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THUnSDAY, JUNE 1S, 1S.4.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
AND YOU WILL NEED A GOOD
Y have a otx! stock of the verv best of
Standard Ianila Twine and are
now booking orders for this Twine at
prices which are far cheaper than this
irrade of Hinder Twine was ever sold at
Let Us Handle Your Order
....and Save You IV.or.cy....
G. P. EASTWOOD
v.itli Mi-- I. -mis Knller ul I.iteh
i mil. Neb.
j Al':l 1 !!, ia:i, who ha- been
; o Y;i h:! ri-. f-r two weeks put-Mi--
Alia l.im. Ii w. l to Line.. in , in ai-:,fa. i .-S u i n.ti home
i -....I... i
A. I . Si.il' .- was m M'.ifiJ.'.-k
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a la: - ri ii u : - a I i u .
Mr. aini .Mr-. Ikr Tdane -;!;' a
lew !ay. i;!mi: t i i ! ! dtu-ht'T.
Mr-. Sci!. r Wolfe, al !laeoik.
r rtut niir-r home Monday.
V.. I. owe ! ill" Liin-'tln ;rnin
. :. iit wa- i-it in-j 1 '" and 'r- J 1 1 1 j - f the Kan-a-
i ! l.i.i;-. ! '.iitla. i'-dy r:in C.o. were in A!o in-
J. 1'. ii- .li-l iui-in"-- at t lir ! ' l m-' r. al..! - Mo,,, lay.
ii'it"! t!.v M"':-! iy. j Mr. a;;. I Mr-. I'::u i;- 'I'm. I of
Mi-- Aim,: ; '!! a- in Liu- ! Mu-doek .-prut Saturday until
i . iir: M- -lay 1 1 i 1 1 u . j .M.M:ta i-iMnir llu-ir l -inirhtrr.
f ;:n kinm r v. a - ii'in- the city j Mr. .M'-Krn:i.;i a;i-l family.
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lar'r ii?iii''A ami - I'l'i'i! i n - in thr
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:. r ! l.!'a-.-!n J'i i.la. 1 im;mii r'."I.
Thr r ial nirr!iiiir- r i'hIim-! rd
in thr fprt f. 'n rhimh hv Jp-V.
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rk !! Hl-
Al. .lai'lr- H!1'I witr .if Sutf
', w.-jv ii: !n!i Wfilnr-iiay.
I'.i.i C.iai'p wii! t " Li Mr ifii 'I "i '-' -u
M . ::.. v. !.. i.. i-i i.i- ant" h"inr. t v -1 1 ; ami v. 1 1 a f I rnil.-, . t).
Mr-. .1. I. IP'U-. i-!t--. i.i l.m-j li'-v. inrinl' ;- wa- lak n in.. Iii
. ..i : !i "t!i Satur.i.iy until Tin--- j r h n ri.
;-i:i .i v. h
Mi-. :.',' M .1 'n V,w y ami
Mi-, a"! Mr-. . !'. I"i iT-oman. -r..
i,!...!i,- a r.ii.plr i!;n- 1 a - f j ' u:i.av mir-ls at t h-:in
w,,-k. j"t' M'-. : 1 1 1 1 M'i--. Sam Ta-hnri-.
T. V. r.ti.pi! ! t-.'-k ilui'irr I uc-- whrr-r lhr h.n) an al'iimlanrr f
witii i. '. I- i-r -rinan. -i.. a ''1 i f li.-M.I rha-kt-n.
iaimK. j Mi -. N''l s!i. (Vrp an. I "n. 15"--.
Will. am 1 1 . . i I l"r:i r-ity' "f !.-nrr. :i.i.. i-itr,I with Mi-.
Plarr ". t- Si;:-f!ay vit!iam! Mr-. .T. A. ShaffT fr.ni YVnJ-
ll.-ri.-'! l'r. !'!-. n--. lay until FrMny. M'--. J. A.
M. . Sti pi- at;.? M'I l'.ar.- m i ' Sh a (Vt air. -mpa n ir tlmm l.i Lin-
T 1 1 r r h a ! 1 1 nfl'irr- r:-r Ii! 1 . ! ". ' ! ! ! j '' ' ' 1 h ' ' !' UfH ll"llir.
M. -..,' " i ia.-mr--. I Mi-- Marurry Iia.il ar a h.ni-r
Mi-- !!.- T'k!r;- .if I. inc. ! ii pa ! 1 i-i!a n nt il Snn-lay. Thu-r
-:. ; frv 'la' - with M i -s i pi'--' rt WIT.-: Mi-r- Yal.'ntinr
I$'a!itm M".ir t!li- M''k.
Mr! -,-. P.-th.r Mvrr-. Harl
piof Sp:.i!-" aial fanuh U-i t j ' I"' i . f nr- l. N.-ll A'l-
M :lav I., u.akr lli.ir J'i 1 1 u r-! : i n - "i 1 . i ' r. l n . '." n -1 i ! W'ilkin
J i . . r ; i . in -,iplit rn l!r I i !'. a n i i. j " 1 "f Pr-lhanr- ami Alma (;.n.hr
Mi-- Amrlia K mm a'. m;- i ami .( :... k ..f K!m-
A'hla Kl'i-M -A'ir lrailia-' i : '"" ' ' " ' ' i h a ip I" I'a i: !r. .J . h. n
i m.-.a !"h! iv r 1 i . 1 " I i - . i : i . j ami N''..r K"rMan an. I 'anr'
Mr. s. i ;..lr- rui'l Mr-. r.'aT-a ! a r-I . I'liry attrn.lr.l rt pirlnn
J: . -ti f a.iaj -.-n. r,-r in , ian. In j h"v at I aan.v...i Salunlay rrn.
Some Good Cattle.
Tho Journal force were mighty
well pleased to -ee one of its good
friends, iu the person of A. U.
Jioedi-ker, from near Xehawka,
la-t Monday evening, who was in
I he city for a few hours, return
ing home from tjouth Omaha,
where he- had hern with a car of
cattle. There were '22 head in
the load and brought -K.fio on
tin- market. Tin y were bought at
an arrai:e weight of pounds
and were -old at l,iaO, alm.'sL a
aim-pouml-uaiii iu livr and one
half month-. Tln-y were sold
ihrouh the Wood Urn.-. agenc,
at South Omaha. Mr. ord.-ker
was well plea-ed with the market
and the uain ii fredintr.
I- MURDOCH. -
lan P.'n !lrr was in Lincoln
Saturday and Surdav.
Thr S. wrick si-Irrs. I'.lia and
Ka. were lioinr hmt Siimlav.
YV. 1. r.!d!r was in Lincoln
Thui-day lirtween iraius.
Tfie (P.rhry -i-ti is. Martha
and Minn, w.-rr hofnr rr Sunday.
.M'--. II. Iai-' -i-t.r. Lillian,
a ;a! s . i. w rjr i - i t i 1 1 gr her the past
A rii ui nf yoiinir people went
In the Klir-rr farm Sunday for a
gooil f iiiir.
Mr-. . n. ;ille.-pir wa isit
iiil: rIa!ir- in Lincoln a few
ia- la-t week.
Mi.ni To Mr. and Mrs. F.mil
Mill.--, a line rii:hl and ne-half-poimd
l'". on .tune 1 2.
Y ra I'.i-rnliuf irlurnrd from
ir;:nd 1-land Ia-t Thur-ilay. -ay--he
had a iroml himr and a
The litllr s.ri of Mr. and Mr
A. J. T""l had thr mi-fortune of
breaking hi- collar boiie Tuesla
t en i r, i f la-t W erk.
The weather man sent in a
daily rain eery nit:hl of la-t
week, which helped the coin and
potaloe-. 1 m 1 1 niiuht ru- tin
W he 1 1 .
Mary l!u-b had Ihr mi-forlum
of brrakins both bmir- i. 1 1 1
I..rr part of !i"r arm la-t 1 ridny
morninir. but from la-l port
In r arm i- grtfrna- along nicely.
Ir. -lour- and family went t
Lincoln Thur-diy morning in
their car to alien, (he gradual-
illg eeci-rs of Mrs. .Tone
brother, r.harle- Moon, and wen
caught in the rain and had to re
turn home on thr Rock l-land
X". t i.
From Tuesday's Dally.
Mrs. Jay Vaughn departed yes
terday for Sioux City fur a short
visit with friends'.
Mrs. John V. Chapman return
ed to her home in Lincoln this
afternoon, after a short visit
here with her parents.
Mrs. V. L Brooks departed
this afternoon for Lincoln, where
she will attend the state conven
tion of the 1'. K. O. f"r a few days.
Charles Fetzer and wife carne
in this morning from their home
at Louisille to attend the Patter-son-Fetzer
wedding this eening.
Mrs. A. F. Seybert of Cullom
was in the city yesterday for a few
hours looking after some matters
of business with the merchants.
Mrs. j. M. Young departed this
morning on No. ( for Albia. low a.
where ;-he -Aas called by the
serious illnes.- of her sister in
F.dilor T.ee J Mayf-eld nf the
Louisville Courier was in the city
today for a few hours looking af
ter some matters of busine.-s at
the court house.
Mrs. Y. A. Taylor, who re-ides
south of thi- city, wa- a pas
senger lo Kirkille. M., Sunday,
wlu re she will i-it relaties anil
friends for a I hip"1.
married man. without chil
iln n. to work on farm. sin. on
p"r month. llou-e furni-he.
Steady job. Mli-t bae pood ref
erence. II. Y. Server. (JlrU-
w I, Tow a. "i-IS-Jtw
Farm for Sale.
Impr.Ar.l soacre farm, one and
! hr e-mia rlr rs mib' north of c.
hawka. r. r;.nd orchard.
buildimr- all painfe.) and in good
repair. Fery fo.. of ground i
tillable. Write or .-ee owner.
(H!o Scliacht. Nehawka, Neb.
i.n l Fni pi.i'-e Monday
onnt of the rain
('.. ft. .l-wdau ha- re! n rm d i ' ' v '' !i!,iinn at limni' Su:ala
houir aft.-r -p. ;i lii''- Irn das in j 1 ;i "ad o f pirn irking, a f hey had
I'lat I -moii ; h o-' roi.iilv lmsine-. I intruded.
Mi-- Mar ie Tl;!a-h. r eiit. -' tai l-j
r d So ! ' . !a tit
"o..d and Lillian Y'-rk of Lin
coln. The Afi--e- Y.-ra I'i-ot;lv ami
Rubv M'.iie left Momla;. f.-r a i-it
Heating Stoves Wanted.
Wanted t.. ,uy all kinds of
! heating -..e- at the coiner of
Fi-hlh and ChiraL'o Ave.
Two Fine Threshing Machines.
Krom WfMlnosilay's I;ii!y.
Two large and up-odale ("asr
thre-hinu machines h;ie .just
been leejed here Mr. M.T'..
an-peakrr. the local agenl. for
ib ie!y n two of Ih" farmers of
tiii- iciui(y. The machines are
of (he tpe thai has In me in
general u-e Ihroii-'hoiil the west,
and are de-tine. for Carl Syrgum
and R. L. I'l-op-t for use this sea--on
in the wheal lirlds. The -uc
i'e-s of I be Ca- machin's ha
l"'i'M rrmarkabb- and Mr. Man
spraker has in Ihe a-f I wo years
di-o-d of a large number of
lliriii io Ihr ilillerent farmers.
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THE CAMPAIGN MANAGER, PLATTSMOUTH JOURNAL, PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
GOOD FOR 500 VOTES
CAMPAIGN rHfiGEn, THE PLATTSMOUTH JOURNAL
Town or R. F. D Contest District No .
As a Candidate in The Journal Prize Contest.
Signed Address .
This Nomination Counts 500 Votes. Not over three nomination blanks will be credited to each
contestant. The nominator's name will not be divulged until after the contest and only then at
C. L. Jean and wife were pas
sengers this morning for maha.
where they will visjf fop the day
with their daughf er-in-i aw, Mrs.
Will .lean, at the hospital.
ew, who will visit here at the
home of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs II. T. Batten.
Attorney A. G. Cole and wife re
turned home this morning on N..
15 from an extended trip through
the east visiting at the old home
of Mr. Col in Ohio, and also-at-.
points in West Yirginia. j
Misses Katie and Mary Katl'en
berger and Mrs. (ieorge Kafl'en
berger were passengers thi
morning for Omaha, where they
go to spend the day looking afier
some matters of business in that
Charles Patterson, who has
been here visiting for a few days
with relatives and in attendance
at the wedding of his m-phew.
Jack 'Patterson, departed thi
morning for his home at Arapahoe.
Is the Thing 1
Miss Celia T'alicek depailed
this morning on a vacation (rip f
si-veral weeks to bcimT and
P.onbler, Cobradi. where sire will
enjoy the mountain climale and
visit with friends. She was ac
companied as far as Omaha by
her sister. Mis- Pauline.
Mrs. A. L. Tidd depa'"iVd t.s
terday afteriioon for Lincoln
where .-he will allend the stale
convention of the P. F. o society
held in that city. She was accom
panied to the capital cily by l'r
sual llrndd who will visit (here
willi relatives for a short time.
Carl Scl.midtman. who is em
ployed in Omaha with the Iuex
e Shoe Co., came down last e e
ning mm 'o. 2 to be pre-nt at the
Pal t rson-Feler w-dding.
Mrs. It. S. nanisey wa- in Ihe
city yesterday for a short lime
looking after soce bu-ine-i- mai
lt ers and departed on the stub"'
for Lincoln where she i slaving
at the home of hrr -i.-ter. Mrs.
Wm. T-'oxwell. Mr. Foxwell is
very low and his physjriaus hold
out little hope fop Iii- recovery.
William ltarclay departed yes
he. lay afternoon for lla-tiugs
where he poes to attend the con
vention of the Fraternal order of
F.agles. being a delegate from (he
local aerie of the order.
Mrs. W. n. Bryan and dauchler.
Mis- Lucille, departed last, even
ing for Kirksville, Missouri, where
they will consult a specialist in
regard fn the teratment of the
Superintendent of Schools W.
!. Prooks deparled this after
noon for Xe.lasha. Kansas, where
he goes to attend the marriage of
his brother. Superintendent F. Ib
Jp-ooks of the Culhrie, Oklahoma.
Alberl Fickler of Stanton. Xeb..
arrixeil la-t evening from his
home in the northern part of the
stale and will spend a few hours
here visiting with relatives, as
well as old friends. lie was call
ed to South Omaha to look after
a car of stock.
IL A. Ttrooks arrived last even
ing on the belated No. L' from bis
home at Marion. Towa. and visited
here for a few hours with his
brother. Superintendent. W. O.
Ttrooks and wife. Mr. Ttrooks is
engaged in traveling for a large
school supply house and took the
advantage of a short stop here.
Prom Wednesday's Danr.
J. K. Tuey departed last eve
ning for pern, where he was call
ed to look after some matters of
business for a short time.
Frank Finkle and J. It. Roddy
drove up this morning from their
home near I'libm to look after
some matters of business in this
Mr. Pio-encrans r Plall-niouih
was in the rily esterday after
noon on a vi-it with eMayor J.
A. Iticliardson. He made the trip
in his' auto and found the roads
very nice until he wa- south of
W.Noming. when he ran inlo mud
ami wlu re it showed considerable
rain had fallen. Nebraska City
Mrs. J. F. McTanie and dauch
ler. Miss Fllen Ddl. departed this
morning on No. 5 for Kansas City,
from where they go In Salina.
Kansas, for a visit with Mrs. Mc
Daniel's mother and sister, and
then go on to Seattle. Washing
ton, for a isit with Mrs. Alien, a
laughter of Mrs. McD.iniel. They
will be gone several months.
From Thursday's Iaily.
Roy pepperbei g was in the city
yesterday from Lincoln to look
after his interests iu the cigar
Fred Jamla returned this aft
ernoon from Uaveloek. where he
was attending to som.- matters of
business for a short time.
Mrs. F. A. Kirkpatrick nf Ne
hawka, who has been i-il ing in
Omaha fr a short time, returned
to this city this afternoon to at
tend a session of the Fijual Fran
John Miller was a passenger
Ibis afternoon for Omaha, where
he was called to look after soim
mailers of business for a f'W
We feature price because
you're accustomed to it
but really price is a lesser
consideration. The fact
is figures are but the blut
of a pen.
Quality is the thing which
lasts and influences you
to come again.
Electrio Shoe Store
SOUTH SIXTH STREET
..BRING IN YOUR REPAIRS..
Paul Lutz was a business i -i t -or
in the metropolis today, u inu
to that city on the rally Darling
Roy Dunii-'k was a passenurr
thi- afternoon for Omaha, wlure
In was called to attend to some
mat (ers of bu-ine--.
D-Mi UIi mI'ni of Murray was iu
the cit for a lw hours last
evening looking alter -onm mai
lers of bu-iiie-s with the merchants.
Mrs. W. W. Moore wa.- a r-as-.-ener
this morning for Omaha
for a few hours and will departl
this aflernoon for- S'-huvIrr, N'-i..
where she wid join her hir-band.
who is ena-rd in m-wspaper
work iu that city.
A. L. (lash, our of the candidate-
'..r I In' o flier of Con a ly Sup
eriu ! em i'"i t on liie republican
ti'-ket. ami W. M. Thoir.a.-, b dh
of Loui-ville, were in the cilv lo
day for a few hours, bring regis
tered at the Perkins Ibui-e.
Rex Young and sisler, Mrs. F.
O. Lyman and bubr, of Murray,
were i-itors m thi- cilv ?.hnday.
W. M. Philpol "f Weeping Wa
ter came 1 1 1 ye.-lcrday to -prnd a
few hours in this cily looking ai
ler mailers of busine.-s.
M. C. Pu-hnell of Soulh I tend
was ailemliiig to busine.-s matter-
in this city e-lerday and
made this ot:'n u ph a-ant call.
W. V.. Ro-rncrans was anion-'
the pa-scner-, ihi- aflrriioon or
Omaha, whrre he wa- ralb d lo at
Inid lo -oine bu-iurss mailers for
a few Imurs.
Attorney W. C. ll.im- - of lm:i
ha was jn the cily le.Iay for a I" '.v
hours looking afl'-r -on,.' mailers
in the dislrirl court.
Mi s. joe Kline and sou. Millard,
of omaha. are in the city for the
day visiting with their many
friends. Mildred has just re
turned from Cornell uniersjy,
where he was assist in- in the
-chool woik there, as well as tak
ing a po.-t graduate cour.-e.
Mrs. O-rar Wilson was am Tig
Ihe pa-seners thi- moroing" l'.r
Omaha, where -he was railed lo
look aft'i- some mailer- of bu-i-nr-s
or Ihe day.
James It. Tipton. who ha
charpe of Ihe wagon bridge al the
Plalle iier. came jn thi- after
noon to look aflej- -oine trading
I with t he merchant s.
Mrs. D. ".. Morgan. Mrs. F. W.
Cook. Mrs. dertrude Morgan and
Mrs. T. 11. pollock deiailed this
morning for Lincoln, where they
will allend Ihe stale convention
of the P. F. O. sorbly and also
will be entertained with other
members of Die Plattsmoiith
chapter at a luncheon by the
Plait-mouth club of the capital
Mi-s Ruth Johnson wa a pas
senger this morning for- Omaha,
where she got - to attend a picnic
to be given in thai cily by tin'
diocrr-' association al Krug
Hon John J. ; ill in. formerly
treasurer of South Omaha, and
al pr-e-ent in the internal !enue
collector's otlice at Omaha, is jn
the rity looking oer tin' persons
who are liable for inrom tax.
While here he was a calba- al Ihe
Journal offire for a social chat.
Mr. dilliu is one of the prominent
democrats nf Douglas county.
Miss Yesta Douglass departed
this morning for Linroln, where
she will visit for a short time at
the home of her sister, Mrs. E. O.
Sam Shoemaker and William
Slark.jolin were passengers this
morning for Omaha, where they
vvi II spend the day looking after
oiiie business affairs.
I". J. Raber and sister, Mrs. J.
K. Sea. of Newton, Kansas, are in
the city making a short visit at
Ihe home of their cousin, Mrs. Al
fred Fdgerton and family.
Dr. d. II. dilmore and W. d.
Itoedeker of Murray were in the
city last veiling for a few hours
visiting with friends and looking
ifler some matters of business.
Miss Jennie Ratten who has
been visiting at Newman drove.
Nebraska, for the past. few days.
returned home last . :evenmg
bringing with her her little neph-
Miss Tonv Jam! i was aiming
the passengers this morning for
Omaha, where she will spend a
few hours looking after busbies
Ralph' Marshall came in this
morning from Chicago where he
has been for some time enjoying a
visit in that city with relathcs
Mrs. T. A. Sluecl.lin and two
children departed this morning
for Watson, Mo., where they will
visit until Sunday in that place
Elmer llartman of dlemvood
was a isjtor in Ibis cily yester
day for a few hours looking after
some matters of business in re
gard to his bakery.
Robert Walling came jn lal
eeuing from Omaha, wln-rc he
has been attending school for the
past year, and will spend his vaca
tion here with his parents.
To Colorado, California,
TOURIST FARES S Pacific
In Effect Daily, Until September 30, 1914
Vacation time is here. The question "Where shall I o this
summer" must be decided now. Let us assist you in forming
your plans by sugestin a number of pleasant and restful
trips that may be made within the limits of your vacation
period. Mountains, sea shore, camping, fishing any diver
sion that will take you away from your cares for awhile and
bring you back with renewed energy to take up your duties.
Standard Road of tbe West
will tell you of a score of pleasant trips, if you will signify that
you desire to take a vacation that is different than any you
have ever taken before.
We will also tell you more about the re
duced round-trip Summer Tourist Farts,
routes, stop-over pririleges, side trip and
give you other interesting: information that
will be of asilauce. to you. Apply to
W. S. BASIHGER, G. P. A.,
' Misses Anna and Josephine Rys
ami Miss Marie Svoboda were
passengers this morning on the
early Burlington train for Oma
ha, where they will i-it. for the
day looking- after some matters pi'j
CI An BED f.rnr1 down nnnn nauorBiT
"'-l nnnArroe CHEAPER THAN REVT1NC NO CROP, NO rAYVENT. Itr.l f : '
Vni.rca imnnm a4 wild lud. H'tiftoil, cUtmumiI. Near R.R.. Srhool. n4 L'
Nftl-tll T')lrnfa C"4. Cheap fuel. Pne ftlS to $li pr acre-!0 annual pinna ftl.
"UllU J-114Ull or f crop each yrar. Cminuu.riaajr. re tare, te purckra. t
s" peuktry:DIU Write cr see Tl: L E. IfAAS CO., 215 Jbdna B!d.,Kin:ea;cas, Miai !
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