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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1915)
THURSDAY, JULY 8, 113.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEELY JOIKNAE.
with the Pure
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with the Pure
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55PRESENTIKG A LIST OF HIGH-CLASS, CLEAN AND MODERN CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS, INCLUDING LEON W. MARSHALL'
& & ajj Mi O H
evices, Palace of rvirth, The Jitney, lisosrsg iotordome, $20,000.00
"Oafry-Us-iyi" and Other Excellent Attractions.
with the Pure
Xl I I VM IwmtZiWM Y TIOKABLE FEATURES
with the Pure
S'JiT FILED ASSST 0., R. !.
AND F. IN 0ISTBS0T COURT
A p'.iit ha- !c-n filed in vhe district
court tnt;t'-:-l Fe!ij.c Meikar.o vs. the
fh'.-.-ajro, Koch I.--land & Picific r.ail
10:11! corrpany. In his petition the
plnintiff Plate:; that he was in the tm
I loy cf the defendant company at
Fai;bury. Xc?.:aska, on M.ty 1, lf)l",
i f a section man, ar.d whi'e er.KP-pred
in hi. work wa? f-ent by the foreman
to r.ssi-t in mcvinp: th? doors on a
carload f prravel, a- hsir-.z ur.uue.l
to ui h v.-o: k rcrelved perr.-:r.ent in
j . i : ; o s and for whirh he the sum
cf $.:.'', a? damans. The plaintiff
is now a resident of Louisville and is
r'nvst nt,l h: hi tase y he firm of
n-.ev, Tay;cr & Palmer of Omaha.
DJIVI3 HAWKSWORTK SUFFER
ING FROM TYPHOID FEVER
! From W'ertnesdav's lalli'.
S The many friends in this city of
! David Ilawksworth will learn with the
I createst repriet that he is in one of
I the hospital:- at Detroit, Michigan,
j suffering from an attack of typhoiJ
fever, with which he was taken down
' on Friday last, and at once taken to
. the hospital. Mr. Hawksworth is vice
! president of the Hutch ins Car Roof
; ir.jr "o. of Detroit, and was here a few
; months rfro visiting- his mother, Mrs.
! D. Hawkswarth. The relatives and
1 friends here will anxiously await word
' from his bedside, trustir.fr that he may
recover in a tdort time fiom the ill-ne.-3
with which he has been stricken
The day of harsh physic 3 is jroine.
People "';rt mild, easy laxatives.
I.'..r.s Keirulets hrve sati ;f:ed thou
sands, tl.'c at all dri:.T stores.
FOR SALE A twin cylined motor
cycle. Nearly new. 'Phone 138.
Red Sox vs Gedsr Creek
3:00 P. M.
of OIV1AHA vs-
The Cedar Creek team, which ap
pears here Saturday afternoon, is one
of the fastest in the county and will
bring: with them a larjre number of
rooters to boost for their team and
the locals deserve a pood crowd to
help them win their eleventh straight
On Sunday the Bour?;oise team of
the Greater Omaha leajue will be
here and this will be a red-hot con
test. Fe there. Both games will start
at 3 o'clock.
GECRSE SHAHZ RECENTLY
FQ1SSNED IS DOING WELL
From Wednesday'? T tail v.
Ccorre Schanz, who has been suf-
fenncr for sevral days past from
potamiiiv; poisoninjr, is ;ettinu: alonjr
nicely and is now on the highway to
i-ecovery, alihouh still confined to his
home, and it is thought that he will
.soon be able to be v:p and around,
which will be pleasing news to his
rnanv friends throughout the city.
THE LIBERTY BELL
TO PASS THROUGH
From WfdneFtlay' T"arr.
The Liberty Pell which from the
tower of Independence hall in Phila
delphia, in 177G proclaimed liberty to
the United States and carried its mes
sage around the world, will pass
through this city Friday morning: at
4:li en route to the Panama-Pacific
exposition at San Fianciseo. The
famous bell, which is traveling by
special train from Philadelphia to San
Francisco, will arrive over the Bur
lington at the Junction at 4 o'clock
and at once proceed to this city. There
will be no stop made here, but the
train will run very slowly in order
that those who desire may get a
glimpse of the famous bell, which wi'.l
go down as one of the most famous
in the history of the world, and its
triumphal tour shows the spirit of
patriotism which is stirring the
American people at this time.
Mrs. V. II. Venner and daughter,
Miss DeElIa. and Mrs. Samuel Eccles,
a sister of Mrs. Venner, came up this
morning from their home and were
passengers on the early Burlington
train for their home.
Divorce Granted in District Court.
From Tuesday's Dailv.
In the district court this morning a
deciee of divorce was granted in the
caseo f Hazel Cappen vs. Ed Cappen,
by Judge Begley. The plaintiff al
leged extreme cruelty and asked the
custody of the minor children, which
was granted by the court. The plain
tiff resided in Weeping Water.
Fiom Tuesdays I'nlly.
Attorney C. E. Tent of Weening
Water was here to. lay looking afrcr
.-onie matters of business at the court
Robert Fitch, wife and children
visited over the Fourth at Union with
their relatives and friends, goim; to
that city Sunday.
G. W. Ilirz was among those taking
in the automobile races in Omaha yes
tcn'r.y, going to thr.t city on the early
Gocrge Budig of Havtlock was here
over the Fourth visiting at the home
rf his i.r.rents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliar.i
Bttdig, in this city.
George Hall of Falls City was here
over Sunday vh-iting with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hall, as well as
his mnny old friends.
Mis? Edna MeNinger was among
the visitors in ihe metropolis yesV"
day for a few hours enjoing the
festivities in that city.
Ilc-r.ry Horn of Cedar Creek was
among: the over Sunday vistors in
this city, attending to seme trading
and visiting with friends.
W. R. Young of near Mynard was
here Saturday afternoon attending to
some rr.att&rs of business with the
merchants in the line of trading. j
A. F. Nicl.3is of rear Murray was
among those going to Omaha this
morning, where he was called to looki&f
after some matters of business. i'fi
C. F. Vallery, the eHiicent roadljS
overseer, and wife, were here Satur- i tffm
an ! J. A. Walker motoiel up from
their home in Murray yesterday for
a few hours looking after seme mat
ters of business.
Louis Trimpe and wife of Omaha
came down Saturday evening and
vifited ever night here, departing
Sunday for Hiawatha, Kansas, for a
visit there with 1 dative.-;.
Frank Cook, wife and little babe
arrived from Havclork Saturday even
ing and visited here over Sunday and
Monday with relatives and friends in
j this city before returning home.
j George B. Lehncff and family of j
j Orr.; ha motored down from Omaha
yesterday morning to visit for a few j
j hours here with Mrs. F. D. LehnhorT
;and other relatives and friends.
j Mark White came in yesterday
j morning from his home and was a
j passenger on the early Bidington !
train for Omaha, where he attended
1 the automobile races in that city.
Harry rtuffer and wife of Havcdock
j came down Saturday afternoon for a
short visit here with Mr. and ?.lrs.
John Bceson. as well as with Mr. Huf
fer's parents. A. L. HufTer and wife,
II. H. Tartsch of Sioux City was
heic Sunday an! Monday visiting
with his father, August Tartsch and
family, and with his wife, who is here
visiting at the home of htr father,
Mrs. O. M. Streight returned home
this morning from a visit of a few
weeks at LaMont, Iowa, and Chicago
with friends and relatives, and while
at Chicago visited with Monte
Streight and wife.
Captain Isaac Wiles, who has been
at Minatare, Neb., for a short time
visiting with relatives there and look
ing after his land interests, returned
home Sunday, well pleased with his
visit in that section.
P. C. Chassott cf McAllister, Okla
home. accompanied by his wife and
children, are here for a short visit at
the home of Mrs. P. C. Hanson and
family in this city, as well as with
other relatives and friends.
Alvin Muray of McCook, Neb., was
here over Sunday visiting with his
mother, Mis. J. A. Murray, and his
many friends, before returning to his
home in the west, where he is employ
ed by the Burlington railroad.
James Jones and wife of Shen
andoah, Iowa, were visitors here over
the Fourth, visting at the homes of
relatives, and Mr. Jones departed
this morning for his home, while his
wife will remain for a longer visit.
E. L. Jahrig of Cambria, Wyoming,
who has been here visiting his wn,
R. C. Jahrig and family, for a few
days, departed yesterday morning for
his home in the west. E. C. Jahrig
accon panied his father at far as
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ackerman and
three, children, Edna, Violet and Ed
ward, of Wymorc, Neb., have been
visiting relatives in this city since last
Wednesday. Mr. Ackerman returned
last evening and Mrs. Ackerman and
the children will visit here until Friday.
FOR SALE Fawn and White Indian
Runner duck eggs, white egg strain,
?1.0) per 13, $5.00 per 100. Inquire
of A. O. Ramge, Route 1, Plattn
mouth, Neb. 4-5-tf-wkly
Woman loves a clear, rosy com
plexion. Burdock Blood Bitters is
splendid for purifying the blood,
dealing the skin, restoring sound di
gestion. All druggists sell it. Price,
te7mm&zxmzm attend the big g
day locking after the week-end shop
ping and calling on their friends.
Joe Tighe and wife of Havelock
were here yesterday enjoying a visit
with relatives and friend?, and while 1
the F. F. Schiaior
here were guests a
Nelon Jean, wife and little daugh
ter, Lois, were Sunday visitors in the
vicinity of Mynard, where they spent
the day at the home of Mr. Jean's
Guy Gould, wife and little daughter,
Jane, came down from Havelock Sun
day and visited here over the Fourth
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will
L. II. Heil and wife came in yester
day from their country home and
were passengers on the early Burling
ton train for Omaha to attend the 1
sse Bali Tournament and ftisht Shows
5 S J
14 and 15-
$5,000 in P
ES3 AND PRIZES! E
ir iHn liifi
Ford Touring Car $10.00
Seme party at tbi time can buy a new Ford
Touring Car for $10. Car will be sold at
srld at 4:30 p. m. at Judges' stand, July 15.
LeG are's Mammoth
Spiral Tower Exhibition
is one of the big free attractions. Staits at
top of tower 110 feet high, coasting arnidit
volcanic eruptions and gorgeous fireworks.
$20.00 Suit or Dress for $1.00
Some party at Night Show can buy a $20
Suit or $20 Dress Pattern for $1.00.
SHERMAN JOKES, Prssidfiit MILLS COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCITY y S. H. WHITE, Secretarj H
Dr. G. II. Gilmore and son, Walker,
Wall Taper. Gerinff & Co.
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