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VIUKSDVY, APRIL 29, 191;
rLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
HE ELKS' iNSTBELS
GO TO LOUISVILLE TUES
FORTY YEARS AGO.
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Five Douglas County farms Prop
erty of the Late John HaHenbeck
OFFERED AT FQSCEB SALE PHJCES ABD ON LiBEBfiL TEBS1S.
SETTLEMENTS CM) BE FEBRBASY 1, 1 SI S.
These quarter-section farms are gently rolling uplands,
an a thrifty German neighborhood, one mile west of Millard
and fifteen miles from the Omaha postoffice. Only 10 miles
to the South Omaha Stock Yards.
Good Roads Good Schools Good Churches
These lands must he sold at once to settle an estate. We
offer them as first-class and at absolutely bargain prices.
15th and Farnam
From Tu-rsdays Tally.
Joseph Kahoulek of Denver is in
the city enjoying a visit with rela
tives and friends for a short time.
Mrs. Peter Eeucka was amor.fr
those going to Omaha this morning,
where she will visit for a few hours
Fred Den-on of Council Bluffs was
here vesterdav for a few hours- visit
ing with his sen Roy and wife, us
as his old friends. '
Ed Ti it?th was
among the visitors
precinct i:i the city today
lor.-kir.jr after some matters of busi
ness with the merchants.
Joe Campbell, residing south of
this city, was attending to bt.siries:;
matters in this city todav and was a
pleasant caller at this office.
Will Propst was a bu?ii:ess visitor
in the metropolis today for a few
hours, jroir.g: to that city on the early
lir.jrton train this morr.'nfr.
William Staikjr.hn departed this
rfleir.oon fcr Gothenberjr. Neb.,
where he .nroes to laok after some,
land interests there for a few days.
L. D. Hiatt a:rl wife came up from
thtir home at Murray this afternoon
to attend the funeral of Mrs. Auprust
Ta risen, held from the late home to
day. Mark V.'hiLe and wife motored up
lids mor.'iinvr from th'dr home at Rock
I'.luifs to visit liere for a few hours
lo'.fcinjr after some matters of busi-
E'ue Frans came up this mornir.rr
f'-'-m Ids homo at b'nion, and after
b:ir ;r here for a few hours depart
ed this afternoon for Omaha fcr a
("ail Ebir.trer came in last e'enir.
ii'-m l.is home at Tlainview, Neb., and
this m!rni':c was a passcnerer for
maha, where he will consult D-. Gif
frd in rea:d to an affliction of his
J. A. White-man came up last even
ly p frrvm hi.- home at Nehawka and
isited in this city ever niffht, poine
'.o Ofn;;ha thi morrdnjr to visit for the
day, and will return home on the aft
er roon flyer.
T. 11. Pollock, secretary .f the
Commercial "lui.. wa- amonp the pas-yfv.-v:
this morrdnir for Omaha,
v.h -e he will visit for a few hours
lo-.kin afu-r some business matters
in that city.
Miss Elizabeth Hoencer, who has
I (in spending the- winter here with
her sister. Mrs. E. C. Hill and fam
ily, departed this morninir for her
home at L'ei-mer, Neii. Mrs. Hill ac
companied her as fa- as Omaha.
J. W. Thomas, who has jut re
turned firm the Soldiers Home at
KawtsHe, California, was among those
poin to OmahH this morring, wheie
he will visit for the day. Mr. Tiomas
(!o?s not think be will it-turn to Cali
fornia, as he prefers old Nebraska as
I'rom YTeiiriesrtav's ratly.
E. Palmer of Louisville was in the
city yesterday for a few hour? look
it g after some matters of busir ess at
the court house.
G. P. Hei! of near Cedar Creik was
in the city yesterday for a few hours
attending to some n-.C-tters cf hi sines.:
T'.'ih the rr n ts.
IT J. Jackman of Louisvi'.l? was
among those visiting in the city yes-
jnt fc fc'
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terday for a few hours, looking after
matters of business.
Attorney C. E. Tent of Weeping
Water was in the city today for a
short time, lookir.fr after some mat
ters at the court house.
William Chandler carr.2 over this
mornlr. from Pacific Junction and
v.ili spend a few days here shaking
hands with his oid friends.
Jacob Meisingrer and wife were
amorifr the visitors in the metropolis
today for a few hours, froinir to that
city this morning: on No. lo.
P. A. Ilild was in the city yester
day for a few hours, driving in from
Ids farm Lome in Mount Pleasant pre
cinct to look after some business mat
ters Charles Thornber.cr of Sioux City
was here to attend the funeral of his
mother-in-law, the late Mrs. August
Tartsch, departed this mornintr for his
Hon. W. P. Banning of Union was
in the city last evening1 for a few
houis attending to -ome ba.-ir.ess
matters and visiting with vfriends in
Eebert Christoferson came down
from Omaha Ihi-i morning to vi-lt for
a ft v.- hourrs, looking after some mat
ters of business
returning home this
John Kopia, the west Main str.cct
merchant, was a visitor in the me
tropolis today for a few hours look
ing after some matters with the
J. M. Shoemaker of St. Paul, Min
nesota, district secretary of the Unit
ed States civil service, was in the city
today for a few hours looking after
some matters at the postoffice here.
Miss Mahle Reasoner and brother,
who recently suffered the loss of their
mother at Council Bluffs, came in
lay afternoon for a few days'
1 . . trill lliVll UUIJUO, .UL-.t-J . I
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and Marv Hobson, of this city, before
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joining their father in their new home
t Tekamah, Neb
Ed Leach of Union was here today
for a few hours looking after some
matters at the court house.
Herman Pankonin of Louisville
came in this morning to take up his
work as a member of the jury panel.
James Terryberry of Cedar Creek
was attending to business matters in
this city today and was a pleasant
caller at this office.
II. D. Stine and J. D. Eramblet of
Liberty precinct came up this morn
ing from their home to resume their
service on the jury panel.
W. H. Hcil came in this morning
from his home near Cedar Creek to
spend a few hours here looking after
some matters of business.
J. F. Warner of Tipton precinct
carre in this morning to take up his
work as a member of the jury panel
for the present term of court.
Mrs. Peter Roueka was a passeng
er this morning for Omaha, where she
will visit for the day consulting a
spc-.-iali.it in that city in regard to her
'."rs. J. E. Wiles and Mrs. L. L.
Wiles were among those going to
On.;ha this morning to visit for. a few
hours, looking after .some matters of
A. R. Keen, general foreman, and
George Hawkins, foreman of the
Li;-.'. kmith shop at llaveloek, came in
this morning to look over the Bur
iincton shops in this city.
Mrs. J. C. Barber and children, of
Sterling, Neb., arrived this afternoon
for a short visit here at the home of
Mrs. Barber's sister. Mrs. William
Baird and family.
Eert Cooper, who is employed as a
Pullman conductor between Omaha
and Seattle, visited here today with
old friends, returning this afternoon
to Omaha to resume his ruiron the
Mrs. Fred Reiner arrived last even
ir.c on No. '2 from her home at Al
li-nre. Xeb.. and will visit here for
a :diort time at the home of her par
ent.-. Mr. and Mrs. G. 11. lams, west
of this city.
Percy Dimmit of rails t lty. wno
has been here for a few days visiting
as the guest of Edgar Steinhauer, de
parted this morning for Columbu
Nelraska, where he will be located for
some time in the roller skating busi
ness. Gust Johnson departed this morn
ing for Oakland, Neb., where he goes
to attend the conference of the Swed
ish Mission church of Nebraska,
which is being held there this week.
Mr. Johnson represents the church in
Freight men say that business is
lair' t)Ul T-ne" can 1 Polnt lo ixn-
line of business that is rushing. They
say buying is now more general than
it has been in the recent past and this
has stimulated to a certain extent al
most every line of traffic, excepting
"Uncie" Eli Eaton, one of the
pioneer residents of Liberty precinct,
motored up this morning in company
with Wynn Younker, from his home
near Union, to spend a few hours, and
while here was a most pleasant call
er at the Journal office, renewing his
subscription and paying a short social
call on the editor.
Turlington officials who have watch -
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ed the crop situation m Nebraska lor
many years past are beginning to ask:
years past are regm
"Where are the crop killers? Are they
loafing on their jobs?" The answer
has been heard in the first reports of
damage done to winter wheat by't.he
Hessian fly. a week or ten days before
the fly usually begins'work.
Mrs. Charles Thornberg and daugh
ter, Miss Alice, arrived this morning
from San Francisco, where they have
been visiting for a few months, and
were called here by the death of Mrs.
Thrrnberg's mother, Mrs. Tartsch.
Mr. Thornberg met his wife and
daughter in Omaha and accompanied
them to this city.
Can't look well, eat well, or feei
well with impure blood. Keep the
blood pure .with Burdock Blood Bit
ters. Eat simply, take exercise, keen
clean, and good health is pretty sure
to follow. $1.00 a bottle.
Paints and Oil, Gering & Co.
M. Tritsch. refi acting optician, at
Gering &. Co.'s Wednesday and Sat
urday eveninss. E-iamination free.
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum
sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment is
fine for skin itching. All druggists
sell it, 50c a box.
"Billy" Sunday, the Mar., and His
Message at the Journal office for
$1.00. This work contains the heart
of Mr. Sunday's gospel message. Come
in ard get yours while they last, as
we only have a few.
DAY NiGHT. MAY 6TH
The Elks' minstrels, which wa
given here several weeks ago, will ap
pear on next Thursday evening, May
Gth, at the Louisville opera house and
give the good people of that city an
opportunity of enjoying their first
class perlormance. ine great suc
cess of the show in this citv and the
high-class entertainment afforded led
a number of the Louisville resident
to secure the attraction for their city
and the amusement-loving public of
that place can rest assured that they
will have as good a show as has ap
peered in their city for years. There
will be a large number from this city
accompany the "minstrels if the weath
er Avill permit, and Louisville wilj be
given a show that they will long re
member, as the company is composed
of the best of the musical talent
the city, as well as a number of clever
comedians and special audeville act
The arrangements for the Louisville
trip were completed last evening.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough ar
atislactory nusning no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed
sweet and wohlesome. Ask for Cit
rolax. Sold everywhere.
LL WITH PKEUMONIl
A message was received here this
morning by Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Dovey, announcing the serious illness
of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Trues
ueli, who was taken down about a
week ago with r:uite a serious attack
of pneumonia at her home in New
York City, and that she was getting
along as well as could possibly be ex-
pected under the circumstances. The
two little children of Mr. and Mrs.
Truesdcll are also suffering greatly
from an attack of bronchitis, but arc
not thought to he in a dangerous con
dition. The message stated that Mrs.
Tl'! o l.l t wu c 1 iinpfrlit i r tin ir.-.Uim.
along nicely at the time it was sent.
31 r. Truesdcdl is in constant attend
ance at the bedside of his wife and
cve:ythi-.g possible will be done for
her relief. The news of the illness of
this lady came as quite a shock to the
friends cf the Dovey family and they
wilt ail anxiously await wore! lrom
ner bedside as to tne progress of her
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spots
How to Remove Easilv.
Ilere's a chance, Miss Freckle-face,
to try a remedy for freckles with the
guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
will not cost you a penny unless it re
moves the freckles; while if it does
give you a clear complexion the ex
pense is trifling.
Simply get an oence of othine
tiouole strength from any druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
the homery freckles and get a beauti
ful complexion. Rarely is more than
one ounce needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine, as this is "the
prescription sold under guarantee of
mbney back if it fails to remove
Gering & Co.
To Sell Carnations.
One of the teams of St. Mary's
Guild of the Episcopal church will sell
carnations on Saturday, May 8th, for
Mothers' Day, which will be observed
on Sunday, May 9th. Watch for fur
ther particulars and remember to pur
chase your Mowers for Mothers' Day
of these ladies.
Dr. G. R. Davis,
3 Years Graduate cf the Kirksville Scfcsol
Ssnc-ral Office Practice
7th and Main St.,P3ttsrnoutfa, Neb.
Wall Paper. Gering & Co.
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LU ILL' fiU
mann and Mr. and Mrs. MacMurph;
went to Omaha on Friday last to hea
Janausehek play "Mary Stuart."
P.v. Mr. Burgess will continue his
private school in the First ward
school house during vacation, or until
hot weather me.kes it advisable to
close. He has been very successful
and his pupils have made rapid pro
Our well "known townsman J. C.
Cummins, and J. G. Richey, from
Iowa, will open a brand new lumber
ard about the last of next week at
J. V. Weckbach's old stand. They
will put in an unlimited and selected
stock, and will sell low down for cash.
The well known responsibility of Mr.
cummins, aione win insure tnem a
good patronage. Don't fail to call
Mound and examine their stock and
.improve your chances of making a
Thos. Moran, the young man ar
rested here some ten days ago on sus
I icion oi oeing a norse tniel, was
brought before Judge Sullivan Tues
day, Geo. S. Smith conducting the
ease for the state and J. E. Morrison
acting as counsel for the prisoner.
After a careful and patient hearing,
and a lengthy examination and cross
examination of the prisoner, by coun
sel, the judge bound him over for a
hearing at the distiict court. There
no positive evidence of his guilt,
lut his own contradictory evidence
nd generally suspicious conduct was
the principal grounds on which he is
Salt Lake, May 29. The Indian,
Tambago. convicted of the murder of
Mexander Rhoder, at Fort Hill, was
today sentenced to be hung at Boise
City, Idaho, on the 28th dav of June.
y the district court, at Malado,
Idaho, today. This was the young
man buried here last spring, a son of
one of the oldest residents in Cass
county, and we most heartily rejoice
hat the government for once, exacted
ustice and proposes to mete cut
punisnment to the cowardly redskin
who shot young Rhoden.
From Rock Bluffs I believe I have
ten nothing from Rock Bluffs for
ome time, so I will try to gvie a few
Jtas of our city, hoping they will ba
Joseph Shera keeps a store at his
eld stand, he also keeps the postoffice.
He hr.s a severe pain in one of his
eyes at present.
James Walstow may be found on
the south side of the street, where he
keeps a full line of groceries.
P'urther west, on the north side, is
the blacksmith shop of Howard Allen.
He understands his business well, and
has plenty of muscle to use in swing
ing the hammer.
John Farthing is the shoemaker of
cur town, and does good work.
Messrs. Folden and Royall are run
ning the mill here.
D. A. Campbell is our school
teacher and proves to be a competent
man for the position of teacher.
Mr. Michael Archer is around as
sessing our precinct, and many are
asking him how he sells pumps.
Mr. Eaton is the manufacturer of
'"Green Mountain Salve," which is
l enefficient to both man and best. His
team ran away today, but did no se
Charlie and Michael Farthing have
bought a dashing team.
It is expected a game cf base ball
will be pSayed here the 22d between
boys from Plattsmouth and the "Skip
pers" (little follows) of Rock Bluffs.
I suppose I havew ritten enough
for this time, so I will bring my let
ter to a close. Speck.
BASKET - STORE
Apples! Apples! Apples!
White Winter Pearwain; special
while they last at
15c perdozen '
Best eating apples rown. Also lots
of other kinds of apples
D. J. O'Brien's fine chocolates 30c lb
Fresh Marshm allows, 20 for 5c
Fresh Salted Peanuts 15c lb
Take advantage of the fine fruits
and candies which we offer at such
8 Bars Diamond C Soap 25c
We have Cabbage, Tomato and
Pansy plants to sell here.
Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin,
Dan ah, Mrs. Livingston, Mr.
William Hennessey was in town
Mrs. Philip Schafer spent Monday
P. H. Roberts had his house newly
painted this last week.
Shelling corn is the principal rotine
of the day in these parts.
I'hilip Schafer returned from
Rochester, Minn., Monday.
Iven Meisinger and Lloyd Schneider
visited in Louisville Sunday.
Mrs. Philip Schafer took dinner
with Mrs. John Gatier Sunday.
Miss Ellen Johnson of Louisville
visited in Cedar Creek Friday.
G. P. Meisinger and wife were shop
ping in Plattsmouth Saturday.
Elmer Meisinger and wife attended
the show in Plattsmouth Saturday.
Irven and Gertrude Meisinger at
tended the show in Louisville Friday
Walter Solsburg and John Gauer.
jr., attended the show in Louisville
Mrs. Henry Thierolf and daughter,
Mildred, were shopping in Platts
Judge Newell- and Mr. Frickey of
Plattsmouth were trying their hand
at fishing Tuesday.
Hardings' ice cream man was call
ing on S. J. Reames Tuesday, getting
lined ud for the season.
Bert Clifford of Louisville was in
Cedar Creek exchanging meters for
the electric Irght company.
J :mes Hess enflow went to Ralston
Saturday to spend Sunday wdth
Walter Hessenfiow and wife.
Look out, boys! Elmer Schafer has
got a new buggy and was trying its
running qualities Sunday. Ktep your
A number of young people gathered
at the home of v llham Schneider
Saturday night and spent the evening
enjeying a good time.
Sunday, May 2, is Church day, and
everybody is specially invited to at
tend. German 3t 10 a. m.. and Eng
lish in the evening at 7:"0.
Don't be stingy with fun; laugh all
you can. It shakes up the system,
makes the blood circulate, wakes up
the lungs, starts digestion, relaxes
the nerves, and the rest is most re
freshing. Helen and Verla Schneider, Lola
Duff, Gertrude Meisinger, Dora
Gauer, George Schroder, John Gauer,
jr., Lloyd Schneider and Irven Mei
singer spent Sunday evening at the
G. L. Meisinger home.
Now is the time to show your true
patriotism and get up and drag the
roads. Each farmer should feel it his
duly and privilege to have or demand
good roads when weather permits. If
the commissioners fail to attend to
this let the farmer insist upon having
the roads dragged.
Henry Baughman and family have
mo-ved into the Honis Schroeder
house and will make Cedar Creek
their home this summer.
Farmers should have their names
neatly lettered on their mail boxes.
People who drive through the country
are always anxious to know the names
of the owners of the places they pass.
Morgan Curyea returned Wednes-H
day from Lincoln.
Mrs. C. F. Rosenow was shopping
in Lincoln Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Miller has returned
home from Lincoln.
The work on the C. E. Jordan build
ing is progressing nicely.
Miss Merle Carr came in from Lin
coln Wednesday on No. 14.
Sheriff Quinton of Plattsmouth was
in town on business Saturday.
Miss McConnell of Lincoln was in
town the latter part of last week. "
Miss Esther Rosenow returned from
her visit at llaveloek Sunday morning.
Miss Emily Strong is learning to
operate the telephone switch-board.
Miss Anna Rasp and Miss Waggon
er were shopping in Lincoln Wednes
day. Albert Foreman and brother, John,
visited Sunday with friends in Lin
coln Tom McCourt and men were here
his week repairing the Rock Island
I. D. Jones and daughter, Ruth, of
Murdock were in town Saturday
Harry Parsell and son, John, w-ie
in Lincoln on business Wednesday and
Art Prouty of Lincoln visited Wed
nesday with his mother, Mrs. Ella
Prouty and family.
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fi-.r . .. bv C.-iluinct.
For clary ti.? in milti'ns of kit- h ns has
proved that Crtlmnrt b: hb!ct n..t only in
qualify but in ha-: r '"? -irr as vt ll un
failing in results pi:r- to tlieextrcine anil
jiiindt-rfuily ecoTioniicd in use. Ask your
fnx-cr. Ail J try Calumet next bake day.
Received Highest Awards
r j.. -t 1 j; iciilu.
The Alvo base hall nine played
Eagle Sunday on the lalter's diamond,
losing by a score cf 4 to 1.
Mr. Barrett of Oklahoma, who for
merly lived west of town, is visitln-r
Mr. and Mrs. Chailes II. Ki: Lpatrick.
Miss Christine Rosenow of Elm
wood visited Sunday and Monday
with her cousin, Miss Esther Rose
now. Miss Mai le Stout is clerking for
the Evans' Mercantile Co. during the
absence of MissNita Mullen, who has
Over a Year.
"I wish to give you thanks," writes
Mr. St. Dragos to Mr. Jos. Triner,
'"hecause I must confess that Triner.'s
American Elixir of Bitter Wine is in
fact a good medicine. I was sick with
my stomach for over a year and used
many remedies and also visited physi
cians, but nothing gave me relief. I
started then to use Triner's Ameri
can Elixir of Bitter Wine, and from
that time felt better. My appetite,
which I lacked for a whole year, re
turned. I wish to recommend Triner's.
American Elixir of Bitter Wire to all
my countrymen. St. Dragos, Box 4'1,
Yatesboro. Pa." As soon as the ap
petite returns the patient usually will
become stronger and sorn bis health
will improve. Triner's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine will clean-out
the intestines' and create appetite.
Price $1.00. At drug store. Jos.
Triner, Manufacturer, So.
Ashland Ave., Chicago.
Try to rub Triner's Liniment en
painful parts of your body, whether
they are rheumatic or neuralgic and
watch the prompt effect. Price 27c
and 50c, by mail 35c and Ouc.
FOR SALE Three beautiful homes.
Write at once for particulars.
Windham Investment Loan Co.
Wall Paper. Gering & Co.
Paints and OAs, Gering & Co.
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WcrW Fore lC'?Jrt VC?.
Food t ipo.rt.on. V. S,w
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