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THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL,
Make Your Wants Known
If You Have Anything for Sale,
Rent or Want to Buy or Want
Help, a Little Ad Will Do the
Advrrisemeiits under this liadinr. Five
Cents ikt lint-. f-aCu iiiM'rtion. No advertle
nit'iit tiikori for less than 1 en CVnts. Ads will
be figured at six words to the line.
FOR SALE A number of good
Hampshire spring boar pigs, at
10 each if taken at once. C. li. Todd,
Plattsniouth, Neb. f-l5-4tw
POK SALE The G. F. Switzer
quarter, three miles southwest
of Nehawka. For particulars see or
write Henry M. Pollard, Nehawka,
Poli SALE-Fine Holstein bull calf,
eligible to registry. About two
weeks old. Mrs. J. 1'. Tritsch, Platts
COl SALE Nice pair of two-year-
old bay mare colts: they are good.
Come and see them. J. M. Holmes,
Z4OH SALE Two-cylinder Auburn
Auto, in line running order. Good
car for the money. Will consider some
trade. J. M. Holmes, Murray, Neb.
T?OK SALE Farm ef 121 acres, 5,'2'
miles northeast of Union. 14 acres
hay land. '20 acres pasture timber, rest
in cultivation: well improved. Price
right if taken soon. Address Miss
Etta Nickels, Murray. Nebr.
pOll SALE Improved 80-acrc farm,
lr miles north of Nehawka, Neb.,
Good orchard: buildings all painted
and in pood repair. Every foot of
ground is tillable. Write or see owner,
Otto Schacht. Nehasvka, Neb. t'dS-Gtw
pOU SALE Oil RENT The Bcrger
cottage, consisting of 6 rooms, and
elegantly located in Murray. For
particulars call at the Uerger hotel.
T?OU RENT Farm. Inquire of S.
O. Cole, Mynard, Neb. fi-S.lmo-v
WANTED A married man, with
out children, to work on farm.
$40 per month: house furnished: steady
job. Must have good reference. II.
W. Seeger, Glenwood. Iowa. 6-lS-2tw
IF;YoU WANT Your well cleaned
call on W. II. Barr. titdtw
NOR SALE Good Deering binder,
almost new. cheap. Chas Schwab.
FOR SALE Beautiful Shetland po
nies at all times, for the next 100
years, unless I die in the meantime. I
have now an extra line stallion, the
lcst in the state, for sale Well broke
for both harness and saddle. Wm.
Gilmour, Plattsniouth, Nebr., R. F.
D. No. 1.
The chorus of raindrops com
posed of tiny boys, and the chorus
of sunbeams composed of tiny
girls, will be strong features of
the operetta at the Parmele on
Tuesday evening. Come see the
little folks perform.
Best result? are secured by ad
vertising in the Journal.
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Serious ?ickiie? start in dis
orders of (ho stomach, liver and
kidneys. The best corrective and
preventive is Dr. Kind's New Life
Pills. They Purify the Blood
pi-event Constipation, keep Liver,
Kidneys and Bowels in healthy
condition. Give you better health
by ridding- the system of fer
menting and gassy foods. Fffeet-
and mild. 25c, at your Drug-
StaO of Ntl.raska. County of Cass.
IJv virtue ..I an or.i. r ..f s-nle issued !
.lames Koi.ertson. clerk of the district
'..urt. witliin ami for Cass county, .Ne-l.ia-ka
a tul to me directed. 1 will on
tlie :17th !av of July, A. Ik l&H. at 10
.. i lo. k a. t:i. of said day at Hie soutli
d.xr of the court house in said county,
pell at puHic auction to the lushest
likhler fur cash the following property,
i. .-wit: Fractional lot No. One Jlun
nvil Twelve (11 in Section Nineteen
i lit i in Township Twelve ii2t north, in
l:an'se 1'otirtecn (14t, Kast of the 6th
j m The same beinar levied upon and
taken as t he property of VV. S. I'.rittain,
v ! .. real name is Walter S. I'.rittain;
VV W. Windham, whose real name is
Wade YV. Windham; Minnie Windham.
William I.. Huike, Julia Uurke and
Kot.ert I!. Windham, .Jr.. defendants, to
satis-fv a judgment of said court recov
ered 'liv the I'laltsmoiith Loan and
Jtiiiidins .Association, a corporation,
plaint it:', against said !efendants.
I'lattsmouth, Neb., .June ;, A. P. 1914.
C. P. QflNTON.
Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska.
IN Till-: lUSTKICT CO I I IT K TIIK
( til M l OK CtSS tultlt ASKA.
In Ke-Kstule of Delilah Schwab, De
ceased. VOTHK OF iAI.M
Notice is hereby Riven that in pur-Fiiatit-t:
of an order of Hon. James T.
j:.-i?Iey, Judsre of the District Court of
i'ii.-s Countv, Nebraska, made on the
lirst day of June. A. D. 1914. for the
ale of the real estate hereinafter de
scribed, there will be sold at the south
hunt door of the Court House, at
J 'iattsmotith, Cass County, Nebraska,
on the 1st day of August. A. P. 1014. at
It-it o'clock a. m., at public vendue to
the hiKliest bidder for cash, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wit:
I,ot eight (S), in the Northeast quar
ter INK1,) of the Northwest ouarter
l.N'W4i; lot fifteen (IT.), in the South
east quarter SK', I of the Northwest
quarter (XW41; lot twelve tl-. in
th" Northwest quarter (NWV) of the
Sou tli west quarter (SW'i: lot eleven
4 1 in the Southwest quarter (SWUl
of the Southwest quarter (SW,4). and
1 lie Kast half i ll- t of the Southwest
quarter (SW1;). all of Section twenty-
irht C'i. in Township eleven Mil
North. Iian;p fourteen (14), Kast th
1". M.. in tl:e County of Cass, Nebraska.
Said sale to remain open one hour.
Paled this rOth day of June, A. P.
CJIAKI.KS H. SrinVAIl, executor- of the
la-st will and tfjiamoiit ef. Delilah
IiAYVXS &. ItOCKKTSON.
Aley T. Kiles went to Murdock
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer was in Lin
Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. Buyles
were in Lincoln Tuesday,
A. I. Bird and family spent Sun
day with his mother.
Mrs. Liza Craig went to Omaha
Wednesday to visit her daughter
Dell Tyson went to South Bend
Fd Evans and Elmer Barrett
went to Lincoln Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Murley went
Jo'hn Murtey shipped stock on
Harry Pursell was in Lincoln
on business Tuesday.
Miss Belle Foreman is attend
ing summer school at University
C. R. Jordan returned Tuesday
morning from Palttsmouth, where
he had been on county business.
Mrs. V. S. Jordan and daugh
ters were Lincoln visitors Thurs
G. C. Bucknell, wife and daugh
ter were Murdock visitors Satur
day. George Bucknell of Sterling
visited Saturday night and Sun
day with home folks.
Edit'U- Blessing of the Elmwood
Leader-Echo was in Alvo last
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Evans went
to Omaha Wednesday to attend a
It. L. Bossard of Lincoln is in
troducing Wearever aluminum
here this yeek.
Miss Grayce Elli'dt vi-tted
Wednesday with Miss Marie
Misses Alma Godbey and Marie
Prouty were Sunday guests at the
h'-me of Miss Nila Slulb-n.
C. F. Edwards and family
autoed to Wyoming. Neb.. Sunday
to visit relat ives.
Mrs. J. A. Shaffer was visiting
her cousin. Miss Eula Wearer, at
8uth Bend Thursday.
Fied Wearer of South Bend
visited Sunday and Monday with
J. A. Shaffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred I'routy
visited Sunday with Ed. Dalton,
Morgan Maher of Humbolt,
Kas., is visiting his sister. Mrs.
Dan McCurdy, and other relatives.
Bert Crewdson and family of
llavelock spent Wednesday with
his sister, Mrs. E. Harlan.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Ellison
visited Saturday and Sunday with
his mother, Mrs. Knott.
Automobile repairs and auto
mobiles repaired at Slroemer's
Mrs. Lola Shefferf, who has
been very ill for several weeks,
is improving nicely at this writ
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Toland
visited from Saturday till Monday
with Mr. Toland's brother, Lou,
Mrs. Muir of Milford, Neb.,
carne in Thursday to visit her
son, in-. Leonard Muir and fam
ily, a few days. She returned
Mrs. Harry Sluthejf of Lincoln
returned home with Mrs. H.
Moore Friday, remaining until
Sunday evening. Mr. Stutheit
came down Sunday morning.
Miss Grayce Elliott gave a
house party last week to her sis
ter. Miss Ruth, and the Misses
Pearl Weichel and Emma King of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bates of
the Platlsmouth Journal and Mr.
and Mrs. MrDonagh were Alvo
visitors Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Uplegrove
left Thursday for Wellsville, Mo.,
to visit relatives. They expect to
visit several other places before
Misses Marie Stroemer and
Grayce Bucknell left Monday for
Brock, Nob., to attend the district
Epworlh League convention being
held there this week.
Lars Chris Hansen, north of
Alvo, died in Lincoln June 22,
aged f8 years. He was buried at
I lie Greenwood cemetery- Tuesday.
June 23. Mr. Hanson in early
days was a blacksmith at this
J. V. Cochran left Sunday for
a two weeks vacation, to be spent
in Denver, Colo., Kansas City,
Kas., and his old home at River
ton, la. Mr. Mathis is taking Mr.
Cochran's place during his ab
sence. Mrs. Albert Ben ling and three
children - and nieec, Miss Eva
New-sham of Cereseo, Neb., came
in Wednesday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Myers and family.
They returned home on Monday
Miss Marie Appleman returned
home from Lincoln Thursday
morning, accompanied by her
friends, the Misses Helen Kirk-
patrick and Margaret Tourtelote,
and Mr. Farley Young, who visited
with her until Sunday evening.
Alvo grain market opened Mon-
morning at GTe July delivery, (HU:
August, and CSc lor July 20, with
the result of about 7o,Mi0 bushels
being sold to date. With harvest
just beginning-, with an expected
yield of twenty to thirty bushels
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan of Val
paraiso, Neb., who have been
visiting their son, Elmer, and
family, and daughter, Mrs. J. W
Hanks and family, for several
days, left Wednesday for their
home. They were accompanied
by Mr. Hanks and daughter of
eastern Kentucky, who have been
visiting the former's son, J. W.
Hanks and family, for some time,
for a few days visit. Mrs. Elmer
Harlan accompanied the party to
On Tuesday evening of this
week the X. L. class of the Metho
dist Episcopal Sunday school
tendered a very pleasant surprise
and farewell reception to Mr. and
Mrs. Arion Baldwin, who are soon
to move away. Ice cream and cake
was served and several amusiuir
panics were played. The clas
regrets very much to give Mr.
Baldwin up as their teacher, and
one whose untiring zeal anu in
fluence will be greatly felts"" Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin are very highly
esteemed in church and Sundav
school work and social circles a-
well, and will be greatly missed
by their many friends.
(Special Correspondent.) -
Eniet Fight master was in Oma
Gertrude Schatto is visiting her
father and friends this week.
Mrs. George Nicklas returned
to her home in Omaha Saturday.
Mrs. F. ( . Beall and Francis are
visiting Frank lb all and family.
Leonard Schaf'er was v isit intr
his brother a few days laL week.
Mrs. Lyda Lawton was visiting
her sisters in Lincoln a few days
Edna Joehanseu i on the sick
lit this week. Hopes are she will
be able to be up and around auain.
Anna Anigwert was visiting
relatives and friends a few days
Mrs. Ed Taylor and little son.
Veron. were visiting the former's
parents a few days la-4 week.
Martha Branehle, who has been
visiting in Milford and Hastings,
returned Tuesday on No. 1 .
A number of our residences are
getting new coats of paint. They
sure look fine. The rest follow
Mrs. f. y. McDonald and Irene
and Bryan returned Tuesday from
their visit with the former's
mother at Sfratton.
Jessie Rush had the misfortune
of scaldin-' both her feet with
boiling water last Sunday nitilit.
but she is under Dr. I. D. Jones"
care and she will be able to get
around in a short time.
PICKARD APPEARS IN COURT
Burnt Detective's Hearing, However
Postponed Till July 7.
Omaha, June 24. Inability of attor
neys to appear caused a postponement
of the preliminary hearing In Justice
Britt's court of F. M. Pichard. Burns
detective, charged with attempted brib
ery, and consequently of the sensa
tional revelations promised when Pick
ard takes the witness stand in his
Pickard appeared in court in accord
ance with the terms of his lond and
his hearing was set for July 7.
Pickard adhered to his foimer state
ment that when he takes the witness
stand he will tell the whole truth, let
it hurt whom it may. It is said that
local rolice officials already have
knowledge of a considerable part of
the evidence which Pickard will pre
sent and that it is of highly sensa
Bucklen.'s Arnica Salve for All
Coughs and Colds Weaken the
Continued Coughs, Colds and
Bronchial troubles are deperss
ing and weaken the system. Loss
of weight and appetite generally
follow. Get a 50c bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery today. It
will stop your cough. The first
dose helps. The best medicine
for Stubborn Coughs, Colds and
all Throat and Lung Troubles.
Mr. O. II. Brown, Muscatine, Ala.,
writes: "My wife was sick dur
ing the hot summer months and
I honestly believe Dr. King's New
Discovery saved her life.". Good
for children. 50c and 61.00, at
From Tuesday's Paily.
Miss Katie Hess was a visitor
in the metropolis today, going to
that city on the early Burlington
Mrs. C. L. Jean and Will Jean
were passengers this morning for
Omaha to visit Mrs. Will Jean at
Henry Robert lb-mM departed
this afternoon for Lincoln, where
he will visit, for a few days at the
home of his uncle, J. E. Herold
Mrs. Guy McMacken was a pas
senger this afternoon for Omaha.
where she will visit for a few-
hours with friends.
John Kraeger of near Moray,
was in the city today for a few-
hours looking after some business
matters in the court house.
J. F. Clu-ev was a business vis
itor in the metropolis to. lay for a
few hours going to that city on
the early Burlington train.
Mrs. Wm. Kivitf. of near Cedar
Creek, was among tho. journey
ing to Omaha this morning going
on the early Burlington train.
Attorney C. A. Raw N was a pas
senger this afternoon for Oma
ha, where he was called to look af
ter some business matters for a
Mi'ss Ilattie Hoffman was a pas
senger fliis morning lot- Omaha.
where she will visit for the day
looking after some matters of
Miss Nellie W.-stb-y. of Brain-
nrd. Nebraska. departed lnis
morning for her home after a vis
it here with friends and relatives
in this city.
Mrs. E. B. Egenber-ger was a
passenger tins morning inp imu.i-
ha where she expects to meet he?"
n Henry, who is reiurning from
Iowa City. Iowa, where he has
been attending school.
C. V. Staafs came i i last even
ing from Lincoln, where he has
been attending school of music at
the Unversity school of music and
win visit nere on- a lime wuu in
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George K.
Mrs. William If. il. Mrs. L. II.
Heil and Miss Anna llei! came in
this morning from their farm
home and were among the visit
ors in the metropolis, going on
the early Burlington train this
G. M. Mark, wife and two
daughters motored to this city
this morning from their home
near Nehawka. and were passen
gers on the early Burlington train
for Omaha fo spend the day in
that city. If had been their in
tention fo motor to Omaha but
they feared the roads were md in
the best of shape and according
ly traveled via the Burlington.
1. W. Foster came up this
morning- from his home in Union
fo visit for a few hours here look
ing after some matters of busi
ness and to spend a short time
with his daughter. County Super
intendent. Miss Mary E. Foser.
Mrs. Joseph Fetzer and sister,
Hrs. E. H. Heitzhausen, of Port
land, Oregon, were passenger this
morning for Omaha, where they
will spend the day looking after
sonic business matters.
Mrs. D. W. Churchill of Kimb
erly, Idaho, accompanied by Inn
father, A. M. Holmes, or Murray,
departed this morning on No. ("
for Chicago, where they will visit
relatives in that city.
Mrs. Wm. Partridge, of near
Weeping Water, departed this
morning for Omaha to attend to
some matters of business, having
driven up from her home this
morning lo this city.
Hot Weather Tonic -and Health
Are you run down Nervous
Tired? Is everything you do an
effort? You are not lazy you
are sick! Your Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys, and whole system need
a Tonic. A Tonic and Health
Builder to drive out the waste
matter build you up and renew
your strength. Nothing better
than Electric Bitters. Start to
day. Mrs. James Duncan, Hay
npsville, Me., writes: '"Com
pletely cured me after several
doctors gave me up." 50c and
$1.00, at your Druggist.
Mrs. Edward Sprieck of Stan
ton. Neb., is visiting relatives in
Born, Friday, June to Mr.
and Mrs. Henry E. -lied, near
Cedar Creek, a girl.
'"Uncle"' George Srhoeman was
up from I'lattsmouth the fore
part of the week visiting relatives.
James slander was at Omaha
Tuesday, ordering material for
the new span on the river wa-'on
We are sorry to report the ill
ness of Mrs. J. P. Wood, who has
been bedfast for over a week, but
who, ;it the last report, was some
Mrs. John Goiibr and three
children of Plattsniouth pas.-,
through town 1 a -1 Saturday, oi
their way ! Weeping Water to
Mrs. W. C Frampton and her!
danphter. Miss Eleanor, of Lin-,
coin, left Sundav for Cleveland.!
Mrs. Frampton goe
ai a .National x.nner I'laver-
congress. Thev evoect to be gone
two weeks and will visit Niagaras
Falls and other poinN of interest
in the east.
'I he many friends of Mrs. Clar
ence Aekles will be pleased to
learn that she is recovering nicely
from an operation which she un
derwent recently in the St. Joseph
hospital in Omaha, ami she will
be able fo return home in the near
future, she was given a postal
card shower last Monday and she
was delighted to ln remembered
in this manner u it was a com
plete surprise to her.
The Rey. G. Jung of Tavlor,
Tex., who. willi his wife, has been
making an extended visit, in Ne
braska, will leave m-xt week for
home. The Rev. Jung was a caller
at the Courier olhie Monday and
stated that he expects fo return
to Nebraska before bng. on ac
corjnt of his wife's health, which
has been very poor in the south.
Re is expecting a call north and
when it coin- he savs he will lose
no t i !iu
urning as they (b
!lo like the clinUlt.
trv in Texas.
nor the conn-
George Ingwerson brought Iwo
pigs fo town Monday that weighed
' J I' ( pounds.
Mrs. Charles Hansen and little
daughter are home from an ex
tended visit with relatives in
George Switzer left Wednesday
for Glenwood Springs, Colo.,
where he will spend the summer
with his son. Harry, and family.
William Tucker left Tuesday
for Alva, okla., where he will
spend the next several weeks
looking after his wheat crop and
visit ing his son.
Among the three carloads of
baby beef shipped by Sheldon and
Dn CI is. Wednesday, were two
calves a few days over a year old
that weighed 1.020 pounds each.
The recent hard rains have
done considerable damage to
crops. Corn especially has been
washed badly. Some fields were
replanted the second time, and
were taken out worse than even
bv the rain Friday night.
Those who have eanva
T M HI' :
situation say there will be no
trouble in raising enough money
lo make a go of the new hall
proposition. Nehawka may have
her faults, but when people get
together on anything they put it
Mr. and Mrs. Chrisvvisser were
here Monday from plattsniouth.
They brought Zupha to the latter
place Saturday and will not be
aide fo bring her on home for sev
eral weeks. She is recovering
solvvly from the effects of her
operation a month ago.
Jesse Farris, who with his wife
was running the boarding house
for E. M. Pollard, returned Tues
day morning from Kansas City,
w here he had followed Mrs. Farris
Saturday night, suspecting she
had gone there to join a former
employee who lost his jobseveraI
week ago. Mr. Farris found his
fears realized, and when he left
Kansas City the guilty pair were
in Hie county jail with a serious
charge facing them.
Arnica 4?alve for
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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I'ilis in Krd nd t.old nrtjlhcVVV
!r. sc-iicl vith l.li;c lliDbon.
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lUAilONI lifiAVW FII.Lf. for lii
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SOLD BV CRIGGISTS EVERYWHERE
9 mm m
Miss Ruth Ashwoi th of Lincoln
is visiting relatives and friends in
and near Eagle.
The residence occupied by R. J.
Mick was wired for electric lights
the fore part of the week.
Henry Rentier came up from
Wyoming, Neb., Saturday, and
visited over Sunday with home
.J, S. Dy-art is the proud owner
of a new live-passenger F
touring car, -uhirh he purcha
from the Palmyra Auto company
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rbnga and
baby motored up from Weeping
Wafer Thursday and spent the
day at Far .lohn Adams home.
The Rev. A. J. Gumni arrived
in town Tuesday morning from
Ida., for a visit with rela
Mrs. Gumni expects to
i;i a few dav s.
I.vei; and family and Mr.
1 ing ha m
! Thur-da v
R. A. McClanahan and, family
of Fairbury. Neb., and Mesdames
Mollie and Mary Blount of Den
ver, Colo., arrived Monday for a
few days visit at the home of Mrs.
M. E. Brantner. They left here
Wednesday afternoon for Platls
mouth. where they ill visit rela
tives a few days before returning
Ivan Burdick, Yoris Zinkon and
Wes and Lester Wakh drove to
Greenwood Tuesday last week,
where they launched a row boat
on Salf creek at -i o'clock on a
fishing expedition. They rowed
to Ashland, where they struck the
Plalte liver, and then on lo
Plattsniouth fo the Missouri river,
and then on down to Nebraska
City, reaching there Friday after
norm. The water was deep and
muddy and the fish were scarce,
so they sold their boat and re
turned home on the train. How
ever, they report a good time.
Miss Mildred Day of Elyria, O.,
arrived Tuesday for a week's visit
with her cousin, Frank Day, and
Mrs. Emma Lathrop, with her
son and daughter, of Chanutc,
Kas., arrived last, week to v isit her
father, Art Carmichael.
Mrs. E. C. Carrick of SrotlsbluiT
arrived here last Thursday for a
month's visit with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kennedy.
Miss Grace Teegarden went to
Crete Saturday to spend a week
with her friend. Miss Frances
Benton, and attend the Doane
George Switzer of Nehawka
passed through on the 10:10 train
Wednesday ': route to Glenwood
Springs, Colo., to spend the sum
mer with bis son, Harry.
Mrs. clierrie Johnson and sons.
Harvey -and Claire, of Herman.
Neb., are visiting- since the lirst
of the week at the home of Mrs.
Johnson's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
M. M. Butler.
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Torrence Fleming, who has
i.,.,,,. ; i w-. 1 1 ; 1 1 u-ii ii i.n,..o,i.,n ;! I
I" 1 !1 O II I' HIH ill OH 'll4iw-wi.;
fever the last two weeks, is decid- J"'
edlv improved so that the nui-ej Dick Chrisvvisser of the vicinity
Miss Carslen of Omaha, was dis-j'f -N"ka was m town last Fi .
charged Tuesday and returned tn!'J:lv' -luting lo Ihirlmgton Junc-
, , ... .
i m i li o; o ' .
Jessie lavis was in Omaha on
Monday and Tuesday with his
son, Fit d. who has been in the
hospital eight weeks, and limilly
on Tuesday had his right leg am
putated at the knee .joint. He
stood the operation fine and at
last reports was doing nicely.
While Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mills
were visiting recently in Wyom
ing. .Mr. Mills made the acquant
anee of a railroad superintendent
who informed him that. Weeping
Water had sent out one of the
brightest young men that worked
on the system. The remarks were
regarding Curtis Askew. Be I old
Mr. Mills of his promotion and of
his faithful work.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keep this preparation at
hand during the hot weather of
the. summer months., Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is
almost certain to be needed be
fore the summer is over. It has
no superior for the purposes for
which it is intended. Buy it now.
For sale by all dealers.
John Hoover shipped two c; r-
loads of hogs to Nebraska (My
Professor and Mrs. Slothov. r
returned Friday evening fr in
Litchfield, Neb., where they had
been visiting Mrs. Slothower's
Airs. Capwell, who has be-n
living in Lincoln the past car,
has moved into the William Min i-
i . i i :ll -f l i
i e-r nou.e anu win iiiukc iimwo u
'her home in the future.
J i lend in the city have received
cards announcing the birth of a
son on June (" to Mr. and Mis.
Gavlonl of Kansas City. M-s.
Gavlord was formerly Miss Ber
Miss oladys Turner underwent
an operation for appendicitis lat
Saturday. She is improving-at tae
present time and it will be onl a
sle i t time until she will have e:i
1 1 1 '-iy recovered.
I he case of Lincoln Telephone
Co. s. Charles Otiinn, which was
fried i:i Justice Neihail's court a
few weeks ago, has been traa
scripieij to the di;drict court. It
will be remembered that the ca-e
was won in the justice's court by
Joe Capwell and Harry Leber,
who have been attending the lrvv
school at the state university,
have been admitted to the b; r.
They have not decided yet just
where they will locate fo practi .
their profession, but they evp' t
to work in Omaha this summer.
Miss Marguerite Julch and Mr.
Fred Kahle were united in nuv
riage Thursday at Lincoln. Mi-s
Julch is well known here and is a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pel -r
Julch of this place. Mr. Kah
lives near Kearney, Neb., ai d
owns a large ranch. After sev
eral days visit here I hey left for
their new home at Kearney.
There will be special equipnie-it
on the Missouri Pacific to accom
modate those who wish lo atfe: d
the Fourth of July celebrtl i tt
here. Traveling Passenger Age it
Tom Hughes of the Missouri Pa
cific says that the company vv 11
put on three or four specials !o
accommodate all on the line fro n
Lincoln to Union. This is a
splendid idea for if will accom
modate all who desire to eelebrr'e
here and we expect that there w II
be a large crowd here that day as
all reports are to that effect.
Mrs. John Dale of Nehawka
came Tuesday and was the puc-t
of Mrs. William Porter, south of
Wilbur Chenovveth of Lincoln
made several days' visit here wi h
his former schoolmates and oth r
Mrsi T. F. Jameson of Weeping
Water came last Saturday for a
visit til the J. W. Pittnian home,
norf hwest of town.
Miss Heath, a trained nurse,
who had been taking care of t ie
family of Fred Young, return d
Monday to her home in Omal.a.
Charles Durman, win has been
spending a few weeks with Ins
son, John, near Murray, and other
in this county, left. Tues
:f;o:i. Mo., to trv ihe mineral waiei
baths and treatment for bene'.il
of his rheumatic troubles.
William M. Tucker of Nehawl-a,
accompanied by his daughter,
Mrs. Wesley Maguey, and 1 er
daughter, Miss Doris Magmy,
changed cars here Tuesday morn
ing, starting to Alva, Okla., to
make a visit with relatives, aad
Mr. Tucker will also look after the
farm lands lhat he owns in that
part of the stale.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mueller
went lo Lincoln on the Wedm
day afternoon train to be present
at the wedding of their son, Ch-r-ence,
and Miss drace Dickenson,
which look place at the home of
Ihe bride's sister, Mrs. Fra ik
Herold, at 8 o'clock that evenii g.
The newly-weds departed yeli r
day morning for their home in
Burr & Roach, the Nebraska
City contractors, with their i.
sistanls, have been working oil
Ihe brick walls for A. L. IVckc-'s
new building this week, and Ihe
west end of the main street i- a
busy corner when the workmen
and "rail-birds" are all on defy.
"Billy" Mueller and C.eorge Ch: p
pell officiate as overseers of ihe
"rail-bird" visitors, and they are
attentive to business.
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