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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 191S.
Cedar Creek Department
If You are Looking for Bar
gains Just Watch Our Store!
We Handle Only the Best Goods on the
Market, and Our Price are Right!
We have just received a shipment of Sunkist Rolled Oats.
These are the Oats that jou get the double Aluminum Cooker,
with every two 25c packages, or five 10c packages, and $1X0 in
cash. You do not need to send your coupons taken frcm the
bjxts away for the Cooker, we carry them in stock.
Come in and let us show you our line of Win
ter Goods that are now at your command.
8UTH N. THOR2PSER!,
General Merchandise, Cedar Creek
See Rtame? for holiday cards.
Mrs. Henry Heil went to Omaha
For Christmas Cards call on S. J.
Gus Seaquist went to Plattsmouth
John Stickler visited in Plattsmouth
The First Security Bank says busi
ness is pood.
Harry Meisinger spent Saturday in
Gus Ke:l visited in Plattsmouth the
first of the week.
C. A. Gauer and son, John, went
to Omaha Monday.
Lloyd Schneider drove to Platts
mouth Saturday night.
For the Delta Electric Lanterns see
S. J. Reames. The best out.
William Schneider went to Platts
mouth Saturday cn business.
Henry Banghman was in Platts
mouth on business Saturday.
Pete Schroder and wife drove to
Plattsmouth Saturday in the Mitchell.
Mr. Whiteman and Tom Fuller, of
Murray, were in Cedar Creek Satur
day. Mr. Harry Davis of Louisville was
in Cedar Creek Tuesday reading the
Miss Dora Meisinger was a pas-
render on No. .14 Saturday for Platts
mouth. Simon Clark and wife cf Platts
mouth departed for their home Fri
day. Miss Gertrude Meisinger and M:S
Elsie Buttery of Plattsmouth went to
Mrs. Arthur Stander and children
of Louisville took dinner at the
Metzger home Friday.
Mrs. Wililam Schneider and daugh
ter, Helen, and son, Oliver, were shop
ping in Omaha Friday.
Georpe Stochr and family, Fete
Schroder and family and August Keii
end family took Thanksgiving supper
at Phillip Stoehi's.
number business at the Cedar Creek
Lumber Co. has been pood this fall
especially in the lines of crib lumber,
the farmers not, having room to store
their corn crop, the are compelled to
enlarge their nibs, and this line of
lumber has been pood most all fall.
We are prepared to care for your needs
for your butchering and invite your in
spection of our line of Butchers.' Knives,
Steels, Saws, Scrapers, Kettles, Forks,
.Twine, Cleavers and White Pine Tubsun
painted on inside. Whole Black Pepper,
Al.spice and a carload of the finest white
flased genuine Michigan Salt you ever
bought, awaiting your orders. Fresh Hog
Stomachs, Hog Casing, Beef Round Cas
ing, Entriles and Beef Middles, all in fine
shape for your butchering. We know
your wants and have prerared for them.
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
Hairy Meisinger spent Wednesday
A. L. Patrick of Omaha came in on
Xo. 3 Friday nipht.
Joseph Foreman went home Wed
nesday to help eat turkey.
John Gauer and Henry Thierolf
went to Eaple Wednesday to the shoot,
Miss Beachel went to Greenwood to
spend Thanksgiving with home folks.
Helen Schneider came home Wed
nesday to eat turkey with home folks.
For Thankspivinp cards see S. J.
Reames. He has a full line of cards.
. Miss Lela Duff came in Wednesday
to eat Thankspivinp dinner with home
Ed Wapner and wife took Thanks
pivinp dinner with Mr. Wagner's
First Security Bank pays 4 per cent
on time certificates for six months and
H. K. Davis and wife drove down
Thursday and took dinner with Lyle
Miss Verla Schneider went to Uadil
!a, Neb., to spend Thankspivinp with
James Hessenflow went to Ralston
to eat Thankspivinp dinner with Wal
ter and family.
Miss Morris went to Uadilla Wed
nesday nipht to eat Thanksgiving din
ner with home folks.
Louis Myers and wife went to Oma
ha Thursday to spend the day with
Jerry Frey and wife.
Mr. Whittaker and family went to
Ashland Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving with home folks.
Miss Elsie Buttery of Plattsmouth
came out Wednesday to spend Thanks
giving with Gertrude Meisinper.
James Hessenflow and George Mad
den were the champions at Tuesday
night's card game, winning six geese.
Mr. Overpaa-d and Mr. Hess and
wife went to Omaha Wednesday in
Mr. Overgaard's car to spend Thanks
giving. John Wolff, Lloyd Schneider, Geo.
Thierolf and Harry Medler went to
Lincoln Thursday to see the wrestling
Rev. Ells of St. Joseph, Missouri
came in Saturday to fill the pulpit
Sunday. He will preach again next
Sunday, December 5. Everybody is
urged to be present.
First Security Ban
CEDAR CREEK, NEBR.
Sound, Conservative and Progressive
THE BANK OF THE PEOPLE
THE BANK BY THE PEOPLE
THE BANK FOR THE PEOPLE
We are anxious to assist the farmer in feeding and
handling his live stock for market
Deposits In This Bank
are protected by the Depositors' CJ uaranty Fund of the
State of Nebraska, which has reached nearly $,
000,000.00 It is back of us and protects you!
W. H. LOHNES,
For good, fresh Candy, Fruit and
Nuts, see S. J. Reames.
Simon Clark and wife of Platts
mouth came out to spend Thanksgiv
ing with friends.
Henry Heebner went to Murray
Wednesday night to spend Thanksgiv
ing with home folks.
Roy Core and family of Louisville
came down to take dinner with Wil
liam Keil Thursday.
Mrs. Mockenhaupt cf Sterling, Neb.,
came in Thursday and spent Thanks
giving at Mrs. J. J. Schneider's.
Miss Bessie Gadway came down
from Louisville Thursday and took
dinner with William Keil and family.
Miss Leona Givens of Omaha came
down from that city to spend Thanks
giving with her cousin, Miss Merna
Mrs. William Seybert and children
came up from Cullom Thursday and
ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs.
G. P. Meisinger's 60th birthday was
Monday, and Georpe looks good for
that age. We all wish him many re
turns of the day.
Charles Rossiter went to Omaha
Wednesday night to visit home folks
over Thanksgiving. Charles says a
turkey looks mighty inviting.
Mr. Davis of Louisville, represent
in the Omaha & Lincoln Light Co.,
was in Cedar Creek Tuesday of this
week looking after some business
Henry Dasher received a fine
turkey Tuesday of this week from his
daughter, residing in the western
part of the state. It arrived a little
late for his Thanksgiving dinner.
Mr. Miller of Papillion came down
from his home this week with three
teams to assist in the work at the new
saw mill. Mr. Obergaard is anxious
for more help in this line.
Remember that next Saturday
nipht there will be another social
dance given at the Sayles Hall in
Cedar Creek. There will be a good
time in store for you, and you are
invited to attend.
F. A. Schafer arrived in Cedar
Creek Tuesday of this week with a
couple of car loads of cattle from the
Schafter Bros., ranch, at Ferguson,
Neb., that will be placed on the old
home place in this locality for the
winter feeding. They will bring a few
cars more in before the winter is
...- . r :
the Joy cf Motoring
Have a convenient place for housing your ear
and making the small repairs.
One of the first requirements cf a complete nraj-e is
the work bench you need a place for the tools and acces
sories. This bench may be built alon-j the side cr in the
rear, according to choice. Of course, you'll arrange for the
windows. Good lighting is first-aid to handy repair work.
A concrete floor provides good drainage and you can
wash the automobile in all kinds of weather.
Euild a garage now. It's a year 'round necessity.
Cedar Creek Lumber Company
News that will be of Interest
in and near Cedar Creek
J. F. FOREMAN.
S. J. REAMES
-DEALER IN -
Ice Cream and Oysters
The Place for a Lunch
or a Cool Drink
Mr. Elliott shipped his cattle Tues
day. James Terryberry went to Omaha
Henry Thierolf spent Monday in
Miss Anna Gauer visited in Platts
Walter Schneider finished shucking
Don't forget the dance at the hall
Mrs. R. Benedict of Louisville spent
Saturday in Cedar Creek.
Miss Mable Meisinper came home to
stay a few days Sunday.
Charles Keil of Cullom visited at
William Keil's Sunday.
Adam Schafer was looking after
seme business matters in Cedar Creek
Tuesday of this week.
LOST Between the bank at Cedar
Creek and church, on Sunday night, a
pold ring with preen set. Anybody
findng same will please leave it at S.
J. Reames or with Miss Gregory.
The C. B. Woodworth Co. closed
down their gravel pit last Saturday
for the winter. There are to be some
extensive improvements made at this
pit during the winter months. Ira
Bates and family who have been here
for the past three months, returned
to their home in Plattsmouth this
week. Mr. Bates has been employed
at this pit since becoming a resident
of Cedar Creek.
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Mis. Hess and Miss Eva Dasher
went to Omaha Tuesday.
Walter Hessenflow was in Cedar
Creek a short time Monday.
Louis Keil and family of Cullom
spent Sunday with Jerry Schroder.
Miss Anna Thierolf came in Satur
day to visit home folks for a few
The Cedar Creek quarry shut down
for a time Tuesday and laid off all
R A. Bates of Plattsmouth was in
Cedar Creek Tuesday looking after
Fred Schafer came in Monday night
with a olad of cattle from their ranch.
Fred is looking fine.
When you are hungry for oysters
see S. J. Reames. Always ready to
serve you with the best.
Don't forget the Box Supper at the
Keil school house, two and one-half
miles east of Cedar Creek, on Decem
ber 11. Everybody come.
The First Security bank of Cedar
Civek lias been appointed as collec
tion agency for the Omaha &. Lincoln
Railway and Light Co, and all con
sumers of light from the above com
pany will find it very convienent to
call at the bank and settle their ac
counts as they become due, where
duly authorized receipts will be is
sued. A. O. Ault and Henry Thierolf were
out in the country last Saturday
roundinp up subscriptions for the
Omaha Daily News, in which contest
Mr. Ault's daughter, Miss Berneese,
is making a great race for the first
place, and winner of the automobile.
Miss Ault is new in a pood position
to win the prize, but of course she
still needs all the help possible from
her friends. One is never safe in a
contest of this sort, but this little
lady is in the race to the finish, and
if her friends and all those that should
be her friends remain with her and
send their renewals to her she will
sure win the auto. Let her have all
the help possible right up to the
Demand for Residences.
Some few weeks ago the Journal
spoke of their being a great demand
for a number of new residences in
Cedar Creek, and by this time we
really expected to see a number of
foundations laid for the erection of
new residences, but up to the present
time not an ounce of such building
material has even been sold. We be
lieve that a number of such residences
in Cedar Creek for rental purposes
would prove a paying investment. We
understand that there are good rent
eis in Cedar Creek right now that
want to make their home here, but
cannot find property for rent. We
learn that there are men connected
with the new saw mill that would
reside here that are row compelled to
travel back and forth from their
homes in Omaha.
A Clean-Up Streak.
Cedar Creek took on a spirit of
genuine cleaning up time Tuesday of
this week, and when we arrived in
the bank on that day we found that
Banker Foreman had started the ball
rolling by putting a shine on the bank
windows that made Sapolio a drug on
the market. This awakened the spirit
in Lou Mevers, the druggist, and
Mayor Roberts, our lumberman, and
when we entered their places of busi
ness we found each and every man
proud as could be over the task he had
finished, and they expected every
bodv to notice the vast improvement
that their few minutes work had
brought upon their places of business.
A Social Gathering.
There was a splendid dinner given
by Mrs. J. J. Schneider at her home
on Thanksgiving day to realtives and
friends, at which they all enjoyed
themselves and did justice to the din
ner served. Those who attended
were: Walter Schneider and family
and William Schneider of Cedar Creek,
Simon Clark and wife of Plattsmouth,
Robert Stivers and family of Cedar
Creek. Mrs. Henry Mockenhaupt of
Sterling, Neb., Harry Medlar of Cedar
Creek, Miss Leona Givens of Omaha.
J. F. Wolff and family, A. O. Ault and
family, James Hessenflow and Grand
ma Wolff, all of Cedar Creek.
The Butchering Bee Is Beginning.
C. J. Meisinger, the boss butcher
of these parts will start the communi
ty butchering ball to rolling about
next Tuesday, which will be good
news to all in this locality that desire
to join in this annual butchering
festival. This is an event that is
looked forward to by all, as usually
there are "some twelve to fifteen fami
lies that take part, and gather at the
home of first one then the other until
the complete round is made, complete-
ng each job on the one day. Those
desiring to join this year will please
notify Mr. Meisinger.
Read the want ads in the Journal.
COMING BACK TO
United Doctors Specialist
will again be at the
Saturday, Dec. 4, 1915
ONE DAY ONLY
HOURS 10 A. M. TO 8 P. M.
Remarkable Success of These Talented
Physicians in the Treatment
of Chronic Diseases.
Offer Their Services Free of Charge
The United Doctors, licensed by the
State of Nebraska for the treatment
of deformities and all nervous and
chronic diseases of men, women ani
children, offer to all who call on this
trip, consultation, examination, ad
vice free, making no charge whatever,
except the actual cost of treatment.
All that is asked in return for these
valuable services is that every person
treated will state the result obtained
to their friends and thus prove to the
sick and afficted in every city and lo
cality that at last treatments have
been discovered that are reasonably
sure and certain in their effect.
These doctors are among America's
leading stomach and nerve specialists
and are experts in the treatment of
chronic diseases and so great and
wonderful have been their results that
in many cases it is hard to find
the dividing line between skill and
Diseases of the stomach, intestines,
liver, blood, skin, nerves, heart, spleen,
kidneys, or bladder, rheumatism, sci-
Jatica, diabetis, bed-wetting, tape
!worm, leg ulcers, weak lungs and those
afflicted with long-standing deep seat
ed, chronic diseases that have baffled
the skill of the family physicians,
should not fail to call. Deafness often
has been cured in sixty days.
According to their svstem no more
perations for appendicitis, gall stones,
tumors, goiter, piles, etc., as these
diseases are treated without operation
or hypodermic injection.
They were among the first in Amer
ica to earn the name of "Bloodless
Surgeons." by doing away with the
knife with blood and with all pain in
the successful treatment of these dan
If you have kidney or bladder trou
bles bring a two ounce bottle of your
urine for chemical analysis and micro
No matter what your ailment may
be, no matter what others may have
told you, no matter what experience
you may have had with other physi
cians, it will be to your advantage to
see them at once. Have it forever set
tied in your mind. If your case is in
curable they will give yoa such advice
as may relieve and stay the disease
! Do not put off this duty you owe your
self or friends or relatives who are
suffering because of your sickness, as
a visit at this time may help you.
Worn-out and run-down men and
women, no matter what your ailment,
consult them. It costs you nothing.
Remember, this free offer is for this
Married ladies come with their hus
bands and minors with their parents
Laboratories, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
C I T R O L A X
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. Ask for
Citrolax. Sold everywhere.
Our lines of Christmas Cards
have arrived, and are now on display
at this office. We believe we have
one of the finest lines of Christmas
Cards that have ever been brought
to Plattsmouth, and while we have
quite a large quanity of them, we
would urge all desiring to select
their cards from this line to call
early, especially those purchasing in
quanity lots, before the lines is
broken. This line comprises many
important designs, all steel die and
engraved, ranging in price from 5c
to 15, and some that are cheaper.
Remember, we carry the Dennison
line of stickers and seals, place cards
and novelties, crepe paper and
napkins. We are the paper supply
house. If its in the paper line see
us. The Journal Office.
Miss Kate Sidenstriker was among
the Omaha passengers this afternoon,
where she will visit for a few days
ALVO NEWS ITEMS
John Eidman went to Lincoln Wed
nesday. Miss Blanche Moore visited friend -i
in Lincoln from Friday till Sunday.
For easy job painting of all kinds
call or write Fred Kear. 'Phone -" B.
Mr. and Mrs. William Casey vi.-it-ed
over Sunday in Omaha with rela
tives. Mrs. Iso'.a Kennedy spent Thanks
giving with her parents in University
W. M. Kear sold his meat market
to Fred Clarke and son, who took pos
session las week.
Mrs. D. O. Vincent went to Lincoln
Sunday to visit relatives. She retun.
ed Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stutheit of Lin
coln spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Moore.
Mrs. Charles Bucknell and daughter,
Miss Grace, were passengers to Lin
coln Wednesday on No. 13.
Dr. Paul Thuresson returned Thurs
day from Chicago, Illinois, to spend
Thanksgiving with his family.
Mrs. W. L. Folden of Beatrice visit
ed from Thursday till Saturday with
her daughter, Mrs. Castle Shaffer.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Ktuhn and chil
dren spent Thanksgiving day with Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Parsell and children.
Elton Snoke and family, frcm near
Eagle, vii-ited a few hours Sunday af
ternoon with his sister, Mrs. Sam
Mr. and Mrs. Castle Shaffer s-pent
Thanksgiving in Lincoln with Mrs.
Shaffer's brother, James Hammond
The Misses Madeline Phillips and
Lillie Wagensen of Ruskin, Neb., vis
ited Saturday and Sunday with Miss
Mr. and Mrs. I'aul Johnson left
Monday evening for a visit with M;s.
Johnson's brother, Mr. Simonson and
family, at Guyman, Oklahoma.
Vernon Cochran of Hal lam, Fred
Prouty and family, Charles Ingwerson
and family and Morris Cashner ate
Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Rathburn.
Andrew Sutton was pleasantly sur
prised Monday evening when his chil
dren gathered at his home to cele
brate his seventy-third birthday, and
the delicious birthday dinner was en
joyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman, ft.,
and all of their chidren and grand
children ate Thanksgiving dinner with
their daughter, Mrs. L. E. Bobbitt and
family, at Lincoln. There were twenty-two
in all at the family reunion.
J. A. Shaffer received a letter from
Charles Snavely at Shell Lake, Wis.,
stating that he had killed his first
deer on Thanksgiving day. and later
received a picture of it and Mr. an 1
Mrs. Sravely, who appear to be en
joying Wisconsin life.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayers have
moved tack onto their farm, northeast
of town, after farming two years in
Minnesota. One year at Morris and
one at Hancock was enough for Char
ley and he says he is very glad to be
back in good old Nebraska.
The St. Mary's Guild will hold their
rnnual bazaar on Friday and Satur
day, December 10th and 11th. The
finest Christmas goods will be offered
If yoa are a lover of basket ball be
sure and attend the game Friday eve
ning between Plattsmouth and Belle
vu. What to Give
You can solve this
problem by looking ov
er our new and care
fully selected Christ
V i c t r o 1 a concerts
every afternoon 2:30 to
4:30. Come in and hear
your favorite record.
Do Your Shopping
J. W. CRABILL
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