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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1913)
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'- Saturday Evening, July 20,
1 Lawn Musical.
I Everyone In v i t !. J.
i Benefit Library. J
Come ( Mrs. Tult's Thursday
afternoon and have a good visit.
Mrs. Jennie llhoden was a
I'laltsiiioulli visitor Wednesday
Peaches, cream and cake will
lie served at Minford's Saturday
Miss liallie Adams or Plalls
inniith is visiting at the home of
0. II. Davis.
Mrs. Emma Minis ami daughter,
Helen, visited at her sister's, Mrs.
Tut IV, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sporer
virilcd at Yalipraso and at l)eiu
Jcr lln- past week.
John Meekman was looking af
ter some business mailers in the
county seal Tuesday,
i W. W, IFainilliiii was allendiug
the W oodman meeting in Plalls
tmnilh Wednesday evening.
fleorge Rhoden came down from
I'laltsmiiiilh Wednesday morning
In assist the hoys in threshing.
Major Hall of Plattsnioulh
and llarve Manners of Omaha
were here Tuesday in the interest
of the Interstate car.
Miss Ogla Min ford spent a few
days in Lincoln this week, Serle
Davis bringing her homo in the
Mrs. A. L. Maker and daughter,
Opha. departed hs Friday even
ing for a few weeks' visit witli
frior.ds and relatives in various
points in Indiana, the old home of
S How About
For The Threshers?
Here's some good things to eat so don't worry
t just make out a list and phone or send it to our store. I
Macaroni and Cheese. . . .20c
2 cans Tomatoes 25c
4 " good Sweet Corn.. 25c
2 M " Peas 25c
Vesper Canned Hominy. . 10c
Heinz Pork and Deans. . . . 15c
Surely you can pick a good dinner from
X this list.
Gay ius"k& Lvaiii uuuiu&miiu,
Jack Chalfanl made a (rip to
Kd Lewis has a fish story to
lell. Cull him up.
Morn To Creed Harris and
wife, a son, on July 18.
Hubert Good and wife wen; in
I'laltsiiioulli Monday aflernoim.
Miss HI la .Nickels was looking
alter business in Union Thursday.
Mrs. II. H. Nickels and daughter,
Merlha, were I'laltsiiioulli visitors
Lewis ami family spent
with Hubert Fitch and
Miss Fit a
Nickels was Irans
ss in Nehawka Wed-
G. S. Hay and family spent Sun
day with Major Hall at I'latts
J. I). Lewis and wife spent Sun
day wilh the hitler's mother, Mrs,
H. II. Filch.
Mrs. J. I). Lewis and son,
Wayne, were I'laltsiiioulli visitors
Frank Ihigay of Nehawka was
visiting his mother, Mrs. F. H.
The Lewiston Glee club gave a
social picnic Sunday al I he
"Jump OIT l'lace" park.
Silas Long and wife of Lincoln,
Mrs. Mary Johnson ami Mrs. Ad
die Stokes were guests of Mrs.
Arthur Copenhaver Tuesday.
What's the mailer with having
some new hitching racks at Mur
ray? The fanners are compelled
to form a regular line-up to get
a place lo lie. ine niicning
facililies are about the poorest in
any village around.
(ieorge Oldham came down
from Plattsnioulh Wednesday
morning to look after some of his
That Dinner !
Prunes, lb 10c
Apricots per lb 35c
Large can Peaches 50c
" Apricots 50c
Interest in this vicinity and will mail
Saturday Feiiing, July .Ml, J
i Lawn Musical. -I
J Fveryone Invited.
J Meii'-lil Library.
.Mrs. M. llialt, who has been so
seriously ill for the pa-l few
weeks, is some belter at Ibis
Some of I he best talent iii and
around Murray will appear on the
program al Minford's Saturday
Mrs. Thomas Jameson of
Weeping Water is in Murray this
week iiling her daughter, Mrs.
J. F. Miendel.
Charles Carroll was taken ill
Tuesday morning and has since
been con lined lo his bed. lie was
working in the harvest field at the
Mrs. Cuy Marlon and little son
passed through Murray from
I'lallsmoulh, en route to Ne
braska City, where she will visit
for a few days with relatives and
The ball game on the Murray
diamond last Sunday between
Murray and Ihe Meeker teams re
sulted in a decided victory for
Murray. The score was 18 to i
in favor of the home team.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tilsou
entertained al a family dinner
Sunday. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Tilson and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. F. M. Young, jr., departed
Wednesday for Murdock, Min
nesota, where she will visit her
son for a few weeks. She was ac
companied as far as Omaha by
Mrs. Joseph (look and little son.
J. W. Holmes was a I'lalls
moulh visitor Wednesday evening,
driving up in the Auburn car that
he leaded from Charles Spangler.
The Journal publisher made Ihe
return trip to the county seal
Waller Sans made a trip1 In
Omaha Tuesday in his new 'Ford (
car. He was accompanied by W.
!. Moedeker, Kd Tut I and : Joe
Creamer. Tliev sure made a Hy
ing return trip, leaving Omaha at
7 o'clock and arriving in Murray
Morn To Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Harris, on July 18, a bouncing
baby boy. Credo is just about one
thousand limes happier than if
he had just closed Ihe deal for the
sale of several sect ions of Cass
county land. The mother and lit
tle one are doing nicely.
Mrs. K. H. Queen and Mrs. V. F.
Monro chaperoned a company of
young ladies to Lake Manawa Sat
urday. Those in I lie parly were:
Misses Pearl Dugay, Fsther Hay,
Klizabeth Campbell, Vera Moore,
Winnie llutcheson. Margaret
Moore, Mulah Sans and Francis
Charles Spangler will soon be
the owner of one of those excel
lent large Merg cars, the first one
of Ihe new 1911 model. II is of
the six-cylinder lype, and will
possess every feature of the high
grade Merg quality. The car was
bought through Ihe agency of J.
W. Holmes, and will be here in a
Lit lie Harold l'uls, who was so
seriously injured last week in the
pulleys of a hay fork, is getting
along as well as could be expect
ed. The injury was very severe
and the little fellow has been a
great sufferer. The physician
may be compelled to employ the
skin grafting process lo heal the
Mrs. K. S. Tutt, assisted by
Mesdames M. F. Mrendel. I). C.
Hholden, Frank Marler, William
Seybolt and Miss F.I I a Nickels, will
give a kcnsirnton Thursday after
noon, July 31, at Ihe home of Mrs.
Tutt. You are invited to come-
and bring your fancy work. 10
cents will be charged for refresh
ments, the proceeds lo go toward
buying Ihe new books for nexl
winter's reading at the library.
James Brown was quite
seriously injured this week when
he was thrown from his saddle
pony. lie was thrown against the
slecl horn on Ihe saddle, striking
his abdomen, cutting a very
serious and ugly wound several
inches in length, which required
several (ditches to close up. He
Is getting along nicely and will
soon bo restored lo Ins former
the Journal Readers
same to this office it will appear under
Grandma MidkilF is slowly im
pio iug in health.
J. I). Shrader was a I'lallsmoulh
Miss Heulali Sans was visiting
in l iiion Wednesday.
D. L. Amifk was a South Omaha
isilor Tue.-day of this week.
Charles Countryman shipped
cattle to South Omaha Tuesday
Frances Moure has been num
bered wilh Hie ick for the past
lew i tax s,
llenriella Creamer has been
numbered wilh Ihe sick for Ihe
past few days.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs.
Chris Murray has been sick for
Ihe past few days.
A new baby boy arrived al the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Doty
this week. All are doing nicely.
Mrs. L. D. llialt went, lo Plaits,
mouth Wednesday evening for a
few days' visit with her parents.
W. It. (food was looking after
some business matters- in the
county seat Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wiles are re
joicing this week over Ihe arrival
of a line new baby buy at I heir
Miss Fern Shrader and Mrs.
George Ford -ero visitiuR" this
week at the home nf Mr. and "Mrs.
J. D. Shrader.
Morn To Mr. and Mrs. John
llabel, on July 1(5, a bouncing
baby boy, Mol h mother and Utile
one are doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark While were
looking alfer some business mai
lers in Ihe county seal Wednesday
afternoon. I. T. Hoyer was a
county seat visitor la. I Sal unlaw
(loud healing slove, ft 1 0.00. and
Majestic Steel Mange a Sid. 00.
Moth almost ti"W. Can be seen al
Ihe telephone central olliee,
Mrs. Vina Dooley.
Big Wheat Crop.
The big vl'eat enp i'l and
around Murray is ra:u'i!l being
laken care of. and already the
Fanners' Elevator Co. hae con
tracted for nearly r.(),t)li(i bushels,
about 17,0011 of which has al
readv been delivered. Figuring
e oilier Murray elevator receiv
ing as much, I be crop here w ill
run considerably over 100,000
bushels that will be marketed
within the next few weeks.
II NEW INTERSTATE MACHINE
Krom Weunemlav's Dally.
A line new 40 horse power In
terstate automobile has just been
sold by Messrs. Warga & Cecil
and Major Hall to William Wet
enknmp, one of tho energetic
young farmers of Ihe county, and
the machine is one that Mr. W'et
onkamp may feel very proud of,
as it is one of the latest improved
"40" style turned out by tho In
terstate company, and is electric
lighted, making a great improve
ment over the old model ma
chines. The car was brought
down from Omaha Monday even
ing and tho trip was made in ex
cellent (ime, attesting the ability
of tho Interstate machine to keep
up its reputation as a traveler.
A Want Ad In the Journal will
bi-ir.g whai ou want.
Prepare for Your
Spring Work Now!
V0UR plows need
sharpening, and other
machinery may need re
pairing. Line them up
now and bring them in,
and let me put them in
goodcondition for you by
the time the Spring rush
arrives. You will be busy
then and so will I.
COME IN NOW!
Blacks mithing and Horseshoeing
Bert Kilzel has an auto to. -drive
Ed Parsell of Lincoln was in
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stone autoed
to Lincoln Monday.
A.' D. Dick of Lincoln visited
friends in town Sunday.
Mrs. F.li Coon was at Murdock
Saturday of last week.
Orion Baldwin returned
Lincoln Sunday on No. 1 i.
Fred Pcouty returned
University Place Tuesday.
Fav Parsell of Lincoln
friends in town Sunday.
Mrs. C. C. Hueknell visit.
Lincoln a few days lat week.
Mrs. SI l ung is visiliiii; her
mother at Crali Orchard, Neb.
Mrs. Orville Ouellliurst and son
were Lincoln visitor.' Tuesday.
Dr. Muir and F. II. Candy were
in Lincoln on business Tue.-day.
Miss Laura Jewell of Lincoln
visited Sunday wilh her friend,
Mrs. A. I. Bird and family.
Mrs. John Murly went o Clay
Center, Neb., to visit her folks this
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barrett at
tended a ball game at (ireenvvood
Itav Liuch of Omaha was in
town on business Wednesday
Mr. Clyde of Iowa City is in
town this week visiting Miss
Mr. and Mrs. (Ieorge Leibhart
returned from a visit in Lincoln
Sunday on No. 1 1.
George Curyea and brother,
Morgan Curyea, were in Lincoln
on business Tuesday.
L. IJ. Applemau and J. H. Fore,
man autoed to Lincoln in the for
mer's car Tuesday.
Mrs. Minnie (.raft returned lo
Lincoln Monday, after visiting her
sisters here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William Casey
went lo Lincoln Sunday lo visit
relatives until Monday evening.
William Uplorgrovo returned
Friday from a several days' busi
ness trip (n Ashland and Louis
ville. Hev. Alfred V. Hunlor and Miss
Flay Hiinson of Universily Place
were married al thai place July
Henry Towle got his limb hurt
with a pitchfork last week, and
being unable work, returned lo
his home al Wabash.
Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Manners and
children of llavelock visited Sun
day and Monday with Mrs. Man
ners' mother, Mrs. Nerva Knott.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cashner of
University Place spent Sunday
with Ihe former's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Cashner, of this place.
15,, m July 21, 11)13, to Mr. and
Mrs. Curlise llart.ell Ogle, of
Beaver Crossing, a daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. Ogle formerly resided!
Miss Orayce Foreman relumed
from Lincoln Tuesday, accom
panied by Miss Anna Thurason
and brother, Fuller, who will visit
a few days wilh I hem.
(1. P. Foreman, sr., shipped
three carloads of fat call lo lo tho
South Omaha market Tuesday.
This was the best hunch of cattle
out of this place in 1913.
William Sutton auloed to Lin
coln Wednesday evening, taking
wilh him Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Barrett and Mrs. F. M. drove to
attend Buffalo Bill's show.
Mrs. Mary Vickers had the mis
fortune to get her arm broken
above Ihe elbow Sunday evening.
Tho horse she was driving turned
too short, upsetting tho buggy.
Alvo Drug Co. has a complete
line of "Hess"1 and "Clark's"
Poultry Remedies. They also
handle Standard Slock Food and
Dips. These goods are all fresh.
Miss Violet Ough and cousin,
Miss Eu la Weaver, came up from
South Bend Wednesday evening to
spend a few days with Mrs. J. A.
Shaffer. They visited in Lincoln
a couple of days, returning to
South Bend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Caudy and
children returned Saturday from
Now Bedford. 111., where (hoy
have boon visiting Mrs. Caudy's
parents, Mr. and Mis. Hansen.
They will move from this place
the first of August to make their
homo in Minnesota.
H-H MHI H-IM W-M-I
Mrs. Albert Welenkanip visited
in Omaha for a few days last
Gillespie shipped a nice bunch
of fat hogs to Ihe South Omaha
C. L. Jean has charge of Gil
lespie's elevator while Gillespie
transacts business in Omaha.
Why is Teddy Hoosevelt like
Mynard? Because you have not
heard much about him lately.
Mynard is on the map, and since
threshing has been in season our
To admire, to Ioto, to regret, is to
lire, said great writer. Do not let the
regret be brought tu by a cough or cold,
which if treated when it first appeared
would havo easily been controlled. Aliea'l
Congh Balsam brings welcomed relief in inch
cased. Contains no harmful ingredienta.
85o., 50a and il.00 bottles at all dealers.
Keep it Handy
For n emerrmeT 1 i
hn act-Menu or mddra flekimt j
comas. noUuug It mora awful UiAa I
elevators are doing a lively busi
ness. The dry v eat her iias somew hat,
shortened I lie erop of blackber
ries. Hnvsever, plums are making
a guild showing.
Scarcity of cars are compelling
farmers u hold their corn, as all
elevator bins are full of wheat
no room for corn.
Win. Welenkanip has just pur
chased one of (hose high power
ed Inlerslale automobiles, and a
line-looking car ii is.
Mrs. Frank Iialman was ralhd
to Glenwood on account (tf the
sickness of Mrs. Batman's mo I her.
who is in very poor health.
The funeral of Mrs. Monger was
largely attended .from tho family
residence, southwest of town. Tho
condilion of the roads wore very
bad on account of so much dust.
Mrs. William Welenkanip has
gone to Idaho lo spend the sum
mer with her brother, Lewis Bark
er, a former resident of this place,
but for a number of years has
made his home in Idaho.
Charles I.ovell in some manner
had a fall from a hay rack, sus
taining injuries confining him to
his bed for a number of days. We
are pleased to note that ho is im
proving and hope he will bo his
former self in a few days.
Kd Slocum lost a valuable
horse from heat during the ex
tremely hot weather of last wook.
The second culling'of alfalfa is
being harvested, and weather con
ditions are favorable for curing,
so that No. 1 hay may be expected
The ladies of Mynard are plan
ning for a time Thursday after
noon al Ihe home of Mrs. Guy
Kiser, where a miscellaneous
shower will be given in honor of
the coining marriage of Miss Me
nola I'erry, sister of Mrs. Kiser.
Kdar Barker has sold. his in
terest in the farm and moved lo
Oklahoma. We are sorry to lose
Mr. Barker from among us. He
has always conducted himself in
a manner that has won tho esteem
and friendship of all wilh whom
be dealt, and we can recommend
him lo Ihe citizens of Oklahoma
as one that they may be pleased
lo meet. Our loss is their gain.
Farmers that are threshing this
week are: Win. Fight, with IUim
meH's Fight machine; Oscar Gap
en, company machine "16 to 1 ;'
Myron Wiles, Props), machine;
Earl Colo, Cole's machine; Luke
Wiles, Burby & Propst machine;
A. S. Wills, Snyder machine; Vor
ner Perry, Cottonwood Threshing
Co. machine; Philip Hertz, Hertz
machine. And all I ho farmers aro
anxious lo have Iheir threshing
JJ tv t!
Ella Sorick was homo over Sun
day. Ida Wieshiet was in Klmwood
Milt Moore was seen on our
Jessie Skilos is visiting her sis
ter, near Syracuse, this week.
Mable Rush was visiting her
sisler, Vorna, al Lincoln Thurs
day. Vera Eisenhul was visiting at
Ihe Wieshiet homo Salurday and
A number of men wont fishing
Saturday to their shack, Murry on
Mrs. Grayco Ryner of Lincoln
was visiting with friends Salur
day and Sunday.
Quite a number of young folks
wore entertained at tho Gust in
home Sunday for dinner.
The Basack sisters, Opal and
Wanda, wore visiting friends and
relatives Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Klic Slinson and
daughter, Ruth, of llavelock, were
visiting W. O. Gillespie and fam
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