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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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Miss May Garrens of Omaha came
down Wednesday to visit her mother,
Mrs. Molly Garrens.
J. W. Pitman went to Weeping
Water Friday to spend the day with
his daughter, Miss Josie Pitman.
Mrs. Jess Dysert, who has been vis
iting for the past two weeks in At
lanta, la., returned home Friday aft
ernoon. Misses Zola and Edith Frans left
Tuesday for St. Joseph to visit with
relatives and attend the wedding of
their cousin, Grace Frans.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson ac
companied by the former's parents, of
Plattsmouth, left Sunday by auto for
Chicago to spend the week.
Newton Jones, of Ottawa, Kan.,
came up the first of the week to look
over this portion of the country. We
understand he contemplates buying in
Henry Chilcott, who is farming just
east of town, had the unusual experi
ence Tuesday afternoon of killing an
old oppossum and eight of her young.
When he saw them the young were
being carried on the mother's back.
Just before going to press word
was received that Mrs. Maude Frans
of Omaha, formerly of this place, is
very sick and it is thought and op
eration will be necessary. Her many
friends here will grieve to learn of
her serious condition.
Jens Neilson, of Omaha, who served
in the last State Legislature, was in
Union last Friday and Saturday vis
iting L. G. Todd, also a member of
the legislature. While in Lincoln Mr.
Neilson was one of Mr. Todd's chief
stand-bys. He was one of the most
dactive members and a booster from
This is a mild form of indigestion.
It is usually brought on by eating too
rapidly or too much, or of food not
suited to your digestive organs. If
you will eat slowly, masticate your
food thoroughly, eat but little meat
and none at all for supper, you will
more than likely avoid the sour stom
ach without taking and medicine what
ever. When you have sour stomach
take one of Chamberlain's Tablets to
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George Eogernief purchased a five
passenger Buick four at the Stone
garage this week.
Floyd Tyson is working in the Elm
wood State bank, having accepted a
permanent position with this institu
tion. Floyd Coon returned on Tuesday
from Fort Logan, where he had gone
for entrance into the army. He did
not pass the reuired examinations at
R. A. Emmerson, L. L. D., of Ithica,
N. Y., spent Sunday with W. II.
Hardin and family. Prof. Emmerson
holds the chair of agriculture in Cor
Mrs. Earnest Werner of Falls City,
Neb., arrived on Tuesday for a visit
with her brother, Henry Miller and
wife. They have not seen each other
for over five years and consequently
are enjoying the visit. "
Fred Loomis left on Friday of last
week for a vacation of three or four
weeks to various points in Colorado.
Fred has been close at his work as
bookkeeper at the Elmwood State
bank and deserves a vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Weitchel of Al
bion, Neb., visited the first of the
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. S. Stone and Chas. P. Hall and
family. Mrs. Weitchel is a niece of
Mr. Hall and a cousin of Mr. Stone.
Misses Elsa Oehlerking and Lois
Jackman gave a miscellaneous shower
at the Oehlerking home Tuesday eve
ning for Miss Marie Lorenz, in honor
of her approaching marriage to Mr.
Guy Clements. A fine time was had
and many presents left for Miss Lo
renz. Cake and ice cream were served.
Chas S. Stone closed a deal this
week whereby he disposed of his
garage building and lots to William
Long of Panama, Neb. Mr. Long
will take possession this week, also
moving his family here. Mr.' Long
has been in the bloeksmith and gar
age business for eighteen years and
conies to us highly recommended as
an expert at the business.
I. M. Ward and daughter, Verna, of
Avoca; were in Elmwood a few hours
Monday afternoon. They were re
turning from Greenwood, where they
had taken their daughter, Mrs. Critch
field, of Kansas City, who had been
visiting them, for a visit with rela
tives there. She will also visit rela
tives in Lincoln before returning to
Elmwood has organized a ball team
with Ed renterman manager. Ed has
a fine lineup and the boys expect to
play good ball this summer. Elm
wood is now ready to meet the teams
of the surrounding territory, either
on the home diamond or will go away
to play. We feel sure that Ed will
do the "managing stunt" to perfec
tion as he has had experience along
this line. "Lots of Pep," boys. "Nuff
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Tool of Murdock
were Sunday and Monday visitors at
the home of their daughter, Mrs. F.
The telegraph wires were clicking
the news Saturday of the arrival of
an eight-pound boy at the home of
Roy Giberson in Minnesota. If you
notice anything strange about Grand
pa E. C. Giberson, never mind, he'll be
all right soon.
A young man arrived Monday, June
18, 1917, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Domingo. The little fellow in
sisted in making his home on the
farm, which is very agreeable to the
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson, son Al
fred, and their niece, Miss Marie
Paulsen of Omaha, autoed to Platts
muoth Sunday and spent the day at
the home of Mrs. Nelson's cousin, An
James Gilmore came in 'last week
from Custer county for a short visit.
He was accompanied by hisaiephew,
Willis Gilmore, and his two sisters,
the Misses Rachel and Mary, who
will visit relatives here for'some time.
The trip was made here by auto.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hiatt and son,
Harold, of Rising City, who had been
visiting at the home of their daugh
ter, Mrs. C. II. Gibson, returned home
Monday. They were accompanied
home by the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Hiatt of Murray.
Mrs. W. A. Davis and her mother,
Mrs. Boyd, went to Glenwood, la.,
Wednesday to see Mrs. Boyd's brother,
who is very sick. Burt Jameson took
them to Plattsmouth in his car to take
the train, and found the roads so good
that he drove on to Glenwood, They
all returned the same day.
Mr. Ole Olson reports having the
largest contract for stone that he has
ever had. The contract, for something
like 500 cars of rip rap and crushed
stone, goes to build the Blair bridge.
This with, his smaller contract work
will keep the quarry busy, and more
men are needed.
Albert Heneger left Tuesday for
Rochester, Minn., to have the Mayo
Bros, amputate his limb, which has
given him so much trouble for many
years. Albert's many friends will
wish him all the good luck possible
and hope that the operation will be
successful and a permanent relief had
from his many years of suffering.
Pat Temple, sr., is in the Methodist
hospital in Omaha for treatment, hav
ing been taken there last week.
Miss Leona Lane, of Berlin, re
turned home Monday after a few days'
visit with Frank Tyo and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Sprieck of
Stanton came down for an over Sun
day visit with relatives and friends
in and around Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Nichols and
family expect to leave Sunday for an
auto trip to Maitland, Mo., where they
will visit Mrs. Nichols' father and
The Courier is pleased to state that
August Jochin has so far recovered
from his recent operation for appen
dicitis that he was able to return
home from the hospital last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blake and
daughter, Vivian, and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert McCarty have returned from
a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs.
August Ossenkop at their ranch home
near Oconto. The trip was made by
auto and the travelers report an ex
Mrs. Dan Schoeman, who recently
returned to her home in the country
southwest of Louisville, after under
going an operation at the Methodist
hospital in Omaha, continues to gain
in health and strength and her family
expect that she will enjoy better
health than she has for years.
We are glad to report th:-.t John
Group, who underwent a serious op
eration in Omaha severi.l weeks ago,
still continues to improve, and has
been at home for some time. He made
a trip to Omaha last Thursday to see
his physician, who gave him every en
couragement. Mr. Group says he is
feeling fine and is able to eat and
relish three meals a day.
Alvin Vogler, the 9-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. George Vogler, living
five miles south of Louisville, was ac
cidentally struck by a hay fork last
Friday, and his head was so badly
cut that it required several stitches
to close the wound. It was a very
painful injury and might easily have
killed the little fellow, but he is re
covering nicely and will soon be all
another carload of the Chevrolet
Those wanting the best motor on the market would do
well to phone or call for demonstration at once, and get
in on the old price, as they are bound to go higher. First
come, first served. There is a shortness of cars at the
present time. Just think, a 30-horse power valve-in-head
motor, self starting and lighting system, (that is guaran
teed to be the best) tailored mahair top; three speeds for
ward and one reverse; cantlever spring both front and
rear; stream line body, all for
- f. o. b. Factory
This car will convince all that it is in a class by itself
when it comes to climbing hills. The price will surely
advance, so if you want to get more for your money let
me show you what the Chevrolet will do.
W. W. WASLEY,
44V4 4 WW
Miss Gertrude Sturm arrived Mon
day night from Massachusetts, where
she has been attending school.
Mr. R. J.' Johnson of Mynard spent
the week end with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. A. Whiteman.
Miss Vcrna Harris of Union visited
at J. W. Magney's several days last
week, and took in the chautauqua.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Rose autoed to
Omaha Tuesday. Mrs. McBride re
turned to her home in Omaha with
them, and Mrs. Kirkpatrick went
along to chaperon the young folks.
Ernest Kropp went to Lincoln last
Thursday, where he enlisted for serv
ice in the army. He will take the
second examination in a few, weeks
and should he be successful will be
called sometime the first part of Au
Guy Kirkpatrick and family of St
Joseph, Mo., who have been visiting
his parents has returned home. While
here he was joined by Mrs. Earl Kirk
patrick and Ermine Kirkpatrick of
Texas, and Mrs. Ruffner of Platts
mouth, and Mrs. Reed and Miss Hunt
and Miss Carr of Omaha.
J. M. Stone, Gladys West and El
vira Baker of Weeping Water left
Nehawka last Friday in Mr. Stone's
car for Masonic Park, Colo., where
they will join Mrs. D. C. West and
Mrs. L. E. Stone, who preceded them
a few days. The party intends to
spend the summer months in camp at
this beautiful resort. '
Mrs. J. R. Vallery of Mynard spent
the week end at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Cunningham, and at
tended the - chautauqua, returning
home Sunday,' when the daughters,
Misses Grace, Louise, Martha and
Doris autoed down for the day at the
Cunningham home. Miss Doris re
mained for a more extended visit.
The friends of John Bagley, who
once lived here, will be pleased to
learn that he won second money in
the five, ten, and fifteen-mile motor
cycle races on the fair grounds at
Lincoln last Sunday. The five-mile
race was won in seven minutes and six
seconds; ten-mile, in twelve minutes
and eighteen seconds. Bagley rode an
4-H I-I"l"I- -H-H-
J. S. Dysart shipped a carload of
hogs to the South Omaha market Mon
day. We understand that Will Sacks has
purchased a half-interest in the East
Mrs. Oscar Keil purchased the D.
Willm property just south of the de
pot the first of the week.
Mrs. Conrad Crabtree and son, Ray
mond, of Hastings, Neb., have been
visiting in Eagle the past few days.
G. C. Trimble is confined in a Lin
coln hospital and we understand that
his condition is quite serious.
Bridge Trimble and family of To
peka, Kan, have been visiting rela
tives in and about Eagle the past
Thurman Lane and John Mick left
Wednesday for Grant, Neb., near
which place Thurman "has some land.
They made the trip by auto.
The Eagle ball team journeyed over
to Havelock last Sunday and were
defeated, by the score of 11 to 0.
Many errors accounted for the one
Is Eagle going to have its annual
picnic the second week in August as
has been the custom for the past
few years? We should decide at
Lloyd Mick, the eldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Mick, had his tonsils
and adenoids removed at the Lincoln
sanitarium last week. He is getting
Dawson Will Fix It.
Plattsmouth People Are Doing All
Tliey Can for Fellow Sufferers.
Plattsmouth testimony has been
published to prove the merit of Doan's
Kidney Pills to others in Plattsmouth
who suffer from bad backs and kidney
ills. Lest any sufferer doubt this evi
dence of merit, we produce confirmed
proof statements from Plattsmouth
people who again endorse Doan's Kid
ney Pills confirm their former testi
mony. Here's a Plattsmouth case:
Johnathan Ilatt, general store keep
er, 411 Main street, says: "I got
Doan's Kidney Pills from Edward Ry
nctt & Co.'s drug store, and I con
sider them a most effective medicine
for backache and other kidney ail
ments. Doan's have proven their val
ue to me for such troubles."
The above statement was given
April 10, 1912, and on February 22,
1910, Mr. Ilatt said: "Doan's Kidney
Pills are surely all right, and what
I said in my former endorsement
holds good. When my kidneys cause
me any trouble, Doan's soon put me
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Ilatt has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Milburn Co.,, Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
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and Sattler home on High School hill,
a necklace, with $2.50 gold piece for
locket. Finder please leave same at
the Journal office and receive reward.
FORD CARS FOR SALE.
For Sale Second-hand Ford tour
ing cars, $175 and $225. W. W. Was
ley, Plattsmouth. Sftl&SEfS
The Boyds Overflowing
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