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THIRSDAY, MAY 4, 101G.
PLATTSMOUTH EVENING JOURNAL.
edar Creek Department
News that will be of Interest
in and near Cedar Creek
I GaH and See Us for Anything
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and at the RBGHT Price
The "Old Reliable" Firm Alwaysonthe Job!
LFF a AUL1
CEDAR CREEK, NEBRASKA
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 assist the farmer in feeding and
handling his live stock for market
Deposits In This Bank
are protected by the Depositors' Guaranty Fund of the
State of Nebraska, which lias reached nearly $1,
000,000.00 It is back of us and protects you!
J. F. FOREMAN,
Carnival Caps at S. J. Reames'.
Philip S:eher was in Cullom Thuvs-
L .te Likewise went to tho city on- !
John Thieiolf was in Plattsmouth
Adam ForrcfT was in Plattsm-'.uth
Philip Fo:n:T was at Plattsmouth
Mrs. J. F. Vv'c'T v.-.-r.t to Omaha on
Clai-er.ce Bust-he ."-pent Saturday in
Buy your oysters at S. J. Reames.
Fee Wolff Ault'? new line of
Hc-ary hu-rtrias. 4-20-tfwkiy
If j'ou have anything for sale adver
tise in the Journal.
P. II. Robert-, and wife dro-e to!
. -mouth Sunday.
Je;ry Schroedcr and son George
rj c it Monday in Omaha.
For pood, fre.-h Candy, Fruit and
Nuts, see S. J. Reames.
For the Delta Electric Lanterns see
S. J. Reames. The best out.
Farm Loans, Insurance and Real
Estate. See J. F. Foreman.
Fete Core and Hans Franke were
j hopping in Omaha Saturday.
"When you want some good reading
d"n't forget Reames, Library.
Will Polman of Nebraska City vis
ited Andre J Saunders Friday.
William Schneider and family dined
r.l Wsdter Ile-ennow's Sunday.
"Mart Williams of Louisville was in
Cedar Cre?k for a ft v. hours Sunday.
Mrs. Whittakor went to Ashland on
Wednesday evti ."::;: to visit for a few
J. M. Roberts came out Friday and
spent the day with his ton, P. H. Reb
John Kaufenburger and wife and
Mis Helen Horn spent Frida;.' in
Rev. Reinhart of Omaha came in
Saturday evenin:r and preached here
Jake Frey of Burr, Nebraska, came
in Tuesday to visit his mother, Mrs.
1. 1 is Meyers.
First Securitj' Bank pays 4 per cent
cr time certificates for six months
and one year.
Roy Wilson and wife of Omaha
came in Friday evening to visit over
Sunday with fiiends.
Hairy K. David came down from
Louisville Monday morning- and read
ir.eie:s for the light company.
Wendel Heil drove in Wednesday
morning from his farm east of town
ar.d boarded the train for Omaha.
Walter Schneider and mother, Mrs.
J. J. Schneider, and Mrs. William
Schneider drove to Omaha Friday.
Chris Overpaid drove to Omaha on
Saturday evening, via Plattsmouth,
Henry Heebner accompanying him as
far as Plattsmouth.
Lloyd Schneider, Irvin and Gertrude
Meisinrer, Verla and Helen Scheider,
Miss Berchel and Miss Morrison drove
to Greenwood Friday to the dance.
LIVE STOCK PRICES
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Beef Supply Moderate; Marks!
Slow But Steady
m HOG RECEIPTS--5C LOWER
4 4 4 4 4 4
' i i
FIVE ZEPPELINS RAID
COAST OF ENGLAND
No Damn sre is Reported. However
Gorman and Russian Aviators
Also Active in the East.
London. May !. Five German avia
tors Tuesday night attacked the
northeast coast of England and the
southeast coast of Scotland. The of
ficial announcement raid a few large
bombs were dropped in Yorkshire,
but gave no details regarding damage.
A German attack against the Bel
gians north of 'Dixmude was the only
infantry engagement reported on the
w-.stern front. Only artillery activ
ity occurred on this front.
An attemptei German offensive
against the Russians at Riga failed.
German aviators bombarded the
Rusrian pos ition? on the Gulf of Riga,
and Russian aircraft attacked the
Go; man naval base at Windau Cour-
Ncrr.inal Lamb Supply Market Lively
With Steady to Fifteen-Cer.t Ad
vance in Prices.
Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
Neb., May 4th, 191G. Receipts of cat
tle were moderate, but lTo loads, or
about 4.2(H) head being on Wednes
days market. In all essential respects
fat cattle market was much the same tending school at the stats farm in
as on Monday and Tuesday, the rath- J Lincoln for several months, has re-
er light run ha ins a little stimulatins; turned home. He will now settle
Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Pol-
ous, a baby boy. Tuesday.
A bouncing baby girl arrived at the
R. Ketlehut home Saturday evening.
Mother and daughter doing nicely.
Frank Schlichtomeier returned
home from the Prsnbyterian hospital
in Omaha Sunday greatly improved in
C. W. Store and wife of Elmwood
came to Nehawka Saturday evening
to attend the home talent play and
visit at the D. C. West home.
Merritt Pollard, who had been at-
infiuence on the demand. Light han-
down to farm life again.
dv-weiaht steers were boueht ud at
r -i . i - ; f i W A successful operation lor g
ffi9.30. Cow stuff was extremely 'vlu-'! P"i--u lu's
Ihson and Dermody upon .Mrs. ueo.
light, finding a ready sale at 17c si
fuVly steady to stronger prices, good
Reynolds last week at the St. Joseph
Come to The Journal for fine stationery.
to choice heifery stock going at frcr.i . hospital in Omaha. She i. reported to
$7.50 S."5 and on up. Tone to the ! Le retting along nicely.
market was very strong and good tjj ist Saturday evening after the
choice grades of all weights weio ' py a number of La?9 ball fans met
quoted at $S.10S.S0 and even higher.!. , ,
' . ... in the basement of the auditorium
Quotations on cattle: Prime yc-ar- . .
lings. $9.259.50; prime beeves, ?9.1: to orgamze for the coming year. Ben
5 :t.L'o; good to choice beeves, SS.Suf ! Qu was elected manager and will
O.OU; fair to good beeves, $S.t;ofi S.StJ ; ' havo entire charge of the team.
commcn to fair beeves, $7.738.0: J Ivan Balfour, who lives south of
good to choice heifers, $7,530 j town, made quite a catch Monday
8.50; good to choice cows. $7.25S.0J; ; whcn he killed a mother wolf and her
iair to goou cowa. .ouy ,..,, car.- n;ne pups Xhis ig something out of
ners anu cuners, o.oty o.o; vtrui
I -Vi ftreliniv Kilt Tun n ic nnt rf
calves. $0.(01i 11.00; bulls, stags, etc..'". " V -G.ooraS.OO;
good to choice I(Mjders, as far as the reward goes, as we un
$S.10QS.SO; good to clioice stock, r ; j uersland this county pays no bounty.
$S.0()8.5O; fair to good feeders.
S.l.'0; common to fair feeders. $G.7j
?r50; stock heifers, $7.25S.2r;
stock cows, G. 50 7.75; stock calve.;,
Receipts of hogs but fair, 154 load:;,
or 3 0,500 head being received. Ship
ping demand broader than Tuesday,
but on early rounds packers were ir
clined'to make purchases at a dinu
lower plane. However, by persist
ency on part of sellers, the market
o c fi ti 1 1 1 xr lTrn o-li f in fnll cu-av a f '
not mud. under a nickel decline. Een- ! Iowc' 13 visiting at the H. K. Frantz
Ed Peterson is seriously ill with
Miss Lucile Mittetal of Des Moines,
erally, the bulk of sales being inada
at $9.409.50, with tl:e top at $9.G).
The sheep and lamb receipts we.ro
extremely light Wednesday, but nine
teen cars, or about 4,500 head putting
in an appearance. Some shearing
lambs were purchased early in thj
day at $11.00, which cut down th ?
packers' available supply. On wooled
lambs it was never anything but a
good, steady trade, several bunches
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Den
ton, Nebraska, spont Tuesday and
Wednesday forenoon at the Guy
Adams home, southeast of Eagle.
Eli Bogenrief, who resides on a
farm two miles east of Eagle, reports
the arrival of a twelve pound son at
his home Friday, April 21.
Peter Christopher and daughters,
I have opened up my Ice Cre"am
Tarlor and invite all who enjoy toirie
thing fine in the way of Ice Cream to
call and see what we .re serving rut
o satisfy the hunfrr t th- v. -ay of
Harding Ice Cream
S. J. Reamer Cedar Creek.
I SHOES for KEKg
5$ Practical Styles for :$j$t
S the Practial Man!
;:) For everyday wear you jvi-:?
eel i be need of a she
:(. -vhich, while supreaiel.v
?o'Lifortab!e. is correct ir ::
A; -tvle and pleasing in ap r-SS-i
::j pearance. jii?;
You' find exactly what
vow wih in our line of Hal
r.n Shoes-Sr 00 to$l K :-iy
Ji et us j-bow them to you. ::
Comfortable plus St pie.
nult-plyed bi Wear, thafl V&jg:
Ulvtons. Try them: gg
1 Felzsr Shoe CompEnyB
of good handy Mexicans gelling el i Elizabeth, Margaret, Edna and Grace,
$11. CO. Good heavy Westerns brought j of Lincoln, spent Sunday at the Wil
$11.25. Good C4-pound Wfstcia Ham Christopherson home,
clipped lambs brought $9.C5. j Irs. Winings, who has been receiv-
Quotations on sheep and lambs::. jng medical treatment at the Metho
Lambs, good to choice handy, $il.453 . dist hospital in Omaha for the past
11...0; lambs, fair to good handy $11.2 : d hag returned home
Tx 11.45; lambs, fair 'to choice, heuvj-f .
510.00011.25; lambs, clipped, handy, i daughter arrived at the home of
$9.00fcr9.G5; lambs, clipped, hfavy.i Mr- and Mrs- Fred Lc,dl-- who reside
$8.59.25; yearlings, fair to choice, : northwest of town, Thursday after
light, $9.2510.50; yearlings, fair tc noon, April 27. Mother and little one
choice, heavy, $8.509.25; wetherr, are reported to be getting along very
fair to choice, $8.259.40; ewes, gocd nicely.
to choice, $8,506x9.10; ewes, fair tof Henry Rettef departed for a two
Pa ewes, enppea, .tu ( weeks visit at the homss of Earl stall
V" ' " I 1 il TIXL. T 1 T,.J
aim nruiur iiiuus 1:1 uruwu unu uuju
counties. Mrs. II. L. Swanson and
of Murray were passengers this after- , wniam Mft g4 of
noon for Omaha where they will visit . colot. nf Vcttrin ,1;1(1 t
Fred Schafer and wife from west
their deaughter at the hospital.
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ella
Gettess, at Atkinson, Holt county, Ne
braska, Friday, April 21. His body
i was brought to Eagle, services being
Mrs. Julius A. Pitz was among the
Omaha passengers this morning to
r-pend the day there looking after mat- hed at fte M E church conducted
.crs of business and visiting friends. iU t, T -r rx..:
TO BE TO THE
POINT IN TERMS
No Rcom For Doubt When Answer
Finally Comes, the Press Is
Draft Finished But Still Subject to
Changes; Delivery Date Is Not
Berlin, May 4 (Wireless to the As
sociated Press Via Sayville, L. I.)
The draft of tho German reply to the
American note has been finished. The
leply is subject to minor alterations
which may result from interchanges
of views between Berlin and general
The attitude of Germany will be
stated in clear and precise terms. The
note will leave no room for doubt con
cerning the exact position assumed by
Germany, which will communicate the
definite nature of instructions that
will be given to submarine command
ers and other data on which Wash
ington itself can judge the situation.
The Associated Press is permitted
to make these statements, although
the censorship on dispatches tending
to reveal the tenor of the German re
ply is still effective. The date of de
livery of the answer has not yet been
News to Washington.
Washington, May 4. The announce
ment from Berlin that new and defi
nite instructions are to be given the
German submarine commanders, is
the first positive indication of how
Germany will attempt to meet Pres
ident Wilsons final demand that she
declare and effect an abandonment of
the present methods of submarine
Whether the new instructions will
meet the terms of the last American
note and thus prevent a break in dip
lomatic relations can only be deter
mined by a close and a careful exami
nation. President Wilson is represented by
those closest about him as unshaken
in his determination that the issuo is
not negotiable; that, a settlement can
not be delayed by discussion of side
issues such as the British blockade
and retaliatory measures; that the
controversy between the countries can
proceed further in diplomacy only if
Which Do You Prefer?
It is important for reasons of health and
practical economy for every housekeeper
to ask herself this question:
" Do I prefer a pure baking powder like
Royal, made of cream of tartar derived from
grapes, or am I willing to use a baking
powder made of alum or phosphate, both
derived from mineral sources ? "
The names of the ingredients printed
on the label show whether the kind you
are now using or any brand, new or oldy
thai may be offered is a genuine cream
of tartar powder, or merely a phosphate
or alum compound.
Royal Baking Powder contains no alum
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
GermanjTeff ectually stops destruction
of ships without warning and takes
measures to bring her submarine op
erations otherwise within the con
fines of international law.
With a declaration that such orders
hav-3 been given and evidence that
they will "be carried out in good faith,
the president is willing to discuss the
conduct of submarine warfare, but
only upon that basin.
The news that new instructions to
submarine commanders will be an
nounced served to encourage hope of
a favorable outcome of the long dis
pute, but all comment is being re
served until the newest German com
munication can be thoroughly considered.
Nelson Jean and II. E. Weideman
were among those going to Omaha
this afternoon to spend a few hours
there looking after matters of business.
Office supplies at the Journal office.
W. A. ROBERTSON,
East of Riley HoteL
Gold Rolled Disc
die DAN I EL'S
3rd and Pearl St., Plattsmouth
Bring in your Discs and have them
rolled. Don't have them cut away
when you can have them rolled at the
Why White Pine
People frequently talk to us about the good old WPITE PINE lum
ber they used to get. It didn't have the faults of the lumber they
buy to-day. So they tell us.
There is a good deal in that. We admit it. But the idea that good
old WHITE PINE is .a thing of the past is wrong.
The reason why discriminating bu'ers prefer
is that it stands exposure better than any other wood. Weather
extremes don't affet it.
It is the easiest wood to work with saves laber and time and in
sures workmanlike job a feature that appeals to everybody. It
"stays put" under most trying conditions dees not crack, twist,
swell, shrink, sag or rot, even in closest joints, and it takes paint
But there is no need to tell you "old-Timers" about WHITE PINE.
You have used it you know there is satisfaction and big economy
in it. So all we need say to you is
We now have the Genuine WHITE PINE in desired sizes, and can
get in short order anything we don't happen to have in stock.
It's the Kind You Used to Get
the Kind You've Been Reading Abouut.
Cedar Creek Lumber Company
jbv the Rev. J. W. Davis of Denton,
. Nebraska. Interment was made in the
L. D. Hiatt, W. G. Boedeker and L. ' Eagle cemetery. The bodv was ac
II. Puis were in the city yesterday j companied here by the daughters,
looking after some matters at the . Mrs Ella Gettert and son of Atkin
court house and visiting with friends. 1 c -NToKcl-o anA Mr v JnVm.
son and daughter of British Colum-
PAUL H. ROBERTS, Mana
Quality Service Satisfaction
Our platform for 1916
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":.:;& A want ad will bring what you want. Lia.
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