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PLATTSMOUTJI EVENING JOURNAL.
MANLEY STATE , BANK
MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF GASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE'
. LOUISVILLE, NEB.
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $13,000 !
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AN0 SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AI1D SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
THURSDAY, OCTOEER, 4. 1917.
WM. J. RAU.
'HAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN EOEDEKER, Cashier.
C1IAS. C. l'ARMELE
THOMAS E. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. G. EGENBERGER
THOMAS E. PARMELE, President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE, Vice-President.
PAUL FITZGERALD, Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asst. Cashier.
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. H. LOHNES, Vice-President.
THOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
ur Facilities Enable Us to Handle Your Business in this County Promptly and
Economically and on this Basis We invite Your Patronage.
The Sehawka Mills
are now Rolling and Manufacturing the
"Letter Roll" Flour needs no boosting,
For on ths top shelf it now is roosting.
The best ccoks 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 AH Dealers
BIKDME1T 33EOP EXPLOSIVES GU.
GERMAN AMIIUNIIION CENT
LK5 2 MACHINES SHOT
-London, Oct. 3. Continuaion of
t lie bombing operations by British
naval airplanes over German held
Icrritory is reported in a statement
by the admiralty today as follows:
"On Monday night naval aircraft
dropped many bombs on the lock
gates at Zcebrugge. Oa Tuesday a
quantity of explosives was dropped
on sheds and machines at the St.
"During: the usual fight between
patrols two enemy aircraft were
shot down out of contrcl. All our
machines returned eafely."
Worth Their Weight In Gold.
No man can do his best when suf
fering from backache, rheumatic
pains, swollen joints or sore muscles.
B. II. Stone, S40 N. 2d. St., Reading.
Ta., writes: "For months I was un
able to attend to business. I used
Foley Kidney Pills and soon the
pakis'and aches were gone. They
are worth their weight "in gold to
me." Sold everywhere.
Children Crw for Fletcher's
A & WW X.A m tl a
CElic Hied YJu Have Always Bought, and hizh. lias "best
in wS for crer over 30 years, has tcrae ths signature c
. - and has been, made urdcr his pcr-
Vaa soaal supervision since its infancy,
tyii &CUsZi. AQow no one to deceive ycu. in this.
Jl Counterfeits, Imitations and " Juat-as-good " arc tut
I.rrrinents that trifle with and endanger the- l:ea!th cf
Inl.uitr. and Cailaren Experience acainst Kipcria-CAt.
What is CASTOR I A
Cv-,toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parej;cri':.
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Cpinm, Morphine nor other narcotic rat-stanio. Its
i:: its guarantee. For more than thirty yens ii las
bo?n in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
"7ir..i Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fevcriibness arising
thcrcfrcm, and by regulating the Stomach ani Ziivrcl-j, aids
tic ssaimilation of Food; giving healthy and niturai eccd.
The Children's Panacea The Hothsr's Friend.
zsiwm CASTOR! A
? Bears the Signature of
4 v iff imG&&rr
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Stind Vou Have Always Bought'
TM E C C WXt!3 COMPANY MfW YORK 51-V.
Mrs. Fred I'routy was in Lincoln
Miss Iluth Uailey was in Lincoln
Miss Lois Kcefcr was
farm, where he expects to move next
I. I). Slcne, of Denver, Colorado,
tP?n tthe week with lis birtohe, rE.
M. Stone, and mother, Mrs. M, P.
Clias. F. Kosenow and family mo
tored to University Place Sunday
afternoon to viait Mr. and Mrs. Gso.
Lincoln ; Ellison.
I Jchn Yoascr and sister, Mrs. Ed-
Mi?s Mabel Stout was in Lincoln iith Draun, went to Omaha on No.
Jlr'. lalc Boyles went to the Val
14 Wednesday to attend the Ak-Sar-Bou.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prouty and Mr.
C'has. Snavcly autocd to Lincoln, and lrs- Marion Hush motored to
IIr3. Pan McCurdy returned from
John Wilcockson, of Folk, was in
town this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ilardnock were
in Lincoln Friday.
Your Velvatins goods ordered are
at the drug stcre.
Martin Berquist, of StromshurCf is
vititim; here this week.
Frid Proui.y and his father auto
cd to Lincoln Wednesday.
Mrs. Lydia Hone and children
were in Lincoln Tuesday.
Uoy Cole, of Mynard, was a Sun
day uest of M. C. Keifer's.
Mr. and Mrs. Georcre Sheesley mo
tored to Omaha Wednesday.
Alvin Cashner visited his cousin,
Lee Trout y Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyies spent
Friday at the E. M. Stone heme.
La Verne Stone came in to spend
the week end with, the home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kitzel and
children autoed to Lincoln Saturday.
Win. Wipers left Tuesday for Fort
Uiley, Kansas, being called in the
Mr. and Mrs. Uay Clark epent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
confined to his
account of rheu-
J. P. Roue is
bed this week on
George 1). Bohbitt left on Monday
for Albion, Nebraska, to visit with
an uncle. -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edwards are
visiting relatives and friends in Peru
Mrs. S. C. Boyles is in the Lincoln
Sanitarium taking treatment for
Mrs. F. M. Grove and children, of
Uavelock, came in Friday, visiting
Chas. Godbcy, Ilev. E. L. Uptc
grove and son. Tucker, were in Lin
Carl Johnson, Win Stewart and
Ellis Coon took in the Ak-Sar-Ben
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Foreman and
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Boyles motored
to Omaha Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Friend and
daughter, and Mrs. Chas. Shelton
were in Lincoln Saturday.
Miss Grace Alton, of Elmwood,
spent the week-end with the Misses
Vera and Marie Prouty.
Mrs. Eliza Craig went to Have
lock Monday to visit her grandson,
Elmer Barrett- and family.
Chas. Ingwerson and Xoel Fore
man were among those going to S.
Dakota, to look after land thi3 week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Curyea spent
Sunday with Mr. Curyca's niece, Mr3.
Ralph Daft and Mr. Daft, near Wav
erly. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bush enter
tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Prouty and daughter, Miss
L. D. Mullen left on Tuesday for
Chappell to build a house on hi3
Lincoln Sunday afternoon in the
Miss Mabel Stout was in Lincoln
Wednesday to meet Mrs. Harley H.
Shaw.-'cf Central City, who will be
here for some time.
A "Foreman" reunion was held at
Antolope park, Lincoln, last Sunday.
They took tbeir dinners and spent
a very delightful day.
11. M. and I. I). Stone made a fly
ing trip Wednesday and Thursday,
visiting relatives at Plattsmouth
Mynard and Murray.
Bob Swacker took Jesse Mullen,
Lee Clark. John Skinner and Sher
man Wolfe to Omaha in his auto on
Wednesday to attend the Ak-Sar-Ben.
The Alvo Drug company handles
a good grade of school supplies, con
titing of tablets, practice paper,
Palmer method pens and history pa
per. Win E. Case', of the South Side,
Omaha, was in town on Wedncsdaj'
nigiit, looking after his interests in
the village and visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Mickle and
children vitited the former's aunt,
Mrs. L. W. Pound and family, at
Council Bluffs, Iowa, from Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. George Foreman, Jr.,
of Valparaiso, returned home Wed
nesday after visiting here for a few
days. Mrs. Belle Bennett returned
home with them.
TI;e Community Club vafcuum
drier will not operate until after the
nest meeting of the club which will
be held Wednesday night, October
10th, and different arrangements
Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson
and children came in from Ipswich,
So. Dakota, last week and will farm
the Grandma Leibhart farm north
east of town. Tjhey are moving here
from Snohomish, Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ostertog and son,
of Ithica, who visited their daugh
ter, Mrs. Herman Bornemcir and
family, for the past wreek, returned
to their home Monday night. Their
r.on, Walter, remained for a longer
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klyver and
children and Miss Ethel Pask and
niece, Bernice Tayjor, started Mon
day by auto for Galva, Illinois, and
will viait from there on to Chicago,
Miss Pask returning to her home at
Kewanee, 111. They expect to be gone
About forty neighbors and friends
met af the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Klyver last Friday evening,
tendering a farewell surprise to Mrs.
Klyver's cousin. Miss Ethel Pask, of
Illinois. At a late hour a delicious
luncheon wa3 served. All enjoyed
the evening very much.
Tuesday evening the Friday Club
members and their families surpris
ed Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickers. The
occasion was their tenth wedding
anniversary. The evening was very
pleasactlj'. spent in playing games
and at a late hour refreshments con
sisting of sandwiches, pickles, cake
were served caffateria
Mr. Harry Davis left Sunday for
Miss Leona Rush spent Sunday
with her parents.
Supt. AVorley, of the Alvo schools,
was in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. McDonald attend
ed the Ak-Sar-Ben Wednesday.
The Williamson family has mov
ed into the' property formerly occu
pied by H. Gillispie.
Mr. and Mrs. Robison were Omaha
visitors Friday Mr. Robison being
called for examination.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McNamra and
daughter, of Fairmont, spent several
days with Mrs. W. O. Gillispie.
A great many families from Mur
doch, Ithica and Elniwood attended
the services at Callahan Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tool and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. H. Guthman
and family spent Sunday at the
Mr. Paul Schwab, of Naperville,
and Miss Mable Schwab of Clay Cen
ter spent the week-end with Rev.
and Mrs. Schwab.
The Murdoch high school girls
play Greenwood H. S. girls at bas
ket ball Friday at 3:43 p. m. Come
and root for the girls.
Mrs. Harry Gillispie, Mr. O. Gil
lispie and Mr. Wm. Kleizer left on
Wednesday for Scottsbluff, where
Harry Gillispie is now located. Mrs.
H. V. McDonald accompanied them
as far as Lincoln.
The National Surgical society, a
branch of the Red Cross, invites all
ladies who are willing to help knit
for the soldiers or help in any way,
to come to the Saturday afternoon
meetings in the rooms ' formerly oc
cupied by Dr. Hornbeck. A program
will be given Friday evening for the
purpose of raising funds for the so
ciety. Miss Louise Schaviland, of the
University at Lincoln, will give the
program, which will consist of read
ings and musical numbers. Every
body is invited to come and bring
some one else.
EEST COUNTY FARM IN STATE.
E. M. Johnson, secretary of the
board of state charities and correc
tions, was in the city today looking
after the institutions ana inspecting
the working of such institutions as
came under this class. Mr. John
son, wno nas oeen m mis cuy a
number of times and is well known
to many of our people is a gentle
man well qualified to act In the ca
pacity for which he has been chosen.
He this morning inspected .be coun
ty jail, and says that its condition,
is all right, and he also inspected
the Masonic Home, and the Eastern
Star Orphanage, which were oro-
ounced in good condition.
His visit at the county farm was
one which surprised him as to the
nicely appointed building which is
there and to the way in which the
farm is conducted. In speaking to
the reporter he says that the County
Farm here was the best conducted
of any in the entire state.
We have known for some time
that we had the best regulated and
conducted county farm In the state,
but the stamp of eneorsement com
ing from the inspector is woith
something, as he added. Your count;
farm is ideal, both in appointments
and the way it is conducted.
PABST CHARGES THAT
NEVER PAYS TO WAIT TOO LONG
The average person does not take
enough care of his stomach. He works
all day, eats his meals in a hurry,
and all symptoms of indigestion, con
stipation, headaches, etc. are mere
trifles to him. He does not treat
them at all and from those common
est symptoms result grave cases of
stomach diseases. Triner's American
Elixir of Bitter Wine can avert such
consequences. It keeps the intes
tines clean, promotes healthy appe
tite, improves digestion and fortifies
the entire system. Price $1.00. At
drug stores. People who now suffer
from rheumatism of neuralgia should
take our advice and try Triner's Lin
iment. This remedy has been of un
told benefit, for thousands of suffer
ers. It relieves also sprains, strains,
swellings, etc. Price 2f and 50c at
drug stores; by mail 35 and 60c.
J03. Triner, Manufacturing Chemist,
1233-1343 S. Ashland are, Chicago,
The National Surgical Dressings
Circle will hold a business meeting
at their headquarters in the Riley
Block, Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
All members are urged to be present
as there is business of importance.
RETURNS FROM PERKINS CO.
Fred Schaefer of Avoca and P. A.
llild o Mynard, who accompanied
the Yailery a".! Cromwell excursion
lo Perkins Co., last Saturday,
turned home this morning. M !$.
Goorge Hild. F. A. Vallery, Jo J !!.
Cromwell, Joe Zimmerer a:d A
7'inmerer of Avoca, who, a!?o, n.ude
he trip, returned home Monday
evening, Mr. Schaefer called at this
"flu this morning and had his sub
srrintion extCLM.td for another year
BUILDING A TRUCK.
Bert Coleman has just purchased
a new Ford chassis, and is building
a new truck with platform for the
handling of his ever Increasing busi
ness as a contractor. Bert not only
knows how to build houses and
barns to perfection, but knows how
to construct motor trucks as welL
Woman loves a clear, rosy com
plexion. Burdock Blood Bitters is
splendid for purifying the blood,
clearing the skin, restoring sound
digestion. All druggists sell it.
Subscribe for the Journal.
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct. 3.
Charging that "professional prohi
bitionists" are "deliberately trying
to mislead the people by falsifica
tions, by taking advantage of war
conditions and industrial emergen
cies," President Gustave Pabst, of
Milwaukee, speaknig before the op
ening business session of the war
convention of the United States
Brewers' association, today urged
delegates to uinte in the national
fight for existence.
Mr. Pabst pointed out that the as
sociation had offered its co-operation
to all the departments of the fed
eral government and the "subscrip
tion by brewers of millions of dol
lars for Liberty bonds at a time
when the very life of the brewing
industry was being threatened with
destruction" was substantial proof
of the attitude of the industry to
ward the government and its war
The president called upon brew
ers all through the nation to leave
no stone unturned to secure the rig
id enforcement of all prohibition and
regulatory laws regarding the ship
ment and sale of beer.
Mr. Pabst observed that there are
a great "many indications that the
people are getting tired of profes
sional prohibition leaders" and that
the "reaction is shown by the de
mand for constructive measures
that shall lead to permanent improvement."
Makes Good In The North.
A cough remedy must be good to
give satisfaction in a northern state's
variable weather. Bertram Bros.1;
Green Bay, Wis., write: "We have
used Foley's Honey and Tar and
recommend it to anyone who needs
a good, reliable cough and cold
remedy." Relieves croup, opens air
passages, eases strangling fight for
breath. Said everywhere.
We are now prepared to make your
monument, markers and lot corners
right at home. Cass County Monu
ment Co., W. T. Wassell, manager.
Hotel Riley block, Plattsmouth, Neb.
You will find a fine line of birth
day cards at the Journal office.
Obey the Law. Order your Osgood
Lens. Plattsmouth Garage. All sizes.
ANOTHER BIG DANCE AT THE
Louisville pera House
ening, Oct 5th
MUSIC BY PERKINS' FIVE PIECE
Gongs by a Famous Colored Singer
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