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GUPID'5 NET GETS
Eugene Tighe, a Former Platts-
mouth Boy, and Miss Alice
Weir Wedded in Omaha.
From WednoHday'n Dally.
This morning at 5:30, at St.
John's Roman Catholic church in
Omaha, occurred the wedding of
a former IMattsmoulh hoy, Eugene
Tighe, who was united in mar
riage to Miss Alice Weir, one of
the most charming young ladies
in (he metropolis. The wedding
was held at early mass in order
to permit the young people to do
part at 7 o'clock for Colorado,
where they will enjoy a short out
ing on the ranch of the groom
near Kaymer, after which they
will return east and make their
home in Chicago, where the groom
has a very lucrative position.
Mr. Tighe is well known here,
where he resided for a number of
years and attended the High
school, graduating in the class of
1004, and later went to Colorado
and honiesleaded with his broth
er, Fred, near Ilaymer. lie is a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Tighe
of Ilavelock and a nephew of Mrs.
Kdward Fitzgerald and F. K.
Schlater of this city.
To this worthy young man the
best, wishes of his many friends
will be extended in his new-found
The Boss is on Pike's
Peak and Sonny is
Still Doing What
He Was Told.
You should worry how hot it will be on
the Fourth, when we have all kinds of good
thing to eat for lunches and picnic dinners
and nice lemons and oranges for those cool,
Have you tried any of that Monarch
Grape Juice? It's going fast and no won
der! Try a bottle and you'll know why.
happiness and a long arid happy
married life for the newlyweds.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald and Mr.
and Mrs. Schlater were in attend
ance at the wedding of their
COMPLAINT FILED AGIST
IRA BATES IN TWO COUNTS
From Wednesday' Dally.
Yesterday afternoon County
Attorney Taylor filed a complaint
against Ira Hates, charging him
in the first count with drunken
ness and on the second with pro
fane and vile language on the
public highway. It seems that
last Saturday Ira imbibed very
heavily of the llowing bowl, and
while passing the residence of
Perry Marsh proceeded to address
him in no very complimentary
terms and his language was-so
violent that a complaint was
lodged with the county attorney
and Ira will be called upon to
answer to the charge as prefer
red. A lazy liver leads to chronic
dyspepsia and constipation
weakens the whole system. Doan's
Ilegulcts (23c per box) act. mild
ly m the liver and bowels. At all
(ieorge K. Dovey and son,
Charles were passengers this
morning on the early Burlington
train for Omaha to look after
some business matters for a few
W LOSE 111
THE FAST TRAIN
The Missouri Pacific Said to
Favor Retrenchment and
May Take Off Train.
From Wednesday' Dally.
It is reported on good authority
that instead of extending its pas
senger service, as had been con
templated, the Missouri Pacific,
in common with other roads
operating in Missouri, will,
since the recent decision of the
United States supreme court, re
duce expenses to a minimum.
This means then that the train
service will be reduced wherever
possible, that there will be no ex
tension of service on any of the
roads effected until it is seen just
how the new 2-cent fare law oper
ates. "Trainmen, too, claim to be
lieve that there is to be a great
"bumping," which means that on
account- of a reduction in the
force, men along the line of pro
motion will be set back and some
of them will be "bumped" clear
off their jobs. ,
Men in the passenger service
may go back to freight trains and
engineers will go to shoveling
coal. Conductors may again be
come brakemen, while brakemen
and firemen may be let out entire
ly. Rumors that the Missouri Pa
cific train service is to be cur
tailed have become so general,
says the Lincoln Journal, that
the Commercial club of Weeping
Water has appealed to the state
railway oemmissinn asking that
the road be allowed to make no
changes on the Lincoln branch,
which would in any way impair
SEVERAL LADIES TO START
ON TRIP THROUGH THE WEST
Tomorrow County Superintend
ent Mary E. Foster and sister,
Mrs. Nettie Stanton, depart from
Omaha over the Union Pacific for
Salt Lake, where they will attend
a teachers' meting, and go from
there to the Yellowstone National
park, where a short time will bo
spent in taking in the sights and
enjoying a vacation period. This
trip will be an ideal one for the
ladies, and it goes without saying
that it will be enjoyed to the ut
most by the members of the party.
The trip will take up several
We have some nice
and they will make
pretty as well
as cool dresses.
Now that you have
those low pumps, come
in and look at our
15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
We also have
35c, 50c and $1.00
Tramps Cause Trouble.
rrom Wedoenday' Dally.
Nebraska railroads are carrying
many tramps these days. Train
men working on night trains
especially have their hands full
and find it difficult to keep these
nomads off. A few nights ago a
tramp came in on one of the night
passenger trains of the Burling
ton, says the Lincoln Journal, rid
ing between the buffer vestibules
of the baggage and mail cars. To
get him out it was necessary to
open the baggage car door and
let him out through the car. His
position was so perilous that
trainmen could hardly understand
how he had escaped death. The
tramps are committing many
small thefts and robberies along
the roads now and the railway
special officers are kept busy
chasing them up and down the
AT THE HINES HOI
Gasoline Stove Explodes and
Mrs. Jos. Nines' Clothes Catch
Fire, Seriously Burning Her.
From Wednesday' Dally.
Yesterday afternoon quite a
distressing accident occurred at
the home of Joseph llines. just
south of the Columbian school
building. A gasoline stove in the
kitchen, which was being used to
prepare the evening meal upon,
exploded when it was lighted, and
as a result the room was soon
Mrs. llines rescued two' canary
birds which were in a cake in the
room and rushed back to attempt
to put out the flames, when her
dress caught fire, with the result
that she was very severely burn
ed about the hands, arms and
shoulders, as well as several
burns on the face and lower limbs.
The unfortunate woman ran out
of the house in flames and
screaming to where a large bar
rel of rain-water was standing
and jumped in it to extinguish the
flames, but not before she had
been severely burned.
The neighbors who were
aroused by the screams of Mrs.
llines, responded and came to her
assistance and' extinguished the
flames in the house before the ar
rival of the fire department, after
the alarm had been given. The
loss to the house will not be
great, but Mrs. llines is suffering
terribly from her injuries, despite
all that the physicians and friends
can do for her.
THE PACIFIC COAST
The following, taken from the
San Monica (Cal.) Outlook, tells
a good story on Hilly Stadelman,
an old-time Plattsmouth boy, and
his many old friends will be
pleased to learn from reading the
article that he is the .fame old boy
as when a resident here. ' Mr.
Stadelman is one of the promin
ent boosters on the coast country
and is the same genial, good fel
low as ever:
Every since George Snyder
operated his automobile with hair
oil Billy Stadelman has been
casting about for something bet
ter than gasoline, and this morn
ing he shouted, "Eureka." "What
is it?" asked a friend. "Nebraska
Mixture, and it beats gasoline,
see?" "We all sow. He jumped
in and started sailing up street,
but at the postoffiee the machine
went dead. He hopped out smil
ing and began to crank and for
fifteen minutes he cranked, but
kept smiling. "The darn stufT'll
work all right," he was heard to
mutter. Carl Schrader was an in
terested spectator. "Don't, Stad;
it's dead; take it to the morgue."
But after another attempt he
acted on the advice, and Cassatt,
Van Winkle and Schader pushed
manfully and got the machine
turned around and started down
grade, but ran into another ma
chine and then they deserted the
Nebraskan and he went to work
alone. Crcal streams of perspira
tion streamed down his face, but
lie persisted and finally landed it
in an open man-hide on Third
street. Then, according to Schad
er, he said things not down in the
Sunday school lessons, but Dr.
Lindsay asserts he said: "Ain't
it awful." However, after a little
more trouble a muscular work
man took pity on him and the car
was soon landed in the garage
and gas substituted for the "Ne
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braska Mixture." Incidentally,
the formula for that mixture is
for saleand several things were
demonstrated, among them that
Henry Engelbrecht can beat
Stadelman manipulating a dead
car and that George Snyder's hair
oil worked and Stad's stuff failed
and also that the big promoter
can have awful provocation and
still not become profane.
DEATH OF WILLIAM
A. SWEARINGEN FOR
MERLY OF THIS GITY
From Wednesday's Dallv.
The sad news was received in
this city this morning of the
death at his home in. Benson last
evening at 6:50 of William A.
Swearingen, a well known former
resident of this city. Mr. Swear
ingen had been in very poor
health for the past year and had
been in the hospital several times
in an effort to secure relief, but
to no effect. The cause of his
death was a complication of
Bright's disease and heart trouble.
Mr. Swearingen was for years a
prominent figure in this section
of the country, having acted as
agent for the Missouri Pacific at
Elmwood, Union and in this city,
which position he resigned to
move to Omaha, where he was
employed in the express office in
South Omaha for a time until his
health, became such he was forced
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Telephone Service is net, nor can it
be made always perfect. It fals oc
casionally just as everything else
goes wrong at some time.
Where it is 80 perfect we are
striving to reach 85$. Where it is
85 we are hoping to get it to 90
You are helping and can help more.
When the service fails you, call up
the Chief Operator and steps will be
taken immediately to prevent a repetition.
Lincoln Telephone and
J. K. POLLOCK, Local Manager
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to resign. The funeral of Mr.
Swearingen will be held tomor
row afternoon at 4 o'clock from
the late home in Benson. He
leaves his wife to mourn his loss,
as their only son, Tom, was
drowned two years ago at Sioux
City while attempting to save a
comrade. The death of Mr.
Swearingen will cause a feeling
of deep sorrow here, where he
was so well known, and everyone
with whom he came in contact
was his friend, as he was a very
bright, genial gentleman.
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berlain's Tablets is daily becom
ing more widely known. No such
grand remedy 'for stomach and
liver troubles has ever been
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Alexander Dumas said duty is
something tbut we exact from others. Your
duty to yourself is to tuke Allen's Cough
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