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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMEER 27, 1917.
MANLEY STATE BANK
MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF CASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB. . u
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AIIO SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
ft t r t i I I N
FRANK STANDER .
THOMAS E. PARMELE
WM. J. RAU.
Our Facilities Enable
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
T. J pJHJALL
Sunday, September 30
COMMENCING AT 7:00 P. M.
Everybody Cordially Invited
GOOD TIME ASSURED
All Kinds of Refreshments Served!
Music by the Platlsmouih Orchestra
Gents, 50 Ladies Free
NEXT CONTINGENT OF DRAFT
HAS THE SAME SCHEDULE
Lincoln, Sepf. 2C. Train sched
ules for moving the next 40 percent
contingent ot drafted men to the
national army training camp at Fort
Riley, starting October 3, will be
substantially the same as those of
last week and Sunday. ,The number
of men to be transported" is 3,274
just the same as at that time, and
the movement will be distributed
over several days as it was then.
Each county will be called upon to
send a delegation of the same size as
Governor Neville Is conferring
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been,
ia usd for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of
- and lias been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
uz, 5C Allow no one to deceive vnn in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good ' are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health tf
Inlants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Cactoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
r.e is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been ia constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS
I Bears the
In Use For Over 30 Tears
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TM m C tNTAU m COM tAXy. 94 W V8HK CITY,
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN BOEDEKER, Cashier.
Economically ana on inis.isiasis uue
from time to time with railroad
men in charge of the movement. He
is pleased with the fact that the
men who went from Nebraska a few
days ago all got to Fort Riley with
out mishap or serious delay, and
believes this performance will be
duplicated when the third conting
ent makes the journey.
The members of Evergreen Camp
No. 70 will give a dance and social
entertainment at the A. O. U. W.
Hall Saturday evening, Sept. 29th.
The public is invited to attend. Re
freshments will be served . and a
good time for all. Gents 50c. La
dies Free. 9-25-5td
has been made under his per-
no one to deceive you in this.
Us to Handle Your Business in this County Promptly and
mm rWS II fi IT 11 'JL m m M 1 A .
Harry J. Vickers, of Omaha, was
in town Friday.
Morgan Curyea was in Lincoln on
Mrs. Wra. Tuniblin and sons were
in Lincoln Saturday.
Warren Bird was at Lincoln hav
ing his eyes treated Tuesday.
Jesse Mullen, of Saco, Mont., ar
rived Tuesday to visit relatives.
Fred Weaver, of South Bend,
spent Tuesday night with J. A. Shaf
Rev. Connell and son, Ralph, spent
Tuesday night at the George Curyea
Miss Amelia Karmn and brother.
Dean, visited relatives in Bennett
Miss Hazel Foreman, of Raymond,
visited last week with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyles motored
to Omaha and Plattsmouth on busi
Chas. Skiles and family, of David
City visited over Sunday at the S.
C. Boyles home.
The vacuum food drier has been
installed in the old school building
and works fine.
Miss Grace Bailey, who teaches
near Union, visited the home folks
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Floyd Carr, of Lincoln, came
in Wednesday to spend the week-end
with Mrs. George Curyea.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner and his
father will start Thursday for Web
ster county to visit relatives and
Julia Foreman and sister, Mrs.
Paul Thuresson and Mrs. Ruth Stoll
motored to Papillion Sunday to vis
it Dr. and Mrs. Becker.
Chas. Snavely and Jake Shaffer
autoed out to Marquette Friday in
the former's car to spend a few
days with Jesse Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Andle, of
University Place, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidell, of Lincoln, called at the. Geo.
Foreman home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Foreman and
Miss Hazel Bobbitt and Mr. Story,
of Lincoln, were Sunday guests at
the G. P. Foreman home.
Mrs. Hattie Strain and daughter.
Fern, of Bethany, came down Fri
day afternoon to visit her aunt, Mrs.
D. A. Vincent, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyles were in
South Bend Thursday evening, to
which place Mrs. Boyles went in the
Interest of the women's registration.
George P. Foreman fell from his
barn roof Friday forenoon and was
rendered unconscious for a few
hours, but was not seriously hurt.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Maro Pal
ing, at Greenwood, September 21st,
?in 8-pound son. Mrs. Paling' was
formerly Miss Grace Newkirk of
Mrs. Dr. Paul Thuresson and her
daughter, Maxine, left Tuesday ev
ening for their home in Chicago, Il
linois, after visiting relatives here
for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Landis and daugh
ter, of Waverly, motored out to
O'Neill last week to visit Mrs. Wil
liam Lewis and family. They re
turned home Saturday.
Charles F. Rosenow returned home
Sunday from his two weeks vaca
tion, which he spent with his broth
er, Herman Rosenow and family, at
Howard, Kansas, and brother, Fred
erick Rosenow and family, at Clay
CHAS. C. PARMELE
THOMAS E. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. G. EGENBERGER
Center, Kansas, after having attend
ed the Rural Carriers National con
vention at Kansas City, Mo.
School opened Monday the 24 th,
with an enrollment of 164 pupils,
GO of whom are in the high school.
The faculty are as follows: Supt., W.
II. Worley, of Lincoln; Principal,
Miss Ethelyn Hathaway, of Upland;
Assistant Principal, Miss Marguerite
Dye, of Lincoln; Grammar, Miss Ma
rie Appleman, of Alvo; 5th and 6th
grades, Miss Leona Wachter, of Lin
coln; 3rd and 4th grades. Miss Alta
Linch. of Alvo; Primary, Miss Emilie
Griffin, of Alvo.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rouse and
daughter, Mrs. George Bobbitt, ac
companied by Ben Linch and wife,
of Lincoln, went to Milford the first
of the week, where they visited
Lncle Georse Foster, who had a
stroke of paralysis but is some bet
ter. From there they went to Beav
er Crossing to attend the reception
?iven for the soldiers who were de
parting, and on Friday attended a
reception at Seward for the boys who
were leaving there for Fort Riley,
Kansas. They returned home Sat
Mrs. Harriett L. Hadley, aged 83,
died in Lincoln at two o'clock Sat
urday morning. The remains were
brought here Sunday and funeral
services were held in the M. E.
church at 3 o'clock Sunday after
noon, conducted by Rev. B. L. Story
of Seward. Burial was made in the
Alvo cemetery. Mrs. Hadley was
a resident of Elmwood when her hus
band, Wm. Hadley, passed away some
37 years ago, after which she spent
nearly 30 years near Alvo and has
since resided in Lincoln with her
daughter, Mrs. W. O. Bayles. She
was of a very cheerful disposition,
for one of her age. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. W. O. Boyles, of Lin
coln and Mrs. Hattie Muthersbaugh,
of Spokane, Washington; also seven
grandchildren and eleven great
grandchildren to mourn her loss
Their many friends extend sym
W. O. RITCHEY, J. W. SUTTON
We buy and sell Duel, Cheyenne,
and Keith county lands, at reason
able prices with terms. If you have
a farm to sell give us the list.
RITCHEY LAND COMPANY,
- Alvo, Neb.
WITH CASS COUNTY RELATIVES
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heineman and
family, from Whitelake, South Da
kota, arrived in Plattsmouth Mon
day evenipg, over the auto route,
and remained over night, and Tues
day morning were pleasant callers
at the Journal office. They were
enroute to Murdock, Nebraska, their
old home, for a visit with the par
ents of Mrs. Heineman, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Wilkins and other friends
and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Heine
man left this county for South Da
kota, five years ago, where they own
a farm and have since made their
home. They report everything look
ing fine in that locality, crops were
all good, and the country is in a
general way very prosperous. They
are well pleased with it. Mr. Heine
man has been a subscriber of the
Journal for many jrears, and through
our columns continues to learn the
happenings of his many friends at
the old home.
Can't look well, eat well, or feel
well with impure blood. Keep the
blood pure with Burdock . Blood
Bitters.fi Eat simply, take exercise,
keep clean, and good health is
pretty sure to follow. $1.25 a
THOMAS E. PARMELE. President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE. Vice-President.
PAUL FITZGERALD, Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asst. Cashier.
unvite u our it -
ALLIES MERELY WEAR
ING OUT ENEMY WHILE
AWAITING U. S. HELP
Washington, Sept. 26. The Amer
ican government's first official state
ment concerning military operations
in Europe was issued tonight by
Secretary Baker, inaugurating a
series which, in ttme will be de
voted largely to activities of the
United States expeditionary forces.
It says that while ascendancy on
the western front has passed defi
nitely' to the allies, they are con
tent merely to wear down' the ene
my until the force of the American
army maks itself felt In the field.
Operations for the week ending
September 22, are reviewed by Mr.
Baker, without reference to the
American force now in France. The
statement says, in part:
"It may be stated . affirmatively
that the ascendancy in the west has
passed definitely to the allies, al
though the latter are content, by
tactics of. attrition, to wear down
the enemy, giving no rest or respite
until such a time as the forces of
our army may make itself felt in
High Prices And Sickness.
Nobody can afford to be sick with
the cost of living at the present
high mark. It is cheaper and more
sensible to prevent sickness than to
Honey and Tar In time to check
pay doctor bills. Take Foley's
colds, stop coughs and relieve croup
before serious Illness attacks a
weakened constitution. Sold every
where. A LONG TRAIN.
An extra long train passed over
the Missouri Pacific railway this
forenoon en route to Omaha. It
consisted of thirty-seven empty
passenger coaches and one of the
largest sized engines belonging to
that system had all it could do to
handle the same. It is the longest
passenger train that has ever pass
ed over this division. It was com
posed of the coaches used in taking
the soldier boys to the south. Ne
braska City News.
WHAT AILS YOU?
If you are looking pale and sick,
you will hear again and again thi3
seasonable question. But it Is not
difficult to find the right .remedy. In
nine cases out of ten, your stomach
does not perform its function effec
tively. It needs to he cleaned and
toned up. The best remedy which
will put your digestive system In
shape again is Triner's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine. It will re
store your health sapped by consti
pation, indigestion, headaches, ner
vousness, sleeplessness, general weak
ness, etc. It giTes best results in
all stomach troubles and many wom
en in change of life, miners and oth
er working men, inhaling gases,- etc.
can confirm it from conviction. Price
?1.00. At drug stores. The extraor
dinary sudden changes of warm and
cold weather should remind you that,
for colds and coughs, the most re
liable remedy is Triner's Cough Se
dative. In cases of rheumatism and
neuralgia the most efficient remedy
is Triner's Liniment. Price of these
two necessities of your family medi
cine chest is the same. 25 and 50c, at
drug stores; by mail 35 and 60c.
Jos. Triner, Mfg. Chemist, 1333-1341
S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111. s-27
Gift Cards for every occasion at
the Journal office.
Miss Selma Brauchle spent Satur
day in Lincoln.
Henry Gakemeir left Sunday for
Oscar Zink returned Tuesday from
Mr. and Mrs. John Gakemeir drove
to Omaha Monday.
Miss Ellen Gakemeir returned on
Tuesday from Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rush and fam
ily spent Sunday in Alv,
Mrs. Wm. Reuman wenl to Omaha
Saturday, returning Wednesday.
Ida Hornbeck returned Friday and
the Doctor returned Sunday from
Catherine Tool, Mae Glenn, Gayle
Rockwell and Kenneth Tool spent
Sunday with home folks.
Miss Martha Thiel came home on
Friday for a few days vacation
Mrs. Becker of Lincoln spent Sun
day and Monday at the Thiel home.
The Home Circle met with Mrs.
H. A. Tool Wednesday for the pur
pose of preparing canned fruit to
be sent to the M. E. hospital in
Union revival meetings are being
held at Callahan. Rev. Sohl, Rev
Ochlerking, Rev. Brauchle, Rev
Schwab and Rev. Pieper are minis
ters in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McDonald, ac
companied by Mrs. Harry Gallispie,
drove from Hampton Sunday. Mr
and Mrs. McDonald returned Sun
day evening after spending the day
at the H. V. McDonald home.
Ralph Magrum and Ray Colby, of
Omaha, were in town Sunday visit
ing the latter's sister, Lottie Colby.
Mr. and Mrs. L. McDonald, Mrs.
II. V. McDonald and Mrs. H. Tool
were Omaha visitors the latter part
of last week.
News came to us Monday that
Charles Schafer, who is at the Nava
Training camp at Charleston, S. C,
has been very ill, also that Merle
Gillispie was thought to have gone
aboard ship Friday, his place of des
tination being unknown.
DR. E. T. McCOTJRT.
Osteopathic Physician & Surgeon,
Calls answered, day and night.
Phone 208, Coates Block.
The Gvlehawka Mills
are now Rolling and Manufacturing the
"Letter Roll" Flour needs no boosting,
For on the top shelf it now b 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.
For Sale by All Dealers
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. H. LOHNES, Vice-President.
THOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
1 1 1
CarLoadof Live Poultry
to be delivered near freight depot,
Plattsmouth, Nehr., on Tuesday
Oct. 2nd one day only, for which
we will pay in cash as follows:
Springs . 19c
Old Roosters 12c
Cow Hides 15c
Large Horse Hides $5.00 each
Remember the date. We will be
on' hand rain or shine and receive
all the poultry offered for sale.
W. E. ZEENEY.
Safe Remedy For Children.
Chas. Baker, Brownsville, Tex.,
writes: "For years I have Used
Foley's Honey and Tar and found it
especially efficient for bad coughs of
my children. I recommend it to my
friends as a safe remedy for child
ren as it contains no opiates. It is
certain to bring quick and lasting
relief." Stops coughs. Sold every
where. CHICHESTER S PILLS
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