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LIVELY RUNAWAY III WHICH
NO ONE IS INJURED
From Friday's Dally.
Ouito a lively spill occurred
yesterday afternoon about 4:30 on
Washington avenue, who'll the de
livery team of H. M. Soennichsen,
which was driven by Philip Rhin,
became frightened when the
tongue of the wagon dropped
down and ran up the avenue
scattering groceries along in their
wake. Mrs. Frank Schillo and
two trniall children were riding
out to the Missouri Pacific sta
tion in the wagon with Mr. Rhin,
and they were thrown out when
the team started to run, as was
the driver, with the. result that
all were badly bruised and shaken
up. The team was finally stripped
without doing further damage.
DECIDE FOR A SEPAR
ATE ORPHAN'S HOME
Best Medicine for Colds.
When a druggist recommends a
remedy for colds, throat and lung
troubles, you can feel sure that he
knows what ha is talking about.
C. Lower, Druggist, of Marion,
Ohio, writes, of Dr. King's New
Discovery: "I know Dr. King's
New Discovery is the best throat
and hr.ig medicine I sell. It c jred
my wife of a severe bronchial cold
after all other remedies failed."
It will do the same for you if you
are suffering with a cold or any
bronchial, throat or lung cough.
Keep a bottle on hand all tho time
for everyone in the family to use.
It is a home doctor. Price 50c
and $1.00. (iuaranteed by F. G.
"FrirJic & Co.
From Friday' Daily.
The Nebraska grand lodge of
tho Order of tho Easter Star, at
its session in jOinaha yesterday,
decided to maintain an orphan's
home in connection with the Ne
braska Masonic Home in this city,
and a building will be furnished
and equipped and maintained by
tho Star lodge, as well as a matron
hired to look after the interests
of tho children. The children will
thus be segregated from the old
people. Under the present sys
(em all are cared for together
The plan will be tried for a year,
and if found successful! will be
continued on a permanent basis
This will make quite an addition
to the Home here and will be a
most laudable undertaking for tho
lodge to take up in the care and
protection of the orphans of
members of the Masonic frater
nity. Tim plans will be formu
lated later as to just what ar
rangements will be made concern
ing the securing of a building at
(lie Home. The roam part of the
grand lodge yesterday was taken
up with the installing of the new
service was touched on by Presi
dent Schneider, who slated that
ho had, in company with others of
the transportation committee,
called on the Hurlmglon ofllcials
in Omaha recently to see what
could be done in regard to gel
ting the Schuyler train ran into
this city instead of making the
passengers wait at Oreapolis, as
at present, but lint t tie matter
was not looked upon very favor
ably by the officials, although they
had thought that an extra coach
could be put on that could be
transferred to No. I and brought
on into this city. The Missouri
Pacific officials have not as yet
answered the letters of the com
mittee in regard to the "merry-go-round"
train over that road,
and as President Schneider stated
he thought this was one case that
should be taken ucfore the rail
way commission if the officials
refused to take any action in the
Mr. Tidd thought that a change
in the running time of either the
Schuyler or Missouri Pacific train
from Weeping Water would
greatly assist in the solving of
the problem of better train serv
ice. At present I he. t rains get in
to Louisville at about tin; same
time and the passengers from the
Missouri Pacific do not have lime
to get over to the Turlington to
make connections for this city.
Mr. Pollock poinied out that it
was reported that the M. P. was
to install a motor car service be
tween Nebraska City and Lin
coln to meet i he competition
offered by the new Hurlington
train out of thai city, and he
thought if Ho; proper representa
tions were made it might be pos
sible to secure a similar train for
Items of Interest to Old and New
Residents of City Which Were
New Forty Years Ago.
Mrs. Richardson of Eight Mile
drove sends us a nice little bas
ket of the first gooseberries of
tho season, for which she has our
thanks and the assurance that
they tasted first rate mixed with
K. Plunimer, sr., the pere of E.
Plimmier, of (he firm of Clark &
Pluminer, has returned to Platts
niouth again, and once more
greets us with a pleasant smile as
wo pass up and down our daily
Mrs. Latham has left the balmy
air of southern Nebraska for the
snow clad hills of Canada. May
she have a pleasant trip and safe
return, is the heartfelt wish of the
Herald. Oh, how solemn Latham
Have you r ver stood on top of Pike's Peak and looked off at the rest of the
world and experienced sensations that are not to be described in words?
Are you numbered among those who know the pleasures and benefits of a
sojourn in that great natural sanitarium-the Black Hills of South Dakota?
Have you ever enjoyed the health-giving pleasure of a camping trip in the
Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming or along the Cody road to Yellowstone Park?
Did you ever go coaching through Nature's wonderland -Yellowstone Park':
Have your eyes ever been blessed with a sight of that em3rald gem of the
Northern Rockies-Lake McDonald-in Glacier National Park?
Did you ever visit "The Charmed Land of the American Continent," bor
dering on America's Mediterranean (Puget Sound) and the surrounding coun
try to which Nature has given a bewitchingly beauty and a wonderful climate?
An- you familar with the undreamed-of scenic wealth of glorious Califor
niathat land of out o' doors. ,
Make the most of our trip-let me help you plan it." The furnish f
1 complete details for vacation trips is a Dart of "Purlino--
liram ,on Sm,ce "
A T T A . . m mm m rm m iiairai
i. v. vkLinuil, HbnCI Hgeill
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Nebr.
Weeki of May 4 and 18
CORPS MARKS GRAVES
OF DECEASED MEMBERS
I have a two-cylinder Reo auto,
in good shape, ttiat I will trade
for Independent Harvester stock.
Stock must be paid for. If inter
ested, write ine at 914 Jones
street, Omaha, Neu.
Old-Time Resident Here.
W. II. Worden, an old-time
resident of this city, has been
here for the past few days visit
ing his old friends, while en
route from his home in Mcpher
son county to the east. Mr. Wor
den was for many years engaged
in farming near the Missouri
Pacific depot in this city and tho
old-time residents claims he grew
the finest watermelons that they
ever enjoyed. Mr. Worden is
over 7(1 years of ago and lias tine
health for one so advanced in
A Want Ad In the Journal will
bring what you want
Nine members of the Woman's
Relief Corps yesterday afternoon
drove out to beautiful Oak Hill
cemetery and marked the graves
of the departed members in order-
to decorate them on Decoration
day, which will be observed by
both the Grand Army and Corps
to keep green the memory of their
departed members ami comrades.
There are sixteen members sleep
ing their last long tleep here, as
follows: Mesdames Tiffney, Samp
son, McMaken, Douavan, Newland,
Hyers, McCrosky, McCarty, Ver-
melya, Williams, Cooper, Alexand
er, Lloyd, Poisall. Two members,
Mrs. Lutz and Mrs. Matlie Grey,
are buried in other cemeteries and
remembrances will be sent to be
placed on their graves on Decora
lion. Willitt Pottenger will
leave in a day or two for a trip to
Salt Lake City, with a view to
making a permanent location and
resuming the practice of law in
thai, city. Pottenger's family will
remain in Plattsmouth, for the
William Edgerton runs a saw
mill, and makes all kinds of Cot
tonwood lumber. William Edger
ton is a good business man, and
be advertises his business. "Hill"
Edgerton is President of the "Sen
ate," and Frank is always on hand
to serve you in a polite and agree
able manner to all the luxurious
Fine New Daughter.
The homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Ihrie was gladdened yesterday by
the arrival of a line new daugh
ter, who will make her home with
them until some fortunate young
man takes her away. The mother
and little one are doing nicely
and the proud father is able to
be at, his duties is manager of
the dry goods department at E. G.
Dovey & Son's big store.
Col. C. F. Morse, superintend
ent of the H .& M. in Nebraska,
has introduced several much
needed reforms in the running
and general management of this
road; and the latest one is an or
der to prevent the rough and
careless manner of handling
trunks and other baggage on this
road, under penalty. Superin
tendent Morse, with his corps of
assistants, seems determined to
have the H. & M. in Nebraska sec
ond to no other road in America,
so far as careful management and
safety to life and properly will go
towards securing that desirable
Wheeland's mill caught fire last
week, and for a few moments gave
promise of a fine conflagration.
The fire company turned out and
hollered. Joe Conner seized a
Dabcock, while Frank Stadter
grabbed an old town pump lying
on the sidewalk arid rushed yell
ing down the street. Hefore they
"arriv" at the scene of the red
fiends' devastation a neighbor
woman had lent Wheeland's boy
a pail of sour buttermilk swill,
the fumes of which operated the
same as sulphuric acid gas from
a Habcock engine, and immedi
ately extinguished the incipient
Farm for Sale.
Anyone wanting to buy a farm
would do well to see W. R. Hryan,
The Brooks House changed
management Monday morning.
Mr. Charles McEntee takes charge
and Mr. Linch retires on his
honors. Mr. Linch has won the
good will of our people during his
residence here, and Mr. McEntee
is too well known to need any en
dorsement from us. Whether he
can keep' a hotel or not he must
PUPILS IN CENTRAL BUILD
ING GIVE MUSICAL PROGRAM
A young child belonging to a
family by the name cf Levins, liv
ing about ten miles out in the
country, met with a frightful ac
cident, resulting in death, last
week. The father had placed the
child, a little girl about 3 years of
age, in the wagon, which contain
ed some loose hay, giving her his
coat to sit down on, while he took
his team and commenced plowing
in another part of the field.
There were some loose matches
in the coat pockets, and it is sup
posed that the child in playing
with them set fire to the hay and
thus to herself. The father, see
ing the smoke rise from the
wagon, rushed towards it, only to
find hi child enveloped in flames.
He burnt his hands severely in ex
tinguishing the blaze, and after
so doing the child vas carried to
the house. Hefore u doctor could
reach the place the poor little suf
ferer was dead. The parents have
the sympathy of the whole eom
niunily in their great sorrow.
Mrs. Thompson Better.
Mrs. Joseph Thompson, who
lias been quite sick for some time,
is feeling a little improved and
her family and friends are much
pleased at the favorable reports
from her bedside and trust that in
a short time she will be able to
be up and around.
From Wednesday' Dally.
This morning the pupils of the
Central building gave a musical
program at the building that was
very pleasing and .showed great
talent in the young people in the
rendition of the numerous dif
ficult selections. The program
was as below, and each number
on it was given in a very pleasing
manner: Trio At the School Festival..
Lillian Cummins, Tenie Zucker,
Grand Parade. . .Alpha Hallstroni
Heart Leave. .Lillian U. Cummins
Violin Solo Hand in Hand. . . .
Elizabeth Hajeck, accompanist.
Cadet's March Tenie Zucker
Curious Story Gladys Hall
Violin Solo Nearer My God to
Thee Edward Donat.
Agnes Hajeck, accompanist.
Pleasant Voyage., Muriot Cummins
The Racer Joseph McMaken
Love's Golden Dream
In the program given last week
the name of Clara Trility was
omitted from the account of the
entertainment, her number being
"Sleep, Little Pigeon," and was
very pleasing in one so young.
The new uniforms for the fire
company have "arriv," and we
may expect a grand parade one of
We are very sorry to announce
that M. H. Murphy is quite sick.
Ezra Millard, esq., of Omaha,
visited our city last, week.
Gives the Farmer a Big Boost '
in making His Farm Prosperous
Did you ever notice that a prosperous cient labor and proper machinery.
larm is invariably well fenced, and is
usually divided into small fields by a
fence " horse-high, hog-tight and bull
strong"? Why is it?
Because the prosperous farmer real
izes that good fences are as necessary to
successful farming as fertile seeds, effi-
Made In Different Strlx for FIELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN, U-.A riiiamntAPrl
CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN -tVery IOU VJUttrcUll.CCH
Ask your dealer fur "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on hia furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade
you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us ditect.
the wise farmer investigates before he
invests. Others just buy and are often
"sold." " Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence is
made with but one end in view to give
best service for the longest time at least
cost. Investigating it costs nothing.
Investing in it pays.
Briuht, Annealed & GaWanilad Wir TwiaUd
Cable Wire) Hard Sprint Coil Wire; Fence
Staple Poultry Netting Stapleii Regular Wira
NaiUi Calr anited Wire NaiU Large Head
Roofing NaiUt Single Loop Bale Tie "Pitte.
burgh Perfect" Fencing. AU mad of Open
iiis r Miiwn m'
If you are interested In Wire Fencing, writ)
for FREE cop of our ALMANAC, 1913-
Pittsburgh Steel Co.
I). II. Wheeler lias gone travel
ing off again, to Lincoln, Ne
braska City, etc. Grand lodge
doings and other things.
The old City hotel has been
overhauled and fixed up by Mr.
Tutl, and will look and feel like a
new building when thoroughly
The walls of the High school
building are looming up grandly
The first story is almost com
plete, and Mr. Dexter, with his
characteristic energy, is pushing
the work along is fast as men
and means can do it.
This building will be a great
ornament to Plait smooth when
Wonderful Skin Salve.
Hucklen's Arnica Salve Is known
everywhere as the best remedy
made for all diseases of the skin,
and also for burns, bruises and
boils. Reduces inflammation and
is soothing and healing. J. T.
Sossaman, publisher of News, of
Cornelius, N. C, writes that one
box helped his serious skin ail
ment after other remedies failed.
Only 25c. Recommended by F. G.
Fricke & Co.
Have you tried the Forest Hose
flour? If not, why not? It is the
best flour on the market and is
sold by all dealers.
Spanking will not cure children
of wetting the bed, because it is
not a habit but a dangerous dis
ease. The C. H. Rowan Drug Co.,
Dept. 13 10G3, Chicago, 111., have
discovered a strictly harmless
remedy for this distressing dis
ease and to make known its mer
its they will send a 50c package
securely wrapped and prepaid Ab
solutely Free to any reader of the
Journal. This remedy also cures
frequent desire to urinate and in
ability to control urine during the
night or day in old or young. The
C. II. Rowan Drug Co. is an Old
Reliable House. Write to them
today for the free medicine. Cure
the afflicted members of your
family, then tell your neighbors
and friends about this remedy.
.rresl Sheriff Johnson arrest
ed a parly of emigrants on Tues
day for tresspass on the fields of
John Fitzgerald, esq. They broke
the fence and swore so loud it
scared Robinson (Fitz's man) and
he came in for a warrant $22
settled the hash and the emigrant
The Best Uanure Spreader
Oil THE MARKET TODAY!
This machine may be seen at my implement
department a new addition to my general black
smith and wagon business. I also handle the
AVERY Corn Planters
In fact it is my intention to carry a general line
of Farm Implements of all kinds. Call and see
me for whatever you may need.
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SOUTH SIXTH ST.,
'goeth on his way rejoicing.
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