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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914.
PLATTSKIOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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S. V. Ives of Spokane, Wash.,
who has been visiting here, left
on Monday for Shenandoah, la.,
to make a few days' isit.
John Clarence, jr., who has
been spending the winter near
liar! insrton, came in Tuesday
niirht for a visit with his-parents
and other relatives and friends.
Mrs. I-Yank'- Freiburp house
came Tuesday from Hushviile.
Neb., to see her aunt, Miss Mae
Clinkeubeanf, "who has been ver:
seriously ill the past few weeks
(1. W. Shrnder nd i'. I.
Ilhoden eame down lroin Itork
liluifs preeiuct Wednesday even-
inir and joined the crowd that
went to Nehawka lo nartieipaU
in the Ma-onie lodue meeting.
JJpar Morion went lo llurlinu-
Junrtion, Mo., lasi Friday
and visited Fveiett Hunt, who is
th' i-e taking treatment for in-
t!;: rnnial . ry rheumatism. Mr
Hunt has been steadily improv
ing and hopes to be permanently
lT. S. Town, who recently
bought the tl. H. Knight farm
souihwesl ..f here, has taken
possession and he and his family
are comfortably settled in their
new home, havinir moved in from
South Omaha. Mr. Town was
one of the welcome callers at this
oll'ice on Tuesday.
Tiecrpe X. I. aline is another
pioneer citizen who has been
quite- sick for several days, but
we are pb-a-ed to learn I hat
the iv is snM! improvement iu hi
condition. His health has been
failing somewhat the past few
years, and the denlh of his Wif
two weeks a-o added to hi- bur'
den of sorrow.
I'ncle K?ubm Foster, who for
a Jonir time has operated a wa
iron hop here, has srrown weary
at l!ie work, and will hereafter
make his home, with Fdwin Slice-
maker and family,1 on the farm
Southwest of town. Mr. Shoe
maker bought, ilie slnp and
eon ipments several w eeks airo
and is niovinir them out to th
farm, where he will make u -e of
them, ami Mr. Foster wiil work
in the shop only when he feel
so inclined or a lazy spell com
WEEPING WATER. . -
J- Republican. j
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Safe for Dabies, Effective for
Thaf' Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. It has the confidence
of our d;i;--is, who knows it
will ":ive you satisfaction. W.
W. Nessmith, Stae.-boro. ( la
says: 'I hae used Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound in my
family and have so), J it in niy
store and it never fails to cure."
Reruse a substitute. For sale by
all druggist s.
J Beacon. v
Horn To; Sir. and Mrs. Al
Compton, a son, on February 2,
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Al Heed went to (iermantown
Tuesday to look after his' farm.
He may conclude to move onto it
W. W. Perry, and daughter,
Gertrude, of Oranjre:.' California,
who are at Kipht Mile Grove
visiting" his mother, are expected
here next week.
W. II. licit s, southeast of town,
left for Holt county on bui-mess
regarding the stocking; Hp of his
ranch near Stewart.' ' -.
Mis. F. L. Hunter is aclinir as
substitute teacher . for t!u: pri
mary room until Hazel Crew
shall be able " to" return and take
up her duties.
Will Jameson came in from
the ranch at Sargent Monday afi
ernoon. lie reports things fine
ou there and says that the slock
is doing line so far ihis winter.
Mrs. 1 IT. Cojrlizer. and chil
ilren. of llavelock, visiteil her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Mc
Nurlin, from Friday until Sun
day evening, Sunday being her
father's seventy-third birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tighe of
llavelock came down Friday for
a visit with Mauley relatives. Mr.
Tighe returned home Monday
evening, while Mrs. Tighe re
mained until Tuesday evening,
the guest of her friend. Mrs. A.
M. Cole, in the east i-art of town.
Heath entered the home of Mr
and Mrs. Fed Wildriek last Fri
day morn ins- at 7:30. and elaimec
for its victim Grace May. the 10-
year-ohl daughter, who died from
the effects, of scarlet fever a Her
an illness of some time. The
funeral occurred Saturday after
noon at 2:80.
The Best Ccugh Medicine.
"I have used Chamberlain's
Cough Itemedv eer since I have
been keeping house," says F. C
Haines, of Marbury, Ala. "I con
sider il one of the best remedies
I ever ied. My children have all
laken it and it works like a
charm. For colds and whoop in:
cough it is excellent." For sab
by all dealers.
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John Mayer is slightly ini-pitnt-d
at Ibis writip.g. He has
had a trained nurse with him for
the past week.
F. l Wachter ;:iul family moed
ontit the farm formerly ncriipied
by Fret! Feidiir, the fore part of
Miss Myrtle f.yell r Urokeri
Fov. Nth.. arried here Wednes
day for a few da s isit w ith
relatives ai.tl friends.
M.iriin Hayes c.f Warren." Mo..
arrive.J j;1 town Thursday for a
feu days' i-it at the A. II. Van-landin-ham
Mrs. A. J. Anderson returned
Sunday from Giarti. Has., where
she has been visiting relatives
for the pal few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J.. F.arrett oT
IMainview. Texas, spent Friday
an.i Saturday at the home of Mr.
an I Mrs. C. F. Harretf.
olio Kelllehut is circulating
ain-ug; his friends aaiu after
having been laid up for some
liime with a severe attack of
Valley and F.rne-t Trumb'e are
home to stay, having completed
their business courscal. the Xe
braskfi School of JUisiness at
Lincoln last week.
On ,edm'May e-;iing" of this
we k a nuinber of relatives
giithered at the li )'ne of Mr. ami
Mi". Conrad WelenUamp, the
.)(( a-ion being the 7:id birthday
'anniversary of Mv Weiitcnkamj).
A' two-course -.uprier- was srved.
Albert Sodl's jn-jiiLi'sl child, a
little girl, is (juiie sick with an
attack of pneumonia.
IVte opp went to Avoca Mon
day evening to see his sister, Mrs.
Nulzman. who is quite. sick.
William Carroll js able to le
nt ai:ain after a spell of sick
ness that kept him in bed a few
Henry lleebner was over from
Murray Sunday ami spent the
day among his former play
mates. Fred Nulzman bt a smill grip
a couple of weeks ago and is
wondering who found it. The grip
was lost some place in Nehawka.
as he got o!f the train with it.
- C. A. Duckworth left Wednes
day morning for Colorado
Springs. He will visit the
sanitarium while out there and
be examined wilh a vbw- to find
ing whether he is bidding bis
The road leading east to 'It .- k
porl and on out by Herman Srlm
mal.er's. ), n dragged re
cently until it is one of the best
roads out of (own. John Opp has
caught the fever and talks in his
sleep about road drags.
Mrs. . o. Tucker is in Kan
sas, where she was railed last
week by the death. of her father,
John ' Norris. MrNorris was a
former resident of this county
and is well known here. His son.
E. H. Norris. of the Avoca neigh
borhood, rein rued from " at tend
ing the funeral. Saturday. .
Fast Friday night" timid people
who lo-ard a bombardment about
Jo o'clock off to the. west , of
Nehawka, go into their bomb
proofs; but it turned out to be a
lot of young' fellows, 'and old
fellows. who were ..treating
George Horshman. sr., lo anld-fa-hioned
charivari.- he haying
been married recently. '. iid
not learn the name of the lady. or
any of the particulars.
James Waters - left Monday
evening for Kansas to take a civil
engineerir-g" position.- ' :'
Mrs. Ada JLIuovjr . came down
Monday evening for a visit with
-M iv and Mrs.. lHuiry. MiUer. .
Miss Laura Meisinger : of
Plattsmouth came in Sunday for
a visit" wilh heK sister, Mrs. Geo!
Slothr. - ' '
Wjlliam Leller went to Omaha
Tuesday, returning; Wednesday
with Mrs Lefler, who has been in
a hospital at that place;
At the last minute Albert Kurtz
joined 'the Texas party, leaving
for Kansas . City with Messrs.
Clark," Ferguson and Fleiseh
Mrs. H. W. Miller came home.
Friday from. Lincoln in the auto
wilh 11. A. Williams. While there
visiting her son she had the mis
fortune to break her leg.
Mrs. Ralph Keckler and two
children, of near Mauley came in
Thursday - 'evening' to 'visit, the
former's mother, Mrs. Har'ns-Iterf-cr.
Mr. Keckler drove up
for the fa miHv Sunday. '
Last Safurday noon George
r.ogenricf lost his hoyse-, valued
at sf.ito, and all furniture, valued
at S30o. The house was inuied
ftr IDO and the insurance oi
the household goods vas'?150.
The lire was discovered by tin
children above the stove, but too
late to save the building or con
tents. " ;
Tom Ayers of Lincoln occupies
the editorial chair during the
absence of, the editor on a trip
with A. M. Ferguson and William
rieischniann to IMainview. Texas.
Mr. Ayers is an old newspaper
man and abundantly able to give
ur readers ample, and soflicient
food for tjioygbf. ; eIiope you
will treat him ,yell in our
l'ple ev erywher' -ai e talking
of I lie quick,, and line results
Foley Kidney. Pills., pivn in. back
ache, rheumatism, -kidney and
bladder troubles. "You cannot
take them into your system .with
out good results. That is because
Foley Kidney v ills give to the
kidneys and Madder - just what
nature calls for lo heal 'these
weakened ami inactive organs.
For sale by all 'druggists." 1
FORTY YEARS AGO
Item of Interest to Our Readers
j leaned from the Newspaper
Files of Many Years Ago.
been bought, replastered and re- Coou has four d ai.l i r ii. t f-r tb i; i . .
lilted iu good shape by the Chns jaL week they t!;a:.k six gla---.fl: a .J f. . ' f-. :
tian denomination, who are going of beer between Ho . s a
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lo Oeiiic;ile Ilie same on tlie in u i nrol Ur r I H:icii;n;t;i. ; ,..
Sunday in this month. Chancel-
- "lMerce," I lie welf known rang
er of the I5ee, called on us Tues
day. . ' - -' 1 ,
Messrs. Toman and Swearing
er of Louisville were in town Sat
urday and report things nourish
ing in that place.
John Chilcott of Liberty called
on the Herald Monday; a welcome
Mr. Doherly, the bishop's
chaplain, preached at St. Luke's
last Sunday," the' Rev. Mr. Hurgess
Fred Dorringlon, rosy, robbust,
steel-ribbed, and cast iron, with
strength and vigor, returned from
his surveying trip last Saturday.
Charles T. Seeley and wife of
Omaha have been here for a few
days on a visit to friends.
J: M. Meisinger takes a Herald
to read after this.
Walking into 'friend Huttery's
store Tuesday we lo-ard the fol
lowing: "'Dr. Stiles, put up this
prescription;" the doctor nut her
up, and the patient put her down,
and tin- Herald walked out glad
to hear that an obi print had got
Every once in a while a hand
some, rather poilly, healthy
faced man comes back to see us
and shakes the Herald heartily by
Mie hand, which his name is Cap.
We are guui io-not ir - Thomas
Mitchell's smiling" lace on out
streets once again, after a long
spell of sickness.
Mr. Christiansen and wife bade
odieu to IMallspiouth veslerday,
very much . to the regret of his
many friends here.- Such citizens
I'iil tsiijo;,; , can in afford to
iosc, Mr. Christiansen, informs
us he lias.no setlbil destination
as .ct. but will yjsjt friends in
eastern slates for a time. The
good wishes of their .many
friends here gro. with them wher
ever they may settle,
The Congregational church ha
lor Heiilon' of the t-tate univer
sity will ; officiate. asistei by
ol her .disl inguished men of the
slate.-' All are invited. A special
invitation is extended to the .min
isters and churches of the city.
The father of Mr. Irap-r of
Fight Mile Grove has been visit
ing his son the past week.
1. Wolcott, our Weeping Wa
ter neighbor, made glad the heart
of the Herald man last week.
Our friend. Ioty, still says
he's "all hunk" over on the Iowa
bottom, and though the waters
may rage, and the stumps grow
fewer and few er he still lives.
Cepb Metteer has purchased
the old lion Ton saloon, next
door to the Saunders House,
where tie will be pleaded have
his friends call and try his skill
as a mixer of good drink.
Julius ivppcrberg. the cigar
man. keeps two and three men
constantly employed making
cigars, and is rapidly pushing
his trade out to Cheyenne and
along the line of the F. I. Suc
cess to such men as I'eppei berg.
We learn that Miss Marrclt of
Concord. Mass.. who visited her
sister. Mrs. Mills, in IMat t snu-ut h
a year ago, was married on the
::ist till, to a Mr. Denny. Her
friends in I'Sattsmoiith all con
gratulate the happy couple and
wish them a long life of happiness.
A. G. Halt, the butcher, has
been fixing up his meat shop very
nice. Nice green wire blinds pro
led every door and window and
keep all the flits out. so thai the
meat is pure an 1 clean. His ice
chest is a marvel of i Ines arid
keeps both Hatt and the meat
from "sjuh'iiig" before their time.
Prof. Wise lias just returned
from an exlended trip "down
east" as far as New Hamp-nire.
He thinks that the times are no
harder here than elsewhere, and
that the people of Nebraska have
grent reason to be thankful that
they have md got a large manu
facturing population turned out
of doors and out of work. Here
at least, every man that want
1o can get work and make :l liv
ing anv wfT.
r a i
Joe I'airtodd shot eilit crane,
last Friday week, a:.d h and h--
brother hi''u-!il tlo-m in u
. . ' v w i , t I r '
pole, and it was all they "H ! j ,'( y ' ( t !(
. I -v .1.
La-t S.iluid.iy aft'-r:eon t!t
household elle.t- of I tie Iltej
Henrv Amis.-n weje .it-;. . ..r.
at public sa!'. M.-d of the a
tit les brought a good pric. .
r Mr. t-
TUO "drovs .'f tine C.lltk V.eMij"1 ' '?'-"
through ( 'jr city thi. w , .:
their wav to Chicago.
t. r Jr..
Morgan Wavbn-h: i- Iitvoi-i' '- ' "-
ii... i i...r t..f r. ..,,..'!,. v f-; .
IMK lf.l.l--4 4"i 1,1'- - ..'-i
inui of his Il-W ll"U-e. wh.i-h i.et-
i 1 ! I !
is gon; o teuld tins -prm-".
o .j . J ' i 1 i i r : .
know, i survey r. wis ad t . I t " '' ' '" '
the bar and pr-f o-. s to pr.-" ' .--e t " - r' "" "' ; v
law a'tr th:-. No more t
aries. no Spencer rr,!e. n-- !' -j
tramp in h ar.y ..;i-i.i '" -. ..; :.
but b lheij-.'t ort;ii to-Mte rre.j! '-; - f r . v
with hi feet on the fe-. l-r and j"-. ' ' -. ! ::- -
ins Coke in tii b.it:d. t;e w id rra-e ' ! ! . to . o i
himself $ buck fi.'S of k T ' ' ! v ' : I . - ; A 'r-.-e.
points and hi eh . :' n 'o !
resnund in th" ba!! f ju-l j; p . - , .
fop everyiuore. j ' - .. , g i, ;.
ho - J.'!.- . !
The ob Itfook IioUe j !,, t'-j. ,..' . a, . s .
!! Iliore; while We We'.i-.-n.e l!i-:, r !-. t -.
new men. and t!o- p.-.x rane, ( . ,
:r.o-t h-aitil. we shall part with j ; x , A
the old familiar -i-u wi'h '- ' t . ; ; ; ? . ,
It i identiried with th- i a-! hi-!
tory of Pbittsm.-uffi. and with the' ,
fortune of u:;,;iy of ber ; .:-!;'!; . . ' j
presej.t cit i f' . . M i: '
to. of Chic.igo have p n I.:.
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M.ijor Haw lev. .. . ..f the t:r.-.. . .'.f'. . r
will take cl,:o-g" a.l open tb- . .... .
li.e.i.i- I lie ir-w i rer.":, er. :
alreadv r i.ted
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t!ie rln'-e i-y Ja-i'-lv ai d i 1
; to make fur'her o.; jo , . ;
fi-enls at o;.ee i'l l p-:' !-.!-
.v c-v i h ;: g ;:i t'r-!-c?.i do;-.-r.r'il
TMke a ti"st--!.:. h-e-e f
lite old U"-'K-. We like !!:e get.
Ui and i!e .f tlie t Tio 1
very muc!i. and thu.k th.-v w '!
open a i;ew er a m le ' : r -
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I ' 1 l .ll s j i . . ( ; , t ' - " .,
tiie ecen. rv around here, tfo- '.-.; - j j
ilrive, cJc. ouglti I .l.ir.o .
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visitor and guest. a I we !
lieve the jo-vv h"!el w;!l d a -iv-ing
busi:e u;-d r the ro-.v mai:.
agement. It i t I re.i-hr i-'"-e.
;if'-r ore ,.f N bra-ka" m'
favored. p-,':'-i n"t tru-ti-.J of
eitiens. ; i v e r i ; t Snunder: a . I
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BUYING TO SAVE MONEY.
Ituying Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound saves money, bwau.se
jUs.l a few doses- slops IJlCi A-'Wfslx
md cold and one bottle lasts a
aficr wbicli Go- f--hoi i nder of the hong lime. j ipiirkly heals law
evening was pent, in gaiue?.. a:id
visiting. At a iMe lnMir the
gii-?..- departed for their homes,
wishing Mr. Wetenkamp "many
happy returns of the day.
and dnllanotl surface. ..rlme
ticktiug tliifaf. harsh. . lsirjiiu'
coughs. ci.-oup, hoarseiess.. broa
chial and la grippe coughs. ": For
sale by all druggists.
A girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Scbroeder on Monday,
F. A. Fager has accepted a
position in W. F. Piers general
tore as assistant jn the grocery
Jacob Keiser has sold his farm,
west of town. The Courier has
not been informed as to Mr.
ei'ser's plans for thef uture;
W. F. Krecklovv was al Oma
ha and Council HlufTs Tuesday on
business. He purchased a three
horse-power Westinghouse mo
tor to operate his machinery.
Hiehard l.oberg - has sold his
property in the east part of town
which he is now occupying, to hi?
brother, Han - Lofierg, d he eott
sidyi al ion ..being- .;f4)o. . - ..
Mr. and Mrs, L'."t; Todd -'-of Ne
havvka. who are pending the
winler in Lincoln. passed
through town Monday, on tlie
s-huyler, ' ",e:t . route- h l'lalls
moulh to attend the Tnnfral rf
Ami It. Todd. I- !; ;
Henry FJen is here fropi
C.lieyenne counly visiting" Iris
niolloM Mrs. George Myers, and
other relatives. In calling at. the
Courier ollice he reported every
thing in a. nourishing' condition
in I he west . ' ?
At 1he liouie of Mr. and Mrs.
I Ian AVilliams was a most pleas
ant gathering" Tuesday evening.
The occasion was a farewell
parly given by t he, friends aild
muuhbors of . Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liams.' who leave 'soon for their
new home in 'Alv ; - -. - ; .' '
:.Tjiues Ingrjin . was . called" to
Lawrence, Neb!, the fore part of
the vveek; to the be'1ide' of drji
mother, wtio is jn a critical con
dition, at the. home of her (laugji
ler. Mrs. J. M! Wiley, su'lfe ring
ftoni enlargement, of. the heart
and obi age. Mrs. Irigrim is in
her 78th year. She was a. pioneer
resiilenl" of ; Jhis pari, of Cass
counjy. .' -.' v, ' - -.
Sale starts February Gth continues 0 days closing February- 11th.
Goods discounted and charged on account are payable GO days from date.
fUm N 1 ; 1 m L,-i
Tlte liU'est slock of Tabic linen
in the city for the next
- ; 9 day at
Wool Dress Goods
Looks ok1 lo lot.s of pfHiphr at our I'M j r
rent Ji.eoiint .Sale. rJ'his inrans l.'Ji
Ter yard oods tusts you 1 t
yard and have a laro
toek to select from.
al from i'.V to i jt ;-nrr -r.
fn ill !- h-'oVin;, f.r
f;jw s-iti ;it t !f j-ri
J. N. Joiibjn and vvife vvere
tM.rftii;-"i' this j oor-n-ju Joe
Mfali.t'i where thy ."-vvjll -Visit for
the da'y vv'n h the.brother uf Mr.
Jordan's" at St. Josephs nospiial;
where he is taking: treatment.'
This Sale is on Our Entire Stock of Merchandise
l "Excepting O.N.T. Thread, Carpet AVarp, Muslins. Carets. Hugs, Linoleums at: i r.vries.
No discount on" 2
: than $1 - i
E..G.DOVEY (EL SON
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