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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1919)
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Krm TueOjy'f Dally.
Miss Dora Meisinger of Manley
u;i a vhitor in this city for the
day coming down this morning.
Mrs. J. I. Keil who has been
visiting at Cedar Creek for the past
few days returned heme this morn
ing. Sheriff ('. I. Quinton was a visit
or this morning at Greewood,
wjitre he is looking after some offi
Miss"V.th"el"St'ochr of near Cedar
Creek is visiting at the, home of
tVnrad Meisinger alid family fori
Hi is week.
Ci. (;. Meisinger who has been
assisting on the farm at Cedar
Creek came down this morning for
a short ttme.
C. A. Harvey of west of Mynard
was a visitor in Plattsmouth this
afternoon and was looking after
some business matters at the coun
A. J. Doughty of near Nehawka
was a visitor in Plattjmouth for a
short time last evening, and was
looking after some business matters
for a while.
Hen Menchau and wife were down
last Sunday from their home near
Eagle and were visiting at the
hom of Mrs. Menehau's parents Mr.
and Mrs. V. T. Smith.
John S. Livingston of near Green
wood was a visitor in Plattsmouth
last evening having driven down
to Ir.ok after some business, and re
mained over night with friends.
Mrs. John Theirolf who has been
visiting in the city for the paft few
days returned to her home at Cedar
Creek after having spent some time
at the heme of her parents C. E.
Dasher and wife.
Attorney c. L. Graves was a
visitor 'in Plattsmouth this morning
from his home at Union and was
looking after some legal matters at
the court house as well as some
business in the city.
Mrs. Myra McDonald of Murray
was a visitor in this city for a short
time yesterday and while in the
city made a call at the Journal of
fice renewing her subscription to
this paper, and was accompanied by
Mrs. Frank Reed also of Murray.
Mr. S. S. Gooding who has been
at Gilette, Wyoming, for the past
week returned home yesterday mor
ning, after having enjoyed a stay
in the northwest, which he says is
looking elegant at this time, with
business booming, and the crops all
In last evening's Omaha Daily
( News comes an account of landing
j of George Comer at Norfolk News
a.. and one which we did not get
in yesterday's paper. Mr. Comer
went to the service from Union,
and has been there over a
ycrr and a half, and Is an excellent
young man. He wiil. expect to b?
home in the near future.
From Monday' Daily.
Howard Graves of old Rock U luffs
was looking after tome trading with
the merchants last Saturday in this
Thursday, June 5th
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Prices 35 and 50o
. PUUS WAR TAX
Seats on sale at Weyrich 6c Ha
; draba's starting Monday.
P. A. Hild from west of Mynard
wa3 a visitor in Plattmouth last
Saturday, coming in to look after
some matters at the county seat.
Fred Beil of east of Murray was
a, visitor in this city this morning,
coming up in his car to look after
some business for a short time.
Roy Howard of near Murray was
a visitor In Plattsmouth for a short
time yesterday, coming to attend the
ball game and visit with friends.
rrank Beuchler of near Cedar
Creek was a visitor in this city last
Saturday. . coming down to look
after some business for a short time.
John Dar row of near Cullom was
a visitor In this city this morning,
coming in from his home to look
after some business matters for the
J. L.. Smith from near Nehawka
was a visitor with friends over
Sunday in, Plattsmouth and a guest
at the home of . his brother W. T.
Miss Dora Meisinger from Manley
was a visitor in this city for Sat
urday spending the day with friends
and returning to her home in the
John Wolff of Cedar Creek was a
business visitor in Plattsmouth last
Saturday afternoon and was looking.
after some business matters In the
auto line. "
John Fitch and wife with their
children-were visiting In' this city
from their, home near Nehawka,
coming to, visit with friends and
relatives here. -
John Long and wife with their
children who have been visiting in
Plattsmouth for Saturday and Sun
day, returned to their home last
evening at LaPlatte.
James Hessenflow of the rural
mail carriers ..and hailing from
Cedar Creek, was a busihess visitor
in Plattsmouth last Saturday after
noon for a few hours. .
Jacob W. Tritsch from south of
Cedar Creek and wife were visiting
in Plattsmouth yesterday. me
guests at the home qf Mr. Tritscii s
parents Jacob Tritsch sr. and wife.
Ferdinand Hennings and family
from near Cedar Creek were visit
ors in Plattsmouth last ssaiuruay,
where they were doing some week
end trading and looking after some
C. L. Graves, Wes Clark, Wayne
Propst. Henry O'Donnell, Roy To-
bin, Sherman Austin, kari naina-
way and Hall Swan were among the
crowd from Union, attending me
ball game here Sunday.
George Brinklow and son George
and daughter Miss Marjory were in
the city yesterday morning attend
ing the memorial services at the
Methodist church, driving from
their home east of Murray.
Miss Gertrude Riggs of Sargent,
is visiting at the home of her sis
ter Mrs. Albert Queen, coming in
last Friday and with Mr. and Mrs.
Queen and two children Miss Pearl
and Frank Dougay, spent yesterday
at the home of John Fitch and fam
ily near Nehawka. Miss Riggs will
visit here during the week.
Mioses Belle K. Speck and sister
Dorothy Speck who have been visit
ing in the northwest the past week
or ten days, spending some time at
Billings Montana. Sheridan and
Casper, Wyoming, as well as Lead
City and Deadwood, South Dakota.
Seturned home 'last Saturday and
eclaring they had had an excellent
THE NEW ALIGNMENT COULD
NOT HOLD, THE OLD RE
RED SOX WON HANDS DOWN
Looked Like a Runaway At
Eut Became More Rigid
Later In Game.
Fro?n WeJntilay' Dally.
Everett Wiles who ha lwcn
spending several days at Lincoln
I ('turned home last evening on the
late Burlington train.
Will S. Jean was called to Omaha
this morning to look after some
business matters at the live stock
market at the south side.
Charles Boedeker of Murray was
a business visitor in I'lattsmotitn
this afternoon, driving up to look
after some matters at the county
James Hessenflow the rural mail
carrier running out of Cedar Creek,
was a business visitor in this city
for a short time, driving in from
his home wiMi his car.
James Glenn and wife - departed
last cvenhig for Louisville, whore
they are visiting at the home o
their daughter Mrs. Will Owens and
husband for a few days.
Mrs. Goo. B. Kaffcnlergcr of west
of the city accompanied bv a nurse
were passengers to Omaha, takiti
with them Mrs. Kaffenberger's little
babe, which is being treated by
h.rt Barker was a visifor :n
Plattsmouth this morning from h::
homo at Syracuse, and in the .-tfter-nnnn
departed for Omaha, where he
has some business matters ho h
to look after for a short time.
Mrs. Earnest Jeffreys and IUtiC
daughter of Lincoln, fornierlv Miss
Helen WauRh who has not visited
here for years has been visiting in
this city accompanied bv her h:i-
tand. driving down from their
home and spending the Sunday at
the home of her friends Dr. and
Mrs. T. P. Llvn'iigstcn.
Mrs. Mary Wright of Fruitdale
txMitn nakofa. is visiting in tin
city and near Murray with rela-
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u was cauea nere on ac
count of the illness of her brother
J. R. Vallerv. and thia nft prnnnn i n
company with one of his daughters
was a passenger to Omaha, where
she is visiting with her brother.
H. P. Hayes and wife of Modato
who .iave reen visiting in
this city for the past few days and
guests at the homes of A. .Tacks
jonn . and Jesse N. Elliott, de
parted this morn in c; for r'minrii
oiuiis wnere iney will visit at the
home of Will Jacks for a short time
before returning t
Francis Tiehe was a visitor in
this city far tho day a guest of rela-
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uvea nere Having just conic down
rrom Havelock. where he ha3 bcn
visiting at the homo of his par
ents Joseph Tighe and wife, and is
staying for the day at the home of
his uncle Frank K. Sc.hlater and
family. Mr. Tighe is niakintr his
home at this time at New Tavmer
v-l.u.. ,,;,, naving returned from
me service some two months
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onenieia Ave.. Chicago, til
writing your name and add
clearly. You will recei
pacakge containing Foley's
and Tar Compound, for
colds and croup. Fo'ey
Pills and Foley Cathartic
From Monday's Pally.
Johnson the wind-jammer and
fun maker, who was the clown at
the game a week ago yesterday and
who promised to bring a team from
St. Joseph which would trim the
Red Sox 'just about right' accord
ing to what he said, did not ma
terialize and a gpnie was arranged
between the Brown's Tennessee
Rats and the Red Sox, the game be
ing called a little late, with another
line-up in the visitors, which seem
ed with the exception of the pitch
er n little better than the one of the
week before. In the case of the
Red Sox. Madden of Omaha was fe-
cured for ttio pitcher and was
getting nowhere when the panic
looked like breaking to pieces
on the rock. htimpson who was
doing excellent work on 1st bne
was placed in the box with all the
bases filled and three balls to tli
credit of the striker. It did not
look very good we can nssure yru
but felt that Stiinpson could j:ill
tiicm out or tlio diaiema u auyene
could and he did. With the v i 1 1
ors it only required tvr innings to
convince that aggregation that their
first sIecton was not wise and call
ed Dent from fecnnd base, after
there had been accredited to the
homo team seven run;:, thev oniv
making two more in the seven in
nmns which were rTaved after
1 no opening U tho game was
marked by J-nt getting to third
base, while Little followed close
and was on second when their side
With us Peal after having two
strikes, one foul and three halls
got a swipe at the pill, making
hit and landed anfelv on first. Chris
tie was given a walk and. Grado-
ville got a good single and the
bases were filled. Herold was giv
en a walk and Ueal walked in
home. Madden after having gotten
one foul slammed the ball down in
Gradoville came home while Herold
landed on third. Poisall was walk
ed and Stimpson got a good bang
at the tphere and Poisall went to
third, while Stimpwn landed safely
on first and later stole second
Poisall was caught off third and
went out. while McCarthy and
Grassman both grounded and the
inning was over with five runs to
the Red Sox's credit, and it looked
like a runawav came. In the sec
ond inning they added two more
and in the seventh and eighth one
each, making the tally nine for the
With the visitors they picked up
one run in the second, third and
fourth .and again one in the ninth.
making them four. In the fifth in
nlng with Madden who was pilch
ing for the Red Sox it looked like
a catastrophe was about to happen
with Li ttio on third. Carson out
T. Iiell on second and Gibbs on
first and Marshall ft the bat. no
strikes and three balls. Herold the
manager who was verv uneasy held
the ball and called Stimnson from
Jilllliniw iJ ' '
)Ct'I iS3t ilti ti.-lS V JI JiiOrUrSSl tffil&t t M-i 3'. i Tii; "M 111 II' l!l
IALK about smokes, Prince Albert
is geared to a ioyhandout standard
that just lavishes smokehappinrss on
every man game enough to make a bee line for a
tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new !
Get it straight that what you've hankered for in
smokes you'll sure and certain find ap!enty in P. A.
J. nat s because P. A., has the quality!
You can't any more make Prince Albert bite ycur
tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse
drink when he's off the vater! Eite and parch are cut
out by our exclusive patented process !
You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat
the cards and wonder vhy in samhill you didn't nail a
section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care
to remember back I
XJfv Print s Albert everywhere tobacco is sold. Toppv red bn?t.
ttf&s hnidsome pound and half pound tin humidor and
that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge
moist ener top that keep the tobacco in such perfect condition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C.
first, placing Janda in his place.
sending Madden to right field and
warmed Stimpson up with a f.w
passes and the game went on with
Stimpson pulling the team out of
the ugly hoie.
Red Sox i 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
Tenn. Rats0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 4
A BALL GAME FOR
FOR SALE AT THE
M A TJ AliVT? T1T 05P4P CATOTlTV
HAS ARRANGED FOR A GAME
WITH H0L1IES WHITE SOX.
One new Chevrolet 1919 Four
Ninety"', one Overland in excellent
condition, with good tires, one Reo
Four, and one Rr-o Six, both pood.
Also new Reo cars and Reo trucks.
Inquire at Plattsmouth Garage, J.
E. Mason. 23-2vks.
LARGE CONGREGATION AT THE
METHODIST CHURCH SUN
GRAND ARMY WAS PRESENT
Together with Numerous Other Or-
-Meniorial Address by
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children
in Uso or Over 30 Years
ill nurtir c-f
Or. the public highway soqm-i,.
between the Joe Wiles corner "and
the Eight Mile Creek. Finder nlaco
notify Wm. Rummel.
Public Service Corporation
From Monday's Ii-Ily
Yesterday at the Methodist church
with the room decorated with pot
ter plants and numerous flowers of
ither description, together with a
trio of larse American nags, mere
were present at the 11 o'clock scr
vice hour, members of the Grand
Army of the Republic, whose ranks
are rapidly tninning. nnu wnose
membership is no longer very large.
together with members of the Wom
an's Relief Corps and Daughters of
the American Revolution, the Boy
Scouts and the Camp Fire girls, all
of whom were special guests of the
Memorial day services.
Rev. Hunter, who had been asked
by the members of the G. A. K. to
make the Memoriar address, spoke a
little less than thirty minutes to a
house which was well filled and
his audience proved most attentive.
Taken all inall the services were
mot successful, mere Dcmg mani
fested a patriotic desire to be par-
iir-imint to honoring tne memory oi
our departed brethren and to cheer
ilioso who arc yet with us along
The game which Manager Sandin
has arranged for on Decoration day,
Friday of this week, is with a team
which' knows how to play ball, and
in a game which they had a few
weeks since with the Red Sox, were
the winners, the White Sox of
Omaha geting one run to the Red
Sox none, which made it a very
interesting game. The lovers of
the game may expect to fee a very
closely contested game on Friday.
The game may be called a little
later than usual on account' of the
Memorial exercises. Further an
nouncement will be made as to the
hour the game will be called.
The name Dean's Inspires con
fidence Doan's Kidney Pills for
kidney ills. . Doan's Ointment for
skin itching. , Doan's Regulets for
a mild laxative. Sold at all drug
"Wanted: Girl for general house
work, in small family. Must do
plain cooking; good wages. Write
Mrs. T. M. Patterson. PlaffRn.noth
DR. II. C. LEOPOLD
Special Attention lu Di.ra.r. of Wiimra
Kycs Tented and Classes Kitted
Rilious? Feel heavy after din
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up. Doans Regulets for bilious Kitrht Calls Answered After Unnro
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atacks. 30c at all drug stores.
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Instead of giving up and saying
you have "spring fever,"- it is more
sensible to take a good, wholesome
physic. Biliousness, sick headache,
sour stomach. bloating, coated
tongue, all are banished by Foley
Cathartic Tablets. B. B. Haward.
Unadilla. Ga., Writes: "Foley
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Farmers, mechanics, railroaders,
laborers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclec
tic Oil. Fine for cuts, burns, bruis
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