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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY. JUNE ti. 1010.
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From Turs.lay.'s Dally.
-Mrs. Mike Tritscl; who has been
visiting at the home of relatives at
Cedar Creek returned home this
Frank Schleistemeier from be
tween -Murray and Xehawka. was
tran .act ins; business in Plattsmouth
Henry Sanders arrived in the city
this morning frcm Cedar Vreek. and
i looking alter some business in
the city for the day.
Harry Long of South Rend was
looking after some matters at the
court house this morning and visit
ing with hi many friends.
Edward Schulhof who has been
looking after some business matters
i'i Louisville for a short time re
turned home this morning.
Henry and George Theirolf were
visiting in this cify today from
their home at Cedar Creek and wre
looking alter sonic business.
C. E. 1 1 i 1 1 who lias been working
at Ctillom. was a visitor in Platts
nicuth for a few hours today, get
ting supplies for his work there.
Commissioner C. F. Harris or
r.enr I'nion was a visitor in this
city this morning, coming to meet
with the board of eoiinty commis
sioners. A. A. Wetteneamp of west of
Mynard wa a visitor in this city
last evening and was looking after
tome business matters for a short
Will Heniiings and wife were in
this eity for the day. coming from
the'r fcome at Cedar Creek on the
IJurlingfon to pee about some busi
ness in the city.
J. (I. Meisingcr of near Cedar
Crek was a visitor in this city for
the day. coming down on the Schuy
ler train to loolC after some matters
j at the court house.
county commissioner nenry J.
Miller waa a visitor in this city
this afternoon, coming over from
his home at Alvo to look after some
business for the county.
George Lloyd of near Xeliawka
was looking after some business
matters in the city for a few hours
la?t evening having driven up in
his err during the afternoon.
A letter from Samuel Rhoeten
who has just returned from over
seas and was at Camp t'plon. New
York, states that he will be dis
charged in the near future.
E. B. Chapman of near Union
was a Visitor in this city for a short
time today, coming up on the early
train of the Missouri Pacific to look
after some business at the court
Matt McQuinn of near Union was
a visitor in this city for the day.
coming up on the early train to
look after some business matters
and alo some business at the court
August Kroehlt-r of near Mauley
was a visitor in this city for a short
time this morning, coming to look
after some business at the court
house and to meet with the board
of county commissioners.
Major Arries who has been visit
ing for some time at Fremont and
other places in Dodge county with
former friends and relatives. re
turned home yesterday morning,
after having had an excellent time
W. F. Eau and wife of near Man
ley are visiting In Plattsmouth for
a short time, coming down last
evening and being the guests at the
home of county commissioner Jul
ius Pitz who live in the southwest
part of the city.
Rev. T. A. Truscott formerly
pastor of the Methodist church in
this city but at this time being resi-
Send Us Your Old Carpets
We'll Return You the Fin
est Fluff Rug You Ever Saw.
No Other Rugs or Process
of Making Can Com
The Deen Special.
Process Fluff Rugs
Over 10,000 satisfied customers.
25 years experience at the old
stand. Write to The Deen Loom
Co., Harlan, Iowa, for circulars
and shipping tags.
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j e manuiaciure i-mims ana uug jiaenmery .ior omer weavers, iior
I machines are in use all over the U. S. and Canada. Every rug we make
is an advertisement for the efficiency f our machines'. Yon cannot go
wronff in sending us your old carpets, rugs, etc . Wc use anything that
will make a good fluff rug. Also make Colonials (rag rugs) and rag
I carpet. Consult Dun's or Brads treet' commercial reports and send us
The Deen Loom Company
(Cat thi address out and tare it before yot ly thU paper down.) J
dent pastor of the church at Syra
cuse, arrived in the city last even
ing and was a visitor for over night
with friends here, and this morn
ing departed for Omaha, and will
go from there to Sioux City, Iowa,
where he will visit with his son
who Is the pastor' at that place.
ti- nnzn-iin who has been the
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nrofessor of manual training in the
schools of Holyoke. Colorado, arrived
here last evening and is visiting at
the home of his parents C. C. Des
na in and wife. Professor Despain
will not return to Holyoke for the
coming year, as they have a dormi-
eveto in t li fro W hich is not
meeting with the approval of the
From Monrtay'8 IhI1v.
Mrs. Mary Petersen departed this
afternoon for Rellevue where she
will make-her home in the future.
Ren Sneck was a visitor in this
city from near Murray this morn
ing and was looking after some
business matters for the day.
G. V. Cheney of Union, one of
the assessors was a visitor in this
city this morning having some mat
ters to look after at the court house.
T. V. S. Rehtneier of Weeping
Water was a visitor in this city this
afternoon, coming to look after some
business matters in the district
George Wail of Lal'latte was a
visitor in Plattsmoutli for the morn
ing and returned to his work on
the early afternoon train ' of the
Fred Olderhausen Jr., was a visit
or in this city this morning from
his home near Cedar Creek and was
looking after some business matters
for a short time.
Henry F. Kropp the assessor for
Xehawka precinct, was a visitor in
this city this morning, coming to
I make his report, and confer with
countv assessor Geo. I.. Farley.
Geo. McDanield who has been
home for the past few days, look
ing after some business matters
here, departed this afternoon for
Chadron, where lie returns Jo his
W. F. Keckler of Mauley was a
visitor in this citv for a short time
this afternoon, coming to act as a
witness in the examination of T.
Harms in obtaining his final papers
G rover Parriott of northwest ol
the citv. was a recent visitor at
jPeru. where he was a guest at the
home of his brother, Kd Parriott.
who is. well' known here. Grover re
porrs his brother as being in very
Joseph Winkler and wife of
Rurke. South Dakota. who have
beetr visiting here for the past few
I days, being guests of J. W. Riack
land wife and John Micin ami wife
departed on the early afternoon
tra:n for their home in (he nr.rth
Frank Valiery of Murray visited
in this city this morning, and aNo
was locking after some business
matter::, departing on the after
noon train for the west for "a fw
days, and while in Omaha stopped
to see his uncle J. U. Vallerv who
is at the hospital.
Dan I.ynn of Union was a visitor
in I'lrt tMnoiii h t liN morning for a
'short time coming up on the Mis
souri Pacific and after having look
ed after some matters at the court
House returned home with J. M.
Patterson who was also in the city
looking after some business.
Mtes Htelle C. Agans. a nt:r?
who has been serving with the Red
Cross in France, arrived in New York
last Friday on the Sixonia. Mi
Agans went from her honie in Weep
ing Water several months ago and
has served faithfully, returning now
after having done what she could
for her country and humanity:
Nebraska's Greatest Farm to Be Sold
35 Miles From Omaha 20 Miles From Lincoln
4320 ACRES HIGHLY CULTIVATED
19 SETS OF IMPROVEMENTS
What is known as the Fitzgerald farms at (Jreonwood, Xcbr., for many years owned by
the ISoston Investment Co., of which Charles E. Perkins, president of the Hiirlington Jinilroud,
is president, will he Hosod out. THIS WOXDEJJFUL TKACT is rated THE BEST LAJUiE
Tli ACT OP EAKM LAND CNDEIi ONE. OWNEKSIIIP IX XEI5KASKA.
Tli ere are 127 quaiter-sertions of fertile bnd under a high state of cultivation, with 1!
sets of improvements distributed with -special reference to the best division of the property.
These farms, all in one body, are located in the northeast corner of Lancaster County, extend
ing over the line into Cass Countv. lis southeastern corner is within ONE MILE OF OIJEEX
WOOI) I5ETWEEX OMAHA AND LINCOLN. ON THE .MAIN LINE OF THE BUKLINO
TOX, AXI) THE O. L. D. TRANSCONTINENTAL HIGHWAY.
M John Fitzgerald, who built most of the Burlington from Omaha to Lin
coln, picked this land as the choicest selection along the Burlington road. He operated it as a
stock farm, feeding and growing large numbers of cattle and horses. At his death some years
ago the property was purchased by the Boston Investment Co.
Wc. have gone over the entire property very carefully, have consulted many of the resi
dents n the community, and have had land examiners outside of our. company go over it in
order to arrive at the proper value. In every instance OUR PBICES ARE BELOW the esti
mates of our advisoi s. We did Ibis in older to effect a quick sale. These prices range from a mini
mum of $200 to a maximum of sf27o per acre, the latter on a limited acreage. The property is
offered in tracts ranging from 80 to ("40 acres.
This is a wonderful property, gentlv rolling; with fertile, black, loamy soil, ideally located
with reference to transportation and market. Koads run on the section lines, all graded and
Parties will be met by appointment, if desired, at the First National Bank at Green-
wood or will be taken bv auto from Lincoln.
WRITE OR VIRE US FOR APPOINTMENT
THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
The Whole Tract Will Sell Quickly First Come, First Served There Is No Better Land or
Better Location Anywhere to be Had
PRICES ARE BELOW ACTUAL VALUE
132 South 13th Street
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From Wednesday's tiatly.
George Reynolds, of nuir Rock
Muffs, was a business visitor in
the city this morning.
Henry Creamer and Oten Perrv
both from near Murray were look
ing after some business matters in
John Rash'man jr., from vest of
Mynard was doing some trading in
tho eity this afternoon, having driv
en in with a team.
Frank Ulatzer ' from north we.st of
the city was called to Omaha this
morning where he is looking after
some business matters.
V'al Gobelman. of near Union'.
was a visitor in tl7e city this morn
ing, coming to look aft'rr some busi
ness matters for the day.
Will Smith from Rock Rluffs was
a visitor In th eity this morning.
cmoing to transact some business
with the city merchants.
W. A. Heil from east of Mvnard
w calleji to the city this after
noon whr h is looking after
Fom buslne.'.-s matters for a short
John S. Livingstou. from the west
end of the county was a visitor in
the city this morning, coming to.
look after some business matters at
the court house and also to visit
with relatives arid friends here.
Philip Meisingcr was a visitor in
Omaha for the afternoon, where he
was called to look after some busi
ness matters from his home near
Col. W. R. Young the auctioneer
from near Murray was a visitor in
Plattsmoutli for a short time this
afternoon where he was called to
look after foinc business.
Watson I-ong and son from west
nf Mynard were visiting in the city
this afternoon, coming to do some
trading and to look after some mat
ters at the county seat.
W. I. Wheeler anil son Percy of
eart of Murray were looking after
some business matters in this city
for a . few hours this afternoon
having driven up with a team.
P.usinews of a legal nature called
attorney C n. Graves from his home
at. Union to this place, where he
is interested in some matters at the
court house for the morning.
Mrs. Fred Jono3 of Ruskin arriv
ed last, evrning from hr home in
the southwest, and is visiting at the
borne of her mother Mrs. J. T. Haird,
as well as with her sisters. Miss
Kstella Raird and Mrs. Geo. L. Far-
Miss Gladys Hall who has been
teaching the srhool west of Mynard
and which chmed a short time since
departed - yesterday morning for
Peru, where she takes up a course
in the summer schools for teachers
furnished by the State Normal at
.Captain Harrison h". Gayer was In
city this morning from his home
near Rock Rluffs, doing some buy
ing of material and hardware for
the new home they are erecting at
this time. He arranged to have tLe
Journal make regular visits to their
new home. We are pleased to wel
come this excellent family as clti-J
zens of the county and to this vicin
ity as well.
REMEMBERED THEIR MEMBER.
From Wednesday's Pally.
The E. T. C. club which is a social-business
institution and con
duct their business at their social
functions, their lines being embroid
ering, tatting and crocheting, held
a very delightful meeting last Mon
day evening at the home of their
member Mrs. J. C. Petersen jr., at
which Mrs. Ed Storm was the guest
of Jionor. the occasion being the
tendering of this lady a reception
prior to her departure for new home
at Lincoln, where she is soon to
move. A very beautiful and desir
able remembrance was given this
lady at the meeting which all en
joyed. Eats, certainly they had an
excellent, luncheon, which was en
joyed by all. .
HE WOULD CALL HER "MIKE.
From Wednfsrtn y's Hatly.
Judge M. Archer is in receipt of
a letter, from his granddaughter
Mrs. Orren McN'urlin. in the western
part of the state, in which she tell?
of there being left at her home the
sweetest little daughter by the stork
on May 7th. This is a great grand
daughter of Judge Archer and when
asked what is the name of the little
miss, he said. "I do not know, but
I think thev should call her 'Mike'
in honor of her great grand-father. '
"Wanted: Girl for general house
work, in small family. Must no
plain cooking; good wages, unie
Mrs. T. M. Patterson. Plattsmouth.
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