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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1913.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY- JOURNAL.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
. I I .
IB V-J ft'
Tlie Kind You Have Always Uonght, and -which has heen
in use lor over JiO yours", lias bornotho signature of
Ifc . J? sonal suiorvi.sion since it infancy.
7&tZuA Allow no out to deceive) von in this.
All Counterfeits. Imitations and .Tnst-as-sfMnl ' are lmt
' Experiments that trifle Avith and endanger the health of
infants and Children i:.icricm e against LLxncriiucuL
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless snh.stitufo for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, lrops and Soothing Nvrnps. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, IWorphiim nor other .Narcotic
fiahstaiico. Its age is its jjimrantce. It destroys Vi'onn.4
find allays IVvciishness. For is; or-? than thirty years it
lias been in constant use for the n lief of Constipation,
Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and.
Diarrlnea. H regulates the Momasli and IJowels,
assimilates the Food, diviner healthy and natural fcleep.
The Children's lanacea The mother's I'rieud.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
? Bears the Signature of
Tin course will ho around several lean do is to wish them success in I 4MM-MM"M-K-M-H-!
. . ... .... t ' ! -t- t,
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use Fcr Over ou Years
L. F N T A U 4 COMA.V
J F W V O . K CITY.
The safe arrival of a hahy boy
.Mr. and ."Mrs. W.df at the
nine if Mrs. r.hri-l ian Sclnnnak-
i s I M ''l i t'd.
Mrs. Frank Slmpp and lw
children returned t their home
in Plat t nxut h Friday, after a
f"v day i-it with relatives here.
The rultmi hlark-mit h shop i
hiisie-t i.lac in t.vn H;e-e
l.ivs Mth vacrm and irk
ed un tiifiti iiiil'l tl'.'-v an
Up nil tilfll) Uill'l
Oren and Howena
dmve to Murray Monday,
derstand der.-land Mi-s
has heen enai'ij a r i i n -1 1 : 1 1 of
the schools tin-re fi.r the cornin-r
Mr. and Mr-. Frank Masie and
dauiilitt-r i-et urrieil Sunday from
their trip to C.u-ler county. Mr.
Mas-ie ays he noticed the coin
crno up that way had deteriorated
woefully since his trip up there
about three Weeks hefore.
Mr-. V. T. Joiin-on. daughter
of Mis. I.. !. Pollard, returned
la-l Sunday alter a four week"
r-lay in Minnesota. She reports
I. comfortahle weather and
plenty of rain there. After -pen-din'-:
a few day- with the home
folks will return to Pawnee F.ily.
oiie Miller came in yesterday
from his trip Ihrouuh the west.
There is no truth whatever in
ih." repoi-! that he t leraphod
for sotiie-'iie to meet him at Fniun
i w it li a hor-e Jilnuket
il!'r t lie
I ii s-
Po11:il-il I of i uld'er hoot
We un- j -ession d' a hal.
P.owena i One of the stunts to he pulled
oJV at the picnic Se emher . 1 Id h.
that i- crealimr iiile a talk, is
the iroiio-e. autoiiiohile race.
Idotdis in town, and the commit
tee has hedged the affair with
regulations until ihere will he" no
danfrer of killinp: anyone.
Victor Sturm returned Friday
from a summer spent, amonpr the
mountains of Montana and Wyo
ming. He returned to the primi
tive life during his outing, and
walked over three hundred miles,
lie .-pent several weeks in Yellow
stone park, and also spent con
siderahle time in (ilacier park,
lie was in two snow storms on
his tramps, one on July Otlfand
lh. other the :Udh of duly. He
comes hack looking hearty and
sjroiipr and says he spent the
most en.joyahle summer of his
X WEEPING WATER. 4
Harold Dunn left Tuesday af
ternoon for Minneapolis Minn, to
.Jasper Timhlin commenced
his school work Monday in the
F.hilsoii school house, northeast
Miss F.dith Amick left Thurs
day for Jirislow, F.oyd county,
where she will teach scTiooi the
John Wart of Michigan came
in Saturday for a visit with his
sister, Mrs. Frank Cappen and
other relatives, lie had not heen
here for twenty years.
Mrs. Thomas jJourke of Man
ley and son, Tom, accompanied
her daughter. Miss Mary, as far
as Lincoln Monday morning' on
her way to York to attend the I'v
Mr. and Mrs. James fiorthy and
daughter of I'.enkehnan. came in
Wednesday for a short visit with
their old friend, S. W. Orion.
They were peighhors in New York
The children of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Meyers, northeast of town,
who have heen very sick with
stomach trouble for some time
are reported very much hotter
and the nurse has been discharg
ed. Charley Carlston and wife, of
near Avoca, returned Wednesday
from their trip to Sweden, their
native home. A brother and sis
ter of Mrs. Carlston returned with
I hem. They report having had a
fine I rip. 1
O. M. Card is packing his goods
this week and the family will re
move to Stanton, where Mr. Card
is located in the druir business.
We regret to see this estimable
family leave our city and all we
and it is only the busy mother that knows
how many dresses, waists, stockings it
takes for the children. We have a nice
line of Ginghams, Percales, Calicos,
and are confident that you will find
THE RIGHT KIND HERE.
DOWT FHET WE CARRY
..."AMERICAN LADY CORSETS
They are made in many styles, and we
believe if you try one you will wear no
other. LET US SHOW YOU THE STYLES.
CALL 54 or 322
their new home.
Mrs. John Iluhga received
message Sunday slating that her
lillle four-year-old granddaugh
ter at York was not expected to
live. Henry Ruhga took his moth
er in his auto Sunday evening to
Lincoln where she pot. a train to
York. Later the' little one died
and Mr. Ruhga and sbji John
went out to attend the funeral.
j Courier. 4
Mrs. Thomas lladdon returned
home from her visit with her
daughter at Elgin.
Mrs. Lawrence Chamberlain of
Mil ford, is here visiting her moth
er, Mrs. inompson.
Born, a ten pound hahy hoy, to
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mayfield,
August 30, 1913.
Mrs. 1L TL Stevenson and little
daughter, Lcola, left Saturday for
their new home in .ehawka,
where they joined Mr. Stevenson,
who preceded them a week ago.
Misses Mary and Eva Spence
and Myrtle Clifford of the class
of 1013 of the Louisville High
school, will enter the Wesleyan
university this fall for a four
Mrs. A. C Wright and children
leave this week for their new-
home at Salem. Oregon. Mr.
Wright will remain here until
work closes down late this fall
and then will follow them.
Andy Schoeman and Henry
Sahs left Tuesday for Montana,
Henry to look after his farm and
Andy with th object of buying a
farm if he finds what he is look
ing for and at a price to suit.
T. Woods, formerly of Weep
ing Water, andiwho at one time
taught the College II ill school, in
which vicinity he is well known.
has received an appointment as
teacher in the government college
at. Constantinople, Turkey, and.
accompanied by his wife, he will
leave for his new position in me
near future. Mr. Woods is a
brother of Mrs. Taylor Wilson of
John Farrell, known among
the rounders as "Big Mike, King
of the Jungles,", passed in his
checks at the city jail Sunday
night, where he was booked as a
sleeper. Coroner Clements was
notified and came over and view
ed the remains and instructed
Slander & Slander, undertakers,
to take charge of the body and
bury it in the potters' field which
was done at five o clock .Monaay
4 Beacon. 4
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lllm lmlmit I I i i i i
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Al. Pur-
baugh, Monday, August 18th, a
Viss Pearl Young, of fiothen-
burg. Nebr., is visiting at the Ow
en Wall home.
L. M. Mielenz of Lincoln, was
in town neiween iraius .uunua
norn To Mr. and Mrs. Claude
ho reside southeast of
i:agle, Monday, September 1st, a
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Althouse. sr.,
returned home Friday from a vis
it with relatives and friends at
Clarence Lenhart of Coshocton,
Ohio visited the latter part of last
week at the home or nis cousin,
Mrs. W. Cm. Jack.
Misses Mary and Elizabeth ueit
Miss Rosa Clinn departed Sat
urday morning' for Louisville,
where she is one of the teachers
again -this year.
.Tosenh Lidgett. ir.. who made
his home here the past two years,
departed last week for Canada to
seek a permanent location.
Mrs. Clvde Stewart.- who visited
a few weeks here with her parents
and other relatives, departed Sat
urday for her home at Walthill.
W. N Cheney, of Minneapolis,
Kansas, who was here visiting his
son (I. Ward Cheney and family.
departed for home Monday.
Will II. Rainey of Plaltsmouth,
was here Monday visiting with
his brother James, going to Lin
coln Tuesday to attend the slate
Miss Freda Mueller left Sunday
evening for Omaha, where she
has entered upon a course or
studv in one of the principal' bus
iness colleges of that cil
Mrs. E. A. Fletcher of Johns
town, Nebr., spent a few weeks
here with 'her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Klaurens, and other
relatives, and departed for borne
Mrs. Emrna Barnum of Pueblo,
Colorado, arrived Monday and has
been the guest of CI. Ward Cheney
and wife this week. Mrs. Barnum
has been visiting in Pennsylvania
and is now on the homeward jour
Prof. B. II. Bracken, of Hast
ings, 'who had contracted as prin
cipal of the Union schools for the
coming year, was here last Friday
to look over the situation, and
after some investigation he learn
ed of the importance and high
standard of the work here, and
candidly admitted tTiat he did not
feci equal to the task. He there
fore resigned and the board re
L. J. Hall and family, who have
been enjoying an auto trip out in
Boone county and other parts of
the state, arrived home Wednes
day night, "whistling in" at this
office at 9:20. They assert that
thev had a most delightful visit.
saw a great deal of line Nebraska
land and made a drive of more
than six hundred miles without
punctured tire or any other
auto . troubles.
Thursday afternoon, Septem
ber 11, from 1 to 5 o clock. Miss
Nickels will be at Miss Myers' in
the interest of the Spirella corset.
"VOU men and
young men who
think of the future;
who like to look at
fall clothes early will find us
prepared with the most beau
tiful array of fall garments
in our history. No end of
new patterns, made up
in the season's best models.
Remarkable values at from
$12 50 to $30.
John B. Stetson Hats
for fall are ready for
you to see. Ivy Green, Sad
dle Brown, Tobacco Brown,
Chinchilla Gray, and Black
nwr. V nvmtinnl ehorloc A
&0mtlj wranfl (Llntqrja Feat number of the new
Cawrtebt 1013- Alfred Decker ii Cohn shapes have the bow in the
back or quarter back. A new stiff hat has a wide band
with the bow in the back.
Chamois quality (made by S'etson) $3.00.
John B. Stetson's 83.50 to $5.00.
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Cleaning Up Day.
All parties interested in the
nock Bluffs cemetery are re
quested, or rather invited to meet
at the cemetery on Tuesday, Sep
tember 1C, for the purpose of
cleaning up the premises. All
patrons and friends are earnestly
requested to turn out in lending
a helping hand.
riattsmouth. Nob.. Pept. 2. 1913.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present. C. It. Jordan, C. K.
Heebner and Julius A. Pltz. County
Commissioners; t. C. Morjtan. county
Clerk. Minutes of previous session
read and approved, when the following
business was transacted in regular
In the matter of a road petition of
B. V. Livingston and 17 others carried
over from meeting of August 7, 1913.
Commencing .at the NR corner of lot
2 section l'u-li-14. running thence
sourl river as near as practicable.
. on ou fitui town
ter returned home Saturday mgni i . to th; heVd of c.ocheiours
r n t-Tr.n wnaVd VIClf. V1 1 h I I ul- nrl Ihenoe orOSSlnS
11(1111 .-' . .
relatives and friends at Merna,
Born To Dr. and Mrs. Long-
acre, Friday, August viu, a
Later Died, Sunday morning and
the little body interred in the
Oscar Kiel is limping around
with the aid of a cane as the re
sult of a friendly wrestling match
in which he and A. G. Adams of
Lincoln engaged in one day last
If business continues to pick
... . Ik. r-
up as it nas during me raai
month, we are thinking real ser
iously of changing the Beacon to
a six-column folio, all home print
in the very near future.
Several hundred autos have
passed through town during the
past week enroute to the State
Fair at Lincoln. ia. ueus nas
hoon kont. busv dishing out gas
oline, from morning till night, as
m.in nwners find it a very con
venient place to take on a supply
no to Montana with Romy
tulnnd: thence crossing the 6lougli.
thence south along the east wnlt oi
the sloueh through section ..3-1-14
and through section 4-11-11 and ter
minating on tlie soutn line ui ii
County commissioners reported they
had viewed the proposed road and ief ';
ing inai xne euum.- - -----
a road be established as Prayed for
. . MHrl Hln Vnl I
ana proceeaea io vuie mi ,, -.
that the proposed road be established
iorty kv ieei in
known as Road No. 373.
Plans and specifications for an eight
foot and twelve-foot concrete arch
were this day adopted by he emintj
board and clerk instructed to call foi
KM. fnr nn elfht-fOOt and tWClVe-fOOt
concrete arch to be built as 'oljows:
One eight-foot concreie area
street between blocks 14 and 17 loung
& Hayes addition Plattsmoutli City.
One twelve-foot concrete arch on Lo
cust street between blocks 110 and 111.
Plattsmouth City. '
County treasurer this day Instructed
to transrer me sui i t iiii(f
i v,, tn the Soldiei-s . Kenei
FUThe following claims were allowed
. 1- - i r..r..l
Julius A. Pitz, salary and mile-
Nebraska Lighting 'c'oV gas to
court house. Jail and street
Theniver.s'iVy Pub! Co.. real
ing circle, note books
Earl ft. Travis, reporting State
C. It- Jordan, salary and mile-
Netaon jean" it Co.. 'coal to Mrs.
S. II. Shoemaker,. ..hydrant- at.
poor farm '
H H. Averback, Treas. Martin
Chemical Co.. disinfectant. . .
Marv E. Foster, salary, clerk
. hire an4 expense ......-
n. A. echnelder, postal eup-
Fred Wagner, bread to poor
X. I). Talcott. M. D.. physi
cian's salary 1st and nl
quarter district No. f
C. A. Welch, carpenter work at
John Hartman. brick work at
Aug. Bach, md.se to Monroe...
1 1. C MrMakeii r Son, ice hook
to court house
Ouy Patterson, iielping survey
or on river road
Chas. Harvey, same
Huns Sievers. janitor's salary
r:. Manspeak-r, deputy sheriff
D. C. Morgan, salary and ex
pense C. W. Baylor &. Co., coal to
C. H. Tavlor, salary and ex
pense for July and August..
Claus IJoetel, hauling rubbish
from court house
Dr. 10. !. Cummins, inebriate
J. M. Leyda same
James Bobertson. same
C. I. Qulnton, same
J. P. Sattler. same
Mrs. B. S. Ramsey, same
W '. Ramsey, same
. Brooks, same
J. H. Tarns, salary for August
Guy I). McMaken, labor at
countv rami as per contract
Fred Patterson, work on rlv-
M. Archer, State vs. Chns.
C. I. Quinton, same
K. A. Sch walb, same
J. W. Berger. same
A. ;iese. same
f. C. Rhoden, same
W. Green, same
C. I. Quinton, same
M. Archer, State vs. Bert Stew
& i nA..s;M s-.ime
C. 1. Quinton, same
jofin iiec-Ker. same
Allen Perban. same
Wni i ii tn !:i ii. same ........
Joseph Allen, same
r red IJrum, same
Ben Muenchait. same
Kilwin . Drum, same
Fred Schwegman. same
F11 luum, same
Sherman Henderson, same
Marvin Carr. same
John Bauer, auto livery to
John Bauer, mdse. and labor to
J. II. Donnelly, work in coun
ty treasurers omce
M. L. Johnson, meats to couii-
L. J. "Mayfieid." legal blanks to
Plattsmoutli Water Co., water
to court house
C. K. Heebner. salary .........
Fred Paterson, office work for
July an. I August
The following claims were
on the road funds:
Nebraska & Iowa Steel Tank
Co.. culvert on road district
Nebraska' Iowa Steel Tank
Co.. culvert on road district
Nebraska' & Iowa "steel" "Tank
Co.. culvert on road district
Nebr'aska '&' "iowa "tee'l" Jank
Co., culvert on road district
NeorasVa ' & ' iowa ' Steel Tank
Co.7 culvert on road district
Wj'. llt'h'ois'e. "labor on road
district No. 6 .
Joe Allen, road work on road
district No. 16 ',,"
J. H. Wagner, same road di.s-
DM? Johnson." spikes etc., road
district No. 13 ;Y-"'
r M. Johnson, same road dis
trict No. 14 ;
F W. Nolting, road work on
'road district No. 1 .-v."
f Vallery. same on road dis
trict No. 1
G YV. Leach, same on road dis
trict No. 14
,W'm. II. Rush, same on load
district No. 7 ;
John II. Busche same on road
district No. 2 VY,"
Fred Betts. same on road dis
trict No. 14 :
Lee Arnett. culvert on road
district No. 14
Lee Arnett, same on road dis
trict No. 15
Walter Byers. road work on
road district No. 27
Austin-Western Road Ma
chinery Co., repairs on road
district No. 2
A. W. Hopkins, road work on
road district No. 14
F. I. Buckmann. same on roud
district No. 14
J. C. Niday, same on road dis
trict No. 11
A. F. Seybert, same on ro:d
district No. 2
August Krecklow, same on
road district No. s.....
George Poitall, same on
district No. 27
Walter Byers, amo on
district No. 27
J. C. Lomeyer, simo on
district No. 5
Ben Beckman, s;: me cn r-;;id
district No. 10 -.
J. W. Keii, same on road" dis
trict No. 2
II A. Funke Lumber Co., lum
ber on road district Nj.
J. M. Hoover, ro.td work on
road district No. 9
The following HAi;ns t.jio allowed
in the bridge fund.
(.'-.'Jar Cru ii Lu.nber Co..
C. F. Vallery. bridge work
J. C. Nldav. same
Walter Byers. same
John H. Busche, same
H. J. Wagner, same
Citv of Plattsmoutli, same....
Waterman Lumber Co., bridge
Geo. W. Voss Co., same
Henrv Kuhnhenn. bridge vork
A. F. Seybert, same
Nebraska Construction Co.,
Glenn K. Smith, bridge mater
ial T W. Keil. hridare work
R. S. McCleerv. concrete arches 1.326.04
H. A. Funke Lumber Co..
bridge lumber 32. 5j
Board adjourned to meet Tuesday,
September 16. 1913.
r. C. MORGAN, County Clerk.
REV. ALLAN 6. WILSON
ST. LUKE'S RECTOR RESIGNS
At the morning service at St.
Luke's church yesterday, the rec
tor, new Allan G. Wilson, ten
dered to the members of the par
ish his resignation, as during the
last few months his health has
been quite poor, and having suf
fered from a nervous breakdown
he felt that it would be necessary
for him to take a longer period
for rest arid recuperation and he
did not feel like asking the par
ish to wait on his return. Rev.
Wilson delivered a very pleasing
and impressive sermon on "Pa
tience," to the members of the
church present at the service, and
expressed his regret at leaving
this city, where he has been loca
ted for the past year. The vac
ancy in the charge at the church
will be filled as soon as possible
by Rt. Rev. Arthur L. Willjams,
Bishop of Nebraska. The depar
ture of Rev. and Mrs. Williams
will be regretted by many who
have had the pleasure of meeting
them during their residence here
and they will take with them the
best wishes of many friends in
their future home.
nrw it 1 1 sj in
Monday morning we will put on sale. l case of Hos
iery, ladies' gentlemen's and children's 1 OC
price per pair w w
Also an accumulation of remnants of Dress - Qf
Ginghams, at per yard. I WW
Apron Check Gingham, a 5-yard piece O O
A new lot of Bungla Aprons at ..... I .... 50c
ZUCKWEOLER & LUTZ
Tuesday, September 0. WdAw
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