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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 2, 1913)
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At this time, in the midst of the extra work at the year's
eud, we like to pause a moment to extend to our friends the
compliments of the season.
Happiness, you know, is the only thing that increases the
more you give away, so we want to pass along a word of good
We give this as our New Year's pledge:
Throughout the year we shall make every effort to keep
and merit a reputation for efficient service and fair courteous
Lincoln Telephone and
H" i - L. .
( I eiegicapn company
J. K. POLLOCK, Local Manager
The Home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Wescott the Scene of a Most
The annual New Year's recep
tion of the Kpworth League wan
held Tuesday evening ul "Sunny
Hide," tlie beautiful home of Mr.
and Mrs. K. II. Wescoll, where
they have been entertained every
New Year's eve for t he past 11 ft ecu
years, with only one or two ex
ceptions, and the reception this
year was one of the most, pleasant
that lias ever been held, the only
thing to detract from the enjoy
ment was the absence of Mr. and
Mrs. ('. K. Wescoll, who have
served as host ami hostess for
Hie i.eaguers on so many pleas
ant occasions. A most, pleasing mankind, arier which the gather
program was given during I lie I big dispersed, with many wishes
evening, Ihe llrst number of
which was a very charming duel.
by Misses Alice Tuey and Lillian
Thompson, which was greatly ap -
predated, as was the reading by
Mrs. A. J. Ileeson, Idling of Ihe
troubles of a woman shopping
during Ihe holiday rush. Ashd
Hiirnoll also favored the crowd
with a humorous reading that
certainly demonstrated the gen
tleman's ability as an enlerla'.ior
and brought forth much laughter
and applause from Ihe delighted
A New Year's poem was read by
Mrs. Marvella King of Superior,
Neb., in lief usual pleasing man
ner, and was one of Ihe pleasant
features of Ihe evening's enter
tainment. Ouring the evening
splendid music was given on the!
grapahone. which added much to
the enjoyment of all those attend-
ing. One of the chief features i
of lb ilerlainmeiit ami which !
provoked a ureal deal of nierri-;
nient, was the contest in w Ii i-h t he 1
gentlemen present took part, each
one was handed small squares of
January Travel Bulletin
TO THE SOUTH Homoseukers' excursions are announced for January 7th
ami 21st, and February 4th and 18th. Theyrfurtiiah low rates for a most at
tractive southern tour. Southern tourost furcs every day with longer limits;
many of theae tours include k'"K "no way iind returning another.
DENVER, COLO.-NATIONAL STOCK SHOW. January 20th to 25th
Speciel rates January 18th to 20th.
LINCOLN, NEB.- Great Convention to Organiie Agriculture, Week of Jan
uaty 20th to 24th. Twenty-two Societies meet for the advancement of Nc
Dairy Cattle Breeders
Nebraska Rural Life
Hol!leekt Excurlon to the Weit and Nortliwet first and third Tues
days durinc PM.'t. Very low rates to liiir Horn Uuflin. Wvominir. Colorado, the
" Jl far Went and Northwest, including tho Pacific Coast.
IliOli!?! " R-w- CLEMEffTTCferk
cheese cloth, on which the figures
HH:t were stamped in craon( and
were rcipiestcd to outline these in
red, using whatever stitch they
desired, and some line needlework
was shown as the result of the
skillful handling of the needle h.
ine young men, aiuioiigii we ircin
! hie o think, of what will happen
I in I he ful lire should I he suf
i fragell.es be successful and Ihe
I sterner sex be compelled o take
i up Ibis line of work. Chester
Tuey was given Ihe prize by Ihe
fair judges for the line work he
succeeded in making, although
I here, were several very com
plicated pieces of needlework
Toward the close of Ihe even
ing six handsome young ladies
served Ihe gal tiering with most
delicious ice cream and cake, Ihe
ice cream being in Ihe League
colors of red and white. As ihe
sentinel of time announced the
approach of the new year of tit I. 'I,
lb'V. W. L. Auslin made a few re
marks of what the new year held
in store and how it. could he
utilized for the betterment of
' r"r a Happy New ear mil il
U!'l her again on December
1 u 1 " welcome another
Buys Bottling Works.
Henry Jess has just closed a
deal whereby he becomes the own
er of the Plallsmoiilh Holding
Works, having purchased Ihe in
terest, of Fred (i. Fgenherger, who
has been Ihe owner of the estab
lishment for a number of ears.
This is one of Ihe best plants of
ils kind in Ihe slate ami Ihe out
put of Ihe faclory is in great de
mand throughout this section,
where il has become noted for ils
splendid line of soft drinks.
COUGHING AT NIGHT.
One bad cough can keep the
whole family uwnko at night. Phil,
Hisorncnu, SrhalTer, Mich., says:
"I could not sleep on account, of
a bad cough, and I was very weak.
I used Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound, mid snon the cough
left and I slept, soundly all night."
For sale by F. (1. Fricke & Co.
Combined Apple and Com Show
State Swine Breeders
Nebraska Horse Breeders
State Live Stock Improvers
General PastenjaV Agent, Omaha, Nebr.
.January I and j
"IKE ft FROM RECTORS"
A FIRST-CUSS ATTRACTION
"Tlii' ilirl limn Hector's" wn
drawing rani al III" I'arniele
lln-aler lal eeniir-, anil pleased
I In- large audience present to vvil
ni'ss it. Tin" play js a farce
adapted from I In1 French, and of
course lias liiTii lamed down for
presenlal ion mi I ho American
stage, hut still possesses much
snap ami go ami is a laugh from
slai'l lo finish. Nancy Lee Or
v, in, llio girl, was very good ami
hail a wry hamlsonn' appearance
on tin' stage, as well as being a
clever actress; as Hit-hard
( )'haiiu li nessy. (icorge llyland
was ,':n ah!'- acor ami mailo a
i'nis! realistic representation of
Hie harrass:" hushaml. Sevei'al
cleer speciiillies were given till i '
mg I he progress of I he play, ami
which were pleasing to everyone,
as was also the music furnisheil
hv Prof. Kolhaha am) his or
chestra. Take the show llnough
out. it was a very good proilncl ion
ami everyone seemed Well salisfird
ATTEMPTS 10 Ml-
Strango Woman in the Case, but
the Attempt Proves Futile at
bile on her was lo work at
Ihe M. . Sin il h shirt factory
about 7 o'clock Tuesday morning
Miss liernice Itacek, residing in
Hie west part of Ihe cjly. ran into
a rat her start ling at tempi ei. child
abandonment case, .lust as she
was passing under Ihe Missouri
I'acilic viaducl, on Locust street,
she thought she heard the cries
of a liflle child ami stopped lo in
On glancing back of I
one of I he large stone pier
. ; . . I .... i . I . i i
viauuci, sue Discovered a nun
child, apparently only a few
weeks old, laying on t tie ground,
ami she at once picked il up and
carried it, lo Ihe sidewalk and was
attempting lo hush its cries when
she noliccil a woman . staruling
nearby, and Miss llocek called lo
her and said thai she had found a
child, when the woman staled I hat
the little one belonged lo her and
oll'ercd the girl r to take Ihe
child home ami keep it.
The girl was rather badly
frightened and refused lo have
anything lo do with Ihe mailer
and starled on, leaving the babe
in Ihe possession of Ihe woman.
The woman continued to plead
with the girl lo take the little one.
staling thai ils name was F.dilh
May, but declining lo give her
name, ami fold Miss Itacek Ihal
she was going lo the country. The
woman was well dressed, Willi line
black plush coal ami large while
bill, ami the child, loo, had line
clothing, but further than this
nolhing could he learned of Ihe
matter, ami Miss Hacek refused lo
lake the child ami continued on
her way lo town, while Ihe woman
look Ihe child and disappeared.
The matter will probably re
main a myslery, as Ihe woman was
evidently a sl ranger in Ihe cily
and apparently had gotten oil" the
Missouri I'acilic I rain. She had a
small child's go-cart with her and
tendered il lo the young lady with
Ihe baby. Frank Itacek, brother
of Ihe girl, slates Ihal Monday
night when he passed the same
spot he Ihoughl he heard cries,
bul was not positive, and it may
be that an nl letup! was made that
evening lo dispose of Ihe child.
Former Resident Married.
Charles Haiti of Springlldd. S.
!., and Mrs. Christina Hair of
Keysor, Lincoln county, Colorado,
were united in marriage by County
Judge C. M. Miles in Hugo, Colo
rado, on December 30, in Ihe
presence of Mrs. Miles and Clar
ence M. Miles, jr. The groom is a
prominent contractor of Spring
Hold, and the bride has a home
stead in the soul hern pari of Lin
coln county, about twenty miles
southwest of Hugo, the county
seal. Mrs. Han is a former resi
dent of this city and her friends
will be pleased lo learn of her
Mrs. Thomas Wiles Quite III.
Mrs. Thomas Wiles was taken
Muile sick last night. The family
physician was called ami Ibis
morning she was reported as rest
ing much easier. Her large circle
of friends trust that her illness
will be of short duration and that
she will soon be able lo be among
them again in her usual good
' Go to Weeping Water.
The M. W. A. orchestra, com
posed ,,!' V. It. Holly, Miss Marie
i'ilzgerald, K. II. Schuihof and
Anion liajeck, were passengers
eslerd:l afiel liooil t'ul' Weeping
Water, wheie they plajed for Hie
luml hall given at I'hilpot's hill.
There was a very large crovd
present and an elegant oyster
supper was served to the dancers
during the evening, which added
great Iv to Ihe pleasure of the oc
OTHER OF OUR GIRLS
tVliss Rose Mumm United in Mar
riage. to Mr. James Doig of
due of Ihe most pleasant home
weddings of Ihe holiday season
occurred Tuesday evening at the
home of Mrs. Margaret Mumm,
when her daughter, Miss Hose
I.ouise, was united in marriage lo
Mr. James Hoig of Mcllvillc, Kan
sas. Promptly at. H o'clock Miss
Christine Soonnichsen softly play
ed "Xevin's Love Song," as the
bridal parly entered Ihe hand
somely decorated parlors and look
their places beneath a beautiful
arch of smilax, ribbons and ferns,
where Itev. J. 11. Sieger of Ihe (!er
inan Lutheran church pronounced
Ihe words Dial made Ihem one,
using I lie impressive ring service
of Ihal church. Following the
to I he enl ire party.
The bride was beauliful in a
gown of while chill'on over mes
caline and carried a liouiucl of
bridal roses. She was allended
by her sister. Miss Pearl Mumm.
as bridesmaid, who Wore pink
uiessaline and carried a very
handsome boiiipicl. of link carna
tions. The groom and the best
man, Mr. Carl 5. Sorum, of ltell-
ville, Kansas, wore Ihe customary
The Mumm home was decorated
in a most lavish manner for Ihe
wedding, the parlors being deeor-
ated in green and white, while the
dining room was most beautiful
in pink ami while and made a
handsome setting for the joyful
occasion. Mr. ami Mrs. Doig will'
make Iheir future home in Helle-,
villi', Kansas, where the groom is i
engaged in railroad work, and t hoy
will lake the best wishes of a host
of friends in this cily, who have
known Ihe accomplished and
charming bride for years, and
every one of her friends will join
in wishing Ihe young couple a
long and happy married life.
POLICE RESTORES STOLEN
POCK ETBOQK AND GONT EN S
Tuesday uiglit (ieorge Poisall,
jr., who is here visiting, discover
ed Ihal be had been "loiiched" for
his iockel book, containing some
-'0, and he al once reported the
mailer lo Ihe police, with Ihe
circumstances surrounding the
Ihefl, and suspicion was al once
placed on a man giving Ihe name
of "Mandolin Jack." who had
dropped into I own and had been
playing at saloons ami Ihe shin
ing parlor of Thomas Jel L Olliccr
Trout at once went to the room
that the man was sleeping in and
proceeded lo search him for Ihe
money, w hich was found under I ho
bed in I ho room. The ollicer re
stored the money lo Ihe owner and
ordered the man to leave lown at
once. 'which he did. The man
staled that, he had jus I. been re-
leased from the penitentiary a few;
weeks, bul declined to give any
further statement concerning the
Lived Here 32 Years Ago.
Henry Shoemaker and son,
Freddie, from near Nehawka, ac
companied by Fred Lau of Nor
folk, were in the cily for a few
hours today, driving up in Mr.
Shoemaker's auto. Thirty-two
years ago Mr. Lau was a resident
of Cass county and worked several
years for Mr. Shoemaker. About
Iwenly-tive years ago he went to
Norfolk, whore he has been en
gaged in farming ami is doing
nicely, but as several years of hi
earlier life were spent in Cass
county ami at, the Shoemaker
home, this county seems like home
to him yet. The Journal ac
knowledges a pleasant call from
IhiMii. ami we can truhlfully say
that we round Mr. Lau to In a
mighty line fellow. ,
Thomsen, Dentltt, Wescott Btfc.
Highest Market Price
-AT ALL TIMES FOR-
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PUnSMOUTH BASKET BALL
IBM PLAYS OMAHA H. S.
Th.J" i'laltsnioulh Nigh school
basket tall team was defeated by
the O.lmha High school learn last
eveni ;4 al the Y. M. C. A. in that
cily l.jr.lhe score oT 29 to 1 1, but
the sr'tle does not tell the story of
the ginio, which was one of the
best nat the boys have taken part
in an( )hey fought a-Jiard battle
y superior odds, not
outweighed, but the
( Jniah Ueani contains a number
of vo cfiuis who have played
again A. 'all the big city teams. In
Ihe 11.41 half the local learn held
Ihe SKre to a tie, 7 to 7, but in
the siAnd half the Omaha team
charge their players around and
slarlel out to take the game and
were not very particular how
i ougli Sjlhey used the boys. The
leam Ides lo Auburn tomorrow,
land w 11, -probably come home with
Ihe scalps of the Xeniaha county
boys lumping to their belts. The
earn i f elting better all the lime
and hf H developed some splendid
talent lat should give the High
school :J winning leam next sea-
II ZEKE" THE NEXT
ATTRACTION AT THE PARMELE
One( Ihe most popular attrac
: lions (rijlhe mad this season will
; ho seeu aL the I'arniele theater for
i "no ii'ght, Saturday, January S.
will be; found one of those sweet,
next t hat ure plays Ihal always
please The country atmosphere,
Ihe ipliiiit character drawings,
I ho to rb of . sensation, together
w ith H 'c;w holesomo comedy, make
an entirtjainnicut. t! nt interests all
classes-ill like. The dramatic cast
this season is said lo be Ihe best
I hat hits j ever been sent out, with
I ho ph'and the specialities arc
up to Ju' cast in strength. As
in preNhiju.s years of ils successful
run, Hy band and orchestra is a
feu tun i ! hat. packs the houses at
every i-rf formance. Thov are all
aocomi lished musicians, and t he
coined) parade u lie given at noon
Saturd.ty, is a show in itself. At
7 p. in. classic concert will bo
given in uo7,T-r the theater, the
program embracli. several stan
dard and popular svledions.
onian loves a c fur, rosy com
plexion. Hurdock (Blood Hitters!
is splendid for Minifying the
blood, clearing I ho s'dn, restoring
sound digestion. A'l druggists
sell it. Price, $1.00, '.
Hives, eczema, itch 4 or salt
rheum sols you crazy. Han't bear
the touch of your clof hrjjjf. Doan's
Ointment, is tine for ski s ilehing.
All druggists sell il, aOc a Snx.
.Mrs. It. K. Lloyd, who is vis...
ing her parents, Charles Jean and
wife, at their farm home near this
city, was a passenger this after
noon for Omaha to visit with
Attorney William Heleslierniei
of Klmwood was in Ihe cily today
looking after business mailers in
I In'1 county court.
ron sai.k nit Tit aim: n.
slroke. self-feeding hay press.
C. C. Harnar.l, Mynard. Nob.
Martriall, Dentist, Coates block.
l Ml i
e Modern Woodmen of J
ica will give their first
al mask ball on the 4
ng of January 25, I'M 3. -I
prizes will be given !!
a royal good time is
cd to all. Music by the
. A. orchestra.
I'll K IMSTKK 'lN
coi nr or
The Lvlnirston Loan V nil Buildiim As-
soi.iatioii, I'lalntills, 1
Adelaide Jlatea and Jon V. Bates, her
in Adelaide Bates and .TVlln T. Hates.
her hushand, non-resldet ilefendantsJ
in the ahove entitled nciion:
Vou and each of you re lierebl
noiined that the plaintiff 1 has com
menced an action ae-uinst ku in thJ
instrlct Court of (ass Cnliinty. NeJ
htnska, for the purpose of fifcreoloslni'
a mortKage Riven by you to thlm Living
ston Loan end ItuildinK Assocl.m'tion ot
the 16th day of January, 1308 ,loverin
the following desoriheil real etate iL
Casa County. Nebraska, to-wlfl Com
mencinif at a point in the ceil1'1' of I
Bryant street, said point belMK !66 I
feet west and IS feet north of :4 stone I
at the southeast corner of the NatK ot I
Section 24, Township 12 north, ifianKC I
f,',1'-S"!4 of tlle Bth P- m-. thence inorth J
.Mi. 8 feet to a stake, th !nce w..sV C'
reel, thence south 217.8 t '-jt to a .-,Walc'f
thence east 200 feet to in.i ni:.Mf
u.ViiinlriK, lOntalninK one a. 're. 1.. m ''
same nio:e or less and l.nown P'c
lot 1 of lot 16, In the SE14 of the N
of Section 21. Township 12 north. Raj
':' cnfit. the 6th p. m in Cass Cou
i"'"' , wfiicn mortgage appears
Miirtsanes at pnife 275, In the ottl'c.eN
ifcoru 111 1100k r. nf uui 1
ine i;effisier or Deeds of Cass CountjX
Nebraska, and to recover $10.70 for in!
miraiice which plaintiff has been com.
pelled to nav. and to
the years lilON-1911 Inclusive in tho'sunl
,-,,,,, w"-n interest thereon from th-
j-111 nay 01 November, 1912, und foJ
riiiiiaoie rener. 1
You anl each of you are required, u
1 ' 1 . liolon on or before tin
..in im.v ui reniuary, A. u. lMl.i, ani!
111 laiiinic so to 110 your ilerault will be
duly entered therein and judgment
taken as prayed for In plaintiff's peti
tion. The Livingston Lonn and Buildlne As-
By A. L. T1DD, lfs Attorney.
1 Till'. DISTHICT f'OI HT III''
-Ol'.Tl, .N Kill! SA.
T.ie I.vlnffxtnn Loan and Ihilldinif An-i
nwmuoii, i nil in Ills,
. . . VM.
new lit Htnnloy am .Vnnu Stanley. M.-l
lo Do Witt Stanley anil Anna Stanley J
nine vir, min-rt-Hiilent defiMulants 111
me unlive entitled action:
i ou anil cadi of yoti arp herein
notllleil that the plaintiff has com
iiieiici'ii an action iiKHiiiHt you In thl
winiriei i.oint or Ca.sn County, Nil
iM-iiHKii, tor tne pui'pu.Hfi of forecloslnl
u iiioriKnKe Riven ty you to the Llvlnil
mini i,mi5 anil nullilinK .Vs.-ioclnt ion ij
ui lutn nay or sop tern her. 106, covel
itiK the following ik'crihed real estal
o.-wn: i,ota ii anil 4, In Hlock 10. in
I hiMiip.xon'H Aililltlon to the City or
I'liutMinotith, CaH County Nehraska.
which mortiriiKo appears of recorii In
Monk ii'i of Heal Instate Mortirnxes. at
pate L':!ii, In the olllcc of the KeKinter
of Iieetls of Cass County, Nehranka; anil
lo recover the sum of $s.r,o Insurance,
which plaintiff has heen ronipclleil to
pay, anil the Mim of $77.15 taxes. In
terest anil ciiHti for the years l;i07-19ll
Inclusive, with Interest thereon from
the U'lh ilny of Novcniher, lHli, ami for
You anil each of you nre reii:lifii to
answer salil petition on or hefore the
17lh day of Fehruary, A. I). 1Hli!, anil
in fnllinir so to iln your ilefault vvlli be
iluly entereil therein ami linltmeril
taken as prayeil for in pliiilitllT'H poti
The l.lvlnK-ston l.oiin anil Hulhliim As
lty .. ,. 'I'IDI), Hh Attorney.
In I lie Illatrlel Court In anil for Can
I.oulsn Hay nnil Alhert M. Bay,
Nancy J. Dysart, ICllzabeth Woife,
Henry Wolfe, Kllen KrelKer, Ailolph
KreiKcr. lila Cline, llrunson Cllne,
.In in cm A. iH'sart, Frank 1. Shelilon,
Kmma Shelilon, Thinnns P. Dysart,
Louise l)ysart. Jessie It. Dysart, Clara
Dysart, Charles II. Dysart' anil
OKmetta Dysart, Defendants.
To the Dcfi'titlanls, Kllen Kreiifer.
Ailolph K re I ire r, Tliotnas I'. Dysart
nnil Louise Dsnrt: ,
You ine heichy nolldcl that on the
L'lth ilny of 1 " ri l.l iluij pluinllfi H
filed their pctltjo" ,ainM me fm
tinineil ilefeinluV llie Jilstrlct Court
o (liCotmtv A yiss, Nehraska. pray
n jiarllllop j'Tth ' followlm ilescrlheil
I' ll esliitij. -fltjioeil In the County 01'
fe, Nehrr 'Wi' .
T' -,hiit Quarter (SII',, ) of the
Soulhii'r Quarter iSi;V, ) of Set tlon
I wetitv-Fi'ven 'i'7l, the Northeast,,
tiiiHiler INK1,) "f the Northeast guar
ter I N" ' , el' Section t lilrty-four liH).
Ihe North hr.lf'f the Northwest Quar
ter INW1,) othe Northeast ijiiarter
N ' , i.f sVifioii thirt v-fuur CMi. all
in '!'c.wn-hlp n (im. tlai.ire is llast
of the tiih p. In. ami settlnir forth the
Inleresl of i.iltitirfH ami ile fetiilant."
rills nolle Is Klven piirniioit to an
niiler nl thciiinil ion! each of you are
reiilreil to inswer s.ilil petition on or
hefnie MetiAny. the 10th ilny of Feh
niioy, A. I), r.'in, or your ilefault will
he duly rniered of record, r.nd partition
of said lanM made In accordance with
the It ml in if ' and orders of the court
I.tU ISA 'l.Y anil ALHEHT M, BAY.
HAWLS A HOIUCHTSON, Attorneys.
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