibii Skinner, road work, Komi
hlslrht No. 16 3.00
John Murtev, material, Komi
I list rid No. 15 20.65
George luiinlngo. road work.
Koad lHstrht No. 8 11.00
llenrv (label, road work, Koad
I list rid No. 8 6.40
J. A. W'hlteinan. road work, liniul
1 list rift No. 12 80.75
J. A. Whlteinan. road work, Koad
ldstrlcl No. K 20.00
Johnson Hoi kwell road work.
I:oad 1 Mstrlct No. 8 IS. 00 '
O. N. Sclia for, road work, I'oad
IHstrlct No. S . 18.00
Wro. Sheehan, road work, lioad
lilstrlct No. 9 370.60
J. 11. I.nlroin. material, Koad hls-
I'li t No. 16 4.43
3. A. Whllctnaii. road work, Koad
IUstrlct No, .2 36.75
J. C. Nldav, road work, Koad
Mstrlct No. 11 41.60
Nebraska A Iowa Steel Tank Co.,
culvert. Koad District No. 10.. 14.55
J. C. I.omever, road work, Koad
IUstrlct No. 5 71.00
Alex Miller, road work Koad
Hist rift No. 8 ' 56.00
Lee Arnett. culvert, Koad lils
trlct No. 4 21.72
Lee Arnett, culvert. Koad Dis
trict No. 3 36.82
Lee Arnett. culvert, Koad DIs-
trl. t No. 15 39.17
Lee Arnett. culvert, Koad Dis
trict No. 18 19.67
Frank I'laler, road work, Koad
District No. 2 38.50
Mike I. ut. road work, Koad
District No. 1 329.80
C T. Kichards, road work, Koad
District No. 4 58.60
Walter Hvers, road work. Koad
District No. 27 4 13.90
Tien lleckiuan, road work, Koad
District No. 10 128.25
J. A. llennings, road work Koad
District No. 2 ' 63.00
J. W .Keil, road work, Koad Dis
trict No. 2 20.80
John Iverson, repairs to road
grader, Koad District No. 1..., 3.75
The following claims were allowed
on the Krhlge fund:
Kred Spahnle, bridge work.,..$ 10.10
C. K. .Ionian, bridge work .... ICO
J. C. Nlday. bridge work 12.00
J. Adams & Son, bridge ma
Yates Lumber A Coal Co.,
bridge material 24 73
C. T. Kichards, bridge work.... 3.00
Walter Kyerx, bridge work.... 45.95
Nebraska Construction Co.
bridge material 1.781.14
John Murtey, bridge muterlal.. 170.10
Hoard adjourned to meet Tuesday,
October 15, 1912.
I). V.. MOIKIAN, County Clerk.
Apple blossoms in October is
something unusual for Nebraska,
but if anyone wants to see I hern
they should drop in at the Mor
dock variety store, where Mrs. M.
A. Dixon has a lai'Ke bunch of
them on exhibition. These
blooms were taken from a tree at
Mrs. liixoii's home on W'intcr
steeii Hill and are as line and
fragrant as any plucked in June,
but we greatly fear the crop of
apple on these trees will be nip
ped by the front, but, there are few
northern slates that can heat this
record fur trees blooming.
Weyrich & lladraba, the drug
gists, have on exhibition in their
window some specimens of the
Calabash gourd, which were
grown by W ill Ofe at, his home on
Wintersteeii Hill. These gourds
are used ill !!ie manufacture of
Calabash pipes ami are extremely
hard to raise, especially to se
cure perfect specimens of the
gourd that must, be had to work
into (he pipes.
J to you w ish to be a Magazine
or Newspaper Illustrator, Com
mercial Artist, Designer, Crafts
man, Interior Decorator or learn
er? If si , see me at once, and
start wilh the Saturday class,
The demand for artists along
these linos js givnler each year.
F.llen C. Windham.
1 (l-n-1 wkd-2lwklv
Married in Nebraska City.
On Thursday of last week Miss
Lillie Sherwood, daughter of Mrs.
Matt McQuin of this village, and
John T. Shellield of Nebraska City
were married in that city, Judge
(iolT ollicialiiig. The bride is one
of the popular young ladies who
grew from childhood in this vicin
ity, ami has many friends who arc
pleased to congratulate her. The
groom is a popular employe of
the .Missouri Pacific, at, Nebraska
City, and is a young man of good
character, honorable and indus
trious. They will make their home
in Nebraska City. Union Ledger.
In District Court.
From Saturday's Dally.
Aii answer was tiled today in the
ollice of the district clerk in the
case of Edward Van Kleecke vs.
the Chicago, Hock Island & Par ilk
Railway company, in which the
company slates that by the fact
the plaintiff rode in the car with
his goods, instead of the caboose
provided by the defendant com
pany, releases them from claim
for damages for injuries received
We have put in a line of Pneumatic Sweepers that we think is the
one that you have been looking for. There is nothing about it to
ge) out of order. Anyone can use it, and it surely does the work.
This sweeper has been sold as high as $16.00, in fact that is the
price asked by most dealers. For a short time only we will make
a price of
and will be glad to give anyone thinking of buying a Pneumatic
a free trial. If it does not do the work send it back and it wont
cost you cent.
Let Us Show You
E. G. DOVEY & SON
In County Court.
From Saturday! Dall.
County court was busy this
morning hearing probate matters.
In the estate of John M unlock,
deceased, John V. Murdock, a son,
was apopinted administrator of
the estate. The estate is quite, a
large one, the parlies in the case
residing near Nehawka.
In the Nicholas Ilalmes estate
a heai'iiii.' was had on the probat
ing of the will and a continuance
taken for thirty davs.
At the Majestic.
"Human Hearts, " that ever new
melodrama of the Arkansas bill-,
is being offered for two nighls al
the Maje-lic, and as acted iy King
rtiiyyoll and the Independent
Slock company, is very pleasing to
the audience, especially to those
who have seen the play when il
has appeared at the I'armele thea
ter, The Majestic was crowded
last nighl and the prospects are
for a larger audience this even
IDE NEW METHODIST
Breaks Right Arm.
(ieorge 1. Mi'isinger was in the
city today wearing his right arm
in a sling, the result of a fall he
received Monday while he was
riding on a load of baled straw.
Mr. Meisinger fell to the ground,
striking his right arm and break
ing il. At the present lime the
arm is 'getting along in nice
In the Dlatrlet Court In mid fur ('
Maud Kninr, 1 'la I lit I (T,
liiini'M V. KiiHptir. Pi'fi-nilnnt.
To Jhiiii's V. KiiFimr, 1 leftMnlimt:
You Hio liorcliv notllli'il that on Miiv
SI I'll'.', iiliilnttir tlliil Iht iH'tllton In
tlii Clerk h olllro of khIiI rotirt nrnv-
lnr for h lirret of tllvori'M upon tlie
Kiounil of rruoltv, ilt-xi-rtlon nnd mm
xiipport, nnd Hsklnn Unit flic tu Rlvon
ttio ciiMtiiily of llrlon KHHpur nnd John
K iih mi r. minor rlillilreu of Kitid niiir-
i in w a nil for hiii'Ii otlmr and further
ii-lli'f iih fuultv may rrimlre.
You nrti retnilred to annwer xnld
pi t It ion on or lipfore Hip 2Mh dnv of
(ictohiT, A. I. 1912, or drfiiu.lt will 1m
entered HKillnxt ''" '' deerea
K i tinted a prayed for in mud petition
MAI'D KASl'AH, l"nlntlff.
Buy Fruit Farm in Iowa.
J. 1. Falter and John V. ('ra
il of this city have just closed
e deal for the purchase of an
excellent lruit rami of lllly acres
rated jusf optside of (ilenwood
paying ils0 per acre for the farm
l'he new owners are delighted
with their purchase and may well
be, for this is the heart of the
great apple bell of Iowa and the
crop there this year was quile
Itev. (iould shipped his house
hold effects and moved his family
o Mynard, this county, on Wed
nesday ot this week. Although
he was a resident of our town but
one year as pastor of the M. K.
church, yet be made many warm
friends of whom the writer is
pleased to be classed as one. In
the hurry in packing and moving
Rev. build staled that he was un
able to call on many to express
his gratitude for acts of kindness
shown during his slay here and
asked that the Courier express for
him that which he had not tho
opportunity to express himself in
person. His many Louisville
friends will wish for him and his
family success in their new Held.
Sick headache is caused by a
disordered stomach. Take Cham
berlain's Tablets and correct that
and the headaches will disappear.
For sale by F. fi. Fricke & Co.
Death a Surprise to Mr. Harger.
Krom Suturday'i Ihilly,
l'he sad news was received last
evening by C. H. Harger, the bar
ber, that his sisler, Mrs. W. M.
Wolfe, of Shuberl, Neb., had puss,
ed away yesterday afternoon. The
news comes as a great shock lo
Mr. Harger, as he was not aware
that his sister was in a dangerous
condition until the telephone mes
sage came telling of her death.
Young Cass County Farmer Wed
Krom Sntunluy's l)lly.
Among me marriage license
notices in the (ilenwood Opinion
this week we notice, that one was
issued lo 1. Emerald Hosteller of
Murray, Neb., and Miss Klinor
Hailor, residing south of (Ilen
wood. Mr, Hosteller is a young
fanner, residing near Murray, and
his friends will be glad to wel
come his new bride lo Ihe good
state of Nebraska.,
Sunday School Delegates.
'l'he delegates to the Cas coun
ty Sunday school convention at
Alvo on October 10 and It will
leave this city Thursday afternoon
on the Schuyler, going to South
Itend, where connection will lie
made with the Rock Island, pul
ling Ihe delegates in Alvo in time
for the evening program. Make
it a point to attend the convention
J. . Copeland, of Daylon,
Ohio, purchased a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
his boy who had a cold, and be
fore Ihe bottle was all used (lie
boy's cold was gone. Is that not
belter than to pay a live-dollar
doctor's bill? For sale by F. (1
Fricke iV; Co.
Woman lov es a clear, rosy com
plexion. Ityrdock Itlood Hitters
is splendid for purifying lh
blood, clearing tho skin, restoring
sound digestion. All druggists
sell it. Price 8 1 .00.
Thomson, Dentist, Wescott Blk
From Saturdny'H Inlly.
J. W. Tomison of near Mynard
was in the city today looking after
Joe lturloii of Murray was an
Omaha visitor this morning to at
tend the Wilson meeting.
Carler Albin and son, of near
I'nion, were in the city today look
ing after business mailers.
Charles Feter of near Louis
ville drove in this morning to as
sist in celebrating (ierniau Day,
I'ncle lien Heckman of near
Murray was in the cily today at
tending to some business mailers.
Or. It. F. Itren.lel of Murray
drove in today from his home and
visiled in the city for a few hours.
Adam ForiiolV of Cedar Creek
was in inl erviewing the mer
chants and visiting his friends to
day. W. O. Meisinger, from west of
the city was in Ihe cily today
looking after some business mat
ters. W. F, (iillespie, the Mynard
grain man, was in town today
looking after some business mat
ters. C. J. Meisinger was in Ihe cily
today from Fight Mile Grove
visiting his father, Jacob Mei
Nicholas Ilalmes, Ihe Weeping
Water miller, was in the city to
day looking after some business
John Meisinger and family
drove in from Ihe farm loday and
looked after some matters of
Mrs. A.- F. Seybert, and children
of near Culloni were in the city
today taking in Ihe German Day
James Tigner of Murray was a
visitor in the city today looking
after matters of business with
William A. Wheeler and Percy
Wheeler departed this morning
on No. 15 for Omaha to attend Ihe
Joe Tubbs of Mynard was
among Ihe large crowd of farm
ers in Ihe cily today looking after
A. F. Nickels of Murray depart
ed this morning for Omaha, where
he will attend the Wood row Wil
son meeting today.
H. M. (Mine of I'nion came in
today and was a passenger for
Omaha, where he visited with his
wife at Ihe hospital.
County Commissioner Jordan
returned lo his home al Alvo Ibis
morning, after being here all week
w il h ( he county board.
John Props!, residing west of
Ihe cily, was n passenger Ibis
morning for Omaha, where he w as
called on business matters.
I. . M. Godwin and son, Albert,
drove in Ibis morning from Ihe
farm, near Murray, and looked
after' business matters in the cily.
Dr. G. II. Gilmore and son,
Walker, were Omaha passengers
this morning, where they will al
lend the Wilson demonstration at.
John Rohrdanz and Alvin Jung
of Louisville were visitors in this
city today and called at this ollice,
Mr. Rohrdanz renewing bis sub
script ion to t his paper.
J. F. Tubbs of the vicinity of
Mynard was al lending to some
business matters in I his city to
day and called itt this ollice and
renewed his subscription.
James Holmes, accompanied by
bis wife and Mrs. W. S. Smilh and
A. M. .Holmes, motored to Ibis
cily yesterday aflernoon and visil
ed with I heir friends for a short
Adam KaU'enberger and son,
August, of Cedar Creek, were
visitors in this cily today and
were pleasant callers at this
ollice, renewing their subscription
to this paper.
C. N. Perry and litlle son, Owen,
of Malcolm, Neb., arriv ed in I his
cily yesterday for a visit over
Sunday with the former's mother,
Mrs. Peter Perry, near Mynard.
Mr. Perry and little son called at,
this office and renewed llieir subscription.
Bought and Sold
Insurance Placed in Best -Companies!
Farm Loans and Rental Agency
- Virgil Filullis
Wilkinson & Hall
The day of harsh physics is
gone. People want mild, easy
laxatives. Doan's Regulets have
:.'! at all
Here is a Woman who speaks
from personal knowledge and
long experience, viz., Mrs. P. II.
Urogan, of Wilson, Pa who says:
"I know from experience that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
far superior to any other. For
croup there is nothing that excels
it." For sale by F. 0. Fricke
The holding of successful sales is
our line. Our interests are with the
seller when it comes to getting every
dollar your property is worth. For
open dates address or call either of
us at our expense by phone. Dates
can be made at .he Journal office.
WILKINSON & HALL.
Frank Gobelman, painting and
paper hanging. 4-9.
Great Sale of c
Crow Agency Lands!
350,000 acres of the finest Crow Indian Reservation lands near Hardin,
Mont., will be sold at auction October 21, 1912, at a minimum price of $1.50
per acre; no residence is required and a title is furnished at once. There lands
are located in Southern Montana, near Billings, and will advance steadily in
valus, because of the changing conditions in raising cattle.
You Will Never Have a Chance Like This Again
ROUND TRIP TICKETS will be on sale October 15th to Billings, Har
din and other destinations, stopovers allowed: on these tickets you can see the
free Kinkaid homesteads in Western Nebraska, stop at Upton, Moorcroft and
Gillette to see the Mondell 1520 acre free homesteads; stop at Hardin and see
the Crow Indian lands. Or you can buy homeseekers' tickets to all points in
the Big Horn Basin at the same fares, ami see the heavy crops in that locality.
October is a good month in which to visit that region and note the exhibit
of 1912 dry farming and irrigated land products everywhere in the Northwest.
D. CLEM DEAVER,
l004Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. Immigration Agent.
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