The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, December 22, 1913, Page PAGE 8, Image 8

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    MONDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1913.
items Fir
Mrs. W. II. Mark went over to
Syracuse last Saturday lo visil
her .laughter. Mrs. Harry Craves,
who is very ill; fur a few days.
She relumed home Tuesday," her
little granddaughter, Helen, ac
companying- her.
Joseph Cole of Wyniore ar
rive,! Tuesday o make a. visit
with his -ister, Mrs.. William
Chalfunt, and other relatives. Mr.
Cole spent liis boyhood days near
Hock Muffs ami on this' visit he
meets a number of his old-time
J. Republican.
Ladies White Waists, Fancy Aprons
Embroidered Velvet Collars, Lace
Collars and Cuffs to match. Silk
Rateen Collar and Cuffs to match.
MeCallum Silk Hosiery. Phoenix
Silk Hosiery. Silk Petticoats. Em
broidered Center Pieces. Fancy
Neckwear. Mesh Bags. Newest
Novelty in Hand Bags. Silver and
Gold Coin purses. The newest
Pattern in Cheeney Bros Foullard
Fancy Embroidered Handkerchiefs.
Fancy Lace Edge Handkerchiefs.
Holly Boxes for Xmas.
Zuckweiler & Ltiiz
Leonard Thacker and wife came
home on Tuesday from Walthill,
where they had been visit inar two
weeks with relatives.
Dr. K. V. Cook of Plattsmouth
was here a short time on Mon
day, Koinfr to Weep ins? Water,
where he was called on profes
sional business.
James Cook relumed Tuesday
from Texas, where he spoilt a few
weeks visit inar relatives and giving-
his rheumatic limbs an op
portunity for improvement.
Taylor Buck and wife departed
Tuesday morning1 for Itivtiton.
Wyo., to make a holiday visit
with Mr. Mick's parents. Mr. and
Mrs.. Theodore 1. Mick.
tt. II. Fran and wife spent the
day Monday in Omaha. Mr. Frans
transacting business at the
wholesale houses while his "bet
ter half did the visit ing.
.A. W. Simmons of Walla Wal
la, Wash., a nephew of W. !1.
Davis and cousin of Miss Fannie
Kikenbary, arrived here last Sat
urday to visit his relatives for a
few days.
Vernon T. Arn and family left
on the Tuesday morning train
for Clarington, Ohio, where I hey
will spend a month visiting with
relatives and friends at Mr.
Aril's former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Domingo
were over Sunday visitors at
Murray with Mrs. Domingo's sis
ter, Mrs. Karl Jenkins and fam
ily. Mrs. Charles Dill and children
of Kosalie arrived Friday to visit
her mother. Mrs. Charles Phil
pot, ami other relatives until af
ter the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Ppangler and
daughter were in Omaha Satur
day. Mr. spangle; has been in
rather poor health lately and
went up to see his old doctor.
John Heebner. southeast of
town, is reported quite ick. be
ing threatened with typhoid
fever. Thev have hail a trained
nurse to rare for him since Wed
nesday nieht.
Scot Davis of Seotts Muff
was visiting his parenls, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Davis, from Sunday
evening until J uesday morning.
Scot is looking' line and report
the W. W. people at Scott's
Bluffs all O. K.
Henry Snell. one of our retf
hog raisers. eat of town, is after
the belt ; he marketed Monday
some 7 K -months-old pigs that
averaged -o pounds each. We
expect to see Henry beat these
figures, as he knows how to raise
Adam Cook, northeast of town,
and his father. Philip Cook, are
loading two ears of stock, farm
implements and household goods
his week and will move tn a
parm near Norfolk, where they
will make their future home.
Mrs. Earnest Ronne. who has
been visiting heru while her bus
band has been moving to Min
nesota, left for her new home
Wednesdav afternoon. She wa
accompanied as far as Omaha by
her father-in-law. Fred Honne.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Walker left
Monday morning for Minneapolis.
Minn., where they expect to visit
Mrs. Walker's mother, who is 01
years old. They expect to h
absent about four weeks, return
ing by She. way of Chicago, where
they expect to visit with Mr.
Walker's sister, Miss Cora Walk
er, and other relatives.
JWVi i ii4V 4 i
J. O. Ward shipped a carload
of cattle and one of hogs to the
Soulh Omaha market Tuesday.
School closed Friday for the
Christmas, vacation of one week.
beginning again on December
29. at ..9:30 a. m.
F. Diers and family went,
to Oretna Sunday in the Jackman
car to spend I lie flay with the II.
J. Tangeman family .
Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Dunn left
Friday Tot Bedford, Iowa, lo
spend Christinas at. the home of
their daughter, Mrs. Ouy Stiekcll
Miss Alice Voigt. of Davenport,
Xeh., is a guest at the home of
Mrs. Julius Ilagoss. Miss Voigt
and Miss llulda Hagoss were
school friends: at the Peru Nor
mal. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Diers were
ealb-d to Oretna Thursday even-
in ir bv the serious illness ttf Mis.
Diers mother. They returned
home Friday morning and report
her much improved.
Mrs. O. II. Johnson died at her
home at- Olendale, Monday, De
cember ir, af the age of fi years.
after an illness extending fiver a
period of two months. Mrs.
Johnson hail been a sufferer from
diabetes for several years ami
had the best of medical attend
anee to no avail.
Mrs. Hugh Seiver of l'l Reno.
Oklahoma, arrived Thursday Mr
a visit with her parents ami
other relatives. Mrs. Seiver states
that it has rained in Oklahoma
for the past two weeks almost in
cessantly and that the report that
Oklahoma ' raised no coni last
fall was not true.
Announcement has been made
bv the directors of the Bank of
Commerce of this city that they
will increase the capital slock
from ir,noo to .$25,000 January
1st. The Bank of Commerce is
one of the solid banking institu
tions of eastern Nebraska anil
the fact that the capital stock is
to be . increased is evidence of
nro.-ncrilv fully in keening with
the growth of the town.
leave the latter part of this week
for an extended visit with rela
tives and friends in New Yolk
City. . . . . . . : . . . .
Albert Fre.Ung-,. wife .. - and
lalig'ht'er," the-MTsses Emrha anil
Minnie Freling anil Finest Frcl
ing of West field. N. Y., arrived
Monday for a few days' visil at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake
The Eagle, dun club journeyed
lown lo to El in wood yesterday
(Thursday) afterno-.n and
u'ought, home the ''liu'vui," win
ning sixteen geese and five iur-
eys. The boys displayed some
tine shooting, and having humped
up against some of tin; real
champions, they made l'lmwood
sit up and take notice.
i ' . . .
4 Beacon.
For Sale.
A complete Eastman's Photo
graphic out fit for sale cheap; 4x5
camera. J. Asch, Murray, Neb.
For Rent.
A farm in Soulhern Alberfa,
close to town. See S. O. Cole, My-
nard. Neb. 12-15-2wks-w
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Art
Oardiier, Wednesday, December
17, a seven and three-quaiiei
pound girl.
Mrs. Oscar Lehman, who has
been seriouslv ill for the past
few weeks, is slowly improving.
Ernest Schroeder of Char-
water. Neb., is visiting a few days
with his parenls, Mr. ami Mr.s. A
Mrs. I.. J. Herman was called
to Lincoln Monday on account of
t!ie serious illness of her mother.
Mrs. Allen Kerr.
Jasiel Forsythe and daughter,
Mrs. Wm. Wall, went to Hot hen
burg. Neb.. Tuesday for a few-
days' visit with relatives.
A 7 Vi -pound boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mr.s. Ben Mu-
enchau Monday. December 15.
J. II. Latrom and wife wil
We wish to extend a special invitation to call and examine our
large line of Winter and Gift Goods before making their Christmas
selections, for we believe WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. We are
making a special effort to close out our entire line of winter mer
chandise this month, including all our
Ken's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Sheep
Lined and Duck Goats, Ladies' and blis
ses' Coats and Skirts, Sweaters and
all ECnit Goods, Etc.
in fact everything that goes to make up an almost unbroken line of
winter merchandise. If the right price and high quality goods will
please you, here is the place to buy RIGHT NOW. Everything will
l ? 111 I! I I 1 ttj' ! III
Mrs. W. 0. Bartletl. left Sun
day evening , for Coznd, Neb., for
a visit, with her sister.
Leon Poley left Monday night
for a visit fiver the holidays with
his father in Missouri.
Mrs. J. O. Stark and "Orand-
ma Mullui returned irom a. visit
with Lincoln relatives Mnda
Wm. Senf and family departed
Tuesday for Oklahoma to be in
attendance at the wedding of
Mr. Senf's sister.
Harry McLaughlin and wife of
Lincoln were Sunday guests at
the home of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McLaughlin.
Oeorge Miller and daughters
Mona and Francis, ami Mrs.
Piekwell. of Murdock. left this
week for Pittsburg, has., for a
short visit with relatives and
friends until after" Christmas.
Mr. ami Mrs. II. P. Hayes en
tertained at Some'It'Set at their
palatial country home on Fridav
evening. A delightful luncheon
was served and a jolly good time
is reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Manning of
Minneapolis, Minn.. and Mrs.
Henry Dimmitt.of Lincoln came
Wednesday lo attend to the dis
posing of the (i. 11. Swart
household goods. Look for
notice elsewhere in this issue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. II. Casel
left Wednesday morning for c
visit with their son. Ear! and
family, at Valparaiso, ahd their
other son, .Way land and family
at Flvsses. Neb., - They will be
absent a week or ten days.
'i A A mi AA'
From Friday's Dally.
The Platte .Mutual Insurance
ompany of this city has made a
ery pleasing record fr prompt
payment, of their policies, as r.
.. Herger of Ibis city today re
ceived a draft to cover his loss
on accouni 01 tiie damage i,
water to his slock during the lire
in Ibe Coates' block on the 1 1th.
Phis company has always denlt
airly with its shareholders and
meet each loss promptly, and a
t, has reduced the rate of insur
ance to the city nearly 10o per!
ent it. is entitled to a liberal
patronage from the citizens of
Plattsmouth. The company has
their office in this city in lite
Hvyer building" and the ejlirienl
secretary. Mr. J. C. Peterson. i
eady af all times to look after
my inquiries as to the rales of
the company and looks after the
settlement of the claim in con
nection with the legal depart
ment and strives to gie everv
hareholder I he best and fairest
treatment in his ji.oufr.
V. ZUCKER, Manager
Nelson Burger shipped his load
of slieejx Monday.
Clate Rosencrans was her
from Plattsmouth for his reg
ular over Sunday visit.
Mrs. C Chriswisser was a ias
enger to Murray Friday evening,
where- she visited a few days with
J. M. Palmer and son, Quinton
went, to Plattsmouth Tuesday
evening. The former lo ride tin
F.Ik Boat.
Dan Anderson is si ill wailing
for I he return of that watch hf
lost several weeks ago at tin
foot ball game.
Mrs. II. L. Thomas returnet
Saturday morning from Omaha,
where she visited for several flays
with her mother and other rela
we uwiersianu Afioipu uoss
and Miss Clarissa Martin were
married in Nebraska City Wed
nesday. We have no particulars
but are going to wish them the
most of happiness through life
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Todd lefl
yesterday for Lincoln, where they
have rented a house at 1815 A
street for the winter and where
they will be at home to their
friends. The News will keep
them posted on events nrouni
W. V. Coltingham died last
Thursday about noon at his
homo, four miles west of town
following a long siege of cancer
The terrible malady affected hi
lower jaw and he had had severa
operations in the hone of relief
He had been unable to lake any
nourishment '.for a week before
ho died, and literally starved to
death. .He leaves a wife and six
children, several of the children
being grown.
E. M. Pollard left Monday
evening for St. Louis, , where he
will represent I ho Missouri val
ley fruit growers at a meeting o
the traffic managers of western
and southern roads. He will as
for relief from the present ap
parent discrimination against
Missouri valley growers in ship
oing to southern markets. A
present New York and other ap
pie-growing states have a much
better rate, although the haul is
several hundred njiles farther.
The crops this year are better than ever. S. e
the display in our window.
We have a large supply of Xmas Trees and
Apples of every description.
Our china department is complete and we are
offering some bargains in fancy handpainted china
that are hummers and will make fine presents for
In eatables we have anything the market affords.
In our dry goods window we have a curtain
made out of Eucalyptus Buds which was imported
from California and would make a nice Xmas present
for someone.
We can help you select a Xmas present for
every member of the family; come in and look thern
ouer. We believe you can find something to suit
taste as well as price.
From Friday's Daily.
Yesterday morning the stud
ents at Ibe lliidi school bad the
pleasure of beinr 'addressed ,v
Mr. 1-'. H. Switzer of t"nieisily
Place, who peuf yesterday here
in the interests of the Y. M. C. A.
tale organization, which hns de
cided this vear lo take up the
work of placing a state lliuti
school worker in the lb-Id to
reach the vuny: men and boys
a In 1 are students in the different
schools of the state. The address
if Mr. Switzer was in explana
tion of the work the urbanization
las done o far and its purpose
in reacinnb ut lo a-it wie
young men and boys to better living-.
There were a great many
of the students interested in the
clear-rut statements of the
peaker, who i the advanced rep
resentative of Ibe slate J I IX tt
chool worker who will come here
lo view the situation and de-
ermine the inetiil to be em
moved in making the work hen
apply 'o local conditions and give
the young, men and boys of the
High and grade scho l an oppor
tunity lo enjoy the e-l and
highest tilings in life.
nin nnnrtrnn!.,
A Dill uUuulDD
i-'rom !'rit:i I;ii!y.
The lix -ocial at I he Woodbine
scl 1 in di-trirt .No. la-l Sat
urday evening wa a deeid' d sne-
eess. The pl'ouratU eoliled of
a large number of -ng. recitation-
and tlialouue- and wa
greatly enjoved b I he birge
crowd in attendance. Thi- wa
the ir-t box social in W'oo.lbine
-chool p.r leu year- and the com
munity surely wa- glad to Hud it
a success. The teacher of thi-
li-tricl is Mathihle Iiouat. and
she and the pupils are -urciv
-ali-lied with the amount eaiio-d.
which happened lo be
The popular oimg lady wa
Maiie KatVenberge'-. The eol:te-t
Was between .Mi- Itoliat and Miss
KalTciibcriicr. but Marie ninviil t
be the lucky one. Mis- Kuffen-J
tiergei was thi nappie-i oun-
lad at Ibe school bolise. The
boes Were e IMiliM'l1 aill
some of them were beautiful.
Miss houat wishes to thank thoe
who so kindly assisted in making
this occasion a -ucce-- and
hopes they may be abb to -pend
another -neb a happ exenius lo
gethcr at th" -chool b..u-c.
i Pleasant Time at Tulene Home.
I flue of Ibe -i.-t ;i ( a t' ' !!.!-
ing jinitie .f tin- -.a-o 1 wa-
gcii bv .Ir. and Mrs. J. W. iu
b'tie and .liohte.-. Mi-- 1
at fhe;- borne. Ve-f of I.e.VM. .if
il"'ia e en -Cenier
h'M! a la rye number of their
fl'e;i.- w etl I -rl 1 1 p.ed 1:1 a
ino-t pba-ant nianiier. TXf
Ihe lai-'" room- '! rb-ared I
dancing, while a fhr;I r 1 was
turin-hed with table, fop If.
wh. wi-bcd to dav card-. ! 1 -iny
the evening a ino-i Iiviijmii -lunch
was .-:e. by Mr. a; d M, -.
TllielM-. .--i-fe.I .y Ml-. lie-..-
Ma- .11 or 1 m.ah.i. Mr-. A ,I-:m-and
.Mr-. W. A. I ii-
iT);e-t- deprllled fof their ..-,.'
declaring Mr. a-id Mr-. Tnler
aild f.UUllV the he-f of ell!
Entertains at Luncheon. .
Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. It. M.
Shlacs entertained a number of
their friends very plea-antly at
their aparttnenfs in the Coalcs
block at a luncheon, and the oc
casion was a most delightful one
for all who were present. Those
taking part in Ihe delightful
event were: Messrs. aod Mcs-
dames V. v.. Hoseneraus, .
Zucker, W. I). Smith, fi. S. Tidd.
Anaconda, Mfuilana, and Mrs. i:.
I.. CirybskT.
Genuine Syrup of Figs, this
week only, 35c. Gering & Oo.
Phone 36.
It conies in us from all sides
that one of ihe very Pe-t amu-e
inent organizations of the sea-on
is that presented by Hicbard- &
Pringle's I'amou- (u-gia Mins
trels, the big colored min-trel
aggregation, which will appear af
the Paruiele Ihealer on t'.bri-t-mas
night, and if glowing en
dorsements from the leading
press counts. Ibis organization
will present one of ibe be-
show- of its da-- ever seen in
this city. The big military band
street parade will be given at
noon. Seat- are now on wale and
we would advise that you secure
your seals early, at Weyrieh A;
lladraba's drug store.
Nalurdav evening lb.. of
l.oiii-vilie w i l ri.e.t i v a
ti-lii- encoiiitter between -.e:.d
Ilien elllpioVe-d 111 lie ij ;.'!! -
lhe-i and !!!" of the 1 uti
ill the o VV.I- ItoV I Il.ld.
wa- arraigned li'-i a few we.
,1'go on a charge of
against a vmng- it: i!i.- '-
Cilllly of I.oUl-VloC. Til" t:;."l
weie arraigned be..( .- .1 1 -:
Pj.p-t at tfiaf place th.- n.. 'ii
ing and eiifeied a p!.-a ..f o.:
guilty to the (baige- pref.-ried
I T.-
aain-' them. l!..!;nl . Mi
Taylor Will go to lha pbic-
afternoon lo 1
II. ! Ibe in.,'
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For that Xmas Dineer
You are sure to need many of the good things that
you will find at our store in the line of
Fresh Vegetables of All Kinds
Candies, Fruits and Nuts
We have made extra preparations for the wants of our
patrons this glad Christmas-time, when they all will
want a few the season's delicacies. Let us have your
order as early as possible.
A. G. BACH & CO.