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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1913)
Ladies go to
for real Hair Switches 22 inches long 3
short stems beauties at
Good Line of Granite and Glass Ware!
Toilet Paper, 6 rolls 25c
Best Toilet Paper, 3 bi rolls 25c
Laundry Soap, one of the best makes, 8 bars. . .25c
Splendid Toilet Soap, 4 bars 10c
Ladies' and Children's Hose, Stationary,
Candy and many other useful articles
The new fire omof elevator of
Keckler & Sehafer is completed
and is perhaps as conveniently
arranged as any ol'vator of its
ie in the state. It is 2 fix id and
50 feel high built of lumber and
covered with iron. The founda
tion, bins, driveway, etc., is of
concrete, which makes it as near
fire proof as it is possible to erect
a building of this X'nil.
V. CI. Slarkev, Hurlinglou sta
tion agent for a number of years.
has been transferred to Ashland,
J. 11. Fallow of Randolph succeed
ing him. The Starkey family will
be missed in Louisville, where
they have lived for so many years,
and their many friends will join
w ith the Courier in w ishing I hem
happiness in their new home. We
welcome Mr. En low (the new
agent) and his family to our town.
.J News. 4
L. C. Todd marketed twenty
four head of hops that were nut
(piite a year old and they brought
Frank Lemon and wife left Sun
day for Minneapolis, Minn., called
there by a telegram stating- that
Mr. Lemon's brother was not ex
pected to live.
William Stone, who has been
visiting here since lie was oper
ated on last fall, left for his home
in Colorado Tuesday. His brother,
J. M. Stone, accompanied him as
far as Lincoln.
1'. L. Marilz is opening up a
short or.fr house in the rooms
mst carl of the barber -dmi) and
will be eady for business Satur
day niglit. Mr. Marilz expects to
run a t;tiiet, order'y place, where
anyone ecu be iVd ;.t an.' time.
Mr. and Mr. A. Kircpal rick
v. . re at Avoca v uesuay, t'.ie guests
of Mr. mid Mrs. M. S. I'r.minn,
where -lie birthday of Mr'. Har
mon and Mr. KirkpaJ rick's mother
was celebrated. There was a num
ber of the other children there.
Sheriff Ouinlon was in (own be
tween trains Tuesday and look
one of the west ipiarry scrappers
back wilh him charged with dis
turbing the peace and dignity of
Nehawka Salurdav nighl. We did
not learn what disposition was
made of the prisoner.
The school board at a recent
meeting re-elected all of the
teachers, but only two of this
year's force will be back. The
slaff for next year wil lbe as fol
lows: Superinleudent, V. Y,
Craig; principal, Miss Lucy Kei
fer; assistant principal. Miss Mil
dred L. Sisty; grammar, Miss
.Lollie Wunderlich ; intermediate,
Miss Vera I'.aldwin; primary. Miss
Hose K. O'Donnell.
This town needs a hotel and
needs it bad. Everyone realizes
that a building of i his kind does
not as a rule make a very profit
able investment, but isn't there
loose capital of the patriotic kind
in this town to rise to the occa
s'on? The two buildings here
now that are at all suitable will
not do nor can they be remodeled
to do. What we need is a new
building big- enough and buill
modern. Who has the money and
Fred Die.rs of Madison came
down this week for a few days'
fishing and to visit his brother,
W. F. I tiers, and family.
News comes from Crete to the
effect that Ollie Lilis of Omaha,
formerly of Louisille, will be
married to an Omaha young lady
Mrs. Lizzie liry an-l'arker died
at her home in Dctono, Minn.
She will be remembered as hav
ing; lauglit school in Louisville
eleven years ago.
We are glad to report that 1
C. Slander is able to be up and
around again after an illness of
several days, during which he was
con fined to his room.
Mrs. C. V. May field and chil
dren are here from Hreckenridge,
Okla., having' been ( ailed home on
account of the illness of Mrs.
Mayfield's father. Julius Hagoss.
Mrs. Itorolhv Jones and three
children are here from Colorado
visiting at the home of Mrs.
Jones' father, Amos Keiser. They
expect In remain for an extended
Allison came down from
Omaha last Friday evening' nnc
performed an opendion on Mrs
F. C. Twiss, removing a growth
from under one of her arms. The
operation was most successfu
and Hr. Worlhinan, the physician
in attendance, gives out encour
aging reports which are gratify
ing1 to her many friends.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Henry
llockenbach, Sunday. May J, an
Itorn To Mr. and Mrs. liert
Stewart, Friday, May 2, a seven
and one half poung' girl.
L. M. Mielenz of Lincoln was
in town the fore part of the week
baking hands wit'i old friends.
I). W. Morrow and family
moved down from Lincoln the
fore part of the week and are now
occupying the Eagle hotel.
Mrs. Lucv Mille:- of Davenport,
a., and Mrs. Sylvia Ashworth and
daughter of Lincom visited the
Hurdick brol hers Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Lyell, who was re-
cenlly operated on at the College
View hospital, is getting along
nicely and is expected to arrive
home this Friday, today.
Bruce Thorp ami family moved
down from Lincoln I he fore part
of the week and are occupying1 the
Flla Kent properly just noil n ot
I racks. Mr. Thorpe is em
ployed at Bells' garage.
F. P. Belts autoed to Nebraska
City last Thursday, where he met
Mrs. Belts and Pearl, returning
ionic with them that evening1.
Pearl was forced to leave her
school duties for i few days on
account of sickness.
Eagle, Talmage, Syracuse and
Burr are I lie learns which w ill bat-
e for honors in 'he Oloe counly
league. It is probable that Dun-
tar and Palmyra may enter, but
in case they do not. Ihe first four
teams will play out the schedule,
which will be real ii teres! ing.
Sunday with Ernest Engelkemeir,
near eepmg- ater.
Mr. and Mrs. Cieo. Hansen and
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hansen were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie
Mr. and Mrs. Williams and
family and Mr. and Mrs. August
Fngelkemeir and family were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Mr. and Mrs. Adam llild spent
Tuesday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Louie Puis .
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Tilson
spent Sunday at Ih-1 home of Mr.
md Mrs. John Human.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kraeger
and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kraeger
spent Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Engolkonieir's .
Mr. and Mrs. August Knuelke-
ineir spent Sunday with relatives
Mrs. Birdie Johnsuii spent
Tuesday evening al the home nf
Mr. and Mrs. W. if. I'uls.
The Most Profitable Employe on
In modern concerns big and little the
Long Distance heads the list of business get
ters. It multiplies selling time, minimizes
selling expense, runs no hotel bill, and jumps
from city to city at a moment's notice.
Your voice on the Long Distance Tele
phone carries your personality. It secures
an immediate audience and accomplishes
HEU ROBERT HER
ALD BITTEN BY DQ6
Last evening while engaged in
carrying his papers Henry Hobert
Herold was attacked by a dog; be
longing to a family on North
Fifth street and received several
severe biles on his left limb and
was compelled lo have a physician
summoned to dress the wounds.
He was unable to be out Ibis
morning and will nurse a very
sore member for some lime.
Parties who have dogs of a
icious nature should see that
I hey are kept tied up and not al
lowed to run at large, endangering-
the safely of the public, as
there is no lelling who they may
attack, and it is liable to result
seriously for someone.
!- (Special Correspondent.) !
Lewis llornbeck was an Omaha
, isilor Sat unlay.
Mary II ier of Lincoln was honu
MVs. Maria Weadle and daugh
ter returned Thursday from L
Miss Yerda 1 borne was in
Lincoln Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beall were
visiting- I heir sous in Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. James Brit lain of
Lincoln have been isiting friends
and relatives Ibis week.
Miss Anna Annixverf, who has
been nursing at Ihe Orthopedic
hospital in Lincoln has finished
her course and is row home on a
few days' visit.
Mrs. Chas. Story and daughter
were Omaha's business visitors
DonT forget Ihe dale of the
dance May 171 h.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Craig; and
daughters were in Omaha Mon
day and Tuesday.
Some of the in, mi of our city
were fishing last week on the
Hurry on the Marsh. They caught
a lot of game and enjoyed eat in
.J. ELMVVOOD. .J.
J Leader-Echo. !
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Mrs. 0. O. Shrevc is under the
doctor's care, suffering wilh in
Mrs. 0. S. Hart went lo Falls
Cilv Sunday to attend the funeral
of her niece, Miss )ais Walker.
John MrCaig' lei I. tsiiuruay loi
his home in Omaha, after a visit
with his sister.' Mrs. John Hall,
whose health has been quilt
Ilalph Lynn has been suffering:
for Ihe past few days from a
wound caused by stepping; on a
nail. Ilalph says Ihe nail happen
ed lo be st irking point up.
Louis Dunkak ''eiurned Sunday
ni from an extended business
trip through western Nebraska
lie says crops are looking- tine al
places visit ed by him.
Mr. and Mrs. A. X. McCrory re
turned Tuesdav from a visit with
their daughter, Mrs. Perry, near
Mynard. Their granddaughter,
Miss Fdilli Perry, accompanied
Hecorder E. T. Coiner has re
ceived from the iwad ollicers of
e (). II. W. vouchers for the
payment of 2,nil0 to Ihe beni-
liciaries named in the policy held
by Ihe lale Chrislian David
William Ilueler of near Wabash
ami Miss Minnie lliekie were mar
ried at the home of the bride's
parents, northwest, of town on
Thursday afternoon. May t, al .'I
o'clock. The bride is a very ideas
ing and accomplished young
lady, and her numerous warm
friends are a uni! in well wishes
for her future happiness. The
groom is a worthy young- man, a
prosperous fanner nf the n
inunitv wherein he has grown lo
manhood and wheee he has taken
his bride to make iheir home. The
Leader-Echo joins in hearty con-
Ready Foe Summer.
Everybody is getting ready for
summer by cleaning his house,
but this cleanliness should also
be applied to the organs of his
podv. The best remedy for this
is Triner's American Elixir of Bit
ter Wine. This vegetable remedy
ids directly on the digeslivenr-
gans of (he body, 'leans out Ihe
inleslincs I borough ly, strength
ens them and if. creases their
working" capacity. This assists
materially in Ihe digestion of food
and allows us to accept as much
nutritious food as the body needs
in this season. It will fortify the
body against early attacks of
minnicr diseases. You should use
this excellent remedv in every in
disposition from the stomach, in
weakness, loss of appetite, consti
pation, headache, colic and
cramps. At. drug stores. Jos.
I'riner. 1 3:1.1-1. HP- So. Ashland
Ave., Chicago, 111. For external
pains you should try Triner's Lin
iment. It acts promptly.
Next Occupation Address
Mr. H. N. Tow I. of Ihe Towl
Engineering; company of Omaha,
wi c ive he next address in I he
series on "Occupations" at tin
Presbvlerian church tomorrow
(Friday) evening, al 8 o'clock.
There will be music and lunch
NEWS OF DEATH AT
Never can tell w hen you'll inanh
a linger or sutler a rrl, bruise.
burn or scald. He prepared
Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas
Eclectic Oil. Your druggist sells
it. 'JSe ami r0r.
Is it on Your Payroll!
Lincoln Telephone and
J. K. POLLOCK, Local Manager
MAPLE GROVE. !
J (Special Correspondent.) J
Mrs. Henry Engclkenieier spent
a few days last week in Omaha.
1. A. llild is building a new
automobile shed this week.
It. C Bai ev maim a business
trip lo Omaha Frjday.
James Tilson nad a narrow
escape from being killed Sunday
morning. He was going lo bar
ness one of bis horses and il
kicked him four limes. His ankl
is in pretty bad shape. He wi
be laid up for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. ("has. Herren
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Quito a large crowd of relatives
ami friends of this community at
tended Ihe funeral of Ihe late
Mary Tanner Sunday.
Herman Engvlkcmeir spent
DR. J. S. LIVINGSTON IS
HONORED B! STATE ELKS
The death occurred in Pckin,
linois. veslerday of (ieorge Yel-
ter. an aged resident of (lull place.
as a result of a severe case of
lung fever. The news was re
ceived here by lh relatives in a
telegram and was ipiile a shock
to them, as bis sickness was not
known of. The deceased was re
lated (o the W. 'I. and Wendell
lleil families, of near Cedar
Creek, and was also a cousin of
J. II. Becker of Ibis city. Be was
about 7! years old and leaves a
wife and two sous lo mourn his
loss. Mrs. J. II. Becker and Miss
Lizzie Heil will leave tomorrow
morning for IVkin to allcnd Ihe
funeral, which will be held al his
lale home Saturday.
IN CHALK CAVE
Spanish Gold Buried In Colo
rado Years Ago.
SAID TO EE SB0.C3O.C0O.
Coint, Gens and Nuggets. Guarded by
Human Skulls and Strange, Weird
Figures of Stone, Repose In Chests
In Place Where Spaniards Sought
Refuge When Pursued by Enemies.
Somewhere at tho base of Mount
rriueeton, eight miles! southwest of
Iiuena Vista. Colo., where the chalk
cliffs stand like sentinels, iu the Chalk
Creek canyon, there lies buried a Span-
lsh treasure of fabulous richness, said
to bo approximately $M),000,0O0.
It Is said to he stored away behind
the mighty walls of one of the winy
winding secret channels which pene
trate that particular section and reach
far Into the bowels of tin massive
mountain. It is said these chests ot
gold are guarded by human skulls with
strange and weird figures of stone.
According to the man' who Is now In
quest of this Spanish treasure, there
lire old wooden chesU with rusted
locks and worm eaten covers, bulging
in many places with gold nuggets run
ning In yellow streams from the rot
ten sides. They lie on the floor of tho
cave ouco used by the Spaniards as
their hiding places trom the roving
hands ot Indians or when too closely
pursued by enemies of other kluds.
Nuggets as large as or larger than the
largest Klondike nugget and precious
stones nnd coins so rare that their
worth can never be cstimatcd-thl
is the dream of Thomas . Summers
of Nathrop, a few miles south of Hue
Summers has been working on the
secret of the old mountain for several
years, but it was only recently that hia
Ktrnniro mission became known, lie
has worked alone, confiding in nobody.
Little attention was paid to him. and.
In fact, he let it become generally be
lieved that ho was simply prospecting.
With dim and thumb worn drawings,
to which be is constantly referring, ho
believes he will soon be in possession
of the $HO,0O0,(HH).
According to his story, there are cer
tain skulls and figures of animals carv
ed on tho face of the clilTs. which are
to be seen only when the full moon
shines nt n certain angle overhead.
w hich will lead bim to the entrance to
There are thousands of these small
caverns In tho chalk cliff at (hut point.
Just at what period of the year, month
or week it is that the rays of the moon
will reach the certain spot on the cliiT
Is n mystery he is trying to solve.
Summers Is not the only man who
has looked for the hurled treasure.
Some years ago a man came from tho
east with drawings and sketches.
through which he hoped to locate the
lost treasure. He worked several years
before giving up the quest.
The Elks at Iheir Mate eoinen
lion held in I.im-nln Tuesday
elected lo the ollie- nf vice prcsi
deal of Ihe slate organization Ir.
.1. S. Livingston of (his city, all
of Ihe former ollicers being n
elected with this exception. This
is a much deserved recognition
of one of tin! leading Klks in tin
slate and one whi-h reflects great
credit unon the order, as the
doctor has been nie ol the Im
wires in Ihe order for a long
period of years and has served as
exalted ruler of Hie IMallsiimul b
lodue. which mad" rival progress
during the lime he occupied Ihe
chair. The convention will meet
mxl, Year at North IMatle, and it
is expected the attendance will lie
much lartrer than Iliis year.
For tho Weak and Nervous.
Tired-oul, weak, nervous mer.
and women would feel ambitious,
energetic full of life and always
have a good appelilo, if they would
do Hie sensible thing for beall h-
lake Eloclrie Hitlers. Nothing
belter for the slomach, liver or
kidnevs. Thousands say they owi
ieir lives lo Ibis wonderful home
remedv. Mrs. O. Illiinevaull, of
Vestal Center. N. Y., says: "1 re.
trard Electric Millers as one ot the
greatest of gift. lean never for
get what it has done for me." iet
n holllc yourself and see what a
difference it, will make in your
health. Only T.Oc and t.0()
Iteeommendeil by Ed Ilynott, & Ci
IS AN INTELLECTUAL MARVEL.
New Mexico Boy, Eight Years Old,
Ready For High School.
Not vet cL'ht years old. but qualified
to enter high school next fall, which
he will do. llavniond l!ay of Itov.ell,
N. M., Is the wonder of the educational
world of the United States.
Without a single day In the politic
schools, trained nt Ids mother's kiieo
tdnee he was :i liulie of a few months,
lt;iv already has steed the tests re
quired of the average hoy or t.-irl of
fourteen wilh six to seven years of
study in school
Not m I v that. reads, writes and
talks Cci-man and Spanish In addition
to Emrlish. and is now about to take
up Latin as a regular course
Ills roeovd .Miialv r l almost excels
that of Herbert Wiener, the famous
son of Dr I.eo Wiener of Harvard
college, who will receive hia degree as
doctor of philosophy In June, though
but eighteen years old
If be maintains Ids present rate of
progress he may he qualified to enter
college when ten years old. Wiener
matriculated nt Tufts college when ho
A Pleasant Surprise.
The SI. Luke's (iuild of PL
Luke's parish held Hour regular
meeting veslerday afternoon at
I lie home of Mrs. II. II. Living
ston. The usual basmoss session
was held, after which Ihe ladies
indulged in sewing, conversation
and the like. Jus! at Ihe proper
lime Ihe ladies of this orgamza
lion were very agreeably surprised
wilh a treat, in Hie shape of de
licious ice crea Miami rake. The
licious ice cream :ind cake. The
very m:ich nnd it greatly added to
Ihe plotsures of Ji" afternoon.
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumalism of Ihe muscles of the
hack, for which you will find
nothing heller than Chamberlain s
Liniment. Eor sale by F. 0. 1'ricke
Commercial Club mnets third
Thursday evonlng of each month.
Wonderful Skin Salve.
Muckleii's Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the best, remedy
made for all diseases of (be skin,
and also for burns, bruises and
boils, lleiluees inflammation and
is soothing- ami healing. J. T.
Sossaman, publisher of News, of
BUILDS $150,000 GARAGE.
Zieglcr Also Orders a $5,000 Chicken
Brooder For Estate.
A $ir0,000 garage and a fo.OOO chick
en brooder are the latest desires ot
"William Ziegler. adopted son and heir
of tho lalo baking powder king. They
nro under construction on Ids estate,
Great Island. In the town of Darlen.
Tho garage -wll bo trimmed la ma
hogany, and the doors and elevator
will bo electrically equipped. Every
thing else will be in keeping. Tho
brooder will hatch and raise chickens
nutotnatlcally. It Is his wish to have
broilers to eat all the year around.
Mr. Ziegler recently purchased a
steam yacht and Is at present enjoying
a crulso around the work!
Cornelius. N. C. writes
box helped his serious skin ail
ment, after oilier remedies failed.
Duly L'5c. ltecoinmended by Ed
uvnolt fc Co.
Penalty For Swearing.
Swearing on the streets of Clayton.
Mo., n suburb of St Louis, carries a
penalty of from $1 to $100, aud users
of profanity are carefully compiling a
list of the $100 w ords so they can avoid
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