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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1915.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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Cole's Hot Blast in your home
will make your fuel saving dividend equal
a $500.00 Savings Bank Account! $15.00
to $25.00 annual saving -over a
previous Fuel Bills is the rule "T
with families using
The Cole Manufacturing
Co. of Chicago, estimates
that thcirt first haif million
Hot Blast Heaters have
paid dividends to their
owners amounting to
S50,000,OGO in actual fuel
Now is the time to
replace past fuel waste
and poor results.
"Cole'sffot Blast make
your coal pile last. "
To avoid imitations look for
Cole 'j on feed door.
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To Mr. an.: Mr::.
f Lark-s IIo-
.s rented Lis farm for
a:;d will pro with his
Mis.-ouri. to visit
hi: I.;.: .,!. h
the comincr yea
family to Eolla
F. E. Dor.isthorpe and daugh
ter of Gtneva came in Saturday for a
visit w:th the former's brothers, John
and William Chi.Ifant.
Mrs. Mnt U, went to South
Bend. Indiana. Sunday for a visit with
"lords. Mr. Kobb ac
companied her as far as Plattsmouth.
F. II. McConuha and family left
: unlay night for a viit with friends
p-ei. ah ly make a good vi.-it of it, a?
he not l.een heme for some time.
James Reynold.- returned Friday
:i:tt r."C!i rrom umana, vntrc he r.
been to ;e hi son, Wiliiam, who is
ir. a nospr.al
a:;d his improvement is very sligh
here in very had shape,
an operation last week
Fleming R. Fenn of Nehawka, who
has been up to Rochester, Minnesota,
for hi? health, returned home last
night, and he has improved so much
that his friends hardly knew him here
in Union when he got off the train last
Rue Frans returned last Saturday
r.ight from his trip to the Pacific
coast. lie is lookinpr fine and says
that he feels just as tine as he looks.
He reports the time of his life and
says he wouldn't object to a 'Frisco
fair every month.
Malcom Pollard and wife of Salina.
Kansas, who have been here visiting
with her mother, Mrs. A. B. Fenn, left
last night. Mrs. Pollard returned to
her home and Mr. Pollard went to N'e
barska City, where he had some busi
ness to attend to before he could leave
FOR EXCHANGE for western land,
eight-room house, steam heat, bath,
etc., " lots. For Sale New six
room house. A five-room cottage on
monthly payments. Vacant building
lots. Small acreage tracts.
Windham Investment & Loan Co.
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We understand that William Ketel
hut has purchased a well improved
80-acre farm three miles south of
Mrs. Flora Manker came down
from Sioux City last Friday and visit
ed until Sunday evening with her
mother, Mrs. T. R. Adams.
Samuel Vaughn left the latter part
of last week for Vermont, Illinois, to
look after his interests there.
School was resumed again Monday
after having been closed a week on
account of scarlatina. The attend
ance is not very large.
Dr. Dihel has rented Ed Williams
building on Main street, formerly oc
cupied by W. L. Hobson, and will oc
cupy the same as an office and resi
Ed Carr departed Thursday after
noon for Chillicothe, Ohio, for a three
weeks' visit with his mother, Mrs
Richard Carr. He will visit other
points before returning home.
Mrs. C. C. Renner and daughter,
Lottie, returned home the first of the
week from the western part of the
state, where they had been visiting
relatives for the past ten days.
Mesdames Henry Schmidt, George
Hagensick and Hassenberger, of Lin
coln, and Mrs. Diers of Seward, Neb.,
old friends of Mrs. C. Wetenwamp,
visited her between trains Thursday
Otto Ketelhut has completely re
covered from his operation of a year
ago and is again living on his farm
southwest of town, having taken
charge of the farm work last week.
Otto is also chief cook and bottle
washer, and says there is positively
nothing doing in the "marriage line.
He has posted up a sign, "No women
The chief object of the physician, in
the treatment of every disease, is to
try to bring the body to the status
quo, that is, to the usual state of
health. In the first place, all waste
matter must be removed from the
body, everything fermenting and de
caying there and poisoning the blood.
It will do more for you than clean out
the body; it will stimulate and
strengthen your digestive organs and
will not permit constipation to sap
your strength and energy. This
cleaning out and at the same time
strengthening of the body will bring
vou health and comfort. At drug
stores. Price $1.00. Jos. Triner,
Manufacturer, 1333-1339 S. Ashland
Ave., Chicago, 111.
Stiffness of muscles after over-ex
ertion or cold will be quickly relieved
by the application of Triner's Lini
ment. Price 25c and 50c, postpaid,
35c and COc.
-J. IN PLATTSMOUTH
J. FORTY YEARS AGO.
Thirty-nine carloads of emigrants
passed through this place on Thursday
last, en route for Friendville.
W. H. Baker & Co. have bought out
Eli Plummer's stock of goods. The
Co. is C. H. Parmele. Give them a
The wife of John Jennings, our
deputy county clerk, is lying very low
Drs. Mercer, Livingston and Rich
mond have been attending her.
Dr. Livingston was sent to Lincoln
on a special last Friday to attend the
emigrants run over at that place.
Will Shryock returned from Lin
coln Tuesday and left yesterday for
Leadville, Colo. Butter and eggs sell
readily out there, and 500 pounds of
the one, and 500 dozen of the other
will net no small amount in the mar
ket. That is what himself and Elzy
Lewis of Camp Creek propose to take
done quickly at the
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will be the next item that you will need about your home
our Mwq Jgu
and be ready for the cold weather that arrive here in a short time
Remember we are in a position to quote
the best prices on ail kinds of
Louisville Notes. How delightful to
have all four seasons represented in
the space of two days. Last week
gave us a fair sample. In spite of all
this business in all departments move:
on, characteristic of our times and
The law fraternity hereabouts have
been active and firm in advocating the
claims of the assaulted, but in some
cases the prisoners come out ahead,
only to keep the ball a rolling.
The Pottery company are burning
some of the nicest ware that can be
found west of Chicago, and orders art
greater than they are able to fill.
The religious element has beer.
strengthened by the location of a Ger
man minister, of the Lutheran denom
ination, Rev. Mr. Detrick. The Con
gregationalists have a Congregational
Sunday school, while the Union S. S.
s still kept up, by good attendance.
at the school house. Division, dis
union, discord, legitimate offsprings of
the saintly man of prayer.
Scarlet fever has swept off several
children in this vicinity, but does not
seem to spread very rapidly.
Louisville boasts of a genuine In
The new firm of Rockwell . Came
are doing a good business in grain.
Corn is certainly king now: a large
amount has been shipped this year,
and fully half of the last crop still re
Louisville is the initial outlet for the
interior of this county. All traffic to
and from Weeping Water and the
country surrounding that place passes
The following figures are taken
from the railroad company's books at
this place, given us through the kind
ness of the agent, and show the ship
ments for six months, ending Mcy 1,
1S79: Wheat, 40 cars; corn, 115 cars;
barley, 40 cars; hogs, 42 cars ; cattle, 2
cars; rye, 1 car; broom corn, 1 car;
fire clay, 5 cars; stoneware, 1 car;
flour, 12 cars total. 2G5 cars. Figur
ed at the average price paid for each
during the time makes a net revenue
of $51,002.50. A large number of
bushels of corn in crib here yet. More
ED SGOTTGN HERE FROM
ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO
From Tuesday's tiaily.
Edmund Scotten, a former Platts
mouth boy, arrived in this city Sun
day evening from his home at Al
buquerque, New Mexico, to join his
wife, who is here for a visit at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Scotten. Mr. Scotten is engaged in
the railroad business in his new home
and it is a source of pleasure to his
many old friends here to know that
he is making good in his position
there with the Santa Fe railroad. Mr.
and Mrs. Scotten will remain here for
a few days before leaving for home.
C I T R O L A X
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. Ask for
Citrolax. Sold everywhere.
Mrs. Cenna Swanson, who has been
here as a guest at the J. C. Petersen
home, departed this afternoon for
Omaha to visit for a few days before
returning home to Atchison, Kansas.
It-cning, bleeding, protruding or
blind piles have yielded to Doan's
Ointment. 50c at all stores.
P. H. Roberts spent Saturday at
G. P. Meisinger went to Plattsmouth
Henry Thierolf spent Saturday in
Don't forget October COth at the
Andy Thomen and wife went to
Mrs. John Busche went to I'iatts
Mrs. Roy Wilson left for diume
Adam Fornoff went to Plattsmouth
on business Saturday.
-Mr. faelsny, the coal man, was in
Cedar Creek Monday.
John Lewis and Myrtle Hennings
went to Omaha Fi iday.
Pile Cere visited Plattsmouth to
ceiebrate his birthday Thursday.
Le suie and meet me October 30th
at the Box Supper at the .school house.
Adam Meisinger and son, Arthur,
were chopping in Plattsmouth Satur
day. Miss Dora Meisinger and Miss
IleL'n Hennings spent Monday in
Mrs. Sarah Schneider and Mrs. Wil
liam Schneider spent Tuesday in
Mrs. W. II. Dasher and children of
Gretna came in to attend the Schneid-
Torn Parmele and Paul Fitzgerald
cf Louisville were i n Cedar Creek on
G. P. Meisinger and son. Irven, and
Henry Thierolf and John Gauer drove
to Omaha Friday.
J. F. Foreman, the bank cashier,
went home to Papillion to spend Sun-,
uay wnn nome io.ks.
John Thierolf, who has been work
ing at Maxneld, Neb., came home
Thursday, looking fine.
Ed Cooley and daughter came in
Friday to visit with his sister, Mrs.
navies, for a few days.
Several of the boys went squirrel
hunting Sunday and captured about
thirty hne specimens.
Mr. Auk of Custer county came in
Monday to visit for a few days with
his brother, A. O. Auk.
The new stove for the church ar
rived Tuesday and will insure a good
'..arn: place for the winter.
Mrs. Jeff Solsburg and Mrs. Elmer
Mei.-ii.ger came m Tuesday to spend
a few oays with C. A. Gauer.
George Sayles of Plattsmouth came
.ii Monday night and spent the night
with his mother, Mrs. Sayles.
Be sure and come to the entertain
ment and box supper at the school
hov..-c October 3uth. Everybody come.
T.ie party at Philip Schafer's Satur
day ?..'kt was well attended in spite
-.lit' a::., which kept quite a few at
Jn;es Ilessenflow and A. O. Auit
went to i.aiston taturuay evening 10
see Walter and family and hear Eil
EJ Pender of Billings, Montana,
who has been visiting at the fcayies
home for the past week, departed for
William Schneider and family, Mr.
Stievers and family and Mrs. A. O.
Auit and children spent Sunday at
the J. W. Wolff home.
Henry Inhelder of Morefield, Neb.,
and Violet Baker and Myrtle Sears
came in to attend the funeral of Jacob
Toby Frey and wife and daughter,
of Gillette, Wyo., came in Monday
morning to visit his mother and
friends for a few days.
E. llolbrook of Schuyler, better
known to the railroad boys as
"Shorty" or "Stub," of Nos. 33 and
34, is visiting in this vicinity this
The Cedar Creek public school will
give a box supper at the school house
on October 30th, tit 8 p. m., and a fine
program has been arranged and every
body is cordially invited. The ladies
are requested to bring boxes.
The funeral of Jacob Schneider was
held from the Union church Wednes
day, October 13, at 1 p. m. The re
mains were laid to rest in the Glen
dale cemetery. Rev. Swartz preached
the funeral sermon. Mr. Schneider
was one of the old settlers and had
spent most of his life in Cass county,
where he has many friends. He
leaves a wife and two children, Waiter
of this place, and Mrs. Nettie Fackler
of Blair, Neb. Mr. Schneider was a
member of the A. O. U. W., in which
order he carried insurance.
From Tuesdavs j)a!ly-
Gailen Rhoden was in. today from
his farm home looking after some
matters of business.
William DelesDernier came in last
evening from Elmwood to look after
some matters in court for a short time
C. W. Garrison and wife and Harry
Frans of near Union were in the city
yesterday for a few hours visiting
v. ith friends.
Mrs. Ed Tritsch and daughter re
turned home last evening from Exter,
Neb., where they have in.-en visiting
f r a few days.
Attorney C. E. Tefft of Weeping
Water was in the city today attending
to some matters in the district court
before Judge Begiey.
Walter Wunderlich and Glenn Ruth
ledge of the Nehawka News were in
the city today looking after some mat
ters at the court house.
Dr. G. H. Giimore of Murray was in j
the city yesterday for a few hours
looking after some business matters
and calling on his friends.
Jacob Meisinger drove out into the
country, where he will visit at
the farm home of his son, George P.
Meisinger. jr., for a short time.
Mrs. M. B. Wiles was among those
going to Omaha this morning, where
she will isit for a few hours and look
after some matters of business.
W. O. Samberg of Davenport, Iowa,
who was here visiting for a few days
at the home of the Rev. W. S. Leete
?nd wife, departed last evening for his
Mrs. William Ealiance departed this
morning lor fcioux City, lowa, wnere , L?wJ
she will visit for a short time with i XJrj
hor daiifhtHr. Mrs. II. II. Tart.-ch and F-x'-M.
C. H. Warner and son, Wallace,
were among those going to Omaha
this morning, where they will spend
the day and attend the Billy Sunday
P. J. Cunningham of Winterset,
Iowa, the owner of the Coates' block
in this city, came in this morning to
look after his business interests for a
Misses Mary Hobscheidt and Jos-
phine Vallery were among those going
to Omaha this morning, where they
will spend the day looking after some
matters of business.
Arthur Sullivan and wife came up
this morning from their country home
south of this city and departed on the
early Burlington train for Omaha,
where they will spend the day.
Mrs. John Janda and son, John, jr..
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muzik, of
near Lawrence. Nebraska, who have
been here visiting with relatives for
a few days, will moot or back tomor
row morning to their homes.
Fred Reamer and wife of Alliance,
who were here over Sunday visiting at
the home of Mrs. Reiner's parents, G.
H. Tarns and wife, departed last even
ing for Chicago to attend a meeting
there of the Burlington foremen.
Sumner Hall and wife of near Pen
der, Neb., who have been here visit
ing with relatives and friends, as
well as at Omaha, where they spent a
t hort time visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Sunday, who are old friends of theirs.
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in.'. ir s-pe'ior to sour mi. and to.J..
scription extended for anotlur year.
Dyspepsia is America's curse. To
restore digestion, normal weight, good
health and purify the blood, use Bur
dock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug
stores. Price $1.00.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Dr. B. F. Brendel and Arthur Baker
of Murray were in the city today in
attendance at the district couit.
Charles Chriswisser of near Ne
hawka motored up today to be pitsent
at the trial in the district court.
J. L. Smith of Nehawka and broth
er, W. T. Smith, were among those
going to Omaha today to attend the
Mrs. Otto Kerl and Mrs. Frank
Johnson of West Point, who have been
here visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. H. Thomst-n for a short time,
departed this morning for Omaha
where they are attending the Rtbtkah
meeting in that city.
John G. Schoemann and Charles G.
Gabel motored down from Louisville
this morning to spend a few hours
looking after some matters of busi
ness. Mr. Schoemann is the agent for
the Cadillac car in this county and has
a fine new car of this make.
;;"rm Thursday's Dally.
Anton Yetisnek and wife were
among those going to Omaha this
morning, where they will spend the
day looking after some matters of
Phillip A. Hild motored up from his
home near Murray today to visit for
a few hours and look after some mat
ters of business.
Bert Philpot motored over from
Weeping Water this afternoon to
visit for a few hours and look after
tome matters of business.
Frank L. Rhoden and wife, from
south of Murray, were here today
looking after some matters of busi
ness and attending district court.
W. A. Scott, the Missouri Pacific
agent at Murray, was in the city to
day for a few hours looking after
tome matters of business, en route
home from Omaha.
Dr. G. II. Giimore of Murray, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. .William
Stoll, came in this morning-and de
parted on the early train for Omaha
to visit for the day.
A. B. Kraeger of the vicinity of My
nard, motored to this city yesterday
afternoon to attend to some business
matters, and while here took time to
call at this office and have his sub-
O. P. Newbranch and wife and
daughter, Mrs. Earl R. Travis, depart
ed this morning for Omaha, where
they will visit with U. E. Newbranch
Dr. G. II. Giimore of Murray was
in the city today for a few hours en
route from his home to Omaha, being
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William
Earl Goos of Plain view, Neb., who
has been here isiting as the guest
of Waldemar Soennichsen, departed
this morning for his home, after a
most delightful visit in the old home.
William and Sophia Kraeger came
in this morning from their farm home
and departed on the early Burlington
train for Omaha to spend the tly at
the Irr.manuel hospital with Miss Min
W. II. Puis and brother, L. II. Tula,
motored up from their home at Mur
ray this morning and departed on the
early Burlington train for Omaha. to
visit for the day and look after some
matters of business. .
Saturday will be Bargain Day in
Stationery at the Journal Office. Call
and let u show you our nice line, an
we have Stationery that will suit any
one's taste. These boxes are certainly
bargains. Come early.
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