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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1913)
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Not hardly to-day, but you will
feel cool and comfortable in a Sum
mer Crepe Dress.
45-inch wide Embroidery Voile
a special value at 69c per yard.
A complete line of Flaxons and
India Linons to choose from.
How About o Fan?
We have them from 25c up to $1.00
Lots of good cool house dresses on hand
E. G. DiUEV & $m
Boosters Get in Good Work and
Defeat the Visitors by Score
of 3 to 0.
Yesterday aflerdoou' I fie Monst
ers .secured sweei, revenge for
their former defeat by hanging a
shutout on I he Alhamhni liasc
ball team of Omaha, who had
come down with the idea of pick
ing tip a lillle soft money, hut
were badly disappointed hy the
rejuvinaled team here, who play
ed gilt-edge ball from start to
finish and won by a score of .'J to
0. The locul team has been
shifted around on the line-up and
the change apparently has great
ly improved the work of I he team,
as there was only one error made
during the whole nine innings.
The llrst sack was held down by
Charley Anil., who played an
errorless game and assisted by
timely hits in the batting depart
ment, while Mryon Amies was
placed at third in place of Sals
burg, who covered the second
sack, and I bey both played a
good fast game throughout.
The first inning saw I he locals
win the game by timely hitting,
and after the scores acquired in
this spasm there was nothing do
ing on either side as far as scor
ing was concerned. The visitors
opened by Monroe securing a safe
hit to third, and when Horn at
tempted a hunt he knocked a lit
tle pup-up that was secured by
(lomiur, ami both he ami Monroe
were retired on the play. I)odd
hit safe through shortstop, but
did not get. to score, as Nyslroin
was struck out by Connor. The
Monsters did some very ell'ective
nailing in llieir Half oi llie in
ning. Meal bunted and was safe
on the throw In first and kept
right on going to second, and on
Mann's hit to right Held came
Smith, who 1 1 a i on his bulling
dollies, rapped out a nice Jill In
left and Mann registered another
score. Connor was put out on a
little grounder to Vernon, but
Smith came home on Mason's
two-bagger lo left, which the
fielder inufTed. This ended the
scoring, as the side was retired
when Carle struck out.
The visitors several limes got
men on bases, but I hey w ere un
able to bring lliem across the
plale, as Connor was very ef
fective against lliem in tight
places and received tine support
from the entire team. In the
sixth Horn of the visitors reached
second and started for third base,
but Meal's quick return of the
drive of Dodd through second
caught him between the bases
nnd he was tagged out. The line
up of the teams was as follows:
Hichler Catch Carle
Vernnn Pitch Connor
Dodd First Ault
Horn Second . ...Salsburg
I-aey Third Amies
Monroe.... Shortstop Smith
Kaufman.... Right Mann
Seiglberg. . . Center Meal
Nystrnm Left Mason
Look in our corner window for
these Good-Night Shirts for men we
are selling at 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.25.
Also pajamas at $1 up.
Boys1 Night Shirts 50c, pajamas $1.
These are the famous Brighton goods
extra full cut and extra well made.
C. E. Wescott's Sons
Always the Home of Satisfaction
At Home of Philip H. Melsinger,
West of Plattsmouth, and a
Big Time Enjoyed.
In I he year 1818 Ihere came' to
this country from the Fatherland,
across the sea, a young German
ami his worth v helpmate. Frei
Lutz ami wife, and they came here
in humble circumstances, seeking
to make for themselves and fain
ily a home in I he new world. They
sell led near Pekin, Tazewell
county, Illinois, and here the bus
band and father engaged in
farming and was very successful
ami by hard work and (ierman
thrift succeeded in making a
home for hjmself and his growing
Yesterday, at I he home of
hilin II. Mejsinger and wife.
west of this city, the leu children
f this worthy couple gathered foi
family reunion and the occasion
was one that will always lie a
iriglit memory to all. as IlKvchil
dren gathered for the llrst lime in
years, coming from different
parts of the country to ho the
guests of their sister, Mrs.
Meisinger, and to visit with each
I her. The dinner spread before
them was a feast fit for a king
and served with the lavish hos-
italily so characteristic of the
Meisinger home and there was
nothing spared to make the day
one of I he most happy in I he lives
of the family who had gathered
There were some seventy-live.
of the family assembled at Hie
Meisinger home and I In; day w as
spent in renewing old limes with
arh nlher. I- ive sons and five
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. f.ufz
survive I hem, as I lie parents nass-
'd away many years ago, and the
hildren have all been very suc
essful in life and each has a
family and comfortable home in
which to spend their declining
years. The oldest of the children
s Mrs. Marg:ire Schafer of this
oiinty, who is 70 years of age,
and the youngest, Mrs. J. I.
Falter of this city, aged 48.
The children present at the re
union yeslerday were: Mr.) Mar
garet Schafer, Cass county; Fred
I.tilz, I'ekin, Illinois; Mrs. Cath
erine Hipper. Corydon. Iowa:
Mrs. Elizabeth Schafer, Kxeter.
Nebraska; Nicholas Lutz, Fair-
Jiionl, Nebraska; I'hilip Lutz,
Seward, Nebraska: John Lulz.
Oak, Nebraska; Henrv Lulz,
Pekin, Illinois; Mrs. 1. . Mei-
inger, west of this city, and Mrs.
J. I. Fa Her.
This family can well be proud
if the record I hey have made and
are numbered among the leading
and most substantial citizens in
their respective communities and
have contributed greatlv to the
upbuilding of the localities in
which ther reside. One of the
sons, Henry Lutz, of Pekin, holds
Ihe important position of county
commissioner of Tazewell county,
one of the richest in the state of
BERING DRUG STORE
Mr. C. L. Hundstroni of Oma-
la, who has been in the employ
of the Henry R. (Jering Co. of
that city, arrived in Plattsmouth
riday evening and will assume
the management of the tiering &
Co. drug store. Mr. Rundstrom
is un excellent gentleman, a regis
tered druggist for the past twen
ty years and a business man of
ability and integrity, and under
Ins management the business will
no doubt meet with success Mr.
Rundstrom will soon move his
family to this city and will reside.
in the F. S. While property on
North Sixth street. The Journal
joins in extending Mr. Rundstrom
and his family a hearty welcome
to our city and may his associa
tion with the Plattsmouth busi
ness circles bo long and prosper
Sale Objected To.
Saturday afternoon a hearing
was had on Ihe object ion of Mrs.
Josie C. Harr to the confirmation
of the sale of the lands in the
case of John W. Harr vs. Kllie J.
Harr, et al. The attorney for
Mrs. Harr objected to the con
tinuation on Ihe ground that
they had not had notice of the
sale being confirmed in time to
present, their objection. The
court granted until Thursday for
Ihe attorney for Mrs. Harr to
present his objections to the
DAII CUPID'S DARTS
Junior Guild, Notice!
The Junior (iuild of St. Cuke's
parish will hold a social meeting
Monday evening with Miss Verna
Halt at Ihe home of John Halt,
A short business session will
be held before the social, and all
members are requested In attend.
Any of Colgate's reaulan 25c
toilet artlclos, this week for 15c.
Qeorlng & Co., 'Phone 36.
HIT ANOTHER MARK
This morning at ( o'clock at
the Holy Rosary Catholic church
occurred the wedding of two of
our popular young people. Mr.
James M. Sedlak and Miss Hermie
J. Jelinek being united in the
holy bonds of wedlock by Rev.
Father John Vlcek, using the
beautiful mass of the Roman
Catholic church. Sollowing the
ceremony the wedding parly were
guests at a sumptuous wedding
breakfast at Ihe home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Joseph Zitka
These young people are well
and favorably known in this city.
where the bride, who is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Mary Jelinek. was
born and reared In womanhood
and possesses a host of warm
friends, who will unite in wish
ing her all the happiness in the
world in her married life. The
groom is a tine young man of ex
cellent character, who is em
ployed in the Hurlington shops
and has made many friends by
his line trails of character. The
young people will go to house
keeping at once in Ihe cozy home
which I hey have prepared in Ihe
west part of Ihe city, and il will
he a source of much pleasure to
their many friends thai Ihev have
lecided to make I heir home in
this city. Miss Lillian Jelinek of
Long Pine, Neb., was present to
attend Ihe wedding ceremonv.
A Ckv Line of Furniture
and Household Goods
and it will pay you to call and see what we are now
carrying before you buy. Our prices are always right.
Oil Cookers and the Famous Buck
Ranges are Now in Our Line
New Rockers, New Dining Chairs, Tables and Cabi
nets. Sanitary Couches and all Furnishing Goods.
1st Door East of Court House Plattsmouth
From Garnet. Kansas.
Miles Slandish of (Jarnel, Kan
sas, was in Ihe city for a brief
visit, with old friends and rela
tives last Saturday, going from
here lo Missouri, where he owns
a farm. Miles says that crops in
Kansas are looking good this
year. Kverylliing points lo a
MISS MARIE BOHR
FINISHES FOUR YEAR IN
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
At the recent 1'oinmeueument
exercises of the slate university
an honor that is conferred on few
was given to Miss Marie Book-
,meyer of this city, who graduated
from I hat institution, having
finished a regular four-year
course in science and domestic
science in the remarkable period
of Ihree years, something' that
very few students at the univer
sity have been able to do, and the
fact that Miss Hookmeyer was
able lo carry this great amount
of work out in such a short
period of time speaks most elo
quently of her splendid educa
tional attainments, and her
friends in this city are very proud
of the showing she has made at
the university, which reflects not
only great credit on this talented
young lady, but upon the schools
here, from which sly graduated.
Miss Rookmeyer expects to lake
up school work as her life study
and has prepared herself most
thoroughly for the work and her
success goes without saying. The
class numbered some i () 5 members.
NEHAWKA BOYS DONE IT TO
OUR BOYS IN FINE SHAPE
Yesterday noon an aggregation
of young base ball players de
parted from this city for Ne
hawka in several automobiles, de
termined to bring back the scalps
of the boys from our neighbor
ing village, but, alas, instead of
being able to carry off the victory
of the contest, the boys from here
were deeply humiliated by the
overwhelming score of 13 to 1.
It, is not reported as to how the
one run was secured. This ball
team is a very good bunch of
young players, but Ihe team at
Nehawka was very much out of
llieir class, as Ihe Nehawka boys
have had a very fast, team for the
past two years, and last year were
able to play up with any of the
small (earns in the county.
Strawberries for Sale.
My strawberries are now ready
for market and I will receive
orders for delivery. 'Phone No.
495-W or call at II. C. McMaken
& Sons' odce on South Sixth
street. L. II. Petersen.
The Journal for typewriter
Saturday, June 21, we
will have for our special sale Ladies'
Lace Trimmed Corset Covers-regular 25c values.
all sizes, one to a customer, each . .
We have just received a new assortment of
Royal Society Package Outfits
If you have already used the ROYAL SOCIETY FLOSS you know what it is.
Once used it speaks for itself. We carry a full line of this Floss.
The Fruit Season is now on
we have all styles of Jelly Classes
at 25 cents per dozen.
We also carry the MASON, SCHRAM, ECONOMY, ATLAS, E-Z SEAL
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