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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEK Lt JOURNAL.
MONDAY,- DECEMBER 24, 1917.
We take this method of wishing
From Saturday's Daily.
Ben Speck from near Murray was
a business visitor in Plattsmouth
Adolph Ross of near Nehawka, was
in the city last evening looking af
ter the filling out of his Question
naire. Val Gobelman of near Union was
a visitor in the city this morning
looking after some business in the
r John Theirolf of Cedar Creek ar
rived in the city today for a visit
at the home of Mrs. Theirolfs par
ents. C. Benger, from southwest of
Mynard was- a business visitor in the
'city today having some business to
Andy Campbell, of near Rock
Bluffs was a visitor in the city this
morning, looking after some busi
ness for the dav.
E. J. Kruger of Nehawka was a
visitor in Plattsmouth today, having
been at Omaha and stopping off here
on his way home.
Ira Queen and wife of near Mur
ray, were in the city this morning,
settling the matter of getting his
Questionnaire filled out.
Henry Horn and family from near
Cedar Creek were visiting in the 'city
this morning, and doing some trad
ing with the merchants.
Frank R. Hogue of near Murray
was a visitor in the city this morn
ing where he is looking after the
filling of his Questionnaire.
E. G. Mayfield, of Louisville, was
a visitor in Plattsmouth this morn
ing, coming down to look after the
transaction of some business.
W. D. Kellison of west of Mynard,
was a business visitor in Plattsmouth
We wish all our friends and patrons
A Merry Christmas
Happy New Year
and prosperity all through 1918
We Wish You All
A Merry -
and A Happy
I II ft 1
this morning looking after some
trading with the city merchants.
J. R. Jordan and wife of near
Cedar Creek, were looking after some
business in the city this morning.
coming in on the train on the Bur
lington. Will Jorgenson, of near Nehawka,
was in the city last evening with
his wife, looking after some business
and doing some trading with the
Joseph Campbell and Mark White
two progressive farmers from near
Rock Bluffs, were transacting busi
ness in the city this morning, hav
ing driven in with their cars.
Charles Morrison, of Kansas City,
who has been working on the farm
of Herman Beck, west of Murray, re
turned this morning from a week's
visit at his home in the south.
Everett Ward, who is a teacher of
the High School at North Platte ar
rived in the city this morning and
will spend the holidays at the home
of his parent's Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Watson Long and son Jesse from
west of Mynard were in the city
this morning looking after some busi
ness with the merchants and this
noon returned to their home in their
Henry Ileebner of Cedar Creek,
who is the representative for the
Duff Grain Company at that place,
came in this morning and was trans
acting business here and later der
parted for his home at Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heil, Jr., and
little son Glen of Cedar Creek and
Mrs. Heil's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Vogler of Mauley, motored to
this city yesterday afternoon for a
short visit with friends and to do
some Christmas shopping.
Emil Rickli and wife were in the
city this morning from their home
at Murdock, delivering the Ques-
tiomiaire'of Mr. Rickli. They will
visit over Sunday and Christmas at
the home of Mrs. Rickll's parents,'
Mr. and Mrs. August Nolting.
J. R. Mayfield and wife were in
the city from Louisville today get
ting the Questionnaire of Mr. May
field ground out. After the com pie
Hon of this rather laborious task.
Mrs. Mayfield departed for Omaha,
where she will visit at the home of
her parents, Oscar Ilatvall.
Wm. Chalfant and Sidney Cook, of
near Union, were in the city this
morning looking after some business
and making some affidavits as to the
employment of Wm. Cook, who is
farming on the place of Mr. Chal
fant, and who has been called on
the draft to answer the Question
CVwn TfrtAav'a T.ailv
W. S. Sherra. or KOCk muds, was!
a business visitor in Plattsmouth this
O. Virgin of Murray was a busi
ness visitor in Plattsmouth . this
Judge Brobst, of Louisville had
some business in the district court
John Groop. of Louisville, was a
business visitor in the city this
morning looking after some business
for the day.
Mrs. Victor Olsen was a visitor in
Plattsmouth this morning from her
home in Louisville.
C. E. Haynie was a passenger to
Pacific Junction this morning, where
he is looking after some business.
T. E. Parmele was a passenger to
Louisville last evening, where he
is looking after some business for
Mr. Ora Davis, of Murray, was a
visitor in Plattsmouth this afternoon
coming to look after some business
at the county seat.
Samuel Goodman, of near Mynard
was a visitor in the city this morn
ing, coming to look after some busi
ness at the county seat.
H. R. Heesner and wife, of near
Greenwood, drove down this morn
ing to look after the tilling out of
Mr. Heesner's Questionnaire.
Walter J. Matteer, of near Mur
ray, was in the city this morning
looking after the filling out of his
Questionnaire, as a registrant of the
E. G. Mougey of near Union was
a business visitor in the city this
morning, coming to look after the
transaction of some business at the
V. P. Sheldon, D. C. West and L.
C. Todd and son, Herold, drove up
this afternoon from their home at
Nehawka, and are looking after
some business in the city.
Ray Davis and John Tigner, from
west of Murray, were in the city
this morning, looking after the re
ceiving of the remains of Mr. W. S.
Browne, from Omaha, where he died
on last Wednesday.
Ray Herring, who has been em
ployed near Madrid during the past
summer on the Holdrege ranch, ar
rived in the city last evening and
will visit with friends here for
Frank Marler and wife of Nehawka
were in the city last evening, look
ing after some business, coming up
last evening, and after having look
ed after their business transactions
here returned home later.
From Thursday's Daily.
Adam B. Kreager from southwest
of Mynard was a business visitor in
Dr. B. F. Brendel of Murray was a
passenger to Omaha this afternoon
where he is looking after some busi
ness. M. L. Williams and family of
Louisville were visitors in Platts
mouth this morning called here on
some legal business at the court
John Sutton from south of Rock
Bluffs was a business visitor in the
city this morning looking after some
business and doing some trading
with the merchants.
William Atchlnson of Elmwood,
was a visitor in Plattsmouth today
having driven over in his car to
bring some registrants over to fill
out their questionnaires.
Emil Stutzengerger, the merchant
prince of South Bend was looking
after some business at this place
during the morning and departed for
Omaha this afternoon, where he also
has some matters to attend to.
M. L. Furlong of Rock Bluffs was
attending to some business matters
in the city yesterday afternoon and
while here called at this office and
renewed his subscription for another
Judge Bropst and wife of Louis
ville, arrived in the city this morn
ing to attend some business at the
district court, and to look after some
other things in the city.
Samuel Hackenberr afcd son Earl
of Cedar. Creek drove to thla city
yesterday afternoon to attend to
Home business matters. While here
Mr. Hackenberg called at this office
and renewed his subscription. .
John Cochenour and daughter,
Mrs. Barbara Kuhns, of Crant, Ne
braska, who Is visiting at home.
were passengers to Omaha this morn
ing, where they are looking after
some business and - arranging some
matters with Santa Claus.
Mrs. Victor Olson of Louisville
and children were in this city today
coming to look after some business
at the court house, and to visit with
friends for the day. The children
being guests of friends while Mrs.
Olson was looking after some busi
ANSWERED CALL THIS MORNING
TOm l'TIdBy 8 Dal V.
l lw" morning- me
death angel came to claim the soull
I01 MTS- Kaipn Marsnaii, who has
been sick at the home of Mr. Mar
shall's Jarents in this city. Mrs. Mar
shall, who has not been in the best
of health for a considerable time, was
engaged with her husband on the
road, they being in the show busi
ness until the failing health of Mrs,
Marshall necessitated their cancel
ing their engagement, and Mr. Mar
shall accepted a position as salesman
for the United Cigar Stores.
Mrs. Marshall came to Plattsmouth
one week ago, since which time her
health has failed dapidly. Mr. Mar
shall arrived yesterday morning
from Chicago, he being here but a
short time before her death.
Mrs. Marshall was born at Alex
andria, Indiana, March 24, 1897, and
was united in marriage to Mr. Mar
shall May 9, 1915. She leaves a
mother, Mrs. Thomas Maddox and
one brother and sister. The funeral
will occur from the home of Dr. C
A. Marshall on Sunday afternoon,
the Rev. H. G. McCluskey officiating.
and interment will be in Oak Hill
ATTENDING FUNERAL TODAY.
From Saturday's Dallv.
HA11 - - 1 1 - . .
uiiaiii-; crown anu wiie, irom
Omaha, passed through the city to
day on their way to the Eigh Mile
Grove church where they were at
tending the funeral of W. S. Brown,
who is a brother or Wallance Brown.
Mr. Wallance Brown will be remem
bered as having lived in Plattsmouth
for a number of years, -Mrs. Brown
being a daughter of Judge M. M. Ar
cher who has been sick for the past
ten days. Mr. Archer is feeling some
better but is still confined to his
INJURED AT THE "Q" SHOPS.
From Thursday's Daily.
i esieruay wnue engaged in nis
usual occupation at the Burlington
shops, John Holstrom an employ in
the coach department, had the mis
fortune to get his head caught be
tween two portions of a car on which
he was workings-pinching him se
verely. His face was caught on one
side and the back of his head on the
other. The nose and the back por
tion of his head were squeezed rath
er hard, and he is feeling rather the
worse for the experience. The nose
which was pressd down flat on his
face bears evidence of the rough
treatment, and is badly swollen and
disfigured, not to say anything about
WANTED TO SEE THE WORLD
From Friday's Dally,
Yesterday, instead of going to
school, Byran Chorlton, aged twelve
years and James Suchucek, living in
the vicinity of 24 th and Center
streets, Omaha, yielded to a long
ing to see the world, and hiked to
South Omaha, coming southward
from there. They caught an auto
ride to Plattsmouth and then loaf
ed about the Missouri Pacific sta
tion here. '
During the evening Sheriff Quin
ton was gotten into communcation
with by the Omaha authorities and
he rounded the youths up, holding
them until this afternoon when -he
returned them to their homes and
The boys declared they were on
their way to St. Louis, but did not
seem to mind having to return home
with the sheriff the least bit.
RECEIVES LETTER FROM SON.
From Friday's Dally.
Mrs. Hettie Covert of this city is
just in receipt of a letter from her
son Logan Covert, who is stationed
at Honolulu, in which he says that
he and all the boys there are getting
along in fine shape. He sends a clip
ping from "The Pacific Commercial"
which gives a detailed account of a
battle, which was staged at Fort
Shatter, for the benefit of the visit
ing Congressmen, ' who were there
but a short time since.- The account
tells how the battle field was lighted
by' illumlnants thrown from nior-
tersm - and his machine sun ; men
We wish all
and A Happy ftlew
Yours for the biggest business in the history of
worked with real bullets, but so di
rected as to injure no one, with the
work of the artillery, infantry and
Logan Covert sends his mother a
very beautiful pennant, which she
prizes highly, it having on it a silk
American flag, and also across the
body, "In Memory of my trip to
Hawaii." This pennant Mrs. Covert
will keep as a remembrance of the
visit of her son to the island, and
of his experience there.
REPORTED IMPROVING NICELY.
From Friday's Daily.
A telegram from Rochester, Min
nesota, where Mrs. J. M. Cunning
ham is at the hospital of the Mayo
Brothers, and where she was recent
ly operated upon for goitre is re
ported to be making satisfactory
progress, and it was promised that
she would be able to sit up today.
Her rapid progress toward recovery
will be pleasing news to her many
friends in this city, who have boon
concerned about her condition.
BROTHER VERY SICK.
From Fr'day's Daiiy.
This morning Mrs. E. H. Elliott
and children and Mrs. Albert Don
nellson departed for Fairbury, where
they are called by the extreme ill
ness of a brother. Sergeant Harry J.
Parker, who was located at Camp
Cody at Deming, New Mexico, and
where about a month since he was
operated upon for appendicitis, and
from which he did not recover as he
should. He grew worse and had to
be in the hospital most of the time,
until be was sent home and now is
not expected to recover.
RETURNS TO MISSOURI
From Friday's Daily.
Mrs. Josephine Fettj. who for the
past few months has been making
her home with a nephew, Walter
Fetty, at Oreapolis, where he was
section foreman for the Burlington.
departed yesterday for her home at
Blythedale, Mo. Mrs. Fetty's young
est son recently came here from
Blythedale to work and his absence
makes it necessary that she return
GO HAVE A LOOK!
Vallery and Cromwell leave
Plattsmouth every Saturday night
at 7:45 for Keith, Perkins and Chase
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-swtf
The late Andy Dill homestead In
the city of Plattsmouth, good house
and three lots. For particulars, call
or write B. Dill, Murray, Neb.
Time to oil and repair harness.
$1.00 for oiling where we repair the
harness. John F. Gorder, . Platts
mouth, Neb. - 12-5-tfd
of Omaha, 536 World Herald build
ing, will be at McElwain's Jewelry
store every first Thursday in the
month. Eye glasses scientifically
fitted. Consult me about diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat.
Dennions crepe paper at the
Office Supplies at' the JouxnaL
our friends and patrons and all the people of
Plattsmouth and Cass county
From the bottom
We Wish You
Our store closed
THESE GERMANS LOYAL
Hebron. Neb., Dec. 21. Americans
of German birth and descent crowd
ed the German Lutheran church at
Friedensau. near here, last night and
within an hour organized a lied
Cross society with 133 members and
purchased $2,520 worth of war sav
Patriotic addresses were given by
G. A. Peterson, war savings chair
man for Thayer county and Postmas
ter T. A. Willmore, of Hebron, who
were highly pleased with the enthu
siastic Americanism shown. When
OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB.IS TO MAKE IT EASY FOR
THOSE OF SMALL MEANS TO START A BANK ACCOUNT. CHIL
DREN ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO JOIN. THE CLUBS ARE
ARRANGED TO FIT THEIR ABILITY TO PAY. 1 CENT, 2 CENTS
5 CENTS AND 10 CENTS, OR 50 CENTS, $1.00, $5.00 OR ANY CLUB
THAT IS DESIRED.
IN 50 WEEKS:
MAKETHE LARGEST PAYMENT FIRST AND DECREASE YOUR
PAYMENTS EACH WEEK. THIS IS'A VERY POPULAR WAY.
. PUT YOUR CHILDREN INTO THE CLUB. JOIN YOURSELF.
WE ADD 3 PER CENT INTEREST.
Farmers' State panic '
THE NEW BANK.
Plattsmouth for 1918
all day Christmas
the school house was found to be too
small, Rev. II. Schabacker invited the
throng to the church.
"Help your boy in the camp in
the navy at the front in the flying
corps driving an ambulance your
brother and sister in distress JOIN
Dennison's very best crepe and
tissue paper for the wrapping of
those Christmas packages at the
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