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MONDAY. MARCH 11, 1918.
PL ATTS MOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Frum Saturday's Daily.
Miss Lillian Dwyer was a visitor
with friends in Omaha this morning.
Miss Minnie Guthman was a visit
morning with friends in '
voing on the early train. ;
Vitii Lamphear departed this mor
ning for Kansas City, where he goes
to look after some business matters.
Howard Newton departed last eve
ning for Alliance, where he is go
ing to look after some business. He
will be away over Sunday.
Henry Kaufman ana John Bauer,
sr., were passengers to Omaha this
morning, going to look after some
business in that city for the day.
Miss Agnes and xVnna Knoflicek
were passengers to Omaha this mor
ning, whore one is giving, and the
other receiving musical instruction.
Miss Marion Mauzy, who has been
visiting for some time," at the home
of her sister, Mrs. T. J. Todd, of
Kearney, returned home last even
ing. A. C. Carey and wife departed:
this morning for Lincoln. where
they will visit for over Sundav with
friends and will return the first of
Ab-x Russell of Pacific Junction, J
was a visitor in Plattsmouth yes-t-rday.
doing some business with the
merchants, and returning home last
Miss Harriett Thorpe, one of the
teachers of the city schools, depart-
d last evening for her home in
Lincoln, to spend the over Sunday
Misses Vera. Margaret and Frances
Moore from south of the city were
passengers to Omaha this morning
where they will visit with friends
for the day.
Br. A. P. Caldwell was a visitor
to Omaha, last evening, where he
was looking after some business, and
having some repairs made upoi one
of his violins.
Mrs. Joshua Andrews with her
little granddaughter departed this
morning for Omaha, where they will
visit with Mrs. Andrew's daughter.
Mrs. Sarah Cowles. for the day.
Mi-s Mary Drown, who is one of
the teachers in the public schools
hero departed last evening for her
home at Nebraska City, where she
v ill visit over the Sundav holidays.
Mi-s Esther Fight and Mrs. John
Sporrer of Valparaiso, who is visit
ing lure for the past few days were
passengers to Omaha, where they are
looking after some business for the
.Mi-;s Msirb- Eookmeyer of Omaha,
v. h lias been engaged as a teacher
in the public schools of that city for
sorii" time, came down to Platts
n.outh last evening and is spending
the week end with Iter mother, in
Mi-s Blanche Robertson who is
fea(l:ir!u in the Omaha public schools
arrieu in the city last evening for
an over Sunday visit at the home
of her parents Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Fred Drucker and little child
who are visiting here from Eustis,
at the home of her parents, George
Grebe and wife was a visitor in
Omaha today and was accompanied
by her parents and brother Will
Miss Marie Swoboda, one of the
teachers in the city schools here,
i"partd last evening for Malvern,
I'fva. wliere she will j;pend the Sun
h;v holiday, at the home of her
bro'her Frank Swoboda, who is a
hah"- in that citv.
Miss Clara Mae Morgan has been
r'ecrtug rather poorlj-. and most of
the time for the past few weeks has
not been able to be up and around,
'm:! she has at no time-been serious
ly sick, but seems not to improve
Mrs. R. Oxford and son Medford,
! Uroken How, are guests of A. .It.
Noble and family of this city, and
oday in r.-ompany with Miss.es Golda
and Fern Noble were seeing the
rights iii Omaha, going there on the
enrly train this morning.
Charles Bennett, a brother of Lee
Bennett, who has been at Camp
Dodge with the seleetment from
I'i'.vh. going from Hamburg, has
been honorably discharged on ac
count of physical disability arising
from ati attack of black measles. I
which had left him iu poor health. .
Read tlie Journal AdsIt Pays.
II. M. Smith was a passenger to
Omaha this morning, where he is
! loking after some business for the
Misses Rose and Caroline Pro
haska departed this morning for
Omaha, where they will spend the
dav with friends.
Mrs. Will A. Robertson and little
daughter were passengers to Oma
ha this morning wher they will visit
for the day.
Jacob Jilek. departed this morn
ing for Omaha taking with him five
of the baskets which he makes, to
fill an order which he had there.
Joseph E. Wiles departed this
morning for Omaha, going to see
Harley Wiles, his nephew, who is at
the hospital, and also to look after
Mrs. H. D. Travis departed this
morning for Omaha, where she will
spend the week end with her son
Raymond Travis, returning home the
first of the week.
William Kriskey and wife depart
ed this morning for Omaha, where
they are doing some trading for the
day and where they will spend the
day also with friends.
Frank R. Gobelman. the propriet
or of the paint and paper house, was
a business visitor in Omaha this mor
ning, going to see about some busi
ness in the line of his store here.
Miss Marie E. Kaufman and Miss
Clara Weyrich were passengers to
Omaha this morning, where they are
spending the day with friends and
where they have some business mat
ters to look after.
Clarence Cotner and wife depart
ed this morning for Omaha, where
Mr. Cotner has to go for examina
tion by his physician, who has been
treating him for the injury, which
he received some time since.
Mrs. Ralph Stahl of Salem arriv
ed in the city last evening and is
visiting at the home of her father
B. F. Crook, and today in company
with her father was a visitor to
Omaha, returning home this evenin
Con Seers and wife of Morefield.
who have been visiting at Cedar
Creek, and in this city for some
time past, the guests here of H. A.
Schneider and George Shocnian. de
parted this morning for their home
in the western portion of the state.
Mi.ss Pert ha Drift meyer. teacher
of history in the high school, depart
ed last evening for her home at
Llarinda. Iowa, where she will visit
over Sunday at the home of her par
ents, returning Honda v in time to
take up her work in the schools
Miss Irene Scott one of the teach
ers of the Plattsmouth schools of
last year, but who rs teaching this
year at Oakdale. arrived here last
evening and is visiting with her
friends and fellow teachers of last
year and a guest of Mrs.' L. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Simmons,
with their little child departed last
evening for Pacific Junction, wliere
they will visit for a short time and
then go to Red Oak. Iowa, where they
will visit at the home of Mr and
Mrs. Edgar Lake, Mrs. Lake being a
sister of Mrs. Simmons.
Mrs. Julia Rynot ami cousin Fran
cis Thomas, departed this morning
for Lincoln, where they go to visit
with Mrs. Rynofs brother. Frank
Thomas, who was injured some time
since, and has been in the hospital
since, and who is not doing as well
as would be desired.
Mrs. Charles Christ weisser and
daughter Miss Zupha. of Nehawka.
who are visiting in this city, with
the parents of Mr. Christ weisser,
Hennett Christ weisser and wife, de
parted for Omaha this morning, and
were accompanied by Mrs. Christ-
weisser. where they will visit for the
day and look after some business.
Mr. Roscoe Mill yesterday began
as a salesman in the clothing store
of the Wescott's Sons, and with flie
cleverness possessed by this young
man. his aptitude to work, and the
opportunity which is before him he
should make a good salesman, and
be of much benefit to his employers,
or for whomsoever he might work.
W .B. Price, roadmaster for the
Burlington on the Wymore division
with headquarters at Wymore, ar
rived in this city yesterday to" look
ifter the repairing of a gasoline
motor, which he is to use on the
road, and which is being worked up
on at the shops here. He departed
last evening for his home, after hav
ing accomplished his errand.
Miss Marie Wilson departed this
afternoon for Omaha, where ie i-5
visiting with friends i'?r the day.
Mrs. Joseph McCarthy ' departed
ths mornng for Omaha, where she
is visiting with friends fur the day.
Mrs. J. C. Petersen was a passeng
er to Omaha this afternoon where
she is spending the afternoon with
S. W. Ramson is loading his goods
today for shipment to LaSalle, Colo
rado, where he goes to farm this
Miss Ella Newman was a visitor
to Omaha this afternoon where she
is visiting with friends for the af
ternoon. Rev. K. G. McCluskey departed
for Omaha this morning, where he
is looking after some business for
II. J. Kreager from west of My
nard was a visitor in this city this
morning, looking after some business
for the day.
C. E. Haynie was transacting busi
ness in Omaha this morning, having
gone to that place on the early Bur
J. A. Scott of Pacific Junction. Ia..
was a business visitor in this city
I today, coming over to sell some corn
I which he has here.
Henrv Horn from near C dar
Creek was a visitor i:i the city this
morning, coming to do some trading
with the city merchants.
Mrs. Peter Herold who ha wit!
his little son Foisal. been visiting at
Lincoln for the past few days return
ed home this afternoon.
Mrs. A. F. Sevbert and daughter
Miss Ethei were passengers to Onia
ha -this morning, where they will
spend the day with friends.
Mrs. J. P. Keil who has been visit
ing with her numerous friends at
Cedar Creek for the past few da
returned home Ihis morning.
J. J. Meiisr.ger from Cedar Creek
was a visitor in this city this morn
ing having some business to look uf
ter at the county seat and also in
Miss Blanche Sayles who i ' teach
ing school near Cedar Creek canu
in this morning and is spending the
over Sunday holiday with her par
ent's G. R. Sayles and wife.
B. Allen who is al this tin.',
engaged with the Burlii::; :i a'
Omaha, as a carpenter, v as a vi.-itor
in the city, coming down o spend
over Sundav with the family.
Miss Emma Ault. who is employ
ed in th? institute at Cienwoud
Iowa, as a nurse, was a visitor in
Plattsmouth today, coming over on
the early train thio morning.
In the county court today wa
ffled a petition by Edward J. Gil-
brick asking the showing of heir
ship in the estate of John W. Gul-
iion. deceased and is represented by
Sam lams of Lincoln.
C. T. Walton, a grandson of P. T.
Walton, who has formerly lived in
Omaha, arrived in the city this morn
ing, and will make his heme on the
place of his grandfather, farming the
place the coming summer. .
Mrs. Anna McPete. mother of
Joseph Wallace, and Miss Myrtle
Goodale. both from Ashland, arriv
ed in the city this morning, and
are visiting at the home of .Mr. Wal
lace, who lives on the Glen Perry
farm south of the citv.
.Mrs. Dan. Jordan and lit Go child
ren William and Harriet, who have
been visiting at the home of Mrs.
Jordan's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. W.
Parker south wesi of Cue city. for
some time past, departed this morn
ing for their home at Nodaway. Ia.,
Mr. Jordan is engaged in the barber
business at that place.
Miss Lillian Baker, who has been
sick at her home for seme weeks,
and who just got out a short tim?
since, departed this morning for
Omaha, where she will visit with her
little girl, at the Christian home, foj-
the day. Mrs. Baker will resume
her work in the Burlington shops
the beginning of next week.
Will S. Crissman of the assistant
civil engineers of the Burlington,
was in the city this morning to see
J. F. Clugey regarding some grading
for the company, which is desired to
be done near South Bend. The
Burlington are desiring Mr. Ciugey
to do the work, but there seems to
be a scarcity of help just at this
Plattsmouth. Neb.. March 5. I'JlS.
I Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present. Julius A. Pit;:. C. E.
! Ileebner and Henry tuoke, Couuly
; Commissioners, and Frank J. Liber
, sh.il, County Clerk. Minutes of pre
j vious sesi-ions read and approved,
when the following business was
transacted in regular form:
County Judge Allen J. Beeson hied
an order with the Clerk, directing
the Lourd of Commissioners Jo pay
, Mrs. Fanny Dill of Weeping Water
the sun: of $15.0.' per month for
the care and support of her three de
pendent children. On motion tame
v.i.t allowed by the Board.
County Judge Allen J. Beeson filed
orders with the County Clerk re
newing the -Mothers' pension of Mrs.
Grace Sperry for .flo.00 per mo:iih
and of Mrs. August Brandt for s12.oo
per month. On motion same were
allowed by the Beard.
Bond of Dr. J. 15. Martin, phys'.c-
j ian in District No. 1. approved and
agreement: emeieu nuu.
"Bond of Dr. J. F. Brend'. 1. physio
iaii in District No. 1' approved and
agreement entered into.
Bond of Dr. J. W. Brer.del. physic
ian in District No. ay proved ami
agreement entered into.
Bond of George W. Peterson, Jus
tice of the Peace, within and for Tip-t-j.i
C'erk f the District Court tiled
a sta-oment "of th" time and mileage
of the regular jury and talesmen for
the .January Term. I'.'IS. of the Dis
trict Court of said county to the
amount of ?44S.-H.
II. Si"vers. ci'.r-t o.'.'.a'.i of the Co.tr.
H'ji'se. filed an application with the
Board of. Commissioners for an in-cr.::'-e
in salarv and on motion of
Commissioner Saoke seconded by
Ci mmissioner Hetbtier the salary of
II. Sirver was rais-'-i to ?9. 0" per
month, eoniirsencinu March -1. 1 9 1 S .
Muior; carried umi nimom 'y.
Resign;. t io:i ; f ( . 1". Rbd.sirus. as-f-e-'iior
for South. Betid Precinct re
ceived and rcfep.-,i by the Board.
County Asse.-sor Geo. L. Farley
i':l?d i.:3 app dntmert of M. E. Pushtu-1
1 for precinct a.-essor within and
f-- South Bend precinct to fill va
cancy caused by th.- resigtmtoin of
C. T. Richards, and tame was ap
proved by the Board.
County Au ess.-r George L. F.-.rl- v
f'i -1 hi - i-ppointmen of P. A. Hild
j.rervi?! rs.;i'.-.-";r within :ul f.r
M'. PleaMtiiT i -recincl to fill vacancy
?--!ed by lite dea.'ti of W. A. Ilene
t;er una same v approved by t! '
County Assessor George L. I';triey
til. m! en u p'itca! i-n with the Cn:,?y
Bearu for an aiiowance of ?2'i Hit
for clerk hire in Lis oiliec for the
rear l'-ls and iuta-- was approved by
The Soldier-: 1 ' "I i . " Cor.miissi'Ui
filed their re-r.rt -f money expend
ed for the past year, amounting to
Petition of Wm. Siiee'ian : 1
')''!(: r : itl -i : t'.i bobb-i .. of Cen
ter vreehict . ' rss eovnty. Nehra.-ka.
'Vii it: the Board of Commission
ers to grant Edward t'. K"il.-- a il
::(-.i-e to o.-eirt a p--.-i and biilir.rs'
ha'i on L.i? .". Bb. k '. in the villa 'i
of Manley, received together with
proof of publication ami a lieense iV
of $"l'.tti. The Board on motion vo -eu
unanimously to uran: the ib'om
as prayed for av.d the Clerk van iu
strnc.ed to iss.-e raid, lie use for
veer, dated from February 1". i'slb
o February l::, i!l;.
The foi'.owiiig claims '..'ere audit
ed and allowed hy t'ne Board:
GENERAL FI ND
W. T. Richardson, mdse. to
co';i;'v larm sj 1 s.tit
Dr. J. iariiii. 4!h c;uur
ter s-aiary. Co. Pi yiciau in
District No. 1
Tlie J. P. e'ooke e'o.. stamp
for Clerk';; olUce
Julitis A. Pit;:. salary and
C. E. lieeiitivr. Do
:-ieury S'H'I.e, Do
Croirbr Bros.. mdse. to p.
Gbigo. ?lo; S. Maclr. $10
A -J. . :: o
'. D. Qulnfon.. salary for the
morth of February 1 4 r . b
:'. D. (juiuton. lor boarding
priione";-. February Kb Oo
C. D. Quinton, jailor fees
fer February 1 .0
Tii" I'niversity Pub. Co.. :;d
quart'T exun'anuiion ques
Frank J. Libersha!, salary
and c:;pense Lb
B. C. Marouardt t Co., u.dse.
to .Mrs. Cot I ir.i.'hai.)
Plat tsnnst.it h Water Co., f-:r
water to court b'-ti.se ;tiid
Opal Fitz.-.t raid, salary for
m:iiifh of February
1 5. J 0
Allen J. Beeson, S'.ate vs. OI-
v:r M. Ward
C. D. (Ju'ntr.u, D
Janes Rfibt-rtson. Do
Hammond & Stephens, sup
plies to County Stipt
case Mrs. A. G. Johnson
s . :
. 7 -j
2, 1 0
M. Archer, Do
Jjmes Robertson. Do
C. 2). Quim.on. Do
Don York, witness, insane
cav Mrs. A. (iJobr.son
N. P. Scb u It z, Do
Emil Stanr-k, Do
L. V. Coponhaver. Do
J. K. Tiirasiser. assigned to M.
Tritsch. halib's certificate
C. D. Quinton. State vs. John.
Renal; et al
Janes Robertson., Do
The Platlbi'iouth Garage, tor
E. C- C'olemau. mcinher Sol
diers' Relief Ccmmbision
E. A. Kirkpatrick, Do
1 1! . 4 5 ;
Thomas Wiles, Do 25.00
An:bler Bro:,.. uuie: furnibh-
ed Mrs. Du field 7.0')
J. W. Brendel, salary for j
1917, physician district No. . i
H 40.00 :
Geo. L. Farlev. salary and ex
ren e -for Februr.rv 50.25:.
i II. M. Sovunichseii, tndse. to
j Warden, J5; Hart, $10;
j Collins, ?i: total
! Lincoln Telephone Ttle
' urauh Co.. rent and tolls
''Nebraska Lighting Co., gas
; and electricity to co-.r.siy 34.21
! Mrs. Ethel Boetel, c.re of
j dependent children, March- 20.00
Mrs. Co-a B. Tower, Do liboO
Lillian Baker, Do 15.00
Mr-. Vijgie L. Fraiiy. Do 20.00
: Mrs. Edit a Dnckworth, Do 25.00
t Mri.. Ida Sehiieske. Do 25.00
Mr . Dora Denson, Do 20.00
Mrc. Susie Frvin. Do 10.00
Mrs. Clara Mat-ike, Do 20.00
I. .icy TJ iyle. Do 15.00
Mrs. Mary Thompson, Do S.00
.w.. jo.-,ephine Havir, Do 15.00
Mr Jirbie Games. Do 15.00
; Mrs. Est her il eneger. Do 20.00
M-.. G::a B. Lawton. Do S.00
! M. V.'. Thomas. M. P., tjuar-
I amine and fumigating for
n.ul! pox patients 15.00
Mo-ieiiMrii & Hart. mdse. to
; Nichols. i0; Allen, $7 17.00
I AlL'n J. Beeson. co -ts, nioth-
j :.-.' pension cases .00
i LtH-.-ard Disinfectant Co.,
! Pi ue-O-Cieie to jail, claim-
I .H0.'.'0 Refused
I '. iT.jiu C. i:eterso i. salary
j -il rvC 140. OS
, John Bauer, material and
! .r Jl-l! 27.00
' J. II. Tarns, salary for month
... rv 100.00
' J. 31. Jirousek, mdse. to the
i nun'; ia.rm T.O.J'S
j. il. Tarns, misce-llaneous
s " .
I .iess i'. Warga. mdse. to the
A. d. -:'i -e. alary ar l.cxp H;. 50
I L. .1. .May h . id. printing to
1 the county
M . it. Egeu burger, mdse. to
; Kuschin-ky. Jackson.
.' .'. F. He'-bner. telephone
talis fT year DilT
j Mr.;. Martha A. Daddon. care
i of dept-nd't children. March
I Allen .1. B -eson, stamp:-? for
! ; ternuit Li'tnb. r Coal
'o.. r op 1 o Mr:;. Price
Waterman Lumber Coal
Co.. eoal to cjurt house
.". ibTt ford, fuel to the
court !:ou.-e 1 ';.
Q. 11-ode. shovtiir.g snow at
Bes-tor & ew:-tei;. su-h cord
, ( , u ; ' " - -.
.". E. i ir.ri i'oi d. fuel tes the
il. Suve-r.?. f'.;r salary and
7-v. ::.-ebl Look Shop, f.ag for
e . re sin
I ;r. o. B'-nd;-!. fumigat
i is : ouaran! i ne e..-es
Mr, j-'.i i" ibl1. care sf de-
uud'-nt chrhlre!., M.ir;
Mrs. Grace sss-Try. Do
"wrs. A 'rust .'. iirandt. iu
Jo'.in Cory, h-oa.rl ior
C. 'I. I-'ricise, coal to court
Dr. (. E. Li-T:n. salary tdr
1 1 7 , county idiy-.dcian dis-
!'. C Fricke, ecal to county
C. G. r'riv ke, e.u.i to county
1 15. S
". G. Fricke. coal to Kush-insi-v
. is . v 5 ; Warden, V4 -.e;
.u:.i.--t i-Ireclvlow. helping
; .. Miison. hardware for
. i: isi ru.i No. 5. ,.20
".Visiter Byers. road work in
road district No. 27 -0.01
W. J. I a r. ri'lsre, road vrk
ii risad district No. l;', 1.50
A. ('. Mttnii. road work in
Eevsti'tie i'iT-e Co., cement
?)i'e for roa l district 11 151.75
Atlas Powder Co.. dynamite.
fie. Tor road district 12 ::5.04
At'.ss I'owtier Co., dynamite.
:.- for read, district i:'. (!.;!
Nebraska .w iowa Steel Tank
Co.. i-i'!vrr':; for road dis
trict No. IS. 00
Loubvir.e Village Treasurer,
uronortion road fund, road
..strict No. IS 2 5' 0.00
Fni"-.) ii'tage Tretuutrer. pro-n-iriion
r;;ad fund, road dis
trict No. 2 2 15b. 00
Der.mr. St on---, for dragging
r.jad in district No. 15 15.7
A. C. Munn, Do. Dist. IS K',.S0
if. J. Thieie. Do, List. i 0-00
.lark Chabnm. lo. Dist. 11 S.00
Waterman Lumber v Coal
( v., bridge lumber 4.10
Keystone Pipe Co.. cement
pipe. Lib'rty preiitict U.S. 00
W. J. Partrbige. bridge work 11.00
(): i;ie-':( r th" Board adiourned to
meet Wednesday, March H. 10 IS.
FRANK J. L1BERSHAL.
PkiM.Km -titii. Neb.. March 0. 1!1.
I'.oard v.vt as per adjournment,
iti! a!! i:'ember.s present, when the
io'.owii.g bu. inei-s was transacted in
Yin motion properly seconded. Dr.
G. H. Cilm.'src was appointed County
Phvsicir.n f.r tl.c year lal, the sal-ary-and
siiiov.utnce to remain the
:ame as for the year 1917.
Op motion the county board ot
health, v.r.:; or';ani;itd as follows:
Juliifj A. Pit7. ChL-irman; C. H.
Heehner, Vi-e Chairman; Dr. G. H.
fiilmoro, Pi.ysician; Frank J. Liber
On motion the County Clerk was
instructed to call for bids for the
building of wood, steel and wood,
and steel bridges, concrete arch and
b:x culverts and other concrete work
such as wings and abutments, for
the year 10 IS. as provided by lew,
and according to plans and specifi
cations on file in the ofiice of the?
Separate bids may bo filed for caTh
class of bridge work and for concrete
arch and box culvert work.
All bids to be filed on or before
noon ou Monday. April 8th. 1D1S,
and bids to be opened on Tuesday,
April nth. 1918. at eleven o'clock a
The Board of County Commission-!
ers reserves the right to reject any j
and all bids. I
serves the right to build all bridges
and culverts costing S500.00 or less.
A certified cheek for $500.00 must
accompany each hid filed.
County Farm Eeport
J. H. Tarns, Superintendent of the
County Poor Farm, filed his report
for the year of March 1. 1917 to
March 1, 19 IS. as follows:
Received from sales $2
Value of grain and produce
on hand . 4
Value of permanent im
provements construct ed
Groceries and meats $
Clothing and shoes
Harness and biacksmithing
Implements and hardware
Drugs and paints .
Lumber, furniture, posts
Repairs, improvements, etc.
Threshing, shelling, milling
Coal and ice
Total expenditure $1,911.11
Supt's. salary for year $1,200.00
Number of inmates maintained
during the year
Number of deaths during year
Number of inmates leaving dur
ing the year
Number of inmates at farm at
the present time
County Treasurer filed his report
of receipts and disbursements in his
office from July 1, 1917 to December
By a unanimous vote of the I'.oard
of County Commissioners, the Coun
ty Clerk was instructed to return and
refuse to file ail claims which do not
comply with paragraph 9 Go. Section
154 of the Revised Statutes of the
State of Nebraska for the year 19 IS.
which reads as follows: "Befor any
claim against a county is audited
and allowed, the claimant or his
agent snail verify the same by his
affidavit stating that the several
items therein mentioned are just
and tr-'c. ami the services charged
therein, or articles furnished, as the
ei.se may be. were rendered or fur
nished as therein charged, and that
he amount claimed is due and un
j...i s after allowing just credits."
All claims against a county must
lie hied with the County Clerk.
The County Clerk is further in
structed to return ail claims not O.
KM. and sworn to. enclosing a
county claim blank when necessary.
The following claims were audit
ed and allowed hy the Board:
Fred. Patterson, office work$
Hartford Steam Boiler In
spection & Insurance Co..
premium on policy
D. C. Morgan, postal sup's.
Mi'se Tritsch. postage, etc.-
City of Piattsmou'b, propor
tion of Road fund, district
No. 17 1700.00
Geo. W. Voss Co.. lumber
for road district No. 14 27.10
j. H. McMaken, cement cul
ver: work, Plattsmouth 001.25
Geo. V. Voss Co.. bridge ma
terial l'9. S5
There being no further business,
lie Beard on ' mot icn : dj;urued to
meet Tuesdav. Apiil 2. 191!-.
FRANK J. LIBERSHAL.
B. Fornoff of Cullom came
to this city on the morning
to attend to some business
matters and visit friends for a few
hours. While here he called at this
ouleo and subscribed for the Platts
mouth Journal for Clarence P.
Busch. Clarence is going to reside
on the Will Seybert farm during the
coming year and say? h could not
keep house without the Old Reliable.
Mr. and Mrs. John School and
daughter Alma, of Murdock came
down to this city this morning to
attend to business matters and visit
friends for a short tine. They were
pleasant callers at this office and
while here Mr. School renewed his
Judge J. W. Brobst of Louisville,
was looking after some business, of
a legal nature in the county seat
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From Thursday's Laily.
Ed Wagener and family who have
been visiting in the city departed
for their home at Cedar Creek last
A. B. Fornoff from near Cullom
was a visitor in the city today, com
ing to look after some business with
George Parks of near Murray was
a visitor in Plattsmouth today, com-
4yjing up to look after some business
"with the merchants.
Jack Durall and Miss Nettie Val
lery were passengers to Omaha this
5S.S5 j afternoon, where they are spending
2SO.20ithe afternoon with friends.
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and is looking after some business
matters at the court house.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fickler and
children departed for Omaha this af
ternoon, where they will visit with
their relatives over Sunday.
G. A. B. Hicks of Cullom was u
business visitor in this city this
morning looking after some busi
ness iu the city, with the business
Misses Mable and Dora Meisiugcr
daughters cf Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Meisinger from near Cedar Creek
were in the city for the day today
visiting with friends.
F. R. Cunningham of Nehawka
was a visitor in this city yesterday
afternoon, having some business to
look after here at the court house
and returned home last evening.
J. W. Edmonds of Murray who
have been visiting at Omaha for the
past two days returned home today
stopping in Plattsmouth for a short
time to look after some business on
his way home.
Mrs. Victor Olson of Louisville
was a visitor in this city today com
ing down to look after some busi
ness for the day at the court house,
and also having some matters to at
tend to in the city.
James Hesenflow. the mail car
rier on the Cedar Creek route, was
a visitor in the city last evening and
after having transacted the business
which brought him to the city de
parted for his home.
Miss Inez Holmes, who has been
visiting here for the past few days
from her home at Ashland, depart
ed this afternoon for Doming, New
Mexico, where she will visit for some
time with friends.
Joseph Wheeler was taken sick
and had to go to the Perkins House
where he is still in his bed. be had
a doctor, but was assured that it
was not any contagion, and hoped
to be out in a short time.
Henry Saunders of near Cedar
Creek was a business visitor in the
city today, coming down on the
morning train and transacting busi
ness with the merchants and return
ing home in the afternoon.
W. A. Oliver who has ' n at
Louisville for the pa-; f--w days,
assisting his son in : cir.g moved
to that place, returned this morning
to look after things at home, a.- Mrs.
Oliver was at Louisville as well.
Stephen Jochim of Louisville was
attending to business matters iu this
city today, coming down on the
morning train. He was a pleasant
caller at this office and while here
renewed his subscription to the
Mrs. Morris Lloyd of near Cedar
Creek came in this afternoon for a
visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. Oscar Sandin was a passenger
to Pacific Junction this morning,
where he is called to the farm of
Lafe Scott, who has a very sick
Flarrs at the Journal Office.
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