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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1913.
PLATTSWOUTH SEMI-WCEKLY JOURNAL.
PAGE 3. -
Don't Forget About Our
Special No. 1 Boys' plain dray Sweater Coats, sizes 28
Special No. 2
Watch for the new idea
in Boy's Suits. You
will appreciate it
COUNTY BOY COMES
Arthur L. Palmer, a Young Man
Born and Reared at Louis
ville, Makes a Mark.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Another native Cass county
boy who is coming1 to the front
is Arthur L. Palmer, who was
horn ami reared at Louisville! in
this county, and has made a
great success at Harvard, where
he was one of the leading mem
bers of his class at the law
school. The Omaha J lee gives
the following account of Mr.
Palmer, which will be of much
interest to his former friends in
Arthur L. Palmer, a brother of
Harry O. Palmer, the lawyer, was
in Omaha yesterday visiting
friends. Mr. Palmer is passing
through Omaha on his way to
visit his mother in California be
fore he sails for a nine months'
trip to Kurope in November.
Mr. Palmer was born at Louis
ville, and is a graduate of the
class of 1910 of the state uni
versity. He took a three-year
law course at Harvard, graduat
ing this spring. He was presi
dent of the Harvard-Nebraska,
club at Harvard and also presi
dent of the Harvard Masonic
club. This summer he was com
mandant of Camp Hale, Squam
lake, New Hampshire, a summer
camp for Jewish tenement boys.
Mr. Palmer will sail for Europe
in November as a member of a
parly who are guests of Horatio
Hathaway, an eastern capitalist.
ami win luior nis son, l.overing,
preparatory to entering Harvard
The party will visit England,
Germany, France, Belgium, Hol
land and Switzerland and Mr
Palmer will visit Denmark,
Sweden and Norway. Mr. Palm
will move to Omaha one
from this fall to practice
with his brother, Harry O.
Returns From Missouri.
Ed Lewis and family, who have
been making' their home down
near Mound City, Mo., for the
past few months, returned to
Plattsmouth a few days ago, and
Mr. Lewis will for the present be
with the McMaken & Son concrete
crew. Ed says things are looking
pretty blue in that part of Mis
souri, as most everything in the
crop line is a total failure.
I sweater; ats I
Are now in demand and you will need one of
these cold excluders. We have an excep
tionally good line of the various weaves
and shades in childrens and ladies
Our line of Fall Trimmings are now on display
BULGARIAN and JAPANESE in bandings and EDGINGS, New Collars, Buckels
and Tassels in a large range of colors. Bead trimming and buttons in all the
...CALL IN and SEE THESE NEW LINES...
E. G. DOVEY & SON
Saturday Scarf Service New
CMfffclAn FOR SATURDAY
two but they are extra good
double sewed, with large pearl buttons, two pockets
good and heavy for fall winter wear. A big bargain at. .
-Boys' turtle-neck jersey Sweaters, shaped bodies, dou
ble sewed a fine little sweater for
C. E. If!? ESQ
nroriniw in i Hi
Pleasant Picnic Dinner.
was enjoyed this noon at the
home of Judge and Mrs. M. Arch
er, as a number of the friends of
the hostess from Omaha came
down to spend the day with her
at her home. The occasion was
a very pleasant one to all in the
party and the guests were de
lighted with the splendid dinner
set before them. Those in the
party were: Mrs. 1). H. Corley
and daughter, Charlotte, Mrs. M.
Kennedy, Mrs. E. Harrow man,
Mrs. V. H. Walker, Mrs. Harney
McCaudle, all of Omaha, and
Mrs. Charles Postle of Council
Hluffs. Mrs. Corley is a daugh
ter of Mrs. Archer, while the
other ladies are old friends and
neighbors. After an afternoon
of much enjoyment the party re
turned home over the Missouri
Pacific this evening.
AN OBJECT OF BEAUTY
From Wednesday's Daily.
The remodeled Hurlinglon sta
tion in this city is about to be
turned over, completely linishd
as far as the bui'ding itself is
concerned, and it is a v-'e!eom;
change from the old, cramped
structure that was in use for
many years. Two very com
modious wailing rooms have
been provided for the traveling
public that are fixed up in vor
comfortable manner and wili
make it very convenient for the
travelers waiting" at the station
for trains. The wailing rooms
have been painted in shades of
light brown and cream and pre
sent a very neat appearance,
while the radiators and steam
pipes that will be used to heat
the building have been silvered,
which serves to set oil' very
handsomely the rooms. Both
the ladies' room on tin; south
side of the depot and the gents'
on the north have been provided
with all modern conveniences,
and the arrangements for the
cashier to handle the licket sales
is one trial cannot lan to appeal
to those who travel over this
road, as with only one window
for the sale of tickets they can
be handled much fasler and save
the cashier many weary steps.
The office has also been remodel
ed and while not much larger
than formerly, is arranged much
handier for the station agent and
his force of employes. The Bur
lington is to be praised for the
nice, neat depot, they have given
us ami mere is utile nouut 11 wi.ii
be amply big enough to handle
the amount of travel that passes
through there at present.
59c up to ip7 J
Ties Every Saturday.
to 34, made
EVERY BODYS' STORE
JOHNNIE HATT JR., HAS
HIS HAND BADLY GUT
Yesterday Johnnie, the little
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hall,
met with a very serious accident
while playing around home. The
little boy was playing with a
glass hot tie in which he had
placed some water, and was en
gaged in shaking it when in some
manner the hot lie hnoke, with
the result that the little f flow
had his right hand quite badly
cut and injured. He was at once
conveyed to the ollice of a
surgeon, where the injury was
dressed, and it required several
stitches to close the wound. The
little hoy was made as easy as
possible, although the injury was
very painful, and it is thought
that he will not sutler any
serious results from the ae
ENTERTAINED AT THE
The Kensington club held a
most delightful meeting yester
day aflernoon at the cosy home
of Mrs. Oeorge Thomas on Vine
street, and the members present
were enchanted with the charm
ing entertainment afforded them
by their hostess. The ladies, who
have been taking a vacation dur
ing the hot summer months, were
greatly pleased with the outlook
for the social activities of the.
winter and several Hours were
spent most pleasantly in discus
sing the plans for the coming
season, as well as in plying the
busy needle on the dainty fancy
work that the different members
had brought with them. At an
appropriate hour the guests were
ushered into the dining room,
where a most delicious and
templing' three-course luncheon
was served by the hostess, a id
wnnis ian wnen n comes in i
scribing- it, as there was nothing
omitted that was needed to make
the event one of the most su
cessful ever given by the club.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
From Tuesday's Daily.
Attorney C. S. Polk came
down from Lincoln this morning
to at lend to business in the dis-
was in the city la
coming up to attend
of the Masonic lodge.
C. F. Vallery, road overseer of
Platlsmouth precinct, came in
today lo attend the. meeting of
the county commissioners.
John Waters of Elm wood came
in this morning on No. i to at
tend lo some business at the
court house for the day.
Mrs. George K. Staats return
ed this morning from I'ekiu, Il
linois, where she has been visit
ing with relatives for a short
Ben Dill and wife of near
ray drove up this morning
I heir home to look after
business matters for a
County Commissioner C. R.
Jordan came in last evening from
AIo to attend the meeting of the
county commissioners today at
the court house.
Louis Dose and wife were pas
sengers this morning on No. (J
for Glenwood, where they were
called by the illness of Mr.
George Oliver and family of
Weeping Water came up yester
day to attend the Leyda-Moore
weddingHast evening. Miss Leyda
is a niece of Mrs. Oliver.
Mrs. Perry Marsh and her
guest. Miss Anna Crane, of
Washington, departed this after
noon for Sioux City, Iowa, where
thev will visit with friends.
Mrs. Tom Folk
Iowa, who has been
with the family
Mrs. Charles Lon
of her sister,
, departed for
her home this morning on No. G.
Judge George Corcoran of
York arrived this morning on No.
i to convene the district court in
the place of Judge Travis, who is
confined to his home bv sickness.
of Omaha, ex-
president of the
association, was in the city today
for a few hours visiting with
Superintendent W. S. Askwith at
J. C. Roudebush and wife of
Oshkosh, Neb., who have been
here for a few days visiting at
the hoine of Frank E. Schlafe
and family, departed this after
noon for their 'home.
Miss Doris Patterson, who ha
liecn spending the summer her
with her grandparents, William
MeCanley and wife, departed las
evening for Chicago, where she
will cnler a school for nurses
take a course in training.
Mrs. L.-H. White and two lit
tle sons departed this afternoon
for Omaha, from where they ex
pect, to leave for Philadelphia
and points on the Atlantic mas
and will spend some time there
enjoying the ocean bree'.es.
Otto Puis, from west of Mur
ray, drove in today from his
home with Miss Mary West, who
has been visiting at the Puis
home for the past. week, and is
returning to her home in this
Mrs. W. A. Berger and daugh
ters, Misses Clee and Margarife,
ana son, ivelson Uerger, drove up
in iheir auto this morning from
their home near
on the early
where they will
spend a few
A fine girl baby was born re
cently to Mr. and Mrs. John Rice
Mr. Rice is a carpenter at the
institution and is a brother of
Mrs. Dick Edwards. Glenwood
Tribune. Mr. Rice is a son of
Dan Rice of this city, and his
friends here will be pleased to
learn of the addition to his fam
Mrs. Dr. Bachman, accom
panied by her two twin babies,
arrived home last evening on No.
2 from palmer, Neb., where they
lave been for some time and
where the babies were born. Mrs.
Fidiler, mother of Mrs. Bach
mann, accompanied her home for
W. N. Baird, who has been
1. m a 1 t t - 1
nere ior uie past iwo weeiis
visiting his. mother, Mrs. J. T.
Baird, and his sisters, departed
this afternoon for his home at
Salida, Colorado. Mr. Baird will
stop at Norton, Kansas, en route
home to visit his sister, Mrs.
Florence Jones, for a short time.
J. II. Johnson, Carl Swan, road
overseer of Avoca precinct, and
ft. O. Hutchins of the vicinity of
Weeping- Water motored to thi
city today to be in al tendance at
the meeting of trie county com
missioners. Mr. Hutchins wan a
pleasant caller at this office aud
had his subscription exl ended fur
Gives Decree in Foreclosure.
J his morning Judge Cocoran,
in the district court, rendered a
decree in the case of the Plalts-
moulh Loan ami Building as
sociation vs. W. S. Brit tain, W.
W. Windham, Minnie Windham,
William L. Burke, Julia Burke
and Robert B. Windham, jr
The suit is brought lo secure the
foreclosure on some property
bought of the plaintiff by the de
fendant, Brit lain, and the court
gives a judgment lor in
favor of the plaint ilT.
From "Wednesday's Dally.
Rue i rans came up last even
ing from his home at Union to
spend a few hours visiting with
some of his friends in this city,
W. H. Heil of near Cedar Creek
came in this morning to attend
to some matters of business for
a few hours with the merchants
Miss Mildred Cummins de
parted yesterday afternoon for
Lincoln, where she will resume
her studies at the state uni
versity for the ensuing year.
Sheriff C. 1). Quinfon departed
this morning for Lincoln, where
he will look after some matters
for I tie county at the insane
Charley Vallery and wife of
St. Joseph, Missouri, were pas
sengers this aflernoon for Oma
ha, where Mrs. Vallery will enter
a hospital there for treatment.
John . Whiteman of Nehawka
was in the city today, for a few
hours looking after mailers of
business, being en route from
his home to Omaha.
Mrs. Mary Wiley and
ter, Mrs. George Parks,
vicinity of Murray, drove
city today and spent the
of Mr. and Mrs. John
Hon. W. B. Banning, John
Lynn, Ray Frans and D. W
Foster were in the city today for
a few hours looking afler some
matters of business at the court
Guy Gould of llavelock came
down Saturday and will visit here
lor the week witti his mends in
cily. He is at present em-
ed in the office of the master
mechanic of the Burlington.
Mrs. Edward Tunnell and chil
dren of King City, Missouri, who
have been here for a short lime
visiting at the home of Mrs.
Tunnell's mother, Mrs. Adah
Moore and family, departed this
morning for their home.
Mrs. M W. T.orimer nf South
Omaha came down last evening
tn attend the dinner eriven bv the
members nf the enmrreG-al ion of
the First Presbyterian church,
returning home on the early
Burlinglon train this morning.
Boyd Porter, jr., wife and baby
departed this afternoon on No.
23 for Omaha, from where they
will leave for a few weeks visit
in Denver and other points of
interest in that locality.
C. W. Fahnestock, assistant
cashier of the Bank of Avoca,
who has been here visiting with
friends for a short time, return-
ed home yesterdav- afternoon. He
was accompanied by his friend,
B. A. Rosencrans, who will spend
the 'remainder of the week in
Thomas Woodson, better j
nown as "Babe," who has been
lere for a few days visiting his
friends, departed this morning
for Omaha, from where he will
eave for his home at Des
FOREST ROSF! Best flour on
the market. Sold by all leading
dealers. ' I
Henry Born, from southwest
of the city, was here this morn
ing for a few hours attending to
Jesse Blunt, who has been lo
cated in Gravity, Iowa, lor a
short time, is in the city looking
after some matters of busine?
Robert Troop returned this af.
ternoon on No. 24 from Crook
Ion. Neb., where he had been for
several davs looking after his
land interests in that locality.
Earl Geise, Guv White and
Arthur Eastwood were passeng.
ers this morning for Omaha,
where they will atlend the Elk-
clam bake at Carter lake.
Mrs. Monle Franks departed
this morning on No. (J for (Hen-
wood. Iowa, where she will visit
for the day with her mother, Mrs.
Julia Thomas, in that city.
Superintendent C. H. Tarns of
the county farm was a passeng
er this morning on .o. i; lor
Omaha, where he was called to
look after some mailers of busi
Dr. G. It. Gilmore and V. G.
Boedeker of Murray were in the
citv yesterday afternoon for a
few hours attending to some
matters of business with the dif
Frank Hughson and son, Jesse,
were in the city yesterday aiier-
noon for a few hours looking af
ter some trading with the mer-
chants, having driven up from
their home, northeast of Union.
Henrv Boeck and wife were
passengers yesterday inornin
for Nehawka, where they were in
attendance at. the celebration of
the fortieth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Kirkpatrick
B. G. Waul departed this
morning on me Missouri j'acinc
for Murray and Union, where he
will look after the interests of
his celebrated brands of cigars
among the dealers in these
Carler Albin and Milton Ervin
of the vicinity of union were in
the city for a short time today
enroute from their home to
Bartlett, Iowa, where they will
look afler some business mat
Louis Egenberger returned
last evening from Iowa City,
Iowa, where he had been visiting
for the nast, two weeks with his
relatives in that city. He spent
a short time en roule in visiting
jn several other points in Iowa,
H. R. Neitzel, wife and chil.
dren, who have been spending
several weeks here visiting at
the home of Mrs. iseitzel s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Gutli-
mann. departed tnis morning ior
their home at Boise, Idaho.
C. R. Frans departed tin's
morning on tne early isurnnj
ton train for Caspar, Wyoming,
where he expects to enter the
service of the Burlington in
their construction of the new
line through that portion of
Mrs. A. B. Swarthout, who has
been visitincr at North Platte for
some time, accompanied by her
daughter. Mrs. II. N. Jiansome
and baby, of Cedar Rapids, rsen
arrived last evening on !fo. 2
and Mrs. Ransom Will visit
with her mother for a few
C C Sherfer. for many years a
resident of the vicinity of Avoca,
this county, but at present at
Los Angeles. California, came in
last evening and spent a few
hours here looking arter some
matters of business. Mr. Sher-
fer left this county some three
years ago, and since mat time easily the greatest religious feat
has made his home in the coast ure film ever produced and has
country. While here our old
friend paid his respects to the
Mrs. Charles Kopiskie return
ed last evening on No. 2 from
Reno. Nevada, where she has
been for a few weeks visiting at
the home of her brother, George
Grebe and family. Mrs. Kopiskie
greatly enjoyed the trip through
the west, but was also very much
pleased to reach home again.
Any skin itching is a temper
tester. The more you scratch
the worse it itches. Doan s Oint-
ment is for piles, eczema any
skin itching. 50c at all drug
James White in Town.
Last evening the irrepressible
Jim White, county comiiii.-iiin-er
of Otoe county, and one of th.
best fellows on earth, is in lh
city today looking after some
business matters at I he court,
house. Mr. White, in company
with our friend, Hon. illiam
DelesDernier, the eminent. Elm-
wood attorney, were callers at
the Journal office Iaf, eeiiing
for a few minutes, and the i.t
was much appreciaie.i.
From Wednesday' Dally.
This aflernoon at the home of
the parents of the groom in this
city occurred the marriage of
Leslie L. Yronian of llavelock
and Miss Clara J. Schultz of Lin
coln. The wedding ceremony
was performed by Rev. D. L.
Dunkleberger of the Christian
church, who pronounced the
words that made these young
people one, in a manner that was
very impressive. The wedding
was attended by only the im
mediate family, as the young
people desired to avoid all dis
play. The bride is a very charm
ing young lady, who is much
loved and respected in her home
town, while the groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Vroman of
this city and is a young man who
was reared to manhood here. Put
is at present employed at Have
lock, where he is highly respect
ed and esteemed. The young
people will make their home in
that city in the future.
The Junior Guild Meets.
From Tuesday's Daily.
The Junior (iuild of St. Luke's
church held their first meeting
of the season last evening at the
home of Misses (Sretchen and
iwarie I'oinieii. j-iuiis ior i in
r ii ii.. . J . II...
coming year were discussed with
much enthusiasm and several
social attractions decided upon.
to be given in the near future.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostess, and be
sides a profitable business meet
ing a most enjoyable social e cu
ing was enjoyed. Success to the
Junior Guild for 1913-14!
Has His Toe Mashed.
This morning John Grebe, em
ployed in the steel . car .depart
ment at the Burlington shops.
received an injury to his foot by
having a rivet buffer drop upon
it. lie was engaged in driving
rivets and the buffer slipped
from the top of the si eel car up
on which he was working and lit
on his foot, with the result that
the big toe of his right foot was
quite badly mashed and John
will be compelled to lake a few
days' vacation from his duties.
1913 model motorcycles and
motor boats at bargain prices; all
makes; brand new machines; easy
monthly payment plan. Get our
proposition before buying or you
will regret it. Also bargains in
used motorcycles. Write us to
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Address Lock Box 11, Trenton.
"THE LIFE OF CHRIST"
TO BE PICTURED AT THE
PARMELE THEATRE SOON
Manager It. M. Shlaes of the
Parmele theater yesterday closed
la contract for the annearane.. at.
that theater in the near future of
the great religious picture nlav.
From the Manager to the
Cross." This is a portrayal of
the life of Christ and is placed on
six reels of moving picture films
that will require over two hours
to show. It has been pronounced
by critics all over (he country as
(lone a great work in the teach-
ing of the lessons of Christian-
ity. The date for the appearance
of the pictures will be announced
shortly and everyone who can
should make it a point to take in
this pleasing feature. The pic
ture costs .$100 to secure for the
one night s production, but the
exceptional opportunity ofTered
Mr. Shlaes to secure it for his
patrons here induced him to dis
regard the price in order lo bring
it to this city.
BufT Orpingtons some fine
pullets and cockerels. Inquire
of J. M. Young, Upper Chicago
Ave. Phone -109. 9-17-tfd
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