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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1913)
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May Day Party.
Tin' Kul.'nvan Olee club will
t;ie a May 1 i y pany at the home
t.f Misses llermia and Ellen
Windham mi Mu e i n of Ma
I. A musical pi, 'gram will In
given and refreshments served.
A silver oll'ering will be taken.
The public is invited.
Now for a FREE TICKET to the Big Three Ring I
TO S REWARD
3 THAT EXHIBITS IN
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, on Next Monday, May'Sth
A New Line With Us
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r ixHIBITINQ UNDER THE LARGEST CANVAS EVER CONSTRUCTED
I J Rings. 1000 People 2 Trains of Cart. 2 Herds of Elephants. 300 Circus Artists !
I $1,000,000 Invested. $4,ZU Daily fcxpenses. Seats for 10,000 feopie
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all prices from
capt. buck's 20-PERFORAMNG SEA LIONS-20
most aTAKTUNa ct even
SHOWN IN AMCHICa
SHOW im EXHIBITED
klitcr ot (he World.
FRED and BESSIE
Mile. MINNIE SWEENEY,
ploti I ail v Principal
300-REAL CIRCUS ARTISTS-300
BO-REAL FUNNY CLOWNS-50
10-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANESE-IO
"BLACK DIAMOND," THE BALL-ROOM HORSE
Ross Ashcraifs High-School Horses
TAMOUS WIZARCTTC WIRE TAMIL
Hronco Rldtr of the
Champion kllle Shot
of the World.
One Hundred People In a
'THE HANGING OF
THE HORSE JHIIF."
A Co il. Genuine
Sleui Indian, fosack,
Median lull FigklerJ.
Creates! lunck al Burkina
Broncos evrr exhibited.
K II M R (1 -Largest Beast that Walks-Larger than Jumbo
MJHUU, 1 ,J1V T positively
10 KEEPERS TO
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"Alice." The Famous Bear Girl
THE PARADE TELLS THE STORY
tO KEEPERS TO
Platlsmoutii Peoples' Grocer-
will issue coupons for all pur
chases at his store all this
week and including next
Monday, and for every total of
he will give a free ticket to
the big circus, upon presen
tation of the coupons at this
store. The ticket will be good
for either the afternoon or
If you are figuring on going
to the big circus it will surely
pay you to bear in mind that
the big Daylight Store is of
fering you an opportunity of
securing a free ticket, and at
the same time an opportunity
to select your groceries and
dry goods from one of the
freshest and cleanest lines
ever brought to the city.
Last evening at bis home, near
Nebawka, J. C. Smith, one of the
pioneer citizens of the county,
was called to bis reward, after an
illness of some time from kidney
trouble. Mr. Smith was quite ad
vanced in years, having passed
bis eiglity-tifth milestone, and has
been a resident of this county
since 1S(')7, when be came here
froi.i Ohio, his native state, and
bus spent the lime ,-ince that time
in assisting in th.; building up of
the county, lie bad not been in
the most robust health for some
time, as his advancing years bad
began to tell on him. lie leaves
to mourn his death the aged wife,
who is past 81, ar.d six children
as follows: W. T. Smith, Plalts-
inoulh; J. L. Smi;b, Nebawka;
Mrs. Emily Kniss, Murray; Mrs.
S. 1). Smith, Ilaveloek; Peter B.
Smith, Magnet, and T. B. Smith,
who resided with his parents. The
children were all present al the
bedside when their father passed
away, and although greatly af
fected by the loss, can feel a deep
consolation in th'! worthy life of
UNION DESKS 10 EMIO
Fines! Horses Ever Exhibited
101 STARTUN6 NEW FEATURES FOR 191
Yankee R-hlnton. Texa Hill. Koniro. Th. I.arge.1 riephant on Earth. Tha WorlJ a Oreate-.
Marchack Ifhlvrs. Intluillna Albert llairnpnrt, I red anil Hen.la C'Mclln. Marie I cnp.irt. 'r.
Sweeney, Kalih Hiiwer. Kn.a Aahcratt'a MlKh-Schwd Mire. Capt. Huck a Sea l.luns. !'i -'t i '
Zouave, Innether with JH Circus Artlata. Cowttove. Cowglrla. Cunik. Imllana. Mealuiii.i i I
lighten, and the Ureal eft Hunch ol Hucklng Hronco ever kahlhltctl.
Two Shows -Circus and WlldeWest-Fov One SrfmfssrjiJ
wnt posmvut txHiair . or hum
the latest word in conser
THE PLATTSiVIOUTH PEOPLES' GROCER
al tf laa
It would seem that the village
of Union was desirous of expand
ing and taking into its corporate
limits the surrounding property,
which is to all intents and pur
noses a part ol I he city, nut is
situated just outside of the limits
of I be village. The list of de
fendanls is quite large in the ac
tion of the village board to secure
the annexation of the properly to
the village W. H. Banning,
Daniel Foster, John Pearsley,
William McCarroll, John Niday,
Matt Shoemaker, William Wolfe,
Daniel Lynn, William Cross,
Myron Lynde, William Craig, Al-
vin II. Austin, John W. Wood
ward, J. W. Cogdill, (leorge W
(larrison, Albert Eaton, James
fl'aylor, William L. Sline, Matthew
f!. MrOuin, Robert II. Fraus,
Agnes Peterson, M. P. Railway
company, Barbara A. Taylor,
Frank Anderson, (ieorge Eaton
and School District No. 17. It is
quite probable there will be some
opposition to Ihe proposed taking
in of I lie properly, particularly
from the railroad comany, and it
is quite likely some of the other
defendants may try and lipht the
proposed change, all hough the
properly iiy niMUs siiouiii lie in
cluded in the limits of the village.
Patrick Tevan, foe Many Years a
Resident of Plattsmouth,
The information has been re
ceived in this city of the death on
March 5, at Loughrae, County of
(ialaway, Ireland, of Patrick
Tevan, who was for many years a
well known resident of this city.
Mr. Tevan bad just returned to
his home from a trip to the vil
lage of Loughrae to procure
some provisions, and complained
of feeling badly and laid down,
but it was for the last time, as
his death occurred a few minutes
afterwards from heart failure.
Lite remains were laid to rest in
bis native land.
About three years ago Mr. Te
van and wife departed from this
city to pay a visit to their native
uid, and afterwards decided to
teside there the remainder of their
lays and located near one of the
little towns scattered through the
counlv of (ialaway, where they
had spent so many of their youth
ful days. Mr. Tevan was about
(T) years of age and leaves his
aged helpmate to nicurn his death.
A very sad part is that Mrs. Te
van, since her removal back to
Ireland, has had a great deal of
(rouble with her eyesight and one
eye has been entirely blinded and
she has great di'llcully in using
the other, which makes her con
dition very pathetic
The news of the death of this
worthy gentleman will come as
quite a shock to the many old
friends in this city, who had
known the family so well when
residents of this city.
Occupation Lecture Postponed.
On account, of the musical,
which will be given at. the High
school tomorrow (Friday) even
ing, Ihe Occupation lecture by
Rev. McCnnnell, al Ihe Presby.
terian church, has been postponed
until further notice. Those hold
ing tickets or intending to come,
please take notice.
Mrs. L. D. lliatt of Murray came
in last evening on No. 2 from
Omaha and spent, a few hours
here with relatives.
Adam Fornod' of near Cedar
Creek came in this morning with
bis wife and family to look after
Adolnh Rhod3 came in last
evening from Lincoln and will
make a short, visit here with his
mother and brother in this city.
AROMATIC CASTOR OIL
The nauseous, disagreeable odor and taite of castor oil is to
completely overcome in this preparation that it is coniidercd the
superior of any to-called "taiteleM" castor oil product.
It looses none of its effectiveness in the process of flavoring,
ocr is it necessary to increase the size of the dose.
Mothers will find Rexall Aromatic Cator Oil a remedy that
any child will take coaxing will be found unnecessary.
Price, 25 cenla per bottle.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.,
THE REXALL STORE
j r-, ; ; PHONE -
Balance Wheel on Saw Arbor
Bursts, Rendering Such In
juries as to Cause Death.
Last evening an accident oc
curred in Ihe west part of the city
that resulted in the death a few
hours later or Joseph Ilavir, a
resident of (hat part of the city.
Mr. Ilavir. assisted by his brother,
ugust, was operating a saw
which was being run by a gasoline
engine, and w as going at a very
high rale of speed, when the un
fortunate man noticed that the
balance wheel on the saw arbor
was apparently working loose,
and as be stooped to look closer,
Ihe wheel, which was of wood,
burst, two large sections striking
him in the head, inflicting a most
terrible wound. The pieces tore
open Ihe scalp for quite a length
and crushed in the skull, and it
was easy to see, as Ihe unfortun
ate man was carried into his
home, that his hours were few.
It happened that Dr. Livingston
was passing the residence about
Ihe time of Ihe accident, and he
was called in by the family, but
all efforts to save the life of the
injured man were fruitless, and
he passed away at 1 o'clock this
morning, having never reyameu
The deceased leaves a wife, who
is not in the best of health, as
well as three small children, to
mourn his loss, and one brother,
August Ilavir, who is employed in
the Burlington shops here. The
accident was a most, terrible shock
to the family, as the saw had been
supposed to be in good order, ami
it was without warning that the
wooden balance wheel burst, with
fatal result, to the operator.
The funeral of the unfortunate
man will be held at the late home
Saturday, the hour not having yet
been set, and will be in charge of
the Z. C. B. J. lodge, of which ho
was a member, and interment will
be made in Oak Hill cemetery.
The loss comes as a very severe
blow to the widow and little chil
dren and the sympathy of the en
tire community will go out to
them in this, their hour of grief.
Miss Etta Nickels of Murray
will be in Plattsmouth, at Miss
Myers' millinery store, all day
Saturday, May 3.
W. T. Richardson came up Ibis
afternoon from Mynard and de
parted on the afternoon Burling
ton train for Omaha.
County Attorney C. II. Taylor
returned Ibis morning from Oma
ha, where be had been over night
looking after some business matters.
Park Chriswisser was pas
senger Ibis morning on the early
Missouri Pacifie for Omaha In
spend Ihe day attending to busi
I X , VIM 1 1 hi
E would like
to show you our
ideasot correct dress show you
how well you'll look in our new
Spring suits. C The time required
will be well spent. You'll know
moreabout good clothes and a'
The values will meet
your highest expectations if you
measure the worth of the clothes
by the price we quote on th n
$15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $L" 50
New Green Hats with bows
at the back
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