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MONDAY. NOVEMEEEP 1. 191".
PLATTSMOUTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
if rift h i "r w hi h H ri. b ui.uin iuae ta et n
Copyright. 1014. by
CHAPTER XVII. .
A Matter cf Dress.
ELI., now." Wayland went !
cm as tlicy stepied off nt th j
hotel. '1 ;im iu command of
this expedition. From this
on I lead tli's outtit. When It comes
to hotels, railways and the like o that
I'm head raiige-r."
Mrs. McFarlane. tired, hungry and a
Uitle dismayed, accepted his control
gladly. I.ut Berrie could not at once
slip aside her responsibility. "Tell the
"Not a wcnl!" commanded Noreross,
tr.i the girl, with a smile, submitted to
his pnidnnee. and thereafter his effi
ciency, his self possession, his tact de
lighted her. He i-orsuaded the sullen
landlady t set them supper. He se
cured the best rooms in the house ajid
arranged for the care of the team.
Iterrie was correspondingly less mas
culine. In drawing ofT her buckskin
driving cloves she had put away the
eowjrirl and was silent, a little sad '
even in the in n 1st or tier enjoyment of
his dictatorship. And when he said,
"If lay father reaches Denver in time
I want you to meet him." she looked
the dismay she felt.
"I'll do it. but I'm scared of him."
"You needn't be. I'll see him first
and draw his Cre."
Mrs. McFarlane interposed. "We
must ilv :t little shopping lirst. We
ean't meet your father as we are."
"Very we!!. It is arraimed. We pet in.
I find, alxnit noon. We'll go straight
to the bizest shop in town. If we
work with sied we'll be able to lunch
with my father. He'll be at the I'at
nier House at 1."
l'.errie said nothing, either in accept
ance or rejection of his plan. Her
ir.ind was enn-erned with new concep
tln. new relationships, and when in
tire luil I he took h,-r face between his
hands and said. "Cheer tip.' All is not
lost!" she put her arms about his
Ji-i-k and laid her cheek against his
breast to hide her tears. "Ob. Way
land. I'm such an idiot in the city! I'm
Afraid your, father will despise me."
She woke to a new life next morn-ing-a
life of compliance, of following,
of dependence upon the judgment of
another. She stood in silence while
her ioer paid the bills, bought the
tickets and toleCTa f died tl:eir coming to
his father. She nerpiies ed when he
prevented her mother from telephon
ing to the raw li. She comilied when
he countermanded her order to huve
I he team sent back at once. His judg
ment ruled, and she enjoyed her sud
den freedom from responsibility. It
was novel, and it was very sweet to
think that she was being en rod for as
she had cared for and shielded him ic
the world of the trail.
In the railway eo.-n-h Wayland tact
fully withdrew, leaving mother and
daughter to discuss clothes undisturb
ed by his presence.
"We must look our best, honey." said
Mrs. MrFarlaite. "We will jn rigbt
to Mine. Crosby at Rattle's, and she'll
tit us out. I wish we had more time,
but we haven't, so we must do the
best v e can."
"I want Wayland to choose my hat
and traveling suit." replied Perrie.
"Of course, tint you've (rot to have
a Jot of other things besides." And
they tent to the eron work of mak
ing out a list ..f g tc- be purchased
s -..ion n thw r-.-oh-d OMcaro
Wayland can hrlr with a Tnver
yaier in tils hand and a look of dis
cus en his face "It's u!l in here at
'cast, the outlines of it."
J'.'-rrie l'ok the journal and there
lead the details cf Settle's assault
upon the foreman. "The light arose
from a remark concerning the- forest
iiipervior's daughter. Ranker Settle
resented the gossip aiid fell upon the
other man. beating him with the butt
of hi.s revolver. Friends of the fore
man claim that he ranker is a drunk
en bully and should have been disk-barged
long ago. The supervisor for
ome mysterious reuse n retains this
man. although he is an incompetent.
It is also claimed that McFarlane put
a man on the roll without examina
tion." The supervisor as the protag
onist oT the play, whi-.b was plainly
political. The attack upon him was
bitter and unjust, and Mrs. McFar
lane again declared nor . intention . of
returning to help him iu his light.
However. Wayland again proved to her
.that her presence would only miliar-j-ass
the supervisor. "You would not
'aid him in the slightest degree. Nash
and Landou ale with L.ini and will re
fute all these charges."
This newsnaiicr story look the lisht
out of their das and the biiiile from !
By HAMLIN GARLAND
lirrrie's lijus. and the women entered
tie city silent and distressed in spite
ot.' the .efforts of their young guide.
The nearer the girl came to the ordeal,
ol" facing the elder Norcross the more
she feared the outcome, but Wayland
kept his air of easy confidence and
drove them directly to the shopping
renter, believing that under the influ
ence of hats and gloves they would re
gain their customary cheer.
In this lie was largely justitied. The
had a delightful hour trying on mil
linery and coats and gloves.
Silent, blushing, tousled by the hands
of her decorators, l'.errie permitted
hats to be perilled on her head and
jackets buttoned and unbuttoned about
her shoulders till siie felt like a won:
clothes horse. Wayland beamed with
dciight. but she w-as far less satisfied
thau he, and when at last selection
was made she still had her doubts, not
or the clothes, but of her ability ic
wear them." They seemed so alien ti
her. so restrictive and enslaving.
"You're an easy litter," said the sales
woman. "But" here she lowered bet
voice "you need a new corset. Thi-
j old one !s out of date. Nobody is wear
mg hips now.
Thereupon l'.errie meekly permittee
herself to be led away to a torture
room. Wayland waited patiently, am!
when she reappeared all traces of I'.eai
Tooth forest had vanished. In a neat
tailored suit and a very chic hat. with
shoes, gloves and stockings to match
she was so transformed, so charmingly
girlih in her olf conscious glory, that
he was tempted to embrace her in t lit
presence of the saleswoman. Rut lit
didn't. He merely said: "I see 'he gov
ernor's finish. Let's go to lunch. Yoi:
, "I don't know myself." respondec
Berrie. "The only thing that leeis nat
ural is my hand. They cinched me s.
tight I can't eat a thing, and my shoe-
b'trt." She 'attliod as she said t!;i
for her of i in- i rna i:h;r was con
scions. Fin a fraud. Your father wii
spot my brand tir.st shot. I.ook at my
face red as a saddle!"
"Ion't let that trouble you. This i
the time of year when tan is fashion
able. Ion't you be afraid of the gov
emor. Just smile at Lini, give bin.
your grip, and he'll melt."
"I'm the one to melt. I'm beginnin::
Notwithstanding his confident advict
Wayland led the two silent and in
wartlly dismayed women into tin
showy cafe of the hotel with some de
srroe cf personal apprehension concern
ins" the approaching interview with bi
father. Of course he did not permit
this to npiear in the slislitest detrree.
It pl"iised hlni to observe the admir
ing glances which were turned upoi
Berrie. whose bat became her mighti
ly, and. loan in? over, he said in a lov
voice to Mrs. McFarlane: "Who is tht
lovely young lady opposite? Won't yoi
This little play being over, lie sifid
"Now. while our ord'r is coining 1'j:
run out to the desk ami see if the gov
ernor has come in or not."
Wayland returned with an inereasi
of tension in his face.
"He's here! I've sent word saying
'I nm lunching iu the cafe with ladies.
I think he'll come round. I'.ut don't
lie afraid of him. He's a good riea'
rougher on the outside than he is at
heart. Of course he's a bluff old busi
ness man and not at nil pretty, am'.
he'Jl transfix you with a kind of esti
uniting glare as if you were a tree
but he's actually very easy to manage
If you know how to handle him. Now
I'm not going to try to explain every
thine to hlni at the beginning. l'ir
going to introduce hitn to you in .:
casual kind of way and give hi.n time
to take to you both. lie forms hi?
likes and dislikes very quickly."
"What ir he doesn't -like ns?' in
quired Herrie. with troubled brow.
' He can't help it." His tone was st
positive that lwr eyes misted with hap
piness. 'l!ut here comes our food. 1
hope you aren't too nervous to c;rt.
illere is where 1 shhi" as provider.
This is the kind of camp fare 1 can
Rerrie's healthy appetite rose nbovt
her apprehension, and she ate with tht.
keen enjoyment of a child, and hei
mother said. "It surely is a treat tc
get a chance at somebody else's cook
Ton't you slander your home fare."
warned YTayland. "It's as good a?
this, only different."
He sat where he could watch thf
Ioor. and despite his Jocund pos-e hi5
fyes expressed growing impatience
and fpnie anxiety. They were all well
.Info their dessert before he called, out,
tewcomer from where she sat, but
Berrie rose in great excitement as a
heavy set. full l'acid man v. ii'.i sh :t,
graj- mustache and high, smooth brow
entered the room. He did not smile as
lie greeted his son. and his penetrating
glance questioned even before
poke. He seemed to silently ask:
"Well, wfcats all this? How do you
happen tJ le here? Who are these
Wayland said: "Mrs. McFarlane. this
is my father. Father, this is Miss
Borea McFarlane of Hear Tooth
The elder Norcross shook hands with
Mrs. McFarlane politely, cold'y. bat he
betrayed surprise as llerea took his
tinkers in her grip. At his son's solici
tation lie accepted a seat opposite
Berea. but refused dessert.
Wayland explained: "Mrs. McFar
lane and her daughter quite saved my
life over in the valley. Their ranch is
the liest hea'th resort in Colorado."
"Your complexion indicates that."
his father responded dryly. "You look
something tlie way a man of your age
ought to look. I needn't ask how you
"You needn't, but you may. I'm feel
ing like a new tidtile. barring a bruise
at the back of my head, which makes
a 'hard hat' a burden. I may as we'd
tell you first oti that Mrs. McFarlane
is the wife of the forest supervisor at
' V J
,1-, Si- v L'--i,
:n. A lr . ! J
3 . i
She Was So Transformed That He Was
Tempted to Embrace Her.
Bear Tootli. and Miss Berea is the able
assistant of her father. We are uli
Norcross senior examined Berrie pre
cisely as :.f his eyes were a couple of
X ray tubes, and as she flushed under
his slow scrutiny he said, "I w.: i
expecting to find the forest service in
"I hope you didn't mash hi.s fingers.
She smiled guiltily. "I'm afraid 1
did. I hope I didn't hurt you some
times I forget."
Norcros senior was waking up. "Yon.
have a most extraordinary grip. What
did it piano practice':"
Waylan-J grinned. "Piano! No the
AYayland explaimd. "MNs M. Far
lane was brought up on a rait -h. Sin'
can rope ami tie a steer, saddle bet'
own horse, pin k an outtit and ail the
rest of it."
"Oh! Kind of .-ov.gul. chV"
Mrs. McFarlane. eager to put P-errie
s better part forward, explained:
"She's our only child. Mr. Nor. loss,
and as sih-h has been a constant com
panion to her father. She's not al,
cowhand. She's bean to school, and
she can cook and sew as we!'."
"Mrs. McFarlane comes from an old
Kentucky family, father. Il-'t- grand
father helped to found a college down
Wayland's anxious desire to create
a favorable impression of the women
did not escape the lumberman, but hi-far-e
remained finite cxpressionl'iss tr
"If the life of a cowhand wovtld givi
you the vigor this yo-.mg lady unpear
to possess I'm not sure but you'd bet
ter stick to it."
Wayland and th" two women ex
chanted glaii'-es of r li"f.
"Why not t-11 him now':" iln-V seem
etl P ask. But lie said: "The'-o's n lon
jttory to to!! before v. e dc i-V ea v.y.
career. Let's finish our lunch. How
a mother, ami bow are the girl.??"
(To Be Continued.)
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with Cholera or Foot a.nd Mouth Dis
ease when you treat them with Ve
;-ey's Arti-Cholera. A disease germ
could not live half a second in a droo
of this remedy.' It is sure death to
worms end all disease germs, an-!
makes hogs hearty and vigorous. For
cale by Gerinp & Co., Druggists.
A pig. Owner may have .-ame by
proving property and payin,; for this
notice. Inquire at this ofrcc
Everyone reaas the want ads.
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 fi Loan Co.
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lPlT... V IT. M.CAKTIiV.
Ail m in h--t -: t or With V.'i'.i Annex--.!
of the Instate jf John I'earsley,
!.:; i. mitii K.
NhTi''K To JostKi-HIXK HQiA, Xon
J ; e s i .1 e ii f I ; c f e n i ! a n t :
vol." aim: m;r;i:!:v xtifii:i that
oti tlie Uth (i:iy of Ma v. ltir-. Max tenia
tiled ,- i."tition fiaiiinst xon in the Iis
trict Court of Cass County, Nebraska
the ohject :nil )ri::- !- ef which are ti
ohtiiin a iliyorce fr.itu you upon tin
croiimls of cni.-'J .". il.s, rtion ami in
fioeiity. ti 1 1 for the custody ef the in
fant chilli, the iss : of said marrinire.
Miirie Inula, atrial two years, ami that
the hon'is of ma t r in nny now existing
l.etween the plaintiff nail liefentlanl
nitiv he tiissolveil. iiii.l' fur sut'li otiit-r
ami further relief af m:i- he e(i::tahle
You are require. 1 to answer snhl peti
tion on or before .Monday, the l.'.iii lu.y
of November, IhlT,.
MAX DL'L'A, Plaintiff.
In the District Court of Cass County,
Erma Reynolds, Flaintiff,
Joseph Ileynoids, Defendant.
To Joseph Reynolds, Defendant:
Ycu are hereby notified that on the
17th dvy cf July, 1015, Erma Rey
nolds filed her petition in the District
Court of Cuss County, Nebraska, the
object and purpose of which is to
obtain a divorce from you on the
grounds of desertion and failure to
You r.re required to answer said
petition on or before Monday, the 20th
day of November, 11)15.
Dated this 'JOth day of October,
Il15. ERMA REYNOLDS,
Frank Steppatt was among those
going to Omaha this morning, where
he will meet his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Steppatt, and hi.s brother, Etl,
who are coming from Biair for a short
visit in this localitv.
View the fire line of fancy station
ery at the Journal. We can fill the
Mrs. Stout came down from Lin
coin Monday to spend a few days at
the home of V. I'. Sheldon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leavitt and br.hy
cur." down from Detltany Sunday To
spenJ a few days with D. C. Wes'.
Several of the members of the K. I.
k-tls-'r- of this place went to Lim-obi
"Wednesday afternoon to attend a con
vention of that order.
Mr. and Mrs. ,r. W. Majrney enter
tained at dinnei Sunday Miss P.ev-rec-e
Newell, of Piattsmoiuh, and
deorsre A. Ma'T-ov and family fi .i
Vilas Sheldon and J. W. Majrr.y
i.iul wives attende.l 'he Notre Darx
and Nebraska fojl '1 pume in Lin
coln Saturday. The trip was mael? in
E. M. Potioit! and Charles Adams
loo!-: a lof.d of foot ball rooters to Lin
coin Saturday, where they witnessed
arte of the best games played on the
OI! ic All is and Tom Mason made a
trip tt Lincoln on the former's motor
cycle iasc Saturday. They saw the
'-ame and outside of a spill or two
everything was creat.
The hoi'sehold pmiis of Allen Cox
in ived from Lincoln Friday. He h:is
moved into a portion of the residence
riccupied ly I'l. Shafe-r, where they
will reside for the present.
Cecil Stanley air: Leona-d Pollard
rf Clark?, Neb., both pals of the editor,
brought the latter horn? from Lincoln
undr.- mo; nihrz in Mr. Stanley's car.
The v.hol-a bunch had been to the frame
tntl the former were returnincr home
W. II. Letts of Atkinson. Neb., visit
Sunday at the home of his brother,
'Z. P. Belts.
The Venner family were down from
'Jncoiti Sunday and spent the day at
he P. F. Verner home.
F. L. L-imbert of Lodi. Custer coun
y. Nelov.s ka. arrived here Saturday
"f last week to spend the whiter.
Mrs. A. W. Noi-t-is and little son
-eturned hi me Thursday morr.inpr
"rna a mrrth's visit with relatives at
Ok' scow. Kentucky.
P.. A. McClanahan. mar.acer of the
TVhbvny Creamery C'o., of Fairbury,
N( I)., was in town the first of the week
"i- kiner his mother, Mrs. M. E. Brant
ner. Jumes S'.cry, who has been spendiiip;
he summer at the heme of his daiifh
er. Mrs. B'uce Thorp and ff.mily. left
be first of the week for his home at
ava nnali. I i 1 i n o i -.
The Misfes Lena and Gladys Sha-p.
' ho hfive been holdirfr down a home
stead rear Armells. Montana, arrived
home Tuesday afternoon to spend the
winter with their parents.
Arthur and Nora Jetes are visitinc
it the home of their sister, Mrs. Claud
Benz and family, northwet of town.
They have been livinsr at Pasadena,
"ah, for the past four years, but will
now reside with their parents in
Carl Pi ice is the owner of a new
"100 ;-rafano:a, which he- purchased at
Lincoln just recently. It will be used
o furnish music for the dances. Carl
ays he visited a dance hall just re
cently whore a jrrnfanola was used
and the mufc which it furnished was
excellent. He will jrive it a tryout at
'he dance Friday nipht of this week.
Frank BoLrrrs has opened up the
new restaurant in the Stanton build
ing, and from ail reports is do ins: n
E. J. Mouerey has recovered suffi
ciently from an attack of lumbacra
so as to be able to frtt to town once
in a while ajram.
D. B. Foster has his left hand in a
slinfr this week as a result of miss
ing what he should of hit and bit
tine; what he should of missed.
It is reported that Mrs. Nancy Mc-
Nan.ee and two or three other ladies
will leave in the near future to spend
the winter on the Pacific coast.
"Sheriff Ed. Fisher, of Otoe county.
came up Saturday nipht and arrested
Robert Foster,-charged with stealing
a Fcrd car from the streets of Neb
IIt:ph M. Robb and wife. Miss Gus-
sie iiuon, wnn .viss -Minnie stanrora
and Miss Jean Morton of Nebraska
City, motored from here to Omaha
last Thursday afterr.ooi.
C. F. Morton went to O'Neill, Neb.,
the fore part of the week to look after
!a car of apples that he shipped there
I last week. The car was billed wrong:
I from here and lust en route. Up t
(h si. Tuesday noon neither the car not
Mr. Morion could be accounted tor.
j V.'es Woouard came back to Union
(Monday nip-hit for a short visit with
(friends and relatives. Wes was a
victim of Dan Cupid in Omar a Mon
ch'y. so when he came down to Union
ho bourrht tickets for two. The voun.rr
ctrjple will reside in Coleridtre in tt.e
P.. F. Corson, of London, Ohio, camo
in Tuesday mornifie for a visit with
I). B. Foster and other friends in and
near Union. He seems well pleased
I with the appearance of Union and I
'says he is comin- back apain. It will.
lie at least tnrec or lour weens uemre
he returns to Ohio.
The Sunday School Convention was
A number of the farmers are be
ginninc: to prather their corn.
Mrs. F. I!. Nichols left Monday for
Maitl?nii, Mo., for a short visit with
j Uncle Georjrc Sckoeman came uji
. f rem Pkitts-noi'th Tuesday eveir.r.rr
for a visit with relatives in and near
Mr. uni Mrs. IM Tavior, Miss Mae
and riovtl Tay;
2 ti t to Lincoln
Island to visit
iSur.dr.v on the IV'
I relat ives.
Vv'e ;.re sorry to report that Anhur
Standei. who has been in poor health
I for some time, is bedf;:t at present,
ib.tt liis fritnds hot.e he will so'-n be
ifcble to be out attain.
lame- Terry be:-'-;.' :.rtd son Jesse
v.ir.t to Cherry counTy Monday for
a few days' hunt. On their return
th-y will brirtr bi.ck a cr.r load tf
the rourrh b red cattle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Phe'ps, of Oma
ha, sper.t Siuhiay in Louisville with
Mr. and Mrs. Chiis. Phelps. retuiTiir?
I.'onday motninc. Mr. Plielps holds
i. re.-r.onsibie position with the Union
Pr.cifi". where he has been emp!"yed
- , .
tor the pf-st trirr.y "en'-s.
Xrs. C. J. Pani-cili! received the
sad intchcxree the- first of the week
of the death of her sister, Mrs. Wil
liam Filer, who resided on a farm in
South Dakota. Her remains were
brought to B-oek, Neb., for burial,
and Mr. and Mrs. Fankonin left for
Brock Wednesday to attend the fur.tr
i.l. Mrs. Eller was well known in
Louisville before her marrinire and
b.ad mar.y friends here who will rcjrrct
to learn t f her cleath.which came af
ire fever;:! months' of poor herit'n.
iTl.c Courier extends sincerx1 sympathy
to the bereaved family.
Atte-rney Howard Saxtor came down
from Pender, Neb., Wednesday for a
few days' visit with hi? parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Saxton.
! Mrs. W m. Skeen is enjeyintr ?- visit
! from her father, "G-andpa" Gilbert.
of Omaha. Her bi other, Rev. Marvin
Gilbert, of Lincoln, w;s also here on
Walter Bopenrief had the misfor
tune to smash one cf the finders oti
his ritrht hand while loading paoline
barrels Tuesday nipht. It will lay
him up for awhile
C. E. Burke and family returned
last Friday from York. Neb., where
thpy liad spent several days visitinp
with the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Iia Helms moved their
household poods from the Dreamer
property to the Mrs. John Ha'l prop
erty on Tuesday and will make their
Dr. C. R. Tienhoim and family and
L. W. Roettper and son., Leon, motored
to Hooper, Neb., Sunday in the form
ei's auto to spend the day with Mr.
and Mrs. William Roettper.
Atto-ney DeiesDernier departed
Wednesday morninjr for the western
part of the state on leeral matters and
to look after land interests. He will
visit Scotts Bluff, Chappel, Sidney and
Geo. MeFa:! and family, of Bruns
wick, Neb., returned to their home on
Saturday after a short visit at the
heme of his father, A. McFail, and
other relatives. Mr. McFnll, who is
farming near the above named place,
lepoits crop conditions pooti.
Miss Minnie Sutherland on last
Tuesday submitted to a skin-grafting
operation in Lincoln to replenish the
loss sustained when she was so hor
tibiy burned a few weeks ayo at thej
heme of her sister Tier.r Alvo. Those j
furnLhir.p; the new skin were her sis-1
ters, Mrs. A. J. Rosenow and Miss
Lettie Brapp of this city, and Miss
Essie Sutherland of Lincoln, and also
a cousin in the capital city. We ate
plad to report that the operation was
successful, and bright hopes for the
J early recovery of Miss Sutherland aie
V WEEPING WATER.
M". i.v.d Mrs. Clyde Jenkins returned
Friday from Ohio, where they had
n: rt the s j.r.i.iei .
Miss Nellie Davis, who has bren
spendinp: several weeks with her
"i andnarents. Mr .and Mrs. Jesse
1 pavis. returned to her home at Ra-
VPnra S -.turday.
Lowe1, the Vounsr son of Mr. and
t W lle h!,,l tbo misfortune
to break his left arm near the wri-t
while at play on the school trrounds
I Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Timbli" aiI fam
ily, ef Alvo, were Sunday v:s--tors with
Mr. Timbiin's mother. M- ,. J-.- ph
Tinibl-n. who aecomp-.it-it-.l thorn borne
for a v."'"id:. i.-:t -i the ftitm.
Mrs. B. W. Iliat: of Risin;- City an !
her daughter, Mrs. Ai. in Kelly, aihl
husband, of Ik'ilvt oo'i, vi: i'."d at the
home of the former's daiiubter, M: -.
C. H. Gibson, from Sat j-.t'V u'.til
The trip was made by auto.
Amos Wrirht. s!".. who v.:1: for
itr?r tip;; riff'
h:.'i '.he mieslortu;
to dislocate his wrist Tuesday while
haul'PK rock. He was sum i'nc on a
rock on the vvarron ai.ti a ; h i-l'-n Jiit of
the va.'ron causeil him to lose hi.- bal
ance and fall. It was probably mo-e
painful thr.ii a broken hone.
Wili Wc-t, the mail eieik. who was
injured in the Mi ' curi Pacific vret k
near Oreanolis five weeks aro, i-itt d
h;-- ti.rcnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. We-t
Monday. He is frcttit'tr a'onc: tpiite
well from his iniutie. He was accom
piM.ie'' to his home at Kan.-as City by
has mother, who wer.t lor a week's
M'. a-v! Mrs. George J. Sio'nn an 1
: -on a v' Mr. Spohr.V :'.er, Miss Ma y,
cf Superior, who had been viritir.tr
several days with the former's cou.-ir
Cha: les I'nd Georjre Spohr. ar..i Mr s.
Al Weidcburc, also M'-s. Spohn's
.m m 1 r . P V . 1 . .
brother, Amiv -:u:m. r: At.!3.a,
, , "r -1
K li '.
tor th"!r home. Tin y
were tiavcline; by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn McNu:l:n of
Cchtrr.l City were Sur. lay visitors at
the home of the fn'-mrr's parents. Mi.
and Mr-. R. D. McNurlin. They came
oveiland in their car and were accom
panied by Mrs. McNu-Hr.V nn.tht r.
Mrs. Nea:-, of Buffalo, who is visitii.e;
them; also Mrs. B. U. Corrliver of
Havelock. Th.ey returned Monday
We have a few more boxes of
Sttticncry r,n the Earrrr.in Counter at
i the Journal CoTict. If vet wait some
' wt rrr ,ft f . .... pli.ati ..m.
J I.. VJ O iU.'V.l.t 1 ,1 vi..i, "lii.
M; s. Gct'-pe Nor is and Mrs. C.
Grahn of Ficrcru-e. Nehra-rka, who
were here- over Sunday visiting at the
home of Mrs. Norri-' daughter, Mrs.
Fritz Siemoneit, departed this cfler
ncon for their home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Trilseh and
daughter, Esther, of Cedar Creek,
moieied to this city Saturday foi a
visit with county seat friends ;.nd t
attend to some busine. s matter-..
While here Mr. Tritsch was a plea-ant
culler at this office and had hi.s sub
sciiption to this paper extended for
Mr. r.nd Mrs. C. F. Nickel. , uio
have been visiting at the homo f M .
Nickel.-,' father, William Ni -ke'.s and
family, near Murray, tie-parted for
their borne at Pierre, S. Lb. this mo: -.-big.
They were taken a-i far a.- (Ir. .)
ha ir an automobile by Mr. Nickel-"
brother, George, and sister. Mi.-s Ftt .i.
Before his departure Mr. Nickels al
his brother, George, called at this of
fice and Mr. Niekels ha 1 bis subscrip
tion to this paper extended for anothe-yeiar.
W. A. ROBERTSON, -
I- East cf Riley Hotel.
J Second Floor.
Distress in I lie Stmach.
There a:e many people who have n
di -tress in the stomach after meal:.
It is due to ind;ge.-ti)n and easily
remedied by taking or.e of Chambei
!r.inH Tablets after meals. Mis.
Henry Pat'.ghun, 'ictor, N. Y., write-'
' For some time I was troubled with
Itctt hiehe and distress in my stomach
afte; c:'. ting, also with constipation.
About si:, months ago I began takin..
Chamberlain's Tablets. They regulat
ed the action of my bowels and the
headache, nnd other annoyances ceae I
in a snort time." Obtainable tveiy
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