The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, November 15, 1917, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THTJESBAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1917.
PLATTSMOUTn SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
PAGE THREE.
MANLEY STATE BANK
MANLEY, NEB.
MURRAY STATE BANK
MURRAY, NEB.
BANK OF CASS COUNTY
PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.
BANK OF COMMERCE
LOUISVILLE, NEB.
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB. .
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CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
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OFFICERS
FRANK STANDER
AUGUST STANDER
AUGUST PAUTSCH
THOMAS E. PARMELE
WM. J. ItAU.
Hold Enthus
iastic Patri
otic Meeting
Eagle Does Herself Proud In the
Subscription to the Y. M. C. A.
War Work.
From Tuesday's? Dally.
Last evening C. A. Rav.-ls and A.
C. Cole in Mr. Cole's car went to
Kanle. where a meeting for the in
terest of the war work fund of the
Y. .M. C. A. was to be held. Another
meeting was also to claim a portion
of the time an dthe two were con
solidated, making them both on one.
The other matter was the farewell of
three of the sons of Eagle who have
offered their service to thir country
having enlisted as soldiers. They be
ing two young men named Trumble,
and one Trimble. Two other boys
brothers of the Trumble boys have
already gone to the front, this mak
ing four sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Trumble. The program provided for
an address for the farewell of the
yr.ung men. which was delivered bs
Rev. Harraan of the Methodist
church and was one full of patriot
ism and enthusiasm. This was an
excellent address, and was well re
ceived by all present. This was fol
lowed by an address by Mr. C. A.
Rawls, which was pronounced by
his hearers as the best they ever
heard him deliver. The result being
that something over two hundred
dollars, and a good portion of the
amount of Tipton's quota was real
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DIRECTORS
CHAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN. Vice-President.
W. GLEN BOEDEKER, Cashier.
ur Facilities Enable Us to Handle Your Business in this County Promptly and
Economically and on this Basis We Invite Your Patronage.
ized. Mr. Trumble the father of the
four boys who have given their ser
vices subscribed ten dollars, which
was followed by many others of like
amount, while a younger son of the
four boys added his offering of five
dollars. Such patriotism and en
thusiasm is sure to put Cass county
'over the top when it comes to a
summing up of the different pre
cincts. Every ward and precinct in
the county we look for to over sub
scribe, for the money will go to do
the best for our boys as well as the
other boys as well.
BELIEVES IN DOING HIS 'BIT.'
From Monday's Daily.
George L. Farley after having
completed his job as county assessor
did not care to lay around awaiting
for something to happen, accepted a
position husking corn on the farm
of J. E. Wiles. Mr. Farley is dis
playing a great deal of patriotism,
and is practicing what he preaches,
when he says that we all should get
together in this matter of saving the
crops and in doing 'our bit. He has
demonstrated this in the raising of
the garden which he had this summer
raising a garden necessary for the
family, which has allowed some one
else to buy what they would have
had to buy if he had not raised the
garden. We like that spirit, which
Mr. Farley is evincing, and it could
be practiced to advantage by others.
For Sale.
A number of registered Duroc-Jer-sey
male pigs. $30 per choice, if
taken soon. Philip Schafer, Nehaw
ka, Nebraska.
Subscribe for the Journal.
New
Overcoat Models
Stand at Attention!
Be prepared to greet the first cold day in the pro
tecting embrace of a winter overcoat. Not in that old
coat that has more than done its "bit," but in a new
KUPPENHEIMER
OVERCOAT
Come in and behold the long line of models now stand
ing at attention awaiting your inspection. There's the
military division with its smartly turned out trench
styles and belted models, and the all 'round division,
showing coats for any service for all 'round wear, the
husky ulster and great coat brigade is awaiting the
command to go over the top for you and rout out old
General Zero. Exceptional values at
$25.00 to $35.00
The Kuppenheimer House in Plattsmouth
GETS GOOD PRICE FOR CORN.
From Monday's Daily.
Last week B. F. Wiles sold two
cars of corn of this years raising,
for which the contract price was to
be $1.40 should the corn test high
enough, and lower if it failed, but
he was to have more if the corn test
ed better than was expected. On
testing it at Omaha after being
shipped to that place, it was feared
that the test was wrong as the corn
showed better than was expected.
When tested last it commanded a
price of one dollar and fifty cents.
This makes a good price for the corn.
Joseph Johnson has marketed some
also, but not at as high as the test
was lower.
SELLING PROPERTY TO
SATISFY MORTGAGE
From Monday's Daily.
Today at the south door of the
court house M. E. Manspeaker as
deputy sheriff yas offering for sale
a piece of property at Nebawka,
which had been in possession of B.
F. Moore, a carpenter of that place,
and on which an eastern lumber
company has held a mortgage. But
two men were bidding on the prop
erty, they both having property lo
cated on the side of this piece. They
were Charles Christweisser and Dick
Steffins, the property finally going
to Mr. Steffins, as the highest bidden
STILL ONE MAN SHORT.
From Monday's Dally.
The Local Board who have had in
charge the drafting of the men who
have registered for service, have had
much difficulty in locating a number
of the men who left here between
OFFICERS
CHAS. C. PARMELE w
JACOB TRITSCH
THOMAS E. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. G. EGENBERGER
the time of the registration, and
when they were called for examina
tion, and have succeeded nicely. This
morning the last one, but one, had
been located and sent forward, the
one still not to report is Charles
Freeman who registered at Green
wood and was working with a grad
ing crew, when he registered leav
ing there soon afterwards and whose
whereabouts has not been secured to
this time. The board hopes soon to
be able to locate the missing man,
and desires to do so before it becomes
necessary to send the remaining
quota from here to make full the
first call, for the ninety-two men.
JUST FROM DEMING, N. M.
From Monday'? Daily.
Lieut. Clyde Haller, who for some
six months was stationed at the Bur
lington bridge, and was taken away,
being a member of company 'C of
the Fifth, and now changed to Ma
chine Gun company. 126th at Dem
ing. New Mexico. The Lieutenant,
who is just from there tells of the
Plattsmouth boys, all enjoying them
selves, and sure he was looking fine.
The evening before he came north
he was with Frank U. Smith and
Ilenrv Soennichsen. and says that
the boys are all looking fine. lie al
so says that all of the boys have been
restored the same position as non
commissioned officers which they
had before they were changed from
the former regiments.
AFTER MANY YEARS ABSENCE.
From Mondny's Daily.
Walter E. Pailing of Greenwood,
who lived here during his boyhood
days, was in the city a few days
since, and was accompanied by his
only sister, Mrs. Mary E. Smith of
Vancouver, Washington, who is visit
ing at the home of her brother, at
Glenwood. Mrs. Smith has not
been in the city for the past thirty
six years. Mrs. Smith lived in this
city during a portion of her girl
hood, and was visiting over the city
in an endeavor to see whom of her
past acquaintance she could find. In
portions of the city she found some
of those whom she had known, but
the most were located at Oak Hill,
where their names on the tomb
stones told of their last resting
place. Mrs. Smith returned with
her brother Mr. Pailing to his home
at Greenwood in the evening.
MARTIN RIC HVERY SICK.
From Mor.dav's Daily.
Mr. Martin Rich of Weeping Water
is lying very sick at his home in that
city. Mr. Rich is suffering from
paralysis of the throat, and is un
able to eat anything. Mr. Hermna
Hough and wife were down last
evening coming home this morning
and carrying the mail on route one,
and returning this afternoon. Mr.
Hough is the son of Mrs. Rich.
Cut This Out It is Worth Money
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.,
2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111.,
writing your name and address clear
ly. You will receive in return a trial
package containing Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound for coughs, colds
and croup; Foley Kidney Pills and
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sold every
where. Never can tell when you'll mash
a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn
or scald. Be prepared. Thousands
rely on Dr. Thomas Eclectic Oil.
Your druggist sells it. 30c and 60c.
Call Plattsmouth Garage for serv
ice. Tel. 394, also lfvery. J. E Mason,
Prop.
OFFICERS
THOMAS E. PARMELE, President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE, Vice-President.
PAUL FITZGERALD, Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asst. Cashier.
SELLS PORTION OF
LAND IN COLORADO
From Monday's Daily.
W. R. Bryan, who a short time
since sold his farm in this county
and purchased land in Colorado, buy
ing over nine hundred acres, has
just sold a half section or 320 acres
of it at a five dollar advance, which
will net him a nice profit for the
investment for the time.
Mr. Bryan thinks of going to Colo
rado tomorrow and probably will in
vest in more land there.
FORSAKES SCHOOL TO JOIN ARMY
From Wednesday's Dally.
LeRoy Hull, who has been the prin
cipal of the school at Coleridge, and
who at one time was the principal of
the Murray school, and was born
just west of that city, resigned his
position and taking the examination
joined the aviation corps, going to
San Antonio, Texas.
HAS LETTER FROM SON.
From Momhv's Daily.
C. C. Parmele received a letter yes
terdaj' from his son Pollock Parmele
who has just arrived at Camp Funs
ton, where he was sent, after enlist
ing on June 30th last. Pollock
writes that they were delayed in
geting there on account of bad train
connections. He is located as a mem
ber of company B, 223signal corps,
and thinks he will like the work
well.
When baby suffers with eczema or
some itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
way and it is safe for children, 60c
a box at all stores.
Obey the Law. Order your Osgood
Lens. Plattsmouth Garage. All sizes.
Obey the Law. Order your Osgood
Lens. Plattsmouth Garage. All sizes.
Regulation Red Cross
army sweaters for the
soldiers -$4.25 up to
$7.50; sleevless, slip
over.
C. E.
We sell for
SENDS BEAUTIFUL PICTURE.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Lieutenant Harry F. Stone, from
this city who is at Camp Cody, Dem
ing, New Mexico, sends to the Wes
cott's sons store a beautiful picture
of a portion of the soldiers boys
there on drill parade. The picture
shows Mr. Stone in his position with
the troops, and in the back ground
the city of Deming and the moun
tains in both directions, making a
great picture. The picture is in the
east window of the entrance of the
store, and can be seen as you enter
the store on your left hand and the
right as you leave the store. If you
are an admirer of a good picture step
in and see the picture.
IN COUNTY COURT TODAY.
From Tuesday's Daily.
Judge Beeson appointed adminis
trators in thlollowing estates: Mary
Edgerton estate, Alfred Edgerton.
Nancy Elizabeth Wiles estate, T. F.
. Wiles was appointed. In the estate
of Thomas M. Kivett estate, George
M. Marks was appointed. Marriage
license was issued to John. Raymond
Cross aged 23 and Miss Grace Fern
Mougey aged 23 both of Union.
GO HAVE A LOOK!
Vallery and CromweU leave
Plattsmouth every Saturday night
at 7:45 for Keith, Perkins and Chase
counties.
. They have the good level black
soil that is raising all kinds of
small grain, corn and alfalfa.
Nobody has, any lower prices and
better soils. Ask those who have
been out. 17-swrtf
FOR SALE.
The late Andy Dill homestead in
the city of Plattsmouth, good house
and three lots. "For particulars, call
or write B. Dill, Murray, Neb.
New Trench
as high as you want to go
and as low as you ought to go!
You must not conclude that because we fea
ture high grade clothing so strongly that we do not
also have the less expensive or medium grades.
We have them all. This is "Everybody's Store,"
and caters to every clothing need and every size
pocketboolc. We have the coat you want at the
price you want to pay. This week we announce
a special offering of new Trench Models at
$15, $17, $18, $20
and
They're beauties and certainly these prices are attractive.
Wescotfs
"EVERYBODY'S STORE
less be
cause
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OFFICERS
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. H. LOIINES, Vice-President.
THOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
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RETURNED FROM WEST.
From Tuesday's Dally.
John Koukal who with two men
to help, went to Grant some time
since to harvest the crop of his
brother who has to go to the army,
returned just recently with their
car. having dug the potatoes and
picked the corn placing them in a
car, and shipping them to Platts
mouth. When the car arrived the
corn had become heated and was
steaming when opened.
New Rubber
Vulcanizer
JUST INSTALLED!
For Vulcanizing All Kinds of Rubber
Goods!
Patches of All Kinds!
Rubber Boots
and Shoes
Rcsouled and All Kinds
of Repairs!
Save Your Rubber Goods and
Save Your Money!
BRING TI1EH TO US!
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Plattsmouth, Nebraska
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Overcoats
$21
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