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THFRSDAY, MAY 11. 1916.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
Cedar Creek Department
News that will be of Interest
in and near Cedar Creek
and All Kinds of Accessaries and Oils.
Get Our Quant ty Price on Oils!
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CEDAR CREEK, NEBRASKA
Henry Morn went to the city Thurs
day. John Hennings was in Plattsmouth
Louise Lohnes went to riattsmouth
Henry Schneider spent Friday in
Lloyd Schneider drove to Louisville
If you have anything for sale adver
tise in the Journal.
George Mortson went to Omaha to
s:e the t-how Monday.
C. A. Gauer transacted business in
For good, fresh Candy, Fruit and
Nut?, see S. J. Reames.
Farm Loans, Insurance and Real
Estate. See J. F. Foreman.
. When you want pome good reading
dun't forget Reames, Library.
Adam Meisinger attended to busi
ness in Plattsmouth Thursday.
Henry Mei.--ir.jrer, sr., adn wife
spent Thursday in Piattsmouth.
ir. a foundry in Omaha, came home on
P. II. Robe rst was looking after
some business matter in Louisville
Mr. Parr and family of LaPlatte
drove over Saturday and spent Sun
day at Henry Dasher's.
R. A. Rates and wife of The Platts
mouth Journal, were in Cedar Creek
Tuesday afternoon for a while.
J. F. Wolff drove Charles Dasher
and wife, John Thierolf and wife and
Mrs. Franke to Plattsmouth Monday.
Mrs. Beachel of Greenwood came on
Friday as a surprise to her daughter,
Mils Jennie, and spent Friday and
; Homy Eaughman and wife were
j called to Winsiue, Nebraska, Monday
by the serious illness of Mrs. Baugh
Chailes, Dasher, .while, loading Jogs
Wednesday morning hurt his back so
haUy that he will have an enforced;
layoff for a while.
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 has reached nearly $1,
000,000.00 It is back of us and protects you!
WM. SCHNEIDER. President
W. H. LOHNES, Vice-President T. J. SHANAHAN, Vice-President
J. F. FOREMAN, Cashier
Journal Man Visits Cedar Creek.
The Journal man took a couple of
hours off again this week and made
another trip up to the flourishing lit-
Philip Stoehr made a trip to Cullom
Henry Heil, jr., is making some ex
tensive improvements in the way of
new buildings on hh- farm.
Henry Thierolf made a trip to Pa-
tle village of Cedar Creek, which we
intend to do more frequently in the pilHon the latter part ef last week,
future, when the weather conditions ! where he spent a few days with
will permit our making the drive. On
this trip we found everybody as busy
as usual, and all enjoying a good
spring trade. The First Security
Bank report their institution in a most
prosperous condition, and gaining in
business most every day. Mr. Fore
man, the genial cashier, is making
'friends, returning home the fore part
of the week, accompanied by Mrs. W.
E. Meisinger, who will make a few
days visit with Case county friends
George Thierolf and Clarence Ack
ley went out to the farm of James
Robertson, south of Cedar Creek, the
J t - - .u i. i. i i
new friends all the time, and the ne-.vilore Parx OI ine wmfie Wlc "
clear up some timber lanu'icr Jir.
bank is gaining new customers. A
prosperous and growing banking bus
ness speaks a great deal for the com
munity in which they are located, and
this bank is located in one of the most
prosperous communities in the State
of Nebraska. Why should it not
proseprous and growing.
Over at the Ced.r Creek Lumber
Robertson. We understand that the
timber will be reduced to lumber for
making various improvements on the
Henry Thierolf has been receiving
First Security. Bank pays 4 per cent repairs and is rebuilding his old Mer
er time certificates lor six months cer car this week and wiI1 soon be
and one year. ready to challenge any of the boys for
jl 1 1 . i iki jTvj. itij xiitri niii race
.j i.-. Adam Meisinger Wednesday.
John Schurer in the champion go
pher catcher. He bought a new go-
Henry Thierolf and wife diove to
Papi'.'.ion Monday to
Charles Dasher went to Plattsmouth Mr. Gopher
Mrs. William Meisinger and daugh-
visit W illiam ; ?yler trap Tuesday and set it, and in-
I :-ide of three-quarters of an hour had
Friday to consult a doctor in regard i
to his back.
In spite of the hot weather there
was a large crowd at the danc? Sat
Mrs. A. F., Scybcrt and daughters
ter of Papillion came home with Hen
ry Thierolf and wife Tuesday to visit
her parent, Mr. G. P. Meisinger, sr.,
for a few days.
William Schneider and wife, with
came out Saturday evening and took j Misses Verla and Helen, Miss Morri
in the dance. . un, Mr. Beachel and Mrs. Beachel of
Lloyd Schneider tool: an auto load I Greenwood and Henry Schneider
of ladies to Louh-v ille Sunday to see 1 drove to Plattsmouth Saturday,
the ball game. I M,. Ruth Thom h.3 becn do
lienor Seybert of Culiom came outing a land office business this spring
m the millinery line. She has receiv-
and visited her grandmother,
Mrs. A. F. Seylert drove out fiom
Piattsmouth Wednesday and visited
for a few hours.
ed several shipment of new goods dur
ing the past few davs.
G. G. Meisinger, one of the pros
perous farmers in this locality is pre-
G. P. Meisinger and wife, Henry: paring to ere?t a fire new barn, and
Thierolf and wife drove to Platts- . makp oihpr irr,rvve.rr..T-.tC! u:
" ....j,. wuivnio CI X UU11U 111
James Johnson, the village black
smith, has been adding a r.ew coat of
p-jint to his shop and residence, which
J. E. McGinnis, the boss carpenter,
from South Bend, was in Cedar Creek
I i he latter part of last week, looking
adds greatly, to the appearance of j after some business matters with Paul
H. Roberts, of the Cedar Creek Lum-
Ed Lohnes. who ha-; been working .ber Co.
. There was
a large attendance at
the dance given by Andy Thompsen
at the Sajles Hall last Saturday eve-
Co., we found the genial manager I
Paul , H. Roberts in his usual good
mood and enjoying just a trifle more
than his usual good business at thi.;
season of the year. Here you will !
For dyspepsia, our national ail
ment, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Rec
ommended for strengthening diges-
" 1 tion, purifying the blood. At all drug
stores. $1.00 a bottle.
Dcings in Iolice Court.
JTn'nn FirOon. who several times has
find the lumber line, as well as sort. ' ben a vi3ltor rt the court of Judffe
of .building material, and his prices Arche. war prc3ent this morning
are always right, the goods the very : to' vnsVCT to thc t.harse of being
best, and with such conditions preva- J (Irun, and was fou:1 puilty by thc
lent there is nothing left but to en jo 7 I court and fined $2 and costs, which he
the business when it comes. He ha j naid and WS al0 rcqu3ted to de
been enjoying a good business on thcjpart from the city and soek other
celebrated white pine lumber that he quartcrs as soon as possible. He has
has been advertising in the Journal so been empIoved bv the city in quite a
strongly for the past few weeks. goo:1 doal of thoir work on the streets
The saw mill turning out box lumb- and has made his home here for the
er i:3 again working full time with the past year
usual number of men employed. They
recently made shipment of two cars
of this lumber, and have several more
in the state of curing that will leave ; For cuts, sprains, burns, scalds,
A household remedy in America for
25 years Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil.
the yards as soon as in the proper
condition for shipment.
The stone quarries are working a
a full force of men, which is in the
neighborhood of seventy-five and are
turning out great deal of material.
There is a movement on foot now
to install a couple of street lights on
the main street of Cedar Creek, which
will prove a valuable improvement for
the village. This movement should
receive the liberal support of all.
Across the creek at the store of Mrs.
Ruth Thompsen, we found business
moving right along, and all hands
planning on a big summer business.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompsen will always
be found exerting every effort to the
pleasing of their patrons. They ar
enjoying a good business, and arc
always looking for more.
Over at the big store of WTolff
Ault everybody was as happy as us-
25c and 50c. At all drug
Mrs. Jack McLean Improving.
The many friends of Mrs. Jack Mc
Lean, who is at the Immar.uel hospital
in Omaha recovering from an opera
tion, will be pleased to learn that she
is gstting along nicely and showing
marked improvement, which has
proved most pleasing to her family
and friends, and with the same rate
of improvement she will soon be on
the highway to recovery.
.Ml It CVrvjca
I have opened up my Ice -Cream
and wpro eniovirtr their usual
ring There was a most pleasant time reat w business is al.
for all. Remember these dances are' av with them at this time of the
given everv two weeks. ... , , , lfe
tyear. We found both Mr. Wolff and
Start your young chicks out on jir. Ault at home, and while our time
Pratt's babb chick food, and keep them was very much limited on this visit
healthy by ?n occasional feed of w; enjoyed a few moments visit with
Pratt's Conditioner. A full line of them. They are doing a good business
Pratt's remedies always on hand. 'this spring
Wolff & Ault, Cedar Creek. Gver at the genuine neat and tasty
Chas. Piatt and daughter, Mary, of .little tonsorial parlor of S. J. Reames
Papillion, accompanied by Mrs. T. C.
Coia and two daughters. Misses Maud
found both Mr. and Mrs. Reames.
who are without a doubt among the
and Grace, of Papillion, drove over on most pleasant people to meet in Cedai
Sunday in Mr. Piatt's car and spent Creek. Here is not only a neat barbei
the day with their old time friend, J
F. Foreman, and being as Mr. Fore
man did not know of their coming, it
Tai lor and invite ail who enj.ojsome-pvas sure a happy surprise.
thing fine in the way of Ice Cream to' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roberts and
call and see what we i-re serving cut Miss Stander and Miss Hyde,
shop, but an ice cream parior, cand
and novelty store, on which lines thej
are enjo3'ing a nice trade.
John P. Meisinger, who believes in
of having things about his farm home
j satisfy the hunger t th- ray of Louisville, took a delightful drive Sun-! about so, is making some extensive
Harding Ice Cream 'day in the car of Mr. Roberts. Thev ! improvements in the way of building
S. J. Reamer. Cellar Creek
visited Murdock, Elmwood, and other on his farm east of Cedar Creek.
localities in central and south Cass! The Burlington are making some
II county, arriving home just before the 'reeded repairs on section house for
much dangerous looking storm.
Foreman Whittacker this week.
18 YEARS OF
Finally Relieved by the Old Reli
able Thedford's Black-Draught.
Traverse City, Mich Mrs. J. W.
Edwards, of this town, says: "I suf
fered for about 18 years with liver
trouble, and doctored with many dif
ferent remedies. At last, I was told
that an operation was the only thing
that would help me, but I heard of
Thedford's Black-Draught, and took
six 25-cent packages and it cured me.
can recommend it to all who suffer
from liver troubles.
. I have influenced several of my
neighbors to take Black-Draught
Liver Medicine, and I give it to my
I can safely say that I owe my life
to Black-Draught, as it put me on my
feet after everything else had failed."
You know that you can depend upon
Black-Draught Liver Medicine for
quick and permanent relief in all dis
orders of the liver, stomach and bow
els, such as indigestion, constipation,
biliousness, headache, sour stomach,
tired feeling, and many other common
ailments, because, in the past 75
years, it has helped so many thou
sands of people, whose troubles were
similar to these.
Safe, gentle in action, and without
bad after-effects, Black-Draught is
sure to benefit both young and old.
Sold everywhere. 25c a package.
Costs only one cent a dose. KCB4
From Tuesday's Pally.
C. H. Boedcker of Murray was a
visitor in the city yesterday for a few
hours looking after some trading and
visiting with friends.
C. T. Peacock andxwife departed
yesterday for St. Joseph, Missouri,
where they were called by the serious
illness of a si.-.tcr of Mr. Peacock in
J. E. Johnson, trainmatser of the
Omaha division of the Burlington, is
here today for a few hours looking af
ter some company business as well as
to visit his father, J. W. Johnson.
From Wednesoays Dally.
Oscar Gapen came in this afternoon
from his farm home and departed this
afternoon for Omaha to spend a few
Mark Furlong came in yesterday
afternoon from his home south of this
city to visit for a few hours with
Henry Born came in this afternoon
from his country home to look after
some trading for a few hours with the
Peter Meisinger and wife of near
Cedar Creek were in the city today for
v. few hours looking after some trad
ing with the merchants.
Mark White and wife were in the
city yesterday afternoon for some
time attending to some shopping and
visiting for a few hours with friends.
George W Shrader, one of the old
residents of the county, came up yes
terday afternoon from his home to at
tend to some matters of business and
visit with friends.
Conrad Schlater of Oshkosh, Ne
braska, is here enjoying a short visit
with his relatives and friends in this
city, coming in yesterday morning
from his home in the west part of the
Fred Schafer, wife and little daugh
ter returned home last evening from
Omaha where the little daughter has
been for the past few weeks recover
ing from the effect? of an operation
My carriage and furniture wagon for
sale. Can be seen at the Tarmele liv
ery barn. M. Hild.
The "Imperials" ane one
of the fastest teams of the
Iowa city and have been
playing fast ball this season.
Come out and see thejboys
WAS TROUBLED AT NIGHT
Painful, annoying bladder weak
ness usually indicates kidney trouble.
So do backache, rheumatism, sore,
swollen or stiff muscles or joints.
Such symptoms have been relieved by
Foley Kidney Pills. Henry Rudolph,
Carmi, 111 , writes: "Since taking
Foley Kidney Pills I sleep all night
without getting up." Sold everywhere.
F. W. Young, one of the leading
farmers of Liberty precinct and one
of the most pleasant and genial gen
tlemen in that pr.rt of tho county,
came up this morning from his home,
accompanied by his nephew, Johnnie
Finkle. who is having some dental
work looked after.
HAS A GOOD REPUTATION
The original and genuine Honey
and Tar cough ryrup is Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound and because this
has given universal satisfaction and
has cured so many cases of coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough
there are imitations and substitutes
offered to the public. Insist upon
Foley's. Sold everywhere.
Good Seed Corn For Sale.
Iowa Silvermine 1914 crop seed
corn for sale, from $1.00 to $1.50 per
bu:hel. Sacks extra.
J. L. Shrader, Nehawka.
Read the want ads in the Journal.
There's Solid Satisfaction in Using
The soft, smooth grain work easily.
It's "responsive" to your tools and doesn't dull them.
You save time and effort in working with WHITE PINE and can
be sure of workmanlike results a job you're proud to call your own.
Then too, WHITE PINE means real economy even at a higher first
cost because it does not warp, shrink, swell, sag, twist, or rot.
It stays put for years even in closest joints and takes paint perfectly.
Of all structural woods it's the most dependable for exposed surfaces.
Due to market conditions we have not carried WHITE PINE for
some time. Now we have plenty of it. If all the items you need
are not in stock, we can soon get them for you.
See us on lumber and save
money, time and regrets.
when applied to Lumber,
Building Material and
Builder's Hardware, you'll
find us .
Behind the Guns
ready for business. Let us
furnish YOU some of our
"amunition" that will not
fail you in your Spring Drive.
FAUL H. ROBERTS, Manager
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