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Kd Casey came in from Omaha
Miss Pearl Reefer went to Lin
Mrs. V. Whitney returiH'l from
Miss Mario Slroemor was a Lin
coln visitor Saturday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Kirkiatrick
went to Lincoln Wednesday.
Mrs. G. P. Foreman, jr., was a
passenger to Lincoln Friday.
Miss Peterson of Lincoln 19
visiting friends in town this week.
Mrs. G. P. Foreman, sr., came
in from Lincoln on No. 18 Friday.
William Uptegrove returned on
No. 18 Wednesday from Peru,
Ed Carr and family of Fagle
visited Sunday with J. II. Slroemor
Dr. Jones of Murdock was in
town on professional business
John Linch of Lincoln visited
his sister, Mrs. L. B. Apploman,
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman,
jr., were passengers for Lincoln
Wednesday on No. 13.-
Dr. L. Muir and family spent
Sunday with Fred Dreamer and
family at, University Place.
Charles Hosenow is having two
dormers put in this week. Charles
rUiclton is doing tho work.
Mrs. F. II. Candy and Mrs. F. M.
Grove and their children were
Lincoln visitors Thursday.
W. K. Nevvkirk came in Thurs
day from Seward, Neb., visiting
his family until Monday morning.
Miss Alia Linch of York, Neb.,
spent a few days last week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Able Prouty returned home Sat
urday from University Place,
where he visited his son, Joe and
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Forsytho of
Lincoln auloed down to spend
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miss Orphio Mullen of Rokeby
spent a few days with her father
L. D. Mullen, tho latter part of
" Mrs. K. M. Brantner of Fair
bury, Neb., moved into the Thomas
building Wednesday and will
operate a cream station.
Alfred K. Carson and Samuel D.
Boone drove down to Nchawka
Tuesday on a hunting and trap
ping expedition, to be gone several
II. B. Evans came in Monday
from Faii-bury and will hold the
position of operator for the Hock
Island lines, recently vacated by
Tho Misses Hutu
, : ' '!
Theresa Hight of University Place
and Pearl Keefer gavo a recital
Friday evening, November 8, to
an appreciative audience.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prouty re
turned home Monday from Uni
versity Place, where they had
been to help care for I heir brother,
Joe Prouty, who is very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Bird and
children drove to Waverly Friday
to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Bird's mother, who passed away
Wednesday morning, November 0,
Lee Suavely auloed to Lincoln
Saturday and was accompanied
home by Mrs. Cora Suavely and
children and Mrs. Minnie Km IT of
Lincoln, who visited over Sunday
Mrs. Henry Ilennett of Waverly
ranin in Saturday to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Nervia Knott, and Walter
Kalian and family, and Mr. Den
nett auloed over Sunday after
noon and Mrs. Ilennett returned
home with him.
Mr. and Mrs. George Braun left
Tuesday for Chicago, Illinois,
where they will visit Mr. Braun's
relatives, and from there I hey will
go to New York ' to visit Mr.
Hraun's brothers and other rela
tives for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Boylos, ac
companied by Miss Therisa
.Hoyles of Overton, Nub., W. O.
Hoyles of Lincoln and Mrs. E. M.
Stone ami son, La Verne, auloed to
Lincoln Saturday. Mrs. Slone and
son visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Cashner at University Place,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Hoyles,
all returning Sunday evening.
No More Valuable !
Than a Llfo Size Portrait of
One You Love. j
Murray, Nob. J
Advertising brings forth desired
.J. IRAK LEY.
Clyde Jenkins went lo Avora
Mr. Fssiek is having his mm
-helled this week.
Will Slohlmau went to Omaha
Johnnie Heeney has blood
poison in his hand.
Mrs. Hugh O'Brien visited in
town oue day this week.
Vena Rockwell drove lo Weep
ing Water last Monday.
Mr. Harms was a passenger lo
Omaha Tuesday morning.
Tom Keckler and wife aut I up
to Omaha Friday of last week.
Leo Tighe was a passenger lo
Omaha Wednesday morning.
Joe Messiana hauled a load of
lumber out to his farm this week.
Dr. Fordyce went lo Lincoln to
visit a couple of days this week.
Mrs. Theodore Harms went to
Lorton for a few days' visit last
Miss Lily Tighe attended the
teachers' meeting in Omaha last
A. Heeney went to Omaha to be
operated on for appendicitis Wed
Vena Rockwell and Joe Portis
drove up to Cedar Creek Saturday
A niece of Mrs. Theodore
Harms, of Lorton, visited wilh her
Albert Tighe went to Omaha
Wednesday morning to consult
Mrs. Charles Jenkins ami chil
dren of Avoca visited in Manley
Joe Porties and Waller O'Brien
ate dinner with IV L. St rough and
family last Sunday.
Clyde and Clara Jenkins and
Miss Crew took supper at the Cap
ron home Sunday evening.
George Reckard attended the
protracted meetings in progress
at Weeping Water one night last
0. A. Coon, the land man, was
driving through the country look
ing after business interests last
Misses Hazel Crew and Clara
Jenkins went auto riding with Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Keckler Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Green spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miller.
Miss Hazel Crew spent Sunday
at the Jenkins' home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox of Lincoln
and Will Gerlac and family and
mother of Ilaveloek attended the
funeral of Jimniie Gerlac.
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Mr. and Mrs. Schwind and Mr.
Rau took dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Will Raulh Sunday.
A blacksmith came last Monday
to tako possession of the shop
here, but couldn't find any rooms
or a house, so backed out and
Mrs. ( i rover Livingston and
children of Plattsmoulh auloed
over lo Manley for a visit with
J. A. Keedy and wife one day last
week. Mrs. Keedy returned home
with them for a short visit.
People of Manley and vicinity
were shocked to hear of the
iekness and death of little Jimmie
Gerlac. He took sick Tuesday
forenoon and died early Friday
morning. Jimmie was a child that
was beloved by everyone who
camo in contact wilh him and will
he greatly missed in tho com
munity. Tho entire community
extend their sympathy to the be
The Treatment of Catarrh.
Catarrh is an inflammation of
a mucous membrane, due to
various causes, but mostly to
some irritation that increases the
How of mucus or of tho stomach
juice. In the catarrh of the stoni
ach the irritation is caused by
errors of diet, alcoholism or cold
Tho treatment is simple. Tho
overloaded digestivo organs
should bo first thoroughly cleaned
out with Triner's American Elixir
of Hitler Wine and then receive
complete rest. This remedy wil
givo new strength to tho organs
so that in a few days they will bo
able to do their duty again. Not
only in this disease, but in every
other malady of tho stomach and
tho intestines, in every indisposi
tion before or after meals, like
loss of appetite, sour eructations,
weakness, nausea, vomiting,
flatulence, headache, constipation,
this remedy gives quick relief. At
drugstores. Jos. Triner, 1333-39
S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, III.
When baby suffers with eczema
or some itching skin trouble, use
Doan's Ointment. A little of it
goes a long way and it is safe for
children. 5oc a box at all stores.
Jones was in Omaha Tues-
Miss Viola Everett spent a few
Jays lasl week at Elliott, Iowa.
John Sfhwin, John Gustin and
Fmi! Kuehn autoed to Omaha
Mr. Goetz and family were Sun
day guests of Jacob Goehry, sr.,
Frank Glaubitz and William
Rush were passengers to Lincoln
Charles Gulhman of Murphy,
Idaho, is visiting his brother,
Henry Guthman and family.
Miss Verda Thorpe, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Lucille,
of Lincoln, vvcro in Omaha Satur
day. Harry McDonald and wife were
passengers to Omaha Sunday on
No. 14, returning Monday even
ing. Misses Hertha and Mina Goehry
of Omaha and Anna Goehry of
iincoln spent Sunday wilh home
Mr. and Mrs. James Hrittian of
incoln came down Tuesday even
ing for a visit wiin relatives ana
Mrs. Louis Neitzel and grand
aughter, Catherine Neitzel, re
turned Sunday morning, after a
ten days' trip to Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. John Aingwert
and daughter, Marvel, returned
Sunday from a few days' visit wilh
relatives near Bennett, Neb.
Misses Anna Fellman, Pearl
Hannah and Martha Goehry of
Valley, Neb., spent Saturday and
Sunday wilh the laller's parents
E. T. Tool and wife entertained
at dinner Sunday Turner McKin
non and family of near Alvo, and
red Gorder and family of Weep
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Mrs. Ross Crabtree of Lincoln
spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Welenkamp.
Mesdames Bogenrief and Mc-
Kabe of Elmwood visited with Mrs.
John Rudolph Saturday.
J. (i. Johnson left Monday for
Cadams, this slate, to resume his
work as contractor and builder.
Mrs. Henry Westlake of Mur-
lock arrived yeslerday for a few
lays' visit at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Renner.
Mrs. Julius Ried of Syracuse
arrived in town luesday for a
hort visit wilh her daughter, Mrs.
George Reiter, jr., and family.
Grandpa McKay has not been so
well as usual the last tew days.
He is at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Charles Renner, at present.
From the appearance of our
village last Friday morning, evi
dently a cyclone must haves truck
this porition of Cass county some
time during the wee hours of the
Monday evening while J. II.
Lalron was tilling a lamp the
gasoline dripped on his right
hand from a leak, and in lighting
the lamp the gas on his hand
caught lire, burning his hand se
Jack Lyell returned Saturday
from Barnesville, Minn., where he
had been for several weeks past
buying and shipping potatoes.
Owing to a shortage of cars there
for shipping at present, he expects
to return and comple his orders
for potatoes up there.
Born To Mr. ami Mrs. John
Davis, Sunday, November 3, a boy.
Max Green of South Omaha was
here this week negotiating for
the purchase of the Twiss meat
market. Ho will return Monday
lo try and complete tho deal.
Mrs. II. J. Ackles and little
grandson, Charles Ackles, left
Monday for I heir home near
Elgin, after an extended visit with
relatives in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ragoss and
daughter, Hulda, went to Omaha
Friday morning, where Miss Hulda
will enter St. Joseph's hospital
and undergo an operation for ap
pendicitis. Fritz Schmardercr met with
quite a painful accident Sunday
He was cranking a car when it
"kicked" him on his forearm and
broke one of the bones, besides
bruising the arm in quite a seri
J. R. Harris, who is now living
on the Poll is farm, west of town,
will move to Louisville and will
occupy I ho Robertson house on
Gospel Hill. Amos Keiser will
move at once on the farm vacated
by Mr. Harris.
George Thompson and Miss
Clara Ralhbun left for Seward last
Saturday, where they were mar
ried at the home of Mr. Thomp
son's sister, Mrs. L. Chamberlaiu.
They will make their home in
Louisville, where they are well
known and have a host of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Parmele re
turned Monday from their ranch
at Broken How. They accom
panied the wife of their ranch
foreman, Mrs. Arthur Thompson,
home, the latter having under
gone an operation recently in an
C. C. Jackman had the mis
fortune to lose one of a pair of
line iron grey colts from spinal
meningitis Monday night. A
veterinary from Weeping Water
was called, but he was unable lo
save the animal. This disease is
an epidemic, but it is not con
tagious. Mrs. Chris Duerr had the mis
fortune to slip and fall last Sat
urday, breaking three ribs. A
Louisville physician was called
and she was made as comfortable
as possible. On account of her
age her family fear she may not
recover. Mrs. Anna Leddy has
arrived from South Bend lo as
sist in the care of her mother.
New Bar Docket.
The clerk of the district court
has just received I he bar docket
for the November term of the dis
trict court, which begins Monday,
November 2. The criminal doc
ket is not, very large this term,
there being only four cases, while
there are forty-live civil cases.
Mrs. D. B. Porter departed last
Saturday morning for Rescue, Ne
braska, to make several days' visit
with her relatives.
G. W. Garrison and wife arrived
home Sunday from Seymour, Iowa,
where they had been visiting rela
tives for several days.
The report reaches us that
Cloyd Steele and wife of Nebraska
Lily are ine parents or a new
daughter, born Monday, Novem
H. C. Knight, who has been en
gaged at carpenter work in Iowa
for some lime, came home Sunday
lo visit his family for a few days.
L. J. Ball and Frank Sherwood
departed Tuesday morning to
make a trip to Montana, visiting
Al E. Stiles nt Glendive and look
ing at the Montana farming lands.
John Mueller and wife of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, who were visiting
William Mueller and family and
other relatives in this county, de
parted for home Monday.
Miss Ada Brawner of Spring
field, a student in the Slate Normal
at Peru, came up from the latter
place Tuesday evening and made
a visit here wilh her friends, Mis
ses Elsie and Hatlie Taylor.
W. B. Banning, Will Wolfe, Dr.
Walker and John R. Pierson went
over to the river Wednesday
morning to hunt all kinds of game
(except bull moose), but sworn
statement of the result of the
hunt has not yet been filed in this
Such Proof as This Should Con
vince Any Plattsmouth
The public endorsement of a
local citizen is the best proof that
can be produced. Nono better
none stronger can be had. When
a man conies forward and testifies
to his .fellow citizens, addresses
his friends and neighbors, you
may be sure he is thoroughly con
vinced or ho would not do so
Telling one's experience when it
is for the public good is an act of
kindness that should bo ap
predated. Tho following state
ment given by a resident of
Plattsmoulh, adds one more to the
many cases of Homo Endorsement
which arc being published about
Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it.
AV. M. Barclay, proprietor of
restaurant, Main street, Platls
mouth, Neb., says: "I have not
had a single symptom of kidney
complaint since Doan's Kidney
Pills cured me several years ago
I am glad to verify the statement
I gave in 1908 endorsing them
had an extreme lameness across
my loins, when I began usin
Doan's Kidney Pills. This remedy
soon corrected the trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Fosler-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
the United States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no olher.
J Republican. 4
Harold Barnes came in the last
of the week from Aberdeen, S. D.,
where he has ben working, and
will spend the winter at home.
Mrs. Sarah A. Giberson return
ed from a two weeks' visit with
Mrs. M. A. Street and other old
friends and neighbors at Plaits-
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dunn moved
to Omaha this week, where they
own a good home. Mr. Frank
Jameson has moved into the Dunn
Mrs. James Colbert returned
Monday from Lincoln, where she
lad been lo see her grandson,
Lawrence Colbert, at the hospital,
who is not getting along very well.
C. L. Hackathorn moved to
town from the farm, into the C.
A. Robins' house on the South
Side. This family came to town
on account of our god schools
Dr. and Mrs. Welch returned
Saturday night from Wray, Colo.
The doctor went out in his car
and reports the round trip with
only one puncture, but ran into
about three inches of snow at Mc
Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Homan re
turned Tuesday from Omaha. Mr.
Homan's eye, in which ho got the
piece of steel a few days ago, is
doing very nicely and will soon
be entirely well. He had a narrow
escape from losing the sight of
one eye, however.
Frank Wilkinson is making
great record .in football at
Doane college. He is captain of the
second team and last week he held
own the position of quarterback
on the 'varsity team, the old posi
tion that Barry occupied so ef
ficiently while he was in school.
This is pretty good for the first
ear in school.
Ole Oleson has received a large
contract from the Great Western
Sugar Co. for sugar stone to be
hipped to Brush, Cool. The com
pany will take all the stone that
Mr. Oleson can put on the track.
Weeping Water stone is well
known among the sugar refineries
of Colorado. AVe have the quality
and the quantity.
j Leader-Echo. 4
jojjj j 11 I 1
Noel Tyson' came home from
Peru Tuesday to vole and spend
the balance of the week with the
Mr. and Mrs. II. AV. McBride are
rejoicing over the arrival or a
baby boy at their home AA'cdncs
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lorenz and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lenz autoed to Logan, Iowa, last
Tuesday to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Charles Lorenz.
Rev. J. G. Stanard of Beaver
Crossing, former Elmwood min
ster, was shaking hands here with
old friends between trains AVed-
Arthur and AVilliam Lorenz
were passengers for Logan, la.,
AVednesday morning, where they
attended the funeral of their aunt,
Mrs. Chas. Lorenz.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lorenz were
called lo Logan, Iowa, Monday on
account of the serious illness of
the former's mother, who wo nre
informed, died on Tuesday.
Andrew Christenscn of near
Greenwood, formerly a resident of
this vicinty and brother of our
good farmer friend, James Christ
enscn, was shaking hands and re
newing old acquaintances here
J. T. Lislon came homo AA'ed
nesday evening from Omaha,
where ho had been several days
with his wife, who is In n hospital
there. Mrs. Liston underwent a
second operation Sunday morning,
Dr. Liston being in attendance.
John Olson has not been pro
perly attending to his duties as
manager of the Elmwood mill
since Sunday and his absence
from our streets has been notice
able. The patience of mill patrons
is hereby invoked. Mr. and Mrs.
Olson are the happy parents of a
new baby daughter.
Our good old friend, Uncle Bill
Buster, of Ashland, will have
oysters galore to eul some time
this winter. All good democrats
should watch for the announce
ment of Governor Aldrich and be
thankful in the presence of their
friends. Mr. Busier is the most
unselfish democrat we have ever
Never can tell when you'll mash
a finger or suffer a cut, bruise,
burn or scald. Bo prepared.
Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas'
F.cloctie Oil. Your druggist sells
it. 2ro and 50c.
HK H-H-fr K-!"."I I"I"H
John Whiteman mnvedes the
election of Nick Opp, and at
tributes the result partly lo Gen
eral Apathy and partly to the fact
thai Nick got the most votes.
(Uis Hanson lost a valuable
spring colt Saturday night. He
fould it dead in the barnyard
Sunday morning and does not
know what was the matter.
Hog cholera is assuming alarm
ing proportions in this neighbor
hood. Ray Pollard's hogs are
dying with it; John Knabo has
lost a lot of his and a number of
other farmers report it among
W. II. Porter was in Wednesday
from his farm near Union, wear
ing one of these new fall stylo of
democratic smiles. "Bill" was so
reckless in his joy that he left us
a dollar, partly on subscription
and partly to console us for our
The roads about Nehawka have
been put into good shape for the
winter so far as grading and fix
ing up culverts is concerned. Now
if those who are fixed lo do so will
see that they are dragged after
j every rain until they freeze up we
will be deserving of the slogan,
"Good roads town."
George Henry Corwin was born
in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, Decem
ber 16, 1891, and died near Ne
hawka October 31, 1912, aged 21
years, 10 month and 15 days.
George Corwin was the eldest son
of Mrs. S. Hansen, by a former
marriage, and bis illness was of
only a few weeks' duration. The
disease was typhoid fever of the
most malignant type, and li is case
was almost hopeless from the
George Mark says he had the
biggest and best dinner he has had
for years Sunday, and he wants it
understood he isn't knocking on
home cooking, either. Sunday was
the thirty-fifth anniversary of be
and his good wife's marriage, and
about sixty of their friends and
neighbors invaded them with bas
kets and boxes of the finest eats
ever. George and his wife were
surprised, but recovered enough
lo do justice lo the spread and
George says he has been getting
over it ever since.
Those of our subscribers who
desire to pay their subscriptions
in wood are requested to bring it
in before tho roads get bad, as
we desire to place it in the dry.
Come in with it, boys, right away.
NOTIC'K OF Sl IT TO QVIKT TITI.K.
Ia the District Court In and for Cam
Edltha C. Woods, Plaintiff,
Thomas K. Clark, et al.. Defendants.
To the Defendants, George T. McColluni,
Kuth McCollum, Jean McColluni
Wright McCollum, Carl C. Wright
and Mrs. Carl C. Wright:
You are hereby notified that on Mav
8, 1912, plaintiff filed her suit In the
District Court of Cass County, Ne
braska, to quiet the title to the follow
ing described land In Cass County, Ne
The West Half (W4) of the
Northeast Quarter (NK'.i), the
Southeast Quarter (SK) of the
Northeast Quarter (NKVi) and the
Northwest Quarter (NW), all of
Section twelve (12), and lot thirty
four (34), in the Southeast Quarter
(SK'4) of the Southeast Quarter
(.S10V4) lot thirty-five (35), In the
Southwest Quarter (SWH) of the
Southeast Quarter (SKV4) and lot
thirty-six CtU), In the Northwest
Quarter (NW) of the Southeast
Quarter (S104). of Section one (1),
all of said lunds In Township ten
(10) North, I ta nn- eleven (11),
Kust of the 6th 1. M.
And that on November 7, 1912, said
plaintiff Hied her supplemental petition
showing the death of William 11.
Wright, and alleging that you, among
others, are the heirs at law of the said
William II. Wright, and praying for
relief as prayed for in her original
petition, because of her adverse pos
session by herself and grantors of said
lands for more than ten years prior to
the commencement of said suit, and to
enjoin each und all of yon from having
or. claiming any right, title, lien or In
terest, either legai or equitable, in or
to said lands, or any part thereof, and
to require you and each of you to set
forth your right, title, lien or Interest
therein, If any, either legal or
equitable, and to have the same ad
judged Inferior to the title of plaintiff,
and for general equitable relief, this
notice Is made pursuant to the order
of the court.
You are required to answer this
retltion on or before the 23rd day of
ecemher, A. I. 1912 or your default
will be dulv entered therein.
KldTHA C. WOODS, Plaintiff.
HAWKS & HOUKKTKUN.
Ia (he INntriet Court of Cn Couuty,
Frank Clans. l'lalntilT,
William Smith, et al.. Defendants.
To William Smith. Mrs. William Smith,
his wife (first name unknown)..
Thomas O. I'almer, M. Jane Palmer,
and the t'nknown Heirs and De
visees of William Smith, deceased:
You and each of you will hereby take
notice that on the 2nd day of November,
1912. Frank Clans, plaintiff In the fore
going entitled cause, tiled his petition
In the District Court of Cass County,
Nebraska, against you. the object, pur
pose and prayer or which Is to obtain
a decree from said Court removing
clouds from and miietlng the title of
record to lot live ( and three (3) feet
off of and along the west sido of lot
four (4), In block eighteen (IS), In the
City of l'lattsinoiith, Cass County, Ne
braska, In plaint Iff, as against yoii ami
to exclude and enjoin you and each of
you front ever asserting or claiming
any rlwcht. title or Interest therein ad
verse to plaintiff and for such other'
uml further relief as may be Just ami
You nre required to answer snhf
petition on or before the Itith day of
December, 1 i 1 J, or the allegations con
tained In said petition will be taken as
true ii ml a decree rendered as prayed
Dated: November 4th. 1912.
FltANK Cl.ACH, Plaintiff,
llv JOHN M. i.KYDA, His Attorney.
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