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About The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1917)
MONDAY, JUNE IS, 1917.
PLATTSMOUTH SOII-TFEEELT JOURNAL.
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Miss Ella Larsh of Portland, Ore.,
was the guest of Miss Lulah Ruth
mann last week.
Ed Mougey shipped a car of ex
traordinary fat cattle to Omaha the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. Nancy McNamee, who had
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A.
R. Eikenberry at Brush, Colo., re
turned home Tuesday morning.
Mr. William Kennedy of Eldorado
Springs, Mo., arrived here Thursday
for a visit at the homes of Mrs. Vesta
and C. W. Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stone of Elm
wood drove down Saturday to attend
the burial of J. R. Becker that after
noon. Mr. Becker was an uncle of
Miss Betty Bennett of Glenwood,
Miss Dela Frans from Plattsmouth
and Miss Eva and Volley Frans of
Omaha were week-end guests at the
home of H. M. Frans.
Five brick layers from Nebraska
City began work on the Banning gara
age Tuesday morning. For the length
of time they have worked they have
made a good showing.
A card received last week by
Derwood Lynde from his brother,
Clyde, who joined the Coast Artillery
some time ago, informed him that he
is row in Honolulu. He tells many
interesting things and seems to enjoy
being in the service.
A. L. Anderson, who has been in
the hardware business for the past
few years, sold his stock of goods to
L. R. Upton last Wednesday. Mr. Up
ton will move the stock to his store,
consolidating the two. He has'one of
the very best lines of hardware to be
found in towns much larger than
Union, and deserves your trade.
$100 Reward, $1C0
The readers of this paper win be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is catarrh.. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and
acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith In the curative powers of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHKNET & CO.. Toledo.
Ok Jo. Sold by all Druggist. 75c.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rugna mo
tored to Lincoln Sunday to meet their
daughter, Mrs. A. E. Calkins of York,
who was coming to make them a visit.
Miss Maude Baldwin left Tuesday
for Sheridan, Wyo., to visit her friend,
Mrs. Dean Switzer and husband. She
was accompanied as far as Lincoln by
her father, C. C. Baldwin.
Lee Brown was on the Omaha
market Friday with a car of hogs.
Lee said the market was off a little
and he only got $15.40 per hundred
and the load didn't quite bring $3,000.
Howard Kennedy, who is working
for a wholesale Dental Supply house
. Minneapolis, Minn., arrived Wed
nesday for' a week s visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kennedy.
Richard Ahrends, son of Dr. II. K.
Arends, arrived the first of the week
from Des Moines, where he has been
attending school, 'and has gone to
work on the farm of Mogens Johnson
for the summer.
William Dunn is shipping this week
two cars of horses, and implements
to his Wyoming ranch. John McKay
will go through with the cars and re
main for a month to help with the
Miss Bertha Smoots, who has been
visiting friends and her sister, Mrs.
Lloyd Harmon, since her school closed
near Nebraska City, left Monday for
Hamlet, Neb., to join her parents.
They moved there this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. William Coatman re
turned Tuesday morning from Will
ington, Colo., where they went to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. J. M. Purdy.
They report a backward ?pring out
there and lots of wet and cold weather.
Charles Philpot and his son-in-law,
Lee Brown were on the market Wed
nesday with fifty-seven head of fat
cattle that brought the sum of $10,
420.05, or an average of $1S2.80 per
head. They were large cattle and he
knew how to feed them.
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Colbert and
baby leftin their auto Monday morn
ing for western Nebraska. They will
visit Mrs. Colbert's relatives at Hol
lrook, and while gone expect to look
up a live town where the doctor may
locate for the practice of his profes
sion. Bert Philpot returned Wednesday
morning from Chase county. lie re
ports crop conditions very good. His,
large tractor under the management
of L. W. Gregory, has broke GOO
acres of prairie, and is starting in on
another GOO-acre tract. The tractor
will be run from now on with a double
rhift and will put in eighteen hours
a day. He says Burt Reed is busy
keeping four tractors going over in
near Dunning. They expect to be
gone about three weeks.
Miss Anna Thierolf, of Omaha, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Adam Meis-
inger, and family, east!, of Louisville.
They drove to Louisville- Saturday
evening to do some trading and to
give Miss Thierolf an opportunity to
see Louisville on a busy Saturday
Mrs. W. P. Yoho visited relatives
at Utica, Neb., the first of the week.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Malone,
on Tuesday, June 12th, a daughter.
This vicinity was visited by another
rain Tuesday night, accompanied by a
Mrs. C. H. Longacre and children
left Wednesday for Collis, Minn., for
a visit with relatives.
We are glad to report that Jay Allo
way is able to be out and around
after an illness of several weeks.
Mrs. Shepard's brother, A. L. Bur
po, who is visiting at her home, went
to Omaha last week and had his ton
sils and adenoids removed. Mrs.
Shepard accompanied him.
G. C. Trimble, who has been ailing
for the past few weeks, autoed to Lin
coln Mondav afternoon to consult a
specialist in regard to his condition
He was accompanied by his son,
Warren Trumble arrived home on
Thursday afternoon from the New
York Navy Yard, having been dis
charged on June 8th, after serving out
his term of enlistment of three years
and one month. Warren expects to re-
enlist in the near future.
On Tuesday evening our well known
farmer, James S. Dysart, shipped
fine bunch of fat, sleek and well-bred
cattle to the South Omaha market
The animals attracted much attention
when driven through our streets to
the depot en-ounds as fine a looking
herd as one will see anywhere.
Ed Oelschlager has purchased the
building now occupied by the Beacon
office. He bought it on Monday o
John L. Wood, who resides northeast
of Eagle. As soon as he obtains pos
session he will occupy the building
and open a place for the sale of soft
drinks and cigars. The old saloon
building will be torn down, and we un
derstand that a new modern structure
44x80 feet in siz, and two stories high
will take its place.
Closing Out Grocery Stock
And we are sure selling things right:
Coffee (the best you ever used) 3 lbs for $1.00
Coffee at 2 lbs for .35
If you are wise you will lay in your supply of coffee, for
there is going to be war tax placed on it and it will cost you
a great deal more later on.
Think of it! Matches, per box 5c
Large Jars Mustard 1 0c
Canned Milk, 4 small cans . 25c
" 2 large " 25c
Gold Dust at old price 5c and 25c
Mrs. Roy Murphy is here from
Sterling, Colo., for a visit with her
sister, Mrs. Walter Johnson, and fam
ily. Mrs. Arthur Stander and children
visited at Cedar Creek Tuesday with
Mrs. Standers' mother, Mrs. Mary
two daughters, Misses Jessie and
twod daughters, Misses Jessie an
Marie, of Plattsmouth, and two friends
were visiting Louisville friends Sun
day. Dan C. Phelps of Harvard, Neb.,
and Donald Phelps of Kogar, Okla.,
were here last week visiting their
cousins, Howard and Gertrude Phelps.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buckman are
happy over the arrival of a fine baby
girl at their home on Tuesday, June
12, 1917. The Courier extends con
gratulations. Miss Rachel Stander, who was as
sistant superintendent in the Louis
ville schools last year, and re-elected
for next year, is attending summer
school at the University of Nebraska.
Ben Seybert of Dunbar, cousin of
C. M. Seybert, is in the Methodist hos
pital in Omaha under treatment for
ulceration of the stomach, and is con
sidered to be in a serious condition.
Mrs. P. C. Stander returned Thurs
day from a visit with relatives at
Marquette and Central City. On her
way home she visited friends at. Uni
versity place, where she attended the
Wesleyan commencement exercises.
Arthur Jones, living on the Amos
Keiser farm west of town, had six
head of steers killed by lightning last
Friday during the electrical storm.
They were 2-year-olds, and the loss is
quite heavy on Mr. Jones. He carried
Mrs. C. E. Wood and two children,
Ruth and Kenneth, left Wednesday
for Linscott, in Blaine county, to
visit her parents, who live on a large
cattle ranch of several hundred acres,
R. C. Pollard and family motored
to Lincoln Monday.
Mrs. J. J. Pollard went to Lincoln
Friday morning to meet her sister.
Miss Isabell Wilsey.
Misses Clara Rutherford and Hen
rietta Schwartz left Saturday for
Peru, where they will attend sum
F. R. Cunningham and wife were
called up north in the country to at
tend the funeral of the latter's uncle
C. H. Vallery.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Pollard
write back home that they arrived
safely in Vermont and are having
a great visit with relatives and ol
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kroop and Er
nest, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs
Henry Behrns, motored out to the
home of Alvin McReynolds Sunday
and spent the afternoon.
Mrs. Joe Malcolm and son, Roy
left for Brush, Colo., Friday morning.
Roy intends to remain there and work
for his brother-in-law this summer
but Mrs. Malcolm will return after a
A light case of smallpox is reported
at Silas Munn's, south of Nehawka.
Miss Val Munn is the only member of
the family afflicted with the disease
at present and she is reported to be
getting along nicely. It is not thought
that any more cases will develop.
Mrs. E. L. Stone of Del Norte, Colo.,
who had been visiting relatives in Ne
hawka the past month, in company
with Mrs. D. C. West, left Wednes
day morning for Masonic Park, Colo.,
where they will spend the summer
months. Other members of these
families will follow later, where they
will go into camp life in a cabin pre
viously provided for the family.
Ralph Strum, who is on his father's
farm in Texas, had been writing his
parents about the large onions that
grew on their farm down there. To
prove his contention he shipped a few
to his parents, one of which was
brought to this office. It's exact
weight was 1 pounds. Thirty-four
and two-sevenths onions of this size
would make a bushel. Some onions,
Read the Evening journal,
cents a week.
F. C3. ft slshimer & G
3 Contracting and
Submit your building proposition to us for bids.
can save you money no matter how small the job.
From sidewalks, silos, foundations, street and road
paving and all kinds of building in cement, brick, stone,
frame, or any kind of stucco finish. We also remodel
and repair old houses at the lowest possible figure. We
draw plans and specifications for our customers free of
charge. We are up to date mechanics in all kinds of
masonary and wood finishing.
Call on us on corner of 5th and Locust
phone No. 575.
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Our new and up-to-date machinery for this purpose has
arrived, and we are prepared to charge your storage
batteries in the most scientific manner and upon short
notice. There is always room for one more, so call on
us at any time for quick repairs.
WE ARE THE AUTO DOCTORS AND
CURE ALL ILLS REASONABLY
-The Plattsmouth Garage-
Office Telephone 394 Residence Telephone 229
The ftiehawka Mills
are now Rolling and Manufacturing the
"Letter Roll" Flour needs no boosting,
For on the top shelf it now is roosting.
The best cooks wherever you go
Use this famous flour, you know.
They just set their yeast and go to bed,
For they know on the morrow they will have good
C. D. ST. JOHN, Prop.
JOE MALCOLM, Head Miller.
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