The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, October 13, 1913, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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MONDAY, OUTOSEJ? 13, 1913.
A Complete Selection
of high class WATCHES, hand-made GOLD
is exhibited daily at
Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Co-partner and representative of
!? J FbMAriA. NEB.
BIG SALE at close-city TlincJQ,r - ftf 1f
prices, takes place on I UcbUdy, vCU 1
WATCH REPAIRING given the most skillful
attention. Moderate charges.
Eugene Uarkhurst sustained, a
broken nose Wednesday while at
football' practice. He was ' an
eight h-grader.
Mrs. Ella Young and liltlo child
of Omaha arrived Wednesday
evening for a visit with her friend
Mrs. Nettie Amick at the farm
homo northeast of town.
N. C Chrisfenson, who lives
southeast, was in town Tuesday
for the lirst time since his acei
denl with the mowing- machine
now and walks without the cane
O. Baier visited from Friday
until Sunday morning- with Mayor
Gorder and family. He will leave
soon for Germany again. He likes
the old country, ami says that he
have a watchful eye over them to
see that they are not killed.
Howard Freeman was here
from Sahmi. Mo., this week vis
iting; 'wit h Howard Jackman and
other Louisville friends." "He
worked at the Burlington sema
phore here about three years
ago, since which time he has been
looking after Jus father's 500
acre larm down in Missouri, lie
ays Nebraska is considered away
up north to me average innan-
itant and when a northern man
settles there, lie is reierred to as
a foreigner.
The Family Cough Medicine.
In every borne there should be
a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis-
is getting along quite nicely covery, ready for immediate use
when any member of the family
contracts a cold or a cough.
Prompt use will stop the spread
of sickness. S- A. Slid, of Ma
son, Mich., writes: "My whole
family depends upon Dr. King's
can live there cheaper than here. New Discovery as the best cough
Geo. Dennis lost a valuable and cold medicine in the world,
horse Saturday from an accident, Two 50c bottles cured me of
which happened at a defective pneumonia." Thousands of other
A bunch of telephone -men are
In-re put tins in a new cable and
otherwise improving local con
ditions. 11. M. Pollard and wife have
moved to town and will live with
Mrs. Pollard's father, ;eorge F.
The squirrel season is now
open, and the mortality rale
among the members of this furry
family is said to be something
Mrs. Lottie Shot well, who lives
in Seattle. Washington, is ex
pected home the latter part of the
week. She is in Toronto at pres
ent attending a national conven
tion of the Christian Endeavor.
Mrs. M. C. Whitehead and
daughter visited at the John
Doushtv horn from Fridav until
Monday, fhey were on their way
from .Missouri to Ilosale, Ne
braska, where they will make
their future home.
Tyler Shepardson and wife,
who an? in Cass county visiting
friends, are spending the week at
John Wunderlich's, having come
down from Elmwood Monday.
Their home is in Billings, Wash
ington. E. M. Pollard complains that
the wet weather has caused quite
a shrinkage in the value of his
Jonathan apples. It has caused
them to take the second growth
just as they were maturing and
for this reason many of them are
cracking, making them grade
lower than they would otherwise.
V. W. Cotlingham, who lives
on the old Henry Stoll place, west
of town, left for Atchison, Kan
sas, Monday, where he went for
another operation in the hope1 of
relief for a cancer of his lower
jaw. He recently had about
three inches ttf the jaw bone re
moved and now the second opera
tion is necessary.
Uncle Isaac Pollard, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hill
born of Lincoln, left Saturday for
his obi home in Vermont, where
he will spend three or four weeks
renewing old ties. Uncle Isaacs i
several years past his eightieth
milestone, and yet has interest
enough in life to take a trip or
two each year, and they are
usually of a distance.
J Beacon.
Carl Ewerth and family have
moved to town and are occupying
the Wm. Oelschlagcr residence.
Mrs. Neal Gardner and daugh
ter, of Champion, Nebr., are vis
iting relatives and friends in and
around Eagle.
Clarence Gerharl and wife are
rejoicing over t he arrival of a
0 1-2 pound girl at their home
Thursday morning, October D.
Geo. J. Reitter made a business
trip to Custer county, Neb., the
latter part of last week. He re
turned home Monday. .
Grandpa Heitter who is at the
Tabitha Home in Lincoln taking
medical treatment is reported as
still being in a very critical con
Miss Maude Jack, who has a
position in the Congressional Li
brary at Washington. D. C, arriv
ed here last Friday to spend her
vacation with her 'parents at
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burdick
have rented the. Emily Oberle
property north of the tracks. Mr.
Magee, who formerly lived there,
has bought a farm in Kansas,
and he and his family left last
week to take immediate posses
sion. "
The town board purchased an
electric gongo at Lincoln the fore
part of the week . and had it
mounted on the front of the lire
station today Thursday. From
this time on it will be used for
the curfew alarm, which rings at
eight, o'clock every night.
We understand that William
Oelschlager has rented a rooming
house in Lincoln and that be and
his family left the fore part of the
week to take charge of the came
We regret very much the loss o
this estimable family, but wish
them an abundance of success in
their new home.
bridge two and a hair miles
southwest of town, while the farm
hand was hauling fodder across
the bridge.
The Misses Edith and Matilda
Peters returned Tuesday from
their four weeks visit in the
"sand hill country." They report
a fine time with their brother and
sister, also enjoyed fried prairie
chicken, and duck galore.
A. L. Weaver, of Bethany, sol
icitor for the World-Herald, sus
tained a dislocated shoulder ami
a badly bruised and wrenched
arm at 11:30 Wednesday, m a
mix-up with a livery team, near
the F. R. Complon farm, five miles
southeast of town.
Mrs. H. B. Wolcolt left Friday
morning for an extended visit
with relatives at different points
in Ohio and probably a visit to
Washington, D. C." She was ac
companied as far as Ohio by Mrs
Geo. Askew who will visit rela
tives for three weeks.
Word has been received here of
the marriage of Mrs. Bertha A
Gilbert, of Blair, to Mr. Charles L
Nickolson, of pennison, Iowa, on
October 2, 1913. They will make
their home at Pennison, Iowa.
Mrs. Gilbert is well known here,
having- lived here for years and
has a daughter here, Mrs. Ed
families have been equally bene
fited and depend entirely upon
Dr. King's New Discovery to euro
their coughs, colds, throat and
lung troubles. Every dose helps.
Price; 50c and $1.00- All drug
gists. H. K. Bueklen & Co.,
Philadelphia or St. Louis.
Avoid Sedative Cought Medicines.
If you want to contribute di
rectly to the occurrence of
capillary bronchitis ar.d pneu
monia, use cough medicines that
contain codine, morphine, heroin
and other sedatives when you
have a cough or cold. An ex
pectorant like Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is what is needed.
That cleans out the culture beds
or breeding place for the germs
of pneumonia and other perm
diseases. That is why pneu
monia never results from a cold
when Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy is used. It has a world
wide reputation lor its cures.
It contains no morphine or other
sedative. For sale by all dealers.
i i i 4
A Good House Deserves
Good Roof
A good bouse with a poor roof is like an'um
brella with a leaky cover. It's Jail right till
the test comes. It is cheaper in the end to
have a good roof than an expensive .cheap
one. Our stock of
offer you varied assortment of the best roof
ing materials from which to select. Come in
and examine these roofings.
Plattsmouth ' :: Nebraska
Stephen Jochim left Tuesday
for South Dakota to visit his farm
near Huron.
me Collins Uil company is
erecting- a storage house on the
vacant lots at the foot of Main
E. C. Twiss left Thursday
morning for Rockwood, 111., for a
week's visit with , his brother
Miss Alio Jeary, of Lincoln,
came Wednesday to visit Jv. J.
Jearv and family.
Mrs. Harnsberger spent' Mon
day and Tuesday with tier daugh
ter, Mrs.1 Ke-rkler, near Mauley.
Contractors I'hley and Preston
are Jtiiiiilms- a nice new vesliDuie
and steeple at St. Marv's Catholic
John Stolz, of Millord, ' came
Friday evening for a visit with
his daughter. Mrs. Emil Borne
meier, and other relatives.
F. W. Lorenz, wife and daugh
tors Marie and Catherine, depart
ed Wednesday afternoon on their
auto journey to Ft. Morgan, Colo.;
where thev will make their future
Mrs. F. L. Woolcott departed
Wednesday for Ashland to reside
for a short time with , relatives
until Mr. Woolcott has selected a
location in North Dakota, 'in
which state he will labor for the
Guaranty Fund Life Insurance
company of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Horton are
rejoicing over the arrival ol a
beautiful baby' daughter at their
home on Friday morning, October
3. Patrons of route No. 2 are
asked to 'overlook any shortcom
ings of their servant in this, his
hour of profund attention to du
ties at borne.
John A. Shawl, of Mason City,
Neb., returned to his home Sun
day evening after a visit with his
ister, Mrs.- M. R. Beck. Mr
Schawl has just disposed of his
eighty-acre .farm several mib
southeast of town, his brother,
Win. Schawl, and Henry Kain-
mond being the purchasers.
John U. Deles Dernier of this
place, and Linnie E. Ford of
Eagle, were married at high noon
Thursday of last week by the Rev.
Sanford Oldham at University-
Place. The Leader-Echo joins the
many friends in extending hearty
congratulations. Mr. Deles Der
nier is one of the most highly re
spected farmer citizens.
lit SiiitofiSii I
Saturday Afternoon, October 19th
Concert- by the C. B. & Q. Band, followed by the
street parade, headed by the band and consisting
of the numerous German societies, mounted on horse
back and on foot, automobiles, etc., starting on Main
street, and proceeding to the German Home where a
program will be given, followed by the grand ball in
the evening.
Sunday Afternoon, October 19th
Reception and program at the German Home, free to
all visitors, and the General public is cordially in
vited to attend.
L -Address of Welcome by Mayor J. P. Sattler.
Address by Mr. Matthew Gering of Plattsmouth. :
Address in German by Mr. Otto Kinder of Omaha.
Musical Program by Mr. Theo. R. Reese, and class of
Musicians of Omaha.
8:00 p. m. Musical Program and German Play.
A cordial invitation is extended to all to be in at
tendance on both days. The committees are exerting
every effort to make both days a pleasure to all who
wish to attend.
( in mi i Mtmii f
ers" to tin; natives. The quality,
is lirst. class and there will be
enough for you if you hurry.
Jack LowS her of Harlingl.on
was here Tuesday and Wedne
dav for a visit with relatives and
Geo. W. Eaton and wife depart
ed yesterday to make a two
weeks' visit with relatives at
Walt hill and other points in that
part, of the slate
Mrs. Eva Coon, accompanied by
her children, Hazel, Leonard and
Roy, arrived Sunday evening from
Salem, Neb., to make a Visit with
John F. Hoback and'famiy.
Jack ctialluut ami wile . am
John Tigner departed Tuesday
morning" for Lusk, Wyoming, to
spend several days visiting and
enjoying- a reunion of relatives at
the home of Wesley T. Wolfe and
Suitable for Retiree Farmers.
Having accepted a position
that makes it necessary for me to
reside in Omaha, I will sell either
mil) or not ii ol tlie lollowing- ue
scribed homes, located in;M
nard. Nebraska:
One "5 -room cottage, with good
well, wash house, con I house,
barn ltx:i8), plenty of fruit,
consisting of apples, peaches,
cherries, plums and grapes.
Ground consists of about 3 acres
of deeded 'land and two acres of
leased ' land, perpetual lease.
About two acres of this land is
fenced with chicken tight woven
Having no use for it, I will also
sell my 5-passenger Maxwell
touring car. Model A. E.
Will give favorable terms lo
anyone wishing- to buy.
in aLfalfa, that produced more
Oalligan, who was assist- than ten. tons of hay this season.
For Sale.
Seven and one-half acres of
land with 5-room house on it
Harn and outbuildings in gnod
Valentine Ernest of North Loup, condition. Good well and two
Neb., was here' this week visit- good cisterns: two new cellars
ing at the home of Mrs. J. T. A.
Mrs. Geo. Walling returned to
her home at Peoria, 111., Thurs
day after a visit here with friends.
While in Louisville she was a
guest of Mrs. Henry Ahl.
ant cashier of the Hank of Union Other home, consisting of live
a year ago, arrived last Friday lots, centrally located in Mynard,
from Castleton, North Dakota, is a six-room cottage in first-
"Truxton King."
Lovers of the romantic in the
drama, who want their, imagina
tion stirred a bit, will, welcome
the announcement of the drama
tization of 'Truxon King," that
line story by George JJarr Mc
Cutclieon, another tale of the
mythical principality of Grau
stark. The United Play company
has organized a strong company
to present this brand new ro
mantic drama on tour and given
the piece a sumptuous mounting.
.a i i ue I'armeie ineaier rriuay
evening, October 18.
Land lias fruit and vineyard on other relatives northwest of here.
it; two acres planted in alfalfa
Inquire of Mrs. Anton Javorsky. home in Mahnonen, Minn.,. Mr
10-8-1WKU walkins accompanying- them on
the trip
Fargo, the apple man, will be Mrs. Owen Ross, of Austin, 111.,
located asrain at Plattsmouth af- ami Mrs. John Chase of South
class condition, with good well,
cement walks, deep cave (with
cement entrance), good barn,
with shop, garage, stalls and
haymow, wagon and wood shed.
Fruit consists of 1,100-plant
strawberry bed, planted this
started Tuesday evening for their spring; peaches, plums, cherries
and grapes. Entire place is
and was visiting his friends a few
days and looking after busine;
Mrs. James McReynolds and
her. children, who have been visit
ing R. G. Walkins and wife and
How's This?
We oiler One ITnndrpd Dollars Rowanl for any
raso of Cntarrh that caniiot be cuivU bj Hull
latarrn cure. '
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, tho rndprslpncd, hare known F. 3.
Cliem-y for tire Innt 15 yearn, and believe lilni
erfectly honorable In all busInesH traiiHaetluiiJ
and financially nble to carry out any obligation
made by bis Ilrni. .
Toledo. ObW
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally. arli
fllroctly upou the blood and iniu-on surfue- '
the tisf-'m. Testimonials neiit free. I'rlce 15
cents per bottle. Sold by all UrutrclHts. q
Taks Hell's Family nils tor couktlatlca
A. Anderson left Tuesday for her October 15. and wilt buv and Omaha, daughters of the. late Mrs
Gordon lo visit with his daugh- receive apples with me at plaits- Elizabeth Bauer, were here to at-
mouth. J. W. Fargo,
ter, Mrs. Gust Nordvall. He tells
the Courier that Gust raised over
two thousand bushels of potatoes
this year. He will remain about
three weeks
The annual meeting of the
Platte River Bridge company was free,
hld Monday. A dividend of 10
per cent was declared. The re- Trvn snrl- f Fnrpor nntc tlrmr turned home
1 0-8-1 wk-d&w
M. Tritsch, refracting optician
at Gering & Co.'s Wednesday and
Saturday evenings. Examination
ports of the secretary and treas- Your money refunded if not. satis.
a . I "
urer snow tne company to be in factory
exceneni financial condition.
Superintendent O'Brien sent
down a crale of pheasants from
the state fish anil game farm
Friday morning and they were
liberated on the Noyes farm east
of Louisville. This is an ideal
place for the breeding of pheas
ants as there is abundance of
timber and underbrush to afford!
ample protection during- tho win-
Best results are secured by ad-
vertising in the Journal.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Alwajs Bought
Bears the
tend the funeral Wednesday. A
leleerram from Emery Bauer, a
son living- near Strathniore, Can
stated it was impossible for him
to come.
Mrs. Owen Ross, who came
from Austin. III., to visit tier
mother who was seriously ill. re-
last Friday, Mrs.
Bauer, being somewhat improved
at that lime. 'A' telegram notified
Mrs. Ross of her mother's death
Sunday evening, and she returned
to this place to attend the funer
Edward Engell of -Plainview,
Minn., has been . .here the past
week patiently awaiting the ar
rival of a car load of cabbage
which he had shipped in for the
local market. The car came Wed
nesday, and the jovial Eddie has
ved sw ;
tied yi
er and Paint
14 Frank Gobclman
North 6th St.
ter months and Mr. Noyes will
been busy dishinsr out the "kraut
Signature of