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THURSDAY, ATRIL 6, 1916
PLATTS3I0UTII SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Cedar Creek Department
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J- Jk Ja ll.
Carnival Caps at S. J. Rcanies. j Pete Core spent Saturday in Platts
S. I. Reaves has some fine Easter ! rnouth.
C A. Cover vLiU-d in riattsmouth
A.iam Meisinger was in Louisville
G. P. Meisinger was in Cullom on
IK-r.ry TLierolf went to Omaha on
Ray your oysters at ir1. J. I-eames.
Adam Forniff, sr., went to T'aUs
William Schneider was in I'latts
Walter Schneider drove to I'iatts-nv-uth
ft r.ry Thier&If and wife were shop
; i.g in Omaha Fate: day.
Mrs. Lewi- Myers vent to Omaha
Tue.-dav to visit her sun Jerry.
i :.;.:p toKcr was attends t j i LIcyj Schneider took Walter Hes
se me business :n Piattsmouth Satur-' nfiOW and wife to Murray Sunday in
li-.nry Taierolf aad G. P. Mei ir.g or
drove to I'latt.-mouth Friday after
noon. Mr. Watt, the Woodward candy
rr.ar.. was calling on the merchants
Mrs. Thcmsen received a fine line j
of ladies' trm-med hats Friday, the
A-k Martin L'hncs what he was
d 'ir.fr Sunday morning that he was !
late f'r church.
J-hii Thierolf and Mh-s Eva I.,i.er
vt re married in Piattsrncuth en
Thur.-day, March .".0.
Forest liaughman went to Lorton,
Nti'., Saturday evening to visit his
I rt her over Sunday.
Remember the dar.re Saturday
r ight, April S, and (U n't forget the
h e cream and confectionery at S. J.
Forc-t Kaughmar tol: a load of
.-applies to Louisville for the Wood
worth Gravel company Saturday
Harry K. Iavis of Louisville was
c'-'wr. reading the light meters Sat
urday. Harry is an expensive reader.
tku:rh: every time he reads some one
has to pay.
First Security Bank
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 a.-ist the fanner in feeding and
handling his live t-tock for market
Deposits In This Bank
are protected by the Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the
State of Nebraska, which has reached nearly $1,
000.000.00 It is back of us and protects you!
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W. II. Baughman spent Monday in
Philip Thicrclf spent Saturday in
Dance on April S and ice cream, at
S. J. Reaves'.
Charles Dasher spent Saturday in
For pood, fresh Candy, Fruit and
Xuts, see S. J. Reames.
Rev. Rinchart came dewn and filled
his appointment Sunday.
Farm Loans, Insurance and Real
Estate. See J.- F. Foreman.
When you want some good reading
don't forget Reames, Library.
For the Delta Electric Lanterns see
S. J. Reames. The best out.
Mrs. J. F. Wolff went to Omaha on
Monday for some more millinery
Frances Pace is unloading1 lumber
for the Cedar Creek Lumber company
Ytrla Schneider, Mrs. A. O. Ault
and Mrs. Pv. Stivers drove to Piatts
Georfre Thierolf, accompanied by
n Heebner. drove to Murray Sat-
urday in the auto.
! G. P. Meisinger went to Piatts
mouth Thursday to look after some
business at the court house.
Glen Fackler of Blair, who has been
vidting his grandmother, Mrs. J. J.
Schneider, for the past few weeks, de
parted for home Monday.
PROTECT SCHOOL CHILDREN
Me-lc s. scarlet fever and whooping
eeuga are. prevalent among school
children in nary cities. A common
cold never should be neglected as it
weakens the system so that it is not
in condition to throw off more serious
disea. es. Foley's Honey and Tar is
pleasant to take, acts quickly, contains
ro opiates. Fcr sale everywhere.
If you have anything for sale adver
tise in the Journal.
J. F. FOREMAN,
NEW MILLINERY LINE
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Friday and Saturday, March 31 and
April 1, will be the opening of my
millinery line and I invite you and
your friends to call and inspect it.
Everything new and up to the minute j'
will be shewn in headgear for everv ' i
one, old and young. I have secured
the services of an expert trimmer to
assist in completing my new line and
you will be treated to a rare surprise
when you call and see my stock. The
room directly opposite the new bank
has been secured and put into condi
tion and will be open to the public
every afternoon and Wednesday and
Saturday evenings. I have priced my
line to fit every class of trade arid as
sure you that I will appreciate a call
and you will appreciate my values.
My stock was selected from one of the
largest and most up to date houses in
the middle west for cash and I can of
fer you exceptional values as a result.
Do not be led to think that because
cur town is small you have not the
advantage of a selection as the best
experts in our country originate in the
smaller towns. Yours for business,
MRS. J. F. WOLFF.
S. J. REAMES
-DEALER IN -
Ice Cream and Oysters
The Place for a Lunch
or a Cool Drink
FROM PERU NORMAL.
The state board of education will
meet in Peru April 10.
Miss Frances Tuthill, physical di
oi women, spent
The fht baseball game of the sea
son is scheduled for April 10 and will
be played with Tarkio at Peru.
Students and faculty members were
glad to welcome Dean Rouse, who re
turned Friday very much improved
President Hayes and Professor De
zell attended a meeting of the East
ern Teachers' association in Lincoln
the last of the week.
Professor Gregg attended a similar
meeting of the teachers of western
Nebraska at McCook, where he made
an address Thursday afternoon.
Supt. Campbell of Columbus and
Supt. Walton of Wahoo, who are mem
bers of the board of examiners, were
in Peru on an official visit Friday.
Miss May Pickwell of Murdock has
been elected as a grade teacher for the
coming year in tnj timwooa scnoci.-.
Miss Pickwell is n member of the
class of 191G.
Profesosr Beck went to an Omaha
hospital for treatment last week, and
on Thursday he submitted to quite a
serious operation. However, he is re
The summer school catalogues have
arrived and are ready for distribution.
One of the features of this catalogue
is a panoramic; vr--w u: tumj.j,
the buildings and the students assem
bled on the campus.
On Saturday evening the high
school students gave a reception to
the seniors who have; been teaching in
the high school. The guests are unan
imous in their decision that this is one
of the most pleasant social events ot
the year. The high school students
had done some very effective decorat
ing and proved very able entertainers.
It's only the paper line that will be
found at the Journal office, but this
line will be found complete. Come in
FINE FARM FOR SALE.
1G0 acres, being the S. E. quarter
of Section 9-11-13, located one mile
west and one mile north of Murray,
known as the T. V. Davis farm. Fine
farm and well imporved. Location the
best. Price for a short time at $25,
000.00. Write or call on
News that will be of Interest
in and near Cedar Creek
HLLY I. 7814
Ii'y T. is a sure foal getter, and
can show over fifty colts from last
season's service. He has been in
spected for liH, and found perfectly
sound in every way.
That the Pert-heron Stallion Billie
T.. is recorded hy the Percheron So
ciety of America, and that his rec-
Color and Description:
Su.r; Fight hind foot white.
Foaled March 0th i)10. Bred and
owned by Clyde Hayhurst, Shelby,
SIKE: Brounh. id, 73141, by
Nerveaux, by Picador, by Brutus by
Gcrmanicus, by ALd El Kadcr. ly
Passe Partout, by Comet, by P'rencli
r-io-.arch, by Hdevium, by Valentin,
by Vieux Chasliu, by Coco, by
Mignon, by Jean Le Blanc.
DAM: Nora r.-cl. by Pedro, by
Invincible, by Vol.a.re. by Bril'iaat,
by Coco, by Vieux Chaslin, by Coco,
-y Migncn, by Jean Le Blanc
Dam, Letitia 4th Dam, Black
Nell, by Pravo 1C21; imported 1S8L
5th dam. Bay Tib by Monarch 1701;
imported 18m. Gth Dam, Vance by
Tempest 458; imported 1876. 7uh
Dam. Nellie; imported 1S73.
In witness whereof we have here
unto anixed the seal of the Societv.
Dated at Chicago, Illinois, April 3d
II. E. McWilliams, Pres.
Wayne Dinsmore, Secy.
The Celebrated Jack
Spanish Warrior, 20412
SPANISH WARRIOR is jet black,
mealy nose and belly, was foaled No
vember 17, It'll, and was bred by J.
II. Hardin, at Ninevah, Ind. ; will
weigh at the present time ?"75 pounds,
but when fully matured will make a
l.00-pound jack. He stands 16l2
hands high, and bus an excellent
reputation as a quick performer and
Billy T. and Spanish Warrior will
make the season of 1910 a follows:
Every day in the week at Nehawka.
Phone me at Sheldon's store. If I
am not there leave your name and I
will call you up or call at your place.
TERMS The service fee for both
Filly T. tend Spanish Warrior will be
815 to insure standing colt. Money
becomes due at once if mare is parted
with or leaves the community, and
when so parted with my guarantee
ceases. Care will be taken to prevent
accidents, but I will not be responsi
ble should any occur.
JULIUS RUHMANN, Gwner
RESIDENCE FOR SALE
My residence and three lots on
North Fifth street for sale at a bar
gain, if taken at once. Eight rooms
and bath room. Hot water furnace,
gas and electric light, hot and cold
water and two large rooms in cellar
with cement floors. A modern house
in every respect.
Frame shingle roof garage or laun
dry house on premises.
This house has been recently remod
eled and painted and is in good condi
tion. This is a comfortable home for
some one and only two blocks from
the post office.
Inquire of Allen J. Beeson at court
house or at residence.
ALLEN J. BEESON.
B.-jst thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and fcluggish bow
els. Stops a sick headache almost at
once. Gives a most thorough and sat
isfactory fh Jiing no pain, no nausea.
Keeps your system cleansed, sweet
and wholesome. Ask for Citrolax. For
View the fine line of fancy station
ery at the Journal
We can fill the
From Tuesday's Dally.
Creed Harris, from near Union, wa;
in the city today for a few hours look
ing after some matters of business.
John McNurlin was among the pas
sengers this forning for Omaha, going
to that city on the early Burlington
L. D. Hiatt, the Murray merchant
was a visitor in this city over night
coming up to have some dental worl.
William Rice of near Murray drove
up this morning from his home to at
tend to some trading for a few hourt
with the merchants.
Frank Vallery and W. A. Wheelei
came up last evening from Murray to
attend to some matters of business
and visit with friends.
W. H. Seybert of Cullom was in the
city yesterday for a short time attend
ing to some trading and visiting with
his relatives and friends.
L. J. Mayfield, editor of the Louis
ville Courier, was in the city for a few
hours today looking after some mat
ters with the county commissioners.
C. F. Reihart of Louisville was in
the city yesterday afternoon for a few
hours visiting with his friends and at
tending to some matters of business
A. B. Forncff, wife and daughter
motored in this afternoon from theii
home near Cullom to look after some
matters of trading with the mer
George lies motored in this morn
ing from his home in Eight Mile
Grove precinct to spend a few hour
here looking after some matters of
J. M. Holmes and wife of Murray
were among those going to Omaha
this morning where they will visit for
the dav and look after some matters
Mrs. J. E. Worley and children of
Lincoln .are in the city enjoying a
short visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. V. V. Leonard, the parents of
John II. Busche of near Cedar Creek
came in this morning to attend the
meeting of the board of commissioners
and discuss road work in his district,
Eight Mile Grove precinct.
Frank P. Sheldon, the Nehawka
merchant, was in the city today for a
short time motoring up to attend the
session of the board of county com
missioners at the court house.
Mrs. E. P. Stewart and little son de
parted this morning for Central City
Nebraska, where they will enjoy a
visit at the home of Mrs. Stewart's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cobb.
County Commissioners Heebner of
Nehawka and Snoke of Eagle are here
today attending the meeting of the
county board and assisting in dispos
ing of the business of the county.
Mrs. C. L. Martin and daughter,
Mrs. Ralph M. Wiles, were among
those going to Omaha this morning to
spend a few hours there with Mrs. -Ed
Egenberger at the Clarkson hospital.
John Hiber, jr., of O'Neill, Nebras
ka, came in last evening and visited
over night at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Hibe'r, departing
this morning for his home. Mr. Hiber
is engaged in the jewelry business at
John Doughty, F. P. Sheldon, Au
gust Ost and Robert Willis motored
up this morning from their home at
Nehawka to look after some matters
at the court house and while here Mr.
Doughty called at the Journal office
and renewed his subscription.
From Wednesday's Dally.
Frank Rhoden was m the city yes
terday for a few hours enroute from
Omaha to his home near Murray.
W. H. Puis, the Murray merchant,
was here yesterday for a few hours
looking after some matters of busi
P. A. Horn drove in this afternoon
from his heme near Cedar Creek to
attend to some matters of business
with the merchants.
Ted Jeary and Sam Johnson of
Elmwood were visitors in the city to
day for a short time looking atter
some business matters.
Attorney C. S. Aldrich of Elmwood
was in the city today for a short time
looking after some matters of impor
tance in the county court.
William Deles Dernier, the Elm
wood attorney, was in the city today
for a few hours attending to some le
gal matters at the court house.
Adam Meisinger from near Cedar
Creek was in the city yesterday for a
few hours Ipoking after some matters
of business and calling on friends.
James Hoover of Louisville was a
visitor in the city yesterday with his
friends and attended the meeting of
the beard of county commissioners.
Mayor-elect J. P. Sattler was a vis
itor in Omaha this afternoon for a
few hours to look after some matters
for his undertaking business in this
George S. Smith from near Rock
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Mogul 8-1 6 Saves Its Own Price
In Fuel Bill Reduction
'"pHATS true. A Mogul 8-2G kcR-enc tractor
saves its own price in fuel bill saving, as com
pared with a gasoline tractor.
Until April 1st trie price remain:; at $675 cash
f. o. b. Chicago. Fortunate early purchr.- s cf ma
terial still allow -ou this low figure. After April Izl
the price will be $725, same terms.
At either price the Moul S-1G is by fr th rt eco
nomical tractor because it operates on ch. a', c ::::: :i I.-ro-
sene cr coal oil. Gasoline to
over 100 per cent more than the kerose::e a Mo.rulS-lG
will use. Which is best for you?
You know what asolimr costs you, a:i;l y-:i lir.-.w v.;. at
you pay for kerosene. Figure it cut v- ur n s.wc year
dealer. This is a saving you can't afford to uJ:s.
International Harvester Company of Anei'ic
JOHN F. GORBSFs,
Bluffs (.'rove up thi? mornl::c fiom hi
home and spent a few hours lookir.:
after some trading1 with the mer
Albert Cotr.er and Miss Edr.a Me!-
singer were passengers this moii.ir.crj
for Omaha where they will visit with i
friends and attend to some matters of i
Mrs. L. B. Egenbercer and Mr.-. A. '
II Weckbach were amf-r.gr these groins!
to Omaha this morning: win-re ti.-.-y;
will visit for the dav and look after
some matters vf business j
George T. Meisinger, jr., cam'. in
this morning from home wc.-t uf '
the city to spend a few hours uttv..i'.-j
Ing to some trading with the m-. r- I
chants and to visit with his parents. :
Herman Smith and uncle. T. B. j
Smith and son, Barney Smith, came
p this morning from their heme near j
Nehawka and departed on the r.fter-1
noon Burlington tmin for Omaha to j
visit for a few hours in that citv. j
Hon. W. B. Banninc, candidate for
the democratic norr.Lnaticn for lieu
tenant governor of Nebraska, accorr.- j
panied by Ray Trans, motored up ,
from Union vesterdav afternoon ui-.'i
spent a few hours visiting with their
friends in the county seat.
David Murray, "Will Toiler. John
MeCarroIl, V.'ill McCarrclI and Fred
Clark of the vicinity of Union motor
ed to this city yesterday morning and
spent the day attending to some busi
ness matters and visiting county s?;-.t
friends. Mr. Murray was a pleasant
caller at this office and while here had
his subscription extended for another
Misses Grace Mougey and
Taylor, Messrs. Ray Cross,
Mougey and Vance Karris of
motored to this city yesterday
tend the Sunday school convention.
Ray Cross and Louis Mougey were
pleasant callers at this office, Mr.
Mougey renewing for the Piattsmouth
Journal going to his father, E. J.
Moore's Non-Lcal:able Fountain
Pens for sale at the Journal office.
The cost of Bridge Tolls for Round
Trip using our Commutation Cooki;
Auto and Driver, round Trip 5Cc
Extra Passengers, each, 5c
$10.00 Book, $5.CC
$5.00 Book, 2.50
Commutation Books Good any time
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