The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, May 03, 1915, Page PAGE 3, Image 3
PL AITS-MOUTH SEJII-TTESELT JOTJKSAIli PAGE S. t TTj fj?S CSTT!3&J!V!!. I have in rood road. C2H22EE5E3 W awn .Hfw-Wf J he t.ntes lamiiy is returning irom Montana, Lantz Clites having arrived HEAL ESTATE TK ANSI-ERS. J in advance. Lantz pays it required MOXDAY, MAY 3, 1913. Welch's, Armour's and Red ing Welch's, Armours and Red Wing Brands are the three best and most popular brands on the market, and we carry them all in 50c and 25c bottles. Lay in your supply now, tor you will want some when the recii hot weather begins. We specialize on Heinz Goods, and carry near! all of the 57 var ieties. Oar line of high grade canned and bottle goods is the best in the city, consisting of Curtice Bros., Califo, Monarch, and Advo Brands, aside from other standard lines. Try us for Quality. All kinds of fresh morning. ELF d o Li u Lin Phone 53 and 54 Local flews From Saturday's Daily. W. A. Fight of Mynard was among: those point: to Omaha today to visit foi a few hours. Peter Mei.-dnger and wife of near Cedar Creek were in the city today at tending to some of the week-end : hopping. W. T. Richardson of Mynard came in this afternoon from his home and was amor. ir the passenger? on No. 123 for Omaha. Jrck Patterson and wife of Union came up yesterday afternoon and .pcnt a few hours here with relatives and friends. L. A. Meisinger and wife were in the city for a few hour? yesterday aft ernoon looking: after some chopping; with the merchants. W. F. Gillespie, the Mynard grain dt-.-ier, was a visitor in Omaha yester day, stopping off here for a few hours las evening: en route heme. William Puis, the substantial farm er from west of Murray, was in the city today looking after business mat ters and visiting: with his fri.-nds. J'hn Krager came in this mornir.tr from his farm home, west of Mynard. to visit for a few hours with friends in this city and look after some trad ing:. Adam KafTenberger came in this mornine from his home near Cedar Cit-ek to spend a few hours here with friends and look after some week-end shopping:. Adam Fornoff, from the vicinity of Cedar Creek, was among: the visitor? :n the city today for a fen- hours looking1 after pome trading: with the merchants. Henry J. Mei.-ingor, one of the lead ing residents of Cedar Creek, came in thi morning: from his home to look after some shopping-, as well as to visit with friends. deorge Lindsay, Morris Poilard and Mr. Anderson of Nehawka were here yesterday, driving: up in the auto with Frank Sheldon, and spending: a few hour? here looking after some busi ness matters. P. I). Stine of Ur.ion. who has been serving; as a member f the jury panel at the present term of ;h; district oiutt, departed th;s afternoon for his home, having i-cvved 1 is time r n l been di.- harged from further duty. James Miller, the boss conciete con tractor of Xehawka, carni! in last vening from his home and was a pas senger this morning for Omaha, where he will visit for the day look ing after some matters of business. Henry Kehne of Weeping Water ar rived in this city this morning to at tend to some important business mat ters and will visit over Sunday with hi.? brother, Fred Kehne, near this city. Mr. Kehne was a pleasant call er at this office. J. M. Parkhurst and R. I). Stine of Union were attending to important business matters in this cily today, coming up on the early morning train over the Missouri Pacific. While here Mr. P.arkhurst took time to call at this office and have his subscription to the Daily Journal extended for an other year. Mrs. S. E. Donavan of Cheyenne, Wyoming, and daughter, Mrs. Ida Mc- Cabe, of Rock Island, Illinois, who I fruits and vegetables, and fresh asparagus every THE have been visiting at the home of T. W. Glenn and family, departed this mo.ning for Kock Island. Mrs. Dona van is a sister of Mr. Glenn and ex pects to make her home at Rock Is land in the future. From Kiklay'.s Daily. Joseph Zimmerer, the Avoca bank er, was a visitor in the city today, motoring up from his home to look after some business matters. Frank P. Sheldon of Xehawka rr.oiored up this afternoon fiom his home to look after some matters at the court houe for a few hours. Mrs. Ida Tritsch and Mrs. Ed Tritsch and daughter, Adelia, were among those going to Omaha this morning to look after some matter? of business. If. H. Tartsch and wife, who have been here visiting with relatives and in attendance at the funeral of the moiher of Mr. Tartsch, departed this afternoon for their home. Father .Wi'liam Iliggins of Manley came over last evening from his home to visit h?re for a few hours with Father M. A. Shine, departing thi-. morning for Omaha to vi.-it for the day. Mrs. G. II. Tarns and daughter, Mr. Tied Rezener, were among the passengers this morning for Omaha, wnere tney win visit lor tne iiay in that city looking after some matters of business. James Loughridge of Murray motored up this morning to spend a few hours in this city looking after some matters of business and calling on his friends. Mrs. S. O. Pitman came in last evening on No. 2 from Omaha, where she had h?en visiting with friends, as well as locking after some matters of business, and was met here by her husband and conveyed to their home at Murray in the auto. Mrs. D. O. Hewitt of Greenleaf, Kansas, and Mrs. Louise Klein of Omaha, who have been here visiting their mother, Mrs. B. Hemple, as well as to attend the funeial of Mrs. Aug ust Tartsch, departed yesterday aft ernoon for their home. Albert Satchell, who is at present located near Stanton, Neb., is spend ing a few days in this county with old friends. Mr. Satchell formerly re sided near Murray and is well pleased with his present location, where he has resided a little over a year. His friends were pleased to visit with Al bert and to learn that he is doing so nicely. Miss Vesta Gray, who has been here visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. William A. Robertson, for a few days, departed this morning for Santa Ro.-a, California, where she is engag ed in school work. Miss Gray was called to this state by the death of her father, the late Judge E. F. Gray, of Fremont. Dr. G. II. Gilmore motored up from Murray this morning to spend a few hours looking after some matters of business. Iienry J. Meisinger of the vicinity of Cedar Creek was here Saturday for a few hours looking after some matters of business and visiting with relatives and friends. Ed Leech and wife and Mrs. Julius Asch and G. E. Wiley were in the city today for a few hours attending to some business matters. a R DAYLIGHT STORE NEHAWKA. s" News. . r A baby girl is a recent arrival at the X. Harger home west of town. John Schwartz returned Monday afternoon from Cedar Creek, where lie had been working' last week. Mrs. Mt-ry Duckworth arrived Sun day from Chariton, Iowa, to be with hei son. Charles, whose condition is not improved. V.. W. Shrader was a passenger for St. Joseph Wednesday morning, where he met his son from Furnas county, who was there on business. Warren Mumm. sr., got in Saturday morning: from an extended visit, to a daughter in Florida. I12 wiil spend the summer among his boys here. John Whiteman is being treated to a It'XL'O-foot addition to his farm ('veiling. This will give these excel lent people a lot of room that will hz- appreciated. J hn knabe shipned a load of Chester White hogs of his own rais ir.g to the South Omaha market last week tnat topped the market ani on.'gru "nn a iu:y miie ouncn o: money. There were !7 in the car. Faring the thunder shoiXer last Thursday morning the lightning .-tri:ck the Will Chappell house, tear ing quite a bit of plastering upstair?, fortunately following the cistern pipe intc the ground. Mrs. Chappell, alone in the house at the time, was mom entarily stunned. The ball team journeyed to Louis ville Sunday and got skinned to a fare-you-well, the final score standing 11 to 1 in favor of those denizens of a soon-to-be dry town. The hoys offer a number of alibis, none of which would change the situation much were they reported. ELMWOOD. Leader-Echo. Dan Rumlin will commence soon the erection of a fine large house on his farm. A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fleischmann Wednes day morning. Gamble Brothers delivered over 1. 200 bushels of wheat to the elevator here this week. Jake Fleischman commenced the cement foundation this week for the building of a fine country house. J. L. fling is absent on a visit to his farm in Holt county, and will also visit relatives at Minneapolis and look into a mill proposition on the north eastern Nebraska border. Troy Ward was in town a couple of days last week, coming up from Avoca with his father, where he was paying his parents a visit. He and his father visited here at the home of his brother, Ollie Ward and family. Troy has been in the employ of the Prnnswick-Palke Callendar Co. at their Kansas City office. Automobilists have been greatly pleased with the country roads sur rounding Elmwood. Despite the fact that the heavy hauling had made them "rutty," timeljr work has kept them in good shape. This is a good word in favor of our road supervisors and the farmers in behalf of the interest theytPairitS and Oils, Gering & Co. iteau in Montana, considering the probable returns when the country de eloped, at Lest. Th-- fiard.-h,ip- of jjio. leering: for ai! there i in d;ht in that section does not appeal to them. Little Cora Williams had the mi. forture to break both bor.es of her lef forearm Sunday afternoon while phying with other children at h?r home. She in some ir.aner stumbled as the was running .nd fell headlong aga;nt the house, rai-dng her left arm to catch herself. The arm was baaly wrenched and Cora suffered much pain until relieved by a physi cian. She is doing icelv now. the injured member knitt rapidly. This is a .di d he a line ication of the same trouoie mat i ora nas under go: e. i-he having PufTVrcd a fracture of her right arm some time aco. It is tTe hope of her ma-.y friend? that .-he will speedily recover. i Paints and Oils, Gering &. Co. EAGLE. .AiG Leacon. i Mrs. M. E. Prar.tinr has just in stalled a new counter to accom modate her ice cream customers. Jack Lyeil went to Alliance, Neb., Sunday evening to spend a few days looking after business. Max Spahule made a business trip to South Dakota Monday of last we -k, returning home Saturday. Grandpa Yoho is st ill -triou.-iy ill at the home of his son. W. p. Yoho, and his condition is growing more dargerous each day. J M. Anderson of Seattle, Wash., ai lived here Sunday of last week for an extended visit with his brother, O. Anderson, ir.d othe: re.atsves. :rs. j- lorn .Alar,Ker and iau enter. Ti'.m..on. nf Lincoln, visited Monday and Tuesday ai th T. R. Adams hoi'ie. Tue?(iay, April 27th, being Mrs. Ail-.ms' birthday. J. II. L.arom had the partition in the rear end of his hardware store loin out ju-t recently and remodeled that part of the building. This adds con.- iderable space in which to d; splay hi- stock, and by the way. Jim feels pr-?1ty proud of the change. Mr. and Mrs. I.. Pittit moved in'o their property Wednesday which they iciertly purchased from C. C. Coop er. Mr. Pettit has remoJeled the bo -e to ot;ht- an extent, and it i:o-,r i.e.'.rs a much bettor apper ranee, and v.il. make them. ;;n ideal home. An exeedingly simple ut very p'tUy wedding took place Thursday evening. April th, at S:"0, r.t the home of Mr?. A. P. Headley in this city, when her oldest daughter. Pearl, was unite.! in marriage to Joseph E. Rudolph by the Rev. A. B. Shepa-d of the Methodist Episcopal church, in the presence of sixty relatives and fri- nds. Wail Paper. Gering &. Co. 3 0,000 ICES And Many Are the Voices of Platts mouth People. Thirty thousand voices What a grand chorus! And that's the number of American men and women who are publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills for reli?f from backache, kidney ana bladder ills. They say it to friends. They tell it in the home parers Plattsmouth people are in this chorus. Here's a Plattsmouth case: Benjamin Brooks, Main street. Plattsmouth, says: "I had a severe attack of kidney complaint, brought on uy a bad cold. At times the pain extended from my back and hips into my shoulders. I couldn't get about and was laid up for two weeks. My head ached for hours at a time. I had dizzy spells, during which my sight blurred. After using two boxes of Pom's Kidney Pills, procured at Ger- ng & Co.'s Drug Store, I regained my health." Price oOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kiclnev Pills the same that M i. Brooks had. Foster-Miiburn Co.. Vi-or, Buffalo, N. Y. Lame Back. Lame, back is usually dtie to rheu matism of the muscles of the back. Hard working people are most likely co suffer from it. Relief may be had by massaging the back with Cham berlain's Liniment two or three times a day. Try it. Obtainable everywhere. Pn?die Talkington to C. S. Trnmlde, lot P, block V.t, Eagle. E. j. Clements, administrat or, to M. P. Preston, part NV quarter. SV (quarter, 1 o-1 0-1 o. Consideration . 4:'.". 00 !tl 215.00 jf : u 1 a S h .hwi O to Si m S hwab, ex. deed, p:;i t E h.df. XW quarter. 28-11- 14. Consideration lie: man Kleitsch, et ah, to joe Ililger. lots 7 and K. block r'- Weeping Water. "cnriilerat ion . . . Herman Kieitch to Jo? Ililger, lot 4'.i, lot 4, i ock 'N, Weeping Water. C '"isidera'tion Ii;n;an Kk-it-ch to Joe linger, part lots 1 to 4, r'eck sJ. Weeping Water. l.;00.0o Consideration W. W. Jame.,on to W 'niter, SV ouarter. l.00.o; W. NW or arte -:u-i. Con- alien 3,O00.''O t r Fitzpatricli to Mar tha J. !'it::patriek, lot '. block 10, Wteping Water, Consideration G rover Fitzpatrick to Mar tha J. Fitzpatrick, lots 7,, 1 and. 8, block 10, Carter's addition to Weeping Wa- t--r. Consideration T. E. Kowen to H. II. Shrad- r.oo.oo 100.00 er, 1 1 is l.'.l ar.i If), block South Park additions to city. Consideration... J.d n Rdey to J. W. Falter, I. is 1 to h block 2, O'XeiH's addition to city. Consideration 1.00 r.o . 00 W. S. Xo.'-ris to C. W. Stone, part west half, NW quar ter, "0-10-13. Considera fon 10,r'X).OO A. E. Jameson to Lucinda 11 itchn-.a".. k 1 to 0 bl..ck 1, Walnut Hill addi tion. Weeping Water. Consideration 2,"O().00 ! C. A. Lamnhere to II. D. Newton, lots 00 and Vi.e; Outlots, city. Con sideration rno.00 I-jt.h Stanley to Ado!:,h Cei.-'.e. lots f to S. block 1, Ycur.g & Hayes addition to city. Consideration... Sr,0.00 John Frolich to Charles Fro lich. southwest quarter li-;-. Consideration 18,400. Co Jacob Ilursh to Charles Fro l.ch. quit claim deed, west half. NE quarter; E half, NW quarter, 10-10-0. Con sideration 1.00 C. D. Quirton to Mark White, sheriff's deed block 2 . Duke's edition to city. Consideration 1,700.00 A. C. Tulene to Frank Wern er -a. lot 21, block 2, Fichey Place addition to city. Consideration .... S."0.00 Fror.k WonJra to John Bu l acek, lots 21 and 22. Itichey Place addition to c ty. Consideration 400.00 G: ' rge Iloman to W. M. Sheldon, lot (i, block 22, outh J'arK audition to city. Consideration 300.00 M-ithilde Teterson to Wil liam Wegener, lots 71 and 72, Louisville. Considera tion l,SO0.O0 Olive Gass to Mary J. Tuey, part lots 1 and 2, block 45, Young Mayes' addition to citv. Consideration... l-"0.00 Wall Paoer. Gering &. Co. Sold at Sheriff's Sale. 1 his morning Sheriff Quirton sold at auction at the south door of the court house the residence property belonging to Frank Tague, which is located in South Park addition to thi? city. It was sold for ?30C to A. J. Trilcty. Wall Paper. Gerinu &. Co. 'tow .Mrs. Harrcd Got Rid of Her Stomach Trouble. ''1 suffered with stomach trouble for years and tried everything I heard of, but the only relief I got was tem porary until last spring I saw Cham berlain's Tablets advertised and pro cured a bottle of thm at our drug ftore. I got immediate relief from that dreadful heaviness aftr eating and from pain in the stomach," writes Mr. Linda Harrod, Foit Wayne, Ind. Obtainable everywhere. CASTOR! A Per Infants and Children. Tha Kind Yea Have Always Bougfet fwio.oo Bears the Signature of Genuine Axminisfer Rugs Zizes 27x54 Worth $2.50 Now Only $1.98 y oh wealer & Lute Mr. -and Mrs. Justus Lillie went to the farm of their son, Frank, near Murray, Saturday afternoon for a week's visit with the family. P A. Meisinger was among those vis ting in the city Saturday from out, in the county, attending to some tracing with the merchants. I en Dill of the vicinity of Murray wa.-. in the city Saturday looking af ter a few matters of business with the merchants for a few hours. I'li M. Smith, one of the promin ent farmers of eastern Liberty p.re cinct, was in the city this morning for a few hours attending to some trad ing with the merchants. George Parks, wife and little son were among the passengers this mo-ning for Omaha, where they will visit for a few hours and then con tinue on to Lincoln to visit with friends and relatives. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. STATE OF NEBRASKA, Cass County, ss. In County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of John Peter Keil, Deceased: Notice is hereby given to the credit ors of said deceased that hearings will be had upon claims tiled against said estate, before me, County Judge of Cass County, Nebraska, at the County Court room in Plattsmouth, in said County, on the 8th day of May, liJ'o, f.nd on the 0th daj- of November, 19K, at 9 o'clock a. m. each day for exam ination, adjustment and allowance. Ai claims must be filed in f.aid court on or before said last hour of hearing. Witness my hand and seal of said County Court, at Plattsmouth, Ne braska, this 7th day of April, 1015. ( Seal) ALLEN J. BEESON, County Judge. 4-12-4wks NOTICE TO CREDITORS. STATE OF NEBRASKA, Cass County, ss. In County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Archi bald M. Holmes, Deceased: Notice is hereby given to the credit ors of said deceased that hearings will be had upon claims filed against said estate, before me, County Judge of Cass County, Nebraska, at the County Court 100m in Plattsmouth, in said Countj, on the 10th day of May, 1915, and on the 10th day of November, 1015, at 10 o'clock a. m., each day for examination, adjustment and allow ance. All claims must be filed in said court on or before said last hour of hearing. Witness my hand and seal of said County Court, at Plattsmouth, Ne braska, this 10th day of April, 1915. (Seal) ALLEN J. BEESON, County Judge. 4-15-4wks ATTACHMENT NOTICE. Louis Obenrouch will take notice that on the 31st day of March, 1915, M. Archer, a justice of the peace, of Plattsmouth, Cass Counts, Nebraska, issued an order of attachment for the sum of $40.00, in an action pending before him, wherein Adolph Wesch is plaintiff, and Louis Obenrouch is de fendant, and that property of the de fendant, consisting of one-quarter of beef, one meat rack, one roll of paper and one smoke house, has been at tached under said order. Said cause was continued to the 17th day of May, 1915, at 9 o'clock a. m. ADOLPII WESCH, Plaintiff. 4-15-3wks-wkly I II i l. MTK T. In Ihe District Court of (' County. rhriiMka. In ihf Matter of the Application of William F. Moore, Ouardian of the T'erson anil Estate of John K. Moore, iTirornpU'nt, lor Leave to Sell Ileal Estate. Xotii-e is lierf-nv Riven that, in pur suance of ar. order of tiie Honorable .In mcs T. llt-ivlev, judge of tlie district MUrt of Cass Count y, Nebraska, made -n ti.e I'f.tli (Uv of April. A. I . lfllTi, for tl o sale of the real estate hereinafter Uscr; Led. there will le fold at public Xiiidue to the liitrhest bidder for cash .-it the front door of the court house In the city of l'lattsmouth. in paid count v, on the ISth day of May, A. 1 . J91n, orr.rneni infr at the hour of 1 p. m.. said ss'le will tie cpen for one hour, the fol lowing desi-ribed real estate: The NE .j of the SW , , a'nd lot No. 3. in the sV 'i of the f"E '4 of section twenty five 25. in township eleven (11), of lane-e thirteen (IS), in Cass County. Nebraska. Pated this 26th dav of April. A. D. i:n w. p. mcoi:e, ("uardian of the Estate of John E. Moore. Incompetent. .1. E. DOUGLASS, Attorney, 4-26-Swks Your Instructions Are Law With Us! When you tell us to clean, press or repair your clothes paying particular attention to certain things we follow your instructions. That's Service May we have the opportun ity of convincing you that our general line of work is superior. BusctiTailoringCo., Hotel Riley Building, Plattsmouth, Neb. Or. 9. 1. Reynolds Osteopathic Physician Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, Missouri. Office (Temporary) the Riley Hotel. Office Hours 10:00 to 12:00 A. M. 2:00 to 4:00 P. M. Other Hours by Appointment. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Platts mouth, Nebraska, until 5 o'clock p. m., on the 8th day of May, 1915, for furnishing all material and labor necessary to grade and pave an area under the Burlington tracks in Platts mouth, Nebraska. All of the material and labor to be furnished and done in accordance with ihe plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk, Platts mouth, Nebraska, and at the office cf 'Me Engineers, Omaha, Nebraska. Each proposal to be accompanied by a certified check on a Plattsmoatn bank, payable to the City of Platts mouth, Nebraska, in an amount of twenty-five ($25) dollars, whicti amount will be considered liquidated damages and be forfeited to said City Ehould successful bidder fail to enter into contract for work set out in the proposal. The Mayor and City Council re serves the right to reject any or all bids. JOHN P. SATTLER, Mayor. J. E. NEMETZ, City Clerk. 4-22-Ct New Effects in Women's Pumps! We illustrate one of our new styles now very popu lar with fashionable women, trj r 1 Those who have seen and tried on this pump have been thoroughly delighted with its refining style and comfortable fit. Your ex- i perience would be the same. Dull kid and patent leathers $3.50 SHOECOMPANY VS.