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PI.ATT9MOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOtTRXAL.
tfOKDAY. JANUARY 21. 191ft.
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MANLEY STATE BANK
MURRAY STATE BANK
BANK OF GASS COUNTY
BANK OF COMMERCE
FIRST SECURITY BANK
CEDAR CREEK, NEB.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $13,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $15,000
CAPITAL AIID SURPLUS $80,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $23,000
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $10,000
THOMAS E. FARMELE
TvM. J. RAU.
Our Facilities Enable
1VER THE COUNTY
J. M. Patterson and wife were vis-
iting in Omaha Monday.
F. II. McCarthy autoed to Omaha
Monday morning, where he was look-jtur,?
ins after business.
E. L. Shoemaker returned home
from Lincoln on Tuesdav mornin:
where he had been on a short busi-
Vance Harris, who is working in!I1,m?S!s l 'ltr srunuiiiuunM, -ir.
Fort Dodge. Iowa, with a railroad j Theodore Ileim.
company, came in Sunday for a visit! Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lohnes have
with his parents, C. F. Harris and 'moved from Manic y to Omaha, where
Cecil Harris, another former Un
ion boy, is now "Somewhere in
France" according to word which
was received from him the first of
W. H. Forter is now driving a
new Dort Sedan. It is a "nice looking
car and when one notices how com
fortable he appears to be it's hard
to keep from envying horn.
Walter Tower, of Plattsmouth.
has been working for the Union
Auto company the last week. He
has worked in the Bauer garage in
Plattsmouth for several years and is
a mechanic who is hard to beat.
W. F. Pickering, who had been
visiting relatives in Fairplay, Mis
souri, for a couple of weeks return
ed home Tuesday morning. He re
ports the weather rather cold down
there and there was about a foot cf
snow on the ground when he left.
John and Forest Frans went to
Omaha the first of the week and en
listed in the aviation service. The
two young men are cousins and in
tend to keep together as much as
P-fsible. They left Omaha the next
day for Ft. Logan, Colorado.
C. F. Harris was a passenger to
Lincoln on Tuesday afternoon, and
from there he went to Omaha to
transact business. This was the sec
ond time Mr. Harris has been in
Union since he was run over by an
auto a few weeks ago' and almost
put out of commission.
The death of Mrs. Theodore Heim,
a- pioneer citizen of Louisville, oc-
Given at the farm of Henry Hirz, six miles west of
Plattsmouth, Neb., on
-Tuesday, January 29th -
"One Tried Sow; Seven Fall Gilts and Twenty-One
Spring Gilts bread for March and April Farrow.
Sale Will Commence at 1 O'clock in the Afternoon.
If interested, write either of the undersigned for complete
catalogue. , PHILIP HIRZ
Col. Wm. R. Young, Auctioneer WM. RUMMEU
George O. Dovey, Clerk.
CIIAS. C. PARMELE, President.
FRED NUTZMAN, Vice-President.
W. GLEN EOEDEKER, Cashier.
Economically and on this Basis We
curred Thursday at
a. m., l'ollow-
ing a brief illness.
Collin II. Rail, son of Mi'
Fred Rail, who expected to serve in
the Lucky Seventh has now joined
the navy as fireman.
As we so to press we learn of the
death of Mrs. John Ileimintrs, which
j occurred at the St. Joseph's hospital
in Omaha Thursday morning-, fol-
jlowins a serious operation for rup-
-'IIss Dorothy Croup returned to
1 her school v.ork at t he University of
Nebraska Monday after an over Sun-
da' visit v'ith thc home fo,ks' com'
in down en account of the serious
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they expect to make their home in
the future. Mrs. Lohnes two sisters.
Miss Mary"" Wannemalter and Mrs.
Leo Tighe. will spend the winter
The Louisville friends of the C. C.
Jackman family near Elmwood will
be sorry to learn that several mem
bers of the family hare contracted
small pcx and have bt-cn placed un
der quarantine. There are several
other cases in that vicinity and thej
. . .
physicians are u-i?'g every precau
tion to prevent tk" spread of it.
Miss IJella Kr;ft, who has beer
attending Royler. iJushie college in
Omaha since lasi September, came
home Tuesday for a few days' rest,
having been sneering from a bad
cold for several days. Her sifter,
Miss Martha Kraft, is employed at
the Brandeis store and was at home
during the holidays. '
Dr. J. A. Peters, of Springfield,
who formerly practiced medicine in
Louisville, is now Lieutenant in the
U. S. army. He has recently been
assigned the duty of sanitary in
spector at Camp Lee. Virginia, which
is 100 miles from Washington. Mr.
Peters is a man of exceptional abil
ity and his Louisville friends extend
Henry Thiele has moved his fam
ily from Vutan, Neb., where they
have resided since leaving Louisville
about two years ago, to Burlington,
Colorado. The change was made
for the benefit of Mrs. Thiele's
health, she having been a great suf
ferer from Asthma. Their many
Louisville friends hope she may de
rive great benefit by the move.
Don't forget that the Woodman
Circle ladies will give a mask ball
on Tuesday evening, January 22nd.
Us to (Handle Your Business in this County Promptly and
Floyd Morgan, who has had a ten
days' furiough from Camp Fur.dtou,
Kansas, returned on Tuesday. He is
much improved from his recent op
eration. Henry Dehning, of I?ig Springs,
Xebra?ka, is visiting at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Dehning. He reports everything fine
at Big Springs.
J- J. Fitch was called to Omha
on Wednesday on account of the sick
ness cf his mother at that place. At
the present time his mother is some
L. A. Tyson is aga?:i back a the
drug store after a week's absence
due to rheumatism. He looks a lit
tle pale, but says he is glad to get
hack to the old stand again.
-dr. and Mrs. Roy Rhoden went to
Loncoln on Wednesday to attend
the funeral" services of David Moore
land, who died at College View of
A ten pound boy was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Bauer of near Mur
dock .Monday. Mrs. Bauer is a daugh
ter of Mr. Wilkins, who just bought
he J. 1 Cobb property.
Mrs. Tom McCartney, of Grant,
Xebr., who has been visiting the
James McCartney family near Wa
ve rly, Nebraska, came over to Elm- J
wood on Tuesday to visit at the
home of Grandma McCartney for a
Mrs. Theodore Jahn, mother of
Win. Jahn. and who makes her home
with her son, is very critically sick.
She is one of the oldest inhabitants
in this section and is well past 84
year3 of age. She is known to all
and has lived here many years.
Al Loring, who is one of the old
timers and getting well along toward
70 years of age, is very sick. He has
not been feeling well for several days
but is now confined to his house. It
is hoped that he will be better in a
few days with proper care.
Spence Bogenrief sure is in the
"squab" business for "keeps." He
has several hundred birds and has
ordered and received a number of
fine birds from a big firm to improve
his stock. It is quite a sight to see
Mr. Bogenrief 's birds which are
nicely housed and cared for.
At the last meeting of the city
board the resignations of F. J. Fitch
as water commissioner and Lloyd
Eidenmiller as engineer were accept
ed. At the present time they are per
forming these duties, but it is un
derstood that Herman Penterman
will be appointed to fill both posi
tions. WEEPING WATER
Mrs. S. J. Nichols, who has been
very sick the last two weeks, is no
better. 'On account of her advanced
age her condition is considered as
Henry Dankliff, southwest of town,
had the misfortune to break both
bones in his right arm when he
jumped on his horse so quick that he
fell off on the other side.
Mrs. C. B. Barkhurst was called
to Nehawka this, Thursday, morn
ing on account of the serious illness
of her father, Mr. St. John.
Mrs. L. Gess, pV Louisville, who
has been visiting several days with
her sister, Mrs. Jane Metcalf, and
her niece, Mrs. Amos Cappen, re
turned home Monday morning.
Miss Olive Hitchman returned on
Tuesday night from Crete, where
she is attending Doane. She thought
CHAS. C. PARMELE
THOMAS E. PARMELE
R. F. PATTERSON.
F. G. EQENBERGER.
she was needed at home on account
of the family being quarantined for
Mrs. C. Inhelder, her daughter,
Mrs. George Walrodt, of Stanton are
spending the week at the home of
her brother, J. E. Bates. Mrs. In
helder and son, John, were in busi
ness in Weeping Water some years
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and
babe left Friday morning for Illi
nois, where they will make their
home. They were accompanied by
Mr. Miller's parents, who have been
visiting here with their sons, Ed
and George, for a number of months.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Davis received
a message Saturday morning which
conveyed the sad news of the death
of the wife of their son at Los An
geles, California,' at 2 o'clock Sat
urday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gregg
Davis went from here to California
Will Garrison was home from Camp
Funston from Friday until Sunday
evening on a four days leave of ab
sence to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Garrison and family.
Will says He likes the camp life fine.
He states that they have good com
fortable quarters and plenty to eat.
The large white owl that Albert
Tuck and Everett Fisher shot some
time ago. two miles north of town
and gave to Mrs. H. E. Sargent, who
sent it to a taxidermist at Lincoln
to be mounted, came in by express
Monday. It is a fine specimen and !
a real novelty in the owl species as '
to color and size. It measured 52
inches from tip to tip of its wings.
Sometime on Saturday night the
glass front of the Boone and Davis
store was smeared with yellow paint.
The act followed the refusal of this
firm two days before to line up with
other merchants in the early store :
closing campaign and is taken to
mean a demonstration in protest
against this attitude as ewll as a
culmination of general criticisms
that have been going on for some
time against Mr. F. J. Davis of .the
firm for alleged money-tightness and
indifference with regard to the var
ious drives that have been conduct
ed such as Liberty Loan, Red Croas,
It is rumored that an approaching
marriage is in view in this locality.
Frank Massie attended to business
matters in Nehawka Tuesday.
Mr. Hans Stoll is feeling quite
poorly and unable to be out, being
under the care of a physician.
D. C. West and daughter, Gladys
were Omaha visitors last Monday and
The Interior of F. P. Sheldon's
store has been treated to a coat of
the immaculate, -which gives it a
neat and clean appearance.
Leo Swltzer and. wife accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schomaker
spent Sunday at the Louis Carsten
home near Avoca.
Peter Opp went to Omaha last
week to visit his little Granddaugh
ter, Barbara Ketelhut, who is in the
Immanuel hospital, recovering from
an operation for appendicitis. She
Sis improving nicely.
The annual Ice harvest is on again,
i and a very good crop it is this year.
We hope enough "will be put up to
supply the demand next summer,
since there has been a shortage for
several years past and many have
had to go without it.
. Henry Thiele and sister, Mrs.
Emelia Shoemaker were called to
the bedside of their father last
Thursday eve remaining until Sun
day! Thir father passed avay Sat-
! j News
THOMAS E. PARMELE. President.
CHAS. C. PARMELE. Vice-President
PAUL FITZGERALD. Cashier.
RALPH R. LARSON, Asst. Cashier.
urday evening, funeral services were
held at Syracuse Tuesday at eleven
Several cases of measles has de
veloped in town the past week
Among those tussellng with it at
present are members of the It. E.
Dale family, Raymond Pollard fam
ily and Frank Boedeker. Frank was
at the bank Monday with pink
cheeks as pretty as a blushing school
marm. "He hasn't done anything
Jay Adams left Tuesday evening
for Hildridge, on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Anderson spent
Sunday at Nebraska City visit inr
Mrs. Glen Robotham of Walton
visited at the home of Mrs. Mamie
William Kettlehut shipped a car
of cattle to the South Omaha mar
Elmer Hughes left Monday for
Falls City to seek employment as c
fireman on the railroad.
Sam Earl suffered Wednesday from
a stroke of paralysis, and his condi
tion fs said to be critical at this
time, Thursday afternoon.
George Trunkenboiz began takim
in corn at his new elevator the first
of the week. This structure is near
ly completed and is one, if not thr
largest in the county, and has a ca
pacity of nearly 50,000 bushels.
The night train from Lincoln me
with an accident Friday night at r
point about two miles west of Eagl
The engine became disabled and th'
train did not arrive here till 9 o'clocl
in the morning. An engine fror
Lincoln was called but owing to th'
severe cold weather quite a delay w?
encountered in getting an engine
ready to tow the train to town.
Married, at the German Lutheran
church, in Eagle, Wednesday. Jan
uary 9, 191S, at eight o'clock p. in.,
Mr. William Wulf to Miss Emma
Ewerth. Rev. Dornseif officiating.
The bride was attended by her sister,
Miss Ella and Miss Ella Oberle. The
gown of the bride was white satin
over crepe de chine, and she carried
white roses. Miss Elenora Leidig.
niece of the bride, was ring bearer,
carrying a w-hite lily.
RETURNS TO HOSPITAL AGAIN.
Prnm Frlflav's Dailv
Fred Ohm who has been having
trouble from an injured eye for some
time, and who was at the hospital at
Omaha for some time, but who some
time since returned to his home, de
parted this morning for Omaha again
where he will enter the Institution
for treatment again. The injured eye
has been causing much trouble of
late, while the sight has been list,
the pain continues most severe, and
he is desirous that some treatment be
instituted that will relieve the in
tense pain which he suffers.
PASSED AWAY LAST NIGHT.
From Snturdav's Daily
After a lingering illness extending
over some six years which confined
her to her bed, Mrs. Pete Trility,
mother of A. J. Trility of this city
and Mrs. James Rebal, passed away j
last evening at the home of her
daughter Mrs. Rebal. where she had
made her home for the past six years.
Mrs. Trility .whose maiden name
was Pet Nichols, 'was born near
Vienna. Austria, July. 3. 1845, and;
came to this country In 1875, locat-i
ing at Omaha, after living there for
some time they came to La Tlatte, .
where they resided for some time
purchasing property in this city late
In 1879, and moved to Plattsmouth j
j in 1SS0. Mrs. Trility has made her
j home here ever since and during the
last few years has lived with her
daughter, being an invalid for the
past six years. The funeral will
leave the home of the daughter to
morrow, Sunday afternoon at one
o'clock, and will be held from the
Holy Rosary church at 2:00, the Rev.
Father Vlcek ofliciating. The inter
ment being made at the Catholic
cemetery we-st of the city.
EURIED AT YOUNG CEMETERY.
rrm Sni:rlaVt Oailv.
The funeral of the late Moses
Hiatt who died Thursday was held
at the Congregational Church in
Murray, this afternoon at one o'clock,
the Rev. J. B. Jackson officiating
Mr. Hiatt was born at Peoria, 111.,
pril 11, 1S36 and was Hearing hi--eighty-third
year. Mr. Hiatt came
to this state in 1SG1. locating a
Rock Bluffs, and had lived at Sidney
Towa. for some time prior to that
He lived in Plattsmouth but for th
past six years has lived in Murrav
making his home at that of his son,
L. D. Hiatt. A full account of his
life will be given in this paper Mon
iay. FAREV7ELL DINNER YESTERDAY
"vi Saturday's ptiilv
Yesterday at the Hotel Wagner.
Professor G. E. DeWolf, fupcrintend
nt of the Plattsmouth City schools
Frank Janda, Jr. Orchestra
WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC!
Gents 50c 7 Spectators 25c , Ladies Freo
Plus the War Tax.
The Plattsmouth Garage
Fcr Service -Livery All Hours!
Best Mechanics to Look After Your Troubles
On and after January 1st, we will do a
strictly cash business.
Positively Wo Credit!
JL E. R9 AS OR,-Prop.
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, President.
W. H. LOHNES. Vice-President
THOMAS E. PARMELE, Director.
and wife with Misses Anna Heisel,
Clara Weyrich and Mrs. Mae S. Mor
j gan, forming a party, who has been
for the past three years associated
with Elmer W. Frans, who yesterday
taught for the laBt day in the Platts
mouth High school, as he departs
next week for a training camp, where
he is to become a portion of the
fighting force, as a member of the
aviation corps, partook dinners with
him. The dinfler party was one of
merriment and good cheer, for the
days which had gone by, and the as
sociations which had grown up with
the teachers who had been working
together so long. Many were the
good wishes expressed for the suc
cess of Mr. Frans in his new work.
Walter Holmes and wife arrived in
Plattsmouth this morning from their
'me at Havelock, and departed for
Murray this morning, where they go
attend the funeral of Moees Hiatt,
-vhich occurs this afternoon.
Her Trouble Is Gone.
Mr Thomas H. Davis, Montgom
ery, Ind., says she had trouble with
her bladder and had doctored for
several months without relief, when
Foley Kidney Pills were recommend
ed and she commence using thm and
get relief. They relieve backach.
rheumatic pains. stifT. swollen joints
and kidney trouble. Sold every
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