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MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1313.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
OF MYNARD SELLS
rHB r ( VAN BRUNT
T .NeaOTmnm (OLD HICKORY
i wieoris iipf(oHnc)
i rams? era wfafcHKrais . numn
rfiWERS j EMERSON
MANURE SFSSIAOERS) SfiSig
mm toolsi DAM '
A 0!G SUCCESS,
1 i I 'i i.J.i v's i Mil .
-. .!!:.! niii.l , 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 i I'll I roii
i . i i v.. i- !iiMi by the iiiluii
!i.i!.. I l;:l e -mi hip- ;il oirlield
.. :. which v. as alleudt-.l by a
croud.' v.hirli 1 l mi inhers
y : i ('i;ip n: ,l larj-e iis I l;oe
prev i us- inn's, but I In.'
I-! i a!:i .uiven was from' all,
;:i'il(i.'iiil I !: bel llial S I . i mind
h::- i "i i n i : 1 1 was very pleasini:
! I! ii'!i' !!Ce. Till" eft til'.
"S:kh'i b ."' kiic nf llii' favorites
I x'Umim, was uiC!l. and i!s
-w.ci i!fa-iii strains h::d
1ii i - i any (' lln-ir heanly. as
v.i- f !.' -!-- 1 hv applause of
;!; a i i.i 1 1 1 rs. wl'o were ;i!k very
hn-i;r-l i-' '.! ! in' I'ni in I'ican
d.mei. "!'o-ila." ami I in wall.
"V. i !! ' J 1 1 ; . " b Strauss, ami
bi-aii! il'u! music was much
;ii'!; i I -ia! il bv ev vv nut .at I In
i-.til, Tin' i.); .'!. "Tlii' .Mill in. the
l i i-i'si ."' wa- on in a very
f !i-!u- manner by the IimiiiI ami
v. i- ir,i belter than in I In- p;i-l
wlnn I his classic U:is I 1 1 iv'n
the iti-m-lil ni' Ilit public. As
ill! oi'VerillU- Ik I lit' InM'I S. nf lilt'
:. qui !;: r music III'- number,
' ' ( ! i ; i ! ' !!' I .Need Vnii." was
:-if!i ami if was !ry pleasjnir to
a'liiKsl i rrj kiii'. Tlii' k;i' notice
; I r 1 . - .;;-' "life illiiiul I III concert
bil evening was lln lar;-e uiim
,'.! ' automobiles from t lie
iiab kiis a.nl roiml ry that
! ! i'i i's.'ni ;ii In i-Kiirirl . ami
; - li rami l vn tin- hill from
!!: Mil!, I'ki i'i-ral bbirlCs Hi"
-li.'l was iKnipb't fly liinl by
lh" ;;:;,i !lil!"s. ' .
Good Rca:icn for Enthusiasm.
Winn a man has .-.ulTi'it'"! for
.-. .t;iI .la;.- with roji. iliairhora
or oin-!' l'of.'ii r bowM complaint
;i:n! i-- Hs mi cnii-il smnnl ami well
by M!n' ir two li'isi's of 'Am inlnr-!an;"-
:..i. Cliolna ami I'iai?'-i!.'"-
,i Kt ini ily, ;js is oflcii I he
i .i r. it is not m ill I iial In-
liiuil l l cnl !ini;isl ic in his
pHn-i- of ho ri'ijM'iiy, ami
t-pit i;il! i- Ibis lh case of a
S'ir,' alia.il. v!iii lifcjs l!irc;il-
iii il. I'ry it. wb'ii in nccil of .sik.1i
;i ii-mriy. II n'vr fails. Sold by
Thomson, Dentist. Gund Sldg.
$ HEBMSICiTS FINISHED PRODUCTS.
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9 im?11 61
-fir RhwiM v.fswnri inijprjf ff.fi
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hy PAT KR30HS SHOY5.VAUBVILl,E.
MiSS CLAIRE BOOtOTER
IS GETTING ALONG NICELY
Frmii KriUay's L)a!ly.
.Miss Clara Hookmcycr. who
was operated on al lln; Immajinel
hosjiilnl in Omaha Tuesday
nioi iiiii-, is reiiorled as j.: 1 1 i 1 1 ji'
alonn; as welKas could be e.iect
i'd'umbr the cii'cunilances. as
her case was a very serious one
ami she is in it very serious con
dition. The p;il ienl. was Iroubled
wilh appendicitis, as well as a
number of complications, wliicli
made tin case a severe one. and
ail ell'orls possible are beiiifr
made- to aid her in recoverinpr.
Thai .Miss Mookmeyer may be
able lo recover from the effects
of her illness is the sincere wish
of her lios of, friends.
MRS. T. P. LfVINGSTQM
From Friday's I'ally.
Ye.-lerday afternoon .Mrs. T. I.
Liriisou enlerlaim d in a. most
dial-mill's" manner at her beautiful
lioiiH' on North Sixth street tiie
"Voiihl-be-;oo-s" at a 1 o'clock
liirrrheon ill honor of one of the
former members of he club, Mrs.
Susaii I'ickei't, of E ans ille, In
diiina.'The ilininr room was most
hea lit iful w it h its hiimlsKinely aj
poinled l;ible ami the occasion
will be one bmir remembered by
the 'ladies for its pleasant feat
ures. The luncheon was served
in foiii courses and was most
thoroughly enjoyed by ail present.
The quests present were the
members of (he club," as follows:
.Mesdames C C. I'armcle, A. K.
(iass, V. .1. s(rei-h, Henry Her
old. ieoi'fre K. Iovcy, Susan
I'ickell. Miss Mia (ierin and
Mrs. Charles Vallery of SI. Jos
Beautiful Shetland Ponies 1
for sale at all limes, fox tho next
ItiO years, unless I die in the
meantime.. I have now an extra
tine stallion, the best in tho state,
for sale.- Well broke- for both
harness and saddle.
1 "ym. Gilmour,
II. F. P. No. 1.
XL IV U U LJ. t . iJL MftUTlM tJi, SW
TO HAVE PLENTY
OF GOOD LIGHT
That our neitililiorin city 'of
Louisville is about to be well pro
vided wit h an opportunity to v-
cuie plenty, of li'rhl, as the city
vrrauted two franchises for light
companies to operate in that
place, including the Nebraska
I.iphtinpr eomiany, which owns
the lighting plant in I his city. II
has been rumored in this city sev
eral limes Ihat an extension of
the serice'was planned to Louis
ville from this city on tho com
pletion of the new plant here.
ThcAYorhl-IIerahl has the follow
ing lo say in regard to the mai
ler: ' i
Louisville is to have plenty of
light in I he near; future. The
council has just granted a til'ty
vear franchise to two liphl com
panies. One is t li Lincoln-Omaha
Inlerurban Street -Railway
company and I he oilier is the
Continental (!as and Electric
company of Cleveland. YV. II. Ab
bott of Cleveland representing his
company before I he council.
The promoters of the two com
panies slate that work of .installing-
plants will begin very soon.
Tin drawing card for the ligh'ling
companies are the many big stone
fpiarries and sand .pits that are
located adjoining Louisville.
Willi the advent of the lighting
facilities the ipiarries and saiul
pits will be enabled to run night
forces, which has been impossible
except to a limited degree in the
past. II is said that theer are
more sand pits and quarries al
Louisville (ban al any other point
in the 1'nited Stales, thousands or
cars of slone and sand being
shipped each year. Wilh the help
of electricity, that being I lie light
to be installed, the output will lie
materially increased, it is claim
ed. The granting of two separate
franchises is pleasing lo the
quarry operators" as well as the
citizens of Louisville, nJ there
will be competition.
The obtaining of a franchise by
the LiucoliilOinaha Isileriirban
Sire"! Railway conipaily gives rise
to the report that this company is
to run its line through Louisville
t i. - r f I.. '..
on lis iiireci nm irom i.ihcoiii i
MR. AND IS. WEYBRIGHT
CELEBRATE THEIR 47TH
Siiturdiiy. August 10, marked
the fori y-.-e cut h anniversary o
the marriage of Mr. and Mrs
.tiorgan vaiirigiu. m j.os
- ii f
Angles, California, parents o
Mrs. Judge A. J. Meeson. Mr. ami
Mrs. Waybright have just return
ed from an extended visit al
various points in Virginia and arc
now visiting- at the home of Iheii
daughter in this city, Jieiore re
turning lo their home in Caii
rnia. In honor of this happy.
event a number of friends were
informally entertained al the
pleasant home of Hie Heesons mi
North rillh street Sal unlay -even
ing, and this occasion provei
most delightful. T!ie parlors of
I he Ueeson home -had been ery
prellilv decora) ed with asters and
ferns and during I he evening de
licious nunc i was serveil in lite
dining room by the little Mis
ses Elizabeth, Orace and Virginia
lieesou. Forty guests were re
ceived and a' most enjoable even
ing was had in music, inter
spersed wilh other diversions,
which made Die affair nm which
would not be soon . forgoll en by
(lie guests of honor ami invited
guests. Tin pleasure of the
evening were further augmented
when a delectable luncheon, eon
sisling .of cake and ice cream,
was served. The invited guests
wish Mr. and Mrs. Waybrighl
many more such happy wedding
Minister Praises This Laxative.
Rev. II. Stubenvoll of Allison, la.,
in praising Dr. King's New, Life
Pills for constipation, writes:
"Dr. King's New Life I'ills arc
such perfect pills no home should
be without them." No bet lei; reg
ulator for the liver and bowels.
Every pill guaranteed. Try them.
Price 25c, at F .G. Frickc & Co. .
Good Surrey for Sale Cheap.
A light two-sealed surrey,
nearly new, will sell. Call on me
at Mynard. W. li. Porter."
Distinguished Visitors in Town.
Quite a number of the promin
ent, residents of Nebraska City
motored lo (his city Ibis morning
over the. Kansas .Cily-Ouiaha
Scenic route and look the lime to
slop here for a' few minutes to
visit wilh t heir 'friends. ' One
parly was under the charge of
our friends, John Malles, jr., and
(Jus Young, and made the stop in
this city. for breakfast before con
tinuing on to the metropolis. The
second delegation from our
neighboring city were Senator
Henry Uarlling and his brother-in-law,
W. A. Khrler and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eluding ami
wife, of St. Louis, ami Mr. and
Mrs. (ieorge Oetgeu of Nebraska
City. While here the senator was
a-pleasant raller at the Journal
ollice for a visit with the force,
and his visit 'was much apprecial
ed, as I bo senator is" one of Hi
nmst genial men in this part u
Oil THEIR SIDE
f I a. . i. It
l lie lioosiers vesieruav anoei
another to lln-ir lisl of victories
for the season by annexing a
game from the All-Slars of Oma
ha 17y the overwhelming score of
11 lo and I he visitors, from I In
game I bey ld.ived. were far from
wbal their name implied. Tin
contc.d in the opening inning
was ijecidi'dlv a . pilcliers' baltb
belvveeii William Mason ami
Lei v Car er. wno inr the loss-
ing" for the visitors, but in Ih
six4l inning the All-Stars' iniicl
were verv much rattled and went
up in the air in Hie most horribb
manner, allowing eight runs li
be made oil" of them and cinching
the giinie for Hie loeiils, vvho al
played gilt-edge ball, only nm
error lieing credited lo I Hem,
while nine were registered against
I he largest laelor thai cou-
Iribulid to Hie downfi'.il of Hi
All-Slars vvas Will Mason, wh
was in good fi'inr iiiid pitched
nine innings of gill-edged hall
and twelve .of the visitors win
struck on! n urn. I in. re were
oulv three hits made oil his de
livery during the course of lln
whole game. The boys were al
out with lln-ir baiting eye and tin
punishment given Mr. Carter vva
The viclorv of the Iooslers
veslerday certainly pleased Hi
fans who had gathered at-1 he hall
park lo witness the game, am
dejiionsl rated what the team can
do when I !icv play the class of
base ball they are capable of.
. AND MRS. J. C.
PETERSON RETURN FROfi
THEIR WESTERN TRIP
Mr. afid Mrs. J. C. Peterson,
who haVe. been vi.-dling for a few
weeks at Sterling-, Colorado, with
their daughter. .Mrs. Edmund
Spies, as well as allcudiug the
Knights Tenrplar conclave at
Denver, returned last evening on
No. feeling lliiil lliev had had
a jnost delightful lime on their
nil ing. .Mr. Peterson brought
back with him some specimens of
the crops grown in the vicinity, of
Sterling Ihat cei lainly speaks well
for that country. The oats thai
he brought back have large heads
and are of exceptionally good
quality, as is also the wheal; the
pcimens of -alfalfa are remark
ably line and tin farmers in thai
couniry have had several cut I wgs
of this crop, which insures them
plenty of hay and feed for their
slock during the coming season.
Suffered - Eczema Fifty Years
Seems a long lim lo en tin re
the awful burning.Stcliiiig, smart
ing, skin-disease known as "tel
ler"- another name for Eczema.
Seems good to realize, atJro, that
DR. HOESOPJ.S ECZEMA CINT-
ffiENT has proven a perfect cure.
Mrs. 1). L. Kennedy writes; "I
cannot sullicicntly express my
thanks lo 'you for your Di llob
son's Eczema Ointment. ..It has
cured my letter, which lias Iroubl
ed mc for over fifty years." All
druggists, or by mail. nOc.
PFEIFFER CHEMICAL CO.
St. Louis, Mo. Philadelphia. Pa.
If you need anything for har
vest call on Edj Donat. He will
treat you right.
I Miss finder, last week.
' I yir
JOHN CLARENCE DIS
CHARGED FROM THE
from Xi'i-jilay'ts luilly.
John C. Clarence has pa-id the
penally prescribed by (he court
of the state of Nebraska, and was
released from ! lit prison yeslci
day, ins "good time" allowance
bringing his term In an end. John
has planned lo attend the re
union today ami tomorrow, and
after visiting here for awhile with
parents ami oilier relatives he
will liml :i suitable location and
endeavor' lo forget Hie pasl
troubles. 'Our readers remember
thai in January, HmD, John C.
Clarence ami John P. Thacker,
both then living near here, en
gaged in a light in which Clar
ence tired the shots llial resulted
in Th;ickers dealh a levy davs
later. For Ibis tin law demand
ei.' llial Clarence forfeit his lib
el iy, ami be has paid the debt . I In
state siiid he owed. Union
condition of judge
b'nu'i l'Yj 'lay's ImIIv.
The repoiis from 'Judge Trav is
;il the hospital in Omaha continue
niusl favorable ami tin attending
physicians .ire mosl hopeful for
his recovery and-believ e Ihat 'in
il few weeks be will be able to
be around in a much improved
ml i I ii ni, although it w ill be
some lime before lie is c ;!l i!
recovered from his illness. This
is most cheering new s to I ho
many friends of the judge ami
leads, i he'ii i to hope that in a few
weeks he will be with us again.
HAVE NARROW ESCAPE
A very narrow eeape from
what mihi have resulted in a
fatal niKtoiccle accident occur
red Saturday evening about a mile
and ii half this '.-n!e of Union,
when the molnrcvclc ridden by
Ernest and Leon Stenuer ran in
to it ditch ami tin rulers were
thrown from their machines. It
was dark when the boys left this
city to make the run lo i nion, and
as thev were passing along I he
road (he automobile of Joe W iles
was returning to this city Irom
the picnic al Union, and the
bright Ifghl from t he auto dazzled
the. eves oj lie hoys, and as the
jimchiues turned out to pass each
other . Hie motorcycle ran off Hi
euge ni ;i cuiveri in ine roan ami
i . I. .. .I. i .... i
fell into the dilch, throwing both
if the boys off. Earnest vvas
knocked unconscious and was se
verely nruised around ine siiouiu-
rs, while Leon received several
:;shes and (ruts around the body.
The boys were taken to Union by
Mr. Wiles, iiihI Earnest brought
Kick to consciousness, and their
wounds patched up and they and
I he disabled machine brought on
o Ibis city to their home JrV Mr.
Wiles. Tin boy are getting along
nicely, and Earnest was around on
the street Ibis morning, hut still
eels very sore from his ex
perience, it is very mnunaie mat
he accident did not result in one
if flieni being killed in the fall.
Tlje Journal's New Press.
.Tin Platlstnoulh Journal has
installed si new i.oss perieciiug
press, in iinesi and most ex
pensive press-ju any country print
shop in the .west. Mob Males,
ivvner and publisher of the Jour
nal, .is a liiuii dinger when il
comes lo inisiiiess. ne nas me
m I v miner and print shop-in
Plaits, a cily oT i,5(H and he
does not skin the dear people be
cause be has a monopoly oT the
business. That's what I call a
stpja'ro (b-al from hell to Maw
river.-' Lincoln- Herald.
Thore U nor Cal.iirli l:i t'oU fct; n of tlx
country tlittn nil oILlt Uiaiuw put ti'Wllifr. uutl
tiiitlt tlie Innt fi.w yenrn nippiL-il t' b
lm lil uM... .. I-or fc':i:..t uial.y ieiirs doctor
jiroiiounn-ij It u local dii::e unit pff Jiurllk-d local
leuit'jics, liiiil by cuiituutly tjjlin t' curi 'villi
Uk:1 IVualuii'iit, rruiioiinc-cU it l..eiirul.lr. Science
li.'v 1.1'uvcn Culurrii lo be i co:istituliuiiul ilis.'as'1,
I. i.i! Ilicivfuru rifiiilrcs co;:stitiitioi(l tri-atmi'iit.
U.ill's (.'.ti.rrh Citro, ctKuufcclureil by F. J.
1'iu'iicy it Co., Tolfdii. Ohln, Is tin only CoiiHlilu
tioniit cure on I'io :oarI:rt. It U tuUi-n Internally
In Jofcs fifiin 1') fl:'n(!s lo n tiiGoiiifal. It act
liroct:y m (! Iiloffcl ad nincf.ua Fiirfnpcs of
t Lie; ayatvui. They vttrr on himilrcd ilollar for
imy chsp It fuijj to- cut a. tciiii tor circulars and
Adil.-esa i F. J. CIIO'KV & CO., Toledo. Olxlo.
KoM by Crasihtc. 7Zc. . ' ' -
?&!io U-a's I'aailly I'llU for const ipaiioa.
a n it ' Rome s itn -l""'
Ten Special Points of Excellence
Found Upon Racine Sattley's
New Stawana Gang Plow
The Plow wilh the "AUTOMOBILE STEERING GEAR
Please Note All Aro Exclusive
Features Not Found on Any
Other Plow Made.
First Steering Gear.
Automatic style direct and
position, no springs allows the
plow to turn at right angles,
either lo the right, or left, pre
vents sliding of the front land
wheel and lakes all strain from
same when turning. Every time
the front furrow wheel turns
either way the front laud Wheel
is forced lo turn in exact unison.
Two horses on EACH SIDE of
tin pole, regular farniswagmi
eveners, no patent equalizers
needed. Center of draft lies ex
actly between the two teams, per
mitting llieni to vviilk iis straight
and, naturally as though they
were hitched lo vour old farm
Third Land Wheel.
Front bind wheel is set direct
ly opposite the front, furrow
wheel, the arm holding same be
ing at the extreme front corner
of the fram. The hind wheel is
set al an angle or inclined in al
the bottom, same as the furrow
Fourth Sie Draft
This cons! rucl'iou "Milch and
Land Wheel" secures greater
leverage in controlling the course
of the plow and does awaywilh
ALL s:de DRAFT.
Tile loiigue controls all Ihree
wheels by pi. icing I he laud w heel
al the extreme front of the frame,
enabJes us to connect it direct lo
the tongue post.
Sixth Single Bail.
Meatus and hot loins beiii'
in frame on one bail give
plow a llexible Moating bottom
. P. EASTWOOD
Earl Trav is relumed I his aft
ernoon on No. I from Omaha
where he was visiting with Ins
father. Judge 11. D. Travis, at-the
Mrs. C. 11. Maun ami daughter.
Miss'Rulh. of Lincoln, spent'Sjjn
day in litis city, being guests stl
the home of .Air. and Mrs. . IL
Mann sind other relalives.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Foslei
little daughters, who haAe been
visiting sit the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. (!. Lsirson, returned lo
their home, near Union, yesterday
al noon. -
. Mrs. Kay Avlams of Kearney ar
rived'lhis afternoon to make it
short visit with her sister, Mrs.
Ira Mates and family, at their
farm, si few miles south of" this
(daylight,) PrinFramcs, Trays etc.
Use Velox Paper and Postals, Made for the Amateur
WE YRICH & H ADR ABA
KODAKISTS aDd DRUGGISTS -
and insures at all limes' every
pound of weight, including the
drivers, being carried (in (he
wheels. This gives us our light
draft and allows the wheels lo
pass over rough ground without
in the least alfecting (he depth of
Seventh Furrow Wheel Control.
Automatic steering rod no
side thrust on tongue; adjustable
rear furrow wheel not atl'eefed by
Eighth Foot Lift. 0
Extremely hih double bear
ing adjustable to small boy or
large man conveniently located
and when bottoms are raised no
levels are in the way and it
comes just, right to be used as a
slep for the operator lo reach Hie
Ninth Main Frame.
One piece" no joints extra
heavy stock will im spring-.
Made of "Sal I ley Special" sole
center steel, absolutely guaran
teed against breakage ami war-,
ranted. to scour in any soil.
The New Sailley Stawana (Jang
Plow is no experiment. We hav
ing built il for three years willi
this plow as now perfected. The
Racine Sailley company this year
made ;i killing and wilh il clean
ed up the plow trade of Kansas,
Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Ohio and Indiana, ami intern! lo
do (he same in Iowa ami Nebraska
litis fall ami Hie spring or I'.'l ',.
The plow speal.s for itself.
Every live dealer and farmer, af
ter going over its many excellent
points not found on any other
plow inside, must admit its
gang plow in every wsty.
Misses Marie Spies. Oladys Mc
Maken Mini Edith Ramge wen
visitors veslerday at Murray,
where they were entertained ill
the home of Mi-s Rose Mac
- TWO REASONS
Why the Platte Mutual 'Insurance
Company solicits your business:
First. Because they have
saved the policyholders one-half
the cost of their insurance.
Second. 13ecal.se they . have
never had an assessment foi
J. C. Petersen, Stcrctary.
Ollice in Dwyer Ulk.
You will Mnd the most complete
line of stationery in the city of
Plattsmouth at the Journal ollice.
The linest line of box paper,
visiting and calling cards.
Tiie Film that
Wc carry a lresh
stock at all times in
both Pack and Roll
film. We also carry
all the popular models
of Kodaks, Premos
and Brownie Cam
eras and accessor
ies such as Tripods
and carrying cases
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