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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1913)
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J. K. POLLOCK, Local Manager
THE JAIL PROPOSITION IS
UflMT CTIDC TUIMP.C IID
mini uimu intuitu ui
We understand there is a
movement on foot in the center of
the county looking to the reloca
tion of the county seat. It is re
ported that, several of the towns
favorably, located will decide
among themselves which is to get
the location and then all throw
their strength together. Of course
the county seat is not ideally
located, but we doubt if putting it
in a small town in the center, or
near the center of the county
would be worth to the taxpayers
what it would cost. The train
service to Platlsmoulh is not all
that it might he, and Platlsmoulh
with more inhabitants than all the
other towns combined seems at
present to have the most claim
on the county seal. The. .jail
proposition is what has stirred
things up, and the hope "springs
iitfrn.il in cverv human breast"
is what will keep it going. Moan
while the taxpayers will have to
pay the liddler. Nehawka News.
IS. A. RHODE CELEBRATES
Kroiu Saturday's Dally.
Yesterday being the eixly-sixlh
anniversary of Mrs. A. Rhode, a
number of the friends of thai
worthy lady decided to remind her
of the event and proceeded to the
Rhode home and announced to
their friend that they had came to
spend the afternoon with her. The
guests were at. once made at home
by the hostess and the hours sped
very fast in the enjoyment of
games of different kinds and
social conversation until an ap
propriate hour, when a luncheon
fit for a king was served to the
guests, who declared that it was
one of the most delightful they
had ever had the pleasure of tak
ing part in. Those present to en
joy the day with Mrs. Rhode were:
Mesdames V. If. Parson, A. Nel
son, August Anderson- John
Swansou, F.. P. Holmburg, Henry
Steinhauer, Miss Gladys Stein
hauer, I.loyd Nelson and Mrs.
Children are much more likely
to contract the contagious dis
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Whooping tcough, diphtheria,
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MARRIED THIS AFTERNOON
BY COUNTY JUDGE BEESON
From Saturday's Dally.
This afternoon at 2:30, at his
oflice in the court house, County
Judge Allen J. Beeson pronounced
the words that united for life Miss
Frances Grebe, of this city, and
Mr. A. Alexander, of San Fran
cisco. The ceremony was wit
nessed by a number of relatives
and friends and the judge used the
beautiful ring service in making
the young people one. Miss Grebe
is a native Plattsmouth girl, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Grebe of this city, and has a large
number of friends, who will lie
pleased to learn of her new-found
happiness. The groom is a fine
young man and is to be con
gratulated on securing so charm
ing a helpmate.
FAREWELL SURPRISE TO
0. H. ALLEN AND FAMILY
About 100 friends and neigh
bors gathered at the pleasant
home 'of Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Allen,
near Wabash, last Saturday night
to give them a surprise and show
their appreciation of this esti
mable family. They came with
well filled baskets, which at the
proper time were unpacked and
properly taken care of. The even
ing was spent in social conversa
tion and games. The game of
Hearts" was indulged in prin
cipally and in name it was quite
suggestive and appropriate to an
occasion where peoples' hearts
were so much concerned as in the
heartfelt tributes they were pay
ing to the esteemed family who
were so soon to depart from their
midst. At a late hour the friends
departed for their homes glad for
the privilege of spending such an
evening and yet sad that it was a
farewell parly. Weeping Water
Marion Duxbury, a young lad
who was helping around the store
of II. M. Soennichsen, had the
misfortune Friday while working
around the elevator shaft to fall
in some manner and suffered a
dislocation of his left wrist. The
injured member was dressed at
once and the young man will be
compelled to wear the arm in
splints for a short lime, but he is
very fortunate (hat it was not
Derailment at Papplo.
A derailment of a freight train
near Pappio this morning caused
train No. 0 over the Hurlinglon to
be sent around by way of Pacific
Junction, and ronneelion was
made from this city by a special
train, which took the passengers
over, and also the mail ior the
east. Train No. 15 was run via
Fort Crook and South Omaha this
morning, and by noon the track
had been cleared so that No. 2S
was run over the main line as
If you want an Abstract of Title
to your land or lots, see John M
r.eytla, Gund Building, Plaits-
mouth, Neb. 2-8-lnio-d
A PRETTY WEDDING
HT THE HOME OF KB.
AND MRS. JOS. HADRABA
A very pretty home wedding oc
curred Saturday afternoon at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
lladraba, when their daughter,
Miss lilanche, was united by ltev.
V. L. Austin of the First Method
ist church, to Mr. Clarence Price
of this city. The wedding party
entered the parlors promptly at
2:'M as the strains of the wed
ding march played by Miss Gladys
Steinhauer sounded through the
rooms, and the minister pro
nounced the words that made the
happy couple one. The bride
was most charmingly gowned in
delicate blue silk and carried bride
roses, while the bridesmaid, Miss
Helen lladraba. was very taste
fully gowned and carried a spray
bomiuet of carnations and stair
lilies. The ring was borne by Ut
ile Dorothy Orzoda of Omaha. The
groom and the best man, Charles
lladraba, cousin of the bride,
wore the usual dark-colored suits.
The briday parly and guests were
entertained at a delightful (i
o'clock dinner at the lladraba
home, and shortly afterwards the
newly wedded couple were seren
aded by the band, who were given
a treat by the happy young people.
The out-of-town guesls were:
Miss Mary Pospisel of South
Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Drozda of Omaha.
YOUNG PEOPLE DELIGHTED
WITH A FINE SLEIGH RIDE
From Saturday's Daily.
The heavy snowfall of the last
week has .furnished the young
people of the city great enjoyment
in the different winter sports,
such as sleighing anil coasting,
which for the early portion of the
season looked like it would be un
known, but the snow brought
them to the front, and last even
ing Guy Crook, who resides in the
south part of the city, hitched up
his bobsled and drove to the F. S.
Ramsey home, where a number of
his friends were assembled, and
invited Ihem to join him in a
sleighing parly, which invitation
did not, need repealing, as the
young folks were delighted with
the opportunity offered to get out
and enjoy the delights of winter.
The evening was spent in driving
around the city and a short dis
tance into the country. The jolly
parly was composed of Misses
Wanda Ramsey, Mable and Lillian
Adams. Nellie Cook and Miss Mad-
lox, and Messrs. Jesse Perry, Dr.
O. Sandin. James Rishel, Floyd
Stone and Guy Crook.
Returns From Long Pine, Neb.
From Saturday's Dally.
R. L. Propst of Mynard has re
turned from an extended visit at
Long Pine, Neb. lie reports the
fall of snow considerably more
there than in Cass county. R. L.
went to Long Pine to look after
some land interests, but found the
snow so deep, rendering travel
ing around the country very dif
ficult. If the snow goes off the
trip will be repeated about the
last of March.
To Celebrate Anniversary.
On next Thursday evening the
Knights and Ladies of Security
will celebrate their seventeenth
anniversary at the Modern Wood
man hall. An interesting program
lias been prepared and elegant
refreshments will be served. On
account of the extra expense the
nominal charge of 10 eelits will
bo taken at the door. Members
have the privilege, of inviting
friends. No member should miss
this social occasion.
Case Is Postponed.
From Saturday's Dally.
Yesterday in Justice Archer's
court the case of I he State vs. L.
G. Todd, jr.- in which the young
man is' charged with speeding on
his motorcycle in violation of law
and danger to persons traveling
on the road, was scheduled for
Irrii, but was continued until Sat
urday, March 22, as the defense
bad some witnesses they desired
lo produce who were highly neces
sary to their case.
Returns From Indiana.
From Saturday's Dully.
Orvill Kin t x returned this
morning from his trip to his old
home nt Decatur, Indiana, and
also at Fort Wayne, visiting his
parents and old-time friends, and
the visit was one that was the
source of much pleasure to
Orville, as he had not been back
there for several years.
Fi mil SnHirlny's Dally.
S. I.. Furlong, from the ieioily
r Rork I Mull's, was in the ciiy to
day attending lo business mat-'
Joseph Wnlperl of Mauley was
in the city today, coming down on
No. i to look after business mai
lers. R. I.. Propst nf Mvnard came
in this afternoon from his home
o attend to some mailers of busi
ness. P. II. Meisiimer drove in this
morning from his farm, west of
the city, to look after some busi
T. W. Swan of I'limn was in the
city today for a few hours al tend
ing to some matters of business
al the court house.
George A. Kaffenhergcr was in
the city yesterday afternoon look
ing, after some matters of busi
ness with the merchants.
C. F. Harris, one of the worthy
citizens of Liberty precinct, was
in the city today looking after
some mallei's of business.
Harry llinlon of Mynard re
turned this afternoon from Mis
souri Valley, Iowa, where he had
been visiting relatives and friends.
J. D. Shrader and two little
i nil. . : . : i . r . .
uaugiuers. oi die iciuiiy oi Mur
ray, were in the cily today attend
ing lo some trading with the mer
chants. - Miss Margaret O'ltrien of
Osmond, Neb., arrived in this cily
Thursday evening for a visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
.Mrs. William Hunter and son,
Wallace, were passengers this
morning for Omaha, where they
will look after some mallei's of
Mrs. Nettie Stanton came up
from Union this morning lo at
tend to the duties of the county
superintendent's olllce during the
absence of Miss Foster.
Cameron Cathey and L. G. Todd,
jr., of the vicinity of Murray were
passengers Ihis morning on No.
15 for Omaha, where they will at
tend the automobile show.
F. J. Hild of near Mynard was
in the city today looking after
some business matters, and while
here called ami renewed his sub
scription lo the Semi-Weekly
Mrs. C. S. Chapman arrived Ibis
morning from Denver, where she
has been visiting, and will make
iinborl visit here with her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. I. Howland and fam
ily, before returning to her home
at Mitchell, S. D.
Mrs. Mary Allison was a pas
senger this noon for I'nion, where
she goes o visit her brother, A.
L. Becker, who was injured in an
aulonoibile accident. He is gel
ling along nicely and is on I he
wav to recovery from tin effects
of the injuries he received.
A. I,. Wiles of Slella, Nidi., came
up yesterday lo alleud the funeral
of the late Mrs. Ursula Linville.
Attorney C. F. H'eft't of Weeping
Water was in the city today look
ing after business matters at I he
Ira (Hark came up from Union
Saturday lo attend to some busi
ness matters at the court house
for a short time.
J, V. Edmunds of Murray was
in the cily Saturday afternoon,
being called here to attend to
some business matters.
Miss Margurite Porter returned
yesterday afternoon to her studies
at Dellevue college, after a short
visit here with her parents.
Henry Slander and L. Johnson
of South Rend were in the city
today for a few hours al tending to
business at the court house.
John Gnrder, residing west of
the city, was a passenger yester
day afternoon for Omaha, where
he was called on business mailers.
A. K. Lake, one of the leading
farmers of the vicinity of Mur
dock, was in the city Saturday at
tending to some matters of busi
ness. William Frilchmann and wile
and son, Robert, and Miss Caro
line Schuldice, of Omaha, came
down Saturday evening on No. 11
and spent, Sunday here al the Al
bert Schuldice home.
W. F. Gillespie of Mvnard
braved the disagreeable weather
Saturday ami came in to look af
ter business matters, as well as
lo visit his numerous friends.
W. II. and J. F. Wehrbein and
llarve llarger were passengers
Ihis morning for South Omaha,
where they were called on busi
Miss Ruth Chapman came in
from Lincoln Saturday lo enjoy a
short visit with her mot her, Mrs.
Agnes Chapman, returning to the
capital city on No. 23 yesterday.
I'.airl Hassler, who is now locat
ed at Osceola, Neb., came in Sat-
8500 Revolutions Per Minute
tj irbiJ -ul sPe(l at which
right, or it soon ceases to be useful as a sepa
rator. The machine that meets these condi
tions and sells at the right price, is an
I H C Cream Separator
Dairymaid, Bluebell, or Lily
I II C separators have that carefulness of
adjustment and balance of moving parts which
make for durability and easy running.
There are points in the construction of
IIIC separators, such as the heavy phosphor
bronze bushings, trouble-proof neck bearing,
cut-away wings, dirt and milk-proof spiral
gears, etc., which make I II C separators,
beyond any doubt the best of all to buy. There
are four convenient sizes of each style. Ask
the local dealers who handle these machines
for a demonstration. Get catalogues or full
information from them or write
International Harvester Company of America
unlay evening and visited over
Sunday with his parents, John
Hassler and w ife.
David Neil of Waterloo, Neb.,
who has been here visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Hubert Wohll'aiih
ami family, for a few days, re
turned to his home vc-lei'day aft
ernoon. Miss Mary Peterson departed
Ihis morning for Pender, where
she will visit her sister for a lime.
Andrew Peterson, who has been
here visiting his parents, L. II.
Peterson and wife, for a few days,
accompanied his sister, en rout
to his home near Dakota Cily.
J. H. Vallery of Mynard was in
the city today looking after the
securing of mechanics o put up
a new residence that be is to erect
on one of his farms, which will
be occupied by his son, John
Vallery and wife.
Louis Hocbes, one of Ise lead
ing residents of near Louisville,
was in the cily today and called
at the Journal olllce and added his
name to the list of subscribers of
Ihis paper. Mr. Hocbes is a pro
gressive young farmer and one of
the up-to-date men of the county.
New Suit Is Filed.
A suit was filed in the district
court today entitled Kdward Kelly
and James M. Trumbull vs. Chris
Wedemyer and O. II. Wedemeyer.
The plaintiffs ask judgment in the
sum oT ijS i,52r for breach of con
tract, claiming that the defend
ants, in August, ll12, made a con
tract to sell H i acres of land in
Adair county, Iowa, lo the plain
tiffs, and in February, 1913, they
repudiated the contract and re
fused to convey I he land and the
plaintiffs ask the judgment as
Returns From Ohio.
Jesse II. MeVey returned last
evening from an extended trip to
Ohio, where he had been visiting
his brother al Sidney. Mr. McVey
also made a trip down lo Missis
sippi in the early part of the win
ter, but was disappointed with the
counlry, if not coming up to his
expectations, but greatly enjoyed
his visit to his relatives in Ohio.
He will remain here a short time,
when he will leave on a trip east.
Harry Likewise In Town.
From Satimlny's Dally.
Harry Likewise, a former
Platlsmoulh boy, but now located
at Hanford, California, arrived
yesterday to pay a visit to his
relatives and friends in this cily.
Harry is lookine as llno and
hearty as when a resident of this
city and the climate on the coast
seems to agree with him.
an i ii cream sep
arator bowl turns.
The rim of a six-
inch bowl, running at separat
ing speed, is traveling at the
rate of nearly two and a half
miles a minute, faster than
the swiftest express
train that 'ever ran.
Such speed as this
means strain on
frame, in every
part of a separator,
such strain as can only
be rendered harmless
by the nicest adjust
mentof strength, flexi
bility, and quality of
material and workman
ship. The business
of a cream separator
is to skim the, butter
fat from whole milk,
but to do this it must
be made mechanically
Parents of Handsome Dauqhter.
(!uy McMaken was attracting
considerable alien! ion this morn
ing on the street by I he unusual
merry note in his whistling, and
on impiiry if. was found (hat the
occasion for the rejoicing was
the arrival Saturday evening at
his home of a line new baby girl
Hint, will make her home with Mr.
and Mrs. McMaken in the future.
The friends of the parents will
join in wishing the ii( daughter
a long and happv life and trust
she will livf to be a joy and com
fort lo her parents.
Mrs. Fitzgerald in Louisville.
Mrs. Joseph Fitzgerald of
Platlsmoulh visited her mother,
Mrs. II. W. Teodorski over night
Tuesday. Mrs. Fitzgerald has
just returned home from a three
months' slay in Boston with her
daughter, Miss Orare, who has
developed so much vocal talent
that she is studying for grand
opera. Louisville Courier.
Statements .That May Be In
vestigated Testimony of
When a Plait smooth citizen
comes to the front, telling his
friends and neighbors of his ex
perience, ymi can rely on his
sincerity. The statements of
people residing in far away places
do not command your confidence.
Home endorsement is the kind
that backs Doau's Kidney 1 'ills.
Such testimony is convincing. In
vestigation proves it true. Below
is a statement of a IMatlsinouth
resident. No stronger proof of
merit can be had,
Louis Kroehlei'. proprietor of
hardware store, Flm street,
Plattsmoutli, Neb., says: "I know
that Doau's Kidney Pills are
thoroughly reliable. I took them
about a year ago for pain in iv
back. I was so lame that I
couldn't sloop and my kidneys
were weak. I had a tired, languid
feeling all Hie time and head
aches were common. I (rot, Doau's
Kidney Pills from Hynott's ' "g
Store and they soon relieved, - iy
troubles. I am pleased to rei.- i
For sale by all dealers. V ' e
50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
the United Stales
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
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