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MONDAY, JUNE 16. 1913.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
Sot OntfT.ts lTTU'ijTjHj
Fot Infants nnrl Children.
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II! ArfnSii1Moth8rs Know That
m IWSSgl Genuins G&rtoria.
& ! '. Bears the f $
V- , r,-r
' i risn v.j
t:r t ..,-Ac.rrfrOni ini.4auv
- I I lt.3Ui"W-'V"
isitor in this city for some t inn
with her mother. ;nul after having
assisted in getting the mother to
the hospital for treatment was com
pelled to return to her home at Lin-
Civile Barton was a visitor in
this city this morning from Lincoln
coming from the oilice of the state
treasurer and was looking up the
delinquents in the matter of licenses
for motor vehicles and is finding
many who should have a. license and
who have not complied with the
Walter J. Wonderlich and wife
are visiting in this city for the pres
ent, the guests at ' the home of his"
iister Mrs. C. A. Kosencrans. -Mr.
Wonderlich was a visitor in Omaha
for the afternoon, and will return
to his home at Nehawka on tomor
row ami on Sunday will hold a re
ception for self and wilt. Walter
having only a few days since return
ed from overseas and was united in
marriage with Miss Gladys West,
and will celebrate the returning
welcome and marriage reception at
the same time.
yHo iwm m
Jixjti. . OI VV repp sr. thc ccmu tM. m o citt.
t"im Saturday's 1'iiiiv.
C. K. lii't, v.iio has hi.cn working
at Oilhr.i f.r the past few days, re
turned home this looming.
l"ch ( link, of Culloiii wris a vi:;ito.r
in t!u: city this morning, coming to
look ::ft-r Mome business matters f.r
Walter livers. of near Hock
l.iijiit. was a visitor in Omaha to
iL'y. goiiig up to look after matters
I. II. Schu'.hof was a visitor iu
!.."--:i:-vi:l-' ' r night, where he ha"
wc- klv sine--.-- in tia- i raining -f
tit'1 .-:;v!ii!e hand.
Mr.-. A. I'. !l:i;s was a visitor in
r'n'1 tniouth this afternoon, coming
down from her home at Oreapt lis
to isit with friends.
:i.-t and Walter Mai.er, of nvr
Murray. were visiting in l'latts
jii oiifi to.iay. havit-g driven up ii!
t It ir ear t hi-. i::orii;ng.
Wia. Wnii.i. of Myi:ard. was a
vii-iior in t!i.- -ity l.-.-t i-wiing. liav-i;:-',
t'riv.-n up - i'h i;is auto, to I :k
;;iur ... tra-iing in the i'y.
J. !.. Smith, of .V.'uawk.l, was :i
v: i'or in ihi.- city iVr l:i-;t niI.t
rnd tM.lay. !n i:ig u guest of. hi.3
liroil.'r. W. T. Siiiith and wife.
iK'iiry Jfth;i.-.n and wife of My
r.anl were vi.-itin in I'h'tlrinouth
f.r tin day anl ai.-o leaking after
some trading vith the merchant-:.
Howard Cannon who Is working
in the west end of the county on
the bridges which were washed out,
In our various lines of merchan
dise it is our aim to carry only such
fjoods ad will five our customers
biggest satisfaction and economy.
So with binder twine, we offer
you PLYMOUTH, the world's best
twine, at a price which will insure
satisfaction and an actual saving
came home this afternoon, and is
spending t lie Sunday at home.
Henry J. Miller was a passenger
la. t evening for his home at Alvo.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Frank
S. Hrinkman. wh.- is a sister of Mr:-.
Miller, ami who v. ill visit for somj
time at their home.
Oiiver Harvey. who has been vis
iting in I-h'.coIn and Omaha for the
j.i.-t week, armed home last even
ing and was accompanied by hi:
little niee. Kdith Taylor, who will
viit with tJrandfat her and (Jraud
mothcr C. A. Harvey southwest of
Mynard for a few days.
X. C. Abbott, of Nebraska City,
where he is superintendent of the
state school for the blind, visited iu
this city over last night while en
route to Omaha to look after trans
acting some business matters. Mr.
Abbott was once superintendent of
the I'lattsmoflth schools a number of
years ag y, and renewed numerous old
aei'uaiiitances while here lat night.
A letter from R ilpii Lair, who is
the only one of eight i'lat tsmoiit h
boy, members of the (Jlenwood com
pany of the fatuous Rainbow divi
sion, iii ill remaining in France, tells
of his feeling fine and says he ex
pects to leave for the states some
time within the next couple :f
months. Two of the boys, I-Mward
Ripple and Hugh Kearnes gave up
thir lives on the field of battle,
whilo the remaining five have been
mustered out of the service and re
turned to civil life pursuits.
bpun smooth and even in size
from long, clean fiber. Full length
and strength guaranteed by the
Solid, handsome balls which
won't fall down when partly used.
Wc have a good stock, but sec us
early and place your order so u c can
reserve your tuinc and avoid possible
diappoin tmen t.
USE PLYMOUTH TWINE
WM. ' SGHMI.DTMAN
From Friday's Iaily.
Col. Nat Illicit on of Lal'latte
was a 'visitor in I'lattsmouth this
afternoon, coming to do some little
chores between the trains.
John S. Livingston, of near Green
wood, was a visitor in the cit? to
day, coming down to attend the
funeral of Henry Kikenbary.
Jacob Hild was a visitor in IMatls
mouth last evening, coming from his
home northwest of Murray to l iok
after sonfe matters at the court
William Sporrer and son, of ii'-ar
Murray, were in the city hist even
ing, having driven i:p from their
home with a team to do some trad
ing with the I'lattsmouth merchants.
A. C. Uawls of Hollandviile,
Kuiisa, who has been visiting here
for thc past few days the guest at
the hone of his brother. Attorney
C. A. Rawls departed last evening
for his home in the south.
Charles A. Valhry arrived this
ni'.-rning from his home at St. Jo
senli. Mo., coming to attend the fun
eral of the late Henry K5k nbary,
which occurred, thi.i morning from
hij late home jrouthwq.it of the city.
Otto Ilcrold and family of Oma
ha, arrived in the city this evening,
coming to attend the funeral of thc
sister of Mr. Herold, Mrs. W. It.
Skinner who died here last evening
and whoso, funeral will occur tomor
row. Mrs. B. S. Ramsey and WiLta Mar
garet' Hodgert departed on the noon
train for Omaha, where they go to
vUit with Mrs. Delia Foxwell. a ls-
tfr of Mrs. Ramsey, who has ben
in a hospital for some time past re
ceiving treatment. Mrs. J. SlatteryJ
a daughter of Mrs. Foxwell was a
From T1nir.la vs Pnity.
Harley Wiles was looking after
some business matters in Omaha to
day, going up on the early morning
train this morning.
Lee Thacker and wife were pa
senders to Omulia this morning, at
which place they will spend the day
visiting with friends.
Ceorge W. Rhodeii and son Gaien
were in the city this afternoon,
driving up with a team to look after
seme business for the day.
Will Smith from near- Ruck
muffs was a visitor in this city for
the afternoon driving in to look
after tome matters with the mer
George W. Snyder was a passe! -
ger to Omaha this morning, called
there to look 'after some businc;s
connected with the south tide live
Georg Kreager from west of My-
nard was a visitor in I'lattsmoui h
for the afternoon, driving in with
his team and reports some very bad
places in the road, while in othe
it is very fair.
A. IJ. Fornoff and Fred Ilm-che of
near Cullom were visiting in thi
city today having driven in with
their car. notwithstanding the very
bad roads which prevails on account
of the excessive -rainfall. t
Henry J. Miller, county commis
sioner from the third district, is in
the city today from Alvo. looki.ig
after some business matters con
nected with county affairs.
Attorney C. L. Graves of L'ni.m
wai a visitor in I'lattsmouth thi.;
morning, coming up on the early
train this morning and was looking
after some legal matters at the
court house. . ,
Mrs. Oscar G.-pen and daughter.
Miss Mattie. departed on the early
train this morning for Omaha. at
which place they are spending t ii"
day with friends, and will also look
after some trailing w'.ihe there.
lli'.rlau Johnson who has just re
turned from overseas where he was
a member of the famous 'Sittli divi
sion, has been visiting at the home
of John Hallstroin and this after
neon departed for his home at Hur
on, South Dakota.
Mrs. Charies A. Vallery of St.
Joseph. Mo., arrived in the city this
morning from her home, called on
account of the death of her father
Henry Kikenbary, who passed away
last evening and w bote funeral will
occur on tomorrow afternoon from
the late home.
Mrs. W. G. Ltrook'.;. of Nebraska
City, who is visiting in this city, v.i ,
a passenger to Omaha this inoniiii.;,
being accompanied by Miss Clara
Mae Morgan, and they will spend
the day with friends, being gucs's
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Northcutt and family.
liroy Christensen and wife, togeth
er with their little child, accompan
ied by Mrs. Vincent l'tacek, mother
cf Mrs. Chriitenscn, departed thi-;
morning via the Rurlingion for Si
va nna, Illiri' is, where they will visU
for some time at the home of Mr.
s'ld Mro. George McKay, Mrs. Mc
Kay being a daughter of Mrs.
Tins morning Miss Matilde Val
lery who ha-s been spending some
time in Oklahoma, where the is
traveling as a saleswoman, repre
senting the same house which .Mrs.
A. K. Gas works for. selling finer
dre.sa goods arrived home. Sne was
called home to loop after settlement
or some business pertaining to the
estate of her mother, who recently
For Sale or Trade: Good Schniol
Ier & Mueller piano, new. for cash
or will trade for car in good condi
tion. Call this cHic or c t-
A CHANGE OF
E. G. BROWN TO BE SUCCEEDED
BY J. E. KENNEDY IN
NEW MAN IS FROM SUTTON
Aud Was Here Yesterday Conferring
with Mr. ' Brown'. Who Will
Open Hardware Store.
Friiiii Siitiinlay's I'iiily.
J. K. Kennedy, of Sutton, was ;i
vir.itor in this city esterday con
ferring with L'. (J. lirown, the pres
ent manager . f the Lincoln Tele
phone and Telegraph company here
relative to assuming the duties oi
manager of the company's local plant
in a short time.
Mr. lirown, the prevent manager,
will depart soon for Green wood, at
which place he will enter she hard
ware buim'ts on his ov. n account,
and Mr. Kennedy will succeed him
as. manager here. Wc extend to Mr
Kennedy, the new manager, the best
of wishes and hope he will like the
Relative to Mr. l'rown. who is
soon to leave, we can say that tor
tile, short time v.o have had the
pleasure of knowing him. we have
bet n confirmed in the conviction 1:
is just She right tort of man for thi
posi'i"!!. lie has always acted as a
gentleman in every respect, and has
t.ien a fair man for the company as
will as for the public in g.meral.
MRS, ROBT. TROOP
BREAKS ARM -FRIDAY
While Attempting to Stretch Clothes
Line Fell from Eox Dislocat
ing Uenes of Forearm.
I'runi S.it : nla W ! .i il v.
Yesterday, v hUo attempting to
stretch a ciothes line in the yard.
Mrs. Robert Troop, who was stand
ing on a box in order to reach high
enough id fas-ten the line at the point
desired, sustained a fracture, of the
hones of her forearm that will cause
her considerable pain and no end oT
inconvenience for a few weeks. The
accident was caused by the box giv
ing way. precipitating her to the
ground. Her right band was turn
ed under and the weight of her body
on the member iu this unnatural po
sition caused the fracture, which was
a iMM-'t severe one. A physician was
immediately called and after reduc
ing the fraeture sit the bones back
in plaee. While she is getting along
as well as could be expected, the in
jured 'arm is causing her consider
able suiTering as it will continue to
Jo for some t ime.
Take Advantase of a Plattsmouth
When the back begins to acuc.
Don't wait until backache 'be
Till kidney troubles develop;
'Till urinary troubles destroy
l'rofit by a I'lattsmouth citizen's
Ren Itrcoks. Main St., says: "A
bad cold lert me with A severe at
tack of kidney complaint. I bad
pain in my back and hips and at
times it extended up into my should
er blades. I was laid up for two
weeks. My head ached for hours
and, I was subject to dizzy spells,
during which my sight blurred.
Half a box of I man's Kidney Pills
relieved these troubles and after us
ing two boxes, procured from Ed
ward .Rynott &. Co.'s Drug ""Store, I
regained my health." (Statement
given April 10, HH2).
On' February 22. 101G, Mr. Brooks
taid: "I couldn't speak too highly
of I man's, for it was this old, re
liable medicine that fixed me up in
line shape when I was down with
lumbago. I haven't had an attack
Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Fills the same
that Mr. Hrooks had. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
-i. m 9m
'TT'HERE may be some things that
car be done well in a hurry, but
pickin' a wife an' agein' a tobacco
ain't amongst 'em.
We put away millions of pounds of fine
Kentucky Burley tobacco every year, stored
in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years.
When we take it out it's different Nature
has improved it, good as it was made it
friendlier, more fragrant, cool-smoking,
Nature has given it a delicious quality of
mildness and fragrance that no artificial
means can ever equal.
Its just that extra
touch of friendly good
ness that is building
up VELVET Tobacco
into the favor and good
will of thousands of
pipe smokers who pre
fer to smoke tobacco
cured in Nature's way.
You would notice the
Roll a VELVET
'.VET'S naturm-aged mildneia
amoothnets tnaka it just right
! ri V
1-1 H II VEl
b p a Q p a a g a& pas gt
if . SHi
El 2:w::'-'--'S ii
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IN DISTRICT COURT.
ONE IS ENTERTAINED
At Afternoon Party by Mrs. C. .
Hartford and Mrs. E. A. Wurl
A Delightful Time.
"V7all Pppr, palnta. Glass, picture 4
Framing. Frank Gobe'man
I v i x i i i- -:m-iimv
W. A. R0EERTS0K,
Et of Riley' Hot.-: . 4
Secoad Fl.'.or. 4-
From H;itinilay-s Tally.
This week being the alternate
with the Woman's Auxiliary society.
Mrs. V. 1'. Hartford ami .Mrs. K. A.
Wurl entertained the victorious cir
cle Xo. 1 at the home of Mrs. Hart
ford on Third street. This js the
circle that went over the $100 in
the recent : month's drive for thc
piano fund. Mrs. Hartford was the
The afternoon was warm, a typ
ical June day. The guests found
the spacious porch facing the river
an ideal place to sit. and the beau
tiful outlook over the "Big Mimdy
was far too charming to allow any
one to keep at the busy work, wo
men always carry to such places,
but it was very conducive .to socia
bility. At a suitable' hour, ueiu
ious refreshments were served by
the hostesses. When the call of the
evening duties reminded the home
makers that they would be needed
at home, the crowd reluctantly with
drew from Hie porch party, feeling
th? afternoon had been most pleas
antly spent, and were very appre
fintivp of the thought fulness of Mrs
j ati-u u.nrt ford. Those
III 1 ai"' - -
present were Mesdamcs Kate Minor,
W. J. Streifiht. Geo. Farley. J. T.
Baird.- G. K. Staats. Frank Cloidt.
H. G. Mct'luskey, E. A. Wurl, V. E.
Hartford, Mrs. Florence Baird Jones
being an out of town guest.
Kjo'ii Thursday's Iaily.
This morning in ine qimuu chuh
there was tiled a number of peti
tion's for actions sought, and which
will have hearing later.
John II. Beli r us has tiled, a peti
tion for the quieting of title on cer
tain lands which he owns.
San ford Short filed a petition
asking separation and absolute di
vorce from his wife Myrtle Short,
Mrs. Mamie E. Maston a.ks sep
aration from her husband Geo. F.
.Maston, alleging non support. .Mr.
Maston she alleges is t5 years of
age. ami they have five children,
aged respectfully. 27, 23, .23, l'i
and 11. They were united in mar
riage, October 25th. 1S90.
Frank and John Bacaucek have
brought suit against the city of
Plattsmouth, naming its mayor and
cowiscilnien, asking that certain
.lands which they own be discon
nected from the city of riattsmouth.
as they live two and one-half miles
from the post office, aud have no
advantages of water, elect rie lights
or ofher things which should inure
to property inside a city. That thj
roads are not nor have they receiv
ed any care or work by the city.
WESE ISSUED MAR
I'-rom Saturday's fatly.
Thki morning Clifford V. Trotter
of Nehawka was in the city and
dropped into the oilice of the coun
ty judge, where he seiurcd'a mar
riage license, permitting hiuisHf
and Miss Grace Chappelie to marry.
f Cut This Out and Take It With You.
A man often forgets the exact
name of the article he wishes to
purchase, and as a last resort takes
something else instead. That i?
always disappointing an J unsatis
factory. The safe way is to cut
'his out and take it with you so as
to make sure of getting Chaiu.Ser
lain's Tablets. You will find noth
ing quite so satisfactory for consti
pation and indigestion.
Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion.
"Some time in IDOfr when I bad
an attack of indigestion and every;
thi ug looked gloomy to. me. I re
ceived a free oample of Chamber
lain's Tablets by mail. I Kve them
a trial and they were such a heir
to me that 1 bousM a package, and
I cm truthfully -ay that I have no)
had a tMrailar attack since." writes
Wm. B. Wisler. Pouglassville. Pa.
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