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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1913)
Inter-State $1750; $2400; $3400
Imperial $1285; $1650; $1875
Detroiter $850.00 and $900.00
All cars fully equipped. Agents for Chopie Gasoline En
gines $40.00 per h. p. The Gasoline Saver.
h News. 4"
Lee Carper, who had been here
over the holidays, left Saturday
for his home at Fairfax, Mo.
Miss Sue Stout of Cheyenne'
Junction, S. D., spent New Year's
day with her sister, Mrs. Vilas
The snow ha3 shut the quarry
work down for a time and the
usual exodus for Omaha has been
Miss Mary Trotter, who has
bocn spending the holidays at
home, left Friday evening for
Frontier county, where she is
Wednesday morning the mer
cury got down to 24 below zero,
almost as low as last winter.
Nothing suffered much in this
John Johnson lost a brand new
never-been-spent $10 bill on the
street Wednesday morning and
will reward the one returning the
bill to him.
Uncle Jimmie Stone says the
cold weather has no terrors for
him. He is wearing a beaver cap
and mittens that came from his
son, Charley, in Colorado, and
they wore warm..
B. W. Bates was out Wednes
day in his brand new sled. This
will be a great help lo Mr. Pates
during the winter months, en
abling him to make trips to and
from the business part of the
city on short notice.
John Opp, who had his ankle
broken so badly last summer, will
have to go lo a hospital soon for
surgical relief. An X ray picture
of the break has been taken which
shows that two pieces of the
splintered bone never healed
properly, nnd it is thought it will
be necessary to cut down on the
fracture and get these together
before John enn have good use of
that leg. Tie has been unable to
work for over six months as the
result of his accident, but it is
boped that the proposed operation
ny give him relief.
Mrs. John Kopp and daughter,
Miss Benna Kopp, were passeng
ers this morning on No. 15 for
niaha, where Ihey were called lo
lok after some business matters.
Highest Market Price
AT ALL TIMES FOR-
, and CREAM!
lueaa Lkzb VSi
J" Republican. 4
Miss Sadie Rich is the new night
operator at the local telephone
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dill, on Monday, January 6, a girl,
at the home of Mrs. Dill's mother,
Mrs. Charles Philpot.
Miss Stella Jewell departed
Thursday morning to take up her
new duties as a supply teacher
for the remainder of the year in
the schools at Florence, Neb.
Mrs. K. D. Clark has been con
fined to her home for about ten
days with a severe attack of
sciatic rheumatism. She is re
ported this week to be gradually
Louis Calkins of Cashmere,
Washington, who has spent most
two months at home with his
mother in her last sickness and
death, departed for his home Mon
C. Vosburg received word of
the death of a bachelor brother,
who lived in Clarks Sumit, Pa.
He was was quite wealthy, and as
there were no heirs except his
brothers and sisters, Mr. Vosburg
will receive his portion of the
Deitrick Koester returned from
a ten days' trip to Ilerington and
other points in Kansas, visiting
relatives. He was accompanied
home by his brother-in-law. ('has.
Bush. While in Kansas City he
saw Dr. Jensen, who sends his
regards to his Weeping Water
Paul Gerard went to Lincoln
Sunday evening to commence a
six weeks' course of study at the
slate farm. Paul is one of our
up-to-date young farmers and
there is no doubt that he will en
joy a course of this kind anil re
ceive a great benefit from the
training he will receive there.
August Keil of near Cedar Creek
came in this morning on No. I lo
visit with his friends here for a
John Lidgetl of I'nion was in
the rity today for a few hours
looking after business matters at
the court house.
CI I SHOTS
I'lHHMiiinitli, NVt., Jan. H,
1 Sou Ml met in ii'milar nesslon. J'imk
nt. i II. Jordan, c. K. lleel.ner ami
Julius A. fit z, fount v t'oiiiinls.xionei'ii;
l. f. Morgan, futility Clerk.
Minutes of" previous session read unit
approved, when tile following business
v. as transiu'teil In regular form:
County nI.eiirT tiled his report of for
eign fees earneil for t lie year ltfU'.
lioiul of .1. W. Speme, constable,
Kilit Mile tiruve Preelnet, Approved.
tin motion Joseph Mullen was this
day appointed a "Member of Soldiers'
Kel ief Commission."
lr. Albert C. Welch was this dav
appointed County I'livslclau for the
year the compensation shall be
$..U0 per day and mileage, not to ex
ceed JJD.OO tier day. nor shall the totul
fees exi d JfirtO.OO per year.
Hoard of health organized with C. It.
Jordan. Chairman; C. K. Ileebner. Vice
Chairman; I r. Albert C. Welch,
I'hvslclan; n. C. Morgan, Secreturv.
County Clerk Instructed lo cuil for
bids as follows:
llurlal of pauper poor.
County iihysiclaiiH for the various
r.lds to be received up to noon on
Monday. February lid, 1SU3.
County Clerk Instructed to order two
tax lists, Willi tabs for same, for the
year 19111, from Klopp & Hiutlett Co.,
of ( imaha, Neb.
Resolution adopted Instructing Ne
braska Construction Co. to proceed with
construction of bridges and repair
work that had been prevloualy
Kxtlmntr of Kiprime for Year 1013.
Court House expense ) 10,000.00
Commissioners' salary 3,000.00
Assessing County 3,500.00
Making Tax List 700.00
Hooks, blanks and supplies.. 2.000.00
Klectlon expense 2,300.00
Jail expense 1,000.00
1'aupers and poor farm .... 2,000.00
County Attorney's salary. .. . 1,2110.00
Soldiers' ltelief 1,000.00
Court expense 13,000.00
.Sheriff's salary 1,750.00
County Clerk's salary 1,650.00
Deputy Sheriff's salary S-10.00
Clerk or District Court's
The following claims were allowed
on the (Jeneral fund:
A. J. Snyder, recording deed
Iiennls road $ 1.00
C. I . (Julnton, expense and laun
dry for year 1912 81.01
Ilatt Son, mdse. to poor 5.00
.1. K. Tuev, mdse to rountv farm 34.16
Wolff & Ault, mdse. to K. Franks 10.00
Joseph Fetzer, mdse. to County 6.25
K. MetcBlf, mdse. to poor 3.00
M. I j. Frledrlcli, salary, mileage 12.10
C. 1!. Jordan, sulary 22.00
C. 10. Ileebner, salary 22.30
lir. 10. I. Cummins, Insane case
Hollo Hates 16.00
J. M. I.eydn, Insane case Helle
James I'.obertson, Insane case
Helle Hates 7.10
C. I. tjuinton, Insane case Helle
I r. J. M. Neely, Insane case
Helle Hates 2.00
Mrs II Mollle Kojer, Insane case
Helle Hates 2.00
The following claims were allowed
on the l!oad fund:
Ilenrv Wessel, nails and bolts for
ltoad District No. 12 $ 7.85
Henrv Miller, road work, ltoad
district No. 6 , 2 80
Peter Nickel, road work, l!oad
District No. 15 4.00
F. M. Klchev, lumber, Hoad Dis
trict No. 1 10.50
The following clulms were ullowed
on the Commissioners' Hoad fund:
W. B. Banning, dragging roads,
Hond District No. 11 $ 40.20
W n. Hnnnlng, rirngglng roads,
ltoad District No. 22 40.20
Hoard ndlourned to meet Tuesday,
February 4th. 1913.
D. C. MfiK;.N. County Clerk.
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-J I Ciller.
; t-4 tii Ila. nl' iM-ar Murniv wit
Mailing relatives ami friend here
John Cliall'anl and wife went lo
Falls City lat Friday to viil their
relatives for several days.
T. M. Patterson, the Platls
moulh banker, was here Monday
attending to business matters and
visiting his son, J. M. Patterson.
Miss Lenta Barton spent I lie
holiday vacation at home, return
ing last Saturday to Falls Cily,
where she is attending school.
Mrs. Ida Applegale went to Lin
coln Tuesday evening lo make a
few days' visit wilh her sisters,
who reside in thai city.
Miss Anna Cliiikenbeard of Ne
braska City made a isil here with
the family of Myron Lynde, re
turning home Monday.
The lit He son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Taylor has been very sick
the past several days, but is now
reported lo be improving.
Mrs. Annie Bauer, trained
nurse, from Nebraska City, was
here (his week taking care of the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
George Edmislen went to Oma
ha Saturday evening to meet his
wife and children, who returned
from a visit of two weeks with
relatives at Ilartington.
Charles Anderson and wife, who
have been visiting relatives and
friends in and near this village,
departed Wednesday morning for
their homo at Randolph.
Ralph and Albert McNamco of
Brush, Colo., departed for homo
on Tuesday, after having enjoyed
a few weeks' pleasant visit wilh
Iheir relatives and friends here.
Journal for fancy Stationery.
Charles Ilenning of near Cedar
Creek was in tho city today look
ing after sgme matters of busi
ness. Philip Meeker was a business
visitor In the metropolis today,
being a passenger for that, cily
on Hie early Burlington train.
Fred Dreamer was in Lincoln
F.d Casey returned Tuesday
Mrs. r.eorge Shecsley was in
Edwin Taylor returned from
Mrs. George Foreman, jr., was
in Lincoln Tuesday.
George Frohlich of Lincoln is
visiting here this week.
Sam Cashner was in Dial ts
niouth on business last week.
W. L. Ncwkirk and daughter,
Cecil, went to Lincoln Wednesday.
William I'plcgrove left Thurs
day on No. LI for Mrowuvillc,
Dale lloyles spent Saturday and
Sunday in Lincoln visiting with
The Teachers' Training Course
met with Mrs. L. Muir Tuesday
llarley Tolland of Cherry coun
ty, Nebraska, visited relatives here
Miss Pearl Keefer went to
Murdoek Monday, where she
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Friend of
Lincoln and daughter are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse llardnock returned from
Oklahoma Wednesday, where he
had been visiting.
Miss Martin of Cheney, Neb.,
visited Saturday and Sunday with
Miss Hello Foreman.
Miss Slella Shecsley and Fay
Parsell visited Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Jordan.
Mrs. Hay Kidenmiller and chil
dren visited her sister, Mrs. Allie
Dimmit t, at O'Neif, Neb., last
Mrs. llarley Tolland and chil
dren of Cherry county, Nebraska,
came in Wednesday to visit rela
tives for a few days.
Friends of Miss Frances Myers
tendered her a surprise party Sat
urday evening. A delightful time
was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rasp re
turned from Octavia Thursday,
where they visited (he lalter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kmberly.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parsell and
daughter, Doris, of Efmwood,
visited Mr. Parsell's parents, Mr.
and Mis. Joe Parsell, Wednesday.
Mi-, and Mrs. Arthur Friend
moved onlo the Flora H. Keefer
farm Wednesday, which was
vacated Tuesday by Jesse Stone,.
Friends and neighbors of Mr,
and Mis. Ocorue Hobbilt gave
liiem a surprise Saturday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. )r
viile Otielhorst. Fresh oysters
were served and a very pleasant
evening was spent.
Mrs. Nancy Hart let t of Sears
born, Iowa, came in last Thursday
lo make an extended visit with
her sis'er. Mrs. C. R. Jordan. She
was accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. Harriett McDowell and baby,
w ho remained a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Landis of Waver-
ly o u I ii'il ov er New Year's lo spend
the day wilh Mr. and Mrs. George
Curyea. They were accompanied
by Mrs. Oeorge McMullen of
SI rung. III., sister of Mrs. Landis,
and a brother, Charles Curyea, of
Oeorge Hobbilt left for Moore
head, Kansas, Wednesday morn
ing wilh the car containing his
and Jesse Stone's househould
goods, where Ihey will make Iheir
future home. Mr. Slone and fam
ily and Mrs. Hobbilt nnd son,
Millard, left Wednesday evening
on No. 17.
A. F. Seybert of Ctillom was in
Ihe cily today testifying at tho
Oeorge Sheldon of Lincoln was
in the cily today looking after
some business matters.
Hnzol-Mcnthol Plasters, quick
relief in Lumbugo, llackuohn, Sciatica,
Neuralgia and tunny painful affection.
They drive away the pain until it is quit
forgotten. Yard rolls f 1.00; nmullernize Wc.
DoaliTH have tliotn in Block, or direct from
1)t1 A Ltwrenr Co., New Tork.
, Sutnplra mailed upon nqneal, 5c. lUmpi.
Don't experiment, take
and rtllrl la certain lo fol
low. l'ed lor obtlntc
roufjh, cold, aore thronln,
or bronchial Inflammation.
Contain no harmful drug:
DAVIS A I.AlVHFNr F. f'O Mru Vnrt,
We Sure Have It
Both Large and Small
And hope to have enough to supply you all.
But to make sure you're not too late call Indepen
dent phone 128, and order your coal either large
Also a Good Line of Soft Coal
I- MAN LEY.
Frank Honey spent a few days
in Omaha this week.
Clyde Jenkins visited in Weep
ing Water Sunday evening.
Virgil Miller made n business
trip to Wabash Wednesday.
M. C. Walker was seen on tho
streets of our village Tuesday.
John Rauth shipped a carload
of bailed straw lo Omaha this
Kditor Maytleld of the Louisville
Courier was in Manley Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. F'red Oansmeier
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Miss Hazel Crew of Weeping
Water spent Sunday with Miss
Mrs. Capron returned home af
ter a few weeks' visit with rela
tives at Lincoln.
The Manley Livery, Jake Miller,
proprietor. Oood rigs. Your
The family of Lesley Wiles, who
are quarantined, will bo released
some time this week.
Miss Eliza O'Rrien has been
helping at tho hotel on account of
Mrs. Jenkins being sick.
Dick Boom's family arc free
from the quarantine, it having
been taken down last week.
Mrs. Jane Kennedy has returned
to Bancroft after a week's visit
with her sister, Mrs. James Car
per. Aaron Jenkins and family aro
enjoying a visit from his broth
ers from Ohio nnd California this
Mr. Edward Tigh of Neligh,
Neb., has been visiting his brother
and many friends around Manley
for the last week.
Miss Mary Ash spent Sunday in
I he country wilh her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Ash, it being her
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Walker have
returned home after a two weeks'
visit wilh their children at Lincoln
and Clearwater, Neb.
There are no more cases of
diphtheria in Manley and we hope
our little town will escape free
of any more such diseases.
Anna Rauth, the little daughter
of John Rauth, has been stilTcring
wilh diphtheria for the lasl week,
but is improving rapidly at this
-Grand Mask Ball!-
Katolitky Sokol Hall
Fourteenth and Locust Street
Saturday Evening, January 18th
Five Big Prizes Offered!
J Best of Music Furnished!
Thero will bo a horse buyer In
town Friday, January 17, at the
livery barn. All who have horses
to sell come lo Jake Miller's barn
Friday, January 17.
Mrs. John Casey of Lock Ridge,
Okla., has been visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Jas. Carper. She left
for Bancroft, where she will visit
with her brothers before returning
Maple Grove Notes
Steve Becker made a trip to Lin
llermond Beck is on tho sick
list this week.
Fritz Lutz made a business trip
to Plattsmouth Friday.
Maple Grove is planning a big
wolf hunt in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. James" Grubor
spent Saturday with relatives In
Quite a number of farmers are
putting up ico now. The ice is
about 10 inches thick.
Mrs. Corbet of Elmwood is
spending this week with her
daughter, Mrs. H. Beck.
P. A. Hild is the owner of a new
Overland automobile, which he
purchased from John Bauer.
Tho Pleasant Hill school house
will soon have a large bell placed
upon it. The board has bought
Quite a number of Maplo flrove
sports helped the Murray sports
in their wolf hunt Tuesday, but it
was a failure because of lack of
John Durman has patented a
new kind off sled. When ho Is
driving along Ihe public highway
it looks like some new immigrant
is arriving. But it's a good pat
F.d Frylander of Union came up
this morning from his homo and
was a passenger on Ihe early Bur
lington train for Pacific Junction
for a short visit.
Dr. II. Thomsen was a passeng
er this morning for Murray and
oilier points on Ihe Missouri Pa
cific lo attend to his dental
pracl ice in I hose places.
L. A. Meisinger and wife were
in the city yesterday doing some
shopping at the stores for a few
Good Time Assured.
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