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THURSDAY, ..UGUST 26, 1915.
FLATTSHOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
John Gauer was in Plattsmouth Fri
day. Henry Thierolf was in Plattsmouth
Lute Likewise was in Plattsmouth
Mrs. Albert Schafer sjent Thursday
Clarence Busche spent Thursday in
Elmer Meisinger went to Platts
Harry Meisinger went to Platts
Mrs. P. H. Roberts was shopping in
Mrs. William Keil and son, John,
went to Omaha Tuesday.
Mrs. Xessin and son, Clarence, were
in Plattsmouth Monday.
Don't forget the picnic in Cedar
'rt-ek on September 11th.
The fishing party from Plattsmouth
teported a fine catch Sunday.
Mvrna Wolff and Leoma Givens
went to Louisville Monday evening.
J. W. Wolff and A. O. Ault spent
Monday in Plattsmouth on business.
Mrs. John Wolff and Mrs: Lyle
boarded the train for Omaha Friday.
Schafer & Tritsch shipped three
loads of slock to Omaha Wednesday.
Mrs. Uaughman and daughter went
to Omaha to visit Mr. Eaughman last
Henry Baughman came home from
the hospital Saturday to stay over
James Johnson has caught the
bui! ding fever and is putting up a new
their way home to visit with her aunt
and cousin, Mrs. M. Metzger and
Mrs. W. II. Dasher and children left
Friday for Anthony, Iowa, to visit
Bert Clifford and Harry Davis were
in Cedar Creek Monday reading the
Irven Meisinger came home Thurs
day, the mud being dry enough for
the car to run.
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During the past few weeks there seems to have been a
great demand for another coal company in Plattsmouth, and at
the request of a large number of people I have consented to
handle coal in the future. My sheds will soon be under con
struction, and I have both hard and soft coal on the road, and
will be prepared to take care and make prompt deliveries on
all orders for the winter upon arrival of these shipments.
Our business will be conducted on a cash basis, but reason
able discounts will be allowed on such basis of doing business.
We will be pleased to receive your order as early as pos
sible, and we can take care of it upon arrival of first shipment.
3:00 P. M.
Come out to attend this game, as it
gives promise of being: one of the best
that will be staged on the local
grounds, and the Red Sox will find the
Louisville team a hot proposition.
Mrs. Warren is having her house
painted this week. Joe Braudback is
doing the work.
Cedar Creek is not the only wet
place in the state. Other people com
plain as much as we do.
Will Meisinger and wife, from
Sarpy county, are visiting at the G. P.
Meisinger home this week.
When drivin an auto do not holler
"Who!" when you want it to stop, as
it has not learned that language yet.
Use your brakes.
Mrs. Walter Hessenflow of Murray,
who has been visiting at William
Schneider's for the last week, return
ed home Tuesday.
Mrs. F. J. Vallelly and son, Robert,
of Catteraugus, N. Y., who have
been visiting in California and taking
in the exposition, stopped here on
The rain stopped the boys from go
ing to Nehawka to play ball Sunday,
although they started and then turned
around before they had gone far, as
it began to rain.
John Hennings, jr., got his arm
broken in a threashing machine Mon
day. The full particulars could not
be learned, but they have taken him
to a hospital at Omaha.
Mrs. Henry Dasher and daughter
Edith, went to Plattsmouth Friday to
keep house for her daughter, Mrs.
John Likewise, while she and her hus
band are visiting at Plainview, Neb.
Walter Schneider and J. W. Wolff
started for Omaha Friday with Walt
er's car to get it repaired, but had
to leave it at Louisville and come out
from Omaha with another car to
Rev. Henry Seybert of Omaha came
in Saturday night to fill Rev. Swartz's
place. He preached two fine sermons
Sunday, which were very impressive.
The text for the evening sermon was,
We are in receipt of a card from
Henry Frey of O'Neil, who is spend
ing part of his vacation in Duluth,
Minn. He states he is having the time
cf his life and expects to see old
Cedar Creek the first of September.
Hilliard Giassman, who has been
spending a few weeks on a ranch in
the western part of the state with
friends, returned home last evening
after a most delightful trip.
NO. IK V
ALVO NEWS ITEMS
C. R. Jordan was in Lincoln on
Charles Rosenow and sons were
shopping in the capital city Wednes
day. Charles Godbey and family left last
week for a visit at White Lake, S. D.,
with Mrs. Godbey's sister, Mrs. Mart
Campbell and family.
Morgan Curyea was in Lincoln
Miss Sibyl Eckles of Lincoln is
spending the week with Miss Blanche
Dr. L. Muir and family left Wed
nesday for a week's visit with rela
tives at Milford, Neb.
George Towle of Lincoln spent Sun
day with John Murtey.
Miss Marjory Carr of Eagle visited
Miss Marie Stroemer Tuesday.
Miss Stella Sheesley and Mrs. C.
M. Jordan were shopping in Lincoln
Elmer Barrett is clerking in the
store of E. W. Evans.
Mrs. Nellie Beck of South Dakota
came in Wednesday morning to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Thomas, and other relatives.
William Sutton returned from
Chappell, Neb., Wednesday, where he
had been on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snavely and
Henry Rulofsz, the latter's father,
have returned from their trip to Min
nesota. Mr. Snavely purchased c
residence property at Shell Lake, Min
nesota, and they will move there in
the near future.
Last Saturday several friends sur
prised Mrs. Raj' Clark with a miscel
laneous shower, bringing many beauti
ful presents. Ice cream and cake were
served. All report a very pleasant
time. Those present were: Mesdames
Morgan Curyea, Henry Miller, Fred
Prouty, Arthur Bird, Dan Skinner, R.
F. Johnson, Sam Hardnock, John Sut
ton, Charles Sutton, Walter Rathbun,
Peter Mick, Eli Coon, and the Misses
Kate Sutton and Maple Skinner.
Mrs. L. Lauritsen and children,
Clara and Floyd, came Wednesday
from Ruskin, Neb. Mr. Lauritsen is
moving into the R. A. Stone residence.
Farley Young of Lincoln came in
Wednesday to visit at the Harry Ap
Mrs. Mart Nickels and daughter
were in Lincoln Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shock of Blue Springs,
Neb., and Miss Snavely and Mr.
Snavely of Republic, Ohio, came in
Wednesday to visit their cousin. Rev.
J. L. Snavely and family.
The Misses Etta and Leah Miller,
Esther and Anna Rasp and Ralph
Wagner attended the Brethern Sunday
school convention at Holmesville, Neb.,
which convened this week.
Miss Fannie Eberly treated Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Miller and sons, Archie
and Lyle, Harvey Rasp and family
and Fred Kear and family to a water
melon feast Tuesday evening at the
home of the latter.
Daddy Miller went out of town Sun
day morning in his Overland in high
spirits, with his family and Mrs. Fred
Kear and children, to take dinner with
his daughter, Mrs. Johnnie Wood and
family, and lo! Sunday evening he re
turned driving a span of mules to a
spring wagon. Wonder why ?
C. H. Snavely, accompanied by Fred
Kear, autoed down to Otoe county
Sunday, just getting home ahead of
Charles Pringle and family will visit
in Lincoln a few days and then take a
trip to Indiana. From there they will
go to Seattle, Wash., where they will
make their future home.
The Misses Mary, May and Alma
Ingwerson accompanied their cousins,
Miss Hope and Master Harry Ingwer
son, to their home at Nehawka last
Saturday, visiting there until Thurs
George Foreman shipped cattle to
Omaha Monday. Mr. Foreman and
son, Charles, accompanied the ship
Dr. Paul Thureson of Chicago, 111.,
came in last week to visit his wife and
daughter, he having a week's vacation.
He went to University Place Saturday
to visit his parents.
Mrs. Frank Thureson and son, Ful
ler, of University Place, visited Tues
day at the George Foreman home.
Albert Foreman and brother, Noel,
were Lincoln visitors Sunday.
Miss Cecil Phillips of University
Place is visiting her sister, Mrs. Isola
George Foreman, jr., of Valparaiso
Fpent a few days last week visiting
his wife and daughter and the home
Rev. Herbert Shoaf and family and
Mrs. Shoafs sister, Mrs. Porter, and
son, from Wisner, Neb., spent Monday
night with Mr. and Mrs. George P.
Foreman. They were en route by
auto to Horton, Kansas, to visit with
Wall Paper Clearance Sale; 25 and
FIRE RISK POLICY
form Agreed to by Insurance
Men Must Be Altered.
ELECTRICAL CLAUSE CUT OUT
Btate Board Decides That Hereafter
Policy Shall Cover Property In a
General Way and Not Itemize Ar
ticles Insured Robert Malone Dead.
Lincoln. Aug. 26. The Beeson form
of fire insurance policy, formerly re
quired by the sta'e board of insurance
while Lfc G. Brian was commissioner,
has (een declared off by the present
board and hereaf:er the policy of firo
insurance may cover jiroperty in a
general way and not itemize the ar
The board has also cut out the
clause providing the insured shou!d
keep his electrical equipment in con
dition, according to the rules of the
Dawscn Crops Look Good.
Representative StebLins of Dawson
county was a caller at the state house,
having been visiting his daughter, whe
is in a local hospital here. The Dam
son county legislator says that crop?
are looking fine in his locality and
while hail has don considerable dam
age, the corn that has b-en left stare,
ing is showing up well and if the frost
keeps off it will make a big crop.
Appeals From Big Judgment.
The Omaha and Council Bluff
Street Railway company has appealed
from a judgment secured in the Doug
las county court by Edgar P. Wright
for $3.fki0, secured for injuries al
levied to have been received while a
conductor in the employ of the com
pany. Robert Malone Dead.
Ttobert Malone, a pioneer Nebraska
railroad contractor, and well known la
business and political circles, did
here after a long illness of Bright'?
Treasurer Buys Bonds.
The state treasurer bought $43.O0f
In bonds of the school district at Wood
River for a new nigh school building
RELIGIOUS CENSUS IN OMAHA
More Than One Thousand Workers
Take Count of Various Beliefs.
Omaha, Aug. 25. More than 1,00(
workers, the majority, of whom art
women, took the religious census o1
Omaha. It was a part of the Bill
Severals workers reported door
slammed In their faces by irate mei
and women, who told them '"it was
none of your business which church 3
attend, if any." Others, reported har
Ing met with uniform courtesy.
One church worker was appalled tc
fcnow how few of her neighbors were
"I don't ask my roomers what then
religious convictions are." was the re
ply of many women keeping rooming
houses to queries regarding the affilia
tions of those in their homes.
To be locked !r. one of the flri
honis which she vipited in taking th
census and threatened with persons
violence was the fate of Miss Avonel
Stickloy, high school student, one '.
the youngest workers engaged in th
work. She was released by a police
Horse With Glanders Killed.
Beatrice. Neb.. Aug. L'C Ptate Vet
erinarian Anderson of Lincoln and Tr
J. T. Doran of this city visiteu" th
farm of Albert Stoll. five miles south
west of Beatrice, 'vhere they found .
horse with glanders. The animal was
promptly destroyed It was valued p.
$140 ar.d the stae will pay Mr. Stol
two-thirds of its value. The veteri
narians will thoroughly examine other
horses at Mr. Stoll's farm which havi
been exposed to the disease.
Killed by Fail From Train.
Chadron. Neb.. Aug. 26. The fn
reral of John Dowling, who died a
Rapid City. S. D.. from injuries re
reived by being crushed when fallin;
from a train, was held at St. Patrick'!
church. He was married just si:
weeks ago to Miss Nora Lockler. Bot!
were of Dawes county. A host of re'a
tives are left, but the aged father an
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dowlin?
whose other son was killed two yean
ago, are completely broken down.
Former Nebraskan Slam.
Greeley, Neb., Aug. 2C. Jack C. Fes
ter. formerly of his place, was sho
and killed during a quarrel witl
James Hill, a deputy sheriff, at Cot
ton plant. Ark.
Hajk Escapes From Officers.
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 2f. J. Hajefc
wanted at Ode'.l for passing a worfh
less check for $3 last October, escapet
from the officers at Dwight. Neb.
Aviator Is Killed.
London, Aug. 2C. Suhlieutenan
John Mcl.arty of the royal naval flyini
corps was killed while flying a sea
plane over Southampton water on th
English coast. The machine met witl
a mishap and McLarty fell out, dror
ping 2,000 feet.
F2tal Auto Wreck at Madison, S. C
Madison, S. D., Aug. 20. .Tohj
Molumby, pioneer citizen, was killei
and his wife fatally hurt in an autc
mobile wreck near here.
just arrived and on display at
Joseph Fetzer was a business visit
or in Omaha this morning for a few
hours, going to that city on the early
Mrs. Mollie Shugar and little babe,
of Kenasaw, who have been here visit
ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Godwin.
Miss Daisy Perry was among those
going to Omaha this morning, where
she will visit for a few hours, looking
after some matters of business.
John Livingston came in this morn
ing from his farm home and was a
passenger on the early Burlington
train for Omaha to spend the day.
Fred Hawksworth, wife and little
babe came in this afternoon for a visit
here with Mr. Hawksworth's mother,
Mrs. D. Hawksworth, for a few days.
B. F. Crook was among those going
to Omaha this morning, where he will
look after some matters of business
in regard to some matters on the live
Mrs. C. E. Forbes was a passenger
this morning for Omaha, where she
will spend the day looking after some
matters of business and visiting with
friends in that city.
Louie and George Hennings came in
from their farm home, west of this
city, this morning and departed for
Omaha to visit their brother, John
Hennings, jr., at the Presbyterian hos
pital in that city.
J. W. Blair and sister, Mrs. Lula
Lacey, of Whiting, Iowa, are here for
a visit in this city with relatives and
friends and will also attend the re
union of the Wiles family.
Charles K. Bestor departed this af
ternoon for Omaha, from where he
will depart on a visit of several weeks
to the Pacific coast and incidentally
take in the exposition at San Fran
cisco. Adam Kaffenberger came in today
from his home at Cedar Creek and de
parted this afternoon for South Da
kota, where he will spend a short time
looking after his land interests in
George Thomas, who for the past
few weeks has been visiting at Ex
celsior Springs, Missouri, and taking
the benefits of the baths at this favor
ite resort, returned home last evening
much benefited by his trip.
Mrs. W. H. Freese and daughter,
Mrs. Don York, and two little sons, re
turned home last evening from Scotts
Bluffs, Nebraska, where they had been
visiting with Charles Freese and fam
ily for a short time.
Guy Streight, who has been visit
ing in Chicago with his father for the
past two months, returned home to
day to this city, where he is making
his home with his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. M. Streight.
Mrs. Mary Blunt of Denver, who
has been here visiting at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Taylor
and family, departed this morning for
Fairburv. Neb., for a short visit with
her daughter there before returning to
Sell your property by an d in The
Saturday Evening, AUG. 28
Good Music, a Good Time and Good
Cents 50c ADMISSION Ladies Tree
Music bv Plattsmouth Orchestra
Nebraska Military Academy
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Mrs. R. B. Hayes and little daugh
ter were passengers this morning for
Omaha, where they will visit for a
few hours, looking after some busi
G. F. VALLEBY GROVE,
4 Miles Weit of Plattsmouth on the Louisville Road,
Sunday, August 29th, 1915
Large Dancing Platform
Everybody Gome and
Mrs. Gertrude Morgan and Mis
May Murphy departed this morning
for Omaha, where they will visit for
fbe day, looking after some matter.:
Amusements of AH Kindt!
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