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MONDAY,. NOVEMBER 23, 111.
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FORTY YEARS AGO
Item of Interest to Our Readers
Glraned from the Newspaper
Files of Many Year Ago.
Mr. Cood Oldham, of Queen City
Mo., and u former resident of this
place, came up and spent I hanksjriv-
inr with his father, Mr. J. (J. Old
iham. He left for his home Monday
J. M. Eddy, J. X. Converse and D
II. Wheeler were delegates from Ne
braska to the Southern Pacific rail
road convention held at St. Louis last
Robert Maxwell, formerly of this
place, a younjr lawyer, and brother to
Jjdjre Maxwell, has been stopping
with us for davs atrain. We wish
"Rob" success wherever he goes.
Will Stinchcomb, younjr, handsome,
ambitious and double extra on a yarn,
paid us a visit in behalf of the Omaha
Republican, this week.
Wm. Eikenberry of Three Groves
made frlad the heart of the printer.
Good boy William.
Capt. Jno. O'Rourke paid the Her
ald a visit this week for the second
time in our new office. Come aain
Registered Jersey Bull.
for st-rvic. C. K. Babbitt, Platts-tr.outh.
Foresooth, a bridge at Piattsmouth,
"discriminates against Omaha." Don't
build it, Mr. Perkins, don't; Omaha
mijrht move away, commit suicide, or
something. Don't ask it citizens of
Cass and the South Platte; don't
stand up for your interests. Dr. Mil
ler miirht call you cut-throats and
Married BigTiell-Peters On the
2Sth of November, at the residence of
the bride's brother, Mr. James Ritchie,
by the Rev. Mr. Iiurpess, Mr. Ed
ward Bitrnell, of Piattsmouth, and
Miss Valerie J. Peters, of Beatrice.
The happy couple left on the after
noon train for a wedding trip to Chi
cago, and other points.
We had quite a little breeze in town
yesterday. An Iowa chap grabbed Mr.
Hatt's pocketbook, containing $40,
while Hatt's back was turned, and
scooted for the river. As soon as
Hatt discovered his loss, he gave the
alarm and a posse of men headed by
Sheriff Cutler, Dick Streight and
John Shannon made for the river
bank and headed him otF. When the
Herald saw him he was being
marched up to jail by Cutler and
Shannon on horseback and Streight
on foot, revolver in hand. He claims
to hail from Glenwood. Mr. Martin
says he was there some years ago
and is a dead beat of the first water.
He stood Mushizer off for a shave
and Stadelman for a dinner. Haines
has got him now and he can't get a
change of venue.
GALLED TO A BIG
GER CHARGE AND
Rev. L. W. Gadc, Formerly of This
City, Goes Up Higher as His
Ability Truly Deserves.
From FrM.iv's Pail v.
Jacob R?rger of near Mynard
motored in this morning to spend a
few hours looking afier some trading
with the merchants.
Table Linen and Napkin
Sell your property by an ad in The
fit- W :l
ITS one of tin things I
often mseri!ff. it will
lo voii good if vou ue
it inolTJteiv, as all men
lo who know what real
Hei r is r-fre-hinj, exhil
arating, nutrition-, and a
tonic. It jtroriiotrs diges
tion and is a wholesome
food beverage. hen a
man drinks l-er lie drinks
and eats at the same time,
ju-t as w hen he eats a bowl
of hu. The terms "eat'"
and '"drink" are inconsist
ently u?ed in pointing out
the difference between
what is merely quenching
our thirst and what is actu
ally consuming iiouris-h-ine'nt.
In my opinion, a
man might more jrojerIy
be said to eat beer than to
eat certain kinds of fcoup,
or indeed watermelon.
Drink beer and cat moder
ately. The moderate leer drinker
and eater is in a far Letter posi
tion tlum the total abstainer, who
often consumes an excess of
solid fooJ. Uecr build tissues
restore waste, furnishes heat,
and produces energy.
George Hall came up Saturday
from Falls City, where he is employed
by the Missouri Pacific, and spent
Sundav here with relatives and
E. H. Schulhof was among the pas
sengers this morning lor (jlenwood,
where he will spend a few hours
looking after some matters of business.
Miss Winifred Parmele was among
the passengers this morning on the
early Burlington train for Glenwood,
where she goes for a short visit with
friends in that city.
Robert Sherwood, si., came up Sat
urday from Nebraska City, where he
is engaged in business, and visited
here with his son, Herbert. He de
parted this morning for Omaha to
look after some matters of business
Declare War on Colds.
A crusade of education which aims
"that common colds may become un
common within the next generation"
has been begun by prominent New
York physicians. Here is a list of
the "don'ts" which the doctors say
will prevent the annual visitation of
"Don't sit in a draughty car."
"Don't sleep in hot rooms."
"Don't avoid the fresh air."
"Don't stuff yourself at meal time.
Overeating reduces your resist
ance." To which we would add when you
take a cold get rid of it as quickly
as possible. To accomplish that you
will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy most excellent. Sold by all
Just received a car of Early Ohio
Potatoes, 70c a bushel. A. G. Bach
The many friends of the Rev. L. W.
Gade, formerastor of the First Pres
byterian church of this city, will be
pleased to learn that this able min
ister and gentleman is steadily ad
vancing forward since leaving this
city some two years ago, and has just
received a call to a greater field of
opportunity. The Journal has received
copy of the Willman, Minnesota,
Tribune that contains the following in
regard to the departure of Rev. Gade
from that city:
At the morning service last Sunday
at the Willmar Presbyterian church.
Rev. L. W. Gade, D. D., announced
that the session had joined with him
in asking the Presbytery to dissolve
the pastoral relations between him
self and the Willmar Presbyterian
church, the same to take effect some
time before the latter part of Decem-
This announcement was received
with great surprise by a large part of
the congregation, for Dr. Gade had
endeared himself to the people as a
faithful and kind pastor.
Since his coming to Willmar, the
Vesbyterian church has steadily
pushed to the front among the Pres
byterian churches of the state, it be
ing now next to the largest in mem
bership outside of the Twin Cities and
Duluth. The budget plan has been
adopted and is proving very satis
factory in meeting the expenses of the
church and missionary boards.
hrough the efforts of the pastor a
male quartet has been organized an 1
a large chorus choir adds much to the
evening service. unusually large
congregations have greeted the pastor
ind the evening congregations have
taxed the capacity of the church.
At the congregational meeting held
Monday evening, November 0th, it
was voted to comply with the request
of Rev. Gade, releasing him that he
might go to his new field in Virginia,
The following resolution was unani
mously adopted at this meeting and
sent as a night message to the Vir
"Resolved, That we, the members of
the church and congregation of the
First Presbyterian church of Willmar.
Minn., do greatly appreciate the faith
ful work of Rev. L. W. Gade, I). IX.
during his two years' stay among us.
We attribute our growth numerically
and financially to his untiring efforts
and believe that the spiritual life of
our church is as good as could be ex
pected. It is with regrets that we
part with our pastor, nevertheless we
congratulate the Cleveland Avenue
Presbyterian church of Virginia,
Mirn., in securing the services of Rev.
W. Gade, D. D., and pray that
God's blessing may rest upon both
people and pastor."
Virginia, to which place Rev. Gade
goes, is a city ot lo.uuu population.
The Presbyterian church has a
beautiful manse costing between ?fi,
000 and $7,000. The Willmar con
gregation can but rejoice with their
beloved pastor in that he has been
called to this field of larger opportunities.
Marshal Noel o
was here yesterday to testify in the
case of the State vs. Tony Hutchison,
on trial in district court.
Paul Budig of llavelock is here to
day for a short time looking after
some matters of business in this city
and visiting with his manv friends.
home at Lin- : pt
short tjme a-- ' jV-
Mrs. Agnes Chapman came
this afternoon from her home at I
colin to visit here for a
the guest of relative-; and friend
L. II. Puis from near Murray, w.i
in the city for a few hours today, en
route from his. home to Omah;, where
he attended to a few matters of (.u i-ne-s.
Clarence Busche of near Ced:r
Creek was here today for a few hum s
looking after s-.r-u- matters of busi
ness and visiting with his nr.-r.y
Perhaps we may not all have turkey for our Thanksgiving dinner, but we
all can have a nice appearing table, and our table linens take in a range of
prices that you cannot fail to he pleased with. We have just received new
patterns in Table Linen and Napkins, as well as a splendid assortment of Jap
anese china. Our china room is completely stocked with dishes of all kinds,
and we will continue to add more as the holiday season approaches.
For accessories to our Thanksgiving dinner, we offer you:
Mint Sauce, and all 1 he condiment of the season
Filbert, Almond and Kru'lish Walnut Meats
Nuts, all Kind in ihe shell
Fresh Cottage Cheese. L'orpjefort Cheese, Imported Cnmembcrt
Swiss Cheese, Imported and Domestic, Pimento Cheese
Kippered Tuna Fi-.h
Fresh Figs Dates, Cm liberties. Head Lettuce, Cucumbers, Fresh Tomatoes
O ir Preserve Stork is e Kiipiete, consisting of all new fresh pack.
53 and 54
I. Culber and wife of York, vh
have been here isitirig at the home
rf Mrs. Maggie Mason for the p:i-t
few days, departed this morning for
C. E. Cook was among the Omal.a
visitors today, returning home this
afternoon on No. 21 from the me
tropolis, where he had been called on
matters of business.
A Niht of Terror.
Few i.i.jht.s are more t'-rno
1 iot I;
John Wolff motored in this morning fore: !
from his home at Cedar Creek,
c roil p, a r d
r l'.oi.mg on lid' chinl .
gasping for breath !
ho u .-e to relive it. i
.Many mothers have passed rights of,
terror in this situation. A
night v. i!l en;. Me J'im to ao.'i ;
brin-.r-t all tins. ! -.amherla 'ti s o.i'-n Lem- 1
ili !. i ng
f a. e
Dora 'Ihorberg and daughter,
Alice, who have been here visit
it the home of Mrs. Thorberg's
,t,, M,-. ar.d Mr-;. August Tart-
.ted tills afternoon for
.-!.-, California, for a short
ing in Mr. jnd Mrs. Henry Sanders
and their little son to have the foot
of the little fellow diessed.
('. J. Meisinger drove in this morn
ing from his country home west of the
city to look after some trading with
the merchants, as well as to visit with
i-: a certain cure for croup and
; neer been known to fail. Keep
it hand. For sale ,v all d-.-ah-rs.
Mi-es Fan n ie :
Mrs. Luke L.
pa-.-eng"r '- thi
id Mrs. Jacob Mei-
Will Move to Piattsmouth.
C. M. Lowe, who has been conduct
ing a skating rink here, will move to
Piattsmouth next week. He will be
gin tearing down to move on Tuesday,
and Monday is his farewell day. Dur
ing his stay in this city he has con
ducted a clean and most orderly
place, something that never has been
done here before. He has won the re
spect of all in his manner of doing
business and the orderly place he has
kept all of the time. The News takes
pleasure in commending him to the
good people of Piattsmouth and say
that while a skating rink is conducted
by him nothing but the best of order
will prevail and it will be a place
where any mother can be safe to send
their children and they will be looked
after as well, if not better, than at
home. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe have made
many friends during their stay in this
city and all regret to see them take
their departure. Nebraska City
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Ttie Kind You Have Always Bought
Mrs. L O. Steihm of Lincoln
l ived in the city last evening on No.
'2 for an over Sunday visit here at the i
home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
J. K. Douglass, while Mr. Steihm is at i
Iowa City with the Cornhukers, of j
which he is the coach.
Mrs. John Hiber, jr.. of O'Wil. .'.-
hravka, and little- son. llichard. who j
have been here visiting with rela-
tives and friends, departed this after
noon for their home. Mrs. F. M.
Pesior and little son, Robert, accom
panied them to O'Xeil for a sho;t
W. S. Askwith, superintendent of
the Masonic Home, was among the
passengers this morning for Omaha,
where he goes to attend a ceremonial
of the Shriners, of which he is a mem
ber. Mrs. Askwith accompanied Ivr
husband ami will visit for the day
there with friends.
"iiilngt "l train i'o:
v wili vi.-it for the daw
Mn. Joseph K. Wi!
Charles Troop retained
afternoon from Atlanta.
; on t;ie ea : v
t!u- j conn
.n 1 Nettie McCar
Mr. Uarrv McCar-
io!l and .Mr. John Mo-Carroll, of the
i'inity of Unio:;, motored to this
il'v this ir.orr. ing for a visit with
eat trie;). is, wliile tne young
ladies will ti.ke in the county teacher-.'
examination, which is being held
at the ce-.ir.ty iipe! intendent's office j
toe ay. I
Try This for Your Cough.
Thousands of people keep coughing
because unable to get the right rem
edy. Coughs are caused by Inflamma
tion of Throat and Bronchial Tubes.
What you need is to soothe this in
flammation. Take Dr. King's New
Discovery, it penetrates the delicate
mucous lining, raises the phlegm and
quickly relieves the congested mem
branes. Cet a one bottle from your
druggist. "Dr. King's New Dis
covery quickly and completely stop
ped my cough," writes J. II. Watts,
Floydale, Texas. Money back if not
satisfied, but it nearly alawys helps.
Just received a car of Early Ohio
Potatoes, 70c a bushel. A. (i. IJath
u"ne:e iliey have been
o.il".c-s of th.; W. ('. I
Mrs. F: e l S angler a:-d r.hve. Mis
Mire Ciohelman. were passengers this
n: I'lir.g on No. 1". for ():n;:k:'.. v h'.e
they go to iit for the day looking
after omo matters of busu.e -s.
Hen-v Meisinger. wife and
liild came in this moni
home to spend a few hours here with
relatives and friends a
ifter some matters of
Mrs. S. A. Wiies and
daughter. Miss He'en.
t'r.o.-e going to Oiru.ha
from their I
rrr-rf vcA .yrf V-,
v. he re thev will i it
ing after seme matter.
id in looking
(1 iy. and
1 n o.i y !.:.
lie came ;n th.i-
an 1 wife of Lour
morning on No.
md vi-utcd here ft
at the home of
Frotn Satnritav's I):iily.
A. H. Wanl of Avoca was in the
city last evening for a few hours look
ing after some matters of business.
Miss Edith I'rans came up from
Union last evening and is taking
the county teachers' examination to
day. I-M Tritsch and wife were in the
city today, driving in to attend to the
week-end shopping with the mer
chants. J. D.'Shrader of Murray was here
for a few hours yesterday looking
after some matters of business with
John Krager drove in this morning
from his farm home to spent! a few
hours here with friends and to looka
f-ter some trading. I
Miss Dovie Parkhurst came up from j
Union last evening for a visit with
friends and to take in the county J
teachers' examination. j
S. O. Pitman of Murray motored up j fel
vesterdav afternoon from his home
to spent! a few hours here loot
after some business matters.
Walter Schneider of Cedar Creek
and little son were here today for a
few hours looking after some busi
ness matters with the merchants.
Frank A. IJodeker and brother, Ed,
of Nehawka, were here for a few
hours yesterday looking after some
matters cf business and visiting with
Joseph Zimmerer, the genial Avoca
banker, was in the city last evening
for a short time visiting with his
friends and looking after some busi
Don RhoJen and John Campbell,
motored up this morning from Mur
ray to spend a few hours here looking
after some matters of business with
Ben Beckman, from the vicinity of
Murray, was in the city today for a
few hours looking after some matters
of business, as well as visiting with
his many friends.
Dr. G. II. Gilmore of Murray was
here today for a short time attending
to some matters of business at the
court house, as well as visiting with
his many friends.
h; other, Joseph Fet::er
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Tuk Hall's I'aa.;ty fill T r ceri.tl:.atl. n.
Now is the Best Time
of the Year to Do Your
You gain just that much on spring work by
tloing your fencing now We have just received
another car of American fencing and we are in a
position to quote you a price that defies competion.
Our prices range from 25c per rod for 72G hog
fenco to COc for 4 foot extra heavy fence.
Barl Wire American Glidden:
Hog Wire at $2.85
Cattle Wire at $2-75
Bale Ties B) feet at $1.00
Get our quality price and we are sure that we
can save you money.
Piattsmouth, : : : : Nebraska
Science proves that the strongest fence, because
constructed throughout on scientific lines, is the
YJ A A I A SOINCH
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V. i ' 1 1 1 W t ' ; , ! if ) J ' i U i It 1 J UUI.'U JUi aoout every caoie
h -.. r H 1 A A ;l n H n n h t H ii Ii n A A t n ! n IK tun or twist to weaken the
.- a-V at the bending point.
1st Each horizontal extension of the ELL'
WOOD is a steel ruble, consisting of two heavy
2J Each of these cables is tied to each other
cable by a continuous heavy wire lapped tightly
not tied In a crooked knot
strength of the tie wire
Wr:ip a wire around
not weakened; lie a
and you cannot untie
so much weakened.)
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THAT IS ALL THESE IS TO ELLWOOD FESMCE
Heavy steel cables lapped about and held together by steel wire, forming uniform meshes. Simple, isn't it?
No chance for weakness in any part; uniformly strong. The reasons for the superiority of ELLWOOD FENCE
are not hard to find. This company owns and operates its own iron mines and furnaces; its own wire mills
and six large fence factories either one of the six being larger than any other fence factory ia the world.
These facts should be convincing. ,.
Cedar Creek Lumber Company,
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